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Es gibt nicht viele Geschichten und Ideen, welche die Pop-Kultur nachträglich prägen. Zuerst gab es "Der Herr Der Ringe". Dann gab es "Dungeons and Dragons". Und dann kam Berserk. Berserk hat Ende der 80er quasi das Dark Fantasy Genre erfunden, und es gibt vielleicht keinen anderen Manga, der an das Niveau von Berserk heranreicht. Eine einzige Geschichte die seit 1989 bis 2021 weitererzählt wurde und in diesen 32 Jahren so einen massiven Einfluss auf die Popkultur hatte, das es so etwas wie "Dark Souls" heute ohne Berserk nicht geben würde. Es ist dabei sehr frustrierend, das der Manga Berserk aufgrund seiner brutalen und kompromisslosen Darstellung von Gewalt, dem Massenpublikum oft gänzlich unbekannt ist. Das wollen wir heute ändern, indem wir euch mitnehmen in das Reich Midland, und euch über das tragische Leben von Guts dem Schwarzen Ritter, dem Hundert-Mann Schlächter oder auch dem geplagten Sterblichen erzählen. Viel Spaß gez. Die Lage der Nerdtion
Tune in here to this episode of Grits, Guts, and Determination, The Leadville Race Series Podcast, a leading authority for all things Leadville! Host Cole Chlouber, son of race founder Ken Chlouber, takes us on a story-telling journey of the 38-year rich history of this race. We learn all the tips, tricks, and stories from the Leadville community members! Joining us today is Ryan Krol, a runner, biker and new founder of his own coaching business, Boundless Coaching. Listen as he shares about his move from the midwest, his career start with Lifetime, and his recent move into endurance sports himself. To kick off the conversation, Cole asks Ryan to share the story of how Leadville found him. He fell in love with endurance sports while living in Oregon and participated in the Mt. Hood 100 miler and Ironman. He got a job at Life Time with the hopes of transferring to Colorado in the future. To do well as a trainer, Ryan believes it important to find your niche. He established himself as the endurance trainer and built a solid clientele. Ryan has always been interested in athletics and tried his hand in wrestling and track during high school. It was during the 100 miler that Ryan really found what he was looking for from endurance sports - being broken down mentally and physically. After moving to Colorado, Leadville became his next goal. Then, Cole asks Ryan to explain what drew him to endurance sports in the first place. He has always had a good work ethic, and was drawn to endurance sports because they are all about commitment, rather than having a special gift or talent. Race day is the one day science can be proven wrong, and it all comes down to who wants it the most. At this point, Ryan has 4 of each Leadville run and bike races under his belt. Ryan's run time at Leadville has gotten even faster since his first race. He reveals his best time happened the only time didn't enter the race with the expectation to beat his record. The external pressure of having people count on you is a huge motivation for finishing. The bike race at Leadville has much more of a teamwork atmosphere compared to the run. The training methodology is much more specific and tends to attract more analytic people. The DNF rate for the run is much higher than the bike because of it's time length. Though Cole often hints that the bike race is easier than the run, he urges himself not to forget about just how challenging the bike race is. Though he has always finished at Leadville, Ryan shares his DNF stories from other races. Next, they discuss Leadman, the challenge beyond all other challenges. What makes Leadville so unique, Ryan says, is the friendships and relationships one builds there. Everyone who participates has such an interesting story, which only adds to the energy of the race. Cole and Ryan were both furloughed from their positions at Life Time in 2020. Ryan took this as an opportunity to start his own coaching business, which he considers now to be a blessing in disguise. The clientele he had previously built really helped him establish his new path. As the episode wraps up, Ryan shares advice for Leadville family members to help them make it to the finish line at any event this upcoming summer. To avoid injuries at all costs, consistency and forming good habits now is key. To Ryan, the word Leadville evokes the memories of family reunions, fun summer nights and his tribe. Thanks for tuning in! Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe, and we hope to see you on the line in August!
Zum Auftakt unserer Staffel zum Thema Tierwohl besuchen wir Gut Aiderbichl im Salzburger Land und sprechen mit den Geschäftsführer Dieter Ehrengruber über die Ursprünge des Guts, die Intentionen der Stiftung und die Grenzen von Tierwohl.
One of the things that stand out about this week's WWE releases is that almost all of the names that were let go were people that were hired by Triple H. A common theme that has been playing out over the last 2 years but pro wrestling media on Twitter has failed to report on any of it until now, after they knew for months what the real story was. You know who reported on it while no one else did...ME BECOME AN OTS VIP: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5qSUdhxQMdFm7AjXt-QDxg/join Socials
It's a new year, and a good time to detox! We talk again today with Dr. Odiatu, and how our health is tied to our gut. More and more medical professionals are coming out and discussing gut health and why this is important, and that not all bacteria are the bad guys. As dental professionals, we can be the first line of defense in educating our patients on the importance of gut health, and how it all starts with our oral cavity. Please take a listen, and start your new year healthy! About Dr. Odiatu: Dr. Odiatu is the author of The Miracle of Health. He is double certified as a personal trainer, a certified yoga instructor and certified boot camp instructor, and a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Odiatu is a practicing dentist in Toronto this busy dental professional has been the invited guest on 400 radio & television shows including ABC 20/20 and Canada AM. He has given over 500 lectures in Canada, the USA, Denmark, Bermuda, England, Jamaica, Norway, and the Bahamas. Follow Dr. Odiatu for life-changing information Instagram @fitspeakers Twitter @fitspeakers www.DrUche.com This episode is sponsored by the amazing AflexX Assist Arm. Head on over to www.aflexxassistarm.com/ref/300/ Check out all of the amazing aerosol reducing, earth-saving, and ergonomic products. Don't forget to use code AflexX1 at checkout to receive special pricing.
Shubha Bhat, PharmD joins the Butts & Guts podcast to discuss Cleveland Clinic's unique inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patient-centered medical home and how a clinical pharmacist collaborates with a team of gastroenterologists, surgeons, nutritionists, dietitians, nurses, nurse practitioners and psychologists to capture the needs of a patient dealing with this condition.
Joseph Rosenfeld was born to be a personal style strategist. He had an epiphany in high school that remains the crux of his work for over thirty years. He theorized that personal style could transcend physical attraction. Joseph developed a strategy that saved and transformed his life. And he has gone on to transform the lives of an esteemed clientele. Clients know Joseph as a "style savant," and he is most called to serve those on a quest for transformation. His hallmark style strategy encourages clients to sync their inner and outer energy. He guides top business leaders with empathy, creativity, and precision. He shares their focus to ensure that they look on message. Quoted in The New York Times, NPR, The Washington Post, and NBC, Joseph loves sharing encouraging messages about style. He was once recognized by the San Jose Business Journal as one of its "40 Under 40." And the Silicon Valley Magazine named him best personal stylist in its It List in 2020 and 2021. In his spare time Joseph nurtures his interests in art, fashion, design, good food, and traveling. “I may never be handsome, I may never be hot, I may never be sexy. I mean, I feel good. So I mean, I got it going on. But what is true is that I could have style. And that style people would know and get to know me from the inside out, because style is about revealing who you are from deep within. It's not a surface game.” Time Stamp 1:27 How did Joseph start getting into styles at an early age? 5:02 Joseph's fashion and style design journey 7:13 Styling is not a surface game 10:26 Discovering his life's purpose from his favourite track 12:17 Joining the retail 13:29 Sharing his transformation projects experience 20:45 Joseph's workshops and fashion tips 30:34 How Joseph starts his day and his daily routine 34:01 Joseph's favourite fashion designer and how he gets inspiration from him 35:55 Joseph shares his vision and mission Social Media Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/josephrosenfeld/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephrosenfeld/ Clubhouse - https://www.joinclubhouse.com/@josephrosenfeld Stevie Nicks “Think About It” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-6l3JP9mEg Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Geniushttps://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/ Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello superstars. Welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius podcast where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host, Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week, I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to up your creative genius in any part of your life. Hey, everybody, it's Patti Dobrowolski with Up Your Creative Genius. Today, I have the chief style geek here that I'm going to interview in the podcast. It is so exciting to be here with Joseph Rosenfeld. He transforms geek to Chic, and he's a style savant. I've never met a style savant. But I certainly could use one he's most called to serve those on a quest for transformation. And he's going to help you everybody that's listening, transformed. Today, we're going to interview him and ask him all the ways that things we should consider when we're getting ready to go out in the world and be our brand in life. So welcome to the show, Joseph. So nice to have you here. Joseph Rosenfeld 01:21 Thank you so much, Patti. It's great to be with you and all of your followers. Patti Dobrowolski 01:27 Yeah, thanks. So alright, so I would love it. If you would just tell everyone a little bit about yourself. Like, I would love to hear your story of how you started to do this. And then what happened once you did? Joseph Rosenfeld 01:41 Well, I'm happy to share I want to be as upbeat and uplifting about this as you are. What I have to say the story is the downer, but we have to kind of remember that we're all here. I'm here. I've made it. So there is an uplifting parts of this. So I was really beaten up and bullied kid. And that's very serious and sobering. And I'm a survivor of that survived sexual attacks in my home by a babysitter when I was a boy. And so what all that did was it kind of disempowered me, I didn't have a voice. I didn't have a connection to my own spirit. And I believed all the negative BS that all the kids threw at me about how ugly I was and how they other me, they othered me for the way that I looked Jewish. They bothered me for having a big schnoz being left handed wearing glasses, having a long face, all the things being short and for having even what I would now describe in polite company as homosexual tendencies, like yes, no, just my demeanour, my behaviour, however, which way people thought that I was gay? You know, I think that they bother me in all these ways. And when I finally got clear on honestly, like, even if the journey is up to now, like, as of two weeks ago, I finally actually got superduper clear on this Patti? Patti Dobrowolski 03:09 Yes. Joseph Rosenfeld 03:10 Why did this happen? They feared my presence. It wasn't just about my appearance, only it was what laid behind it. It was also why they were attacking me for things that weren't obviously visible, like my faith belief. Patti Dobrowolski 03:25 Yes. Joseph Rosenfeld 03:26 Or even my sexual orientation, my identity, they was really cutting me, you know, down because they could see how strong and powerful I was even as little guy and a could not take me. Patti Dobrowolski 03:40 Yeah. Joseph Rosenfeld 03:41 Is it any wonder that this is really what I do for a living is help people stand up to anybody, and to stand up to ourselves and be our best selves ever? Patti Dobrowolski 03:53 Yes. Oh, my God, I love you so much. And I think, you know, I had a similar upbringing in those ways. You know, lots of things happen, because clearly I was gay. From the time I came out, you know, the womb, I wanted to wear my real clothes, and I dressed in combat gear most of the time. And, you know, I was just always, always othered for those kinds of things. And you know, what's beautiful about what that experience does, is it takes you into what you're talking about by truly helping people to stand in their power as them their true selves. And I think for so many people, it's scary. It's scary to see someone who really is standing in their power who really is their true self and is not going to change that for anyone. And so beautiful, beautiful on you for doing that. So you had this horrific childhood experience, you know, that you worked with, etc. Now, how did you get into doing fashion and style design? Tell me what led you to do that? I'm sure you did that from the beginning, but tell me more about that. Joseph Rosenfeld 05:02 So there was an epiphany that I had. I'm a man with many epiphanies throughout life. And you could probably relate to this, you know, as a fellow creative, that every time I have another like big Whoo, epiphany thing going on, like, everything in life becomes a new, it's the same life, but it's like life at next level. Patti Dobrowolski 05:25 Yes. Joseph Rosenfeld 05:26 So when I was 15, on top of all the tumult and turmoil that was going on, another horrible thing happened, which is my father dropped dead of heart attack. Patti Dobrowolski 05:36 Oh, my gosh. Joseph Rosenfeld 05:37 Oh, now that was like really hitting the rock bottom. And I just wanted everything to end and contemplated constantly. And the whole turnaround really happen there. When I discovered this was the mid 1980s, a book that had been out already for a little while, it was very irreverent. No one was supposed to take it seriously. Except me. It was called the Official Preppy handbook. And I as a midwestern North Chicago, suburban, you know, guy teenager, was looking for a way out, but to stay alive. And so I discovered the Official Preppy handbook, and I had this high school teenage aged epiphany, which was, if I could have style, no one would be able to tell me that I was ugly anymore. That style would transcend anything about physical appearance and attractiveness. And my hypothesis was, I may never be tall, which did turn out to be true. Patti Dobrowolski 06:42 Right, you're an inch taller than me. I love that. Joseph Rosenfeld 06:47 And I thought I may never be handsome, I may never be hot, I may never be sexy. Now, I mean, I feel good. So I mean, I got it going on. But what is true is that I could have style. And that style people would know and get to know me from the inside out, because style is about revealing who you are from deep within. It's not a surface game. Patti Dobrowolski 07:13 Wow. I love that. I love that it's not a surface game. It comes from deep within style. And so you that handbook helped you to realise that if you could project that inner style outwardly, right, that inner self outwardly that it would change everything? And did it you tested it. So what happened? Joseph Rosenfeld 07:35 The hypothesis worked event, so shortly into the whole thing. And this has to do in a way with the concept around personal branding and marketing, if you will, you make a certain number of reimpressions upon people, and they finally get like, you know, hit over the head, like the old VA commercials, I could add a VA. So people finally stopped, like bothering me and telling me that I was ugly. Yeah, this was pretty incredible. Because that eliminated a lot of noise in my head, even though the tapes were still playing. Patti Dobrowolski 08:11 Yes. Joseph Rosenfeld 08:11 And a lot of reverb like a concussion. Patti Dobrowolski 08:15 Oh my God. This is so true about limiting beliefs. They are like reverb in your head, they just play over and over again until you move the record. Joseph Rosenfeld 08:23 Exactly. Like let's pick up the needle and move it. So what was really great is that it allowed me to have some quiet within myself, so I could learn who I was. Now, in 1997. Tom Peters, famously then introduced this notion around personal branding. I think I was way ahead of the curve, not understanding what the hell it was that it was personal branding, but being able to go inside to say, Who am I what am I? What do I really believe in? What would I live for? All of those things equate to things that have to do with the personal brand. And I have to tell you that the great saviour around all of this is my favourite singer songwriter ever. And a song that she wrote in 1974 that was released on her debut solo album in 1981. That by the time I was really listening to it, this particular song became my mantra. It's a Stevie Nicks song called "Think about it" as her one of the lines and there are many lines to that song. I think everyone should go and give it a listen. Patti Dobrowolski 09:36 Definitely. Joseph Rosenfeld 09:37 She sayings your fortune is your life's love. And I thought, I can't end because I don't have my fortune because I don't know what my life's love is. Patti Dobrowolski 09:50 Yes. Joseph Rosenfeld 09:50 I feel that for all of us. Our life's love has to do with our mission and our purpose and our values and just our variable being like, who we are supposed to be without any explanation or justification or action to make ourselves worthy of anything, like we just belong to exist. And that song lyric, the whole song, but that line alone just gave me, you know, laser focus, purpose and vision. So I thought, I've got to go forth and figure out what that is. Patti Dobrowolski 10:26 That's right. That's what you do. And so you did, you went out and you went forth. And what did you find? Joseph Rosenfeld 10:33 So I then came to really understand that as much as I was interested in the idea of getting involved in politics, and government, public service, those things really whet my appetite in the later part of my high school years. So yes, junior senior years of high school, I think what happened was, by the time I was enrolled in college, and was really enjoying some of the special projects I was doing, I was enjoying the special projects. More than I was enjoying classwork. Patti Dobrowolski 11:05 Yeah. Joseph Rosenfeld 11:06 And I also decided, I don't want to be known as the gay politician. Patti Dobrowolski 11:12 No, no. Joseph Rosenfeld 11:14 And this was the now that like the mid to late 1980s. And AIDS crisis was like, huge. Patti Dobrowolski 11:20 Yes, was horrible. Joseph Rosenfeld 11:23 You know, very famous people. And it was just in my head at that point where I thought, I've already come through so much I just fell in, I just didn't think I could take it anymore. So I couldn't go back into being barraged for me being me that even though I survived, and I'm tough guy, that's too hard. So I thought, I really want to help people and make a difference in their lives. And I also just decided college was not going to be my thing, even though right into learning. And I advocated for most people. I made the other choice, which was to stop. And I went to Neiman Marcus in Chicago. And I said, Look, I see that you're hiring, and I need a job, give me a job. And I was the youngest person that they ever put out on the selling floor at that time. Patti Dobrowolski 12:16 It's fantastic. Joseph Rosenfeld 12:17 Yeah, it was cool. The store on Michigan Avenue in Chicago had been open seven years. I was 19 when they put me out on the floor. Patti Dobrowolski 12:25 Wow, that's so crazy. Good. Joseph Rosenfeld 12:27 That was amazing. And kind of, you know, there's more to that. But in essence, the rest is history. I had 12 year career in high end retail before I decided to go out on my own, and work as an image consultant and personal stylist. And for the last 21 years I've been successfully self employed. Patti Dobrowolski 12:47 Well, yeah, you're crazy busy to like trying to get you was almost impossible to get an interview with you. Because you were in Austria, you were in, you know, Paris, you were in Denver, you were in, you know, you're just Silicon Valley, you're all over the place you're working with, you know, execs and pro sports people and people just like me, right business owners who want to change their brand and bring it forward in a way that aligns you. That's what you do now. Right? So say a little bit about what you love about what you're doing right now. And if you can speak, you know, without talking about client names, but speak a little bit about the kinds of projects you're working on. Joseph Rosenfeld 13:29 Sure. So, for example, I have worked with different clients to help them escalate from being at one level of authority and accompany to becoming CEO of a company. This doesn't happen overnight, because competence has to be proved. Someone show up with a strong CV to begin with, they've got to have it going on. Right, then there's also the presence piece, and how is someone pivoting to make the right appeal to the right audience. And so these are all things that I strategize with leaders to add to the competence. It's, you know, there was this, I think they may have taken the drug off the market, but there used to be this TV commercial where they would show like an ice cream sundae or something and then they would show like the human being kind of dressed like the ice cream sundae. It's like very much about being like on brand in that way. So when somebody especially my clients were in high tech and leadership, they have to look like themselves and be authentic and genuine that way. But they also have to appeal to what the brand ethos is of the company, and sometimes even to the degree that they might match a little bit. Patti Dobrowolski 14:53 Yeah, the branding colours and everything like that right. Joseph Rosenfeld 14:56 The product or the service in a way like super quick example of that would be like someone like Steve Jobs, may he rest in peace. You know, when he and Johnny Ivy designed the original iPhone concept with their team, the iPhone looks so sleek and minimal, probably looks like a better version of Steve Jobs, quite frankly. But he was a very minimalist guy like us, not a lot of bells and whistles going on with him. And all the Guts and Glory was all inside. But he looked kind of streamlined on the outside, sort of like, you know, your iPhone could like, write like an essay, Miyazaki. Patti Dobrowolski 15:34 He's holding up his iPhone right now and showing it to us. So those of you that are listening, he's just showing us how sleek and beautiful it is right? Joseph Rosenfeld 15:42 You look at your black screen. It looks yes, me Aki black mock turtleneck, sweatshirt really does it know that Steve Jobs were every day that was his uniform. So that to me is an example of how to really show up and look on brand to deliver the right message. So I love getting people to the salient points of that, so that they do what they're supposed to do as top leaders to inspire to serve. Not a self serving thing. This is really about how leaders show up to lead. Yes, leaders. Patti Dobrowolski 16:18 There we go. Joseph Rosenfeld 16:20 That to me is a really exciting thing to do. And I would say that that's part of it. There are other people who I work with, like my oldest client right now. She's 81. She is fabulous. She had an issue where she almost couldn't walk anymore. And years before she and I met she had foot surgery. Here in New York. She lives in California, by the way, her foot surgeon told her you can walk as long as you wear certain shoes, but no more dancing. No more high heels. Patti Dobrowolski 16:53 Oh, yeah. Joseph Rosenfeld 16:53 You know, those days are over? Well, she felt so disconnected from the life that she used to have that although she was alive, she didn't feel alive, she felt she was just existing. So we got to meet. And I decided that what I would do is work with her footwear based on the parameters that we had to work with and fetishize them as if she was Sarah Jessica Parker and Sex in the City. Patti Dobrowolski 17:21 I love that. Joseph Rosenfeld 17:22 We you know, there are going to be Manolo Blahniks. Louis Vuitton will be no bowls, whatever. But what we could do is take the shoes and make them look yummy and delicious with the rest of an outfit. So I started with her footwear and levelled up. One day, her daughter came in to the dressing room, here in New York City. And I was showing her a complete wardrobe, starting with the shoes, and then everything else from the ankles up. And she and her daughter had like big boohoos in the dressing room, and I knocked on the door, and I send us everything okay in there? And they open the door, and we had a group hug. And the daughter said, I have my mom back, what did you do? Patti Dobrowolski 18:13 So sweet. Joseph Rosenfeld 18:15 I mean, this is like the thing that I live for these kinds of things where the things that I'm doing are not merely transactional, like make me look good. And like, I don't want to learn how you made me look good. Just make me look good. That's a little more transactional. And I do that for people who need that. But yes, this other type of instance, it's totally about having the deepest kind of relationship really connecting soul to soul, really seeing a person and seeing into that person and then giving that back. Patti Dobrowolski 18:48 Oh, I love that. That was one of the things that I noted. You know, I dug around on you. I've stopped you a little bit, you know, on the internet to see what things were said and what you did. And one of the things that you wrote is I study you like nobody's business, like nobody's business. And I think that really says so much about the heart of what you're doing. You're really trying to see, what is somebody about? And how could I reflect that in a way that brings more of them forward no matter what it is that they're doing. And so, if you're listening today, what we are getting here is about you knowing inside who you are, and then allowing that to emerge in how you look and feel, whether it's you know, wearing something that is a T shirt and you know, some high tops that match who you would look and feel like but also how you want to be seen in the world. I work with this a lot. You know, I love glasses. And so this is my thing. This is the way that I express myself is I'm like this is part of my brand, you know, I want to be my brand in every moment. So people realise, yes, you can be creative and you can look, the part of what you do in the world. What would you say to people who are, you know, struggling to figure out how you know, with their look, what would you say to them? Where's a good place for them to start? I saw that you were doing some workshops. And I was like, Oh, that's interesting. He's doing some workshops. But I also saw that you really are starting at the core. So tell people, what can they do, just by going into their closet and their wardrobe and see how can they consider what they're doing when they're putting on their clothes. Joseph Rosenfeld 20:45 The first thing to absolutely pay attention to is colour. You know, when you go into your closet, or when you go into a store looking for something new, you're always looking for you. And colour is one of these things that we are always looking for. If you don't see the colour that you're looking for in a story tend to go right by the rack. Even if you're in the right department, you're shopping for basically, the right item might have in mind, if the colour isn't there, you're out. So thinking of colour is a wonderful and grounding place to begin, one of the things that I recommend is that you look at your own physical colouring, to look at what I call your DNA colouring, even if your DNA colouring is say this with love, manufacture DNA, like if you're colouring your hair. Patti Dobrowolski 21:41 I would have manufacturing DNA, he speaking to me right there. So I'll take it. Joseph Rosenfeld 21:46 That's true. But you know what's terrific is that if you've made that choice, you've made that choice for a reason. And that says something about your energy. So colour is energy, and there is something that is vibrational about it. So one of my favourite tips and tricks is if you can identify the colour or colours that are in your eyes, like in the iris, find those colours in clothing and then repeat it on your body. That creates a kind of elegance. Even if you're wearing like something like a simple knit top, it helps people find and connect with the truth of who you are as a human being. And you might wonder like, hey, what does you know, moss green have to do with anything. But we have and I'm wearing moss green? That's why I say that right now. Patti Dobrowolski 22:39 Yes. Right. What I knit top I might add, it's really nice. It looks beautiful. And it's great. And I bet you behind those glasses, your eyes match that colour. Am I right? They match entirely. Yes, I'm leaving. Now he's leaning in. And you can see that his eyes are that same moss green colour. Those are beautiful eyes, by the way. So I'm really great, thank you. Joseph Rosenfeld 23:02 So what is powerful about this is we may not have the language to understand with fluency, what it is that we are looking at, but we have been socialised in Western society to pick up the nuances and the vibe loves all kinds of colour. In fact, we know from looking at colour from when we are newborns, the first colour that we actually ever see is yellow, and then we move on to red, and then we move on to blue. And then other colours come about as our eyes develop more. Patti Dobrowolski 23:43 How cool. Joseph Rosenfeld 23:45 And even for people who may be listening in who can't see, you know that you can feel colour because colour does have this vibration. You can be around a person or you could be in a room where you can almost sense the colour. And even if you don't know what the colour is, if you could describe the feeling of the room that you're in, or the space that you're in, or of the energy of the person that you're in conversation with. You could really use descriptive words that somebody would come back and say, oh my gosh, you're entirely describing the vibe of the colour purple. How did you know that I'm wearing a purple blouse right now, like that kind of thing can happen. It does happen. People feel the vibration of colour. We just don't always have the language of fluency. So the reason why I say work with colour is, you know, in your gut, when there's a colour that you love, or a colour that repels you, why is my work with a colour that repels you, for example? So if you could think about that there's a lot that you can pick up on. I have a whole system that I do with my clients where I study their colours in a very in depth kind of way, but to be able to do it on your own, you can still start out by thinking through what are the colours that I really love? And if you aren't so sure, go look in your closet and look at the rhythm of colour own and see hmm, why do I own so much black? Or why do I own so much navy blue? Now, you can think critically about that. Also, by the way, and say, I have you know, hazel eyes, why am I not buying things that are in the olive tones? Or the mage tones? Like, why am I playing it so safe over here with black? So you can have a conversation with yourself and ask yourself legitimately good questions that challenge your conventional thinking about your habits. Patti Dobrowolski 25:50 I love that. I love that. Because if I look in my closet, you know, I have a lot of blue, I wear a lot of blue, and chartreuse, and these really bright colours, but I rarely wear brown and my eyes are brown. And so why do I rarely wear brown because I have an opinion about brown, right. But if I had brown, more brown in my I would be in alignment with that. And then I can accent something with the colour that I want to pull out. Right. And so I think this is part of it, that you want to really pay attention to what you're doing now. And if you want to transform and what you're talking about as up levelling yourself, is that come into alignment with who you are internally, and also externally, what your face looks like in your skin looks like like I know, you know, if I put on something that's really orange, oh, no, it just doesn't really work for me for some reason, right? I don't feel good. Right? Joseph Rosenfeld 26:50 That's right, yeah, you know, if you're not feeling good, and something or like you have a huge high energy, orange, the hottest colour and the colour wheel. And when you put orange on you, you might feel small compared to the power of the orange, which is weird, because you're a very high energy. But sometimes that's the thing about colour is it can be like blob, like, wow, you know, can be very overwhelming the thing about brown for someone like you, and I'm going to just use you as an example. Because everybody knows who you are and what you look like for you to wear brown, it would be easy for you to do in the way that you could wear black as a high contrast because your hair is so lightened and bright and platinum. And that compared to the darkness of your eyebrows, which are more like your natural hair colour, and how light and clear your skin tone is, that creates a lot of contrast. So if you were to wear brown, not a muddy brown, but like a really dark, kind of like a strict brown that you could say, this is the brown that I could wear, that would be like black, and maybe a little bit of a red undertone to it like this in your eye, then you're wearing something that is totally in alignment with you, even though it may be stark, it's in high contrast. It's bold, it's dramatic. And that is who you are. So there are ways of being able to think about it that way. And that's just an example that applies to you. But it's a way of demonstrating to other people, you know, how you actually look at a colour that you might even say, No, that's a kind of a sleeper idea for me, how do I incorporate? We're talking about that outer alignment. But as I'm describing your own colour contrast, I also am identifying with like that boldness that exists from within. So if you right now but within and then you look that way outside, why not just go for it? Patti Dobrowolski 28:47 Well, I love this because I think that I don't know about you. But I think that in our world, we become afraid of things that we have never tried sometimes. And I think it shows up in your style. That's where it shows up. So when I went to France and I visited my friend Dawn, she was like, come on, we're gonna go out to the Buddha bar, we got to get dressed up, but you need to wear a scarf and I'm like, I'm so gay. That scarf is gonna look terrible on me. She goes, No, we're going to put that scarf on because it's going to change everything. And let me just say, I was transformed in that experience. So now I often will wear a scarf all often augments something with something that I never thought of before. And I think this is what you're talking about. You can ground yourself in a colour that is aligned with you and then you can be and sort of blast off in my you know, terminology blast off to be all of you are with the rest of you. And in a way when I think about that, like that is what's beautiful about the expression of colour is that colour allows you to ground yourself in you And then from the rest of that you can become even more of who you truly are. I love that. I love this. That was just fantastic little nugget and piece of it now, knowing your world I want to know. So like, what's the day in the life of you, Joseph look like like, what do you do? What's your routine so people could get to know you on that level? Like, what do you do when you get up? What do you do? How do you stay centred, when you're flying all around like that, tell us a little bit about what the day in the life of you looks like? Joseph Rosenfeld 30:34 Well, my home life is a little bit different than when I'm travelling at home, I'm up first thing, making coffee, usually going into clubhouse now to, you know, participate in a couple of rooms in the morning, getting you know things together in my thoughts, getting some inspiration and sharing some maybe checking my email. And then I have calls or I go to the gym, and then I'm on to client appointments and meetings, and so on, either in person or on Zoom. And when I'm building a wardrobe, I have to carve out hours for that. And then like I'll be doing something like that tomorrow, where I've got a dental appointment and a hair appointment. And then the rest of the afternoon I'm dedicated to doing some, as I say Schmieding around, where I've got to go look for things for a client and have it ready to go. So that when I go back to California, the first week of December, I'm already and so those are the ways that I sort of structure my day. So very flexible, depending on what's happening now and I'm out west, I can't sleep I have way too much energy. So I'm up at like 530 Like, you know, put on yoga gear and I power out for a big walk. I will walk anywhere between 10 and 20,000 steps in the morning, depending on when I have to actually get my day started. And I just crushed it all day with meetings. You know, Friday last week, this is for anyone who's in the Bay Area. I started out in Mountain View, went to San Jose did a colour profile for three hours, got back in the car, drove to Walnut Creek, did it wow ration, Brian with a client that was all great, got in the car, drove back down to San Jose met with another client, we tried on three suits for first fitting that was all great, went up to San Francisco after that did some stuff up there had dinner as well made the most of my time came back down to Mountain View after that probably put like, an excess of 200 miles on the car. Patti Dobrowolski 32:38 That was gonna say and that's a lot of sitting in traffic right now down there in the Bay Area, although it's a little improved there. But still, like that's crazy. Well, that is. So you really have to take care of yourself and your body and all the things. So I love that you're going out there and you're getting all those steps in before you get in that car. And then you're seeing people. And this to me tells me a little bit about yourself that you're looking for inspiration first thing in the morning, and then you're going out to do whatever it is that you need to do, and pulling that inspiration through. And I think you know, you're about helping people transform themselves, their look, their brand look and their style. And this is so essential. We talk about transformation here in these podcasts all the time. And people mostly talk about transforming their career, or they talk about transforming their brand look and feel in terms of their business. But talk with seeming that together with transforming your style look, so that you really do step into the chic issue that you possibly can. I love that this is fantastic. So who right now in terms of in this space that you're in, who's inspiring your who you're watching to see what they're doing. Do you do that? Do you do that a lot watch different designers to see what they're up to? Joseph Rosenfeld 34:01 Well, I would say my favourite fashion designer for some time now is Drees Van Noten. I think that he just has such an elegance and such a flair and such a verb. If I get to show Drees to a client because his aesthetic matches their style profile. And the colours are also a good colour match. Like he made it and here I'm finding it for you know, I'm able to show it to somebody that's really very fantastic. I love when that gets to happen. I'm a Drees wear myself, I think it's when I find something exciting for me. It's awesome. I'm also a really big Tom Ford fan. He's just turned 60. So I really admire his journey. I admire the transparency around the challenges of his journey. He's been very vocally public about some of it as recently this week, just talking about the story struggles that he faced when he turned 40. Maybe he never had the challenges that folks like URI faced when we were young kids, but his challenge decade came around in his 40s with drugs and alcohol and, you know, the high life of being super high flying and successful, and yet being depressed. And so, he really shows that kind of a humanity. And yet, I love how, for example, his women's clothing is just full of unbridled sex appeal. And yet for his Menswear. I love that He has this look, not maybe not always in his suitings but in his sportswear looks that I've been fancying for me personally. Yeah, yeah. They look very fluent. Like you might live in New York City. But you have a home and Aspen or I love. Patti Dobrowolski 35:45 Yeah, yeah. Joseph Rosenfeld 35:45 They look very fluent. Like you might live in New York City. But you have a home and Aspen. Patti Dobrowolski 35:55 You have a home in New York City, which now is that affluence? You know, I mean, that's what's true, right? But it could be anywhere. I love that I love this piece of it. And when you think and you know, you listen and reflect and look at what people are doing and style, etc. What's your big dream for yourself? What is the vision that you hold for yourself, that you'll transform into or step into, as you continue on this journey? What's that vision look like? Joseph Rosenfeld 36:24 I love doing the stuff that I'm doing every day right now, it's so exciting to be doing this kind of work. One of the things that I'm branching into, that I'm very good at because of the overall modus operandi that I work under, is working with lawyers and expert witnesses to prepare them for trial, like corporate things. Patti Dobrowolski 36:48 Yes. Joseph Rosenfeld 36:49 Corporate intrigue, and helping to really connect. And to tell a better story with the jury is something that I doing quite a bit of this work right now. And I'm really enjoying that. But besides that, being able to make a difference for people, and being able to do it at the scale that I'm doing where there is intimacy is very important to me. Patti Dobrowolski 37:14 It's the 81 year old woman, right? Who had that transformation within herself. Joseph Rosenfeld 37:19 That's right may sound a little selfish of me. But I want to be able to give 100% of me to another person in exchange for them being so open and courageous, to share themselves with me, so that I can help them. It really fulfils my mission. And that in conjunction with getting out and doing more talks at high schools. Patti Dobrowolski 37:45 Yes. Joseph Rosenfeld 37:46 To inspire kids, to not bully one another, to live another day to envision what life could be, wow. Even if you have to pick out a hobby that you do all by yourself, because there is no one now me that if I could reach one kid, one teenager that needs that message, and to see me embody the success of that, that's worth everything to me. Wow, those are the kinds of things that I really want to do more of, and I am doing that. Patti Dobrowolski 38:24 I love that. And, you know, I remember reading that in there execs and you know, this sports people and etc. And then high school students was at the bottom. And I was like, yes, because that's where it all begins. That's where we feel so disempowered and disconnected from ourselves, because we're not able to live our authentic life there. Because everybody's trying to sort of step on each other to get somewhere and get seen. And that really that behaviour has to shift. And it's up to us, really, I think, as people who have lived through that, to really speak to that and let people know, you know, it's okay to be yourself. You have to bring yourself, the world needs you. There's only one YOU, you know, step out and do that. Well, I love having this time talking to you. It's been incredible. And I'm going right away to go and look at brown because I never did before. And now I really am desperate to go out there and see like, what would brown look like? Where could I find a kind of brown with a red undertones in it? That might help me and so I hope the next time that I see you, which I hope you'll come back and let me interview you again. Because after you've gone out and travelled the world will you let me do that? Joseph Rosenfeld 39:39 Oh, I would love to come back. This is a great conversation. And I feel like when you're talking about up in your creative genius, I think there's a lot of overlap between what you do and what I do just in different ways. And I feel a lot of synergy where we just scratched the surface and so lovely to do that with you Patti. Patti Dobrowolski 40:00 I would love that and I have so enjoyed getting a little peek into your world. I've never been in this world before with anybody other than the person who has dressed me before in some Nordstroms you know, dressing room. But I love this because I just know that there's so much information in what you share with people that's valuable to them, that will help them feel more aligned with themselves and love themselves. But really, in the end, you got to love who you are. And if you love who you are, you want to express who you are. And those two things help. Right and we learned that in the preppy handbook. So I can't wait to hear more tips like that from you, Joseph, thank you so much for taking time here with us. Everybody. Don't you think he was fantastic round of applause. I love this. Okay, so just for those of you that are listening, I just want you to look down below in the show notes follow him. He doesn't clubhouse room. When is your room and clubhouse Do you have a regular room people can come and talk to you. Joseph Rosenfeld 41:05 There is a regular room. I do it most Wednesdays unless I'm flying or unless I'm abroad. And I typically do it on Wednesdays at 7pm Eastern time. And the topic is around The Introverted Executive. That's the name of my clubhouse club. And we often talk about things related to executive presence and, you know, covering things around colour and style and fashion and image and personal branding and my favourite word gravitas. And all of these things come together to paint a full picture of who we really are as total people. Patti Dobrowolski 41:45 Yes, I love that. So please join him on clubhouse, follow him on Instagram. And you can find more information about him in the show notes and in the transcription on YouTube, etc. And in my blog post. And if you liked this interview, share it with people because this guy really is amazing. And he has so many great golden tips in here. For people who are feeling and struggling with their style and coming in contact with it and how to grab it. This is really helpful. And for those of you that are listening, you know, go out in the world and bring your true self there's only one you and we're waiting for you. So have a great, fantastic rest of your day, everybody. Thank you again, Joseph. Thank you for being here. Joseph Rosenfeld 42:31 Thank you, Patti. It's great. All right. Patti Dobrowolski 42:34 Thank you. Bye bye. Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius. Then join me next week for more rocket fuel. Remember, you are the superstar of your universe and the world needs what you have to bring. So get busy. Get out and up your creative genius. And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly Patti Dobrowolski and the Up Your Creative Genius podcast. That's a wrap.
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Quizmasters Lee and Marc welcome Erik and Bobby for a general knowledge quiz on topics Animals, Sports, Board Games, Astronomy, Language, New Year's, and more! Round One ANIMALS - What common variety invertebrate animal has 32 brains, ten stomachs, several hundred teeth and 18 testicles? BIRDS - What kind of North American blackbird features an iridescent head in adults and is referred to as a "plague" when speaking of a group? SHIPPING - What country has the largest postal system in the world, boasting more that 155,000 post offices and five million postal workers? SPORTS - The vast majority and top level of men's decathlons are divided into how many days of competition? FURNITURE - What is the french term for an upholstered sofa that is the shape of a chair but long enough to support the legs (which translates into 'long chair' from its native language)? BABIES - Until the mid-1980's, it was believed that babies could not do what? Round Two GRAPHIC DESIGN - In type design, what is the term for the space between any two characters? BOARD GAMES - How many weapons are there in the classic game Clue? ASTRONOMY - In order to maintain functionality, the James Webb Telescope's orbit will be further than what solar systems orbit? BEER - The term 'stout' is used interchangeably with what other type of well-hopped dark beer, which was the first to be brewed globally and was named for its early appreciators? MINERALS - What mineral whose name is derived from Greek for 'stone or mineral which strikes fire' is also known as Fool's Gold? VITAMINS - Thiamine is also known as which vitamin? Rate My Question LANGUAGE - Derived from a Japanese art form, what is the portmanteau to describe an NFL game's final point combination, that has never before occurred in the league's history? Final Questions NEW YEARS - On New Year's Eve in Scotland, who do you kiss at midnight? ANIMALS - How many jointed appendages does a crab have? FILMMAKING TERMS - What is the filmmaking term for character narration, soundtrack or music overlay and sound effects from outside the film-world? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges December 29th, 2021 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT December 30th, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollies Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Brandon, Issa, Adam V., Tommy (The Electric Mud) and Tim (Pat's Garden Service) Thank you, Team Captains – Captain Nick, Grant, Mo, Jenny, Rick G., Skyler, Dylan, Shaun, Lydia, Gil, David, Aaron, Kristen & Fletcher Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Robb, Rachael, Rikki, Jon Lewis, Moo, Tim, Nabeel, Patrick, Jon, Adam B., Ryan, Mollie, Lisa, Alex, Spencer, Kaitlynn, Manu, Matthew, Luc, Hank, Justin, Cooper, Elyse, Sarah, Karly, Kristopher, Josh, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Sarah, FoxenV, Laurel, A-A-Ron, Loren, Hbomb, Alex, Doug, Kevin and Sara, Tiffany, Allison, Paige, We Do Stuff, Kenya, Jeff, Eric, Steven, Efren, Mike J., Mike C., Mike. K If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support." Special Guests: Bobby and Erik.
December 26 Episode 38: Delivering Bad News Welcome to 10G's Podcast. Guidry's Guide to: Grit, Gifts, Goodwill, Guts, Goals, God, Glory, Growth, Gratitude and being Genuine. Podcasting from San Antonio, Texas, the Nation's 7th largest City, please join Jen Guidry as she shares her thoughts on delivering bad news, specifically when it comes to business. On today's episode of the 10Gs Podcast (grit, gifts, goodwill, guts, goals, God, glory, growth, gratitude, and being genuine), I'm going to be sharing my thoughts on delivering bad news, specifically when it comes to business. In my profession, I don't just get to give clients good news. I have to deliver bad news as well. Today I'm going to talk about why it is important to give people this news instead of just avoiding them. Doing this hasn't just made me a better businesswoman, it has made me a better person. It isn't just about facing your problems, it is also about treating people like human beings. It is about the importance of honesty.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the entire Turnbuckle Tavern crew! This week on Fig Night, Tom and Mike breakdown the recent AEW figure reveals as well as unbox the new Britt Baker Ringside exclusive Blood and Guts figure. If you like what you are listening to on this podcast, make sure to follow us on YouTube and catch the visual action to accompany this audio. While we are talking Ringside Collectibles, make sure when you visit them you are using code TAVERN at checkout to save yourself 10%!
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Tune in here to this episode of Grits, Guts, and Determination, The Leadville Race Series Podcast, a leading authority for all things Leadville! Host Cole Chlouber, son of race founder Ken Chlouber, takes us on a story-telling journey of the 39-year rich history of this race. We learn all the tips, tricks, and stories from the Leadville community members! Royalty guest bearing multiple Leadville titles and victories, Lori Brant joins today's conversation. Listen in as they chat about topics such as her passion for biking, training and victories in Leadville, biking innovations over the years, competing with dogs, and the priceless mark Leadville has left in her life. To kick off the conversation, Cole asks Laurie to share about when Leadville found her, in 1994. Laurie recounts her past as a professional mountain-biker, and when she first heard about the 100 mile race. Appealing to her on multiple levels, she tells more about the actual Leadville biking journey and how to train for it. Learn about all of the unknowns of health, snacks, hydration, and so much more during this time in history. Over just a few short years, innovations and research in these areas has taken off. Laurie worked to take care of herself and raced each weekend as her training! They move on to discuss Laurie's inaugural victory in more detail. With a total of 5 finishes in Leadville, Laurie's best time was in 1997. She describes this as the “ride of her life”, as she finished in 7:58:53. Listen as they chat about the various bikes she has owned and the famous Clark Kent box truck. Laurie's memories of the hundred are joined also by her accomplishments in the Silver Rush 50, yet another Leadville race event. Cole reminds listeners that you don't find Leadville, Leadville finds you! Laurie shares about how Leadville implants itself in you and becomes part of who you are. The terrain, people, support, and memories all play in! As the only champion Leadville has had to come back 17 yrs later and win, Laurie is a great ambassador and advocate for Leadville. Cole recounts the years in between wins and asks what has kept her coming back. Learn about her love for riding with her daughters, and helping build programs where she can share her love of the sport with others. Laurie's daughter is involved in collegiate cycling, and Laurie discusses how it's been amazing to see what the sport has done for her, her daughters, and their community. Going back for a moment, Cole asks Laurie what initially kicked off her cycling career and got her into it. She shares a bit of her background, up through what she is up to today. While she loves biking, she has a unique set of winter sports that also capture her attention. Listen as she shares more about competing with dogs and the whole new world of sport opportunities that opens up with that. With a passion for competing in sports that are both physically and mentally challenging, Laurie has found a handful of activities that she loves, and she even participates in advocacy work and volunteer work revolving around bikes and trails. As the episode draws to a close, Laurie offers her personal advice to those wanting to get to the finish line, she shares early memories of the founders, and offers last words to today's listeners. Laurie's love for Leadville goes both ways, and her memories with the founders are sweet ones she will not forget. She shares about the inspiration she thinks of when she simply hears the word, “Leadville”. Don't forget, just keep going, put one foot in front of the other! Thanks for tuning in! Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe, and we hope to see you on the line in August!
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Astronauts returning from space say they experience what's called the overview effect, a new understanding of the fragility of our planet and our need to reflect on what humans all share as a species. A book about the end of the universe offers a similar change in perspective — along with some fascinating language. Plus, different names for a delicious drink: one part lemonade, one part sweet tea. A famous golfer loved it. And why do we say that's my two cents after offering an opinion? Would it be better to say that's my one cent? Also, GUTs vs. TOEs, how to pronounce buoy, pore over vs. pour over, wally, a surprising pronunciation of prestige, piker, is all, a brain-teaser about orphan syllables, and more. Read full show notes, hear hundreds of free episodes, send your thoughts and questions, and learn more on the A Way with Words website: https://waywordradio.org/contact. Be a part of the show: call 1 (877) 929-9673 toll-free in the United States and Canada; worldwide, call or text/SMS +1 (619) 800-4443. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter @wayword. Copyright 2021 Wayword, Inc., a 501(c)(3) corporation.
L'artiste ivoirienne Dobet Gnahoré revient avec un 6ème album Couleur sorti chez Cumbancha. Enregistré en Afrique durant la pandémie, Couleur célèbre les divers talents africains, ainsi que la cause des femmes, la créativité et la positivité. Dobet Gnahoré, star africaine et lauréate d'un GRAMMY en 2010, est connue pour ses chorégraphies à couper le souffle, sa présence scénique et ses interprétations riches en émotions. Avec ce nouvel album Couleur, l'artiste rompt avec la tradition acoustique qu'elle affectionnait jusqu'à présent et se plonge dans les sons afropop modernes de son pays. Avec une sortie internationale prévue le 4 juin 2021, l'album marque aussi le retour de Dobet Gnahoré sur le label Cumbancha, qui avait sorti son album Na Afriki en 2007. Originaire de Côte d'Ivoire, et alors qu'elle vit en France depuis de nombreuses années. Dobet décide début 2020 de revenir s'installer en Afrique, alors que la pandémie du Covid-19 entraîne des confinements à travers toute l'Europe marquant l'arrêt brutal des tournées et des activités live. De retour dans son pays natal, elle renoue rapidement avec la florissante scène musicale locale et commence à travailler avec des producteurs, musiciens, designers et artistes talentueux de la scène underground. Elle s'imprègne de l'inspiration et de l'énergie d'une Afrique en plein essor. Le résultat est un album rempli de messages d'optimisme destinés aux femmes, d'espoir pour un avenir meilleur, marquant une rupture significative avec ses albums précédents, plus acoustiques et introspectifs. Ayant grandi au sein de la communauté́ d'artistes KiYi Mbock, une compagnie de théâtre africaine de renommée mondiale, Dobet Gnahoré baigne dans l'art et créativité dès sa naissance. À 12 ans, elle déclare à son père, Boni Gnahoré, musicien et interprète très connu en Côte d'Ivoire, qu'elle ne retournera pas à l'école, préférant consacrer son temps à la musique et à la danse. En 1996, Dobet Gnahoré rencontre le guitariste français Colin Laroche de Féline. Ils décident de s'installer en France pour former le groupe Ano Neko. Ils vont enregistrer et se produire en concert à travers le monde durant deux décennies. La participation de Gnahoré à plusieurs tournées d'Acoustic Africa aux côtes notamment du guitariste malien Habib Koité, de l'auteur-compositeur-interprète sud-africain Vusi Mahlasela la font connaître d'un plus large public. En 2010, elle acquiert une renommée plus importante encore, quand sa collaboration avec la chanteuse américaine India.Arie lui vaut un GRAMMY pour la meilleure performance urbaine / alternative sur le titre Pearls. Le premier single l'album, Lève-toi, est une collaboration avec la star ivoirienne du zouglou, Yabongo Lova. La chanson est un message à tous ceux qui traversent une période difficile. "Même dans tes moments de galère, relève-toi", chante Gnahoré comme pour nous encourager face à l'adversité. Sur le titre Yakané, elle chante "Les filles d'aujourd'hui sont les femmes fortes de demain. Elle sait qu'elle a sa place dans ce monde dominé par les hommes. Elle s'est armée de toute sa volonté́ pour se créer un avenir. Elle n'a pas peur du défi. Elle aussi veut réussir, c'est son droit." Dans Ma Maison, Dobet Gnahoré souligne l'importance de la force et de l'amour au sein de la famille ; dans le refrain, elle chante : "Chez moi, la joie et l'amour règnent en maître." La vidéo, réalisée par le producteur ivoirien Steven Awuku, offre une version colorée de sa maison dans laquelle Gnahoré danse dans des tenues aux motifs lumineux donnant un air électrique et enjoué à l'ensemble. La chanson la plus introspective de l'album de Dobet, Rédemption, éclaire sa facette d'auteure-compositrice-interprète avec cet appel lancé à Dieu pour l'aider à se repentir de ses péchés. "Je me suis blessée et j'ai blessé les autres. Je viens à vous pour demander ma rédemption," implore-t-elle tandis qu'elle laisse entrevoir ses tourments intérieurs. Couleur, le sixième album de Dobet Gnahoré, l'un des talents les plus prometteurs d'Afrique, est par ailleurs enjoué et rempli de grooves électro entraînants et de mélodies accrocheuses. Il reflète l'énergie urbaine de l'Afrique moderne et l'esprit déterminé d'une artiste indépendante qui envisage son avenir avec force et optimisme. Titres de Dobet Gnahoré, extraits de l'album Couleur Désert Zalighéhi Lève-toi, voir le clip Woman Puis nous recevons Pat Kalla dans la #Session Live pour la sortie du nouvel album du Super Mojo Hymne à la Vie chez Pura Vita Sounds / Heavenly Sweetness. Inspecter l'emballage sous toutes les coutures ne sert à rien, la composition précise n'y est nulle part mentionnée. Ni liste d'ingrédients, ni pourcentage, ni grammage. Juste une mention “Fabriqué à partir d'éléments musicaux naturels récoltés en Afrique et en Amérique du Sud”. Pourtant, à travers son cartonnage, le Super Mojo rayonne des pouvoirs à la fois mystiques et surnaturels qu'on lui attribue ! Élaboré par Pat Kalla, la voix de Voilààà, le Super Mojo est un philtre musical alliant les vertus bienfaitrices du highlife, de l'afrobeat ou de la cumbia, qu'il associe à la puissance du funk, à la suavité de la soul et à la force hautement dansante des synthés de l'afro-disco. Concentré de références, il mixe culture africaine et chanson française pour redonner vie aux jambes les plus ankylosées. Le Super Mojo rend aux danseurs la vitalité perdue ! Elixir miracle aux mille et une propriétés, ses bienfaits de jouvence ne sont plus à démontrer. Pourquoi ? Parce que Pat Kalla est aussi conteur ! Habile dans le maniement de la langue, il n'a pas son pareil pour révéler l'essence même des émotions. Le Super Mojo réchauffe le cœur et le libère de tout ce qui l'encombre ! Prodigieusement sarcastique, son goût prononcé pour l'humour, l'imagé et le second degré en font un produit garanti sans aucune confrontation, ni attaque frontale destructrice. Le Super Mojo réveille les consciences ! Le Super Mojo, c'est la respiration organique d'instruments trop longtemps restés confinés dans leurs housses. Des basses qui ronflent, des claviers et des cuivres qui balisent la route vers les pistes de danse qui s'ouvrent dans chacun des morceaux. C'est un imaginaire poétique, c'est le partage qui devient la règle. Des portes qui deviennent impossibles à fermer, l'intérieur et l'extérieur qui troquent, échangent et donnent. Conditionné en format quatorze titres par Guts, il renferme en lui la science de l'arrangement et l'expérience du studio distillées par le dj-producteur-beatmaker. C'est de la chaleur qui se répand, des sourires qui s'affichent, des couleurs qui éclatent. Le Super Mojo, c'est un HYMNE À LA VIE. Titres de Pat Kalla Live ou extrait de l'album Hymne à la vie Qui t'a fait ça ? Live RFI La vie c'est joli (Feat David Walters) extrait de l'album Hymne à la Vie Sabrina Live RFI Fierté de Papa Live RFI Son Mathias Taylor & Benoît Letirant (Rediffusion)
Meet me, Elia Y, Diz, your freshly imported Peruvian host. Join me in this first instalment where, battling against smoker´s cough and my own betraying nerves, I will talk about some of the stories that defined me, like “Blood and Guts in High School”, the sex-crazed, NSFW, brilliantly depraved novel by Kathy Acker. Hopefully, by the end of this episode, you´ll have a bit of an insight into my puzzling mind and we´ll be ready to start this journey through some untold tales together.
Improviser, novelist, TV writer, podcast host, panelist on NPR's Wait Wait, Don't Tell Me, and now memoirist Adam Felber is the co-author, with Charles Band, of Confessions of a Puppetmaster: A Hollywood Memoir of Ghouls, Guts, and Gonzo Filmmaking, and he discusses the extraordinary life he's helped document; how he makes sure his writing is entertaining; his foray into the multi-podcast-verse; how his career has progressed in ways he didn't anticipate; the futility of thinking one can "win" showbiz; the rewards of jamming with local dads; his ongoing adventures in writing for television; and, ultimately, how a bullshitter knows a bullshitter. FEATURING: a special appearance from Mr. Wait Wait, Don't Tell Me himself, Peter Sagal! (Length 17:09) The post Adam Felber: Memoirist appeared first on Reduced Shakespeare Company.
Nate talks about Adak Alaska and how he missed out on the hunt. He goes through the obstacles he placed in his way and the thought process that brought him out of it. We hope that maybe this process of thinking might help you, with your hunting, but more importantly with your life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Erick Sanchez and Jackie Benhayon came to Phantom Power to eat cupcakes and got tricked into talking to Chris William and Jarrod Micale. They talked about the conflict on the Gaza Strip, the ramifications caused by economic inequality between generations and ... who are we kidding? They talked about the George Lopez Show and Nickelodeon's Guts. Chris compared Ben Stiller to 2 Chainz and Jarrod has access to Philly cheesesteaks anytime he's in Arizona. That's more like it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=48989573)
Angelika Erwin, MD, PhD and Rabi Hanna, MD join Butts & Guts to discuss the unique topic of lysosomal storage diseases. While rare, these diseases can affect organs throughout the body and even lead to death if untreated. Listen as Dr. Erwin and Dr. Hanna share common symptoms, how these are diagnosed, and how Cleveland Clinic Children's treats young patients with these diseases.
With NXT stables Kyle O'Reilly & Johnny Gargano possibly leaving WWE soon, our friend ThePunHitWonder joined us to book the battle of the best modern day factions coming together in AEW to face off in none other than Blood & Guts! It's the Baddiest Bullet Club vs Undisputed Era. Go check out Pun on Twitch at twitch.tv/thepunhitwonder
Welcome to this episode of Grit, Guts and Determination, The Leadville Race Series Podcast, a leading authority on all things Leadville. Host Cole Chlouber, son of race founder Ken Chlouber, takes us on a story-telling journey of the 38 year rich history of this race. Listen in for tips, tricks, and stories from the Leadville members! Today's episode features minimalist, runner, and Luna Sandal ambassador Patrick Sweeney! He first heard of Leadville from Christopher McDougall's book, Born to Run. As the conversation begins, Cole asks Patrick about his relationship with Barefoot Ted McDonald, founder of Luna Sandals. Ted is an independent athlete committed to rediscovering primal human capacities and encouraging others to do the same and he introduced Patrick to the Luna Lifestyle. In the early days, Patrick said he lived pretty simply hanging out on the internet, running on the beach, and finishing his days with good food and beers. He's recently moved in with girlfriend, Sam who he says is also very independent and minimalistic They live out on a ranch with plenty of room to run. Reflecting on his first Leadville experiences, Patrick shares that he was able to stay with the mayor and on a whim decided to run a 5K the next morning before running the Burro Race and coming in next to last. He couldn't get the burro to move, but he still remembers it as a great experience. When his first Leadville race started, he was shirtless and didn't have any crew or pacers. At one point he remembers doing a mile to a mile and a half off course. Then he started to experience a lot of knee pain, he had to slow to a walk and started feeling pretty demoralized. Eventually, his body mechanics changed and he started feeling a lot better and calculating how he could widdle down his run time. Patrick has five finishes at Leadville and the community keeps him coming back. He still does burro racing as well, having finished it about five or six times, enjoying it because you never know what to expect and have to adjust based on the donkey. He's hosted at Leadville as well and has been using it as an opportunity to raise money for the Leadville Animal Shelter. He also gives away plastic shovels he used to collect when running on the beach. One of his best memories though is running his TransCon and shares how his biggest takeaway was the generosity of Americans across the states. As the episode ends, Patrick reflects on the meaning of Leadville, the race, the people, and the town itself. Thanks for joining! Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe, and we hope to see you on the line in August!
Hello Internet! This week Gunnar and Wade weigh in on all things pop culture. Why was the Cowboy Bebop live adaptation was destined to fail? Would any company have the "Guts" (pun totally intended) to take on a live action Berserk! Elon Musk offed to sell off $6 billion of his Tesla stock to end world hunger, all that he asked was for the UN to come up with a written plan to account for the money. Does this demonstrate governmental inefficiencies, or is Elon just being a troll? Also, why can't Providence, RI get it's shit together and get it's self a good BBQ joint?! All that and much much more on this week's episode of The Friendship Snake Podcast! #NorthEastDontEnjoyTheSpice #WhyNoBBQProvidence #ElonUNTroll #GunnarsBarnIsFamous #FriendshipSnakePodcast #BringOnClaymore #Claymore #Berserk
December 05 Episode 37: Confessions of Middle Age Welcome to 10G's Podcast. Guidry's Guide to: Grit, Gifts, Goodwill, Guts, Goals, God, Glory, Growth, Gratitude and being Genuine. Podcasting from San Antonio, Texas, the Nation's 7th largest City, please join Jen Guidry as she shares her thoughts on what it's like to be a middle-aged woman. On today's episode of the 10Gs Podcast (grit, gifts, goodwill, guts, goals, God, glory, growth, gratitude, and being genuine), I'm going to be sharing my thoughts on what it's like to be a middle-aged woman. We have to celebrate ourselves instead of comparing ourselves to others. This is why I'm talking about what it's like to be in this in-between stage as a woman. Not yet old but no longer young.
Wrestling! A very distinct split in the episode this week. In the first half, Adam and Logan talk Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Wheel of Time. In the second half, Adam and Logan talk long-term wrestling storytelling, fantasy booking WWE for the next two Wrestlemanias, and why AEW needs a Blood and Guts match with Team Heyman vs. Team Cornette!
At 34 years old, Katina found herself hitting rock bottom after a 17 year battle with anorexia & bulimia. After reaching out for help and enrolling in Overeaters Anonymous, she began learning how to eat healthily and reversing years of physical and emotional damage. Today, Katina is a certified nutritionist & Reiki practitioner helping hundreds of people love their guts and heal themselves with food. Join us for this eye-opening conversation jam-packed with practical tips and steps for eating our way to wellness & happiness!Connect with Katina on Instagram. Connect with Katina on her website. Visit Friendly Shoes - Use code "EmbraceItFriendly" for 10% offLooking for more great tips, hacks, and blogposts? Visit: Trend-Able.comFind more on Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) and patient resources on: HNF-cure.orgFollow us on IG! @embraceit_podcast | @trend.able | @cmtwegotthisPlease leave us a review and help others find us!
This week Brett returns just in time to take a trip down a modern Canadian nostalgia trip filled with alien slavery, Calvinball 2.0, a toilet jump scare for the ages, terrific practical effects, not as terrific pacing, power rangers inspired fight scenes, and a conversation on young Ian's forays into fiction writing. www.doilikethispodcast.com Instagram Handles: @doilikethispodcast @the.ian.james Email: email@example.com Twitter: doilikethispod Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/DoILikeThisPodcast Youtube (work in progress): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD5-uNc7sqzACHUo6Wt6xdA
Dietician Julia Zumpano joins Butts & Guts for a special episode of Dr. Steele's favorite game, Truth or Myth. With the holidays coming up, learn more about common questions on topics like dieting, superfoods, coffee, vitamins and more to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
You know what takes a lot of guts? Trusting your gut. In a world that doesn't value intuition and even sometimes looks down on it, trusting your own gut can be a challenge. But as an empath + HSP, trusting your gut is key. After all, it's where the wisdom, strength, empathy, and so many other beautiful parts of you all stem from.In fact, trusting your gut takes something called SISU.What is sisu?We're so glad you asked!According to Finlandia University, “Sisu is a unique Finnish concept. It is a Finnish term that can be roughly translated into English as strength of will, determination, perseverance, and acting rationally in the face of adversity. Sisu is not momentary courage, but the ability to sustain that courage.”Growing up in a family with strong Finnish roots, sisu was just a fact of life.Which is why in this episode we're talking about:What sisu is,Why it takes guts to trust your gut,What sisu has to do with you as an empath + HSP,Why you have it (and how to bring more of it into your life),How 2020 and 2021 have brought out everyone's inner sisu,And more!Support the show (https://buymeacoffee.com/empathup)
Welcome to this episode of Grits, Guts, and Determination, The Leadville Race Series Podcast, a leading authority in all things Leadville. Host Cole Chlouber, son of race founder Ken Chlouber, takes us on a story-telling journey of the 38-year rich history of this race. Listen in for tips, tricks, and stories from the Leadville members! Today's episode features Ty and Roxanne Hall, the entrepreneurial power couple and longtime finishers of the mountain biking race. Listen as they talk about topics such as their connection with Leadville, their entrepreneurial journey, and their passion and love for biking and Leadville. The episode begins with Ty and Roxanne bringing us on their own journeys to Leadville and what got them connected into this community. After meeting in Leadville and deciding this was where they wanted to stay, they both got jobs there and planted their roots in the community. This eventually led to the founding of their own business, the Tennessee Pass Cookhouse. They also share about their family history and the impact their families had on their lives. They move on to a more emotional and personal story of Roxanne's injury when she was hit by a car while riding her bike. Both Roxanne and Ty share about the difficulties they faced during this time. Ty shares how inspiring it was to watch Roxanne come back after this tragic accident and continue to push forward in her goals and dreams. The process of healing was a long one, but it was a miracle. This recovery later led to Roxanne creating her own Guardian Angel of the Bike designs which represented her miracle recovery and to inspire and motivate others. Next, Cole asks Ty and Roxanne to share about their entrepreneurial journey to the creation of the business they have today. They both begin by sharing that the beginning journey of creating their business was based on a desire to stay in Leadville and make a life there. This business began as a restaurant called the Cookhouse which has now over the years expanded into the Tennessee Pass Cookhouse. They also both point out the huge impact the community of Leadville had in helping them reach their goals and create what they have today. The episode concludes with Ty and Roxanne both sharing their experiences with biking. Ty has become involved in the Leadville races through becoming the dream chaser for the Leadville Trail 100 Legacy foundation. Roxanne shares about her own experiences and how she has pushed through many different injuries and continues to ride today. Lastly, they both share what keeps them coming back to these races which is the desire to follow their passions and live every day to the most. Not only that, but they also share how their lives have been shaped outside of just racing in teaching them endurance and the importance of community. Thanks for joining! Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe, and we hope to see you on the line in August!
Emmy Nominated Actress, Singer & Songwriter and Star of Ghostbusters : Afterlife Mckenna Grace. She shares her new song "Haunted House" and an anecdote about Bill Murray and Bagpipes.B Movie King and creator of Ghoulies, Trancers & Puppet Master Charles Band stops by to talk about his new memoir "Confessions of a Puppetmaster: A Hollywood Memoir of Ghouls, Guts, and Gonzo Filmmaking" which is out now. We discuss his Ghoulies toilet popping campaign for the movie, and it's fallout.Comedian Chelsea Handler and D-Squared get in a fight? Kinda sorta? More of a misunderstanding. But all's well that ends well, and they discuss her new comedy tour which will be hitting New Orleans in May at the Orpheum.In Top Nerd News we cover the final Spiderman : No Way Home trailer. We get even more info on which villians are showing up, and why! Also Dr. Strange blaming poor Peter Parker for flubbing the 'spell'. In other news we check out "8 Bit Christmas" which comes out Nov 24th.All that and more on The Week in Geek with D Squared. Sunday nights at 7pm on WRNO.com and the Free iHeart Radio App. Make sure you Click the SUBSCRIBE button so you never miss a new episode. Follow us on Twitter @TWIGradio and The Week in Geek on Instagram. TWIG 11/21/21
This week Ian makes Sam watch arguably the worst movie ever made. We're talking space vampire plans, a foggy graveyard, a main character who wasn't even alive when they shot the film, gratuitous military stock footage, the origination of the modern woman, and a whole bunch of dialogue that we will never know since it didn't have closed captions. www.doilikethispodcast.com Instagram Handles: @doilikethispodcast @the.ian.james Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: doilikethispod Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/DoILikeThisPodcast Youtube (work in progress): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD5-uNc7sqzACHUo6Wt6xdA
HOUR 2: Will the Cowboys be able to take down the Chiefs on the road? What will the NFL do with Antonio Brown's vaccination controversy? Mraz gives his Football Food of the Week and his Week 11 picks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy 150th Episode! (For real this time). In the most chill achievement episode yet, the team tackles a very not chill movie! Guts and gore abound this week, plus a healthy dose of film history, Alix telling you to quit, and asking the VERY important question: what would YOU do with 70,000 gallons of fake blood? Follow us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/horrorpeoplepod Classic Horror 2 by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Star Tribune columnist Patrick Reusse joins Michael Rand for a look back at an important weekend in Minnesota sports. They started with the Vikings, who played one of their most complete games of the season when they needed it the most -- and punctuated a 27-20 win over the Chargers with some fourth-quarter aggressiveness on offense. A touchdown extended their lead, and a few key plays let them run out the clock instead of relying on defense for a stop at the end. The Gophers football team, meanwhile, displayed none of that aggressiveness. Though Minnesota outgained Iowa by more than 100 yards and held the ball for twice as long as the Hawkeyes, settling for field goals and failing to make enough big plays in the passing game doomed the Gophers to a 27-22 loss that almost closed the door on Big Ten title aspirations. Reusse and Rand also talked about the Gophers men's basketball team's surprising 3-0 start, the Wolves falling flat after demolishing the Lakers and an epic Division III football game.
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