Learn strategies to create an optimal morning and evening routine for fat loss, metabolic health and productivity. Support your next workout with the new Electrolyte + Creatine Combo by MYOXCIENCE: https://bit.ly/electrolyte-stix Save with code podcast at checkout Link to books and resources: https://bit.ly/3yjnyXC Episode Time Stamps: 01:55 Get sun in your eyes within 20 minutes of waking to kickstart and entrain your circadian rhythm. 02:55 The ideal morning includes movement, grounding, and breathwork. You can change your state by altering the way that you breathe. Running is breathwork. 06:55 You can alter your blood pressure with 6 deep breaths. 08:10 Bowel movements help remove toxins, spent hormones, and other waste. Bowel movements are easier after breath work and movement. Your GI tract has a circadian rhythm. 14:52 Workout fasted or supplemented? Mike says – do what helps you have the best workout. Creating an oxygen debt and hypertrophy through exercise is more important than metabolic debt or stress. Women are more prone to overindulging in the post exercise window compared to men. 17:53 For fat burning, morning training would best have resistance training and some HIIT woven in. 20:20 Looking up into the early morning sun stimulates neurological tissue to induce an energizing feeling. Looking down suggest to your physiology that it is time to rest. 21:35 Scanning the horizon can support unwinding stress. Focused vision is more of an upregulation of your nervous system. 26:30 As with animals, we innately know how much sun to get, how much water to drink and more. How does it feel? 29:25 Space travel, out of gravity, causes rapid ageing. Bones lose density. You lose muscle mass. You gain fat. Astronaut's resistance training reduces the deleterious effects of zero gravity. 31:00 Integrate fitness into who you are. Allow nature in. We compartmentalize healthy practices. 32:50 Moving your muscles through the day, tells your muscles that you are active, helping with blood sugar regulation, fat oxidation, and help move the lymphatic system. 34:30 Having strong relationships trumps all health factors. 36:25 People who have suicidal ideations, have accelerated biologic age compared to those who do not. 38:03 Negative perspectives on ageing when you are young are linked to about 2x the risk of cardiovascular disease and more, when you are in your 60s. 41:00 If you believe that a food is good for you, it will be better for you. 42:40 Cold exposure is part of an ideal morning. As you age, the intensity and rhythmicity and amplitude of your circadian rhythm is muted. Your body is coldest in the morning, so cold exposure in the morning amplifies this. Even a few second of cold shower works. Temperature is an important external cue. 44:50 Eat earlier, not within 3 hours of going to bed. This helps prevent weight gain and helps ensure better sleep. 45:50 Watching the sun set helps your circadian rhythm. 46:28 Avoid light over 50 lux within the 90 minutes before bed. You can order a light meter or use an app on your phone. Seconds of exposure to brighter light can suppress the amount of melatonin you release in your brain. 48:03 Full spectrum rays of the sun penetrating the eyes can change the shape and structure of the eye. 50:30 Reduce your exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals. Avoid anything with a fragrance. Filter your water. Atrazine, used in agriculture, is linked to gender dysphoria, and feminizing of males. Chemical sources are water, chemicals, skin products, household products, and flame retardants. Open your windows. Dust your house regularly. 59:15 Cellphones close to lymphatic tissue in the breast or groin is linked with increased prevalence of cancer. 01:00:05 Light Before Bed: Wear blue light blocking glasses before bed. A walk after a meal stimulates digestion and mitigates the rise in glucose. Ensure that your bedroom is dark and cold. In the hour and minutes before bed, keep your lux to under 5. 01:02:20 Spending time on the ground in various postures, as your ancestors did, is a natural tuning mechanism for your body. The rough hard ground is a form of myofascial release. Get up and down. 01:09:30 Position on a toilet does not promote a healthy bowel movement. In a deep squat, the anal-rectal angle opens. 01:15:10 Get hot before bed. Do sauna or take a hot bath so you cool down before bed. 01:16:03 How you breathe during sleep influences the quality of your sleep. Mouth tape during sleep. Do it before bed to get used to it during sleep.
What do you do when you are about to receive information from someone or share information with someone? Like most people, you may take what you hear, run with it, and inadvertently create an endless cycle where the information goes through a game of telephone that does not end up the way it should. The good news spreads quickly but the bad news even faster! There is a simple framework, and questions, popularized in a story including the great Philosopher Socrates about how to go about this exact situation we go through every day of our lives.The 3 questions are as follows:1. Ask if what you're about to say/hear is TRUE.2. Ask if what you're about to say/hear is GOOD.3. Ask if what you're about to say/hear is USEFUL.Try this the next time you are about to receive information from someone who has something to say about someone you know or when you are about to share information with someone about someone they know.Share with a friend who could use this insight!For more content and all things Zeus With Bruce, go to https://www.zeuswithbruce.com/ and follow on Instagram @zeuswithbruce
Shownotes Endlich ist sie da, die neue Episode DownUnder mit Jan Wegener und Radomir Jakubowski, das dürfte heißer werden als jede Apple Key Note. Heute gibt es spannende Themen, denn Jan wirft die Frage auf wie alles begann? Im Anschluss sprechen wir über die Verlosung der Canon EOS R10 + Canon RF 100-400mm 5.6-8.0 IS, woraufhin Jan uns mehr über seine überraschenden Erfahrungen vom Canon RF 100-400mm 5.6-8.0 verrät. Außerdem gibt es viele spannende Themen wie das Update zu Radomirs Fettfleck, den Reparaturstatus des 35ers und überraschende News zu Canons Vergütungen bei RF-Objektiven. Nach einem Loblied auf UV-Filter, endet der Podcast mit der Frage was Jan und Radomir inspiriert. Wie gewinnt Ihr die Canon EOS R10 + Canon RF 100-400mm 5.6-8.0 IS? Bewertung auf Apple Podcast schreiben. Screenshot der Bewertung machen, VOR dem Abschicken. Bewertung abschicken. Screenshot an radomir ät naturfotocamp punkt de mailen. Deadline, Nikolaustag 06.12 um 06Uhr12 E-Mail-Eingang. Ich verlose das Bundle unter allen Teilnehmern in der darauffolgenden Podcast Episode. Wer nach unserem Podcast Lust auf einen UV-Filter hat, der bekommt gerne per Mail einen 10% Gutscheincode für den Nisi Deutschland Store. Natürlich auch für die sinnvollen Filter und nicht nur die UV-Filter.
What's the actual cost of “expensive?” Because you really have to ask yourself, compared to what? That's expensive… You don't need that… That's not who you are… Who do you think you are, wanting to have or do that? Those are other people's voices that no longer need to haunt you. They taught you to keep in your “place.” Don't be needy and don't want for yourself. Don't be selfish, for goodness sake. The thing is, you can't give or serve others more greatly if you're not investing in yourself. So who are you NOT to have or want nice things? The question really is twofold: What's the cost? Will it enhance your life now and/or in the future? Rule out ego. You don't need designer clothes so that you fit in. You might want designer clothes because they fit and feel better than some lesser brands. That's excellence. And it's a choice. Filter for excellence. Filter for enhancing your life now and in the future. Step into new clothes, new meals, new books, and even new mentorship. Invest in yourself for now and in the future. And if you were thinking about taking a leap and coaching with me, DM me. And, be sure to check out my signature small-group program: www.ExponentialSuccessSummit.com See you here next week. Uplevel Your Excellence = Wayne = Thank you for listening to One Sharp Sword! Be sure to also check out Wednesdays With Wayne for quick, fun, and inspirational mid-week reading. www.WaynePernell.com/blog
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Midway through the Isle of Man's Manx TT motor-racing festival lies a day (terrifyingly aptly) branded as “Mad Sunday”. David Oakes chose this bacchanalian festival, one filled with inebriated petrol-heads and super-charged exhaust eruptions, to talk with the Manx Wildlife Trust's CEO, Leigh Morris. Recorded in perhaps the only two quiet enclaves the island possessed that Mad Sunday, Leigh expands upon a journey that took him from horticultural nurseryman to the head of a Wildlife Trust that oversees the planet's sole Unesco whole nation biosphere. Leigh's journey - starting simply enough in Yorkshire, then Wales and Scotland - quickly expands into a life of volunteering and vocational placements in India and Nepal, Ethiopia and Oman, the Galapagos and St Helena… the list goes on. Whether upon an island paradise or beneath the waves, there is seemingly no habitat that hasn't drawn Leigh's attention. In his own words: “The more you know, the more you know you don't know…” Armed with an insatiable curiosity, Leigh hopes to turn the Isle of Man, all 35 by 10 miles of it, into “what good looks like”. In this episode we discusses the sex-appeal of carrots, the rivakry of a petrol vs. electic (or even hydrogen) powereded TT, community conservation movements such as SeaSearch, and the hot potato of viewing agriculture as a very necessary part of our species' ongoing environmental ambitions. Filter in a menagerie of rare Loaghtan sheep, Penguins, Sea Iguanas and the Isle of Man's escaped feral Wallaby population, and you have a gloriously ambitious discussion about the state of the world, and where to take it next. Oh - and October's episode is not sponsored by the Visit Isle of Man board… we promise!For further information on this and other episodes, visit: https://www.treesacrowd.fm/leigh-morris/ Weekly episodes available early AND bonus content made free to forage by "Subscribtion Squirrels" on our Patreon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Het is (bijna) Kinderboekenweek! Reden genoeg voor een extra lange Update, waarin al het nieuws rondom de tiendaagse (5 t/m 16 oktober 2022) langskomt. Kinderboekrecensenten Jaap Friso (AD Online/JaapLeest.nl) en Bas Maliepaard (Trouw) praten over het kinderboekenweekgeschenk 'Waanzinnige Boomhut-verhalen' van Andy Griffiths en Terry Denton, over het thema Gi-ga-groen, distributieproblemen van het Geschenk en het Prentenboek, de uitreiking van de Gouden Griffel en het Gouden Penseel (maakten Vlamingen daar nou wel of geen kans op?) en het Kinderboekenbal en een kersvers Griffeljurylid... Bert Kranenbarg is er iets later in de aflevering dan je gewend bent met het andere kinderboekennieuws van september en met Ted van Lieshout staan we stil bij de dood van kinderboekenschrijver Karel Eykman. Verwijzingen in deze aflevering Kinderboekenweekkrant/Boekenbos De jaarlijkse Kinderboekenweekkrant die Bas samenstelde en schreef is gratis af te halen in boekwinkels en bibliotheken. De poster van het Boekenbos is hier te downloaden. Verhalenboek Het verhalenboek dat we kort aanstippen heet 'Het grote niet te vermijden verhalenboek' (Lemniscaat 8+), met bijdragen van o.a. Jan Terlouw, Pieter Koolwijk en Tjibbe Veldkamp. Kinderen voor Kinderen Het jaarlijkse Kinderboekenweeklied van Kinderen voor Kinderen heet Gi-ga-groen, de tekst is van Janneke Schotveld en het is te beluisteren op YouTube. Gouden Griffel/Gouden Penseel Het hele item van het Jeugdjournaal, waarin Yorick Goldewijk (Gouden Griffel) en Raoul Deleo (Gouden Penseel) worden verrast is hier te zien. Het juryrapport lees je hier. Karel Eykman De hele aflevering van 'De Nachtzoen', waaruit we een fragment laten horen, kun je hier terugkijken. Het gedicht 'De truttenjas' dat Ted van Lieshout voordraagt, is op YouTube ook als liedje te horen. Filter vertaalprijs Meer over de nieuwe Filter vertaalprijs voor kinderboeken lees je hier. De Grote Vriendelijke 100 We gaan ook dit jaar samen met lezerscommunity Hebban de verkiezing van de favoriete kinderboeken aller tijden organiseren. Editie 2022 dus! Welke boeken worden de stijgers, welke de nieuwe binnenkomers en welke boeken dalen of vallen uit de top 100? De stemperiode begint op de laatste dag van de Kinderboekenweek, 16 oktober. Dan zal ook de kick-off-aflevering online komen. Op 23 november presenteren we de lijst tijdens opnieuw een Grote Vriendelijke Pakjesavond in Theater De Liefde in Haarlem. Save the date! Kaarten zijn voor Vrienden van de Show te bestellen vanaf 14 oktober. De overgebleven kaarten komen op 16 oktober in de algemene verkoop. Vriend van de Show worden? Kijk op vriendvandeshow.nl/degvpodcast.
Have you ever been told that you have an anger problem? Maybe your anger simmers, resulting in bitterness. Perhaps you've denied your anger at times. June Hunt describes how it is possible to develop a black filter as a result of your anger. Learn how you can see anger in a different way. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/282/29
In der heutigen Folge spreche ich über Filter in social media- ein Themenwunsch aus unserer TörtchenCommunity. Du erfährst, wie ich dazu stehe, welchem Missverständnis ich auf der Spur bin und was eine weiße Tomatensuppe mit alldem zu tun hat. Viel Freude beim Zuhören.
The calling of parenthood is to raise our children in the fear of the Lord. Yet, as all Christian parents know, this calling is easily lost in the chaos of life. We are juggling the various responsibilities of our households and the shifting challenges of raising our kids. In the midst of all this, how are we to teach our children to love God? My guest on today's show is Sarah Cowan Johnson, the author of Teach Your Children Well, and she helps us to accept the calling of parenthood with wisdom and faith. Sarah Cowan Johnson is a ministry trainer, consultant, and coach who works with church planters, pastors, and ministry leaders across the United States. She leads seminars for parents on family discipleship to help their children walk in the way of Jesus. She served with the Evangelical Covenant Church as the executive pastor for Sanctuary Church in Providence, Rhode Island, and previously was a staff trainer and an area director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She is the cohost of The People of the Way podcast. She and her husband have two sons and live in Providence. Take advantage of getting 30% off Teach Your Children Well with code FILTER until October 17: https://www.ivpress.com/teach-your-children-well Check out the full show notes for this episode: www.aaronshamp.com/podcast/sarah-cowan-johnson SUPPORT THIS PODCAST: https://www.aaronshamp.com/support –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Perseverance — Land of Fire [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/filterpodcast/message
SPECIAL GUESTS:Morten Strunge - PodimoJohn Spurlock - OP3.devSHOW NOTES & LINKS:Podcast companies are buying short podcast plays within mobile game apps, causing official downloads of shows no one may be playing longer than twenty seconds according to Bloomberg's Ashley Carman. Time has also published the story outside a paywall.Players get game tokens if they listen to a podcast for just twenty seconds. (Carman posts a graphic). But, because more than 60 seconds of audio are downloaded by the player, as demonstrated in this article in Sounds Profitable, these plays count as an IAB-certified download from podcast hosts and in prefix services like Podtrac. That allows podcasts promoted in this way to charge for the ads delivered in the show, and for that traffic to be counted in rankersHow many downloads per episode is “good”? Omny Studio publish their data.Podcast episodes are getting shorter, says Rephonic.September 15, 2022: Podimo, the European subscription podcast service, has raised €58.6m ($58.5m) in funding. It had previously raised more than $116m. The Open Podcast Prefix Project has been quietly launched by John Spurlock. It's a prefix analytics service committed to open data and listener privacy; and places listener data in the open. It could power trending and popularity data; or give independently-verified stats to advertisers.Open podcast analytics prefix service OP3 has added trailing wildcards to its API.Some OP3 visualisation tools are being worked on by Dave Jones, James Potter and others. An open user-agent list, including bots, is freely available here; and here are our filtered logfile downloads from Sep 23 for comparison purposes.
Der skulle to nervepirrende og utroligt tætte valgrunder til, før 3F kunne krone en ny forbundssekretær. Gitte Redder og Kristoffer Nordskov har været på 3F-kongres i Aalborg og fulgt med i de dramatiske valg.Der er 3F over hele linjen i ugens program, men vi kommer alligevel forbi den højtprofilerede sektorformand Torben K. Hollmann og hans pludselige exit fra FOA.Værter: Kristoffer Nordskov og Gitte RedderKlipper: Sarah Falsing
This week, the Education Center is on the podcast to discuss what services they have available from the credential assistance to education assistance. Transition Assistance Program is also back to get more in depth with what internships and programs they have available. Plus, it is the end of the month which means Blair from the Fort Hood Sentinel is back to discuss Traveling Soldier. SUBMIT: FortHoodPAO@gmail.comFACEBOOK: /usagforthoodINSTAGRAM: @usagforthoodTWITTER: @usagforthoodAll music obtained, royalty free, through Filter by Songtradr: "Gun Metal Grey" - Delicious Allstars; "Learning By Doing" - Niklas OlovsoThis podcast is a production of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hood and Fort Hood Public Affairs.
Gab es politische Filter in der Berichterstattung des NDR-Landesfunkhauses in Kiel oder nicht? Ein interner Bericht liefert nun erste Ergebnisse. Einige Vorwürfe konnten entkräftet werden, personelle Konsequenzen gibt es trotzdem. Text: Anh Tran | Jörn Schaar im Gespräch mit Antje Allroggenwww.deutschlandfunk.de, @mediasresDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
This week, new debuts from The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Beths, Buzzcocks and OFF. Plus faves from Nirvana, Dead Boys, The Cure, Filter and NIN. Turn on the smoking lamp and roll up a couple for The Duane Strain. Rock. Mock. Dance. Laugh.
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How much of your day actually revolves around the concept of time management? Isn't it strange that a construct such as time consumes so much of your day to the point that you become stunted in using it to your benefit? Don't fret! The problem is that you, me, and the person you are sitting next to has been led to believe that we can control time. And that results in a constant scramble or race against time to pack in tasks, events, projects, hobbies, and anything else to get to a place of fulfillment. The key to minimizing the noise of chasing time is to use time as a filter in your day-to-day. Find ways to chunk the big moments, prioritize, assign, delegate, or knock out your to do list without driving yourself crazy. This episode will help you to put it into perspective. Listen to hear about how to use time as a filter through... 1. Time boxing 2. Pareto principle 3. Eisenhower matrix 4. Task lists Is there a particular time management topic that you want to learn about? Send an inquiry to the Time Tutor, (mailto:email@example.com) and I'll be sure to shout you out if I discuss your topic. Learn more about my Time Management services and offerings at hanifabarnes.com (https://hanifabarnes.com). SUBSCRIBE to the Reimagine Time Digest (https://hello.dubsado.com/public/form/view/61996e54f7462ee6d281f0b7) for regular insight on how to reimagine your relationship with time and maximize your schedule for productivity and purposeful impact. Follow me @hanifabarnesesq on: LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/hanifabarnesesq) Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/hanifabarnesesq) Instagram (https://instagram.com/hanifabarnesesq) FaceBook (https://www.facebook.com/hanifabarnesesq) Clubhouse (https://www.clubhouse.com/hanifabarnesesq)
Doubt is an experience in every person's life—including the life of Christians. Yet, many of us are unwilling to acknowledge our doubts, or we are afraid of seeking help for our doubts because we fear that it reflects poorly on our faith. Therefore, too many believers will suppress their doubts with denial or eventually surrender to them in hopelessness. My guest on today's show argues that doubt is not necessarily bad. He says that it is a common experience to us all and that if we lean into it, then we might actually find our faith strengthened on the other side of doubt. His name is Travis Dickinson and we discussed his latest book Wandering Towards God: Finding Faith Amid Doubts and Big Questions. Travis Dickinson (Ph.D., University of Iowa) is a professor of philosophy at Dallas Baptist University. He has taught philosophy and Christian apologetics courses for over twenty years and has done apologetics and evangelism in more than thirty-five countries. He lives with his family in Fort Worth, Texas. Take advantage of getting 30% off on "Wandering Towards God" with code FILTER until October 10: https://www.ivpress.com/wandering-toward-god Check out the full show notes for this episode: www.aaronshamp.com/podcast/travis-dickinson SUPPORT THIS PODCAST: https://www.aaronshamp.com/support –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Perseverance — Land of Fire [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/filterpodcast/message
Comparisons are a normal part of human cognition and can be good for the self-improvement process. When we compare ourselves to others, we get information about what we want and where we want to be, and we get valuable feedback on how we measure up. However, they can also cause us a lot of psychological pain, and in this Episode that is what Lamont N' Leah talk about. Tune in, and comment on your struggle with comparison and maybe your plan/ a way you plan to overcome this. ____________________ LINKS SUPPORT OUR PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/lamontandleah Lamont: IG- @lamontsjourney Tik Tok- @empoweringthemasses YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/LDamonProductions Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnityLoveLight Tumblr: http://thickbeautifulmen.tumblr.com https://your-empowerment-leader.tumblr.com Leah: IG- @jellyfishumbrella @_leleleah @LITT_designs YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/LeahKaiulani ____________________ MUSIC Culture Shock - Dream Wars (via Ritual Music) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lamontandleah/support
This is a quick follow-up to pair with episode 20 where we talked about how to tell the difference between priorities and commitments, and why that matters. I sent that episode to a client who's inside of my program, Prioritize and Thrive, and after listening, she dropped MAJOR GEMS about a new way to think about how your commitments relate to your priorities.Thank you, Andrea, for letting me share this on the podcast today!⬇️ SHOW NOTES ⬇️Ready to FINALLY break free from the pressure of doing "all the things" at once? Check out my group coaching program, Prioritize and Thrive, HERE.Question or reflection about this episode? Send me a voice note!
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Wongers!! It's Sally's birthday weekend podcast! We were in Delaware and decided, why not, let's do the podcast in our hotel bed! So, here we is! Sounds naughty but it's not! LOL!! This episode, rejected by Lustery for bad audio! UGH! Miles and miles of bike rides! Meadery fun! Sally does some inebriated fun times... Over the park and through the sand dunes to Rehobeth we go! LOL!! We bake in a sauna and LOVE IT!! Sally talks toe tattoos. How loud does Sally get when she O's? Yea, loud! Pond updates and what was wrong with our filter. Hint, UV light not lit.Tired and yawney! Is that a fetish? hehe! Have a great weekend our happy, horny friends! and lick my philanges! muah, Sally & Mitch! Happy Horniness our sexy friends! Twinkle, Twinkle, Sally and Mitch Sexy and Jagundo Smuttyfy Social Network https://smuttyfy.com/sexyandjagundo Sexy and Jagundo OnlyFans https://onlyfans.com/sexyandjagundo Sexy and Jaguno Smuttyfans https://smuttyfans.com/sexyandjagundo Sexy and Jagundo Chaturbate https://chaturbate.com/sexyandjagundo/ Sexy and Jagundo Manyvids https://sexyandjagundo.manyvids.com/ Sexy and Jagundo Cammodels https://sexyandjagundo.cammodels.com/ Sexy and Jagundo Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/3d7z1GrI4J0BMlNKdcRuJm Wyld Penus Brewery https://www.zazzle.com/store/wyld_penus_brewery SexyandJagundo.com http://sexyandjagundo.com Sexy and Jagundo Fancentro https://fancentro.com/sexynjagundo Sexy and Jagundo Fansly https://fansly.com/sexyandjagundo Sexy and Jagundo Cam4 https://www.cam4.com/sexyandjagundo --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sexyandjagundo/message
Kongres, kongres, kongres! I weekenden slår 3F dørene op i Aalborg efter en turbulent kongresperiode, der både har budt på den største krise og største sejr for 3F siden stiftelsen. Vi varmer op til det store kongres-spektakel med en status på Henning Overgaards første halvår som kaptajn på det øverste dæk og udsigten til fagpolitisk dramatik. Og så har startskuddet netop lydt til sidste og afgørende runde i Dansk Socialrådgivers formandsvalg - urafstemningen. De to kandidater vil egentlig det samme rent fagpolitisk, men det er alligevel to vidt forskellige mulige formænd, der kan komme til at stå i spidsen i en tid, hvor socialrådgiverne har virkelig meget på spil. Værter: Kristoffer Nordskov og Gitte RedderProducer: Sarah Falsing
This week, the Great Big Podcast features the Fort Hood Suicide Prevention Program managers. They are on to share about Suicide Prevention Month, why it is critical to talk about suicide, what to do if you feel suicidal or know someone who is, and important resources. SUBMIT: FortHoodPAO@gmail.comFACEBOOK: /usagforthoodINSTAGRAM: @usagforthoodTWITTER: @usagforthoodAll music obtained, royalty free, through Filter by Songtradr: "Gun Metal Grey" - Delicious Allstars; "Learning By Doing" - Niklas OlovsoThis podcast is a production of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hood and Fort Hood Public Affairs.
Claire McGarry was blessed with a special GIFT one day and now wants to graciously share with you! God revealed to her a very unique and powerful process of coming with burdens and ultimately walking away in freedom. By His grace, we can learn to Gauge our emotions, Invite our emotions to the surface, Filter our emotions through God's Word, and be Transformed. GIFT! Who doesn't love a good acronym? Tune in - and consider asking God who could benefit from hearing this episode as well! Claire is a guest from New England; she is a former missionary, author, blogger and founder of MOSIAC of Faith, and she is with us today to tackle this question: I have struggled most of my life with worry. At times, it's more than worry and I feel a lot of anxiety. Different things seem to trigger this. I try to quote scripture, pray about everything, get others to pray for me, but still I struggle. It's worse at night. Do you have any suggestions of how I can worry less and have less anxiety? CONNECT with Sue and Crown of Beauty InternationalWebsite// Facebook//InstagramSUBMIT your own scenarios or questionsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSUPPORT His Heartbeat and Crown of Beauty InternationalDonation Page// Cru-Crown of Beauty InternationalResources Mentioned in the Show:Claire's WebsiteGrace in Tension: Discover Peace with Martha and MaryAbundant Mercy: Family Devotions and Activities for LentWith our Savior: Family Devotions for Lent
A new filter in AP Registration and Ordering has arrived. This one allows AP coordinators to filter by SSD accommodations. Press play on this “Breaking News” episode of Coordinated to get the scoop!Attend the Back-to-School Workshop for AP coordinators or watch the OnDemand video: https://eventreg.collegeboard.org/d/bkqj3j/Meet up with colleagues in Chat with a Coordinator: https://eventreg.collegeboard.org/d/ykqhnd/New to the role? Get started with Orientation for New Coordinators: https://eventreg.collegeboard.org/d/3kqy64/ Join the AP Coordinator Community: https://apcommunity.collegeboard.org/web/apcoordinatorsDownload the AP Coordinator's Manual, Part 1: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-coordinators-manual-part-1.pdf Podcast music courtesy of former AP Music Theory student, Jackie Rae: https://www.instagram.com/jackierae/
Heat: Challenges of life Dew: Blessings of life - We tend to respond sinfully to both blessings and challenges. 1. What fruit is my life growing? (Thoughts, words, actions, emotions) 2. What does that fruit show is my functional identity? (In control, Alone, Sovereign, Lawmaker ...) 3. What does that fruit/identity say I beleive God has done/not done? (Abandoned me, cast me off, distant, rejected, not ruled world, not done right) 4. What does this say I believe about who God is in this circumstance? (Judge, Impotent, Unconcerned, Absentee Father, Not Good) Root to Fruit: 1. What is true about who God is relative to my false view? (Redeemer, Sovereign, Love, Present, Good, Involved) 2. What is true about what God has done, especially in the Person of Christ? (Forgiven, Active FOR me, Adopted, Working out good, ...) 3. Who am I in light of God's truth? (Loved Child, Accepted, Justified, Heir, ...) 4. What should I do in light of who God is and who I am? (Fruit of Spirit, Love/Care for Others, Participate in life of body, Forgive as forgiven, Bear with as I am borne with by Jesus, be compassionate, speak words that build up...)
What type of filter do you use when you look through the camera lense of your life? Are you seeing events as they truly are, or are you adding a layer/perspective that changes the events you are witnessing in your life? I woudl argue that, even if you think you are not, you are most likely applying a lense or perspective based on your past experiences and beliefs. This can really cause problems for most people. The reason this is a problem is that negative past experiences can provide an inaccurate view of what is happening in your life. Today I want to talk about how situations are not good or bad in your life, unless you choose them to be....Wayne Dyer said, "when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." I want to explore a few ideas on how we can change the filter we are using when looking at our lives. I hope it will inspire you to create your best life possible. Thanks for listening. George Wright III
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Before even stepping into the deeper waters of whether a filter shows wisdom or weakness; you can't ignore the tsunami coming at you. Do I Need a Filter?Listen in as Josh describes the unique age we're living in as two powerful waves of sexual immorality and digital connectivity crashing on us 24/7. They create floodwaters rushing through your living room, bedroom, locker room, office space, car. Is a filter enough? Let's find out.HighlightsCommon Objections to Filters:A filter is an obstacle on my computer getting in the way of work, school, and everyday tasks.My device is given to me and I can't put a filter on it because it will expose my addiction.A filter will expose me to my spouse or family on the home computer.I want to engage in more than “ behavior management.” We are living in an incredibly unique time in the history of humankind. This is a unique moment. There are two powerful waves that have converged in the same direction. One of those waves is the sexual immorality of our culture. In addition, the immense digital connectivity of everyone and everything in our culture.Remember pornography actually changes the wiring of your brain. It creates new neural networks that learn to run automatically.A filter creates some space, some barriers so your brain (over time), will begin to rewire in a different way and stop recognizing the screen as a conduit to sexual pleasure. You want to get after heart issues. But in order to do so, you need some space from pornography because pornography has a way of numbing your senses to what your heart is really looking for. Pornography has a way of distracting you, leading you down a path away from the things that matter most to your heart.The ultimate goal is not just abstinence from pornography, not just abstinence from sexually explicit material, the ultimate goal is that our hearts would be transformed into Christ's likeness.Our heart begins to beat for the things that Christ's heart beats for.Our hearts would begin to love where we in the past have just lusted.Our hearts would begin to receive the love of God instead of seeking out false loves through unwanted sexual behaviors.Help the showAsk a question by emailing usLeave a reviewSubscribe wherever you get your podcastsFollow us on YouTube for behind the scenes and more
In Francis Schaeffer's classic book Art and the Bible he wrote, “Is the creative part of our life committed to Christ? Christ is the Lord of our whole life and the Christian life should produce not only truth—flaming truth—but also beauty.” He argued that art is important to the Christian life because it is a work of creativity and God is the Creator. Moreover, since man is created in the image of God, he has the capacity to create, and that makes his works of art meaningful. My guest on today's show argues that we ought to take the works of art in film seriously and view them as opportunities to experience our Creator. His name is Richard Goodwin and we discussed his new book Seeing Is Believing. Richard Vance Goodwin (Ph.D., University of Otago) is a film expert and adjunct assistant professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary. Take advantage of getting 30% off on Seeing Is Believing with code FILTER until October 3: https://www.ivpress.com/seeing-is-believing Check out the full show notes for this episode: www.aaronshamp.com/podcast/richard-goodwin SUPPORT THIS PODCAST: https://www.aaronshamp.com/support –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Perseverance — Land of Fire [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/filterpodcast/message
Tell me how you really feel. This episode is ALL things real versus fake with interviews from Blended Fest Nashville about: influencer culture, honest dynamics between men and women vs. the PC mainstream version, social media outings vs. real life, and our obsession with image, filters, and plastic surgery. Interviews include: Blended executive sommelier Matthew-Loren (@thelordofwine), Top 40 radio host Eryn Cooper (@onairwitheryn), artist & TikTok star Michael McCrae (@michaelmccraemusic), top-ranked influencer Jody Slevin (slevin_couture), and beauty influencer Britney Moya (@rockmeupmakeup). Filter me, I dare you. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taylor-ferber/support
Here I give some advice on what to ask a date to find out if they're a fuccboi or if they're looking for a relationship. All it takes is two simple questions, and some followup ones, more for clarification. To make sure they're a guy that's looking for something serious
Eric Kaiser joins the HVAC School podcast to talk about HVAC measurement types and the benefits of taking each one. He also talks about point measurements and data trends. Point measurements include static pressure, voltage readings, and readings provided by gauges. We only take those measurements once. However, when you track those on several occasions over time, you can build data trends. Single-point measurements give us information about what is happening at the moment, but they don't give us a long-term view of the system's health. Absolute and differential measurements also have different purposes entirely. Absolute measurements require us to compare a reading to a specific, unchanging reference point, but differentials compare one measurement to another. When we turn point measurements into trend measurements, we can see some degree of causation. Changes in data trends indicate that a problem occurred at a certain point in time and could be due to changes that coincided with the deviation from the norm. However, that's intermittent trending that relies on us to take point measurements at spaced-out points in time. Continuous trending allows us to use sensors and test instruments that map changes constantly. At the end of the day, point measurements are like snapshots, and continuous data trends are like videos; the former only shows part of the picture, and the latter can help us solve more difficult problems by giving us a more complete idea of what's happening. Eric and Bryan also discuss: Qualitative vs. quantitative measurements Filter restrictions and static pressure Gauge vs. atmospheric pressure Combined trend measurements How tool usage and calibration impact measurements Non-invasive testing Recorded data and sample frequency Comparative troubleshooting in spaces with similar equipment Resolution vs. accuracy vs. precision If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE.
This week, the 1st Cavalry Division comes back on to tell us about National Hispanic Heritage Month and their 101st birthday. Listeners will hear personal stories from a soldier of Hispanic descent, about her background, and about her love for the Army. Plus, Garrison Commander Col. Foster is back on the show to talk about Fort Hood turning 80. SUBMIT: FortHoodPAO@gmail.comFACEBOOK: /usagforthoodINSTAGRAM: @usagforthoodTWITTER: @usagforthoodAll music obtained, royalty free, through Filter by Songtradr: "Gun Metal Grey" - Delicious Allstars; "Learning By Doing" - Niklas OlovsoThis podcast is a production of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hood and Fort Hood Public Affairs.
PLEASE HELP SUPPORT REBUNKED NEWS BY DONATING TO THE GIVESENDGO: https://GiveSendGo.com/Rebunked Joining me today are several musicians from across America to discuss the future of music and freedom. Among these esteemed and talented musicians we have Frank Cavanaugh, the former bass player for the legendary band Filter, Brad from the viral sensation Five Times August (Sad Little Man, Fight For You), Gene from Faithless Town (New World Order) and Ben DeLaurentis, who you just saw on Infowars with his new hit "If I Worked For CNN" starring Alex Jones. Frank Cavanagh: https://MericaMusic.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/FullMetalMAGA Five Times August: https://www.fivetimesaugust.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FiveTimesAugust Faithless Town: http://www.faithlesstown.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/faithlesstown Ben DeLaurentis https://bendelaurentis.bandcamp.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ben_delaurentis Rebunked News is happy to shout out: Autonomy: Gain the high-value skills for lifelong success in just 12 weeks. Learn more: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/29887/2WU6ALrf Start your Heavy Metal Detox Journey with TruthTRS: https://TruthTRS.com If you want to follow and support REBUNKED, head over to https://REBUNKED.news, where you will find links to all of our platforms and ways to support the show. VALUE-FOR-VALUE DONATION: https://Rebunked.news T-SHIRTS: https://Rebunked.news/Shirts PREMIUM CONTENT: https://SubscribeStar.com/Rebunked TELEGRAM: https://t.me/Rebunkedpod FLOTE.app: https://flote.app/Rebunkedpod GAB: https://gab.com/rebunkedpod MASTODON: https://itmslaves.com/@Rebunked INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/rebunkedpod/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/rebunkedpod Theme Song: “Now Arise” by Rhymewave: https://linktr.ee/rhymewave
Those images you see that make you wish your life were more like theirs … oh honey, their grass isn't greener, they're using a filter. The girl from high school that's reverse aging, maybe she was just born with it … maybe it's a filter. We're looking through filters and seeing things in distorted ways. […]
Anthony Jay, PhD discusses ways to minimize your exposure to common chemicals that are harming your hormones and health. Support you body's Glutathione (GSH) Synthesis* and Sleep with the new NAC + Glycine Supreme by MYOXCIENCE: Save with code podcast at checkout Anthony's Book: https://amzn.to/3eIE50u Video Version of the Episode: https://bit.ly/3LamZ7y Episode Time Stamps: 02:20 Average total male testosterone now is 250.In the 1980s the average male had 500 total testosterone. That average drops about a percentage point every year. In the 1990s it was about 400. In the early 2000s it was about 300. 02:55 Paleo ancestors had an average total testosterone of 1500. 03:05 Breast cancer rates have risen 250% in the past 20 to 30 years. 03:25 Fake estrogen chemicals mess with estrogen and progesterone ratios and block testosterone from binding to the receptor. They lower your total testosterone and free testosterone. 05:04 If the recycle symbol on the bottom of your bottle is 7, there is bisphenol (probably BPS), even if it says BPA free. BPS is worse than BPA. 05:55 Find and address the root cause of decreasing testosterone. 07:15 Phthalates leach into your water. Filter your drinking water. Don't store water in plastic. Use glass or stainless steel. Water in your house is transported through plastic pipes. Dr. Jay likes the water filters mounted on the spigot of the kitchen sink. Water from a plastic pitcher filter can be stored in a glass pitcher. 08:20 Activated charcoal (carbon) is the key to removing estrogen chemicals. 09:05 Chicken is full of phthalates from injected preservatives. 10:15 Plastic containers leach into liquids, especially if it is heated or at room temperature. 10:55 The black plastic on TV dinners is from recycled electrical cords and other gear. 11:58 Low testosterone is linked to poor metabolic health, cardiovascular disease, and depression. 12:15 Doctors are trained as pharmaceutical reps. There is no incentive to fix the root cause. 14:40 Testosterone protects your arteries against plaque, protects your brain against Alzheimer's, and protects your metabolism through blood sugar regulation. 15:10 The medical/pharmaceutical system is a money driven machine. It does not optimize for you health. It is optimized for selling more drugs. 15:35 Testosterone is an action hormone for both men and women. It is motivating and improves sex drive. Estrogen in the brain can increase aggressive behavior. 16:45 Natural estrogen protects against Alzheimer's, heart attacks and depression. By decreasing natural estrogen in women, and add fake estrogen chemicals, you make the women more masculine. 17:33 Atrazine exposure creates male feminization. Atrazine is the second most used herbicide, after glyphosate, in the North America. It is illegal in Europe. A male frog sitting in water with 200 ng/dL of atrazine turns the male frog into a female frog. US safety limit for atrazine in drinking water is 3,000 ng/dL. 19:00 Oxybenzone in sunscreen is an estrogen endocrine disruptor. Seven days after one application of sunscreen brought blood levels of oxybenzone above government adult safety limits. 19:40 The “new car smell” is often oxybenzone. It perverts your brain into thinking it is attractive. 20:20 No one is studying the additive effect, bioaccumulation, or long-term impacts of fake hormones. 21:00 Fake estrogens influence the way cells behave, but it does not kill the cell. That means that it is not toxic. Adding BPA to cells in a dish does not kill them because the cells think it is more estrogen. When your cells are placed in a plastic research dish, 80% of them die from the plastic. The remaining ones are robust, and those are the ones studied. 22:40 If you see the word “fragrance” on a label, don't buy it. 23:00 China has stricter regulations on parabens and phthalates than the US to circumvent the feminization of males. 24:35 Use the sauna. Sweat out your chemical exposures. 25:05 Gender dysphoria may be linked to chemical exposures. 27:10 Polar bears in northern Alaska have parabens and phthalates in their bodies. These chemicals can cause them to become infertile. 28:05 Children with high levels of urine BPA have high rates of depression. 28:30 There are two estrogen receptors and one testosterone receptor, an androgen receptor. Women have 3 main estrogens: estrone, estriol, and estradiol. The alpha estrogen receptor is important for sexual development in the womb. After the womb, the alpha receptor should not be activated. 29:10 Alpha estrogen receptor is linked to breast cancer and prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is not a testosterone problem. It is an alpha estrogen receptor problem. 29:20 Beta estrogen receptor (ESR2) is protective against breast cancer, prostate cancer, Alzheimer's and heart disease. It should be activated throughout your life, for both men and women. 29:54 Fake estrogens activate the alpha estrogen receptor, which shuts off the beta receptor. 30:20 Soy is a risk. It acts like estrogen. Soy activates both the alpha and beta estrogen receptors. Some people have a higher risk of breast cancer from soy because they have more estrogen alpha receptors. 32:10 Lignins in flax are good for you if your gut bacteria can break them down. If they don't, lignins activate the alpha receptor. 32:20 Soy and flax have 100,000 units of estrogen. Other plant foods have under 1,000 units of estrogen. Fermented soy (tempeh, miso and fermented soy sauce) is under 100 units of estrogen. 34:30 Estrogen chemicals likely trigger early menopause and early puberty for girls. If you want to give mice and rats PCOS, give them estrogen chemicals. 37:50 Estrogen chemicals are released in sweat. Shower it off immediately. Our fat tissue stores estrogen chemicals. Rats given low dose atrazine got fat.
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Hour 2 as we continue a Wednesday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes, Jamie McLennan & Frank Corrado as the guys are joined by Trey Wingo of Pro Football Network and Half Forgotten History to preview Week 1 in the NFL. As well Al's Brother stops by with The Filter plus we flip a coin to see who makes the pick for tomorrow's Opener between the Bills and Rams!
Austin shares a simple hack to find all of the hiring managers with open roles at your dream companies!Time Stamped Show Notes:[0:30] - Finding hiring managers with open roles[1:00] - Using LinkedIn filters[2:25] - Filter & bookmarkHave questions about how to identify hiring managers who have open roles? Text them to Austin at (201) 479-9511.Ask Austin Anything:Click here to get your question answered on a future #AAA episodeShare Your Feedback:Want a free resume or LinkedIn profile review from Austin? Leave us a rating or review on iTunes to automatically be entered to win. We choose winners every week, click here to learn how to leave a review and enter to win.What should Austin talk about next? Ask a question or share your thoughts at CultivatedCulture.com/FeedbackConnect With Austin:Cultivated CultureLinkedInInstagram@austinbelcak on TwitterTry Austin's free Resume Builder, free Resume Scanner, and free Mailscoop email finder tool