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    Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar
    Episode 125: The Rosacea and SIBO Link

    Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 28:16


    Ready to dive into the guts of SIBO? So are we. This week, we're joined by Dr. Michael Traub, as he talks about the connections between SIBO and Rosacea, how you can test for SIBO, and possible treatment options. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com.   Michael Traub ND, DHANP, FABNO completed pre-med studies at the University of California at Irvine. He graduated in 1981 from National College of Naturopathic Medicine and completed a residency there in Family Practice and Homeopathy. He is founder and medical director of Lokahi Health Center in Kailua Kona, Hawaii since 1986. He is board-certified in naturopathic oncology and homeopathy.   His father was a dermatologist, and this inspired Dr. Traub to undertake additional study in this subject. He has lectured internationally and taught dermatology at six of the eight accredited naturopathic medical schools in North America. He is the author of “Essentials of Dermatologic Diagnosis and Integrative Therapeutics,” and a contributor to several textbooks including “Textbook of Natural Medicine.”   Dr. Traub is Past-President of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and was awarded the AANP's Naturopathic Physician of the Year award in 2006. He has served on many other professional boards in the realm of naturopathic and integrative medicine.   To learn more about Rosacea and SIBO, attend Dr. Traub's lecture at the 2022 Integrative Dermatology Symposium.

    Here's The Deal
    5 Essentials: Successful Parenting in Teen Years (Part 2) - Part 4 (Ep.563)

    Here's The Deal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 11:19


    Visit Larry's websites at larrytomczak.com or bullseyechallenge.com. 

    When Women Fly
    075 Companion Episode with Coach Tenille Hoogland on Training Essentials including Female Physiology, Recovery, and Cross Training

    When Women Fly

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 30:06


    In this companion episode, Sylvia and Tenille Hoogland discuss training essentials for female athletes. They discuss how unrealistic expectations of female bodies hurt our health and performance, and what we can do to train smarter.Topics Include: - Misconceptions around women's health- Peri menopause and beyond - Avoiding injuries as an athlete- Body image stereotypes of female athletes - Unique training challenges women face- Tapping into cycles to improve performance- Proper recovery cycles- Avoiding burnout- And other topics...Tenille Hoogland is Founder and Head Coach of Elements Sports Coaching, where she  applies evidence-based science - including the emerging field of female physiology as applied to sport - into performance-altering individualized programs and experiences.  With 20+ years of experience and education in psychology, sport nutrition, exercise physiology, sport administration, race management, active travel guiding and triathlon and bike racing at the professional and local level, Tenille works with athletes to discover personal goals in sport, understand athletes' unique physiology, fitness strengths and weaknesses, and nutrition gaps.Before coaching full-time, Tenille led Age Group Team Canada to International Triathlon Union World Championship events, organized IRONMAN events, and was a senior planner for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Federal Secretariat. She competed as an elite, professional, and sponsored triathlete from 2007-2013 earning titles in both short distance (ITU Pan-American Cup Champion) and long-distance triathlon (2 x 70.3 IRONMAN Champion).She earned her Master of Public Administration at Queen's University, a Master's Certificate in Project Management at Royal Roads University, and a BA in Psychology at Western University.Resources Mentioned:Element Sports Coaching: https://www.elementsportscoaching.com/Athletes Thriving in Perimenopause and Beyond: https://www.facebook.com/groups/athletesthriving/about/Stay Connected:Signup for AIR BORN, our monthly newsletter! A letter from Sylvia will show up in your inbox, with links to her latest conversations and insights.Email: hello@whenwomenfly.comWebsite: https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Socials: @whenwomenfl

    Mom Is In Control Podcast
    958: "The 3 Essentials That Keep Me Focused & Energized in Chaotic Seasons"

    Mom Is In Control Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 29:10


    “Don't wait. The time will never be just right." – Napoleon Hill In this episode, I talk about: Facing our post-pandemic lives and acknowledging that we might be inclined to fall back into old habits and routines  The importance of creating sustainable change through the daily practice of micro habits Embracing "messy consistency" as the break away from perfectionism  The importance of putting into place boundaries with yourself; having "emotional boundaries" so that our emotions don't sabotage us  Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ Find out more and apply to the Mastery Coaching program here: https://heatherchauvin.com/summer To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy

    Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
    GGACP Classic: Brad Bird and Michael Giacchino Part 1

    Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 69:59


    GGACP celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Pixar masterpiece "Ratatouille" (released June 29, 2007) by revisiting this 2-part interview with Oscar-winning writer-director Brad Bird and Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino. Also in this episode, the Brad and Michael discuss their various collaborations ("The Incredibles," "Incredibles 2," "Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol") complex action plots, "pre-loved" soundtracks, the demise of movie showplaces and the genius of John Barry and Elmer Bernstein. Also, Peter O'Toole clears his throat, Tom Cruise scales a high-rise, Burt Lancaster swims in an imaginary river and Michael Keaton pokes fun at comic book fanatics. PLUS: "The Big Sleep"! "Never Say Never Again"! The lost James L. Brooks musical! Brad co-hosts TCM's "The Essentials"! And Michael composes a love letter to Henry Mancini, Lalo Schifrin and John Williams! Special thanks to audio producer John Murray and Curtis Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Fluency TV Alemão
    Walk 'n' Talk Essentials Alemão #112 - Mas que trânsito!

    Fluency TV Alemão

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 13:25


    LISTA DE ESPERA | INSTAGRAM | MATRÍCULAS ABERTAS Vamos respirar fundo e ter paciência, pois o assunto de hoje é congestionamento! Lembre-se de acessar o nosso portal para conferir o conteúdo complementar deste episódio! É só visitar fluencytv.com! Bis bald! LINK DO MATERIAL DE APOIO DO fluencytv.com

    Fluency TV Francês
    Walk 'n' Talk Essentials Francês #116 - Água com gás

    Fluency TV Francês

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 15:40


    Lita de Espera | Instagram Fluency TV Francês | Playlist Walk 'n' Talk Essentials Francês Manter-se hidratado é importante, né? No episódio de hoje, você vai aprender a pedir água em francês – e, é claro, muito vocabulário, não só para não morrer de sede, mas para pedir a sua água do jeito que você quiser. Vamos lá? Então pegue seus fones de ouvido e aperte o play! Lembre-se: para conferir o conteúdo complementar deste episódio, é só acessar o nosso portal, fluencytv.com. Au revoir ! Material de apoio

    Queek! - der intersektionale queerfeministische Geek-Podcast
    # 109 - Queer Essentials - Teil 2: Dokumentationen und Serien

    Queek! - der intersektionale queerfeministische Geek-Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 27:03


    Moinsen! Der Pride Month neigt sich dem Ende zu und deshalb gibt es heute noch den zweiten Teil meiner queer essentials, dieses Mal Dokumentationen und Serien und vielleicht sogar auch den ein oder anderen eventuell etwas unkonventionellen Eintrag. Auch heute gibt es natürlich wieder eine Übersicht aller Titel im Blog. Viel Spaß und bis bald - wir hören uns! Zu TransMedienWatch Direkt zur Petition

    Marketing Speak
    Web Usability Essentials with Steve Krug

    Marketing Speak

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 52:35


    Today, I am joined with usability consultant Steve Krug. Steve is the author of Don't Make Me Think, the most recommended book for anyone who wants to learn about user experience (UX), and Rocket Surgery Made Easy, a usability testing handbook. His books were based on the 25+ years he spent as a usability consultant for various clients like Apple, Bloomberg.com, Lexus.com, NPR, and the International Monetary Fund. Tune in! The show notes, including the transcript and checklist to this episode, are at marketingspeak.com/349. 

    Here's The Deal
    5 Essentials: Successful Parenting in Teen Years (Part 2) - Part 3 (Ep.562)

    Here's The Deal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 12:19


    Visit Larry's websites at larrytomczak.com or bullseyechallenge.com. 

    Oh F*ck Yeah with Ruan Willow
    9 Essentials for a Sex Vacation and How to Pack Them

    Oh F*ck Yeah with Ruan Willow

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:55


    Ep 162: 9 Essentials for a Sex Vacation and How to Pack Them. Are you going on a sex vacation? Do you want to plan one because you love this idea? I have tips to make it hot, sexy, steamy, fun, and memorable. Whether sex is your vacation goal or just part of the vacation fun, my ideas are concrete ideas and products to help you enjoy, savor, and get the most sexual satisfaction possible. This episode even applies to those traveling without a partner because several of these things will help a person with solo sex as well. This podcast contains affiliate links to products I use and endorse. Please know that I do get a kickback for advertising the products but that is at no added cost to you.I hope you find this podcast episode helpful in planning your next vacation with sex in it, or your next sex vacation. You can have so much fun, just pack the right stuff and you will enjoy to the max!You can read this blog post with links to the products by clicking here:  https://ruanwillowauthor.com/9-essentials-for-a-sex-vacation-and-how-to-pack-them/Links to products I LOVE from the podcast episode (affiliate): I adore these brands! Check them out! Link to the Zumio sex toy I love: https://shrsl.com/3l91uLovense: https://amzn.to/3OKdm0b https://www.lovense.com/r/bhjft9 Mystery Vibe: https://shrsl.com/3l922Promescent Delay Spray for longer-lasting erections, female arousal gel, orgasm-enhancing supplement, and lubes: https://shrsl.com/3l92bRuan's favorite gel lube: https://amzn.to/3OJOUvS and https://amzn.to/3NtHjQQ and the purple one https://amzn.to/3I2DiCaEnhanced Male sex toy cleaner: https://shrsl.com/3l92kAvidlove lace lingerie: https://amzn.to/3OvFzrIAmazon Audible 3 month free trial: https://amzn.to/3HWGizUWant some ideas for your sex vacation? Check out my novellas where the topic is a sex vacation! Get a copy of my new book  Ruan's Beach Getaway:On sale at online sellers: https://books2read.com/u/m2eE6dAnd on Amazon  for any market in the world (affiliate): https://storyoriginapp.com/universalbooklinks/c9fbb3e6-ddf1-11ec-b61c-5b8761feaf66Get the first book Ruan's Cabin Getaway where Ruan and Sebastian have sex all over the cabin for a fuckfest weekend! https://books2read.com/u/4jgBE2And on Apple and Kobo https://books2read.com/u/medqrVHello! Welcome to my podcast! Connect with me here as well: https://linktr.ee/RuanWillowListen to this podcast episode to improve your sexuality, learn something new, entertain your brain, and enjoy!On my podcast, you will find erotica and romance, topics on relationships, romance and love, self-care,  intimacy, for adults only,  interviews with experts, and the podcasBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

    Welcome to the Womb
    Becoming A Midwife: Surviving And Thriving As A Student Midwife!

    Welcome to the Womb

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 50:14


    Can't figure out whether or not you want to become a Midwife? Or you HAVE decided, and need some helpful pointers on how to make it through the course? Join Midwife Em as she goes through what it looks like to be a Student Midwife in Australia. From discussing the two main courses available to breaking down some key tips to surviving and thriving, this is a must-listen episode for all Student's and Student Midwife-hopeful's.If you want to hear more from Em or want to support the podcast head to –Instagram @midwife_em and @welcometo.thewombLink Tree https://linktr.ee/midwife_emBuy Em a Cuppa https://www.buymeacoffee.com/midwifeem

    Moonlight Audio Theatre
    OLD-TIME RADIO ESSENTIALS Ep. 25 - Tales of the Texas Rangers

    Moonlight Audio Theatre

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 60:41


    (Orig. rel. 6/27/21) Season Two of Old-Time Radio Essentials concludes! It's our finale, and Pete's pick -- and he's bringing us an exciting episode of Tales of the Texas Rangers for us to enjoy and discuss. And since we're on the subject of discussion, we hope to determine whether this entry meets the following criteria: 1. Is it truly representative of that series? (Can anyone point to it and say, "Yes, that is what [NAME OF SERIES] was all about.") 2. Is it an episode worthy of inclusion in any and every OTR aficionado's private collection? So with this in mind, we three bring you, as our twenty-fifth number (but 12th official episode of S2), this episode of Tales of the Texas Rangers from 1950. We'll introduce the show, play it in its entirety, then discuss it at length. Thanks for joining us, and we hope you enjoy it! WARNING: This OTR episode contains derogatory comments about Latin-Americans. Listener discretion is advised. Please show your support of the podcast by doing any of the following! To comment on how we might improve OTR-E, or give suggestions for future discussions, please write to us at f6point3@gmail.com . Put the word "Essentials" in the subject line. Your feedback means a lot to us! A review at iTunes or at your usual podcatcher would be appreciated.

    Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.
    Fitness Essentials for Remote work and Nomads: what all of us need to do every week.

    Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 23:11


    TUNE IN TO LEARN:The essential movement practices, the amount of minutes, the exact exercise practices, and my favorite  website and an app that I'v  been using since the pandemic started, that kept me in a top shape even in quarantine in London in a tiny room - fitness for life based on research, your minimum effective dose and how I maintain it working remotely or as a digital nomad, traveling and being flexible.

    DUTCH Podcast
    Endocrine Essentials: Cortisol

    DUTCH Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 37:21


    In this episode Dr. Christina O'Brien will be covering the CAR, metabolized cortisol and more. Cortisol is the stress hormone, and you can tell a lot about how someone manages stress by looking at the first hour of their day. The Cortisol Awakening Response - or CAR - acts as a mini stress test to show how your body uses cortisol to wake up and feel alert. Listen in to learn about cortisol and how to use the saliva cortisol curve to understand your patients' stress resilience.

    Here's The Deal
    5 Essentials: Successful Parenting in Teen Years (Part 2) - Part 2 (Ep.561)

    Here's The Deal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 11:48


    Visit Larry's websites at larrytomczak.com or bullseyechallenge.com. 

    Kay Properties Podcast
    Kay Properties Matt McFarland and Steve Haskel on The Lifecycle of a DST

    Kay Properties Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:22


    Welcome to DST 1031 Essentials with Kay Properties — An in-depth look at the many recurring themes and nuances to the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investment process.   Topics will cover 1031 exchanges, ins and outs of the Delaware Statutory Trust structure, timing, cash investing, REITS, funds, real estate and more.   The kpi1031.com platform not only provides access to these 25+ different sponsor companies, but also custom DSTs only available to Kay clients, full due diligence and vetting on each DST property on the platform (typically 20-40 DSTs), and an active DST secondary market. Kay Properties team members collectively have over 115 years of real estate experience, are licensed in all 50 states, and have participated in over 21 Billion of DST 1031 investments   In this week's episode, Vice President Matt McFarland and Vice President Steve Haskel talk about the different stages of a DST and what investors need to be aware of at each stage of the process. DSTs do have their risks and Steve covers what new DST investors should be aware of when they go through these different lifecycle stages.   Key Takeaways: [1:00] Risks and disclosures. [3:55] About Kay Properties & Investments. [4:35] Matt introduces Steve and today's topic. [7:25] What are the different components to a DST?  [10:20] There is a large need to find debt-free properties. This is why Co-Capital was created.  [14:20] How do sponsors make money and what role do they play in the DST process? [17:55] Due diligence is critical before purchasing a DST. Kay Properties makes sure the property is exactly how it's being listed. [23:35] What are some of the ways to reduce closing risks in a 1031 exchange?  [26:45] What's it like owning a DST? [30:25] What should investors be aware of when they begin to sell a DST?  [34:00] What makes DSTs so unique? Matt shares his insights.  [38:10] The good news is investors have a lot of options in a DST!    Resources Website: https://www.kpi1031.com/ Call Kay Properties at 855-899-4597 Meet the Kay Properties Team: kpi1031.com/meet-our-team   About Kay Properties and www.kpi1031.com    Securities offered through Growth Capital Services, member FINRA, SIPC, Office of Supervisory Jurisdiction located at 582 Market Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94104. Potential returns and appreciation are never guaranteed and loss of principal is possible.  Please speak with your CPA and attorney for tax and legal advice.

    Economics For Business
    Peter Lewin and Steven Phelan: How Do Entrepreneurs Calculate Economic Value Added? Subjectively.

    Economics For Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    At the core of the entrepreneurial orientation that is the engine of vibrant, growing, value-creating, customer-first businesses, we find the principles of subjectivism and subjective value. Subjective value embraces not only the value the customer seeks, but also the value that entrepreneurs establish in their companies: capital value. Once businesses master these two principles in combination, they can open new horizons of innovation and growth. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights A fundamental advantage of Economics For Business over traditional business schools is the understanding of subjective value. It's hard for conventional businesses, and for the traditional instruction in business school, to fully embrace all the insights of subjectivism and the subjectivism of value. The traditional bias is towards numbers, quantification, prediction, and financial control. Value is conflated with price and profit. Value is what customers will pay, cost is what the producer pays for inputs, and profit is the difference. Value is inherent in the thing that is produced. Finance and accounting are the numerical tools for computing these relationships. When business embraces subjectivism, the value is not in the thing. Human minds bring value to the thing. Value comes ultimately from the consumer or end-user. They evaluate the offerings available to them and make value decisions, to part with their money (or not) to claim the value that's offered. Value is better thought of as a verb rather than a noun. It's an emotional driver of decision-making. Firms can't impose their concepts of value on customers. A key difference for the subjectivist approach is that customers alone determine value and producers can't create it and sell it. Value is experienced by customers and, of course, experience lies entirely with them and can't be reproduced or projected or simulated by producers. That doesn't mean that there's no role in value generation for businesses. Steve Phelan broke down the firm's value role into 3 parts: value imagination, value delivery and value capture. Value imagination is a belief about the future — entrepreneurs imagine (or have a “hunch” about) a future in which a target customer experiences value from the producer's offering, the goods and/or services they make available to customers. This imagination step is a major component of the entrepreneurial journey construct we employ at econ4business.com to help businesses generate value and grow. It's creativity at work — where value creation starts. Value delivery is implementation of the imagined value: designing the goods / services for commercial offering, assembling all the components required for implementation (including people in team roles as well as production assets) and taking the offering to the marketplace with a price and a value communication bundle. Value capture concerns how much of the value experienced by the customer flows back to the producer. Typically, value production takes place in a system — perhaps including retail channels, or a wholesale partner, or a bank of financial partner. How much of the value flow do they take? Or how about competition, who might copy and undercut. Or suppliers who violate contracts or under-perform on contracted services. Entrepreneurs must pay close attention to value capture. Subjective value thinking extends to business investment decisions. Subjectivism applies not only to value but to the assets of a producing firm. The subjectivist approach understands assets as providers of potential services that customers might value. Most classes of assets (including people) can be assigned to multiple different uses and multiple configurations for the provision of different services. Entrepreneurship weighs up — evaluates — all the possibilities and assigns the assets to their greatest value generating uses. Value calculus assesses the value-producing arrangements inside the firm. Entrepreneurial producers of value face in two directions: outward to the market and customers, and inwards to the firm and its internal organization. Looking inwards, producers must calculate which assets — including both human capital assets and physical assets — in which combination result in the greatest value for customers at the least cost. This requires an evaluation that assesses value flowing to the customer from the firm. Since value is subjectively determined by the customer, this calculation is extremely challenging. Peter Lewin called it subjective quantification, and Steve Phelan used the term value calculus. It's a combination of qualitative and quantitative assessments that's learned over time. It's highly contingent on the (changing) value preferences of customers. Internally, managers must combine their people assets and physical assets in a way that produces most value based on this uncertain and changing value calculus. Entrepreneurs and owners can't be the decision-makers for everyone, and so the organizational technology must be designed for greatest value generation. Instructively, that organizational technology has been changing over time — from highly structured and divisionalized organizations to today's more open, networked, and interconnected organizations. The tool for capturing this value calculus is EVA — economic value added. Capital is a value. In fact, Ludwig von Mises remarked that it was unfortunate that business ever coined the term capital goods, because it tends to make us think of capital as something solid and fixed. It's not — it's the result of the value calculus that Steve Phelan talks about. Capital value can be measured, but not in the way that is captured on a P&L or a balance sheet — creating numbers that appear to be exact, and fixed and fully determined. Entrepreneurs must estimate capital value and the estimate is that of the valuer. They do so algorithmically — there's a process and a routine but it's not necessarily mathematical. It includes breaking down the asset combination into smaller and smaller components — perhaps individual people or teams, or perhaps divisions versus the entire company, or perhaps some set of components that can be thought of as an integrated grouping — and assessing their relative capital value contribution. Money values can be used since this helps the expression of relative value, but the algorithmic computation is never exact. Its validity is always in the eye of the valuer. The goal is to find costs that don't add value, or don't add as much value as other costs. Accounting and finance — one looking to the past to measure what happened and one looking to the future to predict what will happen — offer objective-looking numbers, but they truly reflect the subjective value calculus of the entrepreneur in trying to allocate economic value added as accurately as possible. Additional Resources "An Austrian Theory Of The Firm" by Peter Lewin and Steven Phelan: Mises.org/E4B_176_PDF1 Austrian Capital Theory: A Modern Survey of the Essentials by Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky: Mises.org/E4B_176_Book "Entrepreneurship in a theory of capital and finance — Illustrating the use of subjective quantification" by Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky: Mises.org/E4B_176_PDF2

    Interviews
    Peter Lewin and Steven Phelan: How Do Entrepreneurs Calculate Economic Value Added? Subjectively.

    Interviews

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    At the core of the entrepreneurial orientation that is the engine of vibrant, growing, value-creating, customer-first businesses, we find the principles of subjectivism and subjective value. Subjective value embraces not only the value the customer seeks, but also the value that entrepreneurs establish in their companies: capital value. Once businesses master these two principles in combination, they can open new horizons of innovation and growth. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights A fundamental advantage of Economics For Business over traditional business schools is the understanding of subjective value. It's hard for conventional businesses, and for the traditional instruction in business school, to fully embrace all the insights of subjectivism and the subjectivism of value. The traditional bias is towards numbers, quantification, prediction, and financial control. Value is conflated with price and profit. Value is what customers will pay, cost is what the producer pays for inputs, and profit is the difference. Value is inherent in the thing that is produced. Finance and accounting are the numerical tools for computing these relationships. When business embraces subjectivism, the value is not in the thing. Human minds bring value to the thing. Value comes ultimately from the consumer or end-user. They evaluate the offerings available to them and make value decisions, to part with their money (or not) to claim the value that's offered. Value is better thought of as a verb rather than a noun. It's an emotional driver of decision-making. Firms can't impose their concepts of value on customers. A key difference for the subjectivist approach is that customers alone determine value and producers can't create it and sell it. Value is experienced by customers and, of course, experience lies entirely with them and can't be reproduced or projected or simulated by producers. That doesn't mean that there's no role in value generation for businesses. Steve Phelan broke down the firm's value role into 3 parts: value imagination, value delivery and value capture. Value imagination is a belief about the future — entrepreneurs imagine (or have a “hunch” about) a future in which a target customer experiences value from the producer's offering, the goods and/or services they make available to customers. This imagination step is a major component of the entrepreneurial journey construct we employ at econ4business.com to help businesses generate value and grow. It's creativity at work — where value creation starts. Value delivery is implementation of the imagined value: designing the goods / services for commercial offering, assembling all the components required for implementation (including people in team roles as well as production assets) and taking the offering to the marketplace with a price and a value communication bundle. Value capture concerns how much of the value experienced by the customer flows back to the producer. Typically, value production takes place in a system — perhaps including retail channels, or a wholesale partner, or a bank of financial partner. How much of the value flow do they take? Or how about competition, who might copy and undercut. Or suppliers who violate contracts or under-perform on contracted services. Entrepreneurs must pay close attention to value capture. Subjective value thinking extends to business investment decisions. Subjectivism applies not only to value but to the assets of a producing firm. The subjectivist approach understands assets as providers of potential services that customers might value. Most classes of assets (including people) can be assigned to multiple different uses and multiple configurations for the provision of different services. Entrepreneurship weighs up — evaluates — all the possibilities and assigns the assets to their greatest value generating uses. Value calculus assesses the value-producing arrangements inside the firm. Entrepreneurial producers of value face in two directions: outward to the market and customers, and inwards to the firm and its internal organization. Looking inwards, producers must calculate which assets — including both human capital assets and physical assets — in which combination result in the greatest value for customers at the least cost. This requires an evaluation that assesses value flowing to the customer from the firm. Since value is subjectively determined by the customer, this calculation is extremely challenging. Peter Lewin called it subjective quantification, and Steve Phelan used the term value calculus. It's a combination of qualitative and quantitative assessments that's learned over time. It's highly contingent on the (changing) value preferences of customers. Internally, managers must combine their people assets and physical assets in a way that produces most value based on this uncertain and changing value calculus. Entrepreneurs and owners can't be the decision-makers for everyone, and so the organizational technology must be designed for greatest value generation. Instructively, that organizational technology has been changing over time — from highly structured and divisionalized organizations to today's more open, networked, and interconnected organizations. The tool for capturing this value calculus is EVA — economic value added. Capital is a value. In fact, Ludwig von Mises remarked that it was unfortunate that business ever coined the term capital goods, because it tends to make us think of capital as something solid and fixed. It's not — it's the result of the value calculus that Steve Phelan talks about. Capital value can be measured, but not in the way that is captured on a P&L or a balance sheet — creating numbers that appear to be exact, and fixed and fully determined. Entrepreneurs must estimate capital value and the estimate is that of the valuer. They do so algorithmically — there's a process and a routine but it's not necessarily mathematical. It includes breaking down the asset combination into smaller and smaller components — perhaps individual people or teams, or perhaps divisions versus the entire company, or perhaps some set of components that can be thought of as an integrated grouping — and assessing their relative capital value contribution. Money values can be used since this helps the expression of relative value, but the algorithmic computation is never exact. Its validity is always in the eye of the valuer. The goal is to find costs that don't add value, or don't add as much value as other costs. Accounting and finance — one looking to the past to measure what happened and one looking to the future to predict what will happen — offer objective-looking numbers, but they truly reflect the subjective value calculus of the entrepreneur in trying to allocate economic value added as accurately as possible. Additional Resources "An Austrian Theory Of The Firm" by Peter Lewin and Steven Phelan: Mises.org/E4B_176_PDF1 Austrian Capital Theory: A Modern Survey of the Essentials by Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky: Mises.org/E4B_176_Book "Entrepreneurship in a theory of capital and finance — Illustrating the use of subjective quantification" by Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky: Mises.org/E4B_176_PDF2

    Mises Media
    Peter Lewin and Steven Phelan: How Do Entrepreneurs Calculate Economic Value Added? Subjectively.

    Mises Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    At the core of the entrepreneurial orientation that is the engine of vibrant, growing, value-creating, customer-first businesses, we find the principles of subjectivism and subjective value. Subjective value embraces not only the value the customer seeks, but also the value that entrepreneurs establish in their companies: capital value. Once businesses master these two principles in combination, they can open new horizons of innovation and growth. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights A fundamental advantage of Economics For Business over traditional business schools is the understanding of subjective value. It's hard for conventional businesses, and for the traditional instruction in business school, to fully embrace all the insights of subjectivism and the subjectivism of value. The traditional bias is towards numbers, quantification, prediction, and financial control. Value is conflated with price and profit. Value is what customers will pay, cost is what the producer pays for inputs, and profit is the difference. Value is inherent in the thing that is produced. Finance and accounting are the numerical tools for computing these relationships. When business embraces subjectivism, the value is not in the thing. Human minds bring value to the thing. Value comes ultimately from the consumer or end-user. They evaluate the offerings available to them and make value decisions, to part with their money (or not) to claim the value that's offered. Value is better thought of as a verb rather than a noun. It's an emotional driver of decision-making. Firms can't impose their concepts of value on customers. A key difference for the subjectivist approach is that customers alone determine value and producers can't create it and sell it. Value is experienced by customers and, of course, experience lies entirely with them and can't be reproduced or projected or simulated by producers. That doesn't mean that there's no role in value generation for businesses. Steve Phelan broke down the firm's value role into 3 parts: value imagination, value delivery and value capture. Value imagination is a belief about the future — entrepreneurs imagine (or have a “hunch” about) a future in which a target customer experiences value from the producer's offering, the goods and/or services they make available to customers. This imagination step is a major component of the entrepreneurial journey construct we employ at econ4business.com to help businesses generate value and grow. It's creativity at work — where value creation starts. Value delivery is implementation of the imagined value: designing the goods / services for commercial offering, assembling all the components required for implementation (including people in team roles as well as production assets) and taking the offering to the marketplace with a price and a value communication bundle. Value capture concerns how much of the value experienced by the customer flows back to the producer. Typically, value production takes place in a system — perhaps including retail channels, or a wholesale partner, or a bank of financial partner. How much of the value flow do they take? Or how about competition, who might copy and undercut. Or suppliers who violate contracts or under-perform on contracted services. Entrepreneurs must pay close attention to value capture. Subjective value thinking extends to business investment decisions. Subjectivism applies not only to value but to the assets of a producing firm. The subjectivist approach understands assets as providers of potential services that customers might value. Most classes of assets (including people) can be assigned to multiple different uses and multiple configurations for the provision of different services. Entrepreneurship weighs up — evaluates — all the possibilities and assigns the assets to their greatest value generating uses. Value calculus assesses the value-producing arrangements inside the firm. Entrepreneurial producers of value face in two directions: outward to the market and customers, and inwards to the firm and its internal organization. Looking inwards, producers must calculate which assets — including both human capital assets and physical assets — in which combination result in the greatest value for customers at the least cost. This requires an evaluation that assesses value flowing to the customer from the firm. Since value is subjectively determined by the customer, this calculation is extremely challenging. Peter Lewin called it subjective quantification, and Steve Phelan used the term value calculus. It's a combination of qualitative and quantitative assessments that's learned over time. It's highly contingent on the (changing) value preferences of customers. Internally, managers must combine their people assets and physical assets in a way that produces most value based on this uncertain and changing value calculus. Entrepreneurs and owners can't be the decision-makers for everyone, and so the organizational technology must be designed for greatest value generation. Instructively, that organizational technology has been changing over time — from highly structured and divisionalized organizations to today's more open, networked, and interconnected organizations. The tool for capturing this value calculus is EVA — economic value added. Capital is a value. In fact, Ludwig von Mises remarked that it was unfortunate that business ever coined the term capital goods, because it tends to make us think of capital as something solid and fixed. It's not — it's the result of the value calculus that Steve Phelan talks about. Capital value can be measured, but not in the way that is captured on a P&L or a balance sheet — creating numbers that appear to be exact, and fixed and fully determined. Entrepreneurs must estimate capital value and the estimate is that of the valuer. They do so algorithmically — there's a process and a routine but it's not necessarily mathematical. It includes breaking down the asset combination into smaller and smaller components — perhaps individual people or teams, or perhaps divisions versus the entire company, or perhaps some set of components that can be thought of as an integrated grouping — and assessing their relative capital value contribution. Money values can be used since this helps the expression of relative value, but the algorithmic computation is never exact. Its validity is always in the eye of the valuer. The goal is to find costs that don't add value, or don't add as much value as other costs. Accounting and finance — one looking to the past to measure what happened and one looking to the future to predict what will happen — offer objective-looking numbers, but they truly reflect the subjective value calculus of the entrepreneur in trying to allocate economic value added as accurately as possible. Additional Resources "An Austrian Theory Of The Firm" by Peter Lewin and Steven Phelan: Mises.org/E4B_176_PDF1 Austrian Capital Theory: A Modern Survey of the Essentials by Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky: Mises.org/E4B_176_Book "Entrepreneurship in a theory of capital and finance — Illustrating the use of subjective quantification" by Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky: Mises.org/E4B_176_PDF2

    IN GOD WE TRUST
    Life Essentials - Spiritual Growth Milestone 1 by Dr. Tony Evens

    IN GOD WE TRUST

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 27:59


    What does it means to grow spiritually? Why does it seems so hard to grow? How long does it take? these are questions that can create an enormous amount of confusion on the matter of how Christians grow spiritually. Understanding the purpose of spiritual growth is critical to our development as Christians. Second Peter encourages us to "grow" in grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This milestone begins our journey. We will explore the importance of spiritual growth in the life of a Christian Key Verse: like newborn babes, long for the pure milk of the word, that by it you may grow in respect to salvation....... -1 Peter 2:2 Gwen C In God We Trust Anchor by Spotify --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gwendolyn-saffo/message

    Embrace Your Real
    8 Ways to Feel More Confident in Your Workouts

    Embrace Your Real

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 27:00


    Don't let your lack of confidence hold you back from getting a killer workout! Whether you are working out in the gym or working out at home, learning how to feel more confident in your workouts will only benefit you! Not only will you actually be motivated and excited to go work out, but you'll also be a lot more consistent.    So what exactly can you do to feel more confident in your workouts ASAP? This is exactly what I dive into in this episode of Embrace Your Real.   What I discuss:   Visualize your workout. Have a plan.  Don't workout at peak hours. Tune everyone out. Wear clothes that you feel good in.  Use weights you can actually lift. Focus on form not weight.  Practice your form.   Interested in my Movement with Julie fitness app? Get instant access here:  sale.movementwithjulie.com   You get 5-brand new workouts weekly with both 45 and 30 minute variations and video demonstrations of every single exercise!   If you don't love working out at the gym, I highly recommend checking out this podcast episode:   Episode 241: Home Gym vs. Public Gym: Pros and Cons You Should Consider   If you would rather work out at home, here's my complete guide to getting started:   229: 4 Essentials for Crushing Workouts at Home   If you want more from me, be sure to check out…   Instagram:  @embraceyourreal | @movementwithjulie Website: www.juliealedbetter.com Macro Counting Made Simple Online Academy: www.macrocountingmadesimple.com Free e-book: www.juliealedbetter.com/free-ebook Amazon storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-6bda1ca8?ref=cm_sw_em_r_inf_pub_influencer-6bda1ca8_dp_DgsIam9salgfi

    Tech Lead Journal
    #94 - Engineering Manager Essentials - Patrick Kua

    Tech Lead Journal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 54:50


    “An engineering manager should make sure that the team has a good balance of delivering things that the business needs with enough capacity to do it sustainably over time." Patrick Kua is a seasoned technology leader with a passion to accelerate the growth and success of tech organisations and technical leaders. In this episode, we discussed Pat's latest course, Engineering Manager Essentials, which covers all the building blocks required to be an effective Engineering Manager (EM). We first discussed what an EM role is, how it differs from a tech lead role, and the common manager vs IC career track. Pat shared his view on why being an EM is not a promotion and what are some of the success criteria to be a good EM. Towards the end, Pat shared some anti-patterns that EM should avoid to become successful. Listen out for: Pat's Latest - [00:07:30] Engineering Manager Essentials - [00:09:25] The Role of Engineering Manager - [00:11:21] Difference With Tech Lead - [00:14:19] Manager and IC Paths - [00:16:28] EM Is Not a Promotion - [00:21:02] EM Success Criteria - [00:28:08] Multiplier Instead of Maker - [00:30:48] Course Structure - [00:33:21] Interviewing EM - [00:37:20] Antipattern 1: Continuing as a Maker - [00:39:58] Antipattern 2: Assuming Everyone Knows What You Do - [00:43:01] Antipattern 3: Optimizing Parts Instead of The Whole - [00:48:34] 3 Tech Lead Wisdom - [00:51:30] _____ Patrick Kua's Bio Patrick Kua is a seasoned technology leader with 20+ years of experience having done a wide variety of roles including being a developer, tech lead, consultant, CTO and more. His current mission is accelerating the growth of technical leaders through coaching, mentoring and training. Follow Patrick: Website – https://patkua.com/ Twitter – @patkua LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/patkua/ EM Essentials Course – https://www.patkua.com/em-essentials/ Tech Lead Academy – https://techlead.academy/ Level Up Newsletter – https://levelup.patkua.com/ Our Sponsors DevTernity 2022 (devternity.com) is the top international software development conference with an emphasis on coding, architecture, and tech leadership skills. The lineup is truly stellar and features many legends of software development like Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin, Kent Beck, Scott Hanselman, Venkat Subramaniam, Kevlin Henney, and many others! The conference takes place online, and we have the 10% discount code for you: AWSM_TLJ. Skills Matter is the global community and events platform for software professionals. It is an easier way for technologists to grow their careers by connecting you and your peers with the best-in-class tech industry experts and communities. You get on-demand access to their latest content, thought leadership insights as well as the exciting schedule of tech events running across all time zones. Head on over to skillsmatter.com to become part of the tech community that matters most to you - it's free to join and easy to keep up with the latest tech trends. Like this episode? Subscribe on your favorite podcast app and submit your feedback. Follow @techleadjournal on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. Pledge your support by becoming a patron. For more info about the episode (including quotes and transcript), visit techleadjournal.dev/episodes/94.

    Adventures in ESL: A Podcast for K-12 ESL Teachers

    Welcome to the My Adventures in ESL Podcast! I want to encourage you to take the time to explore the podcast and my website My Adventures in ESL.   Are you tired of planning and looking for lessons for your Language Learners every week? If so, then I have the perfect option for you! Join my monthly lesson planning club “The Close Read Club”. Each month you will have access to lesson plans that are ready to print and go! Click here to learn more or go to myadventuresinesl.com/closereadclub.

    Here's The Deal
    5 Essentials: Successful Parenting in Teen Years (Part 2) - Part 1 (Ep.560)

    Here's The Deal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:48


    Visit Larry's websites at larrytomczak.com or bullseyechallenge.com. 

    Yo soy un Gamer
    Mr. Beast se enfrentará a Ninja en League of Legends, juego de PS Plus Essentials de julio filtrados y horarios para beta de Overwatch 2

    Yo soy un Gamer

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 10:15


    Lo Más Caliente | 27 de junio del 2022 – Mr. Beast se enfrentará a Ninja en League of Legends, juego de PS Plus Essentials de julio filtrados y horarios para beta de Overwatch 2 Puedes escuchar “Lo Más Caliente” de Yo soy un Gamer en: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Anchor, iHeart, Google Podcast, Audible y Amazon Music. Como dato adicional, Frankie López "Hambo", graba estas noticias a las 4am todos los días para que salgan en diferentes programas de radio: “Molusco y Los Reyes de la Punta” por la Mega 106.9FM @lamegapr (Puerto Rico), Zol 97.1 FM @elzol97 (Tampa) y Zol 95.3FM @elzol95 (Orlando). También lo escuchas por “El Flow” de Mix 98.3FM @elflowdemiami (Miami). Fuentes: https://www.dualshockers.com/overwatch-2-beta-time-date-register-play/ https://vandal.elespanol.com/noticia/1350754745/juegos-de-ps-plus-essential-en-julio-filtrados-crash-bandicoot-4-man-of-medan-y-mas/ https://www.ginx.tv/en/league-of-legends/mrbeast-ninja-ultimate-crown-lol-how-to-watch-schedule-teams ___________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Únete a nuestro Patreon y ayúdanos a crear contenido awesome: https://www.patreon.com/yosoyungamer Todo sobre videojuegos en un solo lugar: https://www.yosoyungamer.com #Gaming​ #YosoyunGamer​ #Videojuegos​ #Gamer​ #PuertoRico #youtubeislife #subscriber #youtubeguru #youtubecontent #newvideo #subscribers #youtubevideo #youtub #youtuber #youtubevideos #florida #orlando #podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yosoyungamer/support

    Elevator Club
    EC Bossa Nova Essentials

    Elevator Club

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 120:55


    Frank Mills Heart of the City Joe Harnell Fly Me To The Moon Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto The Girl From Ipanema Percy Faith The Butterfly Bert Melia Call Me Michael Buble The Way You Look Tonight Brazilian Tropical Orchestra One Note Samba Hans Carste A Man & A Woman Frank Sinatra Change Partners Llisa Ono Baubles, Bangles & Beads Walter Wanderley Summer Samba Francis Goya Blame It On The Bossa Nova Sandy Cressman Here In Your Arms Sadao Watanabe Sextet Bonita Quincy Jones The Gentle Rain Andy Williams Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars Manuel & The Music of The Mountains Wave Joanie Sommers I'll Remember April Clebanoff AHO Ela Mi Deixou (She Has Gone) Paul Mauriat Could This Be Me Brazilian Tropical Orchestra The Fool On The Hill Nancy Ames Someone To Light Up My Life Neco's Guitar & The Ipanema Strings Reza David Rose Andorinha Astrud Gilberto Funny World Antonio Carlos Jobim Dreamer Luiz Bonfa Dois Amores Percy Faith Estrada Branca Diana Krall Let's Face The Music & Dance Perry Como How Insensitive Cor Bakker Duas Tracas Laurindo Almeida Choro For People In Love Elaine Elias Voce Brazilian Tropical Orchestra Dindi Laura Fygi Triste Antonio Carlos Jobim The Girl From Ipanema Frank Mills Heart of the City

    Hope Oakville Audio Sermons
    Conviction Amidst Compromise // Four Essentials To Finishing Strong

    Hope Oakville Audio Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 45:38


    Next Level Beziehungen - In Freiheit verbunden. In Verbindung frei sein.

    In dieser Folge spreche ich über ein bedeutsames Thema für deine Next Level Beziehungen, das erst mal etwas trocken klingt, aber mega wichtig ist: Selbstregulation. Es geht darum was Selbstregulation eigentlich bedeutet und wieso sie DIE Voraussetzung ist für Präsenz, echte Intimität und wahrhaftige Verbundenheit und nicht nur deine Beziehungen, sondern dein ganzes Leben aufs Next Level bringen kann. Klingt schon spannender, oder? Du erfährst in dieser Folge, ... wie deine Fähigkeit Stress, Emotionen und Energien generell zu managen von deiner frühen Kindheit beeinflusst wird, … wieso wir unterschiedlich grosse Glückscontainer haben und wie du deinen vergrössern kannst, … warum Selbstregulation die Basis ist, um sich in Freiheit zu verbinden und in Verbindung frei zu sein, … wie dein Nervensystem beeinflusst, wie ekstatisch dein Sex und dein Leben sein kann, … und wie du deine Fähigkeit dir selbst zu helfen verbessern und dadurch deine Beziehungen und dein ganzes Leben aufs Next Level bringen kannst. Viel Spass beim Hören!

    Inglés con Fluency TV
    Walk 'n' Talk Essentials #33 - Vamos a animarte

    Inglés con Fluency TV

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 20:25


    Parenting with Impact
    Bonus Archive Ep 4: 9 Essentials of Neuro Movement for Positive Brain Change Part 1

    Parenting with Impact

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 25:22


    From The Archive Episode 004 9 Essentials of Neuro Movement for Positive Brain Change Part 1 with Anat Baniel Anat Baniel, founder of the Anat Baniel Method®, is the author of two highly acclaimed books, Move Into Life: NeuroMovement® for Lifelong Vitality and Kids Beyond Limits. Born in Israel to a scientist father and a poet and mother, Anat was trained as a clinical psychologist and a dancer, and was a close professional associate of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. Baniel has worked with children with special needs for over 30 years. She teaches workshops around the world and trains practitioners to collaborate with her to harness the brain for positive change. Michael Merzenich, the neuro-scientist known as the father of Neuro-plasticity, says that Anat Baniel has identified "the rules of harnessing our capacity for brain remodeling for the benefit of children and adults who need neurological help. Anat interprets them in practical, understandable human terms."   Listen to this inspiring Parenting With Impact episode with Anat Baniel about the first 3 of 9 essentials for waking up your ADHD brain. Here is what was covered on this special archival episode: Movement is essential for building new neural pathways Learning to slow down in order to pay attention, and feel what they are experiencing Minimizing intensity of learning something new helps your brain to process it   Related Articles: A Parent's Best Question: Is It Naughty or Neurological? Understand Your Kid's ADHD Brain to Be a Better Parent Connect with Anat: https://www.anatbanielmethod.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/neuromovement YouTube https://www.youtube.com/neuromovement Facebook https://www.facebook.com/anatbanielmethod LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/anat-baniel-method/ Top 10 Ways to Stop Meltdowns in Their Tracks In this FREE insider's guide from the experts at ImpactParents, learn 10 tips that will actually help you reduce the frequency and intensity of meltdowns for good! Used by parents all over the world, successfully help children manage their intense emotions and triggers so they learn to respond with respect and calm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Fluency TV Francês
    Walk 'n' Talk Essentials Francês #115 - Aula de pintura

    Fluency TV Francês

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 11:26


    Lista de Espera | Evento Fluency Hackers | Playlist Walk 'n' Talk Essentials Francês Distrair a cabeça é importante, não acham? No episódio de hoje, vamos acompanhar uma conversa entre duas amigas sobre começar uma atividade de lazer. No nosso caso, aulas de pintura! E, claro, você vai ouvir tudo isso enquanto aprende novas palavras e estruturas em francês! Spoiler: te explicamos sobre o uso do artigo “le” para falar sobre uma data específica, como ler as horas em francês, e muito mais. Vamos lá? Então pegue seus fones de ouvido e aperte o play! Lembre-se: para conferir o conteúdo complementar deste episódio, é só acessar o nosso portal, fluencytv.com. Au revoir ! Material de Apoio

    The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
    The French Way: How to Create a Luxurious Everyday Life

    The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 37:58


    "He who comes home with the most money doesn't win. He who comes home with the most experiences wins." - Steve Smith, contributor with Rick Steves in Rick Steves France 2015 The Simple Sophisticate, episode #23 One of the most exquisite pleasures in my experience has always been having time at home without a to-do list. To enjoy my sanctuary that comforts me, rejuvenates me and allows me to dream so that when I do step outside into the world I can do, seek and produce, is one of the things I most treasure about living simply luxuriously. And so it began when I was a child, no doubt, as my mother always cultivated a warm home, but as I grew up and became responsible for establishing my own abode, it took much exploration, dead-ins from time to time and investment to create a space that allowed the everyday to be just as stimulating as new experiences brought about by travel. And in so doing, paying attention to my home environment, I began to pay attention to how I spend my days. Was I exhausted and unfilled at the end or exhausted and feeling productive? Did I have time in my day to spend it with those I loved, converse with those who engaged in creative, uplifting and thought-provoking conversation or care for myself in such a way that respected my overall health? And depending upon my answer, I would tweak, eliminate, maximize or designate more or less time to those activities that improved the quality of living. "He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much." -Bessie A. Stanley As the quote reminds us, living well is truly about prioritizing how we spend our days. Did we make time to enjoy the day, spend it with those we hold dear, take time to respect what our minds and bodies need or did we cram everything into our waking hours in order to fit a mold that we weren't asked for input regarding its creation? Everyone's path to living well will be different, but the key is to know what you want - more loosely rather than specifically. Because as we know, our lives intermingle with the rest of the world, but if we bring our best selves, have good intentions and are willing to be true selves, success is possible when it comes to living well. Recently, I was watching the travel guru Rick Steves discuss on PBS his explorations through the countryside of France. While staying at Chateau de Pray and dining on their outdoor terrace, his dining companion shared the quote listed at the beginning of today's post. And I couldn't agree more especially when it comes to travel, but why not bring a similar way of living into our everyday? Why not . . . live well each and every day? Why not use the nice china in the middle of the week? Why not treat ourselves regularly to dinner or lunch with a dear friend at a restaurant that piques our interest or tantalizes our taste buds? Why not sleep on silk pillowcases each night? Many may quickly scoff at such ideas as being too indulgent, thus deflating the exhilaration that is felt when they are only experiences from time to time, but what I hope to bring to your attention today is that with patience and careful planning, everyday life can indeed be lived luxuriously and can actually enhance the quality of our lives. Below are 20 ways to foster a simply luxurious way of living, but these are just a taste. If you would like the full list inspired by the French way of living, check out chapter 10 "Indulging Your Inner Francophile" in Choosing The Simply Luxurious Life: A Modern Woman's Guide. 1. Cook at home. Find simple, yet delicious recipes and discover the pleasures of cooking on your own schedule for your own dietary needs and preferences. (View TSLL recipes here.) 2. Indulge in café time. Once, twice or three times a week depending up on your schedule and enjoyment, select a favorite local café and stop in for some reading time, moseying through magazine time, or chats with friends. Indulge in one of the patisseries delicious sweet treats and lose track of time. ~Les Deux Garcons cafe in Aix-en-Provence, cours Mirabeau~ 3. Wear luxurious lingerie everyday. As I talk about in my book, lingerie is a necessity for the woman who wears it, not for those who might see her in it. Why? Because simply knowing we are wearing beautiful, comfortable, luxurious lingerie feels good. And everything begins with our thoughts. If we feel good, we smile more readily, we are more open to new experiences and our attitude is lifted. 4. Let go of busy. A powerful decision that will change your day-to-day living drastically for the better. Busy doesn't mean better or more productive, it simply reveals a life that perhaps could be managed better. After all, living well means living a life of quality. A life that focuses on what is necessary and lets go of the rest. And when you let go of busy, you have more time for moments of simple leisure and luxury that cultivate an everyday life to savor. (Click here to dive into this topic.) 5. Cultivate a capsule wardrobe for each season. Knowing you have in your closet clothes that will make you look and feel your best is a very powerful tool to possess as you begin your day. While this takes time and never really ends due to lives and bodies changing, it is worth our attention. (Click here to learn more about building a capsule wardrobe.) 6. Follow your own schedule. Perhaps it's Friday or even Saturday night, everyone must be out doing something, staying up late, right? Wrong. Your daily schedule is one that works for you and those you spend your time with. Perhaps you prefer Wednesday evenings out because Thursdays are lighter days at work and you enjoy spending your weekends waking up early and getting things done. Whatever schedule works for your goals, intentions, health, family, etc - adhere to it and don't apologize. After all, our lives, needs and desires change, listen to what is nudging you, calling your name and that is where you will find the unexpected beauty. 7. Discover a personal scent. Similar to knowing you are wearing luxurious lingerie is the choice of scent you layer upon your skin before stepping out the door for work or for play. A luxurious decision and investment, but one that will reveal your attention to detail. 8. Subscribe to daily/weekly/monthly periodicals. Running throughout the philosophy of living simply luxuriously is being well-read. Depending upon your lifestyle, curiosities, locale and interests, you will select reading material that interests you. Most importantly, gather knowledge, choose to learn something new each day, read a review of a new play or restaurant and be encouraged to give it a try. Become in the know of current events in order to strike up a conversation with anyone. Reading in truth, is a way of tickling your brain and refusing to live each day the same even if the events may be routine. 9. Save time and don't wash your hair everyday. Purchase a dry shampoo and have on hand for the days you don't lather up. Shampoo less often, thereby saving yourself more time in the morning, and believe it or not, improve the condition of your tresses. (Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk) 10. Invest in quality skincare products. In episode #13 of the podcast, specifics are shared on how to create glowing skin, and by investing in quality skincare products, your most beautiful skin will shine. The power of prevention is real, and while it takes time and a bit of investment, the pay-offs are tremendous. 11. Design a workout regimen to look forward to. Whether you enjoy exercising outdoors in Mother Nature or attending classes lead by instructors that inspire you and classmates that boost your mood, explore your interests and community to see what is available and what captures your needs and proclivities. Most people after having exercise will tell you that they feel better, energized and less stress, and if you can bring that into your everyday life, everything will be affected in a very positive way. (Revolver Yoga Studio, Walla Walla) 12. Find time to treasure hunt. Even if you are not necessarily going to buy, poke around in local consignment shops, yard sales, second-hand shops, antique boutiques and even boutiques that catch your eye. If nothing else, you will walk away with ideas on how to design, style and mix and match what you already have. 13. Be sincere, yet kind. While everyone has days that you are simply grumpy for any list of reasons, taking it out on others is something you will most likely regret. And even if you have to deliver news that isn't favorable, there is always a way to do so with kindness. Being conscious of how we treat people and our delivery will almost always be appreciated, and even if it is taken for granted, at least we can go home at night and feel good about the energy we put out into the world. 14. Shop at local vendors and boutiques. Perhaps you live in a town that you hand-selected for the community it offers, but what if you didn't? Either way, supporting local vendors when it comes to food or local boutiques when it comes to shopping for gifts, necessities and products not only builds good-will, but strengthens the economy of the local community. And additionally, when it comes to buying food locally, you benefit your overall health as most foods are free from pesticides and hold more nutritional value that your body craves. 15. Eat real food. Full of flavor that will satiate, real food is a choice your body will thank you for. Processed food may be more convenient and help you reduce the shopping trips to the grocery store, but in the long term, it is a bad investment. Returning home after a long day knowing the food you will be incorporating into your meal will be satisfying and nutritious will remove guilt and properly fuel your body for whatever it may be asked to do next. 16. Elevate the conversation. Easier said than done when we are exhausted, stressed and frustrated, but when you do your best to refrain from complaining and gossiping, you are less likely to go home in the evening regretting or feeling guilty about partaking. In fact, when conversations are full of curious information - books, local events, news, etc - you can walk away inspired, motivated and eager to do something new. Why not bring such a conversation to those in your world? 17. Create an evening routine to look forward to. At the end of the day, your body and mind may be entirely taxed which is why making time (even 15 minutes) for unwinding with a favorite pastime is crucial. Being able to look forward to this simple routine can be the silver lining no matter what your day has unearthed. 18. Schedule regular spa appointments for beauty and health maintenance. Much like exercise, caring for our bodies is a means to caring for our health, overall beauty and mind. So be sure to schedule your facial, massage, hair cut/color, waxing and any other must-dos before you walk out the door from your last appointment. They can often be the respite in a busy week and will no doubt leave you feeling rejuvenated. 19. Stock a bar cart for spur-of-the-moment entertaining. Whether you drink alcoholic beverages or not, stock a bar cart that has drinks and nibbles at the ready for last-minute guests. Even for one or two guests, having a bar with wine, beer or if it's morning - croissants and hot tea keeps the food with the conversation in the living room or sitting room. Luxurious and ready for any everyday occasion. (A glimpse of my 20. Fill your home with inspired music. For techies or retro audiophiles, have your turntable or playlists ready for any occasion. From leisurely jazz tunes when you return from work and wish to read the daily news to beautiful Bach in the morning as you get ready for work, set up your music station, turn off the television and forget about time, even if for a moment. Whatever inspires you in your travels or remains memorable to you from your past, why not bring it into your everyday life if at all possible? Cultivate an everyday life that perhaps no one would believe is possible, but rest assured it is. After all, as Annie Dillard reminds us, how we spend our days is how we spend our lives. Why not spend your life living well each and everyday? ~SIMILAR POSTS FROM THE ARCHIVES YOU MIGHT ENJOY: ~Episode #32: The Francophile's Style Guide: The 14 Essentials ~10 Gifts of Mastering the French Mystique ~Why Not . . . Indulge Your Inner Francophile? ~Why Not . . . Find Your Je Ne Sais Quoi? ~10 Ways to Unearth Your Inner Francophile (episode #4) ~French-Inspired Living: Books to Enjoy Petit Plaisir: Befriend a local wine shop to ensure great wines no matter what the occasion. ~Liner & Elsen "One of America's six great main street wine shops." -Bon Appetit 2222 NW Quimby St. (off 22nd Ave.) Portland, OR 97210 They can ship the wine to you! Staff who've helped me in the past: Neil Thompson and Kevin Geller ~Chateau Du Grand Bos (2005) Bordeaux, France (wine enjoyed in the photo to the right). ~Images: (1) a cafe in Paris in Montmartre captured by TSLL

    Capital FM
    Dj Protege - Mighty Dancehall - Protege Essentials Vol 58

    Capital FM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 93:08


    Dj Protege - Mighty Dancehall - Protege Essentials Vol 58 by Capital FM

    Old Soul | New Soul Astrology with Robert Glasscock
    Why Robert Finds Saturn Quickly in an Astrology Chart Analysis

    Old Soul | New Soul Astrology with Robert Glasscock

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 19:11


    When Robert Glasscock opens a new astrology chart, Saturn is one of the first places he looks. What sign and house is it in, and what aspects it? In this episode, he explains why Saturn is so important to his astrological interpretation. Here is a Link to Robert's Chart if you want to download it Robert references his "Essentials of Astrology: Using Degrees - A Lifetime At A Glance" Kindle series and the link to that is below: Robert's Books on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Robert-Glasscock/e/B00J7PGZ6W?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1655748609&sr=8-2 If you would like to leave a question for Robert, go to the orange "SpeakPipe" link here (we can't answer questions specific to your chart...they have to be broad-audience questions): https://funastrology.com/ Robert is available for astrology readings. You may contact him via email on his website: https://www.rglasscock4sight.com/me Thomas Miller's Daily "Fun Astrology" podcast is available here: https://open.spotify.com/show/5tGKH9LJQx7rIWI3pjYjSqAnd his "Subconscious Mind Mastery" podcast is available here: https://open.spotify.com/show/7vbEvOoFU50THEgVzMQnso Thank you for listening! Robert & Thomas

    Here's The Deal
    5 Essentials: Successful Parenting in Teen Years (Part 1) - Part 4 (Ep.559)

    Here's The Deal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 11:55


    Visit Larry's websites at larrytomczak.com or bullseyechallenge.com.  

    Extreme Health Radio
    Dr. Edward Kondrot – Offers Powerful Natural Solutions For Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma & Other Eye Challenges

    Extreme Health Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 65:45


    [include file=get-in-itunes.html] If you have macular degeneration (wet or dry), glaucoma, cataracts or wear glasses, take note: there's hope for you to restore your vision naturally! Dr. Edward Kondrot is the world's leading homeopathic ophthalmologist and has been helping people restore their vision for over 20 years now. He's the author of Healing the Eye the Natural Way and 10 Essentials to Save Your SIGHT (Healing the Eye Wellness) as well as Miracle Eye Cure?: Microcurrent Stimulation. Here at Extreme Health Radio we're all about giving people hope, possibility and options. I'm convinced there's not a condition on earth that can't be completely healed or at least radically mitigated using natural methods. Dr. Kondrot is a fan of juice cleansing, grounding (sometimes called earthing), homeopathy, color treatment, pinhole glasses, vision therapy, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, raw food and everything in between. Any doctor that is a fan of those healing modalities is a fan of ours. It doesn't matter if your vision is failing and you need very strong prescription glasses or if you have macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts or any other eye disease. There are natural products that can help heal and restore the eye. I didn't realize how rebounding can help with eye health as well as stress management. Avoiding cooked oils and increasing antioxidants is also a good idea. The reasons why people have deteriorating vision in their eyes can be numerous but I believe Dr. Edward Kondrot is on the cutting edge of healing eye diseases using natural medicine. He's not the world's leading homeopathic ophthalmologist for nothing. There are many things we do in our culture that lead to poor eye health as time goes on. Dr. Kondrot is in his 60's now and has never had glasses so he's a man that walks his talk. If you have macular degeneration please read his books, visit his website and look into alternative natural approaches before you begin taking any toxic eye drops or begin a round of injections into your eye. He's truly a fascinating individual and really understands every facet of the eye including the cornea, epithelium, iris, pupil, retina, sclera and the lens. What I loved about Dr. Kondrot also is that he really understands how the colon and the liver reflex to the eye using Chinese Medicine and acupuncture meridian points. He understands the energetics of the body on a deep level so it was fascinating to listen to how well rounded he is in his approach to healing eye issues. We loved having Dr. Edward Kondrot on the show and we hope you enjoyed it also. We apologize for any audio issues we had during the show. Sometimes those cannot be helped. We do our best! :) If you know of any friends or family that are dealing with eye problems please do us and them a favor by sharing this show with them! After you listen, comment below and tell us what you think! We discuss the following and so much more: How the liver and colon relate to eye health Why wearing special blue blocker sunglasses at night helps when using the computer Why the sky and ocean are blue Key nutrients for the eye The benefits of antioxidants and carrots for the eye How hyperbaric oxygen and relaxation techniques can improve eyesight Why pinhole glasses work The Bates method and how it can help The dangers of wearing sunglasses How rebounding can help improve eye health And so much more! Did you know that there are natural options that might help to reverse macular degeneration & glaucoma? Dr. Edward Kondrot explains... - Click to tweet this! - Get Notified: [ois skin="Show Page2"] - Commercials: - Please Subscribe: Subscribe To Our Radio Show For Updates! - Other Shows:[include file=show-links.html] | All Shows With This Guest -

    Fluency TV Alemão
    Walk 'n' Talk Essentials Alemão #111 - Meu gato não está bem

    Fluency TV Alemão

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:56


    LISTA DE ESPERA | INSTAGRAM | FLUENCY HACKERS Um gato que não era gato? No episódio de hoje, Herr Wagner faz uma descoberta durante um atendimento! Veja o que acontece quando ele decide levar seu gato ao veterinário. Não se esqueça de que você pode conferir o material extra que preparamos: é só visitar fluencytv.com. Bis gleich! LINK DO MATERIAL DE APOIO DO fluencytv.com

    Podcast Business News Network Platinum
    5076 Jill Nicolini Interviews Terrence Whiting Owner at T Moss Sea Moss Essentials LLC

    Podcast Business News Network Platinum

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 28:45


    Jill Nicolini Interviews Terrence Whiting Owner at T Moss Sea Moss Essentials LLC -- tmossessentials.comhttps://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network

    Here's The Deal
    5 Essentials: Successful Parenting in Teen Years (Part 1) - Part 3 (Ep.558)

    Here's The Deal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 11:29


     Visit Larry's websites at larrytomczak.com or bullseyechallenge.com.   

    Welcome to the Womb
    HOMEBIRTH: Is It Actually Safe? With Dr Melanie Jackson

    Welcome to the Womb

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 81:01


    There's a lot of concerns and opinions out there when it comes to homebirth! So, who better to discuss this with than Dr Melanie Jackson! Melanie is a privately practicing midwife in NSW, Australia (and has been for the last 14 years) and did her PhD on birthing outside the system. She is a wealth of knowledge and has the evidence to back up what she's talking about.Em and Mel have a really honest chat about if midwives are actually qualified to be caring for women at home, what that care often looks like, the cost, the benefits, and the biggest question so many of you have – IS IT REALLY SAFE?!To hear more from Mel check out –Instagram @melaniethemidwifeWebsite https://www.melaniethemidwife.com/If you want to hear more from Em or want to support the podcast head to –Instagram @midwife_em and @welcometo.thewombLink Tree https://linktr.ee/midwife_emBuy Em a Cuppa https://www.buymeacoffee.com/midwifeem

    Not A Great Whisperer
    Episode 124: Zen Lotus Essentials, with Lia

    Not A Great Whisperer

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    Lia joins Not A Great Whisperer Podcast to talk about starting her own business and her journey along the way. Lia Johnson Kremer is the owner and creator of Zen Lotus Essentials.

    Kay Properties Podcast
    Kay Properties Matt McFarland and Orrin Barrow on Leveraging DSTs during Economic Uncertainties

    Kay Properties Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 26:08


    Welcome to DST 1031 Essentials with Kay Properties — An in-depth look at the many recurring themes and nuances to the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investment process.   Topics will cover 1031 exchanges, ins and outs of the Delaware Statutory Trust structure, timing, cash investing, REITS, funds, real estate and more.   The kpi1031.com platform not only provides access to these 25+ different sponsor companies, but also custom DSTs only available to Kay clients, full due diligence and vetting on each DST property on the platform (typically 20-40 DSTs), and an active DST secondary market. Kay Properties team members collectively have over 150 years of real estate experience, are licensed in all 50 states, and have participated in over 30 Billion of DST 1031 investments   In this week's episode, Vice President Matt McFarland and Vice President Orrin Barrow talk about the benefits of investing in real estate over the stock market and some of the best ways to offset inflation. Orrin also discusses how to diversify your portfolio as you face market uncertainty and does an overview on some of the risk factors to be aware of.    Key Takeaways: [1:00] Risks and disclosures. [4:10] About Kay Properties & Investments. [4:35] Matt introduces Orrin and today's topic. [5:50] Stock market vs. real estate? Orrin weighs in.  [7:45] Investing in hard assets is one of the ways to offset inflation.  [10:25] What are some of the benefits of investing in real estate? [11:00] Shock headlines can drastically move the stock market. With real estate, you're immune from consumer sentiments. [14:55] Orrin explains Kay Properties anchor approach. [18:00] There is no one approach to an investment strategy. It has to be custom to the individual investor and where they are in life.  [20:40] Should you have debt on your 1031 exchange?  [23:50] As interest rates continue to rise, cash becomes king.    Resources Website: https://www.kpi1031.com/ Call Kay Properties at 855-899-4597 Meet the Kay Properties Team: kpi1031.com/meet-our-team   About Kay Properties and www.kpi1031.com    Securities offered through FNEX Capital member FINRA, SIPC. Potential returns and appreciation are never guaranteed and loss of principal is possible.  Please speak with your CPA and attorney for tax and legal advice.  

    Accelerated Spanish: Learn Spanish online the fastest and best way, by Master of Memory

    In this episode, we'll learn the present-tense forms of Estar, using mnemonics. We'll also learn some idioms using Estar. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. Follow us on Instagram @acceleratedspanish for daily Spanish translation practice and other learning tools. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw

    Old Soul | New Soul Astrology with Robert Glasscock

    Robert has learned many techniques over his 57 years studying and practicing astrology. One such technique is where you organize the degrees of your natal planets and then look for corresponding patterns to occur at multiples of those points throughout your life. This is an amazing, yet simple technique that is going to rock your world! Robert references his "Essentials of Astrology: Using Degrees - A Lifetime At A Glance" Kindle series and the link to that is below: Robert's Books on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Robert-Glasscock/e/B00J7PGZ6W?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1655748609&sr=8-2 If you would like to leave a question for Robert, go to the orange "SpeakPipe" link here (we can't answer questions specific to your chart...they have to be broad-audience questions): https://funastrology.com/ Robert is available for astrology readings. You may contact him via email on his website: https://www.rglasscock4sight.com/me Thomas Miller's Daily "Fun Astrology" podcast is available here: https://open.spotify.com/show/5tGKH9LJQx7rIWI3pjYjSqAnd his "Subconscious Mind Mastery" podcast is available here: https://open.spotify.com/show/7vbEvOoFU50THEgVzMQnso Thank you for listening! Robert & Thomas

    Get It Right with Undercover Architect
    Building with Hempcrete: The Essentials to Know | Joe D'Alo, The Hemp Building Co. [Part 1 of 2 Episodes]

    Get It Right with Undercover Architect

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 48:46


    Hello! This is Episode 241, and in it, I'm speaking with Joe D'Alo, builder and owner of The Hemp Building Co., which is based in Kyneton, Victoria. [For all resources mentioned in this podcast and a free, downloadable PDF transcript, head to www.undercoverarchitect.com/241] So often, I'm getting asked questions about building with hempcrete, and what are the essentials to know so you can confidently use it in your new home or renovation.  In my last episode (Episode 240), Hamish White from Sanctum Homes spoke to us about his current experience with hempcrete in a residential project he is working on, and we talked a little about the material and working with it. But I knew you would want to know more. I wanted to know more! So I reached out to Joe D'Alo, a builder with a huge wealth of experience, knowledge and passion for hemp, hempcrete and building with this fantastic material.  Over this episode and the next, Joe will take us on a deep dive into understanding more about this amazing plant, industry and building product, and help you with what you need to know to use it in your project. And if you'd like to grab a full transcript of this episode, plus information on the resources we discuss, you can do that by heading to www.undercoverarchitect.com/241 Now, let's dive in! SHOW NOTES: If you're struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on and when, or how to best invest your efforts, energy and money to get a great outcome in your future home, I've created something super helpful for you. Access my free online workshop “Your Project Plan” now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan This free workshop will really help you understand the best steps to take wherever you're at in your project, and how you can avoid some serious and expensive mistakes.  Plus, I'll share with you what to focus on and when, so you know you're getting everything in order for a successful project and beautiful home. And you'll get access to some great bonuses as well. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST NOW. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PODCAST: For links and resources mentioned in this podcast, head to >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/241 Access my free “Your Project Plan” online workshop and awesome bonuses now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan Access the support and guidance you need to be confident and empowered when renovating and building your family home inside my flagship online program >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/courses/the-home-method/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Mind4Survival Podcast
    10 Best Bug-Out Bag Essentials List & Guide (2022)

    The Mind4Survival Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 81:57


    When it comes to Bug-Out Bag Essentials, seasoned preppers know that having a survival kit with the right gear can be the difference between life and death in a natural disaster or other survival situation. In this article, podcast episode, and guide, I'll discuss the ten essential pieces of survival gear you need to include… The post 10 Best Bug-Out Bag Essentials List & Guide (2022) appeared first on Mind4Survival.

    The Folk Podcast
    Episode 89: The essentials of paganism, meeting others in the faith, and getting out of your head

    The Folk Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 60:29


    We continue out three topics, talking today about three things that are good for those getting into the faith for the first time. 

    Zero Lives Podcast
    62- PS Plus Premium: Is it Worth it?

    Zero Lives Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 40:11


    The new Playstation Plus Premium service launched and we dove right in. Let's talk about whether the upgrade from the Essentials tier to the Extra or Premium tier is worth it.

    FamilyLife Blended® Podcast
    84: Relationship Essentials – Tools for Healthier Relationships

    FamilyLife Blended® Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    Critical relationship skills are needed in every important relationship, especially in stepfamily life. In this episode, Ron Deal talks with a dynamic mother-daughter duo, Joneen Mackenie and Laueren Reitsema, on gaining a larger toolbox of wisdom and skills for strengthening relationships. Show Notes and Resources Learn about My Relationship Center Get a copy of Relationship Essentials Find a blended family small group or event near you. Find a counselor near you Get your Certificate in Blended Family Ministry You can support the FamilyLife Blended podcast Summit on Stepfamily Ministry