Hey everyone, I'm Coach Patrick and in this episode, we're going on a reflective journey. We'll dissect last season's race performance. It's all about balancing highs and lows. This means managing what's in and out of your control. Eager to master your race? It's more than just pushing limits. It's making smart, strategic moves. I've lived it and I'll share my experiences. You can apply these tactics in your races too. Also, check out our free online course. It's filled with keys to success. Now, let's revisit my Leadville race experience. It was a real challenge! Weather, altitude, and so much more were beyond my control. How did I navigate through it? I'll dive into handling descents and maintaining focus. Understanding nutrition, power targets, and the importance of knowing other riders is crucial. I'll discuss how focusing on 'one thing' can keep you aligned and motivated. Let's look at how to apply these lessons to your races. Together, we can shape your race day and elevate your performance!
In this episode of the Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast, co-hosts Dr. Matthew Worwood and Dr. Cyndi Burnett introduce their second Listen and Learn series, which focuses on generative AI and its future relationship with creativity in education. Throughout the episode, the hosts share their excitement for this new series and reveal the unique feature of the Listen and Learn episodes—the challenge for listeners to decode a special code word by gathering letters shared at the end of each episode. Join them as they launch this very special listen-and-learn series! Eager to bring more creativity into your school district? Check out our sponsor Curiosity2Create.org and CreativeThinkingNetwork.com What to learn more about Design Thinking in Education? Do you want to build a sustained culture of innovation and creativity at your school? Visit WorwoodClassroom.com to understand how Design Thinking can promote teacher creativity and support professional growth in the classroom. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter!
As Malagasy prime minister Rainilaiarivony tries to distance his kingdom from French commercial interests, the French strike back. Eager to avenge his country's recent defeat in Europe, the French head of state becomes increasingly invested in colonial conquest. In an effort to drum up international support, Malagasy diplomats make a trip to London, Paris, and New York City. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, we would like to introduce you to Undertow: The Sisters, a new show from Realm starring Mae Whitman. The Sisters, inspired by true events, a story of family, the occult, and satanic possession. “How could a mother come to believe the world would be better off…if her children were dead?” Frankie Bradshaw, the curator of a collection of medical oddities in Philadelphia, has her world turned upside down when a mysterious skeleton is delivered without explanation. Eager to discover its origins, she is sucked into a world of occultists, as her own demons come back to haunt her. When Frankie is sent a box of reel-to-reel tapes from the 1960s, she learns the story of Frances Pollard, a woman incarcerated in a British hospital for the criminally insane. In a series of interviews, Frances recounts a happy family life in England, until the arrival of a stranger led to family tragedy and a descent into madness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friday's Program started with our thoughts on this weekend's game between the Chiefs and the Packers. We also talked about our career expectations for Jordan Love. Then we spoke with Data Scientist Eric Eager about the Chiefs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With early retirement on the horizon, our plan seems too good to be true, is it? Have a money question? Email us here Subscribe to Jill on Money LIVE YouTube: @jillonmoney Instagram: @jillonmoney Twitter: @jillonmoney "Jill on Money" theme music is by Joel Goodman, www.joelgoodman.com. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A postmodern take on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Yorgos Lanthimos's new film, Poor Things, sees the director exploring ideas of life and liberty in his uniquely surrealist way. The movie revolves around Bella, played by Emma Stone, a woman in Victorian Britain brought back to life by Dr. Godwin Baxter, played by Willem Dafoe. Eager to learn more about the world around her, Bella sets off on a fantastical, globe-hopping adventure. That theme of reanimation was central to composer Jerskin Fendrix while developing the film's score. Although he's primarily known as a singer, pianist, and songwriter active in South London's indie music scene, Fendrix's ability to merge his classical training with experimental approaches to music-making was a perfect fit for the world of Poor Things. To match the imaginative tone of Lanthimos's film, Jerskin spent time digitally processing and manipulating the voice of each instrument, ultimately transforming even the most familiar musical sounds into an unfamiliar, almost eerie listening experience. "I was really interested in wind instruments and breath as a musical idea," Jerskin explains on the latest episode of the Classical Post podcast. "Breath and life are inextricably tied up, so giving the impression of something which isn't sentient or alive replicating anything that is alive sets off a really primal, fear-based instinct, something which is preternaturally horrifying." In this episode, Fendrix and I talk more about the creative process behind his Poor Things score. Plus, he shares a piece of writing advice from Kurt Vonnegut that helps him focus his work, the importance of emotional resonance in his music, and the street food scene he craves whenever he's in New York City.Poor Things and the film's official soundtrack will be released on December 8, 2023. The first two singles, "Bella" and "Lisbon," are available wherever you stream music. — Classical Post® is a leading podcast based in New York. Our content uncovers the creativity behind exceptional music through dynamic deep-dive interviews with prominent artists in the world today. We are powered by Gold Sound Media® — a creative studio providing omnichannel marketing and public relations services for the classical music industry.
The conquest of Indian land in the eastern United States happened through decades of the U.S. government's military victories, along with questionable treaties and violence. This conflict between two civilization came to head in 1813 in a little-known but consequential struggle between two extraordinary leaders.William Henry Harrison was born to a prominent Virginia family, the son of a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He journeyed west, became governor of the vast Indiana Territory, and sought statehood by attracting settlers and imposing one-sided treaties.Tecumseh, by all accounts one of the nineteenth century's greatest leaders, belonged to an honored line of Shawnee warriors and chiefs. His father, killed while fighting the Virginians flooding into Kentucky, extracted a promise from his sons to “never give in” to American settkers . An eloquent speaker, Tecumseh traveled from Minnesota to Florida and west to the Great Plains convincing far-flung tribes to join a great confederacy and face down their common enemy. Eager to stop U.S. expansion, the British backed Tecumseh's confederacy in a series of battles during the forgotten western front of the War of 1812 that would determine control over the North American continent.Today's guest, Peter Stark, discusses these battles and diplomacy. He's the author of “Gallop Toward the Sun: Tecumseh and William Henry Harrison's Struggle for the Destiny of a Nation.”This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3101278/advertisement
Have you ever seen a doctor become the patient, then the healer again? In this episode of the Becoming Immune Confident Podcast Series we continue our discussion with Dr. Shilpi Pradhan as she unveils her journey in her captivating book and discover how she turned her personal health battles into a beacon of hope through Lifestyle Medicine. This book isn't just her story - it's a collection of transformative experiences from 33 physicians who shifted their health and medical practice paradigms.
Eric Eager joins the show to breakdown his favorite NFL Week 13 and Future bets. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you ever dreamed of owning a recreational ranch without the year-long commitment? If so, look no further than Pursuit Properties, led by Josh Green. Their team excels in the co-ownership model, enabling families to collectively enjoy incredible recreational properties. Eager to explore their platform further? Dive into this episode for all the details.
"Eager Longing." A sermon preached by the Rev. David Hanke on November 19th, 2023. (Due to an audio malfunction, unfortunately this audio recording has a low hum throughout.) ESV SCRIPTURE REFERENCE. Head over to restorationarlington.org to learn more about Restoration Anglican Church. We're a church in Arlington that connects people to God, to others, and to the needs of the world. We'd love for you to join us online or in-person soon.
Amid an increasingly positive outlook for natural gas, North American midstream companies stand ready to connect supply with demand markets in the Lower 48 and beyond. NGI's Leticia Gonzales, Kevin Dobbs, Josiah Clinedinst and Josten Mavez discuss the slew of pipeline, gathering and processing projects planned in the U.S., as well as the natural gas pricing dynamics driving those developments and the projects that lie ahead.
Wilbur Whateley wants the Necronomicon, and although the library's closing, local coed Nancy is so entranced by Whateley that she's inclined to let him read it. Her professor, Dr. Armitage, isn't thrilled with the idea of someone borrowing the book – even for five minutes – until he realizes who the reader is. Eager to find out more about Wilbur, and his family history of seeking out transdimensional creatures, he invites Wilbur and Nancy to dinner. But Wilbur's not interested in becoming one of Armitage's biographical sketches – he wants Nancy to come back to his home, drink some tea, and… stay there forever. That's when his grandfather, Old Man Whateley arrives, causing Nancy to raise an eyebrow. Why is he so determined to keep her away from the house? What on the upper floors is making all those wind and ocean sounds? And why is Wilbur so desperate to introduce Nancy to the Devil's Hopyard, a stone altar where, it is rumored, his ancestors once performed sacred rituals to call forth a race of creatures that would bring about the end of life as we know it? Intro, Math Club, Debate Society, Hot for Teacher (spoiler-free): 00:00-27:20Honor Roll and Detention (spoiler-heavy): 27:21-1:07:56Superlatives (spoiler-heavier): 1:07:57-1:24:26 Director Daniel HallerScreenplay Curtis Hanson, Henry Rosenbaum, and Ronald Silkosky, based on the novella by H.P. LovecraftFeaturing Donna Baccala, Ed Begley, Lloyd Bochner, Sandra Dee, Beach Dickinson, Sam Jaffe, Barboura Morris, Jack Pierce, Talia Shire, Dean Stockwell John DeVore is a two-time James Beard award-winning essayist and editor. He's written about pop culture for Decider, Esquire, and Premiere (RIP), among many others. John's first memoir, 'Theatre Kids,' will hit bookstores in 2024 Our theme music is by Sir Cubworth, with embellishments by Edward Elgar. Music from The Dunwich Horror by Les Baxter. For more information on this film (including why the Professor chose it, on Our Blog), the pod, essays from your hosts, and other assorted bric-a-brac, visit our website, scareupod.com. Please subscribe to this podcast via Apple or Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you like what you hear, please leave us a 5-star rating. Join our Facebook group. Follow us on Instagram.
Prepare to set sail on an informative adventure as we dive deep into the mysteries of the ocean, explore the mind-boggles of inattentional blindness, and unravel the secrets of a groundbreaking weight loss drug. Ever wondered about the marvels of weight loss drugs? Eager to uncover their potential benefits and drawbacks? We embark on a voyage of discovery with OZEMPIC, exploring its health outcomes and how it mimics a gut hormone to suppress appetite. But that's not all! We also venture into a quirky discussion about dogs and inattentional blindness, pondering whether humans are susceptible too.Our lively exploration then plunges us into the awe-inspiring world of marine geology, guided by Dr. Wright's vivid stories from her Hawaiian upbringing and experiences with underwater volcanoes.And hold on tight, for we're about to plunge even deeper! Travel with us to the Challenger Deep, the deepest part of the world's oceans, as we discuss its geological wonders and history of exploration. We then surface to the world of deep-sea submersibles, marvelling at the engineering feats and safety measures that make these dives possible. The expedition doesn't end there though. We steer towards Esri, a billion-dollar company revolutionizing the world with free and user-friendly mapping tools, as Dr. Wright shares her journey from academia to becoming the Chief Scientist at Esri. So buckle up for a journey packed with scientific discoveries, intriguing insights, and a generous dash of humor.Dr. Dawn Wright's Linkshttps://twitter.com/deepseadawnhttps://www.esri.com/en-us/about/science/overview?rsource=%2FsciencesBunsen and Beaker Links:30% off the first month at Zencastr - use the code in the show!https://zen.ai/3LXIX2UYb1RLXwtWHHjryXAutdr3HS5EpVHMW80BOKgSave 10% at Bark and Beyond with the coupon code BUNSEN!The 2024 Bunsen and Beaker Calendar is ready to order!The Ginger Stuffie is on presale so check the link here!Join The Paw Pack to Support The Show!https://bunsenbernerbmd.com/pages/paw-pack-plus-communityOur Website!The Bunsen and Beaker Website has adorable merch with hundreds of different combinations of designs and apparel- all with Printful- one of the highest quality companies we could find!www.bunsenbernerbmd.comSign up for our Weekly Newsletter!Bunsen and Beaker on Twitter:Bunsen and Beaker on TikTok:Bunsen and Beaker on FacebookSupport the showFor Science, Empathy, and Cuteness!Being Kind is a Superpower.https://twitter.com/bunsenbernerbmd
Join us as we unravel the layers of archetypal energy and discover how it influences our lives: 1️⃣ Discovering Archetypes: Learn about the three unique ways we work with archetypes at The Sisters Enchanted, including our own Expansion Archetypes and the Earth Goddess Archetypes. 2️⃣ Personal Journeys with Archetypes: Discover how my background in English, psychology, and women's studies, and has fueled my passion for storytelling and understanding human behavior through archetypes. 3️⃣ Expansion Archetypes & More: Uncover how identifying your predominant archetype can dramatically shorten your healing journey, help you integrate new versions of yourself, and facilitate life changes.
Joining us today is Marcia C. Inhorn, PhD, MPH, the William K. Lanman, Jr. Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs in the Department of Anthropology and The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University. Dr. Inhorn is an expert in Middle Eastern gender and health issues. For the past 35 years, she has studied the social impact of infertility and assisted reproductive technologies across various countries and cultures. Dr. Lanman sits down with us to discuss motherhood on ice, the mating gap, and why women freeze their eggs. Eager to share her knowledge on reproductive health, she is interested in solving issues related to fertility – and egg freezing is among the most popular solutions… In this episode, we dive into: What motivates women to freeze their eggs, and the ages they typically do it. What the egg freezing process looks like. What “age-related fertility decline” is, and when it usually occurs. To learn more about Dr. Inhorn and her research, click here now! Take advantage of a 5% discount on Ekster accessories by using the code FINDINGGENIUS. Enhance your style and functionality with premium accessories. Visit bit.ly/3uiVX9R to explore latest collection. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
On today's episode of the Dentalpreneur Podcast, we delve into Part 2 of our series from the TPL (The Practice Launchpad) event in San Diego. Join Dr. Mark Costes, Dr. Taher Dhoon, Dr. Chris Green, and Laura Maly as they explore advanced strategies for new and existing dental practices. Discover how to keep your lead list engaged, create a unique identity for your practice, and maintain clinical and social momentum. Tune in for invaluable insights! In this episode, our experts share innovative approaches for both de novo and existing dental practices. Learn how to effectively nurture your lead list, ensuring potential patients remain interested and engaged. They also discuss crafting a radical differentiator, setting your practice apart in a crowded market. Plus, gain insights into creating momentum, both clinically and socially, to elevate your practice's presence and appeal. Eager for more marketing wisdom? Don't miss Part 3 of our series, where we dive into building goodwill and leveraging Google My Business. Check out the next episode tomorrow! EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.thepracticelaunchpad.com https://www.truedentalsuccess.com Dental Success Network Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast
Eric Eager joins the show to breakdown his NFL Week 12 bets. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week the boys are joined by BC freshman stud Will Smith. He talks about the scariest penalty he ever took, the coolest draft party ever thrown, and bringing his entire Dev Program line with him to college. Will thinks BC is going to raise some banners this year, and they just might be listening to Adele in the locker room to celebrate. Also, Chris and Dan stopped by the CCM Hockey house where they're joined by the 3rd Empty Netter Jonny Lazarus. They debate the OT rule and put Laz through a little PSS of his own. Chapters: (0:00) - Intro with Jonny Lazarus from the CCM hockey house (2:30) - Is Kris Letang a top 40 defenseman of all time? (9:17) - Bo Horvat's return to Vancouver (17:35) - The NHL's concerns with 3v3 overtime (27:46) - Intro with 4th overall pick by the San Jose Sharks, Will Smith (29:50) - Life at Boston College (31:10) - Winning Gold at U-18s (37:10) - Experiencing the NHL Draft with lifelong friends (44:43) - Eager to join the Sharks (48:20) - Deciding to go to BC (53:20) - The ultimate goals for this season (1:00:06) - Pass Shoot Score (1:09:45) - Hottest Teams of the week (1:11:24) - Games to watch (1:12:40) - Pass Shoot Score with Jonny Lazarus
Steven Kushner had originally planned to retire at 70. However, at 65, he began feeling fatigued, noticing the strain of evening meetings and realizing his body was signaling a need to slow down. By June 2018, he retired and received the honorary title of Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Ner Tamid. Eager to venture into uncharted territory, he sought something entirely new. Throughout his rabbinic career, Steven's creativity had largely been expressed through writing and speaking. Yet, in 2017, anticipating retirement, he tapped into his visual side. He started sharing his photos on Facebook, receiving encouraging feedback from friends and congregation members. That's when he wanted to finally—after a lifetime of taking pictures—begin a process of learning how to make pictures. Although he does not formally identify as a photographer, when asked Steven is very comfortable saying that he does serious photography. In this episode, Rabbi Steven shares an extraordinary journey marked by unexpected transitions and explorations. We discussed: Steven's childhood dream to be the shortstop for the Detroit Tigers How he cultivated a reputation as a film aficionado within the synagogue Why Steven decided to retire five years earlier than his initial plan The unexpected emotional challenge of retiring (and a quest for unexplored endeavors) How he dove into photography with the guidance of a friend The journey of learning and refining his craft that proved immensely gratifying Connect with Steven https://stevenkushnerphotography.com/portfolio Headshot Photo Credit: Nick Levitin Photography
On today's episode of the Dentalpreneur Podcast, we delve into Part 1 of our series from the TPL (The Practice Launchpad) event in San Diego. Join Dr. Mark Costes, Dr. Taher Dhoon, Dr. Chris Green, and Laura Maly as they explore advanced strategies for new and existing dental practices. Discover how to keep your lead list engaged, create a unique identity for your practice, and maintain clinical and social momentum. Tune in for invaluable insights! In this episode, our experts share innovative approaches for both de novo and existing dental practices. Learn how to effectively nurture your lead list, ensuring potential patients remain interested and engaged. They also discuss crafting a radical differentiator, setting your practice apart in a crowded market. Plus, gain insights into creating momentum, both clinically and socially, to elevate your practice's presence and appeal. Eager for more marketing wisdom? Don't miss Part 2 of our series, where we dive into building goodwill and leveraging Google My Business. Check out the next episode tomorrow! EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.thepracticelaunchpad.com https://www.truedentalsuccess.com Dental Success Network Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast
Over 100 friends packed the room, and in excess of 250 joined the FB livestream. Without discussion, we sit amidst an opioid and fentanyl epidemic. National suicide rates have reached true crisis levels. Alas, addiction and poor mental health casts their anguish upon us all. Eager to transcend the torment, chiefly we lack the comprehension of where or how to begin. Realities of outpacing the suffering lingers as a far-off fantasy, and a wealth of us are convinced there is no way out. Join author Roger Ray Bird and a cast of Bright Sparks for a demystification of the self-destruction. Roger shares his personal experiences as a user and drug dealer in Baltimore, and reads from his new book Daddy, Why Were You A Drug Addict? Bright Spark cast:Shequila Hoye knows the all-consuming grip of addiction, having witnessed her mother's struggle for over two decades. Shequila shouldered the role of caregiver to her younger siblings while still a child herself. Her grandmother's apartment in the Allied Drive neighborhood, where she spent time with 15 other grandchildren, became a refuge for her. After being honorably discharged from the United States Navy, Shequila went on to earn her Master's Degree in Social Work. Horrifically in 2020, her 20-year-old brother died of an accidental overdose. Shequila helped launch Madison's CARES team in 2021, providing an alternative response to behavioral health-related 911 calls. While working to break down barriers to mental health care, she soldiers on toward a Doctorate in Social Work.Michelle Kullmann lost her son Cade Reddington to a single-pill fentanyl poisoning in 2021. As a dynamic mother and 30-plus years spent in the Madison business community, Michelle utilizes her learned experiences to advocate for fentanyl poisoning awareness and harm reduction. Michelle spreads critical information gained since Cade's passing on the opioid and fentanyl paradox so fellow families can learn from her family's tragedy and hopefully save lives. #forever18 #onepillcankillLaura Bird is a Milwaukee native, and now lives in Madison with her husband, three teenagers, and small dog. She's a middle grade author, an ambassador for the Wisconsin Book Festival, a board member for the Madison Public Library Foundation, and co-founder of the Great Midwest Book Group. She also freelances for BRAVA Magazine. Tyler “TJ” Schmidt was an average Milwaukee teenager until drugs slithered into his world. After the U.S. government dramatically restricted pharmaceutical OxyContin pill production, Tyler switched to heroin. While partying inside his freshman college dorm room, TJ's visiting uncle died of a drug overdose, and Tyler served prison time after being charged under the Len Bias law. Then however doubly tragic, in 2020 Tyler's girlfriend died from drugs. Surviving multiple overdoses and several stays in rehab facilities himself, Tyler is now three and a half years clean, and aims to make his life purpose helping others find their path away from addiction. Roger Ray Bird forfeited his mother to a Maryland mental hospital when he was four, and began abusing drugs at age 12. At 16 Roger became a national statistic, high school dropout. After surviving two overdoses, then exhausting a 13-year addiction, he traded drugs for a professional mountainbike race career. Following 20 years at Trek Bicycles, Roger now mentors young adults and their parents struggling with addiction.The book:Daddy, Why Were You A Drug Addict?: Winning the War Amid My Angel and Devil Withinby Roger Ray BirdISBN 979-8218286651Available on Amazon for $11Roger's social directory: HERE
THE Game is just five days away.On Tuesday, Ryan Day and Jim Knowles, followed by five Ohio State players, met with the media to discuss the game with Michigan. What is the mood in Columbus?THE Podcast's Austin Ward, Bill Landis and Jeremy Birmingham read the room on the latest episode of Snap Judgments, presented by ByersAuto.com.Want to talk even more Ohio State football with the guys? Text us! Send a text to 614-662-4509 to get started and receive your first two weeks free.
Welcome to a special Thanksgiving episode of the Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast! In this episode, we gather to express our gratitude and appreciation for the things that have fueled our creativity in the classroom. Join hosts Dr. Matthew Werwood and Dr. Cyndi Burnett as they welcome special guests Laura Winkler, a gifted and education specialist, and Mark Frank, a STEM educator. They share their stories of gratitude towards their colleagues and innovative practices that have made a difference in their classrooms. From utilizing AI technology to repurposing everyday objects like spoons, these educators show how thinking outside the box can fuel creativity in education. So grab a seat at the table and join us for a heartwarming and inspiring Thanksgiving episode filled with gratitude and creativity. Eager to bring more creativity into your school district? Check out our sponsor Curiosity2Create.org and CreativeThinkingNetwork.com What to learn more about Design Thinking in Education? Do you want to build a sustained culture of innovation and creativity at your school? Visit WorwoodClassroom.com to understand how Design Thinking can promote teacher creativity and support professional growth in the classroom. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter!
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium It begins with a single raindrop, A recognition of something good. PAUSE… Your conscious mind zooms in, And observes the watery prism. Its curves, Its texture, And the sparks of magic glistening inside. PAUSE… The rush of gratitude, Spreads down your body. You feel lighter. More clear. And vibrant with life. PAUSE… Another raindrop appears, A recognition of another good. Your attention shifts to it. Again, observing its shape, And its sparks of joy inside. PAUSE… Another wave of gratitude pours over you, Even larger than before. Because gratitude grows exponentially, It compounds easily, And that raindrop quickly turns into a rainstorm of gratitude, Washing over you waves at a time. Leaving you joyfully saturated, And overflowing with gratitude. So imagine your arms are stretched up above you, Reaching to meet the falling raindrops. Eager to pay homage to all the good. PAUSE… Be here in the rain, And invite yourself to recognize each of the blessings, Every single lucky break, Every something special, And especially, All the gifts hidden amongst the darkest of storm clouds. LONG PAUSE... If you let them, If you just take the time to notice them, The raindrops of gratitude will kiss every inch of your body, Leaving no part of you dry or unaffected by the magic inside. PAUSE… Be here. Drenched with blessings. Overwhelmed with gratitude. Namaste, Beautiful
Eric Eager from Sumer Sports joins Davis Mattek to discuss scoring being down across the NFL, development curves for rookie QBs, #OurLions, the 2023 MVP Market & much more www.patreon.com/taekcast https://sumersports.com/
The Denver Broncos are back on primetime this Sunday as they take on the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football. Could we see a Patrick Surtain vs. Justin Jefferson matchup on primetime? Can the Broncos defense continue their recent stretch of good play against a Minnesota Vikings offense that has found a boost of momentum with Josh Dobbs at quarterback? Sayre Bedinger and Luke Braun cross it over to preview the Denver Broncos vs. Minnesota Vikings matchup on Sunday Night. WANT MORE DAILY DENVER BRONCOS CONTENT? For all of the latest Denver Broncos news today -- Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
In this episode, we explore the impactful "ACT" phase of PDCA, highlighting its value in practical application and advocating process standardization for peak performance. Today, we emphasize updating hiring and onboarding procedures post-"Go Live" to align with changes. Ensuring new hires receive current training is vital and reinforced by recording sessions.We also address the challenges of unresolved issues post-planning and introduce the idea of preserving unimplemented concepts for future implementation.Eager to know more? Tune in!TIME STAMPS[03:58] What the standardization process is about.[05:21] Standardizing processes: Integrating updates for effective onboarding.[09:47] Standardizing processes: Addressing unresolved challenges and idea preservationRESOURCESGrab our worksheet today at https://hilarycorna.com/process-worksheet-download/ and start making progress!Download the PDCA Process here: https://hilarycorna.com/pdca/
Eric Eagler joins the show to breakdown his favorite bets for NFL Week 11. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jesus Christ is returning soon. While we patiently await His return, how are we supposed to live now?In this fourth study from Titus 2:11–15 we talk about how to "look for the blessed hope and the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ" and give nine biblical ways we can practically “hope” and have an eager expectancy for the Lord's Return.-----------------» Join the Deeper Christian community and receive the Deeper Digest each Saturday, which includes all the quotes, articles, podcasts, and resources from Nathan and Deeper Christian from the week to help you grow spiritually.-----------------Deeper Christian Podcast • Episode 305View the shownotes for this episode and get other Christ-centered teaching and resources at: deeperChristian.com/305
In the heart of Texas, where football is more than a game—it's a way of life—Baylor University and Texas Christian University (TCU) had long shared a spirited rivalry. The annual clash between the Bears and the Horned Frogs was an eagerly anticipated event, a tradition that brought both schools and their communities together. One year, a creative idea sprouted in the minds of the student governments at Baylor and TCU. Eager to add a unique touch to their rivalry, they decided to collaborate on a special project. The student leaders envisioned a name for the game that would not only celebrate the fierce competition but also pay homage to the beauty of their shared Texas heritage. After much deliberation, the students settled on "The Bluebonnet Battle." The name was a nod to the state flower of Texas, the bluebonnet, and reflected the vibrant colors that painted the Texan landscape in spring. Excitement buzzed among the student leaders as they prepared to unveil the new name to the public. However, when the joint announcement was made, the reaction was unexpected. The public, including alumni, fans, and even casual observers, was quick to express their disapproval. Social media platforms erupted with comments ranging from confusion to outright disdain. Traditionalists argued that the name didn't capture the intensity of the rivalry, and some fans found it too soft for a hard-hitting football showdown. Despite the public backlash, the student governments stood firm in their decision. They believed in the symbolism of the bluebonnet, representing unity and shared Texan pride. Undeterred, they launched a social media campaign to explain the reasoning behind the name, hoping to garner support and change public opinion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to "The Mental Health Diet" podcast, your go-to source for a healthier and happier you. I'm your host, Sharifa, and in today's episode, we're taking a dive into the 7 foods to help beat anxiety and depression. Listening on Spotify? Ready to explore the path to better mental and physical well-being? Wondering how you can enhance your journey? Hit that 'Follow' button on Spotify and stay updated with our latest insights! Listening on Apple? Curious about the secrets to a healthier, happier you? Eager to discover transformative content? Want to stay in the loop? Subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts today and never miss an episode!" I'd love to hear from you! If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to leave a rating and review. Your feedback helps me create content that truly resonates with you. Thank you for being a vital part of our podcast community!" For podcast sponsorships, advertisements and collaborations, please email us at email@example.com
The Detroit Red Wings head into the pre-Sweden trip break with 3 of 4 points, but it wasn't smooth sailing along the way. After some due congratulations to Max Bultman & Dylan Larkin (3:20), tune in as we cover Detroit's OT loss to Cole Caufield & the Montreal Canadiens, including a massive mistake from James Reimer, a slumping team with stars like Dylan Larkin, Alex DeBrincat, Moritz Seider, & Jake Walman not performing, Fischer & Compher contributing, & more (4:30). Next, the Red Wings finding a way to beat the Columbus Blue Jackets, including Lucas Raymond's Datsyukian goal, Robby Fabbri's big night, Alex DeBrincat breaking his cold streak, Sprong & Walman joining in, a poor night in Detroit's own zone for Ville Husso, Jeff Petry, and defense overall, & more on Derek Lalonde's squad (14:55). After that, a conversation on whether Simon Edvinsson should be called up from the AHL's Grand Rapids Griffins, thoughts on benching Shayne Gostisbehere, Alex Lyon & when he'll get in, Fischer & Klim Kostin appreciation, & more on Steve Yzerman's rebuilding team (20:30). Next up, the Edmonton Oilers fired head coach Jay Woodcroft and brough in Connor McDavid's former coach Kris Knoblauch - what does this mean for McDavid, Draisaitl, Ken Holland, & Jeff Jackson? Is the Oilers season shot? How is Holland still in his GM position (33:05)? Finally, more NHL news including Zadorov, the Leafs, & Ryan Reaves (48:25) before we take your questions and comments during our Overtime segment (51:50) - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
The Program started Friday's show by giving out our midseason awards for the NFL MVP and NFL Coach of the Year. Then we talked about who of the three locals have the most at stake this weekend. Then we talked Chiefs with Eric Eager. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eric Eager joins Nick & Ken to breakdown and discuss Week 10 of the NFL. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast, Dr. Matthew Worwood and Dr. Cyndi Burnett dive into the fascinating world of technology tools in education with special guest Dr. Jim Diamond. One of the key themes discussed is the importance of evaluating tools regularly to support student learning. They explore how the context in which these tools are used can significantly vary from place to place, and what works in one educational setting may not work in another. Additionally, they delve into the need for educators to assess the affordances of these tools and determine if they align with their goals and objectives. Creativity also takes center stage in this episode. They discuss evaluating creativity in tools and techniques that stimulate divergent thinking in students. To recognize and foster creativity in their classrooms, educators are encouraged to define creativity in a specific context and set clear assessment criteria. Finally, the discussion looks at the potential of AI technologies like Chat GPT and the ethical considerations surrounding their use. Jim shares his thoughts on how Chat GPT can facilitate productive dialogue and brainstorming between educators and students while emphasizing the need for critical thinking and evaluation of AI-produced content. Tune in to this thought-provoking episode for valuable insights on evaluating and incorporating technology tools and creative thinking in education. Eager to bring more creativity into your school district? Check out our sponsor Curiosity2Create.org and CreativeThinkingNetwork.com What to learn more about Design Thinking in Education? Do you want to build a sustained culture of innovation and creativity at your school? Visit WorwoodClassroom.com to understand how Design Thinking can promote teacher creativity and support professional growth in the classroom. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter!
Are email newsletters out? Do people want or even read those anymore? Actually, yes! Old-school agency newsletters are a great way to position yourself as a trusted expert. Eager to learn proven strategies for engaging and valuable newsletters? A newsletter can be an invaluable tool to position yourself as a trusted advisor and expert by offering information that the audience genuinely wants to engage with and learn from. Today's guest shares his experience transitioning from owning a marketing agency to building newsletters for his media company. He shares his insights about the ways a newsletter should provide value and the type of content it should contain. Tune in to discover some truly helpful information on how to build a successful newsletter. Nate Kennedy is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who has been in the online marketing world since 2006. He has worked for many businesses in different niches and personally built and sold 7 different online businesses with 6 and 7 figure exits. More recently, he changed pace and now focuses on building newsletters for his media company. In this episode, we'll discuss: Being the curator vs. being a creator. Turning your newsletter into a business tool. How often should you send out a newsletter to be relevant? Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Sponsors and Resources Agency Analytics: Tired of endless manual reporting in order to show your clients the value your agency delivers? It's time to check out AgencyAnalytics, the best automated client reporting solution for marketing agencies. Try it for FREE for 14 days when you head over to AgencyAnalytics.com/Smart and sign up. It's time to see how life feels on the other side of manual reporting madness! How to Curate an Engaging Newsletter After working in online marketing for many years and building multimillion-dollar companies, Nate felt stressed with clients calling him at all hours and crushed under the pressure of what he had built. It was time for a change. Rather than relying solely on platforms like Facebook or Google for traffic, Nate was fascinated by the possibility of owning his audience. By building a targeted and engaged subscriber list, he could have more control over their reach and generate revenue through sponsorships and affiliate offers. Instead of going to these other networks and paying them to buy the audience, he could own even a small piece of that pie. In his experience, a newsletter should deliver valuable content for a specific niche or industry to provide maximum value to the target audience. This could be achieved in two ways: Build a newsletter around your thoughts, insights, and content to help said niche audience. Building it around curated content with a variety of useful sources within that industry. For instance, Nate sends out a newsletter focused on financial literacy for a specific audience. It's aimed at teaching consumers how to become financially smarter. This is not content he writes, he just curates it from different sources. On the other hand, he also has a different newsletter for entrepreneurs written by him with his thoughts and insights. How Should a Newsletter Look to Get People's Attention? This will depend on your goal and target audience. A more personalized newsletter with your insights on a matter should probably contain mainly text and not be filled with images and videos. As opposed to a more e-commerce-style newsletter aimed at selling products, which will contain more images, links, and videos. A lot of people go for a hybrid approach. How The Newsletter Can Become a Tool for Agency Business When it comes to building the subscriber list, Nate suggests running ads specifically promoting the newsletter and its benefits. However, right now he gets most of his new subscribers from one-step funnels, such as polls or surveys. This way, he engages potential subscribers and gathers information about their interests and preferences. This targeted approach ensures that the newsletter is attracting the right audience and providing content that resonates with them. By consistently sending out newsletters, agency owners can stay at the forefront of their client's minds and remind them of the reasons they initially hired the agency. This is particularly important in the competitive agency industry, where other agencies may attempt to win over clients with lower prices. Once, you've built an audience and started getting some traction, you might want to partner with some businesses that align with your values and beliefs. Sponsorships can provide an additional revenue stream without the need for hard selling. Just make sure to only recommend products that the business genuinely believes in. Recommending subpar products can damage the relationship with readers. How Often Should You Send Agency Newsletters? While the frequency of sending newsletters may vary, it will ultimately depend on your goal. A curated newsletter with advertisers can go out daily to be profitable while the more personal one aimed at building your brand can be sent out just once a week because the focus will be having the best possible content tailored to your audience. In the case of agencies, Nate suggests sending out newsletters two to three times a week. You don't want to bore your audience. As to the format, he favors a combination model, with a bit of curated content and links around the marketing world and some created content that provides value. The curated content can contain different sections, including the latest podcast, success stories, a tool section, and links to other videos they have created. This part will get you more clicks while the insights will help you build trust and rapport. Leveraging AI to Keep Our Newsletter Crisp, Clever, and Compelling Once your newsletter blueprint is complete, optimization begins. Nate A/B tests sections and subject lines for maximum engagement. He crafts subject lines to drive readers to buried treasures below the fold. Though the above holds attention, compelling lower hooks ensure total reads. For curated content creation, Nate enlists AI's aid. He feeds it articles, prompting paragraph summaries for each section. The AI delivers raw materials to refine. Furthermore, to get more specific results you could feed the AI with your agency's stories and results and then ask for ideas for blog spots. With the right prompt, it can be an amazing tool to get your creative juices started and provide something you can then add to with your own words. Do You Want to Transform Your Agency from a Liability to an Asset? If you want to be around amazing agency owners who can see what you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency, go to Agency Mastery 360. Our agency growth program enables you to take a 360-degree view of your agency and gain mastery of the 3 pillar systems (attract, convert, scale) so you can create predictability, wealth, and freedom.
Buzzing at the business conference, fueled by star-powered insights from the likes of Matthew McConaughey and Jay Shetty. Excited by networking with fellow female trailblazers, they zoomed in on leveraging influence and social media for a business boom. Eager for more, they shared takeaways, hungering for the next conference. Switching gears, the author's time management quirks clashed with their partner's, fuelling plans for epic bashes and a sizzling bake-off. Amidst the chaos of business, challenges were met head-on. In another fiery chat, debates on bilingual kids roared, questioning if Spanish should be enforced. Seeking an expert's advice, they admitted a detour but pledged focused content next time.Sponsors:Better Help - Get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp.com/FITISHShip Station - Get a 60-day free trial at shipstation.com/FITISH. Thanks to ShipStation for sponsoring the show!
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