Today David notes a pervasive aspect of social order and law that seems to be wholly missing from the Christian worldview or, more broadly, Christian cosmology. He uses Herman Bavinck, A.W. Pink, William Blackstone, the U.S. Constitution, and a familiar 1992 SCOTUS decision to demonstrate his point. Faithful politics must begin to deal with this forgotten cosmological reality.Support the show: https://www.factennessee.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nels and Vincent take apart an amazing symbiosis consisting of two bacteria, one bacteriophage, and seven different genomes all within a single-celled alga. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Links for this episode •Join the MicrobeTV Discord server •A single crowded cryptomonad cell (Curr Biol) •Letters read on TWiEVO 94 Science Picks Nels – What happened at NIH during the last government shutdown Vincent – Geneticist J. Craig Venter: ‘I consider retirement tantamount to death' Music on TWiEVO is performed by Trampled by Turtles Send your evolution questions and comments to email@example.com
Today David notes a pervasive aspect of social order and law that seems to be wholly missing from the Christian worldview or, more broadly, Christian cosmology. He uses Herman Bavinck, A.W. Pink, William Blackstone, the U.S. Constitution, and a familiar 1992 SCOTUS decision to demonstrate his point. Faithful politics must begin to deal with this forgotten cosmological reality.
Bist du niedrig, mittel- oder hochsensibel? Ich persönlich wusste lange nicht, warum ich eigentlich viel mehr wahrnehme als andere Menschen um mich herum. Bis ich erkannt habe, dass ich ein sehr sensibler und feinfühliger Mensch bin. Für mich ist es heute ein Geschenk: Für mich ist diese vermeintliche Schwäche in Wahrheit eine Stärke. Wenn wir mit dem Verstand nicht weiterkommen, sind unsere Gefühle und die menschliche Fähigkeit zur Wahrnehmung ein kraftvolles Element im Zusammenspiel von Körper, Geist und Seele – eben ein kluger Wegweiser. Ich wünsche Dir viel Freude beim Zuhören! Schau dir jetzt das gemeinsame Interview mit Josie an: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruGnJC7mzwI Fragen des Selbsttests: Neigst Du zu Tagträumen oder ausgeklügelten Gedankenspielen? Nimmst Du Gefühle sehr stark wahr von himmelhoch jauchzend bis zu Tode betrübt? Fühlst du Dich sehr häufig vom Leben erschöpft und überfordert? Nimmst Du Deine Umwelt ständig in vielen Details wahr? Bist Du leicht gestresst und fühlst Dich unter Leistungsdruck? Würdest Du Dein Leben am liebsten unabhängig von anderen gestalten? Hast Du ein gutes Einfühlungsvermögen in andere? Klingen Dinge, die Du erlebst, lange in Dir nach? Neigst Du zum Perfektionismus? Hast Du eine starkes Bauchgefühl, was für Dich richtig und falsch ist? Erlebst Du Dinge wie Kunst und Musik besonders intensiv? Hast Du ein ausgeprägtes Harmoniebedürfnis? Lässt Du Dich leicht von der Stimmung anderer Menschen anstecken? Link zu Studie: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41398-017-0090-6 Links zu den 1:1 Coaching-Programmen:
Hello my loves. Welcome to Episode 115. In this episode, I chat all about the element of metal and the lung and large instestine channels and how to use this knowledge to heal. So...stay tuned!
This week Noah and Steve dig into motion detectors for Home Assistant, some exciting new features for Matrix 2.0 that have landed, and of course your questions! -- During The Show -- Enjoying Tech Personal bleeding over to professional Communication Skills 04:36 Cloning SSDs - Kris Why did snapshots not work? Immutable OS Automate environment rebuild Ansible Snowflakes Work out of VMs Clonezilla 16:19 Can you save Ring locally? - HJ Ring warrant-less access Do Not Buy Ring Axis A8105 (https://www.axis.com/products/axis-a8105-e/support) Amcrest Doorbell (Amazon) (https://www.amazon.com/Amcrest-Doorbell-Weatherproof-Wide-Angle-AD110/dp/B07ZJS3L5Y) 21:00 Plug for Gathering - Steve Netreo Nugget (https://go.netreo.com/nugget-2023) 22:40 Penguin Prince Open Source "V Tubing" software Vpuppr (https://github.com/virtual-puppet-project/vpuppr) 26:42 Old Sticky Tablet - Twobit 70% or higher Isopropol Aclchol 28:40 News Wire Gnome 45 - Gnome (https://release.gnome.org/45/) Nano Pro Gen 12 - Tuxedo Computers (https://www.tuxedocomputers.com/en/TUXEDO-Nano-Pro-Gen12.tuxedo) Fedora 39 Beta - Beta News (https://betanews.com/2023/09/19/fedora-39-beta-features-upgrades-future/) Cairo 1.18 - Gitlab FreeDesktop.org (https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/cairo/cairo/-/tags/1.18.0) LTS Linux Support - ZDnet (https://www.zdnet.com/article/long-term-support-for-linux-kernel-to-be-cut-as-maintainence-remains-under-strain/) OpenTofu - SDX Central (https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/news/linux-foundation-jumps-into-infrastructure-as-code-with-opentofu/2023/09/) Red Hat & Oracel Announcement - Wral Tech Wire (https://wraltechwire.com/2023/09/20/truce-red-hat-oracle-put-aside-open-source-feud-for-broader-partnership/) Red Hat & Intel Collaboration - Business Wire (https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230919278918/en/Red-Hat-Collaborates-with-Intel-to-Deliver-Open-Source-Industrial-Automation-to-the-Manufacturing-Shop-Floor) CentOS Integration SIG - CentOS (https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-devel/2023-August/143077.html) Gitness - Tech Crunch (https://techcrunch.com/2023/09/21/oh-gitness-harness-launches-gitness-an-open-source-github-competitor/) NVIDIA InfiniBand Driver - Phoronix (https://www.phoronix.com/news/NVIDIA-800Gbs-XDR-MLX5-Linux) BlindChat - Mark Tech Post (https://www.marktechpost.com/2023/09/24/meet-blindchat-an-open-source-artificial-intelligence-project-to-develop-fully-in-browser-and-private-conversational-ai/) MAmmoth LLMs - Mark Tech Post (https://www.marktechpost.com/2023/09/22/meet-mammoth-a-series-of-open-source-large-language-models-llms-specifically-tailored-for-general-math-problem-solving/) 40th Anniversary of GNU - FSF.org (https://www.fsf.org/news/forty-years-of-gnu-and-the-free-software-movement) 31:36 Radar vs Photon Detection Home Assistant first Three Classes of devices Science Project Higher end, designed for Home Assistant Kinda cloudy, able to to work Home Assistant Inovelli Red (https://inovelli.com/collections/z-wave-light-switches-red-series) Temperature change vs microwaves PIR vs Microwave Sensors (https://greenlighting.co.uk/pir-vs-microwave-sensors-need/) Aqara Presence Sensor (https://www.aqara.com/us/product/presence-sensor-fp2) Mapping the room Tracking multiple occupants 20 lbs dog vs 200 lbs human Ghost mode Requires app to setup Cost Placement Sonoff PIR Powering sensors 45:48 Element 2.0 Element X Sliding sync Syncing room list MSC3401 (https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-spec-proposals/pull/3401) Live Kit (https://livekit.io/) MSC3861 (https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-spec-proposals/pull/3861) Open ID Connect Correct response to criticism Eating their own dog food EU inter-operable chat mandate Minimal Matrix/Linearized Matrix Compete Youtube Stream (https://www.youtube.com/watch?embeds_referring_euri=https%3A%2F%2Fmatrix.org%2F&source_ve_path=Mjg2NjQsMTY0NTAz&feature=emb_share&v=3DhyZZjyn9c) Matrix Blog Post (https://matrix.org/blog/2023/09/matrix-2-0/) -- The Extra Credit Section -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! 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What does Liberation mean to you? Well, Mayume n' Manjeet talk about their in-person events around the Seattle area in which they bring together a group of intuitive women for spiritual learnings, connection and readings! Listen in as they discuss connecting the energy of liberation with the element of air... breath work....which can bring us to a state of balance, healing and control in many areas of our life. So, tune in and tap into that "Freedom" energy! Who doesn't value Freedom?! Join them as they travel around the Seattle area bringing together Lightworkers and continue to podcast to you, their beautiful listeners! Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review! and follow the ladies on Instagram: @mayumenmanjeet
What's SHE Up To Now Day 2067? Being In One's Own Element...Impact On Confidence Goals? Drop in to get the real scoop--the good, the bad, the ugly, the truth (well my truth anyway). https://facebook.com/beme2thrive #documentthejourney #shareyourexperience #beinownelement
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This week we're discussing an art exhibition that pops off the walls, innovation in the food tech space, and a long-used app that has resurfaced at the top of my favorites list. Listen further to hear about a surprise-filled weekend and a few key components to make any celebration feel larger than life. Lean into the element of surprise and stay peachy my friends!
ABOUT TOGETHER DIGITAL We are a national community of influential women in digital – who choose to share their knowledge, power, and purpose by coming together to make meaningful connections and deeper conversations happen so we all move forward, faster.Join the movement.ABOUT THE LOUNGE Looking for more purpose, fulfillment, and professional and personal development? Be a part of our LIVE podcast audience and end your week with Together Digital's Chief Empowerment Officer, Amy Vaughan as she hosts authentic conversations with women in digital who wish to see change or be the change within their industry. Register now and reserve your seat.THIS WEEK'S TOPIC: Have you ever worn a mask to fit in? Felt like a round peg in a square hole? This episode is your sanctuary, as we journey alongside Kari Ginsburg from Upwork Coaching LLC, the Head Badass in Charge, who bares it all about the importance of being comfortable in your own skin and leading authentically. From her transition from a federal job to running a coaching practice, Kari illustrates how her journey has supported both personal and organizational transformations.Do you feel the pressure of traditional leadership styles weighing you down? Kari's radical approach will open your eyes. She shares her insights on breaking away from the patriarchal leadership mold and the importance of creating safe spaces to explore our unique leadership styles. As an introvert herself, she offers effective strategies on how to amplify your voice and hold your ground. Listen, as we unravel the challenges of imposter syndrome and perfectionism, and discover how to build supportive communities and regain control over our narratives.Last but not least, change is inevitable and it's high time we stopped reacting but started embracing it! Let Kari guide you through her proven six-steps to effectively navigate change. From understanding and gathering evidence, to anticipating outcomes and finding support, your journey through change is about to get a whole lot easier. Tune in as we end our enlightening conversation with a casual chat about Kari's love for rescue dogs and true crime, and how they surprisingly tie into her coaching approach. Whether you're a seasoned leader or just starting out, this episode promises to redefine your outlook on leadership.LINKS:Kari's LinkedInUproar CoachingHow To Make Your Own Mission StatementCore ValuesSponsored by: COhatchCOhatch is a new kind of shared work, social, and family space built on community. Members get access to workspace, amenities like rock walls and sports simulators, and more to live a fully integrated life that balances work, family, well-being, community, and giving back. COhatch has 31 locations open or under construction nationwide throughout Ohio, Indiana, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee.Support the showSupport the show
There's always a lot of interesting research being done in the field of exercise physiology. Here to translate some of the takeaways from the latest research specifically around energy expenditure and fueling strategies for endurance athletes is Patrick Davitt, a Professor of Exercise Physiology at Saint Joseph's University who specializes in energy metabolism and fitness testing with various populations, from sedentary individuals to elite professional athletes. Specifically, we discuss: what it means to be metabolically flexible and the benefits of this flexibility in a running context takeaways from research on the low-carb/ketogenic dieting process for various types of runners fueling with different carbohydrate beverages the impact of pack weight and fatigue on energy expenditure and perception of effort/cognition in endurance athletes in running and hiking settings the metabolic and physiological impacts of varied macronutrient combinations, Not only is Professor Davitt passionate about his research, but he's also an avid runner himself having most recently completed the Eastern States 100 Miler in 2021 and brings a lot of excitement about the community to this conversation as well. Let's get into it! Connect, Comment, Community Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month! Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: Magnesium Breakthrough from Bioptimizers. Supplementing with magnesium before you go to bed has been shown in scientific studies to… Increase in muscle oxygenation during high intensity exercise Reduce inflammation Significantly improve sleep quality Improve aerobic exercise capacity when training. When you're looking for a magnesium supplement, make sure you take one that is organic and has all 7 unique forms of magnesium. Our recommendation is Magnesium Breakthrough from Bioptimizers because it's made with the highest quality, organic magnesium and contains all 7 critical forms. Most other magnesium supplements are synthetic and only contain one or two forms of magnesium, which is simply not enough. For an exclusive offer for Run to the Top listeners go to magbreakthrough.com/runtothetop and use the code run10 and you'll save an additional 10% on any purchase. LMNT Hydration and electrolytes are something we all seem to focus on for the summer, but start forgetting about once the fall weather starts to creep in. However, maintaining electrolyte levels as the temps change and as you gear up for your big fall races is critical to your performance. Maintaining healthy electrolyte levels will help you maximize performance during your final big long runs and workouts, plus they aid in recovery so you can maximize the rebuilding process. That's why we recommend all runners check out Element this fall. It's loaded with everything you need to replenish your electrolyte balance with 1000mg of sodium, 200mg of potassium, and 60mg of magnesium, and doesn't include anything you don't need like extra sugar or anything artificial. Even better, they are currently running a special deal where you can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order. To get this special offer and make sure you're hydrating properly this summer, head over to drinklmnt.com/runnersconnect.
On this episode of the Deer Season 365 podcast, we talk with our good friends KC Smith and Tyler Jones of The Element podcast and YouTube channel. KC and Tyler tell the story of how The Element came about, their transition to MeatEater, as well as how they quickly break down out-of-state hunting properties to consistently fill deer tags. These guys are a blast to talk to, and we know you're going to enjoy this episode! Sponsored by: LandTrust Important Links: The Element podcast The Element YouTube channel NDA's Firminator Fundraiser NDA's Gear for Deer Sweepstakes Follow Brian Grossman on Instagram Sign up for NDA's free weekly e-newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast on: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify iHeartRadio Stitcher About the National Deer Association The National Deer Association (NDA) is a non-profit deer conservation group that works to ensure the future of wild deer, wildlife habitat and hunting. Thank you for subscribing to our podcast! Support NDA's mission by becoming a member today.
Has PING been holding out on us? Chris and Tony get into it in this weeks NPG along with Solheim Cup picks, a new kind of "membership" from Titlest and a look inside Trackman's latest upgrade to the simulator world. Let's get it! Looking for something specific in today's episode? CLICK MORE
What if the key to enhancing your health and wellness was right in your neighborhood? I will dive deep into the transformative power of third spaces - and we're taking you with us. In this episode, we're unpacking the beauty of these communal spaces that exist beyond our homes and workplaces and showing you why they're not just aesthetically pleasing but also emotionally, physically, and spiritually impactful. We'll share how these spaces foster social interaction, community well-being, and individual health and give practical advice on how you can create more third-space experiences in your life.SHOW NOTES: Linktree: [@sheridavidson | Linktree](https://linktr.ee/sheridavidson)Join The Wellness Inspired community: https://www.wellnessinspiredpodcast.com/newsletterFacebook: [The Wellness Inspired Podcast - Home](https://www.facebook.com/wellnessinspiredpodcast)Instagram: [Sheri Davidson, L.Ac. (@wellness_inspired) • Instagram photos and videos](https://www.instagram.com/wellness_inspired/)LinkedIn: [Sheri Davidson - Chief Wellness Officer - Element 5 OM, Acupuncture + Wellness | LinkedIn](https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheri-davidson/)Element 5, Acupuncture + Wellnesswww.element5om.comFacebook: [Element 5, Acupuncture + Wellness - Home](https://www.facebook.com/element5om/?ref=pages_you_manage)Instagram: [Sheri Davidson (@element5_acuwell) on Instagram • 145 photos and videos](https://www.instagram.com/element5_acuwell/)LinkIn: [Sheri Davidson - Chief Wellness Officer - Element 5 OM, Acupuncture + Wellness | LinkedIn](https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheri-davidson/)Listen to more episodes: https://www.wellnessinspiredpodcast.comSerenbe Properties: https://www.serenbe.comBook: The Year of Living Danishly
Join Steven and Alanna in this thought-provoking episode as they delve into personal stories that resonate with Pixar's movie “Element.” They candidly share experiences that have left a lasting impact on their families, their interracial relationship, and their biracial children. Through the lens of this film, Steven and Alanna offer valuable insights on navigating uncomfortable conversations about race and identity with your loved ones and friends. Key topics: Pixar's Element: https://instagram.com/pixarelemental?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Disney+ Disney's Avatar: https://instagram.com/avatar?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== We are excited to Partner with New Day Healing and Wellness. They are located in Memphis, Tennessee. If you stop by use the Mizell code for 50% off your first session! To learn more check out their site: https://newdaymemphis.com/ Subscribe to hear more and be notified about upcoming podcasts. Also, head over to www.themizellshow.com for FREE tools on how to organize your life. @themizellshow: @themizellshow The Mizell Show Youtube TikTok: The Mizell Show
Tulane head football coach Willie Fritz joined Bobby and Mike to discuss his team's 2-1 start in the 2023 season. Fritz evaluated WR Jha'Quan Jackson's explosiveness. He praised the Green Wave's physicality in the trenches. Fritz gave an update on QB Michael Pratt's injury.
This week's guest is Mark Devlin. Mark is a club and radio DJ, journalist, author and podcaster. Mark hosts the Good Vibrations Podcast, where he often talks with other free-thinking individuals on wide-ranging crucial topics about the true nature of reality, encompassing the subjects of truth, conspiracy, spirituality, consciousness, mind-control, social-engineering, and much more. Mark has spoken at numerous events over the summer and we look forward to hearing his opinions on the current state of play, and where we might be heading. For more information on Mark's work, including his books, follow these links: Website - http://djmarkdevlin.com/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@djmarkdevlin/featured #markdevlin #musicaltruth #spiritualawakening ____________________________________________________________________ Follow us here: https://allmylinks.com/the-amish-inquisition Signup for the newsletter, join the community, follow us online, and most importantly share links! ____________________________________________________________________ Producer Credits for Ep 296: Emma Bridges, Aliyah, Jonny Fogg, Helen and Eric ____________________________________________________________________ Message us here....follow, like, subscribe and share. (comments, corrections, future topics etc). We read out iTunes reviews if you leave them. Website - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/ Join the Element server: https://matrix.to/#/%23the-amish-inquisition%3Amatrix.org Subscribe to the Newsletter: http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/subscribe-to-the-newsletter/ Get your Merch from: The Amish Loot Chest - https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/amish-inquisition-loot-chest Email - email@example.com Buy us a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theamishguys Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/theamishinquisition Guilded - https://www.guilded.gg/i/k5ax5Adk Odysee Channel - https://odysee.com/@theamishinquisition:e Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/c-1347401 TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLtYEueE/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/amishinqpodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/amish.inquisit.3 Instagram - https://www.inAmish Inquisition | Facebookstagram.com/theamishinquisition/?hl=en Bitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/0fNMZAQctCme/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv8ucrv5a2KpaRWyBWfBUA Find out how to become a Producer here - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/phil-1523918247/ Become a Producer! The Amish Inquisition is 100% supported by YOU. NO Ads, NO Sponsorship, NO Paywalls. We really don't want to suckle at the teat of some faceless corporate overlord. But that is only avoidable with your help! Join your fellow producers by donating to The Amish Inquisition via the PayPal button on our website, simply donate whatever you think the show is worth to you. If you find the podcast valuable, please consider returning some value to us and help keep the show free and honest. 296 Assets: The Dwarf the cripple and the mother of mindfulness Jordan peterson Iso https://www.instagram.com/reel/CxA1aqftN89/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== Confectionary News from NZ: https://twitter.com/iTransmitTweet/status/1698977778555920599?t=WyEtzwULKr10pPAPIE4Ziw&s=19 Dolphin room mate: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/23907383/woman-dolphin-love-affair-problem/ Teresa Tam Canada: https://twitter.com/Bret_Sears/status/1701724207120335287?t=PQZ0jBZWmOlHkTy6feKmxA&s=19 XL Bully: https://news.sky.com/story/american-xl-bully-dogs-to-be-banned-after-attacks-rishi-sunak-says-12961742 Sarah Ashton-Cirillo, spokesperson for Ukraine Territorial Defence Forces: https://twitter.com/SarahAshtonLV/status/1702013564465156204?t=78bVL8n5DavM1iGzba_V8A&s=19 Iso F You: https://twitter.com/mister_hat_/status/1702429389936546232?t=X1MJ-xDF0OxPVWf4fD9lSg&s=19 UN Info War: https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1702426255520661522?t=mRFxoLDdAmpgUNlEewoBsQ&s=19 Biden disinformation agent: https://twitter.com/charliekirk11/status/1702402374973968549?t=xKN0imilBR68f-mo6SkGjQ&s=19 Iso I don't like it: 3.07.10 [No Agenda] 1590 - "Bold Action"
This episode lands just before Equinox with the intention to share gentle guidance and Taoist wisdom as we transition from summer to autumn, from the outer to inner, yang to yin and the Element of Metal. We are delighted to welcome back Colin Hudon, herbalist, acupuncturist, practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and founder of our beloved brand Living Tea for a cosmic dialogue on this powerful time of year. Autumn is the season of contraction, surrender, and release. The focus shifts inwards and when navigated consciously, this season can nurture immense personal growth. Today we cover a rich spectrum of topics, from planetary consciousness as it relates to earth's cycles to our relationship to grief, attachment, the layers of seasonality, how man and woman hold the potential to embody the microcosm of the macrocosm, natural bio-tech, and of course, how to support our systems through the seasonal shift with diet, meditation, mindfulness and tea. Thank you Colin, for being our celestial tea conduit and for showing us how to embrace the seasons of our lives with renewed grace and awareness. Respect + Gratitude! Tune in to this week's conversation over a bowl of Living Tea ~ listeners enjoy 20% off all tea nourishment at livingtea.net with the code: SOUNDFOOD for the month! CONNECT With our guest Colin Hudon: IG | Website | Events | Host @nitsacitrine @soundfoodspace twitter Subscribe to Mercurial Mail (our monthly newsletter) MENTIONED Livingtea.net Resonance Tea Collection Living Tea Live Events Seasonal Tea Club Episode 38 The Fifth Element: When Summer Ripens into Autumn with Colin Hudon Episode 10 The Tao of Living Tea: Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tea Ceremony, and Zen Wisdom with Colin Hudon Episode 60 A MACRO VIEW ON THE MICROBIOME with Alfred Pomerleau Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity Queria Vandana Shiva NOURISH This podcast is made possible by your donations and the symbiotic support of our partners: Make a donation here LIVING LIBATIONS: enjoy 15% off all botanical beauty alchemy with this link https://livinglibations.com/soundfood (discount automatically applied) LIVING TEA: enter SOUNDFOOD for 20% off all tea nourishment at livingtea.net for the next month September 14 thru Oct 14 2023 oct 14 RESONANCE: find Nitsa's curated collection of teas here MIKUNA: enter SOUNDFOODFAMILY for 25% off regnerative, single-source plant protein Mikunafoods.com OSEA: CITRINE for 10% off oseamalibu.com sea-to-skin magic CHRISTY DAWN: 15NITSA for 15% off farm-to-closet christydawn.com LAMBS: CITRINE for 10% off your EMF protective gear getlambs.com P.S. We would be so grateful if you felt inspired to leave us a review on APPLE OR SPOTIFY! Thank you!
We are thrilled to have Vuori and Athletic Brewing athlete Jason Hardrath back on the show to smack down the successes and challenges of his latest FKT project. At the beginning of August, Jason smashed the previous record of 60 days with his completion of the Rocky Mountain Grand Slam in less than 40 days. This project included 122 peaks, 698 miles, and 318,799 feet of elevation gain; an endeavor equivalent to summiting Mt. Everest from sea level 11 times. We first had Jason on the show in July of 2022 to celebrate his conquering of Washington state's Bulgers List and his 100th FKT, Have a listen; it's episode 322. And be sure to watch the Athletic Brewing Journey to 100 film so you're all caught up for another film releasing in October on Jason completing an Infinity Loop around Mexico's Pico de Orizaba. But today is all about diving into The Rocky Mountain Grand Slam, and we're pumped because Jason is always up for diving under the surface chatter to unearth meaningful messages and education for us all. Thank you, enjoy the show! And afterward, be sure to check out NEW PATREON tiers to support this and the Awake Athlete podcasts; let's keep both commercial-free! In this episode, we discuss: - Rocky Mountain Grand Slam - In comparison to his Bulgers FKT - Meaningful burdens - Element of mastery and the spirit of exploration - Adjusting as the body ages - Finite chance to participate in an infinite game - "Do" to teach - Magic magic land - Being present with it all - Changing the experience of suffering - Carrying your burden well - Being a leader when others don't follow through - When your standards are high, the body will follow - Finding excellence through the cruxes - What matters to be the person you want to be - Soaking in the moments that are idyllic - Being able to answer what you wonder Namaste- Jess
This week King Prince,Bonnie Stone,and Wes Craven discuss their top 10 west coast gangsta rap albums,The Chi,Kendrick's og version of ''Element'',and of course everything current in the culture.Later on they are joined by longtime listener/supporter Erick Bruno for more Hip Hop conversation.Tune in for unfiltered Hip Hop discussion. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tavon-prince-nelson/support
So kam der Uhu zurück ; Nachtfalter beobachten ; Ordentliche Kleidung = Bessere Leistung? ; Die Sanddüne ; Manifestieren - Fest dran glauben, dann klappt es schon? ; Die Geschichte des Urans ; So schlecht kann Hitze für die Gesundheit sein ; Moderation: Franz-Josef Hansel. Von WDR 5.
Quake discusses YSL Polo being convicted of murder, Lil Reese apologizing, Drake and The Weeknd's A.I. song not being eligible for Grammys, Trey Songz fighting another lawsuit, Desiigner pleading guilty, Diddy scoring first victory with liquor lawsuit, Birdman saying he wants to bring back Cash Money, Drake explaining why he can't make love songs, Kendrick Lamar's original 'Element' track leaks taking aim at a few artists directly, New Music, Album Sales and much more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/diversementalitypodcast/support
We are joined by Element developer Andy Balaam to talk about working on open source software after 20 years in the proprietary world. We get into working in public, the realities of accepting code contributions, being part of a distributed team, the pros and cons of working from home, and more. Andy's links: Live... Read More
Satan wants something that rightfully belongs to God – worship. He will do anything to deceive and manipulate us into bowing to his wicked schemes, including using our own words. Our words carry immense power. Your very own words can be a double-edged sword – either a weapon against the enemy or a snare that leads to destruction. But we have an advantage as Satan doesn't know our deepest thoughts or the amazing plans that God has in store for our lives. We possess a divine advantage - the Element of Surprise! Let's get ready to equip ourselves against the devil's schemes.
We are joined by Element developer Andy Balaam to talk about working on open source software after 20 years in the proprietary world. We get into working in public, the realities of accepting code contributions, being part of a distributed team, the pros and cons of working from home, and more. Andy's links: Live... Read More
This week's returning guest is Gary Kidgell. Gary is an author, speaker and student of the Ancient Mysteries with 40yrs of research under his belt. In this episode we will be looking at the myth of Hercules, the archetypal demigod from Ancient Greek tradition. Do Hercules' Twelve Labours correspond to the zodiacal signs? Is there a deeper esoteric meaning behind this myth? Can this timeless occulted legend be decoded in such a way to be instructive to us mere mortals, on our quest to attain a higher spiritual mode of being. Let's find out! For more information on Gary's work, including his books, follow this link: Website - https://soul-centred-astrology.com/ Books - https://www.douglasbakerbooks.com/ #higherself #hercules #esotericastrology ____________________________________________________________________ Follow us here: https://allmylinks.com/the-amish-inquisition Signup for the newsletter, join the community, follow us online, and most importantly share links! ____________________________________________________________________ Producer Credits for Ep 295: Aliyah and Helen ____________________________________________________________________ Message us here....follow, like, subscribe and share. (comments, corrections, future topics etc). We read out iTunes reviews if you leave them. Website - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/ Join the Element server: https://matrix.to/#/%23the-amish-inquisition%3Amatrix.org Subscribe to the Newsletter: http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/subscribe-to-the-newsletter/ Get your Merch from: The Amish Loot Chest - https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/amish-inquisition-loot-chest Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Buy us a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theamishguys Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/theamishinquisition Guilded - https://www.guilded.gg/i/k5ax5Adk Odysee Channel - https://odysee.com/@theamishinquisition:e Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/c-1347401 TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLtYEueE/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/amishinqpodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/amish.inquisit.3 Instagram - https://www.inAmish Inquisition | Facebookstagram.com/theamishinquisition/?hl=en Bitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/0fNMZAQctCme/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv8ucrv5a2KpaRWyBWfBUA Find out how to become a Producer here - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/phil-1523918247/ Become a Producer! The Amish Inquisition is 100% supported by YOU. NO Ads, NO Sponsorship, NO Paywalls. We really don't want to suckle at the teat of some faceless corporate overlord. But that is only avoidable with your help! Join your fellow producers by donating to The Amish Inquisition via the PayPal button on our website, simply donate whatever you think the show is worth to you. If you find the podcast valuable, please consider returning some value to us and help keep the show free and honest. 295 Assets: Plane Passenger Turbo Diarrhea: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/23800334/passengers-toilet-plane-emergency-landing/ Scottish crimes no longer investigated: https://news.stv.tv/north/some-crimes-will-no-longer-be-investigated-in-police-scotland-pilot-project Marianna Spring caught out: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2023/09/08/marianna-spring-bbc-journalist-disinformation-lied-on-cv/ Length Of This animal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zryqLpHTYI Iso We'll be there: https://youtu.be/TyVu4kwD0fo?si=wRI1oJmD_o9GdRWa Iso incredible team: https://youtu.be/i4V6K4mtioc?si=S35OWLO06cSWPJIK 1.42 Iso Dogman: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cta9k6thnsb/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== https://www.instagram.com/reel/Ct4HgAZgY2B/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== Dancing in the street: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cvpc1PhNkrX/?igshid=ODk2MDJkZDc2Zg== Iso Biden is what it is: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CtZajCzuNVL/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== It's rape: https://open.spotify.com/episode/26pL7XWnbhRhitIlFJmjJ5?si=kMc1gndLS96C10pjQtNpNg&t=6796 Chinese Clothing Laws: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbmVu-sH_NA Trans History Month: https://fox40.com/news/california-connection/california-assembly-names-august-transgender-history-month-becomes-nations-first-official-recognition/ NW News Update: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8nxnd8 California gender affirmation law: https://www.cnbctv18.com/world/california-passes-bill-incorporating-gender-affirmation-in-child-custody-cases-explained-17758741.htm Kim Iverson on Cali Gender Law: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoJTVQQAcbU Gillian Keegan Hot Mic: Gillian Keegan: https://www.itv.com/news/2023-09-04/keegan-recorded-saying-others-have-been-sat-on-their-as-on-raac-crisis?s=09 Gillian Keegan Office Refurb PMQ's: https://twitter.com/TheAntikrish/status/1699402865683341508 NW News Update: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8nxnd8
We've got a rolling start today and Rory has the “dickens”. Speaking of dick(ins) Obama has some wild allegations making the rounds. We react to his sitdown with Tucker Carlson which leads into Dave Portnoy's viral Boston review. ‘For All The Dogs' has an official release date (woof woof) Mal expects something with this album. Speaking of expectations, will Cardi B & Meg deliver? This leads to a debate between Doja Cat vs. Cardi B & Meg. In real hip-hop beef Kendrick's scrapped verse from “Element” leaks. Then Rory takes aim at Bruno Mars. It's time for voicemails. We give paternity and modeling advice. The end of this episode might birth a new segment where we ramble and say wild things. Tune in as the guys discuss all of this + more. Did you get your tour tickets yet? It's a great way to start your weekend.Follow The Team:Rory - https://www.instagram.com/thisisrory/Mal - https://www.instagram.com/mal_bytheway/Eddin - https://www.instagram.com/thankyoueddin/Julian - https://www.instagram.com/julian__nicholas/Demaris - https://www.instagram.com/demarisagiscombe/ Merch: https://newrorynmal.com/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/newrorynmalYouTube Subscribe: https://rb.gy/hk7up
Bob Lazards allegations about alien technology being tested in the Nevada desert ignited world wide interest and put the secrete military base “Area 51” on the map! A highly classified remote detachment of Edward's air-force base is now household name synonymous to conspiracy theories, UFO sightings and reverse engineering. In fact, this area doesn't only seem to have secrets and a thriving economy of local tourism but leak of a so called ELEMENT 115, moscovian, a super heavy artificial element only recognized until years later is said to be harvested in this precise location. An element used as fuel for todays must lavish military applications and yea, UFOs! Welcome to Leaving Area 51! Visit us on IG @ParanoiRadio https://linktr.ee/Paranoiradio And follow @Los_Cunados_Bulliez https://instagram.com/los_cunados_bulliez?igshid=MWZjMTM2ODFkZg== Drop a 5 star review in Apple podcast! Thank you ☂️
Today we're talking with Dr. Simon Marshall, one of the leading experts when it comes psychology of exercise, about how to manage the anxiety and psychological stress well all face during races These mental stresses can drastically impact our performance and, maybe even more importantly, sometimes make the act of racing itself so stressful that it stops becoming fun. In today's episode, you'll learn the exact strategies you can put into practice today to overcome mental fatigue and stress during racing. Connect, Comment, Community Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month! Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: Magnesium Breakthrough from Bioptimizers. Supplementing with magnesium before you go to bed has been shown in scientific studies to… Increase in muscle oxygenation during high intensity exercise Reduce inflammation Significantly improve sleep quality Improve aerobic exercise capacity when training. When you're looking for a magnesium supplement, make sure you take one that is organic and has all 7 unique forms of magnesium. Our recommendation is Magnesium Breakthrough from Bioptimizers because it's made with the highest quality, organic magnesium and contains all 7 critical forms. Most other magnesium supplements are synthetic and only contain one or two forms of magnesium, which is simply not enough. For an exclusive offer for Run to the Top listeners go to magbreakthrough.com/runtothetop and use the code run10 and you'll save an additional 10% on any purchase. LMNT Maintaining healthy electrolyte levels will not only improve performance and endurance on the run, but can help with preventing headaches, maintaining a healthy weight, and help with recovery. That's why we recommend all runners check out Element this summer. It's loaded with everything you need to replenish your electrolyte balance with 1000mg of sodium, 200mg of potassium, and 60mg of magnesium, and doesn't include anything you don't need like extra sugar or anything artificial. Even better, they are currently running a special deal where you can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order. So, order your favorite flavor and get a free sample pack to try out new flavors or share with your running friends. To get this special offer and make sure you're hydrating properly this summer, head over to drinklmnt.com/runnersconnect.
Ready to challenge your approach to wellness? By the end of this transformative journey, I guarantee that your idea of health and well-being will be entirely revolutionized. I will redefine what it means to pursue pleasure and immediate gratification, a concept known as hedonic wellness. But that's only half the equation. We dive into the profound elements of eudaemonic wellness, which is all about nurturing a life filled with meaning, purpose, and personal growth.But what happens when these seemingly opposite forces collide? I will show you how to find harmony by intertwining the hedonic pursuit of pleasure with the eudaemonic cultivation of personal growth. Drawing from the concept of yin and yang, we will guide you to balance these contrasting yet complementary forces for a genuinely holistic approach to life. This enlightening discussion will inspire you to live a life resplendent with joy, growth, and enduring fulfillment. Prepare to redefine your wellness journey—it starts here.SHOW NOTES: Linktree: [@sheridavidson | Linktree](https://linktr.ee/sheridavidson)Join The Wellness Inspired community: https://www.wellnessinspiredpodcast.com/newsletterFacebook: [The Wellness Inspired Podcast - Home](https://www.facebook.com/wellnessinspiredpodcast)Instagram: [Sheri Davidson, L.Ac. (@wellness_inspired) • Instagram photos and videos](https://www.instagram.com/wellness_inspired/)LinkedIn: [Sheri Davidson - Chief Wellness Officer - Element 5 OM, Acupuncture + Wellness | LinkedIn](https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheri-davidson/)Element 5, Acupuncture + Wellnesswww.element5om.comFacebook: [Element 5, Acupuncture + Wellness - Home](https://www.facebook.com/element5om/?ref=pages_you_manage)Instagram: [Sheri Davidson (@element5_acuwell) on Instagram • 145 photos and videos](https://www.instagram.com/element5_acuwell/)LinkIn: [Sheri Davidson - Chief Wellness Officer - Element 5 OM, Acupuncture + Wellness | LinkedIn](https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheri-davidson/)Listen to more episodes: https://www.wellnessinspiredpodcast.com
We're starting season 2 of the Essential Element how we start our school year at SOTA, SAMI, and IDEA; at camp! Christian and Zach take a moment to welcome you the new season and share some of their memories from the early days at this very same campground. Listen now to find out what makes starting the year with camp so special and catch a glimpse of the activities on our camp recap reel on Instagram.
We're opening the month with a special episode with Ryan 7. No slides, presentation or specific subject matter, just open Q&A. So, make sure to join us live for this one. We will be monitoring the live chat throughout and posing your questions directly to The Hitman Of Hermetics. For more information on Ryan's work, follow this link: YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@RyanSeven1111 #esoteric #occult #ancientwisdom ____________________________________________________________________ Follow us here: https://allmylinks.com/the-amish-inquisition Signup for the newsletter, join the community, follow us online, and most importantly share links! ____________________________________________________________________ Producer Credits for Ep 294: Martin Young, Rhona Kesson, Ben Limmer, Aliyah, Big John Rodgers, Mathew Chinn, Helen, Emma Bridges, Ziggy Dan, Jonny Fong ____________________________________________________________________ Message us here....follow, like, subscribe and share. (comments, corrections, future topics etc). We read out iTunes reviews if you leave them. Website - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/ Join the Element server: https://matrix.to/#/%23the-amish-inquisition%3Amatrix.org Subscribe to the Newsletter: http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/subscribe-to-the-newsletter/ Get your Merch from: The Amish Loot Chest - https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/amish-inquisition-loot-chest Email - email@example.com Buy us a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theamishguys Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/theamishinquisition Guilded - https://www.guilded.gg/i/k5ax5Adk Odysee Channel - https://odysee.com/@theamishinquisition:e Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/c-1347401 TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLtYEueE/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/amishinqpodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/amish.inquisit.3 Instagram - https://www.inAmish Inquisition | Facebookstagram.com/theamishinquisition/?hl=en Bitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/0fNMZAQctCme/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv8ucrv5a2KpaRWyBWfBUA Find out how to become a Producer here - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/phil-1523918247/ Become a Producer! The Amish Inquisition is 100% supported by YOU. NO Ads, NO Sponsorship, NO Paywalls. We really don't want to suckle at the teat of some faceless corporate overlord. But that is only avoidable with your help! Join your fellow producers by donating to The Amish Inquisition via the PayPal button on our website, simply donate whatever you think the show is worth to you. If you find the podcast valuable, please consider returning some value to us and help keep the show free and honest. 294 Assets: Man abuses cow: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12460773/Man-25-caught-having-sex-COW-farmers-grew-suspicious-animals-abused-installed-alarms.html Scouse arabic: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CuQHYweJRZD/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== Trump on lockdowns: https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1696931890555429249?t=mYVyhx-XRJMoY3J8DfLd4g&s=19 Erection Cottage: https://www.lep.co.uk/business/erection-cottage-raises-the-roof-and-eyebrows-as-it-goes-up-for-rent-in-chorley-and-potential-buyers-face-stiff-competition-4277296 Irish Bureau Of Truth: https://youtu.be/X9A3Lk-xRJU?si=TnHN4OgELNkjhBZ1 IDS ULEZ: https://youtu.be/spcAJshV1Ls?si=FbXJwuXKr2gqbz6x Video from Ziggy: https://twitter.com/Stevo_Stonko/status/1696056004570460425?t=D_sQONydTJb_iAbTO3_u_Q&s=09 PSA: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CuzsV10Lq_i/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== Mitch Freezes again: https://twitter.com/CollinRugg/status/1696938709445390368?t=5bDM7Yw_ecMf3_GZ2Ko1bA&s=19 Applebottom: https://twitter.com/FloozieBiscuit/status/1695404784251969677?t=L0dA_v83dd7_cHcpHOJrrw&s=19 Project Sandman: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cwl7kpytdIr9anD2RgBIV5zWj2thjefBQDLIso0/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== Sound cameras: https://youtube.com/shorts/VkJh5_8iHgE?feature=share Iso - Look at the size of those testicles: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4cdLXEFLuN59EeWaEMDjn3?si=CVFoRPLKQNOv5iZeJQjg3w&t=5577 Miss World? https://www.instagram.com/reel/CvIQ1IhrfdT/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Iso Brain malfunction: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2hLLtxVQOTM9Hz4sly91V0?si=Yuoovw58TpieA12DA88N3Q&t=1870 Iso big old Bush in the front: https://youtu.be/5p2smvssaBM?si=KAx-Aftotj9DPQnn 20.21 Carpet Right: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CwX19yyMVh8/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Iso get on with it: https://youtu.be/nMUnbNPCoSw?si=EJiPf2vKyBAAmEbj Iso antisocial bastard: https://youtu.be/EEMZ1SMRZWU?si=rY-aC515vr5iLWzw 30secs Mutilated Pigeons: https://www.lep.co.uk/read-this/arrests-made-after-pigeons-found-dead-and-mutilated-with-swastikas-4276757?itm_source=Internal&itm_channel=section_banner&itm_campaign=breaking-news-ticker&itm_content=1
Market Proof Marketing · Ep 300: Good Content Looks EffortlessIn this episode, Kevin Oakly, Andrew Peek and Julie Jarnagin are joined by a surprise guest, Karla Tuten! The team celebrates the 300th episode by keeping it casual. Karla gives a deep dive into visual marketing and offers tips for builder content, especially for those who don't know where to start. They discuss the challenges of creating good content that contains real facts, real data and is packaged well graphically. Good content looks effortless, but takes a lot of effort. Story Time (05:58)Andrew is worn out from the Market Proof Academy and, once again, wishes for one more day.Julie's mom is trying to buy a car but feels like the car salesmen should be trying harder to sell their cars to her. No one is following up or reaching out. Kevin says creating stuff is tough sometimes.News (35:55)Mortgage rates could hit 8%, economists say, citing a worrying sign not seen since the Great Recession (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/mortgage-rates-could-hit-8-economists-say-citing-a-worrying-sign-not-seen-since-the-great-recession-edf2b4a4)Don't Discount the Merits of a Friction-full Transaction (https://crystal.geekestate.com/dont-discount-the-merits-of-a-friction-full-transaction-newsletter-263/)China Evergrande, Giant Real Estate Firm, Files for U.S. Bankruptcy (https://www.nytimes.com/2023/08/17/business/china-evergrande-bankruptcy.html)First-time homeownership surges: Half of all home buyers are making their first purchase (https://zillow.mediaroom.com/2023-08-23-First-time-homeownership-surges-Half-of-all-home-buyers-are-making-their-first-purchase)Favorites/Hates (53:27)Andrew is hating his boom stand because it keeps sliding downJulie is loving "Homework Helpers" for help on her sons homework.Kevin is enjoying his app "Sunshine Birthdays"Check out Kevin's NAHB Webinar on Navigating the 5 Phases of a Market Correction! Questions? Comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-369-2595 and we'll address them on the next episode. More insights, discussions, and opportunities can be found at Do You Convert All Access or on the Market Proof Marketing Facebook group.Subscribe on iTunesFollow on SpotifyListen On StitcherA weekly new home marketing podcast for home builders and developers. Each week Kevin Oakley, Andrew Peek, Jackie Lipinski, Julie Jarnagin, and other team members from Do You Convert will break down the headlines, share best practices and stories from the front line, and perform a deep dive on a relevant marketing topic. We're here to help you – not to sell you!Transcript:I'm just starting this slide, this misunderstanding, disagreement. I don't know what it is, but Andrew says, and I don't. You don't want to make anyone mad. Labor Day isn't his favorite holiday, but it's.AndrewBecause I have nothing against it.Kevinis it because its a Holiday or because there's...?AndrewNo no, I think there's other holidays I need to list before it. I guess I'm getting called out here a list of like I think there's other shut everything down worthy holidays that are not fully shut down for everyone. It's like that's a bank holiday only. I'm like, well, that should.KevinBe arguing for more days off generally.AndrewRight? Like, that's like a mixed day. Like sometimes it's like, are banks closed? Not closed. I don't know. Schools are still and sometimes that one should just be Everything's done. I'll swap Labor Day for him. Okay. If we're to pick like, all right, there's eight holidays where everything's shut down. Christmas, July 4th, Memorial Day, whatever the other ones are.AndrewThanksgiving.KevinI figured it was just because, like, something that the weather in Florida wasn't working. Oh, it's still hot.AndrewAnd we just started school, like, three weeks ago, so it's like a month in a school. So it's like, do we need a holiday?JulieI don't know. Yeah, like something.AndrewLate September.JulieThat end of summer real. I mean, that's how some people think of it, right? Like the polls close on Labor Day. But here too, it's still so hot.AndrewYeah. Mhm. I think so.KevinI just we had a we had a little typhoon here in Columbus, Ohio.AndrewOh.KevinLast night I kind of felt like what, Because, you know, Julia lives in Louisiana.AndrewShe gets it all.AndrewI have pretend hurricanes.KevinBut there's this thing called a heat dome. How is it that every like three years they come up with some new term.AndrewThey get me the clicks, heat dome. I like it. And we Google that there.KevinThere's a heat dome over over the Midwest and not the edge of the heat dome if you turn on the radar. And it was just this weird. It looked like just someone poured water out of a pitcher and it was just rolling straight from the corner of Michigan, straight down central Ohio. And it just kept coming. And it was like 7 hours of lightning, strong wind and just a ton of rain.JulieOh, wild.KevinLike, do I have to move? I mean, I Anyway, it was a good time.AndrewI just Google it. Yeah. Interesting. AP all about this. Hmm. And pumpkin spice lattes just came out today. It's related to the heat dome.KevinWe had this conversation on one episode. Yeah, there's a new pumpkin drink. What is it? It's another cold drink called chai something pumpkin. So now you have three pumpkin options at Starbucks.AndrewThat's a lot.JulieYeah. I don't do the pumpkin drinks.AndrewThat's a lot of, like, pumpkin pie, spice, flavors all in one.KevinThis is to my favorite section, but ever since I got to spin coffee machine, I just don't. I do not desire Starbucks or like coffee out in the same way.AndrewDo you like iced coffees? I feel like you can't beat iced from Starbucks any like I have not been. You can.KevinDo it. You can do cold brew. You can do nitro drip cold, whatever. Like it just says put ice in your cup and it cleans out the hot water. Puts in cold water.AndrewYeah, we're all gonna all.JulieBe inside out. And Olivia said she's literally drinking the pumpkin chai right now. So she's like, Oh, there you go, pumpkin chai on trend.KevinIs it good? I feel like it would be because chai is kind of a.AndrewI like chai. Yeah, 30 Chai. If I've had that chai with the espresso, it's amazing. We hear it's amazing. Like The Wizard of Oz back there helping to steal that.KevinMy favorite from my time in Nepal is Milk Coffee, which is, I think goat milk. Oh, no water and instant like instant crystals.AndrewWeird. Sounds like it's like that.KevinAnd they're not the best milk coffee. Experience my life. All right, let's get started.AndrewThere's the goat. Yep.KevinWell, welcome to episode 300. I'm Kevin Oakley. And with me today is Andrew Peek and Julie's aunt again.JulieMe? Oh.AndrewWho knew we'd be doing this 300 episodes later?JulieThat's impressive. That's crazy exciting. I have.KevinI thought we make this our last one. Let's just end it right. Fine.AndrewI'm fine with that grand.KevinValley.AndrewThree. I want to be something new.JulieThat's on market this year to make it really good, though, so.KevinOh, you know what we should do? Because this is what cracks me up when people do like season six episode one, it's like, just start. Like, I don't know why there's so much conscious thought put into that, but we should just. How about season two begins with a sincere one. We'll start with the season two episode one. Let's just start over because it's going to get obnoxious when we get to, you know, we got to figure out something else, Olivia Because when we get to episode 1200, it's just, it's too many things to say.AndrewYeah, we can have different.KevinEpisode 1234.AndrewThousand. It's now 2028 time right now. Oh, gosh, that's a long time.KevinOh, man. So the other thing that we're just going to keep talking about her like she's here with us, our producer, Olivia, is like, you know, we really do need to do live episodes of the podcast. So, okay, I think we decided on once a quarter, she's checking the calendar, but we will you'll hear about it that way.KevinYou can all join in, ask your questions, but they'll be fun. Fun time. Yeah. Maybe we can maybe pull people in for live Q&A or some live storytime we'd have to have like the voice and the voice.AndrewChanger.KevinAnd zoom. That just makes you look like there's got to be the person in hiding and like, a in voice changer. I sorry time about this traffic that. Yeah.KevinOh, all right.AndrewStory is good for that speaking. Sorry time was up first. I got one. I didn't write it down. Yeah, I got one. Yeah, we had the academy last week, so that was. That was amazing. Taking through. Jeez, 11, 12 people. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. What's that like 12 hours of instruction? It wears me out like, Oh, my. And I'm.AndrewI'm doing half of it with Sarah. And what's, what's fun is over time, this is like inside knowledge over time. It's like, okay, you take that segment, I would take a break for a little bit. Like I just can't like, look at like at Zoom nice and pleasant for this long and I need to go camera off for like, for a little bit, get a little snack, refill my coffee, whatnot.AndrewSo, you know, each one, it just changes and changes. And we Sarah and I meet afterwards every single time. Like, what can we do better? What can we do better? And every single time I'm just like, man, I want another day, which is like torture for everybody. Like, it's already four days. Andrew What is wrong with you? But there's just so much you can just keep going and going.AndrewI wish there was some way this. I'm just really open talking right now. We teach the definitions. We teach knowledge, the foundational things. All these things are super important thing. It's the analysis. And that is the most difficult part for everybody. And teaching, I don't there's we could teach it, but it's just so much just like experience. You just need the reps near the reps and the reps are what's Malcolm Gladwell 10000 hours.AndrewYou need your thousand hours and an analysis. You need your next 1000. They need your next 1000. Time to get to ten. You're like, Oh, okay, this is fairly comfortable, but just getting over the hurdle even to like you spent 200 hours in analytics trying to solve a problem, not just like poking around in there. I wish there's a way to expedite that for people, but there's just there's not no.KevinI don't think you want one. I mean, we've had lots of folks that are good intentioned and they're like, Kevin, we should just take this whole market, provide rhythm, and just have it spit out the answer.AndrewLike an app.KevinOr give us, you know, even internally had a conversation where some people here were like, we just want a number to tell people for this thing of like, this is the goal. I was like, I mean, it doesn't really I, I know this is a well overplayed expression, which I think that reminds me, Olivia, next time I'm on the podcast, I want to have a whole section about things we never need to say again in our industry, that that's just I'm, I keep hearing the same.KevinLike those were analogies and examples to use 12 years ago. Are we still talking about the same thing?AndrewBut I don't know.KevinThe last one is in play. Chess. You do not want to. If you are a great chess player, you there should be no reason that you want to dumbed down the rules of the game to get back to checkers when you are a grandmaster at chess now you do have to be able to. And if you're a true grandmaster, you should be able to teach someone the basic rules and fundamentals of chess without losing your mind, screaming or pouting like a child.KevinOkay, So that's that's I think, part of it.AndrewThat's fair.KevinBut holy cow, what is this drive to get everything so really simplified? So I'm using the chess analogy because I think this is what I mean. I'm on Chess.com if you want to sign up and play me, I'll do it. But just know that I'm in the middle of probably parenting one of my four children and I will mess up.KevinSo excuse a great chess player yet, but thinking moves ahead, right? The more moves you can think ahead, the better. And how I view the analysis problem is that people look at it and go, I just want the answer. And again, there's all sorts of reasons why that's.AndrewLike the final move out. The final move. I don't care how we get there.KevinBut I think they do sometimes and this is on on me and all of us to do a better job teaching and training. They look at what someone who's thinking eight moves ahead and by I don't mean moves, I mean layers. Okay. To go away from the analogy of chess back to the actual thing we're doing here of there is the data and that in itself, let's just say, encompasses three or four layers of analysis, potential analysis.KevinAnd there's always more than one potential. There's one potential. There's at least one true problem or issue. And each of those has no more than three possible reasons why there could be more than one true issue. And then that that, you know, extrapolates. But even beyond that, then you have to start talking, thinking about like, okay, well then let's layer over our company culture and then let's lay over how this sales manager thinks or how that salesperson acts or the usage or non usage of the CRM or the market and the competition and, and, and, and certainly the more layers you have to your point innately, most of it just requires repetition and experience becauseKevinotherwise you just find yourself going through layers one through four and you're like, I got the answer, I'm done. And then I'm almost I'm almost done with this diatribe. You go and present. Let's say you feel really confident that you analyze those three or four layers well and you go into a meeting, you go up to your boss or the sales manager, like, here's what, And then they hit you with the one thing you didn't think of.KevinAnd you're like, Oh, and you know, the Jenga pile just crumbles. I think I think there's just that aspect of and that's why we always talk about use humility with this stuff. It is not the data says X, therefore it must be X, It's hey, this is what it looks like. But is there something we're missing here? Is there something that we don't know but that's going on with this person personally or is there something with the land deal that requires us to be acting in this way because we have to perform in a certain, you know, Anyway, I just I love the fact that you brought that up.KevinI think it's a whole other.AndrewThat exactly what was fun was it's.KevinAlmost like you should talk about that at.AndrewThe.KevinSummit.AndrewAnd so like food. So let's talk about food. Beth So one thing we did different with this academy is usually it is Sarah and I, 95% of it. And then I add to Kevin's calendar like 6 hours before it starts, like, Hey, Kevin, I want you to talk about this. And Kevin hops on and does some inspirational talking like, Hey, what's the role of marketing?AndrewLike, No, no, no. And what's fun is no one gets that answer correct at the beginning. It's day one unless.KevinThey've heard it before.AndrewThat is true. Unless they've heard it before it. The second day, I'm like, Oh, let's have a coach on. Julie, you're our next victim. And in November, by the way, get her some notice. Beth hopped on and she she did a very similar analogy, Kevin, where she talked about onions. And so, like if you're day one or we had some people that there like month three on the job, they can only go to the first layer in the onion.AndrewMeanwhile, we're over here kind of talking and then just like visualizing and thinking like we know there's like 12 layers to this thing. We also know there's old onions we need to think about and there's future. And we're like all excuse me, all over the place with it. So the Onion analogy, I'm like, Oh, that's good. There might be tears too, as you learn more and more Onion feels that has me like, Oh, I'm embarrassed.AndrewI didn't know that. Or like, I feel like an idiot. But over time, like you didn't.KevinRealize that it's just more such a nerd. And then we just had a special guest pop on, which this is a.AndrewSurprise party.KevinAnd you never need an invitation. Don't don't give away who yet, but as a kid, I remember watching Lawrence of Arabia, which is a way too long movie in an old theater. My parents made me go I think I was seven, the only scene from that. And I think it's three and a half hours long and has two different intermissions or whatever.KevinThere's one scene where Lawrence of Arabia puts out a candle with his fingertips and the guy looks at him and says, Holy cow, what's the trick to doing that? Because because it looks like there's a trick, because it doesn't cause him any pain. He doesn't like his fingers. He just pushes it and he goes, The trick is making it look like it doesn't hurt.KevinAnd I just think like that's we've talked about this many of our ways, the confidence aspect. In fact, what do we say on I call it it's either it's either lack of confidence or lack of competence. So some good alliteration there. But it goes back to repetition, repetition, repetition. Hey, Carla, Welcome.JulieHi, I'm.AndrewFriend.KarlaGood. What are you doing?KevinOh, we're just recording a podcast. And Carlos, our creative director. And do you convert? For those of you who may be under a rock, she's taking names and changing lives all over the industry. What's what's the what's going on right now? Carla, What's. What do you. What are you doing? What's keeping you busy these days?KarlaI'm busy all the time. I feel like the last time I was on here was back in January, so I decided to crash a party.AndrewIt's been a while.KarlaIt has been a while. But I do slack, y'all. Y you're always recording. You can't talk. I'm recording. I'm like, Okay, well, um, I don't know. It's funny how there's always, like, these weird trends. At the beginning of the year, it was very heavy. Like, but everyone wanted to redo their collateral and refresh it. And then we went into like a signage program.KevinYeah, I was going to say signage would be my guess, the next one. And by the way, isn't it interesting that if you heard someone talk about like hearing these trends like we do on, on this podcast, you'd be like, does that really happen? Or and then you go do it yourself and you're like, There's something in the water or the air or like, there's this behind the scenes network of Let's all talk about signage.KevinIt comes in waves for sure.KarlaIt's really weird. And then the other last month had a bunch of, you know, probably like five different calls, different builders around the country, and they're all talking about like their sales office. And I'm like, what is going on? How is everyone wanting to now look into like their interior signage mission is bizarre. And then I was in book a book booklet land for a while, like maybe.KevinLike real paper things.KarlaPrint I've done. So print booklets that took up my time for the.KevinLike.KarlaI don't.KevinMean like checks notes or checks calendar what year we live in, but, you know, Yeah.JulieYeah, there's a lot of that. I didn't expect it like collateral you expect but like long booklets, 20 pages.KevinBecause you could or could not print the collateral. It's like how it's displayed. Yeah. Took them off, you know, printed. Yeah.KarlaThey want like hard copies. Interesting. So that doesn't sound cheap. It doesn't. It sounds like something else. It's not that sounds. But I am sort of buying the booklets.AndrewYeah, that would be pricey.KevinIs there something that you've been doing this now, like you said, for a little while? I mean, you've been doing it a long time, but doing it with with us. Is there a we were just talking about like the the trend of analysis being hard outside of what people are actually asking you to do. Is there something that you find yourself having to explain or re-explain or.KarlaYeah.KevinRe-explain again, as a concept that you just want to kind of toss out again here?KarlaProbably you have to think about, here's one, I'll talk about it because it's about collateral. And so usually when we start with that, I'm kind of like, give me everything that you have because you probably haven't touched it. And what typically happens, it comes off as a these ideas part from sales and marketing, and they get tagged onto the collateral package as these one off pieces.KarlaSo I'm like, Hey, let's go ahead and take a look at this is yet another foot view. And more often than not, they have a billion pieces. That's evergreen material. And I'm like, Why don't you think about making this a better experience instead of someone having a bunch of one pictures? So I would always say, take a step back, think about the experience, what you're giving these people.KarlaAre you burying them in tons of copy and things they may not want to read? And is there a better way to display that? Should we make it into a book? Should we? That is even important. Do you want to cut some of this out? That's typically what we're talking about when we talk about like looking at all their stuff.KevinMm hmm.KarlaIt's very easy, I think, for people to just. Oh, this is a good idea. Element is I don't a piece of paper on a word document and they always don't think about how it looks or how it's saved or how much stuff people are gathering.KevinYeah, a quick, quick poll on material or files. Generally, I'm not going to answer until the end because. But don't you think that or do I already led the witness? Sorry. Shouldn't every document that could be potentially sent or accessed or shared have some general repository that is accessible? Like like nobody home didn't start out doing this, but they found that people were like, I have all these documents that I send people maybe post-purchase or pre-purchase.KevinAnd there is no place on their website. They just how's everything even like you think about docs? So like, why is that hard to find for nonexistent on a builder site?KarlaThat would be nice to have.KevinThat's right.KarlaResource library.AndrewThat'd be that'll be great. Especially HRA stuff is interesting. I mean at least our experiences, we changed each way. Management companies like four times before, it was like our control, but it was like with it was still with the builder. So we're like, Who's in charge here? Who's in charge as homeowners do you blame? I mean, everything is always the builders fault, like always.AndrewThat's just made us, even though it's the way management company's fault, because you chose that terrible company, the builder, and so everything is the builder.KevinSo just make it easy for that saying I'm not suggesting it should be like front and center underneath our image or whatever it be for us. We just had a archway section, so we had it. We had a document library or a overall, I think we just called it Media Library and it had like any photo you might see on a community page would also be accessible in this Keystone Homes ish for those of us.KevinLike, it's like all of our pictures are here is searchable by everything, but also they're on the individual pages that are relevant to them. Same with videos and documents. And so we didn't even have a link on the community page to the docs because that might be distracting or confusing. Yeah, but certainly any time someone would ask, can I get a copy of my HRA docs that then the online sales person or salesperson who would then train the customer.KevinActually, there's this library over here and you can access anything that we have or need need to get to and it's grouped and searchable and all the rest anyway. And just when you were talking about like how separated each piece kind of is, instead of thought of in a cohesive manner. Manner. Yeah, it made me think about.KarlaThe only thing I would say that I've experience with something like that. Well, it just comes up in collateral information in general. Is that I think some teams can be lazy because someone has to keep up with the information being up to date. And so if you take the time to like make sure you have a good organization in place, like a good file, good filing, and like, you know, what's more up to date.KarlaYeah, good nomenclature. You make sure everything is what it's supposed to say, then I think it's definitely doable. But I think people just sometimes just, you know, maybe not able to. Yeah, it's a big thing to kind.KevinOf we got at that pushback all the time at Heartland and that was my that was my reason for wanting it to be out there in the wild is I just found that if it wasn't accessible by the customer, things never got updated or there were four copies going around. But once there was like, No, no, you know, some yeah, maybe someone has a document that's out of date.KevinYou have to make sure everything's dated and, and like last updated and the corner. But it was like, yeah, that document's incorrect, but I'd rather we know that and then we fix it versus having no visibility or people handing out something that's five years old that has four updates and they still have copies somewhere else saved locally, or just like, Nope, the truth is there for the customer.KevinSo that's the impetus to always make sure as it's correct, just like pricing.AndrewYeah, it doesn't create a problem which exposes what was already there.KevinShines a light on it. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Cool. Well, Karla, thanks for hopping on. Yeah, Bye. Any time. I love. I love just the mean. Yeah, It's like you work here.KarlaIt is Like I want to keep it creative cave and create a cave.AndrewWith your plan.KarlaThe next.KevinTime. Bring some next time. Since this is now a video show as well. Next time, I want you to bring some like, show and tell us something.AndrewYeah, there they go.KevinBy the way, if you don't follow girl on Instagram, you should, because that's when you get some additional exposure to like show and tell.KarlaOh, yes, I'm very quiet about it. Anyway, you'll have a good afternoon. Bye.KevinThis is episode 300. You made it.AndrewYeah, 303.KevinI'm like the biggest episode zero yet. Yeah.JulieThat's the best. All right, y'all have a good one. This is fair to say, Julie.KevinStory time.JulieSo I am watching my mom shop for a car, and it's been very entertaining. And the last thing I heard her say was that she was annoyed because she wanted somebody to beg her to buy a car and they were not begging her. So what happened is she had reached out to somebody about a car and they had never emailed or called her back.JulieAnd I know we always feel or hear people saying, Oh, I don't want to bug people. Well, she's annoyed because she wants to feel like they're begging her to buy a car. And then the other thing that's been funny is she's gone out to a few lots and of course, there's not a lot of cars. You know, still, there's issues with like actually having cars there.JulieAnd she's not being super picky. She kind of knows what she want. She wants three rows and she wants a new car and there's only a brand or two that she doesn't like, but she's pretty open. But I think Kevin and I have had multiple conversations in the last week or two about the messaging of like, we have homes because there are people who are moving that need a home and we have finished inventory.JulieAnd those people need to know we have finished inventory. So it's again, it's the same thing with her. If there was a car dealership out there, you know, that would tell her, we have this many cars that you can choose from. Right now we have this many SUVs or whatever it is. Yeah, that's the messaging she needs. And she also needs the messaging of like, we want you here.JulieLike, she feels like people aren't trying to get her to come out and aren't calling her back. So it's just been a fun process to watch with with what we do.KevinIt's really interesting because my wife's birthday was on Tuesday and she likes Cheesecake Factory because there's all kinds of options and we were going to have my parents come as well. So there's a table of eight, and at least here, the Cheesecake Factory is still cool in central Ohio. So most time you got a long wait. And I think you're talking about cars, which typically is a reference point of like, why can't homebuilders do things like car dealers do historically, like be more responsive, but now they're changing.KevinAnd my point is, whether it's Cheesecake Factory or Toyota. As a consumer, you are trained by all of your interactions with all the companies. You do what to expect or to assume. And so it's it's interesting how that dynamic does shift because typically it's like like my kids are like, you don't want to go to Cheesecake Factory. You got to wait for 2 hours and then it's going to take forever to cook because there's so many different options on the menu.KevinBut I really want to go there. So we pull it up and on the front page it's like make a reservation. Like we've never been able to make a reservation at Cheesecake Factory ever. And then it says Only up to table Party of six. And I'm like, up, see, they got us because we need eight. But then there's like, you could tell that it had been designed to say parties of six and under but then someone to just add a line of text that said but if you have a bigger party and it's on a non busy day or time, we'll try to work with you.KevinAnd it's like, why did that have to be there? It's because the dynamics have shifted. And so there is this point in time where we stopped eating out altogether because it was just always a pain, always busy, always short staffed, and now they're like, Oh yeah, no problem. Come on in at 530, 6:00 on a Tuesday night.AndrewWith a.KevinTable of eight reserved. And so it's that training and that's why we've had these conversations. Julie, of, you know, that concern about having like six homes available in a community and not looking bad or desperate that that might not be true anymore. We don't know someone might look at that six available in a single community and be like oh thank God I can actually maybe get one of them.KevinIs the use on market is still so difficult in most parts of the country.JulieYeah, yeah.AndrewWhat's interesting, Julie, is that sounds like the most amazing car shopping experience ever. Them not hounding you like it's a dream for me and you want to be like, Mom, you're not trying to date this person. Like what? Despite you want that car right there. But if they don't call you, you're not going to buy it. Like, I don't feel like that.KevinBy saying beg in quotes. Like my dad had the same experience. He just shop for a car. He would go to a Lexus dealership and they'd be like, Oh, we don't you know, you couldn't even talk to a salesperson. You had to talk to the receptionist because they didn't want you to feel like you were busy. And then the guy would show up and he's like, Oh, sorry, I can't get any of the keys to test drive anything.KevinIt's locked in a safe. Can you come back some other day? And they never call. That's just like, Here's my card. You follow up with me when you want to come back out. Like it's. It's this complete lack of any customer experience.JulieYeah, that's. She's like, it's one of those experiences where it's like, I want to give you money. Like I have money to give you to buy a car and nobody acts like they want to help me with this, you know? So I think it's just frustrating for her that nobody is taking her. And so if she comes out and she's like, This is what I'm looking for.JulieAnd they're just like, now, you know, I think it's just she doesn't feel like anybody is there to help her through the process and she's getting frustrated with it.AndrewMake you want to go Tesla and just like next next next next $500 deposit that shows up in a month done.KevinRight.AndrewYeah no people.KevinStill well it is an argument for a really good self service but it always comes back to the complexity of the purchase, the fear of making a wrong decision, and the number of options that home builders have. Make self service, generally speaking, not the same experience. And I always go back to like, yeah, there's so many different apps that say design your own home with this fun, you know, architectural app and it's easy as one, two, three.KevinYou look at the and then you try to like design anything and it just keeps saying error error like why can't I put that window there? I don't know. It just won't let me. It's just not as intuitive still as an opening.JulieEspecially for her. This would not work for her. She's over 70. I know some people over 70 would love it, but not her specifically.AndrewNo.KevinYeah.AndrewI would love it.KevinMy story time is just about the first part anyway, is how difficult it is to create something. Andrew and I were talking about this too, because, you know, he's creating new content. He and Sarah are also making new content for the market proof of Academy. And I was asked by NAHB to do a webinar and around a topic that I wrote for Builder magazine about.KevinSo I like I have the content I know like it's my own story in a way of my experience with Hartland of navigating a downturn market and what we did and how we did. I wrote this 1100 word article already and yet to sit down and craft from a blank set of PowerPoint slides, which I don't even love, really using slides in the same way as most people anyway.KevinBut it was just I had this experience when I was done with it of am I getting it like I'm not too old for this, I'm not giving up. But there is is like for 10 minutes afterwards, I was just so mentally exhausted from putting in the effort of building what ended up being like a 38 page presentation from nothing that I was just like, I'm too old for this.KevinLike, this is a young person's game making content and this is just hard. And that's, that's I think why people love the idea of I help and prompting and the rest. But anyway, I just shout out to anyone who ever makes anything. And Julie just wrote a book, but like creating something, especially when it's a combination of factual data and opinion and storytelling and, and, and who that's just tough.KevinIt's it's really, really tough. Now, the payoff was, was awesome because we ended up having I think over 450 people ended up registering put a link in the shots because they said, though as soon as it's posted on their website, we'll be able to put a link in for people to watch the replay as well. A lot of good questions, really good interactions, good time, but man is.KevinBut then there's the podcast, which is the opposite, and it's like this is the easiest thing ever. I look at the show notes 10 minutes before we hit record. We just talk time. We're swapping out articles last second or you know it. This is so effortless for me anyway. But creating that type of content is really hard. And so if.JulieYou put 1000 hours in on the podcast, is part of it, you're comfortable really, you're just you've had enough reps of that. Also, I think the hard thing is, is that good content looks effortless. So we're watching other people's content and we're like, Man, why is that? Why does mine not look like that? Why does mine feel so hard?JulieAnd then what you don't know is that just because it looked easy doesn't mean it was easy. So almost my story time. So I'm going to do a story time Part two. So. Okay. I'm a purple though, in jujitsu, so I'm usually one of the higher belts, if not the highest in the morning class that I go to.JulieAnd there's a lot of white belt women there.AndrewFor those who don't know, that means you can probably kick anyone's but at the summit.JulieRight? Well, lots of that out there. But so the professor, the coach there, sorry, this is making our story time really long. That's the coach there. Some mornings we'll say, okay, higher belts, you have to let the lower belt start wherever they want. So these white belt girls who are younger than me, probably stronger than me, can say, okay, I would like to start on your back with like about ready to choke you or I would like to start like on top of you.JulieAnd so then I have to work on my escapes and they get a chance to like, work on submissions and things. And so then when I get out, they're like, Man, that was so easy for you to get out. And I want to say, shut your mouth. It was not it was it was terrible. I was fighting for my life.JulieThat's like you think that it looked easy, but it was terrible for me. Like I hated it. Yeah. You know, so sometimes we look at people's content that's good, and we're like, Oh, but that's so easy for them. They just created that and it looked great. But you don't know that they're kind of fighting for their lives or have done that.JulieMany reps are working so hard to make it look that easy. So I think the same to you. People probably saw your presentation. Oh well, this is easy for them, but they don't know what it took behind the scenes to make it look effortless. Right.KevinAnd I, I think if you're a good presenter in any medium, you always are thinking about the audience experience and how they're absorbing it. And the podcast. I just feel like there's I mean, hopefully you're, you know, mowing the lawn, taking a walk, cooking dinner, like this is a great medium to do something else. At the same time.KevinSo it's like this and, and that's length and consistency mean that again, if you're sitting down on your couch with your popcorn and watching this, please don't tell me if you are, because I want to get you something special. I'll buy you popcorn for a year or something if that's actually what's happening. But there just seems like less pressure versus a straight for the same thing happens with the summit content.KevinIt is like you have to put time aside and it's not for me anyway. It's not repetition or practice of the content. It's the constant someone sitting in a seat that may or may not be comfortable after sitting in it for 4 hours. And I want to make sure that the visual payoff as much as possible of what I'm talking about connects or translates or adds something extra and isn't just like, anyway, I just yeah, it's hard.KevinI think content is hard. And you write thousand out the 10,000. I mean, should I should do the math. But if you average six or 7 hours a day talking to people times almost ten years now, I guess talking is not the hard part for me.AndrewYou know.KevinAll right, on to the news and we will try to keep those types of the episode doesn't go forever. MarketWatch dot com mortgage rates could hit 8% economists say, citing a worrying sign not seen since the Great Recession. The 30 year rate is at a critical stage. Lawrence Yun, chief economist at the National Association of Realtors, told MarketWatch.KevinThis is confusing to a lot of people. I feel like we've talked about a couple of times, but just for clarity, the Federal Reserve changes short term rates, the rest of the bond market and Treasury market adjusts based upon supply and demand for different lengths of maturities. The most important one for mortgages is the ten year Treasury note, so that has its own pricing that is not directly impacted by the Fed.KevinThere's a there's a correlation, but it's not directly affected. And then there is a risk premium that people who give money for mortgages want. So the ten year is considered a very safe investment. Unless the US government ceases to exist, they pay their debt by making more money, which is a whole other topic out of thin air. But you're going to get your money from that ten year Treasury bond.KevinSo if people are default on a mortgage, there's a risk that that could occur, especially when the market in the future doesn't look as rosy. And so the the Delta between the ten year and what mortgage rates are at is known as a risk premium. That risk premium and the ten year are both expanding. And that's why even though rates haven't changed very much, they're still headed up and may go headed higher.KevinSo in some sense, before we get into really the the full article, it's it's kind of I would say it is really smart people who have a lot of money at risk saying I think in the near term there is maybe a slightly higher likelihood of people being foreclosed on or loans not being paid back. And so I want more profit basically from the loan to cover potential losses.KevinSo that's that's why that that spread is so important to watch and understand. Anything else in this article that that you all.JulieKnow the I thought it was interesting that they were talking about don't expect the higher rates to hurt home prices. So some people may think, oh, because rates are going up and less people are going than your home prices are going to go down. They said that the that will only happen if the job market, if people are losing their jobs and then that would be when that would happen.JulieSo I thought that was an interesting point.AndrewYeah, it's so interesting. I mean, you know, different local Facebook groups and there's still this weird like thought that like everything is going to crash and people are waiting to buy for this inevitable crash and maybe people want Why would you want that? Like, that's so psychotic. Like what I want the world to be like. They want like, a recession, Great Recession.AndrewI'm like, what is wrong with you? First of all? Like, it's not going to happen.KevinBecause it's going to affect everyone else. They'll be unaffected.AndrewThey'll be unaffected. They'll still have their job perfect, and there'll be any change they could just scoop up a house half the price, what it is now. But so that's just it's interesting that I don't know. That's a common thought, but it definitely seems a somewhat common thinking. But just looking at this one part here, it's like he noted that monthly mortgage payment for a median priced home in 2019 was 1100.AndrewToday, at 8%, that payment would be over 2300.KevinSo that does not include taxes and interest, I believe.AndrewBut then you need to go like, well, those people who didn't buy it either time, what is their rent? Right. It could be 2823 is better than 28. So I'm saying that like this seems very doom and gloom, but like knowing people in our lives that are younger, like, Oh, but in house. Yeah, yeah. I'm like, can I have some details?AndrewYou know, like, I do stuff like, and every single person went down at least 2 to $300 renting to now owning a home. So my Oh, okay, cool. Now they are fortunate, like their career wise, they both had higher income established jobs, so they're both like they made 100 combined income, not not each, but like both. So they able to save up some money.AndrewAnd then both for Ira, both had down payment assistance from the county. Yeah. Which is more interesting. But prices were both met for hundreds for their homes.KevinBeth Russell sharing screenshots of articles, talking about how housing has just become completely like it's I forget the exact headline, something about no one can afford to buy anymore. And what's interesting, I just replied back quickly like that also means people can't afford to sell. And so that, you know, if rates continue to go higher, I think there will be fewer sellers until, to Yoon's point, people have job losses.KevinBut until that point just means there's going to be fewer existing homes on the market and builders are always going to have something for sale.AndrewSo more houses be perfect. Yeah. Builders, there's the supply.KevinAll right. Up next, this is a I really want to talk about this one, even if it's the last one we do. I don't care from geek it Slate.com don't discount the merits of a friction ful transaction. This is written by Drew Myers, the guy I've got to know over the last year and a half or so. Really good guy.KevinFriction is good. Not bad. At least in the residential real estate context. And he goes on to cite all of these different tools, services, platforms that want to make moving it at the push of a button easy. And then he's like, should it be easy? Are you going to make a great decision? If purchasing a home is as easy as ordering light bulbs off Amazon?KevinShould it should it should something that impacts your life so, so severely is a real benefit to having that be frictionless at point.JulieI don't think friction less should be the goal. I think figuring out where the friction should be and where the friction should be in places where we strategically want to slow the process down. So there should be parts of the process that we want to go quickly and easily and parts where we want that friction because we need people to slow down and not just to make the right decision.JulieBut you also can't build a relationship with somebody which sometimes you need to know because, you know, if you want to do more personalization or you want to listen or you want to find out what they want, you're going to have to slow that part down or it's not going to happen. So I think it's just being more strategic about where it needs to go fast and where it needs to go slow and leave the friction in those places.JulieWe need to slow it down.KevinRight. I think his argument here is a somewhat moral, you know, he goes into credit cards are easy and there's lots of studies that show if you pay in cash versus a credit card, you're going to you're going to be making smarter financial choices overall. And so he's like over half a century of cognitive science. And studies have shown that people who do multitask or move quickly.KevinAnd so then he's like, I promise buyer solutions to both with one seamless experience of here's the house for you. It's perfect in every way. Push the button. It's yours. And he's like, Should this desk be compressed to make it as easy to drop 200 grand or $2 million on a house? As easy as it is to drop a $5 bill on some other product or service.AndrewI would like.KevinThis is how he says. I don't buy the idea that people need or even want to buy houses with a single tap on their phone. Sequencing steps helps buyers minimize the chances of a poor investment decision with their hard earned dollars.AndrewI think this is my bias, or maybe this is what I think I don't. People are being polite by using the word frictionless by saying I think that transactional cost to sell and buy a home is absurd, right? Like if you were to sell.KevinThat is true. A lot of it is focused on like.AndrewHodling, like realtors, then like, hey, is there a way to get rid of this percentage? Or maybe you should shift that money to like, Hey, the inspection needs more money behind it and we could have a better inspection for a used home and more emphasis on that versus this kind of general contractor bringing in different trades to get it done.AndrewAnd they're the ones making the most money on the transaction. I don't if that. So, Drew, if you're listening, maybe have a part two of transact, you know, what we should is the same.KevinThing or something and see if he wants to come on some time on, I guess, episode. But one example would be like inspections, housing inspections. Is it really in the buyer's interest to waive those or to let's say that there's a company that says we'll do an AI powered inspection utilizing large amounts of data and we'll just estimate a likely cost of repairs.KevinJust so you have a sense of it. You can either push a button and get that for two bucks or you can wait 72 hours to have for a week to have an actual in-person inspection. Now, I'm not saying take away the optionality for the buyer because that's a negotiation tactic of I'm not going to require that. But all things being equal, just like, is it better to walk through physically the space that you're about to purchase or do it virtually, which is like and this goes like, we are really quick to give away the best option for just one that's better or good enough.KevinAnd I think that's kind of what you're saying. Julie There's there's things where we should always be optimizing to just the best and maybe a good enough in some areas is okay. But I if, if my one of my four kids goes to buy a house that's 25 years old and like, Hey dad, we're going to waive inspections, I'd be like.AndrewNo, you're not.JulieWell, And sometimes it takes a human to explain that, you know what I mean? Like the giving option just on an automated system is different than having a person telling you what the differences in those two choices are.KevinRight? I've even had people tell me, like, I waved my it's like, no matter what happens with the inspection, I can't get out of the contract, so I'm not going to do an inspection and like, you're nuts. Why would you still not want to know?AndrewThey still know.KevinYou may not be a reason to get out of the contract, but at least now you know for planning before you show up, you move in and try to take a bath in the tub, falls through the second floor. I think you would want to still know. I mean.AndrewYeah, all the hurricane things are missed very commonly. Even a newbuilds like, right, Matt Then insurance like that. That sounds terrifying. Hurricane coming. You're like, I wish we got an inspection. Make sure the straps and all that stuff is done correctly. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That's. I do both. All right, next your question.KevinI mean, it's it's a good thought process and I and I agree that we should be going after the best which might have a little bit of friction but if it's if it's in everyone's best interest and that kind of goes back to like the whole e-commerce ification of our industry I think is a little bit overplayed, not not totally, but a little bit from Reuters.com.KevinEvergrande Remember them files for us Bankruptcy protection as China economic fears mount. So this isn't just a story about Evergrande, which is your remember the place that had like was a 15 or nine towers imploded that were partially built.AndrewA billion.KevinGhost cities. We talked all about this a couple of years ago I think now well they're back the the whole real estate market and China's a mess. Trusts aren't paying out the funds that they're supposed to be. There's people protesting again. So that's interesting in and of itself that it's real estate that's having an issue there. But also just generally a lot of the global economies now are headed towards a recession or a severe decline in activity from where they have been.KevinAnd China is typically a big economic engine. So even if you believe in the soft landing theory of what's going to happen to the U.S. market broadly, there's always a statement of, you know, in China, when China sneezes, the U.S. catches a cold, vice versa, like these two really big economies, there is this global impact. And so Europe's doing poorly, Japan's doing poorly, China is doing poorly.KevinAnd a sense that even if things are great here, you're going into the end to the end of this year, early next year. Just kind of general economic activity in the world is not good. And that's quick aside, sorry I'm talking so much on this one, everyone. But I was having this conversation of someone was saying, Kevin, how do you feel about the housing market over the next 12 to, 24 months?KevinAnd here's here's my main thing is I can't think of in the stock market language, they call it a catalyst like is the stock going to go up or down? There needs to be some new piece of information that is a catalyst for change. I can't think of very many positive catalysts except for the one we just mentioned of existing homes not being available, but they're already not really available in most markets.KevinSo it might get a little bit better if rates go higher and less are available for us. Maybe. But it's almost like all of the good catalysts have already happened or are in play like now. Homes are available. Pricing in a lot of cases have adjusted or come down. And so then there's like the market catalysts that I, I can't really foresee.KevinBut if you can think of any show it did you convert dot com or just reach out to us on social channels. We'd love to hear your thoughts. And then the second thing is from a marketing perspective, even if the market's not doing great as a marketer, if there is some new thing that we could all be working on that always of ups the energy level of like, okay, well we can't do this, this and this, or we can go do this thing that's new and different.KevinAnd there is a little bit of that. And certainly the focus that Julie is helping with with her book on on content is a big piece of it. But again, in terms of a brand new kind of like we've all known we needed to do content well for a long, long time.AndrewYeah.KevinJulie's book is a great resource to help us do that better. People are budget, more money to it, but it's not like a completely brand new catalyst thought of this is really going to ignite something. So I think that's why I'm just generally I kind of like, enjoy what you got, why you got it. Keep getting better, keep your eye on the ball, work hard.KevinAll right. All the phrases from oh, yeah, something else.AndrewAll the phrases, all the phrases there. Keep going.KevinFrom Zillow.com. First home ownership surges. Half of all home buyers are making their first purchase. Half of all home buyers are purchasing their first home, the highest share that Zillow has ever recorded. And for Housing Trends Report finds that first time buyers now make up 50% of all home buyers, up from 45% last year, and a meaningful jump from 37% in 2021.KevinThat's really interesting to me.AndrewYeah. Trump on the age group they had is that millennials, which are 29 to 43 year olds, that's not what we think of young people, right?KevinRight. But they haven't been buying homes. Yeah. So these aren't large numbers until recently.AndrewYoung people.KevinYes. I just think I find it ironic that when in an era of affordability being the main reason slash excuse that people say why homes aren't selling, people can't buy that. It's first time buyers that make up 50%. What do you think?JulieWell, it's it's also what you what you know, if you don't know if you're coming into this market and it's the first time you've bought. I just now Googled we bought our first little condo in 2001 and I just Googled. So I don't know how accurate this is. That said, the rate's average 7.24%. Like they were terrible. We didn't know any different.JulieIt's different this time around because they were down to three and they came up to this. And so it's news. But also if they weren't already in a home with a 3% interest rate. So it is to just speaking to your audience and realizing that not every single person you're talking to is currently in a house with a 3% mortgage rate.JulieThere's people paying cash. There's, you know, first time homebuyers, There's all these other people who are also in the market that we also need to speak to.KevinThat takes us back to where we keep talking about on all of our calls with our with our builder partners and on leadership calls is right now the market is being driven by the four D's death. Diamond's divorce and diapers like that's regardless of where affordability is to your point. Like those are the reasons that you're saying okay.KevinWe're going to buy a house or need a change in our in our situation. GREEN No. All right. Favorites.AndrewFavorites. So let's say what's not what's not my favorite way.KevinWe started this new last time. It doesn't have to be a favorite anymore. It could be just something that's really pissing you off.AndrewOh, well, this is perfect, then. This boom stand is pissing me off. If you've seen me, me, myself. And because it keeps fun, it keeps falling down. So I have a new one that Amazon said. Your shipments arriving late or something. Supposed to be here this morning. I'm like, Oh, I arrive here at 7:11 a.m.. Perfect. It's one this one is like it's blue.AndrewThe blue brand. I think they make a fake out. They make microphones and stuff. It's like a hundred bucks, but it's tension based. So it's like the weather affects it and humidity, for whatever reason is super annoyance. I just bought one that's like you just lock it in because it really doesn't move. I'm excited to replace it. This thing is super annoying.AndrewDon't buy it. It's awful. Well, it's.KevinOne of those things. It's not a buy once. Try once deal with Julie. I thought that would be sad that she bought her camera. But it is one of those things like arm. I had the same challenge, but there's a tension adjustment piece on it.AndrewYeah, but.KevinFor the last year I have not bothered to mess with. I'm just like the things slowly would float up and it would annoy me and I'd push it back down and it would stay there for 5 minutes and then slowly float back up. Just having the right equipment is half the battle. It's worth it almost every time. And then the second is just taking the time again to take care of it like I talked about before.KevinBut yeah, that's.AndrewIt's so someone wants to.JulieMine are homework helpers this year for math he has homework helpers. We're basically has the same worksheet that he's working on that shows you what you're supposed to do without the answers on it. Thank goodness, because I was having to google everything. And it's not that it's like hard stuff. It just doesn't make any. It just I've never seen it laid out like that and I have no idea how to help them.JulieSo thank goodness already we're like two weeks into school and I'm already having to like, go to the homework helpers and figure out what in the heck they're talking about. So I'm having homework so I.AndrewLearn rational numbers and irrational numbers whole. Yeah, I'm like, I don't.JulieKnow, like, yes, I'm like, Wait, I don't know what they're asking. So that's been my go to this week.KevinLet's see what I'm going to is going to pick some app on my phone that I think that I use that I think most people may not have. There's one called Sunshine Birthdays. You've all seen this before. That's Marissa mayer of former Yahoo Fame. That's her company. And what it does is it lets you log in and connect all of your different accounts and just create a single source of truth, people's birthdays.KevinIt also does the same thing for contacts. So it's kind of like an iCloud. That's not Apple only, but it'll go to all of your social networks, your Gmail, whatever, and your calendars already, and then it'll say, Hey, there's three different birthdays or three different profiles for Andrew. Pete, do you want to consolidate them? Is this the right day?KevinIt's one of those small little things that and then it reminds you, you can look at it easily a week in advance or a mother of and Sue's birthdays are coming up. They're their play, as you know. They make it really easy to order someone something if you want to through the app. But it's just one of those nice little things that you're like, this is just helpful to not not miss birthdays anymore.AndrewDoes it go through like does it prefer Amazon as far as like it tries to sync it to Amazon, like get you to buy? The reason I'm saying the best purchases from you have this really cool experience and then they get like the affiliate money from pushing all these transactions from their app. So I'm like, Oh, that's genius.AndrewLike, let's make it easy for people to shop for birthdays. We make money by being affiliate with all these different e-commerce companies.KevinI might have spoke too quickly there. I thought an option to send presents, but what I'm getting now is just ordering cards or cards.AndrewOh, they go.KevinIt's probably just through their on experience.AndrewIt's pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah. It is a hard to remember.KevinSomething and it's called sunshine. It'll brighten your day.AndrewI think. Sunshine.KevinAll right, that'll do it for season one of marketing. Of marketing. Be sure to join us for the beginning of season two next week. We'll see you then.JulieSee. The post Ep 300: Good Content Looks Effortless appeared first on Online Sales and Marketing for Home Builders - DYC.
Late breaking news! Kelly is giving Change Academy listeners an electronic copy of her new book for free! Scroll down for the link to that I met Kelly Howard a few months ago, when she invited me to be a guest on her podcast. I loved the concept of her podcast, which is that fitness is not just another chore that we're supposed to do. It is a gateway to more freedom. Kelly takes that message beyond her podcast and into the real world, where she runs a company that offers hiking, biking, backpacking, and kayaking adventures, as well as fitness coaching programs to help people prepare for those adventures. In other words, fitness is not the real goal. Fun and freedom are the goals, and fitness makes those possible. It's a perfect example of something we talk about all the time here, which is how important it is to have a compelling why, and to align our goals to our larger objectives.In this conversation, you'll hear how Kelly applies those principles to the work that she does. But these insights apply just as well to any other goals that you may be working on. Takeaways: For most of the things we want to achieve, being consistent is more important than achieving mastery. The value of creating a detailed plan always has to be balanced with the flexibility that allows us to pivot when plans go awry We need to be just as intentional about rest and recovery as we are about effort Specific events can be great things to work toward. But don't forget to think about–and plan for–what comes next. Mentioned:Fit is Freedom podcast Episode #95Brock's morning warm upFit: Active and Ageless for Life, by Kelly Howard(Free copy for Change Academy members!) ★ Support this podcast ★
In this episode we will be answering a listener question that came in. Somebody wanted to know how to lean into an editorial element, or slap in the face if you will, and brought up that it seems like there's a way to bring in black into an otherwise neutral space, so we decided to create an entire podcast episode out of it. The most editorial moments are when you can show something with an opinion or unexpected, and something that's not too played out, or it's not the same player as the rest of the pieces in the room. The most editorial moment is when you get that one funky chair that just goes with what the owners love. Giving the room that editorial element 9:45 Ways we've done it in our own homes 13:10 Solving a problem while out in the world 16:00 Bringing black into a neutral space 19:40 Mural patterns 20:50 Space planning 24:50 “We are emotional about our collections and we're not necessarily curating them for a room, and we don't curate the room first, and then buy it. We're slowly picking up this and that over the years and we don't worry about where it goes. We worry about it moving us.” 14:17 https://www.instagram.com/alicelaneinteriors/ https://www.instagram.com/alicelanehome/ https://alicelanehome.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AliceLaneHome https://www.pinterest.com/alicelanehome/ https://www.youtube.com/alicelanehomecollectionsaltlakecity News Letter: https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=HZENWY&g=PFcqV5
Is there an optimal diet for runners? Are certain supplements more appropriate and effective for runners than others out there on the market? These are some of the bigger, intriguing questions that we runners face dialing in our nutrition strategies for training and racing. Here today to break down and answers these questions head on is Richard Rosenfeld, a Distinguished Professor of Otolaryngology at the State University of NY in Brooklyn, with over 350 peer-reviewed medical publications, 8 years as editor-in-chief of a major medical journal, and board-certified in Lifestyle Medicine among other significant credentials. Specifically, we address: What is means to engage in “clean eating” Differences, pros, and cons between various diets such as plant-based and low-carb, high fat The pros and cons of regular animal versus plant-sourced protein intake The benefits of certain supplements such as caffeine, creatine, and vitamin e There's a lot of practical value in this conversation. Let's get into it! Connect, Comment, Community Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month! Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: LMNT Maintaining healthy electrolyte levels will not only improve performance and endurance on the run, but can help with preventing headaches, maintaining a healthy weight, and help with recovery. That's why we recommend all runners check out Element this summer. It's loaded with everything you need to replenish your electrolyte balance with 1000mg of sodium, 200mg of potassium, and 60mg of magnesium, and doesn't include anything you don't need like extra sugar or anything artificial. Even better, they are currently running a special deal where you can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order. So, order your favorite flavor and get a free sample pack to try out new flavors or share with your running friends. To get this special offer and make sure you're hydrating properly this summer, head over to drinklmnt.com/runnersconnect. Magnesium Breakthrough from Bioptimizers. Supplementing with magnesium before you go to bed has been shown in scientific studies to… Increase in muscle oxygenation during high intensity exercise Reduce inflammation Significantly improve sleep quality Improve aerobic exercise capacity when training. When you're looking for a magnesium supplement, make sure you take one that is organic and has all 7 unique forms of magnesium. Our recommendation is Magnesium Breakthrough from Bioptimizers because it's made with the highest quality, organic magnesium and contains all 7 critical forms. Most other magnesium supplements are synthetic and only contain one or two forms of magnesium, which is simply not enough. For an exclusive offer for Run to the Top listeners go to magbreakthrough.com/runtothetop and use the code run10 and you'll save an additional 10% on any purchase.
This week we are joined by artist and author, Bob Osborne AKA Rebel Not Taken. In this show we hope to explore the subject of Bob's latest book, ‘Zennor: Spirit Of Place'. The book highlights a mystical area of Cornwall that has acted as a magnet for figures in the occult, literary and artistic spheres. What is it about this isolated region of the Cornish peninsula that has attracted so many weird, eccentric and controversial figures throughout history? What were they all doing there? Let's find out! For more information on Bob's work, follow these links: Website - https://www.rebelnottaken.co.uk/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rebelnottaken/?hl=en #zennor #occult #dhlawrence ____________________________________________________________________ Follow us here: https://allmylinks.com/the-amish-inquisition Signup for the newsletter, join the community, follow us online, and most importantly share links! ____________________________________________________________________ Producer Credits for Ep 293: Mark Antony Wyatt from The Cuckoo Town podcast, Aliyah, Helen, Joe, Chris from Sheep Farm, Lee from The Big Conspire and Nelly the Cat ____________________________________________________________________ Message us here....follow, like, subscribe and share. (comments, corrections, future topics etc). We read out iTunes reviews if you leave them. Website - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/ Join the Element server: https://matrix.to/#/%23the-amish-inquisition%3Amatrix.org Subscribe to the Newsletter: http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/subscribe-to-the-newsletter/ Get your Merch from: The Amish Loot Chest - https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/amish-inquisition-loot-chest Email - email@example.com Buy us a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theamishguys Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/theamishinquisition Guilded - https://www.guilded.gg/i/k5ax5Adk Odysee Channel - https://odysee.com/@theamishinquisition:e Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/c-1347401 TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLtYEueE/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/amishinqpodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/amish.inquisit.3 Instagram - https://www.inAmish Inquisition | Facebookstagram.com/theamishinquisition/?hl=en Bitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/0fNMZAQctCme/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv8ucrv5a2KpaRWyBWfBUA Find out how to become a Producer here - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/phil-1523918247/ Become a Producer! The Amish Inquisition is 100% supported by YOU. NO Ads, NO Sponsorship, NO Paywalls. We really don't want to suckle at the teat of some faceless corporate overlord. But that is only avoidable with your help! Join your fellow producers by donating to The Amish Inquisition via the PayPal button on our website, simply donate whatever you think the show is worth to you. If you find the podcast valuable, please consider returning some value to us and help keep the show free and honest. 292 Assets: Worlds Worst Salad:https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/woman-shares-picture-worlds-worst-30707714 Somerset Gimp Update: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12412921/amp/Somerset-Gimp-suspect-banned-crawling-wriggling-writhing-ground-stands-trial-October.html JVT gets Moderna job: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/jonathan-van-tam-job-moderna-vaccine-b2395006.html#comments-area JVT steps down from Uni Job: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-64802114 JVT: https://twitter.com/GardenerSpike/status/1481556169147793409?t=Ccw-VAvX7E0b_ss3z-1Mcw&s=19 Iso Vivek: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2wx586v4OOzHTGnyx2lfTt?si=3U7xRWkKSq6PhqtW-K8eIA&t=569 Iso from Joe: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cu7p9HsAg0G/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Iso Carnival: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2VAgzEfkvfTSxSQt2GwM7h?si=m_qQiMg0TqyHNfFY3abufQ&t=1202 20:02 Iso: Human Rights Mmkay: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2VAgzEfkvfTSxSQt2GwM7h?si=VKdmFT2gSq6UIQVIwpiwIA&t=1398 23:18 Covid News: AJ on new lockdowns? - https://twitter.com/TheRightMelissa/status/1692705115361161587?t=CwQpi4NE7PsHXrNQ7hJkBw&s=19 Insta reel of Icke from Chris: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CvrXDp0Nn4V/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Vegan and vegetarian: https://twitter.com/IncomingDaily/status/1692225926883692757?t=Iox7-3ppx38kb91I2AbTsw&s=09 Spanish Dog going nuts: https://twitter.com/Britishfinest21/status/1692563189970411979?t=DIZt5zRozhBDDlDKHS8utQ&s=19 Sheep Farm 136: 29:07: https://sheepfarm.co.uk/music/sf136-mint-sauce-chronicles/ Iso: TikTok on free will (want a want): https://www.tiktok.com/@atheisticpreacher/video/7268675837841640750
Welcome to the TestGuild Automation Podcast! In this episode, host Joe Colantonio is joined by automation experts Lee Walsh and Michael Palotas to discuss the fascinating world of secure automation testing at scale, leveraging the power of Sbox. Michael, the Head of Product at Element 34, brings his wealth of experience from companies like eBay and Intel, while Lee, the Director of Customer Success at Element 34, adds his expertise from his time at BrowserStack.Throughout the conversation, the guests explore the importance of security and compliance in automation testing, the benefits and challenges of using different test tools like Selenium and Playwright, and the considerations enterprises must consider when choosing an automation solution. They also dive into the features and advantages of Sbox, Element 34's flagship product, including its ability to run tests within the customer's firewall, ensuring data privacy. Join us as we uncover the secrets to successful automation testing at scale and gain insights from industry leaders who have experienced firsthand challenges and triumphs. Let's dive in and discover the fantastic world of secure automation testing with Sbox! See a demo for yourself now: https://links.testguild.com/sbox
The concept of opposites attracting is reflected everywhere in nature, but nowhere will you see it be more perfectly demonstrated than in interactions between men and women. Masculinity attracts femininity, women want masculine men, it's that simple. This polarity is the fundamental that underlines attraction. Today's episode will break down precisely what it is to be in your masculine energy and give you essential tips and habits you can employ today to immediately increase your masculinity. Get Your FREE 1 on 1 Breakthrough Session here: https://coachmarksing.com/coaching/ Follow Mark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachmarksing/ Watch UMP Episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCybix9PZoDgcyyt5hNxPLuw Grab Mark's Free Program: "The Approach Formula": http://www.CoachMarkSing.com/The-Approach-Formula Contact Mark Directly: CoachMarkSing@Gmail.com