Time-based job scheduler for Unix-like operating systems
David Faitelson y José Ramón Fernández hablan del buen paso del América y de su polémica victoria en San Luis, además de analizar los resultados de la Jornada 13 en la Liga MX y platican en Cronómetro con Martín Ainsten sobre la responsabilidad de los jóvenes futbolistas del Barcelona en el Clásico ante el Real Madrid.
Our guest Kevin Larson shares his thoughts on the Rockies' selection of Bill Schmidt as the team's fourth general manager in franchise history and why they did not look outside the organization. We discuss the free agent market for Trevor Story and Jon Gray while considering the impact of contracts given to Antonio Senzatela and C.J. Cron. Plus, Kevin discusses his article on how Raimel Tapia can improve his offensive output by taking a page out of Ryan McMahon's playbook from this past season.
How has your past uniquely prepared you to experience more joy? Dr. Dan Allender and I explore this question today in an insightful conversation about healing the heart from trauma, rewriting the broken stories we adopt as children and the overlap with the Enneagram. Professor of counseling psychology at The Seattle School and founder of The Allender Center, Dr. Dan Allender has pioneered a unique therapy centered around his innovative theory and training in transforming betrayal, ambivalence, and powerlessness into faith, hope, and love. He's a popular podcaster on The Allender Center Podcast and the author of Healing the Wondered Heart, The Wounded Heart, The Healing Path, To Be Told and God Loves Sex, and Redeeming Heartache: How Past Suffering Reveals Our True Calling. Learn more about Dr. Allender at https://theallendercenter.org or follow him @allendercenter on Facebook and Instagram.
In Episode 113, we meet with Eliisa Tennant, the Community Marketing Manager at Cronometer. We discuss the use of the Cronometer app to help monitor and manage diet and nutrition for individuals and organizations. While tracking nutritional information can often seem tedious and time consuming, we learn more from Eliisa about how Cronometer makes nutritional tracking much more convenient and accurate. Whether you are optimizing human performance, losing weight, improving body composition or managing a medical condition, Cronometer takes all of the guess work out of diet management and nutritional choices.Cronometer is considered one of the most accurate, comprehensive nutrition tracking apps available. Unlike other apps on the market, the nutritional data is curated from verified, accurate sources, providing a complete solution – no matter what diet you choose to be on. CEO, Aaron Davidson, built the Cronometer app as a side project in 2005. He was following the CRON diet (Calorie Restriction with Optimal Nutrition) and being the nutrition nerd/software developer that he is, decided to build an app to track his diet. Thus, Cronometer was born. It was several years later before he came to the conclusion that maybe he was onto something and quit his six-figure corporate job to focus on improving Cronometer. There are now over 5 million users.You can find out more information on Eliisa and Cronometer via the following links:Website: https://cronometer.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cronometer_official/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cronometerThe D&D Fitness Radio podcast is available at the following locations for downloadable audio, including: iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/d-d-fitness-radio-podcast/id1331724217iHeart Radio – https://www.iheart.com/podcast/dd-fitness-radio-28797988/Spreaker.com – https://www.spreaker.com/show/d-and-d-fitness-radios-showSpotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5Py2SSPA4mntNwYRm0OpriYou can reach both Don and Derek at the following locations: Don Saladino: http://www.DonSaladino.com Twitter and Instagram - @DonSaladino YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/donsaladino Derek M. Hansen: http://www.SprintCoach.comTwitter and Instagram - @DerekMHansen YouTube - http://youtube.com/derekmhansen
In this packed edition of the On The Rox podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Patrick Saunders break down an array of topics with the Rockies' 2021 season fresh in the rearview. What's to make of Colorado hiring Bill Schmidt as GM? How should fans rate the deals handed out to right-hander Antonio Senzatela and first baseman C.J. Cron? What's the latest update on Trevor Story's free agency forecast? Who needs to break out for the Rockies to contend in 2022? Those questions, plus analysis on Nolan Arenado's postseason struggles, are addressed and more.
We've got another great guest for you today. Amy Porterfield, host of the top-ranked podcast, Online Marketing Made Easy, joins me for an insightful conversation about using the Enneagram to illuminate certain aspects of her personality, the benefits of using the Enneagram in the workplace, and how understanding your blindspots fosters empathy and compassion for others. In this episode, we also cover: The subtypes of an Enneagram Two, The gifts of self-awareness, and How she performs under stress Amy is known for teaching business owners, educators, and entrepreneurs the profitable strategies and action steps for building a highly engaged email list, creating online training courses, and using online marketing strategies to sell with ease. Learn more about Amy by visiting https://www.amyporterfield.com or following her on Instagram.
Gerrit Cole face planted in the Wild Card game against the Red Sox (2:40). Is there any reason to be concerned? ... News and notes (13:53): C.J. Cron re-signed with the Rockies, A.J. Hinch named Gregory Soto the Tigers 2022 closer and more. ... We have some quick prospect updates including who is playing in the Arizona Fall League and what's next for Nate Pearson (20:43). ... What did you miss in September (21:46)? Just how good was Tyler O'Neill? ... We have a bunch of awards to give out for the 2021 season (33:51)! Who were the most improved hitters? What about 'The Gonzo'!? 'Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cronómetro tuvo en vivo la conferencia de prensa de la Tyson Fury vs. Deotay Wilder III, en la que el primero defenderá el campeonato de peso Pesado del CMBy ambos peleadores no dudaron en lanzarse acusaciones y reclamos pevio a su pleito del sábado 9 de octubre, combate que podrás ver a través de ESPN+ PPV.
Drew Goodman of AT&T SportsNet discusses the five-year, $50 million deal for RHP Antonio Senzatela as well as the two-year, $14.5 million contract given to C.J. Cron. What this start to the GM Bill Schmidt Era, what could be next? And are the Cardinals this year's version of the 2007 Colorado Rockies?
Las Chivas siguen como un equipo indisciplinado y sin mejoría, debaten David Faitelson y José Ramón Fernández en Cronómetro, donde también platican con Moisés Llorens sobre la revelación de Kylian Mbapeé sobre su solicitud de salida del Barcelona y con Eduardo Varela sobre el hecho de que, aunque perdió, Bill Belichick fue la estrella del regreso de Tom Brady a New England.
Raúl Jiménez vuelve al Tri y la mesa de Cronómetro debate si sería una buena idea tenerlo a él y a Funes Mori en la misma convocatoria. Las criticas a Juan Reynoso, DT de Cruz Azul, también son tema de análisis y de cara a una jornada de duelos históricos, Pumas se perfila como la principal víctima de los clásicos en la Liga MX.
New York Times bestselling author Jon Acuff joins me for an in-depth conversation about the power of our thoughts, the harmful effects of overthinking, and the importance of changing our negative, repetitive thoughts into positive soundtracks. In this episode, Jon: Shares valuable insights into the mind of an Enneagram 7 Identifies the top 3 negative thoughts he's still working on Lists the top 10 hits for popular broken soundtracks, and Outlines 3 questions to ask yourself to change your thinking ABOUT JON ACUFF Jon Acuff is the New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including his most recent Wall Street Journal #1 bestseller, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done. He's an INC Magazine Top 100 Leadership speaker and has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people at conferences and companies around the world including FedEx, Nissan, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, Chick-fil-A, Nokia and Comedy Central. His large and highly engaged social media following includes nearly 300,000 Twitter followers, more than 187,000 Facebook followers, more than 125,000 Instagram followers, and more than 90,000 email subscribers who look to him for his unique blend of humor, honesty, and hope. He lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife and two teenage daughters. His latest book, Soundtracks, was released in April 2021 and is already a bestseller.
Cronómetro cumple 17 años al aire y para celebrar, José Ramón Fernández y David Faitelson debaten la calidad del Clásico entre América y Chivas, sobre Raúl Jiménez y su primer gol en un año y tienen como invitado al DT mexicano Raúl "Potro" Gutiérrez".
This week pastor, speaker, and bestselling author, Max Lucado and his wife Denalyn join me to talk about Max's new book, You Were Made for This Moment: Courage for Today and Hope for Tomorrow. We discuss how each of us is created specifically for this moment in time and dig into the nuances of the Enneagram. In this episode, we explore: How the Enneagram has had helped them better understand each other and their children The differences between an Enneagram 3 and an Enneagram 9 What it means to live into what we are made for Max Lucado is a pastor, speaker, and bestselling author who, in his own words, “writes books for people who don't read books.” His newest book, You Were Made for This Moment: Courage for Today and Hope for Tomorrow is a relevant and timely release for a society still reeling from racial divides, political strife, and a global pandemic. He encourages others to live fully in the grace and love of God, to step out in bold courage and faith, and to trust God for victory over all injustices. As a writer, Max is known for combining poetic storytelling and homespun humor with the heart of a pastor.
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José Ramón Fernández y David Faitelson hablan en Cronómetro del anticipado debut de Messi con el PSG en la Champions al lado de Neymar y Mbappé, que quedó arruinado con el empate del club francés ante el Brujas, mientras que el Real Madrid dejó un buen sabor de boca en la primera jornada. En la Leagues Cup, ¿es un fracaso para el Santos de la Liga MX la derrota ante el Seattle Sounders de la MLS?
José Ramón Fernández y David Faitelson debaten en Cronómetro las razones por las que el América es líder de la tabla en la Liga MX, así como las razones por las que Chivas no se desempeña como equipo grande en México y el papel de los jòvenes jugadores en la victoria del Real Madrid. Con la participación de Eduardo Varela, analizan la derrota de Novak Djokovic en el U.S. Open y muchos temas más.
Show notesLinks:Hey Dumpster FireGoatse.cxFull transcript:*This is an unedited automated transcript which is only about 80% accurate*Starr Yeah, well, sad news. Um I did not see my printing press last weekend because I I came down with a cold, it wasn't it wasn't covid, so don't worry, it's okay. Um But we're waiting for the test to come back. So you know the difference between now and the before times is now when you get a cold life shuts down and you can't really do anything until your results come back. Josh Well and you know the other thing about like during the pandemic, everyone's home like just the printing press market is just going wild right now, so like, there's going to be gone, I'm sure it'll be gone long gone by the time you're feeling better. Starr Exactly, everybody's going to print their manifestos, Josh right? Yeah, Ben well, you know, since my kid is able to take care of his own school needs and I didn't have to like sideline myself for that, like, like star, I actually got some stuff done this week, but uh but not going to tell you me. So I've been really get into this groove on having other people do things, so Starr it's not definite, Ben it's so nice, so nice. So shall I was able to deliver a feature that we want in Hungary there for a long time and that is being able to deliver to multiple your ills. So we give you a hook address that you post to and then you can say, okay, up to three different Charles will then get that delivery that post. So Josh that's pretty cool, Starr wow, Broadcasting broadcasting Ben your publisher, this is something that one of our customers asked for and something we've wanted for a while and, and uh I apologize, I think to shop because I kind of dropped the ball on, you know, helping this get this, get this feature over the goal, you know, he uh he had done some work a few months ago and I just was distracted and didn't really uh follow up on it, like, I should have, and then and then once I did follow up like I should have, then it's like, you know what, I don't think we want to go with this round, I think I want to go a different round. So we ended up re implementing the whole thing in a different way, but so I appreciate his patients but got that launch, That's feeling pretty good. Starr That's awesome. So um so hook really is a product that we're uh you know, we've lost, you can just go sign up for right now, right? Yeah. Ok. Yeah, so it's uh it's like magic for your wife hooks, so if you if you want to um if you want to send a web hook, you just send it to our service and then we make sure that it gets deliver, that's super reliable, that I don't know, there's just a lot of details that you have to implement around doing web hooks, right? And we do this for you. And so now it sounds like you can have that sort of broadcast to multiple points Josh also works for inbound web hooks. So no matter what the flaky services that is sending you sending you web hooks, I think what we're doing right now is broadcasting, by the way, um but yeah, no matter what the flaky service that you have to integrate with, you know, to send to receive data from them if your app goes or maybe your app is flaky, if if your app is going down, um you can just be sure that when you get back online, hook relay will be there to relay all the web hooks that you missed. Starr Well, I've got I've got a term for it, you can feel free to use this in your marketing. So that means that um since it does both outbound and inbound, that means you're full duplex Josh well, Duplex. I like it, I like it going to write it down, You know, like that would be an awesome, like if we did kind of like, you know, like, like I don't know, like s marketing theme, like with me on colors and stuff and we're like full duplex. Just that going well together. Ben Do you remember speaking of the eighties, remember back and when you connect with your modem and it would be the wrong duplex setting. And so everything you typed would be double right? You get every care, it could be a double f. You know? And they're like, oh man, full duplex. I gotta reconnect at half duplex. Yeah, Josh we should we should do like a, like a marketing, like, like a Youtube video, you know, like this little sketch or something of you trying to connect to your modem. Yeah, Ben awesome. Josh Yeah. So Ben yeah, in fact, I used, I used to create this morning for doing an inbound hooks setting up. So we're working on the broadcast emails, that's the task, that's another task has been on our to do this for a long time. Uh I was working on that this morning and uh we use postmark for our email delivery and when one of the things uh they did recently a few months ago they had this new feature and their product called announced broadcasts, announcements, broadcast exactly what it's called. But basically before this feature, post Margaret, just about transactional email, like it could only send things that were triggered by a user, right? Like a password reset email or you know, in our case we send a lot of notifications for errors, you know, to individual users, Ben but then they launched this new broadcast feature which allows you to use their infrastructure for, you know, kind of marketing, like emails like maybe announcements about your, you know, new products or your new features or maybe have new terms of service or whatever. So more and more of a broadcast email rather than an individual email. And uh one of the features that they have and the reason why I was using the web book is they can they have, we'll add an unsubscribe link for you at the bottom of the emails that go out. And so of course the person may click the unsubscribe if they don't want to hear from us anymore, which would be, you know, totes sad, but it happens Ben and then it goes to postmark and then postmark records that unsubscribe intent and then sends it can optionally send a web hook to you. And so uh yeah, so I set up a cookery, they target for that postmark web hook so that even if our app goes down, which of course it never does, but if it did then we would have all those, you know, web hooks from postmark happily saved in Hungary. They uh getting along of it to see is nice. I wonder Josh like the go ahead. Sorry, Starr I was just going to say. So you can um the inbound web hooked payloads get saved and then you can just pull them down whatever you want. That's convenience. Like I want I want that inbound with a hook data, but I don't want to build a web hook right now, I don't want to build like something to like get that right now. I just want I just want to know that the data someplace and get it later. Josh Yeah. Yeah. I wondered like the utility of that feature might be pretty, pretty huge depending on like what people are doing with web hooks these days, you know like I don't know like receiving, you know, recording payments or um activated subscriptions. Yeah, Ben or you know if you're if you're building a feature that's gonna accept the web hook but you don't it is not launched yet or you don't know exactly what you're going to get because you know sometimes your provider might say, well this is what we're gonna send you but you actually really be sure. Right. So you can, you can set up the cookery. They link first start getting some real web hooks from them. See what they're like before. Well yeah actually we Josh don't have an option. Yeah, we have an option to like to not just receive but not forward. Right. Right. Yeah. So he's a sort of as like a interim development. Starr Can we have an option? Um do we have an option to receive and just immediately discard just for you know, just when you're just fed up with that website provider? Ben Yes. I think we actually do have that. So we have like this. Yeah forget this. We have a disabled button so the link still works like I can still post to it but it won't, nothing will happen with the payload is just goes into it either devon all Josh you can set up like that. The dumpster fire thing like like a base camp did well back where we, you know, we have someone just burn it for you. I mean it's probably like, it's like yeah environmentally responsible to Starr like get sense to like it gets sent to a, did you see that star? We just take the exact yeah I didn't see it. No. Josh Okay so it was pretty awesome. Like they yeah, I forget like what was the, what were the emails like it was, you would give you like they had an address that you could um, email at? Hey, right. Hey dot com. And like they had someone actually like with a printer set up in a webcam and everything. Like they were just like, like they would print out your email I think and like just burn it like in front of the camera or something like that, Wasn't it? Something like that. Yeah, Starr That would be a weird job. Josh Yeah. Well, it was, yeah, it was definitely start. Yeah. Ben Yeah. We should definitely something that I don't know. Maybe every time you get a look at it, tickles a honey badger. I don't know. I can think of something. Starr Yeah, that's an even weirder job. I don't think I want to do that. Good. Ben Yeah. So I got, I got a tweet dM today um, from someone uh, asking about something from a previous founder quest episode in which we talked about. Yeah, it's pretty awesome. That was cool. So, you know, everyone's always welcome to do that because that's fun for us. The uh, the message was a question about, were we talked in the previous episode about the automation, the automated monitoring that I added for our sake too, compliance stuff. And the question was like, you know, did we go with a particular provider? And yes, yes, we did. We went withdraw to, so we looked at van to and looked at secure secure frame and we looked at Dorada and uh, they're, they're pretty comparable all three of them. But are we, it came down to, we really liked draw to just a bit more than secure frame, Ben which would be perfectly fine solution I think to you, we almost went with him and then an advantage was kind of like in this kind of distant third like they're okay. But what I really like drought and secure frame. So I don't know why. I didn't say who he selected before but there it is in case anyone is curious and didn't feel like actually asking uh there you go, Starr awesome. And remember the, the answer to the first security question is all of the above. Mhm. Oh my God, they're gonna drop us as a customer now. I just violated the terms of service haven't giving Josh out the answers. Starr Maybe it's none of the above. Hopefully they switch out the questions. Ben Uh speaking of questions, we got a we got a vendor questionnaire, security questionnaire the other day and I was looking at the answer. I was going through and answering the questions and there was this whole section about card data. And I thought to myself, oh how quaint like back in the day when we had to actually worry about securely storing credit card data. You know, these days, you know, we use stripe and we don't care. We never touched a car or data. And so I was able to, you know, Mark in a to all those things. But I just, it's kind of a blast from the past to see questions about, you know, do you, do you ever send credit card details via email? No, no, we do not. Our whole Josh payment system, man. Yeah. Starr Business card data though. We just like have those in a box in the closet. Ben Yeah, we secure this to our Starr business cards. Josh Well, they're apparently there are vendors that are still doing it that way. Yeah. Ben Yeah. Which is kind of scary when you think about it. Starr You know, it's funny like with the compliance, I've been um there's been a couple of times where um, well, I've got to explain my setup. So I've got a little office in my backyard. I'm the only one here. Um and there's been a couple of times where I'm about to like go into the house or whatever my computer's on and normally like I'm just going to leave it running and stuff. And then I was like, nope. I, and the compliance says I've got to lock it before I leave my office from which I uh and it's like, okay, it's like, should I leave the door open the office? No, I gotta lock it, compliance says I've got to have, you know, adequate physical security measures Josh like you want, like one of the squirrels getting in there. Okay, finding it unlocked? Ben Well, I appreciate your diligence star. That's, that's going above and beyond right there. Starr Oh, thank you. Thank you. It's, it's ridiculous. But yeah. Ben Well on that note, one of the things that has annoyed me about the compliance requirements is that they prefer that you have um your screen saver lock Within, you know, x minutes, minutes or whatever it is. Right? And they actually check that we have an agent that runs on each computer to make sure that we actually have that enabled and I surveillance. I never had that enabled because you know, like you like who's who's here? Like it's just me, like I'm the only person here, right? But now I have to have this screen saver that locks and Starr sometimes you want to read things so that takes a little while or like watch a video or something. Mhm. Ben So, but you know, it serves the greater good. So Josh I already had my screen saver set because I have perfect operational security. Starr What's that outside that window, josh behind you? Is that Massad? I think it's Massad, Starr but they can't get in. They can't get in. Okay. Good. Just banging against the door. Josh I got the dog patrolling the perimeter right now. Josh Yeah, well I learned to keep my screen lock at a small time window when I shared an office with my brother because we would like actually, I don't know, I don't know if you ever actually got me, I think I like one time I like installed a Cron job, like a random crime job on his computer that like remember that it played like uh like read out like a random random spot quote I think with, you know with the with the speech to text, text to speech thing in backup in Mac. Os. Yeah, I remember after that I was like he is going to retaliate and I need to, I need to like up my security game. So Starr that would be one way to like um to harden an office. It's just like encouraged employees to prank one another. Josh Well that's where I think it started. Like I think we're kind of like doing that a little bit and yeah, it is a I don't know if I should if it's recommended but it is hilarious. Ben That sounds, that sounds perfect for like an internal security team at a large enterprise. Like they should give prizes for the best pranks, you know, that actually expose security weaknesses like that, you know because you know they do these things like they will send an email to everyone in the company and like click on this link and then someone does and they're like, oh gotcha, you weren't supposed to Starr click on that. It's fishing Ben and everyone's like, oh you suck. You know? But if they made a crowdsource it. Josh Yeah, get everyone involved. Ben Yeah, totally. Starr It's like whoever the best rick roller is gets a bonus Josh a hackathon where everyone's a target. Ben Maybe maybe you have to maybe have to put some parameters around it like maybe it's only the week around april fool's right. And so you know, people can be on a higher guard. I don't know Starr how it makes sense. Otherwise you'd have foster a climate of like continual mistrust. Yeah, it's like, just just see that important business document I sent you bob. It's like good try Jeff, try Ben not falling for it. Starr That's fallen for it. You got one of those word, macro viruses in there. I know it. Josh Do you see like someone on twitter posted like this Apparently rick Astley got rick rolled on Reddit like a few years ago. Obviously that like you just Yeah, the person, the person that did it got like, I think like, like, like a century of Reddit gold or something like that. Like you just you just win the internet totally like Yeah, that's yeah, that is winning the internet right? Like that's the ultimate prize. Yeah. Starr Are giant Zoomer fan bases. Like what? What's rick rolling? Mhm. Ben Even my kids, You know what rick rolling is Oh, they do. Okay. Josh It's just one of the ones that just never goes, Yeah. People are just never going to give up. Ben It's going to persist through the generations of time until the sun has the heat death. Josh That's that's that's heavy. Starr Yeah, I guess it could be worse. It's not go to see Josh Oh man. Yeah, Josh that was, I don't know like there was like there's that thing goes around like always like, like date yourself by like the earliest mean, you remember or whatever and I think goats, he was one of the earlier once. I won't forget it. So Starr there was a time before they called the means like maybe that, I don't know. Ben Yes. Ben Well do either of you have any last hurrahs for our lovely summer season before the weather turns cold and gray and rainy in any plans to do something fun? Don't Josh know why we have kids in school now. And so our plans are to drive them back and forth Ben repetitive lee. Starr I'm just trying to survive. That's basically it and it's trying to get through, Josh I mean, and get, yeah, we'll probably like, I've been like, the weather has been nicer outside lately. So I've been trying to enjoy the yard while I can because like, yeah, it's just the weird like pacific northwest thing now where like most of years rainy and what used to be the thing that made it worthwhile was the wonderful summers is now like half of the summer is also now cloud covered in smoke and, And like °. So, um, like right now everything is like picture perfect pacific northwest and I've been really enjoying that. Starr Yeah, last in the past. It's pretty nice. I'm, I'm looking forward to the drizzle coming back because there's just too many people out on walks, you know, like I like, I like, I like to be solitary on my walks and these amateurs only come out when it's nice outside. Um you know, so yeah, I can't, I can't wait for a little bit of drizzle where I got my raincoat and I can go and you know, walk through my neighborhood and be alone Josh is we are kind of at the point where like you start, you start to like, uh like not dread fall or so much. Like I'm kind of looking forward to it again and like, you know, seasons, seasons are nice, but then like you halfway halfway through the winter, I'll be like ready for summer and summer will be a long ways off. But I'm looking forward to fall right now. Ben It's kind of kind of funny like there's definitely this uh there's a sense of angst when there is too much, when there's too much sun for too long. You know, when people like, I, I need I need some grey, I need some rain and then, and then the grain grey comes and the rain comes and you can just feel this, this uh you know, things are back to, back to where it should be. You know, it's just kind of fun and of course, yeah, february comes around like, oh, it's a son, Josh you know, and see, I just want, I just want all of this on like a light switch, so I can just change it depending on the mood that I'm in. Um Ben you know, Yeah, we really need some weather management technology. Starr Uh We just need to get in with the movers and shakers that control the weather. Josh Yeah, I think, I think it's the folks over at DARPA from what, from what I hear from the internet, you know, Ben or you just, you know, take a vacation. I mean the old fashioned way you just go to some place, warm Josh vacations, Starr vacations, That's Josh so that's so pre that's so pre . We we stay in one place and control the weather now. Yeah. Mhm. Ben Yeah. It sounds like a lot more fun actually Josh and it does. Josh Yeah. Well I don't know, I've done stuff this week but I don't remember. Me neither and what not. So Starr yeah, sure you make this a short one. I guess we should. Okay, well you have always been. Sorry, let me do that again. Um You have just now, just in this very moment finished listening to found request. If you want to right to serve you go do that. Um If you're interested in writing for us, you know, check out our blog honey badger dot I. slash blog and look for the writers page. Well the right for us link I mean and just yeah, stay safe and we will catch you next week. Ben Have a good one. Thank you
Let's face it...people are complicated. Our personalities are shaped by multiple factors, including temperament, character, environment, and life experiences. But when we dig in and really learn to understand ourselves better, we not only connect with others with more kindness and empathy, but we begin to see the beauty that arises when we live as our true selves. Today's guest, Taylor Tippett is a great example of how this plays out. Taylor is a flight attendant nationally known for leaving random notes of kindness on airplanes to make people's day. She joins me in an open conversation about how the Enneagram has helped her love herself better and the impact it has had on her personal journey of growth. In this conversation, you'll discover: how codependency can show up for an Enneagram 7 ways anxiety and control can influence our personalities, and the importance of showing up just as we are We also make a special announcement today you won't want to miss! Watch now on YouTube or listen on your favorite podcast player. P.S. Love Typology? Leave us a review on Apple to help others find our show!
In this episode of the Canadian Investor Podcast, we start by going over the top 15 performers on the TSX over the last 5 years. We discuss how to handle short reports on a company you own. Braden then goes over credit agencies and why they have performed well over the years. Simon explains how retail investors can store their crypto. We finish the episode by going over funds from operations(FFO), adjusted funds from operations (AFFO) and why they matter when looking at a REIT. Tickets of stocks discussed: MCO, SPGI, TSU.TO, WELL.TO, SHOP.TO, CRON.TO, SCR.TO, GSY.TO, BLDP.TO, WEED.TO, TFII.TO, CJT.TO, TLRY.TO, DOO.TO, ATA.TO, CSU.TO, WSP.TO https://thecanadianinvestorpodcast.com/ Canadian Investor Podcast Twitter: @cdn_investing Simon's twitter: @Fiat_Iceberg Braden's twitter: @BradoCapital Buy us a coffee ☕️ ❤️: https://ko-fi.com/tcipod See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Colorado Rockies split the home series with Atlanta thanks to an improving bullpen and more C.J. Cron. Plus, a tale of two MLB debuts on Sunday for Julian Fernandez and Ryan Feltner.
David Faitelson y Pablo Viruega debaten en Cronómetro si Ricardo Antonio Lavolpe tiene razón al afirmar que al jugador mexicano le hace falta querer el jersey de la selección nacional. Además, dan sus predicciones para el Octagonal de Concacaf, discuten si el la playera No. 7 de Cristiano Ronaldo es tan legendaria como el No. 23 de Michael Jordan y analizan lo dicho por Víctor Manuel Vucetich, quien afirma que, para Chivas, es desventaja jugar sólo con mexicanos.
Ante el movimiento de jugadores las últimas semanas, Eduardo Varela y David Faitelson debaten en Cronómetro si con Messi el PSG es el máximo candidato a ganar la Champions o esa etiqueta pertenece al Manchester City; Carlos Vela quiere volver a Europa, pero quizá su nivel no alcance para lograrlo tras jugar en una MLS que, según David, no tiene pasión como la Liga MX y por último, ¿es temprano para soñar en una Serie Mundial entre Yankees y Dodgers?
To surrender is to accept what is...and until you surrender, you can't find healing. In today's episode, author Rebekah Lyons joins me to talk about the power of acceptance, using your time and energy to live a life of intention, and cultivating a space that allows you to embrace what is. Throughout our conversation we cover: What it truly means to surrender Daily practices to open yourself to acceptance Tools for managing anxiety and fostering joy Rebekah Lyons is the author of A Surrendered Yes, Rhythms of Renewal and Freefall to Fly. She is a mother of four, wife of one, and dog walker of two living in Nashville. An old soul with a contemporary, honest voice, Rebekah reveals her own battles to overcome anxiety, depression, and consumer impulses. Finding joy in raising two special needs children—she invites everyone to embrace the unique calling God has for each of us. Rebekah wears her heart on her sleeve, a benefit to friends and readers alike. Alongside her husband, Gabe, Rebekah serves as co-founder of Q Ideas, an organization that equips Christians on how to winsomely engage culture. Her favorite hours are spent with her nose in a book and a discriminating cup of coffee in hand.
David Faitelson y José Ramón Fernández debaten en Cronómetro si Mbapeé daña su imagen ante la afición de París por su deseo de salir del PSG y unirse al Real Madrid y platican con Ernesto Jeréz sobre si el mexicano Julio Urías es actualmente uno de los mejores pitchers en Grandes Ligas.
The most wretched of movie villains are discussed in our latest episode, serial killers, the fictional type. What are your favourites? Let us know in the comments section down below.#serialkillers #patrickbateman #dirtyharryPlease feel free to like and subscribe. You can also join our facebook page where you can learn when our shows are about to drop. https://www.facebook.com/groups/803029887178672https://www.instagram.com/the_slaughtered_lamb_podcast/
David Faitelson y José Ramón Fernández debaten en Cronómetro si regreso de Renato Ibarra al América es una de los puntos que le impide a la Liga MX estar entre las mejores del mundo. Además, hablan de la actualidad del Real Madrid y el Barcelona, si Cristiano Ronaldo se siente opacado por Messi y su llegada al PSG y cómo queda la imagen de Manny Pacquiao tras su derrota ante Yordanis Ugás.
David Faitelson y Moisés Llorens analizan en "Cronómetro" el trabajo del director técnico holandés al frente del Barcelona. También hablan del mexicano Diego Láinez, llamado a trascender en el futbol europeo, así como de la ausencia de Lionel Messi en la terna para El Balón de Oro y sobre si la era "Messi-Cristiano" es la mejor en la época en la historia de LaLiga.
C.J. Cron has arguably been the best in MLB in August and Connor Joe has arguably been the most fun. It all came together in a Colorado Rockies sweep of the San Diego Padres.
Ryan Yarbrough and Mitch White turned in great performances as bulk relievers, while Aroldis Chapman and Alex Reyes failed to close out wins for their respective teams. Beller and Al also look at recent surges by C.J. Cron and Bailey Ober and slumps for Jose Altuve and Sonny Gray. Follow Beller on Twitter: @MBeller Follow Al on Twitter: @almelchiorBB Subscribe to our YouTube channel: bit.ly/AthleticFantasy Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How do you stop meeting the expectations and pressures of others and start living your life the way you want? In this empowering conversation, author Allie Cassaza shares the importance of challenging the beliefs you grew up with and aligning your environment with your new story. In today's episode we talk about: Why she stopped cleaning up after her life and instead began living it. The toxic nature of self-suppression and self-betrayal. How the Enneagram helped her reclaim her true self. Allie Cassazza is an author and businesswoman who empowers other women to take control of their own lives and start living lighter. She's been featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Scary Mommy, and The New York Times. She hosts the popular podcast The Purpose Show and her new book Declutter Like a Mother: A Guilt-Free, No Stress Way to Transform Your Home and Life drops on September 7.
0:00 Broncos training camp, and Nate has technical difficulties. 14:26 Andy and Spring talk Drew vs. Teddy. 24:41 More Broncos talk as Nate shows up at Andy's house. 40:53 Brendan Rodgers, Rockies infielder, joins K&L to discuss his strong season, C.J. Cron's nickname, how the Rockies might be able to turn around their road record, the trio of mullets in the current starting lineup, and more!
The Locked On Utes Podcast for August 16, 2021 Former University of Utah defensive coordinator John Pease passed away on Monday, according to the University of Utah. We share some memories of Coach Pease and talk about what he meant to the program and the legacy that he leaves behind. Andy Ludwig spoke with the media after the offense posted a strong showing in the scrimmage on Saturday. Hear his thoughts on the way the offense might evolve from 2019, why the third string quarterback matters and why Bryson Barnes is the new Locked On Utes favorite walk on QB. Utah Baseball alums Andre Jackson and C.J. Cron both posted special moments on Monday, but for different reasons. Hear how each former Ute made an impact for their team and how the season is going for both. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. 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. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Loneliness. Brokenness. The desire to belong. These are feelings we all share. But how do these emotions inhibit you from living as your most authentic self? So often we forget that true belonging can only arise when we “accept that brokenness is beautiful” and embrace our own story. That's where the true treasure lies. This week, Bonnie Gray and I talk about finding identity in a culture of loneliness, making peace with her difficult past, and the transformation she's experienced by embracing the narrative she ran away from for so long. We explore her journey of self-discovery and end up challenging Bonnie to be curious about whether or not she's truly an Enneagram 7.
In the studio today, we welcome Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus of The Minimalists. They've been featured in New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and of course, they have their own podcast. Their popular documentaries Minimalism and Less is Now are featured on Netflix and now they've got a brand new book that you have got to read. We have a great conversation about clearing the clutter to make room for what's actually important and how understanding your Enneagram type ties into their philosophy on minimalism. You're going to love this show.
Wouldn't it be great if you had an arsenal of conversation starters for the young adults in your life? Today's guest, Dr. Kara E. Powell joins me for an important conversation on how to best communicate with teenagers and young adults. We explore the 3 pivotal questions to ask young adults and share strategies for developing better, more life-giving answers to those questions. In their new book, Dr. Kara Powell and Brad Griffin offer 300 conversation starters and connection ideas that are crucial not only for young people to be able to answer but also for our own development and personal growth as adults. Listen as we weave the role of the Enneagram throughout the conversation then share this episode with your friends and family. And as a special offer, visit https://3bigquestionsbook.com/typology to get 40 additional conversation starters PLUS a free chapter of 3 Big Questions to help better connect with teenagers and young adults.
We've got another great guest today. Darren Tyler is the Founder of Conduit Church of Franklin, TN. Conduit Church has been the vehicle of generosity to people in Asia, Africa and The Americas...drilling wells, building schools and clinics, and freeing slaves. He's an Enneagram savvy Five who not only uses the Enneagram in his organization building his team, but has integrated his knowledge into his personal life to strengthen his relationships with his friends and family. We share a rich conversation about how the Enneagram has helped shape his team as well as how it has opened his eyes to the importance of connecting to his feelings in order to better love and care for his wife and children. We also uncover the hidden fears of the Five and explore the importance of balancing the three centers of intelligence. There are a lot of great insights in this episode. So whether you are a five, you love a five, or you work with a five, take a listen and let us know your favorite takeaways.
With over 40 years in law enforcement, Mike Alexander, MA, C.I.S.M. is a principal partner at LION Strategy Group which focuses on leadership development, healthy work environments, officer wellness, ethics, and emotional intelligence. He also sits on the Board of the Enneagram Narrative Tradition and brings his knowledge to organizations and law enforcement agencies across the U.S. This conversation with Mike is chock-full of wisdom and incredible insight about somatic work, the vacillation between phobic and counterphobic, and what it means to truly discover our whole self and capitalize on the great gifts we each bring to the table. Not only do we discuss the importance of workforce behavioral interventions and the role self-awareness plays in building healthy relationships with employees or coworkers, but he also describes how the Enneagram saved his life and marriage.