I think I’ve always wanted to be a more anal person than I actually am. I’ve tried to be the person who puts every task immediately into an app, schedules it, and adds the perfect emoji (the important part.) I allowed myself to obsess over minimalism and Marie Kondo, trying to transform my home into the clean white soulless void of an Apple store. I feel in love with the ideas of Zettlekasten and Roam Research where every fart and hiccup in my brain is meticulously connected to all the others like a perfect meth-smoking spider’s web. I wanna meditate every day, take clod showers, get in my reps, nail my macros, and hustle hustle hustle. I want to use footnotes. But honestly, I just don’t give that much of a fuck about any of it. My real life is a maelstrom of monotony and chaos. I spend my days reading books, scribbly sloppy notes on paper, and hoping I can read them when I sit down to right one of these posts. I count days by how many clean pairs of underwear I have left until I’m forced to do laundry. My living space leans more towards piles than it does toward organization. My analytical mind is easily distracted by emotion, novelty, cartoons, and hormones.Oh well. That’s who I am. I improve what I can, and move along with the rest.As I write this I’m watching the screen saver on my Apple TV as it shows slow-motion drone footage of people on a beach and carnival rides on a pier (likely Santa Monica.) I hate the way it makes me feel. I look at it and I don’t see tomorrow. I don’t think “I can’t wait to go to the beach again.” I look at it and I see the past. I see something lost. I see a world that feels like something we may never make our way back to. I’m sure you feel it too. It’s not every day, but it’s there: the part of our brain that wonders if hugging, and crowded festivals, and movie theaters will ever feel normal again. Or will the trepidation and caution forever follow us?Oh well. That’s life. Improve what we can, and move along with the rest.“there’s a gun in the room”I’m sure you noticed the audio file above. I’m sure some of you thought it was a podcast. I wonder how many of you were unable to scroll onward without clicking it first. I would have.I’ve been playing my guitar a lot recently, and have been sending 1-2 minute little pieces to my friend Johnny (who will probably be the first person to open this and read it. Hi Jon.) I went down a rabbit hole for an hour the other day looking at looping pedals until it hit me: “I have an iPhone.” So I’ve been screwing around with laying guitar pieces in Garageband for iOS.The audio above is one of those pieces. I like playing with dissonance—which can come across as jazz. I think to some degree it does here, which is why I tried to play with the timing in each guitar line (of which there are five,) and make it feel a little broken and discombobulating. In the lead line, I even threw in a bend (which is more blues than jazz.) And the keys for each line are different. I wanted to see how they would weave together, going in and out of harmony.All of this was going through my head but don’t get the idea that I was sitting and planning out every note. I’ve always been more instinctual than technical. I think the reason I’ve never been the kind of guitar player who can sit down and strum an Eagles song or solo like Slash is that music is more of an experiment for me. “What happens is if do this and do this?” This often leads to awful results (the song above might be an example of that to you.) It’s not about writing songs, it’s about exploration. It’s curiosity not product. Charlie Kaufman not Aaron Sorkin.Almost everybody knows by now how much I love the Rolling Stones, but I’ve never been interested in making music that sounds like the Stones (in fact I’ve never even bothered to learn how to play any of their songs.) My own music always veers more towards Sonic Youth, John Cage, Captain Beefheart, Harry Partch, everything post-punk, and The Velvet Underground. Somehow, even I forgot about that.I intend to explore my weirdo nature more. Expect more broken music.the velvet undergroundSpeaking of music, I finally sat down and watched the Apple TV+ documentary on The Velvet Underground. I loved it. It’s exactly what I needed. I’m glad Todd Haynes was the one who directed this. The standard music documentary format would have been very un-Velvet Underground. I can think of no better director than Haynes whose first film was the Karen Carpenter story told via Barbie dolls. His use of split-screen here makes sure that nothing ever feels standard or boring (especially at the beginning where he uses Warhol’s copious footage of the band members staring non-stop into the camera.)La Monte Young & John Cale were creating drones (referring to long musical notes, not the flying quad-copters that watch you when you’re naked in the swimming pool.)We found that the most stable thing we could tune to was the 60 cycle hum of the refrigerator because 60 cycle hum was, to us, the drone of western civilization. — John CaleI’ve long been fascinated by the drone of the microwave often harmonizing my voice to it as I waited for something to cook.I looked up La Monte Young but couldn’t find any recordings of him. I did find Noël Akchoté playing guitar arrangements of some of his compositions.The bass line for “The Ostrich” by The Primitives (basically Lou Reed, John Cale, and some friends) sounded really familiar.Then I placed it. It seems Sebadoh borrowed it for “Flame.”christineI read Christine by Stephen King. I’m a latecomer when it comes to King. Before this year the only thing by him I had ever read was On Writing. Having read The Shining earlier this year and now having read Christine, I think I’ve discovered what makes King such a tremendous writer. He does the work. Stephen King comes up with the most ridiculous concepts (teenage nerd falls in love with a dilapidated car which over time possesses him,) yet rather than descending into camp, he accepts the concepts. He doesn’t criticize the ideas, he embraces them and embodies them. “If this was real, what would it look like.” He fills the books with so much character and detail that even the most absurd concepts become legitimate.the righteous mindI read The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt. Here are some key points:People bind themselves into political teams that share moral narratives. Once they accept a particular narrative, they become blind to alternative moral worlds.We have intuition (the elephant) and reasoning (the rider.) The rider is not in control like a pilot is over a plane; the rider serves mostly to understand the actions of the elephant. Our reason writes the story of our intuitive action. Rather than appealing to someone’s reasoning (as we normally do,) we should find a way to appeal to their intuition. Lead the elephant and the rider comes along.The foundations of morality:care/harmliberty/oppressionfairness/cheatingloyalty/betrayalauthority/subversionsanctity/degradationThe liberal foundation favors care, liberty, and fairness with care being the most favored. The libertarian foundation favors liberty & fairness with liberty being the most favored. The conservative foundation favors all six equally.Nonetheless, if you are trying to change an organization or a society and you do not consider the effects of your changes on moral capital, you’re asking for trouble. This, I believe, is the fundamental blind spot of the left. It explains why liberal reforms so often backfire, and why communist revolutions usually end up in despotism. It is the reason I believe that liberalism—which has done so much to bring about freedom and equal opportunity—is not sufficient as a governing philosophy. It tends to overreach, change too many things too quickly, and reduce the stock of moral capital inadvertently. Conversely, while conservatives do a better job of preserving moral capital, they often fail to notice certain classes of victims, fail to limit the predations of certain powerful interests, and fail to see the need to change or update institutions as times change.media biasAfter reading all of these political books I’ve been thinking a lot about the inherent biases of our media sources. In the process, I discovered this tremendous website called Media Bias / Fact Check. You can look up any media source and it will show you it fits on the left/right spectrum as well as the factual/not factual spectrum.Personally, I like to get differing perspectives (without dipping into extremism and outright falsehoods.) Some of my favorite media sources are: Reuters: least biased / very high factualThe Economist: least biased / high factualThe Christian Science Monitor: least biased / high factual Newsweek: left-center / high factual Business Insider: left-center / high factual Texas Monthly: left-center / high factual The Wall Street Journal: right-center / mostly factualThe Spectator World: right-center / mostly factualReason: right-center (libertarian) / high factualbtwI had intended to write a bunch more but this is so long already. I think I will post a supplemental in a few days. If I continue writing as much as I have been lately, then this may become ongoing (no promises.)debatable ideasDebatable Ideas is a weekly curation of the ideas that stand out to me from the week. That can mean something I see truth in, something worth contemplating, something questionable, something I'm bothered by, something ridiculous, something that I think is false, or something that will make you shake your phone like you caught a snake while waiting in line at Starbucks. It's up to you to decide what you think—and politely discuss in the comments.The ideas are numbered for easy reference. addition, if you run across any fascinating, horrifying, insane, bonkers, and entertaining ideas, please direct me to them in the comments.Judaism was the foundation of my childhood. As a child, I attended Jewish day school and Jewish summer camp and regularly celebrated Shabbat and the Jewish holidays. Some of my most enduring childhood memories are at the Shabbat dinner table, where my parents and their friends would discuss world affairs and important societal issues. There were always multiple viewpoints expressed. My mother is a rabbi, and my parents always taught us that such disagreements were the essence of living Jewishly—to argue, as the rabbis taught, for the sake of heaven. Jew vs. JewInformation vacuums are common in breaking-news events in the social-media era. In the early moments after a mass shooting or a natural disaster, or in the unknown moments after the polls close but before votes are tabulated in an election, there is a higher demand for definitive information than there is supply. These moments offer propagandists, trolls, pundits, politicians, journalists, and anyone else with an internet connection the opportunity to fill that vacuum with … something. It’s a treacherous situation, where rumor, speculation, and disinformation have the power to outpace verified information. Traditional breaking-news events tend to have a short half-life but, as we’ve found with COVID coverage, information gaps can last weeks or months. Sometimes, the definitive information we want (when will the pandemic end?) is basically unknowable, or too hard to pin down. The Omicron Information VacuumThe collapse is inevitable: Virtually every world power that ever existed has eventually declined, failed, and disappeared. The Soviet Union had survived for nearly 70 years, the British Empire for more than 400, and ancient Egypt for almost 30 centuries. But even though the land of the pharaohs was long crowned with success, its decline and destruction were unstoppable. History tells us it’s not a question of whether a world power will eventually be destroyed but rather a question of when. Secrets and Lies That Brought Down Empires // Ideas and Discovery Magazine - Dec 2021In other words, pretty minimal changes to get a tractor working on Mars. So if you want to imagine the future in ten years, picture a big Martian construction site busy with people in spacesuits driving John Deere tractors around. It is, in other words, frontier work. The aesthetics of human space colonization is Firefly, or the grit of the original Star Wars, not the sleek bureaucratic competence of Star Trek. NASA and SpaceX are establishing the first Martian city by 2030 Get full access to Graphorrhea at cahall.substack.com/subscribe
For this listener success story we talk with Haynes Riddle who put down an absolute giant of a public land buck here in Alabama! Join our patreon or visit our partners here: https://linktr.ee/SoPartners Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today I am talking about all things wine with Robert Haynes (IG: @robahaynes). Rob has built a career around wine and all things food and beverage. From working at numerous vineyards in California, to managing restaurants and developing bar menus, to now running his own beverage company. The conversation got much more entraining as the glasses of wine were filled and subsequently emptied by both he and I.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrgoodlycooks/Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrgoodlycooksBlog: https://foodislovemadeedible.com/Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.orgIntro & Outro music provided courtesy of Keith Frank and The Soileau Zydeco BandAs always thank you for taking a bit of time out of your day and spending it with me.Ben
Ryan Patrick is a former United States Attorney for the Southern District of Texas. He also has experience as a state prosecutor and state judge. He currently is a partner with the law firm Haynes and Boone in Houston, Texas.https://www.haynesboone.com/people/patrick-ryanIn this episode, we discuss:The difference between a good investigator and a great investigatorThe biggest learning curve as a state court judgeHow an expert witness can damage their credibilityThe process to become an United States AttorneySupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fraudfighter)
Matthew Durdin asks farmers Chris Carroll, Ben Haynes and Jerry Allen Newby what they are thankful for as we celebrate Thanksgiving. Also, Mitt Walker takes a moment to reflect on our 100-year anniversary.Be sure to check out Alabama Ag Credit and Alabama Farmers Federation.
In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Keeda Haynes, the author of “Bending the Arc: My Journey from Prison to Politics”. Keeda Haynes supports state and local advocates advancing sentencing reforms and challenging collateral consequences, with a focus on state campaigns to restore voting rights to all justice-involved people. She is also an experienced criminal defense attorney and formerly incarcerated advocate. In 2020, Haynes ran for Congress for the 5th district in Tennessee. Visit our website: https://lithub.com/story-type/keen-on/ Email Andrew: email@example.com Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankeen/ Watch the show live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lithub Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LiteraryHub/videos Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://andrew2ec.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Douglas M. Haynes is the inaugural UCI Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity. Haynes leads a comprehensive effort to establish UCI as a national leader and global model of inclusive excellence. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Season Five is just around the corner. We're kicking off with an episode called Blue Murder On The Golden Mile. It's a killer tale set in 1926 and it takes us inside what was then the most intensive manhunt and homicide trial in Western Australian history. One of the main characters in Blue Murder On The Golden Mile is a brilliant barrister named Arthur Haynes. I featured Haynes two years ago in the episode Murder On The Dance Floor, which was set in 1925 in Perth.So, ahead of Season Five, I've dusted off this two-parter in case you haven't heard the story — and want a bit of an idea of just how formidable Arthur Haynes was a defence lawyer. Here's the gist of Part Two:There was no doubt Audrey Jacob had shot Cyril Gidley dead in front of hundreds of people during a charity dance at Perth's Government House. But why had she killed him and was she guilty of murder? The final instalment of this episode takes us inside one of Australia's most extraordinary trials—and beyond to a second murder, the tragic downfall of a business titan and across the world to the Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam War and Carter White House. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Season Five is just around the corner. We're kicking off with an episode called Blue Murder On The Golden Mile. It's a killer tale set in 1926 and it takes us inside what was then the most intensive manhunt and homicide trial in Western Australian history. One of the main characters Blue Murder On The Golden Mile is a brilliant barrister named Arthur Haynes. I featured Haynes two years ago in the episode Murder On The Dance Floor, which was set in 1925 in Perth. So, ahead of Season Five, I've dusted off this two-parter in case you haven't heard the story — and want a bit of an idea of just how formidable Arthur Haynes was a defence lawyer. Certainly, if you were charged with murder back in the day in WA, he was the man you wanted on your side.Here's the gist of Part One:In 1925 beautiful young Audrey Campbell Jacob shot a young man dead in front of hundreds of revellers during a charity dance in the ballroom of Government House in Perth — and the court case that followed the crime was every bit as shocking. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Captain is joined by Welsey Haynes, to discuss NIL and how it effects the ecosystem of College Athletics. Also, Rick shares another great place to eat, On The Road with Rick and hops back up on the old Soapbox with a “small suggestion” for airplane pilots.
Todd Haynes is co-host Dolores McElroy's “favorite living director” for his films' “meticulousness” and “visual splendor,” but above all the way he loves his subjects and makes them “vibrant and romantic”! Dressed for life at the front of a classroom, Haynes always projects the air of a nice, well-adjusted teacher--and indeed, he figured he'd wind up as a teacher who made experimental films on the side. But he made a splash in the late 1980s film world with his surprisingly moving film Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story, done in stop-motion animation using Barbie dolls as his cast, quickly became a leading light of the New Queen Cinema movement with his film Poison under conservative right-wing attack, and he's been with us as a fascinating filmmaker ever since, with films as varied in content and approach as Safe, Far From Heaven, I'm Not There, Mildred Pierce, Carol, Wonderstruck, Dark Waters, and the new documentary The Velvet Underground. [MIND THE GAP: We got so embroiled in talking about Haynes, we talked right through a gap in the sound around the ten-minute mark. Just keep on listening, we come back strong!]
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Andre Haynes is no stranger to the Todd Capital Fam , we featured him on episode 155 and he is back in this special Options Conversations Pod w/ Todd Capital. Buckle Up, it's full of Wow Moments! You can find Andre on IG @renaissance125 Sponsor Fam: Todd Capital Options Course: https://gumroad.com/l/bOUnl/milli Todd Capital Vending Course: https://gumroad.com/l/EwSkk/First Todd Capital - gumroad.com/toddcapital TC Investment Club slack: launchpass.com/p/tcinvestmentclub Invest with Teri - www.investor101.org Notary: millinotarypromo.com Charm City Buyers: charmcitybuyers.samcart.com/referral/sl…0LTkir6iaRh Hood Estates Trucking: bit.ly/2JQQnlZ Hood Estates Elite Real Estate: bit.ly/2HCXD25
Join SP3 & Miss Krssi Luv as they are joined by special guest Cassidy Haynes of bodyslam.net and discuss the latest wrestling news including: This week's shocking WWE releasing 18 superstars including Keith Lee, Nia Jax, Karrion Kross, Scarlett, Ember Moon and more! Welcome to the Tru Heel Heat Wrestling YouTube channel where we cover the sport of professional wrestling including all WWE TV shows (Raw, Smackdown, & NXT), AEW Dynamite/Dark, IMPACT Wrestling, NJPW, ROH, Dark Side of the Ring and more. Our weekly podcast hosted by SP3, Top Guy JJ & Miss Krssi Luv breaking down the weekly wrestling news and present unfiltered, honest thoughts and opinions for wrestling fans by wrestling fans, drops every Saturday. We also include PPV reviews, countdowns, and exclusive interviews with wrestlers from all promotions hosted by a wide range of personalities such as Romeo, Chris G, Ness, StatKing, Drunk Guy JJ, J-News and more. Subscribe and enable ALL notifications to stay posted for the latest wrestling WWE news, highlights, commentary, updates and more. Become a member of Tru Heels Facebook community: www.facebook.com/groups/1336177103130224/ Subscribe to Tru Heel Heat on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0AmFQmsRyQYPKyRm5hDwNg Follow Tru Heels on Twitter: twitter.com/truheelheat Follow Tru Heels on Instagram: www.instagram.com/truheelheat/ Music composed by JPM
Joshua Haynes is an investor and founding partner of the world's first mental wellness impact fund, Masawa. After beginning his career in business, innovation and entrepreneurship, and following time working for the Obama administration, Joshua founded Masawa, based on his own mental health journey. We talk about how his childhood poverty led him to develop coping mechanisms that led to unhealthy behaviours as an adult, and how a combination of eating disorders, alcohol abuse, anxiety and depression resulted in his breakdown. Specific topics covered in this episode include: The signals we get from our body when something is wrong; The tools we can use to understand and cope with the signals, including the role that therapy and antidepressants can play; How Joshua manages his own mental health while running a mental health business; In addition, we discuss the following questions: What tools are available to help manage mental health? What is the importance of playfulness? What is new on the horizon in the area of mental health support? Show notes Connect with Joshua: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Connect with Masawa: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Reading materials: In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts | Mator Gabé Let Your Life Speak | Parker Palmer How can you support the podcast? Tell your friends and share online. Subscribe & review: Please make sure to review, share comments and subscribe to the show on the various platforms (Apple Podcasts, Spotify & Google Podcasts) Spread the word: Help grow our reach by sharing your enthusiasm for the podcast and/or your favourite episodes by posting it on social media. If you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince future guests to share their stories! For show notes and past guests, visit https://www.thefuturefarm.co/naked-podcast Don't forget to sign up for more! Sign up for The Future Farm's monthly newsletter (Pit-Stop) at https://www.thefuturefarm.co/newsletter Follow The Future Farm on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube
Host: Debra Peek- Haynes Topic: Special Guest: Dr. Shirley T Gordon "Naturapathic Widsom" Call in to listen 347-215-9531 Ask Debra email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Debra's website: http://debrapeekhaynes.com and follow Debra on facebook.com/debrashealingkitchen Enroll in the J.E.W.E.L University of Immortal Science of Immortal Living
Amazon. Uber. Apple. Borders. Taxis. Kodak. What separates certain companies and innovation from finding a roadmap to revenue and others to go out of business or get leapfrogged by others?Jay Haynes founded Thrv to help with these exact kinds of problems. He wants to mitigate wasting time and money and ensure product roadmaps tie back to revenue. He's an expert in the jobs to be done methodology, studying under Clayton Christensen directly. Jay ultimately wants to see more iPhones and less Zunes.We cover a ton of ground in this discussion…from defining the jobs to be done methodology, creating new platforms vs. new features, and how to tie back development to expenses and revenue. Watch the video version of this episode.Links Thrv website Jay on Twitter Jay on LinkedIn Follow newsletter @kenyarmosh /in/kenyarmosh kenyarmosh.com
It has long been believed that college is the best option after high school to prepare kids and set them up for career success and financial security. Now, the rising cost of college tuition is forcing many families to reconsider this belief and question whether a four-year degree makes sense for their teens. My guest on this episode is Education Coach and Consultant, Stephanie Haynes. She provides custom educational consulting and coaching for high school students, educators, and schools to build a pathway to a successful future teens are excited to pursue. Her new book titled, College Is Not Mandatory, guides parents through navigating all the options available to kids after high school and provides strategies and specific open-ended questions to use in conversations with teens about their futures. You don't want to miss this information-packed episode! www.lessdramamoremama.com/170
This very special episode of Docn' has three big firsts - it's our first episode without co-host Carolyn on the microphone (boo), our first episode featuring a guest (yay) and our first discussion of a movie currently out in theaters (ambivalent noise). We are joined by Managing Director of the Texas Archive of the Moving Image (or "TAMI") Elizabeth Hansen to talk about The Velvet Underground, the first music documentary from established and beloved director Todd Haynes. We discuss how and maybe why this music film is just so damn visual, about film archives in general and Elizabeth's work with TAMI in particular, and about the laser focus of director Haynes and his choice of working with a small set of interviewees to tell a very big story. Relevant links: The Velvet Underground in Dallas (at Vietnam Moratorium Day in 1969) The Tyrrell Historical Library Collection - The Amazing Iceberg Machine (1980)
In today's episode, I'm talking with Holly Haynes, a Productivity Coach and Business Strategist, about how to crush overwhelm and self -doubt so you can create a schedule that has you working smarter (not harder) to create the online business of your dreams.Holly Haynes helps female entrepreneurs take back control of their time with proven productivity techniques, systems, and structure to create a business strategy that scales long term. An industry expert, host of the Crush the Rush Podcast and featured Thrive and Entrepreneur author with a 20-year business consulting background with Fortune 500 companies, Holly runs her strategic coaching business and the Crush the Rush planner company while raising her twin daughters with her husband in addition to working for a non-profit in Columbus, Ohio. Connect with Holly: IG: @holly_marie_hayneshttps://www.hollymariehaynes.com/Let's be friends on Instagram! Join + DM me over at @marionberryfitnessCheck out the Blog HERE for mindset tips + healthy recipes + lifestyle musings!If you would like to learn more about joining me in one of my online nutrition groups, send me THIS FORM and I'll shoot you details!Intro/Extro Music Credit and License DiamondTunes
Summary: “Are you allergic to the 20th century?” This week we are talking about Julianne Moore's very unsettling 1995 psychological drama Safe. Also discussed: Karen Carpenter, Mariel Buckley, and Becoming Duchess Goldblatt. Show notes: Safe: Nowhere to Hide (Criterion) Todd Haynes's Masterpiece “Safe” Is Now a Tale of Two Plagues (New Yorker) Allergic to life: the Arizona residents 'sensitive to the whole world' (Guardian) Recommendations: Andrea W.: Why Karen Carpenter Matters by Karen Tongson (book); Mariel Buckley (music) Andrea G.: Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story (short film) Lisa: Becoming Duchess Goldblatt: A Memoir (book) Music credits: "Eighties Action" by Kevin MacLeod From: filmmusic.io License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Theme song "Pyro Flow" by Kevin Macleod From: incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License "Ghost" by Podington Bear From: Free Music Archive Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License Pop This! Links: Pop This! on TumblrPop This! on iTunes (please consider reviewing and rating us!) Pop This! on Stitcher (please consider reviewing and rating us!) Pop This! on Google PlayPop This! on TuneIn radioPop This! on TwitterPop This! on Instagram Logo design by Samantha Smith Intro voiced by Morgan Brayton Pop This! is a podcast featuring three women talking about pop culture. Lisa Christiansen is a broadcaster, journalist and longtime metal head. Andrea Warner is a music critic, author and former horoscopes columnist. Andrea Gin is a producer and an avid figure skating fan. Press play and come hang out with your new best friends. Pop This! podcast is produced by Andrea Gin.
If the best entrepreneurs were indeed risk-takers, why does our world move toward the opposite?Because taking ridiculous risks has never been a trait shared by the best in the industry. What they do instead is risk mitigation. And boy, does it work wonders.If you want to join the top 1% of your industry, you have to mitigate risk, not attract it. If you want to learn how to do that, I suggest you listen to the full interview with Jay Haynes on this week's episode of the Business Growth Accelerator!Here's what Jay and I covered on the show:
Lauren Haynes is an herbalist, founder and CEO at Wooden Spoon Herbs, a holistic alternative to the westernized medicine approach. Lauren has been a clinical herbalist for ten years and started Wooden Spoon Herbs from her passion for medicinal plants. Wooden Spoon is a multi 6-figure brand that has been bootstrapped from the beginning. They sell world wide, are certified organic and are aligned with 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of their gross revenue to social causes, in this case, the medicinal plant conservation. (00:34) Intro (02:51) The start as an entrepreneur (04:19) The start of Wooden Spoon (06:01) From direct to consumer to wholesale (08:15) Helping the planet (09:21) The early experiments (12:21) The testing phase (13:17) The importance of mushrooms (16:30) The challenges of manufacturing something new (18:04) Medicinal plants conservation (21:27) Where to find out more (22:30) Rapid fire question round (22:54) If you ever had to start again, how would you make your money? (23:26) What is the most common or biggest mistake that leaders make? (24:02) Who is a great leader (alive or dead) and why? (24:31) What are your top three herbs? (26:28) How do you hire top talent? (28:11) How do you identify a good business partner? (30:37) What is one of your proudest moments? (31:21) Generating seed capital (34:32) What is one interesting fact about you that not many people would know? (34:37) What daily routines do you have (morning or evening) that have helped make you successful? (36:04) What book (or books) changed your mindset or life? (37:07) What is the most exciting question you spend your time thinking about? (38:34) What advice would you give your younger self? (39:19) What was your biggest challenge starting in business and how did you overcome it? (40:01) What unusual or underrated food or drink should more people try out? (40:49) What makes you happiest? (42:00) Any asks or requests for the audience?
Colah is joined by CoHost and ethnobotany expert, Derek ‘the chocolate botanist' Haynes to explore the questionable ethics of chocolate cultivation. They want you to think twice before you take your next bite! Turns out, Derek is also a Roald Dahl expert as he brilliantly connected Willy Wonka lore to the subject at hand.Trigger warning: this episode contains mention of sex trafficking and child slavery.Follow and support our resident botanical Blackspert Derek:@thechocolatebotanist in Instagram Youtube:https://youtube.com/channel/UCxsce8LaWKVw2g0-xDqdPNgReferences:https://chargedaffairs.org/the-hidden-ingredient-in-chocolate-africas-child-slaves/Support ethical Chocolate companies:https://www.slavefreechocolate.org/ethical-chocolate-companiesLike what you heard? Here's what to do to Help sustain this show:
Carson loves the smell of new car and licks the top of deserts. Mommas chicken casserole brings Berritt home. Both love the beach. Carson Peters & Berritt Haynes from season 21 of NBC's “The Voice” take a Beyond the Mic Short Cut. Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon is the conversation series where actors, artists, authors, and more go deeper than a traditional interview. They go “Beyond the Mic”.
https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/secondary-education-resources/useful-information/glossary-terms "Economic, Social and Cultural rights Rights that concern the production, development, and management of material for the necessities of life. Rights that give people social and economic security, sometimes referred to as security-oriented or second generation rights. Examples are the right to food, shelter, education and health care. Equality Equality is about ensuring that every individual has an equal opportunity to make the most of their lives and talents, and believing that no one should have poorer life chances because of where, what or whom they were born, or because of other characteristics. Equality recognizes that historically, certain groups of people with particular characteristics e.g. those of certain races, disabled people, women and gays and lesbians, have experienced discrimination. Harassment Unwanted conduct related to a protected characteristic that has the purpose or effect of violating a person's dignity or creates an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment. It may also involve unwanted conduct of a sexual nature or be related to gender reassignment or sex. The conduct can either be a serious one-off event or be a ‘course of conduct', i.e. it happens on a number of occasions. Human rights Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled. They ensure people can live freely and that they are able to flourish, reach their potential and participate in society. They ensure that people are treated fairly and with dignity and respect. You have human rights simply because you are human and they cannot be taken away. Protected characteristics These are the grounds upon which discrimination is unlawful. The characteristics are: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation. Public authority Organizations and individuals that carry out public functions - this would include government departments, local authorities, health authorities and hospitals, schools, prisons, and police for example. Prejudice Judging someone without knowing them, on the basis of what they look like or what group they belong to, e.g. all black people are good dancers. Race Refers to the protected characteristic of Race. It refers to a group of people defined by their race, color, and nationality (including citizenship), ethnic or national origins. Racism Treating someone unfairly because of their race, color, nationality or ethnic or national origins. Reasonable Adjustment The duty on schools to make reasonable adjustments requires schools to take positive steps to ensure that disabled pupils can fully participate in education provided by the school, and that they can enjoy the other benefits, facilities and services which schools provide for pupils. This duty goes beyond simply avoiding discrimination, and requires schools to anticipate the needs of potential pupils for reasonable adjustments, as well as recognizing that a disabled pupil's needs may change over time. Respect Taking into account the views and desires of others in how you treat people. Religion or belief Religion has the meaning usually given to it but belief includes religious and philosophical beliefs including lack of belief (e.g. Atheism). Generally, a belief should affect your life choices or the way you live for it to be included in the definition. Right A right is a moral or legal entitlement to have or do something." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Despite receiving relatively little commercial success in their original 10-year run, The Velvet Underground have become one of the most influential and iconic bands in rock history, instantly recognizable from their Andy Warhol-produced banana album cover. A new documentary from director Todd Haynes takes a fresh look at the band and its legacy. Haynes joins to talk about "The Velvet Underground," in theaters now and available to stream on Apple TV+.
The podcast welcomes Dr. Fredrick D. Haynes III to the show! Jordan's favorite preacher (outside of his dad, of course) brings the bars and quotes for your soul. Haynes touches on his up bringing in San Francisco to Dallas, his thoughts on preachers who are "not called to preach", his love for hip hop culture & truth, social justice activism, theology, black people believing in American lies, his challenges, his time in college with Pastor Jeffrey Johnson and fast forward being in a doctorate program with Jay Johnson (Pastor Johnson's son, our brother). All this and more! Enjoy this very special episode. Music: Lord, Lord, Lord by Kanye West Follow Just A Black Podcast @ablackpodcast on Instagram Follow Dr. Fredrick D. Haynes III at @fhunscripted Like, Share, Rate, Review, Subscribe to Just A Black Podcast
One of my biggest pet peeves is when a person minimizes someone's success to “sheer luck” or to being in the “right place at the right time”. Yes, some luck may be involved, but what's really at the root of their success is preparation. Being prepared to take on an opportunity, even if it's a stretch. Being ready to learn on the fly and confident you can figure it out. Being curious and hungry to continuously improve and do what it takes to get things done. Luck and success happen when preparation meets opportunity. Our guest, Shelley Rosensweig, a Partner in the Investment Management and Private Equity Practice Groups at Haynes and Boone in New York, shares her career journey and how being prepared to take advantage of opportunities to learn helped her advance in her career and become a partner at an earlier age. In her current role, Shelley structures, designs and organizes US and non-US private investment funds and assists clients with seed capital arrangements, the operation of managed account platforms and the organization and design of joint ventures, SPVs and other co-investment structures. Shelley also advises clients with respect to SEC, FINRA and CFTC regulatory and compliance matters, family office related matters, trading issues and employment matters. She further advises clients with respect to distribution and capital raising matters and other strategic initiatives. In this episode, Shelley shares why you should always take advantage of opportunities to learn, the importance of learning business development skills, and shares advice on accelerating success in your career. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Shelley. Highlights: [03:02] Shelley's journey & the lessons she's learned [05:23] Taking advantage of opportunities to learn [15:26] Gaining clarity on your career path [24:12] The importance of business development skills [35:49] Mentors don't have to look like you [42:12] Shelley's advice on accelerating your success Quotes: “When starting a new role or career, take full advantage of learning everything that you can right from the start.” – Shelley Rosensweig “When you are trying to develop your brand or your business, lead with the things that you want to leave people with, because that's what they're going to remember.” - Shelley Rosensweig “Look for mentors whose expertise you value and that will help you regardless of their gender.” - Shelley Rosensweig “Do something that you are completely fearful of, take the risk. There is no such thing as the ultimate failure. You will learn from it and it will make you better.” - Shelley Rosensweig About Shelley Rosensweig: Shelley Rosensweig is a Partner in the Investment Management and Private Equity Practice Groups in the New York office of Haynes and Boone. She structures, designs and organizes US and non-US private investment funds and assists clients with seed capital arrangements, the operation of managed account platforms and the organization and design of joint ventures, SPVs and other co-investment structures. Shelley also advises clients with respect to SEC, FINRA and CFTC regulatory and compliance matters, family office related matters, trading issues and employment matters. She further advises clients with respect to distribution and capital raising matters and other strategic initiatives. Links: Website: https://www.haynesboone.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelley-rosensweig-05859ab/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Shelchab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shelchab/
If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe, review, and share this podcast!In this episode , I speak with Joshua Haynes, Managing Partner at Masawa Fund on working in 35 countries, speaking 7 languages, and using natural medicine, technology, and workplace wellness to help billions of people live impactful lives in the global economy.Joshua's story and path is incredibly powerful. He overcame depression, anxiety, and an eating disorder. Tough childhood raised on welfare by a single mother = grit + perseverance.He displays over 20 years leading curation at the nexus of innovation, technology, and social impact. He served as a Peace Corps Volunteer, data analyst, software developer, consultant, digital product + service designer.Joshua also served as a Diplomat in the Obama Administration (USAID), managed $190M in impact grant funding for the US & Swedish Govs, pioneered new impact partnership types and ways of working.Degrees from Boston University (Finance); The Fletcher School, Tufts University (MBA).Masawa is the mental wellness impact fund. Through a laser focus on financial viability, social impact maximization, and founder resilience + organizational health, we nurture capital to nurture minds.Masawa invests in organizations with products proven to directly or indirectly result in improved mental wellness: Natural healing approaches: nutrition, exercise, natural medicine, mindfulness, etc. Technology-accelerated recovery: software and hardware innovations Workplace wellness: approaches to impact people where they spend the most time Listen to more Causeartist podcasts here.We are powered by:ImpactInvestor - Discover Impact Investors from around the world.Podcast Made with TransistorPodcast cover design Made with CanvaBuild amazing web platforms with Webflow
Dr. Stacy Haynes is a professional counselor specializing in the treatment of social, behavioral and emotional challenges of children. She is also the Director of Inclusion and Equity at Lives in the Balance, a non-profit organization founded by Dr. Ross Greene to provide resources and support to parents, teachers, and caregivers of kids with challenges. In this interview Stacy explains the "CPS" paradigm (Collaborative and Proactive Solutions) and how she's seen it change outcomes for kids at home, in school, and beyond. As Stacy explains: "In the CPS model, concerning behavior is viewed as the means by which students communicate that they are having difficulty meeting certain expectations. Behavior is a signal." Find out more about Stacy's work at: www.livesinthebalance.org www.cpsconnection.com www.thekidswelose.com www.truecrisisprevention.org and find the "Lagging Skills and Unsolved Problems" questionnaire here. Use it to start collaboratively problem-solving with your child! Special thanks to this month's sponsors: Betterhelp Start taking charge of your mental health– no matter where you live! Go to betterhelp.com/fresh to get 10% off your first month of counseling. Expressable is an online speech therapy company that has helped thousands of children of all ages reach their communication goals. Speak with a speech-language pathologist for free today and learn more about your child's communication development at expressable.io/fresh. Home Made Podcast is a new podcast about… home. And what happens when you open that door and step into a new world, whether that's a house, apartment or neighborhood. Find out more and listen HERE. Jane.com is a boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women's fashion, accessories, home decor, children's clothing, and more. By shopping at jane.com, you support small businesses, 1500 of which are women-owned. And you will not believe the prices! Visit jane.com/laughing. KiwiCo projects make science, technology, engineering, art, and math super fun– and best of all, kids of all ages can work on them independently! Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with the code MOTHERHOOD at kiwico.com. Magic Spoon is breakfast cereal that gets protein into your kids' breakfast- Go to magicspoon.com/FRESH to grab a custom bundle of cereal and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code FRESH at checkout to save five dollars off your order! MamaZen is a revolutionary solution for motherhood burnout, anxiety, impatience, and more. Download MamaZen today– and use the code "FRESH" to unlock a free trial! Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it! Get 15% off your first order today! Go to prose.com/laughing. SuperBeets Heart Chews are a tasty treat that give you the energy you need and are good for you. Get FREE shipping and returns plus a FREE 30-day supply with your first purchase at SuperBeets.com/fresh. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What do you think about throughout the day? https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Philippians%204%3A8&version=NIV (Philippians 4:8) provides a list of "whatevers" that help our thoughts stay focused on God. In today's episode, https://twitter.com/intent/follow?original_referer=https%3A%2F%2Ffox2now.com&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Ebuttonembed%7Ctwterm%5Efollow%7Ctwgr%5Echelseeeaolivia&screen_name=chelseeeaolivia (Chelsea Haynes), TV Host at FOX 2 in St. Louis, walks through each item on that list and explains how https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Philippians%204%3A8&version=NIV (Philippians 4:8) helps her stay connected with God. Like this content? Make sure to leave us a rating and share it with others, so others can find it too. Use #asktmbt to connect with us, ask questions, and suggest topics. We'd love to hear from you! To learn more, visit our https://www.thecrossingchurch.com/ (website) and follow us on https://www.facebook.com/TenMinuteBibleTalks (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/thecrossingcomo/ (Instagram), and https://twitter.com/tmbtpodcast (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO and @TenMinuteBibleTalks. Social Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TenMinuteBibleTalks (https://www.facebook.com/TenMinuteBibleTalks) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecrossingcomo/ (https://www.instagram.com/thecrossingcomo/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/tmbtpodcast (https://twitter.com/tmbtpodcast) Passages https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Philippians%204%3A8&version=NIV (Philippians 4:8) Support this podcast
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Dave and Alonso differ on the DGG but both are very much into the MHL and the TH. Subscribe (and review us) at Apple Podcasts, follow us @linoleumcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, sweet Jane. Join our club, won't you? Alonso's 4K pick of the week: HALLOWEEN (1978) This episode is brought to you by RogerandChris.com, which offers a collection of distinctive products for the home, all built in the USA. I'll Be Home for Christmas Movies is out October 26; join Alonso and the hosts of the Deck the Hallmark podcast and actor-writer Kristoffer Polaha (Wonder Woman 1984, Mystery 101) for an online book-launch event hosted by Word Bookstores.