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Happy early 50th Birthday to Christopher Wallace. Graduates from Clark Atlanta University were given LLC's as presents. There is also a date from hell caught on TikTok. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, hear from two of my past graduates about how they have implemented what they've learned in the program into their rigorous schedules. They share the changes they've made in their businesses since the pandemic, their advice for anybody considering the program who has a full life already, and the results they are seeing in their lives and their clients' lives. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.functionalsynergy.com/107
In this episode, Dr. Ryan Messmore interviews author and award-winning essayist Mary Eberstadt, whose writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, First Things, National Review, and The Weekly Standard, among other acclaimed publications. Mrs. Eberstadt holds the Panula Chair in Christian Culture at the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C. and is Senior Research Fellow at the Faith & Reason Institute. Their conversation focuses on the 2022 Commencement Address that Mrs. Eberstadt delivered to Magdalen graduates earlier that day. She told students that they live in a moment made essential by the recent happenings at the Supreme Court and charged them to be bold witnesses in the public square of truth as well as beauty. Listen as she shares these and other messages of wisdom and inspiration, and learn why she asked the graduates to remember 5 key words from this day (“I wanted what they had”).
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Weekend Recap: Rick's son, Brooks, graduated from Mississippi State and Greg's granddaughter, Marin, turned one. We sadly have to report on the mass shootings over the weekend as well. The pure evil that spawns these events is not new, and is not going away. On a positive note, Dr. Fauci says he will resign if Trump runs and wins in 2024. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Amy and Mike talk with author Jeff Atwood about his series of Need to Know books including his latest title which is perfect for this season, Need to Know for Graduates: Little Things That Make a Big Difference! Grads will appreciate this collection of practical and highly relevant wisdom and wit that will help them manage their expectations, experience grace, and laugh at themselves when things don't go as planned. Author Jeff Atwood shares the real-life, hard-won lessons he's learned through the years, the kind of guidance he wishes someone would have given him as he entered the adult world. Those seeking direction for their next phase of life will appreciate these helpful insights, including: Do what brings you joy. Not what brings your parents joy or pays well or looks impressive. Find the thing that brings you joy, and everything else will likely take care of itself. You are not the sum of “likes” or “friends” or any other social media affirmation. Don't let people you don't know define or shape your value. You were made to do great things that only you can do. We need you to do them. Need to Know for Graduates is an ideal gift for grads and provides personal inspiration for everyday living. Jeff is an author, speaker, nonprofit leader, and marketing consultant. He has more than two decades of experience in brand development, specializing in helping organizations and communities tell their stories. Jeff has spoken to healthcare and other community groups, sharing experiences, and celebrating the work of healthcare providers, drawn from his unique perspective as both a healthcare leader and as the parent of medically and intellectually challenged child.
A new MP3 sermon from Grace Community Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Sermon for the Graduates: Be Rich Towards God Subtitle: Single Message Speaker: Brian Borgman Broadcaster: Grace Community Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 5/15/2022 Bible: Luke 12:13-21 Length: 41 min.
After a short break, Inside MusiCast is back with this brand new episode featuring Canadian singer/songwriter, Chris Smith. Chris' career in music started to take off in the ‘80s when he left Humber College to join a band called The Graduates, an original R&B, pop band made up of other Humber non-grads that played the clubs on the Ontario circuit. From there, he became a member of Regatta, a late '80s AOR band who garnered success, but broke-up after a few years. Chris then turned his attention to his solo career, where he has released four albums since 1995 and is currently working on new material for a forthcoming release. His music is a blend of jazz, blues, rock, and soul and has a sound that is timeless. Inside MusiCast is pleased to welcome Chris Smith.
Sing to the Lord a new song! The Christian Church sings forth the song of Salvation in Christ Jesus alone! Sermon Text: Isaiah 12:1-6. Sermon Theme: "Graduates! Sing Salvation's Song!" Preached for Cantate, Fifth Sunday of Easter, 15-May-2022, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Tell City, Indiana by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
Welcome to episode 121 of Activist #MMT. Today's the second half of student debt horror story number two, with Sean McCoy. In part one, Sean described his background, his journey to decide on a university, the basics of his loans, and his experience and difficulties paying them off. Sean left school with nearly $150,000 in student debt. Now it's five years later and he's paid more than required each month, which has reduced it to around $120,000. At this rate, he will have fully paid off his loans around the year 2042. That's not a joke. (A list of the audio chapters in this episode can be found at the bottom of this post.) Today, we continue that discussion, and especially focus on Sean's responses to some of the terrible arguments against canceling student debt. These arguments are largely based on the false notion that "our individual tax dollars" are required to pay for the education – and debt – of others. To learn more about Sean and his work, you can visit his website at seancmccoy.com. If you like what you hear, then I hope you might consider becoming a monthly patron of Activist #MMT. Patrons have exclusive access to several full-length episodes, right now. A full list is here, each with a brief highlight. Patrons also get the opportunity to ask my academic guests questions, such as my recent episode with Warren Mosler. They also support the development of my large and growing collection of learn MMT resources. To become a patron, you can start by going to patreon.com/activistmmt. Every little bit helps a little bit, and it all adds up to a lot. Thanks. And now, let's get right back to my conversation with Sean McCoy. Enjoy. Audio chapters 6:05 - Milton Friedman and short-term thinking FOR WHO? 11:53 - Growth for who (Retirement Heist) 13:46 - Graduates add value to the economy! 16:04 - Criticisms against canceling student debt: The anger behind them. 22:32 - Criticism- You chose to take this loan, so pay it back. 29:01 - Criticism- Canceling student debt punishes all those who already paid back their loans. ("I had to pay my loans but you don't have to pay back yours?!") 32:50 - Criticism- If education didn't have a cost than everyone world get useless degrees. (Define useless.) 39:33 - Did your brief introduction to MMT change your thinking about student debt? 42:13 - How would your time in college have been different if it had no cost? 48:45 - How would your life be different today if you didn't have student debt? 52:44 - Final thoughts and goodbyes. 57:07 - Duplicate of introduction, but with no background music
Along with graduation season comes excitement and anticipation of the adventures and success that lie ahead. We just can't help but think about what's next. While looking to the future is a generally good practice, there is also great importance in taking the time to live in the moment. In this episode, we discuss Alan Watt's 1959 speech "Live Fully Now" and why making space for some balance in our lives is just as critical as planning for the future. Mentioned or referenced in this episode: Alan Watts: Live Fully Now (video) Alan Watts: Live Fully Now (written) 5 Traits of GenZ in the Workplace HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself (with bonus article "How Will You Measure Your Life?" by Clayton M. Christensen) Click movie --- Sign up for my contact list to be the first to know about new offerings and to receive my note on all things! You can also stay connected with Journey to Jupiter via..... Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: jetaundavis.com Instagram: @JourneyJupiter Twitter: @JourneyJupiter Facebook: @JourneyJupiter ----- Edited by Ken Inge of Dead End Hip Hop
The technician shortage is nothing new - it's been a trending topic in the automotive industry for decades. According to experts, demand for technicians has nearly doubled in the past year and is expected to continue to skyrocket over the next few years. With a potential shortage of nearly 650,000 technicians by 2024, the question continues: where will we get the next generation of automotive professionals?In this episode of Talking Shop with ShopOwner, ShopOwner editor Doug Kaufman speaks with Jack Stow, instructor at CTEC Automotive of North Kansas City Schools, Kansas City, MO about the expectations he has for his students, expectations his students have of the industry for which they're studying and expectations the industry have for the future. NKC's CTEC program was named the 2020-2021 Tomorrow's Tech's School of the Year, and Stow explains how important a passion for knowledge remains for his proteges.This episode is presented by AAPEX, the premier business educational, and networking event in the automotive industry.
Episode 123- A Word for Graduates: Friends, Dating, $$, & Church, hosted by Mark Vance. Welcome to the Equip Podcast from Cornerstone Church of Ames. This podcast is designed to help you live a faithful and fruitful life where Jesus has called you.Connect with Cornerstone Church Online at cornerstonelife.com. Subscribe to our "Sermon" and "Equip" podcasts on iTunes and Spotify and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
It's graduation season! A season of wide-open possibilities, of bittersweet good-bye's and excited hello's. Congratulations graduates and all those who have supported you on your journey. ~ Delilah See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's that time of year! A time of celebration and congratulations for teenagers who have finished High School. Many important decisions for those teens lives will be made, so here is some Guidance for the Graduates. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yplife/message
On our Education feature we talk to Busisiwe Hlatshwayo, a Career Coach and founder of Black Women in the Workplace, about how prepared are graduates for the world of work? Should Institutes of learning be the ones preparing them for the world of work? If not, whose responsibility, is it? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Meet Elliot Tanner. The home schooled kid who has already got a physics degree on his way to a PHD at age 18! Share. Like. Or delete. But first enjoy.. https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-13yearold-elliott-fund-graduate-school See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode of Behind the Community, Chamber Director Cecilia Murray chats with Junior Leadership Pulaski County graduates, Ashley Baker, Clayton Gregory and Kailey Sowards. They share the impact that the Junior Leadership Pulaski County program has had on them and what they learned. To learn more about the WSR Chamber and how your business can be featured on the Behind the Community podcast, email us at email@example.com.
Graduation season is upon us, so like we do each year, we have some words of wisdom to help graduates along their journey to Jupiter. The two tips shared: Define what success looks like for you (4:41) Steer your career for the trajectory/path you want (9:54) Also mentioned in this episode: Episode 8: What's More Important Than College In Your Life Journey? Episode 48: How to Adapt Your Job Search in the Age of COVID-19 Episode 72: The Biggest Heartbreak of Adulting Poem from “I Do This” by Nipsey Hussle featuring Young Thug & Mozzy --- Sign up for my contact list to be the first to know about new offerings and to receive my note on all things! You can also stay connected with Journey to Jupiter via..... Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: jetaundavis.com Instagram: @JourneyJupiter Twitter: @JourneyJupiter Facebook: @JourneyJupiter ----- Edited by Ken Inge of Dead End Hip Hop
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On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual banter and slappers for your head tops, Elon D-Riding, Willow writing Tupac, and other topics. Thanks for the support. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door