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Greg talks about historical assumptions that wreck our ability to discern the trustworthiness of Scripture. Episode 898 Greg's new book: Inspired Imperfection Dan's new book: Confident Humility Send Questions To: Dan: @thatdankentTwitter: @reKnewOrg Facebook: ReKnew Email: email@example.com Links: Greg's book:"Crucifixion of the Warrior God" Website: ReKnew.org
In this episode: The guys from Debatable Podcast join Lisa to figure out who is the best character from the series.Find Keif, Mike, and the Podcast at t1threemedia.com or on Twitter @DebatableT13@HiFi_Mike@LateNightKeifyKJoin us at Patreon for exclusive content, ad-free episodes, and early access to new episodes.Please show support to companies we lovehttp://arthemisclothing.ca - Use code SASSPOD for 15% off https://www.muzmm.com- Use code SASSPOD for 20% offhttps://www.podpage.com/?via=sasspod to create your own webpagehttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=682706 to start your own podcastPlease don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe.Get in touch with us:(732) firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our websiteSocial media:Instagram @sass.n.sipsFacebook @Sass N SipsTwitter @SassSipsInstagram @TheRealSassyLisaYouTube @Sass N SipsReview us on Podchaser podchaser.com/sassnsipsWe welcome all feedback. Questions? Comments? Requests? Criticism? Equipment recommendations? www.sassnsips.com Clips used in this podcast were used in accordance with the US Copyrights act FAIR USE Exemption for criticism and commentary.Support the show (https://www.sassnsips.com/support/)
In today's episode, Ku answers the question of whether Troy Weaver deserves any criticism for how badly the Detroit Pistons have been shooting the ball to start the season. Also, how can Cade Cunningham make the game easier on himself? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! TrueBill Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/LOCKEDONNBA. Shopify Go to SHOPIFY.com/lockedonnba for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Why do we care so much about what other people say? Simple - it's because we search for validation in what we do, if our actions are correct, if what we wear is nice, and the list goes on and on. I've learned that in reality though, nobody really cares as much as we think people do. Let's always remember, that as long as you are comfortable with yourself and that you know you are doing a good job and that you are trying, nothing else should matter. Criticism will always come our way, use the positive to stay humble and grounded, meanwhile use the negative to find ways to keep improving ourselves. There is no final destination in this lifetime, and self-exploration is one of the most exciting journey we can go on. There is always something to discover about yourself, and the learnings are constant. People will always have something to say, so why not just go and do whatever your heart desires? Angely's InstagramLife in Progress InstagramAngely's FacebookPLDT Home WebsiteDISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of Podcast Network Asia, the hosts of the program, or other programs of the network. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The creatures jump into the colorful, campy cauldron that is 1993's Hocus Pocus. They discuss the cult status of the movie, compare it to its contemporaries and talk A LOT more than they would like to about virginity. Despite its flaws, the movie manages to put a spell on the creatures.
Introduction: It was a winning night for Minnesota teams, with the Wolves, Wild and Gophers men's basketball team all earning victories. The biggest of the three was the Wolves' 113-101 win over the Heat, their fifth win in a row and a triumph over Jimmy Butler. Is it enough to declare this team has turned a corner? Not yet, since consistency has long been a problem. But it was a big step forward. 6:00: Gophers quarterback Tanner Morgan joins the show to help set up Saturday's big game against Wisconsin and to answer a big question: How has he dealt with criticism this season? 11:00: Mark Craig's NFL picks.
Criticism is continuing over the government's scramble to pass legislation allowing the new Covid-19 traffic light scheme to run. The Covid-19 Response (Vaccinations) Legislation Bill was pushed through parliament under urgency. Opposition parties and legal experts have condemned the rushed process and questioned the lack of consultation. Victoria University's Faculty of Law Professor Geoff McLay spoke to Corin Dann.
Show Description: Happy Thanksgiving! In today's episode, we give a quick update on our businesses, Thanksgiving plans, and the projects we are currently working on. Slager provides some healthy eating tips for this week, while Tim dives into how you can meaningfully record and communicate your value to your peers. We end the show by analyzing two of our favorite books, "Psychology of Persuasion" and "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff." Show Highlights: 3:00-16:00: We get into our Thanksgiving plans, a preview of our future episodes with the founder of Rose & Lois and co-founders of Sun King, and Slager's journey through the sport of golf. 16:00-32:30: Slager gives an update on his business' presence at the Muscle Mobility Clinic, Tim highlights progress on his eBook and resume writing process, and then he discusses his favorite question he asks his clients. 32:30-36:00: Slager provides healthy eating tips for Thanksgiving. 36:00-41:45: Tim's career tips involve how you can track your worth and organize your accomplishments in a meaningful way. 41:45-45:00: Tim's book talk features Dr. Robert Cialdini's "Psychology of Persuasion" and how you can use the reciprocation principle to provide value for others. 48:00-50:00: Slager ends the show by highlighting "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" and how you can give and receive healthy criticism.
Cale shares numerous ways to handle criticism from friends and family. He also talks about St. Clement on his feast day and his influence in the Church
Golf performance coach Cameron McCormick joins the show and discusses how he got hooked on golf while growing up in Australia. McCormick met Jordan Spieth when he was 12 years old and the two have stuck together ever since — riding out the 3x major champ's nearly four-year winless drought. McCormick opens up about facing criticism, how Spieth's game got off track and what they did to bring it back. Thanks to our partners — Visit Rapsodo.com/offcourse and use code offcourse at checkout for $150 off and 30 days free subscription! Head over to customlabels.dewars.com and craft a message on a bottle of Dewar's 12-Year OR Dewar's 15-Year Scotch Whisky!
This week on the Stress Mastery Podcast our topic is Perfect Imperfection and today's Wednesday episode Mark and the Super Millennial discuss The Fear of Criticism. ________________________________________________________ Join The Stress Mastery Community today for FREE! Click here to register HERE! Love the show? Tweet me a shoutout at: @Billcortright Want to sponsor episodes of The Stress Mastery Podcast? Email Bill at : Bill@livingrightwithbillcortright.com Mentioned in this show: Join the private Facebook Group: The Stress Mastery Podcast Subscription/SocialLinks: Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe to the The Stress Mastery Mailing List Watch on Youtube www.livingrightwithbillcortright.com Instagram: @livingrightwithbillcortright Facebook at Bill Cortright STAY INSPIRED!
Welcome back, friends, to Warui Deshou! This episode, Shadon & The Subtle Doctor review and discuss the rather bonkers 2016 anime Drifters. As usual, opinions are divided on the show. Doc is full of praise for its interesting concept, generally fun tone, and its humor. Shadon found it a boring exercise in propaganda. Despite their differing takes, the boys have a lot of fun discussing all of the above and so much more on Drifters. We hope you enjoy! Hearts to Yoichi!
After another delay (life, eh?) we're back with another exciting episode of Behind the Hype. We're moving on from our lackluster horror b-sides month to something completely different in the best way. This month it's all about Bette Midler. To kick off her awesome filmography we've got the film "Ruthless People," which was quite a blast but definitely flew under some of our radars. Join us to hear about this darkly comedic film and then go check it out as well. You'll be glad you did.
The Kennedy Assassination records are something akin to the UAP report of the U.S. Federal Government. We were told again this year that those records are to remain sealed for National Security reasons. Even without this information, media finds it appropriate to mock anyone questioning the Warren Commission. This policy is directly from a CIA dispatch dated 1967, intended for “countering and discredit the claims of conspiracy theorists” as part of a plan to prevent any “Criticism of the Warren Report.” Reasonable or otherwise, both the official and unofficial conspiracies neglect investigation into a third avenue - the synchro-mystic and esoteric. Kennedy's assassination was a triplicity of occult lore involving the Egyptian King Osiris, Free-masonic Hiram Abiff, and the mythological King Arthur. His administration was nicknamed ‘Camelot' after Arthur's, three ruffians were arrested over his killing at high-noon, and an obelisk was placed at Dealey Plaza cut into 14 pieces as was the king Osiris cut into the same. Kennedy's presidency and the archetype he embodied made him King with the Damocles sword above his head. Outside of the odd similarity between Kennedy and President Lincoln, including the car Kennedy was murdered in, a Lincoln Continental, the 58th anniversary of his ritual killing is even more synchronistic in 2021 because the numbers equal 13, while the date 11/22 adds to 33 as it always has. Just days before the anniversary, 2 of the 3 killers of Malcolm X were exonerated. Shortly before, John Hinckley, President Reagan's would-be assassin, who was from Dallas, was set to be released at 67 years old, numbers adding to 13 again. Support this podcast
Do you ask for feedback proactively? Do you worry when someone says, "Hey can we talk?" A great way to start getting more comfortable about feedback is to proactively ask for it. Nichole shares how feedback is a gift and talks about the analogy of feedback compared to a physical gift. www.nicholeharrop.com
While listening to a recent Mormonism Live episode from September 2021 called episode 39 When mission presidents behave badly, implications of Elder Oaks famous quote became glaringly uncomfortable in Scott's mind. In this episode, Scott makes the connection between Elder Oaks explanation of the logic behind his teaching and the actual practice within the church […]
While listening to a recent Mormonism Live episode from September 2021 called episode 39 When mission presidents behave badly, implications of Elder Oaks famous quote became glaringly uncomfortable in Scott’s mind. In this episode, Scott makes the connection between Elder Oaks explanation of the logic behind his teaching and the actual practice within the church […] The post Rameumptom Ruminations: 028: Even if the Criticism is True appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
In this episode: The one and only Andrea Gabriel... need I really say more!?!?PS - There are some spoilers here!!You can find more information about Andrea at www.AndreaGabriel.info and www.GypsyRogue.netSocial media links:Instagram @OndygramTwitter @agabrieltweetFacebook @agabrielfbIn other news, you can find the full video of this interview on our Patreon and some clips on YouTube.Join us at Patreon for exclusive content, ad-free episodes, and early access to new episodes.Please show support to companies we lovehttp://arthemisclothing.ca - Use code SASSPOD for 15% off https://www.muzmm.com- Use code SASSPOD for 20% offhttps://www.podpage.com/?via=sasspod to create your own webpagehttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=682706 to start your own podcastPlease don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe.Get in touch with us:(732) email@example.com or visit our websiteSocial media:Instagram @sass.n.sipsFacebook @Sass N SipsTwitter @SassSipsInstagram @TheRealSassyLisaYouTube @Sass N SipsReview us on Podchaser podchaser.com/sassnsipsWe welcome all feedback. Questions? Comments? Requests? Criticism? www.sassnsips.com Support the show (https://www.sassnsips.com/support/)
Episode #193 - Criticism is painful, but it's also part of the journey for entrepreneurs and creators of all types. This interview with Jillian Johnsrud shares how to deal with criticism - both internal and external - so that you can find the courage to pursue and create things that matter. COMPANION ARTICLE/SHOW NOTES: https://coachcarson.com/firethehaters __________
Shreyas Prakash (@pablomuralo) is a product manager at Noora Health, working to improve at-risk patients and disabled people's lives with design. He's the co-creator of Clarity, an app for easy notetaking on YouTube. Previously he led dVerse Labs - designing products to reduce the risk of infections in hospitals - and dHive Labs - designing apps to assist online education. He is also the host of the podcast Shake Up The World, featuring conversations on design, technology, and optimism. In this episode we discuss the problems Shreyas faces when designing products for vulnerable populations, cooperating with A.I instead of competing with it, bitcoin and the traps of crypto-optimism, the traps of techno-pessimism, building products and software to assist in learning and quality of life, conscious criticism, languages, the nature of creativity, and much more. Please enjoy! Shreyas on Twitter Shreyas' writings and podcasts on design Check out Clarity on Product Hunt: Shreyas' Notetaking app for YouTube SUPPORT THE SHOW! 3 ways to do it: Show your support by buying a Penguin Latte of $5, $10, or more! Buy some MERCH Greg makes coffee: Grab a bag of Flow State Coffee — Brewed with L-Theanine and Raw Cacao, Flow State Coffee is designed to promote mental clarity and creativity. Visit noowave.co and apply code PAUL at checkout for 10% off!
When we think of the kinds of reactions to our work from other people that cause a block in creative flow, most people think first of negativity, indifference, or misunderstanding. All of these can undermine our self-confidence and cause us to feel incompetent, uninteresting, or simply off track. They can lead to anxiety and avoidance behavior towards our work. But what about the opposite—positive remarks of praise and admiration? These can create a blockage of a different kind that may be harder to recognize and acknowledge. Today we talk about the rather odd fact that praise can stall us as much as criticism. Praise can certainly feel supportive and energizing, helping you see aspects of your work that were hidden from your own eyes and clarifying your ideas when you successfully communicate with another person through your work. And of course, praise brings about general good feelings relating to recognition and a sense of accomplishment. But receiving praise can also be a complicated dynamic, with the potential to stall us in our progress in ways that may be hard to recognize and acknowledge. The basic issue is that art is subjective; although there are standards of good composition and design, and good use of media and visual elements, opinion also plays a big role when someone offers you feedback. When what you hear is positive, it can be harder to recognize its subjectivity. You may be steered towards aspects of your work that aren't quite right for your own vision, but which the person viewing your work prefers. This often happens in a classroom or workshop situation, meaning that those who teach need to be careful not to shut down students by only praising work of a certain type. But the detrimental effects of praise can also be a dynamic among friends and family. Many people find a role for themselves in advising and influencing others even when they know little about the subject. Their positive comments may be well meaning but be somewhat manipulative or controlling, in effect asking the artist to create according to their own preferences. You as the artist need to be strong enough in your own mind to recognize whether praise is truly applicable to your own intentions, and resist being steered in a direction that is not. Learning to evaluate the feedback you receive allows you to gain from positive feedback that relates to your own intentions and to remove yourself from comments that are off track. Failing to do this can lead to losing your way or being blocked by inner resistance to fulfilling someone else's desires for your work. Being self-reflective and in touch with your own ideas and intentions is key to understanding positive feedback and pulling from it what is useful and supportive to you. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick Rebecca and her partner Jerry McLaughlin are excited to be launching year two of Cold Wax Academy's membership program, which began in October of 2020. In the coming year, live online learning sessions will feature an entirely new set of topics---beginning with a deep dive into technique and the steps involved in developing a painting. Other topics for year 2 include professional development, abstraction and realism, principles of design, and expanded uses for cold wax medium. As always, members have access to recordings of all previous sessions including everything from the first year, so it's easy to join anytime. Fall Quarter begins October 6th. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for details about membership levels and to sign up for a year of exciting learning experiences. Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.
Childhood is scary AF, but the creatures are taking it on with the help of Jeff Katz (Rob's brother and fellow witch). They plug their sponsors, as well as discuss the works of Roald Dahl, Halloween Kills, practical FX and The Great Betrayal.
After much hyping, Chris and Perry finally start their Robert Altman retrospective with a look at 1970s "M*A*S*H." After the popular novel but before the beloved sitcom, Altman made his feature debut with this look at the hijinks of three surgeons in the field during the Korean War. Chris and Perry talk about the humor that's poorly aged, the anger that's still palpable and the undeniable charisma of Donald Sutherland and Elliot Gould. “We're Watching Here” Facebook page“We're Watching Here” TwitterPerry Seibert on TwitterChris Williams on TwitterChris' Newsletter
Ahead of the Israeli National Security Conference which is being hosted by the Nazarian Center for Israel studies at UCLA – in partnership with Haaretz – Prof. Dov Waxman joins host Simon Spungin to look ahead at the gathering and to discuss some of the issues that will be coming up: the shadow war with Iran and the Iranian nuclear threat; Israel, the Palestinians, and the region; and the future of the U.S.-Israel relationship. Click here to register free for the conference: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/israeli-national-security-haaretz-ucla-nazarian-center-online-conference-registration-194340195757 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) is facing a wave of backlash following a fiery floor speech she made Wednesday in defense of Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) before he was censured by the House for posting an animated video on social media depicting himself killing another member of Congress. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Media reports this week are painting a picture of dysfunction, disappointment, and confusion surrounding Vice President Kamala Harris and her role in the Biden administration. Sources inside the White House told CNN that Harris is struggling, and low approval numbers are adding to alleged problems. Guest: Marisa Lagos, Political Correspondent, KQED The state's Citizens Redistricting Commission is hearing feedback on its proposed district lines for Congress and the state legislature -- and that has major implications for the state's big and growing Latino population. Reporter: Guy Marzorati, KQED One in five Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S. has experienced a hate incident in the last year. That's according to a new report out from the California-based coalition Stop AAPI Hate. Reporter: Mary Franklin Harvin, The California Report One of the problems that's causing disruptions in the global supply chain is a severe shortage of truckers. In San Diego, one driving school is working to keep up with demand. Reporter: Alexandra Rangel, KPBS
"We're in this together. Fates intertwined." For Episode 188, Brandon is joined by Hunter Barcroft to discuss Michael Mann's 2004 film Collateral. Listen as they talk about Mann's masterful direction and how the film fits into the 24 Hour Movie genre. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan Danielson officially turned heel last night on AEW Dynamite. A top AEW star is set to undergo surgery in the next few days. Becky Lynch has hit back at criticism from Ric Flair and Charlotte Flair ahead of her match with Charlotte at WWE Survivor Series. Becky also opened up on the WWE SmackDown Title Exchange incident from a few weeks ago and gave throught on AEW. A top WWE Raw star hints that they are getting ready to retire from wrestling. Plus top ROH stars were backstage at AEW Dynamite last night.Tom Campbell takes a look at all the latest wrestling news from WWE, AEW, IMPACT Wrestling, New Japan and around the wrestling world. Get the most up-do-date wrestling news from Cultaholic.com or our social platforms.Watch us: Youtube.com/Cultaholic | Twitch.tv/CultaholicSupport us: Patreon.com/Cultaholic | CultaholicShop.comFollow us: Twitter.com/Cultaholic | Facebook.com/Cultaholic | Instagram.com/CultaholicWrestling See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on the podcast, Dr. Roark and Stephanie tackle a letter from the mailbag. A practice owner wrote in, feeling very frustrated by an associate doctor on their team who is struggling significantly with self confidence and their belief in themselves as a good doctor. It seems like any time someone on the team asks questions about a patient's care or double checks a drug dose or asks to look at x-rays and discuss what the doctor is seeing, Dr. Sensitive takes those as personal affronts and explodes in anger or tears. They feel like the team doesn't trust them and doesn't act like they believe they are a good doctor. Our practice owner is wondering what to do since it feels like a lot of is being blown out of proportion and aren't things they themselves would be fussed over. Let's get into this... Links: Upcoming events: https://unchartedvet.com/upcoming-events/ Don't miss an awesome new workshop coming in December. Jenn Galvin, practice manager, practice owner and game playing aficionado, is leading a workshop on how to engage and have fun with our teams. In a time when clinics are struggling with turnover, burnout and disengagement, it is time to create a plan that will help you lean in to the individuals who make up your team and get some tools that can help you work on keeping them happy! Sunday Dec 12 from 4-6pm ET/1-3pm PT, Jenn will lead us in discussion and brainstorming on What employee engagement means for your individual practice Simple ways to measure engagement How to work through what to do with engagement results to create a response plan that matters Ideas for how to reward the team in ways that will result in a more happy and efficient team. $99 Registration fee (Free for Uncharted members) Register here: https://unchartedvet.com/product/its-all-fun-and-games/ All Links: https://linktr.ee/UnchartedVet Got a question for the mailbag? Submit it here: unchartedvet.com/mailbag
Movie for next week: Ghostbusters: AfterlifeThis week on LGCC, we have the classic rom-com! Also, we cover the news on a Harry Potter reunion, A catches us up on Last Night in Soho, and we also rank their top 5 romantic comedies! We aren't lying when we say that this is our funniest episode yet! Remember, follow us on the social medias and send us questions/topics you want us to cover in future shows!Instagram: @lets_get_criticalcriticalTwitter: @letzgetcriticalTime Stamps:What We Watched This Week: 10:55Top 5: 20:35When Harry Met Sally Discussion: 51:25
Lebron looks like he will be making his return soon plus Westbrook has been receiving a lot of criticism. Is it fair? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
As carbon fee and dividend becomes more central to the national climate policy discussion, you may see more people or organizations criticizing it. Attend this session to learn 5 steps you can take to address these critiques effectively. Responding to Negative Press: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/491 Handling Challenging Questions about Carbon Pricing: https://community.citizensclimate.org/handling-challenging-questions Handling Opposition During Reconciliation: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19e2o3FZo2HPj8zJKD0A-z8tpf3R0W6jH0MahBEKiG1s/edit
"Tim Graham And Friends" brought to you by CTBK discusses whether the Bills are the frauds from Jacksonville or the contenders from the Meadowlands and takes a spin around the local college landscape.
Does negativity from others impact on your goals? Tune in today. Listen out for The Over Thinker to Action Taker Academy in January 2022, if interested you can register your interest early by e-mailing email@example.com Find me on Instagram for regular videos and messages instagram.com/jonny.pardoe (or IG Handle @jonny.pardoe) Where else can you find me: jonnypardoe.com (includes free resources on increasing self confidence, reducing negative self talk, habit of confident people and managing overthinking) facebook.com/jonny.pardoe linkedin.com/in/jonny-pardoe-08148b194/ firstname.lastname@example.org youtube.com/c/jonnypardoe Spotify, Apple and Anchor: The Self Esteem and Confidence Mindset
1PM - The Fastest 15 // Local sports round-up // Aaron Rodgers after beating Seahawks on vaccination criticism // 2 Seattleites stole $1-million in jobless benefits // This morning's network news shows couldn't sugar coat Biden poll numbers // Rittenhouse trial latest See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you find it difficult to handle other people's feedback, particularly their negative feedback? Do you struggle with hearing where you could improve on certain aspects of your life? You're not alone! A lot of people struggle with handling criticism, and that's why I decided to do a snack episode on this subject. Hopefully by the end of this mini episode, you will be a bit more open to receiving criticism from those around you ✨ Please support the podcast by subscribing or following on whichever podcast platform you use, and leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! Check out my website https://finding-my-fit.com. Connect with me on instagram @athinacrilley or @findingmyfitpodcast
Mark Chapman finds out more about Micah Richards and West Indies T20 World Cup winner Carlos Brathwaite. The pair met briefly on the Monday Night Club, but here they have a chance to discuss their shared Caribbean heritage, love of football and the difficulty they both faced after their ‘career-defining' moment. We find out if either could have played any other sport and delve into their new jobs in punditry. Plus, the pair try their hand at reading the football classifieds, and in a game of ‘This or That?', we find out just how much they have in common. TOPICS: 01'40 The first meeting on the Monday Night Club 3'30 A shared Caribbean heritage 6'00 Why Carlos moved to Portsmouth 9'00 The ‘Caribbean cricket' stereotype 10'00 Did either know just how good they were at a young age? 16'00 Why Micah never played cricket 17'00 Micah tests his cricketer knowledge 20'00 The changing image of cricket 25'00 A love of football – Man City v Man United 29'40 Winning the T20 World Cup in 2016 and moving on from ‘career-defining' moments 34'00 Micah on the pressures of playing for England and winning the Premier League 38'00 Criticism as a captain 41'00 When Micah knew it was time to retire 46'00 Getting into punditry and having to criticise former/current teammates 54'00 Reading the classifieds 58'40 This or that? Just how much do they have in common?
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Wondering how to navigate criticism and judgement for your food choices? Listen up!!Criticism sucks, and we can't avoid it... but we can get better at dealing with it and even seeing it as a necessary and normal part of life.Here's how I've made peace with differing opinions and judgement and some practical hacks to make it easier for you too.Get on the waitlist for the Lean with Plant's program opening soon!!https://www.chelseamae.com/LWP%202-0 I love hearing from you guys! So, PLEASE DM me, email me or send me a message in a bottle so I can hear your thoughts.