Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation podcast
In today's episode, we embark on a journey learning about one of the most widely used mind-altering substances: tobacco. During this two-part discussion, Dr. Plotkin addresses the duality of this well-known Plant of the Gods. Between its spiritual significance and its ties to addiction, disease and enslavement, the story of tobacco is complicated but fascinating. With his usual mix of knowledge, insight and humor, Mark provides an ethnobotanical perspective on tobacco's pleasure and pain. Episode Notes “A Deep History of Tobacco in Lowland South America.” The Master Plant : Tobacco in Lowland South America, https://doi.org/10.5040/9781474220279.ch-002. Descola, Philippe. The Spears of Twilight: Life and Death in the Amazon Jungle. New Press, 2009. Emboden, William. Narcotic Plants. Collier Books, 1980. Furst, Peter T. Hallucinogens and Culture. Chandler & Sharp Publishers, Inc., 1997. Goodman, Jordan. Tobacco in History and Culture. Thomson Gale, 2005. Goodman, Jordan. Tobacco in History: The Cultures of Dependence. Routledge, 1994. Hobhouse, Henry. Seeds of Wealth: Four Plants That Made Men Rich. Macmillan, 2012. Marris, Emma. “The Anthropologist and His Old Friend, Who Became a Jaguar.” Culture, National Geographic, 4 May 2021, https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/article/160518-manu-park-peru-matsigenka-tribe-death-jaguar. Narby, Jeremy, and Rafael Chanchari Pizuri. Plant Teachers: Ayahuasca, Tobacco, and the Pursuit of Knowledge. New World Library, 2021. Ott, Jonathan. Pharmacotheon: Entheogenic Drugs, Their Plant Sources and History. Natural Products, 1996. Schultes, Richard Evans, and Albert Hofmann. Plants of the Gods: Origins of Hallucinogenic Use. A. Van Der Marck Editions, 1987. Shepard, Glenn H. “Psychoactive Plants and Ethnopsychiatric Medicines of the Matsigenka.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, vol. 30, no. 4, 1998, pp. 321–332., https://doi.org/10.1080/02791072.1998.10399708. Steffensen, Jennifer. “The Reality (TV) of Vanishing Lives: An Interview with Glenn Shepard.” Anthropology News, vol. 49, no. 5, 2008, pp. 30–30., https://doi.org/10.1525/an.2008.49.5.30. Wilbert, Johannes. Tobacco and Shamanism in South America. Yale University Press, 1993.
Today's guest is Zac Small.We go deep today talking about:The not-so common sense of being a good man, husband, and fatherHow to find out if you've based your identity on external validation or internal realityWhat happens when you start aligning yourself with your core values and moralsHow to discover who you truly are and then sustain your identity as an elite manHow to build a relationship with your children so they'll want to be with you later in lifeWhy fatherhood is the apex of masculinityThe importance of doing the right thing versus the popular thing, and standing out from the crowdForgiving yourself and letting go of the pastZachary Small is the quintessential comeback story.After suffering several setbacks in childhood and being held back in High School, Zac went on to get his Master's Degree and become a successful self-made motivational speaker, life coach, and author.As a Veteran of 8 years on Active Duty with two deployments in the U.S. Navy, Zac took the lessons learned in the military and incorporated them into his message.Zac now runs the blog TheFamilyAlpha.com along with a Newsletter TheDailyDraft.Substack.com and leads the men within his private Men Only community, theFraternityofExcellence.comFind Zac online at:Blog: The Family AlphaPrivate Men-only Community: Fraternity of Excellence---Welcome to the Dad.Work Podcast, where men are forged into elite husbands and fathers by learning what it takes to become harder to kill, easier to love, and equipped to lead.Get ready to start building the only legacy that truly matters - your family.Resources, Links, Show Notes:https://dad.work/podcast/Follow Dad.Work:https://instagram.com/dadwork.curt/https://www.linkedin.com/in/curtstorring/https://twitter.com/CurtStorringHOW TO BECOME AN ELITE MAN, HUSBAND, AND FATHER: FREE TRAINING:https://dad.work/training/
Into the brain we go- like sci-fi zombie worms hungry for the grey stuff! Ben and Nico burrow into the mind of Dave Goodman on why the Scottish write so well, the problem with old novels, and the joy of writing groups.Support the show
Episode 3: Inside Episode #69 "The Please Don't Look At Me Episode" (Originally Aired 3-20-15) Guests: WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley and from Sex In The City & And Just Like That..., Actor Mario Cantone along with musical guest The Shaken Growlers. Gerald is given the directive to not look Spud in the eyes during the show & former staff member On One reports in on his current employment position from a remote area in Central America. TV On Radio! Visit Spud's website at: spudgoodman.com
Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
The NBA handed down its suspension on Ja Morant, the Celtics are struggling on their six-game road trip & how good are Joel Embiid and the Sixers? 1:00: The latest on Ja Morant, Memphis Grizzlies 5:32: Celtics' recent struggles 8:10: Fanduel is in Massachusetts 10:00: How can the Celtics turn this around + are the Sixers a legitimate threat? 14:54: Russell Westbrook's impact on the Clippers 19:05: Goodman's pick to win NCAA March Madness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey Suga! Our host Samia is back with none other than Emmy Award Winning Videographer himself Jaxon! Remember him from EP 2 “Are Men Better Communicators?”, well he's back to share his insights on dating (or not dating) in your 30s as a successful entrepreneur. Some other topics you can expect to hear are: (2:39) Do women experience “post-nut clarity”? (6:40) Are you a nice guy or just a pushover? (14:51) Is Jax a Height-fish? (17:54) What type of man does Jaxon consider himself (22:16) Are there male podcasts that uplift women? (24:18) Is it hard to separate the art from the person (28:23) Does Jaxon have good sex, and how does he rate himself? (34:38) Why does height matter so much to women? (36:42) Jax doesn't want to be categorized by his accolades (41:20) Is the juice worth the squeeze when dating as an entrepreneur? (51:37) Jaxon drops a bomb at the end of the episode about his first sexual experience (53:01) Is this a safe space? Get Your Thigh High Socks HERE! Use code NJASP at checkout for 15% off MasterClass: #MouthMasterClass Masturbation & Squirting #DickRiding101 Use Code NJASP for 50% off!!! Check out Patreon for more BONUS CONTENT and weekly discussions. www.thesexualessentials.com Connect with Samia IG: @Miabuggzy @notjustanothersexpod Connect with our Guest Jaxon IG: @jaxon1616 & @not_jax www.notjaxproductions.com
Our guests, the guys from the podcast Two Chunks and a Hunk, are back with another great theory, possibly even two, for this single episode. When watching Dodgeball, did you feel like you had seen White Goodman somewhere else? You are not alone. In this episode we have a fun, lively, and sometimes slightly off-topic discussion about two Ben Stiller characters that may just be the same person.Check out the Two Chunks and a Hunk podcast at https://www.twochunksandahunk.com/.Want a FTQ shirt, mug, phone case, or many other products? Shop our merch store! 15% off with promo code "BADMATH" - https://shop.fantheoryqueries.com/For access to FTQ Discord theory discussion channel, support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fantheoryqs Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Big Charles starts of this episode by asking us “what do women expect from a man?” The question triggered a scene from the hit show, BMF about the wife making a purchase and the respect, or lack there of that she showed her husband, and the conversation took off from there. Big Kendra and Big Shay argue that different women want different things. Big Charles argued that women don't really know what they want and don't know a good man when they see one. The battle of the sexes debate gets heated! Was therapy in session or do we just need therapy?! Lol…it was all fun!
I really enjoyed discussing this topic with Martha! Before we started, I expressed my thoughts that maybe this conversation should be had between two or more women, but Martha encouraged me to share my thoughts. So, here we are. I hope you find this worthy of our archive of Old School Thoughts.
Ben and Nico are joined by sci-fi writer Dave Goodman. Can the trio shed some light on the prompt, Illumination?Support the show
Throughout history, people have had a lot to say about who Jesus is. We are going to discover for ourselves the person and purpose of Jesus. Check out Week Eight of Anchored here!
EPISODE #36 NEW EPISODE OUT EVERY MONDAY AT 6AM!Available on all streaming platforms (Youtube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, IHeartRadio & more)Welcome back to another episode of Oudda Pocket Podcast! This week we welcome on Donnie Goodman. He's run a successful real estate wholesaling and flipping company, has spoke on stages about his success and spoke to us about everything that comes with running a business and seeing success at a young age, the good, the bad and the ugly.Stay up to date and follow us on Instagram (@Ouddapocket) and Tiktok (@Ouddapocketpodcast)Follow us on Instagram: @itsstevendavid @eduardo.reyes11 @serge.zarateGuest: @donniegoodmann
The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)
Bill Winchester is the founder of Dangerously Good Men, an organization that focuses on initiating a process of connection between fathers and sons to create a strong and positive family impact. Today, Bill joined Larry and explained what the purpose of a rite of passage is and how one is traditionally structured. Bill explains how the rite of passage is needed now more than ever and how it can build meaningful, lasting connection between fathers and sons. Rites of passage are an important part of life for many people around the world. It marks the transition from one stage of life to another, and can provide a sense of accomplishment and pride. Bill also said that rites of passage can take many forms. It may involve physical challenges, such as hiking a mountain, or spiritual journeys, such as prayer or meditation. It can also involve traditional ceremonies, such as coming of age celebrations or initiation rituals. Whatever form they take, rites of passage can help young people feel more connected to their families and communities, and more confident in their own abilities. By understanding the importance of rites of passage, we can better prepare young people for the next stage of their lives. dangerouslygoodmen.com www.thedadedge.com/friday94
Pr. Goodman's back to talk about the house divided against itself and Jesus, the stronger man.
Code 3 - The Firefighters' Podcast
Large-city fire departments with multiple PIOs have been showcasing their activities on social media for some time. If you have enough people, it's no problem.But what if you want to try to engage the community without those resources?Social media can be a direct link with the customers your department serves, so it's a no-brainer that you'd like to be all over Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and all the others. Even podcasts.Not to mention that your message can be sent the way you want—not filtered through the editors and reporters of your local news providers.How do you do it?My two guests today come from the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority, or CAFMA. It's medium-small career department, covering several small cities and a lot of rural area, populated by about 106,000 residents. They do it with 10 full-time stations and 2 reserve stations.And NO full-time PIO. et CAFMA's social media program is impressive. And I'm saying this as someone who has seen the Los Angeles City Fire Department's social media program at work.My guests today are here to explain how they do it.We're talking with CAFMA Chief Scott Freitag, an old friend of Code 3, and Kathy Goodman, Scott's Community Relations Coordinator, who is the driving force behind this social media campaign.
The Underwear Olympics, AKA the NFL Combine. Drew is talking about who made a big splash in Indianapolis. Nuggets head coach Michael Malone does a very cool thing for one of his assistant coaches. The World Baseball Classic is on. Drew is back from a quick trip to Spring Training and has some thought on Ezekiel Tovar, Zach Veen, Chris Bryant, Ryan McMahon, Elehuris Montero, German Marquez, Jose Urena and Daniel Bard. And our special guest is Rockies minor league catcher Drew Romo. Thanks for checking out the show this week and please tell a friend!
Matt and Drew discuss " Which Side Are You On?" by S.G. Goodman. To listen to the full show, visit ForgottenCountryRadioShow.com.
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For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast
As our guest today says, “Everybody is here because somebody had sex.” Today we talk to Brandon Kyle Goodman about coming out from the shadows of your own desire. We're looking at a new era of sex positivity in pop culture and in our lives. In this episode we explore themes from Brandon's book: You Gotta Be You: How to Embrace This Messy Life and Step Into Who You Really Are. Listen as Jen and Brandon discuss: Sex in Culture, The Importance of Diverse Representation Subverting Gender Norms in the Bedroom Understanding Brandon's Non-Binary Gender Identity Exploring your Sexual Identity with Radical Self Acceptance and Love Coming Out and the Importance of Chosen Family It's a new day for sex in our media, our bedrooms, and in our minds and hearts! This conversation illustrates the unbelievable freedom to be found in honoring your sexual identity. Share a moment with Jen and Brandon as they walk the path towards personal sexual liberation and finding peace within yourself. * * * Thank you to our sponsors! Chime | Increase your credit score with the Chime app! Get a higher credit score today at www.chime.com/ForTheLove Sex Me Course | Sign up today for the presale on the Sex Me Course coming in March and save 40% at mecourse.org Jen Hatmaker & Friends Cruise | Book your spot now at JenHatmaker.com/cruise Thought-Provoking Quotes “I fully believe that if you can tap into the vulnerability in the bedroom, you'll find your power everywhere else.” - Brandon Kyle Goodman “I always say self-love is the thing that saved my life. It is real. Loving yourself and knowing that you're worthy and filling your cup up. Pop culture tells you that your body, your skin, your gender is wrong. It is a radical act to love yourself in our world, but get about the business because on the other side of that is a life worth living.” - Brandon Kyle Goodman “All of us exist because somebody had sex. That's how this works. That's why you're here, so why are we pretending our parents don't do it? It's all as you said, it's a separate thing. It's put in a box and we don't talk about it. Why can't we all be talking and learning and exploring and saying, "Oh, how did you ask about that? How did you get him to do that? How did you get her to do that? How did you navigate this?" The more we don't talk about it, the more shame we have, and so sex positivity is so important.” -Brandon Kyle Goodman “Give yourself permission to try things without feeling like it has to define you.” - Brandon Kyle Goodman “There's so much shame I think that queer folks inherently have around their sexuality. I think women also have this. No, I don't think–I know women also have this. Our bodies are policed, our sexuality is policed.” - Brandon Kyle Goodman “I would say you have one life. Are you going to live it for you? Or you can live it for somebody else. I had a teacher who was in the closet and I found out after his mother passed that he finally came out, but at that point, he was in his 50s, and now it's this whole life that you've missed for this other person. Do it in your own time, but don't miss out on your life for somebody else's approval.” -Brandon Kyle Goodman “Let's hold multiple truths. Multiple things get to be true. The freedom to be you can be liberating and allow you to live your best life, but also there is a pain and a sadness and a longing from losing the people that may not be able to support you on that journey.” -Brandon Kyle Goodman Brandon's Links Website: www.brandonkylegoodman.com Insta: @brandonkylegoodman Twitter: @brandonkgood Youtube: @brandonkgood Books & Resources Mentioned in This Episode Brandon Kyle Goodman acts and writes for shows: Big Mouth, and Human Resources on Netflix Brandon Kyle Goodman's Book “You Gotta Be You: How to Embrace This Messy Life and Step Into Who You Really Are” Tricia Hersey's Book “The Nap Ministry” The Nap Ministry's Instagram Connect with Jen! Jen's website Jen's InstagramJen's Twitter Jen's FacebookJen's YouTube
The Ringer's Tate Frazier is joined by Kyle Mann to discuss their blue-blood commonalities before hitting takeaways from Houston's hard-fought win over Memphis and Indiana winning the race to 69 versus Michigan (1:15). They continue their discussion with the segments Good Man, Bag Man; Rick Pitino Watch 2023; and more (27:16). Finally, Tate ends the show with some shout-outs and closeouts (50:51). Host: Tate Frazier Guest: J. Kyle Mann Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 2 the guys welcome 247's Travis Branham to the show, it's been a bad week for our old friend Mitch, tailspin stories, Goodman sound excites Streble, El Ellis deletes a tweet, and Andy wonders about the offseason for UofL hoops…See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You Learn Something New Every Day
Music Rewind welcomes blues historian Marty Weil to discuss the three volume anthology: Chicago/The Blues/Today! A moment in time that resulted in a perfect snapshot of the blues scene of mid-1960's Chicago. Featuring legends: Junior Wells, Otis Rush, Otis Span, Johnny Cotton, J.B. Hutto, Homesick James, Johnny Young, Johnny Shines, Big Walter Horton, and others. Album: Chicago/The Blues/Today! Artist: Various Year: 1966 Our Guest, Marty Weil, operates @ChiBluesHistory on Twitter. A great channel to follow for amazing bits of blues history. https://twitter.com/ChiBluesHistory Listen to the album on Spotify; Vol 1: https://open.spotify.com/album/7mBBWwpCTFnrVDci6WYU9T?si=d481db1e51554bfa Vol 2: https://open.spotify.com/album/2j6hPbEmlTI0DmvLFZbzgw?si=01c3e0efc2e84bcd Vol 3: https://open.spotify.com/album/1f0ioBuSECsDKyVNhrZ016?si=63494b5c8a9e450a —-------------------------------------------------- New Intro Music by Bryce Evans: Sin's a Good Man's Brother https://bryceevansmusic.com/music @bryceevansmusic on Instagram —-------------------------------------------------- Buy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/musicrewind —-------------------------------------------------- Gotham Cigars: Use this link to get up to 40% Cigar Specials at Gotham Cigars. https://bit.ly/MusicRewind_GothamCigars —-------------------------------------------------- ZZounds Music. The best place for all your music needs. Guitars, Amps, Keyboards, Mics, Soundboards, everything! Shop here to help the show. https://www.zzounds.com/a--3978729 -------------------------------------------------- Drizly Delivery. Your favorite beverage, delivered right to your doorstep. Use Drizly to get beer, wine or liquor without the hassle of leaving the house. 21 and over only. https://drizly.sjv.io/rewind ------------------------------------------------- Useful Links for Music Rewind Music Rewind: All Episodes - https://bit.ly/Music_Rewind Music Rewind Website: - www.musicrewindpodcast.com Music Rewind Selects: A playlist of select tracks from albums covered on the show. - https://bit.ly/MusicRewindSelects Music Rewind Patreon Early access to future episodes - https://bit.ly/MusicRewindPatreon Discover our sister podcast, Cinema Decon, deconstructing the movies of the 80's, 90's and 2000's. www.cinemadecon.com “No ownership of music material. All credits go to its rightful owner. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act in 1976; Allowance is made for “Fair Use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair Use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. All rights and credit go directly to its rightful owners, no copyright infringement intended.” #chicagothebluestoday #blues #chicagoblues #juniorwells #otisrush #otisspann #homesick james #chicagomusic #music #podcast #musicpodcast
You never drift into healthy rhythms. In fact, our tendency is to drift away from spiritual growth, healthy relationships, and life-giving habits. God has given us tools to be more intentional in the areas of life that matter most - anchors we can set to keep us from drifting throughout life. In this series, we are going to take an honest look at where we are and set an anchor for some areas that matter most to have a deeply rooted life in Christ. Check out Week Eight of Anchored here!
Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
This is a retrospective look at the Alex Murdaugh case, as well as a riveting discussion that we've had with industry professionals over the course of the past few weeks. Want to listen to ALL of our Podcasts Ad-Free? Subscribe through Apple Podcasts, and try it for 3 days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski (All Cases) -https://availableon.com/universityofidahomurderspodcast4killedforwhat Chad & Lori Daybell - https://availableon.com/demiseofthedaybellsthelorichaddaybellstory The Murder of Ana Walshe - https://availableon.com/findinganathisdisappearanceofanawalshe Alex Murdaugh - https://availableon.com/thetrialofalexmurdaugh The Idaho Murders, The Case Against Bryan Kohberger - https://availableon.com/theidahomurdersthecaseagainstbryankohberger True Crime Today (All Cases & EXTRA Commentary) - https://availableon.com/truecrimetodayatruecrimepodcast Follow Tony Brueski On Twitter https://twitter.com/tonybpod Join our Facebook Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/834636321133
Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
This is a retrospective look at the Alex Murdaugh case, as well as a riveting discussion that we've had with industry professionals over the course of the past few weeks. Want to listen to ALL of our Podcasts Ad-Free? Subscribe through Apple Podcasts, and try it for 3 days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski (All Cases) - https://availableon.com/universityofidahomurderspodcast4killedforwhat Chad & Lori Daybell - https://availableon.com/demiseofthedaybellsthelorichaddaybellstory The Murder of Ana Walshe - https://availableon.com/findinganathisdisappearanceofanawalshe Alex Murdaugh - https://availableon.com/thetrialofalexmurdaugh The Idaho Murders, The Case Against Bryan Kohberger - https://availableon.com/theidahomurdersthecaseagainstbryankohberger True Crime Today (All Cases & EXTRA Commentary) - https://availableon.com/truecrimetodayatruecrimepodcast Follow Tony Brueski On Twitter https://twitter.com/tonybpod Join our Facebook Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/834636321133
John & Tammy in the Morning on KSON
All this week we've been counting down to Tammy's trip to Las Vegas today to see Keith Urban, much to John's dismay. Word of the trip got all the way to Las Vegas' longtime mayor Carolyn Goodman! She called in this morning to give Tammy tips on the best things to do while in town.
The murder of George Floyd was shocking and changed all of us — regardless of our racial identities. For nonbinary activist, actor and writer Brandon Kyle Goodman, it was a moment for them to find their voice. In the wake of George Floyd's murder, Brandon posted a video on Instagram addressed to their white friends who were reaching out, asking them what they should do. That video went viral, and Brandon continued to use their social media platform to give space for Black trauma AND Black joy, modeling a way for others to express themselves, to learn, to be heard, and to find their voice. This episode's practice is about finding spaces of belonging, and how to use your voice for social change, even when you're afraid. Want to connect? Join the New Day Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/newdaypod Resources from the show Watch Brandon's viral video to his white friends here Read “The Gifts of Imperfection” by Brene Brown Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors. Did you try one of these weekly practices? We want to hear about it! Call 833-4-LEMONADA (833-453-6662) or email us email@example.com. To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to lemonadamedia.com/show/newday/ shortly after the air date. Follow Claire on IG and FB @clairebidwellsmith or Twitter @clairebidwell and visit her website: www.clairebidwellsmith.com. Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 601 | What's A “Good Man” Anyway?!
Episode 600 | Being A Good Man Isn't Enough
Episode 222 is with Tamir Goodman. Nicknamed “The Jewish Jordan"Dubbed “The Jewish Jordan” by Sports Illustrated in 1999, Tamir Goodman is a former professional basketball player and current successful entrepreneur, coach, educator and motivational speaker.High School & College Basketball Tamir was ranked the 25th best high school player in the country. He gained national attention after averaging over 35 points per game his junior year, all while remaining faithful to his Orthodox Jewish upbringing. Tamir was named MVP of the prestigious “Capital Classic All-Star Game,” an award won by Shaquille O'Neal, Lebron James and other stars.Tamir then made history as the first Jewish basketball player to play D-I college and professional basketball without playing on the Jewish Sabbath. Despite receiving a full scholarship to number-one ranked University of Maryland, Tamir chose to play for D-I Towson University, as their schedule better accommodated his religious observance. The first freshman to start at Towson in over a decade, Tamir was presented the Coach's Award for his performance on the court and in the classroom.Global Media AttentionAfter the Sports Illustrated article, Tamir was featured on 60 Minutes, ESPN, CNN, Fox and many others. He was covered in The New York Times, The Washington Post and in media sources across the United States, Israel and around the world. Basketball Playing Career in IsraelIn 2002,Tamir fulfilled his dream of moving to Israel when he was signed by top Israeli and European League basketball team, Maccabi Tel Aviv. Former NBA Coach, David Blatt, was the team's coach at the time. In 2004, Tamir took a break from playing basketball to serve in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) where he was awarded “Most Outstanding Soldier.” After a seven year long basketball playing career for some of the best Israeli teams including Maccabi Haifa and Givat Shmuel, Tamir retired from professional basketball in 2009 after suffering career ending injuries.Post Playing CareerTamir currently runs a world class summer overnight basketball camp in Jerusalem for players from around the world; leading sports based programming for trips, schools and organizations; in demand Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah clinics featuring special chesed opportunities; and much more.Tamir has coached over 5,000 kids and has run basketball camps and programs across the U.S. with Israeli NBA player, Omri Casspi. Tamir is also the founder of Zone190, a training device being used in the NBA, and of Sport Strings Tzitzit. He is the published author of the “The Jewish Jordan's Triple Threat,” an international motivational speaker, and a sports and business consultant. Tamir holds a B.A. in communications and lives in Jerusalem with his wife and five kids.
Johnny Cash "Get Rhythm"The Replacements "I Hate Music"Lil Hardin Armstrong "Harlem On Saturday Night"Steve Earle & The Dukes (& Duchesses) "After Mardi Gras"Jake Xerxes Fussell "Jump for Joy"The Two Poor Boys - Joe Evans & Arthur McClain "Sitting On Top of the World"S.G. Goodman "Patron Saint Of The Dollar Store"Joseph Spence "We Shall Be Happy"Jimmie Lunceford "I'm Nuts About Screwy Music"Shovels & Rope "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain (feat. John Moreland)"Bessie Jones "Titanic"Etta Baker "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad"Freakwater "Bolshevik and Bollweevil"The Breeders "Do You Love Me Now?"Billie and De De Pierce "Lonesome Road"Joan Shelley "Pull Me Up One More Time"Amos Milburn "After Midnight"The Both "Volunteers of America"Aretha Franklin "Never Grow Old"Slim Cessna's Auto Club "Port Authority Band"Butterbeans & Susie "Been Some Changes Made"Nina Nastasia "Just Stay in Bed"Bo Diddley "Cops and Robbers"McKinney's Cotton Pickers "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams - Take 1"Andrew Bird "Underlands"Superchunk "My Gap Feels Weird"John Fahey "St Louis Blues"Gillian Welch "I Made a Lovers Prayer"Huey "Piano" Smith "Don't You Just Know It"Billie Holiday "Sugar"Songs: Ohia "Blue Chicago Moon"Mississippi Fred McDowell "Poor Boy, Long Way From Home"Joel Paterson "Callin' the Cat"Chicago Stone Lightning Band "Do Yourself a Favor"Johnny Cash "You Win Again"Emile Barnes & Peter Bocage "When I Grow Too Old to Dream"The Yardbirds "Evil Hearted You"Muddy Waters "Hey, Hey"Bonnie "Prince" Billy "I Have Made a Place"Bessie Smith "After You've Gone"Elvis Costello & The Attractions "Colour of the Blues"Ruth Brown "Teardrops from My Eyes"Furry Lewis "Judge Boushay Blues"Sons of the Pioneers "One More River to Cross"Marty Stuart "Hey Porter"Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash "Girl from the North Country"Johnny Cash "I See a Darkness"Chisel "The Last Good Time"
In this episode, I bring back my good friend Nabeel Azeez who's a Dubai based copywriter to talk about his latest project, "40 Hadith on Masculinity: How to be a Good Man". We discuss how he went about commissioning the project and tackled a few examples of things related to masculinity that content creators struggle with. We also discussed his foray into boxing and the "MuslimMan" brand he is cultivating. To purchase the book you can go to https://muslimman.com/book Resources for "Sultans and Sneakers" Patreon: https://patreon.com/sultansandsneakers YouTube: www.youtube.com/sultansandsneakers Instagram: https://instagram.com/sultansandsneakers Twitter: https://twitter.com/SultansNSnkrs Facebook: https://facebook.com/sultansandsneakers
Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman
Jeff Goodman and Robbie Hummel are back to break down the latest news in the world of college basketball, including the McCaffery stare-down heard round the world, Michigan State's success, Indiana beating Purdue and MUCH more! The Field of 68 merch store is now LIVE Purchase The Almanac here SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 68 Youtube Channel SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 68 Daily THE FIELD OF 68 IS POWERED BY BET RIVERS FOLLOW: Rob Dauster Randolph Childress Terrence Oglesby Twitter Instagram Youtube https://thefieldof68.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
You never drift into healthy rhythms. In fact, our tendency is to drift away from spiritual growth, healthy relationships, and life-giving habits. God has given us tools to be more intentional in the areas of life that matter most - anchors we can set to keep us from drifting throughout life. In this series, we are going to take an honest look at where we are and set an anchor for some areas that matter most to have a deeply rooted life in Christ. Check out Week Seven of Anchored here!
Martha decided to provide the introduction for this highly anticipated topic of discussion. We are continuing to examine Old School Thoughts as it pertains to understanding the history and timelines of African Americans. Let us know your thoughts about the topic.
On this episode of SOLID, Brandon & Jeff talk with hosts of The Real Business Owners Podcast, Trevor Cowley & Kale Goodman. Trevor & Kale share their upbringing & what inspired them to take their lives to the next level, along with their philosophy on environment, giving, receiving, and doing it all. Find The Real Business Owners here:https://www.youtube.com/ @RealBusinessOwners
The 3-13, Men Money And Marriage
In this episode we talk about why women are having a hard time finding a good man. I will give a definition of a good man. Are women excluding the Blue Collar Man? We will use the Female Delusional Calculator to see if Women have a chance to get the man of their dreams. Do women know what a good man wants? Lastly, are women waiting too long to secure a good man. Visit the website leave a review and get on the email list www.podpage.com/the-3-13-men-money-and-marriage --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/andrew-johnson03/message
Another episode of "The Easy Aces" with Goodman and Jane Ace... real-life husband and wife. Jane is often called Malaprop Jane because she continuously uses words that sound somewhat like the one intended, but ludicrously wrong in the context "Jesus healing those leopard" is an example of a malapropism. See how many Jane makes in this 10 min episode from 1937. There is an "Easy Aces" Playlist that has a lot of space to grow!
"I really believe that if you do a good job with the process, the outcome is gonna take care of itself. The time is gonna take care of itself." I'm running the Eugene Marathon on April 30. I've run six marathons, but my most recent one was nearly seven years ago. So, it's been a while! And while, sure, muscle memory is a thing, I wanted to enlist some help with the process this time around. Enter Coach Kaitlin Goodman, founder of Running Joyfully, and sports dietitian Meghann Featherstun. Together, they're not just helping me get to the start line healthy and the finish line happy — they're teaching me a lot along the way, and ensuring I'm enjoying the process (which I really, really am!). In this conversation, you'll get to hear all about what it means to run my way right now, including what's going great, what's still a mystery, and where I feel I'm falling a little short. SPONSOR: New Balance. Click here to shop New Balance's latest releases for the season. (The SuperComp Trainer is my favorite shoe!) What you'll get on this episode: Coach Kaitlin Goodman talks about how my marathon training is going, from her perspective (2:25) What “Running Joyfully” means to Kaitlin, and all about her approach to coaching (6:00) What working with a running coach is actually like (8:20) All about my strengths and weaknesses as a runner, and what my goals are for the Eugene Marathon (11:00) The GPS watch debate (19:30) Kaitlin's advice for dealing with pre-workout nerves (26:15) Meghann Featherstun talks about her role as my sports dietitian slash therapist (38:00) On dealing with feelings of shame or embarrassment around eating and nutrition (41:30) Meghann's early concerns and notes from our first call together (43:30) Addressing my struggles navigating performance nutrition (49:30) I have a plan, which is what I wanted — so why am I not following it? (58:00) On figuring out the ideal pre-run meal (and is it sushi?) (1:06:00) Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
The Successful Contractor Podcast
Jon Polizzi of Home Service Heroes in Tampa, FL, has been a great member for many, many years. Home Service Heroes offers electrical, HVAC, and plumbing residential services, and in 2022, the company generated over $6.5 million at a strong, strong profit margin. A big part of ensuring you're highly profitable is managing inventory. That's today's topic. Jon offers a bounty of information. He shares how his managers inspect their trucks WEEKLY, including reviewing inventory; Jon pays vendors daily; and he does an exceptional job of keeping his techs out of the big box stores. Jon really refined this inventory management process over the last couple of years. The last straw was when someone purchased a $250 pair of sunglasses on a company credit card. And he could never find the culprit. That doesn't happen anymore. This conversation will offer a bounty of nuggets to help you add another 1-3+% to your bottom line.About the ShowThe Successful Contractor Podcast, Powered by CertainPath, is a show for residential contractors about residential contractors… We chronicle business journeys, share insights, and celebrate successes in this wonderful industry. Thank you to our sponsors: Bradford White - Bradford White is a full line manufacturer of residential and commercial water heaters and boilers. While being manufactured and assembled in the USA by American craftspeople, Bradford White's goal is to deliver high quality, superior products specifically built for the professional contractor. You can always count on the performance and reliability of our Built to be the Best™ products. Visit bradfordwhite.com to learn more.Dynamic Air Quality Solutions - Since 1982, Dynamic Air Quality Solutions has been the leader in designing, manufacturing, and distributing IAQ products to the commercial and residential markets through authorized HVAC contractors. Our products are based on science and logic. We provide ongoing world-class technical and communication training for your entire team. They will learn to understand and believe in the products and to communicate IAQ challenges and solutions in layman's terms on every call. Our training is educational, fun, and entertaining. You will be assigned a world-class IAQ Trainer and Territory Manager for technical support and to plan your training on an ongoing basis. Partner with us and enjoy the benefits of The Science of Clean Air. For more information visit WorldClassIAQ.com. GOODMAN® - Since 1982, Goodman Manufacturing has focused on the goal of producing energy-efficient, high-quality HVAC equipment that is easy to sell, install and maintain. Goodman's continuous efforts have helped contribute to the success of HVAC dealers, like you, across towns and big cities throughout the country. Goodman produces a complete line of refreshingly affordable, ducted split systems and packaged units. The company's current product line is supported by numerous technology enhancements, many exclusive to the Goodman brand. It's no wonder millions of homeowners say, “Thank goodness for Goodman.®
On this episode, Chris & Koi Call some friends to findout what's easier to find in the dating wolrd, a good woman to date or a good man.
Marni welcomes Whitney Goodman, the psychotherapist behind the widely popular Instagram account Sit With Whit, to look into why toxic positivity should be dismantled and what methods should be put into place instead. Having just released her debut book, Toxic Positivity: Keeping it Real in a World Obsessed with Being Happy, Whitney breaks down the psychology behind toxic positivity and society's need to constantly be happy. The duo discusses how learning to speak to yourself or someone going through a challenging situation is one of the first steps to pulling apart this constant need to be in a good place. In allowing ourselves to feel what we feel, even when it's negative, we begin to live authentically. A life well-lived is not one without suffering or pain, contrary to popular belief. Takeaways from this episode: - What are empathy blockers? - Validation is key - Why do we always feel the need to look on the bright side? - Happiness isn't a destination - How to eliminate toxic positivity - Throw out the positive platitudes Learn to Sit With the Discomfort [02:26] Our go-to when we're feeling down or when someone we love is hurting is to immediately try and fix the situation by convincing ourselves or them to look on the bright side. It's something that's done, almost as a reflex both internally and within our relationships. And it can be toxic. It's this notion of wanting to get back to that happy place, rather than actually feel what we're feeling. And it's that foundational belief that drives us to immediately force ourselves to look at the positives or minimize whatever it is that's bothering us. Enter toxic positivity. I think that's what drives most of the toxic positivity. It's that ‘I want to be helpful; I want to help the other person feel better, and I want to get out of this uncomfortable space.' We have to learn to sit with discomfort. Whitney iterates that for the most part, a person going through something just wants their partner, or their friend to be with them in their experience, and let them know that they're not going anywhere. Letting the person in front of you know that you've got their back, and that they don't have to go through it alone is ultimately what matters. But as a society, we need to learn to be okay with not being okay sometimes. It's understanding that life is about living meaningfully, which comes with feelings of sadness or angst at certain points. It's not about being happy 24/7. The Road to Toxic Positivity is Paved With Good Intentions [ 09:49] While most of us revert to (toxic) positivity with good intentions, the damages are palpable. Repeating these positive platitudes that we've all grown accustomed to hearing and giving is not necessarily what a person going through a rough time is looking for. It's important rather to validate the difficulty of the situation, and try to understand how that person feels. Asking how they want you to show up for them goes a long way, and that's bearing in mind that sometimes they won't necessarily have the answer themselves. And that's okay, too. These positive statements that we're constantly saying on loop, are not necessarily negative in and of themselves, but it's in relation to the context and the timing in which they're being said. Because hearing “it'll turn out okay”, or “everything happens for a reason” when you're going through a bout of depression, or struggling with feelings of grief, won't make a difference when it comes to the weight you currently feel like you're carrying on your shoulders. How to Show up [18:50] When your partner or someone you love is going through a challenge, they sometimes can't verbalize their needs at that particular moment, simply because they don't know what they want or what would alleviate the situation. It's something we've all felt at one point or another. Asking too many questions can be aggravating when you don't even have the answer to one. So, how do you show up for them in the way you're supposed to? In these instances, Whitney explains that it's important to regulate yourself and your reaction. Rather than think, ‘I've done this exactly the way I'm supposed to, why isn't it working?”, remind yourself that it isn't about you. The person in front of you is the one feeling dysregulated. Take a step back and understand that people are allowed to feel their feelings, and in whichever way suits them. And that applies to you, too. It's this concept of allowing the person to be where they are in that moment. And reminding yourself that it's got nothing to do with you. You taking care of you when someone is not feeling great is just as important as you not trying to silver-line it or make them feel better. Control the things you can control. This is especially the case in relationships, when one partner comes home and has just had a bad day, and their spouse immediately goes into “fix it” mode, then gets upset when they don't manage to actually fix it. Sometimes, your partner is just having a bad day because they are. And we're all allowed to have moments when we're in a bad mood, or just not feeling the day. That's life. Make a Connection: - Whitney's Good Enough Program: https://sitwithwhit.substack.com/ - Join Our Ignite Your Life Event on Feb 24 - 26 - Visit Our Website - Watch the Podcast on our Youtube Channel - Learn How To Attract Your Perfect Equal… Watch Our Latest Training Here! - Follow Along On Marni and Jeremy's Radical Living Challenge! - Download A Complimentary Copy Of Our Book — How To Find A Quality Guy Without Going On 200 Dates
Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
In this exclusive interview, we talk with Louis Goodman, a former Deputy District Attorney and experienced criminal defense lawyer in Alameda County, about the testimony of Alex Murdaugh in his own double murder trial. Goodman shares his insights and expert analysis on the shocking testimony and provides a unique perspective on the case. #LegalExpert #CriminalDefense #MurdaughTrial Want to listen to ALL of our Podcasts Ad-Free? Subscribe through Apple Podcasts, and try it for 3 days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski (All Cases) - https://availableon.com/universityofidahomurderspodcast4killedforwhat Chad & Lori Daybell - https://availableon.com/demiseofthedaybellsthelorichaddaybellstory The Murder of Ana Walshe - https://availableon.com/findinganathisdisappearanceofanawalshe Alex Murdaugh - https://availableon.com/thetrialofalexmurdaugh The Idaho Murders, The Case Against Bryan Kohberger - https://availableon.com/theidahomurdersthecaseagainstbryankohberger True Crime Today (All Cases & EXTRA Commentary) - https://availableon.com/truecrimetodayatruecrimepodcast Follow Tony Brueski On Twitter https://twitter.com/tonybpod Join our Facebook Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/834636321133
Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman
Jeff Goodman and Robbie Hummel are back to break down the latest news in the world of college basketball, including the search for Hummel's statue, Alabama's situation, and More! The Field of 68 merch store is now LIVE Purchase The Almanac here SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 68 Youtube Channel SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 68 Daily THE FIELD OF 68 IS POWERED BY BET RIVERS FOLLOW: Rob Dauster Randolph Childress Terrence Oglesby Twitter Instagram Youtube https://thefieldof68.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ilana Levine has got a lot of stories. I mean, a lot of stories. From Mel Brooks to Edie Falco to Michael Mayer, Ilana's career path is a testament to who she is: an incredible talent and a brilliant human being. This incredible informative episode tackles so much about networking, identity, and creativity. What's in a Jewish name? How Ilana's 9 year old crush helped establish her career. When it's necessary to burn a bridge. How her first musical she ever did was on Broadway. How Ilana joined Naked Angels Theatre Company. Saying No is just as important as saying Yes. What kind of lifestyle do you want to have? Ilana Levine is an actress best known for her role as Lucy Van Pelt in the Broadway revival of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown". She also starred on Broadway in “Jake's Women”, "Wrong Mountain" and "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" and performed at the Tony Awards. Ilana has appeared in many television shows and movies, including the infamous Seinfeld episode, "The Contest", "Law & Order", "Tanner '88", "Damages", "Tanner and Tanner", "Failure to Launch", "Friends with Kids", "The Nanny Diaries", and "Confessions of a Shopaholic" among others. In 2016, she started hosting the podcast, “Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine” -along with "LKF" she also hosts the podcasts “And the Award Goes To... Hosted by Ilana Levine” and “How To Be More Chill”. She is the host of the Bryant Park author series " Live From The Reading Room" and hosts a celebrity interview series at The Atlantic Theater Company in NYC guests include Ben Stiller, Ted Danson, Isabelle Huppert , Duncan Sheik, Mary Steenburgen and more. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Dominic Fumusa, and their 2 children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Agency Intelligence podcast, host Jason Cass interviews Elijah Goodman, Producer at Goodman Family Insurance. Episode Highlights: Elijah discusses Goodman Family Insurance and how he gets leads by posting videos and other content on TikTok and social media. (3:46) Elijah explains how he came up with the concept for his first TikTok video, which is about cold calling. (5:57) Elijah recommends those who wish to post on TikTok or Instagram to include a quote sheet or an intake form in each video so that viewers can contact them for a quote since you never know which video could go viral. (10:11) Elijah mentions the need for making the video interesting from the start in order to attract people's attention. (12:12) Elijah explains why it is important to ride the wave of a video that goes viral. (14:41) Elijah mentions that you should not be too concerned with how a video performs, some will perform well and others will not. (17:24) Elijah explains how gaining more leads from his videos influenced his agency's workflow and what they do to ensure they can handle those leads. (20:08) Elijah shares the mechanics of his giveaways on social media. (24:14) Key Quotes: “If you have a video that goes up and does really well, I would just try to ride that wave as much as possible. So whatever kind of the video is, just keep going off that until you lose momentum with it. Because that's what I had a lot of success with at the beginning” - Elijah Goodman “I used to be like this too. Getting too worked up about how a video does or how many views it gets, how many likes it gets, comments it gets. On the day you posted a video and it totally flops, and in two weeks or a month, no one is going to remember you posted a video. It doesn't matter.” - Elijah Goodman Resources Mentioned: Elijah Goodman LinkedIn TikTok: Big E the Insurance Guy Goodman Family Insurance Reach out to Jason Cass Agency Intelligence
The New Yorker: The Writer's Voice - New Fiction from The New Yorker
Allegra Goodman reads her story “The Last Grownup,” which appeared in the February 27, 2023, issue of the magazine. Goodman has published two story collections and seven novels, including “Kaaterskill Falls,” which was a National Book Award finalist, “The Chalk Artist,” and, most recently, “Sam,” which came out earlier this year.
In episode 1418, Jack and guest co-host DJ Danl Goodman are joined by comedian, writer, and podcaster, Steve Hernandez, to discuss… The Uber Wealthy Run Everything AKA Another Segment Of Jack Read Another New Yorker Article Now You Get To Hear About It, The State of the Union: Now With More Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Leonardo DiCaprio's Newest Girlfriend Invites (Gross) Comparisons to The Last of Us, TripAdvisor Keeps Getting Fooled By Fake Restaurants and more! The Uber Wealthy Run Everything AKA Another Segment Of Jack Read Another New Yorker Article Now You Get To Hear About It Leonardo DiCaprio's Newest Girlfriend Invites (Gross) Comparisons to The Last of Us Leonardo DiCaprio's rumoured new girlfriend sparks age gap comparison with Pedro Pascal Leonardo DiCaprio Has Been Linked To A 19-Year-Old Model And The Internet Is Seriously Uncomfortable TripAdvisor Keeps Getting Fooled By Fake Restaurants Montreal's No. 1 Restaurant Doesn't Exist Best restaurant in Montreal according to Tripadvisor does not exist How this man tricked TripAdvisor into listing his shed as London's No. 1-rated restaurant Believe nothing: The hoax of the Shed at Dulwich Fake restaurant on TripAdvisor sends diners to alley filled with garbage cans APPLE RANKINGS(!) LISTEN: Awake To You by R+R=NOWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 1417, Jack and guest co-host DJ Danl Goodman are joined by writer and comedian, Maggie Maye, to discuss… Is Police Incompetence Why We Like True Crime? The Supreme Court Is Too Old For This S**t (Basic Security Precautions), AMC Is Charging More For Non-S**tty Seats and more! US man cleaning out late grandmother's apartment shot dead by police The Supreme Court Is Too Old For This S**t (Basic Security Precautions) Supreme Court justices used personal emails for work and ‘burn bags' were left open in hallways, sources say AMC Is Charging More For Non-S**tty Seats Maggie Maye's Venmo: @MaggieMayehaha LISTEN: Yum (Jon Casey Edit) by HamdiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.