All of the people born and living at about the same time period, regarded collectively
Schicksalsschläge musste die Familie Epp schon manche hinnehmen. Die Ex-Frau des Bergbauern und Mutter der Kinder wurde wegen Mordes verurteilt. Aufgrund gesundheitlicher Probleme möchte der Vater seinen Hof einem seiner Kinder übergeben. Der Wunsch löst in der Familie Spannungen aus. Lawinen im Winter und Steinschlag im Sommer bedrohen den Weiler Acherli oberhalb von Bristen im Kanton Uri, wo die Familie Epp seit vier Generationen lebt. Das Gras muss in den unwegsamen Wiesen von Hand mit der Sense gemäht werden. Für die Schwerstarbeit über all die Jahre hindurch bezahlt der Bergbauer einen hohen Preis: Aufgrund massiver Abnutzung seiner Gelenke kann er den Alltag nur dank Hilfe seiner Kinder bewältigen. Als eines von ihnen sich bereit erklärt, den Hof zu übernehmen, beginnt der Zusammenhalt in der Familie zu bröckeln. Zudem müssen die beiden Töchter und der Sohn ein Trauma verarbeiten: Ihre leibliche Mutter wird zu neun Jahren Haft verurteilt. Sie habe ihren zweiten Mann getötet, den sie nach der Scheidung von Sepp Epp geheiratet hat. Während fast 20 Jahren dokumentierte Hanspeter Bäni das Leben der Bergbauernfamilie Epp. Der Film zeigt, wie eine neue Generation heranwächst und von Schicksalsschlägen immer wieder getroffen wird.
"1968" hat einer ganzen Generation ein Etikett verpasst, das sie nie wieder losgeworden ist: Die "68er" gelten bis heute als Generation der Revolte, des Aufbegehrens gegen den Muff der Nachkriegsjahre. Aufbrüche und Neuanfänge, politisch, künstlerisch, sexuell, sozial waren schon in den Jahren zuvor unverkennbar.
This is the second of three episodes focusing on Tim Elmore’s newest book, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, releasing on Nov. 2nd, 2021. To pre-order the book and gain access to the mini-course visit: timelmore.com/book To take the leadership quiz now visit: https://hcleadershipessentials.com/pages/leadership-quiz Resources: The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership Pre-Order + Bonus Contact:…
This week's episode is another full one, but unlike some of the more recent episodes, this one features many games Marc enjoyed, including a fairly traditional rogue-lite with great art and great mechanics, and a linear survival game set in a surreal world that's both a joy to explore and discover. If you want some spice and variety in your life, give this episode a listen while eating a bowl or oatmeal mixed with hot sauce. You're welcome. Games Discussed: The Eternal Cylinder, Crown Trick, Red Ronin, Echo Generation, Phoenix Point, BATS: Bloodsucker Anti-Terror Squad, Youtubers Life 2
On today's episode Josh and Lyndsay talk about the various circus productions coming to New York City this November including Cirque Du Soleil's Twas the Night, a Wallenda remount of Big Apple Circus, an immersive Empire Circus with Bozo the clown, and a bold new in-person show from Omnium Circus. Later in the episode they call up circus legend and daredevil Noe España. In addition to storied and award winning career on the flying trapeze and wheel of death, Noe is a seasoned circus producer, director and designer. If you enjoy today's show please share it with a friend!
Today's episode has been weighing on our hearts. Although mental health is starting to be normalized a bit more, we wanted to share the idea about how we tend to hide our true feelings under fake appearances & "happy photos" that fill your feed. We talk about the heavier side of this topic but end with the enlightening thought that we should take photos more for the memory aspect side of them VS feeling like we have to share a perfect life online. Live each moment, document your journey for you and print some pics!
Welcome to season 4! In this episode we will be looking at John 13:34 - 35 and what it means to be a part of the Fire Filled Generation. You can reach us at email@example.com and you can visit the shop at www.vinvonaly.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healingthroughtheword/support
Welcome to season 4! In this episode we will be looking at Hebrews 11:1 - 3, 2 Corinthians 5:7 and what it means to be a part of the Fire Filled Generation. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can visit the shop at www.vinvonaly.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healingthroughtheword/support
ELEVISION SKIES was formed in 2016, coming from humble beginnings outside New York City, TELEVISION SKIES are looking to redefine American popular music. TELEVISION SKIES absorb the raw guitar and drum energy from bands like Led Zeppelin, The Who, Arctic Monkeys, The Sex Pistols and The White Stripes; channeling it through the dirty underground of the local dive punk scene while blending it seamlessly with wildfire pop hooks drawn from the likes of The 1975 and WALK THE MOON. This unique sonic image is all in support of the gritty, thought provoking lyrics inspired greatly by Twenty One Pilots and YUNGBLUD. By combining this unmistakable sonic trademark with a startlingly bold and sexy image and a deep sense of community within the Visionary Rat fandom, TELEVISION SKIES are bringing a new purpose to pop-culture and will take this Generation into the greatness it's poised for! Author Credit: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3dLV3jHDriaLuSsb06Iod3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on Newsgram we have a fun new Kids book to tell you about. No, it's not another book about learning colors or the sounds animals make. There are plenty of those out there already. This one is geared toward elementary school readers and it's designed to help them transition into chapter books. What's that […] The post Hickory Doc’s Tales: The Pack: First Generation appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
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The Melanie White you will meet on today's interview is a 4th generation CEO of her family's business, Hellwig Products, but her journey definitely didn't start out at the top. While simultaneously working on her degree in psychology and working at a bakery, Melanie's desire to be in outside sales was born. After seeing and listening to the sales reps that came through the family business, Melanie decided she wanted to have a go at impacting people through sales also. Her timing was perfect; Hellwig Products needed an outside salesperson to do their cold calling, Melanie saw the opportunity and raised her hand. Cold-calling was a gruelling experience and very quickly she learned she had to know more than the people she was selling to and figure out how she needed to talk to them if she wanted to make the sale. Hearing “no” was commonplace Melanie quickly developed a thick skin. Through tears, perseverance and the knowledge that she was made for more, Melanie forged ahead and fought against everything that worked to keep her small. From sales rep to CEO Melanie's story is one of inspiration to never give up, find new ways to improve the old and no matter how difficult it is keep going until you reach the top. So grab a pen and your favourite notebook and get ready to lay out the plans for your own quantum revenue expansion! Ursula's Takeaways: Intro (00:00) Be Knowledgeable (8:55) 4th Generation CEO (12:28) Definite Benefit To Being Woman Owned (16:28) Sale Went To A Trickle (22:25) My Biggest Goal For A Month (30:45) We Have Core Values As A Company (37:05) About Melanie White Melanie White is CEO and 4th Generation of Hellwig Products. The automotive suspension manufacturing company was started by her great grandfather and grandfather in 1946. Melanie joined the team 15 years ago, and as she has risen in the company she has been able to influence more growth. The company will triple in revenue this year from 12 years ago. Connect with Melanie White Website: http://www.hellwigproducts.com (www.hellwigproducts.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hellwigproducts (https://www.facebook.com/hellwigproducts) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melaniehellwigwhite/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/melaniehellwigwhite/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hellwig_products/ (https://www.instagram.com/hellwig_products/) About Ursula Mentjes Ursula Mentjes is an award-winning Entrepreneur and Sales Expert. She will transform the way you think about selling so you can reach your revenue goals with less anxiety and less effort! Ursula specializes in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and other performance modalities to help clients double and triple their sales fast. Honing her skills at an international technical training company, where she began her career in her early twenties, Ursula increased sales by 90% in just one year. Just 5 years later, when the company's annual revenue was in the tens of millions, Ursula advanced to the position of President at just 27. Sales guru Brian Tracy endorsed her first book, Selling with Intention, saying, “This powerful, practical book shows you how to connect with customers by fully understanding the sales process from the inside out. It really works!” Ursula is also the author of One Great Goal, Selling with Synchronicity and The Belief Zone, which received the Beverly Hills President's Choice award. Her Podcast, Double Your Sales NOW, is available on iTunes, iHeartRadio and other outlets. Ursula also serves as Past Statewide Chairperson of the NAWBO-CA Education Fund and Past President of NAWBO-CA. She is the recipient of the SBA's Women in Business Champion and a recipient of the Willow Tree's Extraordinary Example and Extraordinary Entrepreneur Awards, the NAWBO-IE ANITA Award, chosen as PDP's Extraordinary Speaker, PDP's Business Woman of the Year, the Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards Finalist and the...
When it comes to multi-generational wealth planning and how prepared children and grandchildren are to receive an inheritance, there are a few key concepts to keep in mind. We invite Chad Hamilton of our practice management team to discuss setting up a goals-based, comprehensive foundation of education. Included in this groundwork discussion are building blocks of debt, cash flow management, investment 101 and insurance.
Wind turbines keep getting bigger and bigger. The reason is that the power a wind turbine can theoretically generate is proportional to the disk-shaped area swept out by its blades. So, the bigger the blades, the more power can be produced by a single turbine. That being said, real-world turbines don't achieve their theoretical power […]
This week! Greg and Phil are joined by Paul Mattingly of Matt & Mattingly's Ice Cream Social to talk Animal Crossing, NSO Expansion Pack, Metroid Dread, and much, much more. Join us, won't you? Links of interest: Paul Mattingly on Twitter Ice Cream Social Animal Crossing Direct NSO Expansion Pack Pricing Metroid Dread Jett: The Far Shore Circuit Superstars Secondplayer.net Second Player podcast Greg Sewart's Extra Life Page The Player One Podcast t-shirt The Player One Podcast mug ResetEra Player One Podcast Topic Player One Podcast Discord Greg Streams on Twitch Sword of Sodan - Generation 16 #125 Add us in Apple Podcasts Check out Greg's web series Generation 16 - click here. And take a trip over to Phil's YouTube Channel to see some awesome retro game vids. Follow us on twitter at twitter.com/p1podcast. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to visit our new web site at www.playeronepodcast.com. Running time: 1:44:07
Daniel and Kim are joined by Cal Lu senior Julia Barrios to take a deep dive into The Hunger Games franchise. From the book release to the announcement of the prequel a decade later (and everything in between), they discuss what made this series so different from the other teen franchises at the time. Could The Hunger Games be the reason this for the revolutionary mindset of this generation? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
I've been running ManTalks for almost a decade and I've met a ton of amazing people who can speak truthfully and bluntly. But no one speaks carries their truth as authentically as Stephen Jenkinson. I find a lot of what Stephen says is medicinal: you might not think it tastes great, but damn if it isn't what you need to hear. This is a deep dive into why things are the way they are. Fear of submission, love of consumption, death-phobia, the commodification of trauma, endings, what the pandemic tried to tell us, and so much more. This is from a series I produced recently called The Wisdom of Elders, featuring experts on elderhood and culture to discuss what an “elder” actually is, where we are as a species, how we got here, and where we're headed. Basically, what the f*** happened? Culture activist, teacher, and author, Stephen Jenkinson teaches internationally and is the creator and principal instructor of the Orphan Wisdom School, co-founded with Nathalie Roy in 2010, convening semi-annually in Ontario, and in northern Europe. He has a Masters degree in Theology from Harvard University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Toronto. Apprenticed to a master storyteller when a young man, he has worked extensively with dying people and their families, was a program director in a major hospital, and an assistant professor in a prominent medical school. He is also a sculptor and traditional canoe builder, whose house won a Governor General's Award for architecture. Since co-founding Nights of Grief and Mystery with Gregory Hoskins in 2015, he has toured across North America, the U.K., Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. His new book, A Generation's Worth: Spirit Work While the Crisis Reigns, sets out to learn liveable answers. Dying and death, love and matrimony, money and soul, aging and elderhood, drawn through the eye of a pestilential needle: this is the spirit work, and that is the crisis. https://orphanwisdom.com/a-generations-worth-spirit-work-while-the-crisis-reigns He is also the author of Come of Age: The Case for Elderhood in a Time of Trouble, the award-winning Die Wise: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul, Homecoming: The Haiku Sessions, How it All Could Be: A Workbook for Dying People and Those Who Love Them (2009), Angel and Executioner: Grief and the Love of Life (a live teaching from 2009), and Money and The Soul's Desires: A Meditation. He is contributing author to Palliative Care – Core Skills and Clinical Competencies. Stephen Jenkinson is also the subject of the feature-length documentary film Griefwalker, a portrait of his work with dying people, and Lost Nation Road, a shorter documentary on the crafting of the Nights of Grief and Mystery tours. Connect with Stephen: -Website: https://orphanwisdom.com -Latest book: https://orphanwisdom.com/a-generations-worth-spirit-work-while-the-crisis-reigns -Books: https://orphanwisdom.com/shop/ -Griefwalker documentary: https://www.nfb.ca/film/griefwalker/ Did you enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the ManTalks Community, and help others find the self-leadership they're looking for. Are you looking to find purpose, navigate transition, or fix your relationships, all with a powerful group of men from around the world? Check out The Alliance and join me today. Check out our Facebook Page or the Men's community. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify For more episodes visit us at ManTalks.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton celebrate Captain Freeman Day by delving into the second season finale of Lower Decks, First First Contact. From the shocking cliffhanger, to Cetacean Ops and the return of Sonya Gomez, the duo cover all the major talking points. Plus, the hosts discuss Prodigy and Discovery news coming out of New York Comic Con and ponder William Shatner's journey to space.Right-click to download.Read more »
Justin from the popular true crime podcast called Generation Why joins Tim to talk about America's obsession with true crime and his podcast's role in shaping the growing genre. Justin and his best friend and co-host Aaron launched their podcast in 2012, helping to pioneer the true crime podcasting. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/shapingopinion/Justin_Evans_-_True_Crime_Obsession_auponic.mp3 For a lot of people when they think of podcasts, they think of true crime. And for a lot of people, when they think of true crime, they think of podcasts. Aaron (left) and Justin (right) from Generation Why But it's not just podcasts. True crime magazines were a thing for well over 50 years. TV programs like Dateline have made true crime their focus for decades. Streamers have produced a steady stream of documentaries like “Making a Murderer,” and then there are the motion pictures and the streaming dramas, like “Mindhunter.” In the podcasting world, true crime continues to be one of the fastest-growing genres. And as we've already mentioned, the Generation Why podcast has pioneered the form. Generation Why released its first episode in 2012. It's co-hosted by best-friends Aaron Habel and Justin Evans. Each week, they select a specific case, almost always involving a murder or a missing person, to study and analyze, and perhaps most importantly, help the listener come to their own conclusions. About four years into their own podcasting journey, Justin and Aaron saw a boost in listener interest when a podcast called “Serial” hit the scene. Serial is largely credited for helping to blast off podcasting to a new level of popularity and awareness. The Generation Why podcast remains one of the top true crime podcasts today. Links Generation Why Podcast (website) This American Life Podcast (website) Joe Rogan Experience Podcast (website) WTF with Marc Maron (Marc Maron podcast) Podcast Audiences: Why are Women Such Big Fans of True Crime Podcasts, BrandWatch (this is the article Tim mentioned in the episode Music Credits for this Episode The following tracks are featured in this episode under the terms of Creative Commons via the Free Music Archive: Deep by Bio Unit Death Note by Audiobinger PointsOfView by Ketsa Agency by Metre Apogee by Metre Sidewinder by Frequency Decree Insomnia by VibesByDRVN
Welcome to season 4! In this episode we will be looking at Matthew 6:6 and what it means to be a part of the Fire Filled Generation. You can reach us at email@example.com and you can visit the shop at www.vinvonaly.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healingthroughtheword/support
So many theist callers today! We got to talk to a variety of believers on what they believe and why. Join us this week on Skeptic Generation. Do you agree with our takes? Disagree strongly? Call in and tell us why! ___________TIME STAMPS & CALL NOTES 00:00 - Intro 04:33 - Sam (he/him) - KY - Does the Kalam Prove Atheism? 19:26 - Chad (he/they) - FL - This Troll Seems Very Angry… 36:00 - Edward (he/him) - DC - Theist Has An “Anti-Atheist” Argument 56:22 - Andrew (he/him) - PA - Atheism and Free Speech 1:08:40 - Tyler (he/him) - OH - The Atheist Community Made Me A Christian 04:33 Sam has a theory that William Lane Craig's Kalam cosmological argument actually supports an atheistic worldview. Vi and Eric explore ideas of timelessness, spacelessness, and personalness, and if they even make sense when attributed to the same being. If you enjoy talking philosophy while taking many casual digs at WLC, this is for you. Check out the Paulogia episode Vi referenced here: https://youtu.be/GC3o4GnKJFU 19:26A wild Chad appears to discuss why skepticism is bad, how atheism and skepticism are the same thing, how prioritizing wellbeing is morally corrupt, how it's destroying traditional family values, and how we are mocking America. This is possibly the angriest and most excitable troll we've had in a while, but he hangs up when he can't take the heat. 36:00 “Answer me these riddles three…” says this caller, leading Vi and Eric down a list of questions that “both Hitchens and the Pope would agree on.” He says that by answering these questions honestly, we'll come to an anti-atheist conclusion. Is it real, is it fantasy, or is it an equivocation fallacy? Let's go on this adventure together… 56:22 What does free speech mean, and do atheists use it correctly? Vi breaks down the different kinds of free speech, the responsibilities of being a good conversation partner, and how we can do better as a community in having those conversations. Eric gets put on the spot when Andrew asks a pointed question that starts an argument. 1:08:40 Tyler used to be an atheist viewer of popular call-in shows, but found they were only making him depressed and giving him an overly simplistic view of the world. He has since become a Christian, and has found solace in going to church. He asks if Vi and Eric had religious upbringings, and what their deconversion experience was like. The hosts empathize and ask Tyler to call back, closing with the question: “How do we discover what is true, even if something else makes us feel better?” ___________ Skeptic Generation is LIVE every Sunday at 11:30am-1:00pm CTCall on your phone: 585-LA-MURPH (585-526-8774) Call online: https://tiny.cc/callSG Love the show? Become a patron: https://tiny.cc/donatetoSG Buy merch: https://tiny.cc/SGmerch Help with our studio: https://tiny.cc/SGwishlist Join us after the show on Discord: tiny.cc/SGdiscordTo find out more, visit https://www.skepticgeneration.com Copyright © 2021 Skeptic Generation. All rights reserved.
A new MP3 sermon from DTBM, International is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: In Our Post-Covid World--It Is The Duty Of Each Generation To Reach Their Generation Subtitle: Discipline Yourself for Godlin Speaker: Dr. John Barnett Broadcaster: DTBM, International Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/17/2021 Length: 47 min.
Social Media - Fluch und Segen. Die negativen Effekte sind klar. Zu den positiven Seiten aber gehört es - für Sie sicherlich auch - , auf Menschen zu stoßen, die uns mit ihrem untypischen Blick auf die Welt inspirieren, unterhalten, im Idealfall zum Lachen bringen und die aber durchaus auch mal warnen, aufmerksam machen. Unser heutiger Gast ist so jemand, vielleicht kennen Sie ihn längst, vielleicht auch noch nicht. Aurel Mertz. Er ist Stand up Comedian, auch wenn das etwas irritiertend sein könnte, denn das, was er und andere Leute seiner Generation machen, hat mit diesem klassischen Bühnen-Ding "Pointe, Lachen, Applaus, Pointe, Lachen, Applaus“ nicht so viel zu tun. Er kann so viel mehr: Aurel schreibt, moderiert, hat einen Podcast und eine Satire-Sendung im ZDF und wurde als erster 5-Sterne-Koch unter 5 Jahren gehandelt. Aber hören Sie selbst. *** WERBUNG Toast Hawaii wird unterstützt von Dr. Oetker Rezept-Ideen für jeden Anlass gibt es auf oetker.de Dr. Oetker steht für vielfältige Produkte wie Pizza, Kuchen & Desserts und Genussmomente, mit denen jedem ein Gefühl von Zuhause gegeben wird. Haben auch Sie eine Dr. Oetker-Geschichte, die im Podcast erzählt werden soll? Dann schreiben Sie uns gerne unter firstname.lastname@example.org
Recorded and Streamed July of 2021: "It-shay hits the An-fay" as the groups therapy circle turns into something way more than ANYONE bargained for. A lot of choices are made, and consequences are felt. Cast on Twitter: Spoopy Game Master – Chris @Polish_Ogre Torhild (The Delinquent) - @ViolentlyGinger Edgelord (The Beacon) – Drew @NotThatDrew Syn (The Reformed) - @PurpleBeeholder Kali (The Transformed) - @litzabronwyn “Masks: A New Generation” is a Powered by the Apocalypse game by Magpie games. Check out their exceptional games and products at www.magpiegames.com. Sound Effects and some music provided by Zapsplat - check them out at www.zapsplat.com and get access to over 26,000 + free sound effects Additional music provided by www.purple-planet.com
Welcome to season 4! In this episode we will be looking at Matthew 25:35:40 and what it means to be a part of the Fire Filled Generation. You can reach us at email@example.com and you can visit the shop at www.vinvonaly.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healingthroughtheword/support
«Meine Mutter hat mich jahrelang geschlagen, getreten und eingesperrt. Noch schlimmer aber war, wenn sie tagelang nicht mit mir geredet hat.» Was der 35-jährige D. in seiner Kindheit erlebt hat, teilt er mit vielen Kindern in der Schweiz. Jedes 20. Kind erlebt physische und jedes vierte Kind psychische Gewalt. Das ist nicht explizit verboten in der der Schweiz. Im diesem «DOK»-Film von Andrea Pfalzgraf erzählen vier Menschen zwischen 16 und 64, wie sie Gewalt in der Kindheit erlebt haben und was das mit ihnen gemacht hat. In der Schweiz wird seit vielen Jahren darüber diskutiert, ob es ein explizites gesetzliches Verbot von Gewalt in der Erziehung braucht. In den meisten europäischen Ländern ist gesetzlich festgehalten, dass die Anwendung von Gewalt verboten ist. In Deutschland beispielsweise seit dem Jahr 2000. Dort belegen Studien auch die Wirksamkeit des Verbotes. Gibt es viel Stress in einer Familie oder ist ein Elternteil isoliert und auf sich allein gestellt, kann der Alltag mit Kindern an die Nieren gehen. Da kann in der Verzweiflung schnell einmal die Hand ausrutschen oder man sagt etwas, was man gleich wieder bereuht. Wer als Kind geschlagen oder erniedrigt wurde, kann sich in der Regel daran erinnern. Weshalb aber geschlagen wurde, vergessen viele. «Was bleibt, ist ein Gefühl von Hass», erinnert sich der Liedermacher Linard Bardill. «Das grösste Missverständnis bei kleinen Kindern ist, wenn man meint, dass sie einen extra ärgern», sagt die Entwicklungspsychologin Heidi Simoni. Kleine Kinder können das noch gar nicht, sie müssen einfach viel ausprobieren. «Eine Ohrfeige hat noch niemandem geschadet» hört man nach wie vor, allerdings eher von der älteren Generation. Diese Aussage ist falsch. Unzählige Studien belegen die negativen Folgen von regelmässiger physischer aber auch psychischer Gewalt in der Kindererziehung. Und keine einzige Studie kam zum Schluss, dass Gewalt etwas Positives bewirkt. «Jeder Schlag verletzt die Seele», bestätigt auch Georg Staubli, Chef des Notfalls und der Kinderschutzgruppe im Kinderspital Zürich.
iNtell of 2nd Generation Wu sat down with Dave Noodlez at the top of 2021 to talk about everything from fatherhood, music, life and more Listen to 2nd Generation Wu 'Hereditary' https://album.link/us/i/1548047204 Connect https://www.instagram.com/gftd.intell http://www.instagram.com/davenoodlez Shop the 2nd Generation Wu x Stereotype 'The Yellow Tape Hat' https://www.stereotypeco.com/2ndgenerationwu
This is the first of three episodes focusing on Tim Elmore’s newest book, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, releasing on Nov. 2nd, 2021. To pre-order the book and gain access to the mini-course visit: timelmore.com/book Resources: The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership Pre-Order + Bonus Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Social Media: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore & @AndrewMcPeak
The iPad mini has finally been updated with the 2018 iPad Pro design. Devon Dundee shares his experiences after using the iPad for several weeks. Check out Devon's work at ScreenTimes.net. A quick note from Tim Chaten the host of the podcast. If anyone would like to purchase my Series 5 Apple Watch, 44mm in Stainless Steel Gold with the original gold Milanese loop it is available for $450 shipped (United States only). Please reach out to iPadProsPodcast@gmail.com if interested. The watch will be brand new as a replacement from Apple with AppleCare+ and the watch band has had minimal use and is in great condition. The Series 7 in this configuration costs $799. Bonus content and early episodes with chapter markers are available by supporting the podcast at www.patreon.com/ipadpros. Bonus content and early episodes are also now available in Apple Podcasts! Subscribe today to get instant access to iPad Possibilities, iPad Ponderings, and iPad Historia! New episodes of the bonus shows release the first week of every month. Show notes are available at www.iPadPros.net. Feedback is welcomed at iPadProsPodcast@gmail.com.Chapter Markers00:00:00: Opening00:02:03: My Apple Watch Series 5 is For Sale00:03:25: Devon Dundee00:09:15: Cellular iPads00:11:36: What Configuration Did You Order?00:12:46: Any Accessories Or Cases?00:13:56: Magnets00:16:19: External Keyboard?00:17:42: Portrait Vs Landscape00:19:30: Scribble00:21:13: Apple Pencil00:21:58: ProMotion00:23:58: Initial Impressions00:25:43: Smaller Text00:26:39: Any Surprises After Using It?00:28:03: What Do You Use Your iPad For?00:29:42: Speakers00:31:04: The Screen Quality 00:32:37: Center Stage00:33:21: TouchID00:36:31: Holding The iPad With The Pencil00:37:19: Volume Buttons00:39:05: Battery Life00:40:18: Any apps you use more on the mini?00:41:37: PIP00:42:32: Split Screen Usage?00:44:00: Dual iPad Usage?00:46:21: Brydge Idea00:48:01: Any improvements you'd like to see?00:48:55: Aspect Ratio00:52:12: Final mini thoughts?00:54:51: @DevonDundee00:54:56: Magic Rays of Light00:55:02: ScreenTimes.net00:55:39: Closing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week Jimmy starts off by informing us about the social ranking system in China. We try to decide if we'd be better set to succeed in this system or that one. We decide the one without the communist government and the 200 million surveillance cameras was probably better (12:34). After that we reminisce on our time in restaurants and tell some stories about the worst types of people we've seen or had to personally deal with (27:50). To wrap it up we talk about if we are actually soft compared to the people older than us and then take a stab at guessing how we got that way. (47:40) We even continue to sprinkle in some fan favorites - rapid fire questions. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/tmsfu)
The first 11 chapters of Genesis, while packed with incredible stories and invaluable lessons, are merely an introduction to get us, the reader, to Abraham. Generation after generation are wrought with violence and failure. Then, we turn the page to Genesis 12 and meet Abram. He is a new Adam. He is the patriarch of Israel. And, he is new creation embodied.
Is a food shortage on the way? Why the heck should we all care about our food system before its too late? I enjoyed this episode with RC Carter of Carter Country Meats & know you will as well! Check him out here - Carter Country Meats - 100% Regenerative Farm - - http://cartercountrymeats.refr.cc/sarahk Find your own local farm - www.eatwild.com This episode is sponsored by Upgraded Formulas - Get your HTMA with Upgraded Formulas - use my code YOGI12 for a discount! - https://www.upgradedformulas.com/?rfsn=4637317.2071db5&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4637317.2071db5
Historically, the electricity sector in Australia has been dominated by coal-fired power stations. Even now, coal accounts for about 60% of Australia's electricity generation. But since 2005, wind power and rooftop solar have led to a fast-growing share of renewable energy in total electricity generation. Australia is the second-largest exporter of coal in the world […]
Twenty Minute VC Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “It may be lucky but it's not an accident” – Chris SaccaDon't dismiss your success, it will always be an unexpected combo of luck and hard work“Training by way of tragedy. When things are going up you tend to correlate it with talent, when things are going down you tend to correlate it with luck.”– Chris SaccaWith more experience, you eventually invert this curve. You learn how to properly self-reflect on your own failures and successesLet the large amount of good in the world outweigh the small amount of badWhen investing or decision making in general, don't let the small potential for bad results overpower your ability to say yes“There's a surplus of assholes coming down the pipeline”– Chris SaccaMany young adults growing up in computer science have never had a job that required human interaction, shaping their interpersonal capabilities often for the worseThe sheer ease of access to information is contributing to this as well as kids are not used to hearing noChris is leading the climate change firmLowercarbon Capitol where every deal has the potential for more than 1 gigaton of carbon removalClimate change efforts are not just charitable, they are profitableRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.org Chris Sacca is the Founder and Chairman @ Lowercase Capital, one of the best performing funds in the history of venture capital with a portfolio including Uber, Stripe, Twitter, Instagram, Twilio, Docker and many more. Despite this incredible success, in 2017, Chris and his wife, Crystal announced they would be stepping back from day to day investing to focus on ongoing efforts to rescue our democracy, heal the planet, promote diversity within venture capital. Earlier this year, they announced Lowercarbon Capital, with $800M AUM, with the mission to back companies that make real money slashing CO2 emissions, and buying us time to unf**k the planet. Fun fact: As a result of his incredible investing success Chris has also been a Shark on Shark Tank and even starred in an episode of Billions. In Today's Episode with Chris Sacca You Will Learn: 1.) How Chris made his way into the world of investing having started life as a lawyer? What was his first investment? How did the first Twitter $25K angel check come about? 2.) How does Chris evaluate his own relationship to money and wealth? Why did Chris and Crystal interview some of the wealthiest people? What did they learn from those discussions? How does Chris view the role of luck? Why was it when Chris lacked optimism he lost the most money? How did being $4M in the hole from public markets impact his mindset? 3.) What does it mean for Chris to bring up healthy and happy children? Why does Chris believe today's parenting has bred a generation of asshole kids? In what way is great parenting aligned to great team management? How does Chris give feedback to his teams vs his children? What tone should be used? Should it always be "radical candor"? Should it be immediate? 4.) Does Chris believe that VCs really add any value? What does Chris believe is his secret sauce? Why does Chris believe that as a VC you have to be outspoken and loud about the value you provide? What have been some of the biggest lessons for Chris from sitting on boards and working with Bill Gurley? Why does Chris believe that most VCs are shitty managers? 5.) Why did Chris decide to come back from retirement and found Lowercarbon with Crystal? Why did he not decide to do it all with his own money? Why is now different for climate tech than prior generations of climate tech innovation? How big does Chris want to scale Lowercarbon? Will Chris make more money from climate investing than from tech? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Chris Sacca Chris' Favourite Book: Not Fade Away: A Short Life Well Lived, How To Raise an Adult
In our new "Pillars of the Faith" series, the Heretics take on Original Sin and the "Fall of Man" in the Garden. Plus, Linda Kay Klein, author of the award-winning book, Pure: Inside the Evangelical Movement That Shamed a Generation of Young Women and How I Broke Free, is our Heretic of the Week!
This week! Metroid Dread is out and we talk about the first couple hours (if you consider boss names spoilery, then a spoiler from previous trailers is mentioned here). Plus Nagoshi leaves Sega, GTA Trilogy is announced, Sora in Smash, OLED Switch, the Hot Wheels grind, and much, much more. Join us, won't you? Links of interest: Nagoshi leaving Sega Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Remaster announced Sora is the final Smash Bros. Ultimate character Metroid Dread Switch OLED model Tetris Effect: Connected Kena: Bridge of Spirits Gunple: Gunman's Proof Hot Wheels Unleashed Castlevania Advance Collection A Gamer Looks At 40 podcast Insert Coin podcast w/Game Positive Secondplayer.net Second Player podcast Greg Sewart's Extra Life Page The Player One Podcast t-shirt The Player One Podcast mug ResetEra Player One Podcast Topic Player One Podcast Discord Greg Streams on Twitch Sword of Sodan - Generation 16 #125 Add us in Apple Podcasts Check out Greg's web series Generation 16 - click here. And take a trip over to Phil's YouTube Channel to see some awesome retro game vids. Follow us on twitter at twitter.com/p1podcast. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to visit our new web site at www.playeronepodcast.com. Running time: 1:25:46
Get on in here to listen to the last episode of To L and Back of the season! Last week I said that things were starting to get capital-S Serious and well, I wasn't wrong. Relive the head-spinning relationship escalations of Tess/Shane and Alice/Tom! Yell with us about Finley's intervention! And obviously, obviously, let's all gasp together about that ending! And friends, because it is our final episode of the season, I will be honest and brave in this post and say: I did not dislike this episode as much as my pals Drew and Riese! But more than anything I will be honest and say we've had such a blast recapping this often infuriating, always entertaining television program this season and we hope you had a blast listening. If we made you laugh or cry or even just roll your eyes, please consider donating the Autostraddle fundraiser! And let's all keep our fingers crossed for another season, because as Riese says, even when we hate it...we love it! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @tolandback Follow Riese everywhere at @autowin and her esteemed website @autostraddle. Join our membership program, A+, to ensure our site lasts as long as this show did! Follow Drew Gregory (@draw_gregory) and Analyssa Lopez (@analoco_ & @analocaa) Theme song: Be Steadwell @besteadwell Gen Q Logo: Jacqi Ko @yojaxko Episode Produced, Mixed, Edited: Lauren Klein @laurentaylorklein
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Chris Sacca is the Founder and Chairman @ Lowercase Capital, one of the best performing funds in the history of venture capital with a portfolio including Uber, Stripe, Twitter, Instagram, Twilio, Docker and many more. Despite this incredible success, in 2017, Chris and his wife, Crystal announced they would be stepping back from day to day investing to focus on ongoing efforts to rescue our democracy, heal the planet, promote diversity within venture capital. Earlier this year, they announced Lowercarbon Capital, with $800M AUM, with the mission to back companies that make real money slashing CO2 emissions, and buying us time to unf**k the planet. Fun fact: As a result of his incredible investing success Chris has also been a Shark on Shark Tank and even starred in an episode of Billions. In Today's Episode with Chris Sacca You Will Learn: 1.) How Chris made his way into the world of investing having started life as a lawyer? What was his first investment? How did the first Twitter $25K angel check come about? 2.) How does Chris evaluate his own relationship to money and wealth? Why did Chris and Crystal interview some of the wealthiest people? What did they learn from those discussions? How does Chris view the role of luck? Why was it when Chris lacked optimism he lost the most money? How did being $4M in the hole from public markets impact his mindset? 3.) What does it mean for Chris to bring up healthy and happy children? Why does Chris believe today's parenting has bred a generation of asshole kids? In what way is great parenting aligned to great team management? How does Chris give feedback to his teams vs his children? What tone should be used? Should it always be "radical candor"? Should it be immediate? 4.) Does Chris believe that VCs really add any value? What does Chris believe is his secret sauce? Why does Chris believe that as a VC you have to be outspoken and loud about the value you provide? What have been some of the biggest lessons for Chris from sitting on boards and working with Bill Gurley? Why does Chris believe that most VCs are shitty managers? 5.) Why did Chris decide to come back from retirement and found Lowercarbon with Crystal? Why did he not decide to do it all with his own money? Why is now different for climate tech than prior generations of climate tech innovation? How big does Chris want to scale Lowercarbon? Will Chris make more money from climate investing than from tech? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Chris Sacca Chris' Favourite Book: Not Fade Away: A Short Life Well Lived, How To Raise an Adult
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