Its Christmas and it's all hands to the ideas pump. Giles has columns to write, lots of them, and he'd like them done before Christmas eve. Cue a list of perennial Christmas crackers; cost of Christmas, Whamageddon!, other things to avoid before Christmas, who likes Christmas pudding and dead or alive at Christmas…A quick look at robot reverends and Esther's tips on prepping for the end of the world, and we're half an hour closer to Christmas.PS Benny Hill didn't die on Christmas day. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hosts Lisa Zambetti and Dean Laffan dive into 'Insolubilia'. Dot's confrontation with Gator goes down pretty much as expected, but how is she going to explain her way out of a burned down house, an electrocuted husband and a pesky State Trooper who is convinced she is the gas station ninja angel who saved his life? And how did she get Wayne and Scotty to go up into the attic in the first place? Lisa and Dean pick it all apart including the significance of all the Nightmare Before Christmas symbology. Cue the disastrous consequences of trying to become something you are not and desperately trying to change the world into what you want it to be. Will Dot's philosophy she imparts to her daughter Scotty work?: basically “If we can't see the bad guys, they can't see us? If we don't talk about them, they don't exist? ” And Lisa has to shout out the extraordinary work of David Rysdahl's “Wayne” who's layered sweet, sad vulnerability as the hapless husband gives this hard candy show the soft center it doesn't want to need. Join us! #jonhamm #junotemple #noahhawley #hulu #fx #joekeery #davidrysdahl #lamornemorris #jenniferjasonleigh #richamoorjani #davefoley #Fargo #NightmareBeforeChristmas #Halloween 00:35 Discussing the Episode Title 06:28 Discussion on the House Invasion Scene 15:06 Sheriff Roy Tillman's Monologue 17:51 Dot's Philosophy and Survival Strategy 19:33 State Trooper Wit's Investigation 20:22 Analyzing Film Techniques 20:41 Character Analysis: Lorraine Lyon 21:19 Exploring the Use of Audio and Video Overlap 22:01 The Power Dynamics in the Show 22:28 Lorraine's Reaction to Family Crisis 22:57 Hospital Scene Analysis 24:49 Dot's Manipulation and Gaslighting 28:07 FBI Investigation into Sheriff Tillman 37:36 Sheriff Tillman's Visit and Confrontation 41:42 Final Thoughts and Predictions KILLER CASTING is proud to support The Hollywood Winner's Circle, a fantastic Business Academy for Actors founded by manager and acting coach Wendy Alane Wright. If you are just starting out as an actor and are unsure where to turn, HWC will give you concrete steps and a support system toward a future as a professional. You can find out more here: https://hollywoodwinnerscircle.com
In today's episode Minna six simple and practical ways she is shifting her environment around her to shift the energy on creating space for what's next – these are simple things you can do at home and in this season. Candle Warmer Lamp Silicone Freezing Tray for Soups Magnetic Notepads Legwarmers Full-Body Winter Coat Eat Your Heart Out Cookbook From Crook to Cook Snoop Dog Cookbook Round Translucent Sticky Notes Bright Colors Mini Sticky Notes Note: Some of these are affiliate links where Cue the Clarity earns a small commission on qualifying purchases when you click on the links. This at no additional cost to you and we hope these serve as quick links for your convenience. From Cue the Clarity: Download the free Giant 2024 Calendars pdf here. Check out what the giant calendars look like on the reel on Instagram here. -- Don't forget to include your instagram handle because we'll be rewarding those who leave a review on the podcast. Follow @cuetheclarity on Instagram.
We've been dealing with stuff this week on TCD (sorry, Lucy) you know the kind of thing, tying up loose ends, throwing a few ideas about and coming up with a plan to secure me a personalised registration plate.Literally, just your average Tuesday.The Tour Before Christmas finished at the weekend, and as both Ant & I had both been in Camden for the tour finale, that gave us the chance to have a bit of a natter about it. Cue the pair of us riffing on setlist, on-stage patter and trying to stay the right side of sobriety.Oh, and if you are purple stick around for some work-in-progress patron updates...we need your feedback on those.Love'n'songs in a major keyh
Join us in Part 1 of the 2024 MomAdvice Book Club as we unveil the first half of our carefully curated book selections and how to join!Cue the confetti! I'm hosting my first backlist book club year in honor of my 20th year as an online creator, and I would be HONORED to have you join me on this journey.This year's offerings include backlist books from 1979 up to 2022! Some of these are new favorites, while others are books I have wanted to discuss for years. Won't it be so fun to revisit some of our favorite books over the years?Please visit the 2024 MomAdvice Book Club Guide to access today's selections with full descriptions of each book and how to join. Connect With Me:JOIN THE 2024 MomAdvice Book ClubConnect with Amy on Instagram, TikTok, or MomAdviceGet My Happy List NewsletterBuy Me a Coffee (for a one-time donation)
Join us in Part 2 of the 2024 MomAdvice Book Club as we unveil the first half of our carefully curated book selections and how to join!Cue the confetti! I'm hosting my first backlist book club year in honor of my 20th year as an online creator, and I would be HONORED to have you join me on this journey.This year's offerings include backlist books from 1979 up to 2022! Some of these are new favorites, while others are books I have wanted to discuss for years. Won't it be so fun to revisit some of our favorite books over the years?Please visit the 2024 MomAdvice Book Club Guide to access today's selections with full descriptions of each book and how to join. Connect With Me:JOIN THE 2024 MomAdvice Book ClubConnect with Amy on Instagram, TikTok, or MomAdviceGet My Happy List NewsletterBuy Me a Coffee (for a one-time donation)
WARNING: This episode contains spoilers! Spoilers begin at timestamp 17:16 to 32:40. On this week's episode we are discussing our November book club pick: The Seven Year Slip by Ashley Poston. We all thoroughly enjoyed this book (Kyleigh even gave it infinity stars) and loved the magical realism aspect with added romance! We wanted to share another book podcast with you! If you haven't already, go listen to Read with Jul wherever you listen to podcasts & follow her on IG at @readwithjul. Julia is the sweetest soul and her podcast is just so cozy, we know you're going to love it. Currently Reading: Thunder Head by Neal Shusterman Thunder and Rain by Charles Martin The Woman in Me by Brittany Spears A Season for Second Changes by Jenny Bayliss Draco Malfoy and the Mortifying Ordeal of Being in Love STILL Midnight is the Darkest Hour by Ashley Winstead A Promise of Fire by Amanda Bouchet Added to our TBR: Holiday Star by Melissa Dymond Love, Holly by Emma Stone This Spells Love by Kate Robb The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods Right on Cue by Falon Ballard Choice and Chance by chaosandcrumpets Radiance by Grace Draven Pestilence by Laura Thalassa Come hang out with us on Instagram: Podcast: @itgetsgoodpodcast Kyleigh: @alltheroseyreads Micaela: @whatmicaelareads_ Hannah: @readwithhannahjo
Sixty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson announced the formation of the Warren Commission to investigate the assassination of John Kennedy. The Nation was deep in shock and needed some reassurance. One year and eight hundred and eighty-eight pages later, the commission announced its findings. Those can be boiled down to this: Lee Harvey Oswald fired the Magic Bullet that killed President Kennedy and wounded Governor Connelly. Sure, there's a whole bunch of other stuff, including some commonsense recommendations about Presidential security going forward. But for the past sixty years, there has been almost no single page of the report that hasn't found its detractors somewhere. And it all seemingly comes back to that single, magical bullet that somehow defied logic and physics and did it all…. or… did it?Cue the Black helicopter… --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/plausibly-live/message
Cue the confetti drop! Listen in as Derek and Karli chat about the recent release of the AP School Honor Roll list. Did Karli's school make the list? And more importantly, what's this about a celebration kit? Get your certificates and social media badges ready. Mark the moment and celebrate all that your school does to guide and support AP students. It's our honor. Press “Play” to get the latest scoop here on… Coordinated.Visit AP Score Reports for Educators.Learn more about AP School Honor Roll.Read the AP School Honor Roll Overview.View the list of schools on the AP School Honor Roll.Questions: Please contact APSchoolHonorRoll@collegeboard.orgBookmark the AP Coordinator Experience webpage.Chat with colleagues in Chat with a Coordinator.Watch the OnDemand video of the 2023 Back-to-School Workshop for AP coordinators who are new to the role.And here is a customized video of the workshop for experienced AP coordinators.Download and print the all-new Academic Calendar for AP coordinators.Join the AP Coordinator Community. Read up at the AP Coordinator Resource Library. Download the AP Coordinator's Manual, Part 1. Podcast music courtesy of former AP Music Theory student, Jackie Rae.
ACOFAE Podcast Presents: Addams Family Values: "Don't I YEARN and ACHE and SHOP?" If you live in the USA and are wondering why ACOFAE is covering Addams Family Values in November then you are in for a treat. If you live outside the USA and are wondering why ACOFAE is covering AFV in November then you are in for an experience. Welcome to Camp Chippewa, the best camp for privileged young adults and Pugsley and Wednesday are just that, albeit a bit different. Fester is lonely and looking for love all while Morticia and Gomez have just brought home a new baby. Cue the search for a nanny and shenanigans begin! Celebrity cameos and a baby David Krumholz round out an amazing cast that deliver the funniest lines in a children's movie where someone is electrocuted in front of an infant for laughs. Amazing stuff. "But Debbie..Pastels?" TW / CW: domestic abuse, bullying For additional TW/CW information for your future reads, head to this site for more: https://triggerwarningdatabase.com/ Spoilers: The Addams Family and The Addams Family Values Mentions: Twilight, The Hunger Games, Buffy *Thank you for listening to us! Please subscribe and leave a 5 star review and follow us on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/acofaepodcast/) at @ACOFAEpodcast and on our TikToks! TikTok: ACOFAELaura : Laura Marie (https://www.tiktok.com/@acofaelaura?) ( https://www.tiktok.com/@acofaelaura) ACOFAEJessica : Jessica Marie (https://www.tiktok.com/@acofaejessica?) (https://www.tiktok.com/@acofaejessica) Instagram: @ACOFAEpodcast (https://www.instagram.com/acofaepodcast/) https://www.instagram.com/acofaepodcast/ @ACOFAELaura (https://www.instagram.com/acofaelaura/) https://www.instagram.com/acofaelaura/
Cue the Christmas music. Let's GOOOOO!! Chris Brown from Elevation Worship is here to talk about their debut Christmas album, Echo the Angels, the complicated nature of serving the church globally while you're serving locally, and the wonder of Christmas. Y'all. I'm so glad Chris is our new friend of the show!! He's just the best. Make sure to add Echo the Angels to your Christmas playlist and let's see if we can "sneaky Jesus" some of our friends this season.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping bring good deals for your co-worker Secret Santa gifts and many of those deals have to be shipped. Cue fraudsters. Discover 2 tips to avoid shipping fraud straight from the delivery giant themselves – the US Postal Service!Keep Listening. Check out my website www.debrarrichardson.com if you need help implementing authentication techniques, internal controls, and best practices to prevent fraudulent payments, regulatory fines or bad vendor data. Check out my new Vendor Process Training Center for 149+ hours of weekly live and on-demand training for the Vendor team. Subscribe today to be entered in the subscriber-only monthly drawing to win a free Putting the AP in hAPpy Coffee Mug. Links mentioned in the podcast + other helpful resources: US Postal Inspection Service: Smishing: Package Tracking Text ScamsVendor Master File Tip of the Week > YouTube: 2 Free Validations - Don't Pay A Fake Charity on Giving Tuesday New Scam Alert/Fraud Protection: 10 Worst Black Friday Scams And How To Avoid ThemVendor Process Training Center: https://training.debrarrichardson.comDebra R Richardson LLC: 20 Tips in 20 Minutes WebinarsVendor Validation Reference List with Resources Links: www.debrarrichardson.com/vendor-validation-download (Get 25% Discount on the Global Vendor Registration Numbers)Vendor Master File Clean-Up: https://www.debrarrichardson.com/cleanupYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqeoffeQu3pSXMV8fUIGNiw More Podcasts/Blogs/Webinars www.debrarrichardson.comMore ideas? Email me at email@example.com Music Credit: www.purple-planet.com
Did you know that only 12% of women become part of the 6-figure club as entrepreneurs?I'm on a mission to see that change and it starts with helping more women get out of the messy middle zone of business. It's the hardest stage of business growth, and when most women give up on their dreams.So in this shortie episode of the podcast I'm breaking down the three main ways to know if you're caught in this zone. And, then sharing the three best areas of your business to focus on in order to get things moving in your favour again. How do you know if you're caught in the messy middle?You're staring to feel resentment toward your business because it feels more like your 9-5 than the freedom you dreamed of havingYou're logging all the hours, but still not seeing results and no matter what you try, you feel like you can't get that needle to moveYou feel misaligned with your business and your gut is screaming at you that something's wrong, but you don't know how to fix itIf that sounds familiar, then I'm here with some help. Cue up this episode for your next school drop off and get ready for clarity. I've got your back!Links mentioned in this episode:Episode 224: The Business Success Timeline (Updated Version)Episode 205: The Data You Need to Be Tracking in Your Business (and why!)Free Masterclass: Podcast Guesting for Business Growth: Gaining an Insider's EdgeFree Training: Your Best Year Yet - 5 Steps to Stabilize Your Business, Escape the Messy Middle and Set Yourself Up for Your Best Year YetWant to Escape the Messy Middle of Business? Grab your seat in my FREE training. Your Best Year Yet: 5 Steps to Stabilize Your Business, Escape the Messy Middle and Set Yourself Up for Your Best Year YetGet ready to learn how you can make the ultimate shift from struggling to make money in your business, feeling stretched too thin and confused as to where to focus in order to be successful, to gaining complete clarity and control over your business and your revenue.Save your free seat here!
Mama,Normally, I like to keep things positive around here. I like to give busy mamas helpful tips for leading a healthy life, but today, I want to switch things up. Today, I want to show you some of the most ridiculous pieces of advice for a healthy Thanksgiving that I've seen on the Internet. I found three things you absolutely don't need to do to have a healthy Thanksgiving Dinner!I will help you rework this straight-up bad advice into actual healthy advice so that you can have a healthy and fun Thanksgiving that doesn't feel restrictive!But, one quick note for you before we dive into the bad advice. It's OK if you don't want to have the healthiest Thanksgiving! It's OK to enjoy holidays - that doesn't make you unhealthy. It's just one day. Just like eating salad for one day won't make you healthy. Enjoying Thanksgiving won't make you unhealthy.You can enjoy all the food on Thanksgiving and still be a happy, healthy person! In fact, that's what I do! I don't track my food on Thanskgiving because I've spent so much time learning how to eat well every other day of the year! And that knowledge helps me enjoy Thanksgiving without gaining weight.Do you remember in high school when your English teacher would teach you a grammar rule but then show you how you could break that rule in certain cases? But when you asked her why you had to do it the “right” way, she would say, “You have to understand the rules before you can break them.”That's exactly what it's like to live a healthy life! You can't just go around eating whatever you want any day of the week. You have to learn what the “rules” are before you can break them. Once you understand how to nourish your body, how food and alcohol affect your body and how to get the scale to do what you want it to, then you can have fun with your food!Now let's get back to the bad advice - and what I recommend doing instead!Bad Advice #1: Serve mashed cauliflower or swap out unhealthy food for healthier onesMama, let's get one thing straight, you never have to eat a food you don't like in the name of health! And this applies double on Thanksgiving!I love a good Thanksgiving dinner swap (I have lots of great ideas if you need them) but if you don't like mashed cauliflower, don't serve it! And that goes for any “healthy” swaps.Instead of forcing yourself to eat food you don't like, I always recommend picking your non-negotiables and then swapping or not having food that you're not as excited about.For example, if your favorite food is mashed potatoes, then have them! But if you're not a fan of green bean casserole, swap that out for plain green beans or a different veggie that you like! You don't have to waste calories on foods you don't like, just because it's a tradition!Just because a swap is “healthier” it doesn't mean you have to use it! Instead, prioritize the foods that are important to you and swap or leave out the foods you don't care about!Bad Advice #2: Spend hours in the gym working off what you ateI am a huge fan of working out! I was a two-sport college athlete and still love going to the gym every day, but I don't do it to “work off” what I ate. I do it because it makes me feel good to move my body.The same idea applies on a holiday. You don't need to restrict your food before a holiday meal and you don't need to workout crazy hard to “afford” to eat Thanksgiving dinner!You can eat Thanksgiving dinner with or without working out on Thanskgiving day. That doesn't make you good or bad.Now, is it a good idea to move your body when you know that you're going to be eating more than normal? Of course! Movement is amazing for your health. But I don't want you using movement as a form of punishment or to “undo” what you're eating. Move to be healthy, not because you were “bad!”I like to find ways to move that are fun on a holiday. It could be going for a family walk or bike ride. It could be playing touch football with friends. Or signing your family up for the local Turkey Trot (or creating your own!)However, you choose to move your body, make sure it's fun for you! That's the best way to ensure you're enjoying movement instead of punishing yourself for what you're eating.Bad Advice #3: Wear restrictive clothes so you don't overeatMama, I've saved the best for last. I absolutely hate this piece of advice: wear restrictive clothes so you can't overeat. Cue the biggest eye roll. If you want to make yourself feel bad about anything you eat, then do this, but if you want to feel good in your skin and your clothes, then toss this piece of advice in the trash where it belongs!I never want you to feel guilt, shame or regret about your food choices. Because guilt, shame and regret don't get you to your goals! If they did, we'd all be skinny, fit, supermodels because we know how to feel bad about ourselves. Instead, I want you to freaking love who you are.So, Mama, please wear clothes that make you comfortable. If that means dressing up in a cute dress and putting on your favorite boots, then do it! If you prefer to wear joggers and a Thanksgiving t-shirt so you're comfortable no matter how much you eat, that's cool too!Instead of relying on how your clothes feel to not overeat, I want you to pay attention to your full and hunger cues. This can be difficult because most of us have trained ourselves to ignore our full and hungry cues. So I want you to start practicing this leading up to Thanksgiving.Grab a piece of paper and put a zero in the middle, then on either side of the zero, write each number from -10 to 10.You're going to assign each number a feeling or trigger of your hunger.Zero is going to be your neutral zone. You're not hungry, you're not full, you're just perfectly content.Positive 10 is going to be you're beyond stuffed. You can't even think about food or you'll burst at the seams.Negative 10 is going to be you're starving and you can't wait another second or you're going to eat your own arm.The goal is to live between two and negative two. Typically, I think of positive two as I'm satisfied and content. I've eaten enough to not be hungry but I'm not crazy full either. Negative two is where I've noticed I'm getting fairly hungry and I need to start making food.If I go beyond negative two, I know that I'm going to be too hungry to make smart food choices. And if I go beyond positive two I'm going to need to unbutton my pants so I don't pop. The 2 to -2 is the perfect range to enjoy my food without going overboard either way.When you start to feel full, you can take your plate to the sink, cover it with a napkin or just get up from the table so that you don't keep munching.If you apply this idea to your Thanksgiving eating you're able to enjoy your food without going too crazy and you can be comfortable in whatever you choose to wear.Mama, I want you to have a wonderful Thanskgiving! I hope that using some of these tips will help you focus on family and memories instead of food. Because at the end of the day, that's what Thanskgiving is about!If holidays like Thanksgiving get you overly focused on food or stress you out, then let's talk. I'm helping mamas learn how to be in control of their food so that they can enjoy the holidays. If this sounds like something you're interested in, schedule a free Healthy Mama Blueprint Call with me!If my program is a good fit for you we can get you started this week and you'll lose weight over the holidays instead of gaining - all without feeling restricted!Schedule a free Healthy Mama Blueprint Call Here: http://bit.ly/DiscoverySessionKmoreHave a question? Email me here: Krista@KmoreMacro.comFollow me on IG: @kmoremacroJoin my Busy Mom Simple Nutrition FREE Fb group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/BusyMomSimpleNutritionLove Free Resources Go Here: https://theunraveledmama.com/resources
This Sunday ends one liturgical year. We prepare to turn the page on a new church year. Cue up Advent, and let's start the journey towards Christmas! I love Christmas Eve worship services. There's nothing like a crowded sanctuary with lights turned off and candles lit while singing “Silent Night.” When we read the Christmas story in that setting, we are tempted to think the world stood still that first Christmas, and everyone showed up for the birth of Jesus. We can forget that God sent some angels to rouse a few shepherds to go worship the king. Later, some guys from the East show up in Jerusalem looking for the newborn king, and nobody knows anything about this birth. More people missed his presence that Christmas than those who showed up.
Special Conditions Podcast 158 Recording Date - 11/8/23 Publish Date - 11/15/23 Join us as we dive into the paradoxical realm of the latest expansion, "Paradox Rift," where the battles are intense and the surprises are endless. Can you feel the excitement? Cue the dramatic flair—Paradox, let it rift! The plot thickens as we investigate the latest buzz in the Pokémon community. Is Pokémon trolling us with a mysterious card featuring Wiglett art? The imagery and the vibration attack make us wonder. Pokémon Center has restocked Paradox Rift Elite Trainer Boxes! Get yours while you can before they're gone. And if you happen to get one, hit up Adam for a trade for the Iron Bundle promo card! In an unexpected twist, new art for Blastoise V and Venusaur V have emerged almost 3 years after initial release. We don't know why English and Japanese never received this version of the art, but what we do know is the Pokemon TCG is brand new in China. These Chinese expansions are years behind the sets as we know it. https://bit.ly/SC158ParadoxRift https://bit.ly/SC158BlastoiseinChina https://bit.ly/SC158WiglettVibration https://bit.ly/SC158PokemonCenterPR https://bit.ly/SC158IronValiantAmazon Use Code FULLHEAL20 at https://www.manscaped.com/ for 20% Off and FREE SHIPPING! Use code FULLHEAL at https://tgacards.com/ for 10% off your order! Support the show by shopping at TCGPlayer.com using this link - https://bit.ly/TCGPlayerAffiliate SpecialConditions@PokemonProfessor.com Voicemail, Text, and Picture Line - 732-835-8639 https://linktr.ee/PokemonProfessorNetwork Music provided by GameChops and licensed through Creative Commons ▾ FOLLOW GAMECHOPS ▾ http://instagram.com/GameChops http://twitter.com/GameChops http://soundcloud.com/GameChops http://facebook.com/GameChops http://youtube.com/GameChops http://www.gamechops.com Intro Music Trapped In A Pokéball Dj CUTMAN and Belthesar GameChops - Ultraball http://gamechops.com/ultraball/ http://soundcloud.com/DjCUTMAN http://soundcloud.com/belthesar Break Music He Walk - Furret / Accumula Town Remix Dj Cutman http://soundcloud.com/djcutman http://twitter.com/videogamedj http://youtube.com/djcutman Outro Music Kanto Trainer Battle Mykah GameChops - Ultraball http://gamechops.com/ultraball/ https://soundcloud.com/mykah Hosts Adam Tuttle Justin Keller Producer Ken Pescatore Executive Producer Trainer Mystic Pokémon And All Respective Names are Trademark and © of Nintendo 1996-2021 Pokémon Professor and Special Conditions are not affiliated with Niantic Inc., The Pokémon Company, Game Freak or Nintendo #pokemon #pokemontcg #podcast
Long awaited, ever since Jaina lost our 2022 predicitions episode, it's finally time to watch Howard the Duck! Yes, the 1986 film starring Lea Thompkins, Tim Robbins, and some other people we'd rather not name. Written by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, directed by Huyck and produced by George "it's like poetry, it rhymes" Lucas, it's truly something that has to be seen to be believed. Not even our well documented love of the duck's comics can save us now.To that end, this episode is a commentary track! Cue up the film, listen to our intro, wait for the countdown, and enjoy. We had a lot of fun making this and, honestly? Made watching this deeply uncomfortable, absolute mess of a film bearable. You can also listen to it without the film but it's a lot more awkward, which, you know, is the vibe this movie elicits.Shout off in the comment section below and get the conversation started or share them on the burning hell site formerly known as Twitter using the hashtag #MakeMineMultiversity. Maybe skeet it on BlueSky! Or toot it on Mastodon. Or do something EXTRA funky over on Tumblr. We're exploring our options.
Summer Catch came at the peak of Freddie Prinze, Jr. mania. He was sort of the king of sub-par romantic comedies in the mid-2000s, and like the rest of his films, this one, too, is mediocre. Full of cringeworthy schmaltz and baseball scenes that strain credibility, Summer Catch is exactly what one would expect from a genre that feasts on the contrived. It's got the local boy (Prinze, Jr.) trying to make it after experiencing a downward spiral; it's got the rich girl (Jessica Biel) who falls for him; and, of course, it has the bad actor, her father (Bruce Davison), who doesn't want his daughter slumming it up with a guy destined to cut grass for a living. Even more obvious than all these stock characters is the fact that Ryan Dunne, the hometown pitcher, will not only achieve his baseball dreams, but he will also land the girl. Cue the corn! Anyway, with a plot as stupid as that and a moronic script to match, it is no wonder Summer Catch was lambasted by critics. It sits at 8% on Rotten Tomatoes with 92 reviews. Its box office fortunes weren't much better. It earned just $19.7 million. Now, sit back, clock a fastball with one hand while holding a cold New Grist Pilsner from Lakefront Brewing in the other, and hand us that cucumber! I, the Thunderous Wizard (@WriterTLK), Capt. Cash, and Bling Blake are workshopping mascot costumes for our beloved Chatham As! This Week's Segments: Introduction/Plot Breakdown – Baseball's a sport. Love's the game for Freddie Prinze, Jr. and Jessica Biel! (00:00) Lingering Questions – Where does Ryan Dunne rank on the list of fictional pitchers? (24:47) The "Shore Road Princess" Trivia Challenge – I challenge the field to trivia about the movie and Cape Cod Baseball. (34:44) Recommendations – We offer our picks for the week and next up: We continue Bomb Coms with a large cappuccino and Mike Myers before he was so randy, baby, in So I Married an Ax Murderer! (47:48) And, as always, hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to check out all the interesting factoids—the era of Freddie Prinze, Jr. and more—from this week's episode! You can find this episode of Hops and Box Office Flops on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, Acast, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Vurbl, Amazon Music, and more!
As we gear up for this year's Survivor Series, Audio Ben introduces Rachel to one of his favorite Brock matches and we shake things up again by putting the last match first. Cue up your Peacock, grab your (non-sponsored) Jimmy John's, and watch this David and Goliath Main Event in real time with us. The ITCOGs make a compelling case for why NXT is actually the best product right now and we speculate on the next steps for Damage Ctrl and Judgement Day. SummerSlam 1996 makes its way into the boiler room, Rachel reveals the movie that broke her cinema drought, and Audio Ben gets really into Threads.33:52 Fan Corner ~Evolution~41:46 Past48:38 Present/Future1:01:45 Millennial ManiaTWITTER @ilwpodRACHEL'S TWITTER @rpolansky77 BEN'S TWITTER @grumphandleslam MATT'S TWITTER @maxvocalmediaINSTAGRAM @ilwpodTIKTOK @mattvogel5 and @ilwpod#ilikewrestlingpod #ilwpod
A shift in careers can be extremely confusing and stressful but with a winning mindset, it can also be rewarding. When it comes to shifting into the real estate space, it can be overwhelming trying to get everything done. Cue checklists, an easy and effective way to make sure that all aspects of business are covered, especially when it comes to leads. How do we create a checklist that covers everything? Can they actually take the thinking out of doing things? Can we just plug and play if we have an effective checklist to use? In this episode, special agent turned real estate agent Ali Garced joins Alisa Glutz (Color My Credit) and I to talk about transitioning from military to real estate, what it means to take action and how she gained autonomy over her life. She also breaks down how she uses checklists to get the most success in her business. You'll also learn; The shift into real estate The success growth mindset Having the ability to figure things out Stepping into new opportunities Discovering your true self worth Guest Bio Ali Garced is an Active Duty Air Force Major as well as a full-time Realtor, with a goal of helping others achieve financial independence. In the Air Force, she serves as a Special Agent, running felony-level crimes for the Office of Special Investigations. As a realtor, she specializes in assisting military homebuyers and sellers during PCS relocations, and she also helps seasoned investors acquire properties for their personal portfolios. In her first 8 months as a Realtor, she achieved a ranking in the Top 24% of Buyer's Agents in Pima County based on the number of transactions. She and her wife own a portfolio of rental properties and have been featured on several podcasts related to real estate investing. Visit https://linktr.ee/Ali_the_Agent Find Ali on LinkedIn @Alexandra Garced Subscribe on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify, and don't forget to leave a review if you like what you heard. Your review feeds the algorithm so our show reaches more people. Thank you!
*Cue fireworks and sobbing at the window* Miracle of miracles, we have at long last reached the end of our Polin rewatch of S2E8, The Viscount Who Loved Me. Third time's a charm, right? In the afterglow of Kanthony's happily ever after, we head back to Mayfair to say our goodbyes to a heartbroken Pen, a heartbroken Eloise, a heartbroken Benedict and…um, a pretty chipper Colin, actually. Then, we jump through the time-space continuum for one final game of Pall Mall, where we trade in our yellow mallets for green, sigh over first love and swoon over our long-awaited Lilac Colin. Elsewhere, we reminisce over the many Whistle Ups and Whistle Downs of the 1814 social season and spiral over, uh…spiralbound notebooks and stickers? Is that right? Let us just go check our notes. * Show Notes TikTok: Nessie Judge Tudum interview with Nicola Coughlan (pt 1) TikTok: Nessie Judge Tudum interview with Nicola Coughlan (pt 2) TikTok: Nessie Judge Tudum interview with Nicola Coughlan (pt 3) Happy Planner: Bridgerton Be Happy Box GQ: Interview with Luke Newton Radio Andy: Interview with Jonathan Bailey Twitter: Sesley Hope casting information (via @RompRomance) Twitter: Andrea Valls casting information (via @RompRomance) Instagram: Chris Fulton at Falling Into Place international premiere Available Internationally: Inside Bridgerton by Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers (Simon & Schuster, ISBN: 9781668001073) Shondaland Audio: Bridgerton: The Official Podcast * Follow Our Socials Instagram TikTok YouTube Find Us on Reddit Polin Subreddit: r/PolinBridgerton Beans: /u/coolbeansfriend Lechi: /u/lechimeric Obvs: /u/ObviouslyOblivious90 Veg: /u/vegisbae
Headlines from the week of November 15, 2023 - The future of OAA's Mercy Flights - Islanders testified in force against Zylstra Lake trail - Cue the excitement: The Holiday Bazaar is back! - Washington residents wait in darkness for Congress to end daylight savings - plus excerpts from the Sheriff's Log
If you've been struggling with sales copy this episode is going to change how you write and make your copy more effective – we're even going to talk AI and how to use it. Kris Jones helps women-owned small businesses create website copy that sells so they can multiply their revenue and focus on what they do best. And we mean multiply – she's helped some of her clients to scale from $30,000 months to $300,000 months. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, copy is one of our most important business assets. It replicates you out there in the world. When your copy is done well, you can go off and relax and know that the copy is working hard on your behalf. Kris started out as a visual storyteller; she was never someone who loved copy. Her journey started in website design. She had a client who was ready to launch a new business idea and was very excited. The client had a background in publishing and was going to write the copy. Cue the copy deadline, and Kris' client called her frustrated. She couldn't' do it. When she tried to outsource the task, it didn't feel like her voice. Kris says she realized the visual story paired with the written story is the superpower. Even today in 2023, most people don't have both. Kris has advice for struggling sales copy writers. The biggest mistake we make is making ourselves the hero of our own story. We think this is my website, I need to talk about myself. But we want to be inviting our clients into the story with you, says Kris. The client should be the hero, and you are the guide. The guide is the strongest character in the story; the hero is the weakest. The hero has the problem and we don't know if they're going to overcome it or not. But you are the guide who can solve their problem. You can show up with empathy and confidence. The formula for every story ever told is the hero has a problem they don't know how to solve. That's your client. They go searching around whether they're asking their friends or they're online asking Google. They're looking for a solution. The hero then meets a guide that has a solution that allows them to experience success. That is, in a nutshell, every movie you ever watch, every book you ever read -- that is the structure of a compelling story. When business owners can articulate the problems that their clients are struggling with, the client automatically think we're the best ones to solve it. Doing that establishes resonance. It develops trust. It helps them feel seen and heard when you're just literally naming the problems that they have. Kris notes that you can't outsource your own voice. There are nuances about what you do that make you unique. That's why people hire you instead of your competitor. She believes AI is a powerful tool that can you explore ideas. “I think of AI as kind of like a really great professional racehorse. It's been groomed, but you don't want it to run wild. To win the race it needs a jockey,” says Kris. She notes AI is great for generating content, but it's not a strategic thinker. You want to generate a lot of content, but you still need to go in and edit it. It doesn't necessarily create copy that is touching, moving and representative of your voice. Let's get to it! #SalesCopy #HowToWriteASalesPage #CopywritingTips #SalesPageTraining #WriteBetter #CopyWritingSecrets #IntuitiveBusinessCoach #SalesCoach Mentioned in this episode: Write Compelling Copy That Sells—in 5 Minutes Flat: https://www.claritywithkris.com You can check out our podcast interviews on YouTube, too! http://bit.ly/YouTubeSWalton Thank you so much for listening. I'm so honored that you're here and would be so grateful if you could leave a quick review on Apple Podcasts by clicking here, scrolling to the bottom, and clicking "Write a review."Then, we'll get to inspire even more people! (If you're not sure how to leave a review, you can watch this quick tutorial.)
THIS IS SO COOL! Check out CUE with Jordan Edgett - a Fan Engagement Platform and Technology that you are going to want to add to you Toolbox! Listen to Jordan's journey and how CUE can really add to your Fan Experience! THIS is The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/educational-ad-podcast/support
Cue the Confetti!! Join Meg and Tracy as they celebrate 150 episodes of the podcast. Today they reflect on how they have grown and invite you to do the same thing. Most importantly they want to thank each and every one of you who listen to the podcast. Thank you for being with us on this amazing journey. We can't wait to see where the next 150 episodes take us. If you want to have a coaching session with either Meg or Tracy use this link: https://calendly.com/d/g6p-d8c-pvm
In this podcast, Diane Snowball discusses how Shared Reading fits into the broader reading experiences of children, and it's deep pedagogical base.She emphasises the gradual release of responsibility from reading aloud to independent practice in reading. Diane highlights the importance of choosing appropriate books for Shared Reading and how this practice fosters fluency, comprehension, and the development of various reading strategies. The conversation delves into teaching reading comprehension strategies, such as inferring and metacognition, during Shared Reading. Diane also stresses the importance of helping children recognise high-frequency words. Additionally, she mentions engaging activities associated with Shared Reading experiences, including Reader's Theatre, dramatization, artwork, rewriting stories, and creating new stories based on established patterns. Diane emphasises the significance of choosing engaging and high-quality materials for Shared Reading and encouraging a love for reading in children. Teachers can help students build a repertoire of reading strategies and make Shared Reading an enjoyable and effective pedagogical tool.Diane touches on the use of different text genres, both fiction and non-fiction, and how they can help children understand text patterns and structures. The conversation emphasises the value of choice in writing and the transformative impact it can have in the classroom.The hosts stress the significance of professional learning and the need for teachers to continually refine their teaching methods. They highlight practical aspects of Shared Reading, such as choosing the right text and encouraging repeated readings. The podcast also discusses using poetry as a text type and mentions Teachific as a source for copyright-free poems.Overall, it's an insightful conversation on Shared Reading techniques, offering practical advice and suggestions for educators looking to enhance their teaching methods.NEW RESOURCESShared Reading: Basics for Teachers, F-2 (Teachific)Shared Reading: Implementation Guide for Teachers, F-2 (Teachific)JOIN CUE LEARNING'S NEXT LIVE WEBINAR!Join our upcoming events, and try our online courses Explore our extensive PDF resources.Got any questions? Feedback? Thoughts? Email the Cue office at: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Teacher's Tool Kit For Literacy is the free podcast for motivated teachers and school leaders who want the latest tips, tricks and tools to inspire their students and school community in literacy learning. Hear from literacy expert and founder of Cue Learning, Sharon Callen, and special guests.At Cue Learning, our literacy specialists draw on over 30 years of teaching and international consulting experience to deliver world-class learning solutions. We equip, empower and support teachers to become their authentic selves. To find out about upcoming events, and about how Cue can help you and your school, visit the Cue Learning website http://www.cuelearning.com.au/ and sign up to our newsletter https://cuelearning.com.au/contact/And you can get even more amazing teaching resources, right now, at Teachific https://www.teachific.com.au/.To make sure you don't miss any literacy learning tips and insights, please subscribe to our show on your favourite podcast player.MORE INFORMATION AT A GLANCE:Visit cuelearning.com.auSubscribe to the Teacher's Tool Kit For Literacy podcasts or join on Apple Podcasts hereContact the Cue office: email@example.comJoin our Teacher's Toolkit facebook groupFind connected resources on TeachificSee upcoming eventsSee our online courses hereAnd finally, read our insightful blogs hereProduced by Apiro Media https://apiropodcasts.com
Bone marrow biopsy? Hahahaha. Or so says Rob Long, who, after his procedure (he was fine!) was able to find the comedy — something that weirdly arrives in the wake of high-stakes moments, particularly around death, disease and crisis. So the world seems like it's falling apart, but this time for real? As a writer who has spent decades in the comedy business, Rob sees opportunity. Cue the fat guy and the fit guy in the locker room. Transcript here. For more news about the entertainment industry, subscribe to The Ankler at TheAnkler.com/subscribe.
Aside from stress, sensitivity, and how to deal with deep empathy, another popular topic is all around the gut, more specifically, how to listen to intuition. While data and logic play a very important role in our lives today, after all we have appointments we need to be on time for and deadlines to keep that have a real impact in every area of our lives… Sometimes no matter how much data we have in front of us, we're left with this weird feeling that something isn't quite adding up. Cue your gut aka intuition aka your higher wisdom (insert any word here that you're used to using). How many times has something looked A+ on paper, and yet something, somewhere you just didn't feel it was right? In this week's podcast I've gathered the top 3 keys to rediscovering your intuition so that we can create a more equal balance between our brain AND our heart. Let's go.
Someone has sent literal Death after Doom. She can only outrun it for 24 hours. Unless she can find the Doctor... Tick... Tock... As Doom's final hours come into sharp focus, she'll need to do whatever's necessary to complete her missions, find the Doctor, and escape what increasingly seems like the inevitable. But how best to find the person who can save Doom's life? Will the Doctor's friends be her salvation? Or perhaps the Doctor's enemies will be the route to survival? Doom is about to travel across thousands of years of time, and light years of space in search of her last, best hope. But even if she finds the Doctor, will a person who is all about saving lives help a person whose only job is to take them? Doom's day is almost over. Time is running out. This could be the end. 1. Dawn of an Everlasting Peace by Jacqueline Rayner Venus, 3975. The day of the non-aggression pact. The perfect ironic location for an assassination! But Doom's mission is about to become much more complicated thanks to an explosive plot to undermine the treaty itself. 2. A Date with Destiny by Robert Valentine A romantic dinner turns life-threatening for an unsuspecting human in 2007. But this time, Doom has competition. And if she loses, then her last chance to find the Doctor could be snatched away. Cue an action-packed chase through the streets of London. But has Doom met her match? 3. The Howling Wolves of Xan-Phear by Simon Clark A warring world of wolves. Doom's target turns out to be the puppeteer of the warring Xan: a Silent. But what if she's already completed her mission? How will she know? What if this wasn't even her mission in the first place? No time to waste. The countdown is on. 4. The Crowd by Lizzie Hopley "Follow the crowd", that's what they say, right? In this case, however, devastation, murder and destruction follow this particular Crowd - Doom's next target. But amongst them - an unfamiliar face, with a familiar name. Could this be Doom's salvation?
Part 1 of this podcast on Shared Reading features special guest, Diane Snowball, a highly experienced educator in Australia, with classroom teaching expertise and for many years providing professional development for teachers and educational leaders. Diane explores the concept of Shared Reading and its significance in teaching young children how to read.Diane begins by discussing her recent experience working with Grade 1 teachers in Melbourne, specifically focusing on shared reading. She emphasizes the importance of shared reading as a fundamental teaching strategy that helps children develop their reading skills and understanding of print.The conversation delves into various aspects of Shared Reading including what makes a text suitable for Shared Reading, the benefits of using rhyme, repetition, and rhythm in Shared Reading texts, and how children can transition from being read to by adults to reading independently. Diane highlights the role of Shared Reading in building children's comprehension skills and fostering their love for reading.The podcast also touches on the practice of introducing a new text for Shared Reading and the role of the teacher in guiding children during this process. Diane emphasises that Shared Reading is not just about enjoyment but also serves as a powerful tool for teaching children how to read and understand written language.Additionally, Diane discusses how Shared Reading can benefit children from diverse linguistic backgrounds, helping them learn English while also developing their reading and writing skills.Shared Reading involves reading aloud to children while they see the printed text. The benefits of this approach are highlighted, particularly in helping children develop a one-to-one match between spoken words and printed text, a crucial concept in early literacy. The podcast emphasises the need for children to actively engage in reading by joining in with the text. Selecting appropriate books for Shared Reading is also a key consideration, ensuring that they are suitable for the children's reading abilities. The importance of keeping these books accessible in the classroom and reusing them for sustained periods is stressed. The ultimate goal is to make Shared Reading an enjoyable and engaging experience that motivates children to read more.Overall, the podcast offers valuable insights into the importance of shared reading as a pedagogical approach in early childhood education, emphasizing its role in language development, comprehension, and fostering a lifelong love for reading and learning.NEW RESOURCESShared Reading: Basics for Teachers, F-2 (Teachific)Shared Reading: Implementation Guide for Teachers, F-2 (Teachific) JOIN CUE LEARNING'S NEXT LIVE WEBINAR!Join our upcoming events, and try our online courses Explore our extensive PDF resources.Got any questions? Feedback? Thoughts? Email the Cue office at: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Teacher's Tool Kit For Literacy is the free podcast for motivated teachers and school leaders who want the latest tips, tricks and tools to inspire their students and school community in literacy learning. Hear from literacy expert and founder of Cue Learning, Sharon Callen, and special guests.At Cue Learning, our literacy specialists draw on over 30 years of teaching and international consulting experience to deliver world-class learning solutions. We equip, empower and support teachers to become their authentic selves. To find out about upcoming events, and about how Cue can help you and your school, visit the Cue Learning website http://www.cuelearning.com.au/ and sign up to our newsletter https://cuelearning.com.au/contact/And you can get even more amazing teaching resources, right now, at Teachific https://www.teachific.com.au/.To make sure you don't miss any literacy learning tips and insights, please subscribe to our show on your favourite podcast player.MORE INFORMATION AT A GLANCE:Visit cuelearning.com.auSubscribe to the Teacher's Tool Kit For Literacy podcasts or join on Apple Podcasts hereContact the Cue office: email@example.comJoin our Teacher's Toolkit facebook groupFind connected resources on TeachificSee upcoming eventsSee our online courses hereAnd finally, read our insightful blogs hereProduced by Apiro Media https://apiropodcasts.com
A lifeline! Bruno Fernandes steps up for Manchester and the pressure eases after a truly demoralising week. Derby defeat preceded a dismantling at the hands of Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup and Old Trafford hasn't felt quite as glum as that for many moons. Cue a trip to Fulham, often a useful antidote. And cue another late winner at Craven Cottage. Thank you very much! Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a rare win for Erik ten Hag's United. But will it kickstart the season? What does Ten Hag's team selection say about his attitude at the moment? Other issues discussed include a necessary talk about Harry Maguire's head injury, Diogo Dalot's performance against Newcastle, what team United should start at Copenhagen and more. Harry gives the Academy Briefing, including info on an U21s league victory and what it was like at last week's EFL Trophy match at Salford City. In the Patreon-exclusive Q&A, we talk what's behind Antony's poor form, what is the best and worst case scenario for MUFC this season, our favourite and least favourite football pundits, and VAR. To get access to that Q&A every week, and get ad-free episodes earlier than everyone else, sign up to be a Patreon for as little as £1.50 on a pay-as-you-like scheme. More details here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Cue the Clarity. In this episode, Minna shares what she's hopeful for in this new chapter of life helping you find your inner alignment in your business and life as an entrepreneur. Listen in! Don't forget to follow the podcast because giveaways are coming!!! Leave a positive review and please include your instagram handle because we'll be rewarding those who leave a review. Follow @cuetheclarity on Instagram.
(Cue the Wellerman Sea Chanty tune) There once were a band of managers keen, With fantasy drafts, keepers, and trades. They studied stats and scoured the news, To make their lineup, no time to lose. Soon may the weekend come, bring us points and wins and fun, Sunday, when the matchup is won, We'll celebrate and go. Well, Charles had a strategy so bold, Plays the waiver wire, fearless and cold, They look at the matchups and grin with a nod, Their lineup's set, ready to shock and awe. Soon may the weekend come, Victories sweet and losses numb, One day, when the season is done, We'll draft anew and go. Now Chris he plaid with ...
Please donate to the show!Cue the spooky music! Today we chat with Erin from Act on Mass about all the bills should have passed but died in the state legislature. Many of these bills have been around for years, and often they die not because they are voted down, but because leadership never allows them to come up for a vote! Erin Leahy joins Jordan Berg Powers, Jonathan Cohn, and Anna Callahan to chat about Massachusetts politics. This is the audio version of the Incorruptible Mass podcast, season 5 episode 29. You can watch the video version on our YouTube channel. You're listening to Incorruptible Mass. Our goal is to help people transform state politics: we investigate why it's so broken, imagine what we could have here in MA if we fixed it, and report on how you can get involved. To stay informed:* Subscribe to our YouTube channel* Subscribe to the podcast (https://incorruptible-mass.buzzsprout.com)* Sign up to get updates at https://www.incorruptiblemass.org/podcast* Donate to the show at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/impodcast
NostalgiaCast returns for a special Halloween episode in which we brave Michael Jackson's THRILLER, arguably the greatest music video of all time. Cue up the link below and watch along with Jonny and Darin as they provide a running commentary for the event that made them lifelong horror fans and forever cemented Jackson as an icon. You're in for a killer, thriller time! https://youtu.be/sOnqjkJTMaA?si=hDfx2JYDOKVWmJyj
-Cue the tiny violins: Democrats flood their MSM outlets with hit pieces, name-calling and hand-wringing over new House Speaker Mike Johnson. -Rob gives the latest news on the Maine shooter and the inevitable Democrat gun-grab to follow. -Benjamin Netanyahu disregards Joe Biden's advice and opts to put an end to Hamas. To call in and speak with Rob Carson live on the show, dial 1-800-922-6680 between the hours of 12 Noon and 3:00 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday…E-mail Rob Carson at : Carson@newsmax.com Musical parodies provided by Jim Gossett (www.patreon.com/JimGossettComedy) Listen to Newsmax LIVE and see our entire podcast lineup at www.Newsmax.com/listen Download the free NEWSMAX app at www.newsmaxtv.com/app or go to www.NewsmaxTV.com to watch the real news! Looking for NEWSMAX caps, tees, mugs & more? Check out the Newsmax merchandise shop at : http://nws.mx/shop Rest assured knowing that you have emergency antibiotics, antivirals and anti-parasitics on hand to help keep you and your family safe! Go to www.twc.health/Carson and use promo code CARSON to save 10% Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
-Cue the tiny violins: Democrats flood their MSM outlets with hit pieces, name-calling and hand-wringing over new House Speaker Mike Johnson. -Rob gives the latest news on the Maine shooter and the inevitable Democrat gun-grab to follow. -Benjamin Netanyahu disregards Joe Biden's advice and opts to put an end to Hamas. -Newsmax chief White House reporter James Rosen joins Rob to discuss Capitol Hill's reaction to new House Speaker Mike Johnson and the latest on US foreign relations. To call in and speak with Rob Carson live on the show, dial 1-800-922-6680 between the hours of 12 Noon and 3:00 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday…E-mail Rob Carson at : Carson@newsmax.com Musical parodies provided by Jim Gossett (www.patreon.com/JimGossettComedy) Listen to Newsmax LIVE and see our entire podcast lineup at www.Newsmax.com/listen Download the free NEWSMAX app at www.newsmaxtv.com/app or go to www.NewsmaxTV.com to watch the real news! Looking for NEWSMAX caps, tees, mugs & more? Check out the Newsmax merchandise shop at : http://nws.mx/shop Rest assured knowing that you have emergency antibiotics, antivirals and anti-parasitics on hand to help keep you and your family safe! Go to www.twc.health/Carson and use promo code CARSON to save 10% Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The infamous writer's block strikes again! Cue ominous drums, Duhn duhn duhhhn. It's a familiar struggle, an inevitable part of the creative process that can leave even the most seasoned songsmiths questioning their abilities. But there's a way out of this creative funk, and the path to renewed inspiration is within this episode. Hitting a creative wall is perfectly normal, a hurdle that some of the greatest songwriters have confronted on their journeys. The key to breaking free from this creative paralysis lies in building a toolkit of strategies that rekindle your muse, reignite your passion, and empower you to overcome the songwriter's block that threatens to stifle your creative process. Tune into and explore these five key techniques to navigate through the dry spells with ease. The more you apply them, the less likely you are to find yourself trapped in the same unproductive patterns. For those serious about improving their songwriting, join The Songwriting Survival Guide to learn how to navigate the path to success and avoid common pitfalls. It all starts this weekend October 27th-29th. www.songwritingforguitar.com
In honor of spooky season, I wanted to shed some light on methods of healing that sometimes get judged as “dark”, “mysterious” and sometimes (according to the therapist police of Facebook) “UNETHICAL”! *Cue dark and ominous music along with gasps in the near distance*. That's right folks, today on T-Talk we explore the healing ways of the Tarot. What alternative ways of healing have you found on your journey? Have you ever considered how Tarot cards may play a role in your therapy sessions? Let me introduce you to my new friend, Dreya Blume-who is here to tell you all about it. Top reasons to listen to the entire episode: Learn how Tarot can be used as a tool for imagery, intuition and metaphor. Understand how the interpretation of the cards can play a role in healing. Hear about the criticisms and comparisons from other therapists that are often unfounded. Discover how Tarot can help pave a path for spirituality. Listen to a live reading from Dreya for Shaelene. What's your position on the Tarot and have you ever had a reading or tried a deck on your own? Share with me! This was definitely a favorite episode to date! Full Show Notes Here:www.rebelmente.com/t-talk-podcast/dreyablume Connect with Guest Dreyablume.com Therapists Who Tarot FB Group Connect with Shaelene: Follow Shaelene on TikTok Follow Shaelene on Instagram Work With Shaelene Sign Up To Receive Emails From Shaelene DBT Group Practice Owners FB Group Thanks for joining us on the T-Talk podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, please give it a 5 star rating and review. This helps the T-Talk mission of creating accessibility to mental health support and decreasing stigma. Interested in advertising your business or services on T-Talk? Check out our Podcast Sponsorship page, where you can check out everything included in our Pod Sponsor Package and see if it's the right fit for you, your audience and your business! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/t-talk-with-shaelene/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/t-talk-with-shaelene/support
Halloween is just around the corner, which means spooky season is alive and well at NOT REAL ART. To get listeners into the spirit, we've got another episode of Art World Horror Stories on deck this week. If you missed last week's episode with muralist Amandalynn, head there now to hear about her terrifying fall from high-rise scaffolding and the slow but steady recovery process that followed. On today's episode, host and NOT REAL ART founder Scott “Sourdough” Power sits down with longtime friend and close collaborator Man One to discuss the graffiti artist's disastrous mural project for the Center for Disease Control (CDC). “This is one of those stories where it just keeps getting worse and worse and worse,” says Man One, an LA-based illustrator, curator, and entrepreneur who's been an active member of the art world for 20 years. “I'm going to forewarn you, this horror story gets worse!”From racial slurs and defamation to vandalism and cease and desist letters, the project was plagued by obstacles from the start. “Every single day, some old person would stop by, yell at us, flip us off,” Man One says. “This [was] the least threatening mural that I have ever done in my life, and [I was] getting the most flak that I've ever received!” The project's concept? A fun, colorful mural promoting the benefits of exercise and play for children in the neighborhood. “The first thing [this experience] did was open my eyes, not to be so naive about coming into a community [with a mural] and thinking that people are going to be on board just because it's a positive message.”Today's episode is peppered with unexpected surprises and a few life lessons from Man One himself. “Expect the unexpected,” he says. “As an artist, I always have to be aware that there's something that I'm not aware of. There's the unknown. There's something that I'm not seeing, but I've got to keep my ears and eyes open so that, when it shows up, I can address it, whatever it may be.” With more twists and turns than an M. Night Shyamalan film, Man One's horror story is one for the books. Tune into today's episode for a dose of art-world dread. Key Points From This Episode:The brief: a fun, high-visibility mural project promoting physical activity for kids.Cue the red flags, starting with getting permission from members of a gated community.The trouble that arose, even after the project had gotten the go-ahead.Racial slurs, cease and desist letters, defamatory newsletters, and more!Vandalism that took place just when Man One thought it couldn't get any worse.The insane lengths that those opposed to the mural went to (even suing the CDC!)Why Man One goes straight to the hood now when asked to find a wall for a project.Reflecting on the power of art to bring people together but also to divide.Lessons that Man One took away from this experience and how it impacted his practice.For more information, please visit http://notrealart.com/art-world-horror-stories-man-one
The Unsinkable side series of sorts strikes again. Join me for a look into Martin Scorsese's brilliant new historical epic--forty-five minutes in which I somehow manage to forget to even mention Robert DeNiro's name. (Cue me with head shaking in hands.) But I do spend some time unpacking the story of the tragic Osage killings in the early twentieth century, why this movie and the book its based on are doing crucial work in rewriting the narrative of American history, and (shocked?) Leonardo DiCaprio's brilliant and frightening turn as one of the killing culture's perpetrators. Find the Leo and Lily Gladstone interview that I reference here: https://www.vogue.co.uk/article/leonardo-dicaprio-lily-gladstone-british-vogue-interviewSupport the showSupport Unsinkable on Patreon for as little as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/unsinkablepodOr buy me a coffee!: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/labeadlesBuy Unsinkable shirts here!: https://www.bonfire.com/unsinkable-the-first-t-shirt/Support the pod via my Bookshop Storefront: https://bookshop.org/shop/unsinkablepodFind me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unsinkablepod/Website: https://www.unsinkablepod.com
On a road trip to Boston, the Business of Biotech caught up with podcast alum Dan Passeri, J.D., CEO at Cue Biopharma, and enjoyed a two-for-one with CSO & President Anish Suri, Ph.D. at Cue's headquarters just feet below the Auerbach Center. Among other things, we discussed the duo's complementary leadership approach as the company takes multiple candidates into the clinic, why Passeri leans into his biotech legal background almost every day he's at work, the successful navigation of outsourced manufacturing relationships, why Cue's discretely targeted IL-2 approach eliminates the absurdity of early IL-2 failures, and a whole lot more. Speaking of Dan's legal background, before you jump into today'sepisode, REGISTER for the first-ever, interactive Business of Biotech Live! Legal & IPProtection For New Biotechs here!Subscribe to the #BusinessofBiotech newsletter at bioprocessonline.com/bob for more real, honest, transparent interactions with the leaders of emerging biotech. It's a once-per-month dose of insight and intel that you'll actually look forward to receiving! Check it out at bioprocessonline.com/bob!Subscribe to the #BusinessofBiotech newsletter at bioprocessonline.com/bob for more real, honest, transparent interactions with the leaders of emerging biotech. It's a once-per-month dose of insight and intel that you'll actually look forward to receiving! Check it out at bioprocessonline.com/bob!
Y'all, Sarah is spilling all the piping hot tea today! She's chatting about her faves like Andy Cohen, Bethenny Frankel, and the whole Real Housewives crew. Sarah's got thoughts on the drama between Lisa Barlow and Mary Cosby on RHOSLC. That awkward moment when Lisa realizes Mary's shady AF for cancelling on Angie's party last minute? Sarah is so not here for Mary's tacky green carpet that looks like it hasn't been updated since the 80s. Cue the shade rattlesnake emoji! And how 'bout Jeff Lewis and his new BFF, Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo? Sarah loved their gab sesh and of course had to ask about Theresa's famous hair. Do her nails get in the way when she goes to the bathroom? Inquiring minds need to know! From Kelly Dodd's questionable parenting to all the tea on Jeff Lewis' inner circle, Sarah is delivering a hilarious play-by-play on everything pop culture. She keeps it real with her trademark southern charm. Bless her heart!
Cue the screaming girls . . . America's newest boy band is here! No Lonely Hearts have been blowing up with their new single, "Call Me Back," and they answered the call to join Lance on the pod!We hear about their connection to NSYNC, their journey from not knowing each other two years ago to now touring with 98 Degrees, and we find out if they have "The Right Stuff." Yes, Lance gives the guys a special boy band "Pop" quiz... will "Everybody" in the group say "I Do" to the challenge or "Bye Bye Bye?" Plus, hear the guys in action! They sing their cover song live and give a teaser of their new music! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.