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    The Art Of Coaching
    E229 | Greg Hoffman: Leadership Lessons From 27 Years at Nike

    The Art Of Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 79:30


    What is your brand?     What do you want to be known for?   If you don't have a solid handle on the answers to these questions, you'll have a hard time communicating with others what you bring to the table. In today's episode, our guest Greg Hoffman, former Nike Chief Marketing Officer, teaches us how to apply principles of branding and design from top companies to our own personal brand. Specifically, he speaks on:   3 things you must consider when creating your personal brand Identifying the essential traits and characteristics you want to be known for Why writing is one of the most powerful skills you can build & how to do it The essential role of both art & data in decision making    Greg is a global brand leader.  For over 27 years, Greg held marketing, design, and innovation leadership roles at Nike, including time as the brand's CMO.  In his most recent role as Nike's Vice President of Global Brand Innovation, he led teams tasked with envisioning the future of storytelling and consumer experiences for the brand. He's also the founder and principal of the brand advisory group Modern Arena, and author of the new book Emotion by Design: Creative Leadership Lessons From a Life at Nike.   Connect with Greg: Via Instagram: @ghoff70 Via his book: Emotion by Design: Creative Leadership Lessons From a Life at Nike. Via his website: https://www.emotionbydesign.co/   Even further, if building your brand is something you feel that you struggle with, and you're looking for help, check out our upcoming Brand Builder event.  We would love to equip you with the skills and tools to build the exact “brand of YOU” that you envision!   Also, don't forget that Art of Coaching is kicking off the month of July with an ALL COURSE SALE!  Throughout the entire month of July, Bought In, ValuED, and Blindspot are all on sale!  Just use the code GROW30 to get 30% off!    As always, a big thank you shout out to our sponsors, who make it possible for us to provide free resources like this! Dynamic Fitness & Strength is our go-to equipment partner. Fully customizable and manufactured in the heartland of America- whether you're looking to outfit your home gym or entire weight room, visit mydynamicfitness.com to get started. Tell them Brett and the Art of Coaching Team sent you! Reflection Questions: What traits/ characteristics do you want to be known for? How would you describe the brand of YOU? What is a particular goal you have that you've been putting off? What are the risks you would have to take to get closer to achieving your goal? What are some opportunities that you've let slip by because you were too afraid to take the risk? Greg says that the most powerful thing you have is your written voice.  What have you done to invest in your brand using your written voice?

    TRT Revolution Podcast
    You Can't Fully Live An Optimized Life Without These 5 Core Beliefs w/Benjamin Brown

    TRT Revolution Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 54:09


    If there's anything the last two years have taught us, it's that far too many human beings are willing to surrender their autonomy without much resistance. A large swath of humanity is still externalizing its power, and in that state, it's hard to truly live an optimized life. In order to break away from this, you have to set the non-negotiable values and standards that govern your life and keep you from the mental enslavement that's rife in our culture. What are some of the values we need to uphold as optimized people? In this episode, we have a repeat guest, back on the show. Founder of BSL Nutrition, Benjamin Brown shares the 5 core beliefs he's committed to in his program and why they are so important.   "No amount of intermittent fasting will fix the fact that you're miserable with the life you're living." -Benjamin Brown    Three Things We Learned    How the last two years changed couples and familiesWhy do we have to fight the urge to hide behind distractions? How to set a non-negotiable boundary around what's importantDevices have excommunicated us from our presence, how do we get it back? Why so many people hop from program to program with no real changeHow do we actually feel worthy of changing our lives and stop focusing on the wrong issues first?   Guest Bio Benjamin Brown is the owner and head coach at BSL Nutrition. BSL Nutrition is an online nutrition & fitness consulting business specializing in designing individualized nutrition, lifestyle, and strength training programs for highly driven men (and a few brave women). Currently, Benjamin works with both local and long-distance individuals and businesses and he has consulted with Fortune 500 companies and professional sports teams, including the Arizona Diamondbacks and Golden State Warriors organizations. For more information, head to https://www.bslnutrition.com/ and follow @bslnutrition on social media. Listen to the podcast, Smart Nutrition Made Simple here.

    Awareness That Heals with Robert Strock
    Containment: Feeling as Fully as Possible in a Safe Way & Accessing our Needs - Episode 65

    Awareness That Heals with Robert Strock

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 27:45


    Join Robert and Dave as they take a deep dive into the process of containment. Many misunderstand the word. Containment is not suppression. It is feeling as fully as possible in a safe place where it does not hurt anyone, including ourselves. It helps us not to become paralyzed in withdrawal or lost in a wide realm of expressing feelings that have fight as an element inside them. Containment requires us to have the self-control to pause in the midst of uncomfortable feelings. Anger, for example, if we do not misuse it by dumping it on others, or by suppressing it, can have a great vital energy. It gives us passion. It gives us intensity. It gives us juice to live our lives. To move into a state of containment we must break free from being trapped in conditioned reactions that each of us has to automatically express or repress. If we can remove ourselves from the situation and let ourselves really be present with our intense feelings we can learn to use them in positive ways. While we are feeling raw emotion we can also ask ourselves some inquiring questions. What vulnerable feelings do I have that are also underneath this? What is it that I really need that this anger is showing me? What is it that we need to do to best take care of ourselves and the significant others with us while we are in this state of anger? Containment is the 3rd step of a 7 step process. Stay tuned as Robert will be covering each step in future episodes. Read the transcription and listen to this episode at Awareness That Heals.

    RWOLFC - Rhema Word Of Life Fellowship Church

    Elder Davida Wedington & Min. Amoke Wedington | www.rwolfc.org

    Celebrate Jesus Ministry - Greg
    #916 Fully Trusting in the Lord 7/2/22

    Celebrate Jesus Ministry - Greg

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 10:21


    The Dana & Parks Podcast
    D&P Highlight: A fully preserved 80's Burger King is like a time capsule.

    The Dana & Parks Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 10:15


    She Turned Entrepreneur
    Ready to Em-BARK on a New Venture? This Doggie Daycare Franchise is First in Show!

    She Turned Entrepreneur

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 16:12


    Looking for work that doesn't involve a cubicle? Hounds Town USA may be just the thing – a way to spend every day loving dogs and sharing that passion with others. For Jackie Bondanza, CEO of the growing franchise, it has definitely been a recipe for happiness. Originally envisioned by a founder of the NYPD canine unit, these are doggie daycares unlike any other. Their ethos is built around a deep expertise and understanding of what it takes to care for and bring out the best in man's best friends. Family-owned and operated, Hounds Town USA franchise owners receive training that goes above and beyond what franchisees can typically expect. “Heart is important in everything we do … It's incredible to see all the mutual hard work move into a place of incredible satisfaction for the franchisee once they open,” says Jackie, who left her career in publishing after discovering (and marrying the founder of) her local Hounds Town USA store. She hasn't looked back since! The franchise, which has stores across the U.S., provides a six-day intensive, hands-on immersion followed up post-opening with onsite training that is ongoing and ensures the safety and well-being of pets and caregivers alike. “We're moving into the space of a grown-up business, but we never want to lose the core focus, which is the solid relationship we have with our franchisees and our investment in their success,” says Jackie. But ultimately everything at Hounds Town USA revolves around what's best for dogs, which is also why the franchise has established a nonprofit to support local rescue shelters with hands-on help. If you're interested in bringing superior doggie day care, boarding, grooming and spa services to your community, this may be the opportunity for you! Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Hounds Town USA's dog care is rooted in its founder's deep expertise in canine training.· Breeders of the Pack: Dogs at Hounds Town USA are placed in groups based on their fundamental animal need to interact and play together.· The story of how Jackie came to become – quite literally – married to Hounds Town USA proves it: You never know what a new day might bring!· Some of Hounds Town USA's most successful franchisees were once entry-level “pooper-scoopers” in the business.· Feeling burned out on the corporate job? Working with dogs is a fantastic antidote! Here's a quick look into the episode:· About how Hounds Town USA is the brainchild of a founding member of the New York Police Department's canine unit looking to put his skills to use in a second career.· Overnight boarding and daycare for dogs two decades ago, when Houndstown got started, wasn't a thing. But it's a concept that quickly caught on.· Hounds Town USA offers a variety of services, including:o Fully interactive daycare that focuses on placing dogs in playgroups.o A curated experience based in understanding the canine pack mentality.o Boarding.o Grooming and spa services.· Key Differentiator: Hounds Town USA has built its ethic around founder Michael Gould's deep understanding of canine needs and training techniques. · A decade ago, Jackie was a book editor and writer with a long commute when she stopped by one of Hounds Town USA's first stores on Long Island – and was smitten, both by the business model and by the founder, whom she went on to marry!· What the ideal Hounds Town USA franchisee looks like:o Loves and appreciates dogs, of course.o Has customer service chops: The ability to forge relationships with customers and be the community face of the franchise.o Sales-oriented, extroverted people tend to thrive. It's a referral-based business that includes event sponsorship and civic involvement.o Some level of leadership or management experience (a lot of employees are young people who need mentoring and guidance).· Franchise Startup Costs: Between $400,000 to $650,000 to get a store fully built out, which covers all the initial franchise, marketing and launch fees. Owners are required to have $150,000 in liquid assets and a $500,000 net worth.· Hounds Town USA training looks like:o More than 100 hours of modules in three or four phases.o County headquarters oversee training on marketing, customer service and the early stages of getting the business poised to open.o Once about 80% of initial construction is complete, franchisees attend a six-day intensive, hands-on training (live business seminars and immersion) at the franchise's headquarters in New York.o Once an opening day is set, a team from corporate HQ schedules a 10-day onsite visit, including three days of pre-opening training and staff support. o Training includes a heavy emphasis on both kennel management and pet/employee safety.o Training Phase 3 includes another visit about six or eight weeks post-opening to provide an additional day or two of support and refresher training.o Ongoing weekly phone calls regularly address any issues that come.· Jackie highlights Hounds Town USA's nonprofit, which works hands-on to offer support for animal rescue efforts. To learn more about Hounds Town USA or other franchise opportunities, click here to set up a call.

    Sickboy
    A 2-Year-Old With The Testosterone Of A Fully Grown Adult?! - Feel Good Friday

    Sickboy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 72:30


    Lawn Summer Nights starts this week! Support our team below! Don't be like Taylor. Disability parking spots are for folks who need it! Canada may have found out what is behind Long COVID! CRISPR is 10 years old! Happy birthday! Dangerous drivers in the UK could be facing a life sentence. Juul may be looking at a full on ban in the U.S. Polio is creeping around the London sewers. Finally in this weeks WHAT THE HELLTH!? A 2-year-old boy was accidentally tainted with testosterone gel and it gave him pubes and the bone density of a 5 year old?! Sickboy's Lawn Summer Nights Team: DONATE HERE! https://bit.ly/3OHicLE Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

    Sickboy
    A 2-Year-Old With The Testosterone Of A Fully Grown Adult?! - Feel Good Friday

    Sickboy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 72:30


    Lawn Summer Nights starts this week! Support our team below! Don't be like Taylor. Disability parking spots are for folks who need it! Canada may have found out what is behind Long COVID! CRISPR is 10 years old! Happy birthday! Dangerous drivers in the UK could be facing a life sentence. Juul may be looking at a full on ban in the U.S. Polio is creeping around the London sewers. Finally in this weeks WHAT THE HELLTH!? A 2-year-old boy was accidentally tainted with testosterone gel and it gave him pubes and the bone density of a 5 year old?! Sickboy's Lawn Summer Nights Team: DONATE HERE! https://bit.ly/3OHicLE Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

    Fully Scored
    Fully Scored | Ep. 31 (Stephen Bulla & Howard Evans)

    Fully Scored

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 69:11


    Stephen Bulla is one of the most sought-after composer/arrangers in the world. Joining Matthew from the other side of the ‘pond', via Zoom, Steve talks about his life, his career in music and his faith. Dr Howard Evans is back to complete his analysis of Eric Ball's ‘The old wells' before Dale Caffull talks about his all-time favourite album. Steve Bulla then re-joins Matthew to have his knowledge put to the ultimate test in Bandmastermind.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Business RadioX ® Network
    David & Daelen Lowry with Fully Promoted Suwanee

    Business RadioX ® Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    David & Daelen Lowry/Fully Promoted Suwanee Fully Promoted Suwanee is a family owned and operated promotional products company located in Suwanee, GA. Using a custom approach tailored to each business, they help brands ensure they are fully promoted to their current and potential clients. From branded apparel and promotional products to trade show goods and […]

    Gwinnett Business Radio
    David & Daelen Lowry with Fully Promoted Suwanee

    Gwinnett Business Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    David & Daelen Lowry/Fully Promoted Suwanee Fully Promoted Suwanee is a family owned and operated promotional products company located in Suwanee, GA. Using a custom approach tailored to each business, they help brands ensure they are fully promoted to their current and potential clients. From branded apparel and promotional products to trade show goods and […] The post David & Daelen Lowry with Fully Promoted Suwanee appeared first on Business RadioX ®.

    PCTY Talks
    How to Build Psychological Safety at Work with Jeff Harry

    PCTY Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 26:11


    Psychological safety at work is critical to a team's ability to give and receive candid, respectful feedback. If your organization is looking to build a stronger feedback culture, it needs to start with a safe environment where employees feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and ideas. When team members feel safe, they're more likely to take the initiative and provide valuable feedback to the business. Listen in as Jeff Harry and host Shari Simpson. Talk about how companies can build psychological and emotional safety starting today. Jeff Harry, Workplace Play Consultant / International Play Speaker / Positive Psychology Play Whisperer. Jeff shows individuals and companies how to tap into their true selves, to feel their happiest and most fulfilled — all by playing. Jeff has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon and Facebook, helping their staff to infuse more play into the day-to-day. Jeff is an international speaker who has presented at conferences such as INBOUND, SXSW, and Australia's Pausefest, showing audiences how major issues in the workplace can be solved using play. Jeff was selected by Engagedly as one of the Top 100 HR Influencers of 2020 for his organizational development work around addressing toxicity in the workplace. His playwork has been featured in the New York Times, AJ+, SoulPancake, the SF Chronicle, and CNN. While we spend most of our time pretending to be important, serious grownups, it's when we let go of that facade and just play, that the real magic happens. Fully embracing your own nerdy genius — whatever that is — gives you the power to make a difference and change lives. Jeff believes that we already have many of the answers we seek, and by simply unleashing our inner child, we can find our purpose and, in turn, help to create a better world. Mentioned in the episode: Website: Rediscover Your Play  

    New Mindset, Who Dis?
    406 - Allow yourself to be "fully seen"

    New Mindset, Who Dis?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 24:58


    In this episode I talk about how to respond to judgement and what it means to allow yourself to be "fully seen." Visit betterhelp.com/newmindset for 10% off your first month of therapy. Get "The New Mindset Journal", "Single is your Superpower" and "UNBOTHERED"  (https://newmindsetwhodis.com/) Follow me on Instagram: @case.kenny https://instagram.com/case.kenny Text me! 312-584-4002

    Self-Developed
    SWITCHING GEARS, Letting Go & Becoming THE KINGS We Are! (Becoming Fully BALANCED...)

    Self-Developed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 18:22


    Hey guys, welcome back to another podcast on the SELF-DVLPD Podcast! In this one I speak of summer energy, changing gears and becoming the kings we are. I hope this podcast is able to help and with that said I will catch you all in the next one, cheers! :)

    The Berean Manifesto
    S3EP84 - Tipping? I thought that was for the cows...

    The Berean Manifesto

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 33:09


    S3Ep84 - Tipping? I Thought That Was For The Cows... [0:00] Hello and welcome. [0:07] to the Berean Manifesto season 3 episode 84. [0:20] I just wanted to touch base you know it's our weekly podcast as well as our live recording hello Zadie welcome in. [0:33] Just finished the countdown and you know so now is the time when we usually would. [0:42] Look at the fact of what's going on with everyone's week, and those kind of things the week my week has been a little crazy my girls were in Arizona, my my for the last couple weeks and on the way home right outside of. [1:07] Memphis they were, hits by a car that was didn't stop when they did, and so our week has gone a little, crazy you know everything was kind of getting ready for them to be home and then. That into the last couple of days has been just kind of trying to take care of all of that the car is pretty bad the back is the girls are safe but it definitely changed all of our weeks and you know reminded everyone how reminded us how important, just life in general is and how quickly things can go sideways and so You know I wanted to start off just kind of talking about how. [2:11] We've got to love on each other and and be lovey because of that. [2:18] So that was kind of my week. My Week was a little bit crazy we've got to take the car to the shop tomorrow luckily it was you know zaidi. [2:32] Physically zadie in the girls are fine emotionally they're still dealing with some stuff they're not sleeping super well having some nightmares and stuff so but overall they're safe and. You know she did the right thing and stopping and didn't hit the person in front of her and so you know she did great. [2:58] Yeah so that's kind of. What's going on in our lives at the moment it's a little crazy I didn't. [3:10] I didn't do a whole lot outside of work this week just kind of. Hanging out because waiting on you know you get excited that they're coming home and then after that it was the whole aspect of. Dealing with that over the last couple of days so that's been interesting experience Sue that's kind of how my week, as you can see it's just me pastor newms Pastor Bill is still on sabbatical, and so we're continuing with the series that we kind of started about. Living you know Christian Life aspect side of things that we started back a couple episodes ago but before we get into that will do the part of my. The part of the stream that I don't like but I'm continuing to do anyway. Which is getting to know the pastor's. The question is what is something that you forgot once that you will more than likely never forget again.   [4:35] And to be honest the answer to that question is nothing and the reason I say that is.I forget my own birthday I forget how old I am I forget my own allergies. [4:56] And will do things that are detrimental to myself like sit in a car for multiple hours with the top down even though the sun burns me very quickly, or touching plants when they make me break out without even thinking, so because of that I'm answering nothing because even to my own deficit. I'm going to say nothing now something I just remembered that a lot of dudes forget, so a lot of dudes forget their anniversary my anniversary was yesterday means 80 have been married 11 years I did not forget that necessarily this time even though life was crazy. Hey Grayson. Sorry yeah I forgot to put gas in the car. [6:01] The other week I forgot about that that was this week to yeah I actually ran out of gas on the side of the road this week because I was like oh we're fine we got plenty of gas and and then, vI didn't have plenty of gas yeah so there is nothing that is that is beyond me, forgetting forgetfulness is I'm real good at that. So yeah that's going to be the answer for this week is everything so. Looking at that now we've got. [6:47] Trying is trying to think if we want to talk about anything else before we get into the topic for the day I don't think so I think we're just going to jump right into the topic so the topic for today for those of you who are you know. Either it's written down below or on the sides are on top or if you're listening to the podcast that comes out, it's of course you know right there with the transcript of me babbling under it but the title for today is tipping. [7:20] I thought that was for the cows now the reason I say that is we all know. Cow tipping I'm in the South cows get tipped it's one of them things but. [7:36] As Christians, as modern Christians trying to spread faith hope and love and especially love because that's the one of the most important of those three because without it don't really have the other two, without love Jesus wouldn't have God would have sent Jesus etc etc without love no one come you know love is important, and With Love Comes the reason why we should tip our waitresses tip people tip. Situations especially here in America now I know in some countries tipping is a lot different so far International people. This this might not resonate in the same way because it's a little different in some countries but. Here tipping is important and. You know a lot of people are like well yeah I mean you should tip because you know it's nice and it's what we should do but it really goes, beyond that. [8:48] We should be tipping for multiple reasons you know one of which is we should be doing it too. Show love you know there are people who I used to work in the restaurant industry, and there were some we delivered pizzas at the particular place where I worked, and we would go to deliver and there were people who wouldn't want to take the deliveries to churches because they was 2040. Pizzas you know it's a it's an hour long delivery and they wouldn't tip it all but yet you've got to take the pieces all the way into the building you're carrying multiple loads it's a whole car full and at the end, no tip and as a delivery driver you're making a couple dollars an hour and you depending on the company you get paid a gas differential, not for the time that you're walking around and having to carry those pieces in and having to take care and give good customer service now I know that's one example and not every example is the same but in that. [9:59] You had people who were like I don't want to go to a church because if you go to a church they don't tip and then you hear from a lot of restaurant people I've not worked at a restaurant from as far as I can sit down restaurant but a lot of people, talk about how, the church crowd after Sunday don't tip as well and some people go so far as to do things like as Christians they'll say well I don't tip because the only person I give 10% to is God, I'm paying for my food I'm leaving and then or they'll leave like the track that looks like money but isn't that one is that one is not. [10:39] Cool you tip. And show the love of God you don't just you know oh well you know you need Jesus that's my tip for you it doesn't work, and you know I can say this as someone who, I worked in those Industries and someone who's done things like that but the more important thing that we should look at is you know, is it scriptural here its brand Manifesto you know it's that whole thing of self-study you know it's not someone just telling all of us what to think it's us coming together and working through aspects like the bereans so, let's look at some verses that have to do with tipping. Or being generous because that is one in the same now I could go for the stereotypical you know what you've done for the least of these you've done for me, that people, equate to hey we got to do stuff for people to help them out but I'm going to gloss over that one because it's. To me at least low-hanging fruit and so. I want to look at first thing we're going to look at here is Proverbs 11:25. And. [12:09] I have messed up my screens as doing this recording and have lost proverbs. [12:17] In doing so which is fun right here we go Proverbs 11. [12:36] What type of energy out here Proverbs 11:25 so. A generous person will be enriched and the one who gives a drink of water will receive Ron. People will curse anyone who Hoards grain but a blessing will come to the one who sells it so. [13:00] You know one of those aspects of looking at that is you know people are like well you know that means you know generous in nature that means you know sell at the right price that means. Working through you know hey we should be generous people not just you here preached often you know be a generous Giver give generously to the church but. [13:34] This also applies, and applies more in my opinion to we should be giving generously when we can to our up to the people around us you know we have if you have the ability. To do so you should be giving. Generously and tipping is one of the ways of doing that so the second place I want to go is 2nd Corinthians nine. [14:08] We're going to look at verse 6 and verse 11 and probably just. I did that wrong verse 11 and then we're going to look around it as well because of course we're not going to just take the verses. [14:22] Out of their contacts we want to look at them as a whole so this is Paul writing to the Corinthians. And part of what this passage is about is when he is. [14:44] Preaching he doesn't want to ask for, and offering while he's there he he says hey you should prepare in advance basically I'm going to charge a fee so that way it's ready as a gift and not as an extortion I don't want you to feel like you have to do, and he says the point is this the person who shows sparingly will also reap sparingly and he who sows generously will also reap generously, each person should do what he has decided in his heart not reluctantly or out of compulsion since God loves a cheerful cheerful Giver. And then we get down to verse 11 you'll be enriched in every way for all generosity which includes Thanksgiving to God which produces Thanksgiving to God through us so, the connotation of sorry the diction of it is he's talking about giving to a church and that we should be generous in doing so and that we should be that aspect but. When you when you look at it from the standpoint of. [16:00] Just money in general we should be generous in what we can do and so that that aspect of. You know well I paid for it I and then I moved on. You know but we should be generously giving to those people especially people who are serving us people who are taking care of us people are because a lot of our servers and stuff our don't have the means to make. [16:34] Their ends meet if they're not tipped because of the way America is has set up our economy aware around, serving around people who are servers and such and so because of that we really should be making sure, and you know this even goes back to the Old Testament as well the Old Testament has rules that are written for how we should. Pay workers and. I find it interesting because oftentimes I think we love is as Christians and as people to pick and choose what we follow out of the Old Testament and how we follow. In the New Testament and we decide what we're going to to read and follow and and I think this is one of those situations where we. Either miss it skip over it aren't taught it situations like that because to be honest when I started looking I had missed this and didn't know didn't even think about from a standpoint of. Wages in this way. [18:02] But so we're going to start in Jeremiah Jeremiah 22. Boom boom boom Jeremiah 22. [18:28] Sorry 22:13 typing in chat so people can have it for looking it up as we're going through this for those of you who are alive and not getting it recorded the prophet, Jeremiah says. Whoa for the one who builds his Palace through unrighteousness his upstairs rooms through Injustice who makes his neighbor's serve without pay and will not give him his wages, and then who says I will build myself a massive Palace for spacious rooms he will cut windows in it and it will be paired with cedar and painted bright red, when you look at it Jeremiah goes so far not to just say hey we shouldn't do it woe to the person who does because. [19:24] We are in especially in the American society. Not tipping creates not paying wages some of our servers. Are making literal like you know 23 depends on the state depends on other situations dollars an hour without those tips and, for us to withhold that from them and say things like well I don't tip because I give to God. That is wrong because you should be doing both if you're going to do something. [20:05] Because you're taking wages from people and. Not being generous and so then I'm going to skip to everyone's favorite book of the Bible because it is such a lovely. [20:24] Inspiring. Joking I love the book but you know it is often used interestingly which is Leviticus and then if we look at 19:13. Do not oppress your neighbors. Or Rob him the wages due to a hired worker must be must not remain with you until morning and it's a equated in a similar time period. Diverse directly before it is do not swear falsely by my name profaning the name of God I am the Lord right before that is do not steal do not act deceptively. Right after that is do not curse the deaf or put stumbling blocks in front of the blind so. I mean in this list of rules that we have. [21:26] It's stuck in here around some real important aspects. And so I think we really have to pay attention to it of you know now granted. One could say well tipping isn't required and so I'm not holding back wages from a person. Which is a technicality of being true but. Again then we go back to the generosity of God and the knowing people and knowing what they truly are making and knowing that it's expected in this country because the way we set our wages up, we should be doing it it's something that should be being done. [22:24] And to me Christians not supporting others is a failure of what we believe and whom Jesus was you know Jesus. Was always trying to take care of the poor the sick the, the people who were rejected the people who were outside of society you know situations like that so to hold back something from a group of people, just because they are a lower class or because they are a working class and that's how you feel there's a hardcore quotation marks I'm not saying that they are lower than I or anything like that I'm saying, that's a mindset some people have not the capital c Church, overall but there's a lot of situations where that is how people feel. That we are portraying and I think often. How people view US impacts so greatly especially in the. [23:35] Tumultuous climate that we are currently living. And Biggs makes a valid point that I wasn't necessarily going to say, but I agree with wholeheartedly which is if you can't afford to, you shouldn't be going out to eat you know you should be looking okay can I afford to go out to eat part of that is. The tip you should be considering that so thank you Biggs for saying that because I was trying to not go with that cliche but. Fully wholeheartedly believe it and for those of you out there who don't know. Biggs is my father and so a lot of, this thought process of when I found out that there are people who are like oh I don't I don't tip why would I tip a waitress you know I only give money to God or I'm going out on Sundays and you know except your eccentric cetera my favorite other people who are like why do you work, you know asking a server why do you work on Sundays you should be celebrating the Sabbath well why did you come out to eat today, because judging someone on when they choose their Sabbath you know we discussed that. I want to see it was last week feels like forever ago. [25:01] But we shouldn't be judging people on their abilities and and that's one of those aspects if you can't afford to tip you probably shouldn't go out to eat now I know there are some extenuating circumstances around where that could or could not. Be true but as a rule of thumb that is. Something we should follow I could see some situations because I'm of course a negative person who finds fault in everything. [25:29] You know there are some situations where I actually delivered a pizza one time to someone who, borrowed the money to pick up the pizza because she had ran away from an abusive spouse you know and of course, no one's going to hold that person against for not tipping so we're not we're not getting into that of hey there's a legalistic aspect of you know neither I or Biggs or anybody here is trying to say something like that of of that type of legalism because of course that's not, something we endorse here at the Collegian housing on the podcast here on the pre Manifesto is you know legalism doesn't make sense, everything should be being done out of kindness and love not. Just because you're supposed to and that's part of that aspect of generosity is. Just because you do something doesn't mean you've done it in the right way there are those people who are like I tip 13 and a half percent, because you're supposed to and you have to and and that's good that they're doing it, because it needs to be done but we should be giving generously of the thought process of I'm tipping, it's the right thing to do and I love the person and I don't want to injure or harm or cause anything, to the person the aspects that we should be. [26:56] Looking at is our motivations and are we doing things for the right reasons which a lot of times. [27:08] You know it shouldn't be a begrudging oh I have to tip again they put a tip line I have to tip you know it should be like ooh a tip line cool I mean bless this person let me help this person let me you know this is this is something I get to do it shouldn't be of this is something I have to do. And that's that graciousness gracious giving is not you know. Doing it because you have to it's doing it because you want to. [27:37] And so that's really what I wanted to discuss tonight this tipping there's no valid like there's no situation in life that's come up that caused me to want to talk about this. This is just kind of working through some of those aspects like I mentioned a couple of weeks ago working through some aspects that I believe is imperative to the Christian Life and I just want to, you know do the Siri do this series and get them out there while I have this opportunity because, there's always a joke with me and Pastor Bill or hear that Pastor bills the big face and on the little face in the corner so since I'm the big face almost say whatever I want, so unless chat has something they would like to ask or speak on or elaborate or have any questions that's really what I wanted to touch on I know most people in my family including my children it's actually really cute not to toot. Mine and my wife's horn but I'm going to one of my daughters I said something about. Tipping today because I don't know I can't remember whether it was my wife's 80 or my sister Phoenix. [29:00] I asked but one of them was like hey what are we talking about tonight and then we started talking about you know tipping over all and some of the points I was going to make tonight. [29:10] My daughter goes yeah I bought something at a restaurant and it was one of those walk-up places and I made sure to leave two dollars because I didn't know if that was the right amount but I had to leave two dollars because it's what I had and just two dollars and I was like good on you you know so she didn't know if she tipped the right amount, which isn't the important part the math isn't what's important the actions are what's important and to her she knew hey you got to tip people, and I thought that was really cool that she put those two together even in you know. They're they're not even teenagers yet and they know. I'm watching their grandparents and watching us and watching Phoenix and watching other people in their lives they know. And so that's really this one's a little shorter than some of our others because there's not a lot of competing. Thought processes are deep theological aspects to this it's really just hey you should be tipping people. When you can because it's the right thing to do to show that generosity as Christians we have to love and we have to. [30:38] Pay things forward to others so that's really all I have for tonight I noticed like I said this is a little shorter. A lot going on this week so I did not also take more than than some of the stuff I had done before this weekend so. I just want to you know we love you guys anyone out there listening we would hope you join us this podcast of course comes out on Wednesdays at 7 and. We record it live every Sunday on Twitch YouTube and Facebook. And if you want to join us be part of the conversation like Biggs was like zadie was, like Phoenix was in and even Grayson gave us a shout out tonight thank you Grace and if you're still here for that and, you know we're here to build a community and do this walking through together it's not, me just being here in speaking or Pastor Bill just speaking it's never what we want it not with the Ephesian house is about and definitely not what the podcast is about and so if you want to join us live we record it Sunday nights at 6:30 Central. [32:02] Standard daylight whatever time it is currently in this country because I can't remember what we call it now again see the beginning of the broadcast I can't remember things well whatever the abbreviation is it 6:30 Sunday nights that we record this and feel free to join us if you go to our website EK K dot house that's where you're going to figure out which twitch which, Facebook which YouTube it's posted on and you can of course join us Fiat which I will this week since my girls are home and everything is a little more right with the world try to be streaming some this week, on the twitch as well with gaming with the pastor's which is at the moment gaming with the pastor but hey it's still fun. Probably going to be playing some games and stuff they're so join us, and we can have some fun and I hope that you guys all have a great week and you're safe out there we love you and we will talk with you next time.

    Happy Sad Talk Thing
    #140: FULLY NAKEY

    Happy Sad Talk Thing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 45:02


    Mackin talks to Mackin and you about the Supreme Court, naked cyclists, vodka, Spoon, and new couch~ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Life Insurance Academy Podcast
    The Real Conversation that Every Agent Needs to Hear with David Duford

    Life Insurance Academy Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:13


    Fully committing to a job in Life Insurance Sales can be scary. We have been taught our entire lives to seek out employment with “benefits” to be considered successful. But is that really the case? In today's episode Roger and Chris sit down with David Duford, a highly successful agency owner and YouTube sensation, to discuss why fully committing to Life Insurance Sales can be hugely rewarding.  David talks about his own hesitancy to get into the Life Insurance Business and how he ultimately became the success story he is today.

    Cutting Against The Grain
    CIRS Deep Dive (If Carnivore isn't Fully Working)

    Cutting Against The Grain

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 41:42


    In this episode, Laura and Judy do a deeper dive into Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). If you struggle with chronic illness or a chronic autoimmune illness, make sure to check out this podcast episode. Carnivore, chronic illness, and autoimmuneReview of Melanocyte Stimulate Hormone (MSH)What symptoms NwJ looks for with Carnivore + CIRSCandida and CarnivoreCIRS 1: Check symptomsCIRS 2: Check vision testCIRS 3: CIRS BloodworkHow Judy knows if you're not fully healing with CarnivoreWhy Cholestyramine and Welchol are best for mold biotoxinsCIRS 4A: Lipid acid replacement (cell danger response)Histamines and MCASHow mold growsCIRS 4B: ERMI or HERTSMI Test (environmental testing)CIRS 4C: Limbic System Retraining support (mind-body support)CIRS 4D: MARCoNS TestingCIRS 4E: Finding a CIRS provider and healWhy mind-body matters (the placebo effect)Why your life depends on root-cause healing (it's not just a slogan)_____RESOURCES:CATG Ep 55. Mold, Autoimmune, Hormones and Meat-only CarnivoreNwJ CIRS BloodworkNwJ Free CIRS HandoutsOMAPREM (Lipid Acid Replacement)MegaOmega Omega 3sNwJ – What is CIRS YouTubeNwJ – Interview with Dr. Eric Dorninger (CIRS Practitioner)Dr. Shoemaker's VIP and Grey Matter Atrophy RestorationCellCore Products_____ SPONSORS: Carnivore Bar: Use “NWJ” at checkout to get 10% off your order._____ JUDY'S RESOURCES:Judy's Book, Carnivore CureFree #Carnivore75Hard ProgramNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesJudy's InstagramNutrition with Judy PodcastJudy's YouTubeJudy's Facebook_____ LAURA'S RESOURCES: Laura's LocalsLaura's Discount Codes & InterviewsLaura's AmazonLaura's YouTubeLaura's Instagram_____ DISCLAIMER: This podcast should never be considered medical advice. We always recommend working with your medical team. Do not self-diagnose. Always seek medical guidance when you have a medical condition.Use code NWJ at carnivorecure.com to get 10% off your order.

    Rockstar Confidence
    Can You Fully Surrender?

    Rockstar Confidence

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 22:54


    When I was a kid, I was pretty go-with-the-flow. Even if something happened that I wasn't expecting that day (say, a trip to the ER for my asthma), I remember not being thrown off or being mad or upset. It was more observing that my day was interesting, and that something unexpected happened. I never felt any need to get upset over a routine being interrupted or even worried about things that still needed to get done.   I've let adult life take over, though, and even though I still am pretty easygoing, my level of go-with-the-flow isn't exactly where it was when I was a kid.   And lately, this message of surrender keeps popping up for me in multiple ways. So today we explore if it's possible to get back to that level, to really fully surrender, and I pulled a few cards to cement the message.   If this message resonates, share this episode, tag me, and let me know your favorite part!   Download your free meditations here!   Follow me on the new Instagram!   Book recommendation: Conversations With God, Book 1, available anywhere you like to shop for books ;)   Start the Akashic Records Money Healing Sessions!   Choose your individual Akashic Records session! (This is separate from the money sessions--these are standalone sessions that can focus on any topic.)   Release energy blocks, gain CLARITY, and move energy on a SOUL level through Reiki energy healing! Click here to book your session! (**Card pulls always included with Reiki sessions!)   Ready for Reiki sessions on a regular basis? Purchase a 3-pack or even a 1-month package here!   Purchase a 3-card or 8-card Oracle reading here! (All done via email. Please allow up to 24-48 hours for a response.)   Purchase an Angel Tarot Card Celtic Cross 10-card spread! Options to do via zoom or email.   Join The Energy Within Facebook group!   Follow me on Facebook!   Visit my blog!   Download your FREE Abundance Meditation here!   Create your own positive affirmations without feeling cheesy or fake with the Affirmations Workbook!   Get the Confidence-Boosting Meditation Collection: 12 Guided Meditations to Increase Mindfulness and Focus, Reconnect to Yourself, and Build True Confidence   Support Operation Underground Railroad and stop child sex trafficking! Listen to Tim Ballard, founder of OUR, on the Jordan Harbinger Show!

    Grace & Truth
    Fully Surrendered

    Grace & Truth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 45:11


    Messages from Trinity Kimberly Way

    A lot is made of identity these days. We are told to be who we are. But who are we really?

    Becoming Me
    Performing vs Living Life Fully

    Becoming Me

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 28:34


    EPISODE 52  (BONUS)   When we are in performance mode we expect to be assessed, evaluated and we seek to impress. There are times when we need to be in performance mode but what if that's how we approach our whole life? We end up exhausted and our identities fuse with the roles we play. In this bonus episode I reflect about what happens when we don't get out of "performance mode" and end up never really LIVING our life as our full, human, imperfect and work-in-progress selves.Watch the original video of this episode here.Share this episode via this episode page.TRANSCRIPTAvailable here. PODCAST COMPANION WORKBOOK - Downloadable & Printable- 10 worksheets, over 30 exercises- Helps you integrate and apply the foundational principles to Becoming Me- Great for inner work and connecting with yourself in solitude- Includes tips for partner and small-group sharing- Free for all e-mail newsletter subscribersFIND OUT MORE SUBSCRIBE | FOLLOW | CONTACT Website:Visit www.becomingmepodcast.com to leave me a message and sign up for my newsletter! To see where else you can connect with me or my content, click HERE.Social Media:Follow Becoming Me Podcast on Facebook & InstagramFollow Ann Yeong on Facebook & InstagramDonate:Become My PatronIf this podcast has blessed you, please leave a review by clicking here.

    Ropes & Gray Podcasts
    Podcast: Fully Invested: Form ADV

    Ropes & Gray Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 16:53


    Reflect Forward
    How to Achieve Fully Authentic Success featuring Frankie Russo

    Reflect Forward

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 34:31


    Guest: Frankie Russo is all about fully achieving not just success but authentic success. According to Frankie, sometimes, we have to shatter something in order to rebuild it. And he knows a thing or two about shattering – his business and himself. Frankie has developed a portfolio of companies across multiple industries through his Russo Capital firm, including technology, advertising, marketing, automotive, music, agriculture, publishing, and finance. The beneficiaries of his investments have offices in the United States and India and serve 128 US markets. Frankie and his team have led two of his companies to become some of America's fastest-growing, privately-owned organizations for eight years. The Art of WHY (2016), Frankie's first book, was on Amazon's best-seller list in the self-help category and has been readapted and expanded into the rules-defying Breaking WHY. Frankie's highest calling is his family, and he happily lives with his wife and six children in Louisiana. Episode in A Tweet: Pursuing our true WHY and purpose never ends. Unless we continue to break it down and rebuild what leads us to a meaningful life, we will miss the beautiful journey of finding our WHY. Background: I met Frankie at a 3 Ring Circus event (now called Impact Eleven) in Bonita Springs, FL, and we immediately connected. Sharing substance abuse issues, we share similar stories of self-destruction – all in the name of chasing success. In this episode, we discuss the importance of asking yourself hard questions such as “why am I here?” and performing deep exploration to figure out your purpose in life. Frankie shares how finding your why is not a ladder, and there is no pinnacle. Instead, it's circular and ongoing – it's about the journey, right? In his new book "Breaking Why," Frankie breaks down the steps needed to achieve a more substantive version of ourselves in both our personal lives and in the realm of business and entrepreneurship. By exploring the role emotions can play in hindering AND empowering us, Frankie ultimately argues that pursuing a singular, self-driven “I” is the ultimate misinterpretation of success. A champion of authenticity and a proponent of harnessing “strategic emotions,” Frankie aims to debunk the common conception that emotions are an aversion to having a successful life. Using the tools and hacks in Breaking WHY people from all walks of life will realize that it can be just as essential to break the rules as it is to make and follow them. This is a real, raw and funny interview. I know you'll love Frankie as much as I do. How to find Frankie: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankie-russo-30ab531a/ www.frankie-russo.com https://www.instagram.com/frankierusso/ https://www.instagram.com/theschoolofwhy/

    Practical Wisdoms
    How to Accept Yourself Fully and Connect to Your True Authentic Self

    Practical Wisdoms

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 29:12


    Are you true to yourself? Do you like who you are? Many of us struggle with confidence and self-love. It's so easy to compare ourselves to others and zero in on the ways we feel lacking. But we should all celebrate our individuality. How can you learn to accept yourself fully and connect with your true, authentic self? We spoke with Barbera Schouten, a transformation coach, about how to embrace the things that make you unique. Barbera Schouten is a transformation coach, a speaker and an author. She specializes in helping people who feel different than others to be deeply connected with their authentic (spiritual) self, have a crystal clear vision of the life they truly want to live, unleash the power that is already within them and reignite their passion and purpose so they can have a soulful, profitable business, achieve their dreams, and live a fulfilled life on their terms now!Barbera has written four books and created three online programs. She regularly writes blogs on LinkedIn that have helped even more people to "come out of the closet." Barbera has her own TV show called HSP TV on YouTube in which she talks about all things HSP, energy, and entrepreneurship related.Read more at petite2queen.com/accept-yourself-true-authentic-selfSupport the show

    Paralegal Coffee Talk (Beginner Paralegals) by Leslie Sansone Williams
    Are You Fully Embracing What the Paralegal Career is and What it is Not?

    Paralegal Coffee Talk (Beginner Paralegals) by Leslie Sansone Williams

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 3:01


    Are You Fully Embracing What the Paralegal Career is and What it is Not? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/paralegal-coffee-talk/message

    Telecom Reseller
    Customer Service Says it All, Podcast

    Telecom Reseller

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 7:57


    If you are looking for a hardware and software distributor, the products are important but the customer service when buying and supporting the products is even more important. John Zador, Chief Revenue Officer at 888VoIP and Gary Audin recorded this podcast at the ITEXPO show in Fort Lauderdale, FL. John provides insights and experiences that 888VoIP has encountered in their customer support. He emphasizes that just having trained staff is not enough. They must be consistent in their customer support. Continuity of support is also relevant. John says that 888VoIP's goal is to “make business easy to do.” 888VoIP focuses on driving the success for their customers. They identify and understand their customers' project-specific requirements, and then apply in-depth knowledge of their manufacturers' products and technologies to meet them. Their customer service delivers expert tailored solutions designed to help customers win sales and grow their business. 888VoIP is the go-to distribution source for VoIP and collaboration-focused hardware and software solutions. Fully staffed with manufacturer-certified and trained engineers, technical support personnel, and knowledgeable channel managers, 888VoIP can assure successful completion of the most complicated of projects. They have warehouses on both the East and West Coasts, ensuring rapid order fulfillment across the country.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Quarantine-free travel to Niue begins today

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:21


    Niue is the latest Pacific Island to open to New Zealand. It is one of the few countries that has not experienced community transmission, with just a handful of cases recorded at the border. Fully vaccinated passengers will be allowed to enter without isolation from today. Passengers on the first flight are currently checking in. RNZ Pacific Reporter Lydia Lewis spoke to Corin Dann from Auckland Airport's international terminal.

    Wine for Normal People
    Ep 431: The Grape Mini-Series -- Sémillon

    Wine for Normal People

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:57


    Sémillon used to be the most planted white grape in the world. From its native home in France to Australia, Chile, South Africa, Argentina, and beyond, it was planted en masse to pump out large quantities of flavorless bulk white wine. The problem was that Sémillon doesn't cooperate when it's forced to high yields. It loses acidity and it lacks flavor unlike some other grapes that can still muster some umph when over-cropped (Chenin blanc, Sauvignon blanc, Colombard, to name three).  For this reason, plantings were replaced and the grape became unpopular. Photo: Sémillon, Bordeaux.com  Today it is grown in limited quantities but two distinct areas– Sauternes/Barsac and Pessac-Leognan in Bordeaux and the Hunter Valley of Australia --  create wines that are incredibly specific and unique. Demand and fascination with these iconic wines means that cultivation of this grape is not doomed!   Here are the show notes: The origins of the grape Although we don't know the parentage, we do know the grape is from southwestern France. It is likely from Bordeaux Until the 1700s, producers were only using the grape in Sauternes (at this point it was already a sweet wine, as records from 1717-1736 at the local abbey show) Later, it was found in St-Emilion, from which it derives its name. The name most likely comes from Selejun – the local pronunciation of Saint-Emilion     Sémillon in the vineyard A thick-skinned grape, part of the reason it was so widely planted was that this feature makes Sémillon pretty resistant to molds and mildews (although, thankfully not botrytis). This feature of the grape helps make it easy to grow and it can be quite vigorous, which is why it was so used and abused in the past! The grape buds later and ripens earlier than its blending partner, Sauvignon blanc, and this short growing window means it is not as susceptible to spring or autumn frosts The grape is versatile on soil types – it can thrive on gravel, calcareous clay, sand, and other types making it incredibly adaptable Fully ripe Sémillon will have big yellow to nearly copper colored berries Low yields are best Château d'Yquem, the most famous Sauternes producer in the world, allegedly makes one glass per vine. The rest of Sauternes yields about 24hl/ha, and lower quality regions yield 80 -100 hl/ha. Hunter Valley in Australia – 60 hl/ha **M.C. Ice and I fully acknowledge that we have no idea what a hl/ha looks like but we use the numbers for comparison sake – ratios are still helpful, right? ** Photo: Australian Semillon, courtesy Wine Australia Climate can vary enormously and the grape can still perform: In Sauternes, special climate conditions must exist (we discuss later) Top dry white areas of Graves and Pessac-Leognan have warmer sites for Sémillon, which allows it to get fully ripe, adding lushness to the blend with Sauvignon blanc In Hunter valley, humidity with tropical storms are best! Because the area has strong cloud cover there is less direct sun so it slows photosynthesis, despite heat. The humid afternoons somehow help build acidity. The light, sandy soils that contain some loam and iron have good drainage, during rain     We discuss the growing regions for most of the remaining part of the show France: Bordeaux France grows more Sémillon than any other country and most of the plantings are in Bordeaux, specifically – Graves, Pessac-Leognan, and Sauternes 50 or so years ago, half the production in Bordeaux was white, mostly from Semillon, which traditionally made up 4/5 of any white wine in the area, sweet or white, but now has taken a backseat to Sauvignon Blanc, which offers more acidity to the wine in a warming climate  Photo: Bordeaux vineyard, Getty Images via Canva subscription   Sauternes, Barsac In Sauternes, Barsac (please see episode 369 for more info) and the sweet appellations of Cadillac, Ste Croix du Mont, Loupiac, and Cerons Sémillon is always partnered with Sauvignon blanc, which also receives botrytis well but maintains its acidity. Wines are hand harvested, with several passes through the vineyard to get the right level of botrytis, which can be patchy and can be grey rot if it developed poorly on the grapes Botrytis is a fungus that affects the grapes right when the fruit forms. It concentrates sugar and creates honeyed, apricot, mango flavors with a viscous mouthfeel from the glycerol it produces. Alcohol levels range in the region -- the minimum in Sauternes is 13% but it can well over 20% ABV For botrytis to form, a region needs foggy nights and early morning, followed by warm and sunny days. This is essential in the autumn, and is a very consistent weather pattern in the sweet wine regions of Bordeaux, which botrytized wine can be made nearly every year These wines are aged for long periods in oak barrels Some, like Chateau Climens in Barsac, are 100% Sémillon   Dry white appellations In Graves and the lighter, sandier regions of Pessac-Leognan, Sémillon is often the biggest percentage of the blend. The best versions – Haut-Brion Blanc and La Mission Haut-Brion Blanc (different Châteaux, owned by the same group = confusing, I know) – are hundreds of dollars a bottle and often have Sémillon as the main component, but it's vintage dependent In Pessac-Leognan, 25% of blend must be Sauvignon Blanc, and the trend is to favor that grape over Sémillon both because it's easier to grow, and because it has acidity. From good producers, these wines can age for decades The grape can be in Côtes de Bordeaux blancs and in basic Bordeaux blanc from better producers Sémillon adds fullness to the texture and when it is aged in oak (as is the case with Sauternes, Barsac and in Graves and Pessac-Leognan), it can have peach, mango, nuts, and toast flavors, which contrast well with Sauvignon blanc's more “green” aromas. If Sémillon is not aged in oak, it can have citrus, grass, notes without much flavor. When it is fully ripe and aged in oak, it is fat in texture with lemon and tropical fruit and has lower acidity.   Other places in France Sémillon grows... Southwest France has the sweet wine of Monbazillac (like Sauternes) and dry white of Bergerac Provence and the Languedoc, but not of any quality     Australia Makes the most distinctive dry white in Australia and was first planted in the Hunter Valley where it gained popularity for its ease to grow, high yields, and resistance to disease It went from being the workhorse grape in the 1980s, to accounting for only 3.1% of the total Australian crush today More than half of Australia's Semillon comes from the bulk New South Wales region of Riverina Hunter Valley in New South Wales The warm, humid climate of the Hunter Valley isn't conducive to most grapes but Semillon (no accent on the “e” in Australia!) changes from a grassy, lemony acidic wine into a dark yellow, nutty, honey and straw-scented viscous wine if grown and made under certain conditions To achieve this, growers pick early, before the summer rains and the grapes have very high acidity. Alcohol levels are around 10-11% ABV, and most of the wine spends no time in oak for fermentation nor for aging – it is put in stainless, fermented cold, and bottled. Wines in their youth are like Sauvignon blanc – citrus, green herbs, and straw flavors persist, with high acidity. After 5-10 years of storage the wine darkens and tastes like honey, toasted, grilled nuts and seems like it has been in an oak barrel (hasn't) – a total odd ball. Although the grapes can have some botrytis, this phenomenon is just a result of the rainy, tropical growing conditions To learn more about Hunter Valley and the Semillon, listen to ep 309, with the amazing Connie Paur Griffiths of Tranquil Vale, an excellent small producer located there Tyrells is the famous producer here (especially Vat 1 Semillon). Also Brokenwood, Silkman, Andrew Thomas    Photo: Hunter Valley Vineyard, credit Wine Australia   Western Australia: Margaret River: Popular for blends of Semillon and Sauvignon blanc You will see Semillon-Sauvignon Blanc or Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon on the bottle, the first name indicates which grape dominates the blend These wines can be made in a juicy, fruit style with no oak, or oak fermented and/or oak matured to last longer Producers: Vasse Felix, Cullen, Cape Mentelle, Leeuwin   South Australia Adelaide Hills: Wines are like white Bordeaux in that they are picked early and blended with Sauvignon Blanc to avoid oiliness, too much ripeness. They sometimes use oak, sometimes not. Charlotte Dalton is the big producer here. Barossa: Sometimes makes varietal versions that show the purity of the grape, sometimes use big oak and can be toasty and Chardonnay-esque. Producers: Torbreck, Peter Lehmann, Henschke in Eden Valley Clare Valley: Can be more refined than Barossa but still peachy with apple and citrus and fuller body. Oak influence is common. Producers: Mount Harrocks, Pauletts Riverina: Is notorious for low quality bulk wine but a pocket of it develops botrytis easily and makes high quality sweet wines: McWilliams, De Bortoli     New Zealand has a small amount of Semillon in Marlborough, Hawkes Bay, and Gisbourne   South Africa Semillon was once so important it was called “greengrape” because of its bring green foliage By 1822, 93% of the vineyard land planted was Semillon. Then it was commonly just called “wine grape” but by the 1900s it began its sharp decline It is grown now in Stellenbosch, Swartland, and Franschhoek. Some areas have older bush vines. Producers like: Cederberg, Steenberg, Vergelegen , Mullineux are using more Semillon in blends with Sauvignon Blanc (some sweet, some dry versions)   United States   California Barely uses Semillon but vines that were imported in the 1880s to the Livermore Valley in northern California, were allegedly from Château d'Yquem Vines that live in the Monte Rosso vineyard in Sonoma date from 1886 and can make excellent wines. Morgon is an example Sierra Foothills: Some here, notably my friend Lorenzo Muslia of Andis makes the Bill Dillian Semillon that has great acidity but silkiness and hay, herb, and melon notes (for the podcast with Lorenzo click here) Photo: Andis Wines   Washington State Big decline in plantings and they usually a blend with Sauvignon Blanc Popular from Walla Walla producers: L'Ecole 41 – lemon curd, nut and toast notes with a pretty full body, Amavi (episode with Amavi here) – slightly more acidic and less full with more citrus and grass notes but still with a rich body     Others countries that use Sémilllon Chile: Because of the Bordeaux link, has Semillon and usually uses it for blends or Sauternes-like sweet wines. Semillon used be 75% of white vines in Chile! Argentina, Uruguay have some nice examples Canada     Food Pairing Ideas Sauternes/dessert styles: blue (Roquefort) cheese, foie gras, scallops, fruit based-dessert Lighter styles: Oysters, shellfish, white fish or chicken dishes with citrus or herbal sauces or creamy sauces, salads, goat and sheep's milk cheeses _____________________________________________ Research Sources: “Wine Grapes” by Jancis Robinson, Dr. José Vouillamoz, Julia Harding “Grapes & Wines” by Margaret Rand and Oz Clarke https://www.bordeaux.com/us/ https://www.wineaustralia.com/ Fiona Beckett – Matching Food & Wine As always, talking to people about the grape who grow it, and drinking a lot of the wine itself – Sémillon is awesome! __________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ From our Sponsors... Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on big names or boutique brands from all over the world at up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Don't forget to go to the store page to see what wines I love with descriptions I have written.    If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes  

    The Landscape Photography Show
    Fully Embrace Photography With Andrew Baruffi

    The Landscape Photography Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 42:19


    Andrew Baruffi joins The Landscape Photography show to discuss his discovery of small scene nature photography to battle depression and the creation of his new book, "Heal."

    Grace South Bay
    Fully Forgiven - Leviticus 16

    Grace South Bay

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:08


    1. How do you minimize the effects of your sin? your neediness for sacrifice?2. How would you feel if your sins were confessed in front of all of Israel?3. When have you felt true freedom from a failure or mistake?4. Where do you most often find your worth?5. What would it take for you to rest today?6. When have you struggled to forgive? or receive forgiveness?

    960 KZIM
    Biden must fully enforce ban on imports from China

    960 KZIM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 8:55


    Inspirational Living with Shunda Jenkins
    Episode 58 How to Fully Embrace Your Authentic Self?

    Inspirational Living with Shunda Jenkins

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 20:05


    In this episode Shunda Jenkins shares the importance of embracing your full self. Living an authentic life is part of you discovering your true life's purpose. If you struggle with people pleasing, knowing your self-worth, or lack a sense of meaning in life, this episode is for you. Tune in to learn how you can start living your authentic life. Thanks for supporting, stay tuned to the next episode. Instagram: Shunda Jenkins Facebook: Shunda Jenkins Instagram: Shunda Jenkins Facebook: Shunda Jenkins Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/zayner/falling License code: KSBUKGIBIY2ZMSAD --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shunda-jenkins/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shunda-jenkins/support

    Morning Affirmations Meditation for Women
    Affirmation: I Am Fully Expressed

    Morning Affirmations Meditation for Women

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 8:21


    To be fully expressed means that you give yourself permission to be yourself. Fully. Unapologetically. So be here now,  Imagining yourself blossoming like the wildflowers, Ready and open, Calm and connected. JOURNAL PROMPTS: What does it mean to you to be fully expressed? In what areas of your life could you be more self-expressed? Who do you admire for their ability to completely be themselves?

    The Art Of Coaching
    E228 | How to Choose the Right Platform for Your Message

    The Art Of Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 41:21


    What is your first thought or reaction when you get this text message? “That's fine.” The sender could have meant “I agree with everything you just said/ suggested,” or “I have no opinion and will have no problem with the option you've chosen,” or “that's the dumbest thing I've ever heard but I'm going with it because I don't care to contribute to the decision.”  The issue with text messaging as the medium is that without any other incoming information, the receiver simply can not tell what the sender really means. This is just one aspect of communication that must be considered when choosing the correct medium for your message. Today's episode will answer and discuss these popular questions: What is meant by “medium” and what are the different types?Presentational, Representational,  and Technological/ Mechanical          How do I know which is the right one to use so I don't give off the wrong impression?Social Presence and Media Richness How do I teach my teen (or anyone) to understand and apply this? Also mentioned in today's episode was E126: Eight Obstacles to Building Buy In. If you want to learn more about all things communication, NOW is the perfect time to check out any of our 3 online courses!  We are excited to announce that Bought In, ValuED, and Blindspot are all on sale starting July 1!  Just use the code GROW30 to get 30% off!   Today's episode is brought to you by our loyal partners Dynamic Fitness & Strength + Momentous!    Dynamic is our go-to equipment partner. Fully customizable and manufactured in the heartland of America- if you're looking to outfit your home gym or weight room visit mydynamicfitness.com to get started. Tell them Brett and the Art of Coaching Team sent you! Speaking of achieving performance, recovery and health at the highest level, we'd be remiss not to mention our greatest partner in the space- Momentous. Check out their entire line of protein and supplements at livemomentous.com and use code BRETT25 at checkout for 25% off your first order and 15% off any subsequent orders!

    Sermons from LifeJourney Church
    The Biblical Case for Fully Spiritually Empowered Women

    Sermons from LifeJourney Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


    Most churches refuse to treat women, gays, and transgender people as full, equal partners in ministry. LifeJourney Church is different! If someone asked you why, could you make the Biblical case for equality? Join us for a new sermon series that will equip you!

    Catholic Preaching
    Fully and Freely Responding to the Lord’s Call to Follow Him in a Eucharistic Life, 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (C), June 26, 2022

    Catholic Preaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 26:43


    Fr. Roger J. Landry St. Francis de Sales Chapel Archdiocese of Oklahoma City Pastoral Center Retreat for the Sovereign Order of Malta Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C June 26, 2022 1 Kings 19:16,19-21, Ps 16, Gal 5:1.13-18, Lk 9:51-62   To listen to an audio recording of today’s homily, please click below: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/6.26.22_Homily_1.mp3 […] The post Fully and Freely Responding to the Lord’s Call to Follow Him in a Eucharistic Life, 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (C), June 26, 2022 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.

    The Cloudcast
    What VMware might look like under Broadcom

    The Cloudcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 45:28


    Dave Vellante (@dvellante, CEO/Co-Host of @theCube) talks about the VMware acquisition by Broadcom and the potential future of the combined organization. SHOW: 629CLOUD NEWS OF THE WEEK - http://bit.ly/cloudcast-cnotwCHECK OUT OUR NEW PODCAST - "CLOUDCAST BASICS"SHOW SPONSORS:Datadog Kubernetes Solution: Maximum Visibility into Container EnvironmentsStart monitoring the health and performance of your container environment with a free 14 day Datadog trial. Listeners of The Cloudcast will also receive a free Datadog T-shirt.strongDM - Secure infrastructure access for the modern stack. Manage access to any server, database, or Kubernetes instance in minutes. Fully auditable, replayable, secure, and drag-and-drop easy. Try it free for 14 days - www.strongdm.com/signupRevelo: Sidestep the competitive US talent market by hiring remote engineers in Latin America. Source, hire, and pay Latin American engineers in US time zones with one service. Revelo manages all the paperwork including benefits, payroll, and compliance. Hire a full-time engineer with a 14-day trial. Revelo.com/cloudcastSHOW NOTES:SiliconAngle - The Voice of Enterprise Tech (homepage)theCube - Event CoverageBroadcom will tame the VMware beast (Dave Vellante)Broadcom to acquire VMware for $61BBroadcom to transit VMware to subscription model (The Register)Brian Madden's perspective on VMware (former VMware employee)Topic 1 - Welcome back to the show. Lets jump right into it - did you expect VMware to get sold this quickly after finally being “free” of a parent company?Topic 2 - “Accretive acquisition bringing $8.5B of EBITDA by Year 3” - this seems to be the statement (headline) that really has people talking. What does it mean, and what does it say about the future plans that Broadcom might have for VMware?Topic 3 - Let's walk through their slide “Multiple Levers to Increase VMware's ProfitabilityTopic 4 - We all know that vSphere/ESX is the cash cow and isn't going anywhere. Beyond that, how do you potentially see other parts of the portfolio moving forward - VMware on AWS, NSX (networking), VSAN (storage), Tanzu (AppDev)?Topic 5 - Could you see companies like Cisco or HP or NetApp or Dell buying any of those businesses (especially NSX or VSAN) so that they have permanent attachment to vSphere?  Topic 6 - Do you have any experienDev InterruptedBehind every successful tech company is an engineering org. We tell their story.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

    Family Worship Center, Pueblo
    Fully Armed Part 4 | 6-12-22 | Pastor David Smith

    Family Worship Center, Pueblo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 44:48


    Just Keep Thriving Podcast
    157. Never settle... EVER (Day 4)

    Just Keep Thriving Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 18:31


    This is day 4 of 7 of the daily series helping you develop  unwavering confidence in your ability to go fully after the money you  desire while   doing the work you're meant to do. Day 4 is all about never settling and going FULLY after what you desire in business. This is your last week to join Money Magnet  Vibes:  https://www.jonnieagresta.com/offers/ZkXXkPAW/checkout

    NOW of Work
    Building Cultures of Connection with Chris Rollins - Digital Meetup Series

    NOW of Work

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 67:01


    Leadership is never easy. It demands all of you. We talk a lot about bringing our whole selves to work, leading with empathy, the power of authenticity in creating cultures of connection. What if you're a leader who also happens to be an LGBTQ person? You require safety and support, especially if you seek to create judgement-free, compassionate workplaces where people can show up as who they are. WHAT A WIN THAT WOULD BE. Fully empowered humans leading with their authentic selves, using their unique voice to lead and inspire others. That's the type of executive coaching Chris Rollins provides, he tells a powerful story, as we continue to honor and celebrate Pride Month. Listen in as we talk with Chris about the power of authenticity, leading with empathy, building coaching cultures, and being an LGBTQ+ leader

    The Money GPS
    Why We're Now Fully In the Worst Crisis of Our Lifetime

    The Money GPS

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 14:59


    TOPICS AND TIMESTAMPS: This is Key 0:00 The Downturn 0:16 Economic Issues 5:57 Recession 9:24 Property Is the Crisis Risk to Watch as Stocks Enter Bear Market - Bloomberg https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-06-21/property-is-the-crisis-risk-to-watch-as-stocks-enter-bear-market?cmpid%3D=socialflow-twitter-view&utm_source=twitter&utm_content=view&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_medium=social#xj4y7vzkg The world's bubbliest housing markets are flashing warning signs , Real Estate - THE BUSINESS TIMES https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/real-estate/the-worlds-bubbliest-housing-markets-are-flashing-warning-signs Fed's Bowman wants 75 bps hike in July, 'at least' 50s after that, Government & Economy - THE BUSINESS TIMES https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/government-economy/feds-bowman-wants-75-bps-hike-in-july-at-least-50s-after-that Inflation Responses by Central Banks Have Destroyed Trust - Bloomberg https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-23/inflation-responses-by-central-banks-have-destroyed-trust?srnd=premium-canada Mexico Delivers Record Rate Hike, Says More Increases Coming - Bloomberg https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-23/banxico-delivers-record-rate-hike-with-inflation-at-21-year-high?srnd=premium-canada Hong Kong Benchmark Rate Quadruples in Month on USD Peg Defense - Bloomberg https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-24/hong-kong-s-key-rate-quadruples-within-a-month-on-fx-peg-defense?srnd=premium-canada Germany to Trigger Phase Two of Three-Stage Emergency Gas Plan - Bloomberg https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-23/germany-to-trigger-phase-two-of-three-stage-emergency-gas-plan#:~:text=Germany%20warned%20that%20Russia's%20moves,in%20triggering%20the%20financial%20crisis. Germany Looks at Potential Rationing of Natural Gas After Russia Cuts Supply - WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/germany-looks-at-rationing-natural-gas-after-russia-cuts-supply-11655978153 Predatory lenders are making money off of rising gas and food prices - CNN https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/23/business/money/payday-predatory-lending-inflation-gas/index.html Ken Griffin Moving Citadel From Chicago to Miami Following Crime Complaints - WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/ken-griffin-moving-citadel-from-chicago-to-miami-following-crime-complaints-11655994600 LayoffsTracker – Track all Tech & Startup layoffs globally https://layoffstracker.com/

    Morning Meditation for Women
    Meditation: Ayn Rand (Daily Quotes) ❤️

    Morning Meditation for Women

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 12:17


    I see the fire in your eyes, The flames deep inside.  I see your determination to live, Fiercely, Authentically, Fully. “The question isn't who is going to let me: it's who is going to stop me.” Ayn Rand. JOURNAL PROMPTS: How do you feel after this meditation?  What do Ayn Rand's words mean to you? 

    Throwing Fits
    *PATREON PREVIEW* Fully Shafted

    Throwing Fits

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 12:04


    Our podcast is calling your name. This week, Jimmy and Larry are picking up the pieces to talk podding in a ran through crib post-photoshoot escalation, the point of drawstrings, smuggling sea turtle skin over the border, the 7th Floor Crew, nicotine bans, one group chat's rap rollout assessment and speculation, Honestly Nevermind, what we love about Drake and his classic albums, 808s & Heartbreak, the stark contrast of seeing Pusha T rap his ass off live, the sheer genius of French Montana's grasp or lack thereof of the English language, the best meal in a New York minute, James jumping over the jortman, 1” inseams, Lawrence attending his first pride parade, whether or not you can say bussy on mic, dark regrettable moments of podcasting past, TF vs. Nolita Dirtbag, the anatomy of IG beef and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Bull & Fox
    Guardians are in first place, but are fans fully bought in on this team

    Bull & Fox

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:57


    Matt and Dustin discuss the Guardians' standing in first place, whether fans have fully bought in to this team and more. 

    Bought + Beloved with Kirby Minnick
    For The Christian Who Sinned Sexually

    Bought + Beloved with Kirby Minnick

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 30:58


    Sex before marriage… let's talk about it. Let's address the shame, the guilt, the feelings of unworthiness and distant from God. Let's examine the hope of the Gospel and the truth today that God FULLY loves you, FULLY redeems you, and FULLY understands what you're going through. I hope this gives you hope, healing, and joy because God forgives and washes your sins away!

    Holmberg's Morning Sickness
    06-20-22 - Not Fully Understanding Why Commanders Asst Coach Jack Del Rio Can't Give His Opinion On Something And Was Fined For It

    Holmberg's Morning Sickness

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 11:13


    Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Monday June 20, 2022

    The Art Of Coaching
    E227 | Stu McMillan: No B.S. Leadership Lessons from an Olympic Coach

    The Art Of Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 98:33


    With more than 70 Olympians and 30 medals to his name, there aren't many coaches as prolific as Stu McMillan.  But did you know he'd had 38 jobs by the time he was 37 (including one as a “baked potato boy”)?  How about that he didn't start working in elite track & field until his 40's? This week, we had the chance to sit down (in person!) with Stu and discuss topics and questions he seldom addresses: The ONE thing every coach needs to learn and take more seriously  His unique definition of effective leadership and how he implements it daily Where he draws the line on sharing personal and business information with his staff Why more coaches should start sharing their work publicly Stu McMillan is the co-owner and CEO of ALTIS. He has been a professional S&C and Sprints Coach for over 28 years, and has worked with professional and amateur athletes in a variety of sports - with the focus being on power and speed development. Stu has personally coached over 70 Olympians at 7 Olympic Games; over 30 of whom have won Olympic medals. Most recently, he coached British sprinter Jodie Williams to a sixth-place finish in the 400m at the Tokyo Olympic Games. If you want to learn more about Stu's work at Altis, you can visit Altis.world. To connect with Stu, you can find him on Twitter -  @StuartMcMillan1 and Instagram - @fingermash.  If you have any questions you would like answered in Part 2, please submit them on our website OR email them to us at info@artofcoaching.com. In addition to sending us your questions, don't forget to register HERE for our FREE workshop on June 28th, as we discuss the slimy topic of self-promotion.  We know selling yourself and your work can feel gross.  But if you're creating real value that can help even one person, we believe you have a responsibility to share it.  If you don't, either someone else will or you'll be passed over and left behind.  Let us give you tools and strategies to do so in a tactical and ethical way, ultimately allowing you to make the impact you want. Today's episode is brought to you by: Dynamic Fitness & Strength: These guys are our go-to equipment partner. Fully customizable and manufactured in the heartland of America- whether you're looking to outfit your home gym or entire weight room, visit mydynamicfitness.com to get started. Tell them Brett and the Art of Coaching Team sent you!   Momentous: Whether you're an elite athlete, weekend warrior or just looking to improve your everyday health / performance, check out their entire line of protein and supplements at livemomentous.com and use code BRETT25 at checkout for 25% off your first order! My personal favorites are their fish oil and magnesium, both of which I attribute to my better sleep and recovery.   VersaClimber: Some people might have a love-hate relationship with these guys but we have a LOVE-LOVE relationship with them. No matter the type of athlete, when it comes to low impact, full body conditioning- there's not a more efficient piece of equipment out there. Make sure to check them out at versaclimber.com, give them a call and mention the code AOC15 for 15% off!