We often know what we “should” do, but that doesn't mean it's easy to do it. Today Dr. Rick and Forrest are joined by Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman and Dr. Jordyn Feingold to explore how we can learn to consistently choose our best selves, overcome barriers to growth, and fully actualize ourselves.About our Guests: Scott is a cognitive scientist, humanistic psychologist, professor at Columbia University, host of the popular Psychology Podcast, and the author of 10 books, including Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization. Jordyn is a resident physician in psychiatry, a well-being researcher, and a positive psychology practitioner. Together, they're the authors of the recently released Choose Growth: A Workbook for Transcending Trauma, Fear, and Self-Doubt.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:40: Why the title Choose Growth?3:50: Balancing growth and discomfort7:20: The value of social support12:00: Growth from positive experiences14:15: Mindset15:40: 8 ways to choose growth16:35: Building self-esteem and distinguishing it from narcissism24:55: Becoming a transcender29:25: Transcending dichotomies34:15: Practicing self-compassion 36:50: The underlying ground41:30: Creativity and healing46:00: Daily positive medicine for collective growth50:15: Recap Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Being Well is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.
"The Shielding Approach" Hosts: Darren Weeks, Vicky Davis Website for the show: https://governamerica.com Vicky's Websites: https://thetechnocratictyranny.com and http://channelingreality.com COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AND CREDITS: https://governamerica.com/radio/radio-archives/22428-govern-america-august-14-2021-the-shielding-approach CDC outlines the building of "green zone" quarantine camps. U.S. government is openly warring against the People. Biden administration considers banning interstate travel for the unjabbed. Cuomo resigning is a distraction from real issues. To the technocrats, your body is a computer to be programmed; your cells and DNA are an operating system to be "upgraded". Technocrats are in control of the government and now they are coming together to declare what AI means for the future of your humanity. The World Economic Forum has a new "Millennial Manifesto" it is using to orchestrate and control "grass roots" activism through youth movements. WEF panel on "Shaping Empowered Data Societies". Richard Edelman worries people don't trust the media enough. Media programming is provably ruining society and mental health. What methods of propaganda are being used today? Highly-credentialed virologist who worked for Big Pharma and Bill and Melinda Gates' GAVI says the COVID stabbings are causing the variants. Totalitarianism around the world as Aussie health director now tells people not to talk to each other. French people boycott restaurants in defiance of COVID passports, and more.
In this special episode of The Green Zone, hosts Jeff Green and Lauren Smith are joined by members of the Green Financial Group team as they share their favorite holiday gifts to both give and receive. If you have been on the fence about what to buy for a loved one this holiday season – or what to put on your own list! –this episode is for you. Tune in to see why these following items made the cut for the GFG Holiday Gift Guide:Country Kettle FudgeStainless Steel Kitchen Cutting Board ($40-100)Nest Holiday Classic Candle ($46)Clutch Portable Phone Charger ($50)Artifact Uprising Brass Easel & Calendar ($60)Estelle Colored Wine Glasses (Set of 6) ($185)Christopher Radko Holiday OrnamentsFurbo Dog Camera ($200)Therabody Theragun Mini ($200)iRobot Roomba ($600)Therasage Portable Sauna ($1,200+)Connect With Green Financial Group:email@example.com(713) 244-3030Schedule A Call With Jeff or LaurenGreen Financial GroupLinkedIn: Jeff GreenLinkedIn: Lauren Smith Note: Raymond James is not affiliated with nor does it endorse any of the products or companies mentioned within this podcast.
The XFL 2023 uniforms are here, the XFL 2023 rulebook is released and we are talking potential drama between the XFL and the NFL Alumni Academy on this week's show! ESPN's Kevin Seifert returns to the program to talk through the XFL 2023's launch timeline and to give his thoughts on the newly released XFL 2023 rulebook. Andy Murray sits down to dive into a potential end of the relationship between the XFL and the NFL Alumni Academy, ranks the top and bottom XFL 2023 uniforms, and talks through the XFL's changes to its 2023 rulebook. We welcome Ben DiNucci, quarterback for the XFL Seattle Sea Dragons, talk CFL with Jamie Nye of The Green Zone out of Saskatchewan and chat with Montreal Alouettes DB Wes Sutton.0:00 The Markcast Episode Promo2:56 Show Intro8:05 ESPN's Kevin Seifert on XFL 2023 Launch Timeline, XFL 2023 Rulebook43:18 XFL-NFL Alumni Academy Partnership Drama and Potential Fallout Explained1:03:17 XFL 2023 Uniform Rankings and Breakdowns, Top 3 and Bottom 31:44:00 XFL 2023 Rule Changes Explained1:57:33 XFL Seattle Sea Dragons Quarterback Ben DiNucci2:13:24 Jamie Nye, The Green Zone CFL Interview2:40:28 Wes Sutton, CFL Montreal Alouettes DB Interview2:57:29 Show Outro*Editor's note, the amount of tuition owed to the NFL Alumni Academy per player signed onto an XFL roster is $13,000, not $8,000.
Krystine, founder of The Compass Therapeutics & Wellbeing has been a renowned Holistic Practitioner since 1998. They bring a unique approach to teaching and healing — one that is focused on self-inspiration and which embodies the physical, spiritual, and emotional aspects of well-being. With a holistic approach, Krystine and her team offer the luxury spa services you may be familiar with but also unique therapeutics to educate and encourage wellness through their Whole Health Approach. Whether you are experiencing pain or want to improve your physical and mental well-being, The Compass Therapeutics & Wellbeing provides a unique approach to achieving and maintaining your optimal health. "Since the first day we opened our doors, our guests have sought out our insights and expertise. Let us show you the way to your best self"-Krystine Vicky and Krystine will be hosting a special evening where they will be discussing techniques and practices to put your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being in a full Green Zone state of happiness and hope.
This episode of The Green Zone podcast is part of a special series to raise awareness of several non-profits that support special populations and their families. Hosts Jeff Green and Lauren Smith hope that once you've heard these stories, you may choose to recognize the work being done with your time and your dollars. In this episode, Jeff and Lauren learn about and discuss: The PTSD Foundation of America Interview with David Maulsby, Executive Director of the PTSD Foundation of America The mission of the PTSD Foundation of America, which is to bring hope and healing to Combat Veterans and their families suffering from the effects of combat-related Post Traumatic Stress. Important facts about PTSD and how it can affect the lives of those who have served in the military as well as their families How we can help support their mission Support the PTSD Foundation of America How To Donate: https://ptsdusa.org/give-help/ Amazon Smile: https://smile.amazon.com/ Search: PTSD Foundation of America Website: www.PTSDUSA.org Instagram: @ptsdfoundationofamerica Twitter: @ptsdusa YouTube: @ptsdusa The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Interview with Ted Probert, President & CEO of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation The mission of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation (MCSF), the Nation's oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships for military children The impact and ripple effect that these scholarships make for military families How we can help support their mission Support the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation How To Donate: https://www.mcsf.org/donate/ Website: https://www.mcsf.org LinkedIn: Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Instagram: @marinescholars Facebook: @marinescholars Additional Notes The MCSF scholarship application opens on January 1st. Children of Marines and Sailors who served with Marines are encouraged to apply. More information about eligibility can be found here: https://www.mcsf.org/apply/eligibility/ MCSF At A Glance One Pager Connect With Green Financial Group: firstname.lastname@example.org (713) 244-3030 Schedule A Call With Jeff or Lauren Green Financial Group LinkedIn: Jeff Green LinkedIn: Lauren Smith Note: Raymond James is not affiliated with and does not endorse the PTSD Foundation of America or the Marine Corps Scholarship Fund.
Welcome Back to The Coachable Podcast. This week we are joined again by my dear friend Jessica Haley. Jessica's purpose isn't to do ONE thing. Instead, it is to do everything that aligns to her truth. Activating, serving, and being a catalyst for transformation is where her heart is. Today, she activates CEOs and the companies they run to achieve peak states of growth, success and impact by teaching them the importance of energy optimization, mission development, and sales/marketing strategy. She helps high performers understand how to get into that flow state. Maximize it. & Allow the times that they aren't in it to serve their highest growth/evolution.[1:00] Background of Manifest CEO"The neuroscience behind manifestation gives you an edge to be able to optimize your energy, tap into a flow state and condense timeframes." "Manifestation has this fluffy, airy fairy, super spiritual kind of thing around it, and it's not. This is science and if you use this to your advantage you can work smarter instead of harder.""Green Zone is the foundation - it's checking your energy and understanding how to tap into that flow state."[5:00] Auditing our internal reality"Internal cause external effect. If you're not 100% satisfied with what you've got in your external reality that you're staring at, then there's probably something you need to audit internally.""I'm not a victim of circumstance. I am a creator of it and I am choosing to see all things as something that's trying to help me expand and grow and move me closer to what I want, not further away from it."[20:00] Manifest Movie"A manifest movie is essentially a way for you to tap into the imagery and the music and the emotion of whatever it is that you're creating.""Find pictures that evoke the emotion in your physical body.""Everything that we create starts as a thought, but then having that music seals it, it it, it allows you to access a portal into what can be into this possible future that you're creating."[42:00] Green Zone "Our perception of our reality is one hundred percent dictated by the emotional state that we are in.""When you're in the green zone possibilities are endless. You can see opportunity. This is when we are most in alignment. This is when we are flowing downstream and just in that space of creativity and enthusiasm."Connect With Jess: https://www.instagram.com/thejessicahaley/Join our Quantum Leap Accelerator! https://torigordon.com/quantum-acceleratorConnect with us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecoachablepodcast/Connect with Tori on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachtorigordon/ Guess what?! WE'RE ON YOUTUBE! https://www.youtube.com/c/ToriGordon If you love the show and want to show your support, please leave us a 5 star rating and review of the podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Go be coachable!
This episode of The Green Zone podcast kicks off a special series to raise awareness of several non-profits that support special populations and their families. They hope that once you've heard these stories, you may choose to recognize the work being done with your time and your dollars. In this episode, Jeff and Lauren learn about and discuss: The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Interview with Courtney Egan The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the world's leader in the search for a cure for CF Important facts about Cystic Fibrosis and how it affects individuals and families The personal story of Courtney and her daughter, who has Cystic Fibrosis How we can help support their mission, particularly in Green Financial Group's home base of Houston, Texas Support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation How To Donate: https://www.cff.org/give-monthly Website: www.cff.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CFFTXGulfCoast Instagram: @cff_texasgulfcoast or @cf_foundation Twitter: @CFF_Houston or @CF_Foundation Upcoming Events in the Houston area: November 15, 2022: Houston Great Strides at the Houston Zoo Gigi's Playhouse (Sugarland, Texas Location) Interview with Ammie Blahuta The mission of GiGi's Playhouse, a network of Down Syndrome Achievement Centers that provides support for people with Down syndrome and their families. Important facts about Down Syndrome and its impact on people's lives The personal story of Ammie and her daughter, Sadie, who has Down Syndrome How we can help support their mission, particularly in Green Financial Group's home base of Houston, Texas Support GiGi's Playhouse How To Donate: Visit their website and click DONATE in the menu Website: https://gigisplayhouse.org/sugarland/ Facebook: GiGi's Playhouse Sugarland Instagram: @gigisplayhousesugarland Upcoming Events in the Houston area: April 29, 2023: Fun Run March 10, 2023: Fashion Show March 21, 2023: World Down Syndrome Day Connect With Green Financial Group: email@example.com (713) 244-3030 Schedule A Call With Jeff or Lauren Green Financial Group LinkedIn: Jeff Green LinkedIn: Lauren Smith Note: Raymond James is not affiliated with and does not endorse the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or GiGi's Playhouse.
Episode 65! Prince Waleed Bin Nasser Al Saud joins The 966 -- Prince Waleed is CEO of Mukatafa, a consultancy based in Riyadh that brings together the public and private sectors in Saudi Arabia, forming an ecosystem that enables the private, public, and third-party sectors to collaborate, integrate, and grow together as the Kingdom drives forward with Vision 2030. Mukatafa means standing shoulder to shoulder in Arabic, and the growing organization founded by Prince Waleed has worked specifically within the Manufacturing, Education, Food and Beverage, Grocery, Luxury Fashion, Jewelry, Beauty, Electronics, and Furniture industries. Before that discussion, the hosts discuss U.S.-Saudi relations, the mining and minerals sector in the Kingdom and much more...1:28 - Richard's One Big Thing is why U.S.-Saudi relations are in need of a healthy reset and how some recent commentary on U.S.-Saudi relations seems to recognize the need for the U.S. perspective to be updated on Saudi Arabia13:14 - Lucien's one big thing is all of the recent developments in Saudi Arabia's mining and minerals sector, overseen by Minister Bandar bin Ibrahim AlKhorayef, Deputy Minister for Mining Affairs Khalid Al-Mudaifer, and Deputy Minster Osama Zamil. The team is full steam ahead with developing the mining and minerals sector and working to make Saudi Arabia more attractive for industry in general. AlKhroyef said recently that Saudi Arabia plans to award over a dozen mining exploration licenses to international investors.Five new exploration sites are up for licensing and the kingdom will release details of an additional 10 opportunities next year, the minister said in a speech at IMARC. More than 145 licenses have been issued so far and the country has seen a 27% year-on-year growth in its mining revenue. The Minster also referenced the recently announced ambitious strategy to attract investments worth $32 billion to the sector.[Note: here is the interview referenced by Lucien: https://im-mining.com/2022/11/02/91213/]22:37 - Prince Waleed Bin Nasser Al Saud joins The 966 -- Prince Waleed is CEO of Mukatafa, a consultancy based in Riyadh that brings together the public and private sectors in Saudi Arabia, forming an ecosystem that enables the private, public, and third-party sectors to collaborate, integrate, and grow together as the Kingdom drives forward with Vision 2030. Mukatafa means standing shoulder to shoulder in Arabic, and the growing organization founded by Prince Waleed has worked specifically within the Manufacturing, Education, Food and Beverage, Grocery, Luxury Fashion, Jewelry, Beauty, Electronics, and Furniture industries.1:10:14 - Yallah! 6 top storylines to get you up to date heading into the weekend...COP 27 in Egypt UnderwayThe conference officially runs from Nov. 6 through Nov. 18. The meetings are being held at the Sharm el Sheikh. There are two main sites for the event: the Blue Zone and the Green Zone. The Blue Zone, based at the Sharm el Sheikh International Convention Center just south of the town center, is where the official negotiations will be held. That space will be managed by the United Nations and is subject to international law. More than 35,000 delegates are expected to attend the event, including President Biden and more than 100 heads of state, according to the U.N. climate body. That is smaller than last year's summit in Glasgow, which brought together 120 world leaders and over 40,000 registered participants. But for a year in which no major decisions are officially expected, it is still a substantial gathering. Saudi Arabia announces visa-free entry ahead of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022For the first time ever, Saudi Tourism Authority announces the extension of the Saudi multi-entry visa, the new announcement states that the multi-entry visa allows Hayya Card holders to stay in Saudi for up to 60 days, with pre-entry to the FIFA World Cup not required. Further extensions will allow for ‘Hayya with Me (1+3)', allowing Hayya Card holders and three additional friends and family members to enter the kingdom.Saudi Arabia Launches Its Own EV BrandThe kingdom's sovereign wealth fund announced last week it is launching an electric vehicle brand together with Taiwan's Foxconn, called Ceer. It will become the first Saudi automotive brand to produce electric vehicles in Saudi Arabia, and will design, manufacture, and sell a range of vehicles for consumers in the country and the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, including sedans and sports utility vehicles.Saudi Arabia Hosting The 22nd Arab Radio & TV FestivalRunning from 9th-12th November 2022, 30 other countries will be participating in the event – including 12 that are non-Arab countries. Over 1000 media experts and professionals from around 200 radio and television networks and production and distribution companies will be attending. 2022's edition of the Arab Radio and Television Festival is being held in Saudi Arabia for the first time, as opposed to its usual location in Tunisia, where its headquarters are based and will coincide with the establishment of the Future of Media Exhibition. Saudi Arabia commits $2.5bn to Middle East Green Initiative over next 10 yearsSaudi Arabia will contribute $2.5 billion to a green initiative in the Middle East over the next ten years, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced during the Cop27 UN climate summit. Prince Mohammed was speaking at the second edition of the Middle East Green Initiative conference being held in Cairo alongside the Cop27 climate change summit in Egypt. He told attendees that the kingdom aims to provide more sustainable energy systems and that Saudi Arabia would build a prominent headquarters for the initiative. “With concerted regional efforts, the initiative seeks to support efforts and co-operation in the region to reduce and eliminate emissions by more than 670 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent,” he said. Saudi Arabia's October PMI marks highest growth since January 2021The headline seasonally adjusted Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) of Saudi Arabia rose to 57.2 in October 2022 from 56.6 last September, marking the strongest business outlook since January 2021. The PMI highlighted solid business conditions in the non-oil private sector economy during October 2022, according to Riyad Bank's data. Firms witnessed enhanced domestic economic conditions and smooth inflationary pressures, which resulted in the most promising outlook for future output since the beginning of 2021.
Seedcast is headed to Egypt! Seedcast Producer Felipe Contreras and Executive Producer Tracy Rector share notes from the road (or, rather, the sky) on their way to COP27, the U.N. global climate talks happening in Sharm el-Sheikh. No Blue Zone or Green Zone passes here, but Felipe and Tracy will be showing up in solidarity with Indigenous leaders from around the world and hearing stories from the front lines of climate change. Indigenous land defenders and storytellers don't make headlines enough at events like COP27 or the upcoming U.N. biodiversity talks in Montreal, unfortunately, but they are exactly the people who hold the knowledge we need to heal the world and the stories we center on Seedcast. Stay tuned for a whole episode filled with their stories later in November and more coverage in the coming months. We want to hear your stories, too. What is at stake for YOU and YOUR communities in this moment of climate crisis, and what are you doing to fight for our future? Let us know by sending us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Listen to stories that came out of our conversations with female Indigenous leaders at COP26 in 2021: Indigenous women on the frontlines of climate change at COP26 Guided by her ancestors, Joan Carling fights back Indigenous Peoples Hold the Planet: A Conversation with Nara Baré (listen in Portuguese here) Seedcast is a production of Nia Tero, a global nonprofit which supports Indigenous land guardianship around the world through policy, partnership, and storytelling initiatives. Enjoy the Seedcast podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and your other favorite podcast platforms. Keep up with Seedcast on social media: follow @NiaTero and use the hashtag #Seedcast.
This week our topic is Becoming Organized and today's Meeting of the Minds we ask the question. Can we develop a Green Zone Mind and end stress? The Green Zone Mind is set in “The Process” in being versus the Red Zone Mind set in results and doing. Is it possible to develop a Green Zone Mind through positive thinking? Does a new attitude create a Green Zone Mind? Tune in and learn the answers behind these questions. ________________________________________________________ Join The Stress Mastery Community today for FREE! Click here to register HERE! Love the show? Tweet me a shoutout at: @Billcortright Want to sponsor episodes of The Stress Mastery Podcast? Email Bill at : Bill@livingrightwithbillcortright.com Mentioned in this show: Join the private Facebook Group: The Stress Mastery Podcast Subscription/SocialLinks: Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe to the The Stress Mastery Mailing List Watch on Youtube www.livingrightwithbillcortright.com Instagram: @livingrightwithbillcortright Facebook at Bill Cortright STAY INSPIRED!
It's state vs state as national regulation lags behind environmental imperatives. Special Counsel Geoff Petersen takes us through how regulated industries are shaped by the turbulent history of federalism - including Mark Twain's train ride to Albury. Plus the real takeaway from the Optus hack, new maximum penalties, an overhaul of unfair contract terms provisions and we raise the curtain on Opera Australia under its new Chair. All this and more with co-hosts Moya Dodd and Matt Rubinstein. Simon Burns and Lesley Sutton on the Optus hack G+T on the new bill to increase penalties and prohibit unfair contract terms Justice Jagot's Bannerman lecture and Her Honour's paper on Matt's favourite competition law issue Mark Twain on "the most baffling and unaccountable marvel that Australasia can show" Hear the Pearl Fishers' Duet with Jussi Björling and Robert Merrill (1950) Meet the Gilbert + Tobin Competition + Regulation team Email us at email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Featured speakers: Dr. Massaab Al-Aloosy, Rasha Al-Aqeedi, Dr. Shahla Al-Kli, and Zeidon Al-Kinani. Since October 2021, the government of Iraq has been embroiled in a seeming intractable political crisis. Following the victory of the “Sadrist Movement” in Iraq's general election, the party sought for eight months to build a national majority coalition between Shias, Sunnis, and Kurds opposed to Iran's growing influence in Iraq. However, the Sadrists' leader, influential cleric Muqtada Al-Sadr, and his allies have consistently failed to break the majority required to appoint another president and prime minister. Al-Sadr's actions have been strongly opposed by Iraq's Shia pro-Iran “Coordination Framework,” which has pushed instead for a consensual government guaranteeing them decision-making authority. The Sadrists' efforts toward government formation abruptly ended in June when the bloc's members of parliament simultaneously resigned from parliament at Al-Sadr's request. The move was followed by several waves of protests, leading to repeated occupations of the heavily fortified Green Zone and even the Iraqi parliament building; in the most recent round of protest, rival Shia armed groups backed by Iran and Al-Sadr clashed for the first time in the Green Zone, threatening to engulf the country in a Shia-Shia civil war. Order was restored after Al-Sadr ordered his supporters to leave the Green Zone and the Iraqi armed forces imposed a curfew, but the incident, shocking though it was, does not appear to have resolved the larger crisis. Iraq's enduring social and sectarian divisions, exacerbated by foriegn influence, have led to an extremely unstable political situation in which no faction appears able to gain a secure majority and govern effectively and no authority seems willing or able to dissolve the current parliament and call for a new election. What are the constitutional dilemmas currently facing Iraq, particularly with regard to efforts to dissolve parliament? How have political alliances in Iraq changed since October 2021? What is the role of foreign intervention in exacerbating the crisis? How have militias growing power affected the political process? How can Iraqi leaders restore trust with each other? In the long run, what improvements, whether legislative or constitutional reforms or broader societal changes, could help to prevent a future crisis?
Elizabeth (Dr. E) Lombardo is a clinical psychologist, an inspirational public speaker, and the author of Get Out of the Red Zone; Transform Your Stress and Optimize True Success. Elizabeth has been dubbed the ‘Head Coach of Happiness' by Shaquille O'Neal, and her life's purpose is to bring out the best in others and help them feel good about themselves.In this episode, you'll hear from Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo on;(00:07:13) Her definition of happiness. Dr. E points out the difference between pleasure and happiness and shares her formula for true contentment, which focuses on the three pillars of passion, purpose, and people.(00:21:23) The physical benefits of happiness. Elizabeth reveals that happier people live eight to ten years longer than their more anxious counterparts and explains how stress negatively impacts our nervous and immune systems.(00:24:22) The dangers of the Red Zone. Dr. E sets out her sliding scale of color-coded stress levels, which range from 0 in the Green Zone to 10 in the Red Zone. Plus, she describes how our thought processes become narrower and more negative when we enter the Red Zone.(00:36:07) Controlling your inner critic. We talk about overcoming negative self-talk and not allowing your internal dialogue to hijack your chances of success.(01:01:03) Priming her brain for positivity. Dr. E shares her morning routine and reveals how meditation, exercise, and sleep help her to keep out of the Red Zone and cope with the challenges in her life.
Rob Vanstone is joined by Jamie Nye, of CJME/CKOM radio's The Green Zone, to discuss the Saskatchewan Roughriders third loss in a row and fifth consecutive loss on home turf. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Note: This episode of Danger Close originally ran in October 2021. James Yeager passed away on September 1, 2022. This is a tribute to his life and legacy. As James would always close out his videos: “This is James Yeager for Tactical Response reminding you that your responsibility to be ready for the fight, never ends.” James Yeager was a police officer, private security contractor, and founder and CEO of the firearm and tactical training company Tactical Response. He had been a firearms trainer since 1994 and founded Tactical Response in 1996 on the principle of “Student First – Instructor Second.” Yeager's law enforcement experience included serving as an undercover drug enforcement officer, SWAT team leader, K-9 handler, and as Chief of the Big Sandy Police Department in Tennessee. In 2004 and 2005, he worked as a private security contractor in Iraq, responsible for the protection of eight Iraqi Election Commissioners. On April 20, 2005, his PSD was caught in an ambush on Route Irish between the Green Zone and Baghdad International Airport. Three members of his team were killed. James discusses this in detail during the conversation. How much does a million dollars in $100 bills weigh and how did James Yeager know? What do you do if you lock your keys in an armored vehicle? Find out on the podcast. James was also the founder of libertv.com and its popular YouTube channel. His Instagram profile is @mfceoyeager. Sponsors: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee Company. Check out the latest here. SIG: This episode is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here.
What if you were given a road map guiding directly to the transformation you've been searching for? If so, welcome to the Stress Less, Thrive More Breakthrough Experience, where we guarantee that after just 10 days, you'll walk away with all the tools you'll need to lead a life of higher inspiration, connection, and aliveness.✨ Key Points in This Special Broadcast04:56 Why You Want to Listen to this Special Edition of the Coffee Break Show20:18 Reduce Reactions, Come from a place of control35:12 The People with the most choices have the most power42:35 What You can expect doing this work 1) You discover where you are 2) You have a method that can move from a state of stress to one of enhanced well being in minutes44:04 The Power of a support system54:24 The Difference Between Change and Transformation1:09:24 The 10 Day Feel Good Life Breakthrough Challenge.
Rival Shiite militias clashed in Iraq last week, as a power struggle between infamous cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and his political opponents spilled over from parliament into the streets of the heart of Baghdad's Green Zone.
Rival Shiite militias clashed in Iraq last week, as a power struggle between infamous cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and his political opponents spilled over from parliament into the streets of the heart of Baghdad's Green Zone.
Today on "Catholic Drive Time": Standing in the Gap, Luke Coffee recounts Jan. 6 and standing in the middle of chaos at the tunnel entrance to the US Capitol. AND What is going on in Iraq? Rioting in the Green Zone? Has the US Embassy evacuated? Ret. Army Col. Matt Dooley joins us. ALSO – Brent Haynes – Forced abortion coverage, the FTC on selling cell data, and the end of the US as we know it? A Federal appellate court on Friday cited religious freedom to block the Biden administration from forcing doctors to perform abortions or “sex-reassignment” surgeries. The DOJ admits the FBI took attorney-client privileged documents from Trumps Marlago residence. Join Email list! GRNonline.com/CDT GRN to 42828 What's Concerning Us – Col. Matt Dooley – Iraq - Iraq's Presidential Palace Breached; US Denies Embassy Was Evacuated US Embassy? Battle for Ramadi - 2006 Guest Seg. Luke Coffee – Jan. 6 – Standing in the Gap Why did you go up to the Capital? “People were agitating a peaceful crowd using confusion and chaos,” Coffee recalled. “On TV, it looks like a war. It makes it look like the crowd had initiated violence, but they didn't,” Coffee said. It was the most intense scenes from that day... I recall watching it live. Coffee wasn't prepared for what he saw next as he walked towards the Upper West Terrace archway. There was a waterfall of people falling down the stairs in response to the gas police released. He and a group of men discussed why they couldn't allow the situation to get out of hand since more people could potentially die. Were the people being pushed out of the tunnel by the police? Is that what started the panic and chaos? Who was throwing things at the police? Why were some hitting police? Who was helping Rosanne? Who had the forethought to show up with goggals? He heard women screaming for help underneath a pile of bodies, and kept focused on de-escalating the situation. He knew there were agent provacateurs around him yet wasn't aware the late Roseanne Boyland was losing her life in the area where he planted his feet. The gas was strong and it was hard to see. “Go and stand in the gap,” he heard the Holy Spirit say again. What crimes have you been charged with? What sentence are you facing? Legal costs? 2nd Guest Seg. Brent Haynes - Forced abortion coverage, the FTC on selling cell data, and the end of the US as we know it? Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/
Iraq's capital city has seen violent protests that left at least 21 dead after weeks of tensions. The spark was ignited after influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr announced on Twitter that he was quitting politics for good. This comes after his supporters were unable to form a government, despite winning the most seats in parliament last year. Al-Sadr's announcement sent a shockwave through Baghdad and his loyalists stormed the so-called Green Zone, prompting al-Sadr to apologize to the nation for the violence and urged protesters to go home. Correspondent Ben Wedeman has the latest. For more on the unrest, and to explain the background, Sara speaks with Feisal Amin al-Istrabadi, who as Iraq's deputy ambassador to the United Nations had firsthand experience of Iraqi politics and diplomacy. Also on today's show: Craig Whitlock, author of The Afghanistan Papers, which examines how that country's war was sold -- and mis-sold -- to the public; Jason Reid, author of Rise of the Black Quarterback; Global Citizen CEO Hugh Evans and Grammy Award-winning musician Angelique Kidjo on the 10th anniversary of the Global Citizen Festival.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Supporters of the Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr breach the high-security Green Zone in Baghdad, as they oppose the nomination of a pro-Iran rival candidate for PM. Also: Biden positive for Covid after "rebound infection", and Bob - a lost homing pigeon - back in UK after American adventure.
Iraqi protesters aligned with Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's political movement stormed the heavily militarized Green Zone and Iraqi Parliament building on Wednesday. The protesters eventually cleared out of the building, but political gridlock continues to plague Iraq. And, while Sweden and Finland's membership to NATO is still pending, the large Kurdish community in Sweden is worried that striking any deal with Turkey could put members of their community at risk. Also, gun battles between rival Haitian gangs continue to wreak havoc in and around Port-au-Prince. There's growing anger that weapons trafficking from the US is fueling the violence. Plus, we remember James Lovelock, creator of the "Gaia hypothesis," who has died at the age of 103.