At least 7 people killed and 1 injured in a mass shooting in Northern California. Also, TODAY's Consumer: Vicky Nguyen shares some tips that can be helpful when buying a home. Plus, Your Money: Stephanie Ruhle shares everything you need to know about the new tax changes for this year. And, Dave Karger breaks down the 2023 Oscar nominees.
Text: Various Theme: Jesus' famous description of the Holy Spirit comes with a very special word to describe Him. This week we'll unpack what this one word (or phrase) means to us today. Key Verse: John 14:26 (NIV) “But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.” Message Notes:https://my.bible.com/en-GB/events/49016332
Terminamos la semana con una sección antídoto por si queda algún resquicio del 'blue monday' con el que empezamos la misma.levitants – Adelante VENTURI – Darveider THE STROKES – Take It Or Leave It YARD ACT – Fixer Upper TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB - What You Know SIDONIE – Estáis Aquí ELYELLA ft VIVA SUECIA - Todo lo que importa WET LEG - Chaise Longue CAROLINE ROSE – Money GORILLLAZ ft THUNDERCAT – Cracker Island THE POSTAL SERVICE - Such Great Heights KARAVANA - Tití Me Preguntó ANABEL LEE - Roma caerá FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES ft. Joe Talbot - My Town FONTAINES D.C. - A Hero's Death ROSALÍA ft CARDI B - Despecha (Remix)NEW ORDER - Blue Monday Escuchar audio
In this episode we discuss that when deciding to go the route of buying a home that needs some work it is important to know your financing options. Some loans allow you to borrow on properties that need work others do not. A renovation loan is a loan where the cost of the home and the cost of repairs are bundled into one loan. This oftentimes can make a fixer upper project work for the buyer's budget. Having a contractor out is highly advisable when buying a home in need of work. That way there you can have estimates done and put real numbers and real solutions together before making the offer.
Theme: By way of introduction, this week we're taking our first glimpse at the Holy Spirit. We'll look at some misconceptions as well as begin to discover WHO this really is. Key Verse: Acts 19:2 (NIV) “They answered, ‘No, we have not even heard that there is a Holy Spirit.'” Message Notes: https://my.bible.com/en-GB/events/49012771
Following the aftermath of the Fourth of July fire at the Saloon, The Walnut Grove Expats are making a u-turn and heading back home to Hero Township. Saying Goodbye and leaving Mary in Winoka, the Ingalls invite Albert to come along with them. Upon returning to Plum Creek, it's in need of some major TLC as does the entire rest of the town of Walnut Grove. However, to really fix the town up Doc Baker, who's stayed this entire time, says they will need to fix the heart of the town; Lars Hanson who has suffered a stroke and is giving up on life. Refusing to let the town die after they've just returned, Charles and Company set out to gather a crew to clean up the street of Walnut Grove. Not only that, on a supply run to gather inventory for the mercantile Mr.Oleson runs into and invites Reverend Alden to stop by and say a prayer in town. The population of Walnut Grove doesn't appear to have diminished too much, the economy/mercantile is back open, there are enough kids to open the school and they even have an option when it comes to hiring a teacher, Walnut Grove just might have a heartbeat. But, will this be enough to get Mr. Hanson out of bed? Is Harriet educated on ALL the wares and inventory of the Mercantile or only the items she find interesting? Will Alice Garvey try to get her job back as the Post Mistress? What is Albert's first impression of Walnut Grove? Spotify Playlist Episode Tracks: ------------------------------------------ The Sound of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel Keep the Horseshoe Over the Door - Valerie Coates, Jason Andrews Always Be My baby - Rosie Thomas, The Shins, Sufjan Stevens, Jason Ottum It's Oh So Quiet - Bjork Hello Old Friend - Eric Clapton My Little Town - Simon & Garfunkel Sara - Fleetwood Mac Belle - Richard White, Paige O'Hara, Chorus Funk Dat - Sagat Take Me to Church - Hozier My Hometown - Bruce Springsteen Joy To The World - Three Dog Night
In this episode of Shut the Should Up with Candace Payne and Jenny Randle, revel in the joy of ongoing personal restoration. As we begin a new 5 part series on restoration, Candace and Jenny define the importance of continually being restored in our souls, dreams, relationships, and hopes. If you'd like to read more of Candace's personal restoration story, grab a copy of her book, Laugh It Up! Embrace Freedom and Experience Defiant Joy here: https://amzn.to/3CgLVHK. Until next time, the pressure is off! Restoration is promised and possible for you today.
You will meet a lot of great men when you Mantourage Date™, but what would you do if the one guy you like most had something that doesn't sit well with you? Find out in this episode of Single Smart Female LISTEN HERE: Important Links and Mentions in this Episode: Learn how to […] The post 302 Should You Date A Fixer-Upper? – Dating Help With Single Smart Female appeared first on Have Him Your Way with Jenn Burton.
Guanajuato Silver recently closed its final tranche of a $8.5M Equity Financing. The net proceeds of the Offering will be used to, among other things, ramp up production at the Company's existing mines in and about Guanajuato, Mexico including El Cubo, San Ignacio and Valenciana, expand and modernize the processing facilities at the Topia mine in Durango, Mexico, increase brownfields' exploration programs, and fund general and administrative expenses. James Anderson, CEO, discusses their assets and the strategy for 2023 with Paul Harris.
Ever think about buying a house that you can fix and flip, or fix and live in yourself? House prices have gone crazy in this has felt like a better idea these days. Want to learn more?
Its just another house, right? That's what Michelle McClane Woods thought when her and her husband moved into a “fixer upper” in 2015. As they slowly began to make the house their “home”, they would slowly learn that the previous owner, may still be there. And, they may not be all that happy about the “changes” that Michelle and her husband were making to the property. Would they ever make peace with the entity who liked “her way” of doing things, versus the new young couples? Today we hear her story of life in the house and investigating the dead. Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE – MONTHS BEFORE THEY GO PUBLIC. Access to every EXCLUSIVE PART 2 episode of our show for Grave Keeper Only! Access to submit questions to upcoming guests of our show. The “good feeling” knowing that you are keeping this show alive (It really does feel good!) Subscribe through Apple Podcasts or Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks
This week The Fan Girls Dish on Fixer Upper " The Castle Edition"! The Fan Girls Podcast is now on Etsy. Our shop has a variety of original custom-made fandom inspired artwork in digital download form. With prints inspired by, Outlander, Bridgerton, Harry Potter, Marvel, and more, you are sure to find a design that celebrates your favorite fandom. We are offering 10% off our Etsy store with the code FANGIRL. https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheFanGirlsPodcast
E13: You've heard of this couple through the years, but do you know the story that landed them the Fixer Upper show? Or what crazy amounts of debt kept them up at night? There's more to them than what meets the eye, and in this episode with special guest Peggy, we break down what glows behind this power couple. This podcast is ad-free and listener-sponsored through Amazon affiliate links. If you want to support the show, buy the featured book through Kim's website under "Books" at https://www.kimpatton.com/podcast Magnolia website: https://magnolia.com/ Thank you for your support and happy listening!
We are big do-it-yourselfers! And we want to bring to you some steps along the way to give you the confidence to try some of the work yourself on your investment proeprty. We think being gritty and doing a lot of the work yourself will be super beneficial to your real estate investment journey. The first one we are going to chat about is putting up sheet rock on walls, ceilings, etc. This is a skill that is super helpful to know and understand. Whether you want to hire someone down the road or be proficient yourself this is a skill that will help you understand how you can tranform an existing home, create new walls, and more! Tune-in and let's dive into some helpful sheetrocking tips, tools, and benefits! More of this DIY content to come! We are currently doing our own sheetrocking so we thought it was fitting! Dani and Mike are currently adding sheetrock in a new basement bedroom and living room, and Kel and Lee have been sheetrocking a bunch of their Silver Bay Flip. If you are wnating more content like this or want to ask something specific leave us a comment!
Husband and wife team, Zach and Shelby, are no strangers to real estate. Zach has been a real estate agent for the last five years in Indiana. In the last two years, they have gone from being broke and having no clarity to living a life surpassing their dreams. They were able to buy a farm on owner financing which they live on and have done more than $100k in wholesaling this year so far. They sat down with our Client Success Director, Luke Anderson, to share their journey! ___________________________________ If this is something you're interested in, we are currently accepting a limited number of applications and we would like to invite you to APPLY: https://go.thekingdomrealestate.com/application Find Todd's books here: If You Can't Wholesale After This: I've Got Nothing For You... https://amzn.to/3LZvq59 If You Can't Cash Flow After This: I've Got Nothing For You... https://amzn.to/3MafixA Want to Connect? Reach out to us online! Website: https://www.thekingdomrealestate.com Instagram: @thekingdomrealestate Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Calculating your numbers on a fixer-upper. There is a lot of thought that goes into a fixer-upper and we believe that running the numbers on the project is one of the biggest steps. We dive into calculating what it will cost to make the repairs, hint: actually, get the measurements and look up the prices of the product. And we also dive into how to get a ballpark value for what the after-repair value will be.
Haran, Christian, Harsha and Tarun are back for a great episode, with their fellow Hokie, Tyler! Tyler shares his experiences fixing up his house, they discuss the US and other soccer events at the upcoming World Cup, Tyler's experience in Italy, and much more! Have an interesting topic or would like to be featured on an episode? Let us know! Head over to @aninterestingdiscussion on Instagram! --- 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/aninterestingdiscussion/message
Adele clarifies how to pronounce her name. PEOPLE's Emily Strohm stops by to talk about her interview with this week's cover star Joanna Gaines who opens up about embracing her racial identity and learning to enjoy the little moments in life. Bachelorette alum Emily Maynard Johnson talks about becoming a mom for the sixth time with her infant son's birth complications. PEOPLE's Kate Hogan joins to talk about Anna Ferris' relationship with ex husband Chris Pratt, the rumors surrounding Gaby Windey's split with her fiancé, and new details on Tom Brady's divorce. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Kate Hogan - @misskph Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You've got grit, you're resourceful...but that doesn't mean you need to do everything on your own. While I try my hand at DIY-ing around my house on occasion, you better believe I would jump at the opportunity to bring Joanna Gaines into my home to work her Fixer-Upper magic. And if you want to see a jaw-dropping transformation, not in your home, but in your job, energy level, and overall happiness, some expert support may be the fast track to making it happen. Join me in this episode to learn why you should stop DIYing your emotional health, and see what's possible when you let the experts work their magic.
A fixer-upper Episode description In this bonus episode, Andrew talks about some exciting news! Plus in the vocabulary lesson, he teaches you a useful English expression: a fixer-upper. Support Culips and take your English to the next level by becoming a Culips Member. To sign up, visit Culips.com. Study with the interactive transcript here. The post A fixer-upper first appeared on Culips English Podcast.
Today's episode features Michelle Gano founder of Fixer Upper Parenting! She is a busy Mom of 3 littles and a former teacher, so she knows a lot about dealing with children! It's not always easy! Or is it ever? She will talk about her life as a Mom and as a teacher and how that inspired her to help other parents/people deal with their emotions and their children's emotions at the same time! Can't wait for you to hear about it! To find Michelle: www.fixerupperparenting.com Instagram: Fixer Upper Parenting --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dawn9792/message
For the First Time in Forever this Frozen Heart makes us choose between Building A Snowman In Summer or just telling this Fixer Upper to Let It Go. What happens when a soundtrack becomes divorced from its story? Despite their differing points of view Ben and Matthew both agree Hans could have been a better murderer.
Differences and distinctions are on a lot of people's minds lately. It's a hot topic. There's so much floating around about how people are different that it's easy to lose sight of how we're the same. Today, Pastor Ken reminds you that there's unity in the Lord. When you admit how you've missed the mark and ask Jesus to rescue you, you are welcomed into a beautifully diverse and unique family. Because of Jesus, you're connected. You can be one with other believers no matter how different you may be.
Waiting is hard sometimes. But doesn't it feel amazing when the waiting is finally over? Sometimes, the joy you feel in those moments bubbles out of you. That's precisely what Pastor Ken describes in today's teaching. This planet and everything in it has been broken for a very long time, waiting until the day the Lord would make it new. And won't that be a glorious day? You'll see how the earth and everything in it rejoice as God restores Creation to what He intended it to be.
The Bible was written over hundreds of years by many different people doesn't take away from its harmony. That's because the Spirit of God was inspiring every word those people wrote down. Pastor Ken points out in today's message how John, the author of the book of Revelation, ties the Old Testament description of the Lion of Judah to the New Testament imagery of the Lamb of God. You'll see how these two seemingly opposite ideas come together perfectly in the person of Jesus.
What's your plan for your life? My plans include happiness, health, perfect kids, a fabulous marriage, and great finances. You probably have some similar plans. But here's the thing, as we're working on our plans, doing what we do, Jesus calls us to follow Him. And, in order to follow Him, we have to let go of some of our building plans for His plan. This usually isn't easy. However, Jesus' original disciples set an amazing example for us. When Jesus came along and said, “Come, follow Me," Simon and Andrew, James and John immediately left their boats and their nets and followed Jesus.While most of us won't need to give up boats or nets to follow Jesus, we will have to give up something if we want Him to build our lives. This is what we're going to talk about in this podcast episode as we continue our “LIFE UNDER CONSTRUCTION” series. If we're going to let Jesus custom build the houses of our lives, then we're going to have to “Let Go of Our Building Plan for His.”Listen in on this podcast, then "Seek Him Speak Him" through the conversation into the lives of those people God has entrusted to you!______________________The Family Disciple Me ministry is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to encouraging Christ-followers of all ages to "Meet With God and Make Him Known." Discipleship starts with a conversation, and Family Disciple Me provides free, easily-accessible, relevant, Bible-based devotion and discipleship materials to make this doable along life's way. Subscribe for free to receive the weekly FDM text and...
Today we are talking with Jenny Schuetz! In addition to being the author of the phenomenal book Fixer-Upper: How to Repair America's Broken Housing Systems, she is a Senior Fellow at Brookings Metro and is an expert in urban economics and housing policy. Before joining Brookings, Jenny worked at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C. and taught at the University of Southern California.Wanna buy FIXER-UPPER?Wanna know more about FIXER-UPPER? Wanna know more about America's dysfunction(al housing policies)? To hear Jenny in her own words, you can catch her interviews with Ezra Klein on his NYT podcast and with Rachel, Jasmine, and Amanda on The Suburban Women Problem.Come check out our episodes and transcripts at our website, annarboraf.com. Keep the conversation going with fellow Ann Arbor AFers on Twitter and Facebook. And hey, if you wanted to ko-fi us a few dollars to help us with hosting, we wouldn't say no.Support the show
The NFL owners' meeting went well, until it didn't. Jerry Jones stands alone, and isn't happy. Jeremy Greene gives us the best possible trades that can turn around some NFL contenders. Sam Darnold is back at practice. Can he be any worse than Baker Mayfield has been?
Michelle Gano is an author, a mom of three, and a former teacher. Her mission is to help parents with kids ages 2 - 10 years old go from feeling tired and just trying to make it to bedtime to enjoying those childhood years, while also taking care of themselves. She helps parents create an environment where kids will want to remember their childhood. She focuses on providing tools to parents to help their kids feel deeply loved and emotionally secure so that everyone can enjoy this time that passes so quickly. Today, we talk about some of those tools, many of which will resonate even if you aren't a parent or teacher, so tune in to find out more! Five key takeaways from this episode: If you have gone through something traumatic, and therapy doesn't seem to be helping, you can try to find other ways to soothe those emotions. Of course, I recommend professional support first, but you may also find that music helps, or that you don't feel so alone when you connect with others. You may want to see if there are any local retreats in your area that seem of interest to you. Healing is possible, and you may even find that you want to help others on their healing journey. Parents get to be aware that their own behaviors and projections have a direct impact on their children. They see what you do, they hear what you say. They will remember all the things that you think they aren't paying attention to. Young kids want nothing more than to be just like you. Have a daily check in for yourself. This helps get you into the right mindset. Your check-in can include affirmations or saying something nice ABOUT yourself TO yourself. Another part of this check-in can include doing something that YOU want to do for 10 minutes. Setting goals during this time can also help you focus on what you want to accomplish for the day ahead. And don't forget to have fun and find one thing that makes you laugh. At the end of the day, reflect on 3 good things that happened that day. If you find it difficult to remember 3 things, when those good things happen, jot them down on a post-it note, or make a note in your phone. This process signals to your brain that even though it may not have seemed like the best day, that good things DID happen. You may even sleep better by doing this, and you will even start to train your brain to look for good things. Incorporate a daily dose of fun into each day. This is a good break if you or your kids need a few minutes to reset. This can be done by having a dance party, playing a quick game, or anything that makes you smile and laugh. This may even make it into one of your top 3 good things that happened that day. Connect with Michelle: Website - https://course.fixerupperparenting.com/ Instagram - @fixerupperparenting Sibling Magic Book: www.amazon.com/dp/B09LMDX58H/ Teacher Magic Book: www.amazon.com/dp/B08W1MPZ1L/ Connect with Heather on Instagram at @iamheatherlove. Get Heather's Journal Prompts to Finding Your Purpose HERE.
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Tuesday October 11, 2022
Meet Mandy! The latest addition to our amazing Realtor team.
A Jubal Phone Prank is when our listeners set-up a friend or family member to wake up with The Jubal Show, phone prank style. Ryan is on the phone and he wants to prnak his wife Shelly! They are looking at new houses to move into, and he wants Jubal Fresh to tell them that they are getting a real fixer upper!Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow
Sometimes when I'm writing I get into what I call "the zone." Time seems to stop and I'm only pulled out of it when my presence is missed, which is a nice way of saying someone is yelling at me to rejoin the family. Lauren Forsythe calls this catching a wave, and I'm totally stealing that metaphor. Meet Lauren Forsythe: By day, Lauren is a content marketing manager, finding ways to get writing into people's eagerly waiting eye-holes, and by night…well it's the same thing, but with more wine. Lauren writes books about strong women, men with pretty eyelashes, and friends that save your life. She recently joined me on Uncorking a Story to discuss her career and latest book, the Fixer Upper. Key Topics: The path to publishing her debut novel, including collaborating with her agent. How the imbalance of labor she noticed between men and women working from home during the pandemic inspired the ideas behind her debut. How being silly and joyful are great ways of feeding one's inner child and (fueling one's creativity). Why we should stop wasting time on fear and doubt when it comes to writing and simply write what we love to read regardless of what other people tell us. Buy The Fixer Upper Amazon: https://amzn.to/3Qa5wgV Bookshop.org: https://bookshop.org/a/54587/9780593422519 Connect with Lauren Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurenforsythe_author/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/laurenf_writer Connect with Mike Website: https://uncorkingastory.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSvS4fuG3L1JMZeOyHvfk_g Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uncorkingastory/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/uncorkingastory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uncorkingastory LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/uncorking-a-story/ If you like this episode, please share it with a friend. If you have not done so already, please rate and review Uncorking a Story on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this Bob & Tom Extra: We have Pat the Fixer-Upper, flasher parking, and flight attendants!Join VIP to get the full show podcast:: https://www.bobandtom.com/join-vip/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to our newest show at Impact Radio USA, "INTERVIEWS and MORE", the show that features past interviews from our guests on "Dr. Paul's Family Talk" radio show. In addition to continuing to promote our guests, this show also gives our listeners another opportunity to hear the great information that our guests have provided. As for the "More", we will cover everything from food, to cars, to Bible verses, to music, and so much "MORE"! NEW SHOWS ARE DROPPED EACH MONDAY AT 10:00 AM ET. On today's segment, we will talk to Amy Nordhues and Willie Drye. AMY NORDHUES, an author and sexual abuse survivor from Bartlesville, Oklahoma, joined us to discuss her story, including her latest release, "Prayed Upon: Breaking Free From Therapist Abuse". FROM HER WEBSITE: "Amy Nordhues is a survivor of both childhood sexual abuse and sexual abuse as an adult at the hands of a mental health professional. She is a passionate Christ-follower and expert on the healing God provides. She has a BA in psychology with minors in sociology and criminology. Her devotions have been published in The Secret Place (Judson Press) and include: A Big Softy, Winter 2018, Fixer Upper, Summer 2019, No, Thank You, Summer 2021 and Unveiled, Fall 2021. Her essay, Give Me a Sign, won 2nd place at the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference Foundation Awards. She blogs at www.amynordhues.com. A married mother of three, she enjoys spending time with family, writing, reading, photography, and all things comedy. She hopes that through her ministry, she can shed a light on the very under-reported issue of therapist/clergy abuse both to offer support to the victim and to aide loved ones so they can better assist the victim with the very arduous process of healing. She also hopes to work towards improving the laws in her state which currently has no legislation regarding therapist abuse. In over half of the states in our country, it is illegal for a therapist to engage in sex with a client. The power differential that exists in any therapeutic relationship makes it impossible for a client to give consent. For this reason, the patient entering therapy must be protected." amynordhues.com WILLIE DRYE, an author from North Carolina, joined us to discuss his release, "For Sale —American Paradise: How Our Nation Was Sold an Impossible Dream in Florida". From his Amazon Page: "A tale of a colorful and tragicomic era during which the allure and illusion of the American Dream was on full display—a Jazz Age period when Americans started chasing what F. Scott Fitzgerald called “the orgiastic future”—the book reveals how the recent economic collapse in Florida is eerily similar to events that happened there between 1925 and 1928. What sets the mid-1920s' Florida land boom apart from more recent booms-and-busts, however, is that this was the first modern boom, the first time that emerging new technologies, mass communications and modern advertising techniques were used to sell the nation on the notion that prosperity and happiness are simply there for the taking." https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014W13IKG/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i1 Enjoy!
Oh my goodness, I can't wait to speak to our guest today...I'm already crying (who's surprised?). Our guest Dottie Lawrence has touched my life, personally, by helping my daughter through a particularly difficult time in life and I really owe so much to her. Dottie, herself, experienced tremendous difficulties at a young age and was raised, in part, by a father who struggled with mental illness. It seems unexpected that those with such difficulties are able to heal and move on. However, as she became an educator in adulthood, Dottie found herself in a position where she had tools at her disposal to dig into her own past trauma. She dove deep to understand the the ways in which this trauma was showing up in her life, heal, and mend key personal relationships. Now, she's even able to forge new relationships in a healthy and meaningful way. She brought her passion for mindfulness to her role as a school administrator, creating a mindfulness program to enhance the well-being of students and strengthen their social and emotional skills as learners. And now, as a Lead Trainer for FuelEd Schools for 5 years, leads workshops with educators to provide them with the social and emotional skills essential for building relationships in schools with students and faculty. Maybe you have had a relationship in your life that doesn't feel right or healthy. Have you ever asked yourself why you feel afraid to connect with people and hold friends and romantic or personal relationships at an arms distance, while you remain safe behind an invisible wall? Perhaps, you feel anxious that the party with whom you're in a relationship is about to leave at any moment and that they don't value you in the same way you do them? Have you ever thought about why you feel this way? I just went out with a guy on probably 8-10 dates. We really connected, he actually knew how to carry on a conversation. However, I realized that each time we were together there was some thing he said or did that was a little triggering for me. The closer he tried to get and the more of my time he wanted, the more inclined I felt to pull away. This experience has caused me to dig into my own past traumas and try to figure out why this has always been, frankly. Thank goodness we have Dottie here to help us unpack all of our shit! Dottie is the real deal. She holds a degree in Psychology and a Masters in Education. In our episode today, she will walk us through practicing social and emotional skills like showing empathy to others in difficult situations, Emotional Regulation and will help us to better understand Attachment Theory and how (and why) our attachment styles form. Dottie has sooo much goodness to share like: Understand our attachment style as the characteristic way in which you relate to others in your intimate relationships and is heavily influenced by the self-worth and interpersonal trust that was developed with your caregivers as a child Move beyond attachment styles and begin to resolve the differences in approach by using empathy. When you change your dance steps, the other person is forced to change theirs and it can change and heal the relationship Leverage the "perspectrum" to identify the spectrum of things you can consider when you'e taking someone else's perspective and use the tool to evaluate your own thoughts and feelings. What's the problem they're having? What do they need right now? What are they feeling? What's the story they're telling themselves? What do they value? Use the 3-part "genuine statement" when communicating your needs with empathy: 1. identify and state the behaviors (when this happens), 2. call to light the impact of the behaviors (this is the impact on me) 3. State how it makes you feel (and this is how I feel) Avoid using empathy blockers: "Silver Lining", "Fixer-Upper", "Interrogating", "Discounting" and "Stealing the Thunder" So many of you reached out saying how much you liked our last guests core self quiz, that today, we're including a quiz for attachment styles. So, find the link in our show notes, take the quiz and leave us a review and let us know what YOUR attachment style is. We'd love your help on the reviews because positive reviews and your participation are how we can keep this show going! So, if you're loving the Dear Midlife podcast, please let us know. We'd love to hear from you! It's Not About the Nail Video Book Recommendations Attached by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel A. Van der Kolk Atlas of the Hear: Mapping Meaningful Connecting and the Language of Human Experience by Brene Brown What Happened to You: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience and Healing by Oprah Winfrey and Bruce D. Perry IG Influencers @the.holistic.psychologist http://www.facebook.com/FuelEdSchools @fueledschools.org
Special thanks to the Be Kind Sisters, Raegan and Rylyn, for providing the guest intro for this repeat episode. Episode Tie-In: Community volunteers in LaGrange, Kentucky, have continued the work started by the “Home Town Kickstart” crew. Come visit to check out the mural and AlleyLoop! If you're like most Americans, you've not only completed a home improvement project since the start of the pandemic, but you've also received some inspiration from shows like Fixer Upper or Flip or Flop. While HGTV is now a huge television network, with the stars of its most popular home improvement shows launched to celebrity status, HGTV didn't even exist until December of 1994. So how did HGTV start? What show predated HGTV and is widely considered to be the very first home improvement show? What's the real story behind those home makeover shows? And how was the quaint town of LaGrange, Kentucky, selected for a Home Town Kickstart? Candy and Ashley discuss these questions and more as they explore the topic ‘May I Help You Improve Your Home?”
It's a new season of Ann Arbor AF, and with the new season comes a new format! Today we are talking with Aaron Lubeck of Durham, N.C. about Jim Crow zoning, why some advocacy feels so taboo in community conversations, and how churches might be coming to save the day on housing. We also dropped a hint about the next interview coming to the pod…Here are links to the books we mentioned - Snob Zones by Lisa Prevost, Fixer-Upper by Jenny Schuetz, and Arbitrary Lines by M. Nolan Gray - in case you'd like to pick up copies for yourself. And remember that Economist interview Aaron mentioned? Here's the link to that, too.Come check out our episodes and transcripts at our website, annarboraf.com. Keep the conversation going with fellow Ann Arbor AFers on Twitter and Facebook. And hey, if you wanted to ko-fi us a few dollars to help us with hosting, we wouldn't say no.Support the show
Change didn't come easy to Chip Gaines, who went through an "identity crisis" as he transformed from an anonymous home builder to one of the most beloved people on TV (with Fixer Upper, and now the Magnolia brand he cofounded with his wife Joanna). Here he talks about that evolution, and what he's learned about finding opportunity in the unexpected.
Change didn't come easy to Chip Gaines, who went through an "identity crisis" as he transformed from an anonymous home builder to one of the most beloved people on TV (with Fixer Upper, and now the Magnolia brand he cofounded with his wife Joanna). Here he talks about that evolution, and what he's learned about finding opportunity in the unexpected.
See y'all at an upcoming show! Chingobling.com for tickets Join the HERR Community today! Sign up for access to all premium Herr Lounge Podcast episodes, content, and community today. https://www.patreon.com/herrloungepodcast Thank you for listening! Please tell a friend about the podcast. Checkout our podcast partners! Beauty Studio By Frida: https://beauty-studio-by-frida.square.site/ Major Beauty: https://www.instagram.com/themajorbeauty_/ @HerrLoungePodcast @ItsMarisolHerrera @JuiceCabooseHTX @ManningYourHealth @robgtv on Instagram Shout out to the Herr Lounge Patronas/Producers! Anna Zarate Jess Teer Andrea Martinez @HartlessHTX - Novelties and More! @PhotoByLizeth - Part Time Photographer *available on weekends only*2/3 weeks Lead Time for images. @Cardenascrew - a small business making charcuterie boards in the Houston area Cynthia Jacob Crystal Lara Anna Lopez Lizeth Aguirre Christie Williamson Jessica De La Fuente Rebecca Fonseca Susie DeLuna
Brent Montgomery is the CEO of Wheelhouse Group, a family office where he creates entertainment content and a venture capital fund that invests in businesses to amplify brands around talent. Brent is a media producer and operator whose first hit was Pawn Stars at his first production company, Leftfield Pictures. He later oversaw a host of reality television hits, including HGTV's Fixer Upper, Netflix's Queer Eye, A&E's Duck Dynasty, and Bravo's The Real Housewives of New Jersey, while running ITV America after he sold Leftfield to ITV. Our conversation covers Brent's childhood entrepreneurial efforts, creation of Pawn Stars, vertically integrating and expanding Leftfield's business, and the sale to ITV. We turn to the flywheel behind Wheelhouse, monetizing talent and intellectual property across production, marketing, merchandising, and events, its partnering with leading investors, and a few investment examples along the way. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership