Breathe… And slow yourself down. Breathe… And just notice your frown. It may be slight, Or it may be deep. Your face holds, The emotions you keep. Without any stories, Without all the pain. Let yourself observe, The darkness in your brain. Frustrations and complaints, Sadness and anger too. They're all swirling around, Trying to overpower you. But keep on breathing, Slower and slower until, Your mind make a shift, And gets a bit more still. JOURNAL PROMPTS: Why are you in a bad mood? What action can you take right now to feel a little bit better? Who can you share your thoughts and emotions with right now? Check out all the deals from our incredible sponsors here! --> https://womensmeditationnetwork.com/sponsors
Judith a eu une enfance traumatisante. Son passé lié au cauchemar des persécutions du régime nazi l'ont beaucoup affectée. Aujourd'hui Judith a de nombreuses peurs et angoisses. Elle est maman depuis longtemps mais les problèmes de sexualité de son fils l'inquiètent. Elle pense qu'elle a dû reporter ses peurs et ses frustrations sur lui. Elle a 81 ans et elle prend des anxiolytiques pour calmer toutes ses angoisses et ses peurs. Judith voudrait savoir si ce serait une bonne chose que son fils en prennent également. Chaque soir de l'été, dans "Parlons-Nous", Fabienne Kramer accueille les auditeurs en direct pour 2h d'échanges et de confidences. Pour participer, contactez l'émission au 09 69 39 10 11 (prix d'un appel local).
Part 2.The NFL has appealed the 6 game suspension for Deshaun Watson so where do the Cleveland Browns go from here? Frustration is setting in for the fan base. Its going to be a journey, and the only way to go is up! This show is a five part series. Check it out! We are back with a brand new format! The core of our show is is a genuine discussion between father and son about the world of sports, and we will bring that to you by allowing our conversation to flow naturally, then breaking up the audio over a series of shows on a particular topic. We believe that way we can capture our best and pass that along to our listeners! Stay tuned to our journey together as father and son in the world of sports!
Adam Rittenberg, Heather Dinich, Bill Connelly and Tom VanHaaren convene in Bristol to discuss George Kliavkoff airing his frustrations at Pac-12 media days, the anger toward USC, UCLA's complicated situation, the new Big Ten media deal and if any of the current conference alignments matter in the long term. Later, they try to look into the future with a series of low-stakes, early season predictions for USC, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Clemson, Louisville and Tennessee. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are back with a brand new format! The core of our show is is a genuine discussion between father and son about the world of sports, and we will bring that to you by allowing our conversation to flow naturally, then breaking up the audio over a series of shows on a particulat topic. We believe that way we can capture our best and pass that along to our listeners! Stay tuned to our journey together as father and son in the world of sports!
James Neveau, from NBC Chicago, joins Jeremy & Pat this week. We discuss our frustrations with the Cubs trade deadline moves. The Cubs don't trade Willson Contreras, and we try to make sense of it. We look at the trades the Cubs did make, and we try to figure out when the Cubs could be competitive again. Enjoy.....and Go Cubs!
As a contractor, have you ever tried to see yourself from a different perspective? You know, the work ethics, how you manage your team, or perhaps, the way you deal with huge and small projects. Maybe yes, maybe not. But our guest Kienen Koga definitely has! Kienen is an influencer and civil engineer who has been interacting with a lot of contractors and tradespeople in his job. With that, he has seen the problems with contractors and the trades industry as a whole. What could these be, and what can you learn from them? Tune in to this podcast as we discuss more on contracting and trades management, characteristics of a good vs bad contractor, the use of technology in the construction industry, and more! This is going to be informative and fun! Hit that play button now! Chapters: 00:00 Intro 01:55 What motivated Kienen to be in the construction industry 03:14 Frustrations when dealing with contractors 06:44 It's not all about the price 07:53 Managing contracting and trades 09:46 You know you're working with a good contractor with they have these traits 12:54 Characteristics of a not-so-good contractor 13:47 Labor shortage in the trades industry 17:22 Finding the right subcontractors 20:09 Trends and technology in the construction industry Resources:
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Aaron Paul is joined by Preston manager Ryan Lowe, Derby County captain Curtis Davies and Salford City goalkeeper Tom King ahead of the new EFL season. Rotherham manager Paul Warne joins us to talk about his role in another BBC Sounds podcast, Moments of Truth, which followed his team during their promotion campaign last season. He talks about what it's like to be followed by a production crew with microphones and we also hear one of his pre-match team talks, which includes some rather fruity language… And Sheffield Wednesday's new goalkeeper David Stockdale drops by to talk about his departure from Wycombe, the great Adebayo Akinfenwa, his initiation song and training ground fines.
Glen (Dagos_Rivers) and Jock (MunroJock2) discuss the various Game of Thrones spin-offs such as ‘Snow’ and ‘House of the Dragon’, that are in development. Frustrations over the long-awaited 6th novel of the ASOIAF are also dicussed. Finally, we discuss our … Continue reading →
Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #1162 SUN, JULY 17 (07-17-22) #1- There are Latin American Healthcare plans for Geezers: #2- Death, dying and funerals in Latin America- An Update: #3- Latin Healthcare Plan exclusions you need to know about: #4- "Plan B" fatal flaws in Puerto Rico: #5- Frustrations gringos experience with Latino workers and repair guys: #6- Whispered grumblings and unjust generalizations about Latinos: #7- Do you want to get into the exploding Crypto-currency world but don't feel quite confident enough to dive in? Our own Captain Mango has developed a unique one-on-one Crypto consulting and training service (he's been deep into crypto since 2013). To get started, email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org #8- Be sure to pick up my newly updated, "LATIN AMERICAN HEALTHCARE REPORT": The new edition for 2022 (and beyond) is available now, including the latest "Stem Cell Clinic" info and data and my top picks for the best treatment centers for expats and gringos. Just go to www.ExpatPlanB.com and click on the "Latin American Healthcare Report”.
Rob has been a little scarce lately, and it's for good reason: the fringes seem to be taking over America, and he's caught in the middle! Rob does a deep dive into the frustrations a lot of Americans are feeling, with the insider perspective of someone actively engaged in the battle for America's soul. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey Winner, When you're going through obstacles alongside your growth journey, I encourage you to keep a journal. Write down the things that are going on. It doesn't have to be done every day, but when you have an AHA moment or a breakthrough, or when you come across another obstacle, write those circumstances or lessons down. Document them so you can go back and look at them. When you overcome a trial, note the struggle and how you found victory in it. I promise you, you're not going to remember all the details and feelings of your journey when you look back on it if you haven't kept a record of it. It's important to know where we came from and how we got to where we are now. When we do this, we can help others overcome similar obstacles in their lives and bring them along with us. I kept a journal throughout my entire injury (as you'll see throughout my book when you read it). In one of my journal entries on March of 2019, I wrote about a follow-up appointment I had with my orthopedic surgeon. On the way to the appointment, I thought for sure he was going to keep me in a boot longer (partly because it took me forever to try walking in the boot). But, you know what? He moved me to a brace to help me stabilize and said he wanted me to start weaning off that, too, as soon as I was ready! This was progress, and I didn't remember it until I read it in my journal. Now, looking back on my journal entries, I can see that I made leaps of progress. Had I not written it down, I may not have been able to identify that progress as easily. That's the power of documenting our struggles and victories. So what does progress look like, and how do we get going again? These are questions we're going to answer in this episode, so stay tuned! Rooting for you ~ Gabe Full show notes: https://redhotmindset.com/what-does-progress-look-like-how-to-discover-your-own-victory-run-episode-153 RESOURCES MENTIONED IN EPISODE: My newest book -- Victory Run: Turning Trials into Triumphs -- https://redhotmindset.com/victoryrun/ Ep 146: Taken Off Course - Why Trials Come and What We Can Do about It - https://redhotmindset.com/taken-off-course-why-trials-come-and-what-we-can-do-about-it-episode-146/ Ep 148: Change Your Perspective - 3 Simple Ways to Turn Your Obstacles into Opportunities - https://redhotmindset.com/change-your-perspective-3-simple-ways-to-turn-your-obstacles-into-opportunities-episode-148/ Ep 149: 12 Small Steps to Push Through Your Setback and Move into Your Comeback - Letting Go of the Negative and Frustrations in the Midst of Trial - https://redhotmindset.com/12-small-steps-to-push-through-your-setback-and-move-into-your-comeback-letting-go-of-the-negative-and-frustrations-in-the-midst-of-trial-episode-149/ Ep 151: How to Grow Through What You Go Through So You Can Stay Tough in Tough Times - https://redhotmindset.com/how-to-grow-through-what-you-go-through-so-you-can-stay-tough-in-tough-times-episode-151 CONNECT WITH ME Create your Intentional Purpose Plan - for coaching details, head to redhotmindset.com/coaching -- BOOK HERE Mind Over Marathon: Overcoming Mental Barriers in the Race of Life -- https://redhotmindset.com/mind-over-marathon/ Victory Run: Turning Trials into Triumphs -- https://redhotmindset.com/victoryrun/ Simplicity & Motherhood Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/4mindfulmamas Website: https://redhotmindset.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabecox_redhotmindset/
What is This Episode- Top of Show . NOPE OSCARS PROFILE: Spoiler-Free Review: Universal's Marketing is Aces Currently - 3:24 Review Scores/Box Office/Expectations - 4:30 Script Composure - 8:34 Performances - 16:01 Production Values - 20:05 How Many Noms - 25:13 . SPOILER WARNING - 27:20 . Spoiler-Filled Review: And the Theme Is…. - 28:41 Freak Out - 32:07 Snapshot - 37:42 Rules, Animals, and Frustrations - 42:34 What We're Sure is Here, What May Be - 47:41 Is This Fair? - 53:00 . FINAL GRADES - 1:00:10 . . Contact Us/LEAVE US 5* REVIEWS! - 1:07:21 Words of Wisdom/What's Coming Next - 1:08:33
In this episode we answer emails from Anderson, Aaron, Anna and Travis. We discuss how to use Portfolio Visualizer to compare portfolios on a particular time-frame using samples and a 60/40, where to address any data issues to Portfolio Charts and Portfolio Visualizer, and the current frustrations many are having with using Vanguard. And then we consult a crystal ball to help a six-year old child.Links:Comparison of Golden Butterfly, Golden Ratio and 60/40 Portfolios: Backtest Portfolio Asset Allocation (portfoliovisualizer.com)Portfolio Charts Data Page: Data Sources – Portfolio ChartsPortfolio Visualizer FAQ Page (Data Sources at Bottom): Frequently Asked Questions (portfoliovisualizer.com)Support the show
Episode Description - My guest today is Ed Hinchey, a retired Sgt. with the Forest Hills Pennsylvania Police Department. Ed is the survivor of a violent police shooting who was saved by his soft body armor. After retirement Ed became the Director of the Safariland Saves Program. In his capacity as Saves Director, Ed's job is working with officers who have been shot in the line of duty and saved by their armor. As a result, Ed has likely interacted with more officers shot in the line of duty than anyone in the world. In this interview, Ed discusses witnessing his partner being shot, the first failure of soft body armor by a round it was designed to stop, surviving his own shooting, the aftermath of a shooting, the effects on the officer and their family, as well as the NIJ armor standards past and present. Ed also discusses how to best prepare officers for shootings and how to help them after a shooting occurs. Timestamps1:30 – Ed's Background2:06 – 6/23/03 - The Edward Limbacher Shooting4:55 – The NIJ Armor Standards and How They Have Changed7:05 – Armor Failure – The Zylon Recall and The Old NIJ Standards11:00 – Frustrations with the Armor Industry13:23 – The Chronology of Ed's Shooting 20:50 – His Injuries 26:30 – Arrival at the Hospital & Initial Treatment33:00 – Surgery & Recovery38:10 – Effects on the Family45:30 – Community Reaction & News Media51:14 – Retirement from Law Enforcement 57:04 – Starting His Second Career with Safariland1:02:10 – Keys to Surviving a Shooting1:07:15 – Going Beyond the Academy1:20:45 - Why Armor Saves Lives1:25:39 – Behind the Armor – Training Armor1:30:17 – Mindset and Survival1:33:14 - Social Media and Survivors Books RecommendedMeditations by Marcus Aurelius – ISBN 048629823XThe Man in the Arena: Selected Writings by Theodore Roosevelt - ISBN13: 9780765306715Theodore Roosevelt on Leadership: Executive Lessons from the Bully Pulpit by James Strock – ISBN 0761515399 Sites RecommendedNIJ Armor Standards - https://nij.ojp.gov/topics/articles/body-armor-performance-standardsSafariland Saves - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIM58xG6QM4flerbP6IU9qgXf7VJ5ZgJ7 https://scholar.harvard.edu/fryer/publications/empirical-analysis-racial-differences-police-use-force Contact InfoEd HincheySave #941Safariland Saves Programed.email@example.com
Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #1162 SUN, JULY 17 (07-17-22) #1- There are Latin American Healthcare plans for Geezers: #2- Death, dying and funerals in Latin America- An Update: #3- Latin Healthcare Plan exclusions you need to know about: #4- "Plan B" fatal flaws in Puerto Rico: #5- Frustrations gringos experience with Latino workers and repair guys: #6- Whispered grumblings and unjust generalizations about Latinos: #7- Do you want to get into the exploding Crypto-currency world but don't feel quite confident enough to dive in? Our own Captain Mango has developed a unique one-on-one Crypto consulting and training service (he's been deep into crypto since 2013). To get started, email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org #8- Be sure to pick up my newly updated, "LATIN AMERICAN HEALTHCARE REPORT": The new edition for 2022 (and beyond) is available now, including the latest "Stem Cell Clinic" info and data and my top picks for the best treatment centers for expats and gringos. Just go to www.ExpatPlanB.com and click on the "Latin American Healthcare Report”
This is our 600th podcast, but there's no fanfare… we just keep showing up. We started doing only Monday and Thursday, but sometimes that didn't always work out for us and staying too regimented could made us lose steam. Be flexible, recover, do what's right for the long-term growth. Today we dive into mid-season training and how tough it can be to stay motivated when you might not be seeing a ton of progress in the heat. We look at ways to find the little wins that keep you going toward the big goals. We talk about subtle clues, and training relative to how you feel. Also talk about ways to reframe your days off and maximize recovery days. We do this to be healthy and happy, so learn to appreciate how triathlon is helping you on a day to day level. Topics: Heat, humidity, dew point I feel great . . . I feel like sh*t Resiliency and how it matters Tolerating hard environments Increases: Temps, humidity, stress Frustrations triathletes feel right now Future Tripping - make it work for you. Subtle clues that you're getting better and stronger Seasonal EPO Summer volume = Fall Gains Relative Training Ebb and flows of the summer Reframing your days off Maximizing recovery days What do you do to recover? Optimistic thoughts and finding nuggets to keep you going Hanging tough and aim low Exhausted? Little positive thoughts that build up Detach yourself from swim, bike, run Win your personal lottery - Finding that lost $20 Spice things up Breaking rigidity Get on a kayak or hike Don't get to a point where you resent this sport No such thing as perfection Mike Tarrolly - CrushingIron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - C26Coach@gmail.com www.c26triathlon.com
The pandemic crushed the airline industry and prevented many travelers from flying. But it seems that has all changed. A new report indicates a lot more people are flying and even driving to destinations. However, travelers say they are frustrated with airlines, with 80 percent of passengers saying they've had a recent negative experience. On this episode we're talking to Tim Rossman. He's an industry analyst with Bankrate.Com, and his new report reveals some stunning numbers when it comes to how many people are traveling these days and what affect it's having if you're trying to get somewhere.
The General Services Administration is once again struggling with a major systems modernization project, causing an increasingly high level of frustration among vendors and grantees. Now, a powerful congressman is demanding answers about why three months into the transition to the new way for vendors to identify themselves for federal contract or grant awards, GSA hasn't resolved serious issues with the system.
Hey horror fans! This week on The Horror Hosts featuring Jess and Tex we talk about the 2020 film, The Stylist. A young hair stylist likes to step into other women's lives, and she mainly does this by drugging them, scalping them, and wearing their skin and hair as a wig. When a long-time client asks for help with emergency wedding hair she tries to fit into a social group the normal way. Frustrations mount, and with that her blood lust rises. Has habitual hair heisting hampered her habitué's heartbeat? Why is there a shortage of good baristas? Listen and find out! This episode was also live streamed at twitch.tv/commonspacegc, join us for live Q&A! #horrorhosts #podcast #movie #horror #horrorcommunity #scary #suspense #thriller #mystery #bodyhorror #atmospheric #isolation #homage #slasher #murder #gore #theystylist
7.15.22 Hour 3 1:00- Wiz- Wes Hall, Nats- Matt Weyrich, Commanders- Rick Snider 15:50- We played a major cut from Howard Gutman yesterday on the show, then Danny reacts to Gutman's answer to what this process looks like for Snyder. Do you think Snyder addresses the elephant in the room? 28:15- What are the best things about sports that mean absolutely nothing? For example, maybe throwback uniforms.
Facebook gives users a way to keep in contact with friends and relatives, but it also can be intensely frustrating. An add-on application for browsers can tame the beast. In Short Circuits: Cameras in mobile phones have capabilities that often go well beyond what even an expensive camera can do, and apps give mobile users the ability to perform tasks that were once limited to computer-based digital photography programs. • Nearly 10 years after researcher Aaron Swartz committed suicide when he was charged, many say unfairly, with computer espionage, the Department of Justice has made changes in how it will handle future cases. Twenty Years Ago (only on the website): A Bit of hope remained for Ventura Publisher as Corel prepared to release what would become the program's final version.
Jim attempts to acquire audio editing skills reaffirming the adage about old dogs. After renewing his license in about 12 minutes at the local DMV.......jealous...... his license photo becomes another reminder of the universality of aging.
Jim attempts to acquire audio editing skills reaffirming the adage about old dogs. After renewing his license in about 12 minutes at the local DMV.......jealous...... his license photo becomes another reminder of the universality of aging.
In the third series of #AgileWay podcast I'm having a conversation with Agile Prague Conference speakers about the topic they are passionate about, what did they learn on their agile journey and where do they see a future of Agile. Jasmine Kernaleguen will bring a topic Are your Fr”agile” frustrations sucking the energy right out of you? Iterate yourself!. If you find the conversation interesting, join Agile Prague Conference Sep 19-20, 2022, and get real face-to-face experience in Prague. See more at agileprague.com.
E2: COVID - What Now? Overcoming Barriers and Frustrations During COVID-19 Faculty Hosts: Timothy Ott, D.O., Kristin Davis, M.D., Satina Wheat, M.D, M.P.H., and Chris Smyre, M.D. Learning Objectives: - Identify common frustrations and ways to overcome them - Discuss misinformation and helping patients make informed decisions about the COVID-19 vaccine - Identify ways to help increase vaccination rates, even if they aren't offered in your physical location Earn CME Credits for this episode: https://www.illinoisvaccinates.com/podcasts/
Números 35: Ten cuidado con los impulsos fatales. Números 35:16-28 RVA2015:“‘Si lo hiere con un instrumento de hierro, y él muere, es un asesino. El asesino morirá irremisiblemente. “‘Si lo hiere con una piedra, con la cual pueda causarle la muerte, y él muere, es un asesino. El asesino morirá irremisiblemente. “‘Si lo hiere con instrumento de madera, con el cual pueda causarle la muerte, y él muere, es un asesino. El asesino morirá irremisiblemente. El vengador de la sangre matará al asesino; cuando lo encuentre, lo matará. “‘Si por odio lo empuja o arroja algo contra él intencionadamente, y él muere; o si por hostilidad lo hiere con su mano, y él muere, el que lo ha herido morirá irremisiblemente. Es un asesino. El vengador de la sangre matará al asesino cuando lo encuentre. “‘Pero si lo empuja de repente sin hostilidad, o tira sobre él cualquier instrumento sin intención, o si sin verlo hace caer sobre él alguna piedra que pueda causarle la muerte, y él muere, no siendo él su enemigo ni procurando su mal, entonces la congregación juzgará entre el homicida y el vengador de la sangre, conforme a estos decretos. La congregación librará al homicida de mano del vengador de la sangre, y lo hará regresar a su ciudad de refugio a la cual había huido, y él habitará en ella hasta la muerte del sumo sacerdote que fue ungido con el aceite santo. “‘Pero si el homicida sale fuera de los límites de su ciudad de refugio a donde había huido, y el vengador de la sangre lo halla fuera de los límites de su ciudad de refugio y mata al homicida, aquel no será culpable de sangre. Porque debió haber permanecido en su ciudad de refugio hasta la muerte del sumo sacerdote. Después de la muerte del sumo sacerdote, el homicida podrá volver a la tierra de su posesión.------------------------------------------------En la ley de Moisés se establece el orden para poder proteger al que por accidente, sin intención, mata a un compañero de trabajo o una persona. Alrededor del territorio se establecieron ciudades de refugio para que ahí se fuera a vivir el causante del accidente y se protegiera de algún ataque de venganza de un familiar del fallecido. Al morir el sumo sacerdote de la ciudad de refugio la persona quedaba libre y comenzaba una nueva vida. Es importante aclarar que el que causó muerte intencionalmente por odio o envidia o cualquier sentimiento negativo no estaría eximido del castigo máximo, que era la pena de muerte. No era aceptable dejarse llevar por un impulso y quitarle la vida a alguien tirándole una piedra, un madero o metal, o empujándolo a un barranco.Igualmente, debemos controlar nuestros impulsos. Por un arranque de ira podemos herir física o emocionalmente a un ser querido. Tanto el maltrato físico como las palabras ofensivas dejan marcas en el cuerpo y en el alma, rompiendo los lazos fraternales de confianza, respeto y amor. Un arranque de tristeza y de dolor nos puede empujar a cometer acciones que después nos vamos a lamentar. Frustraciones con el esposo o esposa, o con alguno de los hijos podría impulsarnos a acciones nefastas.Espero que esta reflexión te muestre la importancia de controlar los impulsos y emociones negativos que destruyen lo más precioso que tienes: tu familia. Tal vez hoy no sufras el castigo de muerte por alguna acción que ha afectado emocionalmente y espiritualmente a un miembro de tu familia, pero ten en cuenta que esa acción dañina entristece al Espíritu de Dios y lo vas alejar de tu vida y de tu hogar; convirtiéndote en un obstáculo para las bendiciones de Dios, o peor, caer de la gracia de Dios y hasta perder tu salvación. No pienses que este mensaje llegó tarde a tu vida. Si has cometido errores, te invito para que entres a la ciudad de refugio llamada Jesucristo. El enemigo quiere destruirte usando tu pasado y tus errores; nunca es tarde para arrepentirse y pedir perdón a Dios y a las personas a las que le causaste daño. Hazlo pronto antes que sea demasiado tarde.El Señor te redimirá y te dará una nueva oportunidad. Nuestro Sumo Sacerdote, que es JesúCristo, murió por nosotros para que nosotros podamos tener una nueva oportunidad en nuestras vidas, en nuestros matrimonios, con nuestros hijos, con Dios.En conclusión, toma el control de ti mismo. Desarrolla el dominio propio, piensa en las consecuencias eternas por una reacción de unos segundos. Soy tu amigo Eduardo Rodríguez.
Home Theater United Episode 38 July 11, 2022 7:30 PM EST Streaming Frustrations 2022 with Todd Erwin Reconnection (5m or less): Amazon Prime day tonight at 12 midnight. Does Todd think the $120 Apple TV is a good deal or the best deal of all time? Pretty Awesome! - Best Buy is price matching that, 64Gb is $140, Roku Ultra $80, StreamStick 4K $30 (both are Roku sales, not Prime Day) The adventures of Terrific Man! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuwa8vtOgB44qnnKovNDvysB_FmKQH0AG Streaming Frustrations 2022 (Target time about 1h): Playstation removing content from paid customers lockers?!?! Lionsgate supports iTunes with unbearable weight. One off from a specific licensee or part of a long term shift? Why hasn't movies anywhere expanded? Doctor stranger's picture quality thread. Vudu/FandangoNow library merger Paramount+ (and HBO Max) HDR issue on Roku (both are now resolved) Disney+ and Netflix to add new lower cost ad-supported tiers Sony's inconsistency on HDR and Atmos across digital retailers Sony's content deal with both Netflix and Disney+/Hulu Content reverting back to studio-owned streaming after this year Best Streaming devices Shout out to Spare Change talking the same subject tonight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmH32zZitZw Quick Good Bad and Ugly: Sam - RRR Todd - Cinderella (2021) https://www.hometheaterforum.com/cinderella-2021-blu-ray-review/
Ryan Mallory dives deep into the frustrations that come with remaining disciplined and true to one's trading rules and how waiting long stretches of time can really present some difficult challenges in not forcing trades that aren't really there. Whiskey: Willet Straight Rye Whiskey 4 Year Be sure to check out my Swing-Trading offering through Patreon that goes hand-in-hand with my podcast, offering all of the research, charts and technical analysis on the stock market and individual stocks, not to mention my personal watch-lists and regular updates on the most popular stocks, including FAANG stocks, Microsoft and Tesla. This is provided each and every week! Check it out now at: www.swingtradingthestockmarket.com
Show Notes:Pete helps entrepreneurs transform their frustrations into freedoms by using a variety of frameworks that help them cut through the chaos and overwhelm of running a business.He's refined his tips, tools, and techniques within his own businesses and loves sharing them so others can live the life they deserve as business leaders!Quote: - Entrepreneurs are the backbone of every community, my passion is to help them free up some of their time so they can ‘auto-magically' give back to their communities - Pete Mohr Knowledge Nuggets and Take-Aways:A great coach makes your the pinnacle of what you are doing5 P's = Promise, Product, Process, People, ProfitGet what's in your head onto paper to take actionable stepsPete helps entrepreneurs re-vision what they wanted when they first started and help fill in the gapsHere is a link to this episode on our website: https://timetoshinetoday.com/podcast/petemohr/ Recommended Resources: Visit Simplifying EntrepreneurshipPete's YouTube ChannelPete's Linked INPete's InstagramPete's FacebookPete's TwitterHost Your Podcast for Free with Buzz Sprout Our Show Sponsor Sutter and Nugent Real Estate - Real Estate Excellence Music Courtesy of: fight by urmymuse (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/urmymuse/58696 Ft: Stefan Kartenberg, Kara SquareArtwork courtesy of Dylan Allen
You sent in some questions about life in Germany, and I try and answer them in this episode.THE GERMANY EXPERIENCE AT PODFEST BERLINI will be recording a live episode at Podfest Berlin on Saturday July 16th @ 16:15. It will be a Berlin-focused episode, and I will have a panel of four guests who all live in the city. Come and join and be part of the live recording!The venue: Noisy Rooms @ House of Music,Revaler Str. 99,10245 Berlin,GermanyCurrently, tickets for the entire event are on sale, but soon day tickets will be available. If you want to buy tickets, contact me before you buy to get a 20% discount code: email@example.comWELCOME TO GERMANY SUMMITI'm excited to announce that I will be a speaker at the Welcome to Germany Summit, an online event for foreigners in Germany!Welcome to Germany Summit
We live in a world where frustrations are an inevitable part of life and learning to tolerate frustration should be a part of your healing journey. In this Self-Coaching episode, I talk about the nature of "intolerance"--letting life's frustrations victimize you. Maybe you've tried counting to 10, taking deep breaths, or thinking of purple elephants, all to no avail. Unless you have a better grasp on how and why you wind up frazzled by life's frustrations, you'll continue to be triggered by these events. Join me in an exploration of how that pristine moment between the stimulus (frustrating event) and response (becoming frazzled) can become your key to a calmer, healthier acceptance of life's inevitable challenges.
Xbox massively enhances its reach with the Gaming Hub arriving. The brutally difficult yet charming platformer Cuphead finally gets a DLC release with Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course, God of War's lack of a release date causes some corners of the fandom to behave with extremely toxicity. EA's official twitter account sparked a debate about Single Player Games vs Multiplayer Games by attempting to push out a humourous tweet that failed miserably. We will be discussing these issues and more with the following guests: Quest Mode Games: https://www.youtube.com/c/QuestMode Erica: https://www.youtube.com/c/Ericutz4thewin --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gameondaily/support
Frustration comes when we are UNABLE to do what we THINK we should be able to do, and it can hit at any level or under any circumstance. It's a stage in the journey where we question if it's worth it to keep going. The thought of quitting seems easier in the moment, so how do we push through and get to the other side of our frustration? I have 12 ways to push through that frustration and setback and move into your comeback. Let's dive in. Rooting for you ~ Gabe Create your Intentional Purpose Plan - for coaching details, head to redhotmindset.com/coaching -- BOOK HERE Mind Over Marathon: Overcoming Mental Barriers in the Race of Life -- https://redhotmindset.com/mind-over-marathon/ Victory Run: Turning Trials into Triumphs -- https://redhotmindset.com/victoryrun/ Simplicity & Motherhood Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/4mindfulmamas Website: https://redhotmindset.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabecox_redhotmindset/
In life, there will always be things that we don't understand. If you'll pass the test of trusting God, He will lead you into victory. Your best days are still ahead, and together we can make a difference in this world with the message of God's hope and love. To give visit JoelOsteen.com/GiveHope See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's June, and the garden is action packed. There are peas to be harvested, garlic scapes to collect, and it's time to resow or replant seedlings that didn't make it. Is it too late to winter sow? You might be surprised by the answer. Speaking of surprises, see how our gardens both surprise us (Wow!) and frustrate us (Ugh!) We talk radishes, roses, iris, leeks, peaches and aloe vera. Take action now to battle weeds, bugs, powdery mildew, and unpredictable weather. We'll show you how. And take note: The Japanese beetles are coming! Learn How to Winter Sow! Don't Know Your Zone? Find it HERE Support UDT by joining our Garden Party and get fun rewards! Get a UDT Coffee Mug or other cool Merch! Visit our website for pix, good info and Upside Down Dictionary Click here to write to us!
"Donald Trump is the ultimate target!" Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner says Justice Department is "in a full sprint" to indict Trump for January 6th protest. Desperate Dems try to distract voters with Jan. 6 hearings. Biden is seething that he's polling lower than Trump. Frustrations and plummeting morale inside 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. amid growing fears that Biden administration parallels Jimmy Carter's malaise years. Naomi Wolf, bestselling author and columnist, joins Clay and Buck to weigh in on the transgender debate and covid. Buck reviews Top Gun: Maverick. Is Tom Cruise the greatest actor of all time? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on why it's important to reconcile & show grace to people with contrasting views, the best way to initiate a positive mindset shift in your employees, and how to channel your frustrations towards society while doing #75HARD.