When con artist Harry Virtue learned of Dr. Richard Barber's heroic demise, he guessed no one would bother to tell medical authorities in the UK. So he went there -- and, stealing Barber's name, went into practice. (Gardiner, Coos County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see https://offbeatoregon.com/1810b.1812.fake-doctor-impersonator.html)
This podcast on the pathophysiology, clinical presentation and ocular manifestations of Sturge Weber syndrome was developed by Miles Jaques, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia with Dr. Jennifer Ling, an ophthalmology resident at the University of British Columbia, and Dr. Gardiner, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC.
Widowed while in office, John Tyler remarried just a few short years after his wife passed at the age of 51.Though he'd been courting Julia Gardiner for several months, it was a catastrophic accident aboard the warship the USS Princeton that prompted Julia to reconsider. So just what happened on board the USS Princeton? And how did it lead to marital bliss? Tune in to find out. For transcripts, source material, and how you can support the show, please visit the website at www.civicsandcoffee.comSupport the show
We are coming up on 10 months on the air for 'Beyond Recovery'.I'd like to thank all the listeners & watchers! Due to the ever-growing audience, (thank you so much btw) I decided to re-post this episode, which was technically Episode 0.This was originally posted back on April 8th, 2022...which just so happened to be my 3-Year Sober Bday.Here is the previous show notes: "Hello everyone!I come to you on my 3 Year Alcohol-Free Bday!It has been quite the journey over the past 40 years of my life. I am here to share with you the highs and the lows of my recovery, and beyond!I am very excited to see where this podcast goes...I already have some great guests booked for the coming weeks.Find me
This CPS Podcast will discuss Neurofibromatosis Type 1 or NF1, a congenital neuro-oculocutaneous disease and its possible neurologic, ophthalmic, and cutaneous manifestations. The podcast was created by Miles Jaques, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia with the support of Dr. Jennifer Ling, an ophthalmology resident at the University of British Columbia, and Dr. Gardiner, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC.
In this summer instalment of erstwhile podcast This Must Be The Place, Liz Taylor (no, not the actor – who is dead by the way) talks with Brendan Gleeson (no, also not that other actor). Brendan Gleeson is Professor of Urban Policy at the University of Melbourne and has had a decades-long career in publishing urban research. But since 2021 Brendan has for health reasons “stepped off the plate” from heading the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute – he hasn't read an academic theory text in over a year, and has instead been rescaling his focus to the local and the everyday of life in the Hotham Hill area of North Melbourne. Brendan's recent projects include setting up an independent press, Shiel Street Press (named for the North Melbourne street – also home of the Public Records Office), publishing a book of poems based on Gardiner Reserve in North Melbourne (“Records of the Loss Property Department of Gardiner Reserve”), and researching the life and times of a long-lived cockatoo (Cocky Duggan) who lived in a hotel in North Melbourne in the mid 20th century and was known for his “more than passable impersonation of men vomiting”. Gardiner Reserve is a place Brendan suddenly spent a lot of time in, living and observing at a walking pace, and the “Records of the Loss Property Department of Gardiner Reserve” book is a faux-corporate drama made up of pictures and poems, in large part inspired by items left behind in the park that Brendan's flat faces onto – beginning with the triggering sight of a set of sparkly children's shoes discarded (but neatly arranged) in a playground. From these lost and found items – shoes, toys, milk crates, crochet rugs, single crutches, the routine sadness of lost cat signs - the discussion gets on to themes of loss, grief, time, decay, children gone and grown, and the broader cultural fascination of discarded objects. Liz ties it into Walter Benjamin's Arcades Project and his theories of modernity and decay, and to “Found Magazine” including Speckles the proto-viral “Loss Cat”. Also covered are municipal micro-regulations, public trees, Blue Lake, urban noises (lots of them are in the background), the anxiety of public toilet announcements (“door locked – your maximum use time is…”), North Melbourne Swimming Pool, and of course concluding with the tale of Cocky Duggan of the Court House Hotel. It was a long conversation and most of the background on Shiel Street Press has been cut but you find more information here - https://www.shielstreetpress.com.
Simplifying complex subjects like research and policymaking is essential in producing videos that people will want to watch and understand. Establishing a professional video studio can help educate young leaders about these topics. In this episode, Chris Schwager (Co-founder and Video Marketer of Ridge Films) is joined by Chris Gardiner (CEO of the Institute of Regional Security or IFRS) in a newly-built podcast studio in Canberra, to discuss why engaging policy makers through videos is the best foot forward to explain complex topics. Learn how developing communication skills for digital platforms play a role in influencing community and global debate. Chris Gardiner also discusses his resolve in signing up for DIY Video Program to give IFRS an edge over global competitors when it comes to producing professional videos in volume to inform and influence global perception, and give young leaders access to develop and integrate skills towards modern policymaking. FOLLOW CHRIS GARDINER or check out The Institute for Regional Security website to learn more. DIY VIDEO PROGRAM Create your own videos with a push of a button. ASK YOUR QUESTION What has you feeling overwhelmed? Let us help you solve the mystery of video marketing. CONVINCE YOUR BOSS Download our guide to help decision makers understand the importance of video marketing their business. THE POWER OF VIDEO MARKETING View on demand in 60-minutes. 7 lessons to kickstart your video marketing journey. RIDGE FILMS YOUTUBE Catch new episodes of the Video Made Simple podcast on our Youtube channel. Let us know what you think and feel free to like, comment, and subscribe.
In today's episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner as they get you caught up on the top storylines, performers and teams from 2022. Cottrell and Gardiner get listeners caught up on the latest storylines and highlights from across Men's Basketball in the NCAA Division II and NCAA Division III. Gardiner and Cottrell break down the rankings, top players and performances of the last month and get you ready for upcoming conference play. For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email email@example.com For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
Slutspelet närmar sig och det finns bara ett fåtal platser kvar att knipa. Detta avsnitt spånar vi om vilket av de kvarvarande lagen som har chansen att gå vidare. Dessutom tackar vi av JJ Watt för en fantastisk karriär samt diskuterar det senaste kring Derek Watt och Nathaniel Hackett. Tack för att ni lyssnar!
In today's episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner as they get you caught up on the top storylines, performers and teams from 2022. Todays podcast features the latest storylines and highlights from across Men's Basketball in the USCAA, NCCAA and NAIA. Gardiner and Cottrell break down the rankings, top players and performances of the last month and get you ready for upcoming conference play. For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email firstname.lastname@example.org For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
Laurie and Joe continue to explore the literature of Enoch and look into the second and third books to find what clues are found about the space travel of ancient aliens. Fallen Angels and The Origins of Evil, E. Claire Prophet, (1983), Summit university Press, Gardiner, MThttp://ldysinger.stjohnsem.edu/@themes/judaism/kabbalah/02_3rd_enoch.htmhttps://www.marquette.edu/maqom/slavonicenoch.htmlSupport us on Patreon.com
Ryan Sabol & James Gardiner on the hard-court are a dynamic duo — two of the Eagles on Eye Street's finest — Ryan sets ‘em up; James knocks ‘em down! Bing-bang-bomb (goes the dynamite)!Everybody who knows, knows that Gonzaga Basketball is LEGIT — the DMV and country over! Thank you Ryan and James for your candid take on one of the best high school basketball programs and thank you for telling your story and speaking your passion!Happy Friday and enjoy the last couple days of 2022 — and if ‘22 for you ain't all that and a bag of chip, ‘23 is is just around the corner with plenty of gluten-free options (even though the UTZ chips I eat are free of gluten — as I pretend to know!)Disclaimer/spoiler: R & J and I sat down on the 23rd to talk hoop and I should have dropped the ‘cast then, but it is kinda cool to hear the young men talk about such a cool and important trip to NYC and then deliver — ‘Zaga Eagles are still undefeated — but they face the vaunted Hoyas of North Bethesda on Wednesday of the New Year — how about that cross-town, uptown, downtown Jesuit rivalry!?
durée : 00:11:35 - Disques de légende du lundi 26 décembre 2022 - En 1740, Haendel a pratiquement cessé de composer des opéras italiens et consacre de plus en plus d'énergie à l'oratorio anglais sur des sujets bibliques. Pourtant cette œuvre unique dans la production du compositeur, n'est ni un oratorio, ni un opéra, mais plutôt une grande ode pastorale.
Tonight, we shall read the next part to “Pride and Prejudice”, written by Jane Austen. In the last episode, Elizabeth leaves on her summer holiday with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner. Their tour of Derbyshire takes them near Pemberley. Mrs. Gardiner suggests they visit the estate. Elizabeth consents to go only when she learns that Darcy will not be there. — read by V — Support us: Listen ad-free on Patreon Get Snoozecast merch like cozy sweatshirts and accessories Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
That's The World We're Living In Episode 69 (Nice): Goblin Mode Guests Becky Dixon and Bobby Rosso join host Rory Cunningham to talk; Christmas tree. Real or Fake? Sour old man, Cony vs Gardiner, Pep rally, heckling, Typhoid Rory, 13 people in a van movie, dog shoots owner with shotgun, forgetting my age, sword swallower mishap, what would we do in a circus?, CTE with boxers and fighters, Goblin Mode, just the long sleeve tee, golfer bites man's nice off, high school football nights, getting blown up by my gym teacher, pilk and cookies, grizzly bear vs gorilla, Chicago or NY style pizza, duels to settle arguments, best type of pickles, expiration dates, Nickelodeon or Disney?, Disney's Dough, Nickelodeon shows, cable channels, Kool-Aid man, bucket lists and more @thatstheworldwerelivingin --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rory-j-cunningham/support
Backed by decades of experience producing exceptional clinical outcomes, Kintinu Telerehab connects recovery to everyday life. In this podcast, we explore hot topics in rehabilitation, the keys to personal growth and recovery, and how to apply it all to the real-world.In this episode of Kintinu'd Conversations, Brad Dexter, Claire Thelen, and Tim Benak welcome Bob and Nancy Gardiner to the podcast. An otherwise-healthy Omahan, Bob suddenly lost all function below the shoulders. His paralysis resulted from an extremely rare neurological disorder called Guillain-Barré syndrome.The initial diagnosis was bleak, but after more than five years of perseverance and focused training, Bob has defied the odds. Now walking, driving, and participating in an intense functional fitness class multiple times a week, Bob shows that no mountain is too steep to climb, and that no goal is too lofty to reach.You can learn more about the Gardiner's journey here.Enjoy!Listen to the episode on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, and Buzzsprout, or on your favorite podcast platform.
We speak with Colin Gardiner, startup advisor and founder of Karta Labs and Yonder Ventures. Colin shares his valuable perspective on balancing marketplace supply and demand, pricing strategies, predictions for the future, and more. https://www.linkedin.com/in/colingardiner/ http://yonder.vc/
The infamous dark tunnel is that period between going from two or three locations, where systems are easier to manage and funding is easier to secure, to the uncharted waters of eight plus locations. During this time frame, it's difficult to grow because banks want to see if the CEO is capable of scaling an actual organization rather than just chair hopping.Dr. Gardiner shares how he got into the multisite practice game and the difficulties of getting through the dark tunnel. Get in touch: singingriverdentistry.com srdpartners.com If you need help finding the perfect location or your ready to invest in commercial real estate, email us at email@example.com. Sign up for a FREE vulnerability analysis and lease renewal services View our library on apple podcasts or REUniversity.org. Connect on Facebook. Commercial Real Estate Secrets is ranked in the top 50 podcasts on real estate
Jack joins the podcast to discuss the battle with social media, making complex harmony work, anxiety and moving past it, therapy, languages and more!Jack's Artist Pick - Tabor Mullins - https://www.instagram.com/tabormullinsCHAPTERS0:00 What a question...5:27 RADAR Festival9:36 Making Complex Harmony Work CLIP16:26 Dealing with the Audience Expectation21:23 Finding your Visual Identity25:50 Comparing Levels of Success CLIP Bumblefoot35:20 Battling with Social Media / Dopamine CLIP53:49 Hateful Comments57:00 Anxiety and Therapy1:07:52 Finding your own voice as a guitarist1:09:58 Teaching Complex Ideas1:16:06 Swiss Life1:17:13 Languages and Music CLIP1:24:08 The Next Guest's Question1:26:00 Jack's Artist Pick1:27:03 It's Not Rocket Science...1:27:30 Finishing UpNew Episodes Mondays and Thursdays - Subscribe for more!Find us on Socials:https://www.instagram.com/ttsdpodhttps://www.instagram.com/joe_rowley_97https://www.tiktok.com/@ttsdpod*About The Podcast*Turn That Sh*t Down hosts some of the most exciting and compelling conversations between host Joe Rowley and a variety of guitarists, drummers, bassists, producers, vocalists and music industry professionals spanning across multiple genres from Heavy Metal, to Rock, Blues and so much more! Topics of conversation tend to include mental health, self improvement, issues in the music industry, trends in heavy metal, guitar playing and more.*Current Credits*Current Credits - Ryan Roxie (Alice Cooper Band), Rob Chapman, James Monteith (Tesseract), Rabea Massaad, Adam De Micco (Lorna Shore), Dean Lamb (Archspire), David Davidson (Revocation), Nick Johnston, Jason Evans (Ingested), Baard Kolstad (Leprous) George Lever, Sophie Burrell Josh Baines (Malevolence), Cole Rolland, Jacob Umansky (Intervals), Rudy Ayoub, Gabe Mangold (Enterprise Earth), Sped Spedding, Tim Mills (BareKnuckle Pickups), Simon Dobson (Parallax Orchestra), Craig 'Goonzi' Gowans (Bleed From Within), Mike Malyan (Monuments), Rusty Cooley, Eric Steckel, Greg Koch and more!*Affiliate Links*Looking to start a podcast yourself? Head over to Buzzsprout using the link below to claim your FREE $20 Amazon Gift Voucher when you sign up!Buzzsprout - https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1906077*Thanks for reading this far - you're the best.*
Matt Gardiner spent his high school years playing XBOX, becoming a master of Call of Duty and Halo. In college, he discovered that exercise could help relieve the stress of studying for the CPA. Then, with the CPA Certificate in hand, he took to triathlon, competing at the half-Ironman-length distance events. While training for his first marathon, a bike accident landed him in the OR to repair his broken collarbone. Desperate to keep his fitness, arm in sling, he hoisted himself up on an indoor trainer and began to ride. A friend suggested this new computer program that made riding indoors fun, called Zwift. With Matt, it was an immediate connection, his love of gaming, attention to numbers and date and desire to ride and compete has led him to where he is today - racing indoors year round and managing one of the top eSport teams in the world: Saris/Nopinz. Today, we talk about the road from couch to one of the most prolific Zwift riders in the world. www.sarisnopinz.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/saris.nopinz/?hl=enTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mgardiner_sarisnopinzSupport the show by rating and reviewing, and sharing with friends! If you'd like to support the show financially, you can go to BuyMeACoffee.com or directly with Venmo: @David-Mable - I'll send you a Bike Talk sticker made by my friends at Bike Rags Apparel -So head on over to Buy Me a Coffee and look for Bike Talk with Dave.https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dmable122QAND HATS! Put your order in for a limited edition Bike Talk with Dave hat! Bike Rags Apparel is creating a dad-hat style black cap embroidered with the Bike Talk logo! Order yours today for only $20 (local pick-up. Throw an extra five bucks on for shipping and I'll mail it to you... with a sticker!). Venmo is easy @David-Mable Thanks also to Bikeiowa.com who serves as the online host of Bike Talk with Dave. BikeIowa.com is your one stop shop all kinds of cycling events news, information and trails in Iowa and around the midwest! And if you're hungry and looking for a unique treat for your company holiday or end of year party, check out DSM Boards! Order a custom charcuterie board from DSM Boards - serving everything from breakfast themed boards or traditional meat and cheese platters.https://dsmboards.wixsite.com/dsmboards We use Riverside.fm to record non-face-to-face interviews. Riverside offers separate tracks for easy editing, high quality video recording, live-streaming to your favorite platform, like YouTube, Facebook and instagram, as well as editing and posting. Click this link to sign up, https://riverside.fm/?utm_campaign=campaign_1&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=rewardful&via=david-mable
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In today's episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner as they preview the 2022 Small College Basketball Champion's Classic. Twelve games over two days featuring some of the top teams and coaches in the country! Cottrell and Gardiner preview this weekends NCAA D3, NAIA and NCCAA D2 games taking place in Aberdeen. SD. Friday, November 18 Illinois Wesleyan vs. Nebraska Wesleyan St. Joseph vs. Wisconsin-Oshkosh Carroll vs. Morningside Indiana Wesleyan vs. Dakota Wesleyan Northern State vs. Ferris State Minnesota Duluth vs. Point Loma Nazarene Saturday, November 19 Wisconsin-Oshkosh vs. Nebraska Wesleyan St. Joseph vs. Illinois Wesleyan Indiana Wesleyan vs. Morningside Carroll vs. Dakota Wesleyan Northern State vs. Point Loma Nazarene Minnesota Duluth vs. Ferris State For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email firstname.lastname@example.org For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
In today's show I am joined by Alex Gardiner ex SAS Squadron Commander and author of ‘The Devil's Magistrate' his first book.Alex served as an officer in the Royal Greenjackets, and then as a troop and squadron commander in 22 SAS before leaving the British Army to command 1st Regiment The Sultan's Special Force in Southern Oman. Since then, he has covered conflict in Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen. As well as hearing about Alex's life in the Army, we discuss his new book, an exciting thriller, which I thoroughly enjoyed and can recommend to those listeners who relish a fast moving, plot twisting and intriguing tale!Alex's links;https://www.facebook.com/alexgardinerauthorhttps://www.instagram.com/alex_gardiner_53/www.undercurrentstories.com
In today's episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner as they recap the 2022 Small College Basketball Hall of Fame Classic. Ten games over two days featuring some of the top teams and coaches in the country! Saturday's recaps include post game interviews. Sunday's games are recapped by Cottrell and Gardiner. Saturday, November 5, 2022 Hillsdale 64 Dallas Baptist 57 Nova Southeastern 101 Alabama-Huntsville 81 Lincoln Memorial 108 Valdosta State 80 Florida Southern 96 Flagler 80 NW MO State 78 West Texas A&M 62 Sunday, November 6, 2022 Alabama-Huntsville 83 Lincoln Memorial 81 Nova Southeastern 95 Dallas Baptist 65 Hillsdale 79 Valdosta State 65 Florida Southern 92 West Texas A&M 90 NW MO State 88 Flagler 75 Cottrell and Gardiner review the 2022 Small College Basketball Hall of Fame All Classic Team: Chaney Johnson, AL Huntsville Max Shulman, AL Huntsville E.J. Dambreville, FL Southern Joe Reuter, Hillsdale Kyle Goessler, Hillsdale Dallas Graziani, Nova Southeastern RJ Sunahara, Nova Southeastern Kyle Young, Flagler Luke Waters, NW MO State Diego Bernard, NW MO State Most Valuable Player Jadin Booth, Florida Southern For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email email@example.com For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
In today's episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner as they preview this weekend's SMALL COLLEGE BASKETBALL Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Cottrell and Gardiner introduce each of the 9 Players, 2 coaches and Contributor Earl Lloyd as part of this years Small College Basketball Hall of Game Class. Listeners also get a preview of the weekend's Hall of Fame Classic taking place at Jenkins Fieldhouse on the campus of Florida Southern College Saturday and Sunday… the hosts breakdown each of the 10-elite NCAA Division II men's basketball programs competing this weekend. For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email firstname.lastname@example.org For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
WinVC is a women VC investor-led initiative aiming to facilitate the success of women VC investors and women-led VC firms, and attract more women from diverse backgrounds into VC investment roles. WinVC's aim is to bring together women in VC to learn from one another, develop new opportunities, facilitate collaboration and help foster female talent in the industry. On this week's episode, our guests are WinVC's incredible founders, Andrea Gardiner, CEO & Founder of Jelix Ventures; Ingrid Maes, Founder & Managing Director of W23; and Michelle Deaker, Founding Partner & Managing Director of OneVentures. According to a recent report by Deloitte and SBE titled Accelerating women founders: The untapped investment opportunity, only 0.7% of all private start-up funding in FY22 went to solely female founding teams, despite funding increasing tenfold between FY18 and FY22. A separate AIC report highlights that just 25% of VC investors are female, with VC female partners sitting at 15%. Andrea, Ingrid and Michelle have joined forces for WinVC to tackle the issue of diversity in VC head on. They firmly believe that diversity leads to better decision making and fund performance. And that having more diversity (ie women in VC) will lead to better investment decisions will being made which will help our startup ecosystem in Australia, in turn bolstering the county's economy. Quickfire Round: Read - The Economist, Atomic Habits, Harvard Business School Website Watch - The Power of the Ring, Blacklist, Extraordinary Attorney Woo If you're a woman in VC and are interested in membership, please head to the WinVC website (https://winvc.com/) to express your interest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BACH/KUHNAU: Der Gerechte kommt um (adaptación y arr. para coro y orq. del motete “Tristis est anima mea” de Kuhnau) (7.09). Coro Monteverdi, English Baroque Soloists. Dir.: J.-E. Gardiner. Sonata para tecla nº 4 en Do menor “El lamento de Ezequías” (6.59). B. Alard (clv.). Weich, ihr Sorgen, aus dem Hertzen (15.57). M. Feuersinger (sop.), Capricornus Consort Basel. Dir.: P. Barczi. In te Domine speravi (8.22). B. Steude (sop.), Concerto con voce. Dir.: J. Katzschke (órg.). HEINICHEN: Loure (Concierto en Sol mayor) (1.42). Musica Antiqua Köln. Dir.: R. Goebel.Escuchar audio
In today's episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner previewing the upcoming NAIA's Men's Basketball season. Cottrell and Gardiner recap last season's National Championship and preview the Preseason Top 25 teams this season. Hosts provide insight and analysis of players to watch, the transfer portal and more on the third episode of the Small College Basketball podcast, second season. For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email email@example.com For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
In today's episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner previewing the upcoming NCAA Division III Men's Basketball season. Cottrell and Gardiner recap last season's National Championship and preview the Preseason Top 25 teams this season. Chris and Rob give insight and analysis on players to watch, the transfer portal and more on the second episode of the Small College Basketball podcast, second season. For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email firstname.lastname@example.org For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
Have you ever been in a situation where you just can't find the words to express how you are feeling, and then all of a sudden you come across a word that perfectly captures how you feel? Isn't it empowering to finally have a name for that feeling or experience so you can share it with others? Language is an incredibly effective tool for communication and expression. It not only helps you understand who you are, but it also alters the way you see the world. There are simply not enough words to adequately describe the various kinds of emotions and relationships that people are capable of experiencing, which is why communities, such as the LGBTQ and polyamory, are developing new vocabulary. In this episode, Dr. Georgi Gardiner discusses some new vocabulary words that she covers in her essay, We Forge the Conditions of Love, in an effort to raise awareness. In the aforementioned essay, the author discusses how people's conceptions of love impact their romantic relationships and offers suggestions for how to direct and mold them. Dr. Georgi Gardiner is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and a fellow of the American Council for Learned Societies (ACLS). She previously held the Andrew Fraser Junior Research Fellowship at St. John's College, Oxford University. Georgi received her doctorate from Rutgers University and Undergraduate and Masters degrees from Edinburgh University. Her research interests include the philosophy of love, sexuality, and sex work. She also researches beliefs about trauma and rape. Check out the transcript of this episode on Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode 6:22 What is linguistic luck and how can it affect your romantic relationship? 8:17 Love has a very permissive flexibility of meaning. 13:27 An example of social forging: holiday romance or a summer fling. 18:51 How can trying on various interpretive frames of oneself be an empowering cognitive skill? 23:15 How to switch between being disempowered and being empowered. 27:12 What influences societal constructs, and how are communities broadening the vocabulary they use to describe their relationships? 30:42 What is limerence, and how might it influence how people perceive love and romantic relationships? 34:22 Are you really experiencing falling in love or is it just limerence? 44:21 How can people utilize this knowledge more in their daily lives? 47:42 Find out more about Dr. Georgi Gardiner and her work. Mentioned We Forge the Conditions of Love (essay) Living with Limerence (book) ERP 286: How to Know if You Experience Limerence & What to Do About It – An Interview With Dr. L Shifting Criticism For Connected Communication Connect with Dr. Georgi Gardiner Website: georgigardiner.com Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins Twitter: @DrJessHiggins Website: drjessicahiggins.com Email: email@example.com If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here. Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship. Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here. Thank you! *With Amazon Affiliate Links, I may earn a few cents from Amazon, if you purchase the book from this link.
In this weeks episode, listeners join co-hosts Chris Cottrell and Rob Gardiner previewing the upcoming NCAA Division II Men's Basketball season. Cottrell and Gardiner recap last season's National Championship and preview the Preseason Top 25 teams this season. Chris and Rob give insight and analysis on players to watch, the transfer portal and more on the first episode of the Small College Basketball podcast, second season. For more information on today's episode and Small College Basketball, you can tweet at us @coach_cottrell_ or @smcollegehoops… or email firstname.lastname@example.org For all of the latest news and highlights of NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, NCCAA and USCAA Men's Basketball follow Small College Basketball on Twitter @smcollegehoops or visit www.smallcollegebasketball.com For more information visit https://anchor.fm/scb_podcast
In this episode, we explore the most (in)famous book of occult sciences in the history of the Islamicate World: the Shams al-Ma'arif (Sun of Knowledge).WARNING: I am quoting from the book in this episode. Those concerned about its dangers might want to avoid listening to this episode.Sources/Recomended Reading:Al-Buni, Ahmad ibn ‘Ali. “The Sun of Knowledge (Shams al-Ma'arif): An Arabic Grimoire in Selected Translation”. Translated by Amina Inloes & Illustrated by J.M. Hamade. Revelore Press, 2021.Coulon, Jean-Charles (2022). “Amulets and Talismans in the Earliest Works of the Corpus Bunianum”. In “Amulets and Talismans of the Middle East and North Africa in Context” (Edited by Marcela A. Garcia & Petra M. Sijpesteijn). Brill.Gardiner, Noah (2012). “Forbidden Knowledge? Notes on the production, transmission, and reception of the major works of Ahmad al-Buni”. Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies 12 (2012). University of Michigan.Gardiner, Noah (2014). “Esotericism in a manuscript culture: Aḥmad al-Būnī and his readers through the Mamlūk period”. Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan.Gardiner, Noah (2017). “Esotericist Reading Communities and the Early Circulation of the Sufi Occultist Aḥmad al-Būnī's Works”. Arabica 64 (2017) 405-441. Brill.Gardiner, Noah (2017). “Stars and Saints: The Esotericist Astrology of the Sufi Occultist Ahmad al-Buni”. Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft (Spring 2017). University of Pennsylvania Press.Melvin-Koushki, Matthew & Noah Gardner (2017). "Islamicate Occultism: New Perspectives". Brill. Saif, Liana (2015). "The Arabic Influences on Early Modern Occult Philosophy". Palgrave Macmillan. Saif, Liana; Francesca Leoni; Matthew Melvin-Koushki & Farouk Yahya (2021). "Islamicate Occult Sciences in Theory and Practice". Brill. Saif, Liana (2022). “Narratives of Danger: The Sun of Knowledge in Arabic Occulture”. Article: https://www.leidenislamblog.nl/articles/narratives-of-danger-the-sun-of-knowledge-in-arabic-occultureSavage-Smith, Emily (ed.) (2004). "Magic & Divination in Early Islam". Ashgate Publishing. Van Bladel, Kevin (2009). "The Arabic Hermes: From Pagan Sage to Prophet of Science". Oxford University Press.Varisco, Daniel Martin (2017). “Illuminating the Lunar Mansions (manazil al-qamar) in Sams al-Ma'arif”. Arabica 64 (2017), 487-530. Qatar University."The Openings Revealed in Makka", al-Futuhat al-Makkiyya by Ibn 'Arabi. Translated by Eric Shu'ayb Winkel. Vol. 1. Pir Press.“Shams al-Ma'arif al-Kubra”. Arabic Printed Edition by Dar al-Mizan. #occult #magic #middleeast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Andre is with a special guest, Cher Gardiner, to talk to us about religion, vibration, ascension, and how to be happy and stay happy despite what's happening in the world today. Cher shares insights about the current state of the youth, which is one in 10 high school students have attempted suicide. She then gives her learned opinion on the bigger conversation about what we can do, how can we get out of that state, and raise our vibration to be able to step into love and help the world with the same. Make sure to listen to this episode and open your mind to the wisdom that will shed light on a lot of key principles that will bring you freedom, joy, and peace. Quotes: “I think it's unfortunate what's happening to our parents, the parents that are in charge of those children, because you are given those children, you are given the opportunity to be stewards over those children and guardians and guides over those children.” - Cher Gardiner “There's power and being conscious, activating a thought applying an emotion to it, and then doing an action because an action is essential in order for you to move forward.” - Cher Gardiner “Your emotion is either love or fear. And then, you choose the frequency or the feeling that supports it, and then you can ascend.” - Cher Gardiner “Consciousness is what creates matter in manifestation.” - Cher Gardiner Mentions: https://badasseryfactory.com/ Text BADASS to 55444 for SMS updates and contents Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BadasseryFactory Bootcamp: https://badasseryfactory.com/bootcamp/ Group Coaching: https://badasseryfactory.com/group-coaching/ https://georgeonline.com/ Power Vs. Force, by Dr. David Hawkins Show Notes: (00:00) Podcast Intro (00:43) Greetings and updates (03:52) Introduction of Cher Gardiner (05:27) How is Cher inside with what's happening in the world (06:29) The concept of spirit (08:52) A death experience of losing our identity (12:43) The concept of self-loathing (16:03) Understanding the lower worlds' system and how to move into the higher planes (23:29) How to get to your heart center (29:13) The concept of religion (34:03) Ascension - the higher dimensional aspect of who you are (41:24) Where is heaven? (43:03) If it feels good, keep doing it (47:04) Why do people get stuck in negativity and drama? (49:42) What you can do to help get to a phenomenal 2023 for yourself (54:58) Understanding that we are creators (1:02:57) Updates and events announcements
Liz Truss resigned as prime minister of Great Britain on Thursday after just 45 days on the job.It's possible that her predecessor and fellow Conservative Party member, Boris Johnson, will seize upon the moment and become prime minister of the United Kingdom again, just months after he resigned from the position, according to The Heritage Foundation's Nile Gardiner. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation.)"There's a lot of speculation that Boris Johnson ... is going to run as a candidate in the Conservative Party leadership race," says Gardiner, a former aide to then-British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and now director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at Heritage. "Having met Boris on many, many occasions and hosted him here at Heritage, I think that Boris, if he decides to run, would be a very, very powerful candidate."Truss will remain prime minister until a successor is named. Gardiner joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss why Truss failed, the lessons that can be learned from her short tenure, and what is next for Great Britain. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's not just Gil Penelosa who has ideas about the highways in Toronto. On Thursday, John Tory was speaking with Greg Brady of Toronto Today and said he might consider adding tolls to the DVP / Gardiner if re-elected. We spoke with Jay Goldberg, Executive Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Association, who says that adding tolls would hurt families and could be a gateway for more tolls on other highways.
Join Oliver as he chills with multitalented marvel Rory Gardiner for the season 3 finale episode! Armed with great comedic timing, killer musical chops and an insatiable drive to perform, Rory's accomplishments within the entertainment industry are copious! With deep roots in country music, Rory is a CCMA nominated artist who has shared the stage with great acts like Keith Urban! He has also channeled his musical skills into both comedy and children's albums, as well as having his original songs and comedy sketches featured numerous times on television. After being acquaintances for some time now, Rory and Oliver finally get to know each other better in this fun and interesting conversation. Rory talks about travelling all over the world for his art and balancing that globetrotting with his homelife and duties as a parent. Oliver learns about Rory's creative process and how he was able to develop such a whopping presence on TikTok. Rory discusses the tornado that mangled his house a few years ago, leading him to conduct a TED Talk about using humour as a coping mechanism for calamity. All this and so much more! Recorded on October 8th, 2022 Audio/Visual Production by Jason Lam Shang Leen Edited (poorly) by Oliver George Additional editing and graphics by Maverick Reilly ARCADE- Oliver: 21 / Guests: 10 (No match, Rory had a show that night and had to boot!) ©2022 Just Chill with Oliver George https://rorygardiner.com/
Carita adores words, and much of her moxie is fueled by writing them, reading them, speaking them, and encouraging others to love them as much as she does. In this episode, Carita helps Main Street Moxie launch a new literary genre called Mox Lit. She came prepared with a moxie-filled reading list to share with listeners. Carita also offers her moxie secrets and advocates for small daily habits to advance toward one's goals. She reads widely, voraciously, and enthusiastically for enrichment and escape. In this episode, she confidently responds to the age-old teen question of why reading Shakespeare is valuable. Carita is a master English instructor and class dean at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, CT. She's also an aspiring author of romance and young-adult fiction. While pursuing her MFA in creative writing, she wrote a romance novel and has several other works of fiction in her creative pipeline. She also created her author website, caritagardiner.com, publishes a weekly Why Wednesday blog, and shows her abiding affection and respect for grammar through GrammarLove. Carita walks her 110-pound Bernedoodle named after a hockey goalie (not from her favorite team–Go Blackhawks!); listens to podcasts on writing, science, economics, and romance novels–and moxie; plays old-lady ice hockey with the Salisbury Stingers; prolifically knits afghans and charity caps; devours romance novels and anything caramelly (not chocolatey); pushes anti-racism efforts; mentors new teachers; wears sparkly shoes; makes to-do lists; lifts small weights; walks with friends; and loves her husband, two daughters, and extended family.This episode is proudly sponsored by Oblong Books (where all the books Carita discusses are available in-store or online) and Elyse Harney Real Estate.Go to the Main Street Moxie website for the show notes to Carita's episode and her exclusive Mox Lit reading list.
Do you Boomatonic bruv?! Longtime friend of the show and all round six string legend, Jack Gardiner returns to chew the fat and catch us up with all going on with his guitar life AND what the guitar student Yoots aparently think about our fav 5 note scales! lol No Tom this week, Jake and Dan are in contorl with a remote Beebs briefly chiming in from Portland Oregon.
Bestselling author Meg Gardiner chats with Trey Elling about HEAT 2. Gardiner co-authored the book with Michael Mann, which serves as the sequel to Mann's 1995 crime thriller HEAT, starring Al Pacino, Robert Deniro, and Val Kilmer. Topics include: How she and Mann linked up (0:35) Where the book picks up from the film (6:48) Writing dialogue for characters that already exist on the big screen (13:30) The balance of paying tribute to a classic film, while making the current project its own thing (16:06) Turning HEAT 2 into a film or limited tv series (21:03) Running track at Stanford (23:00) Her previous career as an attorney (23:50) Advice for aspiring writers (25:40) Winning Jeopardy! three times in the late 1980s (27:43)
In this edition of The Way Out I'm ecstatic to bring you my interview with Recovery Coach, Recovery Podcaster, and person in long term Recovery Matt Gardiner. Matt hosts the Beyond Recovery Podcast and it was a true honor to share my journey to and through recovery to this point on his podcast recently, so check that out if you are so inclined and to that end, I've included a handy link to that episode in the show notes. Every once in a great while, you meet someone where everything just seems to click, and this is precisely what happened with Matt and I right off the bat - we quickly hit it off and it truly felt as we were old friends. We found we have so much in common, from our mutual love of great 90's music like Nirvana, to playing guitar and songwriting, and from being bullied in adolescence to having a close friend in Recovery provide that essential helping hand to get into and launch ourselves into recovery. Throw in each of us having multiple attempts at recovery prior to our most recent and with any luck our last and both of us being Recovery Coaches, Recovery Podcasters and people in long term recovery we are indeed brothers from other mothers and our ensuing conversation is absolutely jam packed with spiritual and recovery truth as well as Matt's journey to and through Recovery to this point so listen up. Contact Matt: https://linktr.ee/mattgardiner555 My interview with Matt on his Beyond Recovery Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/user/mattgardiner/audio1348297952 Recommended Recovery Literature (Quit-Lit): Alcohol is SH!T: How to Ditch the Booze, Re-ignite Your Life, and Recover the Person you Were Always Meant to be by by Paul Churchill: https://www.amazon.com/Alcohol-SH-Re-ignite-Recover-Person/dp/1086176545 Best Piece of Recovery Advice: 'The Opposite Of Addiction Is Not Sobriety. The Opposite Of Addiction Is Connection' - Yohann Hari Songs that Symbolize Recovery: Bulls on Parade by Rage Against the Machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L4YrGaR8E4 After the Goldrush by Neil Young: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOMaqe0LOmo Don't forget to check out “The Way Out Playlist” available only on Spotify. Curated by all our wonderful guests on the podcast! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6HNQyyjlFBrDbOUADgw1Sz (c) 2015 - 2022 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message
Susan grew up in Texas. She attended BYU and served a mission in France. At the end of her college experience, Susan suffered from depression. Susan met her husband when she was 30 years old, at 35, she had her son Eli. She had an experience that led her to decide to return to school and get her bachelors degree. In this process, she fell in love with family history work and genealogy. She calls herself a genealogy "nerd". Join me today as Susan shares her passion and love for connecting families. Susan is partnering her life with the Savior in this important work. Alma 5: 6 And now behold, I say unto you, my brethren, you that belong to this church, have you sufficiently retained in remembrance the captivity of your fathers? Yea, and have you sufficiently retained in remembrance his mercy and long-suffering towards them? And moreover, have ye sufficiently retained in remembrance that he has delivered their souls from hell? 7 Behold, he changed their hearts; yea, he awakened them out of a deep sleep, and they awoke unto God. Behold, they were in the midst of darkness; nevertheless, their souls were illuminated by the light of the everlasting word; yea, they were encircled about by the bands of death, and the chains of hell, and an everlasting destruction did await them. 8 And now I ask of you, my brethren, were they destroyed? Behold, I say unto you, Nay, they were not. 9 And again I ask, were the bands of death broken, and the chains of hell which encircled them about, were they loosed? I say unto you, Yea, they were loosed, and their souls did expand, and they did sing redeeming love. And I say unto you that they are saved." bethnewellcoaching.com email@example.com
Today I am delighted to introduce you to a new friend, Matt Gardiner. The work of becoming alcohol-free and staying alcohol-free looks different for everyone. For many, spiritual work plays a big part. Matt has a background and training in the healing modalities of story work, sound therapy and breathwork. These are three components of his roadmap based on his own healing journey. In this episode Matt shares his work as a sound therapist and his practical tips for using our own stories to bring about healing and recovery. Matt Gardiner is a passionate and empathetic Recovery Coach & Life Coach who has helped numerous people get out of their 'stuck stories' and move towards the life of their dreams. Check out The Sober Edge Coaches Academy here! Full Show Notes
There's a reason why people say no one likes change. But for Kimberley Gardiner, Chief Marketing Officer at Tractor Supply Co, change is what she's learned to thrive on and how she makes the greatest impact. Kimberley knows what it's like to be the only woman in a room full of executive leaders, and she's had to learn how to be authentic and boldly share her ideas, even if they were unpopular at the time. From being able to do this, she's found more happiness and satisfaction from work than she could have imagined. Kimberley has a broad background in the automotive industry, previously having worked as SVP & Chief Marketing Officer for Volkswagen and Mitsubishi - and for Kia Motors America in marketing. She's skilled at innovation and is a creative thinker. Her role as a change agent was a perfect fit for Volkswagen's electric vehicles and the push for their adoption by the mainstream. In this podcast, Kimberley explains why leaders should be bold about asking for advice and tells us what she does every day that leads to her success. She also shares with us how to overcome failures, learn to say no, and what success habits helped her achieve her goals. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com/ where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Kimberley. Highlights: [02:53] Kimberley's career journey [07:55] Embracing being a change agent [10:27] Managing your personal brand [13:24] Don't be afraid to ask for advice [16:17] Building your board of personal directors [17:52] Kimberley's daily success habits [22:50] Overcoming failures and setbacks [27:17] Executing and achieving your goals [31:48] Learning to say no [35:30] How to embrace change [40:08] Kimberley's advice to our listeners Quotes: “You build business relationships like friendships, tell a little about yourself, ask for 5-10 minutes, and be very specific in your ask.” – Kimberley Gardiner “When you encounter a failure, think about what you can learn from it rather than replaying the event over and over in your head. Put the record player away and move forward with the lesson.” – Kimberley Gardiner “Positioning success in terms of how it ladders up in the long term will help you be more successful in the short term.” - Kimberley Gardiner “By saying yes to everything you shortchange the things that are really important to you.”- Kimberley Gardiner “The more you paint that picture early on, of what change can look like in the future, in a way that a person or team can relate to - saving you time, helping with turnover, achieving goals faster, and ultimately being more profitable, with a smaller footprint, the more people will be excited about the opportunity ahead.” - Kimberley Gardiner About Kimberley Gardiner: Kimberley Gardiner, Chief Marketing Officer, Tractor Supply Company As the former Senior Vice President of Marketing & CMO at Volkswagen Group of America, Inc, Kimberley was responsible for leading brand marketing for VW, including building on the momentum generated by the introduction of Volkswagen's first all-electric SUV, the ID. 4. Kimberley brings more than 20 years of automotive and marketing experience to her current role (joined Tractor Supply Co in July 2022). She recently served as the Chief Marketing Officer for Mitsubishi Motors North America and Kia Motors America, where she directed marketing efforts for the brand. Previously, she served as CMO and Vice President of Operations for 5th Kind, a global digital asset management company. She is known for being an innovative thinker with a passion for helping drive change in the automotive industry – a great fit for helping push for mainstream adoption of electric vehicles led by Volkswagen. Kimberley holds a bachelor's degree from Mills College and an MBA from Indiana University. Links: LinkedIn: kimberley-sweet-gardiner