Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life
“I like thinking with viruses because they're constantly infecting us, changing our nature. Some of them are even changing our genome. We're constantly in relation with the world around us even though we can barely perceive and understand all of this complexity.” In this episode, we are joined by anthropologist Eben Kirksey, who invites us to think and feel through a new wave of viral theory through a lens of multi-species entanglement. Through his insatiable curiosity about nature-culture, Eben humbly approaches the viral world as one that reflects the limitations of fixed or reductive categorization. Ultimately, he leaves us with an invitation to explore how radically re-thinking viral systems can offer alternative ways of approaching contemporary socio-political predicaments. He asks: how can we sit with the complexities of symbiotic assemblages amongst species, and what novel relationships are imperative to uplift in an age of extinction? About the guest: Eben Kirksey is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Oxford where he teaches Medical Anthropology and Human Ecology. He earned his PhD at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and helped found one of the world's first Environmental Humanities programs at UNSW Sydney in Australia. Investigating some of the most important stories of our time—related to biotechnology, the environment, and social justice—led him to Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas. His books include Freedom in Entangled Worlds (2012) and Emergent Ecologies (2015)–plus The Multispecies Salon (2014), and The Mutant Project (2020), a book that follows some of the world's first genetically modified people. (The musical offering featured in this episode Lose My Mind by RVBY MY DEAR. The episode-inspired artwork is by Luci Pina.) Green Dreamer is a community-supported podcast. Join our Patreon and contribute a gift of any amount today to help keep our platform alive: greendreamer.com/support
Standig Room Only: A show about the Washington Football Team and D.C. sports
The Athletic's Ben Standig is focused on the Commanders' ownership and business with Sportico's Eben Novy-Williams and Sports Business Journal's John Ourand. Ben and Eben discuss all angles of the potential franchise sale, including a realistic timeline, a lurking Jeff Bezos and how Magic Johnson could help public frontrunner Josh Harris become the next owner (8:55). Then Ben and John on the Commanders-NBCSW breakup, and what business opportunities (host an NFL Draft?) exist for Washington if Snyder sells (35:10). Plus, Cam Sims is moving on.
This week, we're exploring the true power of artificial intelligence by interviewing Jasper, an AI chatbot. Jasper's massive computer brain knows a lot more than you'd think, and it's equal parts impressive and frightening. We'll test Jasper's travel chops, get some useful recommendations, hear about its love life, and learn whether or not it's coming for our jobs. We'll also explore some of the ethical considerations when utilizing artificial intelligence for content creation. How do two guys "interview" a chatbot, you ask? Well, you'll have to tune in to find out.In Hot Takes, Tim and Eben discuss what they would do if AI actually did take their jobs. Neither want to leave the travel biz – and may end up becoming Airbnb hosts. The pair also ponder what the most AI-proof jobs are.Relevant links: Jasper.ai NBD S3, Ep. 8: How Artificial Intelligence Will Shape The Travel Industry's Future What is AI and how does it work? Tim's Instagram Eben's Instagram
Scott and Eben speak with Major League Pickleball founder Steve Kuhn and chief commercial officer Bruce Bundrant about the sport's rapid rise in participation, the sale of $3 million franchises, and MLP's commercial future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on Stories from the Road, Eben and Tim debate one of air travel's most divisive topics: whether or not to check a bag, when you don't necessarily need to. Eben is a firm non-bag-checker, and for his part, he reads his report on why you'll never catch him hanging 'round the baggage carousel. Tim isn't necessarily anti. He often checks his snowboard gear bag when traveling in winter, or a duffel on other occasions when having specific gear is necessary to make a trip happen. But in general, he's a carry-on guy (though long-time listeners are familiar with his stance on gate-checking). For his part on today's show, he reads the writer Matt Meltzer's take on why checking a bag makes the travel experience better for everyone.Relevant links: I fly 200 times a year. Here's why I always check a bag. How to travel anywhere in the world with a small backpack This small backpack is the only travel pack an efficient packer needs Eben's Instagram Tim's Instagram Matt Meltzer's Instagram
Viuvez 5, 10,15, 50 anos. Não importa quantos anos você ficou casada. Perder o cônjuge é sempre um baque muito grande. Dividimos a vida, os sonhos, alegrias e dores com aquela pessoa que nos conhece tão bem e, de repente, não temos mais essa comunhão e parceria. Como lidar com essa dor? Como continuar a vida quando um pedaço de nós foi enterrado junto? Nessa conversa com a querida Margareth Mattes conversamos sobre confiar em Deus e depositar nele toda nossa segurança quando o apoio nessa terra acaba. Se você, está nesse processo de luto e viuvez, sinta-se abraçada por nós, e que essa entrevista sirva de consolo e força para seu dia hoje! Recursos Mencionados O primeiro episódio com a Margareth foi o 88: Ninho Vazio e Cheio da Graça de Deus Ela citou o livro "Hesed: Esperança em Tempos Difíceis" do autor Victor Hugo Michel Ela também citou os vídeos sobre o luto do Ebenézer Bittencourt. O link está abaixo: https://www.youtube.com/live/_wepuKO6ShQ?feature=share
Tune in to hear:- Why did Eben's company Toews create the holiday “ National Investment Risk Management Day?”- What are some of Eben's candidates for the worst investment ideas of the year?- How can we be open to innovation and progress without becoming too easy to fool?- For folks who did “everything right” last year, they still had a really tough year - how can we convince people to engage in prudent risk management behaviors when you are still going to take a hit sometimes regardless of doing the right thing? - How can investors be thoughtful about managing risk once they have the basics of a diversified portfolio covered?- Toews has a yearly survey that compares advisor and end investor perceptions across a couple market realities - where are they finding that advisors and clients seeing eye to eye and where do they see things differently?- What would Eben council advisors do differently based on the findings of the above study?https://toewscorp.comhttps://biicoaching.comCompliance Code: 0363-OAS-2/8/2023Copy: 0356-OAS-2/7/2023
Scott and Eben are joined by journalist and entrepreneur Bonnie Bernstein on International Women's Day to discuss women in sports, Title IX's legacy, and Bernstein's new podcast, She Got Game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest, Dr. Eben Alexander, is here to tell you that near-death experience is not merely the stuff of sci-fi movies: it's real! In November 2008, Dr. Eben lapsed into a coma after suffering from a disease so lethal that only 1 in 10,000,000 survive. After the week-long coma, he experienced a transcendental near-death experience that completely transformed his worldview. In this episode, Dr. Eben shares the "life review" he experienced as a result. He explains it as a personal revelation — a God's-eye point of view that helped him understand that we're truly “all in this together.” We also discuss how it's possible to recover memories of our past lives through modalities like binaural sounds and hypnotic regression. If you're intrigued by how we can access our primordial mind to recover memories to help us deeply define our souls' roles in our life journey, this riveting episode will help. Tune in! The show notes, including the transcript and checklist to this episode, are at getyourselfoptimized.com/398.
Scott and Eben discuss a recent report that Adam Silver is on a short list to replace Bob Iger at Disney. They also talk about the NHL trade deadline, and the $27,500 question surrounding a 53-year-old NCAA basketball record. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Artificial intelligence is a controversial yet fascinating topic, particularly since the release of Chat GPT in November 2022. Matador Network founder and CEO Ross Borden joins No Blackout Dates to discuss how AI will shape the future of travel – from the way we research and plan trips to how we actually book and pay for them. The timing of today's interview is of particular importance at Matador, as the company's new AI-powered travel recommendation service Guide Geek officially launches this week. Ross discusses the idea behind Guide Geek as well as how he sees AI coming to the forefront of nearly every aspect of daily life. The trio also get into where AI falls short and what needs to happen to keep it from taking over the world, Terminator 2 style. Are our darkest dystopian fears about to come true? No one knows. But as Tim says, you can spark a legal joint to the inevitability of progress. Even if that progress takes a while to win over popular opinion.In Hot Takes, Tim and Eben discuss their personal biggest fears surrounding AI. Both, it seems, are worried about the potential for harmful deepfakes to run rampant across social media. The hosts also fear that many aspects of the media – including travel recommendations and planning – might lose that personal touch.Relevant links: GuideGeek from Matador Bing's A.I. Chat: ‘I Want to Be Alive – from the New York Times As A.I. Booms, Lawmakers Struggle to Understand the Technology - from The New York Times Eben's Instagram Tim's Instagram
Scott and Eben discuss MSG+, the direct-to-consumer product coming from MSG Network, and what it says about the future of local sports broadcasts. They also talk about surprise comments from new NCAA president Charlie Baker, and the Dan Snyder latest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss Marc Lasry selling his stake in the Milwaukee Bucks to Dee and Jimmy Haslam at a $3.5 billion valuation. They also talk about the Commanders sale, and a new investor in the sports agency Athletes First. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Der kleine Hundewelpe versteht die Welt nicht mehr: Eben noch saß er ängstlich in einem Käfig. Plötzlich wohnt er auf Mareis Bauernhof. Vieles kennt er noch nicht: Bäume, Hundekorb – und die Kater Arthur und Paul. Ab jetzt heißt er Kritschelack, weil er schwarz ist wie Lakritz. Zusammen gründen sie die Flohhalsband-Bande und haben viel Spaß. Alle 5 Folgen der OHRENBÄR-Hörgeschichte: Kritschelack und die Flohhalsband-Bande von Ilke S. Prick. Es liest: Florian Lukas.
On this episode of Comeback Stories, Darren & Donny are joined by Eben Britton, a former NFL offensive lineman, health advocate, cannabis activist & host of The Eben Flow podcast. Eben describes growing up as a child of divorce, and how pressure quickly mounted to be the "alpha" of the household at a young age. Eben explains how he then found an escape in athletics, and believed that "doing battle" usually solved all his problems. Eben talks about having a "thinking disease" being in a family line of alcoholics, and how a transformative treatment helped him gain a real sense of hope. Eben explains how he now values time above all, and how turning to hot yoga & psychedelics enriches his life today. Follow Eben here: https://twitter.com/edsbritton Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 480-701-8844
Scott and Eben discuss the latest in the ManU sale. They also talk MLS season kickoff, Pac-12 media rights, an arbitration fight in Milwaukee, and Ryan Reynolds's pursuit of the Ottawa Senators. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss YouTube mixtape sensation Mac McClung's Slam Dunk Contest win, and what it means for All-Star struggles at every league. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Derek and Noah serve up an A Bite Of interview with the Director of Photography for The Last of Us episodes 3, 4, & 5, Eben Bolter! Eben reflects on the impact of Long, Long Time, how they shot the ambush scene in Please Hold My Hand, and the creation of kid clicker in Endure and Survive. Plus, a bonus Nick Offerman giggle story!Thanks for listening to A Bite Of don't forget to rate and subscribe! Still want more? Check out the links below and connect with us!!INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/abiteofpod FACEBOOK: facebook.com/abiteofpodTWITTER: twitter.com/ABiteOfPodTWITCH: twitch.tv/abiteofYOUTUBE: youtube.com/channelWEBSITE: abiteofpod.comMERCH: abiteofpod.bigcartel.comDISCORD: https://discord.com/invite Support the show
Scott and Eben speak with XFL president Russ Brandon about the upcoming reboot, and his desire to be a "league of innovation, not of gimmicks." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss the Super Bowl, the ads, and a streaming victory for Fox Sports. They also talk about the ManU sale, the Haslams' NBA interest, and another fund looking to buy up equity franchise stakes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Foreign correspondents have a unique role to fill – reporting on situations happening across the world, for an audience back home. Tommy Walker has spent over a decade overseas, covering everything from current events to travel lifestyle. Tommy joins No Blackout Dates to share the inside scoop on what's it like to be on the ground covering breaking news. The discussion gets deep into how a Chinese encroachment on Taiwan could impact travel to the island, how travelers are punished for poor behavior around the globe, and being on the ground in and around Ukraine during the invasion.In Hot Takes, Tim and Eben discuss how to interpret state-issued travel advisories that pop up when planning a trip. The pair also discuss the idea of visiting Ukraine or Russia right now, and the ethics of visiting countries that currently are or recently have been embroiled in conflict.Relevant links: Tommy's website Tommy's Twitter US State Department travel advisories Tim's Instagram Eben's Instagram
Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House
Hermann Eben, the Founder of GR8 Relationships, in a pre-Valentine's Day conversation, in order to encourage Christian couples, contrasted the definition of love from God's viewpoint with the world's definition. The website address is gr8relationships.com.
Scott and Eben speak with Los Angeles Chargers RB Austin Ekeler about his off-field businesses, including real estate holdings, venture investments, and the launch of Eksperience, an app to help connect fans with athletes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss the NFL's booming business as it enters its most important week of the year. They also talk about what Manchester City's potential punishment means for European soccer, and why right-handed defenseman are paid more in the NHL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss Tom Brady's most recent retirement, and what it means for Brady's future with Fox Sports. They also talk about NWSL expansion, and the electrolyte battle between Coke's Body Armour and Pepsi's Gatorade. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
These days, more and more jobs can be done while traveling. That includes stripping – and today, Stella is here to talk about what it's like to travel to different strip clubs around the country as a professional dancer. She's worked at clubs from Florida to Chicago to the northeast, and she breaks down the differences in the job based on location, including some insight into how one should behave when on the other side of the performance. She supplements her income between travels as an OnlyFans creator.Stella's viewpoint is a refreshing take on a profession that is often the victim of stereotyping. As it turns out, doing what she does takes thick skin and a lot of determination. In Stella's case, it's been a job she's wanted since grade school.Filling in for Tim today is our regular guest host Melanie Sutrathada, returning for the first time in 2023. In Hot Takes, Eben and Melanie discuss what travel job they'd love to have that they haven't tried. Melanie, as it turns out, desires to visit every Baskin Robins store, while Eben would fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a circus performer. The pair also cover the social responsibilities of parents traveling with small children. Relevant links: Stella Sweet on OnlyFans S2, Ep. 1: Inside OnlyFans and the NSFW Travel World S2, Ep. 28: Let There Be Red Light: Inside Amsterdam's Sex Industry Melanie's Instagram Eben's Instagram
Scott and Eben discuss the Super Bowl showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs. They also talk about Jim Dolan's recent FOX 5 interview, FaZe Clan shoes, and how Sarah McLachlan's “Angel” fits into the Super Bowl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HBO's "The Last Of Us" has been airing over the last few weeks to rave reviews from critics, fans of the video game, and new audiences who are getting sucked into the world of Joel and Ellie. Last night's episode, "Long Long Time," has received some of the strongest and most emotional reactions from the fandom yet and marks the first episode shot by cinematographer Eben Bolter, who also shot episodes 4 ("Please Hold My Hand"), 5 ("Endure and Survive") and 6 ("Kin"). Without revealing any spoilers, Eben was kind enough to spend some time talking with us about his work on the show, which you can listen to down below. Thank you, and enjoy! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
Let It Be Easy with Susie Moore
I first came across Dr. Eben Alexander in an Oprah interview a few years ago and was fascinated by his story. I immediately purchased his bestselling book Proof of Heaven and loved it.He's a neurosurgeon, and his book Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife describes his near-death experience in 2008, which saw him put into a medically-induced coma to be treated for meningitis. His coma resulted in brain death, but he experienced a whole new world that he describes in vivid, moving detail. Eben now teaches us that consciousness is not a product of the brain. And that we are much greater than our physical bodies. This conversation is moving and enlightening, and after learning about his experience, the way you interpret what death means may never be the same again.Also, I want to give you FREE access to my signature course, Slay Your Year (usually $997)! All you have to do is: Leave a review of this podcast. Email a screenshot of your review to email@example.comSimple as that!
Eben Holden by Irving Bacheller audiobook. Eben Holden - A Tale of the North Country. Having lost both parents and his home in northern Vermont, orphan Willie Brower is taken in by Eben Holden, "Uncle Eb" who transports him westward to save him from being sent to an orphanage. Through the Adirondacks and into the St. Lawrence valley they travel. Eben is kind, happy, and loves to tell stories to the youngster, many of which were to shape the life and ideals of Willie during his life. This story follows Willie as a young orphan, later as a journalist, and finally as a soldier who enlists in the army at the outset of the American Civil War. The book was immensely popular when it was published in 1900 and the years to follow, as the characters were all drawn from people who the author had known himself.
Scott and Eben discuss Los Angeles Angels owner Arte Moreno pulling the MLB team off the market. They also discuss Sportico's Premier League valuations, eye-popping numbers for women's cricket in India, and Sapphire Sport's latest funding round. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss the latest with the NFL playoffs, including the financial motivations behind a possible shift to neutral-site conference title games. They also talk about licensed consumer products, and the unique sale of the Portland Thorns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
O Brasil, e boa parte do mundo, sofrem com o déficit de profissionais de tecnologia. A necessidade das empresas contrasta com a realidade do país, como é possível ter tantas vagas disponíveis, e, ao mesmo tempo, tantos desempregados? A resposta é simples: educação. A formação de profissionais de tecnologia ainda é pequena, principalmente entre as pessoas que vivem longe dos grandes centros e possuem limitações sociais. Neste episódio do EmpreendaCast, você vai conhecer o Eliel Ebenézer, um empreendedor inconformado que decidiu mudar essa realidade. Eliel se tornou desenvolvedor graças a oportunidade que recebeu de um mentor, e hoje ajuda pessoas com diferentes backgrounds a entrarem no mundo da tecnologia através da Qodeless, empresa de treinamentos e mentorias acelerados e totalmente voltados para pessoas. Siga o nosso Instagram: @empreendacast Participe do nosso grupo no Telegram: https://t.me/empreendacast
In this week's Stories From The Road, Eben reads aloud his narrative of visiting the remains of the Treblinka concentration camp in Poland. As someone with ethnic ties to the Holocaust, the experience painted a vivid picture of one of humanity's biggest atrocities. For Eben's travel companion, visiting Treblinka proved equally jarring.Relevant links: Visiting A Concentration Camp Is Not Just an Excursion. It's a Lesson in Humanity. Muzeum Treblinka
Scott and Eben discuss a major business tie-up in youth baseball, where David Blitzer and Josh Harris are buying a second little league platform and merging the two. They also chat SRX Racing, and Messi vs. Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss the opening round of the NFL playoffs, as young quarterbacks seize the spotlight. They also talk about Netflix's new tennis series, Kevin Warren's new job, and the WWE latest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Travel to places far off the typical tourist track – think Iraq, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia – is an increasingly common theme here on No Blackout Dates. As the founder of Untamed Borders, a tour operator that hosts guided trips to places like Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Yemen, and elsewhere, James Wilcox knows more about the logistics of visiting often misunderstood destinations than perhaps anyone. James has built an entire business around creating itineraries for intrepid travelers looking to explore countries we often perceive to be dangerous or inaccessible. James discusses how Untamed Borders plans and executes trips to dangerous locales, including his thoughts on state department warnings and how seriously they should be taken. He also talks about the important role of tourism in helping places impacted by war and other disasters get back on their feet. In Hot Takes, Tim and Eben break down the times they've felt unsafe on the road, as well as the countries they really want to visit in order to gain a deeper understanding than what's presented by the mass media. Relevant links: Untamed Borders US State Department Travel Advisories NEOM Is on Track To Be the World's First “Sustainable” City. Here's What We Know Into Iraq with Michael Palin Untamed Borders Instagram Tim's Instagram Eben's Instagram
With two of the four major sports teams in DC for sale, it seemed like a good time to go deep on how those sales get done. Eben Novy-Williams is the man who has that knowledge as one of the founders of Sportico. Craig and Eben talk about the unique-ness of the Snyder sale of the Commanders, where things stand, when they could get done, and more. Plus, why Eben wouldn't be surprised to see the Nats come off the market in the next few months without a sale.
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Scott and Eben speak with Georgia AD Josh Brooks following the Bulldogs' second straight national title. They discuss the granular things that Brooks prioritizes, like the smell of the stadium, the taste of the ice, and the price of concessions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben discuss Vince McMahon's surprise return to WWE, and his plans to potentially sell the wrestling company. They also talk NFL playoffs, the college football championship, and the silence surrounding Dana White. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The second installment of Stories From The Road pits Tim and Eben against each other in one of their most classic debates: whether or not coworking spaces are worth the money. Tim is famously pro-coworking, having held memberships at spaces across the world from Bali to Oaxaca to Colorado. He credits coworking for helping him find friends, clients, and professional development while traveling abroad.Eben, on the other hand, takes a more pessimistic approach. He feels the coworking spaces are a scam -- that they charge way too much money for what is effectively a glorified coffee shop. Why pay money to go sit somewhere and be quiet, when you could do the same thing at a library -- and even take home a good book to read?Let us know your thoughts on coworking spaces by dropping a review wherever you get your podcasts, or by shooting an email to noblackoutdatespod at gmail.Relevant links: Are coworking spaces worth it or a waste of money? Outpost coworking Bali Newburyport Public Library
Scott and Eben discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's introduction to his new club in Saudi Arabia. They also discuss an ugly incident involving UFC president Dana White, changes coming to the NCAA, and Fanatics' latest move. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott and Eben recap the biggest sports business stories of the past 12 months and discuss their expectations for 2023. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To kick off 2023, Tim and Eben plunge into the depths of the travel industry – uncovering the trends they expect to see this year, along with their best travel stories from 2022. The hosts also break down the destinations doing things the right way – whether that be reframing an outdated image, innovating new ways to experience the destination, or just being a cool spot that offers a unique travel experience.One breakthrough to note – the hosts appear to have flipped their opinion on guided tours, thanks to the rise of pioneering tour operators taking travelers to places they likely couldn't visit otherwise, no matter how adventurous they are. Immersive experiences are on the rise, as are . . . zero-proof cocktails and highway rest stops? We'll see about that.Relevant links: The best small towns to visit in the United States in 2023 The best European small towns to visit in 2023 A Culinary Trip To Israel's Galilee Region Highlights the Country's Past and Innovative Future Walk Through 5,000 Years of Human History in Jerusalem's Fully Accessible Old City For the Truly Dedicated, Northern British Columbia Is the Best Place in the World To Heli-Ski This Small Backpack Is the Only Travel Pack an Efficient Packer Needs Immerse Yourself in All Things Salvador Dalí at This Digital Art Exhibit in Denver's Trendiest Warehouse Food and Wine's 2023 Travel Trends (Mocktails) Tim's Instagram Eben's Instagram
Nach zwei richtig guten College-Halbfinals stand am Neujahrstag Spieltag Nummer 17 auf dem Plan. Und dieser Gameday hatte es teilweise richtig in sich. Die Packers machen kurzen Prozess mit den Vikings und halten so ihre Play-Off-Chance hoch. Dazu ein Brady der sagt „Wir spielen Tief auf Mike und gewinnen dann zwar nicht hoch! Aber wir gewinnen“. Doch das waren nicht die einzigen Überraschungen. Commanders HC Rivera der erst auf der PK erfährt, das sie ihr Play-Off-Ticket verlieren könnten! Die Raiders die ohne Carr plötzlich Football spielen und die 49ers in die Verlängerung zwingen. All das wird besprochen. Und Dank einer grossen Portion Sprachnachrichten sogar noch vieles darüber hinaus. Viel Spass mit dieser XXL Folge
Scott and Eben speak with Laura Andriani, vice president of consulting at Two Circles, about how the firm uses data to maximize revenue, and where to look for innovation in sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hermann Eben has served in various executive management roles for 40+ years in the business arena. Hermann's world was devastated in 1991 when he received a phone call. The caller told him that his wife, Louie, was having an affair and that a package would be coming to prove the allegations. After seeing the evidence, he called his pastor, who decided it would be best for Hermann and Louie to meet with Dr. Marlin Howe to work through their relationship. The church had been using Dr. Howe's Hope for the Family video series for about five years.God did a fantastic thing and restored their marriage. After a couple of years of God's blessing and healing, Hermann and Louie decided, with the approval of the church elders, to use their experience to help others. And that is what they have been doing for 30 years. With the foundation of Dr. Howe's work and blessing, Hermann developed GR8 Relationships (www.gr8relate.com) in 2000. He and Louie have held countless weekend seminars, met with couples one-on-one, and facilitated weekly study groups. Together they are on a mission to restore marriages and relationships.For more on Hermann and Louie and to get their materials, see www.gr8relate.com
This week's guest, Eben Britton, sits down with John and Tex to share the evolution of his journey in life that brought him to the physical battlegrounds of the NFL and onto a spirtiual space to connect with people. Shownotes: https://pahq.co/Ep672 Are you looking to fortify your mobility & stability? Iron Flex is designed to improve the movement of ANY individual, no matter how athletic you are. START TODAY - https://powerathletehq.com/ironflex/ Check out what we do: Training - https://powerathletehq.com/training Nutrition - https://powerathletehq.com/nutrition Knowledge - https://academy.powerathletehq.com