Principle of treating others as oneself would wish to be treated, found in most religions and cultures
We are wrapping up our Gratitude series today, and Pastor Jeff offers a unique perspective on the Golden Rule that Jesus teaches us: "Treat others the way you want to be treated." Tomorrow we will start our Christmas series - 16 days to Christmas and we pray you continue to join us! Luke 6:38 Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.
Did you know that how you think about people matters. It affects how you discribe them and in the long run it affects how much posotive impact you are able to make with those you love. Learn how to change problem talk to solution talk in this episode. CLICK HERE for your 35 free conversation starters Blog: www.thefocusedmindset.com/blog-by-cher Instagram: Cher The Focused Mindset Is Solution-Focused Coaching with Cher right for you? Book a free discovery call today at Cher Kretz Discovery Call Access. Website: www.thefocusedmindset.com GPS Life Solution Focused Journals on Amazon. Get your thinking mat today at www.thinkingmats.com and put Focused Mindset at checkout to get your podcast listener discount. Thank you for listening. Feel free to share this episode. Until next time, Live Solution-Focused
Welcome to the Rialto Marketing Podcast. Today's episode is a Revenue Acceleration Series Interview where we talk to seven-figure B2B professional service firm owners that are actively trying to grow their business and get to the next level. We talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly so that you can learn from their experience.
Guillaume Cabane is a growth advisor to high-growth SaaS Startups, including Ramp, Spot, Airbyte, G2, Gorgias, Metadata, Madkudu, and others. Guillaume held VP of Growth roles at Drift, Segment, and other successful startups, where he helped them grow from ~50 to 300. Prior, Guillaume spent 6 years at Apple. In Today's Episode with Guillaume Cabane We Discuss: 1. Entry into Growth: How did Guillaume make his way into the world of growth? What are 1-2 of his biggest lessons from him time at Segment where he 4x revenue? What does Guillaume know now that he wishes he had known when he entered growth? 2. Enterprise vs SMB & CAC/LTV: Why does Guillaume think it is harder to go enterprise down than SMB up? What are the biggest mistakes companies make when scaling into enterprise? What are the biggest mistakes startups make with product-led-growth motions? Why does Guillaume believe it is impossible to analyse CAC/LTV in early companies? 3. Activation, Engagement and KPI Setting: What are the biggest mistakes companies and teams make in activation? What can growth and marketing teams do to guarantee engagement in prospects? Why are all KPIs not tied to revenue BS? 4. Hiring the Growth Team: What are the core characteristics of great growth hires? How quickly does it become apparent when you have made a bad growth hire? Why do founders make the best profiles when hiring your first growth hire? What are the biggest mistakes Guillaume has made when hiring for growth? 5. Why Growth is Like Venture: What is the secret to building a great growth portfolio? Why is it impossible to scale to $50M ARR with only one good channel? What is the right way to spread resources across channels? When is the right time to add new channels and diversify?
Jesus is concluding His sermon by summarizing and applying His message. He makes it clear that the Golden Rule, verse 12, takes care of all the Old Testament Law and Prophets. It is the right and Godly way of life. Next, Jesus warns if we want to live according to this rule it will be unpopular and hard.
Cut the stress out of gift giving this Christmas. If shopping for your spouse (and anyone else on your list) feels daunting, this episode is for you. In this episode Patrick Kucharson, the Better Gift Coach, shares how to give gifts that will resonate with their recipients, strategies to become a better gift-giver, and great gift tips for any budget (including free!). Tune in to learn more! Episode highlights include: Simple strategies to know what they really want Why you need to make brainstorming gift ideas a team sport - and who to recruit to your team The categories of not-so-good gifts you do not want to fall into this Christmas! Patrick's Golden Rule of Gift-Giving Subscribe to Podcast Email to make sure you never miss an episode. When you sign up, you will get our 4 Week Connection Challenge for free! Plus you will get noteworthy quotes, resources, and more delivered straight to your inbox. *Music for this podcast is created by Noah Copeland. Check him out here! QUOTES “How much thought you put into a gift doesn't necessarily translate into the value the gift recipient will assign to it.” - Patrick Kucharson “Give gifts that you know they want to receive, over gifts that you want to give.” - Patrick Kucharson “It's showing that you appreciate them. You're listening.” - Patrick Kucharson “A shortcut for gift-giving: Look around, take note of the negatives, and try to give gifts that will remove them.” - Patrick Kucharson QUESTIONS: What's your favorite gift you've given your spouse, and what made it great? Who can you recruit to your “gift brainstorming team” this season? MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Patrick's Better Gift Coach free weekly email is every bit as entertaining and insightful Patrick was on today's podcast! Sign up HERE! You can also find him on Instagram In the midst of all the gift talk, take time to look for something only God can give: Contentment. Grad our 15-Day Contentment Challenge with your donation of ANY amount and pursue true contentment.
Everything is a negotiation. From the boardroom to the lunchroom, finding common ground is critical to getting what you want. Keld Jensen has more than 30 years of experience in international management, negotiation, and communication from his post as managing director of a listed Scandinavian company. He is the founder and former CEO of Centre for Negotiation, a consulting and training organization that has worked with private industry and governmental bodies in Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. Keld is also the author of the book, Negotiation Essentials: The Tools You Need to Find Common Ground and Walk Away a Winner, detailing common business interactions that you didn't know were negotiations–and, how to approach them. You might think that only CEOs are great at negotiations, but Keld will tell you that is wrong. Every single person has to navigate 8‒10,000 negotiations a year, and it's not only in contracts. It's just as much about where to go for lunch as it is about how to move to the next step in striking a deal. Keld shares a variety of experiences that he has had with negotiations. Too many people think that negotiations mean confrontation or conflict or that there can only be one winner. By changing your perception of what negotiation is all about, you can consider the possibilities of what everyone can gain from negotiation. From pausing negotiations for a client who is dealing with cancer to the success of those who uphold the Golden Rule, Keld highlights the ways that effective negotiations can be the secret weapon that leads to success. Interview Links: Keld Jensen Resources: Growth Navigator Coaching Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Recruiter.com Short List (use code scaleup) Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Scaling Up Coaches (formerly Gazelles). We share how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. Bill Gallagher, Scaling Coach and host of the show, is an international business coach who works with C-Suite leaders to achieve breakthrough growth. We help leadership teams with the biggest decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth. Scaling Up is based on Verne's original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits. Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then please leave a review! Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts.
"Behold, you desire truth in the inward parts, and in the hidden part, you will make me know wisdom." Psalm 51:6 Once, the LORD sent Nathan to David. When Nathan arrived, he shared a story with David. In a certain city, there were two men - one was wealthy, and the other was poor. The rich man had many sheep and cattle, but the poor man had only one small ewe lamb that he had bought. He cared for it like a daughter, which was dear to him. One day, a traveler came to the rich man's house, and instead of using his own animals to prepare a meal for the guest, he took the poor man's beloved lamb and prepared it for his visitor. Upon hearing this story, David became furious and stormed out of the room. His face flushed with anger as he clenched his fists, unable to contain his rage. He asked Himself, "How could someone do this to his fellow men under my kingdom? David's mind raced with thoughts of retribution as he struggled to control his emotions before he finally declared that the man who did such a thing deserved to die for his lack of compassion. However, when Nathan said to David, "You are that man! He knew things would never be the same again (Story from 2 Samuel 12). Exodus 20:17 says, "You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not covet your neighbor's wife, or his male servant, or his female servant, or his ox, or his donkey, or anything that is your neighbor's." Now, reflect on your actions in light of this story and consider whether you show kindness and empathy towards others as you should be. Again, consider this tale and ponder the response your conscience would provide because the story teaches us different lessons about the greediness of life and how we judge others. Consider your treatment toward others and whether it aligns with what is just and right. Recall the Golden Rule spoken by Jesus in Matthew 7:12, emphasizing the importance of treating others as you would wish to be treated. Similar to Nathan's storytelling approach with David, envision God asking you about your conscience, seeking the inner truth guiding your decisions and actions. Reflect on whether your conduct reflects traits such as haughtiness, deceit, violence, wickedness, eagerness for evil, falsehoods, or sowing discord among people, as outlined in Proverbs 6:16-19. I pray that every word we speak and every action we take be a reflection of Christ's unwavering love for all humanity. Amen. Psalm 51:17 says, "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit, A broken and a contrite heart— These, Oh God, you will not despise." Amen. Prayer for Today! Oh Lord, grant us the strength to extend forgiveness and understanding, just as God's boundless mercy has forgiven and understood us. Help us show empathy towards those who may have wronged us, offering them the same unending love that Christ has shown to us. May our actions inspire others to embrace unity, peace, and harmony among all people, regardless of their background or beliefs. In Jesus' name. Amen. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pastor-divineo/support
Mel, Todd, and Michael discuss how to spot false teachers. What are some qualities to look for in a good teacher? Are there more false teachers inside the church or outside the church? How should a pastor react when a false teacher emerges within the congregation? They also talk about the role of rituals in the Christian life. Can rituals change the quality of your spirit and help you mature as a Christian? The conversation lands on a discussion of the Golden Rule, and whether or not its meaning can be corrupted by cultural decline.
So many struggle with family relationships, obligations, different customs and even political differences during the holidays. In this episode Dolores Gill shares how to get through and keep your energy high. Follow Dolores here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doloresgill/
If you set the decoys right they will come? Maybe, or maybe you have to call just right, or not look at them when the pass over, or maybe they are just ducks being ducks. Find out today on The FowlWeather Podcast – plus your Monday duck migration forecast. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fowlweather/support
Jesus gave us the Golden Rule as a starting point for relating to others. We'd all love encouragement from others, so we might as well decide to be as kind and encouraging as possible. As we continue our Words Matter series, we'll be reminded of the opportunity to be kind and encouraging.
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Dawn and Steve in the Morning are live from the International Christian Visual Media Conference (ICVM). They start the morning with a devotional from Blackaby Ministry International about the difference between judgment and discernment. In addition, Dawn and Steve explore an article by Caroline Stoltzfus titled "Golden Rule for Your Email Inbox."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What are your core convictions about work and personal finances? How you view your work can color how you view all the different aspects of your life...so how is work going right now? And surprise, surprise, Lily thinks that the Golden Rule rules in the workplace. She'll explain this week.
Love doesn't look for the least it can do, but it does all that it is needed without stopping to consider the cost or the convenience. We should strive to love our neighbors in a way that brings glory to God, so a great question is “WWLD?” ►► Would you please prayerfully consider supporting this ministry? My Patreon supporters get behind-the-scenes access to exclusive materials. ◀︎◀︎
Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Georgia Pack and Load, Findlay Roofing and Attorney Ken Nugent Dawgs took care of business against Ole Miss on Saturday and a trip to Rocky Top to take on the Tennessee Volunteers is on the horizon but is Buck breaking one of Kirby's Golden Rule by already looking ahead Hear Georgia Bulldog Roundtable Monday-Friday at 10:35a part of "The Buck Belue Show"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Golden Rule might be the most famous command in the whole Bible. But what Jesus presents is truly more vision than it is rule. Plus, when we should and shouldn't judge others based upon God's generosity toward us.
EP 2777 Nathan Brunner, CEO, SalarshIP, was quoted saying this in an interview. ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER People hire Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter to provide No BS Career Advice globally because he makes many things in peoples' careers easier. Those things can involve job search, hiring more effectively, managing and leading better, career transition, as well as advice about resolving workplace issues. He is the host of “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” the #1 podcast in iTunes for job search with over 2700 episodes. You will find great info to help with your job search at my new site, JobSearch.Community Besides the video courses, books and guides, I answer questions from members daily about their job search. Leave job search questions and I will respond daily. Become an Insider+ member and you get everything you'd get as an Insider PLUS you can get me on Zoom calls to get questions answered. Become an Insider Premium member and we do individual and group coaching. Also, subscribe to JobSearchTV.com on YouTube and No BS Job Search Advice Radio, the #1 podcast for job search with more than 2700 episodes over 12+ years.in Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon Music and almost anywhere you listen or watch podcasts. You can also have your #jobsearchquestions answered Tuesdays at noon Eastern. Search for Career Coach Office Hours on LinkedIn and mark that you're attending. You'll have access to the recording if you miss it live. Schedule a discovery call to speak with me about coaching you during your job search at www.TheBigGameHunter.us to discuss one-on-one or group coaching with me LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/TheBigGameHunter Resume & LinkedIn Profile critiques www.TheBigGameHunter.us/critiques We grant permission for this post and others to be used on your website as long as a backlink is included to www.TheBigGameHunter.us and notice is provided that it is provided by Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter as an author or creator. Not acknowledging his work or providing a backlink to www.TheBigGameHunter.us makes you subject to a $1000 penalty which you proactively agree to pay. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nobsjobsearchadviceradio/support
This week we talk about what our NRC billing team said is the 'Golden Rule of Medical Billing'. You won't want to miss this great episode on the importance of the golden rule! Join other healthcare professionals in the discussion on Facebook Group RevMD.Don't miss an episode, subscribe via Apple Podcasts and if you haven't done so already, Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.If you are looking for a reliable, data-driven, medical biller to help grow your revenue reach out to Info@nationalrevenueconsulting.com or visit us here.
Picture the United States as a vast jigsaw puzzle, filled with pieces that have been moving and morphing since its inception. Now, imagine that puzzle shaken up, the pieces sorted by design, color, and shape, segregating into separate corners. That's the current socio-political landscape of our nation, a phenomenon introduced to us by American Journalist, Bill Bishop, refer to as the 'Big Sort.' As we ponder over the founding documents of the United States, we'll see how they've shaped a nation as diverse as ours. So buckle up, as we pull apart the threads of history and weave together a cohesive understanding of the forces shaping our nation.Our guide will be Michael Barone and his wonderful book, Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Migration Transformed America and Its PoliticsKey Points from the Episode:A journey through time unveils the cultural and political upheavals, the widening cultural divides, and the role of self-selection in where Americans opt to live. Get ready for an insightful exploration of America's past and present, as we dissect how events like the late 2000s recession and the financial crisis have shaped our country.Our voyage doesn't stop there. We wade into deeper waters, discussing migration's impact on political and cultural shifts in America. We'll scrutinize the 'Big Sort' and the future implications of this self-selection trend. Ever wondered what led up to the Civil War? I've got just the book recommendations for you. The American Story is much more interesting while studying these vast migrations in our country history. So much so, that the American Story is in fact a Land of HopeOther resources: What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815 - 1848 Vote NO on Ohio Issue 1–what does it mean legally video?More goodnessGet your FREE Academy Review here!Get our top book recommendations listGet new podcast episodes dropped into your email box easilyWant to leave a review? Click here, and if we earned a five-star review from you **high five and knuckle bumps**, we appreciate it greatly, thank you so much!Because we care what you think about what we think and our website, please email David@teammojoacademy.com, or if you want to leave us a quick FREE, painless voicemail, we would appreciate that as well.
Jim Gale and Mathew Britt are on a mission to help people grow their own food, turning lawns into food forests. By leveraging the science of permaculture (permanent agriculture) and by working in harmony with nature, they design and install beautiful edible landscapes that yield incredible amounts of healthy and poison free food. Their team of professional permaculture designers and installers around the world are ready to help you grow your own food, strengthen your community, and grow freedom today! 650+ Food Forests in development 50 States and 50+ countries served 140+ installation teams Current projects include: orphanages, residences, prisons, resorts, and farms Next idea: schools, permaculture design education https://foodforestabundance.com/ https://www.galtslanding.farm/
The greater righteousness that is required to enter the kingdom of God is summarized by the so-called "Golden Rule," to treat others the way you want to be treated. And how do we all want to be treated? The Golden Rule as it appears in the Sermon on the Mount suggests that we consider empathy and benevolence as practical ways to love others.
Israel “Izzy” Kalman is an international authority on bullying. During four decades of exhaustive research and fieldwork, he has been changing the way bullying is understood and neutralized. While exposing problems with the conventional, legalistic approach to bullying, Izzy has pioneered a pragmatic, more psychologically sound approach.Izzy's Website: https://www.izzykalman.com/aboutIzzy's Ted Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMLFugvgJJc Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We just had a conversation with Dr. Matthew Levitt, an expert on Hassan Nasrallah and Hezbollah, getting his immediate reaction and analysis on Nasrallah's first public address since the October 7 War. Matt is the director of the Program on Counterterrorism and Intelligence at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. He served as deputy assistant secretary for intelligence and analysis at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. During his tenure at Treasury, he played a central role in efforts to protect the U.S. financial system from abuse and to deny terrorists, weapons proliferators, and other rogue actors the ability to finance threats to U.S. national security. He later served as a counterterrorism advisor to the special envoy for Middle East regional security. Previously, Matt was a counterterrorism intelligence analyst at the FBI, where he provided tactical and strategic analytical support for counterterrorism operations, focusing on fundraising and logistical support networks for Middle Eastern terrorist groups. He is the author of several books and monographs, including Hamas: Politics, Charity and Terrorism in the Service of Jihad (Yale University Press, 2006), Negotiating Under Fire: Preserving Peace Talks in the Face of Terror Attacks (Rowman & Littlefield, 2008), and Hezbollah: The Global Footprint of Lebanon's Party of God (Georgetown University Press, 2013). He is the host of the podcast series, Breaking Hezbollah's Golden Rule.
Jesus connects one of his well-known statements (the Golden Rule) with an often misunderstood metaphor. Again this week, we'll do our best to discern the meaning behind, "the narrow way."
With all the change happening in the world right now, understanding who we are in light of all the change is crucial, which is where Human Design comes in. In this episode I speak with Lauren Armstrong https://laurenarmstrong.com/ about how Human Design can help everyone understand themselves better, but also make sense of the massive changes coming in the world. I highly recommend everyone working with Lauren. Here's how to find here: https://laurenarmstrong.com/ https://www.instagram.com/laurenearmstrong_/
Jesus says the greatest commandments are to love God and love your neighbor as yourself. Pastor Sal talks about The Golden Rule and celebrating the saints in our lives. Today's service concludes in the Memorial Garden, honoring loved ones who have died.
Unlike our normal practice, we focus on only one verse today in Jesus' Sermon on the Mount - the so-called "Golden Rule."This concept is widely used in many different world religions and worldviews - so what's distinctly Christian about Jesus' teaching here? What heart attitude underneath it all is Jesus getting at?
In this episode, we explore some different nuances of the one verse in Jesus' Sermon on the Mount popularly known as The Golden Rule.Given that many different religions and worldviews have a similar teaching, how is this command from Jesus distinctly Christian? How can it abused? How might this teaching apply in broken relationships? BONUS: this episode holds the record to date for Highest Elevation Recording of The AfterWord!
The Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost. Jesus' teaching about loving our neighbor as ourselves is found across many other religions, and many of us know it as the Golden Rule. It's a phrase that makes for great bumper stickers but is much harder to follow. In a time of war and political divisions, how do we follow the radical call to see people on all sides as our neighbors?#episcopal #episcopalchurch #episcopalian #church #jesusmovement #wayoflove #christian #anglican #allarewelcome #christianity #prayer #jesus #iglesiaepiscopal #theology #anglicanchurch #holyspririt #faith #stmarksnewcanaaan #ens #ecct #spirituality #bible #scriptures #joy #peace #grace #hope #johnkennedy #revjohnkennedy
Dr. Block coined a new position as early as the 70s called "evictionism" which states that in some instances, a mother may choose to evict a baby from the womb, and never to directly kill. If the child dies because it's premature, what realm of consequences there be for her? voluntarytheocracy.org/40
Much like our earlier episode on the history of Hamas, today we look at the history of Hezbollah, an even greater threat to Israel than Hamas. Our guest is Dr. Matthew Levitt. Matt is the director of the Program on Counterterrorism and Intelligence at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. He served as deputy assistant secretary for intelligence and analysis at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. During his tenure at Treasury, he played a central role in efforts to protect the U.S. financial system from abuse and to deny terrorists, weapons proliferators, and other rogue actors the ability to finance threats to U.S. national security. He later served as a counterterrorism advisor to the special envoy for Middle East regional security. Previously, Matt was a counterterrorism intelligence analyst at the FBI, where he provided tactical and strategic analytical support for counterterrorism operations, focusing on fundraising and logistical support networks for Middle Eastern terrorist groups. He is the author of several books and monographs, including Hamas: Politics, Charity and Terrorism in the Service of Jihad (Yale University Press, 2006), Negotiating Under Fire: Preserving Peace Talks in the Face of Terror Attacks (Rowman & Littlefield, 2008), and Hezbollah: The Global Footprint of Lebanon's Party of God (Georgetown University Press, 2013). He is the host of the podcast series, Breaking Hezbollah's Golden Rule. The quotes we discussed in the introduction can be found here: - The entire statement by Rachel Goldberg-Polin at the U.N. -- https://www.ynetnews.com/article/rkn7vvif6 -The audio recording released by the IDF -- https://www.timesofisrael.com/idf-publishes-audio-of-hamas-terrorist-calling-family-to-brag-of-killing-jews/
The secret to making most laws unnecessary is simply for us to live out the most important law God gave us to treat and love others as we want to be treated and loved. It's simple-we just make it complex by adding more laws to the books.Please help us:) LIKE & SUBSCRIBEJoin The Community: STEVENGAROFALO.COMGet Equipped Online at: www.EQUIPPEDACADEMY.COM
If we're not careful, we can get so focused on our own appointments that we will miss out on the amazing opportunities God sends our way to show His love to others. Check out the video version of this episode of The Podcast. Resources mentioned in this video: The biblical passages I referenced in this episode—Luke 10:25-27; Matthew 7:12; Luke 6:31; Proverbs 3:27-28. Check out two related blog posts Am Interruptible? and The Best Laid Plans. ►► Would you please prayerfully consider supporting this ministry? My Patreon supporters get behind-the-scenes access to exclusive materials, like this recent video where I explain how God reveals previously-unknown truths to us. ◀︎◀︎
We've all heard a version of "The Golden Rule", but it is about more than being a nice person. It's a command to live a life that looks more like Jesus. Matthew 7:12 ABOUT THE FOUNDRY: The Foundry is a non-denominational Christian church in Burke, VA. "Forged on the truth that matters. A church that makes a difference." Find out more about us at TheFoundryChurch.com NEXT STEPS: Have you made the decision to follow Jesus? You may be wondering what's next on your journey. We want to help you take your next steps in your walk with Christ! https://www.thefoundrychurch.com/next... FIND US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheFoundryBurke Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thefoundryb...
Jesus connects one of his well-known statements (the Golden Rule) with an often misunderstood metaphor. Again this week, we'll do our best to discern the meaning behind, "the narrow way."
Listen to Pastor Keith Benson speak about all the Lord has done at True Light Church, located in Southold, NY on the North Fork of Long Island. He teaches biblical principles, using scripture in a personal way.
Ben is joined by his wife Jess to help recap this week's episode of The Golden Bachelor! Ben has noticed something during the game of Never Have I Ever that sets this show apart from the main franchise in a MAJOR way. We get into all the details (and all the leg) of Leslie's one on one date, and why she might get Gerry's final rose. Plus, we hear some piping hot takes on this season from Jess's Nana!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Larry Yatch is a former Navy Seal and founder of Seal Team Leaders. Larry's new book How Leadership Actually Works come on to discuss and reframe Achievement, Success and Leadership. Larry has been mentoring and coaching Jimmy for over the last year.
This week, Sister Bear takes canter stage with a rehash of a book we covered back in 2021. It’s “The Berenstain Bears Sister Bear and the Golden Rule!” That’s clunky. But, that’s the title!
We continue our examination of the New Law or Law of the Gospel, specifically the Golden Rule and New Commandment of Jesus. Fr. Mike emphasizes that the New Commandment requires us to love God as the center of everything we are and everything we have. He also unpacks how the New Commandment is also known as the law of love, grace, and freedom. Today's readings are Catechism paragraphs 1970-1974. This episode has been found to be in conformity with the Catechism by the Institute on the Catechism, under the Subcommittee on the Catechism, USCCB. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/ciy Please note: The Catechism of the Catholic Church contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.