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Den of Rich
Ренат Мансуров: Неоконченная история одного восхождения по лестнице успеха. Судите сами!

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2023 120:20


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Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 12-1

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2023 5:13


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

Den of Rich
Александр Карачинцев: Марк - это латентный инфоцыганин, перверсивного типа с тягой к публичной мастурбации.

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2023 187:17


Александр Карачинцев - клинический психолог, специалист по психосоматике. Исследует скрытые мотивы, эмоциональные переживания, тенденции и желания своих клиентов в рамках анализа бессознательных аспектов. Помогает разобраться в отношениях, преодолеть психосоматические расстройства, тревогу, фобии с помощью психотерапии. Ведет страницу в инстаграм. Проводит прямые эфиры в которых работает с симптомами клиентов - от аллергии до рассеянного склероза (психосоматического компонента) и тд. Участник психологических исследований по психотерапии психосоматических заболеваний. Экс ведущий клуба психосоматики, ведущий психологических групп. Aleksandr Karachintsev is a clinical psychologist, a specialist in psychosomatics. Explores the hidden motives, emotional experiences, tendencies and desires of his clients through the analysis of unconscious aspects. Helps to understand relationships, overcome psychosomatic disorders, anxiety, phobias with the help of psychotherapy. He runs an Instagram page. Conducts live broadcasts in which he works with clients' symptoms - from allergies to multiple sclerosis (psychosomatic component), etc. Participant in psychological research on psychotherapy of psychosomatic diseases. Former leader of the psychosomatics club, leader of psychological groups. FIND ALEKSANDR ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram | VKontakte | Telegram ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-30

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 6:22


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

Den of Rich
Илья Нечепуренко: Психолог который любит квантовую физику и ведущий озвучивающий странные идеи.

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 146:23


Илья Нечепуренко - Психолог системного подхода, специалист по психосоматике. Ilya Nechepurenko is a psychologist of a systems approach, specialist in psychosomatics. FIND ILYA ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram | Telegram | YouTube ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

Call Chelsea Peretti
PROXY ANIMAL ATTACK STORIES CULMINATING IN ABSOLUTE HORROR

Call Chelsea Peretti

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 59:12 Transcription Available


A mouse encounter. A lady swims “near” a shark. Two insane girls call. Just another day on the pod until some Brit in the medical profession shares a harrowing dog attack tale. Finally, composer Chris Lennertz calls and details his BEAR ATTACK STORY!!!!! *JACKPOT SOUND EFFECT* Hashtag bear attack. Hashtag Lake Tahoe. Hashtag jackpot sound effect.   Subscribe to Big Money Players Diamond on Apple Podcasts to get this episode ad-free and early access to bonus content: https://apple.co/callchelseaperetti  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Den of Rich
Василий Хлебников: Светлое кибер будущее, киборги, метаверс, BCI, AGI, информация, манипуляция.

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 122:46


Василий Хлебников - Серийный предприниматель, сооснователь и ex-CBDO компании Моторика. Приближает светлое кибер-будущее и верит, что сможет провести свою долгую и счастливую старость в метаверсе. Vasilii Khlebnikov is a serial entrepreneur, co-founder and ex-CBDO of the Motorika company. He is approaching a bright cyber future and believes that he can spend his long and happy old age in the metaverse. FIND VASILII ON SOCIAL MEDIA LinkedIn | Facebook ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

Pro Church Tools with Brady Shearer
Instagram Algorithms Changed Again [Church Edition]

Pro Church Tools with Brady Shearer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 43:22


Instagram's algorithms (that's right - there's more than one!) have changed again, and if you are a creator (and even if you're not!) this is good news. This time around, Instagram came right out and explained how it all works, so today on the podcast we're going to walk through those changes, what they are, and what this means for you and your church.   Send in your question via text to 1-800-485-3139

The Fire and Water Podcast Network
Fade Out - Charles Laughton

The Fire and Water Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 61:20


Episode 30 - Actor Charles Laughton's first and last film as director NIGHT OF THE HUNTER with special guest April Snellings. Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow FADE OUT on Twitter: @FadeOutPod Theme by Luke Daab: https://www.daabcreative.com You can find FADE OUT on these podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fade-out/id1536486950 Amazon Music Spotify Stitcher This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening!

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-29

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 5:35


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

Fade Out
Fade Out - Charles Laughton

Fade Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 61:20


Episode 30 - Actor Charles Laughton's first and last film as director NIGHT OF THE HUNTER with special guest April Snellings. Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow FADE OUT on Twitter: @FadeOutPod Theme by Luke Daab: https://www.daabcreative.com You can find FADE OUT on these podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fade-out/id1536486950 Amazon Music Spotify Stitcher This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening!

The Youth Fitness Podcast™
Episode 42: U18 - Maximizing Youth Performance and enhancing the sport experience

The Youth Fitness Podcast™

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 15:55


Coach Jeff, Keegan and Mikki discuss Maximizing Performance for Youth Sport, maximizing potential and enhancing the sport experience through a focus on Movement Skills & Quality, Positional consistency, Injury prevention, Skill acquisition and power production. Starting at the Foundation in Base and Building mobility alongside Stability.Episode Highlights:1:17 Sport IS Performance and the focus of performance is how we are doing in our sport.2:25 Maximizing Potential in the Boost Phase and Enhanced sport experience3:54 TIP - Teach youth to move better to express more for improved sport performance4:40 Positional Consistency "Athletes need enough mobility to get there (on the field) and then be stable for the amount of time needed"5:00 The ability to reproduce Movement Skills increases Movement Vocabulary and translates to Fluency on the field7:14 Detracting from performance trajectory through skipped foundations and subsequent injury9:02 How "Poor Position bleeds power" even in Pro and World Class Athletes10:21 TIP - Athlete Safety "Do no Harm" through intervention or lack of intervention11:08 TIP - Start with the Base, Strengthening the Feet12:17 Striking a Balance, supporting performance through precise application of High skill Low skill protocols to make weaknesses strengths.Hashtags and links:#SportPerformance#YouthSport#YouthPhysicalEducation#Physicalliteracy#YouthHealth#YouthPerformance#theyouthfitnesspodcast#youthfitness#functionalfitnessyouth#poorpositionbleedspower#athletesafety#thebrandxmethod#theathletecoachnetwork#jeffandmikkimartinhttps://thebrandxmethod.thinkific.com/collectionshttps://www.instagram.com/theacn.app/

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-28

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 6:33


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

oHOTmu OR NOT?
Who's Hot and Who's Not? Ep.14: Blackrock to Blok

oHOTmu OR NOT?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 69:38


A TV villain. A recovering drug addict. A paradoxical Supergirl enemy. DC's answer to the Hulk. A sentient rock. Which are hot, which are not? The Girls of the Hot Squad begin their assessment of Who's Who #3's entries based on sheer datability. Featuring permanent panelists Elyse, Isabel, Nathalie, Josée, Shotgun, and Amélie. Listen to Episode 14 below (the usual mature language warnings apply), or subscribe to the feed on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! Relevant images and further credits at: Who's Hot and Who's Not ep.14 Supplemental This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK! Visit our WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/ Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Subscribe via iTunes as part of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK. And thanks for leaving a comment.

Den of Rich
Максим Евдокимов: "Спаси себя — и хватит с тебя". Начните с этого и уже станет лучше. Аминь!

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 118:43


Максим Евдокимов (ex-CEO Okko, VP Сбера и Тинькофф) присоединился к команде топ-менеджмента hh.ru в роли Директора по продуктам (СРО) в конце 2021 года. Максим широко известен на рынке своей способностью создавать яркие, вовлекающие, технологичные продукты для массовой аудитории (Okko TV, Tinkoff Lifestyle Banking и другие). Имеет степень магистра Психологии. Женат, воспитывает 3-х детей. Любит классические мотоциклы. Играет в футбол и падель. Является попечителем благотворительной организации "Журавлик". Maksim Evdokimov (ex-CEO of Okko, VP of Sber and Tinkoff) joined the top management team of hh.ru in the role of Chief Product Officer (CPO) at the end of 2021. Maksim is widely known in the market for his ability to create bright, engaging, technologically advanced products for a mass audience (Okko TV, Tinkoff Lifestyle Banking and others). She has a master's degree in Psychology. Married, has 3 children. Loves classic motorcycles. Plays football and padel. He is a trustee of the Zhuravlik charity organization. FIND MAKSIM ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook | LinkedIn ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

The Fire and Water Podcast Network
Who's Hot and Who's Not? Ep.14: Blackrock to Blok

The Fire and Water Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 69:38


A TV villain. A recovering drug addict. A paradoxical Supergirl enemy. DC's answer to the Hulk. A sentient rock. Which are hot, which are not? The Girls of the Hot Squad begin their assessment of Who's Who #3's entries based on sheer datability. Featuring permanent panelists Elyse, Isabel, Nathalie, Josée, Shotgun, and Amélie. Listen to Episode 14 below (the usual mature language warnings apply), or subscribe to the feed on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! Relevant images and further credits at: Who's Hot and Who's Not ep.14 Supplemental This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK! Visit our WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/ Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Subscribe via iTunes as part of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK. And thanks for leaving a comment.

#Hashtags, The Gartner Marketing & Communications Podcast

In this episode, Gartner analyst Ant Duffin discusses how CMOs can decide if D2C is the right strategy for brands based on the strength of the Three Ps — Purpose (why), Potential (how) and Priority (what). The discussion will provide CMOs with strategic D2C guidance as to whether they should start, shift or stop D2C depending on that assessment.Ant Duffin is a Senior Director Analyst in the Gartner for Marketing Leaders practice covering digital commerce.Ant advises on digital commerce business transformation across the end-to-end value chain, including digital marketing, multichannel ecommerce, business capabilities (talent, partners and martech), and cross-functional enablement (i.e., IT, HR, supply chain).Ant has over 15 years global digital consumer/brand experience across a range of industries including CPG, retail, UK government and automotive.

Dads With Daughters
Present and Engaged: Oggy Brewer's Approach to Building Unique Relationships with His Daughters

Dads With Daughters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 25:36


In this episode of "Dads with Daughters," host Christopher Lewis welcomes Oggy Brewer, a biology teacher and father of four, to discuss the challenges and joys of being a father to daughters. Augie shares his personal journey and insights into building strong relationships with his daughters and fostering their self-esteem. Oggy's initial surprise came when he thought he was having another son, only to discover he was going to be a father to a daughter. He reflects on the initial panic and uncertainty but emphasizes the importance of adapting and learning as a parent. One of Oggy's biggest fears as a father of daughters is ensuring their self-esteem remains high. He discusses the delicate balance of being firm, supportive, and uplifting in their lives. To build unique relationships with each daughter, Oggy emphasizes the significance of being present in their lives, connecting with their interests, and spending quality time with them. Whether it's playing basketball, taking drives, or simply being present, he believes that connecting with his daughters is an ongoing challenge but a crucial one. Oggy shares memorable experiences with his daughters, including family trips to places like Glacier National Park and Dale Hollow Lake. These trips provide opportunities for bonding and creating lasting memories. Balancing his role as a biology teacher and a father of four, Oggy discusses the importance of setting boundaries and making a commitment to be present with his family when he's home. He believes that being a positive example and showing hard work can also influence his children positively. As daughters transition into their teenage years, Oggy acknowledges the changes and challenges in maintaining strong connections. He stresses the importance of continuous effort and being adaptable as a father. Oggy delves into the concept of being a "girl dad" and highlights the significance of building positive relationships with daughters, fostering their self-esteem, and using powerful, uplifting words. Augie introduces "MoPo for Life," a concept he developed during the COVID-19 pandemic. MoPo stands for "Max Out Payout," emphasizing the importance of identifying daily purposes and maximizing efforts to achieve them. Oggy has written a book titled "MoPo Max Out Payout: Living the MoPo Life, MoPo the Day," which encourages readers to reflect on their daily lives, set goals, and stay positive. He also discusses how he challenges his own children to live the MoPo Life by helping them set goals and take actionable steps to achieve them, particularly in their academic pursuits. Oggy extends the MoPo philosophy to his classroom, encouraging his students to identify their goals for the semester and holding them accountable. He believes that caring for students and helping them achieve their goals creates a positive impact. Oggy shares his experiences of seeing kids embrace the MoPo message by wearing MoPo wristbands and actively engaging with the philosophy. He plans to expand his efforts by reaching out to sports teams and acting as a motivational speaker to spread the message further. In conclusion, Oggy Brewer emphasizes the importance of connecting with others, like Christopher Lewis, to expand the reach of the MoPo philosophy and positively impact more lives. If you've enjoyed today's episode of the Dads With Daughters podcast, we invite you to check out the Fatherhood Insider. The Fatherhood Insider is the essential resource for any dad that wants to be the best dad that he can be. We know that no child comes with an instruction manual, and most are figuring it out as they go along. The Fatherhood Insider is full of valuable resources and information that will up your game on fatherhood. Through our extensive course library, interactive forum, step-by-step roadmaps, and more you will engage and learn with experts but more importantly with dads like you. So check it out today! TRANSCRIPT Christopher Lewis [00:00:06]: Welcome to dads with daughters. In this show, we spotlight dads resources and more to help you be the best dad you can be. Welcome back to the Dads with Daughters podcast, where we bring you guests to be active participants in your daughter's lives, raising them to be strong, independent women. Really excited to have you back again this week. Every week, you and I are on a journey together. I say this all the time, but it truly is a journey. What you and I are doing to raise our daughters is something that happens day by day, and it's not something that we can always plan for. There's going to be highs, there's going to be lows, there's going to be everything in between. Christopher Lewis [00:00:47]: But that being said, there are things that we can do to make it a little bit better. And one of the best ways, one of the greatest things that I would say for all of us to do is to surround us with other men that are doing this. Now, you may not feel comfortable going to that next door neighbor and talking to them about the way that they're being a father, but I'm glad that you're here, because by you being here, you have an opportunity to learn every week, and you have an opportunity to be able to take things that you're learning and incorporate them into your own lives. That's why every week I love having different guests, different guests here with me to share their own experiences in their own journey that they're on in raising their kids. And this week, we got another great guest. Augie Brewer is with us today. Augie is a teacher, a biology teacher, actually, but also does something that we're going to be learning a little bit more about called MoPo for Life, and we're going to talk about that as well. But he's a father of four with two daughters and two sons, so I'm excited to be able to talk to him today for you to get to know him and for us to kind of delve a little bit deeper into his own journey. Oggy, thanks so much for joining us today. Oggy Brewer [00:01:58]: Well, thank you for having me. I really appreciate come on. And what you're doing and being able to connect with different guys and dads and how we're raising our daughters. I appreciate being on. So thank you. It's my pleasure. My pleasure. Christopher Lewis [00:02:14]: And one of the things that I love to do, first and foremost, I want to turn the clock back in time. Your oldest daughter is 15. I want to go all the way back, all the way back to that first moment when you found out that you're going to be a father to a daughter. What was going through your head? Well, it's funny you asked this question, because my oldest is a boy. I have a son that's 18. And when my wife was pregnant with Olivia, in my eyes, in my head, I really thought we were having another boy, and really all the way up till delivery. And the doctor, when she was delivered, it was by c section. And when she was delivered, the doctor says, looks like a boy, and I'm behind the curtain. Oggy Brewer [00:02:51]: And so in my head, this is boy number two. And then those words come out. It's a girl. And I'm telling you, I wasn't sure what to do. I was in a little panic mode of like, oh, my goodness, my world has just changed. And so just trying to understand, okay, I'm going to be a father to a daughter now. And all the emotions and all the things that get stirred up when you have that thought, and obviously not having a playbook for, okay, what am I doing now? So that's the story of when Olivia was born. I love you know, I talked to a lot of dads, and a lot of dads tell me that going into being a father to a daughter, there's some fear there's some fear that goes with that. Christopher Lewis [00:03:37]: What would you say has been your biggest fear or fears in raising daughters? Oggy Brewer Yeah, I think one fear is just wanting to build up their self esteem and not wanting to be a person that brings that down ever. And so having a fear that maybe something I say or the way I react could bring their self esteem down, and I do not want to do that. So it's that balance of being able to be stern, being able to be encouraging and uplifting them, and also continuing to build that relationship with them, to build up their self esteem. I said you had two daughters, and both of those daughters are very unique individuals, and they have their own personalities, and you have to build different relationships with each of them, that you have to do that with all your kids. Yeah. What have you done to be able to build those unique relationships with each of your daughters? Sure. I believe the first thing is being present, making sure each day they know that I'm present there. And I know we're talking about teenage daughters, and being in a state of a lot of times, they don't make you feel like they want your presence with them all the time, but just because they give that indication doesn't mean that's a free pass to not be present. Christopher Lewis [00:04:57]: And so being present every day with them, I'm a man of faith, and I pray with them daily. I think that's important, that they know that someone's praying for them and praying over them and then just connecting with them with the things they enjoy doing. One of my oldest daughters, she enjoys playing basketball, so if I can get out in the driveway and rebound for her, I'm connecting with her that way. My other daughter really enjoys taking drives in the car, and so maybe even though as high as gas prices are. Maybe just getting in the car and taking a drive and spending time with her is a big deal. And connecting with her clearly understand that. My youngest daughter likes driving in the car as well, and she definitely loves being able to get out, listen to music, and just kind of get into some of the back roads. And sometimes we talk, sometimes we just kind of are present. Christopher Lewis [00:05:51]: And that happens in teenage years, but at least you're there. And as you said, you're present, you're engaged, and you're showing that you're interested in what they're interested in as well. Now, there are definitely opportunities throughout your kids lives that you have to be able to build memorable experiences, memories that will last a lifetime. What have been some of your most memorable experiences that you've been able to share with your daughters thus far as a dad? Oggy Brewer Yeah, I think we try to be strong family, doing things together as a family. And I feel like some of the trips that we have been on as a family have been good time to connect with them. We've taken a trip out west where we went to Glacier National Park and we do some hiking together. Those have been really memorable trips. We also enjoy going to the lake. Oggy Brewer  [00:06:40]: One of those places is Dale Hollow Lake in Tennessee, and those are two places, definitely the lake, being in the sun, riding on the boat, they really enjoy those things. And anytime we get a chance to do that, it's a blessing to be able to do it. Now, I know you're a teacher, and as a teacher, you have many kids that you are working with, that you're mentoring, that you have. And sometimes they become even more than just students because they become a part of your lives in many different ways. And then you go home and you are a father of four. Talk to me about balance, because being a teacher, there's not a lot of balance, and there is a lot of work that has to be taken home and there's that work that has to get done for the next day of school and so on and so forth. But how do you balance being not only a biology teacher, but how do you balance that with being a father to four and being able to continue to be present in the lives of your kids? So I've been teaching now for 21 years. It's my 21st year, and probably I think it was four years into it was when my son three years into it was when my son was born. Oggy Brewer [00:07:56]: And it didn't take long to figure out, like, hey, there's going to have to be some things that change here for you. Like, you can't just bring your work home, put it on the table, and sit and do your work all the time. So I made a commitment probably five years into it, four or five years into it, to my wife, hey, when I come home, I'm going to set my bag down and I'm dad, and I'm going to be present. If there is work that needs to be done, it'll be done once the kids go to bed. And now, as the kids have gotten older, they are in their rooms more on their own, by themselves. The time that we have together is really at the dinner table. And then if there's homework that they need help on, sometimes they will come to dad. But even in that, they're not always coming straight to dad, right? They want to be by themselves and to themselves. Oggy Brewer [00:08:49]: Now, I have some moments I can get into my work at times when they are home, and I do think in that they do see, man, dad does work, and dad is doing some things. So now I'm giving an example to them of putting in some hard work, even though, look, when it comes down to it, they've got my first, they're going to look to me first, and I'm going to give them my presence before I get the work in. Christopher Lewis As you said, you have two teenage daughters, and teenage years can be a challenge upon themselves. But as you look back at the lives that they have had, the experiences that you've had, what's been the hardest part of being a father to a daughter? Oggy Brewer  I think just the changes that occur, right? Because when they're little, you pull up to the driveway and they're waiting at the door, waiting to give you hugs, waiting to see you, and then there's an excitement, there a joy there. And then how do you maintain that joy as they keep getting older? If you can bottle that up and keep that going, you're doing something right. But again, the challenge then for me as a dad is as I've gotten older, and now there's not that they're not waiting at the door when I get home, but still connecting with them when I do get home. And maybe it's just a quick like, how's your day? Or did anything bring you joy in your day? We try to use that word joy because I love it. And connecting with them still as they've gotten older, and I feel like that's just a continuous challenge every day. Oggy Brewer  [00:10:22]: How can I connect with them? And I'm not the best at it. I'm still learning. I'm still growing myself as a dad, but that is a challenge for me every day. I think that that just continues as your kids get older and they move into different phases in their lives. You're going to have to figure it out as you go along. They figure it out as they go along. And you have to be willing to have that grace and to be able to know that you're not going to know everything and you're not going to know how things are going to end up, but that you keep working through it, and that's the only thing you can do, because things are going to change. And I'll agree with you that it is challenging as the kids get older and become more of who they are. Oggy Brewer [00:11:14]: But then, yeah, I guess I have to also think back to, okay, what was I like as a teenager as well? And was I present? Did I want to spend time with my parents, too? I think I ended up turning out okay as I got older. So I'm hopeful that as they get older, they'll come back. Well, one thing you say with daughters, or what I've always been told is your daughters are always going to be there to take care of you. They're always going to come back, and they'll take care of dad when that time comes. So we'll see. But I have hope in that. Here's hoping. Christopher Lewis [00:11:56]: Now, you and I met over a tweet that you put out there, and one of the things that you put in that tweet was the hashtag girl dad. And that's been around for a bit, was tied back to Kobe Bryant and his daughter and has continued since then to talk about the relationship between a father and daughter and pride with their daughters. As you think of that hashtag, that girl dad. Hashtag, what does being a girl dad mean to you? Oggy Brewer I believe it means building a positive relationship with my daughters, trying to help them develop a positive self esteem, and, as we said, just doing something that's connecting with them over and over. You've said self esteem a couple of times, and as a teacher, you see self esteem happening in many different ways, and then you see that in your own daughters. Talk to me about how you see self esteem in girls, your own daughters, girls that you have had in your own classroom manifest itself and what you've learned about what many young women need to be able to have that support and what we can do as fathers to best support that. Well, I believe words are very powerful, and the words that they're hearing has a powerful influence on them. And as many times as you can tell them they're beautiful, they're amazing, meaning it when I say it, not just using those words just to say them, but again, the words they're hearing. And so oftentimes and I see it at school, kids are getting tore down by other kids because of the words that are being used to them or around them. And so, man, what a light you can shine if you're using positive, encouraging words to my daughters or to the kids at school. They're hearing that, and I believe it does. It lifts them up, and it provides a light in their life.  Christopher Lewis: I mentioned at the beginning that you have something that you're involved in called MoPo Life or MoPo for Life. Talk to me about that. What is MoPo for life? And what are you trying to do to be able to engage fathers, parents, et cetera in this idea? Oggy Brewer Yeah, so during the COVID times when we were all locked in our homes, I decided one of the things I wanted to do was write a book. And I've always had that kind of on my bucket list. And this idea I have MoPo for life. MoPo the day. MoPo stands for Max Out payout. And so this is something you can use in whatever avenue you want. If you want it as a father, you want it as a teacher, as a coach, it applies. And the thought process is what's my purpose every day? What's the purpose that would be my payout and how am I maxing out to get that purpose? What are the things I'm doing to do that? So as a father, if my payout is to try to build a positive relationship with my daughters, then my Max Out has to be to be present, to spend time with them and to do things with them. The message MoPo is supposed to be positive. Again, I coined the phrase MoPo the Day and I use it a lot at school as well. And the other thing I've done with it is I've created a 365 day MoPo the Day calendar and it has a MoPo thought with a Bible verse every day and it's supposed to be uplifting. Oggy Brewer [00:15:29]: And I try to put a MoPo thought every day out on X to be uplifting to the people that are looking at that. And you did write the book called MoPo Max Out payout living the MoPo Life, MoPo the Day. I love that. Talk to me about for someone that's never read the book, what are some of the biggest takeaways that you want someone to take away from that book itself? One big thing is just looking at your daily life and trying to understand what's my purpose and what am I doing on a daily basis in that purpose? And then again, how am I maxing out to get it? So it's that message, it's also a devotional, it has questions throughout. So it tries to get the reader to think about their life and think about things that are going on. Also has a lot of Bible verses. So to connect with God and your faith and in all this, for me to be a reflection of Jesus as I share this, so it's to spread positivity, but it's know, just like you and I are doing tonight, to connect with as many people as you can. And man, you wouldn't believe how many times I'm somewhere and I just bring up this MoPo thought and all of a sudden I could connect with someone just by sharing this message. Christopher Lewis [00:16:49]: Talk to me about this concept and how you have challenged your own kids to live the MoPo Life and to incorporate that philosophy into what they're doing on a daily basis. Oggy Brewer Yeah. So with school right now they're in school, that's a big part of their life. So asking them, what is your goals here? To get out of each day, because I see this every day. A lot of kids just come to school because they're supposed to come to school, and there's not a purpose or a desire to be there all the time. And so the goal, again, is to talk to them before school starts. Like, okay, what's your MoPo for the year? What are we trying to accomplish? Maybe not for the year, but for this nine weeks, what are you wanting to do? So maybe it's to turn in all your homework for this semester, and by turning in all your homework, you're giving yourself a better chance to get a better grade. And I don't believe it's all about grades, but I do believe if you're going to be doing it, there's a purpose behind you doing it, and let's get the most out of it, giving them that challenge as they begin school. Christopher Lewis [00:18:02]: So that would be one example. I love that example, and I think that it's definitely something that is actionable, something that kids can take and be able to incorporate. How do you incorporate that into your classroom then? Oggy Brewer Yeah, so I will share that message, the MoPo message, with my classes, and again, I will give them a paper to fill out and say, what are you trying to accomplish this semester? And tell me how you're going to do it. And then I want to look at it, and I want to hold you accountable. I want to be a person in your life that's going to help you try to get what you want to get. You're writing it down, so it must be something that's on your heart or on your mind. And now, hey, you got somebody in your life that's going to help you try to reach that goal. And I think for a lot of kids, number one, them knowing that you care, if they know you care, then you can get a lot out of them. Oggy Brewer [00:18:53]: And number two, if them even knowing that they have people in their life that do care, obviously, being an educator, as long as I have, that's important to me, and that keeps me going. My juices flowing, too, as I teach. So I enjoy making that connection as we start the semester. And what kind of responses have you gotten from kids, your kids, the kids in your school, or others that have read the book? You know what's interesting is I've got these wristbands that say, MoPo the day. So that's another way I can connect with the kids. I share the message, and I hand out wristbands. And what's been cool is seeing the kids come back the next day and the next day, and they're wearing the wristbands. And so I know there is a connection there because they're keeping them on. If they weren't, there wouldn't be. But just knowing that and then also knowing as they've read the book or as they've heard the message, they want to keep coming back and connecting. And so that's just a positive thing each day to see them come in, to see them want to connect. And I know, okay, now we can go deeper, maybe in biology now with my classes and talk about something just because we connected with the MoPo.  Christopher Lewis You worked on this over COVID, you pushed this out there over COVID. You have expanded it. Now talk to me about where is this philosophy now? Where is this effort now, and where do you see it going in the future? Oggy Brewer Yeah. So, number one, I don't always know what direction it's going because it's like, what's next on the plate? For me right now, I believe what's next is just going either to sports teams because I coached basketball for a long time. I've taken a backseat a little bit to that now, but I like going and being a little motivational speaker to different teams. I got a lot of coaching connections, so I can call up a coach, say, hey, on Thursdays. You usually do a motivational talk. You bring somebody in from the community, and I'd love to come share a little bit of this motivation with your team. And so I think for me, at this particular moment, it's trying to connect more with other teams from other schools. And like I said, I don't 100% know what direction it's always going, but just by connecting with people like you, I get the message out even more. So I do appreciate connecting with you tonight. Christopher Lewis [00:21:30]: Now, we always finish our interviews with what I like to call our Fatherhood Five, where I ask you five more questions to delve deeper into you as a dad. Are you ready? Oggy Brewer Yeah. Christopher Lewis In one word, what is fatherhood? Oggy Brewer Love Christopher Lewis When was the time that you finally felt like you succeeded at being a father to a daughter? Oggy Brewer When I got the elf on the shelf for my daughter.  Christopher Lewis If I was to talk to your kids, how would they describe you as a dad? Oggy Brewer I think they would say outgoing, someone that's graceful and someone that loves them a lot. Christopher Lewis Who inspires you to be a better dad? Oggy Brewer My dad. Christopher Lewis You've given a lot of pieces of advice today, things that you've learned along the way as we're finishing up today. What's one piece of advice you wanted to leave with every dad? Oggy Brewer Well, one of the things I was thinking about was when you have sons, you know they're carrying on your name, and they're going to carry that legacy on, and I want my daughters to do the same. I want them to carry the legacy of who I am on. And that doesn't mean they'll always keep my last name when they marry, but just in the way that they do life and the way that they connect with people and their faith. I want them to carry on the Brewer a legacy as all of their life. Christopher Lewis Oggy, if people want to find out more about you, about MoPo for Life, where can they go to find out more? Oggy Brewer Yeah, I have a website, it's called Mopoforlife.com. And you can get on that website and see what I'm trying to do. You can see my book, you can see the 365 day desk calendar and just look and see the things that are going on with MoPo. And that's MoPo. MoPo the number fourlife.com. Auggie, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for being here today. Christopher Lewis [00:23:13]: Thank you for sharing your journey with me and for all that you're doing to encourage not only your own kids, but all kinds of kids in your community to live their best life. And I wish you all the best. Oggy Brewer Thank you for having me on. It was fun to connect with you and thanks for the interview. Christopher Lewis If you've enjoyed today's episode of the Dads with Daughters podcast, we invite you to check out The Fatherhood Insider. The Fatherhood Insider is the essential resource for any dad that wants to be the best dad that he can be. We know that no child comes with an instruction manual and most dads are figuring it out as they go along. And The Fatherhood Insider is full of resources and information that will up your game on Fatherhood. Christopher Lewis [00:23:58]: Through our extensive course, library, interactive forum, step by step, roadmaps and more, you will engage and learn with experts, but more importantly, dads like you. So check it out fatheringtogether.org. If you are a father of a daughter and have not yet joined the Dadswithdaughters Facebook community, there's a link in the notes. Today Dads with Daughters is a program of fathering together. We look forward to having you back for another great guest next week. All geared to helping you raise strong, empowered daughters and be the best dad that you can be. We're all in the same boat and it's full of tiny screaming passengers. We spend the time we give the lessons, we make the meals we buy them present and bring your A game because those kids are growing fast. The time goes by just like a dynamite glass calling astronauts and firemen, carpenters and muscle men get out and be the one to now be the best dad you can be you, you're the best that you can be.

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-27

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 6:09


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

The Fire and Water Podcast Network

JLUCast is back, as Cindy and Chris discuss the Season 2 finale “Epilogue”! 65 years in the future, Batman Terry McGinnis deals with a startling revelation about his origins. The only person who can explain his true connection to Bruce Wayne is…Amanda Waller!!! Subscribe via iTunes or Spotify. This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK Visit our WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/ Like our FACEBOOK page - https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Like our FACEBOOK page - https://www.facebook.com/supermatespodcast Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Email us at supermatespodcast@gmail.com Clip credits: Clips from Justice League Unlimited “Epilogue”, music by Lolita Ritmanis and Kristopher Carter,  theme by Kristopher Carter.

Den of Rich
Владимир Кржевов: Объективная необходимость и субъективно обусловленные формы ее реализации в жизнедеятельности человека.

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2023 128:44


Владимир Кржевов - Доцент кафедры социальной философии и философии истории на философском факультете МГУ. Vladimir Krzhevov is an Associate Professor of the Department of Social Philosophy and Philosophy of History at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

The Fire and Water Podcast Network
For All Mankind #48

The Fire and Water Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2023 48:41


Rob and Super Friend Chris Franklin discuss the SUPER FRIENDS SPECIAL from General Foods! Plus another installment of For All Merchkind and Listener Feedback! Check out images from this comic by clicking here! E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow FOR ALL MANKIND on Twitter: @ForAllMankindSF You can find FOR ALL MANKIND on these platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/for-all-mankind-a-super-friends-podcast/id1481080710 Amazon Music Spotify Stitcher This episode is sponsored by InStockTrades.com! Opening and closing themes by Hanna Barbera. This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening!

For All Mankind - A Super Friends Podcast

Rob and Super Friend Chris Franklin discuss the SUPER FRIENDS SPECIAL from General Foods! Plus another installment of For All Merchkind and Listener Feedback! Check out images from this comic by clicking here! E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow FOR ALL MANKIND on Twitter: @ForAllMankindSF You can find FOR ALL MANKIND on these platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/for-all-mankind-a-super-friends-podcast/id1481080710 Amazon Music Spotify Stitcher This episode is sponsored by InStockTrades.com! Opening and closing themes by Hanna Barbera. This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening!

Den of Rich
Олег Минтуш: Несколько конфигураций понятия лидерства, чувство альфы, построение сообществ.

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2023 138:59


Олег Минтуш, запустил 3 успешных стартапа, Получил опыт Совета директоров в Чешской компании. Занимал позиции Топ-менеджера в корпорациях Сбер и МТС. Начинал карьеру в ИТ индустрии и получил сильную digital экспертизу. Сейчас ведет частные консультации по управлению бизнесом, выступает ментором ИТ-стартапов, а также создает глобальное бизнес-сообщество миссией которого являются развитие предпринимательских навыков и правильного управления бизнесом, через взаимный обмен опытом и практические бизнес-задачи. Oleg Mintush launched 3 successful startups and gained experience on the Board of Directors in a Czech company. He held positions of Top Manager in Sber and MTS corporations. I started my career in the IT industry and gained strong digital expertise. Now he conducts private consultations on business management, acts as a mentor for IT startups, and also creates a global business community whose mission is to develop entrepreneurial skills and proper business management, through the mutual exchange of experience and practical business tasks. FIND OLEG ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook | Telegram | LinkedIn ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz
The Balanced Brain w/Dr Camilla Nord, Neuroscientist & Author - EP.208

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2023 33:14


Feel Good From Within with Yvette Le Blowitz - #SPAITGIRL Podcast EP.208 - The Balanced Brain w/Dr Camilla Nord, Neuroscientist & Author A powerful reframing of mental health, grounded in cutting-edge neuroscientific research There are many routes to mental wellbeing and award-winning neuroscientist Camilla Nord is at the forefront of finding them. Dr Camilla Nord, leads the Mental Health Neuroscience Lab at the University of Cambridge, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, and she has a dual appointment as Assistant Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the Department of Psychiatry. Her lab investigates brain-body interactions in neuropsychiatric disorders using methods from cognitive and computational neuroscience. The Balanced Brain by Camilla Nord offers a revelatory tour of the scientific and technological developments that are revolutionizing the way we think about mental health, showing why and how events - and treatments - can affect people in such different ways. In The Balanced Brain Nord reframes mental health as an intricate, self-regulating process, one which is different from all of us. She examines a huge diversity of treatments, from therapy to medication, to show how they work, and why they sometimes don't. In doing so, she reveals how the small things we do to lift our mood during the course of a day - a piece of chocolate, chatting to a friend - often work on the same pathways in our brain as the latest pharmacological treatments for mental health disorders. Whether they help us to manage pain, learn from experience or expend energy on the things that are important for survival, these conscious actions are part of a complex self-regulating process that is unique to each individual and the constant backdrop to our everyday lives. Nord shows that, with so many factors at play there are more possibilities for recovery and resilience than we might think. The Balanced Brain is an invitation to discover pathways that make each of us feel better and to understand why. Yvette Le Blowitz Podcast Host talks with Camilla Nord Author of The Balanced Brain to find out The Science of Mental Health.  In Podcast Episode - EP.208 Camilla Nord shares: - a little bit about herself - insights into her book - The Balanced Brain - why is laughter good for us - is craving Chocolate bad for us - why did we experience depression during lockdown - why is Drive important when it comes to Mental Health - her own self-care rituals Plus we talk about so much more........ Get Ready To TUNE ------ Get Ready to TUNE IN  Episode 208 - #spaitgirl Podcast with Yvette Le Blowitz  available on Apple, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, Audible, Libysn - all podcast apps search for #spaitgirl on any podcast app or on google  -------- Available to watch on Youtube Channel - Spa it Girl or Yvette Le Blowitz Press the Play Button Below and subscribe ------ JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL BOOK CLUB Buy a copy of   **The Balanced Brain by Camilla Nord **pre-order through the spaitgirl podcast affiliated BookTopia link *any book purchase via this link will result in a small commission paid by BookTopia to spaitgirl **thanks for your support for more books search via Booktopia our affiliated online book store  *click here Hashtag #spaitgirlbookclub + tag @spaitgirl to share what book you are currently reading --- STAY IN TOUCH   Podcast Guest Camilla Nord Author of  The Balanced Brain  Email: Camilla.Nord@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk ------ Podcast Host  Yvette Le Blowitz  Instagram @yvetteleblowitz Website www.yvetteleblowitz.com Website www.feelgoodfromwithin.com Youtube Channel: Yvette Le Blowitz  TikTok: @yvetteleblowitz Become a Podcast Show Sponsor #SPAITGIRL  www.spaitgirl.com Email: info@spaitgirl.com Email: info@feelgoodfromwithin.com www.feelgoodfromwithin.com Support by Donating at GoFundMe -- JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL Community  Instagram: @spaitgirl TikTok: @spaitgirl Sign Up to my Mailing List: www.spaitgirl.com Sign Up to my Mailing List: www.feelgoodfromwithin.com Search for #spaitgirl on any podcast app, youtube and subscribe    HOW TO SUPPORT The #SPAITGIRL Podcast Show  Practice a Little Random Act of Kindness  - subscribe to the #spaitgirl podcast show on any podcast app or youtube channel  - leave a 5* rating and review  - tell someone about the #spaitgirl podcast show - share your favourite episode - tag @spaitgirl in your stories - hashtag #spaitgirl to share the show &  Together "Let's Feel Good From Within" and #makefeelinggoodgoviral Please note - Affiliated Links included in this spaitgirl.com blog post includes affiliated links with Amazon.com and booktopia.com.au- should you order any books from Amazon.com or Booktopia.com.au via the links contained in this blog post spaitgirl.com will receive a small paid commission fee from the online book stores.  Please note - The information in this podcast is a general conversation between the podcast host and podcast guest and is not intended to replace professional medical advice and should not be considered a substitute for medical treatment or advice from a mental health professional or qualified medical doctor or specialist.  Use of any of the material in this podcast show is always at the listeners discretion.   The podcast host and guest accept no liability arising directly or indirectly from use or misuse of any of the information contained in this podcast show and podcast episode conversation, or any trauma triggered or health concerns associated with it. 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Den of Rich
Роман Орленев: Как выглядит окружающая вас действительность из вашей психологической реальности?

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2023 121:30


Роман Орленев - Психотерапевт с экстрасенсорными способностями, сертифицированный специалист по работе с психосоматическими расстройствами, специалист проекта PSY2.0, член Национальной Ассоциации Специалистов по Психосоматике (НАСП), коуч, наставник, гипнотерапевт, регрессолог, расстановщик, квантовый психолог, полимодальный психолог, автор методов психотерапии и обучающих программ по изменению личности и саморазвитию. Roman Orlenev is a psychotherapist with psychic abilities, certified specialist in working with psychosomatic disorders, PSY2.0 project specialist, member of the National Association of Psychosomatic Specialists (NASP), coach, mentor, hypnotherapist, regressologist, constellation, quantum psychologist, multimodal psychologist, author of methods psychotherapy and training programs on personality change and self-development. FIND ROMAN ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook | Instagram | VKontakte ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

iCantCU Podcast
From Harrisburg to Hashtags: A Blind Podcaster's Unfiltered Experience

iCantCU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2023 62:20


In this episode of iCantCU, join me as I dive into the frustrating world of social media accessibility, or the lack thereof. I'm unpacking the challenges I faced while trying to post on Instagram and the glaring accessibility gaps on TikTok. But that's not all! I also share my experiences from the NFB of PA State Convention in Harrisburg, PA. You won't believe the disappointment I encountered at the Crowne Plaza – their efforts on the hospitality side of things were shockingly poor, to say the least. If planning an event in Harrisburg, steer clear of the Crowne Plaza. And there's more – I recount the chaos with Amtrak during our journey back to Philadelphia. Picture this: over 20 blind individuals trying to board a train, and a situation so intense that Amtrak staff felt compelled to call for backup. It was a mix of issues from both ends, and I'm breaking it all down for you.  Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/249   Links Mentioned That Real Blind Tech Show Episode 141: https://thatrealblindtechshow.libsyn.com/episode-141-fahrvergnugen-humanity  That Real Blind Tech Show on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/that-real-blind-tech-show/id1526258077  Andrew Leland's Book The Country of the Blind: A Memoir at the End of Sight: https://amzn.to/46z0qT7 (Affiliate link) Learn More About Descript The transcript from this episode is done using Descript. Squadcast is now part of Descript, and I'm excited to try it when recording an interview. Try out Descript for free at https://www.descript.com/?lmref=Yw2dhQ. This is an affiliate link, so I'll earn a commission if you pay for the app. Thanks! Support iCantCU When shopping at Amazon, I would appreciate it if you clicked on this link to make your purchases: https://www.iCantCU.com/amazon. I participate in the Amazon Associate Program and earn commissions on qualifying purchases. The best part is, you don't pay extra for doing this! White Canes Connect Podcast Episode 089 In episode 089, Lisa and I talk to Andrew Leland, author of The Country of the Blind: A Memoir at the End of Sight. Andrew discusses his personal journey of vision loss from Retinitis Pigmentosa. He explains why he included some history of the organized blind movement and assistive technology interwoven with his journey. He also describes how he was the one to read the book for the audio version.  Find the podcast on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/white-canes-connect/id1592248709  Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/1YDQSJqpoteGb1UMPwRSuI IHeartRadio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-white-canes-connect-89603482/ YouTube Https://www.youtube.com/@pablindpodcast White Canes Connect On Twitter Https://www.twitter.com/PABlindPodcast My Podcast Gear Here is all my gear and links to it on Amazon. I participate in the Amazon Associates Program and earn a commission on qualifying purchases. Zoom Podtrak P4: https://amzn.to/33Ymjkt Zoom ZDM Mic & Headphone Pack: https://amzn.to/33vLn2s Zoom H1n Recorder: https://amzn.to/3zBxJ9O  Gator Frameworks Desk Mounted Boom Arm: https://amzn.to/3AjJuBK Shure SM58 S Mic: https://amzn.to/3JOzofg  Sennheiser Headset (1st 162 episodes): https://amzn.to/3fM0Hu0  Follow iCantCU on your favorite podcast directory! Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/icantcu-podcast/id1445801370/  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3nck2D5HgD9ckSaUQaWwW2  Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/iCantCU-Podcast-Podcast/B08JJM26BT  Heart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-icantcu-podcast-31157111/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/davidbenj  Reach out on social media Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/davidbenj Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidbenj Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidbenj LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidbenj Are You or Do You Know A Blind Boss? If you or someone you know is crushing it in their field and is also blind, I want to hear from you! Call me at (646) 926-6350 and leave a message. Please include your name and town, and tell me who the Blind Boss is and why I need to have them on an upcoming episode. You can also email the show at iCantCUPodcast@gmail.com.  

Your Real, Your Ideal
AI & Cybersecurity: Safety First

Your Real, Your Ideal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2023 30:15


AI is here. There are some good ways to use it and our guest, Heather Noggle shares some cautions.  She also gives us some great advice on how we can protect ourselves, #1 multi factor authentication.  Helping us find a balance between fear and vigilance when it comes to cybersecurity. https://codistac.com/ Hashtags: #podcast #habits #consultants #productivity #values #happinessfactor #REAL Follow us: Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/yourrealyourideal/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourrealyourideal Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCAe2oZ53_s_WFyL0_7k21w Twitter https://twitter.com/YourREALidealEmail your suggested conversation topics and questions to YourRealYourIdeal@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yourrealyourideal/message

The Financial Planner Life Podcast
LinkedIn Lead Generation for Financial Planners

The Financial Planner Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2023 79:14


This week we are giving away some absolute GOLD on the Financial Planner Life Podcast as we speak with Paola Forsberg, Founder and CEO of Paola Forsberg Consulting Ltd, specialists in lead generation for the Financial Planning profession. Paola is a seasoned professional in the world of lead generation, especially around utilising LinkedIn to generate new business and establishing yourself as a key person of influence in a particular field. In this episode we go into great detail on how to soup up your LinkedIn engagement strategy, whether you're growing a network, searching for new clients, getting to know your target audience and developing relationships with relevant individuals. We discuss various techniques for growth, and the different methods for doing this including automation, direct messaging, following up and engaging effectively without wasting time! Paola is a firm believer in working smarter, not harder when it comes to utilising LinkedIn effectively, we learned loads from this episode, and you will too!   Time Stamps 00:00:00 | Intro 00:01:19 | Failed lead generation horror stories 00:04:34 | Paola's financial services experience 00:07:13 | Where to start on LinkedIn 00:13:59 | How to connect on LinkedIn 00:22:55 | Automation & idea generation 00:28:12 | Hashtags 00:31:23 | Effective ways to engage and build connections 00:38:23 | Outreach campaign tips 00:53:00 | Sales & marketing 01:05:37 | Target audience 01:10:30 | Investing in campaign tools 01:13:09 | Automated programmes 01:15:03 | B2B or B2C - Which one first? Be sure to follow financial planner life on YouTube for extra content about a career within Financial Planning HIT THAT SUBSCRIBE BUTTON! Below are some excellent links from our sponsor Recruit UK for any aspiring or experienced financial planners looking for new job opportunities or looking to get ahead in their career. If you're looking to start your career in Financial Planning, check out the Financial Planner Life Academy hereExperienced and searching for a new role within the financial planning profession? Click here for a free career consultation.Check out the 2023 Financial planning Salary Guide here. If you would like to discuss partnering with The Financial Planner Life for jobs, advertising, marketing or academies please reach out to sam@financialplannerlife.com or call 07854778712.

BullCast
Episode 181: BullTurkey Day

BullCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2023 26:05


Celebrate Thanksgiving with us in this joyous episode! Join us as we express gratitude and reflect on the essence of the holiday. We kick off the show by sharing our cherished Thanksgiving memories and engage in a lively round of "Would You Rather: Turkey Day Edition." Dive into the excitement of the upcoming football games, explore the financial aspects, and discover intriguing facts about this festive occasion. As we wrap up, we share heartfelt moments by going around the table, expressing kind words about the person seated next to us. A special thank you to our listeners — your continued support means the world to us! Hashtags: #happythanksgiving #turkeyday #bullturkeyday #pecanpieisthebest #wereallthankful Visit us online: www.bullcastpodcast.com Produced by Cameron Spann | Powered by Pickler Wealth Advisors Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-22

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 5:29


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

Hashtag Trending
Hashtag Trending Nov.22-Microsoft looks to fish OpenAI employees; Broadcom's acquisition of VMware to close; Musk launches what he calls a “thermonuclear” lawsuit

Hashtag Trending

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 5:58


Microsoft offers OpenAI employees to move over at their same compensation.  Broadcom's acquisition of VMware crosses the final hurdle. And more on the X files as Elon Musk lashes out at his critics with what he calls a “thermonuclear” lawsuit.  

Den of Rich
Евгений Калентьев: Алгоритмы индивидуальных автоматизмов, азбука эмоций, личный рецепт отдыха.

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 117:03


Евгений Калентьев - психолог, специалист по психосоматике. Это его основная деятельность, которая приносит доход. Evgeniy Kalentyev is a psychologist, psychosomatics specialist. This is his main activity that generates income. FIND EVGENIY ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram | Telegram ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-21

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 5:32


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

Hashtag Trending
Hashtag Trending Nov.21-ChatGPT thought it was dumb to fire Altman; Microsoft prevails; Over half of tech industry thinks AI is overrated

Hashtag Trending

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 10:10


Even ChatGPT knew that it was a dumb idea to fire Sam Altman.  Over 700 OpenAI employees call for board resignation. Microsoft wins big by hiring Altman. And maybe even a couple of other stories.   

The Fire and Water Podcast Network
Hyperion to a Satyr: Act 3, Scene 1 - To be or not to be

The Fire and Water Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 40:45


Hyperion to a Satyr - The Fire and Water Podcast Network's Hamlet Podcast - continues Siskoid's scene-by-scene deep dive into Shakespeare's masterwork, discussing the text, but also performance and staging through the lens of several films, television, comics and even a rock opera. In Act III, Scene 1, Part 2, the most famous speech in the English (or any) language - To be or not to be. Listen to the episode below or subscribe to Hyperion to a Satyr on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Credits: Theme: "Fanfare" from 1996 Hamlet, by Patrick Doyle, with clips from that film, starring Ray Fearon and Kenneth Branagh; and the 1948 Hamlet, starring Lawrence Olivier. Bonus clips: Hamlet 1996 by Kenneth Branagh, starring Kenneth Branagh; Hamlet 1948 by Laurence Olivier, starring Laurence Olivier; Hamlet 1980 by Rodney Bennett, starring Derek Jacobi; Hamlet 1990 by Franco Zeffirelli, starring Mel Gibson; Hamlet 2000 by Michael Almereyda, starring Ethan Hawke; Hamlet 2007 by Alexander Fodor, starring William Belchambers; Hamlet 2009 by Gregory Doran, starring David Tennant; and "To be or not to be" by Johnny Hallyday. Leave a comment, I love to read!

Real Black Consciousnesses Forum
JR Smith Confronts NBA Players About Black Control & Ownership! (David VS Goliath Revealed)

Real Black Consciousnesses Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 32:54


#jrsmith #nba #davidandgoliath Youtube link: https://youtu.be/-XUHGKiMee0 Podcast link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/32AUT9UvEJJjRx7am6fP9o?si=5zpXNaArQcuej0fHnsQn0w Join us as we have a conversation about the comments of NBA Star JR Smith as he confronts black NBA players about the money, fame, and power that they have by themselves! So, in this episode, we reveal the hidden message behind the David (Semite) and Goliath (Hamite/Black Person) battle, that has been taught for years, but not quite like this. Make sure you like, share, and comment! Thanks in advance! RBCF! Hashtags: #jrsmith #nba #k #lebron #lebronjames #basketball #cavs #collinsexton #lakers #larrynancejr #theland #ohio #defendtheland #basquete #cleveland #cavaliersbr #love #allforone #nbalive #gocavs #osman #dellavedova #clevelandohio #thompson #kingjames #cavsbrasil #anthonydavis #zizic #jordanclarkson #garland #noah #ham #shem #japheth #davidandgoliath #bhfyp #injunjoe #thesixmilliondollarman #david #inktober #goliath #art #bible --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/realblackforum/message

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-20

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 7:16


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

Hashtag Trending
Hashtag Trending Special Edition Nov.20- OpenAI CEO Sam Altman's shock firing

Hashtag Trending

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 10:45


In case you missed it, Sam Altman, head of OpenAI was fired late Friday. And that's pretty much what we'll be covering in this special edition.

Across the Sky
What to make of the 5th National Climate Assessment

Across the Sky

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 42:54


Yes, the planet is getting warmer. But what's happening in the United States specifically and what will the impacts be? The newly released Fifth National Climate Assessment is the most comprehensive report yet on how climate change is impacting the country. Dr. Jeremy Hoffman, the lead author of the Southeast chapter, joins the podcast this week to give an overview of the assessment. What is different about this report from previous ones? How do current and future impacts vary across different regions, industries, and social classes? Dr. Hoffman also discusses why there is reason for optimism as we move forward with tackling climate change. We want to hear from you! Have a question for the meteorologists? Call 609-272-7099 and leave a message. You might hear your question and get an answer on a future episode! You can also email questions or comments to podcasts@lee.net. About the Across the Sky podcast The weekly weather podcast is hosted on a rotation by the Lee Weather team: Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia. Episode transcript Note: The following transcript was created by Headliner and may contain misspellings and other inaccuracies as it was generated automatically: Southeast Braces for Rising Seas Sean Sublet welcomes climate scientist Jeremy Hoffman to Lee Enterprises Weather podcast Sean Sublette: Hello once again, everybody. I'm, meteorologist Sean Sublette. And welcome to Across the Sky, our national Lee Enterprises Weather podcast. Lee Enterprises has print and digital news operations in more than 70 locations across the country, including in my home base in Richmond, Virginia. I'm joined by meteorologist colleagues Matt Holiner in Chicago, Joe Martucci at the New Jersey Shore, Kirsten Lang this week is on assignment. Our guest this week is climate scientist Jeremy Hoffman. Jeremy got his PhD in geology with a focus in Paleo climatology at Oregon State University. And importantly, he is the lead author of the new Southeast chapter of the Fifth National Climate Assessment, which just came out this week. After several years here in Richmond at the Science Museum of Virginia, he is now working with Groundwork USA, a network of local organizations devoted to transforming the natural and built environment of low resource communities across the country. So we have got a lot to get to, with Jeremy in this episode. Guys, one of the things that I think was really good for us to point out was that we're hit with so many reports, right? This report comes out. This report comes out. We see this headline, that headline. This one is different. This one really focuses on specific sectors and impacts to all the regions of the United States. And Matt, you and I were talking, so many people were involved to get some good, what we call consensus opinions. Right? Matt Holiner: Yeah. This reminds me very much, if you haven't listened to our episode with Neil deGrasse Tyson, a great listen, but we talk about this with him, or he brought it up, how you want scientific consensus, you don't want the one person who has this one, probably that's not how science works. You want something that's been worked on and been looked at by a lot of people. And a lot of people worked on this report, and some of the most respected scientists in the country worked on this report. So this wasn't a report done by one person. And it's not just a few page report. It's very detailed, lots of people working on it to reach a consensus on what's happening, a scientific consensus. This isn't just an opinion, this is based on fact, and a lot of hours and a lot of people will put effort into it. Joe Martucci: Yeah, and you could check that out at NCA 2023. Globalchange. Gov. That's NcaTwenty. Globalchange. Gov. Yes. Usually when a number of people are saying the same thing, that is usually meaning that there is power behind this. What is in the report is factually correct, at least to the best of their abilities here. And this all goes into what I say a lot of times when it comes to climate change, let's just get the elephant out of the room. It is a big topic, that does get heated here. But the way to think about this is there are facts and forecasts about our climate changing world, and then there's what to do or not to do about it. And that's where your beliefs come in. There is a difference between what our beliefs are and then what is actually happening. So, as we learn here in the podcast, this is talking about the facts and the forecast part of it. What is actually the thoughts of the researchers in terms of what to do or not to do about it is not in this. That's for now, Congress and our elected, officials to decide on. And he talks about that in the podcast, so I'm looking forward to it. Sean Sublette: Yeah, he gets into a lot of that. They kind of outline some policy ideas, but didn't say we need to X, Y or Z. So without further ado, let's get right to Jeremy Hoffman, who's the lead chapter offer of the Southeast chapter of the National Climate Assessment. The fifth National Climate Assessment has been several years in the making Sean Sublette: Jeremy, thanks for joining us. This has been a labor of love, I'm sure. the fifth national climate assessment is literally years in the making. Talk a little bit about the genesis of the NCA national climate assessment. This isn't just another report that's out there, right? I mean, this is a congressional act, right? Hundreds of scientists are working on this. Jeremy Hoffman: Yeah. So, first of all, thanks so much, Sean, and your team, for inviting me to be a part of the discussion today. You're absolutely right. I mean, this has been a, ah, report that's several years in the making. First and foremost, the national climate Assessment itself is a congressionally mandated, production of the US government, of the US GCRP, or the US, Global Change Research program and the NCA Five, really began, back in the end of 2019 when the Federal Steering Committee that would be kind of running the show and pushing the report forward was established. And then by the middle part of 2020 or so, that's when the, lead authors were selected based on a public nomination process. so I was informed of my selection as the, chapter lead for the Southeast chapter, at that time, as well as, getting to know my coordinating lead author, Steve McDulty, who's the director of the Southeast, Region Forest Service. Steve, amazing career, has worked on basically every climate assessment, since they began, so he had been working on climate assessments since before I was born. So it was really great to have somebody with such experience helping me, get to know the climate assessment process. And so, by 2021, by the end of 2020, we had our chapter author team selected and established, and so then basically for the last two years, since that time, we've been doing, different drafts of the content of the fifth national climate Assessment. This has included an outline phase or the zero order draft. In early 2021, we got some, public feedback at that time, which was really great. We had, public engagement workshops that had visitors from all over the different, regions. We had, stakeholder, engagements as part of that process. And so we emerged with a really, kind, of bottom up outline of what the Southeast, the stakeholders and public and residents of the Southeast were really interested in and concerned about. SO Then there was a multiple iterative process, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th drafts, which, I believe the fourth order draft, went through, or the third order draft went through the National Academy's peer review process, as well as another public review, the Southeast chapter. We had, almost 100 public comments about our chapter draft, reflecting on the content and kind of pieces that might have been missing, as well as National Academy's review, which was three pages of a nearly line by Line review. And so, yes, this report is, the integrated effort of over 700 people, academics, professionals, climate, and resilience communicators. I mean, it is. The sheer number of people involved in the production of this from the NCA team side of things is immense. And then you think about the thousands and thousands of residents of this country that provided public review to the draft. This is not some flash in the pan kind of report. The state of climate impact and risk, science for the United States, that will be the kind of science of record that people can come back to again and again as they confront the risks of climate change in their communities, for at least the next five years, until the NCA six comes out. So, yes, it was a massive undertaking. It was such an incredible experience professionally, and I'm just so thrilled about the way that it's been rolled out to such public fanfare, around the country. Sean Sublette: Wonderful. Before I let the other guys jump in, I want to start at the very top. I mean, from what I've been able to tell, because I haven't gone through all of it yet. It's massive. It's kind of a reinforcement of things that we largely knew if we're paying attention. Right. but are there a couple of things that have come out in this version, NCA Five, that really stand out as bigger changes or more emphatic compared to NCA Four, whether it's in the Southeast or any part of the United States? Is there anything that really jumped out at you as a scientist? Jeremy Hoffman: Well, first of all, I think virtually across all of the regional chapters and even the sector specific chapters, almost without exception, virtually every way that we understand that climate change is happening has just gotten stronger, since NCA Four. Whether that be patterns, and trends in annual temperatures or our warm nights, indicators of heavy precipitation, indicators of rising sea levels. All of those things that we use as our indicators of climate change is happening now in the United States, virtually without exception, have all gotten more robust. So, as far as the framing around kind of content that's already been covered for the multiple other NCAs, this report very much focuses on, the fact that quite literally, how much more all of these things continue to intensify are entirely related to the choices that we make today. The human element about the uncertainty of what happens in the future, is really, particularly centered across all of the different chapters. So we're talking about, very much that what happens now has a direct correlation to what happens in the future. And depending on the level of global warming that we, experience and allow to happen, dictates the future intensity of the, climate indicators that we have already, seen change. Now, some of the particular things that I think, ah, are particularly noteworthy in the Southeast. I think the most alarming result is related to sea, level change. Sea level is going up, globally, because land based ice in the Polar Regions is melting and adding that water that was frozen into big, giant ice sheets that water is melting and going into the ocean. That raises, global sea levels. Also, most of the energy being trapped by the intensified greenhouse gas effect is being absorbed by the oceans. So the oceans are warming up. This is a really fascinating bit about water, is that as it warms up, it expands. You, can do this experiment at home, boiling water on your stove at home. You see that as it warms up, it's actually starting to take up a greater volume, over time. So we have those two things going on globally. But then when you look at the localized things, that can then further amplify global sea level rise that's happening throughout the Southeast, and really creating, a fairly, urgent need to confront these rising sea levels because we actually have a faster relative sea level rise throughout the Southeast. That drives our future projections to be much higher than the global average expectation. So things like excessive groundwater, know, in coastal, you know, Norfolk, Virginia has the highest rate of sealable rise on the entire east coast of North America, due to localized groundwater extraction, as well as things like the relaxation of the Earth's crust following the end of the last Ice Age. So this connects to things happening tens of thousands of years ago. But also there are localized oceanographic, changes that are ongoing that further amplify sea, level trends that we have in the Southeast. Now, what does this mean long term? By 2050, which pretty much a lot of the future climate projections that are seen in the report focus on more near term changes. So 2050 or so, sea level rise of 2ft is expected at a kind of intermediate to high range scenario, which seems to match the trends that we have detected already. So when we think about the amount of people that are moving under the coastline, the amount of things that we're building along the coast, the threats of a changing sea level, really become apparent through intensified amount of flooding related to hurricanes, to storm surges, even just sunny day or nuisance flooding going up, taking up more time, disrupting people's day to day lives on the coast. And we know that these flooding conditions disproportionately affect those without the resources in order to prepare for them. And that's what I would say is another aspect of this report that is centered throughout, the report in sectors and regional, chapters is that there is a disproportionate impact of climate change on poorer communities and communities of color that experience the challenges of climate change, first and worst, whether that's through their health impacts or to their livelihoods. This is a real theme across the report that you will see, ah, very much, highlighted across both sectors and regions. So I'd say, there are a few other things we can talk about for sure, but when it comes to the Southeast sea level rise and throughout the whole country and throughout the report, this focus on disproportionate impact, is really something that is a big change from NCA four with. Joe Martucci: Everything you said, right? Who is actually taking this information, making actions upon it? I know you said it's congressionally mandated. I don't know if you said this during the broadcast or just before, while we were off air. But who's taking this information? And what are the actionable steps that have been done based on previous climate assessments? Like, is this something that is actually being put to use in the United States? Jeremy Hoffman: So I find that, if you look up the citations for, the NCA, four chapters, they appear in all manner of different capacities, whether it's just public awareness. So, this kind of coverage, news coverage, making its way into the public realm, though, refining and defining new questions related to climate change impacts. So it further drives the research that is, working to illuminate more detailed, information, around climate change. But yes, we do see this making its way into decision making. And the biggest point about the national climate assessment is for it to be, policy relevant, but not policy prescriptive. So what's really great about these national climate assessments is that it is meant to just provide the information that can then shape those decision makers, plans for the future. I've seen it, make its way into, coastal resilience plans. I've seen the information and citations to previous reports, make its way into nonprofit community group kinds of presentations, whether it's, advocating for things like improved transit, or more shade in their neighborhoods. These sorts of documents, again, really find their way into a variety of different conversations, that I think just work to, establish a normalized set of data that we can use in those sorts of, discussions. And I think, it's been really amazing, the variety of different ways, that these reports have been, utilized. And I think that NCA Five, because of its real focus on finding ways to communicate with groups that maybe weren't aware that the national climate assessment exists. I am really excited to see it used, for other, endeavors, maybe more aligned with the humanities or social sciences, and understanding more about things like mental health and well-being where a hazard showed up, in the past. So, there's a variety of different things, from concrete climate related policy to, just improving the way that individuals and communities can talk about climate change in their own backyards. Climate change is causing drought and flooding in the United States Matt Holiner: And, Jeremy, I think one of the things that's, confusing for folks is when we're talking about climate change, we're talking about how drought is becoming more intense and occurring more often, and flooding is becoming more intense and occurring more often. And so then people are like, well, which one is going to win? Is drought going to win? Or is flooding going to win? And I think it's going to somewhat depend on where you are in the world about what is more likely. But when you're just looking at the United States, is there anything we could say by region about who is likely to suffer more from drought and who is likely to suffer more from flooding? Jeremy Hoffman: So the kind of traditional wisdom in the climate size community is that you get this pattern of the dry gets drier and the wet gets wetter. So, by. And the country itself tends to be divided about halfway between what's dry to the west and what's wet to the east. And we've seen that playing out, in the, precipitation related indicators of climate change anyway, the Southeast and the Northeast experiencing the more, robust changes to the intensity and duration and frequency of extreme precipitation. Changes to the annual amount of precipitation tends to be in those places that were already kind of wetter climates to begin with. And so when we look into the future, the more, clear patterns related to, extreme precipitation tend to fall along those same lines, where the Southeast and the Northeast continue to see this kind of increased, the duration and frequency of extreme precipitation events, overall. Now, on the flip side of that, we do see that in the Southwest, the projections of Dryness, become really, pretty substantial. The paleo, climate evidence suggests that we're already in an unprecedented amount of dryness and drought in that region and into the future. As the atmosphere becomes more thirsty, the soil is going to become more thirsty, driving these sorts of, additionally intense, trends, to, more drier and drought prone conditions. Now, when you start to zoom in on any one particular place, now we know how complicated rainfall is, we know how complicated drought is. But by and large, we can kind of think of this as being the dry parts of the country are going to continue to feel that dryness, and for every increased additional 10th of a degree from global warming, that gets more intense. And those places that see, extreme precipitation in the present and experience more annual precipitation in the present, that will continue to get, more acute, as, global warming continues as well. Sean Sublette: Jeremy, this is all so deep. We want to do get into a few more specifics. We will do that after we take a quick break. Every increment of global warming directly affects local impacts Sean Sublette: You're listening to the across the sky podcast, and we're back with climate scientist Jeremy Hoffman on the across the Sky podcast. He's the lead chapter author of the Southeast chapter of, the Fifth National Climate Assessment. So many times, Jeremy, we hear about tipping points and I worry that people are going to wake know they expect something a year from now and the country looks like that movie the day after tomorrow. It's really not that way. Can you talk through how this kind of works? In, other words, how does every 10th of a degree matter kind of walk through that a little bit? Jeremy Hoffman: Regarding impacts, first and foremost is like, while there's increasing amount of knowledge and a lot of open questions about these tipping points, it's much more, about what the long term, trajectory of our emissions pathways are and how that directly relates to the intensity of global warming. Because the intensity, the total amount of global warming that we experience then translates into how much more frequent does that, totally, unpredictable heat wave become, how much more rain is falling in that really intense rainfall event. And that's because the physical constraints of the atmosphere in many ways, and then how that cascades down into the really important impacts on people like, the design incentives that we use for stormwater or the, exposure of an outdoor worker to the extreme heat wave. So let me try and break that down a little bit. And the best example of this is the clausiest cleperon relation, the physical constraint of the atmosphere that, for every nominal increase in the temperature, there is about a seven. For every degree Celsius of warming in the atmosphere, that generally relates to about a 7% increase in the humidity content. So if you break that down into even smaller chunks, you can see how over every single increment of warming then is related to a corresponding and in Some cases accelerating amount of, additional water vapor that's in the air that then can be squeezed out like a bigger sponge over the same area that it affected before. And so what that means is for every degree of, warming, we have a corresponding increase of vapor. That means potentially a corresponding increase in rainfall, which we then have to deal with in our infrastructure, which was in many ways designed decades ago for a climate that no longer exists and will continually get further and further away as global warming continues. So we think about more rainfall affecting the storm sewers that were built in some places centuries ago. They, can't keep up with that rainfall. So that means a direct relationship between increments of warming to unprepared infrastructure and impact on humans in their day to day lives. So when we talk about this kind of like increments of global warming and how every increment matters, that's what we're talking about. We're talking about how the incremental warming relates to then the incremental, impact damage, suffering, and other outcomes that relate to human, experience of living in this country and definitely around the world. So, while again, there is an increase of knowledge and interest in these tipping points, what we have to recognize is those incremental increases in their direct relationship to the cost of our food, the amount of, infrastructure that we have to update, and the impact on our health systems when a more intense and frequent heat wave, happens. So, yeah, I appreciate that question, because I think it really is. People have to understand that link between a 10th of a degree and the hundreds of dollars that that might mean for their bottom line. Matt Holiner: And, Jeremy, as we work through this part, I kind of want to come in and focus on agriculture, because, boy, some of the people that are most vocal, about the impacts that they're seeing from climate change already are the farmers, whether they're dealing with drought or flooding, either one, they don't want to see. And also the changing of the frost and freeze times. And when should they plant their crops and when should they harvest their crops? Are there any developments in this, assessment as far as agriculture goes and the outlook across the country? Jeremy Hoffman: Well, absolutely. There is both an agriculture specific chapter, which I encourage people to go and read. Joe Martucci: Ah. Jeremy Hoffman: NCA 2023, Globalchange.gov. and there is also, agriculture finds its way into just about every regional chapter. For example, in the Southeast, we talk a lot about the unpredictability of rainfall. That tends to be the case around the country, where we have these rapidly changing conditions from very dry to very wet, or from very wet to very dry. And so what they do is to establish not only what the historical change has been, but what does that mean by the end of this century, 2070 to 2100, which I'll remind you, children born today will be alive in this time period that we tend to think about as very removed from direct human experience. My niece will be living in the Midwest as this occurs in the future. Anyway, these precipitation extreme changes become more acute the more global warming occurs. So, again, it's like, as we allow these larger increments and additional increments of global change to, occur, this directly relates to then, the unpredictability of these, precipitation events. Now, one of my favorite kinds of stories, from the Midwest and farmers, is that the majority of America's pumpkins come from the Midwest. I grew up in Illinois, in. So, you know, the pumpkin harvest in Southern Illinois, south central Illinois, is something that I got to see with my own eyes, and how, the direct relationship between precipitation extremes and the harvest of pumpkins threatens then the experience of having pumpkin pie, for Thanksgiving. So we think about, the relationship between, the importance of, having, reliable, and place based understanding of how these things will relate to, agricultural communities. Really underscores, the importance of the NCAA Five. Now for another example is, and you mentioned these changing freeze dates. You can think about the first time that a freeze occurs, which is kind of what we're waiting for, at this time of year, when will it dip below 32 or 28, for the first time, and then the last frost of the season occurring sometime between March and May, depending on where you live. And this really has a huge effect, especially in the Southeast, on fruits. So, everybody remembers the Georgia peach, and so peaches need a particular amount of frost, and cold days, in order to fruit successfully and flower successfully the following spring. And if the, freeze dates, this last freeze date tends to be moving earlier into the spring on average, that has a direct relationship then to the robustness of those flowers that then turn into the peaches should a weather event like a late season frost occur. So the, long term change of this last freeze date superimposed on still the weather events like late season frosts still occurring, put these really delicate and temperature, sensitive crops, at increasing risk. And that relates to, the agricultural community's economies. Place based and specific kinds of crop based economies are really feeling this uncertainty in both rainfall and, temperature trends overall. And when I think about, how that relates to a variety of our crops that, produce foods that I love to eat, including pumpkin pie, including peaches, it really becomes clear that climate change impacts on the US are really climate, change impacts at the grocery store. Joe Martucci: Yeah, you're making me think of, with the freeze dates changing and the frost dates changing. I've done some stories, here in New Jersey about how farmers are a little, definitely more uneasy going into the early spring, because while on average we're getting warmer, especially with those nights, it still only takes just one late freeze to really knock things out. They might be growing earlier, but then they get knocked out because of a freeze that happens in early May, let's just say. Also, I just want to throw this out. Know, I've done a podcast before, with Gary Pavlis. He's a wine expert here in New Jersey and talking about how the winery industry has actually flourished in New Jersey. Because you're able to grow those grapes further north in the state where it was one time, just in Cape May in New Jersey. Now it's gone further to the north. So it's just interesting how you, bringing in all the agricultural stuff. We'll get this podcast home here as a 365 view, 365 degree view of this. The National Climate Assessment is completely free and open to the public Joe Martucci: What are you most proud of the work that you and your team has done? And what do you hope that the American public can get out of this as we go forward into the next couple of years ahead? Jeremy Hoffman: Well, I think some of the most important information in the NCA Five is not related to the scientific observations of a changing climate. It's actually the focus on what an opportunity we have to completely and totally transform our energy system, which has immediate health related benefits for everyone in the country, but particularly those communities that are disproportionately exposed to things like air pollution. there's also the huge offset of future costs to things like our energy grid or our transportation infrastructure if we invest in it now, which means jobs, it means vitality for our local communities, it means new industries like you just mentioned, the wine industry moving further north. I mean, the transformation that our economy could harness through preparation and mitigation of future climate change, is just huge. And so how that relates to a more just and equitable, future for our country is something that finds its way throughout, the chapters, and the report writ large. And I think the most hopeful bit, to me is that everything that we've just talked about, as far as what the future means, is in our hands. Everything that's in this report about the future, everything is related to how we decide to move forward. Do we drastically and dramatically reduce the amount of heat trapping gases going into the atmosphere, driving global climate change, or do we delay, and wait and see, or not transform as quickly as we could, not realize all those benefits, not realize all that economic growth, all that, transformation of how, our country works, it's entirely in our hands. And I think I actually walk away from this report being proud of how hopeful it can be interpreted to be, and just what an opportunity we have, in order to adapt, to mitigate and build resilience, equitably for the changes in the future. now, I would say that also one of the proud moments, is just the breadth of content that we've been able to produce, from the equity focused, kind of outcomes to indigenous knowledge being, incorporated throughout, our chapter, and a focus towards the near term impacts of climate change. I'm really just proud of it all and hopeful, for what's possible in the future. Sean Sublette: Jeremy, this is so amazing. I appreciate your time, I appreciate your work. Let, people know where they can find the national climate assessment and that it's not some big document on a shelf somewhere. And where can people find out more about what you were doing right now, especially with Groundwork USA. Jeremy Hoffman: Yeah. So thanks, Sean. First and foremost, the national climate assessment is completely free, totally open, and ready for you to go read it. It's at NCA 200:23 Globalchange. Gov. And included on that, is a really interesting, interactive, data Atlas that you can go in and explore in a web based map platform what the future holds for your community at the county level. So go and look at the future precipitation, go and look at the future hot days. And involve yourself in this report, because if it is your report, it is our, scientific knowledge. Explore it. Now. There's also a series of webinars that will be coming up over the next few months and throughout 2024. So you can go to just globalchange.gov and look at the events page for NCA five related webinars. And lastly, my organization, the organization that I work with, Groundwork USA, Groundworkusa.org. We're an affiliated network of 21 place based environmental justice nonprofits that work to transform underutilized contaminated land in cities across the United States into green community assets that prepare our communities for the changes in climate that they're already experiencing while looking at the past and the history of those communities, to empower them to advance more equitable investments in climate resilience. So check us out. Get involved in your local community organization. And thanks again for the invitation. It's been a pleasure, Jeremy. Sean Sublette: It's been great having you again. Jeremy Hoffman is lead author of the Fifth National Climate Assessment Sean Sublette: Jeremy Hoffman, our guest on the across the Sky podcast. Lead chapter or chapter Lead, Excuse me, of the Southeast chapter, of the Fifth National Climate Assessment. Stay with us. We'll be back with more on the across the Sky podcast. Guys, that is a lot to digest for sure, but I've known Jeremy for a while and he is as thorough as anybody as I have ever met on this topic. One of the things that I really like, the way he kind of lays this out, is that, the decisions we make now will impact those for generations to come, including those of us with kids and hopefully one day grandkids. So there's a lot of opportunity here there's a lot of hemming and hawing about this or that, but there is opportunity. You know, I've talked to Catherine Hayhoe, who is also a climate scientist, and it's important to, as bad as some of this information can be to take in, we already have room for some optimism. Coal is already on the decline, especially domestically. So there's a lot of room for optimism going forward and a lot of opportunity to make things better in the years to come. Matt Holiner: Yeah, I did like how he used the word that he's hopeful for this because it's easy, and I've mentioned this multiple times when we've discussed climate change, it's easy to just focus on the negative and how bad things are and how we're just a mess and we're not getting anything accomplished. But this, assessment, this report is an accomplishment. We're coming out every five years. In the last five years, we've seen already what's happening because of climate change, the increasing number of billion dollar weather disasters. So we're already getting a clearer picture of what impact climate change is having. We're seeing it already, so it becomes easier to get a clearer picture of how things are going to progress in the future. We're getting a better understanding, starting to notices some differences, even region by region, in the US. So we're getting a better and better understanding of the science and what the impacts will be and the climate models are improving. And so we have a clear picture of what's going to happen and the impacts that are going to happen. And so because of that, we're getting, I think, more motivation. When you have more details and you have more information on this subject, more people can act on it. And that's still the missing part. We're making progress. Our amount of carbon dioxide emissions is dropping in the US. It just needs to drop faster if we want to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. And we're starting to get a clearer picture of what those worst impacts are. And I think this assessment, with so many people working on it, is a good resource for people who are still unsure exactly how is this going to play out. Just go to this report, it'll answer your questions and give you some ideas of what we really need to do to take action. That's the thing. Like take this report seriously and let's start making more progress. We're making progress, but let's make more progress. And this is a good starting point. Joe Martucci: And you know what, too, when it comes to a lot of the projections with climate change the next couple of decades are already baked in, everything between now and about 2050 or so. It's pretty much going to happen, here. So as he said during the podcast, our grandkids, our kids, I hope I'm alive in 2100. We're going to see. I would be 109 by then. I got a shot. But it's really that 2050 to 2100 time frame where these projections, are in a position where they can be altered depending on what kind of action or inaction we take, as a society. Sean Sublette: Yeah, so a lot of deep stuff to get into this week. But having said that, we should dial it back a little bit. Right, Joe? Let's do some stuff that's fun in the next couple of podcasts. Let's get on that. Talk to me, buddy. You got a palace Jersey that we need to talk to. Joe Martucci: Totally. Well, we're going to talk to somebody who's not far away from me in New Jersey. He is in Connecticut. We're talking with Joe Moravsky. Now, if that name sounds familiar to you, that's because he's on American Ninja Warrior. He's been on American Ninja Warrior for a long time on the hit NBC show. But he is also a meteorologist. That is why they call him the Weatherman. It's not just because they said, oh, that's a cool nickname. It's because he actually is a meteorologist. So we're having him on talk about, his love for weather and his time on the show here. That's going to be coming up on the 27 November here. And then on December the fourth, we're going to have one of my old Rutgers professors. So we have a lot of, we'll say mid Atlantic flair. The next couple of weeks. We have Dr. Alan Robock. He is professor, at Rutgers University, has produced a lot about climate, by the way, I should add. But he's going to talk to us about Bob Dylan in the weather because believe it or not, you can do a PhD thesis on Bob Dylan in the weather. And he did just that. So we're going to have, him to talk about that. Then as we get closer, to the end of the New Year, we have an episode, for you on December 18, ten things to know about winter. If you recall, our ten things to know about fall got a little contentious. We'll see what happens for the winter one. And then we're going to have our annual year in review that will come out sometime between Christmas and New Year's here. That's what we have going on, on the across the Sky podcast. If you want to chime in, you certainly can. We've got a couple of emails. We even got one phone call. But you can email us at podcast@lee.net that's podcast@lee.net and then in terms of giving us a call, if you really want to talk with us here, you can call us at 609-272-7099 yes, we. Sean Sublette: Used to call those voicemails back in the day, didn't we? Joe Martucci: yes, we did. Yes, voicemails. And also, when the hashtag was the pound sign. Sean Sublette: Oh, yes. Hashtag was the pound sign. The good old days. All right. With that, we will wrap it up for this week. Thank you so much, for joining us on the across the Sky Podcast. Have a great Thanksgiving. If you're listening to this before. Yeah, absolutely. So for Matt Holiner in Chicago, Joe Martucci at the Jersey Shore, Kirsten Lang on assignment this week. I'm, meteorologist Sean Sublette in Richmond. Thanks again for joining us, and we will talk with you next time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Den of Rich
Дмитрий Морошан: Переговорная психология, коммуникативная стратегия, манипуляция, токсичность.

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2023 222:24


Дмитрий Морошан - Основатель и управляющий партнер юридической компании "Морошан и партнеры". Бизнес-юрист, CEO, автор/писатель. Магистр права. Антикризисный управляющий. Несколько образований и специализаций. В 28 лет вошёл в топ-500 руководителей России по версии сезона Лидеров России 2019 года. Запускает бизнес проекты, сопровождает сделки, ведет и обучает переговорам, консультирует в развитии бизнеса, помогает решать судебные и досудебные юридические вопросы, не раз возглавлял бизнесы различных направлений. В качестве хобби выступал в театрах, издал фэнтезийный роман, готовит к изданию следующий. Профессионал в корпоративном праве, проектном менеджменте и переговорах. Юридический эксперт в прессе. Любит развивать, себя и окружающих. Dmitriy Moroshan is the founder and managing partner of the law firm Moroshan and Partners. Business lawyer, CEO, author/writer. Master of Laws. Anti-crisis manager. Several educations and specializations. At the age of 28, he entered the top 500 Russian leaders according to the 2019 season of Russian Leaders. Launches business projects, accompanies transactions, conducts and trains negotiations, advises on business development, helps resolve judicial and pre-trial legal issues, and has more than once headed businesses in various directions. As a hobby, he performed in theaters, published a fantasy novel, and is preparing the next one for publication. Professional in corporate law, project management and negotiations. Legal expert in the press. Loves to develop himself and those around him. FIND DMITRIY ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram | Telegram | Facebook ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: ⁠https://www.patreon.com/denofrich⁠Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/denofrich⁠Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/⁠YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/denofrich⁠Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/⁠Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

Rage Game Network Podcast
Pretty Boi Podcast Ep.21: Pokémon World Championships & D&D delays Deck of Many Things release

Rage Game Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2023 48:26


On this episode of the Pretty Boi Podcast, Pretty Boi Chris talks about the importance of gamer safety when it comes to Pokemon Go. We then downloaded all the files that we could as the Playstation 5 got an update. Then after the Break, we discuss the warm sandy beaches and the Pokemon Championship location for 2024 lastly we yell at a player and tell them to hold off on pulling a card as we learn that the Deck and Many Things is delayed. Articles: Mini Topic Articles: #1:  Pokémon Go player threatens to shoot another player https://gamerant.com/pokemon-go-player-man-gun-threat/ #2:  Amazon Primes's Fallout The TV Series gets a release date https://www.gameinformer.com/2023/10/23/amazon-primes-fallout-tv-adaptation-premieres-next-april   Main Topic Articles: Topic# 1: The Importance of Inclusive Gaming https://news.gatech.edu/news/2023/10/26/importance-inclusive-gaming Topic# 2: PlayStation 5 Update adds features https://gamerant.com/ps5-update-october-2023-patch-notes/ Topic# 3: Pokémon World Championships will return to the USA in 2024 https://www.dicebreaker.com/games/pokemon-trading-card-game/news/pokemon-world-championships-2024-hawaii Topic# 4:  D&D delays Deck of Many Things release https://www.dicebreaker.com/games/dungeons-and-dragons-5e/news/dungeons-and-dragons-deck-of-many-things-delayed-over-printing-defects Pretty Boi Chris' Game of the Week: Steam:  https://store.steampowered.com/app/2050650/Resident_Evil_4/ Website: https://www.residentevil.com/4/   What Games has Pretty Boi Chris been playing? •             Baldur's Gate 3 (PC) ·                The Outer Worlds (PS4) ·                Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (PC) •             Minecraft (PC &PS4) •             Hogwarts Legacy (PC) •             Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1&2 (PlayStation 4) •             Tom Clancy's The Division 2 (PlayStation & PC) •             The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PlayStation & PC)   Find RGN on Facebook, Instagram, Discord, YouTube and many platforms where podcasts are streamed. Other social media sites, that you can find Rage Game Network on include: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ragegamenetwork Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ragegamenetwork/ Discord: https://discord.gg/S6X4swcHCX YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFBjANe8Aa3YetTA6_IqYGg/featured Email: ragers@ragegamenetwork.com Website: www.ragegamenetwork.com You can find me (Pretty Boi Chris) on Facebook, Discord, Twitch and YouTube. I do play on the PC and PS4 as either Blahblah267 &/or Blahblah0267, so reach out to me and we can play any games you would like to play!!!! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Blahblah267 Discord: https://discord.gg/Gey8GxjsEf Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/prettyboichrisrgn YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYxsFnCxVGs0o5g5QkJQo5A E-mail: Blahblah0267@gmail.com   Hash Tags for social media: #Ragingout #Ragers #ragegamenetwork #RGN #Prettyboichris   Opening & Closing Music Deflector by Ghostrifter Official https://soundcloud.com/ghostrifter-official Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/-deflector Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/ItZMEV_Q2ww --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ragegamenetwork/support

THE EMBC NETWORK featuring: ihealthradio and worldwide podcasts
HOW TO ACHIEVE MORE BY DOING LESS WITH ZACH WHITE

THE EMBC NETWORK featuring: ihealthradio and worldwide podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2023 51:11


Zach White is a game-changing career coach for engineers. He has worked with hundreds of leaders at top companies worldwide to achieve breakthrough career success while avoiding burnout. Zach is the founder and CEO of Oasis of Courage, a fast-growing company with unique and proven coaching programs exclusively for engineering and technology professionals. He also hosts a top-rated podcast, “The Happy Engineer.”  As a coach for engineering leaders, Zach understands the journey firsthand, holding both a bachelor's and master's degree in mechanical engineering, and spending over a decade building his career in the Fortune 200.  Zach is now affectionately known as the World's Best Lifestyle Engineer, and your coach.   Links to his freebies: Coaching Website - https://www.oasisofcourage.com  Podcast Website - https://www.thehappyengineerpodcast.com  Podcast Mobile Listen - https://plnk.to/the-happy-engineer     Hashtags for YT:   #CareerCoaching #ProfessionalDevelopment #SuccessStories #TechLeadership #WorkLifeBalance

The Fire and Water Podcast Network
TreasuryCast 86 - Treasuries That Never Were

The Fire and Water Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 71:14


Rob welcomes back fellow network all-Star Chris Franklin to discuss the various DC and Marvel Treasuries That Never Were! Check out images from this comic by clicking here! E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow TREASURYCAST on Twitter: @TreasuryComics You can find TREASURYCAST on these podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/treasurycast/id1166726594 Amazon Music Spotify Stitcher Opening theme by Luke Daab: http://daabcreative.com. This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening! Go big or go home!

TreasuryCast
TreasuryCast 86 - Treasuries That Never Were

TreasuryCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 71:14


Rob welcomes back fellow network all-Star Chris Franklin to discuss the various DC and Marvel Treasuries That Never Were! Check out images from this comic by clicking here! E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow TREASURYCAST on Twitter: @TreasuryComics You can find TREASURYCAST on these podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/treasurycast/id1166726594 Amazon Music Spotify Stitcher Opening theme by Luke Daab: http://daabcreative.com. This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening! Go big or go home!

Courtney & Company
"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-17

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 4:56


Here are TODAY'S stories from Hollywood.

#PTonICE Daily Show
Episode 1600 - Your tribe dictates your vibe

#PTonICE Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2023 21:30


Alan Fredendall // #LeadershipThursday // www.ptonice.com  In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, ICE Chief Operating Office Alan Fredendall discusses how and why behind more carefully curating the digital & social media content you consume on the internet.   Take a listen to the podcast episode or read the full transcription below. If you're looking to learn more about courses designed to start your own practice, check out our Brick by Brick practice management course or our online physical therapy courses, check out our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION INTRODUCTION Hey everyone, this is Alan. Chief Operating Officer here at ICE. Before we get started with today's episode, I want to talk to you about VersaLifts. Today's episode is brought to you by VersaLifts. Best known for their heel lift shoe inserts, VersaLifts has been a leading innovator in bringing simple but highly effective rehab tools to the market. If you have clients with stiff ankles, Achilles tendinopathy, or basic skeletal structure limitations keeping them from squatting with proper form and good depth, a little heel lift can make a huge difference. VersaLifts heel lifts are available in three different sizes and all of them add an additional half inch of h drop to any training shoe, helping athletes squat deeper with better form. Visit www.vlifts.com/icephysio or click the link in today's show notes to get your VersaLifts today. ALAN FREDENDALL Team, what's up? Welcome to the PT on ICE Daily Show. Happy Thursday morning. I hope your day's off to a great start. Glad to have you here on the PT on ICE Daily Show. My name is Alan. I'm happy to be your host. Currently, I have the pleasure of serving as the Chief Operating Officer here at ICE and a lead faculty member in our Fitness Athlete Division. Leadership Thursdays, we talk all things practice management, small business ownership, and general leadership tips for all of you out there who are leaders in your own way. Leadership Thursday also means it is Gut Check Thursday. This week's Gut Check Thursday couldn't be more challenging but also simpler than getting out there and hitting a 5k run or if you can't run hit a 5k row. Great aerobic test. As I get more into endurance running, I would argue I've been learning to hate 5Ks the most if it's a really uncomfortable distance to settle into kind of a longer, slower pace of, you know, you're setting a good pace on the first mile. Dang, I'm almost a third of the way done. Second mile, third mile. can be quite an aggressive distance. It's the most commonly programmed CrossFit workout if that surprises you. I've posted some benchmark times as far as percentiles for both the 5k row and the 5k run to kind of compare yourself to where I stack up against the general population. So have fun with that one. It's good to test that at least once a year and see how your 5k has changed, especially if it's a goal for you to get your aerobic, your longer energy system a little bit more efficient, and specifically to get better at maybe 5k runs. Some courses coming your way. Before we talk about these courses coming up before the end of the year, I want to challenge you that if you are in the market for an ice course, and you're able to purchase a course before the end of this year, you should do that. Wink, wink, wink, right? There might be a change being announced soon that would make you regret not purchasing now. So you'll see that maybe an announcement coming soon. courses before the end of the year we're almost done we have some courses this weekend but that's probably too late for you we'll be off next weekend for Thanksgiving and then we have just three weekends left of live courses in 2023 December 1st through the 3rd that weekend you can catch Paul up in Bellingham Washington for dry needling upper body You can catch Zach down at his home base at Onward Tennessee for cervical management. Christina will be up in Halifax, Nova Scotia, A for Pelvic Live. Ellison will be down in Tampa, Florida for dry needling lower body. Cody will be on the road for extremity management out in California in the Bay Area in Newark, California. Brian Melrose will be in Helena, Montana for lumbar management. and Julie Brower will be on the road in Candler, North Carolina for Older Adult Live. That's right outside of Asheville. The weekend of December 9th and 10th, we have Fitness Athlete Live. That's your last chance to catch that course this year. That'll be with Mitch Babcock out in Colorado Springs, Colorado. You can catch Extremity on the road again, this time with Lindsey Huey in Fort Collins, Colorado. And Older Adult Live, your last chance this year will be in Portland, Maine with Alex Germano. And then our very last course of the year, of course, we expect nothing less than a person of Paul's caliber to be the last person working this year. He will be in Salt Lake City for dry needling his upper body. That'll be the weekend of December 15th, 16th and 17th. That's a three-day course. So if you're in a state that needs a lot of hours like Washington, or Maryland, that'll be a chance to catch a three-day version of that course. A course is coming your way from us here at ICE. YOUR TRIBE DICTATES YOUR VIBE Okay, let's talk about today's topic. Your tribe dictates your vibe. You've often maybe heard the other way around. Your vibe attracts your tribe. How you carry yourself, your personality, your values, kind of attract the people around you that are maybe in your friend group, your colleagues at work, that sort of thing. I want to talk about it from the other angle your tribe dictates your vibe, of the people you choose to follow, whether they're actual in-person people or specifically today's topic, of the people you follow on social media can really dictate not only how you feel about yourself, care yourself, but of what you might begin to spend your time and money on for the worse or for the better. So I really, really, really want to stress that social media, I think, is destroying our society for the worse. Certainly, it has value in things like this and sharing information and education. from one person to a large group of people. But I think overall, we can begin to follow people who appear really relevant to our lives. But actually, if we do a really deep dive, we understand they actually have very little in common with us. And then ultimately, at the end of the day, we're in charge of who we follow. Many of us are not on social media against our will. And so that the emails you subscribe to, the social media accounts you follow, all of this digital content that you consume can have positive or negative effects on you. And to really stress, if you take nothing else away from this episode, to be really diligent in the streams and feeds that you begin to curate as you begin to follow email newsletters, social media accounts, and the like. THE PITFALLS OF THE INTERNET: TALKING TOUGH & SOUNDING SMART The first point I want to make today is The pitfall of the internet, as it's always been since its inception of consumer-based communication, is that it's super easy to talk tough and sound smart on social media. We live in a very impatient, rapid-fire, fire-and-forget type of world now. You may not know, but certainly, if you work at all in customer service, you experience, that the average expected response time to an email or social media message is now 10 minutes or less by the average customer. That's a study from Forbes from this year in 2023. I could say a whole bunch of crazy stuff right now on this podcast. I could say it in a social media post and I would have almost no side effects come to me because our society now is so rapid-fire, so fast, so consumable that you would consume this. Maybe what I'd say you would resonate with, maybe it would make you upset. It doesn't matter because you will forget about it in three minutes when you scroll on to the next piece of content. on your social media feed or the next podcast episode that you queue up. The only regulation on what we say is from you all, from the consumers. What's noticeable on social media is that the people who tend to be the most aggressive and make the largest blanket statements are often those who do so without any sort of evidence or support. They're also not the people who tend to engage in the stuff that they create, right? They're very aggressive. They fire something out there. They know it might make you upset. You might actually make a comment. And that's kind of their goal, right? That drives their engagement up. That shows their post to more people. Maybe it further upsets people. It gets more comments. And what we need to realize is that cycle is kind of what fuels those people to have large follower bases, to be able to advertise different things to you. Hashtag, you know, ice barrel, try out your hashtag toe spacers, right? Those people are trying to strike a nerve on purpose to get more engagement, more followers, more followers, engagement equals I can make more money selling sponsored things to you. So we need to be aware of that trap that is out there for us on social media and be aware of the pitfall of the internet and social media itself of this very consumable temporary transient content and recognize if you're falling for that trap of if you are getting upset and making comment or if you're following people who make kind of outlandish, unsupported statements. If that makes you upset, again, the whole theme of this episode is why are you following accounts like that. YOU HAVE NOTHING IN COMMON WITH THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE YOU FOLLOW The second point I want to make of why are you following accounts like that is that you have nothing in common with the majority of people that you follow and obtain content from. You're making less money than you want to. You're working more hours than you want to. You're not feeling as physically well or as fit as you want to. You're not happy with how your body looks. Maybe you're not happy with how your marriage is going how you're raising your kids how your sex life is going, and how your postpartum recovery is going. You name it, you're being told that whatever is wrong with you, X is Y with you. Y is the solution, right? You are not having a good life because you don't wake up at 4 a.m. and do a 6-hour morning routine. You're not having a good life because you don't wake up and do a gratitude journal, use toe spacers, do yoga, meditate, do a cold plunge, or a sauna, or any of these other things that you're told are the difference between this apparently very successful person and you. But often when you do your research, when you look behind who are these social media influencers, you're often being sold solutions by people that are usually millionaires and who are usually millionaires, not because of the stuff they're telling you that they do, but because they're convincing people like you to buy the stuff that they're selling. And that's how either they are making their money or they're maintaining the level of income that they already have, right? Or maybe they started out in life and mom and dad footed the bill for college and for grad school and for their first house and they don't have a lot of debt and so they have a lot of extra time, they don't need to work as much to become this social media influencer and begin to sell you supplements and Toast Facers and all this kind of stuff. And the more you listen to those folks about what's wrong with you is that you're not consuming this stuff, the more money they actually make and the bigger that asymmetry actually comes. What's not said is that a lot of those folks have made their money by living what they're doing right now, which is a very imbalanced life of working more than you want to in order to try to pull yourself up the socioeconomic ladder. You're told that you're burned out or whatever and really the cause of their success is doing what you're doing right now and eventually getting to the point where their success comes to a level where they no longer need to work as much and maybe now they have more time to show you a video of them working out on the beach in Bali. And by the way, use my promo code Stephen10 for 10% off, whatever. And again, the more you consume that, the richer that person becomes. But at the end of the day, you do not have a lot in common with that person, yet you are trying to model your life after them, even though that's not how they currently live their life. And maybe that's not how they ever lived your life. These people are happy, healthy, and fit because they don't have to go to work anymore. Or maybe they never had to go to work. They can wake up and do their morning routine and go surfing because they're able to afford a full-time nanny to take care of their kids. Or maybe they don't even have kids and they get 12 hours of sleep because they have a night nurse. Or again, maybe they don't even have kids. And you get my point that they are living a very different life than you and maybe they never lived the life that you did. So it doesn't make sense for you to spend a lot of your time consuming their content and buying the stuff they're selling to somehow try to fix your life. Follow people who represent you, who represent your values, who are honest about where they made their money or how they got to the level they are at. I tend to follow people who are very upfront about how they got where they're at by pulling themselves up from being very, very, very, very poor, working a ton, and pulling themselves up the socioeconomic ladder. Is that ideal? No, but sometimes that is life, as true as it can be. And I resonate a lot more with those people who say like, look like this was the way that worked for me. It may not work for you. And I appreciate those people who are honest that look, it was a lot of years of 100-hour work weeks, working multiple jobs to pay off my debt to afford a house, to raise kids, and kind of get to where I'm at now. And I really, really appreciate that transparency, especially more as life goes on. So, what can we do about this of recognizing that Social media is meant to be fire and forget, instantaneous, consumable? It's meant to sell you things. It's meant to show people who maybe have nothing in common with you that you want to see yourself become only if you buy these products. If that's the way it's designed, what is the solution? CUT THE CORD The solution is to cut that cord, right? Take a serious examination of the accounts you're following, of the newsletters you subscribe to, of in general the content you consume digitally via social media, email, whatever, and stop following stuff from people who make it seem like the only reason you're not obtaining the fulfillment you want is that you aren't buying enough of the stuff that they're selling. Stop following accounts that tend to speak on best practices, but speak so dogmatically. Manual therapy sucks, it has no value. On the other side of the continuum, manual therapy cures diabetes, right? Stop following that stuff if you don't actually believe that stuff. Some of us follow that stuff just to watch the comments and watch people argue, or maybe you're even that person, spending your time that could be spent better elsewhere, arguing with people on the internet. I'll be very honest, I used to be that person. If you knew me a decade ago, I was that person. I was that person yelling at people on Twitter. and Instagram and all the other social media platforms, and I've talked about this before, one of the biggest shifts in my life was meeting Jeff Moore, our CEO, who one day sent me a screenshot of all these comments I was making, all this time I was spending on the internet, on social media, and just said, is this the best use of your time to advance the field of physical therapy? And of course, if you really ask yourself that question, then the answer truly is no. So stop following that stuff. Stop following those accounts. Stop following people who tell you that the way you're treating patients is wrong. If they are people who maybe don't currently treat patients or have not treated patients in a long time, five years, 10 years, 20 years, or maybe people who have never treated a patient ever, right, that person who went from PT school, maybe right to a Ph.D., or a consulting job, or to work for an insurance company as an adjuster, and has no actual real-world experience. Why are you following content like that? Knock that off. Follow people who are in the clinic every day, who are trying to make it all happen, who are trying to blend manual therapy, patient expectations and beliefs, and fitness-forward lifestyle, getting people loaded, getting people addressing their sleep and diet. Follow people who put out content like that, not content that maybe just makes you upset at the end of the day. Follow accounts that make your life easier. Follow accounts that give you resources that you can provide your patients so you don't have to work as much making that stuff yourself, right? Follow, obviously, I'm biased. I can't not have any bias here. Follow us, right? Go to PTonICE.com, click the resources tab, and look at literally an endless list of ebooks, workshops, of patient resources already created for you to make your job in the clinic easier so that hopefully you don't have to spend as much time making the money that you're currently doing. You don't have to work as hard doing it. Follow people in a manner that sees you working less and making more and not just buying more gadgets and $10,000 mentorship programs. THERE'S NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU And I think finally, what I want you to resonate from today's episode is to recognize deep down that there's nothing wrong with you. If you work more than you want to and get paid less than you think you should, you are not damaged. You are a normal American, right? 77% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. Half of all Americans work two or more jobs. It is totally common to work more than you want to, to try to get ahead. Again, some of us are trying to pull ourselves up a huge deficit, right? We're trying to close a large asymmetry. We're trying to go from the poor person who grew up in a trailer park to maybe the first person in your family to finish middle school or high school or undergrad and grad school and be the first person to own your own home and be the first person to maybe have a retirement account and actually be able to think about retiring. We're trying to pull ourselves up multiple rungs. And I think for most of us, we believe that working a bunch is not how we get there. And I think when, again, we follow people who are more transparent in how they have their success. You'll find that's how they also got there, right? They didn't toe space and cold plunge their way from the trailer park to owning their own home starting a family paying off their debt and being comfortable in retirement. So recognize that there's nothing wrong with you. CHALLENGE YOURSELF TO CURATE BETTER CONTENT Okay, challenge you. If you look at my social media account, if you look at my Instagram, you'll see I have tens of thousands of followers. I don't know who most of those people are or why they follow me. Yet, look at that ratio. When you look at the ratio of people who follow to followers, it is my belief that you should only follow people that you want to see content from. What you'll see when you look at my account is that I only follow a couple hundred people, right? I follow close friends and family members. and people that I want to see content from. Again, my goal with social media is to curate a feed that makes my life easier with different tips and tricks about physical therapy, coaching, leadership, business, about all the different spheres I'm involved in. That's how I curate my social media feed. I don't follow people back who follow me if I don't think they post any content, that's certainly possible, or content directly relevant to me. And I think it's okay if you have to unfollow those people. Some people may think that means they follow you. Well, hopefully, they follow me because they find value in what I post and I think it's okay to not reciprocate if you don't feel the same way. I'm sure the people who follow me that I don't follow are nice upstanding people who treat their spouses and their children well hold the door for people to pay their taxes on time and leave a nice tip at the restaurant for the waitstaff, right? Not saying there's anything wrong with them. It's just I don't believe that the content they create is beneficial to me, and otherwise, it just becomes an endless blob of noise that maybe as you start to follow and compare yourselves to, you start to feel bad about yourself. So take a step back. Why am I following these people? Is it beneficial to me? It's okay to unfollow people, I promise you. I'm giving you permission, I'm giving you the blessing to do so. Cut that cord, recognize that you don't have as much in common with most of the people that you follow, as you think you do, and recognize that a lot of those people are relying on showing you this grandiose awesome life in order to sell you stuff so that they can continue to live that awesome life of working out on the beach in the Caribbean and living in their mansion in Costa Rica and using dye-free detergent and eating organ meat and all the stuff you're told is the reason that you're not doing as well as you need to. Consider, that your tribe dictates your vibe. Who you follow can really make your day or ruin your day. It can make you feel bad about yourself. You could get caught comparing yourself. So just knock it off. Cut that cord. Hope you have a fantastic Thursday. Have fun with Gut Check Thursday. We're going to be at a live course this weekend. Enjoy yourselves. I'll be back here on Thanksgiving Day. So I'll see you all on Thanksgiving Day. If you won't be joining us, I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Have a great Thursday. Have a great weekend. Bye, everybody. OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT on Ice daily show. If you enjoyed this content, head on over to iTunes and leave us a review, and be sure to check us out on Facebook and Instagram at the Institute of Clinical Excellence. If you're interested in getting plugged into more ice content on a weekly basis while earning CEUs from home, check out our virtual ice online mentorship program at ptonice.com. While you're there, sign up for our Hump Day Hustling newsletter for a free email every Wednesday morning with our top five research articles and social media posts that we think are worth reading. Head over to ptonice.com and scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up.  

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Hyperion to a Satyr: Act 3, Scene 1 - Briefings

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2023 29:04


Hyperion to a Satyr - The Fire and Water Podcast Network's Hamlet Podcast - continues Siskoid's scene-by-scene deep dive into Shakespeare's masterwork, discussing the text, but also performance and staging through the lens of several films, television, comics and even a rock opera. In Act III, Scene 1, Part 1, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern brief the King and Queen, then Ophelia is given instructions for her upcoming meeting with Hamlet. Listen to the episode below or subscribe to Hyperion to a Satyr on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Credits: Theme: "Fanfare" from 1996 Hamlet, by Patrick Doyle, with clips from that film, starring Ray Fearon and Kenneth Branagh; and the 1948 Hamlet, starring Lawrence Olivier. Bonus clips: Hamlet 1996 by Kenneth Branagh, starring Derek Jacobi, Timothy Spall and Richard Bryers; Hamlet 1980 by Rodney Bennett, starring Geoffrey Bateman and Patrick Stewart; Hamlet 2000 by Michael Almereyda, starring Steve Zahn, Dechen Thurman and Diane Venora ; Hamlet 2007 by Alexander Fodor, starring Lydia Piechowiak; and Hamlet 2009 by Gregory Doran, starring Penny Downie. Leave a comment, I love to read!

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"Hollywood Hashtag" for 11-16

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2023 5:44


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FW Team-Up: Spider-Man and Moon Knight

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2023 71:28


Siskoid and Shag's coverage of Marvel Team-Up continues with issue #144 (August 1984) by Cary Burkett, Greg LaRocque and Mike Esposito, and starring Spider-Man and Moon Knight! Listen to the Team-Up below, or subscribe to FW Team-Up on Apple or Spotify! Relevant images and further credits at: FW Team-Up Supplemental This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK! Visit our WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/ Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Subscribe via iTunes as part of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK. And thanks for leaving a comment!