Unser Gehirn ist nicht immer ganz ehrlich mit uns, wir erinnern uns an Dinge, die so überhaupt nicht stattgefunden haben. Das bezeichnet man als Erinnerungsverfälschung. Es ist ein unbeabsichtigtes Verfälschen bestehender Gedächtnisinhalte und ich erkläre in dieser Folge, wie es passiert und wie man damit umgehen kann. Mehr Informationen zum kostenlosen 3-Tage Kurs „Die Geheimnisse eines Mentalisten“: https://www.emotional-intelligente-kommunikation.de/geheimnisse-eines-mentalisten/ Mein kostenfreies E-Book mit 10 Tipps, wie du deine emotionale Intelligenz steigerst, bekommst du hier: https://www.alexander-schelle.de/e-book-emotionale-intelligenz/ Kostenfreies Seminar „Hypnose, kann jeder“: https://www.change-your-mind.academy/hypnose-kann-jeder/ Kostenfreie Hypnose „Hypnoenergie“: https://www.alexander-schelle.de/hypnose-sichern/ Mein Selbsthypnose Buch bekommst du hier: https://amzn.to/30mqkuu ___________________________________________________ Alle Folgen des kostenlosen Podcasts findest hier: https://www.alexander-schelle.de/podcast-dialoge-mit-dem-unterbewusstsein/ ___________________________________________________ Mein Name ist Alexander Schelle und ich stehe seit mehr als 20 Jahren als Mentalist und Hypnotiseur auf der Bühne. Ich bin ausgebildet als Hypnose- und NLP-Coach und biete neben meinen Shows auch Seminare und Vorträge. Der Podcast ‘Die Geheimnisse eines Mentalisten' soll auf unterhaltsame Weise einen Einblick in die Welt des Unterbewusstseins geben – in die Welt der Psychologie und der Hypnose. In den psychologischen Folgen werde ich einen Blick auf ansonsten weitgehend verborgene Seiten unserer Persönlichkeit werfen – auf unbewusste Muster in unserer Kommunikation und Motivation, aber auch unserem Wahrnehmen, Fühlen, Denken, Entscheiden und Handeln. Ich werde beleuchten, wie wir Menschen ticken, wie es mit unserer Menschenkenntnis aussieht und auch Schlussfolgerungen für den konkreten Alltag oder ein Coaching daraus ziehen. Jene Folgen, die sich der Hypnose oder der Meditation widmen, bietet dir einen Einblick in die faszinierende Welt, die sich öffnet, wenn wir einen gezielten Blick hinter die Kulissen unserer bewussten Entscheidungen werfen. Was du schon immer über Hypnose oder Selbsthypnose, beispielsweise zur Gewichtsreduzierung, Nichtraucher werden, Ängste besiegen oder der Burnout Prävention, wissen wolltest – hier erhältst du in kurzen Podcast Folgen einen Überblick. Firmen können mich auch für Vorträge oder Veranstaltungen zu den Themen Bewusstsein, Unterbewusstsein, Persönlichkeitsentwicklung, Motivation, Kommunikation, NLP, Hypnose, Meditation, Selbsthypnose, Empathie, Menschenkenntnis, Stressabbau, Selbstverwirklichung und Burnout Prävention buchen. In individuelles Coaching helfe ich Menschen, ihre work-life-balance zu finden. Wenn du mehr über die Angebote von mir erfahren möchtest, findest du unter www.alexander-schelle.de weitere Informationen. Selbstverständlich bin ich auch auf Linkdin, Facebook und auf Instagram für dich zu erreichen.
Es gab viel zu sehen in der Ukraine. Vor dem Krieg lockten rund 400 Museen, 3000 Kulturstätten und sieben Welterbestätten Kulturinteressierte ins Land. Zum Beispiel die Sophienkathedrale und das Höhlenkloster in Kiew, aber auch das historische Zentrum von Lwiw. Die Zerstörung im Krieg macht auch vor Kulturgütern nicht Halt, schlimmer noch: Kulturgüter sind in Kriegen bewusst Ziel der Zerstörung, um das kulturelle Gedächtnis des Landes auszulöschen. Auf der anderen Seite bekommen ukrainische KünstlerInnen derzeit so viel Aufmerksamkeit wie noch selten zuvor. Kann die kulturelle Verständigung auch Kraft geben für die Zukunft? Und wie kann das kulturelle Erbe der Ukraine trotz Zerstörung weiter gegeben werden?
Ged is joined by Murph to look back on another tumultuous weekend for Welsh rugby. As Wales surrender a 21 point lead to Australia, Wayne Pivac is heading for the exit door. We look at what (recent guest) Warren Gatland can expect if he returns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Du träumst von besseren Ergebnissen in Deinen Marketing-Kampagnen? Wie wäre es dafür mit einem trojanischen Pferd? Klingt verrückt? Ist aber sehr effektiv! 😉 In dieser Ads Camp Special-Folge hat Jan sich Pascal Fiedler von Charles & Charlotte geschnappt und sich seine heißesten Tipps für Dich nochmal genau erklären lassen. Darunter, warum Du für richtig guten Erfolg selbst ein trojanisches Pferd werden solltest und was das mit Aufmerksamkeit, dazugehören und im Gedächtnis bleiben zu tun hat. 🤯
AGT, CNN, The ViewLots of Great Stuff Happening for Landau, International Travel, New Music, & Fatherhood! Part 1Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. first burst onto the national conscience as the Sinatra-and-Soul singing on NBC TV's “America's Got Talent with his incredible voice, undeniable charisma and unparalleled showmanship. And a decade later, he's still going strong.Seeing Landau in concert is a revelation; backed by the dynamic Landau Big Band, you'll always hear swinging arrangements of Great American Songbook classics from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat ‘King' Cole and many more, along with a dusting of that special Motown Magic that is sure to move your feet and make you sing along.And after the show, every show, you'll always have the opportunity to meet Landau one-on-one for photos and have the chance to talk with him about his incredible rags-to-riches story. “It's my favorite part of the night; it's something we always do. Sometimes I'm the last one at the venue, talking to fans and friends. The janitor is waiting on me to lock up!”Landau was born into extreme poverty in the Appalachian coalfields of southern West Virginia. His parents split while he was in elementary school, and Landau was shipped off to Detroit in the middle of the night. He woke up in the Motor Cities notoriously gang and drug-riddled “7 Mile” neighborhood. Landau likes to say that he went from Almost Heaven to Little Baghdad overnight!After a series of dead-end jobs, run-ins with the police and a too-soon failed marriage, Landau eventually found himself homeless and sleeping in his car. Then, his voice became his calling card.“I loved to play basketball in Detroit, and these guys were good. Some of them went onto the NBA. But we were in the hood; it wasn't anything to see guns drawn on the court after the game, so to keep people cool and laughing, when I'd dunk on someone, I'd sing a Frank Sinatra song like “Fly Me To The Moon” and everyone would laugh and put their guns away.”Eventually, that one-of-a-kind voice would lead him back to West Virginia to perform for local charities and nursing homes. Landau says, “I was singing for charities, when most of the time, I had less than the people receiving the charity proceeds did, but that was OK because I was singing.”At the end of his rope, Landau tied a knot and pulled himself back up by auditioning for NBC TV's “America's Got Talent” with thousands of others. After months of competition, Landau emerged the winner, scoring a million dollars, a recording contract, and America's hearts, and he's never looked back.Landau's Columbia Records debut album “That's Life” reached number one on the Billboard Jazz Charts and was followed by “Christmas Made For Two”, “Landau” and his latest “Landau Live In Las Vegas” recorded during a performance at the legendary Caesar's Palace. Landau has made dozens of TV appearances including “The Today Show”, “The View”, CNN, “Fox and Friends”, “The Talk”, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the Hollywood Christmas Parade.He's performed all over the world, from China to New York City, Los Angeles to Europe where he had the honor to perform for U.S. servicemen and their families stationed there. He's sung the national anthem prior to games by the Los Angeles Lakers, Washington Wizards, New York Rangers, Baltimore Orioles, Oklahoma City Thunder, Washington Nationals, and his beloved West Virginia University Mountaineers during a nationally televised homecoming game.He's helped raise millions of dollars for charities, many in his home state of West Virginia where he serves on the Board of Directors for the Children's Home Society of West Virginia and was named “West Virginian of the Year” by the Governor's office and the state's largest newspaper.Landau's book “From Washing Cars to Hollywood Stars” featuring his amazing story reached #1 on Amazon, his “Live in Washington DC at Bethesda Blues and Jazz” concert DVD was a best-seller and he had his first movie cameo in 2017 in the Ron James biopic “Choices”.In 2021 Landau proudly released LANDAU LIVE IN LAS VEGAS a pre-pandemic recording at Caesars Palace that includes several never-before-released tracks. Enjoy Landau's unique take on the Great American Songbook as well as classic R&B, all backed by his long-time stellar musicians in LANDAU'S LITTLE BIG BAND, with guest background vocals by former Temptations and Four Tops lead singer Theo Peoples!© 2022 Building Abundant Success!!2022 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Media @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23bAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy: https://tinyurl.com/BASAud
Du träumst von besseren Ergebnissen in Deinen Marketing-Kampagnen? Wie wäre es dafür mit einem trojanischen Pferd? Klingt verrückt? Ist aber sehr effektiv! 😉 In dieser Ads Camp Special-Folge hat Jan sich Pascal Fiedler von Charles & Charlotte geschnappt und sich seine heißesten Tipps für Dich nochmal genau erklären lassen. Darunter, warum Du für richtig guten Erfolg selbst ein trojanisches Pferd werden solltest und was das mit Aufmerksamkeit, dazugehören und im Gedächtnis bleiben zu tun hat. 🤯
Ob als Kellnerin Serafina in "Rossini", RAF-Gründerin im Oscar nominierten "Baader-Meinhof-Komplex", als DDR-Schauspielerin im Oscar prämierten "Das Leben der Anderen" oder in der Serie "Oktoberfest 1900" - Martina Gedeck hat viele Gesichter und immer einen Hang zu starken, leidenschaftlichen Frauenrollen, die im Gedächtnis bleiben. Ab Anfang Dezember ist sie als Reinigungskraft Christa im Kinofilm "Die stillen Trabanten" zu sehen. Vorher war sie zu Gast bei WDR 2 Jörg Thadeusz. Von Martina Gedeck.
Christian, worauf muss man beim Aufbau eines Coaching Business am meisten achten? Diese Frage höre ich ganz oft. Und eigentlich ist es ganz einfach: Darauf, was Menschen dazu bewegt, zu sagen: „Mit dieser Person möchte ich zusammenarbeiten.“ Du musst das perfektionieren, was Menschen dazu bringt Dir Aufmerksamkeit zu schenken sich für Dich zu interessieren den Drang zu entwickeln, Dir zu folgen und letztendlich Dein Geld bei Dir auszugeben und nicht woanders. Und damit sind nicht „technische“ Dinge gemeint, wie z.B. Dein Funnel oder Deine Webinare. Die sind nur das Vehikel. Das, was Menschen wirklich dazu bringt, mit Dir zusammenarbeiten zu wollen, ist die Art und Weise, wie Du mit ihnen kommunizierst! Vielleicht denkst Du jetzt, dass Deine Expertise für sich spricht und die Leute doch von selbst merken werden, wie hochwertig Deine Arbeit ist und welche tollen Ergebnisse sie mit Dir erreichen können. Das wäre schön, aber so funktioniert es leider nicht. Denn um bemerkt zu werden, musst Du aus der Masse herausstechen, Du musst den richtigen Leuten auffallen und im Gedächtnis bleiben. Wenn Du wissen möchtest, was Dein Coaching Business mit einem edlen Restaurant gemeinsam hat und wie Du die Macht der Kommunikation für Deine Kundengewinnung optimal nutzt, dann hör Dir diesen Podcast an. Hat Dir gefallen, was wir hier mit Dir teilen? Möchtest Du wissen, ob wir Dir auf Deinem Weg zum erfolgreichen oder noch erfolgreicheren Coaching Business weiterhelfen können? Dann vereinbare doch einfach mit uns einen Termin für eine kurze Blitzanalyse und wir schauen uns Deine Situation gemeinsam an https://humanessence.de/blitzanalyse/
When i was 23 I had a Hangover. Ed Byler decided that instead of that for his 23rd birthday He would prefer a 7 figure 58 unit real estate portfolio.Ed Byler is a commercial real estate broker out of North Carolina who has a knack for building long term relationships with long term people. He was able to not only raise money from friends he worked with, but purchase 51 of these units with ZERO PERCENT INTEREST through a direct seller - over a BBQ dinner.He did all of this with a GED and a job paying no more than 60k at the time.You can do it too!Resources:GoBundanceAre you an accredited investor and want to learn more about GoBundance?www.gobundance.com Book a call to learn more: email@example.comFor Frameworks, Freedom Tips, and Millionaire Financial Breakdowns:https://brianluebben.com/newsletter Twitter @theactionpodIG @brianluebbenTiktok @brianluebben
Brendan McPhillips was the campaign manager for John Fetterman's general election campaign, helping guide it to a win over Dr. Oz in the cycle's most chaotic and closey watched Senate race. In this conversation, Brendan talks his path to politics that started in a community college in conservative Southern California and includes running Iowa for Buttigieg in the 2020 primaries and working as Biden PA State Director in the general election. And, of course, we go deep on Brendan's time with Fetterman...from meeting him over a decade ago, running his '16 Senate race, taking the helm of Fetterman 2022 this spring...the candidates, the stroke, the message, the attacks, the debate, and the win. IN THIS EPISODE…Brendan's path from conservative Southern California to working in Democratic politics…Brendan runs Iowa for Pete Buttigieg in the 2020 primaries…Brendan crosses paths with John Fetterman over a decade ago…The Brendan McPhillips 101 on how to run a race in Pennsylvania…Brendan's take on the Fetterman dominant primary win…Brendan takes the helm as manager on the heels of the primary win & health scare…Brendan breaks down the case the campaign made against Dr. Oz…How the campaign beat back the “soft on crime” attack…Brendan weighs in on the Mastriano Effect on the Senate race…Brendan takes aim at grifting Democratic Scam PACs…Deep inside the Fetterman vs Oz debate…Brendan's expectations heading into Election Day…and his analysis of the 5-point Fetterman win…Brendan's take on Pennsylvania's status as a swing state heading into 2024…Lessons other campaigns can learn from the Fetterman win…AND Amtrak tours, annoying naysayers, Val Arkoosh, Tony Baker, Joe Biden, Bob & Barbara's, George W. Bush, carbon copies, James Carville, Bob Casey, Dave Chase, crazy kitchen cabinets, dive bars, gas bills, GED classes, Andrew Gillum, Lindsay Graham, grocery clerks, HQ Analytics, Ben Halle, hard-ass bouncers, hucksters, Bill Hyers, interesting dudes, Iowa steak frys, Johnstown, Rebecca Katz, Conor Lamb, Malcolm Kenyatta, media buyers from DC, mega churches, Middle Seat, the New Jersey State Hall of Fame, Notre Dame, Barack Obama, old adages, off-track betting, phone trees, Ed Rendell, resident gofers, Mike Schmuhl, Rick Scott, Josh Shapiro, The Situation, Snookie, special sauce, South Bend, the Susquehanna, Temecula, thrilling the DCCC, the Turf Club, UFCW, VFW halls, weirdos, wild rides...& more!
Is this the worst Wales result ever? Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to debate the future of Wayne Pivac, the governance of the WRU and some suggestions as to how we get out of this complete mess. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Maurice Boyer, Music Director of the American Kantorei, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the music of J.S. Bach and the American Kantorei's upcoming concert on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at 3:oo pm at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Des Peres, MO, including the theme of the concert of Jesus as our Prince of Peace, how J.S. Bach's cantatas teach us beautiful theology, and some highlights from each of the cantatas for the concert. Listen to the cantatas mentioned at the links below! Find American Kantorei online at americankantorei.org. BWV 116 "Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ" (You Prince of Peace, Lord Jesus Christ) - 25th Sunday after Trinity - youtu.be/-EwuuvsSMS0 BWV 77 "Du sollt Gott, deinen Herren, lieben" (You shall love the Lord your God) - 13th Sunday after Trinity - youtu.be/5674HbEJQaQ BWV 67 "Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ" (Keep in mind Jesus Christ) - Quasimodogeniti (the 1st Sunday after Easter) - youtu.be/YsTYtlpRVkQ
Ged is joined by the author of Rugby's Greatest Mavericks, Luke Upton to discuss his new book and debate what makes a maverick so special. We'll hear about some of the great characters featured in the book including Non Evans, David Campese, Ray Gravell, Waisale Serevi and of course Dai Bishop. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Heute reden wir über unser Gedächtnis und wie es uns anlügt, über die Besonderheit von Berlin, den neuen Xatar-Film, unsere talentierten Freunde & Warrior Nun, und den Job des Phantombildzeichners.. enjoy :)
Du kannst magische Momente in deine Präsentation einbauen, damit sie beim Zuschauer im Gedächtnis bleibt. Nutze deine Körpersprache dazu, setze deine Mimik ein. Wie das geht, das hörst du in diesem Podcast.
Martin Lockett is a writer and speaker whose words have impacted thousands of people, even before leaving prison. He served almost 18 years for manslaughter, caused by an accident one New Year's eve where he drank excessively and drove through a stop light, colliding with a car carrying three people. Upon learning that the two people who died that night were volunteers in the drug and alcohol recovery community, Martin chose to honor them by dedicating his life to helping others through addiction counseling and drinking and driving prevention. Martin has made the most of his incarceration by striving to achieve an education and certifications to become a counselor. His list of educational accomplishments includes: Earned his high school GED Earned a Certificate of Human Services from Louisiana State University Graduated from Indiana University: Associate of Arts Graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo: Bachelor of Science in Sociology with honors Graduated from California Coast University: Master of Science in Psychology with honors Became a member of the Delta Epsilon Tau International Honor Society Completed comprehensive substance abuse treatment program Interned and earned state certification as a substance abuse counselor (CADC I) While in prison, he worked in the educational programs for inmates where he: Moderated DUI victim impact panels for three years that included offenders and victims and told his own story Recorded detailed account of the night of the crash for use at various online panels during the pandemic Mentored and trained inmates to become mentors for addictions recovery Tutored inmates through the GED curriculum Counseled inmates through addictions treatment As a writer, Martin has used his time behind bars to write in various forms, all with the intention of helping others with his story and life experiences. Wrote and published two books: his memoir, Prison to Purpose Pipeline and My Prison Life, his collection of essays Published hundreds of blog posts on adjusting to prison life, maximizing opportunities behind bars, the impact of incarceration on families and communities, and current social justice issues Published articles in the Oregonian: Honoring my victims every day (2019);Time to pull back on mandatory minimum sentences (2020); Returning to Portland from prison with a commitment to make amends (2021); and Ex-offenders seeking a fresh start need help finding a home base (2021) While serving his time, Martin Lockett modeled exemplary behavior throughout the entirety of his sentence by not receiving a single disciplinary report. He has focused on achieving his pledge to take up the work of his victims, which he intends to do for the rest of his life. You can find Martin at martinlockett.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/recoverynuggetspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/recoverynuggetspodcast/support
Unsere Helden wühlen sich durch die frustrierende Akademie-Bürokratie und werden weiterhin von mysteriösen Gedächtnislücken geplagt. Weil Fabian zunehmend die Nerven verliert, macht sich das Trio auf den Weg zu einem potenziell mächtigen Fürsprecher im Keller der Akademie.Du hörst die Kerkerkumpels, das Pen & Paper Hörspiel. Die Geschichte, die du hörst, ist live improvisiert. Ob unseren Charakteren eine Aktion gelingt, entscheiden die Würfel!Intro/Outro:Epic Unease by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/3714-epic-uneaseLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Sprecherin des Intros/Outros: Carolin SabathSound- & Musikquellen:"Candledeep" by tabletopaudio.com"Harpies' Nest" by tabletopaudio.com"Magic Shoppe" by tabletopaudio.com"The Orrerey" by tabletopaudio.com"Wizard's Tower" by tabletopaudio.comAll sounds from tabletopaudio.com are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.
Passend zu Halloween hat NETFLIX Ende Oktober die 8-teilige Horror-Anthologie CABINET OF CURIOSITIES veröffentlicht. Konzipiert hat die Serie niemand geringeres als Grusel-Guru GUILLERMO DEL TORO, der am Anfang jeder Folge als Erzähler auftritt und das Thema, sowie den Regisseur oder die Regisseurin vorstellt. Durch die wechselnden Regieführung gleicht keine Folge der anderen. Auch inhaltlich bedient CABINET OF CURIOSITIES vom Außerirdischen übers Unterirdische bis hin zum Übernatürlichen verschiedene Horror-Sub-Genres. Wer GUILLERMO DEL TORO liest und PANS LABYRINTH erwartet ist hier jedoch falsch: Nur zwei Drehbücher seines kuratierten Kuriositätenkabinetts schrieb DEL TORO selbst, die restlichem basieren auf gruseligen Kurzgeschichten anderer Autoren, darunter auch Horror-Legende H.P. LOVECRAFT. Daniels Gäste Bell und André haben diese sogar gelesen und erklären, wo CABINET OF CURIOSITIES von der Vorlage abweicht. Wieso Simon ausgerechnet die LOVECRAFT-Folgen mit RUPERT GRINT aka RON WEASLEY nicht gefallen hat und welche Geschichten den vier besonders im Gedächtnis geblieben sind, seht ihr diese Woche bei BADA BINGE. Welche Folge fandet ihr am gruseligsten? Schreibt es uns in die Kommentare.
Ged is joined by Dan and Murph to look back over Wales win over Argentina. Is Toby Faletau the best 8 of his generation? What does this win mean for Wales' Rugby World Cup hopes? Elsewhere, another cracker in Paris as France beat South Africa. Scotland suffer another near miss against New Zealand. And Killick is in good company in hospitality behind enemy lines in Twickenham. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Er ist im allgemeinen Gedächtnis vielleicht der unbekannteste der französischen Ludwige des 18. Jahrhunderts: Louis XV. Eine Ausstellung in Versailles will das jetzt ändern. Außerdem: Symbole in der Politik und ein Nachruf auf Werner Schulz.
Jürgen Becker & Didi Jünemann lesen dem Kölner Kardinal Woelki die satirischen Leviten. Es geht um Gedächnislücken, eine eidesstaatliche Erklärung und um eine ehemalige Mitarbeiterin des Erzbistums, die jetzt eiinen neuen Stein ins Rollen gebracht hat. Von Becker / Jünemann.
Writer and editor Gabrielle Bellot joins Crafting with Ursula to discuss the power of names and naming across Le Guin's work. From the very beginning, with Ged in Earthsea, a boy-wizard who is named in three very different ways, names have contained both power and an elusive mysterious quality for Le Guin. The ways names […] The post Crafting with Ursula : Gabrielle Bellot on The Power of Names & Naming appeared first on Tin House.
Seit Wochen gehen die Menschen im Iran auf die Strasse, um das Regime zu stürzen. Zentrale Säulen des Widerstands sind die Frauen, die persische Kultur und Poesie. «Kulturplatz» spricht mit iranischen Künstlerinnen und fragt, wie viel Widerstand in der Kunst steckt. Shirin Neshat Die visuelle Künstlerin und Filmemacherin Shirin Neshat gehört zu den iranischen Kulturschaffenden, die aus dem Exil den Wandel ihrer Heimat befeuern. Mit Bildern, die sich genauso stark ins kollektive Gedächtnis einbrennen, wie diejenigen von Frauen, die auf den Strassen gegen das rigide Mullah-Regime demonstrieren. Der Kampf für Freiheit ist auch in Neshats jüngstem Film zentral: «Land of Dreams» zeichnet ein düsteres Zukunftsbild von Amerika, das sich zu einem totalitären Überwachungsstaat entwickelt hat. Parallelen zur Islamischen Republik Iran sind in diesem Albtraumszenario kein Zufall. Frauen – Kunst – Widerstand Die Frauen im Iran stehen im Zentrum der Demonstrationen. Sie werden im Iran als Menschen zweiter Klasse behandelt und mit religiös-fundamentalistischen Verboten drangsaliert: Sie dürfen nicht reisen ohne Genehmigung eines Mannes, sie dürfen keine Fussball-Stadien besuchen, sie müssen ein Kopftuch tragen, sie dürfen nicht singen – um nur einige aufzuzählen. Aus dem jahrzehntelangen Widerstandsgeist der Frauen erwächst nun eine gesamtgesellschaftliche Revolte, die ihre Kraft auch in der persischen Kultur findet. Sahar Rahimi Sie leben hier in der Schweiz oder in Deutschland, in Sicherheit. Und dennoch leben sie jeden Tag in Angst. In Angst um ihre Angehörigen. Was können Exil-Iranerinnen tun, um zu helfen? Ohne dabei ihre Lieben im Iran in Gefahr zu bringen? Und was kann die Kunst dabei leisten? «Kulturplatz» spricht mit der Regisseurin Sahar Rahimi, die im März 2023 am Theater Basel «Die Perser» inszeniert.
This special episode was recorded live at the 2022 Oregon Adult Basic Skills Conference in Salem, Oregon on October 24 organized by the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission. Podcast host Marc Goldberg moderates a panel discussion with Rogue Community College (RCC) student and past GED graduate Lynne Hamblin and Columbia Gorge Community College president Dr. Marta Yera Cronin. Lynne shares her own journey through the adult education programs at RCC and what supports have been most helpful to her in continuing her education towards a college certificate and degree. Dr. Cronin speaks to the importance of adult education students and programs as core to the mission of community colleges and describes her past work leading and championing adult education programs. Both panelists answer questions from the live audience of over 200 adult education faculty, staff and administrators from the seventeen Oregon community colleges. The All In: Student Pathways Forward podcast is a part of Oregon's participation in the National Skills Coalition SkillSPAN network.
DAVID HASSELHOFF spielt in ZE NETWORK mal wieder sich selbst – und hat genau das satt. Um als Schauspieler endlich ernst genommen zu werden, nimmt er eine Rolle an einem deutschen Theater in Görlitz an. Im Auto dorthin erzählt ihm Schauspielerkollege HENRY HÜBCHEN, der ebenfalls sich selbst verkörpert, vom titelgebenden DDR-Geheimdienst ZE NETWORK. Der will ZE HOFF für eine Mission rekrutieren. Geplagt von Gedächtnislücken merkt der gar nicht, dass er längst mittendrin steckt. Die 8 Folgen des Comedy-Thrillers von CHRISTIAN ALVART seht ihr seit dem 1. November auf RTL+. Wie er auf die Idee zu der Serie kam und was seine Erfahrungen mit dem echten DAVID HASSELHOFF damit zu tun haben, erzählt der Drehbuchautor, Regisseur und Kameramann von ZE NETWORK in dieser Folge BADA BINGE. Außerdem erfahrt ihr, wie DANIEL und SIMON die Serie gefallen hat und ob man sie lieber mit deutscher Synchro oder im englischen Original gucken sollte.
Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to review Wales' disappointing opener to the All Black. Is this Wayne Pivac's fault or do the problems run deeper than that? Elsewhere, are Ireland contenders for RWC 2023 or can anyone stop France? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Die Mehrheit der Deutschen hält unsere Erinnerungskultur mit Blick auf die NS-Zeit für vorbildlich, besagt eine Studie der Universität Bielefeld. Deren Co-Autor Jonas Rees sieht im deutschen Gedenken allerdings "systematische Gedächtnislücken".Moderation: Patrick Garberwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, TachelesDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
182: Breaking Down Barriers as a Nonprofit Leader (Nyeisha Dewitt)SUMMARYHow do you blend your life experiences with a passion for change and actually do something about it? Dr. Nyeisha Dewitt is eminently qualified to answer this question. In episode #182 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, Nyeisha shares her journey to nonprofit leadership, the lessons she's learned, and the challenges she's faced along the way. As a committed entrepreneur herself, she knows leaders can be mission-driven yet combine that with business acumen informed by experiences. Nyeisha discusses the value of community partnerships with varying missions who work together to break down barriers of those you serve to address their whole need. You'll also hear her process for self-care, recruiting talent, and building an effective board. ABOUT NYEISHADr. Nyeisha DeWitt is an investor, serial entrepreneur and the CEO of Oakland Natives Give Back Fund, Inc., which she founded in 2008 to epitomize an evolved concept of philanthropy and raise awareness around the importance of daily attendance. Personally familiar with the outcomes associated with chronic absenteeism, Dr. Ny is the example of where you start not necessarily dictating where you finish. She dropped out of high school in the 10th grade, but since taking her GED, she has triumphed from graduation stage to graduation stage. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley, her Master's Degree in Teaching and Doctoral Degree in Organization and Leadership in Education, both from the University of San Francisco, and recently, she completed her Master degree in Management with a concentration in Advanced Entrepreneurial Leadership from Babson College in Massachusetts. Her experience as an educator and a mother of three children with unique learning abilities has provided immense value to her role as a funder who supports innovative + solutions to combat this national crisis. Since inception, ONGB has invested nearly $7.2M in resources toward that end.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESThe Celestine Prophecy by James RedfieldLearn more about Nyeisha hereTake our Podcast Survey and let us know what you want to hear!Check out Patton's new book Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership: Seven Keys to Advancing Your Career in the Philanthropic Sector
65% of Welsh clubs vote for an independent chairman, but this is 10% short of the 75% needed. Just how bonkers is Welsh rugby politics? Ged is joined by Steff Thomas to look at the state of the game in Wales and beyond. From concussions to player wages to the democratic mandate...or lack of it. Elsewhere, the Dragons pick up another win, whilst Cardiff, Scarlets and Ospreys all fail to get victories at home.Plus, we preview the Wales v New Zealand game next week. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In dieser special Folge sprechen wir über die erste Staffel von House of the Dragon. Was uns besonders gefallen hat, was uns weniger gefallen hat, welche Momente uns besonders im Gedächnis geblieben sind, usw. Enjoy! ________ *Werbung | WOW ist DER neue Streamingservice, früher bekannt als Sky Ticket, bei dem ihr die besten Filme & Serien wie jetzt zB die 6. Staffel von „Rick & Morty“ streamen könnt! Falls euch das interessiert, findet ihr hier das gesamte Filme- und Serien Paket - gerade kriegt ihr sechs Monate für 9.98€ monatlich statt 14.98€ im Monat: https://bit.ly/WOWJAYARYASF
Asıl dildâra gönül verenler bütün diş göstermeleri, nümâyişleri, şovları Ramazan davulcusunun sesi gibi görürler!.. Evet, yine hatırlayın; “Sen Mevlâ'yı seven de / Mevlâ seni sevmez mi?” Sen O'na doğru bir adım atarsan…” -Kudsî hadisin ifadesiyle, müteşâbih, mukabeleyi ifade ediyor- “O, yürüyerek gelir; sen O'na yürüyerek gidersen, O, koşarak gelir… Sonra bir ân olur ki, O, senin gören gözün olur, görülmesi gerekli olan şeyi, görmen gerektiği gibi gördürür; duyulması gerekli olan şeyi, duyman gerektiği gibi duyurur.” Hem gördüğün, hem duyduğun şeyler, eski Usûlüddin ulemasının beyanıyla “hem mesmûat, hem mübserât” bir yönüyle, birer marifet çağlayanı halinde içine akmaya başlar. Kalbin, birden bire hâristan iken, bâğistan olur, bostan olur, gülistan olur, Firdevs olur. Daha öbür tarafa gitmeden evvel, işte o kalbindeki cennet çekirdeğini nemalandırmış olursun. “İman, bir manevî Tûbâ-i Cennet çekirdeğini taşıyor. Küfür ise manevî bir zakkum-u Cehennem tohumunu saklıyor” O biri, Cenâb-ı Hakk'ın engin rahmetinin tecellisine bakıyor; beriki de kulun ihmaline göre, Cenâb-ı Hakk'ın muamele ve mukabelesini ifade ediyor. O zakkum-u cehennem, insan içinde madem saklanıyor, onun inkişaf etmesine meydan vermeden, manevî o tubâ-i cennet çekirdeğini ise nemalandırmak suretiyle, ser çekmesini sağlamak suretiyle, bir çınar gibi, bir ar'ar gibi, bir selvi gibi boy atıp gelişmesini sağlamak için gayret gösterilmeli. Böyle olunca, insan, daha dünyadayken, bir yönüyle cenneti yaşıyor gibi olur. Hayalinde, imanında, bazen miracın gölgesinde, manevî bir şuhûd ile, basar'ın değil de basiret'in görmesiyle, Firdevs bahçelerinde dolaşıyor gibi olur. Öyle bir inşirah duyar ki insan orada, ayağında zincir olsa, boynunda bir pranga olsa, başına balyozlar inse kalksa, bunları duymuyor gibi olur. Çünkü o, Cennet Firdevslerinde dolaşıyor, burcu burcu, lâhutî tecelliler kokusuyla kendinden geçmiş, mest-mahmûr. Evet, her ânı, Gedâî'nin dediği gibi duyar: “Ey sâkî, aşkın oduna / Yandıkça yandım, bir su ver / Düşeli dilber derdine, (mecaz; düşeli dilber derdine) / Yandıkça yandım, bir su ver. // Ol suyu kim içse heman, (“hel min mezid”, ol suyu kim içse heman) / Kalbe doğar nur-u cihan / Verir hayat-ı câvidân / Yandıkça yandım, bir su ver.” O noktaya gelince, Nesimî gibi sızlanırsın; “Bana Hak'tan nidâ geldi: / Gel ey âşık ki, mahremsin / Bura mahrem makamıdır / Seni ehl-i vefâ gördüm!” Vicdanında duyuyor gibi olursun. Duymazsın âlâmı, ızdırapları, kederleri, salya atmaları, diş göstermeleri, nümâyişleri, şovları… Kalmazsın onların tesirinde. Kaldığın şeyin tesirindesin sen; kaldığın şeyin tesirinde kaldığın kadarın onda biri kadar, kalmazsın onların şovlarının tesirinde; çünkü öyle bir “dilber”e gönül vermişsin ki, öyle bir “dildâr”a gönül vermişsin ki, artık her şey gözünden gönlünden silinip gitmiş. Şovlar, sana bir yönüyle, Ramazan davulcusunun sesi gibi gelir; zaten sen, saatini kurmuşsun, kalb saatini, uyanmışsın sahura, hazırsın oruç tutmaya ve bekliyorsun iftarı, Cenâb-ı Hakk'ın “evet” dediği ânı; bekliyorsun.. onun dışındaki her şeyi -nezâket ve nezahet-i lisaniyem müsaade etse, denecek şey şudur- “dırdır” sayarsın, dırdır sayarsın bütün şovları, bütün hırıltıları ve kulak asmazsın onlara. “Allah Allah, bunlar da ne ki böyle, bu şerareler, filan.. bu mis gibi gelen kokuları, bunlar bir yönüyle bulandırıyorlar.. bana gelen bu tatlı musiki gibi, Cennetten kopup gelen sesleri, şerare yapıyor ve bozuyorlar. Benim frekansıma giriyor ve bir yönüyle benim almam gerekli olan sinyalleri bunlar bozuyorlar…” falan dersin.. yaklaşmazsın onlara. https://www.herkul.org/bamteli/bamtel...
Did you like the movie "Catch Me If You Can"? Well, you will find Matt Cox fascinating. The episode of American Greed titled the episode "The Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde of Mortgage Fraud." His story has been chronicled on DATELINE NBC, FORTUNE magazine, and several others. Cox was a fugitive for over 2 years and ended up on the Secret Service Most Wanted list. Interestingly, there were always girlfriends assisting him with his cross country scheme. He had a strained relationship with his Dad. Matt was diagnosed with a learning disability early on. I believe, he was always trying to prove to his Dad that he was smart (Insurance Test Story)...with an IQ over 140 he was smart. He was finally captured and sentenced to 26 years in prison. While he was in, he began writing books for several inmates that he was incarcerated with. One of those inmates was Efraim Diveroli. That manuscript was made into a very popular movie titled "War Dogs." Matt began teaching a GED class in prison. He enjoyed sharing his knowledge about the business of real estate, and eventually began teaching a real estate class to inmates. Several of those inmates left prison and began successful real estate careers. I know Matt takes a lot of satisfaction with that. Matt now has a successful podcast titled "Inside True Crime with Matt Cox." He has several published books that can be found on Amazon. Matt is an entertaining storyteller and brutally honest about what he did and how he did it.
Valena Beety is a law professor, an innocence litigator, and a former federal prosecutor. She has exonerated wrongly convicted clients, founded the West Virginia Innocence Project, and obtained presidential grants of clemency for drug offenses. She served as an appointed commissioner on the West Virginia Governor's Indigent Defense Commission. She is currently a professor of law at Arizona State University's Sandra Day O' Connor College of Law and the deputy director of the Academy for Justice, a criminal justice center at the law school.VTasha Mercedes Shelby is a writer and an advocate for incarcerated women. Tasha was wrongly convicted of a crime that did not occur on June 16, 2000 in Biloxi, Mississippi. In her twenty-two years of incarceration, she has earned her GED, taken classes at Millsaps College through the Prison to College Pipeline, and developed as a writer and as an artist. She continues to fight her wrongful conviction and you can learn more about her struggle at Free Tasha Shelby. Alex Waters Alex is the technical producer, audio editor and engineer for the Short Fuse Podcast. He is a music producer and a student at Berklee College of Music. He has written and produced music and edited for podcasts including The Faith and Chai Podcast and Con Confianza. He writes, produces and records music for independent artists, including The Living. He lives in Brooklyn can can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org with inquiries.
A girl living in a haunted house must find a way to protect her way of life.. Written and produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Eden - Jaiden Douwes Henry - Danar Hoverson Callandra - Julie Hoverson Frederick! - Reynaud LeBoeuf Ethan - Scott Douwes Mrs. Sherman - Angela Kirby Garth Sherman - Luke LeBoeuf News - Suzanne Dunn Henry's Mom - Gwendolyn Gieseke-Woodard Music by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) Sound mastering: Julie Hoverson Cover Design: Dennis Hager "What kind of a place is it? Why it's an old brownstone home, can't you tell? Where else would you expect to find ... a couple of ghosts? *************************************************************** A Ghost of a Chance Cast: Eden Anderson, precocious 11-year old Ethan Anderson, her dead father, 47 Callandra O'Doul, dead Irish maidservant, 20 Henry Torrence, burglar, 23 Frederick Ferryman, dead actor, 40s-50s Ms. Sherman, CPS, 32 Garth Sherman, her son, a bully, 13 News [anything] OLIVIA Did you have any trouble finding it? What do you mean, what kind of a place is it? Why, it's a big old brownstone, can't you tell? Where else would you find a ghost or two? SCENE 1 – coming home MUSIC SOUNDS MODERN STREET NOISE. SOUND WE FOLLOW THROUGH A CREAKY GATE. STREET NOISE QUIETS A BIT. FOOTSTEPS ON LEAVES, THEN ON WOOD PORCH. KEY IN LOCK, DOOR OPENS, FOOTSTEPS PASS THROUGH. SCENE 2 – HALLWAY AND KITCHEN EDEN Hey! I'm home! SOUND BACKPACK FLUNG ONTO TABLE. DOOR SHUTS AND IS CAREFULLY LOCKED. CALLANDRA You're going to have to do some shopping soon, miss. We're almost out of soap powder. EDEN [sigh] I'll put it on the list. SOUND FOOTSTEPS, THEY HESITATE, THEN STOP EDEN What? Move it. I'm tired. CALLANDRA [evasive] You're looking a mite peaked. You could use a bite to eat. Come into the kitchen and have some soup. EDEN [slightly suspicious] O-kay... SOUND MODERN JAZZ, PLAYED LOW, SLIGHTLY MUFFLED EDEN Dad's not at the videos again is he? SOUND OPENING CUPBOARDS, CANS BEING PULLED OUT AND PLACED ON THE COUNTER CALLANDRA [not quite convincing] No. EDEN Then why don't you want me to go upstairs? SOUND POP TOP ON CAN, SOUP INTO BOWL CALLANDRA Whatever gave you that idea--? EDEN Oh, please. CALLANDRA Can I not just be concerned about you? Someone has to be! SOUND MICROWAVE OPENS, FOOD IN, SETTING TIME EDEN I'm fine. SOUND TURNS ON MICROWAVE MUSIC SCENE 3 – A BIT LATER AMBIANCE TELEVISION PLAYS LOW IN THE BACKGROUND News ....was stolen from the J.J. Holdings museum at the university today. The vase is attributed to the school of Cellini, and has been valued at nearly half a million dollars. SOUND CELLPHONE DIALS, RINGS, PICKS UP EDEN Hey Ariel. ... Nothing. Look, I've been thinking about-- SOUND THUMPING ON CEILING EDEN --trying out... for... Can you wait a minute, Ariel? SOUND HOLD BUTTON IS PRESSED SOUND DOOR OPENS. STEPS INTO FOYER, SLIGHT ECHO SOUND THUMPING FROM ABOVE. A COUPLE OF RAPID STEPS. SOUND [WHOOSHING SOUND OF A GHOST ARRIVING] CALLANDRA Oh no, miss. EDEN Yeah? Stop me. It's not dad - I can hear his computer going, and it's not you, since you're right here. Maybe Frederick? [yelling] Frederick? CALLANDRA [worried] Oh... SOUND [WHOOSHING SOUND OF A GHOST ARRIVING] FREDERICK [overly theatrical, as always] Enter stage right. Yeeeees? CALLANDRA See, it's all gone now-- SOUND THUMPING FROM ABOVE CALLANDRA [dismay] Ooh! EDEN [grim] What is it? FREDERICK Shall I make a recon, my young commander? EDEN Oh! Shoot! SOUND BEEP ON PHONE EDEN Gotta call you back, Ariel. Yeah, it's dad. SOUND PHONE HANGS UP EDEN Callandra? You want to explain-- SOUND DOORBELL RINGS. WHOOSH [GHOSTS LEAVING] EDEN [exasperated sound] Uuh! SOUND STAMPING FEET, CHAIN LOCK GOES ON EDEN [sighs] SOUND DOOR OPENS EDEN [sweetly] Yes? SHERMAN Good evening. Are your parents around? EDEN My father is asleep. He hasn't been feeling very well. SHERMAN I think he'll want to speak to me. FREDERICK [whisper] Why? Is she covered in chocolate? EDEN [gritted teeth] Maybe when he's feeling better. Can he call you? SHERMAN Here's my card. EDEN Oh. CALLANDRA What's C-P-S? Does that mean she's with the coppers? EDEN What's this about? I would invite you in, but-- SHERMAN No, I understand. Safety first. [serious] There's been a complaint. EDEN By who? FREDERICK [booming voice] Whom. EDEN I mean - by whom? SHERMAN I'll discuss all that with your father. Please do have him call me. [going off] All my info's on the card. EDEN [calling] Thanks - uh - Ms. Sherman. SOUND DOOR SHUTS EDEN Oh, shoot! CALLANDRA Now, it's not that bad. Is it? FREDERICK Of course it is. CPS are the child police service. They arrest bad little children. CALLANDRA The devil you say! Oh, Eden, tell me darling! They won't arrest you! EDEN They don't - but they do take children away from the wrong type of home environment. CALLANDRA [relieved] Ohhh! We're safe enough then. EDEN [as if] Ri-ight. SOUND THUMPING EDEN Are you going to tell me, or do I just get to find out for myself? CALLANDRA Oh, my stars... MUSIC SCENE 4 - UPSTAIRS SOUND DOOR UNLOCKS, OPENS HENRY [gasps] Jeez! About flipping time! You ever hear of unlawful imprisonment? EDEN I've heard of burglary. HENRY You're kinda small for a cop. EDEN [exasperated noise] Dude. You can come out now, but just so you know, I've got a taser. SOUND SLOW FOOTSTEPS EDEN [gasps, shocked] You look like--! HENRY Got my hands up, all that. [quoting] Don't tase me, [ending lamely] uh, bro. SOUND A COUPLE MORE STEPS, THEN HENRY [grunt as he lunges at her] SOUND SCUFFLE. FALLING FURNITURE, SOMETHING BREAKS, THEN... FREDERICK [unearthly wail] HENRY [screams, then gibbers until noted] SOUND SOMETHING SMALL CLATTERS TO THE FLOOR EDEN I hate when you do that! That is so gross! [tsk, annoyed sigh] You coulda left your head on... FREDERICK [huffy] It was effective. EDEN [sigh] You. What's your name? HENRY [gibbering] ...head came off, and cold, so cold! SOUND SLAP HENRY [sharp intake of breath] Wha-ah-ah? EDEN Your name, mister burglar. HENRY Henry. Henry Torrence. [whispered] What the heck was that? EDEN A ghost. Now, Mister Torrence, I suppose I'm gonna have to tie you up or something, so you don't try and jump me again-- HENRY Howzabout just letting me - ya know - go? EDEN You broke in. I have to do something, and I really don't want to have to deal with the cops - they'll bother dad. HENRY Look, I never hurt no one, I ain't the type. I swear! EDEN Still... I think you need to stay locked up for a while. CALLANDRA Can I keep him? Please? I caught him! FREDERICK Shut up woman, we may be able to use this fellow's services. EDEN [ordering] March! I'll put you somewhere better than that closet, but you better stay put or - FREDERICK Boooooo! HENRY [gasps] EDEN [unenthusiastically] Yeah, that. Boo. MUSIC SCENE 5 - DOWNSTAIRS CALLANDRA What do you plan to do with him? Please say I can have him for me own - he's such a fine specimen of a man. EDEN If you keep him, I have to feed him. CALLANDRA Well... not necessarily... EDEN No. No. No. I'm not having any more ghosts around here. CALLANDRA You never let me have any fun! EDEN Besides, didn't you notice the resemblance? CALLANDRA To a man? SOUND WHOOSH, FF ENTERS FREDERICK Our dear Callandra never looked above his [mocking her accent] "luuuvly broad shoulders!" CALLANDRA Bite your tongue, Frederick! I still have those clippings of yours, and you will sorely regret having a jape at my expense-- EDEN Shut up! MUSIC SCENE 6 – BREAKFAST IN BED SOUND MORNING BIRD NOISES SOUND MUFFLED THUMP, RATTLE AT DOORKNOB HENRY [yawns, waking] SOUND CHAIN RATTLES, BEDCLOTHES RUSTLE EDEN [muffled] Are you awake? HENRY Yeah, sure. Whatever. SOUND DOOR OPENS WITH DIFFICULTY SOUND EDEN ENTERS WITH TRAY EDEN I hope you like bacon. HENRY Uh, yeah! [surprised and enthused] SOUND SHIFTING AS HE SITS UP IN BED, CHAIN MOVES HENRY Thanks. Breakfast in bed. Almost like a dream, except-- SOUND RATTLE OF CHAINS CALLANDRA [snarky] Well, we can't have you wandering around the house like some sort of ... burglar, can we? HENRY Does she need to be here? SOUND SETS DOWN TRAY, DISHES RATTLE EDEN She's my backup. I need to talk to you. HENRY [annoyed] Go ahead. I don't eat with my ears. SOUND EATING NOISES EDEN [snort of laughter] This is going to sound really dumb, but... [thinks hard] I have a kind of proposition for you. HENRY [offended] You are way too young, and she's dead. EDEN Huh? CALLANDRA Shame on you! HENRY Nothing. [eats noisily] EDEN Ew! [angry sigh] Look, no. My dad is out of town, and I need someone to pretend to be him and talk to CPS. HENRY CPS? The CPS? Hell no. I hate those bast‑‑ uh-- buttheads. EDEN Why? You got kids? HENRY Never mind. No way you can talk me into-- EDEN We'll pay you. HENRY --into-- How much? EDEN Dad said we could give you a thousand. For staying here for two weeks and pretending to be him. HENRY He's not coming home for two weeks? [truly offended] What the hell is wrong with him, leaving you all alone? CALLANDRA Language!! HENRY I don't give a flying rat's patoot about my language! If your dad is so flipping negligent to leave you all alone for weeks at a time, [losing steam] then maybe you'd be ... better off-- EDEN [anguish] In foster care? No way!! HENRY Well, no, but... don't you have any other family? EDEN [mumbled] Not anywhere around here. HENRY [sincere] That sucks! EDEN Look, I'm not supposed to say anything, but my dad... He [whispers importantly] he works for the government. Top secret. HENRY Seriously? EDEN Uh-huh! So he can't always control when he'll be back. HENRY Why would he - why would you even trust me? EDEN You won't get paid until after the two weeks is up. Besides... I'm a pretty good cook? HENRY Okay, but I have to be able to tell my mom. She'll worry if I don't get home. EDEN You live with your mom? But you're like a grownup. That's weird. HENRY Why do you think I don't have a real job? MUSIC SCENE 7 – MEETING CPS FREDERICK [sharp whisper] Now you just behave now, my lad, or I'll give you what for again. HENRY [trying to be flippant] “Boo.” I get it. This makeup itches. EDEN Sorry. You had to look a little older. HENRY It is kinda creepy how I look so much like your dad. EDEN Yeah. [fretting] Where IS she? SOUND KNOCK ON THE DOOR CALLANDRA Eep! EDEN [to the ghosts] Scat! [quiet] Ready? HENRY Guess we'll find out. SOUND FEET, DOOR UNLOCKS and OPENS EDEN Hello? Ah. Right on time. SHERMAN Your father--? EDEN Right here. Come on in. HENRY [trying too hard to sound old] Ethan Anderson. Pleased to meet you. You're Ms. Sherman? EDEN [warning] Dad! [explaining] He's had a cold. SHERMAN [warm] Ah! I hope you're on the mend? HENRY [clears his throat, sounds more normal] Yes, yes. Much better. MUSIC SCENE 8 – WAITING IN THE KITCHEN SOUND FLAP OF KITCHEN DOOR, FEET CALLANDRA [very nervous] How goes it? EDEN Seems OK, so far. HENRY [off, furious] What? EDEN Oh no! SOUND RUNS OFF, FLAP OF DOOR EDEN [breathless] What? HENRY [grim] Tell her. SHERMAN [sweet] My dear, um, Eden. I was just telling your father that your school has raised issues about your father's involvement-- EDEN Why? He emails them all the time. They understand how busy he is. SHERMAN We still have to take it under advisement. Now, off the record, and with the understanding that you, sir, are a fairly wealthy man, I might ask why you haven't engaged a nanny or other similar household staff-- EDEN [QUIET, prompting] DAD! HENRY [angry] What business is it of yours, lady? SHERMAN Perhaps you should step out and leave us alone again, dear. EDEN No. I may be too young for my opinion to count, but I want to hear what you plan to do to me. We don't need anyone to look after the house. I can do that. SHERMAN But you shouldn't have to - you are a child, dear, and you have better things to do. EDEN Like what? Play Xbox and get fat? MUSIC SCENE 9 – AFTER SHE LEAVES SOUND FRONT DOOR SHUTS, LOCKS HENRY You have 20 million dollars? EDEN And a half. Not like I can spend it. They don't trust me - that's why they call it a trust fund. HENRY [snort] SOUND SHE STARTS UP THE STAIRS HENRY Hey, we're talking here. EDEN [upset] You're only my dad while there's an audience. HENRY [calling] Why don't you want a nanny or something? SOUND RUNS UP THE STAIRS CALLANDRA Poor child. HENRY [gasps] Oh, right. CALLANDRA Pity you're not much of a father. HENRY [offended] You're not much help, either. CALLANDRA Oh? And what do you expect from me? I've been dead over a century, boyo. HENRY How's that work, anyway? CALLANDRA [pouty] Don't know. Wouldn't tell you if I did. HENRY Fine. Whatever. You have anything to drink around this place? CALLANDRA [rolls eyes] Oh, yes. That would look terrible good to Ms. Sherman, wouldn't it? HENRY I'm going out for a while. Don't worry - I'll sneak out the back. I'm good at THAT. MUSIC SCENE 10 – HENRY'S HOME SOUND DOOR OPENS, MUSIC PLAYS IN THE BACKGROUND HENRY [sigh, then calling] Hey mom! MOM [bleary drunk] Baby? That you? HENRY [resigned] Yes, mom. MOM Where you been? HENRY I gotta job, mom. Been working. MOM You bring me back a little something, baby? Medicine? HENRY [down] Tomorrow. I promise. MOM [sarcastic] Such a good boy. You gon' expect me to bail you out again? You need to get you some better friends, baby. HENRY I'm not a baby, mom. I'm thirty-five. MOM You'll always be my baby, Henry, won't you? You know how much I count on you. How much it hurts every time you been taken away from me. What would I do if you were in jail? Do you ever think about that? HENRY Yeah. [under his breath] All the time. MUSIC SCENE 11 – CHAT WITH DAD SOUND COMPUTER KEYS SOUND DOOR OPENS HENRY Eden? EDEN [gasps] What? Oh! You're back! SOUND FOOTSTEPS HENRY You shouldn't sit in the dark like that. EDEN [sarcastic] Thanks dad. [serious] I've been chatting with my real dad. HENRY I didn't hear anything, if that's what you're worried about. EDEN Duh. Computer chatting. HENRY Typing. Right. I'm not much for the whole computer thing. EDEN That could be awkward, if Ms. Sherman decides to quiz you on what you do for a living. Dad's a programmer. HENRY For the government? EDEN [scornful] No! [realizing] Oh, I mean... uh... he's a programmer for real, but he doesn't program for them. HENRY [suspicious] Can I type something to him? EDEN Sure. SOUND CHAIR SHIFTS, CLUMSY, SLOW TYPING EDEN Is this a secret, or can I type it for you? HENRY Yeah, go on - at this rate I'll be here all night just to say Hi. Um... [thinking] Mister... uh ... can I call him Ethan? EDEN [responding to dad] All right. He says let's turn on the microphone. SOUND CLICK EDEN Now you can just talk. He still has to type, though. His mike is broken. HENRY I don't know you, so maybe I'm not the one who should be saying this, but - here goes. Dude, leaving your kid alone makes you a bad dad. So what if the government needs you! EDEN You're... serious? HENRY Hell yeah. You're gonna grow up robbing banks and stuff. EDEN Hmm. He says, just because your dad was a deadbeat, doesn't mean -- HENRY What the hell do you think you know? EDEN He says-- HENRY I can see what he says. Background check, my ass! EDEN I told you he's a computer guy. HENRY Fine. You need to take care of-- EDEN Don't tell me how to raise my daughter. Oh, and he says "watch"-- SOUND [some CCTV video comes on the computer] HENRY [shocked] How did he get that? EDEN Is that you? Breaking into a building? Wow. Wait, is that the museum? HENRY So that's your way of keeping me in line? EDEN Are you the one who stole the Cellini vase? HENRY I plead the fifth. [angry sigh] Fine. I'll do my two weeks, and then I am the hell out of here. EDEN [angry] Very well, you worthless wretch! HENRY What? EDEN [innocent] Just what he said. MUSIC SCENE 12 – RUDE AWAKENING SOUND POUNDING ON DOOR CALLANDRA Mr. Anderson!! HENRY [sleepy] What? CALLANDRA That woman is at the door! HENRY I can't answer it like this! I don't have that old-age makeup-- CALLANDRA Frederic! HENRY No, no - I can do it-- SOUND POUNDING AGAIN FREDERIC Did I hear a cue? HENRY No, we-- CALLANDRA He needs to look old and ill. And right fast. HENRY Really, I-- FREDERIC Hmm. Here. [horrible ghostly noise] HENRY [screams] CALLANDRA Shh! FREDERIC Damnation. Once that would have turned your hair quite white - as it is, you will have to wear a cap. MUSIC SCENE 13 – CPS AGAIN SOUND DOOR OPENS SLOWLY HENRY [shaky] Yes? SHERMAN Took you long enough. HENRY I was in the shower. Nearly killed myself slipping when I came down the stairs. SHERMAN Are you going to ask me in? HENRY You might have heard the scream. SHERMAN No. [hinting to let her in] It is rather chilly out here. HENRY [sigh] Very well. SOUND THEY GO IN, HE FAKES A LIMP CALLANDRA You watch out for that one! HENRY Shh! FREDERICK She can't hear us unless we want her to. SHERMAN I expect Eden is at school right now? HENRY She's a very good student. SHERMAN [disdainful] B plus. HENRY That ain't nothing to sneeze at, lady! SOUND SITS SHERMAN But we both know she could do better. HENRY What makes you think that? SHERMAN You could get her tutors. HENRY Why? She's real smart. FREDERICK You tell her! But you might try using proper grammar. SHERMAN There's so many things your money could do for your daughter. HENRY I'd rather let her be herself. CALLANDRA Oh, that's touching, that is. SHERMAN You could send her to private school. My own son Garth is in private school. HENRY [faltering] She has ...friends.... here. SHERMAN [hinting] A very expensive private school. HENRY You recruiting or something? I ain't making any decisions behind my kid's back. SHERMAN You could pay me to leave you alone. HENRY She wants to stay -- WHAT? CALLANDRA Horrors! FREDERIC Bezom! SHERMAN You must understand, Mr. Anderson, just how poorly compensated we civil servants are these days. What a completely thankless job we do. HENRY You really just hit me up for money? SHERMAN And how particularly expensive a really good school is. HENRY [incredulous] Money. You're asking for money. SHERMAN Of course. HENRY You're a skanky money-grubbing ho! FREDERIC Filth straight from the bowels of satan's own thrice-crowned hounds of hell! SHERMAN Language! [evil nice again] You have plenty of money. I've looked into your financials. Not just Eden's little trust fund, but liquid assets as well. HENRY That's blackmail! SHERMAN Technically, it's extortion. So far. Extortion is getting money with a threat of something yet to come. HENRY It's still illegal. CALLANDRA Oh, horrors! SHERMAN Blackmail, on the other hand, is getting money with the threat of revealing something from the past. Like your criminal record? HENRY My... [confused] what? SHERMAN Mr. Anderson, I have no wish to go into detail, but do you really think I would come here with just the might of CPS behind me? HENRY Maybe. SHERMAN No. I have something concrete on you. HENRY Doesn't ring a bell. [chuckles lamely] Criminal record? Me? [laughs] SHERMAN Do the words 1987 and dot com mean anything to you? HENRY But I was just-- ["a kid", but he cuts off] SHERMAN Using an assumed name? You're very lucky no one thought to cross-reference your fingerprints before, but once they do what I did... HENRY Oh, crap. SHERMAN I'm in no hurry. I'd be happy to take a little something up front, and then a larger payment by the end of the week, perhaps? HENRY I'll ...see what I have lying around. MUSIC SCENE 14 – CHAT WITH DAD SOUND DOOR OPENS, FEET STORM IN HENRY Is your mike on, Mr. Anderson? SOUND COMPUTER BEEP HENRY Good. Cause I don't know jack about how to work these things. SOUND COMPUTER BOOP HENRY You heard what happened? How? SOUND BOOP HENRY I didn't even notice a computer in the living room. SOUND BOOP HENRY Huh? Which button? SOUND BOOP HENRY No need to get snippy. SOUND BUTTON PUSHED ETHAN [computer generated voice] You will go immediately to the first hill bank and trust-- HENRY What do you mean immediately? I gotta do grocery shopping this morning. ETHAN Delivered. HENRY Not for here. for my mom. ETHAN Get it delivered. HENRY Hey! Mom may be an old lush, but she expects to see me from time to time. ETHAN Bank after. HENRY What's all this crap that witch was talking about, anyway? ETHAN No time. Bank today. Take three thousand dollars-- HENRY I can't pass for you at a damn bank! I can't sign your name! ETHAN Account in your name. Use your own I-D. HENRY What? In my name? What makes you think I won't just walk off... [back on topic] Second - why three thousand? She won't settle for just three-- ETHAN Three thousand will pay off her car. HENRY Damn. You really can find out anything, can't you? MUSIC SCENE 15 – HENRY HOME SOUND DOOR OPENS, MOM'S HOUSE. TV ON HENRY I brought your groceries. MOM Good. Didja get any beer? HENRY It's still in the car. MOM Bring that in next, woudja? That's a good boy. HENRY [from other room, confused] Mom? Where's my TV? MOM Mine was ...uh...on the fritz, so I moved yours in here. HENRY You did? MOM I had help. HENRY You forgot to pay, didn't you? MOM That is no way to talk to your mother! Besides, if you weren't gone all the time, I wouldn't have such a problem. You know I never was good with money. HENRY Yeah. MOM When did you say you'd get paid for this new job you got? MUSIC SCENE 16 – DINNER WITH EDEN SOUND DINNER NOISES HENRY You made this? EDEN [sullen] Yeah. HENRY It's pretty good. EDEN Should be. Been cooking since I was [Callandra's accent] "just a wee thing". [change of tone, sullen] You were gone all day. Again. HENRY I came back. EDEN Well, duh. We're paying you to be here. HENRY Are the ghosts joining us? EDEN [still sullen] Frederic gets too jumpy around food, and Callandra "doesna feel tis proper." MOMENT OF SILENCE HENRY Are you mad at me? SOUND THUMP - VASE ON TABLE HENRY What the h---ay? You going through my room? EDEN Callandra saw you hide it. SHE's very upset with you. CALLNDRA [from off] Though it is a right pretty wee thing! HENRY I had to bring it along - mom was about to use it as an ashtray. EDEN Why do you steal? HENRY Whoa! That ain't polite to ask. EDEN It isn't polite to steal. MOMENT OF SILENCE HENRY What else am I gonna do? Shove burgers? I ain't even got a GED. Without that… well… EDEN If you're trying to convince me to stay in school, there's no point. HENRY No way! You gonna drop out? Smart kid like you – you could be any darn thing you want! EDEN Oh, please. I already have a GED. Or at least, I took the test – just to see, you know? And I've taken a few college courses on the Internet. I stay in school for the socialization. HENRY Huh? EDEN I stay in school to look normal and have friends. The work is boring as hell, but I don't want to stand out. Do you know how hard it is to manage a B+ average? HENRY [sarcastic] Never had that problem, myself. EDEN [mounting upset] I have to guess on each test what the correct percentage of answers is to get wrong. I have to dumb my writing down for essay questions. I have to-- HENRY Why? EDEN Why? HENRY Why not just say to hell with it, and let em see how smart you are? EDEN Smart kids get noticed. I can stand out when I'm older. When it's safe. MUSIC SCENE 17 – WHERE'S DAD SOUND COMPUTER NOISES HENRY You need to get your butt home, dude. Your government might need you, but your daughter needs you more. ETHAN Not possible. HENRY What, are you in deep cover or something? In a foreign prison? [slow realization] Oh.... crap. ETHAN We are both in crap. HENRY No, I mean you - you're like them, aren't you? ETHAN Define "them". HENRY The ghosts. ETHAN [beat] Yes. HENRY Holy crap. ETHAN No. Just regular crap. HENRY I can't stay here forever! ETHAN Eden needs you. HENRY [wobbling] My mom... she needs me, too. ETHAN Open the scanner. HENRY What? Oh, that. SOUND SCANNER NOISE ETHAN I need your hand. MUSIC SCENE 18 – WHERE'S MOM SOUND SILENT HOUSE, KEY IN LOCK, DOOR OPENS HENRY Mom, why's the TV --? [panicky] Mom? SOUND MOVES THROUGH, TALKING HENRY Mom, please say you're okay. Say something! Hello? Oh, jeez, what could they'a done to‑‑ [cuts off as he spots something] What? SOUND PAPER PICKED UP HENRY [Reading] Hope you get this. Woulda called, but-- MOM [continuing, guilt tripping] --you never gave me your number at "work". Won a cruise in a mail-in contest. Back in a month. "Mom." P-S, all expenses paid - how you like them apples. Oh, and make sure to pay the electric bill. Want heat when I get home. HENRY [half amused, half annoyed chuckle] Ethan, you king of all shits. MUSIC SCENE 19 – LIKE MOTHER SOUND OUTSIDE, DAYTIME STREET GARTH Hey! EDEN [suspicious] Can I help you? GARTH [mean chuckle] You bet. SOUND CLICK OF CAMERA PHONE GARTH [annoyed] Hey! EDEN [scared, but standing her ground] If this is a mugging, I just e-mailed your picture to my dad. GARTH He's not gonna do anything. EDEN What makes you so sure? GARTH My mom has him by the short hairs. EDEN Your mom? GARTH Sherman? From CPS? Ring any bells? EDEN She went away. Everything is fine. GARTH Course it is. It's fine as long as you guys play ball. EDEN [starting to get it] As long as we--? GARTH Pay up. EDEN But that's-- GARTH You wanna complain, go whine to your dad, he'll explain the facts of life. For now... you got an ipod? EDEN [starting to break] I-- GARTH [threatening] Or should I say, do I got an ipod? [snarl] Hand it over. SOUND HAND OVER EDEN [nearly in tears] There. Choke on it, you bully! GARTH Uh! [shoves her] SOUND EDEN FALLS EDEN [gasp, trying hard not to cry] SOUND GARTH WALKS AWAY GARTH Hah! She got the Bieber fever. [nasty laugh] Ooh! Beyonce! EDEN [long sniffle] SOUND RUNNING FEET HENRY What happened? Here, let me-- SOUND SHE JUMPS UP AND THROWS HER ARMS AROUND HIM EDEN [crying] HENRY [nervous, not sure what to say] It's okay! I'll handle this. It's-- [determined, personal] It's going to be okay. MUSIC SCENE 20 – getting even SOUND QUIETLY DRESSING HENRY [whispering] It's easy to forget she's just a kid. FREDERIC [stage whisper] She is a most self-possessed young lady. HENRY Shh. She only just got to sleep. FREDERIC And you? Are you leaving her now, in her hour of need? HENRY [grim] Something I gotta do. FREDERIC In the middle of the night? SOUND ZIPPER ZIPS FREDERIC And dressed all in black? I sense skullduggery! HENRY Sense all you want, but stay quiet about it. FREDERIC Alas that I cannot do more than keep the light burning for your return. HENRY Yeah. See you in the morning. MUSIC SCENE 21 – SATISFACTION SOUND LOUD BANGING ON THE FRONT DOOR, DOOR OPENS HENRY [self satisfied] Ahh! [yawns] So sorry. Long night. SHERMAN Your check bounced! HENRY [congenial] No, I put a stop payment on it. Won't you come in? SHERMAN You WHAT? HENRY I - we - aren't playing your game any more. SOUND DOOR CREAKS OPEN A CRACK, UP CLOSE EDEN [whispered, eavesdropping] Go, Henry! FREDERIC I could always give her a visitation - maybe we'll get lucky and she'll keel over from the shock! EDEN No! He may be a butt, but I don't want you to kill some kid's mom! CALLANDRA They've gone into the living room! EDEN I'll have to listen on the laptop then. Right dad? SOUND BEEP MUSIC SCENE 22 – REVELATION HENRY Would you like a soda? SHERMAN I would like an explanation. What makes you think I won't go through with turning you in? HENRY Go ahead. When they take my fingerprints and they don't match the ones you have on file, you'll look pretty silly. SHERMAN You - you...! HENRY You might have noticed that I'm a bit of a computer nerd. SHERMAN Oh-ho-ho! [getting composure back] You may have changed the prints on the system, But you can't get into my backups. HENRY Call my bluff. SHERMAN Very well-- HENRY BUT-- SOUND MOMENT OF AWKWARD PAUSE SHERMAN [worried] What? HENRY I'm afraid you have a problem of your own. SHERMAN I have a what? Are you trying to blackmail me? I am very careful. HENRY About your money stuff, yeah - I'm sure you are. This is something else. A vase. SHERMAN A what? HENRY Have you read the papers recently? The museum? SHERMAN The Cellini Vase? HENRY Yeah, that thing. SHERMAN What does that have to do with me? HENRY It's in your house. MUSIC SCENE 23 – FINALE EDEN What if she finds it? HENRY What's she gonna do with it? She don't know no fences. CALLANDRA Or any place to sell it either. EDEN She might give it back? FREDERIC And try to explain how she happened to come by such a fugitive object? Hah! HENRY Hah is right. EDEN [down] So I guess this means you're gonna go now. I mean now that it's all clear. HENRY I guess. EDEN Would you stay? I mean, if you could? HENRY I'd like to but.... I dunno. My mom-- SOUND BEEP ETHAN [computer voice] Was lucky and got an apartment in a new full-service assisted living community. HENRY What? You can't just-- ETHAN Try and get her out. They have KeNo every Thursday. HENRY [annoyed but thinking] Hmm..... Does she get to have a nice TV? ETHAN No. HENRY What? How can you--? ETHAN You will bring one to her. EDEN Clever. FREDERIC Brilliant! CALLANDRA [sniffling] Touching. HENRY Gotcha. And what about me? EDEN I have four more years before I can technically be emancipated. If you're willing to be my dad til then, we'll-- ETHAN Pay you one hundred thousand per year. HENRY [dubious] That's pretty good. Hmm... Four years. EDEN Well, what do you want, then? HENRY Four years sounds like a heckuva lot like college. EDEN I'm still too young. HENRY Nah... I was thinking... you know... [quiet] For me. [up] But only if you'll help me get my GED and stuff. EDEN I bet I could be a really good tutor! MUSIC END
Ged and Murph get stuck into the biggest stories from Welsh rugby this week. Rhys Priestland makes the Wales squad and serves up a vintage performance for Cardiff. Fellow call up Rio Dyer shone for the Dragons in their win over the Ospreys. But what is going wrong at the Scarlets? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
David Spring M.Ed. is a Washington State junior college teacher. He observed in 2014 a 90% increase in students unable to pass the GED exam. They examined “Common Core” and the people behind the privatization of our schools. This culminated in WEAPONS OF MASS DECEPTION. Mr. Spring's book Free yourself From Microsoft and the NSA has altered how we look at Windows. Now the future of education during the Covid pandemic. We need “common sense”. The so-called “Covid-19 vaccine” is proving more danger than the virus. We'll also discuss “clot shot lies we were told. www.weaponsofmassdeception.org, www.learnlinexandlibreoffice.com , www.turningpointnews.com Www.freeyourselffrommicrosoftandthensa.org, www.commonsensebook.org
For this weeks' Throwback Thursday, I'm excited to do a podcast exchange with Mother's Quest member and fellow podcaster Casey O'Rourty. Casey is a positive discipline trainer and parent coach and host of the Joyful Courage Podcast. When Casey and I talked about sharing favorite episodes on one another's feeds, I knew just which one I wanted to bring to you. It's a powerful, vulnerable conversation between Casey and her daughter Rowan, about Rowan's mental health challenges with anxiety and depression. I remember I first heard this episode when my son Ryan was going through a hard time in high school. Listening to Rowan's courage and self-reflection gave me so much empathy and insight. And listening to Casey's humility and honesty about the challenges of navigating her daughter's challenges, invited me to reflect on how I could be supportive to Ryan during his. In fact, we listened to part of it together and it opened channels of communication in a beautiful way. I hope you get as much as I did from this conversation and when you're done, that you download Joyful Courage on your favorite podcast app so you can check out Casey's other incredible episodes. Much appreciation, Julie Neale ORIGINAL SHOW NOTES My guest today is Rowan O'Roarty. Rowan is my oldest child, she will be 18 in January, and one of my biggest teachers of personal growth. As we all do, we learn who we are as parents, through our relationships with our children. Rowan made me a mom, and continues to influence who I am in the world as I navigate what it means to mother her. Rowan has been through her own journey of personal discovery over the past few years, maneuvering mental health challenges, dropping out of school, completing her GED, and stepping in to big responsibility while her dad and I were gone for 2 months going through my husband's cancer treatment. I am honored that she is willing to come share herself and her journey so candidly with you all today. Takeaways from the show: Where the anxiety started When Rowan became aware of her anxiety Things we did that helped Rowan cope with depression and anxiety Panic attacks Navigating anxiety attacks and how parents can be supportive What depression feels like Things parents can do that are helpful to their teen's mental health Dialectical behavioral therapy Realizing only YOU can change your experience What Rowan has learned about herself these past few years Mental health and high school Rowan's freshman year Opting into online school Dropping out of school and gaining parent's support The GED test Plans for the future ABOUT THE JOYFUL COURAGE PODCAST Joyful Courage Parenting Podcast is a weekly show that is designed to entertain and inform as host, Casey O'Roarty tease apart all there is to learn on the parenting journey. The solo shows and expert guests interviews are packed full of useful nuggets for parents to take away and integrate into their own experience. — Mother's Quest is a podcast for moms who are ready to live a truly E.P.I.C. life. Join in for intimate conversations with a diverse group of inspiring mothers as they share how they are living an E.P.I.C. life, Engaging mindfully with their children (E), Passionately and Purposefully making a difference beyond their family (P), Investing in themselves (I), and Connecting to a strong support network (C). Join our community of mothers to light the way and sustain you on your quest at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mothersquest/
In this new edition of Episode Disruption, we're featuring stories of success and challenge as told by Map students in their own words — a final capstone project before their graduation. In this episode, we hear from Autumn. Faced with complex challenges — including an ADHD diagnosis, juggling work and school, and homelessness — academics were hard to focus on or prioritize. She never lost sight of her goals and tried various alternatives, including working towards a GED and attending night school, but none provided the support she needed and deserved. Then, she found her way to Map at age 21. “I'm so grateful for everything,” she says. “It was amazing to have a school that didn't just support you in school, but in life in general.” --- Education Disruption is a podcast by Map Academy — a free, public charter high school open to all Massachusetts students. More about Map Academy: themapacademy.org Explore past episodes: educationdisruption.org Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/themapacademy This podcast is a Hairpin production: hairpin.org
I kapitel 7-10 kommer Tenar i konfrontation med en lokal troldmand, mens Ged har svært ved at se sin fortid - og måske især sin fremtid - i øjnene. Kapitlerne byder også på forbandelser, diskussioner om mænd og kvinders magi og ikke mindst på spekulationer om hvem der er mest drageagtig. Til næste gang læser vi de resterende kapitler af bogen.
Ged and Dan are back together for the first time in three years to speculate on what the crisis in English club rugby could mean for the Welsh regions. We also look ahead to Wayne Pivac's squad selection, look back on the wins for Cardiff and the Scarlets and a draw for the Ospreys. Plus a quick peak to our exclusive interview with Warren Gatland (out on Wednesday). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Vereinbare jetzt dein kostenloses Erstgespräch: https://www.raykhahne.de/termin Willkommen zu Unternehmerwissen in 15 Minuten. SMART das Kurzformat. Mein Name ist Rayk Hahne, Ex-Profisportler und Unternehmensberater. Wir starten sofort mit dem Training. In der heutigen Episode erwarten Dich die 5 Unternehmerwahrheiten von dem Gedächstnisexperten Markus Hofmann . Wichtigster Punkt aus dem heutigen Training? Was Dir Disziplin gibt. Rayk Hahne ist Ex-Profisportler, Unternehmensberater, Autor und Podcaster. Er ist als Vordenker in der Unternehmensberatung und unternehmerischen Weiterentwicklung bekannt und ermutigt Unternehmer aller Entwicklungsstufen, sich aus dem operativen Tagesgeschäft ihres Unternehmens zurückzuziehen, um mehr Zeit andere Lebensbereiche zu gewinnen. Seine sportliche Disziplin und seine Erfahrung aus 10+ Jahren Unternehmertum nutzt er, um so vielen Unternehmern wie möglich dabei zu helfen, ihren „perfekten Unternehmertag” auf Basis individueller Ressourcen und Ziele für sich umzusetzen. -------------------------- Die kompletten Shownotes findest du unter raykhahne.de/748 --------------------------