On this week's episode of Fanboys, the boys talk low-budget videos and splatter jazz, whatever that is. Grab the full episode on The Hard Times' Patreon! (https://patreon.com/thehardtimes) ALSO: are you in a shitty band? Want to hear the Fanboys try to say something nice about it? Submit your music to Edgar's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EdgarTowner)! Be sure to check out this week's featured artists: Ethan Havis (https://soundcloud.com/ethan-havis?ref=clipboard&p=a&c=1&si=453f0a724e9f416daed621a4a06039f2&utm_campaign=social_sharing&utm_medium=text&utm_source=clipboard), Loveless (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9EDgX8BlL0), Trash Mountain (https://trashmountain.bandcamp.com/releases?fbclid=IwAR3MeSGyJFOmhv4UVV6jJNCNyG3c5j9D6VS_pnps-Jutjq7Rzq9UzUXATzY), Natasha Pocket (https://open.spotify.com/artist/1dgf9LPd5zwX9wJZ7vHmlE), rrooms (https://definitelyalabel.bandcamp.com/album/a-singular-vision), and Estelle Morningstar (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FmwVLa4hcI)
It's well known that the entertainment industry is full of some not-ideal ideals. Objectification, focus on wealth and material things. To many, these are the ultimate life achievement. Ollie Gabriel was immersed in this world, but after getting a book from a friend and a psylocibin ceremony that changed his life, his outlook on life, God, and death started to take on a whole new meaning for him. He is now fully, authentically divinely himself. The Top Five Things You'll Get out of Today's Episode: I talk to Ollie about his personal awakening, and how music is now something much deeper than it was before. Plus, how we all should be monitoring our entertainment as much as we watch what we eat. You'll love the tips we share on how to pivot away from the conditioned desire to receive external validation, how to shift from thinking your best life is still not where you are, and how gratitude, silence, and stillness can be a complete game changer. Learn how to be with, view, and experience your most uncomfortable times in life with a new, divine, perspective. Tune in to hear how Ollie realized he was already living his dreams, about “innertainment” how we are the masters of creating our own reality. Make sure to join us in our closing practice: You'll hear it here on Ceremony Circle first: Ollie sings an incredible medicinal & inspiring song LIVE for us that will be featured in an upcoming movie Visit Ollie online at https://olliegabriel.com (https://olliegabriel.com) or his IG: @olliegabriel. You can find Alyson on Instagram @iamalysoncharles and her website https://alysoncharles.com (https://alysoncharles.com) Today's episode was made possible by my upcoming book, Animal Power. You can find out more at http://alysoncharles.com/animalpower (http://alysoncharles.com/animalpower). Pre order before March 1st to get a free video guided shamanic journey, facilitated by me, for you to meet your current power animal!
Do you feel overwhelmed by the darkness in the world around you? It is no secret that life has been hard, and many days it feels like it just keeps getting harder. The good news is that as believers, we have the unique ability to be conduits of light in the darkness. This episode will empower you to find the courage to stand up, commit to moving forward, and be a powerful messenger of God's light and encouragement in a dark and hopeless world. Get the all new Episode Reflection Guide here.
After Rico Bosco's suspension, Team Minihane has some hard decisions to make (00:01:00). Jeff D Lowe joins to discuss all the options (and give his feedback on At A Theater Near Me). Kirk's prediction of the next Oscar's host may actually happen (00:44:00). Kathy Cullinane joins to discuss her Covid paranoia (00:51:50). Dan Shaughnessy refuses to vote for David Ortiz for the Hall of Fame (01:00:00). We check in with Ann from Kohl's to get her reaction to motivational wisdom (01:08:44). A caller wants a 'At A Theater Near Me' spin-off show to be considered & much more.
Feeling exhausted, confused, and stressed out? This has been another tough year, and we may have survived intense emotions and spiritual pain. The Rev. Earl Johnson joins me to offer guidance on maintaining hope and relationships with people and things that matter, finding comfort during hard times, and entering the new year with hope. As the national spiritual care manager for the American Red Cross, Rev. Earl E. Johnson, recruited, screened, trained, and deployed highly credentialed healthcare chaplains to mass fatality events for ten years. From plane crashes to school shootings, Johnson was part of a team that assessed and planned emotional and spiritual support for the victims and loved ones of these horrific unanticipated events. Johnson has appeared on MSNBC and CNN to advocate for families of those lost in the Malaysian air incident. He lectured at Michigan State, Michigan, and Radford/Virginia Tech disaster preparedness conferences. In the past decade, he coordinated professional spiritual care support to fatal domestic aviation incidents, massive Gulf hurricanes including Katrina, Rita, and Gus, the Virginia Tech shootings, and Orlando. Johnson is the author of Finding Comfort During Hard Times, one of the ten best health and wellness books of 2021, according to Booklist of the American Library Association.
On this week's episode of Fanboys, the boys are back in the same studio and use that opportunity to talk about Mark McGrath. Grab the full episode on The Hard Times' Patreon! (https://patreon.com/thehardtimes) ALSO: are you in a shitty band? Want to hear the Fanboys try to say something nice about it? Submit your music to Edgar's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EdgarTowner)! Be sure to check out this week's featured artists: Null Humans (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5HuBxPmRPA), Jesus Christ Supercar (https://open.spotify.com/album/0mUaeSQxlbUn8WxDdMI8Ul?si=CD6g9PAsRVK_Cl3uCpdPJQ&nd=1), Conbot (https://open.spotify.com/track/0JA1w4Kjjs1xAZtyzISL6s?si=0_y4ZBHRQ6ScU9Yq3QCz1Q&nd=1), No Potential (https://open.spotify.com/album/31ihVqGpLMhDSBndjUi4J2?si=YWYgW9bIQVaYjfFUs_mPOg&nd=1), Shujinko Syndrome (https://open.spotify.com/track/11aztlrpfB9njRmhfnFvgD?si=NWDrsYZnQnKJE2IK8wxEhA&utm_source=copy-link&nd=1), and Suburban Luck (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7dMxzI4phU)
We all face difficulties. Why? What is the purpose of trials? How should we view them as followers of Christ? How do we keep going when things seem unbearable? In this episode, Jonathan Youssef unpacks wisdom from James 1 about how we are to handle trials and the blessing we receive when we persevere.To ask Jonathan a question or to connect with the Candid community, visit https://LTW.org/CandidFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/candidpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/candidpodTwitter: https://twitter.com/thecandidpod
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Elizabeth Pampalone about effectively rightsizing your organization during hard times. See the video here: https://youtu.be/LZ7FtEjHhRs. Elizabeth Pampalone (https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabethpampalone/) is an International Speaker, Successful Entrepreneur, and Expert Marketer with over 20 years of experience. Her innovative approach helps overwhelmed business owners and burnt out nonprofit directors to achieve success and freedom through the power of Absolute Marketing™. Please leave a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support
▶ Hard Times Radio ~ Hosted by Chris Armand ▶ Hard Times Radio #063 - Goodbye 2021 ▶FACEBOOK = bit.ly/2KulpB5 | INSTAGRAM = bit.ly/2FpY8fx ▶MIXCLOUD = bit.ly/2GetxSo | YOUTUBE = bit.ly/2IRSMvS Open your mind, all music it's nice. → If you are interested in hearing all of our recent shows, go here: soundcloud.com/chrisarmand16/sets/hard-times-radio-1 → Stay tuned to my social media channels for more info on tour dates, releases, and much more → Design by JOLM : instagram.com/real.jolm → We want you to get involved with the Hard Times Radio Cover designs. If you have a dope photo or design that you think fits us, find us on IG and hashtag: 'HardTimesRadio'
Synopsis of Hard Times: Three women find themselves in close quarters after a wilda night out on the town.Open-Door Playhouse will present the audio play of Hard Times, a play starring SueGisser as “Rosie”; Ayla Rose Barreau as “Lisa” and Zelda Kimble as “Carol”; written by ChrisMcKerracher; adapted for audio by John Hunter and David Hunter; and directed byFabiana Medici. Run for Hard Times is approximately 15 minutes.Support the show (https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/open-door-playhouse)
On this week's episode of Fanboys, the boys talk punk finance. Grab the full episode on The Hard Times' Patreon! (https://patreon.com/thehardtimes) ALSO: are you in a shitty band? Want to hear the Fanboys try to say something nice about it? Submit your music to Edgar's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EdgarTowner)! Be sure to check out this week's featured artists: The Love Team (https://theloveteam.bandcamp.com/album/lookin-good-feelin-gooder), BAIXO CRISTO (https://twitter.com/TodoDiaUmRap/status/1408808467733827586), YouTube Dad (https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/youtubedad/dad-stuff-bro), Killizabeth (https://killizabeth.bandcamp.com/album/rot), FearlessNinja (https://open.spotify.com/track/1wISZc4tCS4n0OsOAeSP3R?si=471b52e7adc94aec&nd=1), and Joyless Buzzkill (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxXbRMx6BiE)
Our next poem in the Poetry That Inspires series is about never giving up and staying strong when the going gets tough. This inspirational poem titled "This Too Will Pass" was written by Grace Noll Crowell to help encourage people not to lose hope. The poem is a metaphor about things that seem insurmountable when you are in a time of trouble, but when you come out on the other side, all of those problems will look small and inconsequential. Everything will be all right in the end. Have a great weekend and remember - This too will pass! Regards, TeamSJS & Simerjeet Singh This, too, will pass. O heart, say it over and over, Out of your deepest sorrow, out of your deepest grief, No hurt can last forever-- Perhaps tomorrow will bring relief. This, too, will pass. It will spend itself-- Its fury will die as the wind dies down with the setting sun; Assuaged and calm, you will rest again, Forgetting a thing that is done. Repeat it again and again, O heart, for your comfort; This, too, will pass as surely as passed before The old forgotten pain, and the other sorrows That once you bore. As certain as stars at night, or dawn after darkness, Inherent as the lift of the blowing grass, Whatever your despair or your frustration-- This, too, will pass. Watch it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/HG7RWh9t1C4 #PoetryThatInspires #NeverLoseHope #SimerjeetSingh #HardTimes #GraceNollCrowell #ToughTimes #InspirationalPoem #InspirationalPoetry #Hope #Covid #HopeForHumanity #HopeInCrisis Follow us on: https://linktr.ee/SimerjeetSingh
Show #928 Happy New Year 01. The Coolbreezers - Hello Mr. New Year (1:56) (45 RPM Single, Bale Records, 1958) 02. Scott Ellison - Good Year For The Blues (4:48) (There's Something About the Night, Liberation Hall Records, 2022) 03. The Old No. 5s - Two By Two (2:59) (Moment To Lose, self-release, 2021) 04. Senel Karatepe - Hey Hey (3:08) (Hard Times, Bone Union Records, 2021) 05. Wily Bo Walker Acoustic Band - Long Way To Heaven (4:20) (Single, Mescal Canyon Records, 2021) 06. Roy Roberts - Just One More Blues Song (3:39) (Nothin' But The Blues, Rock House Records, 2020) 07. Mad Dog Lester Davenport - I Smell A Rat (4:55) (I Smell A Rat, Delmark Records, 2002) 08. Boo Boo Davis + ElectroBluesSociety - Good Man (3:47) (Transatlantic Quarantaine Sessions , Black and Tan Records, 2021) 09. Jon Spear Band - Can't Have Nothing (4:02) (B-Side Of My Life, self-release, 2021) 10. Chickenbone Slim & the Biscuits - Queen Of The Wires (3:08) (Serve It To Me Hot, VizzTone Records, 2021) 11. Kid Thomas - Rockin' This Joint To-Nite (2:00) (45 RPM Single, Transcontinental Records, 1959) 12. Ruzz Guitar's Blues Revue - It's Been A Long Time (5:26) (Live! Against The Grain, RG Records, 2022) 13. Mississippi MacDonald - I Heard It Twice (3:36) (Do Right Say Right, Another Planet Music, 2021) 14. The Sugar Roots - Rain Checkin' (4:06) (Savage's Life, Lightning In A Bottle Records, 2021) 15. The Mercy Brothers - The New Year Blues (3:57) (Strange Adventure, CoraZong Records, 2006) 16. Frankie Miller - Play Something Sweet (3:34) (High Life, Chrysalis Records, 1974) 17. Levon Helm - Play Something Sweet (4:18) (Levon Helm, ABC Records, 1978) 18. The Blues Brothers - B Movie Box Car Blues (4:13) (Briefcase Full Of Blues, Atlantic Records, 1978) 19. Delbert & Glen - B Movie Box Car Blues (2:11) (Delbert & Glen, Clean Records, 1972) 20. BB King - Hummingbird (4:31) (Indianola Mississippi Seeds, ABC Records, 1970) 21. Leon Russell - Hummingbird (3:59) (Leon Russell, Shelter Records/A&M Records, 1970) 22. Chance Hayden - Three Wheelin' (4:22) (Grab & Go, Atlanta Records, 2020) Bandana Blues is and will always be a labor of love. Please help Spinner deal with the costs of hosting & bandwidth. Visit www.bandanablues.com and hit the tipjar. Any amount is much appreciated, no matter how small. Thank you.
It's January 2022, and our world's still on fire. I'm not going to dare suggest you fake optimism because I'm there too. However, I'm not going to let you give up either. No doubt, we'll all need to dig extra deep this time to overcome our resistance from the inability to see what's next. But […] The post 261: Fresh Starts in Hard Times appeared first on Sundae Schneider-Bean, LLC..
Join Jonathan and Rachel for round 2, as they discuss getting through hard times and coming out stronger and better on the other side. We all know that "Acceptance" is the pathway to Serenity but there is a lot more to it (as quoted from the 12 & 12). How can we overcome our difficulties and prevail into the New Year? Find out in this episode what they had to say about it. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/flyingsober)
First, Yishai & Malkah Fleisher hash out some of the harsh news out of the Holy Land including abuse, suicide, and empowerment of enemies - and try to figure out God's plan for the Jews. [40:11] Then, Yishai speaks with famous American Jewish broadcaster Nachum Segal about the painful Corona borders that divide. [52:47] Finally, Rabbi Yishai on the ten promises of Hashem at the onset of the Book of Exodus in the Torah portion of Va'era.Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:SHOW GUEST LINKS: Nachum's Twitter: https://twitter.com/talljewishradioNachum's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nachumsegalnetworkSPONSOR LINKS:The Israel Bible https://theisraelbible.com/Prohibition Pickle https://www.facebook.com/Prohibitionpickle/Hebron Fund https://hebronfund.org/The Jewish Press https://www.jewishpress.com/PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://yishaifleisher.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mIsdfU Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3oP2Reo4JYnfIJdDUrQS2c RSS: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1271258.rss YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/YishaiFleisherTV SUPPORT & CONNECT:Check out the sponsors above, it's the best way to support this podcastSupport on Givecloud: https://kumah.givecloud.co/Twitter: https://twitter.com/YishaiFleisherInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/yishaifleisherLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yishaifleisher/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YishaiFleisher Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/yishai)
First, Yishai & Malkah Fleisher hash out some of the harsh news out of the Holy Land including abuse, suicide, and empowerment of enemies - and try to figure out God's plan for the Jews. [40:11] Then, Yishai speaks with famous American Jewish broadcaster Nachum Segal about the painful Corona borders that divide. [52:47] Finally, Rabbi Yishai on the ten promises of Hashem at the onset of the Book of Exodus in the Torah portion of Va'era.
Psychiana Man: A Mail-Order Prophet, his Followers, and the Power of Belief in Hard Times with Brandon R. Schrand. https://www.amazon.com/Psychiana-Man-Mail-Order-Prophet-Followers/dp/0874224047/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KK3IRV0W630S&keywords=Psychiana+Man%3A+A+Mail-Order+Prophet%2C+his+Followers%2C+and+the+Power+of+Belief+in+Hard+Times&qid=1640825745&sprefix=psychiana+man+a+mail-order+prophet%2C+his+followers%2C+and+the+power+of+belief+in+hard+times%2Caps%2C171&sr=8-1 https://brandonschrand.com/
But rejoice, inasmuch as ye are partakers of Christ's sufferings; that, when his glory shall be revealed, ye may be glad also with exceeding joy. – 1 Peter 4:13 Child of God, do not say that the sun is quenched because the cloud has hidden it. No! It is behind there, preparing summer for you, for when it comes out again, it will have made the clouds ready to drop in April showers, all of them mothers of the sweet May flowers. Above all, when your God hides His face, do not say that He has forgotten you. He is only tarrying a little while to make you love Him better. When He comes, you will have joy in the Lord and will rejoice with joy unspeakable (1 Peter 1:8). Waiting exercises our grace. Waiting tests our faith. Therefore, wait in hope, for although the promise tarries, it can never come too late. We never have such close dealings with God as when we are in tribulation. When the barn is full, we can live without God. When the safe is bursting with gold, we somehow can do without as much prayer. But once your gourds have been taken away (Jonah 4), you want your God. Once the idols are cleansed away out of the house, then you must go and honor the Lord. God does not afflict willingly, nor grieve us for nothing, but He does so out of love and affection. He knows that if He leaves us unchastised, we will bring upon ourselves misery ten thousand times greater than we will suffer by His slight rebukes and the gentle blows of His hand. He is admonishing you, not punishing you. He is correcting you in measure, not smiting you in wrath. There is no angry displeasure in His heart. Even though His brow may be ruffled, there is no anger in Him toward you. Even though His eye may have closed upon you, He does not hate you. He still loves you. - Charles H. Spurgeon
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A podcast for our volunteers as we grow as a team in reaching students in the Treasure Valley for Jesus.This episode Connor and Gabe talk with Courtney, our Surprise Valley Associate Minister about how we as volunteers and leaders of our students can help facilitate student relationships.SHOW NOTESQuestions we asked and answered:Usually, once the relationship has been built enough, students will come to you with situations that are hard, and you will need to be able to walk with them through those.When a student tells you about a situation where they are either being hurt, hurting someone else, or threatening to hurt themselves, what is the responsibility of the small group leader?How do you handle those initial conversations when a student confides in you?How do you respond to the statement “If I tell you, you can't tell anyone, even my parents.”If the decision to report the situation to the Students Staff is made, how do you move forward in a relationship with that student?Sometimes, these situations result in a loss of trust from the student to the Small Group Leader, how can you negate that loss of trust and build trust instead?
#hardtimes #hardpeople #historyHard times create strong men.Strong men create good times.Good times create weak men.Weak men create hard times.Did Cyrus the Great have it correct when he said, "Soft lands breed soft men?"Jeff, Jake, and Eric discuss.linktr.ee/dadbodhistoryinstagram.com/dadbodhistorytwitter.com/dadbodhistoryfacebook.com/dadbodhistorytiktok.com/@dadbodhistory See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's episode of Fanboys, the boys reunite to help you NuvaRing in the new year. Grab the full episode on The Hard Times' Patreon! (https://patreon.com/thehardtimes) ALSO: are you in a shitty band? Want to hear the Fanboys try to say something nice about it? Submit your music to Edgar's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EdgarTowner)! Be sure to check out this week's featured artists: Thirsty Curses (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhrIcKxbcUc), TV COMA (https://open.spotify.com/album/5USGTo7GCXOk5TKLWvFOJz?si=lWLo-rCdSOu9eU--Zxu0VQ&nd=1), Stereo Joy (https://dirtbagdistro.bandcamp.com/album/halloween-mixtape-2), Knoll (https://knollvhs.bandcamp.com/album/interstice-2), How I Became Invisible (https://open.spotify.com/track/1tbEGbq4BnVfxzDdDWOGhH?si=5SKI7pBNSlaYws4Fmsjngw&nd=1), and Tapedekentride (https://tapedekentride.bandcamp.com/album/computer-music)
Freelance writers know that getting paid can be difficult, and managers of freelance writers know why processing those payments is difficult to get paid on time or at all. Some companies don't have simple invoicing systems or solutions for fixing what's wrong with their invoicing processes. Today's guest is Matt Saincome, Co-Founder and CEO of OutVoice and The Hard Times. OutVoice is a freelancer/writer invoicing platform that pays them with one click. Matt explains how to fix invoicing issues and get freelance writers paid on time. Some of the highlights of the show include: Payment Problem: There has got to be a better way, and now there is one Publisher Problems: Tough business to make money, ad landscape has changed Revenue-based Solutions: People don't update/upgrade their tools elsewhere Results: Businesses with inefficient tools, resources become rusted in place Clicks and Revenue: Relies on effectively paying and retaining freelance writers Mission: Waiting for check to pay rent? OutVoice positively impacts people's lives Paid or not on purpose? Reason is ancient, not automated/tiered invoice systems Links: OutVoice The Hard Times Matt Saincome's Email Matt Saincome on Twitter Matt Saincome on LinkedIn Mailchimp Bill.com DoNotPay Ben Sailer on LinkedIn CoSchedule Quotes from Matt Saincome: “The problem is very clear. It's the way that content creators are paid for freelance work is stone-age-level bullshit. It's nonsense. It shouldn't be done this way.” “People don't get around to upgrading their tools elsewhere, and there's these really intense inefficiencies that fester in their businesses.” “OutVoice uses automation, CMS integration, and a more purpose-built invoicing solution.” “If you have better tools, you're going to like your co-workers a little bit more. You're going to like your job a little bit more.”
It's been said that philanthropy is under attack. In this episode we explore key arguments in favour and against philanthropy and highlight opportunities for the road ahead. No matter your views on philanthropy, you will find this episode informative and thought-provoking. Beth worked as a fundraiser and charity manager for a decade before co-founding the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent in 2008. She researched and wrote the annual Coutts Million Pound Donor Report from 2008-2017, co-authored Richer Lives: why rich people give (2013), The Logic of Charity: Great Expectations in Hard Times (2015) and co-edited The Philanthropy Reader (2016). Her last book The New Fundraisers: who organises generosity in contemporary society? won the AFP Skystone Research Partners book prize for 2018, and her new book, published in Autumn 2021, ‘In Defence of Philanthropy', is a timely response to growing critiques of private giving. Thank you for downloading this episode. For information on nearly 150 episodes with remarkable thought leaders in philanthropy, sustainability and social entrepreneurship, visit our website at Lidji.org
Recap of Anton Gunn Interview: Questions to ask yourself from the interview: 1. Who has been a catalyst for change in my life? 2. Do I value people's success over my own? Why or not? 3. What opportunities have come to me through service? 4. How have I used my darkest moments to help others? 5. As a leader, do I answer YES to the THREE Questions with my actions? Highlights 1:30 - College football talk - 5:00 - Hip Hop Influences - 7:40 - His Call to Leadership in college - 12:05 - Four Values to be an Impactful Leader - 17:45 - Service leads to an opportunity - 23:45 - Leaders are experts on people - 28:10 - At 27, losing his brother from a terrorist attack - 32:30 - Catalyst to Running for public office: Times Article - 37:40 - How to get out of the Victim Mindset - 41:20 - Helping others in the healthcare industry - 45:15 - 3 Questions every employee is asking at work - 48:00 - Become An Admired Leader
Text messages obtained by the January 6 commission revealed the panic of Fox News hosts — even as they downplayed the insurrection on camera. On this week's On the Media, how to hold the news station accountable. Plus, an investigation of the celebrity profile – from the biting to the banal. Angelo Carusone [@GoAngelo], President and CEO of Media Matters, explains what the new January 6th revelations say about the state of Fox News. Listen. Anne Helen-Peterson [@annehelen], writer and journalist, on why the profile of Jeremy Strong in The New Yorker struck a chord. Listen. Bobby Finger [@bobbyfinger] and Lindsey Weber [@lindseyweber], co-hosts of the podcast "Who? Weekly," talk about the scrappy, B-list celebrities do for fame. Listen. Music: Il Casanova di Federico Fellini by Nina RotaPaperback Writer by Quartetto dell'Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe VerdiThe Art Of War by Richard BeddowInvestigations by Kevin MacLeodNewsreel by Randy NewmanHard Times by Leftover Salmon
On this week's episode of Fanboys, Ty and Edgar talk goth symphonies and industrial orgies. Grab the full episode on The Hard Times' Patreon! (https://patreon.com/thehardtimes) ALSO: are you in a shitty band? Want to hear the Fanboys try to say something nice about it? Submit your music to Edgar's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EdgarTowner)! Be sure to check out this week's featured artists: Vindicating Twilight (https://vindicatingtwilight.bandcamp.com/album/my-ephemeral-mind?fbclid=IwAR3zOiOun9GbdfDb2b4cPQbgPitXC98speVsDahkwfZ60BKSjLf83MZCKsY), Doors in the Labyrinth (https://doorsinthelabyrinth.bandcamp.com/?fbclid=IwAR05evUoLZo6DDZvJn38QuHexBPoc0IKghszEuPNWDjessMHwbn0W_ZnzqU), Another Dead Weirdo (https://deadweirdo.bandcamp.com/album/choke-a-love-letter?fbclid=IwAR1gJMta9h33MPSIYrTDTzmVnQrLEB3ipIl6MfR8nE0IodR9kRNj1jhr7dg), Coraline Ada Ehmke (https://soundcloud.com/coralineada/the-punk-session-2-6-11-21?in=coralineada%2Fsets%2Fthe-punk-wip&fbclid=IwAR2KwkUjqi3Z4u_bMxI7sHJTLm0wLf77L6Z-jZZajmbIPcMoJ6ElB66yEks), SPKGoose (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLzRFtLQfZg), and Tulpa (https://tulpaproject.bandcamp.com/album/fm-transmitter?fbclid=IwAR0Siesk0nJsUhfZbb3RY2x-XdVH4khEowDelO2BamAB7YKwLpNMKWbDu0k)
This episode looks at Haggai 2:1, “In the seventh month, on the twenty-first day of the month, the word of the LORD came by the hand of Haggai the prophet.” The people have been building for a month, and they are seeing that things aren't turning out as great as they might've thought. We need help, like them, to persevere in times like these.
On this week's episode of The Literary Life podcast, Angelina, Cindy and Thomas share a wrap up of their year in reading–their favorite books of the year, their most hated books read in 2021, and how they each did with covering the categories of the #LitLife192021 Reading Challenge. They also talk a little about how they will be approaching their reading for next year. Download the Two for '22 adult reading challenge PDF here, and the kids' reading challenge PDF here. The Literary Life Commonplace Books published by Blue Sky Daisies are back with new covers for 2022! Also, check out the Christmas sale at HouseofHumaneLetters.com! Coming up on The Literary Life podcast in the new year, we have Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream coming up in January and after that, Abolition of Man by C. S. Lewis. Then we will be reading The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim and Charles Dickens' Hard Times later in the year. Our children's classic novel this year will be The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. Commonplace Quotes: Literature's world is a concrete human world of immediate experience. The poet uses images and objects and sensations much more than he uses abstract ideas. The novelist is concerned with telling stories, not with working out arguments. Northrop Frye The moon is the only one of the heavenly bodies that, whilst rising resplendently like the other luminaries, nevertheless changes and waxes and wanes as we do. Malcolm Guite I almost think that the same skin For one without has two or three within. Lord Byron, from “Don Juan” The Poetry of Shakespeare by George Meredith Picture some Isle smiling green ‘mid the white-foaming ocean; – Full of old woods, leafy wisdoms, and frolicsome fays; Passions and pageants; sweet love singing bird-like above it; Life in all shapes, aims, and fates, is there warm'd by one great human heart. Book List: Hallelujah: Cultivating Advent Traditions with Handel's Messiah by Cindy Rollins The Educated Imagination by Northrup Frye Faith, Hope, and Poetry by Malcolm Guite David's Crown by Malcolm Guite Savior of the World by Charlotte Mason The Mirror Cracked from Side to Side by Agatha Christie Anthony Horowitz Far from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy Hiking Through by Paul Stutzman A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson Wintering by Katherine May The Narnian by Alan Jacobs In the Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs Elizabeth Goudge Assignment in Brittany by Helen Macinnes Look Back with Love by Dodie Smith The Go-Between by L. P. Hartley The Atonement by Ian McEwan Desmond MacCarthay David Cecil Letters by a Young Contrarian by Christopher Hitchens Ann Veronica by H. G. Wells The Everlasting Man by G. K. Chesterton Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell The Odd Women by George Gissing Excellent Women by Barbara Pym If Walls Could Talk by Lucy Worsley Corsets and Codpieces by Karen Bowman *The Storytelling Animal by Jonathan Gottschall (not recommended) *Tyrant: Shakespeare on Politics by Stephen Greenblatt (not recommended) MacBeth by William Shakespeare As the Indians Left It by Robert Sparks Walker Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset Lady Susan by Jane Austen Tolkien and the Great War by John Garth A Hobbit, A Wardrobe and A World War by Joseph Laconte Piranesi by Susanna Clarke Neil Gaiman The Painted Veil by W. Somerset Maugham Mythos by Stephen Fry Nina Balatka by Anthony Trollope Christmas at Thompson Hall by Anthony Trollope Support The Literary Life: Become a patron of The Literary Life podcast as part of the “Friends and Fellows Community” on Patreon, and get some amazing bonus content! Thanks for your support! Connect with Us: You can find Angelina and Thomas at HouseofHumaneLetters.com, on Instagram @angelinastanford, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ANGStanford/ Find Cindy at morningtimeformoms.com, on Instagram @cindyordoamoris and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cindyrollins.net/. Check out Cindy's own Patreon page also! Follow The Literary Life on Instagram, and jump into our private Facebook group, The Literary Life Discussion Group, and let's get the book talk going! http://bit.ly/literarylifeFB
On the newest episode of the Saturday Special, Scott & the Doctor recap the first Powerrr of Season 7, including the fallout from Hard Times 2 & the reuniting of a classic TNA tag team! So sit back with a bagel & coffee and enjoy the newest episode of the Saturday Special! Twitter: @scottcpodfather @DrGPTB @PTBNWrestling teepublic.com and type "PTBW" in the search
Obeying God is always the right thing to do, but it often isn't easy. When His assignments seem beyond our capabilities, we need courage and determination to follow through. Courage is the quality of mind and spirit enabling us to meet danger, opposition, or the challenges of life bravely, calmly, and decisively
In this episode Ray speaks with Fran Dearman about how to give yourself grace through hard times and to the mind work to gain success in life and network marketing. rankmakerslive.com Thanks for listening! Have some feedback to share? Leave us a review on iTunes! www.rayhigdon.com
“Two for '22” Literary Life Reading Challenge! This coming year Angelina, Cindy and Thomas are challenging us to read books in 11 categories, but choose 2 books in each category, with a bit of a twist. In today's episode they briefly go over each category and give a few examples of books would fit into those categories. They also take us through the Kids' “Two for '22” Reading Challenge topics. Next time we will be back with a wrap-up episode for our 19 for 2022 Reading Challenge. The Literary Life Commonplace Books published by Blue Sky Daisies are back with new covers for 2022! Coming up on The Literary Life podcast in the new year, we have Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dreamcoming up in January and after that, Abolition of Man by C. S. Lewis. Then we will be reading The Enchanted Aprilby Elizabeth von Arnim and Charles Dickens' Hard Times later in the year. Our children's classic novel this year will be The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. Commonplace Quotes: The artist must be in his work as God is in creation, invisible and all-powerful. One must sense him everywhere, but not see him. Gustave Flaubert There reigns thro' all the blank verse poems such a perpetual trick of moralizing every thing–which is very well, occasionally–but never to see or describe any interesting appearance in nature, without connecting it by dim analogies with the moral world, proves faintness of Impression. Nature has her proper interest; and he will know what it is, who believes and feels, that everything has a Life of its own, and that we are all one Life. Malcolm Guite The principle behind modern methods of reading is stated in the form: if there is to be a meaning, it shall be ours. C. S. Lewis There is No Frigate Like a Book by Emily Dickinson There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away Nor any Coursers like a Page Of prancing Poetry – This Traverse may the poorest take Without oppress of Toll – How frugal is the Chariot That bears the Human Soul – Book List: Faith, Hope and Poetry by Malcolm Guite The Allegory of the Faerie Queene by Pauline Parker Hard Times by Charles Dickens Cranford by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell The Splendid Century by W. H. Lewis The Fellowship by Philip and Carol Zaleski Bandersnatch by Diana Pavlac Goyer Tolkein and The Great War by John Garth A Hobbit, a Wardrobe and a Great War by Joseph Loconte The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini Laurus by Eugene Vodolazkin Elizabeth and Essex by Lytton Strachey Elizabeth the Great by Elizabeth Jenkins The Daughter of Time by Josephine They Elizabeth von Arnim Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë Anthony Horowitz Margery Allingham E. C. Bentley Nero Wolfe Series Alan Bradley J. K. Rowling/Roberth Galbraith A Collection of Essays by George Orwell Essays of G. K. Chesterton by G. K. Chesterton David Bentley Hart In a Cardboard Belt! by Joseph Epstein Padraic Colum The Wonder Book for Boys and Girls by Nathaniel Hawthorne Bill Peet: An Autobiography by Bill Peet Kingfisher Book of Russian Tales by James Mayhew Paul Galdone The Cooper Kids Adventure Series by Frank Peretti Harriet the Spy Series by Louise Fitzhugh Support The Literary Life: Become a patron of The Literary Life podcast as part of the “Friends and Fellows Community” on Patreon, and get some amazing bonus content! Thanks for your support! Connect with Us: You can find Angelina and Thomas at HouseofHumaneLetters.com, on Instagram @angelinastanford, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ANGStanford/ Find Cindy at morningtimeformoms.com, on Instagram @cindyordoamoris and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cindyrollins.net/. Check out Cindy's own Patreon page also! Follow The Literary Life on Instagram, and jump into our private Facebook group, The Literary Life Discussion Group, and let's get the book talk going! http://bit.ly/literarylifeFB
Another NWA PPV in the books, and we have the recap! Join Scott & The Doctor as they recap the big show with analysis and thoughts on Kamille, Nick Aldis, Trevor Murdoch and the surprises! So sit back and enjoy recapping some...HARD TIMES! Twitter: @scottcpodfather @DrGPTB @PTBNWrestling
Wilder Still creators Jessica and Jeremiah Sowards of Roots and Refuge Farm (and the popular YouTube channel by the same name) join Justin and Rebekah to discuss vulnerability and other challenges with YouTube and farming.
The weekend is upon us! On the newest SS, Scott & The Doctor preview the last NWA PPV of 2021, Hard Times 2! They preview & predict the matches, and discuss if there will be any surprises. So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the SS! Don't forget to go to www.twitch.tv and follow the live commentary on Place to Be Nation's Twitch page! Twitter: @scottcpodfather @DrGPTB @PTBNWrestling
The Two Man Army is together talking turkey (literally) and recapping some of the week in wrestling. Tony is excited about the upcoming Hard Times 2 and chats up the go home from NWA Powerrr. Then Tony is happy to talk about MLW and the crowning of a new National Openweight Champion as well. Kevin has lots of questions but might be a convert for MLW and NWA, with the...
In honor of Thanksgiving, I wanted to bring on a friend of mine who is a pioneer of the gratitude movement and one of the most influential people in my life. Ann Voskamp changed and impacted many lives with the book she wrote called One Thousand Gifts: A Dare To Live Fully Right Where You Are. Today, she joins the show to share her tips on using gratitude as a practice that will help you through rough times. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3ctJofU