In a modern retelling of Job - a Midwestern Physics Professor finds his life spiraling out of control as personal, professional, & financial setbacks all seemingly strike at once- leaving him searching for answers & meaning. Tune in as Chris talks Old Testament, Cosmic Indifference, & Jefferson Airplane as the LSCE screens the Coen Bros. 2009 black comedy "A Serious Man." Join us! Works Cited: A Serious Man Production Notes. Focus Features. August 14, 2009. Accessed 11/25/2021 https://www.focusfeatures.com/article/a_serious_man_production_notes?film=a_serious_man "Coen Bros. On Wet Horses, Kid Stars: It's A Wild West". Fresh Air with Terry Gross. NPR. January 12, 2011. Accessed 11/26/21 https://www.npr.org/transcripts/132744499 Denby, David. “Gods and Victims: ‘A Serious Man' and ‘ Capitalism: A Love Story.' The New Yorker. October 5th, 2009. Accessed 11/27/21 https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2009/10/05/gods-and-victims Ebert, Roger (October 7, 2009). “A Serious Man” Chicago Sun Times. Archived @ RogerEbert.com Accessed 11/27/21 https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/a-serious-man-2009 Evans, K.L. (2012) “How Job Begat Larry: The Present Situation in A Serious Man”. In Conrad, Mark T. (ed.) The Philosophy of the Coen Brothers. University Press of Kentucky. Pp. 289-303. McCarthy, Todd. “A Serious Man.” Daily variety 304, no. 50 (2009): 10. Morgan, David. ‘For Best Picture: “A Serious Man.”' CBS News. February 21, 2010. Accessed 11/26/21. https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/for-best-picture-a-serious-man/ Morgenstern, Joe (October 2, 2009). "A Serious Man". The Wall Street Journal. Accessed 11/27/2021. https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748704471504574446962410393646 Prell, Riv-Ellen. “A Serious Man in Situ: ‘Fear and Loathing in St. Louis Park.'” AJS review 35, no. 2 (2011): 365–376. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message
Writer and professor Kathryn Paige Harden discusses her book "The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality," with journalist and author Carl Zimmer. Kathryn Paige Harden is a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, where she leads the Developmental Behavior Genetics lab and co-directs the Texas Twin Project. Her research has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and Huffington Post, among others. In 2017, Harden was honored with an award from the American Psychological Association for her distinguished scientific contributions to the study of genetics and human individual differences. Carl Zimmer writes the "Matter" column for The New York Times and has frequently contributed to The Atlantic, National Geographic, Time, and Scientific American. He has won the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Journalism Award three times. Zimmer teaches science writing at Yale, and has been a guest on NPR's "RadioLab," "Science Friday," and "Fresh Air." Zimmer is the author of fourteen books about science.
‘Pizza and Fairytales' is John Lennon's phrase— a brilliant one—and he conjured it to describe one man: Paul McCartney. John in the 70s is fairly well documented. But what about the less communicative, less examined half of Lennon/McCartney? In this episode, Phoebe and Daphne give McCartney two things he doesn't often get: detailed lyrical analysis and recognition of his atypical self-expression. Extending this basic respect serves to shine a brighter, warmer light on the Lennon/McCartney relationship—not just in the 70s but up to present day and beyond. Lennon and McCartney will be joined forever; they deserve to have their true story told. PLAYLIST Some People Never Know WINGS (1971) Big Barn Bed WINGS (1973) Band on the Run PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS (1973) Dear Friend WINGS (1971) Little Lamb Dragonfly WINGS (1973) Isolation JOHN LENNON (1970) Ram On PAUL & LINDA McCARTNEY (1971) Too Many People PAUL & LINDA McCARTNEY (1971) Best Friend WINGS (1972) Let Me Roll It PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS (1973) Beef Jerky JOHN LENNON (1974) #9 Dream JOHN LENNON (1974) Bless You JOHN LENNON (1974) Whatever Gets You Through the Night JOHN LENNON (1974) Venus and Mars WINGS (1975) Call Me Back Again WINGS (1975) Silly Love Songs WINGS (1976) Let's Love PAUL McCARTNEY (1975) Howling at the Moon JOHN LENNON (1979) SOURCES Paul McCartney, interview w/ Ray Connolly, Evening Standard: Paul on ‘Why the Beatles broke up'. (April 21st, 1970) The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present, Paul McCartney & Paul Muldoon (2021) Paul and Linda McCartney w/ Joan Goodman, Playboy (1984) Paul McCartney in Venice (September 1976) Paul McCartney w/ Scott Osbourne (March 1974) George Harrison in Sounds Magazine (Nov 9, 1974) Paul McCartney to Melody Maker (November 1971) Paul McCartney on Day by Day (July 10, 1980) John & Yoko interview, w/ McCabe and Schonfeld at St. Regis Hotel (Sept 9, 1971) Lennon Remembers w/ Jann Wenner, Rolling Stone (1970) John Lennon: The Life by Philip Norman (2008) Loving John, May Pang (1983) Paul McCartney to Club Sandwich (1994) Paul McCartney to Billboard interview (2001) Peter Doggett talks to Mike McCartney (Beatles Book Monthly No. 199, Nov 1992) The Beatles (afterword) by Hunter Davies (re-issued version from 1985) Fresh Air w/ Terry Gross (2021) Howard Stern Show (Nov 10, 2021) Howard Stern Show (2013) Paul McCartney w/ Anthony DeCurtis for Rolling Stone: The Paul McCartney interview. (November 5th, 1987) Paul McCartney, from Beatles Monthly Book, N°256 (August 1997)
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Friday, Nov. 12, 2021. ‘Miya's Law,' named for murdered Orlando teen, seeks to improve apartment safety (:41) Florida Fresh Air: Lake Proctor Wilderness Area in Seminole County (3:52) Weekend events: Festival of Trees, Electric Daisy Carnival and Maker Faire (6:57)
Whether you're a morning person or not, this one's for you! No one talks about it much but Jenn found it for us, scientifically, what happens to make us wake up, why we're more groggy some days and a bit of the body's biology upon waking. From there, Jenn translates it all into how we can design our perfect mornings. As much as there's a checklist, Jenn advises us to think about it more like a menu. Offering us the categories we want to hit and options for each, it's all here! Jenn shares her morning routine and asks the question: What's required for your daily on-ramp? Outline:Welcome back & welcome back, LaurenIntro today's topicThe role of genetics in difficulty waking upScience of how we wake upSodium & potassium channelsThe Reticular Activating System (RAS)Why you're more groggy on some daysKey factors of our biology upon waking up to inform our morning routinesDehydrationSetting your circadian rhythmBrain tying up loose endsCortisol & dopamine are highMuscles frozen overnight...movementThe snooze buttonConnection to evening routinesRemember willpowerThe role of routines & structureBlue zonesLess checklist, more menuHow much time do you have?Stages of life impacts morning routinesThe on-rampChoose your pieces from the menuThe menuWake-up - time, the alarm, how to solve the snoozeLight - sunlight, blue lightMake your bedFresh airWater & vitaminsMovementFeed your mind - music, books, podcasts, meditation, journaling, gratitudeQuality nutritionHal Elrod's Miracle Morning, SAVERS acronymKey elements: stand, lights, breathe, move, waterTips to make it happenLinks:Become a MemberConnect with us! FB Page & Private FB Group & Jenn's InstagramTake the free Weight Loss Profile, Jenn will send you a Menu PlanJenn's Hack the Holiday's 8-wk ProgramQuotes:"It has nothing to do with being a morning person." – Jenn Trepeck"More than 1 in 3 adults press the snooze button 3 times before getting up in the morning." – Jenn Trepeck"The magic is not in checking all the boxes. The magic is in choosing the pieces that start your day powerfully." – Jenn Trepeck"Think about what you can do to make mornings easier on yourself." – Jenn Trepeck"What will help you start the day feeling most like yourself and fill your own bucket?" – Jenn Trepeck"Is it doable? Yes. Is it my version of doable? No." – Jenn Trepeck"Think about your morning routine addressing the biopsychosocial approach to health." – Jenn Trepeck
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021. Zillow to stop buying homes, signaling possible slowdown in housing market (:46) Florida Fresh Air: Savage Christmas Creek Preserve out in East Orlando (6:33) Week 11: Central Florida high school football roundup with J.C. Carnahan (9:25) Weather presented by Premier Sotheby's International Realty (12:22)
When you're not making a decision, you are, in fact, making a decision. Do you get caught up in this? I want you to be able to go all-in on the decisions you need to make because toggling between all the things will make you unsteady. Give the yes a yes or the no a good, solid no. But make decisions and move. Are you willing to make a decision without the evidence that it will all work out? Pick the free course, pick the paid course, quit the job or stay where you are.... but staying stuck is not a place to be. Hit the Highlights (2:03) Podcast Review (4:55) The world is full of flat squirrels who could not make up their mind (5:50) Commit to your decisions (7:29) The la la land of in-between the two things (11:00) What happens if you make the wrong decision JOIN ME in The Creators' Inner Circle! This is my monthly group where I teach you exactly what you need each month to grow your following on social media AND grow your email list! Not only do you get training each and every week, but you also get to be part of one of the best, most supportive communities online! Get on the waitlist for the next opening >> The Creators' Inner Circle Listener Shoutout I love to shout out a business each week on the show. Your reviews are such a blessing to me, so I want to repay by drawing some attention to someone who takes the time to leave one. Thank you to listener, Jennifer Herrera, for your kind words. I pray a blessing over you and your business! Review: A Breath of Fresh Air! "I am so happy I discovered this podcast. Jennifer keeps the conversation real and brings us back to God and the Word. I feel that I see things with more positivity. I need this podcastin the season of my life that I am in. Thank you for the uplifting words. " Subscribe and Review I am honored to show up each week on The Jennifer Allwood Show and bring you inspiring and actionable content. I hope it is truly helpful for you. One of the best ways you can bless me in return is to subscribe to the show and leave a review. By subscribing, you allow each episode to be downloaded straight to your phone which helps our download numbers and makes sure you never miss an episode. And when you leave a review, you help show others the value of what we provide! You can GO HERE to subscribe and review!
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Sydney-based Clem Morfuni made history by becoming the first Australian to own a professional club in England outright when he purchased Swindon Town earlier this year. Clem talks all about his vision to get Swindon back to the big leagues of England and the pathways he plans on establishing for young Aussie players.
Welcome back to the Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast for Brain Fact Friday and EPISODE #175 that was inspired by our recent interview with Dr. Francis Lee Stevens whose book that was just released this week on Amazon, Affective Neuroscience in Psychotherapy[i] that reminded us that we can accelerate our results, experience less stress and psychopathology (like depression and anxiety) when we can understand the emotional science (affect is the scientific word for emotion) that can be mapped and understood within the depths of the human brain. To access the images in the show notes, click here. There were many AHA Moments during our interview with psychologist Dr. Stevens this week, but with mental health at the forefront of this podcast, and the fact that we are now into the last quarter of 2021, I wanted to provide something that we could all use to give us clarity and focus to finish this year on a strong, high note. When I thought about what Dr. Stevens taught us, and why an application of affective neuroscience could help patients with psychological disorders, I thought about that for a while and wondered how this week's Brain Fact Friday could bring us to a heightened sense of clarity, focus and direction that would give us a razor's edge advantage in our life, with whatever it is we are working on or moving towards, and set us up with the right footing for a solid Q1 in 2022. In Today's Brain Fact Friday, You Will Learn: ✔︎ Why a calm brain is important to achieve ANY level of success. ✔︎ Strategies to calm our brain/regulate ourselves before we can access the thinking/decision-making parts of our brain. ✔Why a calm, regulated brain, precedes mental clarity, needed for high performance. ✔︎ How to calm or regulate ourselves before we can access knowledge, well-being and high-performance. From Focus to Calmness Dr. Stevens taught us some great strategies that can help us to understand our emotions, and even reconsolidate past traumatic memories, but there was something I knew I was missing that comes before we can access those higher, thinking parts of the brain that we need when thinking or making decisions. Today's topic is not just about how we can use the understanding of our brain to focus, so we can accomplish more, Friederike Fabritius dove deep into the neuroscience behind the focused brain on episode #27.[ii] She reminded us of the recipe needed for achieving peak performance as a mix of fun, and fear along with focus”[iii] but that's not where I wanted to go with this episode. Then I saw it and it was as clear as ice as I thought about some of our past speakers. I mentioned to Dr. Stevens that in order to apply any of the lessons he uses with his patients for accelerated results, and improved well-being, we had to get to a place of calmness, where we could step back from the busyness of our world and allow our thinking brain (or our Central Executive Network) to come back online. We have to be able to switch from our Thinking (Central Executive) Network to our Imagination (Default Mode Network) for this calmness to occur. I did talk about the importance of switching between our brain networks to allow for these flashes of creativity and insight to flow in episode #48 which is a good episode to review.[iv] For this week's brain fact Friday, I want to add a sense of calmness behind our clarity to push us forward. I remember my mentor Bob Proctor always saying to accelerate your results you need to “Speed Up and Calm Down” and he would give us examples of how he stayed focused by saying no to what's unimportant and direct 100% of his energy and focus to what is. If you want to accelerate your results, it begins with a calm brain, that's focused and ready for speed. From Calmness to Clarity Then we can take this calmness and laser focus to clarity. Clarity is one of the six habits that Brendon Burchard found that research shows pointed the needle towards high-performance vs those who underperform in his book, High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary People Become That Way[v] and it's something I think about every morning before I begin my day. Then I thought of you, the listener, wherever you might be in the world. Maybe you are like Bryon Carpenter[vi] from the Fresh Air at Five Podcast[vii] who listens to our episodes in the dark, in the fresh air, while exercising on his morning walks in beautiful Abbotsford, British Columbia and then posts what he learns from the episode on Twitter, along with Josh Tovar[viii], from El Paso, Texas, who does the same. Or Leadership Coach Tivo Rojas-Cheatham[ix] who listens to the episodes and sends me his thoughts, ideas, and encouragement through LinkedIn. I can't forget about Chris Gargano, from the New York Jets Organization, who listens to the podcast for ideas for his Leadership Class at NYU. Wherever you are listening from, my hopes are that this episode opens you up to all of the possibilities that come from a calm mind, providing clarity, an improved sense of self, maybe ideas for where else you can improve, with a longer-term vision of whatever it is that you are working on, or the legacy that you want to leave in this world. It all begins at the brain level. So, for this week's Brain Fact Friday: I want to remind us of the importance of a calm brain. Dr. Perry's NeuroSequential Theory is centered around the fact that we must learn to regulate ourselves first, before we can regulate others. There is power in calmness as you can see with Dr. Perry's image that shows how “A regulated, calm adult can regulate a dysregulated, anxious child.” Think back to Dr. Perry's upside-down triangle of the brain, where we had to learn to regulate (or calm ourselves down) first, before we could access our thinking or reasoning brain, and remember that in order to regulate our brain, we must go from the reptilian brain, though the limbic or emotional brain, to get to the thinking/decision-making brain with the image of The Three Brains I've put in the show notes. I saw a book written called Calm Clarity: How to Use Science to Rewire Your Brain for Greater Wisdom, Fulfillment and Joy[x] where the author explains her journey through each of these parts of the brain, calling them Brain 1.0 (Brainstem) to Brain 2.0 (Limbic Emotional Brain) to Brain 3.0 (Thinking/Reasoning Brain). She created the Calm Clarity Program[xi] where she teaches participants how to reach the wisdom within Brain 3.0 with what she calls a “Mind-Hacker” toolkit to help people in a way that “physiologically supports greater physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being, alignment and integration.” (Preface, Calm Clarity-Due Quach) Only then can we take what we learned from Dr. Stevens about the importance of understanding our emotions to reduce those things in our life that cause us increased stress and anxiety and access the clarity we will need to end our year as a high performer. As we are closing out 2021, why not kick things up a notch and see how we can increase our calmness, focus and clarity, to end the year on a high note. It will make life easier when 2022 rolls around as you will have a head start. Two Thoughts for Improving Focus and Clarity Improving Focus and Clarity Through Our Physical Well-Being What areas can you work on to increase your physical well-being that will in turn give you more focus, clarity and energy? We have covered the top 5 health staples[xii] and talk often of the importance of clean eating, exercise, nutrition and sleep, and will continue to research new areas that tip the needle forward for high performance, but it seems to always come back to these basic staples as well as continuing to find ways to improve our mental health. Improving Focus and Clarity Through Our Mental Well-Being If I was to ask you the following questions, could you give me a quick and accurate answer? Do you know what you want, and where you are going? Do you know your daily direction? Do you integrate your wins every week? Do you face things that you are afraid of or do something that makes you uncomfortable daily? Do you feel your emotions instead of shutting them off? I know there's a lot involved with these two questions, but if we could look at what we can do every day to improve these two areas so that we are better than we were yesterday, we will be well on our way to heightened levels of focus and clarity to end our year intentionally and on a high note. But remember, it begins when we step back, take some deep breaths from our work, and access whatever it is for us that brings us a sense of peace and calmness in our thinking brain. I hope you have found this week's Brain Fact Friday as helpful as I have—and that we can all take some time to live and experience this sense of calmness that must come before we can break through to new levels of achievement. I'll see you next week, and the following week, I'm beyond excited for our FIRST Panel Interview and welcoming back Dr. Howard Rankin, Dr. Jon Lieff, Horacio Sanchez and Tom Beakbane who will discuss how new advancements in neuroscience can help and advance our educational system. We will also be speaking with my good friend Brian Stenzler[xiii], with his NEW book that helps parents address mental health with their children as we continue to search for new ideas and strategies to keep our next generation stay physically and mentally well. Final Thoughts: Before I close out this episode, I wanted to mention it's hard to not notice the feedback from those listening around the world and the fact that our downloads have reached an all-time high, surpassing where we were last month, with over 11,000 downloads monthly. I want to thank all of you who tune in, and download an episode, share what you are learning on social media and send me messages. As new listeners come on board, I wanted to let you know that we do have a community that you can join and gain access to others around the world who are also listening, learning, and applying what they are learning. To join us, click on the link in the show notes, so that we can all stay connected in the Neuroscience Meets SEL Facebook Group and continue to learn from each other in between episodes. I do look forward to seeing you there. Have an incredible weekend. Neuroscience Meets SEL Facebook Group FOLLOW ANDREA SAMADI: YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AndreaSamadi Website https://www.achieveit360.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samadi/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Achieveit360com Neuroscience Meets SEL Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/2975814899101697 Twitter: https://twitter.com/andreasamadi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andreasamadi/ REFERENCES: [i] https://www.drfrancisstevens.com/book [ii]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #27 with Friederike Fabritius on “The Recipe for Achieving Peak Performace” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/pioneer-in-the-field-of-neuroleadership-friederike-fabritius-on-the-recipe-for-achieving-peak-performance/ [iii] Friederike Fabritius: "Fun, Fear, and Focus: The Neurochemical Recipe for Achieving Peak Performance" | Talks at Google Published Jan.15, 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWi-oCySuFA [iv]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #48 “Brain Network Theory” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-network-theory-using-neuroscience-to-stay-productive-during-times-of-change-and-chaos/ [v] https://brendon.com/blog/high-performancehabits/ [vi] www.BryonCarpenter.com [vii] https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fresh-air-at-five/id1547552441 [viii] https://twitter.com/MPA_GOJAGUARS [ix] https://www.linkedin.com/in/tivorc/ [x] Calm Clarity: How to Use Science to Rewire Your Brain by Due Quach Published May 15, 2018 https://www.amazon.com/Calm-Clarity-Science-Greater-Fulfillment-ebook/dp/B074YLY11S/ref=sr_1_1?crid=353KXYF7OXIIB&dchild=1&keywords=calm+clarity&qid=1635443224&s=digital-text&sprefix=calm+clar%2Cdigital-text%2C138&sr=1-1 [xi] https://www.calmclarity.org/ [xii]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast BONUS EPISODE “Top 5 Health Staples” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/bonus-episode-a-deep-dive-into-the-top-5-health-staples-and-review-of-seasons-1-4/ [xiii] Brian Stenzler on San Diego's Morning Extra News https://www.cbs8.com/video/news/local/morning-extra/new-book-aims-to-help-parents-with-teens-address-their-kids-mental-health/509-00b0fbc9-a0fb-491f-97e7-34405db70377?jwsource=cl&fbclid=IwAR1hEoasamvrDVPixPzdLbFyggPpwfRX4kh19odkvuSr88YyIIVYt_RqDbs
Check out Episode 62 for a full breakdown of Michelle's Bachelorette debut in Season 18 of The Bachelorette! Join us in the moment as we cover all our favorite moments from limo entrances to first impression roses to producer plants AND MORE! Tayshia and Kaitlyn join Michelle in her journey to find love and we couldnt be more excited to be along for the ride! We've got 30 brand new men to meet and so much in store for the rest of the season. Happy Listening! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itmwithlivandbix/support
Thor Hanson is back on our podcast to talk about how various living things have adapted or are impacted by changes in climate. We look at it from a mechanistic way while exploring various narratives in nature and the environment. BIO Thor Hanson is an author, Guggenheim Fellow, a Switzer Environmental Fellow, and an independent conservation biologist. He received his bachelor's from the University of Redland, master's from the University of Vermont's Field Naturalist Program, and doctorate through the University of Idaho. He consults various conservation groups and government agencies while he has also co-hosted PBS Nature series American Spring Live and has been a guest on many programs from NPR's Fresh Air to On Point, Science Friday, The World, The Splendid Table, and Book Lust with Nancy Pearl. He is the author of the books Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squid, Buzz, The Triumph of Seeds, Feathers, and The Impenetrable Forest, as well as children's illustrated favorite, Bartholomew Quill. He has won many awards and distinctions such as John Burroughs Medal, Phi Beta Kappa Award in Science, three Pacific Northwest Book Awards, and more. His articles have appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Times of London, Los Angeles Times, The American Scholar, The Guardian, and The Huffington Post. TIMESTAMPS 1:19 4 big news and announcements from Ketogeek 15:50 Thor Hanson bio 17:52 Thor's back story 20:21 What made you so passionate about conservation biology 22:20 How do you distinguish from a normal or workday? 25:05 What is "Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squids"? 27:41 How did you get into writing the new book? 33.36 What is an example of how a species has adapted to climate change? 37:44 What is a species that can't adapt easily to climate change? 41:20 Is there new life where animals have moved away? 42:52 Do trees migrate too? 45:21 What can people do at home to notice changes in climate? 48:43 Given a billion dollars, where would you travel? 52:49 The paradoxical observation of bears choosing berries over salmon for food 57:28 The importance of pollination for human survival 1:01:10 The concern with Asian Giant Hornet wiping out bee population in the United States 1:05:03 When should humans intervene and when to let nature take its course? 1:09:04 The curious case of "Hurricane Lizards" and rapid evolution 1:14:41 Message to the community 1:17:54 Final Plugs GUEST LINKS Website: Thor Hanson Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squids Book: Hurricane Lizards (thorhanson.net) Book Shop Org: Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squid: The Fraught and Fascinating Biology of Climate Change a book by Thor Hanson (bookshop.org) KETOGEEK LINKS Website: KetoGeek | Official Site Shop Energy Pods: Energy Pods – KetoGeek
I hope you're listening to this episode while walking outdoors or chilling in the sun (even though there's literally no sun in the UK at the moment) because I'm telling you all about why sunlight is super important for our physical and mental health! Please support the podcast by subscribing, and leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! Check out my website https://finding-my-fit.com. Connect with me on instagram @athinacrilley or @findingmyfitpodcast For my digital planners and journals, head over to my Etsy shop FindingMyFitStore https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/FindingMyFitStore
Chad Fisher, Lead Pastor at Rock City Church, teaches about the Holy Spirit during the series Holy Ghost October 17, 2021. // It is good that I am going away. Unless I go away, the Advocate [The Holy Spirit] will not come to you; but if I go, I will send him to you. John 16:17//Rock City Church has multiple locations throughout Columbus, Ohio. Whether you're spiritually restless, new at discovering who God is or you are a veteran of the faith, you are welcome here! // WEBSITE: https://rockcitychurch.tv FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/rockcitychurch INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/rockcitychurch TWITTER: https://twitter.com/rockcitychurch
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Travis has a conversation with well-known social critic Philip Jenkins. Jenkins is an award-winning author and scholar. Travis & Philip discuss Dr. Jenkins's book, Fertility and Faith, and how secularization may be affecting the institutional practice of religion around the world. Dr. Philip Jenkins has a doctorate from Cambridge in history, taught at Penn State University and at Baylor University's Institute for Studies of Religion. He is a well-known commentator on religion, past and present, having written about 30 books including The Next Christendom, The New Faces of Christianity: Believing the Bible in the Global South and God's Continent: Christianity, Islam and Europe's Religious Crisis, The Lost History of Christianity, Jesus Wars, just to name a few. He has published articles and op-ed pieces in several media outlets across the U.S. and Europe, including the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, New Republic, Foreign Policy, First Things, and Christian Century. The Economist has called him “one of America's best scholars of religion.” He has been interviewed on a number of television and radio shows, including CNN documentaries and news specials covering a variety of topics, such as global Christianity, sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, as well as serial murder and aspects of violent crime. Jenkins is much heard on talk radio, including multiple appearances on NPR's All Things Considered, and on various BBC and RTE programs. In North America, he has been a guest on widely syndicated radio programs such as NPR's Fresh Air, as well as the nationally broadcast Canadian shows Tapestry and Ideas. His influence goes beyond North America to newspapers and radio stations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, and Brazil. Now, in the highlight of his life ;-), he is on Apollos Watered! Travis & Phil discuss tacos, sushi, the 80's movie Matewan, and the possible correlation between secularization, religious institutions, birth rates, and gender roles in society. It's not just a European thing, but a global thing. It's truly a deep and heady conversation that helps us wrestle with our world and our place in it. You can get Fertility and Faith https://www.amazon.com/Fertility-Faith-Demographic-Revolution-Transformation/dp/148131131X/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=Philip+Jenkins&qid=1634080618&sr=8-7 (here)
Casey Grey joins an expert panel discussion on Innovative Technologies in New Home Builds at the 2021 SMARTNet Alliance Sustainability Showcase. GOHBA Ottawa's Executive director Jason Buggraff hosts, and RND construction's Roy Narendram and Chris Wiessflog of EcoGen Energy & Build round out the panel. If you can handle some less than stellar audio, you won't be disappointed with this episodes' conversation! One audience member even gets a little spicy. 01:13 - Chris Weissflog Introduction - EcoGen Energy & Build - passive house and retrofit 2:32 - Casey Introduction 3:17 - Roy Nandram Introduction - RND Construction 4:10 - What makes a house efficient: Chis 5:57 - Roy 6:48 - What's most important for the building envelope: Casey - house as a system 8:14 - What is short cycling: Casey 8:45 Recent projects that showcase energy efficiency: Casey - 161 Year old Stone Home Retrofit 10:59 - Chris - recent projects and his own passive house - ground source heat pump 13:02 - Roy - Ottawa's 9 First Net zero development 14:07 - House as a system - airtight and breath: Casey 15:42 - Roy heat exchanger 16:30 - Air Vapour Barrier Systems: Roy 17:51`- Casey assume water gets in water assembly 19:12 - Chris 22:58 - Embodied Carbon: Casey 23:48 - Different Energy Rating's/Standards: Roy 26:35 - Passive House: Chris 29:37 - Automation in energy efficiency: Roy - thermostats, fireplaces 31:12 - Chris 33:23 Casey - house as system: Don't mess with it. 34:21 Chris - education, like purchasing a vehicle 35:29 Question: old house with addition, cold floor on piers, getting passive solar and windows, what is the best way to insulate the floor? 36:51 Casey's Answer: Airtightness, "Fresh Air", ERVs, SHGC, triple pane glass 39:38 Roy add heating option 40:46 Chris prevent thermal breakage, energy advisor, grants 44:35 Question 2: heat loss on Chris's house 45:01 carbon dioxide monitor why not use one: Chris 49:15 Roy - ventilation 50:00 - Casey - Voc's, 4 53:14 - Question: Sustainable countertop choice: Roy 56:55 - last comments: Chris direction of building codes 58:10- Casey: How do we speak to the general public, not preach to the choir? You need to experience these houses. The Conscious Builder Website: www.theconsciousbuilder.com The Conscious Builder on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeThir3L7kgmChWyHnKBWVw The Conscious Builder on Instagram: www.instagram.com/the_conscious_builder/ Roy's Website: http://rndconstruction.ca/ Chris's Website: https://ecogenenergyandbuild.ca/ GOHBA's Website: https://www.ohba.ca/members/gohba-eo/ Special thanks to the other panelists and SMARTNet Alliance for having us SMARTNet Alliance Website: https://smartnetalliance.ca/
This week's episode is a reflection of my weekend trip to visit my parents. There is something magical about Lake Louise, take a listen and ask yourself these three questions: 1. Am I living into my values 2. Do I understand my purpose 3. Am I happy with the legacy I am creating
We're joined by Donald Delves, Managing Director, North American practice leader, Executive Compensation at Willis Towers Watson, a leading expert on corporate governance and executive pay and performance. We discuss linking #ESG to executive incentive plans, focusing on environmental-based compensation: why boards and companies ought to take ESG measures seriously and how they need to “earn” their way into the incentive plan. We also coin a new word – fandextrous – to describe Don's highly unusual dual loyalty to both the Cubs and White Sox (he's a native Chicagoan). For more on ESG and Executive Compensation, visit https://zurl.co/sMnj
The opening segment shares a thought about changing our statements from “breaks” to “connections and reflections.” This shift in thinking creates a time where learners build relationships and create content. This opening thought from George Couros summarizes this episode of The Innovator's Mindset Podcast with Bryon Carpenter. This episode came because Carpenter created his own podcast episode, Fresh at Five, reflecting on a previous episode of The Innovator's Mindset Podcast! Bryon talks about maintaining academic integrity, consuming learning and resources, building relationships and collaboration, and becoming creators of content in this episode of The Innovator's Mindset Podcast! Links: Bryon Carpenter Twitter - https://twitter.com/BryonCar?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Bryon Carpenter Website - http://www.bryoncarpenter.com/ Fresh Air at Five Podcast - https://anchor.fm/freshairatfive5 Fresh Air at Five Podcast on Twitter - https://twitter.com/FreshAirAtFive Tweet from Bryon Carpenter - https://twitter.com/BryonCar/status/1413864025616572420 Innovator's Mindset Podcast with Debbie Tannenbaum - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcQOMdMPyAQ Quotes: "EduTwitter is about community." "...it was the connectedness of educators..." Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros The Innovator's Mindset:https://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Mindset-Empower-Learning-Creativity/dp/0986155497/ref=zg_bs_69830_7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ARY8KZTA242NVFMHF9X0 Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/Innovate-Inside-Box-Empowering-Innovators/dp/1948334127/ref=zg_bs_69830_12?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=75E0ZS6R2J330FAM9Y0A Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/
Journalist and award-winning author Sonia Shah discusses her book “The Next Great Migration: The Beauty and Terror of Life on the Move” with journalist Caitlin Dickerson. Sonia Shah is a science journalist and author of critically acclaimed books on science, politics and human rights. She was a finalist for the 2021 PEN/E.O Wilson Literary Science Writing Award, and won a Publishers Weekly best nonfiction book of 2020, a best science book of 2020 by Amazon, and a best science and technology book of 2020 by Library Journal. Shah's writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, Scientific American, and has been featured on CNN, RadioLab, and Fresh Air. Her TED talk about malaria has been viewed by over 1,000,000 people around the world. Caitlin Dickerson is a staff writer for The Atlantic, where she writes about immigration and the American experience. Dickerson joined The Atlantic in 2021 after four years at The New York Times, where she broke news about changes in deportation and detention policy, and profiled the lives of immigrants. Dickerson has also contributed to the Times' audio work, as a frequent guest and guest-host for The Daily. Dickerson was previously an investigative reporter at NPR, where she won a Peabody Award.
On episode 10 the guys turn the mics on as they drive around on a small tour of the Pacific North West. Pine Trees, Fresh Air and Insanity are all covered here. Thank you for tuning in and don't forget to Subscribe on iTunes and Youtube.
Zahra joins Jennifer and David on a bridge to discuss the state of comedy, her improv background, and how we can work towards a better overall comedy community. Zahra Noorbakhsh is a writer, director, and comedian. Her podcast #GoodMuslimBadMuslim was deemed a “must listen” by O, The Oprah Magazine and was invited to the Obama Whitehouse to record an episode. Her solo show, “All Atheists Are Muslim” was directed by W. Kamau Bell and dubbed a highlight of the International New York City Fringe Theater Festival by the New Yorker Magazine. She's writes for the NY Times and NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross and is a contributor to the groundbreaking anthology, Love Inshallah: The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women. Her viral essay, “Coming Out as Bisexual When You're Muslim and Married,” reached 80-million people worldwide. Find out more at ZahraComedy.com.
On this episode: Kayla reviews Kyle Dion's and Lil Nas X's new albums, breaks down the You season 3 trailer, explains why she thinks Jermaine Dupri can handle Diddy in a Verzuz battle, and much more! Song of the week: Fault Lines by Kyle Dion --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kayla-taylrr/support
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021. Florida's new surgeon general issues rule ending required school quarantines, says parent will decide (:45) Florida Fresh Air: Lake Monroe Conservation Area (4:29) Week 5: High school football (7:25) Weather presented by Premier Sotheby's International Realty (12:35)
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more 32:00 Celeste Headlee is an award-winning journalist, professional speaker and author of We Need To Talk: How To Have Conversations That Matter, and Do Nothing: How to Break Away from Overworking, Overdoing, and Underliving. An expert in conversation, human nature, reclaiming common humanity and finding well-being, Celeste frequently provides insight on what is good for all humans and what is bad for us, focusing the best research in neuro and social science to increase understanding of how we relate with one another and can work together in beneficial ways in our workplaces, neighborhoods, communities and homes. She is a regular guest host on NPR and American Public Media and a highly sought consultant, advising companies around the world on conversations about race, diversity and inclusion. Her TEDx Talk sharing 10 ways to have a better conversation has over 23 million total views, and she serves as an advisory board member for ProCon.org and The Listen First Project. Celeste is recipient of the 2019 Media Changemaker Award. Her new book, Speaking of Race will be released in November, 2021. She is the proud granddaughter of composer William Grant Still, the Dean of African American Composers. ---------------------------- 1:05 Richard Louv is a journalist and author of ten books, including Our Wild Calling: How Connecting With Animals Can Transform Our Lives - And Save Theirs, Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder, The Nature Principle: Reconnecting with Life in a Virtual Age, and Vitamin N: The Essential Guide to a Nature-Rich Life: 500 Ways to Enrich Your Family's Health & Happiness. His books have been translated and published in 24 countries, and helped launch an international movement to connect children, families and communities to nature. He is co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Children & Nature Network, an organization helping build the movement. He appears frequently on national radio and television programs, including the Today Show, CBS Evening News, and NPR's Fresh Air. He speaks internationally on nature-deficit disorder, a concept he first introduced in Last Child in the Woods; on the importance of children's and adults' exposure to nature for their health, and on the need for environmental protection and preservation for greater access to nature and the health of the Earth. Among others, he has presented keynote addresses at the American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference; the USC Institute for Integrative Health Conference; the first White House Summit on Environmental Education; the Congress of the New Urbanism; the International Healthy Parks Conference in Melbourne, Australia; and the national Friends of Nature Conference in Beijing, China. In 2008, he was awarded the national Audubon Medal; prior recipients included Rachel Carson, E.O. Wilson and President Jimmy Carter. He is also a recipient of the San Diego Zoological Society Conservation Medal; the George B. Rabb Conservation Medal from the Chicago Zoological Society; the International Making Cities Livable Jane Jacobs Award; and the Cox Award, Clemson University's highest honor for “sustained achievement in public service.” In 2018, he received an Honorary Doctorate from the NewSchool of Architecture & Design. As a journalist and commentator, Louv has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Times of London, Orion, Outsideand other newspapers and magazines. He was a columnist for The San Diego Union-Tribuneand Parents magazine. Louv has served as a visiting scholar for Clemson University and Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management. He is a member of the editorial board of the journal, Ecopsychology. With artist Robert Bateman, he serves as honorary co-chair of Canada's Child in Nature Alliance. He is also on the advisory boards of Biophilic Cities and the International Association of Nature Pedagogy. Married to Kathy Frederick Louv, he is the father of two young men, Jason and Matthew. He would rather hike than write. ----------------- Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021. Florida COVID ‘vaccine passport' fines kick in today for business, governments (:42) Week 4 high school football (3:34) Florida Fresh Air: Lake Runnymede Conservation Area in Osceola County (7:53) Weather presented by Premier Sotheby's International Realty (10:54)
On July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made history by being the first human beings to walk on the moon. Meanwhile, the third member of the Apollo 11 crew made history of his own: by being the first guy to wait in the car while his friends were on the moon. Sources:Michael Collins: Apollo 11 pilot and 'loneliest man ever' dies aged 90'Fresh Air' Remembers Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael CollinsMichael Collins, Apollo Astronaut, Liked His Alone TimeMichael Collins (astronaut)Adam McShane, Joey Bednarski, and Cosmo Nomikos are stand up comedians based out of Chicago, IL.AJL is part of the Lincoln Lodge Podcast Network: https://www.thelincolnlodge.com/podcasts
On today's episode, I interview August McLaughlin to discuss girl boners, pleasure & her latest book, "MANAGING TRAUMA TRIGGERS FOR MORE VIBRANT SEX & RELATIONSHIPS" August & I discuss reclaiming sexuality, self understanding and healing. August McLaughlin is a nationally recognized health and sexuality writer, author of Girl Boner and host and producer of the narrative podcast, Girl Boner Radio, which has been compared to “Sex in the City” meets NPR's “Fresh Air.” Her articles and expertise have been featured in a range of publications, including Cosmopolitan, The Washington Post, DAME Magazine, O: The Oprah Magazine, Forbes, Shape and Bustle. Known for melding personal passion, artistry and activism, August uses her personal passion and skills to encourage others to embrace their bodies, sexuality and selves. Her next book, With Pleasure: Managing Trauma Triggers for More Vibrant Sex and Relationships, co-written by Jamila Dawson, LMFT, will be released by Chicago Review Press on September, 14th. Links: https://augustmclaughlin.com/podcast/ https://augustmclaughlin.com/books/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lauren-colletti/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lauren-colletti/support
Bryon Carpenter, the host of the Podcast, Fresh Air at Five, talks about some really amazing educators and shares some powerful advice about the first years in education and how educators empower each other - hear this and more in this episode of Three Questions on Educators that Inspire: Who is a teacher that has inspired you and why? Who is an administrator that has inspired you and why? What advice would you give your first-year teacher-self? Links: Bryon Carpenter Twitter - https://twitter.com/BryonCar?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Bryon Carpenter Website - http://www.bryoncarpenter.com/ Fresh Air at Five Podcast - https://anchor.fm/freshairatfive5 Quotes: "Don't do this all on your own...we continue to have this 'I can do this on my own mindset...' ask for help sooner rather than later. " Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros The Innovator's Mindset:https://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Mindset-Empower-Learning-Creativity/dp/0986155497/ref=zg_bs_69830_7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ARY8KZTA242NVFMHF9X0 Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/Innovate-Inside-Box-Empowering-Innovators/dp/1948334127/ref=zg_bs_69830_12?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=75E0ZS6R2J330FAM9Y0A Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. Judge prevents DeSantis from banning school mask mandates as state appeals earlier ruling (:44) Orange, Alachua, Broward school boards challenge state's mask mandate ban (3:20) Florida Fresh Air: Lake Lotus Park (6:15) Weather presented by Premier Sotheby's International Realty (9:15)
In today's episode, I have the pleasure of inviting Nitisha Agarwal. Nitisha currently serves as a Founder & Director of Smokeless Cookstove Foundation (SCF), a Section 8, Not for Profit that works with marginalized communities across India by teaching them to make a zero-cost mud-based smokeless cookstove. Its partner enterprise, Himalayan Rocket Stove (HRS), has developed the technology behind this solution. While anchoring the programs at SCF, she doubles up as a Business Consultant at HRS, handling essential business functions and creating opportunities to apply efficient heating and cooking solutions to real-world problems. As a result, Nitisha can integrate clean energy solutions to a diverse set of community-based users at a national level. Both organizations' combined objective is to create efficient, high-impact, low-cost heating and cooking solutions at various acceptable price points, including our' zero cost' cookstove solution. Since 2017, SCF has conducted field training programs in over 11 Indian states reaching out to more than 2000 community participants. Thus, the organization has simultaneously pivoted itself in a facilitator's mode to identify gaps within the clean cooking sector from the developer's end and the participative communities' perspective. In line with Nitisha's endeavor to the sector, she is honored to be a part of the inaugural mentorship program – Women in Clean Cooking instituted by Global Alliance in Clean Cooking, SEforAll, and GWNET for Asian and African nations. She is also a proud member of SAWIE (South Asian Women in Energy), which has been constituted as a platform for women to form a collaborative and strategic approach towards reaching gender equality goals and building solid pillars across the energy sector Before Nitisha stepped into the clean energy development sector, she accumulated over 17 years of experience in retail brand communications, public relations, business development, and social media marketing with brands like Volkswagen, Skoda, Marico, and Lintas. But her love for the mountains and outdoor adventures lured her to a chance interaction with an Australian eco innovator, Russell Collins (Founder of Himalayan Rocket Stove), and she quit her corporate life at Volkswagen India and found inspiration to set up SCF. Nitisha studied Sustainable Development and Solutions from Columbia University, Earth Institute, to bring academic relevance to her work. In addition, she completed the certification program in Education in Sustainable Development from United Nations, Earth Charter International in collaboration with Peace University, Costa Rica, in 2018. Being a patron and endorser of The Earth Charter, Nitisha has continued her learning journey with the charter and completed a Business and Ethical Leadership for Sustainability program as a scholarship participant in 2020. Extremely passionate about outdoor adventure, Nitisha started 'Children of Tribe' an outdoor learning experience and introduction to sustainable solutions for young city kids based on the ideology of Nature as a third parent. Before the pandemic, she conducted curated program over the weekends, allowing children to experience Nature by getting themselves fully immersed in it. This work has been featured in Condenast Traveller India's September 2020 issue. Avid trekker and traveler but based in Mumbai/ Karjat, she has her bags packed all the time, and while on various assignments for the Foundation, she loves taking pictures, sharing meals on clean chulahs, and writing about her experiences in the form of travelogues. Nitisha's digitally published articles can be found on www.travelpurist.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021. UCF Knights take on the Boise State game Broncos (:47) EA's downtown Orlando office should be ready in October, but pandemic will delay move-in (4:02) Florida Fresh Air: Soldiers Creek Park in Winter Springs (7:10) Weather presented by Premier Sotheby's International Realty (10:04)
Lake & Skye began when founder Courtney Somer had her first daughter and learned to use the power of essential oils for healing. A long-time lover of fragrance and aromatherapy, she created simple and intentional blends, a creative outlet with a purpose that complimented motherhood. Somer envisioned the blends as gifts to give yourself to use throughout the day, whether you needed an extra boost of confidence, a moment of gratitude or to balance mind and body. Courtney spent more than ten years studying a variety of alternative healing methods, including aromatherapy, reiki, nutrition and meditation. Inspired by what she had learned, Somer launched Lake & Skye, a modern and conscious fragrance line named for her two children. In addition to caring about the health of the body, Lake & Skye also puts an emphasis on caring for the earth, sustainability and giving back. The fragrance brand sources their natural essential oils and floral waters from ethical farms around the world, and they are vegan and cruelty-free, containing no parabens, sulfates, phthalates or palm oil. Today, Courtney joins Renee Dee on ICONIC Hour to share the story behind her inspired fragrances and how she's changing the industry with aromatherapy and sustainable scents. Follow Lake & Skye LINKS/RESOURCES Check out ICONIC LIFE at ICONICLIFE.COM for fresh content published daily. We invite you to SUBSCRIBE! You can find ICONIC LIFE on our website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Follow Renee on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, & Clubhouse. If you enjoyed today's podcast, I'd be so appreciative if you'd take two minutes to subscribe, rate, and review ICONIC HOUR. It makes a huge difference for our growth. Thank you so much for supporting me to do what I do!
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021. Construction woes delay two Orlando food halls now expected to open next month (:38) Harry Styles to require vaccination or COVID-19 test on upcoming tour with Orlando stop (3:21) Florida Fresh Air: Trout Lake Nature Center in Eustis (6:14) Weather presented by Premier Sotheby's International Realty (9:27)
Over almost 20 years in Afghanistan, the US lost 2,400 troops and personnel. Another 21,000 Americans have been wounded. The mission cost more than a trillion dollars—including 80 billion dollars to train and arm the Afghan army. But that army didn't resist the recent Taliban advance and now the Taliban control the country and the last Americans are fleeing. Andrew Bacevich comments; his books include America's War for the Greater Middle East. Also: There's a documentary out now about Dick Gregory, the Black stand-up comedian and political activist of the sixties and after. It's called The One and Only Dick Gregory, and it's on Showtime. John Powers comments—he's critic at large on NPR's Fresh Air. Subscribe to The Nation to support all of our podcasts: thenation.com/podcastsubscribe.
A former Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Walker is currently a Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley and the founder & director of the Center for Human Sleep Science. Dr. Walker's research examines the impact of sleep on human health and disease. In addition, Dr. Walker helped create the recent National Geographic documentary, Sleepless in America, and the PBS NOVA special, Memory Hackers. Most recently, he contributed to the BBC Horizon documentary, Curing Alzheimer's. His numerous presentations include radio features on the BBC and NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross, City Arts & Lectures, Hidden Brain, Science Friday, and Forum: NPR. In this week's episode, Dr. Walker discusses the importance and impact of sleep. In a time where we struggle to detach ourselves from our daily responsibilities, our recommended amount of sleep suffers. With a lack of rest, our ability to be high-functioning throughout the day is limited. Dr. Walker will highlight how prioritizing your sleep can be the ultimate factor that increases your energy level, productivity, and general wellbeing, and answer the question: What can you do with more sleep? Watch the video of this event: g.co/TalksAtGoogle/SleepInUncertainTimes Moderated by Rebecca Whiting-Holliday.
AUDIO BLOG | After a long line of great Zelda games Breath of the Wild provides a new dimension of gameplay which builds on the best aspects of previous instalments. | Written by Lizzi Nielsen | Narrated by David Geisler HOST: David Geisler Check out our website: anotherzeldapodcast.com Find a bunch of great extras on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/anotherzeldapodcast @anotherzeldapodcast on Instagram and @anotherzeldapod on Twitter. The views, information, or opinions expressed during Another Zelda Podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Sixfive Media and its employees. This has been a production of Sixfive Media 2021
This episode is a great opportunity for listeners to learn from an expert negotiator and behavior expert, Gary Noesner. Gary is an amazing storyteller and has knowledge that transcends industries. Gary's work and book, Stalling for Time (see link below) was the inspiration for the Netflix mini-series WACO.Guest BioGary Noesner retired from the FBI in 2003 following a 30-year career as an investigator, instructor, and negotiator. A significant focus of his career was directed toward investigating Middle East hijackings in which American citizens were victimized. In addition, he was an FBI hostage negotiator for 23 years of his career, retiring as the Chief of the FBI's Crisis Negotiation Unit, Critical Incident Response Group, the first person to hold that position. In that capacity, he was heavily involved in numerous crisis incidents covering prison riots, right-wing militia standoffs, religious zealot sieges, terrorist embassy takeovers, airplane hijackings, and over 120 overseas kidnapping cases involving American citizens.Following his retirement from the FBI, he became a Senior Vice President with Control Risks, an international risk consultancy, assisting clients in managing overseas kidnap incidents. He continues to Consult independently and speaks at law enforcement conferences and corporate gatherings around the world.He has appeared in numerous television documentaries about hostage negotiation, terrorism, and kidnapping produced by the History Channel, Nat Geo, WE, Discovery, TLC, A&E, CNN, CBS, BBC, American Heroes Network, and others. He has been interviewed in Time, Forbes, the New Yorker, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Roll Call, the Washingtonian Magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, and other publications. He has given speeches at major universities, done interviews on numerous radio and television programs, and was the subject of an hour-long interview on NPR's Fresh Air in 2010.He has written a book about his FBI negotiation career which was published by Penguin Random House in 2010, entitled: Stalling for Time: My Life as an FBI Hostage Negotiator. The book is being used in part as the basis for a six-part mini-series on Waco that will air on the Paramount Network on January 24, 2018. Gary has three grown children and resides in Virginia with his wife, Carol.The Toxic Leadership PodcastInstagram: @ToxicLeadershipPodcastTwitter: @ToxicLeaderShow Dr. Kevin Sansberry II is a behavioral scientist and executive coach with expertise in toxic leadership, human capital strategy, and creating inclusive cultures of belonging to enhance organization performance. Over the years, Kevin has focused on providing research-informed solutions in various settings such as higher education, nonprofit, sales, and corporate environments. Follow KEVRA: The Culture Company on Linkedin to keep up with your favorite behavioral scientist, Dr. Sansberry.KEVRA: The Culture Company is specifically designed and optimized for leaders who are experiencing turnover, low employee morale, and seek to move the needle further with their initiatives. Our organizational culture and inclusion strategies are a leading consulting service that helps you gain increased retention, increased productivity, and a reputation as an inclusive organization, and unlike competitors, our services are underpinned with unique research and experience in the field of toxic organizational culture and how to create inclusive environments that stick. Have a question for Dr. Sansberry? Visit askdrkev.com to send your leadership and organizational-related questions. https://linktr.ee/ToxicLeadershipPodcast
Author Sarah Hepola joins Rhett from her home in Dallas, Texas to talk about her writing career, which began unofficially when she wrote a Shawshank Redemption-inspired story in 7th grade and sold a copy to a fellow classmate. Sarah tells Rhett about the importance of freeing her mind in order to be creative, and what she does to achieve the meditative state that allows her to write. The two discuss struggling with one's inner monologue and whether self-doubt can be a useful tool, and Sarah's got some wardrobe advice for her 21-year old self. Sarah Hepola is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Blackout, an unblinkingly honest memoir about her past history with alcohol. She has written articles and essays for the New York Times Magazine, Elle, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Guardian, Salon, and Texas Monthly. She also contributes short personal essays to NPR's Fresh Air. Sarah is currently working on a podcast for Texas Monthly about the cultural impact of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, which will be released this fall. Wheels Off is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and produced by Rhett Miller. Co-produced by Kirsten Cluthe in partnership with Nick Ruffini (Revoice Media). Editing by Justin Thomas. Production Assistance by Matt Bavuso. Music by OLD 97's. Episode artwork by Katherine Boils. Show logo by Tim Skirven. Photo credit: Brandon ThibodeauxRevisit Season One of Wheels Off with Rosanne Cash, Rob Thomas, Will Forte, Lydia Loveless, Allison Moorer, Ted Leo, Paul F. Tompkins, Jen Kirkman, and more. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also ask Alexa to play it. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sam sits in the Fresh Air host chair to talk to actor John Boyega. Since finishing his star-making role in the Star Wars franchise in 2019 and after the protests that followed the murder of George Floyd last year, Boyega has been outspoken about his treatment as a Black actor in Hollywood, and in the Star Wars franchise itself. He talked to Sam about why he was ready to talk about the "elephant in the room" that is racism in Hollywood and what he's doing to change things.We've love your feedback! If you have a few minutes, please complete this survey: npr.org/PodcastSurveyYou can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.