Customary code of polite behaviour
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! In this episode, Nick and Leah answer listener questions about licking yogurt lids in public, calling stores for help, running out of dining chairs, and much more. Please follow us! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we could.) Have a question for us? Call or text (267) CALL-RBW or visit ask.wyrbw.com QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: Is it ever appropriate to lick a yogurt lid? Was it rude to call a store from inside the store to ask for assistance? Do some people not understand that working from home is actually working? Was it rude to decline to attend my friend's flower making class? Etiquette Crime Report: Not enough chairs to invite husband to dinner party THINGS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW Farrow & Ball Paint YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO... Support our show through Patreon Subscribe and rate us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts Call, text, or email us your questions Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Visit our official website Sign up for our newsletter Buy some fabulous official merchandise CREDITS Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton Theme Music: Rob Paravonian ADVERTISE ON OUR SHOW Click here for details TRANSCRIPT Episode 207 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are your table manners ready for holiday parties in friends' homes or out in restaurants? From knowing who and what to tip to bringing a gift to a host, Founder and Director of the Delaware Valley School of Etiquette, Dorlisa Goodrich Young, and longtime hospitality worker and artist, Jere Edmonds, guide us through the skills to avoid social embarrassment - so you'll be invited back next year. Then, an update on the future of Germantown's The Colored Girls Museum with Founder and Executive Director Vashti DuBois, who is waiting on a zoning variance to continue her work in the community. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I'm not sure if it was the trendiness of chukar hunting on social media or the fact that 2020 had everyone stuck at home and thinking of new things to try, but it sure seemed like chukar hunter numbers were at an all-time high this season in my neck of the woods. That even includes me, since this was my first season of seriously targeting chukar instead of just going a few times as a change of pace from quail or ducks. If we are truly serious about hunter recruitment and increasing hunter numbers, this growth in interest is great news! Even so, there's always a sharp pang of disappointment when you arrive at your favorite spot to find another hunter already there…even for the most enthusiastic supporters of R3 efforts. With the influx of upland bird hunters ought to come an influx of discussions about hunter etiquette while in the field. I make no claims of being an expert, neither in bird hunting nor in consistently good etiquette. I am sure that I have unintentionally done things that have annoyed another hunter or affected their day afield. But along with how-to articles and photos of our time in the mountains, I believe it's our responsibility to share perspectives on good etiquette to help new (and returning) hunters navigate some of these gray areas.
Happy Friday! Did you snatch a chainsaw?? Well, Hopefully! Thank you for listening. Today Angi and Marris talk many things but they disagree on one important topic, Airplane Etiquette. Should you be able to watch whatever you want on an airplane? Listen and find out what we think.
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While Dear HBR: is on hiatus, we want to introduce you to HBR's podcast for young professionals, New Here, hosted by Elainy Mata. Whether it's your first job or a fresh start, New Here will help you build a meaningful career on your own terms. In this episode, Elainy and comedian Sarah Cooper break down the unwritten rules around to how to behave in a new job—otherwise known as office etiquette. Listen for free to season one of New Here at HBR.org/Podcasts/New-Here or wherever you get your podcasts.
Today's podcast episode kicks off with a humorous walk down memory lane. Our hosts take a light-hearted look at some outrageous fashion trends and hilarious wardrobe choices. From the puzzling origin of sagging pants to the inexplicable trend of oversized red boots, the guys reminisce about some of the most bewildering style statements. However, the episode isn't just about laughter and fun. Ray, E.Z., Mark, and Oscar also delve into the serious and often undervalued topic of cultural etiquette. Etiquette is more than just table manners; it is a code of conduct that fosters respect, decorum, and professionalism. Understanding various cultures, their values, and beliefs are crucial when navigating etiquette. From the power of a warm greeting to the importance of saying "thank you," the guys explore how small gestures can make a significant difference. One of the most poignant parts of today's conversation is a discussion on representing Christ in our everyday lives. The guys reflect on a thought-provoking quote from Gandhi about Christianity and consider how our conduct as Christians can influence others' perception of Christ. As Christians, we strive to honor the Lord in everything we do, including understanding the importance of cultural sensitivity, particularly when travelling. How we dress can be a sign of respect towards the host culture, and it can be challenging when people from our own culture are not sensitive to the customs of the country they are visiting. In a world that often overlooks the importance of etiquette and cultural understanding, today's discussion sheds light on these crucial aspects of interpersonal relationships. The guys explore the importance of being mindful of cultural context when interacting with others, and how showing respect and understanding can enhance our relationships and our faith. Overall, this episode serves as a reminder of the importance of kindness, patience, and respect. Whether it's being punctual, dressing appropriately, or being mindful of our language, these small acts of etiquette can have a significant impact on how we represent Christ in our daily lives. Join us in this enlightening discussion and let's strive to honor the Lord in all that we do. From fashion faux pas to serious discussions about faith and etiquette, this episode is filled with laughter, insights, and food for thought.Thanks for listening! If you've been helped by this podcast, we'd be grateful if you'd consider subscribing, sharing, and leaving us a comment and 5-star rating! Visit the Living Waters website to learn more and to access helpful resources!You can find helpful counseling resources at biblicalcounseling.com.Check out The Evidence Study Bible and the Basic Training Course.You can connect with us at email@example.com. We're thankful for your input!Learn more about the hosts of this podcast.Ray ComfortEmeal (“E.Z.”) ZwayneMark SpenceOscar Navarro
Spit Hit for November 30th, 2023: Tune into this episode to hear all about tickle partners, salad grabbers, and “how body works”. We finish up with a draft of the best foods to dip in ranch. Re-brand Mondays with some comedy! Subscribe and tell your friends about another funny episode of The Spitballers Comedy Podcast! Connect with the Spitballers Comedy Podcast: Become an Official Spitwad: SpitballersPod.com Follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/SpitballersPod Follow us on IG: Instagram.com/SpitballersPod Subscribe on YouTube: YouTube.com/Spitballers
Comedian Jeff Leach recalls becoming a male escort and tells stories about orgies in Romania and bisexuality. Chris then shares some of Adam's liked tweets and news stories on: catalytic converter thieves deterred by paintballs, Compton teachers and principal calling in sick because of unruly student, Mark Cuban selling the Dallas Mavericks, Oakland city council calling for a cease-fire in Gaza, Cynthia Nixon going on a hunger strike in support for a cease-fire, rapper Nardo Wick's bodyguards punching out a fan, and Robert De Niro's speech at the Gotham Awards. Next, Jeremy Boreing chats about his new film, Ladyballers, which he directed and stars in. The guys also announce a Mr. Birchum cartoon! Lastly, director Andrew Davis talks about some of the classic movies he directed including Under Siege, The Fugitive, and Holes. He also talks about the 45th anniversary of his first film, Stony Island, and Chicago music culture. Andrew also talks about working with Steven Seagal. For more with Jeff Leach: ? Watch his special, Jeff Leach: A Comedy Spectacular, now on YouTube ? http://JeffreyLeach.com For more with Jeremy Boreing: ? See his new film, Ladyballers, premiering tomorrow at 8PM ET exclusively on DailyWire+ For more with Andrew Davis: ? Stony Island is available to rent or own on all cable, satellite, and digital platforms including Apple TV ? http://AndrewDavisFilms.com Thank you for supporting our sponsors: ? http://Angi.com ? The Jordan Harbinger Show - Available everywhere you listen to podcasts
On this episode of Slip The Jab, we preview Beneil Dariush vs. Arman Tsarukyan, give our Slip Picks and Ianalysis for UFC Austin, and play the 'How They Got Their Name' game. We give our thoughts on the video of Sean Strickland holding a man at gun point, why we feel he blew up his spot a little bit, and why we're a little disappointed after realizing he's not as crazy as we thought he was. We also downgrade Stricklands nickname from 'Straight Jacket' to 'Padded Room', and talk about his beef with Ian Garry. We read the MMA media's article about Conor McGregor's Black Forge Inn going broke, go over the finances and give an accurate forecast or the pubs future. Discussing the Black Forge Inn segues us into talking about Joe Rogan's comedy club 'The Mothership' in Austin Texas, whether or not we believe physical objects have energy, and Ian shopping at the thrift store. We also discuss Alexa Grasso's foot fetish video, foot fetishes in general, airplane etiquette, Lino tells a story of when he stereo typed a middle eastern muslim man sitting beside him on a plane after 9/11, the rumor of Michael Venom Page (MVP) coming to the UFC to fight 'Big Mouth' Kevin Holland, and Lino ends with this weeks Post Fight Song of the Week. Support the showVISIT OUR WEBSITE: https://slipthejabpodcast.comSLIP THE JAB MERCH: https://slipthejabpodcast.com/shopALSO AVAILABLE ON:Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/STJSpotifyApple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/STJApplePodcastsFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA:Twitter: https://twitter.com/slipthejabpodSponsored by NuKine WellnessUse code SLIPSTER20 for 20% OFF
Olly and Davi are back in studio to discuss wether Lewis Buchanan should have ridden Brendan Fairclough's Red Bull Rampage battleship line. During the episode the lads also talk about personality types, bucket list biking trips, the Focus Bikes team camp, play podium picks, create a Sam Pilgrim Monster flavour and much more... Support this episode's sponsors Athletic Greens: Want to feel optimized and ready to kick ass each day? Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs at drinkag1.com/RIDECOMPANION Please companionship, don't be another terrible statistic. Insure your bikes, kit and more for 30days FREE on us with code RIDECOMPANION30 at https://laka.co/gb Support our long term partners Athletic Greens: Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs at athleticgreens.com/RIDECOMPANION - Compex: Get 20% off with code ‘THERIDECOMPANION' at compex.com/uk/ - Peak Supps: Get 10% off the TRC bundle and everything on site with code ‘theridecompanion' at peaksupps.co.uk - Caldera Lab: Get 20% off with code ‘THERIDECOMPANION' at calderalab.com - Worx: Get 15% off with code ‘THERIDECOMPANION' at worx.com - DU/ER: Visit https://shopduer.com/ to learn more - LAKA: Get 30 days of FREE insurance with code ‘RIDECOMPANION30' at laka.co - HKT Products: Use code ‘PODCAST' for 10% off the entire site. Follow & Engage Olly Wilkins Instagram @odub_23 YouTube @owilkins23 The Ride Companion Instagram @theridecompanion YouTube @TheRideCompanion YouTube clips and BTS channel @moreridecompanion Get official Ride Companion merch, find old episodes and more theridecompanion.co.uk
What are you thankful for this year? Think back on all of the wonderful things that you have enjoyed and experienced over the year. Are you healthy? Did you travel? Do you have friends and family? Do you have pets? Did you celebrate a birthday or holiday? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are Blessed. Some people are not as fortunate as you. Think about giving back and helping others a little bit more in the upcoming month and year. On this podcast, I share many ways that we can show our gratitude and thankfulness all year long.
Etiquette expert and President of Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting Jodi R.R. Smith joins Lisa Dent to guide you through the proper protocols on whom, and how much, you should tip during the holiday season. Follow The Lisa Dent Show on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka
The cultural changes we've seen in recent years might make us think that 21st-century etiquette is utterly different than the 20th century's. Yet the only difference is that when Gen Xers and Baby Boomers were growing up, it was okay to ignore or even ridicule certain groups of people. Etiquette remains the same; what has changed is the acknowledgment and recognition of those whom society used to push to the margins.And at the center of this revolution, just like every human revolution, is language.In this episode, Dr. Suzanne Wertheim joins us to share her expertise in inclusive language and its impact on both personal and professional relationships, how to learn it, use it properly, and correct ourselves when making mistakes. Suzanne Wertheim is a Keynote Speaker, Workshop leader, Anti-bias Consultant, CEO of Worthwhile Research & Consulting, and the Author of "The Inclusive Language Field Guide." She specialized in her Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of California, Berkeley, in theories of language endangerment, sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology, and post-Soviet studies.Throughout our conversation, you'll hear Dr. Suzanne's thoughts on inclusive language and pronoun presentation at the workplace, proper use of language in highly productive environments, and language bias and how it affects communication. You'll also hear about Dr. Suzanne's book and why she decided to write it, why she states that words can cost tons of money, how to address people according to their gender identity, and much more.Tune in to Episode 407 and learn more about the massive difference little words can make in someone's life.Some Questions I Ask:What are the biggest minefields or things that should be more inclusive that you see might trip people up? (7:50)Why are people putting their pronouns next to their names in their bios, and what's the benefit of it? (17:20)In This Episode, You Will Learn:Dr. Suzanne talks about the moment she realized the importance of inclusive language (3:50)Language is the most complicated skill (10:40)How do we repair things when we make an inappropriate use of language (21:00)Dr. Suzanne talks about the link between inclusive language and productivity (23:20)Connect with Dr. Suzanne:WebsiteLinkedInGet Dr. Suzanne's book, "The Inclusive Language Field Guide"Becoming Your Best Resources:Becoming Your Best WebsiteBecoming Your Best LibraryBook: Becoming Your Best: The 12 Principles of Highly Successful LeadersBook: Conquer Anxiety: How to Overcome Anxiety and Optimize Your PerformanceFacebook Group – Conquer Anxiety Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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As each generation passes the baton to the next, it seems certain common courtesies have been ignored. When we host or attend a party, there are certain protocols we should kindly follow. But some people ignore them. Etiquette expert Jacqueline Whitmore, has made it her mission to create awareness of the things we can do […]
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In this episode, my guest is Dr. Adam Grant, Ph.D., a professor of organizational psychology at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, an expert in the science and practical steps for increasing motivation, maximizing and reaching our potential, and understanding how individuals and groups can best flourish. He is also an avid public educator, having written five bestselling books, delivered several top-ranking TED Talks and is the host of two psychology podcasts. We discuss how to overcome procrastination, how to increase intrinsic motivation (even for dreaded tasks), identify blind spots and rethink our assumptions, and how we can build a persistent growth mindset. We also explain tools to improve creativity and discuss the surprising relationship between creativity and procrastination. We then explore how to effectively solicit useful feedback and grow from constructive criticism and how you can improve your level of focus and attention using science-supported methods. We also discuss mental tools to get out of negative thought spirals, how to nurture potential in yourself or others, and the dark side of perfectionism. The discussion delivers more than a dozen science-supported protocols that are readily applicable to anyone seeking to live a more productive, fulfilling, and creative life. For show notes, including referenced articles and additional resources, please visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1: https://drinkag1.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman Levels: https://levels.link/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Momentous: https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Adam Grant (00:01:37) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, Levels & Waking Up (00:05:56) Procrastination & Emotion; Curiosity (00:14:06) Creativity & Procrastination; Motivation (00:20:48) Intrinsic Motivation & Curiosity (00:27:59) Tool: Tasks & Sense of Purpose (00:30:52) Sponsor: AG1 (00:32:34) Extrinsic Rewards, Choice; Social Media (00:42:24) Tool: “Quiet Time” Protocol, Chronotypes (00:49:20) Tool: Creativity: Mornings, Movement, Stillness (00:57:05) Sponsor: InsideTracker (00:58:14) Tools: Ideas & Filtering, Feedback & Opinions, Advice (01:07:15) Tool: Constructive Criticism, “Second Score”; Verbs (01:14:40) Tool: Growth Mindsets, Scaffolding; Job Innovation (01:21:50) Tools: Task Sequencing & Intrinsic Motivation; Tapering & Frame of Reference (01:30:03) Tools: Momentum, Confidence & Domains; Negative Thought Spirals (01:36:16) Tool: Phone & “To Don't” List; Writing Ideas (01:39:54) Tool: Bias Blindspot, Reflected Best-Self Portrait (01:45:36) Helping Others, Synthesizing Information (01:50:24) Modes of Thinking, Blind Spots & Assumptions (01:56:10) Thinking Like a Scientist: Hypothesis-Testing & Discourse, Social Media (02:05:150 Tool: Authenticity, Sincerity & Etiquette, “Snapshot” & Online Presence (02:12:49) Realizing Potential: Motivation, Opportunity & Process (02:21:53) Skills to Realize Potential, Perfectionism (02:27:52) Tool: Early Success & Performance Cycle, “Failure Budget” (02:31:56) Future Projects, Complex Issues & Challenging Ideas (02:40:10) Artistic Hobbies, Magicians (02:45:55) Science Communication, Interest & Self-Relevance (02:52:16) Languishing, Descriptive Language & Emotions (03:00:09) Tool: Nurture Potential in Children, “Coach Effect” (03:10:16) Zero-Cost Support, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, YouTube Feedback, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Disclaimer
As parents, we want our children to show respect by practicing good manners. We teach lessons before they need them and hope that they sink in. As our kids grow up, we need other adults to come alongside us and reinforce what we teach on why social graces matter. Join Kari as she talks to Birmingham etiquette expert Amy Rainer about helping your child stand out in the right way and show character from the inside out. Ep. 76 Show Notes:o Amy Rainer on Instagram o Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org and etiquettewithamyrainer.como Free Downloads, Bundles for High School and College Students, a $26 value offered free to Girl Mom Podcast Listeners, use code GIRLMOMo Contact Kari: email@example.com, Instagram, and Facebook
The holiday season is here which means we're shopping for the perfect presents and putting up decorations. It's also time to think about holiday tipping. Who are you supposed to tip during the holidays? And how much? Today on the On Your Side podcast, we're talking with Jacqueline Whitmore. She is an author and etiquette expert who has some good “tips” on holiday tipping.
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! In this episode, Nick and Leah tackle sending holiday cards, finding bear sculls, dropping umbrellas, and much more. Please follow us! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we could.) Have a question for us? Call or text (267) CALL-RBW or visit ask.wyrbw.com EPISODE CONTENTS AMUSE-BOUCHE: Iced Tea A QUESTION OF ETIQUETTE: Holiday Cards QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: How do I handle being seated in a restaurant next to diners having an unpleasant conversation? Etiquette Crime Report: Finding a bear scull VENT OR REPENT: Dropping umbrellas, Throwing up your hands CORDIALS OF KINDNESS: Thanks for walking me to my car, A nice email THINGS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW Unicef holiday cards EtiquetteCrime.com YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO... Support our show through Patreon Subscribe and rate us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts Call, text, or email us your questions Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Visit our official website Sign up for our newsletter Buy some fabulous official merchandise CREDITS Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton Theme Music: Rob Paravonian ADVERTISE ON OUR SHOW Click here for details TRANSCRIPT Episode 206 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Find out why Lunchbox and his wife got into a huge debate at the airport when they overheard a 77-year-old woman's flight got cancelled... Then, we discuss if eating while food shopping is okay, hear our thoughts! Plus, when it is too early and too late to call or text someone during the day? We share our new text and call etiquette rules! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker field this month's listeners' entries for Mesut Haaland Dicks, as the Clichés faithful nominate their niche footballing fascinations and irritations. Among the selections are the very deliberate way managers drink their bottled water, a deep dive into amateur-level stud selection, an unfathomable fetish for free kicks into the box that bounce all the way in, the merits of football freestylers, the etiquette of pre-match Sunday League rondos and goalkeepers who look like they've carried the ball out of the box before kicking it from their hands. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel anticipate Richard Keys' TikTok debut and contemplate whether an entire club can be described as "a Rolls-Royce". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey. Yeah so im kind of really free this season without true obligations (yay) , BUT etiquette should really be part of your character. Tact and Decorum will get you far. For Reals. Then a little on the new timeline of forgiveness which im loving btw. Maybe delulu a little. Idgaf. Dancingwithbipolar.com STAY ALIVE YOU MATTER! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dawn-sherine/message
On this episode, Zack, Alyssa & CB discuss just how long it takes before it's ok to talk about video games spoilers freely. Before that, they discuss the week's news from the video game industry and the games they've been playing. E-WIN Best Heavy Duty Gaming Chair On This Episode (9:45) News (50:08) Lake: Season's Greetings (Xbox) (57:31) Gods of the Twilight (Steam Deck) (1:15:56) Interview with Ashley Micks, co-founder of Volutian Design (1:48:47) “From the Outside In” Topic: Spoiler Etiquette Grab the episode now on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Play Music and more. If you love this episode and want other gaming content you can't get anywhere else, please support us on Patreon! Also, don't forget to check out our Discord Server and our web site, where you can read all of our written content.
If you could have Thanksgiving dinner with one TV family, which would it be? Anna wants a wholesome experience, but Producer Sean got really dark! (:30) The holidays are here and if you're feeling stressed, Dr. Jennifer Wider has got some tips for Anna and Raven on how to keep your cool this season! (3:52) The holidays always happen on the same day every year, so if you're always late, that's all I need to know about you! (7:49) What unique sides does your family have on Thanksgiving? Producer Jon's family eats something which sounds absolutely disgusting, yet oddly delicious… (10:54) The Santa Tipline has returned! Call 855-785-4101 and leave Santa a voicemail about who has been naughty and who has been nice. Anna and Raven will play the funniest messages on the air! (17:10) Things can get a little crazy during Thanksgiving dinner, but Etiquette expert Karen Thomas has some tips to deal with unruly family members! (20:44) What are your predictions for the games tomorrow? Anna doesn't know what she's talking about, but 10-year-old Cooper definitely knows a thing or two! (24:19) 28% of people admit that they don't know how to cook a turkey, so Anna and Raven decided to ask some kids about how to prepare the Thanksgiving bird! (27:23) Preparing Thanksgiving dinner can be stressful, but Sue from The Butterball Hotline is here to answer Anna and Raven's burning questions! (30:44) Andrew and Gianna have a nine-year-old daughter who is very good at gymnastics. They would like to send her to an elite gymnastics' academy but it's very expensive. Andrew says they should ask their family to not give her Christmas gifts this year, instead give them money towards the gymnastics academy. Gianna says it's not fair to their daughter that she won't get regular gifts and basically, it's a family Go Fund Me for their child. As the parents, it should be their responsibility to fit the bill even if it'll be a struggle. What do you think? (34:15) Ryan has got a shot at $1100! All he has to do is beat Raven in pop culture trivia! (42:15)
Novo and the gang forget to turn off another recording and end up staying at the bar past close for after hours, where they have another random conversation about everything and nothing, featuring animated [Adultswim] show "Rick & Morty," bartenders, workplace etiquette, [Adultswim] itself, voice-over talent and actor Chris Parnell, and the rest of the amazing cast. This Episode is brought to you by: Liquid I.V - the category-winning hydration brand fueling your well-being! Liquid I.V. not only acts as a hydration and energy multiplier, but with the right product, also aids in sleep. So go to liquid-iv.com and use promo code: artofthebeholder to get 20% off your next order, and get more fuel for life's adventures. Novella “Adul(ter)ation” – Now available as an Audiobook here - follow adult entertainer Jessica Amber Star as she embarks on a journey that will change her life forever…She not only finds herself in the industry, but figures out a way to transform herself and eventually become…reborn…find out how in Adul(ter)ation, which can be found on Amazon in all major formats. Novel "The Entropy Sessions" - a tale of loss, love, and madness, and our past, present, and future relationships with technology - find it here - in paperback, as an ebook on Amazon, or as an audiobook through Audible. Zencastr - our go-to tool to record our podcast with multiple guests remotely. With Zencastr, you can record separate audio and video tracks, and it's all backed up on a secured cloud so you never lose your hard work. It's reliable, easy to use, and there's nothing to download. So go to zencastr.com and use promo code: artofthebeholder, and get 30% off your first three months with a PRO account. Thank you for listening. Check out more at novodeproductions.com, please consider supporting us with a donation, and if you'd like to be on the show, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/artofthebeholder/support
"Breaking bread with a man doesn't make him your friend. Dating a woman doesn't make her off limits, but shooting shots with low quality bullets will always result in taking an L." ― A.Ray Real Topics: 1st date etiquette Male friends who cross the line Does affirmative action benefit you No energy for negativity Musical Intellect: Black Thought x Lil Wayne x 6lack Recorded in Dallas, TX @robertsmediagroup 'Tha Reality Is' is powered by Roberts Media Group. For more programming and advertisement opportunities, please visit www.robertsmediagroup.co. If you would like to be a guest on the show or would like us to answer one of your questions from our perspective, email us at email@example.com or leave a message here and we'll be sure to answer it on an upcoming episode. Please leave us a rating or review. We don't care if it's a good review, we don't care if it's a bad review, we just want to hear from you! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tharealityis/support
Thank you for listening to Brown Mama Bear hosted by Shanera Williamson. This episode features conversations with two different guests. The first guest is Malika Williams, a certified Children's Etiquette Consultant, author and founder of “Excuse me, please,” an etiquette consulting firm. The second guest is Jasmine Williamson, the founder of Tea Rose Nashville. Jasmine and her daughter started this mother/daughter business as a way of sharing their passion for tea and connection. Connect with Malika Williams (pen name Malika Saban) and Excuse Me Please Etiquette: Website, Facebook, Instagram Malika's book, Time To Eat: A First Look at Table Manners Connect with Jasmine Williamson and Tea Rose Nashville: Website, Facebook, Instagram Connect with Shanera and Brown Mama Bear: Facebook, Instagram, Website Make sure you share Brown Mama Bear with at least 3 friends so you have someone to talk with about these things.
Today's guest is Mariah Grumet the founder of Old Soul Etiquette! Etiquette is something that has interested Mariah since she was a teen. She credits that to her old soul. When she first moved to NYC to work in fashion, Mariah took an etiquette course as a fun weekend activity. She saw the true power of modern etiquette and what it meant to redefine people's misconceptions of it. She quickly realized that she was missing her calling. Eventually, which you'll hear more about in today's episode Mariah took a huge leap of faith and left her job in the fashion industry to pursue her passion, and it was the best decision she could have ever made. We know listeners will love hearing more of Mariah's story in today's episode! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/howdshedothat/support
Flag étiquette dictates that a nation's flag should never touch the ground. It should never be 'dragged in the dirt' literally or figuratively. Similarly, the old prophet, judge, and interactor-with-God Samuel made a similar commitment to the Word of God. "Samuel grew and the Lord was with him, and he let none of His words fall to the ground."Samuel is a great example of faith for two things:He listened to God. He inclined his ear to HEAR the Words of God. "Speak, your servant it LISTENING"He committed himself that none of the words received would fall to the ground. He honored, respected and was inclined to obey God's Words.Treat God the same way today by listening carefully for 7 minutes. Subscribe so you can come back tomorrow and do the same thing at Apple Podcasts.
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! In this episode, Nick and Leah answer listener questions about holding open subway doors, sending preprinted thank you cards, bringing your own vases to flower shops, and much more. Please follow us! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we could.) Have a question for us? Call or text (267) CALL-RBW or visit ask.wyrbw.com QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: What is the etiquette for holding open subway doors? Is it tacky to give a thank you card that has "Thank You" preprinted on it? Can a couple just decide to not send thank you notes after their wedding shower? Is it OK to bring your own vase to a flower shop? Bonkers: Tickling toes at an airport THINGS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW "What Is Glitter?" - Caity Weaver, New York Times YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO... Support our show through Patreon Subscribe and rate us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts Call, text, or email us your questions Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Visit our official website Sign up for our newsletter Buy some fabulous official merchandise CREDITS Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton Theme Music: Rob Paravonian ADVERTISE ON OUR SHOW Click here for details TRANSCRIPT Episode 205 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This week on Upticks, join Jake and Cory as they discuss important year-end financial planning, earnings updates, tipping, and much more. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast player so you don't miss an episode. 0:00 – Intro 2:29 – Sell Loser Stocks 4:39 – Year-End Moves 5:24 – Mini-Millionaires 7:18 – Q3 Earnings 8:48 – Thanks Inflation? 12:59 – 401(k) Updates 15:26 – 401(k) Falling Behind? 18:58 – Ouch! 20:45 – Take Action Upticks is a show about financial planning and investments. Join Jake Falcon, CRPC® as he discusses financial planning topics including retirement, tax planning, debt, charitable giving, etc. In addition, Jake dives deep into investments and explains stocks, bonds, options, cryptocurrency and other timely market topics. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Falcon Wealth Advisors is an independent-minded wealth management practice located in the Kansas City metro. Our team of 15 professionals specializes in retirement planning for individuals. We help our clients make important decisions around when to retire, social security, health insurance, tax planning, and many other financial planning topics. In addition to helping our clients plan for a successful retirement we also implement investments solutions. We believe that what sets us apart is our philosophy to avoid investment products and instead buy/sell individual stocks, bonds, and options for our clients. We do this to eliminate the middleman, which we believe increases control and transparency and decreases fees. Clients choose to work with us to enhance their financial literacy and explain exactly what their financial plan means to them. Visit Our Website https://www.falconwealthadvisors.com/ Listen to our Podcasts https://www.falconwealthadvisors.com/content.html We're Social! https://www.facebook.com/FalconWAdvisors/ https://www.instagram.com/falconwadvisors/ https://twitter.com/FalconWAdvisors https://www.linkedin.com/company/falcon-wealth-advisors/ Connect with Jake Falcon, CRPC https://www.facebook.com/jake.falcon.524 https://www.instagram.com/jake_falcon_crpc/?hl=en https://twitter.com/jakefalconcrpc https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakefalconfalconwealthadvisors #taxplanning #stockearnings #tips #upticks #retirement
Welcome to the Cadillac Jack – My Second Act podcast. Caddy lost his phone. Not that he would've texted you back anyways, according to Donna. Keyboard warriors. We have all known one. But there is one in particular that is really irking Donna over on The Bear 92.5's Facebook page. You can call her all the names in the world you want…but just don't call her this one. Also, Caddy lost his phone. We think we know where it is, but it needs to be tracked down. It reminds Donna of that one time she lost hers at Costco. In the crab claw section. On top of the ice. And you know we are going to have a Morgan Wallen segment. All that and much, much more on today's jam packed episode! Where is the strangest place you have put/lost your phone? Let us know. Call or text 770-464-6024.
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! This week, Nick and Leah are enjoying a well-deserved break, but they'll be back next week with an all-new episode. In the meantime, here's one of their favorite episodes from the archives in which they tackle obeying little signs, coordinating pot luck dinners, buying concert tickets, and much more. Please follow us! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we could.) Have a question for us? Call or text (267) CALL-RBW or visit ask.wyrbw.com EPISODE CONTENTS AMUSE-BOUCHE: The origins of "Etiquette" A QUESTION OF ETIQUETTE: Hosting Thanksgiving dinner QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: Should I tell someone their new boyfriend reminds me of Christian Bale in "American Psycho"? If you're bringing dessert to a pot luck, are you also responsible for bringing the dessert plates? Do I need to give up my better concert tickets in order for my daughter to be able to sit with a friend? VENT OR REPENT: Bad customer service, Ordering sandwiches CORDIALS OF KINDNESS: Nice neighbors, A nice review THINGS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW Cindy Post Senning's story about Louis XIV Business card scene from "American Pyscho" The Wiggles Mummenchanz YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO... Support our show through Patreon Subscribe and rate us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts Call, text, or email us your questions Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Visit our official website Sign up for our newsletter Buy some fabulous official merchandise CREDITS Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton Theme Music: Rob Paravonian TRANSCRIPT Episode 112 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices