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Splitting of a whole into exactly two non-overlapping parts; dyadic relations and processes

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Reach the Stars Podcast
Ep 48: "Dichotomies " with Coach Joshua Greco

Reach the Stars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 58:05


Ep 48: "Dichotomies " with Coach Joshua GrecoDichotomies:"The Balancing of Energies"This week we talk with Coach Joshua Greco who is a Mindscan-certified business coach for individuals and leadership teams.  You can find Joshua here:www.proadvisorcoach.comjoshua@proadvisorcoach.com--Show Links--The Untethered Soul:https://www.tleavesbooks.com/book/9781572245372Way of the Peaceful Warrior : https://www.tleavesbooks.com/book/9781932073201_________Brought to you by Papercraft Miracles: https://www.papercraftmiracles.com​​​Music provided by Birocratic: http://www.birocratic.bandcamp.com​​​Support the show http://www.patreon.com/reachthestarsSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/reachthestars)

TINW Torah Study
226. Founding Narrative (Feb 13, 2021, revisited)

TINW Torah Study

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 6:09


Dichotomies in the Bible—slight differences, or outright contradictions—make it possible for people to use the Bible to argue positions for or against any number of issues. For example, the book of Joshua give two very different versions of the conquering of the walled city of Jericho. 

Ventures
The Amare Wave, love vs. war in business, and uplifting customers :: with Moshe Engelberg

Ventures

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 61:47


In this episode of Ventures, my guest Moshe Engelberg (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mosheengelberg/) and I discuss his book The Amare Wave: Uplifting Business by Putting Love to Work. From an entrepreneurial lens, we cover topics including loving customers, helping customers love your business, example case studies from a new founder perspective, and the existential purpose of every for-profit and nonprofit organization on the planet.Visit https://satchel.works/@wclittle/ventures-episode-51 for detailed notes and links to resources (videos, articles, etc…) mentioned. You can watch this episode via video here.In this episode we cover the following:1:59 - Background and tee-up. New type of cultural revolution and unconscious bias. 3:01 - Moshe's background and story, his career, and leading into the story of writing his book (The Aware Wave).8:29 - Dichotomies and holding things in tension. Some information about Prota Ventures. 9:49 - What did Moshe choose the structure of the book the way he did?16:42 - For founders building new businesses, how should they read this book? What are principles worth highlighting for new startups?21:26 - The importance of talking about the heart, mental health, and the “why” behind starting a business. The existential purpose of every business is something “social”. 23:22 - Business as foremost a social enterprise, then an economic enterprise.24:09 - What do you do if you are in a business that hates their customers and uses war-like imagery everywhere? 25:45 - Love defined as “energy that uplifts and connects”. Do you love your customers? Do they love you back?28:31 - What kinds of ways can companies track and encourage customers to love them?  (Trader Joe's example) 32:06 - Paradoxical example: Amazon. They want to be customer-centric, but have trouble loving their employees.33:47 - Why did Moshe decide on the definition of love as “energy that uplifts and connects”? 36:41 - Is there a time for war? How does Moshe address those times when taking up arms, literally or figuratively, is needed.42:20 - Hypothetical case study. Example business that sells child education software to parents. (MVP vs. “maximum value product”)46:05 - Authenticity, Belonging, and Collaboration - the ABC of the Amare Wave48:28 - Community Management. Part of the Amare Wave. If you are hired as a community manager in a neutral company, how do you create an Amare Wave there? 53:00 - The difficult nature of doing “all the things” in startups, and praise for Moshe's advice in this podcast. 54:13 - What ideas/projects is Moshe working on next?59:01 - Where can people find and buy the book? How can people continue the conversations with moshe? https://www.amazon.com/Amare-Wave-Uplifting-Business-Putting-ebook/dp/B0873ZFK2P // moshe@mosheengelberg.com 

Audio Sermons from Calvary International Church
2021-04-25 | Acts - 4 Dichotomies & 1 Constant

Audio Sermons from Calvary International Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 35:54


2021-04-25 | Acts - 4 Dichotomies & 1 Constant by Calvary International Church SP

Strive Seek Find
Subculture Cannibalism

Strive Seek Find

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 11:31


Dichotomies fascinate  me. Right now it seems to me that are living in  culture that seems to be made up of almost nothing else.  Part of this can be but down to the shift nature of  our culture.   Some of it is me noticing things that were already there, but the ways the puzzle pieces continue to change and yet still slide together is just short of a miracle.   Today I thought I’d look briefly at one of these contrasts; how subcultures  cannibalize the very people they should be supporting.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StriveSeekFind)

Books And Booze
Gothic Fiction - Robert Nye's "The Life And Death of My Lord Gilles de Rais". Part III, Episode I.

Books And Booze

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2020 12:50


The perfect Christian, demons, chateaus, Joan of Arc, and alchemy! To kick off October, I review Robert Nye's masterpiece 'The Life and Death of My Lord Gilles Rais', a historical fiction telling the story of Joan Of Arc's right-hand man. Dichotomies galore, including a Japanese stout! Cheers!

ArchiCAST
Episode 2 - Enough

ArchiCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2020 32:41


Welcome to Archi-CAST.Enough by Patrick RhoneHow much is enough?The metaphor of the wire.In Case of Rain, Sing!The Spirit of This Place by Patrick SummersThe Artist Apollo and Company.Apollonians and Dionysians.Dichotomies.Nietzsche.Wagner.Music as the perfect metaphor.The Rothko Chapel.Our platform www.oskidaniel.comWrite to me on twitter and MailMy other shows in spanish:iOSki - TechnologySIEMPRE JOVEN - ProductivityMANIFESTO - ArtVOX FUTURA - PhilosophySinnflut Band. Mi new project on music.Thank You!www.oskidaniel.com

Practicing Gospel Podcast
Peacemaking 1 Dr. Tink Tinker Interview PGE8

Practicing Gospel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2020 65:44


This episode begins a series on peacemaking. I learned of the book, Peacemaking and the Challenge of Violence in World Religions by Drs. Irfan Omar and Michael Duffey. The authors are professors in the Department of Theology at Marquette University. In conjunction with the book, the authors held a one-day symposium by the same title. The book (and symposium) consists of seven scholars representing seven of the world's religions. Each scholar is also a practitioner of the religion she or he represents. What each scholar/practitioner provided was an essay/presentation on resources for peacemaking from her or his religion. This essay/presentation was followed by a response from two of the other participants. I thought this book provided an excellent model for developing my series. I will be seeking to have conversations with scholar/practitioners of peacemaking from different world religions, discussing the resources from my guest's faith that contribute to peacemaking and her or his own peacemaking efforts/experiences. My guest today is one of the contributors from the book. Dr. Tink Tinker is Emeritus Professor in the Iliff School of Theology, a Methodist graduate school in Denver Colorado. Dr. Tinker is a member of the wazhazhe, Osage Nation. He teaches courses in American Indian cultures, history, and religious traditions; cross-cultural and Third-World theologies; and justice and peace studies and is a frequent speaker on these topics both in the U.S. and internationally. His publications include American Indian Liberation: A Theology of Sovereignty (2008); Spirit and Resistance: Political Theology and American Indian Liberation(2004); and Missionary Conquest: The Gospel and Native American Genocide (1993). He co-authored A Native American Theology (2001); and he is co-editor of Native Voices: American Indian Identity and Resistance (2003), and Fortress Press’ Peoples’ Bible (2008). The title of his contribution to the book is, 'The Irrelevance of euro-christian Dichotomies for Indigenous Peoples: Beyond Nonviolence to a Vision of Comic Balance.' The music for this episode is from a clip of a song called 'Father Let Your Kingdom Come' which is found on The Porter's Gate Worship Project Work Songs album and is used by permission by The Porter's Gate Worship Project. You can learn more about the album and the Worship Project at theportersgate.com.

Radioactive w/Mike Z
Psychostick Alex Dontre Podcast

Radioactive w/Mike Z

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2020 22:09


Psychostick drummer Alex Dontre called in to talk about his new book "Dichotomies, Lessons from A College Life on Tour" which is out NOW. Here's what we talked about: Business Psychologist (0-1) "Dichotomies, Lessons from A College Life on Tour" (1-2) No tour dates (2-3) NAMM convention (3-4) "Keeping Time" vs. "Making Time"? (4-5) Drum influences (5-6) Slayer Farewell tour (6-9) Beer song IPA (9-10) New Psychostick music (10-12) Baroness Gold and Grey (12-13) Alex's favorite album of 2019 (13-15) Flannel Five (15-17) Nu Metal Six Pack (17-20)

SuperDataScience
SDS 325: What I Learned in 2019

SuperDataScience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2019 74:26


I went over the 7 top learnings I took from this exciting year of ups, downs, and incredible adventures and explorations. In this episode you will learn: • Dichotomies [6:18] • F*ck FOMO [19:00] • Full circle stress [27:23] • Letting doors close [38:57] • Managing my energy as an introvert [45:00] • No coaching [56:15] • Feelings [1:03:38] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/325

KITA!
People Like Us

KITA!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2019 38:28


CONTENT NOTICE: This episode contains a graphic description of an assault. If you’d like to skip ahead, go to 6:04. 14 dilihat daripada lensa nombor 19. Si penyajak meminta izin untuk berparti. Two siblings and two names, an ocean beyond them. A poet sees it in your eyes. Dichotomies. A love poem about, around, and under moonlight. This episode features the work of Aliff Awan, Nana, and Dhinesha Karthigesu. It was hosted by Nadya Zahirah. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. We accept any storytelling material in any genre, as long as you think it’d make for a good podcast. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita. OeA3YxRphU3CJuZdLkfI

Dichotomy Podcast with Mike Reid
The Dichotomies of Health, Love & Relationships with Maria Ayne

Dichotomy Podcast with Mike Reid

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2019 63:30


SHOW NOTES (www.mikejamesreid.com) Maria Ayne is an author, nutritionist and behaviour specialist. She helps food addicts, emotional eaters and compulsive eaters overcome their issues with a 90-day program called Survival of The Fittest Thoughts. Maria is also the Author of ‘The Eating Enigma’ and has a passion for helping people break free from their subconscious beliefs. Maria and I met 4 years ago during a personal development weekend called the Breakthrough Experience with John De Martini. We instantly hit it off and found ourselves discussing the psychology around our decision making and how to live a happy life. In this episode, we discuss the dichotomies of health, fitness, love, and relationships. Maria helps us understand why we make the decisions we make and offers her best advice on how to navigate your thinking and decision making. Enjoy!   Highlights: The subconscious patterns that get planted into our brains as kids and how that manifests later in life. Dichotomies of health and the challenges of looking good versus just being healthy and happy. Dichotomies of love and relationships and how we create a fantasy of who a person is or should be versus the reality. The psychology behind new relationships, and what happens when things start to change and evolve. Understanding human behaviour and why we make some of the crazy decisions we make.   Resources:Dr John DeMartini - The Breakthrough Experience The Eating Enigma Book Maria’s Instagram Survivalofthefittestthoughts.com   Click here if you’d like to be notified when new episodes of the Dichotomy Podcast are released.   Before you go...If you liked this episode, click the

Cat & Cloud Podcast
Jeff Newton | Americano Mondays | Tips for Pursuing a Creative Career

Cat & Cloud Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2019 80:36


Are you pursuing a creative career or side-hustle? Cool if you are, totally fine if you're not! This week Chris interviews his friend Jeff Newton, an L.A. based commercial photographer and creator of Americano Mondays. This inspiring story's complete with ex-military photography mentors, touring bands, 90's cafe nostalgia, and some really useful insights to keep you moving toward your creative goals. Resources: Jeff Newton | IG: https://www.instagram.com/jeffnewton/ website: https://www.jeffnewton.com/ Americano Mondays | IG: https://www.instagram.com/americanomondays/ website: http://americanomondays.com/book Related Episodes: Matt D'Avella | The Worst Thing You Can Do Is Nothing: https://apple.co/2D57kok The Power of "No." | Dichotomies in Leadership: https://apple.co/2FUPDIQ 1 & 1s with Evelyn Siguenza - Subscribe!: iTunes: apple.co/2WCQlB5 Spotify: spoti.fi/2FOQCeX Coffee!: catandcloud.com/products/subscription

Very Bad Wizards
Episode 158: False Dichotomies and Oral Reciprocity

Very Bad Wizards

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2019 96:22


David and Tamler talk about the invasion of dual process theories in psychology. Why do we love theories that divide complex phenomena into just two categories? Is there any evidence to back up these theories? Are we distorting our understanding of the mind and morality? And what we can do to get out of this mess? Plus, Liam Neeson, moral pet peeves, and oral ethics.

DOPEamine | Mental Health Support For Creative Professionals

Today on the show we're talking about Dichotomies, the extreme black and white decisions that we all make as humans. What can we do to start living in the gray area? and how does this even show up for us? I read an article by Paul Emerich (I said his name wrong on the show, my apologies!) about Love. Logic. and False Dichotomies that breaks down a bit of this in a clearer way than I ever good. So join me in breaking down some walls on today's episode of DOPEamine! Support the show: http://www.dopeamine.life More about the Host: http://www.cnote.media The Boss Project Summit: http://www.bit.ly/cnotesummit --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dopeamine/message

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time

In our last +1, we talked about W.H. Auden’s (genius) quip that routine, in an intelligent person, is a sign of ambition. (I laugh with joy every time I type that.)   Then we did a quick check in on your ambition. And, hopefully, we dialed it up a notch and made sure that your routines were reflecting that strong desire to Optimize and actualize in service to your family, community and world.   Today I want to talk about work and play.   A lot of people think those two things are separate.    I think you’re doing it wrong if your work ISN’T play.   Abraham Maslow would agree. He once said that one of the hallmarks of self-actualizing people is that they get to a place where “apparent dichotomies” are dissolved. In Motivation and Personality, he has a chapter in which he describes the “19 Characteristics of the Self-Actualizer.”   Check out the Notes for a super-quick look at all 19 of those self-actualizer characteristics.   For now, know this: The 19th characteristic of self-actualizers is their “Resolution of Dichotomies.” For example, he tells us: “The dichotomy between selfishness and unselfishness disappears altogether in healthy people because in principle every act is both selfish and unselfish.”   Another dichotomy that dissolves for self-actualizers?   The dichotomy between work and play.   What happens when work IS play? And when play IS work?   Well, then you get a statement like this from author James Michener in his autobiography: “The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him, he’s always doing both.”   That’s the way to roll.   Here’s to mastering the art of living.   Let’s have fun writing the rules to the game that is our lives and then playing it with all the joy and intensity and excellence we can muster—letting others decide whether we’re working or playing.   For us, we’re always doing both.

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time

In our last +1, we talked about W.H. Auden’s (genius) quip that routine, in an intelligent person, is a sign of ambition. (I laugh with joy every time I type that.)   Then we did a quick check in on your ambition. And, hopefully, we dialed it up a notch and made sure that your routines were reflecting that strong desire to Optimize and actualize in service to your family, community and world.   Today I want to talk about work and play.   A lot of people think those two things are separate.    I think you’re doing it wrong if your work ISN’T play.   Abraham Maslow would agree. He once said that one of the hallmarks of self-actualizing people is that they get to a place where “apparent dichotomies” are dissolved. In Motivation and Personality, he has a chapter in which he describes the “19 Characteristics of the Self-Actualizer.”   Check out the Notes for a super-quick look at all 19 of those self-actualizer characteristics.   For now, know this: The 19th characteristic of self-actualizers is their “Resolution of Dichotomies.” For example, he tells us: “The dichotomy between selfishness and unselfishness disappears altogether in healthy people because in principle every act is both selfish and unselfish.”   Another dichotomy that dissolves for self-actualizers?   The dichotomy between work and play.   What happens when work IS play? And when play IS work?   Well, then you get a statement like this from author James Michener in his autobiography: “The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him, he’s always doing both.”   That’s the way to roll.   Here’s to mastering the art of living.   Let’s have fun writing the rules to the game that is our lives and then playing it with all the joy and intensity and excellence we can muster—letting others decide whether we’re working or playing.   For us, we’re always doing both.

Moving with Life
016: Parallels and DIchotomies

Moving with Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2017 89:04


Email: podcast.millennial@gmail.com Twitter: @andywalker_lead , @bryanalejandro_ / @theintronaut_ , @eddiesaenz3 , IG: @andywalker_lead , @eddie_saenz3 , @theintronaut_ FB: https://www.facebook.com/andywalkerleads/, www.facebook.com/eddiesaenzmusic/?fref=ts Tumblr: kratos-for-all.tumblr.com (Andy's thoughts and questions of the day) Andy's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEPHVmNmpXPzTkGrUu3Xckw Eddie's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/eddiesaenz3/feed Just me and Eddie on this conversation. We get dense really fast covering religion, business/entrepreneurship, and some politics. Dichotomies and parallels we have discovered. The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell with Bill Moyers is also used as a reference throughout this episode. Don't forget to subscribe and leave reviews! Shoot us an email with whats on your mind.

MODERN ATHENAS
MODERN ATHENAS Episode 10: A Discussion of Performing, Balance and Judgement / Life in Motion by Misty Copeland

MODERN ATHENAS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2017 52:48


Life in Motion is about Misty Copeland, the first African-American principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, or ABT, in New York. The books winds its way from Misty’s childhood, when she first took up ballet at the local Boys and Girls Club at the urging of her Drill Team instructor, to her first competitions, her first auditions for prestigious summer programs, her entrance into the ABT Studio Team, her ascent to the corps de ballet, then to a soloist, and eventually to a principal dancer. Misty discusses not only her journey but the journey of her family through tumultuous years. Misty finds her way in life through ballet as well as through the guidance of mentors, who are themselves Modern Athenas. Throughout the book, Misty discusses lessons she has learned about life, about ballet, and about herself. It is these lessons that we are going to focus on today. 00:00-01:10 Intro and Background of the Book01:11-03:55 Discipline, No Shortcuts03:56-06:00 The Illusion of Perfection06:01-11:13 Freedom Through Performance11:14-14:37 Becoming Less Self-Judgmental14:38-17:14 Getting Noticed 17:15-21:40 Dichotomies of Life, Finding Balance21:41-26:02 Believing in Your Purpose26:03-30:51 Race & Identity30:52-33:40 Climbing the Ladder33:41-37:14 Self-Image, Self-Esteem37:15-42:07 Appreciating What You Have42:08-46:09 Running Away vs. Confronting Problems46:10-51:52 Misty's Modern Athenas51:53-52:47 Outro and Next EpisodeVisit www.modernathenas.com for links to all episodes.Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or YouTube.Follow us on Twitter/Facebook @modernathenasFollow us on Instagram @themodernathenaspodcastSend us feedback or leave a review! Thanks for listening.

MODERN ATHENAS
MODERN ATHENAS Episode 10: A Discussion of Performing, Balance and Judgement / Life in Motion by Misty Copeland

MODERN ATHENAS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2017 52:48


Life in Motion is about Misty Copeland, the first African-American principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, or ABT, in New York. The books winds its way from Misty’s childhood, when she first took up ballet at the local Boys and Girls Club at the urging of her Drill Team instructor, to her first competitions, her first auditions for prestigious summer programs, her entrance into the ABT Studio Team, her ascent to the corps de ballet, then to a soloist, and eventually to a principal dancer. Misty discusses not only her journey but the journey of her family through tumultuous years. Misty finds her way in life through ballet as well as through the guidance of mentors, who are themselves Modern Athenas. Throughout the book, Misty discusses lessons she has learned about life, about ballet, and about herself. It is these lessons that we are going to focus on today. 00:00-01:10 Intro and Background of the Book01:11-03:55 Discipline, No Shortcuts03:56-06:00 The Illusion of Perfection06:01-11:13 Freedom Through Performance11:14-14:37 Becoming Less Self-Judgmental14:38-17:14 Getting Noticed 17:15-21:40 Dichotomies of Life, Finding Balance21:41-26:02 Believing in Your Purpose26:03-30:51 Race & Identity30:52-33:40 Climbing the Ladder33:41-37:14 Self-Image, Self-Esteem37:15-42:07 Appreciating What You Have42:08-46:09 Running Away vs. Confronting Problems46:10-51:52 Misty's Modern Athenas51:53-52:47 Outro and Next EpisodeVisit www.modernathenas.com for links to all episodes.Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or YouTube.Follow us on Twitter/Facebook @modernathenasFollow us on Instagram @themodernathenaspodcastSend us feedback or leave a review! Thanks for listening.

Parker Ford Church's Podcast
The Danger of Dichotomies

Parker Ford Church's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2016 37:57


Our guest speaker, Jay McCumber, shares the message “The Danger of Dichotomies” from Matthew 11:1-19.

The Look & Sound of Leadership
Positive Opposites

The Look & Sound of Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2009 8:12


Dichotomies are great learning tools—when they’re framed positively.