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Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
1/20 3-1 Expanding Foam in His Dink

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 22:45


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AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
AI Today Podcast: The Expanding Data Infrastructure Layer

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 33:49


As the markets for Data, Automation, Analytics, and AI continue to evolve, so too does Cognilytica's coverage of these areas. In today's podcast we discuss how we are expanding our current Cognilytica Classification of the AI Vendor Ecosystem to include a data infrastructure layer. Within this layer falls data generation, big data storage and query, and data engineering and DataOps. Continue reading AI Today Podcast: The Expanding Data Infrastructure Layer at Cognilytica.

Climate Cuisine
Meet Cilantro's Tropical Cousin: Culantro

Climate Cuisine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 22:30


Meet culantro—cilantro’s tropical counterpart. It tastes like a more pungent cilantro, and in the right conditions, it grows all year round. This episode touches on how limited our repetoire of herbs are and the possiblities that come when we expand our selection beyond what's just avaliable at the grocery store. We’ll talk to food blogger Reina Gascon-Lopez on how culantro is used in Puerto Rican cuisine and award-winning cookbook author Andrea Nguyen on how she uses it in Vietnamese cooking. Topics covered in this episode: Min 0:45: Annual plants and their tropical counterparts Min 3:19: Meet Reina Gascon-Lopez Min 4:17: What is culantro? Min 6:11: How Reina cooks with cilantro Min 7:42: Culantro in the US Min 8:46: The downside to culantro Min 9:45: Meet Andrea Nguyen Min 11:37: Three sources of cilantro notes in Vietnamese cooking Min 12:42: How colonization and globalization affect our palates Min 17:24: Expanding the way you think of herbs Climate Cuisine is part of Whetstone Radio Collective. Learn more about this episode of Climate Cuisine at www.whetstoneradio.com, on IG at @whetstoneradio, Twitter at @whetstone_radio, and YouTube at /WhetstoneRadio. Guests: Reina Gascon-Lopez (@thesofritoproject), Andrea Nguyen (@andreanguyen88)

JaM Session
Dallas Cowboys What The Hell Happened, ESPN's Todd Archer, Expanding Food in DFW

JaM Session

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 85:07


(START): JaM dive deeper into what happened in the Cowboys season ending loss to the 49ers. Why did the offense continue to struggle? Who is to blame? Is there a fix for this as they move through the offseason? Another frustrating conversation about the franchise that has become the model for mediocrity. (37:58): The Block-a popular DFW area foodie spot is expanding yet again, another long time restaurant about to make its return and shocking news about a Texas franchise (56:26): ESPN Cowboys Insider Todd Archer, brought to you by BlueStarMotorGroup.com RECORDED 1/18/22. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE IS INCLUDED.

JaM Session
Dallas Cowboys What The Hell Happened, ESPN's Todd Archer, Expanding Food in DFW

JaM Session

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 85:07


(START): JaM dive deeper into what happened in the Cowboys season ending loss to the 49ers. Why did the offense continue to struggle? Who is to blame? Is there a fix for this as they move through the offseason? Another frustrating conversation about the franchise that has become the model for mediocrity. (37:58): The Block-a popular DFW area foodie spot is expanding yet again, another long time restaurant about to make its return and shocking news about a Texas franchise (56:26): ESPN Cowboys Insider Todd Archer, brought to you by BlueStarMotorGroup.com RECORDED 1/18/22. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE IS INCLUDED.

Press the Button
Expanding the Nuclear Discourse

Press the Button

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 32:15


This week, Emma Belcher sits down with Målfrid Braut-Hegghammer, Director of the Oslo Nuclear Project. She discusses efforts to roll back nuclear programs in Iraq & Iran, and US-centric biases when it comes to nuclear weapons policy. On Early Warning, Michelle Dover is joined by Melissa Hanham, an affiliate of Stanford Center for International Security & Cooperation. Hanham discusses recent North Korean missile test and whether sanctions play a role in preventing nuclear proliferation.

DSC On Demand
Paying it Forward, Expanding Foam in a Penis, & a Tarantula Story

DSC On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 136:27


The DSC Show for Tuesday 1/18/22: Today we talked about how tough baristas have it, we heard the worst story of the week, and a mom told us about a tarantula that was hovering over her toddler in the car!

Reduced Shakespeare Company Podcast
Expanding The Canon

Reduced Shakespeare Company Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 20:35


Emily Lyon and Shannon Corinthen are the artistic and producing directors of the Hedgepig Ensemble in Brooklyn, NY, and two of the hosts of “This is a Classic: The Expand The Canon Theatre Podcast,” an outgrowth of Hedgepig's mission to uplift the legacy of women and non-binary writers. Shannon and Emily talk about the plethora of plays out there by underrepresented writers; how they curate their annual "Expand The Canon" lists; how many plays they read each other to create their suggestions; how Hedgepig is committed to expanding the canon by commissioning new works and new translations; the surprising timelessness of so many of these plays; and how so many of them would fit into a theater's season so much better than some of the overdone and less-worthy plays that get done now. (Length 20:35) The post Expanding The Canon appeared first on Reduced Shakespeare Company.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 01.17.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 56:03


America's Obsession with Illusion Richard Gale and Gary Null PhD Progressive Radio Network, January 14, 2022 “He who despises his own life is soon master of others” – English proverb For the vast majority of Americans, the past year has been the most challenging in their lives – certainly for young adults. However, not everyone has been suffering equally. The nation's health or illness is not uniform. Much of our suffering is dependent upon the institutionalization and negligence of previous injustices, the loss of social equanimity, economic heedlessness, and our leaders' unmitigated greed and pursuit of power. Nor is everyone adversely affected by the shifts underway in the imaginations of the political and ideological universes. The transnational class of corporate and banking elites, for example, has little motivation to respect or contribute to national boundaries and interests. They perceive themselves as global actors. For the generals and captains of neoliberal globalization, the puppet masters of financial markets, the Covid-19 pandemic only caused annoying disruptions in the quality of their lives. For the remainder, it has been cataclysmic. As we begin 2022 should we not pause and reflect carefully about what we want and don't want as individuals and a nation to secure a sustainable future? A deep and collective introspection into the shared moral principles is called for. It is no longer what we say or profess that has any truth or significance. Rather what we actualize in our daily lives and as a society is going to determine whether the future will be better future or worse. Only our actions can realistically convey the deeper values in the American psyche. Therefore we need to ask ourselves more difficult questions to discover the real moral poverty that defines us as a civilization. Where were the large demonstrations against the trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street and foreign banks when barely a penny was spent for the average citizen? Where were the demonstrations against home foreclosures and the loss of small family farms?  Debt drenched student aid? Exploitive payday loans and exorbitant credit card fees? There was no outrage against Obama's broken promises on universal healthcare, a platform that helped bring him to the White House. The single-minded attention on the pandemic has cancelled out 2.5 million homeless American children and 46 million adults and children who go hungry daily. Where was a collective voice condemning the hundreds of billion tax dollars to increase the power of the military and intelligence complexes as American cities further collapsed into ghettos? Where were the marches against corporations off-shoring jobs? Why no vocal outrage against the invasions of Libya and Syria, or the US' ongoing support of rogue dictatorships, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE for crimes against humanity in Yemen? Where are the protests against corporations exploiting slave labor in poor countries such as Bangladesh and Indonesia?  There were no noteworthy protests for any of these issues. And yet these are true existential threats to our very democracy. Bertrand Russell wrote, “one should care about the world they do not see.” Should we not be planning ahead for the future of our children, grandchildren and ourselves instead of being incapacitated by fear? The national popular disinterest in these and other crises foreshadows something on the horizon that does not bode well for most Americans. It is a simple principle to understand; yet so subtle it will likely go unnoticed until everyone is individually and collectively affected. It is the utter lack of balance within the nation's body politick, and across the media that spoon feeds us virtual images of a faux theatrical play, the illusory icons on our minds' monitor screens, that shape our perceptions of reality. This is how control is exerted over our thoughts, speech and actions. In fact, it is only after people exercise their thoughts independently, with the certain belief that they have actual self-control over their lives, that they can arrive at the realization that their perceptions may be largely distorted. Throughout America's history there has been a system of three federal branches to assure there is a platform for checks and balances as well as a structure to contain the tensions between them. That system now is being rapidly challenged and eroded. Now the middle of the road Democrats officially control the White House and both legislative bodies. We will see what awaits us. There is also what is commonly referred to as the “fourth estate,” the powers of the press and news media that control the framing of the political narrative and partisan issues. In the past, the media was expected to hold the government accountable by exposing its conflicts of interest that endanger the public, its misdemeanors, and systemic corruption. This too is in decay as the media has been fully captured by corporate interests and now aligns itself politically and ideologically with the new political elite determined to reshape democracy and launch a new reset that will dramatically infringe on individual rights and liberties. Finally, there is the growing influence of a fourth branch of government, the corpocracy and its private interests. We might also include the US intelligence community that increasingly operates independently from executive and legislative oversight. Together we can witness this loose cabal of seemingly independent entities, working simultaneously in consortium and in opposition to each other, propelling us towards a future tsunami of greater polarization and immense social disruption. Earlier generations were not threatened by the telecommunication and technological giants, such as Google, Facebook and Amazon. Clinton's Communications Decency Act of 1996, despite its well-meaning intentions to protect free speech, was otherwise destructively naïve. At that time it was sensible; however, that was before the advent of the social media that now dominates our lives and shapes political discourse. Silicon Valley has become a force far more powerful than the lobbyists on K Street to ensure that corporate Democrats are raised to a position of absolute power. Yet the problem would be equally threatening if it were the corporate and radicalized GOP in power. The centrist Democratic left, lulled in a passivity that “it can't happen here,” is every bit as dangerous and delusional as the Republican far-right's paranoia over conspiracies squatting behind every nook and cranny. A moderate centrist right no longer exists as it has now exited reality like a herd of lemmings to follow Trump phenomena over a phantasmagoric cliff. The more important question to contemplate is how this will impact yourself and average citizens. What happens elsewhere around the world can no longer be viewed in isolation. Globalization is perhaps the most holistic phenomena within the matrix of financial capital movements and post-modern social restructuring. China has the means to socially control most of its population, especially in urban areas. On the other hand, China would be unable to succeed in this endeavor without the direct assistance, trade and technological development of Silicon Valley and the private innovators of intelligence and surveillance applied science. China has already launched social scoring, a nefarious means to reward and penalize public activity. If a person protests the lack of personal freedom, democratic values and free speech, his or her social score decreases. And through digital networks, authorities can monitor and identify every Chinese citizen's movements. All of this technology is ready for launch in the US and other developed nations. However, rather than social scoring, it is block chain, the digital database that gathers any information it is programmed for. Block chain has already been employed for almost a decade. At this moment the federal government and individual states are blindly over-reacting to Covid's health threats, the climate and environment, and the collapse of social cohesion. These threats are eliciting government mandates, such as vaccination. A Biden federal vaccine mandate would overrule individual state laws. The fact that this is being publicly stated should quell many conspiratorial theories. It is part of a more comprehensive and long-term agenda for expanding government social control under the pretense and propaganda of keeping Americans safe under the banner of national security. New laws are under construction that would redefine hate speech. Censorship of free speech for criticizing official narratives and policies to tackle the pandemic are being enforced. Any criticism towards the failures of the Covid-19 vaccines is redefined as threats to public health. People raising such critiques may eventually find their names on domestic terrorist lists. This scenario is not beyond the imagination. Wikileaks revealed that environmental, animal protection, and human rights groups have been labeled as domestic terrorist organizations. Guilt by association laws, for example buried in Obama's National Defense Authorization Act, are in place. Expanding a law's scope is far easier than erasing it from the books. Consequently, it is not unlikely that these laws may eventually widen to include charges of subversion based solely on the emails you read, the videos you watch or the broadcasts you listen to. This would inevitably lead to the death toll for any residue of integrity in journalism. Silicon Valley's collusion with the government has canceled the voices of some of our best investigative journalists, such as Chris Hedges, Sharyl Attkinsson, Glenn Greenwald, Max Blumenthal and Craig Murray. These are only a few of many examples. The new unstated law is that original investigation must support the official narrative, otherwise it will be prohibited from accessible public view. We may recall that under the second Bush administration, the justice department created “free speech zones,” fenced off or confined areas where demonstrators were only permitted to exercise their Constitutional rights of free protest and expression. Today we are only several small amendments away before the right to assemble being banned altogether. Faced with growing condemnation by many nations, the US' hegemony on the world geopolitical arena has waned considerably. Biden's administration and its return to neocon foreign against Russia and China and neoliberal market policies will likely make every effort to regain the dominance it lost during the past four years. What has vanished in the US' former full spectrum dominance over the geopolitical landscape is now being inverted to strengthen federal hegemonic reign over the American population. Finally, we need to awaken to modern technologies' remarkable sophistication and its certain threats to the health of our societies, and even to our definition of being human. Sadly, this is an industry each of us has been complicit in advancing. Coining a term by one of the planet's most important and forgotten 20th century prophetic voices, the Trappist monk Father Thomas Merton, we are facing a great Unspeakable, a spiritual crisis contributing to the existential vacuity of modern American culture. Few are aware that in his 1964 collection of meditations, Seeds of Destruction, Merton predicted that the civil rights movement would confront a catastrophic impasse and may find itself without leadership. Four years later, Martin Luther King Jr, who Merton had a deep correspondence with, was assassinated. Merton would die suddenly later that same year under very mysterious circumstances in Thailand. Another way to describe the Unspeakable is criminal Sovereignty, with a capital S, to convey its almost numinous qualities. If alive today, Merton would look upon both the extreme right and left as mere expressions of the meaninglessness of American life manifesting as a turbulent ocean of afflictive emotions and thoughts. Instead of technology serving the needs of humanity, Americans are being increasingly conditioned to willingly bow as slaves to technology. The public, Somerset Maugham warned, “are easily disillusioned then they are angry or it was the illusion they loved.” The Unspeakable's unspoken mantra is: technology must progress regardless of how many people fall destitute, jobless, debt ridden and physically ill with only suicide as a recourse to escape. “American democracy today,” Merton observed over 55 years ago, “is just cheap pressed wood fiber, cardboard and spray paint.” Consequently, the elite sitting in the global control tower view the Great Reset's technological regime as preferable to democracy's kabuki theater. Advanced surveillance, artificial intelligence, intelligent robotics, transhumanism, a 5G internet of everything, genetic engineering, and weather modification should be our guiding avatars. The solutions, he would argue, can no longer be found in civil discourse or the rights of human beings gathering in assembly. For the ruling elite, the masses are blind sheep wandering in search of a shepherd. This is what author Ronald Wright called the “progress trap” – progress' unending efforts to feed technology's hunger to devour natural and human capital, interest free. And the mainstream press and news media, in its' malady of cognitive dissonance, serves as its unreflective cheerleader for our march towards civilizational collapse. Merton was keenly aware of technology's dangers to social stability. In a 1967 letter he took aim at the “universal myth that technology infallibly makes everything in every way better for everybody. It does not.” However, Merton was by no means a Luddite. “Technology could indeed make a better world for millions of human beings,” he wrote. Yet there remained the nightmare of technology transforming the world into a “more collectivist, cybernated mass culture.” Decades before the first desktop, Merton foresaw a complete fragmentation of the nation's moral and spiritual fabric when people will begin basing all of their political and ethical decisions on computers. Prophetically he wrote to a friend, “just wait until they start philosophizing with computers!” That was 1967. He even foresaw technology becoming a means to elevate the slaves of technology's false self, to satisfy narcissistic appetites for admiration and status. In other words, the woke social media. “The greatest need of our time,” Merton wrote in his Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander, “is to clean out the enormous mass of mental and emotional rubbish that clutters our minds and makes all political and social life a mass illness. Without this housecleaning we cannot begin to see. Unless we see we cannot think. The purification must begin with the mass media.” For this reason we urgently need to penetrate the illusions of propaganda and popular falsehoods, across the entire political spectrum as well the self-appointed pontificating Pharisees who are ushering a new socio-economic era where endless technological innovation has precedence over human lives. Despite its newness, it has also been clearly predictable. No doubt, if Orwell were penning his great novel today, the emergence of this new American era we are witnessing would not be fiction.

Living Open | Modern Magick and Spirituality for Mystics and Seekers
Ep. #249: Reclaiming Nourishing Traditions + European Folk Culture with Danica Boyce

Living Open | Modern Magick and Spirituality for Mystics and Seekers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 56:30


Danica Boyce (she/her) is a pagan educator and coach, guiding folks to shed limitation and imperialism by reconnecting with pagan abundance, animism & folklore. She specializes in religious history, folk song, and the energetics of holding epic, love-filled visions for humankind and the earth. In this episode, Eryn and Danica explore: Danica's journey with paganism and folklore Shame around the life-sustaining magic of imagination and play What it was like spiritually in Europe before Christian colonization Expanding our thinking beyond purity of European nation-states when it comes to our ancestry Connecting with European folk culture Abundance and scarcity in cultural practices Innovating within cultural practices Europeans displaces from their lands carrying the model of theft and control to America Long lineages of loss of culture Grief & belonging Holding other people in gentleness The flattening of death in Christian culture Capitalism, exchange, and trade Cultivating an abundance mindset in a not weird & toxic way! Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blog/danica-boyce  Connect with Eryn on Instagram. Learn more about + apply for HOLY, a 7-week reclamation circle and support group for ex-religious folks to create community and heal from the impacts of dogmatic religion together. Connect with Danica on her Instagram & podcast. Email her at fairfolkcast@gmail.com. Mentioned in this episode: Ep. #217: European Folk Ways & Ancestor Work with Megan McGuire.  

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon
#315: Suman Siva, Co-Founder and CEO of Marco, on Creating Cohesive Company Culture via Employee Engagement Experiences

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 27:22


Suman Siva is the Co-Founder and CEO of Marco, a platform for discovering, planning, and booking high-quality experiences. Marco is helping companies and teams up-level their next Zoom happy hour or offsite and do something collaborative and engaging via virtual experiences that evolve modern teams into thriving cultures. Suman has spent his career advising, operating, and investing in consumer tech companies and marketplaces, and now he's excited to be working on building one! His experience includes working as a Growth Advisor to marketplaces at Basis One, investing at SoftBank Vision Fund Consumer Internet, and consulting at Bain. Topics Covered by Suman Siva in this Episode How Marco is bringing companies and teams together through their experiences platform How Suman's time investing in the experiences space at SoftBank led to him founding Marco The evolution of Marco and how the pandemic led to a pivot Shifting from B2C to B2B Their go-to-market strategy and exploring paid acquisition Expanding into enterprise solutions The pain point that Marco is addressing and their current business model Their journey raising nearly $3M in capital Getting early traction Suman's transition from investor to entrepreneur How Marco is enabling the creator economy Their opportunistic approach to hiring part-time, distributed employees Marco's Future of Culture E-Book The types of experiences Marco's customers are looking to engage in How they're zooming in on inclusivity in the workplace The trends Suman is expecting to see regarding in-person versus virtual offerings Listen to all episodes of the Just Go Grind Podcast: https://www.justgogrind.com Follow Justin Gordon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/justingordon212

Mostly Balanced
100. ALMOST 30'S KRISTA WILLIAMS & LINDSEY SIMCIK on Personal Growth, Expanding in Your Relationship, and Manifesting a More Aligned Life

Mostly Balanced

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 80:33


Welcome back! Today we are joined by fellow podcasters, Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik - hosts of of Almost 30 Podcast. Almost 30 was one of the first podcasts we ever listened to and we are so excited to have them on for our 100th episode! What we talk about: Why Krista & Lindsey started their podcast back in 2016 What they were both doing before Almost 30 and how their lives have changed since A bit about some of their recent guests and conversations on Almost 30 Krista & Lindsey's take on masculine and feminine energy Couple's therapy How Lindsey's dating habits changed throughout her 20s and into her 30s and how she reconnected with her now fiancé Why you shouldn't feel like you have to be a perfect version of yourself before being in a relationship/finding a partner Krista's relationship with her husband and how her personal growth and inner work has helped them expand as a couple Growing while your partner isn't Krista & Lindsey's different takes on manifestation and how they've manifested their most aligned lives & more! You can find Almost 30 on Instagram @Almost30podcast and check out their website here to listen to their episodes. Follow Krista at @itskrista and Lindsey at @linseysimcik. **Sign up here to attend their FREE virtual Camp Almost 30 THIS WEEKEND 1/22** This week's recommendations: Carleigh's rec: Lacy Phillips' To Be Magnetic Pathway Membership Mia's rec: RAE Wellness supplements We also answer more questions from Esther Perel's card game Where Should We Begin! As always, find us on Instagram @mostlybalancedpodcast and on our website. Thanks for joining us and please leave a rating or review if you enjoyed the episode!

Thriving Stylist Podcast
#214-Expanding, scaling, shifting and stabilizing

Thriving Stylist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 23:41


This week on the podcast I'm excited to be talking to you about business growth, but in a much different way than it's usually looked at. That's because there are actually 4 different ways to grow a business in our industry! Today you'll hear my thoughts on each of them, and if this episode inspires you to make some really good growth decisions in 2022 (and beyond!), let me know! If you have a question for me that you'd like answered on a future episode, a great way to do that is to head over to Apple Podcasts and leave a rating and review with your question. I'm looking forward to doing more of these types of episodes on the podcast! If you're not already following us, @thethrivingstylist, what are you waiting for? This is where I share pro tips every single week, along with winning strategies, testimonials, and amazing breakthroughs from my audience. You're not going to want to miss out on this! Learn more at: https://thethrivingstylist.com/podcast/214 

Landon & Heather Schott Podcast
Expanding Territory | Cindy Jacobs

Landon & Heather Schott Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 64:29


GoodTrash GenreCast
Ep. 440: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) — AntiTrash 2022

GoodTrash GenreCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 71:19


AntiTrash 2022 continues this week with our next sci-fi pick, and Stanley Kubrick finally makes an appearance on the GenreCast. That's right, we're talking about another of the most influential films of all time with 2001: A Space Odyssey. Cold, calculating, hopeful? We try to decipher this monolith of a film as we talk about what it could mean. We also discuss Kubrick's style, self indulgence, life, the universe, and everything. Come along with us on this journey as we evaluate the Dawn of Man.  TIMESTAMPS 00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis 05:49 - Quick 2001: A Space Odyssey Reviews 22:26 - Expanding the Syllabus 36:29 - Analysis 1:07:09 - Shelf or Trash 1:08:55 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

GoodTrash GenreCast
Ep. 439: Metropolis (1927): AntiTrash 2022

GoodTrash GenreCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 57:34


It's time for our annual Antitrash Celebration! With prestige season in full effect, we look at the movies that probably will be discussed in a film studies course—and this month, we're going sci-fi with our picks. And we're kicking it off with one of the most influential films of all time, Fritz Lang's Metropolis from 1927. This bold work has inspired generations of artists, but how has it held up to time? We discuss this, and its impact. We also talk about the theology of Metropolis, its different commentaries on society and labor, and much more as we ring in 2022.  TIMESTAMPS 00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis 03:19 - Quick Metropolis Reviews 15:58 - Expanding the Syllabus 27:59 - Analysis 51:24 - Shelf or Trash 55:23 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio
ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips is not in favor of expanding the College Football Playoff right now.

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 11:56


ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips is not in favor of expanding the College Football Playoff right now. Are other conferences in line? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 01.14.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 58:33


America's Obsession with Illusion Richard Gale and Gary Null PhD Progressive Radio Network, January 14, 2022   “He who despises his own life is soon master of others” – English proverb   For the vast majority of Americans, the past year has been the most challenging in their lives – certainly for young adults. However, not everyone has been suffering equally. The nation's health or illness is not uniform. Much of our suffering is dependent upon the institutionalization and negligence of previous injustices, the loss of social equanimity, economic heedlessness, and our leaders' unmitigated greed and pursuit of power.  Nor is everyone adversely affected by the shifts underway in the imaginations of the political and ideological universes. The transnational class of corporate and banking elites, for example, has little motivation to respect or contribute to national boundaries and interests. They perceive themselves as global actors. For the generals and captains of neoliberal globalization, the puppet masters of financial markets, the Covid-19 pandemic only caused annoying disruptions in the quality of their lives. For the remainder, it has been cataclysmic.   As we begin 2022 should we not pause and reflect carefully about what we want as and don't want as individuals and a nation for securing a sustainable future? Fundamental is a deep introspection into the common and moral principles we are living today. It is not what we say or profess, but what we actualize in our daily lives and as a collective society that matters. Only our actions can realistically convey the deeper values in the American psyche.    Therefore we need to ask ourselves more difficult questions to discover the real moral poverty that defines us as a civilization. Where were the large demonstrations against the trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street and foreign banks when barely a penny for the average citizen was spent? Where were the demonstrations against home foreclosures and the loss of small family farms?  Debt drenched student aid? Exploitive payday loans and exorbitant credit card fees. There were no protests against Obama's broken promises on universal healthcare. The single-minded attention on the pandemic has cancelled out 2.5 million homeless American children and 46 million adults and children who go daily. Where was a collective voice condemning the hundreds of billion tax dollars to increase the power of the military and intelligence complexes as American cities further collapsed into ghettos? Where were the marches against corporations off-shoring jobs. Why no vocal outrage against Obama's invasions of Libya and Syria, or the US ongoing support of rogue dictatorships, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE, for crimes against humanity in Yemen. Where are the protests against corporations exploiting slave labor in poor countries such as Bangladesh and Indonesia.  There were no noteworthy protests for any of these issues. And yet these are true existential threats to our very democracy. Bertrand Russell wrote, “one should care about the world they do not see.” Should we not therefore be planning ahead for the future of our children, grandchildren and ourselves instead of being incapacitated by fear.   The national popular disinterest in these and other crises forebodes something on the horizon that does not bode well for most Americans. It is a simple principle to understand; yet so subtle it will likely go unnoticed until everyone is individually and collectively affected. It is the utter lack of balance within the nation's body politick, and across the media that spoon feeds us virtual images of a faux theatrical play, the illusory icons on our minds' monitor screens, that shape our perceptions of reality. This is how control is exerted over our thoughts, speech and actions. In fact, it is only after people exercise their thoughts independently, with the certain belief that they have actual self-control over their lives, that they arrive at the realization that their perceptions may be largely distorted.   Throughout America's history there has been a system of three federal branches to assure there is a platform for checks and balances as well as a structure to contain the tensions between them. That system now is being rapidly challenged and eroded. Now the middle of the road Democrats officially control the White House and both legislative bodies. We will see what awaits us.   There is also what is commonly referred to as the “fourth estate,” the powers of the press and news media that control the framing of the political narrative and partisan issues. In the past, the media was expected to hold the government accountable by exposing its conflicts of interest that endanger the public, its misdemeanors, and systemic corruption. This too is in decay as the media has been fully captured by corporate interests and now aligns itself politically and ideologically with the new political elite determined to reshape democracy and launch a new reset that will dramatically infringe on individual rights and liberties.   Finally, there is the growing influence of a fourth branch of government, the corpocracy and its private interests. We might also include the US intelligence community that increasingly operates independently from executive and legislative oversight.   Together we can witness this loose cabal of seemingly independent entities, working simultaneously in consortium and in opposition to each other, propelling us towards a future tsunami of greater polarization and immense social disruption.   Earlier generations were not threatened by the telecommunication and technological giants, such as Google, Facebook and Amazon. Clinton's Communications Decency Act of 1996, despite its well-meaning intentions to protect free speech, was otherwise destructively naïve. At that time it was sensible; however, that was before the advent of the social media that now dominates our lives and shapes political discourse. Silicon Valley has become a force far more powerful than the lobbyists on K Street to ensure that corporate Democrats are raised to a position of absolute power. Yet the problem would be equally threatening if it were the corporate and radicalized GOP in power.   The centrist Democratic left, lulled in a passivity that “it can't happen here,” is every bit as dangerous and delusional as the Republican far-right's paranoia over conspiracies squatting behind every nook and cranny. A moderate centrist right no longer exists as it has now exited reality like a herd of lemmings to follow Trump phenomena over a phantasmagoric cliff.   The more important question to contemplate is how this will impact yourself and average citizens. What happens elsewhere around the world can no longer be viewed in isolation. Globalization is perhaps the most holistic phenomena within the matrix of financial capital movements and post-modern social restructuring. China has the means to socially control most of its population, especially in urban areas. On the other hand, China would be unable to succeed in this endeavor without the direct assistance, trade and technological development of Silicon Valley and the private innovators of intelligence and surveillance applied science. China has already launched social scoring, a nefarious means to reward and penalize public activity. If a person protests the lack of personal freedom, democratic values and free speech, his or her social score decreases. And through digital networks, authorities can monitor and identify every Chinese citizen's movements. All of this technology is ready for launch in the US and other developed nations. However, rather than social scoring, it is block chain, the digital database that gathers any information it is programmed for. Block chain has already been employed for almost a decade.    At this moment the federal government and individual states are blindly over-reacting to Covid's health threats, the climate and environment, and the collapse of social cohesion. These threats are eliciting government mandates, such as vaccination. A Biden federal vaccine mandate would overrule individual state laws. The fact that this is being publicly stated should quell many conspiratorial theories. It is part of a more comprehensive and long-term agenda for expanding government social control under the pretense and propaganda of keeping Americans safe under the banner of national security.   New laws are under construction that would redefine hate speech. Censorship of free speech for criticizing official narratives and policies to tackle the pandemic are being enforced. Any criticism towards the failures of the Covid-19 vaccines is redefined as threats to public health. People raising such critiques may eventually find their names on domestic terrorist lists. This scenario is not beyond the imagination. Wikileaks revealed that environmental, animal protection, and human rights groups have been labeled as domestic terrorist organizations. Guilt by association laws, for example buried in Obama's National Defense Authorization Act, are in place. Expanding a law's scope is far easier than erasing it from the books. Consequently, it is not unlikely that these laws may eventually widen to include charges of subversion based solely on the emails you read, the videos you watch or the broadcasts you listen to. This would inevitably lead to the death toll for any residue of integrity in journalism. Silicon Valley's collusion with the government has canceled the voices of some of our best investigative journalists, such as Chris Hedges, Sharyl Attkinsson, Glenn Greenwald, Max Blumenthal and Craig Murray. These are only a few of many examples. The new unstated law is that original investigation must support the official narrative, otherwise it will be prohibited from accessible public view.    We may recall that under the second Bush administration, the justice department created “free speech zones,” fenced off or confined areas where demonstrators were only permitted to exercise their Constitutional rights of free protest and expression. Today we are only several small amendments away before the right to assemble being banned altogether.   Faced with growing condemnation by many nations, the US' hegemony on the world geopolitical arena has waned considerably. Biden's administration and its return to neocon foreign against Russia and China and neoliberal market policies will likely make every effort to regain the dominance it lost during the past four years. What has vanished in the US' former full spectrum dominance over the geopolitical landscape is now being inverted to strengthen federal hegemonic reign over the American population.   Finally, we need to awaken to modern technologies' remarkable sophistication and its certain threats to the health of our societies, and even to our definition of being human. Sadly, this is an industry each of us has been complicit in advancing. Coining a term by one of the planet's most important and forgotten 20th century prophetic voices, the Trappist monk Father Thomas Merton, we are facing a great Unspeakable, a spiritual crisis contributing to the existential vacuity of modern American culture. Few are aware that in his 1964 collection of meditations, Seeds of Destruction, Merton predicted that the civil rights movement would confront a catastrophic impasse and may find itself without leadership. Four years later, Martin Luther King Jr, who Merton had a deep correspondence with, was assassinated. Merton would die suddenly later that same year under very mysterious circumstances in Thailand.   Another way to describe the Unspeakable is criminal Sovereignty, with a capital S, to convey its almost numinous qualities. If alive today, Merton would look upon both the extreme right and left as mere expressions of the meaninglessness of American life manifesting as a turbulent ocean of afflictive emotions and thoughts. Instead of technology serving the needs of humanity, Americans are being increasingly conditioned to willingly bow as slaves to technology. The public, Somerset Maugham warned, “are easily disillusioned then they are angry or it was the illusion they loved.” The Unspeakable's unspoken mantra is: technology must progress regardless of how many people fall destitute, jobless, debt ridden and physically ill with only suicide as a recourse to escape. “American democracy today,” Merton observed over 55 years ago, “is just cheap pressed wood fiber, cardboard and spray paint.” Consequently, the elite sitting in the global control tower view the Great Reset's technological regime as preferable to democracy's kabuki theater. Advanced surveillance, artificial intelligence, intelligent robotics, transhumanism, a 5G internet of everything, genetic engineering, and weather modification should be our guiding avatars. The solutions, he would argue, can no longer be found in civil discourse or the rights of human beings gathering in assembly. For the ruling elite, the masses are blind sheep wandering in search of a shepherd. This is what author Ronald Wright called the “progress trap” – progress' unending efforts to feed technology's hunger to devour natural and human capital, interest free. And the mainstream press and news media, in its' malady of cognitive dissonance, serves as its unreflective cheerleader for our march towards civilizational collapse.    Merton was keenly aware of technology's dangers to social stability. In a 1967 letter he took aim at the “universal myth that technology infallibly makes everything in every way better for everybody. It does not.” However, Merton was by no means a Luddite. “Technology could indeed make a better world for millions of human beings,” he wrote. Yet there remained the nightmare of technology transforming the world into a “more collectivist, cybernated mass culture.” Decades before the first desktop, Merton foresaw a complete fragmentation of the nation's moral and spiritual fabric when people will begin basing all of their political and ethical decisions on computers. Prophetically he wrote to a friend, “just wait until they start philosophizing with computers!” That was 1967. He even foresaw technology becoming a means to elevate the slaves of technology's false self, to satisfy narcissistic appetites for admiration and status. In other words, the woke social media.   “The greatest need of our time,” Merton wrote in his Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander, “is to clean out the enormous mass of mental and emotional rubbish that clutters our minds and makes all political and social life a mass illness. Without this housecleaning we cannot begin to see. Unless we see we cannot think. The purification must begin with the mass media.”   For this reason we urgently need to penetrate the illusions of propaganda and popular falsehoods, across the entire political spectrum as well the self-appointed pontificating Pharisees who are ushering a new socio-economic era where endless technological innovation has precedence over human lives. Despite its newness, it has also been clearly predictable. No doubt, if Orwell were penning his great novel today, the emergence of this new American era we are witnessing would not be fiction.

Onyx Pathcast
Episode 190: Special Onyx Path 10th Year Anniversary Episode with Rich Thomas and a Naked Guest!

Onyx Pathcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 65:43


In which Eddy, Dixie, and Matthew invite Rich to the episode to celebrate ten years of Onyx Path, reminisce about old victories, and grow anticipation for upcoming triumphs! • Recapping the Killer Bees • Why Queen Elizabeth II has two birthdays • Is the Queen actually dead? • A naked interruption! • Why and how did Onyx Path start? (the truncated version) • The clash of licensed properties (WoD, CofD, Exalted, etc.) and owned properties (Scion, Trinity, They Came From, etc.) • Changes we've made to books at Paradox's behest • Pugmire: our first original IP! • Expanding the Trinity Continuum • The lockdown toll and how well (or poorly) we've coped • They Came From's expanding possibilities • Working with the MST3K team! • Massive sales coming up this year - this month Dystopia Rising: Evolution will be reduced to 10% of its cost! • Onyx Path Virtual Gaming Convention coming June 2022 • Plans for the Pathcast • Innovative rules systems we create for our games • Dixie's, Eddy's, and Matthew's highlights of the last ten years • Calling all media creators! Links: Pugmire: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/204313/Pugmire-Core-Rulebook?affiliate_id=182989 Trinity Continuum: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/260788/Trinity-Continuum-Core-Rulebook?affiliate_id=182989 They Came from Beyond the Grave!: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/371808/They-Came-From-Beyond-the-Grave?affiliate_id=182989 Dystopia Rising: Evolution: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/283402/Dystopia-Rising-Evolution?affiliate_id=182989 Onyx Path Media Content Creator Form:  https://forms.gle/aqTBztswhRQLMADd9 Onyx Path YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheOnyxPath Onyx Path Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theonyxpath Onyx Path Discord: https://discord.gg/5uckcBk

The Bay
San José Considers Expanding the Vote to Noncitizens

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 17:56


On Tuesday, the San José City Council voted to study the possibility of giving noncitizens the right to vote in local elections. Community organizers in the city, where 40% of residents are foreign-born, have talked about the idea for years. They argue it's time to enfranchise the city's immigrants, regardless of their citizenship status.  If successful, San Jose would join New York as one of the biggest cities to do this nationwide. Guest: Carlos Cabrera-Lomelí, community engagement reporter for KQED This episode was produced by Christopher Beale and Alan Montecillo, and hosted by Ericka Cruz Guevarra.

Sandy Rios in the Morning
George Rasley Discusses The Red Wave, Ron Armstrong Talks About MI and Need For Good Candidates, and Terry Dittrich Discusses WISRED and Expanding Out

Sandy Rios in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 46:22


ShandeeLand
Expanding Awareness to all Forms of Healing with Sonia Hunt

ShandeeLand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 29:40


Sonia Hunt is a food allergy activist, TEDx speaker, and best-selling author. She joins Shandee to share her food allergy journey. She tells her story of taking risks with her food allergies that led to her rock-bottom experience. She dedicated herself to "changing everything," advocating for herself, and drove herself to change her mindset. This journey led her to create Three to Be, a holistic health and well-being program. She also wrote her first book, "NUT JOB: How I Crushed My Food Allergies To Thrive," a prescriptive memoir detailing her journey to becoming food allergy-free. Her goal is to share information about other forms of healing and the benefits and details on how they work in this week's episode.

Mid-Riff
049 / Ellis Hahn (LEH Guitars) on No Problem Basses and Spaces

Mid-Riff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 70:11


Preventative mansplaining, empathy-building, and the science of 5 string basses are all part of Hilary's conversation with Ellis Hahn, founder and luthier at LEH Guitars. Plus, the “right” time for change. Huge thanks to this episode's sponsors! http://earthquakerdevices.com (EarthQuaker Devices)- extra special effects pedals made by hand in Akron, OH! http://stompboxsonic.com (Stompbox Sonic)- personalized pedal curation and sales in Somerville, MA! http://holcombguitars.com (Holcomb Guitars)- custom guitars and mobile guitar repair in RI/MA! ELLIS's BIO Ellis Hahn, founder of LEH guitars, spends their days designing and building kickass electric basses for kickass musicians.  Ellis's approach is simple: “I design instruments that are personally exciting to me, that I think are awesome. I design instruments that sit well and feel good in your hands—instruments that I wish existed. My focus is on comfort and playability while creating something that is at once visually familiar and uniquely different.”  Ellis's career officially began in 2002 with an apprenticeship in Chicago learning guitar repair. Ellis realized that they were more interested in designing and building instruments than repair work. In 2005, Ellis moved to NYC to work for, arguably, the best guitar shop in the city: Sadowsky Guitars. They spent thousands of hours working in all levels of the production process— fretwork, body sanding, final assembly— ultimately taking on shop manager duties in 2013. “That gave some time and experience to find out what works and why, talk to players about their needs, and then after hours: prototype a lot of different designs to see what works.”   As of this summer, LEH has a new shop space in Portland, Oregon. The move out west has opened a new chapter of creativity and prototyping for Ellis. Expanding on the success of LEH's current offset models — new ones are in the design stage. “We're always changing, we're always evolving and improving. Life is an ever shifting tone quest and I'm as much on that journey as my customers are.”  ELLIS's MENTIONS EarthQuaker Devices / Ableton / Genzler / Marshall / ProCo / Sadowsky Guitars / https://www.amazon.com/Make-Your-Own-Electric-Guitar/dp/0953104907 (How to Make Your Own Electric Guitar by Melvyn Hiscock) ELLIS's LINKS http://lehguitars.com (Website) http://instagram.com/lehguitars (Instagram) MID-RIFF LINKS http://hilarybjones.com/midriffpodcast (Website) http://instagram.com/midriffpodcast (Instagram) http://facebook.com/midriffpodcast (Facebook) https://hilarybjones.us20.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=43bb95b305fb0c7d53fbc8d3a&id=146b44f072 (Newsletter) https://www.hilarybjones.com/blog (Blog)  Thanks for rating/reviewing on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mid-riff/id1494997227 (Apple Podcasts)! Support Mid-Riff by shopping on https://reverb.grsm.io/midriff (Reverb)! Theme Music: "Hedonism" by https://towanda.bandcamp.com/ (Towanda) Artwork by https://www.juliagualtieri.com/ (Julia Gualtieri)

Her Money Matters
How To Empower Your Finances By Expanding Your Money Capacity | HDM 291

Her Money Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 33:20


Your money history, upbringing, and how you perceive money are a big thing standing in the way of achieving your financial goals. However, by expanding your money capacity, you will learn how to handle and embrace each level that comes up in  your life.  Plus, this is happening all while impacting your growth  in ways you didn't think were possible.  In this episode, Lisa Fabrega, a leadership coach who helps ambitious people expand their capacity to handle more growth, wealth & success, shares with us what changed the perception she had around money and how it helped her to get out of debt. She also shares what is capacity shift and one useful tip to increase your money capacity. What you'll hear about in today's episode: Lisa's 100k debt and how a conversation changed her perception about money What capacity shift is and why it matters One tip to increase your money capacity For a quick recap of this episode go to http://www.jenhemphill.com/291   Want to get social? Let's connect more on Instagram  @jenhemphil   Grab your copy of My Daily Money Ritual and increase your money confidence here: https://jenhemphill.com/dinero   For all of those financially strong women who want to keep learning and taking control of their finances. Financially Strong Circle, enrollment now open! To know more about this membership go to: http://www.jenhemphill.com/membership   The post, How To Empower Your Finances By Expanding Your Money Capacity | HDM 291 appeared first on the Her Dinero Matters Podcast.

The WDW News Today Podcast - Standard
Mears Connect Already Raising Prices, Woody's Lunch Box Expanding

The WDW News Today Podcast - Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 16:11


Join Tom Corless for a news recap focused on Disney parks and resorts around the world. All this and more Disney Parks information and fun await you this week on the WDW News Today Podcast. To see the video of this episode, go to: https://youtu.be/snQFWD7n2g8

Authentic Conversations with Andy Mason
127 Case Study: Hearing God... Expanding to the East Coast

Authentic Conversations with Andy Mason

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 23:53


After more than ten years being based in Redding, CA, Heaven in Business is expanding to the East Coast of USA. This will involve my family moving to Pennsylvania in June, 2022, adding proximity to New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC.... and direct flights to most of the United States! In this podcast I unpack this (surprise) direction for us, how we heard from God, how we translated this to practical action and are navigating the stakeholders in the process.  This is a strategic move in line with much prayer and prophetic input that has become clear over the last 12 months. Heaven in Business remains in strong relationship with Bethel Church leadership as we continue to advance the vision that Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton have stewarded for over three decades. Part of the Heaven in Business team (Michelle Raftery) will remain in Redding and we have ongoing events planned in Redding, both in 2022 and beyond.  Overall, Heaven in Business will continue to connect, train and activate people to partner with God at work and engage in the wellbeing of cities. The existing conferences, retreats and membership community will continue while we also seek to further refine how to disciple people who are discipling cities. We are also enjoying a growing collaboration between multiple faith and work movements including Business Empowered, At Work on Purpose, Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur, Nehemiah Project, Transformational Leadership, Marketplace Chaplains and more.... preparing for the great awakening that we see ALREADY happening in the marketplace. We will share more over the coming months. The key thing for you to know is that in the near future there will be a Heaven in Business event or partner closer to YOU! If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to contact us. We have highlighted some expected questions below. Peace to your house, Andy Mason, Michelle Raftery and the Heaven in Business team  FAQ: What events are already planned for 2022 and where will these be located? - See Heaveninbusiness.com/open-events - There are also events yet to be posted for Birmingham (Mar 18th), Colorado (Apr 8-9), Pennsylvania (Sep 15-17) and more... Who will be leading the Redding Heaven in Business community and city initiatives? - There have been a number of initiatives led by different people and we will be highlighting those over the coming months, starting with a local gathering Thursday January 20th 7-8:30pm at The Salthouse, 1823 Pine St, Redding How can we participate in this transition as Andy & Janine move east? - We will share more in the coming months. Our prayer is to be able to take a month following the move, to rest and to hear God more specifically about His strategy going forward. If you want to financially support this process you can donate to Heaven in business or simply let us know and we can direct you accordingly. Can we invite the team to do an event in our city? - Absolutely. 2022 is already mostly full and we will be looking into strategic locations for 2023.  Will the Heaven in Business membership be changing? - We plan on adding more guided courses and partnership resources eg. Andy's Hey God What Now course and Ford Taylor's Transformational Leadership.  What does a city partnership look like and how can I start one? - Great question! We will address this separately.  

The Dallas Morning News
SportsDay Insider: Dak's playoff QB ranking, expanding the CFP and are the Rangers Jung at heart?

The Dallas Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 51:10


SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, Evan Grant and David Moore look at the [5:45] Cowboys' playoff matchup with the 49ers this week and discuss what could keep them from advancing. David agrees with the consensus that Dak Prescott is the fourth-best QB on the NFC side of the bracket, but he asserts that the playoffs are where reputations are made, and Dak can help his cause as well as the Cowboys'. [26:33] Evan rejoices in his beloved Georgia's win over Alabama.

One Simple Shift
172 I Expanding your capacity for things to be really freaking good in life and business with Amanda Joyce Weber

One Simple Shift

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 44:20


It's the episode you've been waiting for! I'm giving you tons of juicy details from my month of travel to Thailand and the Maldives with my hubby. Plus, I'm filling you in on what this looked like for my business (it isn't what you think!), what I think made this possible, and how you can use this as evidence that you can create more of what YOU want in life and business. I do a deep dive on upper limits, what that even is, and how to expand your own capacity for things to be really freaking good in life and business. This episode is going to help you lean into the belief that the better it gets, the better it gets—and help you to shift your mindset around the amount of abundance, success, and love that is available to you always. Check out the show notes here: https://amandajoyceweber.com/one-simple-shift-all-episodes/172-amanda-joyce-weber Learn more about Future You Coaching here: https://amandajoyceweber.com/future-you Book your free 30-minute Clarity Call here: https://amandajoyceweber.com/claritycall

Life Changes YOU
Episode 142: Expanding your mind with Travel

Life Changes YOU

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 35:05


Gareth is on to talk about the benefits of travel and how learning from different cultures helps us to expand our minds. This is a fun chat and really easy to listen too

America's Heroes Group
Ep. 228 - HR Bill 914 and S. 3017 expanding Dental Care for Veterans

America's Heroes Group

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 25:55


AHG Roundtable with Partner Veteran Legislative VoicePartner:Stephanie Kalota, US Army Reserve Sergeant First Class Veteran and Founder/Creator of Veteran Legislative Voice 

Landon & Heather Schott Podcast
Expanding Territory Pt. 2 Holy Territory

Landon & Heather Schott Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 59:50


We expand territory by going to the place Jesus is!  

One Step Beyond: The Cadence Leadership Podcast
Feedback Makes You Your Best – Christine Ross [Proof Experiences], Ep. 76

One Step Beyond: The Cadence Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 58:40


In this episode, we talk about:-The different disciplines of marketing-Leadership fluff-Asking for feedback at the right time-Seeing your clients as human-Expanding your network in times of chaos-And much more! Connect [...]Read More...

The Flip Empire Show
EP586: Marketing In 2022: What's Working And What's Not?

The Flip Empire Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 31:52


We are now on part 2 of the marketing series with Josh Miller where we dive into becoming more innovative and coming up with new techniques to become better and smarter real estate marketers. Tune in now to learn more on how to get quality data as well.   KEY TAKEAWAYS 2 important things to focus on inbound marketing in 2022 The importance of creating ads that get shared  Starting to niche your list and identifying the highest distressed factors in the market Expanding your marketing reach Things to consider to avoid spamming RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED EP585: How To Make More Money Doing Something You Enjoy Bigger Pockets Swiped File by Dan Kenney ABOUT JOSH MILLER Josh Miller, Founder, and CEO left his secure engineering position to pursue full-time real estate investing, so he could spend more time with his family. His experience taught him this most important lesson: marketing is crucial. He soon realized that even the real estate “educators” were doing it wrong. Josh founded GoForClose in May 2019, leveraging his real estate experience to help others achieve the same level of success. CONNECT WITH JOSH Website: Go For Close   TWEETABLE “KPI is not about how many views it gets, but how many shares it gets. “ - Josh  Miller   ASCEND Don't Wait To Enjoy Your Life, Tomorrow, Live It Today! How To Grow Your Business, Expand Your Impact, and Experience Your Perfect Life:

Zon Con Podcast
ZC 92 - Marketing After Rebates with Michelle: Building a List

Zon Con Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 33:41


We continue with our part 2 of Marketing After Rebates with Michelle. Now we talk about building a list and the easiest way to expand your reach on social platforms. The queen of ManyChat, Michelle is an expert in building a list for email, Instagram, Facebook and other social networking platforms. Get your pen and paper ready so don't miss out value bombs dropping everywhere in this episode. Join our 5-Day Workshop to discover the exact steps for scaling the most profit and growth loaded areas of your Amazon business in 2022. Here's what you'll discover on each of the 5 days: ✔️ Day 1: Plan for specific and measurable success like the elite Sellers are doing right now ✔️ Day 2: How to increase profits on existing products ✔️ Day 3: Expanding your product range so you dominate your niche with ease ✔️ Day 4: Action conversion Masterclass so you know exactly how to implement everything you've learned so far ✔️ Day 5: The EXACT actions you need to take to leverage and scale your business to the next level so you can begin to plan the sale of your business for millions of dollars RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW! CLICK HERE Subscribe to our weekly podcast newsletter! Get free tips and tricks as well as updates on new episodes that we publish. https://zonconpodcast.com/signup Check out our resources page to learn more about our favorite tools. www.zonconpodacst.com/resources Helium10 is our favorite tool for Amazon sellers. Use ZonCon10 for 10% off for life!! https://crushtrk.com/?a=1204&c=188&p=r&s1=

Beyond the Illusion
S5 Ep. 8: Expanding Reality with Brandon Thomas

Beyond the Illusion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 63:05


What is reality? How often do you put your reality to the test? This week we have a really fun conversation with Brandon Thomas, creator and host of the Expanding Reality Podcast. Brandon is a deep thinker and true consciousness explorer. He loves pushing the boundaries of what's possible and just remaining open, without limiting himself to one way of seeing things. Some of the topics we explore: * What is the Mandela effect?
 * Are there multiple timelines, and is it possible we've slipped timelines without realizing it?
 * What is quantum immortality?
 * Brandon describes his very cool manifestation experiences with the “Shower Portal.”
 * Is this world a simulation? How would it change your experience if you saw the world in this way?
 * What happened that time Brandon did 14 grams of mushrooms?
 * Although it can seem frightening to some, being willing to entertain all possibilities about reality without being invested in a particular model is actually empowering.
 * Does consensus reality truly exist?
 * During these destabilizing times, remember, “Whenever you deconstruct, you reconstruct.”
 * Brandon shares the story of his first ayahuasca experience.
 * Quoting Gordon White: “Response to the crisis is part of the crisis.”
 * “Your attention is your currency, and that's all you've got.” If you don't like the way things are looking or the negative possibilities, just don't contribute energy into the system.
 Brandon Thomas is the creator and host of the podcast, Expanding Reality - a show infatuated with remarkable observations, possibilities and potentialities. Gaining new insight and perspective on the nature of reality in an ever expanding universe one conversation at a time. Some of the topics covered include Philosophy, Spirituality, UFO's, Self Help, Life Coaching, Manifestation, Alternate Perceptions, Conspiracies, The possibility of life elsewhere, Music, Movies, Science, Technology, Astrology, Astronomy, Psychology, Psychedelics, and endless other Mysterious and powerful forces and concepts. Some notable guests include, Best selling Author of the "Conversation with God" series Neale Donald Walsch, The Phenomenon Director James Fox, Tianna Roser, Actress and Author Brianne Davis, Psychiatrist Mel Swartz Author of "The Possibility Principle", NASA Aerospace Engineer Curt Carlton, Macroaggressions host Charlie Robinson, Writer, Director and Actor Mark Gantt, Professor and Author Dr Michael P. Masters, Holistic Practitioner Tom Barnett, Dr Ervin Laszlo, David Weiss, and many more. Check out the latest episodes at ExpandingRealityPodcast.com. If you're enjoying listening to Beyond the Illusion Podcast, please leave a rating on Apple or Google Podcasts. This helps other people to find us.

Rich Zeoli
Expanding The Surviellance State

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 11:19


Yesterday, the left was pushing forth their political agendas. Using January 6th to push for the elimination of voter ID laws, the filibuster, and federalizing the election process in the country. In addition, the ability to expand the surveillance state against people that disagree with them; mainly MAGA supporters. 

SharkPreneur
764: Expandi.Io – Expanding Your LinkedIn Results, with Stefan Smulders

SharkPreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 15:19


Expandi.Io – Expanding Your LinkedIn Results Stefan Smulders, Expandi.Io   – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 764 Stefan Smulders Stefan Smulders is a SaaS entrepreneur and a founder of the world's safest software for LinkedIn automation. He's enjoying his family life in the Netherlands being a proud father of a lovely 4-year-old son Steef.   Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Stefan Smulders about expanding your LinkedIn results. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How you can use Expandi.Io to automate a lot of repeated tasks on LinkedIn. - Why you want to hyper-target your audiences easily and how Expandi.Io can help. - How you can use LinkedIn to engage people before reaching out to them directly. - How LinkedIn can be a goldmine to find prospects and leads for your business. - How Expandi.Io stays up to date with all the changes LinkedIn makes.   Connect with Stefan Smulders: Guest Contact Info Twitter @SmuldersStefan @Expandi_Io Instagram @expandi.io Facebook facebook.com/groups/linkedin.outreach.family Links Mentioned: expandi.io https://drive.google.com/file/d/11LQjPvy_KcYZ7ic2nGz7g_likeiNoqct/view   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Legit Bat Podcast
4.24 Expanding Your Reality with Brandon Thomas

Legit Bat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 77:44


Tonight Brandon from Expanding Reality joins us for a chat about....well basically how to not be a dick! Which is fair. Check him out wherever you get podcasts and at expandingrealitypodcast.com for all of his work. Thanks for listening! Bonus content: http://www.Patreon.com/legitbatpodcasts Rokfin: http://www.Rokfin.com/legitbat YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCFJTtLR8NxqaKlOc4G1Afng Telegram chat: https://t.me/+ggjBGPYh5RhhMjEx Merch: http://www.Legitbat.com IG: http://www.instagram.com/legitbatpodcasts Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/legitbatpods

BDO in the Boardroom
2022 Compensation Committee Planning Points

BDO in the Boardroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 25:57


Join BDO's Center for Corporate Governance Amy Rojik as she sits down with Jason Brooks, a Managing Director and BDO's Compensation Consulting Practice Leader, to highlight key planning considerations for compensation committee directors as we rapidly approach the end of 2021 and enter 2022.Key Takeaways:Compensation committees are encouraged to take a current inventory of company needs in relation to their unique risk and opportunity factors as well as in relation to their competitors. There are further challenges to take charge of the company's narrative in its public disclosure considerations. Historic focus on executives is no longer enough. Market expectations for disclosures concerning human capital management and related ESG factors has expanded to consider employee needs more broadly. Compensation committees should be thinking about such and incorporating into the overall company's retention and attraction strategies of their workforce. Expanding responsibilities of the compensation committee should be clearly documented and reflected within its committee charter.Directors need to be mindful of ISS Updated Compensation Policies that indicate the “surprise” element of the COVID pandemic is no longer applicable. Accordingly, ISS will view, “as in pre-pandemic years, any mid-year changes to metrics, performance targets and/or measurement periods, or programs that heavily emphasize discretionary or subjective criteria will generally be viewed negatively. This will be of particular focus for companies that exhibit a quantitative pay-for-performance misalignment.”Executive and board compensation strategies may need updating for 2022 given continued economic impacts and should be accompanied by robust transparency and disclosure:As compensation committees consider introducing “discretionary” components into their compensation plans to counter uncertainty, they need to be mindful that these may not be seen favorably by shareholders and proxy advisors and will require enhanced disclosures supporting the use of such tactics. Changing performance ranges – e.g., lowering minimums/raising maximums to flatten leverage curves – may prevent small changes in performance from having significant changes in payouts, but again, would require enhanced disclosure.Rethink goal setting expectations of shareholders as their basis for comparing to increased revenues/earnings may not be appropriate for the company's circumstances – e.g. holding steady or evening slight declines may be necessary.Access: The BDO 600 2021 Compensation StudiesBDO 2021 Board Compensation Trends Archived Webinar

Think and Be Fit: Fitness Redesigned
92. Expand Your Comfort Zone

Think and Be Fit: Fitness Redesigned

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 8:08


How to Easily Expand Your Comfort Zone What if I told you I'd give you $1,000 to make an important public speech? Would you take the offer? Like most of us, you probably recoiled immediately at the idea, even though it could be lucrative for you! Why didn't this idea appeal to you? When the very thought of certain activities evokes fear or anxiety within you, it's because they're outside your comfort zone. Public speaking, for example, is outside most people's comfort zone. Your comfort zone is the sphere of activities that you feel comfortable with and that you can accomplish without negative emotions. It also includes people, places, and things that cause only positive thoughts within you. How Important is Your Comfort Zone? Your comfort zone can limit your capabilities and cause you to forsake your dreams and goals, or it can spur you on to great things. In fact, your comfort zone can determine both your personality and your potential for success. Many successful people achieve their goals because they have the ability to expand their comfort zone in order to get what they want. If you wish to expand your comfort zone, you can mentally condition yourself to be comfortable in new situations so you can overcome your anxiety, achieve your goals, and fulfill your dreams. Here are some tips you can use to expand your comfort zone and help fight your anxiety about certain situations: Understand your mindset. Mental conditioning plays a large role in developing your comfort zone. This means that how we form our comfort zones begins in our own mind. Each of us already has preconceived notions of what may be comfortable and what may not be, and we designate mental guidelines to keep us within our comfort zone. You have chosen your own comfort zone boundaries! Knowing your boundaries is the first step to being able to expand them. Disobey some of your self-imposed rules. If you want to expand your comfort zone, you must let yourself loose from the guidelines you impose on yourself. Breaking some of these rules will allow you to seek new experiences that can bring you greater success! Consider the true risk of a situation. It's important to know what the true risks are, as opposed to what you feel (or fear) may occur. Knowing the difference can enable you to overcome your limitations. Challenge yourself to step outside your comfort level. Many times, we are our own worst enemy when it comes to boundaries and limitations. There are times when you'll have to push yourself to get where you want to be. In these instances, you must meet the challenge to leave your comfort zone. When stepping outside your comfort zone brings you success, you'll find that the benefits are well worth the effort! Whenever you try something for the first time, you're bound to be a little uncomfortable. We're all conditioned to fight change and stay in our comfort zones. You may have to remind yourself that only you can push yourself to step outside the box. Be patient, be aware of your self-imposed limitations, and try things in small steps at a time. This way your comfort zone will expand at a gradual, comfortable pace, and your fears and anxieties will subside as you gain positive experiences. Keep your dreams in sight! Expanding your comfort zone may be all it takes to achieve your goals and live the life you dream of. Dane Boyle | Life Strategist --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dane-boyle/support

Empowered Publicity
How Getting Back to Basics can be the Bedrock for Expanding Your Message Exponentially

Empowered Publicity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 37:14


Stephanie Pitts is the owner of My Ed Therapist, an educational therapy group practice in Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes, and virtually, nationwide. She is also the co-host of Learn Smarter: the Educational Therapy Podcast. She works with students one-on-one to help parents get a full picture of what is going on with their children, reading [...] The post How Getting Back to Basics can be the Bedrock for Expanding Your Message Exponentially appeared first on Amanda Berlin -- Communication Strategy and Business Consulting.

The Terri Cole Show
368 Expanding Your Possibilities with Alex Banayan

The Terri Cole Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 40:26


I'm excited to share my interview with Alex Banayan, author of The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World's Most Successful People Launched Their Careers. After a decade of interviewing very successful people, he shares what he has learned about approaching success by thinking outside the box. Read the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/368

Leadership Junkies Podcast
172. Amy Lynn Durham | Creating Magic at Work: Elevating Your Leadership by Growing Your Spiritual Intelligence

Leadership Junkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 62:26


Do you feel like there's even more inside you and your leadership? Are you committed to working on yourself to enhance your leadership influence and impact? Are you ready to elevate your leadership and impact by growing your spiritual intelligence as a leader? Our special guest Amy Lynn Durham answers these and other questions about leadership, emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence and creating magic at work for your organization and team. Amy Lynn Durham is the CEO of an organization called Create Magic at Work. She's a UC Berkeley Certified Executive Coach. She's also certified to coach in 21 skills associated with Spiritual Intelligence (SQ). Amy has spent years in the corporate world managing hundreds of employees for all different types of companies. She created create magic at work with the intention to offer Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) and EQ tools to energize and transform the workplace. Amy not only believes in creating positive company cultures, but this is what she does in her passion and her work. Amy believes in leading differently, building cultures differently and creating magic at work. The Leadership Junkies Podcast is brought to you by Cardivera.com. Show Notes Episode highlights… Two key leadership questions: How do you want to leave your team feeling? Are you leaving your team in a better place than when you found them? Understanding emotional intelligence (EQ) and spiritual intelligence (SQ) Critical impacts from leading with emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence The intelligences pyramid from the bottom up: Physical Intelligence (PQ); Cognitive Intelligence (IQ); Emotional Intelligence (EQ); Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) Strategies for practicing emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence One key spiritual intelligence skill is making wise and compassionate decisions Exploring your breadth of time perception The role of radical self-forgiveness in leadership Understanding that spiritual intelligence is across a spectrum of skills (not just a single skill) What it means to lead from your higher self and why it matters Leadership work is the deep inside personal work Importance of creating a safe place for vulnerable conversations at work Exploring the scales of motivation and energy The Great Resignation and the call for spiritual intelligence in leadership Overcoming the challenges of all the roles required of middle managers and leaders Importance of vulnerable conversations at work to create magic at work Strategies for building spiritual intelligence skills in a virtual workplace Foundations of spiritual intelligence – human connection, compassion, emotions, empathy, vulnerability and curiosity Gifts of spiritual intelligence in leadership – innovation, productivity and profitability What it means to be a selectively data driven executive and why it holds you back One result of creating an environment that thrives with emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence is a workplace that creates less ego induced drama The important role of paradox (complexity of thought) in leading with spiritual intelligence (enhancing your polarity management skills) Expanding your leadership to quantum leadership where you think about the effects that your business has on humanity, communities and the planet Resources: Amy Lynn Durham Create Magic at Work Website The Spiritual Intelligence Experience Seven Spiritual Laws of Success Book by Deepak Chopra The Leadership Junkies Podcast Cardivera Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Capitol Pressroom
Gun industry fights state law expanding their legal liability

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 9:49


Jan. 5, 2021 - Rob Rosborough, author of New York Appeals, explains a legal challenge filed in December by the gun industry, which is hoping to block the implementation of a 2021 state law designed to make it easier for New Yorkers to sue gun manufacturers and distributers.

Action and Ambition
Expanding and scaling EdTech platform Knowledgehook to improve math learning outcomes for children around the world

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 43:26


In this episode we chat with Qamar Qureshi, president and chief business officer at Knowledgehook – the leading educational technology company. He shares his experience in partnering with global education publisher Pearson and growing the business during the pandemic launching in the UK, Australia, US and Latin America. All this in the back drop of the pandemic and a remote learning environment. Knowledgehook's Instructional Guidance System is known for reinventing how online technology supports education and educators while inspiring the problem solvers of tomorrow.

Quick Spin
2022 Mazda MX-30 Ev Review: Charging Into the Future

Quick Spin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 14:01


Electric vehicles aren't coming: they're here. Mazda's first dip into the EV pool is, as you'd expect, a compact crossover. While this might not be as interesting as an all-electric Mazda MX-5 Miata, the MX-30 packs a ton of interesting features and an electric powertrain. Eventually, the Mazda MX-30 will be joined by a gasoline-burning, rotary-range-extender equipped variant, but the currently available MX-30 moves exclusively by way of a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that feeds the electric motor that powers the front wheels. Mazda says this combination is good for 143 hp and 200 lb-ft of torque. The Mazda MX-30 also features reverse-opening rear doors, leatherette coverings on the seat and minimalist styling that's similar to the rest of the Mazda lineup. On this episode of Quick Spin, Wesley Wren hops behind the wheel of the Mazda MX-30 and puts it through its paces. Wren walks you around the Mazda MX-30 and shows off its interesting features before taking you along for a live drive review that highlights the vehicle's dynamics. Expanding on these thoughts, Wren chats with Mark Vaughn. The pair talk about this Mazda's range, its features and its position in the market. Closing the show, the two discuss what makes the Mazda MX-30 special.

Shan and RJ
HOUR2 - Headlines, Dean Blandino and expanding the College Football Playoff

Shan and RJ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 42:28


Hardwired For Growth
136. How Ryan Kugler Built and Runs Three 7-Figure Companies with Five People

Hardwired For Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 37:24


Starting and scaling a company is hard enough. Imagine having to do it with more than one.   It does seem to require a lot of effort but Ryan Kugler made this seemingly insurmountable feat achievable after growing his three companies to 7 figures.   What makes this stint more interesting is he only has five full-time employees to run the three businesses which are all in different industries   Learn how Ryan did it and what his biggest takeaways were by tuning in now!   We'll talk about: Introduction [0:00] Ryan's first company and his decision to start another one [02:32] The rationale behind Ryan's small team for his “layered” company [04:43] How Ryan got started in the marketing industry [9:19] Opportunities that Ryan is looking into for his fourth business [11:39] Lessons that Ryan earned as he was growing his three companies [12:34] How Ryan allots time among his businesses in the new corporate setup [15:38] Expanding your company through delegation [18:22] Ryan's tactic of hiring two people to do one job [23:07] Tips for starting entrepreneurs from Ryan [25:35] Are you the idea guy or the execution guy? [30:34] Ryan's advice for businesses being held back by their owners' capacity [32:11] Resource Links: Brett Trainor Website (https://bretttrainor.com/) Download Startup to Scaleup: A 4-Part Framework to Grow Your B2B Business to $10 Million (https://bretttrainor.com/resources/) Ideal Content Website (https://idealcontent.com/) Plan B Distribution Website (https://aplanb.com/) A5 Events Website (https://a5events.com/) Grab a copy of “How to Plan, Produce & Distribute Your Independent Film” (http://ryankuglercom.wpengine.com/book/) “Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork” by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy (https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork-ebook/dp/B0867ZJ151) About Our Guest: Ryan Kugler is a multi-business owner with over 25+ years of knowledge & experience in Film Distribution and in the Wholesale/Retail Trade. Ryan is the President of A5 Events, president of Ideal Content, Executive Director of Say No To Drugs Race (Charity Run/Walk), and a past co-owner of DVA, Inc. Ryan also co-authored “How to Plan, Produce & Distribute Your Independent Film.”   Connect with Ryan Kugler: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-kugler-8653265/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanjkugler Website: http://ryankuglercom.wpengine.com/ A5 Events: ryan@a5events.com Ideal Content: ryan@idealcontent.com Plan B Distribution: ryan@planbdist.com Connect with me and learn more about growing your business: Email: BT@BrettTrainor.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bretttrainor/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCySoKsETeKxu-Fnf2VfE7Gg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainorBrett Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brett_Trainor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bretttrainor/ If you liked this episode, please don't forget to tune in, subscribe, and share this podcast.

Posted Up with Chris Haynes
Nassir Little on his expanding role in Portland & why this season is more difficult than the bubble

Posted Up with Chris Haynes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 48:17


Portland Trail Blazers forward Nassir Little joins the latest episode of Posted Up with Chris Haynes to kick off 2022. The third-year player out of UNC chats with Chris about his ever-expanding role with the franchise and why the 2021-2022 season, with the massive amounts of players coming on and off rosters due to COVID, has been more detrimental to the quality of play than the 2020 postseason played in the bubble.Nassir also talks about facing adversity through college and the pros, the player he'd like to be compared to the most, his mortifying first time meeting teammate Damian Lillard & an embarrassing moment in a game while being guarded by James Harden in Houston.Stay up to date with the latest NBA news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNBA.Follow Chris @ChrisBHaynesCheck out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Y Religion
Episode 47: Expanding Understanding of Eve (Amy Easton-Flake and Mark Ellison)

Y Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 53:27


For centuries, some readers of Genesis have blamed Eve for the evils of the world because she ate the forbidden fruit in Eden. But Latter-day Saint scripture opens the way for different views, including seeing Eve's decision as visionary and courageous. Our interpretations of Eve have not always been this positive, however, and historical Christianity's interpretations haven't always been that negative. In this episode Dr.'s Amy Easton-Flake and Mark Ellison expand our understanding of Eve.