"We are all unqualified, and that is a beautiful place to be. Just keep learning and growing." Christine Soule In the course of life, we go through different experiences that largely shape our present selves. Some of these we have control of and some we don't, yet they all prepare us for a greater purpose ahead. Our guest today, Christine Soule, has been through the most challenging moments in her life. Yet, she overcame them and now uses her experiences to provide life changing opportunities for women undergoing similar circumstances as she did in her community. Christine Soule's parents were divorced when she was only five years old. For the remainder of her childhood, she only saw her dad a handful of times. Her mom was married four times, and she considers her to be her absolute hero. All her mum's marriages except the last were filled with adultery, abuse, neglect, and addiction. Christine has three biological siblings, of which two of her brothers were raised by her dad, whereas her sister bounced back and forth. She met another fifteen of them at her dad's funeral. Her sister ended up having an affair with her adopted father, which made her sister become her stepmom and her dad her brother-in-law. This made her begin to spiral out of control. Christine began doing drugs and alcohol at thirteen, and by the time she was seventeen, she was pregnant with her first baby girl. Less than two years later, she had identical twin boys. While living a gay lifestyle, Christine was also a drug addict and an alcoholic being abused and trafficked. She then realized she can't live like this any longer and that her babies deserved more. One day, Christine fell to her knees, and I cried out to God, "if you are real, take my life - it's yours!" Right then, she tangibly felt the power and presence of God, and she knew He was real. She knew He could change her life and that she needed to put her trust in Him. She ended up throwing away all of the drugs and alcohol and never had a desire, temptation or withdrawal since! She was completely set free and has never turned back since. Today, she is married to the most amazing man on planet earth, and they have five children and two grandbabies. They have followed hard after God, and as a result, feel so abundantly blessed in every way. In today's episode, Christine will talk about her passion for helping women on the verge of being homeless and her motivation to bring out the potential of people around her. Listen in! Social Media: http://christinesoule.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Christinesoulewriter/about/ https://www.instagram.com/authorchristinesoule/g My parents were divorced when I was five years old, started doing drugs at the age of 10, got pregnant with my first child at 17 years, and less than two years later, I had identical twin boys. [2:49] I hated the world, and one day at 21, I fell to my knees, cried out to God to take my life, and I so tangibly felt the power and presence of God. [3:15] My experience set me out on this journey of figuring out who this Jesus guy is and how to survive with my three babies. [3:42] I wrote a check to the only person I knew who went to a Christian church and is also the person I've been married to for 24 years. [4:15] I went from extreme poverty to marrying what I believe is the most generous man in the world who allowed me to live a life of philanthropy. [4:37] For many years, I had the opportunity to pour into people's lives working with other organizations to have an impact. [5:46] One day I was driving down the road and encountered a homeless woman sitting on the side of the road. [6:00] At that moment in my car, I knew that I needed to go and make an impact, and that's where providence heights began. [6:42] There are so many amazing organizations that work with the homeless, and for us, we target to get them before they end up with all of the trauma of being homeless. [7:02] All of us, at some point in our lives have been at the edge of the cliff and the next critical steps that we take determines whether we start to fall off that cliff. [7:54] We are all about prevention, and when we bring them in, we offer entrepreneurial skills where we discover who they are and let them run with it. [8:40] We are in the Red Lion Hotel in Bellevue, Washington, with 88 rooms available to us in the first year and a plan to expand to 138 rooms in the second year. [13:24] We are focused on having a spirit of excellence in everything that we do so that when we bring our next group of ladies in, the original ones will be training the next group. [14:11] We partner with Union gospel mission and other shelters in the area, so we're like step two for the women or preventive before they end up homeless. [15:34] We have amazing structures where we ask that they focus on programs working on their collective or life coaching. [16:44] Commercial break. [19:52] We have a vision that we're going to have apartment complexes with retail space, office space, and apartment complexes for everyday people to live in and women in need. [21:51] Everything we make at Providence heights 100% rolls right back into caring for people in need. [22:43] The objective is to create more and more buildings to house more and more people, set them free, and launch them into their destiny. [23:06] Amazing donors, friends, and partners that we have are how we're funding this. [24:04] Sustainability has been a real focus from the very beginning, and it is critical, not only for us but also for the ladies. [25:53] Believe in yourself, go for it, and go big. There's so much potential and purpose in a person's life. 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Photo: A portion of Howes Map (1776) showing "The Heights" [of Guan, which is a variant of Gowanus], north of the village of Flatbush. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow The Indispensables: The Diverse Soldier-Mariners Who Shaped the Country, Formed the Navy, and Rowed Washington Across the Delaware, by Patrick K. O'Donnell From the bestselling author of Washington's Immortals and The Unknowns, an important new chronicle of the American Revolution heralding the heroism of the men from Marblehead, Massachusetts On the stormy night of August 29, 1776, the Continental Army faced capture or annihilation after losing the Battle of Brooklyn. The British had trapped George Washington's forces against the East River, and the fate of the Revolution rested upon the shoulders of the soldier-mariners from Marblehead, Massachusetts. Serving side by side in one of the country's first diverse units, they pulled off an “American Dunkirk” and saved the army by transporting it across the treacherous waters of the river to Manhattan. In the annals of the American Revolution, no group played a more consequential role than the Marbleheaders. At the right time in the right place, they repeatedly altered the course of events, and their story shines new light on our understanding of the Revolution. As the acclaimed historian Patrick K. O'Donnell dramatically recounts, beginning nearly a decade before the war started, and in the midst of a raging virus that divided the town politically, Marbleheaders such as Elbridge Gerry and Azor Orne spearheaded the break with Britain and shaped the nascent United States by playing a crucial role governing, building alliances, seizing British ships, forging critical supply lines, and establishing the origins of the US Navy. The Marblehead Regiment, led by John Glover, became truly indispensable. Marbleheaders battled at Lexington and on Bunker Hill and formed the elite Guard that protected George Washington. Then, at the most crucial time in the war, the special operations–like regiment, against all odds, conveyed 2,400 of Washington's men across the ice-filled Delaware River on Christmas night 1776, delivering a momentum-shifting surprise attack on Trenton. Later, the Marblehead doctor Nathaniel Bond inoculated the Continental Army against a deadly virus, which changed the course of history. White, Black, Hispanic, and Native American, this uniquely diverse group of soldiers set an inclusive standard of unity the US Army would not reach again for more than 170 years. The Marbleheaders' chronicle, never fully told before now, makes The Indispensables a vital addition to the literature of the American Revolution.
Welcome to part two of my conversation with Emilia Thompson and Emma Storey Gordon. Emilia and Emma are both Nutritionists, Podcast Hosts, and fitness enthusiasts, together they run EIQ Nutrition. In my conversation with them, we discuss ‘The Way Of The Superior Man' by David Deida and other topics the book had us thinking about such as; how easy it is changing your mind, how you and I can be an ally, dating a feminist, dating ‘up', and the age-old question should men pay on a date? More from Emma and Emilia... Emilia Thompson: https://www.instagram.com/emiliathompsonphd/ Emma Storey Gordon: https://www.instagram.com/esgfitness/ EIQ nutrition: https://www.instagram.com/eiq_nutrition/ Support To learn more about Heights braincare supplement head to this link and use code need2read for 10% off your subscription To get 10% off your first month of online therapy head to www.betterhelp.com/aneedtoread For all else A Need To Read head to www.linktree.com/aneedtoread
Chris and Andy talk about 'In the Heights' and 'No Time to Die' and what successful movies and TV look like in this COVID era (1:00). Then they talk about what the success of 'Squid Game' means for Netflix before getting into the final few episodes (29:02). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's been a long time since I last released anything but dammit, it feels great to be back. This episode, I'll be discussing all the "summer" movies I had the great pleasure of seeing this past year and what I'm looking forward to. Due to the length of this discussion, my previously planned back half of the episode got pushed and will be released next week as a bonus episode...or part two? That said, I'll just go ahead and consider this the season two premiere as I gear up for (hopefully) more episodes to be released in the future. Movies I'll be discussing in this episode include Shang-Chi, Black Widow, The Conjuring, Malignant, The Night House, Candy Man, In the Heights, Godzilla vs Kong and Mortal Kombat. Special Thanks to ANtarcticbreeze for the Royalty-Free song at the beginning and end. The song is called "Dream World" and you can find more from this artist on Soundcloud. As always you can find me on Twitter at PopCultureRSS or reach out to me at email@example.com. If you do feel so inclined, please share, subscribe and follow this podcast. If you would like more information or would like to donate to the Epilepsy Foundation, please check out their website at www.epilepsy.com. For those interested in finding more information about supporting the Asian-American community during these times, please visit stopaapihate.org. There you are free to donate or utilize their resources to report an incident or keep up to date with anything happening. #StopAsianHate #StopeAAPIHate --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mscpclifepod/support
Missing persons website for Daniel Robinson: https://pleasehelpfinddaniel.com/In 1911 English sisters Claire and Dora Williamson began consulting a Seattle fasting specialist named "Dr." Linda Burfield Hazzard. The sisters found themselves caught in a web of manipulation and lies. Join us as as we discuss the Starvation Heights sanitarium, and the woman who many consider Washington's first female serial killer. Sources:Sources: https://badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/enemas/ https://www.historylink.org/File/7955 https://forgottenminnesota.com/forgotten-minnesota/2018/07/starvation-doctor-quack-healer-serial-killer Starvation Heights by Gregg Olsen
Welcome to part one of my conversation with Emilia Thompson and Emma Storey Gordon. Emilia and Emma are both Nutritionists, Podcast Hosts, and fitness enthusiasts, together they run EIQ Nutrition. In my conversation with them, we discuss ‘The Way Of The Superior Man' by David Deida and other topics the book had us thinking about such as; Purpose Vs Love, how men should ‘penetrate' the world, balancing feminine energy and being a feminist, Tiktok being poison for young men and women, being cat-fished and What Makes a superior man? Instagrams: Emilia Thompson Phd: https://www.instagram.com/emiliathompsonphd/ Emma Storey Gordon: https://www.instagram.com/esgfitness/ EIQ nutrition: https://www.instagram.com/eiq_nutrition/ Support To learn more about Heights brain care supplement head to this link and use code need2read for 10% off your subscription To get 10% off your first month of online therapy head to www.betterhelp.com/aneedtoread For all else A Need To Read head to www.linktree.com/aneedtoread
In today's episode, we're diving into gratitude journaling. You've probably heard Dan mention gratitude journaling in the past as it is something he does for his braincare. Well, exciting news: Dan and the Heights team have made a way for everyone to start journaling! In honour of World Mental Health Day, Heights has released their second product, The Braincare Journal. Backed by a community of incredible scientific and well-being experts, this journal makes the practice of gratitude journaling very easy. We discuss what is gratitude, why you should start journaling and its benefits. If you'd like to get your hands on The Braincare Journal, visit BraincareJournal.com. We talk about: What is gratitude Why you should journal What is gratitude journaling Benefits of gratitude journaling Dan's journaling journey How to get started journaling
Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte discuss what BYU can accomplish this season. The Cougars are 5-0 this season and are poised to take a New Year's Six Bowl spot by seasons end, if they can remain undefeated. The guys ask whether BYU can dream bigger than that. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tabbie Megan, the founder of the Love Your Mind Online app, joins the show to discuss her vision to end the stigma surrounding mental health. Today, Megan shares three ways her app is advocating for changing that stigma. We discuss what the app offers, Tabbie's personal experience with mental health, and ways to start working on brain care. We talk about: What is Love Your Mind Online Love Your Mind Online's vision to end the stigma of mental health About the Love Your Mind Online app Tabbie's experience with mental health How Tabbie practices brain care Why Tabbie started taking Heights
Pastor Lee and Pastor Matt continue the conversation about how to handle grief. This week, we focus on ways we can help others navigate grief. Welcome to Heights Baptist Church! At Heights our mission is to love and to lead all people to new life with Christ! Join us each week for a conversation about faith, culture, and the church. Digital Connect Card: https://www.heightschurch.org/connect To watch services online: https://www.heightschurch.org/media To give online: https://www.heightschurch.org/give
Like a tree, whose roots are firmly planted in the ground and whose branches reach toward the sky above, education at The Heights is at once traditional and forward looking. While drawing liberally from the western canon and “the best that has been thought and said,” to borrow Matthew Arnold's phrase, a Heights education is nevertheless at home in the modern world. Neither the buried archives of special collections, nor the high-rising offices of enterprising tech start-ups are uncharted waters for Heights alumni. Because of the double-nature of our approach to education, the question of how The Heights fits into the classical school movement produces an interesting and important conversation. To help us think through the ways in which The Heights is in dialogue with both the classical and contemporary worlds, we welcome Head of Upper School, Michael Moynihan, back to HeightsCast. With over twenty-five years of experience as a teacher, Michael offers us a nuanced discussion of: How a traditional approach to education can embrace the advances of modernity without losing its roots. The ways in which modernity, properly contextualized, can help correct certain biases latent in classical thought. The role of professional preparation in a liberal arts education. Whether or not one's work is clearly connected to the classical ideal of contemplation, the goal of education converges in the heart of a man who knows he is a son of God; and who, like the Son of God, sanctifies his ordinary work. Show Highlights Is the Heights a classical school? How does the Heights fit into the classical school movement? The role of professor John Dewey in progressive educational trends. How Dorothy Sayers' speech on “The Lost Tools of Learning” sparked a revival in traditional education. Ought from an is? How our anthropology informs our education The baby in the bathwater: some positives of mainstream education today viz. the acquisition of professional skills. How modern thought corrects some shortcomings of the classical tradition. The vision of St. Josemaria and what this means for education at The Heights. How education can help students to passionately love the world. Sanctification of ordinary work and divine filiation. Work as a sharing in the home of Nazareth. Is professional work a distraction from contemplation? The teaching vocation Suggested Reading The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy Sayers Passionately Loving the World by St. Josemaria Escriva
“If you can do something that makes you happy and that you really feel passionate about, it's not going to feel like work, it's going to feel joyous.” Two-time Tony Award winning theatrical producer Jill Furman is part of the driving force bringing Freestyle Love Supreme back to Broadway this month, after having originally brought it to Broadway in 2019. She is also currently producing six productions of Hamilton, including one on Broadway and one in London's West End. Additional Broadway credits include In the Heights, the 2013 revival of Cinderella, The Heiress, Seminar, West Side Story, The Drowsy Chaperone, Sly Fox, and Fortune's Fool. Jill grew up in New York City going to the theatre with her parents, reading Variety magazine with her father, producer Roy Furman, and always knew she wanted to be in entertainment. She chronicles her journey from NYC, to LA, and back again, through college, grad school, and starting her own production company. Jill shares how she became involved with In the Heights very early on in 2003 after watching Lin Manuel perform in the basement of the drama bookshop; and how later the same year, she witnessed Freestyle Love Supreme for the first time. Jill also opens up about how she chooses projects to work on, highlighting the importance of her shows having a positive impact on an audience in some way. In this episode, we talk about: The special Tony Award given to Freestyle Love Supreme Deciding when and how to bring shows back post-shutdown The thought process behind remounting FLS on Broadway Her preference for working in theatre v. film Two new projects she has in development Connect with Jill: IG: @jillfurman Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Thank you to our friends Jukebox The Ghost for our intro and outro music. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @jukeboxtheghost or via the web via jukeboxtheghost.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode I discuss; the book Radical Compassion by Tara Brach, nurturing ourselves, my mental health, reading for a reason, and my ten-hour meditation attempt. Support For one month free on Headspace go to www.headspace.com/needtoread For 10% off your Heights subscription use code need2read and follow this link https://www.yourheights.com/products/the-smart-supplement/?ref=edcunningham 10% off your first month of Therapy at www.betterhelp.com/aneedtoread For everything else head to www.linktree.com/aneedtoread
Waddup peeps, this week the crew is discussing new vaccine mandates, Marvel Movies, and answering the question: If you could alter anything on your body what would you change? As always remember to Rate, Comment, Share, & Subscribe! INDULGE!
Jacqueline Lauren, founder and CEO of Lenslife Technologies, joins us to discuss how Heights has impacted her brain health and helps combat her anxiety as she runs her start-up business. Lauren shares her journey with anxiety starting at a young age and how Heights has become her go-to for brain health. We chat about managing anxiety, founder well-being, advice for people who have the same struggles as Lauren and what Lauren has learned from taking Heights supplements. We talk about: What kicked off Lauren's brain care journey The role brain care has played in Lauren's life Founder well-being Challenges of brain care and well-being Advice for people struggling with anxiety What Lauren has learned from taking Heights
Paul Baron has had a career in both theatre and in commercial recordings, including the first national tours of Evita, Cats, The Full Monty, In the Heights, Spamalot, and currently Frozen. He is also the author of multiple books including The Broadway Trumpeter and the upcoming follow-up of Volume 2 (coming later this Fall). This series is a comprehensive collection of actual trumpet book excerpts from the most famous shows ever, along with Paul's thoughts on preparation. If you are a trumpeter, this book and our discussion is invaluable, but many of our talking points apply to all pit instrumentalists. You can find out more about Paul at http://www.paulbaron.net/ . Follow the podcast on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @LifeInThePitPod. Visit www.davidlanemusic.com/podcast for more info or to send feedback regarding the podcast. You can also donate through the website. This podcast is currently ad-free, so all donations are gratefully appreciated. Please leave a rating and a review. Thank you for listening.
Jamie Clements is the founder of The Breath Space and host of the Man Down podcast. He joins me for a candid chat to discuss; relationships, men opening up, masculinity, ignorance, offending people, making mistakes, moral psychology, feminism, psychedelics and so much more. For more from Jamie head to www.thebreathspace.co.uk Books Discussed The Righteous Mind - Johnathon Haidt This Is Your Mind On Plants - Michael Pollan Support A Need To Read is sponsored by BetterHelp, for 10% off your first month of Online Counselling head to www.betterhelp.com/aneedtoread To start your subscription to Heights click here and use the code 'need2read' for 10% off. For all else ANTR; including information on other sponsors and how to get in touch, please head to: www.linktree.com/aneedtoread
Pastor Lee and Pastor Matt return LIVE to talk about how to walk through seasons of grief and loss. Welcome to Heights Baptist Church! Join us each week for a conversation about faith, culture, and the church. Digital Connect Card: https://www.heightschurch.org/connect To watch services online: https://www.heightschurch.org/media To give online: https://www.heightschurch.org/give
In certain school systems, it is perhaps more common to find students dissecting samples and diagraming abstractions. The boys in the Lower School at The Heights, however, begin their scientific formation not in a lab, among dead specimens, but in nature, among living creatures. Their text book is not full of paper, but of paper's source, trees; for their primary text is the book of nature itself. In this week's episode, Eric Heil takes us outdoors--so to speak--for a discussion of natural history. With over fourteen years of experience teaching at The Heights, in addition to having spent time as a researcher both for at the Bronx Zoo and the Smithsonian's National Zoological Park, Eric offers us thoughts both practical and lofty. First, Eric explains what natural history is and how it differs from other ways of approaching science at the elementary level. Then, he considers what a typical natural history lesson might look like. Next, Eric expounds the elements of nature journaling, a typical exercise for a natural history class. In particular, he explains John Muir Laws' three step framework for nature journaling: Explain what you see. Expound on what the observed reality makes you think of. Wonder about what you do not yet know. Lastly, the discussion takes a turn for the transcendental, as Eric considers some of the existential fruits of natural history. Beyond books and diagrams, and indeed even the boy's own words and sketches, the study of natural history draws students into that mystery which moves those animals they have found. Perhaps this is the reason why natural history has been deemed the most important subject taught in the Valley: the silence that it instills is the beginning of a prayer; indeed, the greatest prayer, which is gratitude. Show Highlights What is natural history and why does it matter? Campus as the textbook itself How is a natural history class different from other ways of teaching science at the elementary level? Jean-Henri Fabre and the importance of direct observation The parts of a typical natural history lesson What is a nature journal and how do you make one? The benefits of studying natural history How natural history integrates into an education for realism. Existential goods of natural history Why is natural history the most important subject taught in the Lower School? Suggested Reading Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock A Natural History of North American Trees by Donald Culross Peattie Nature's Events: A Notebook of the Unfolding Seasons by John Serrao Observing Insect Lives by Donald Stokes (and several other Stokes Nature Guides) Keeping a Nature Journal by Clare Walker Leslie and Charles E. Roth Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification by Thomas J. Elpel Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv The Laws Guide to Nature Drawing and Journaling by John Muir Laws (and www.johnmuirlaws.com) The Naturalist's Notebook by Nathaniel T. Wheelwright & Bernd Heinrich natureoutside.com nature journal website by Steven Stolper The Forest by Roger Caras The Tree Identification Book by George W. D. Symonds Sketching Outdoors in Autumn by Jim Arnosky Find the Constellations by H. A. Rey (of Winnie-the-Pooh fame) Insects (A Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press) Revised Peterson Field Guide to Birds of Eastern and Central North America, 6th Edition (Peterson Field Guides) Also on The Forum Webinar: How to Keep a Nature Journal On Nature Journals and Observant Souls “Can I catch it?”: On Handling Wildlife Reading Recommendations for Keeping a Nature Journal Why We Need Exposure to Nature Nature Deficit Disorder: The Importance of Green Time
PSR Episode #09 Time 01:42:07 Episode nine with Monica "Moniloca" Robles. Recorded in Barrio Logan Heights San Diego California. Finally have the pleasure to share this recording we did with Monica back in July at her home town of San Diego California. It was truly a pleasure meeting her for the first time and we're very grateful she took time out of her busy schedule to meet up on a very short notice. We got to sit down prior to recording and asked her some questions for a short interview at the end of the episode. We had a lot of fun recording this episode #09, we hope you enjoy the set she put together out of some of her favorites in her record collection. Also special thanks to Hola Swim in Barrio Logan who let us post up in front of the store while La Vuelta Cruise was going down Logan Avenue. Thank you everyone for your support. Remember to share! Tracklist: What about a boy- Little Helena I'm not like the others - North,South,East & West Think back - The Mandells For the rest of my days- The Pretenders You've succeeded - Dimas III This love is real - The Lovelites Carinas - James Hunter Six Necia de mi corazon- Little Francisco Greaves Mi Ultima Paranda- Gilberto Perez Fallaste Corazon - The Sunglows Para Que Sientas Lo Que Siento -Sunny Ace y Los Lusters I was made to love you - The Vatones Mixed up, Shook up, Girl - Patty & The Emblems Spring Fever - Joi Look Closer (Can't you see the signs) - Saun & Star Hey Boy - Ruby Andrews Mr.Shy - Billy McGregor Everybody's Laughing - the Esquires Chicanita - Mike Adame ft. The Chili-Pepers White label Unreleased Boogie Slide - Mr. Groove
To celebrate it's reopening on Broadway next month, the acclaimed director of Freestyle Love Supreme joins one if it's first company members to talk about all things past, present and future for their show, and for FLS Academy. Tommy Kail is a director and producer known for his amazing work on Hamilton, In the Heights, Grease Live!, and Fosse/Verdon. James Monroe Iglehart just reprised his role as Lafayette/Jefferson in the newly reopened Hamilton on Broadway, originated Genie in Disney's Aladdin, and has other Broadway and TV credits including Memphis, Spelling Bee, Netflix's Maniac, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and the Tangled animated series. Both Tony Award winners, Tommy (director) and James (one of the first members to join FLS) are set to bring their hit show Freestyle Love Supreme back to Broadway next month for a limited run beginning on October 7, 2021. Tommy and James recall their first meeting at James' audition for Freestyle Love Supreme, where James was hired on the spot. James shares how he met, performed, and became friends with Chris Jackson, who later introduced him to Freestyle Love Supreme in its early years. Tommy gives us an inside look on what it's like directing an improv show like FLS, comparing it to being the coach of a basketball team, and describing how important it is for him to find new members whose energies vibe with the rest of the group. They also open up about what makes FLS so unique and different from any other show they've worked on, highlighting the unfailing affection and admiration each company member has for the other. In this episode, we talk about: How Freestyle Love Supreme was born The family they've created, and why they always return Discovering new member Aneesa Folds at the FLS academy The impact of the audience storing their phones during the show What Tommy looks for when casting a show like FLS The future of Freestyle Love Supreme Connect with Tommy: Good luck! He's not on social media! Watch We Are Freestyle Love Supreme on Hulu Connect with James: IG: @jmiglehart Twitter: @jamesmiglehart Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at email@example.com. I want to know what you think. Thank you to our friends Jukebox The Ghost for our intro and outro music. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @jukeboxtheghost or via the web via jukeboxtheghost.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Would you like to increase your income from Webinars? Webinars are a powerful and effective tool for selling products and services and getting your word out to the world. One of the more difficult aspects of giving a webinar is the planning. My guest, will discuss how to plan profitable webinars that grow a list of loyal followers and attract eager buyers. Many 6- and 7-figure marketers make most of their money using webinars and YOU can too. She will share how she added over 1000 subscribers with her weekly webinar show. This week's Hot Topics include: 1. Why webinars are so powerful for reaching the world and earning a living 2. How to set up a profitable weekly webinar series to grow you list 3. How to create persuasive webinars-the script, the slides, and the offer Ellen has created and delivered hundreds of webinars and organized the popular Outstanding Presentations Workshop webinar series, with over 4000 registrations in over 97 countries over 6 years. She is passionate about the value of webinars for reaching the world and earning a living. Now, she is helping others gain the same success she has had. She focuses on Internet marketing strategy and technology, making the complex easy so marketers can actually take action and achieve their goals. She has written and published 11 books (25 editions) for McGraw-Hill and Wiley and published 9 e-books during her 20-year career as an author. Her books have ranged from 20 pages to 1300+ pages. Since 1999 Ellen has been helping people to present more effectively via her website EllenFinkelstein.com. Along the way, she learned a lot about Internet Marketing, which she teaches at ChangetheWorldMarketing.com _________________________________________________ Each #IBWS provides "a Goldmine of Entrepreneurial Tips, Strategies and Advice to grow your business to new Heights of Success from Inspirational Business Women in the Know.” Hear the inspired stories and personal struggles of these amazing women and learn how they rose to the top of their field while making a big impact on the lives of others. As your host, it is my deepest desire to uplift and inspire our "sister entrepreneurs" to pursue their dreams and share their passions with the world. Together we can "make a real difference" across the globe.
In 1911 English sisters Claire and Dora Williamson began consulting a Seattle fasting specialist named "Dr." Linda Burfield Hazzard. The sisters found themselves caught in a web of manipulation and lies. Join us as as we discuss the Starvation Heights sanitarium, and the woman who many consider Washington's first female serial killer. Sources:Sources: https://badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/enemas/ https://www.historylink.org/File/7955 https://forgottenminnesota.com/forgotten-minnesota/2018/07/starvation-doctor-quack-healer-serial-killer Starvation Heights by Gregg OlsenAna Luisa Link: https://shop.analuisa.com/crime
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Kelly Olsen hits her breaking point when victims in The Heights are not being helped - even by the Superfriends. So she makes her debut as Guardian! The Green Butterfly and The Silver Vox break it down alongside our amazing feedback'ers! The post MOS 152 – S6E12 – Blind Spots appeared first on Golden Spiral Media- Entertainment Podcasts, Technology Podcasts & More.
Supergirl and her team are consumed with finding Nyxly before she can cause more harm. This causes a lot of frustration for Kelly who is left to worry about the residents of The Heights. They were about to start a new chapter in the housing development. A new home would give some stability in their lives. Now they are left with a pile of rubble and debris that is leaving them all literally breathless. The people in charge won't help. Counselman Rankin is only seeking the best treatment for herself. Now that the building set aside for low-income housing is gone, she can build a more opulent building to attract more businesses to the area. The residents of this area will continue to struggle while Rankin gets richer. When Nyxly destroyed the building, she inadvertently infused it with fifth dimensional energy. When Rankin is exposed to the energy, she begins to exhibit strange powers. When she thinks about something it magically materializes. Anything from a simple sandwich to a stack of money. This comes at a cost to the other victims of the building collapse. Every time the counsel woman conjures something out of thin air the other victims get weaker and sicker. After Kelly calls James to vent, John Diggle appears in National City. He has been where Kelly is before, so James called him in to support Kelly. Sometimes our heroes are only looking at the big picture. Our team is not perfect, and it is their imperfection that makes these scenarios so real. I was proud of Kara and Alex for the conversations they had with Kelly in this episode. They both came from a humble place admitting that they can never understand fully what Kelly's life experience has been. Conversely there are aspects of Kara and Alex's life that Kelly will not be able to fully understand. We are all influenced by the experiences that build our life and make us who we are. We all have blind spots. It is what we do when the invisible becomes visible to us that defines what happens next.
Abbey, Cassidy and super fan and friend of the pod, Vanessa Velez, break down "In The Heights" alongside the recent movie release! Tune in to hear all the easter eggs in the movie and the BOPS!
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Mo Gawdat is the former Chief Business Officer of Google X, host of the Slo-Mo Podcast, and best-selling author of Solve For Happy and Scary Smart- his most recent book, which is a call to action for all of us to wake up to the reality of Artificial Intelligence. We discuss; how exactly we can work with A.I for a better future, his predictions for when A.I will be a billion X smarter than a human, how YOU can save the world today by setting a good example, and much more. Pre-order your copy of Scary Smart from Amazon and send an email titled A Need To ReaD with a screenshot of your order confirmation to firstname.lastname@example.org Mo will pick 50 winners over the course of the next few weeks who will all win a signed copy of the limited edition pre-lease copy. Support For 10% off your first month of online therapy with BetterHelp go to www.Betterhelp.com/aneedtoread For 10% off your Heights subscription go to their website and use the code 'need2read' To get in touch and all things A Need To Read go to www.Linktree.com/aneedtoread
Auspiciado por Vital Full Of Life: Este episodio fue flow Broadway, gentuza, con la visita de Éktor Rivera, disfrutando la libertad que no tiene Juanma Lopez por maltratante y bruto, por poco llevándose a Raymond enreda'o en su miseria. Ricky hace una protesta bien loquilla con cartulina, en vez de alquilar uno de los lujosos apartamentos de Mariana Nogales, o irse a ver In the Heights, aunque le moleste a Molusco, peleando contra el gobierno por proteger menores de 12 años. También dicen que el Normandie tendrá nuevo dueño que lo derrumbará como Glen Monroig derrumbó Preciosa. Visita la tienda de Siempre es Lunes. Grabado en GWCinco Studios Danos likes en nuestras redes sociales: Tío Macetaminofen Guzabra El George Siempre es Lunes
'By diagnosing the internal obstacles you face and consistently using solutions customized to help you succeed, evidence and experience suggest you really can get from where you want to be.' Katy Milkman This episode summarises the book 'How To Change' which is a comprehensive guide to the science of behavior change. Looking at the roles that; getting started, impulsivity, procrastination, forgetfulness, laziness, confidence and conformity have to play in whether you can really change your actions for good. Support For 10% off your first month of online therapy with BetterHelp go to www.Betterhelp.com/aneedtoread For 10% off your Heights subscription go to their website and use the code 'need2read' To get in touch and all things A Need To Read go to www.Linktree.com/aneedtoread
There's been considerable trouble in the Western Heights school district over the last couple of years...and "trouble" doesn't begin to describe it. Thanks to strong journalism by the folks at NonDoc and others, we were able to put together a pretty comprehensive timeline for you, which we'll detail in this episode (it is included below with links to all the stories). Remember: local elections matter. Timeline for Western Heights In October 2019, https://kfor.com/news/15-employees-resign-at-western-heights-school-board-meeting/ (15 employees resigned), ranging from bus drivers to the assistant superintendent, citing ongoing issues of mismanagement at all levels of the district. Two weeks later, still in October 2019, https://www.news9.com/story/5e346e6c527dcf49dad6e133/parents-call-for-investigation-of-western-heights-superintendent (parents in the district requested an investigation) into the district for these issues, and specifically wanted an investigation into Superintendent Mannix Barnes, his $220,000 per year salary, and the fact that the chair of the WH school board, Robert Everman, is his former employee when they worked at a casino. (Which is obviously directly useful knowledge for running a school district, right?) Before we go on, you've got to hear about the compensation package superintendent Mannix Barnes had at the time. And, again, remember that he had no experience as a superintendent when he was hired by the district just a couple of years ago. Barnes' contract with Western Heights included: A $220,000 base salary with a $75,000 retention bonus effective June 15, 2022; 20 days of unpaid leave for outside activities; Reasonable time off and pay for professional growth and community involvement; 25 semester credit hours annually to further education; Membership for community organizations including the Chamber of Commerce; 40 vacation days per year; 20 sick days per year; 20 personal business leave days per year. We'll do the math for you: that's a minimum of 100 days of paid leave. The district only has 167 instructional days. Anyway, in April 2020, the WH district got into hot water with the state board of education when the district unilaterally https://www.oklahoman.com/article/5659613/mayor-disagrees-with-western-heights-food-service-suspension (decided to suspend the free meal )program during the pandemic, despite the fact that 90% of the distinct's students qualify. The superintendent said some pretty inflammatory things about state superintendent Joy Hofmeister and OKC Mayor David Holt, including using the phrase “I double dare those two to come down here” and threatened to sue the state board. Nearly a year later in March of this year, the state board of education expressed “utmost concern” about the operation of Western Heights Public Schools https://nondoc.com/2021/03/25/state-board-accreditation-western-heights-schools/ (and threatened to end their accreditation), mentioning multiple issues, including: failure to provide in-person instruction since March 2020; a decision in the spring of 2020 not to provide nutritional services to students; an audit report showing violations of state law, including the use of 2018 bond proceeds meant for contracting and repairing facilities to pay off debt instead; a board member consuming alcohol during a public meeting; a 23 percent drop in student enrollment, from 3,365 to 2,597 in the past year, and a loss of more than 100 staff members in the past two years; disharmony in the school environment and community. In April the state board https://nondoc.com/2021/04/09/state-board-hands-out-probation-for-western-heights-district-and-sovereign-school/ (placed the district on probation) and giving them 90 days to remedy the situation or face being annexed by the state board. As you might have guessed, the district didn't comply and instead they filed suit against the state board, So, in June the state board... Support this podcast
Tim and Frank break down Supergirl advocating for the formerly incarcerated, the return of Nia's mom, and Nyxly's big gamble. NIA SPENDS TIME WITH HER MOM – Supergirl intervenes when a building in the Heights that was set aside for low income housing is suddenly at risk to be sold to a major corporation. Supergirl recruits Orlando to help her win over the city, but things go awry when Nyxly shows up. Meanwhile, Nia trains with her mother.
ANTHONY VENEZIALE (Two-Touch) is conceiver and co-creator FLS and FLS Academy. Founding member of American Immigrants (San Francisco). He has used improv techniques to create endeavors with Thomas Kail & Lin-Manuel Miranda (In the Heights, Bartlett, “The Electric Company”), Daveed Diggs (The Freeze), numerous networks/companies (HBO, Cartoon Network, Sesame Workshop, Boardwalk Pictures, Google) and co-founded speechlessinc.com, an improv thinking company that helps humans create, collaborate, and find their authentic voice. STAGE: Freestyle Love Supreme, Servicemen, Death in One Acts, and Trashin': Time to Waste. TV: ”Sex and the City”, “Freestyle Love Supreme”. ANEESA FOLDS made her Broadway debut in Freestyle Love Supreme in 2019. Off-Broadway/NYC: Sistas The Musical. Regional: North Shore Music Theatre, Goodspeed Opera House, Arrow Rock Lyceum. National Tour: Ragtime. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lin-Manuel Miranda is back on the podcast, sort of, an adaptation of his musical In The Heights has made it to the big (and small) screen and we took a look at it for the podcast. Half of us were high on Hamilton, one of us liked this more, and one of us finally made it through one of his works with this film. And we aren't all on the same page on this one by any means. Well, sort of, we all thought it could be better, even if (most of us) found it highly watchable. Anyways, a lively chat about a film that maybe could have felt more alive. Download. Listen. Enjoy. The Categories: (Time:Stamp) 8 Words or Less, The Elevator Pitch, Why So & So, General Thoughts, Star Ratings (1:00) Spoilers, You Gotta See This, Let's Talk About That Ending..., Performance Piece (20:00) Repeat After Me, But, Why?, The Hot Take Theater, Expert Opinions, The Upgradeables, To Infinity & Beyond?, Bonus Rounds/Catch All, One Last Pitch... (42:00) @middleofrow #nothe
— “People will disappoint you, life will hurt you, but if you have something that is completely yours to invest in, something you are passionate about, you can rise above pain and find personal joy and connection.” Valeria Teles interviews Sarakay Smullens — the author of “Burnout And Self-Care In Social Work: A Guidebook For Students And Those In Mental Health And Related Professions — 2nd Edition.” SaraKay Smullens has had a multifaceted career in social work. Upon her return to working with families suffering from neglect and abuse, she learned that mentors she had earlier relied upon were leaving the field, explaining they were “burned the hell out,” and identifying the cause as “professional burnout.” The year was 2005. “At that time, burnout was not the household word it is today,” Smullens said. “I had never heard the term before, had no understanding of what it meant, or its differences from depression. I immediately began research, beginning to present findings in 2010.” Through this work, she realized that burnout can originate personally, professionally, in relationships, as well as physically. She identified burnout causation, and the easily recognized signs and signals that burnout is in the wings or already here. Smullens published the first edition of “Burnout and Self-Care" in 2015. It became a best seller. “I learned that students recommended the book to their professors and to their supervisors,” she said. “I also learned that professionals who were not social workers — teachers, lawyers, doctors, school counselors, moms, volunteer professionals, etc. — found the book's content and explanations relevant in their own lives.” Evidence-based self-care approaches to alleviate and prevent burnout are described for each of the 5 arenas, as are the differences between burnout and depression. Attention is also given to psycho-social developmental factors in the life of each child, as well as the impact of both moral distress and dysfunctional leadership in our personal, relational, professional, and societal-political worlds. To learn more about Sarakay Smullens and her work, please visit: https://www.sarakaysmullens.com/ — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
In this episode of Supergirl Radio, Morgan Glennon returns from her honeymoon to join Rebecca Johnson LIVE [and WIRED] to discuss and review the Supergirl Season 6 episode titled "Still I Rise". Watch the Live Stream Episode Links: "Still I Rise" by Maya Angelou "Today We Rise" Official Description by The CW for Supergirl 6.10: "Supergirl intervenes when a building in the Heights that was set aside for low income housing is suddenly at risk to be sold to a major corporation. Supergirl recruits Orlando (guest star Jhaleil Swaby) to help her win over the city, but things go awry when Nyxly shows up. Meanwhile, Nia trains with her mother (guest star Kate Burton). " Supergirl stars Melissa Benoist (Kara Danvers/Supergirl), Chyler Leigh (Alex Danvers), David Harewood (Hank Henshaw/Martian Manhunter), Jesse Rath (Querl Dox/Brainiac-5), Katie McGrath (Lena Luthor), Nicole Maines (Nia Nal), Julie Gonzalo (Andrea Rojas/Acrata), Azie Tesfai (Kelly Olsen), and Staz Nair (William Dey). STORY BY: Jess Kardos. WRITTEN BY: Nicki Holcomb and Jen Troy. DIRECTED BY: Jesse Warn. You can find Supergirl Radio on: Social Media: Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Subscribe: Apple Podcasts – Stitcher Radio – DC TV Podcasts - Google Play - Spotify Playlist - iHeartRadio Contact: email@example.com
My guest this week is Dan Murray-Serter. Dan is a serial entrepreneur, the co-founder of a brain care company called Heights and the host of the UK's number one business podcast, Secret Leaders.Dan's journey actually began from his own struggles with mental health: trying to solve his chronic anxiety and six-month-long insomnia. He tried everything from self-medicating with alcohol, without alcohol, saw a therapist, a doctor but to no avail. But when a friend asked whether he had considered his brain's nutrition as a cause, he decided to see a dietitian. He found out that he didn't have key nutrients needed for his brain and she recommended high quality supplements. His sleep dramatically improved.Dan's life is now focused on how he can improve brain care and he has created the ‘Smart Supplement' to help others on the same journey and teach them about how to feed the brain for it to thrive. More information:@yourheightsBraincare Heights podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/braincare/id1533960100 The book Dan referenced called Rest: When You Get More Done When You Work Less: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rest-More-Done-When-Work/dp/0465074871 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Texas apparently loves to be hit or miss, the crew takes on some of the new laws passed in the State of Texas (0:15) how do we feel about the new open carry law but attached to it the cops ability to disarm anyone they deem a threat (19:28) Donda receive mixed reviews (28:45). The crew gives their NFL picks for the upcoming season (42:20) and how they feel about the up and coming Ed Sheeran album (45:42)
Champ, Mike and Dean gather to review four new releases including Marvel's long awaited standalone film "Black Widow" and the eccentric, time-bending Disney+ series "Loki." Mike and Champ also debate their differing opinions on James Gunn's "The Suicide Squad," before the guys rave about Lin-Manuel Miranda's latest play turned film "In the Heights," a musical celebration of culture and community that may be one of the year's best films.
Joanna Bernabei-McNamee, Head Coach - BC Women's Basketball, became the eighth women's basketball coach in Boston College program history on April 11, 2018. In 2019-20, her second season at BC, Bernabei-McNamee was named the Coach of the Year in the Atlantic Coast Conference. She led BC to an impressive 20-12 overall record and a fourth place finish in the conference with an 11-7 record. The 20 victories were the most in program history since the 2010-11 season. The team also set a new program record for the most ACC victories with 11. With Bernabei-McNamee at the helm, senior forward Emma Guy flourished as she led the ACC in field goal percentage throughout the season and finished 10th in the country (.594%). Guy also earned an All-ACC First Team selection, the first for a BC player since 2011. Sophomore Taylor Soule was not only named to the All-ACC team but earned the Most Improved Player in the conference. Both Guy and Soule were named to the Blue Ribbon Panel All-ACC Second Team. In her first season at the Heights, Bernabei-McNamee led the Eagles to a 14-16 record. The 14 wins were the most for the program since the 2015-16 season. The 2018-19 team opened the season with eight consecutive victories and won the St. Joseph's Thanksgiving Classic Championship. BC went 11-3 in non-conference play before taking on the toughest conference in the country – the ACC. After two losses at home BC defeated Wake Forest and Pitt on the road. It was the first time since the 2012 season in which BC had two consecutive ACC road wins. The Eagles third ACC win came in a double-overtime victory against Duke on Jan. 31. Bernabei-McNamee's impact was immediate as the Eagles averaged 73.5 points per game, 14.3 more points than the 2018-19 season. BC also averaged 16.1 assists a game and shot 42.6 percent from the floor. Junior Emma Guy thrived in the new system as she averaged a career-high 14.1 points and 6.7 rebounds a game. She shot 59 percent from the floor for the season, a new career-high. Guard Makayla Dickens emerged as a scoring threat as a freshman and was named to the All-ACC Freshman team. Dickens averaged 11.8 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists a game. Fellow freshman Marnelle Garraud was fourth in scoring for BC with an 8.1 average. Garraud was named the St. Joe's Thanksgiving Tournament MVP after she scored 28 points in the championship game. She was named the ACC Rookie of the Week for her performance. Sophomore Sydney Lowery improved her numbers as she played in 30 games and averaged 22.9 minutes and 6.7 points a game. Junior Taylor Ortlepp averaged a team-high 30.3 minutes and averaged 10.3 points and 3.3 assists a game. Bernabei-McNamee arrived at the Heights after two seasons as the head coach at Albany. She led Albany to a 45-20 record over the two seasons. In 2016-17, she guided the Great Danes to the American East Tournament Championship and a spot in the NCAA Tournament. In 2017-18, Bernabei-McNamee led Albany finished 24-8 overall and a WNIT berth. In addition to leading Albany to consecutive 20-plus win seasons, Bernabei-McNamee was named the 2017 Women's Division I Coach of the Year by the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. Bernabei-McNamee, a native of Weirton, West Virginia, was named head coach at Albany in April of 2016 after three seasons as the head coach of the University of Pikeville in Pikeville, Ky. There, Bernabei-McNamee racked up 63 wins and led the program to back-to-back national tournament berths, including a program-record 26 victories and an NAIA Final Four appearance in 2016. She was named the 2016 Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NAIA Regional Coach of the Year, and also earned Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year honors in 2015. Prior to Pikeville, Bernabei-McNamee coached in both the ACC and BIG EAST. She served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Maryland for four years from 2003-07, and was an integral part of the Terrapins' 2006 National Championship season. Maryland beat Duke 78-75 in overtime for the title at TD Garden in Boston and finished with a record of 34-4. During her tenure, she brought in four straight nationally ranked recruiting classes, including three in the Top 10. Bernabei-McNamee spent two years at West Virginia as an assistant coach where she was a scout, position coach and recruiting coordinator. Before her time in Morgantown, McNamee had a two-year stint at Eastern Kentucky where she was responsible for scouting and individual player development, as well as serving as the recruiting coordinator. The West Virginia native began her head coaching career in 1998 at West Virginia Wesleyan where she compiled an 18-9 record and a third-place finish in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC), while also acting as the school's Senior Women's Administrator. She attended West Liberty State and was named a Division II All-American and a four-time, first-team All-WVIAC selection as a point guard. The 1997 WVIAC Player of the Year, Bernabei-McNamee still holds the NCAA Division II career assists record of 1,107 and the record for assists in a game with 24. She is one of only four players in NCAA history to record more than 1,000 points and 1,000 assists, finishing her stellar career with 1,317 total points. Bernabei-McNamee holds the NCAA record for average assists per game (9.5), and the school and conference marks for assists in a game, season (294) and career. She led her team to an 80-36 record over four years and is listed on West Liberty's Top 20 all-time Best Athletes list. She was the first woman to be named first-team All-West Virginia Athletic Conference for four years and was inducted into the West Liberty State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Hall of Fame in 2011. Bernabei-McNamee earned her bachelor's degree in exercise physiology in 1997 from West Liberty and a master's degree in sports administration from Eastern Kentucky in 1999. Bernabei-McNamee and her husband Joe McNamee have two sons, Luke and Caden. McNamee took a nearly four-year hiatus from coaching (2009-13) to focus on raising her children. In this episode, we discuss Joanna's connection with Brenda Frese (6:39), what Brenda does to stay connected to people (7:26), being a stay-at-home mom (9:41), having kids (12:02), working with kids (14:25), her upbringing and her relationship with her mother (16:03), the upsides and downsides of independence as a young child (17:26), being a Tom Boy (19:03), if she got her aggressiveness and intensity more from her mom or her dad (20:14), what she does to put herself first, her marriage second, and her kids third (24:17), how to make sure she's healthy as she still aspires to do great things in her profession (28:32), if there is anything she doesn't want to be great at (30:24), what it's been like for her as a leader during the pandemic (34:06), family (39:42), flipping the switch (43:08), feeling alive in different roles (44:27), if love is a two-way street (47:13), if there was a coach she played for that she modeled her focus on love after (50:07), how she intentionally communicates with her team (51:26), respect, trust, and communication (57:15), handling losses without anger (57:51), if she looks for people that are more even-keeled or more intense like her (1:02:08), who helps her make sure she is developing and growing (1:04:57), if she felt like she was missing a part of herself while she was on sabbatical (1:08:04), what she missed most about basketball when she was being a stay at home mom (1:11:16), what changed for her (1:12:31), and her vision for the BC program (1:15:39). You can check out the BC website here, as well as follow BC Women's Basketball on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Thank you so much to Joanna for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
At Heights, our mission is to love and to lead all people to a new life with Christ. One of our four focuses is to be an engaging church. This week, Pastor Lee and Pastor Matt talk about what it means to be an engaging church. . .made up of people who are growing in their relationship with Christ through spiritual practices like prayer, Bible reading, and sharing their faith. Welcome to Heights Baptist Church! Join us each week for a conversation about faith, culture, and the church. Digital Connect Card: https://www.heightschurch.org/connect To watch services online: https://www.heightschurch.org/media To give online: https://www.heightschurch.org/give
As-salaam wa-alaikum, brothers and sisters. Today's selection is from Surah 7, Al-A‘rãf or the Heights, Verses 54-72. These verses direct the believers to pray to God with fear and with hope. Next is Prophet Noah's address to his people and their disbelief in response and how that was their downfall. Lastly, Prophet Hud's appeal to his people and their reaction and how it led to their fate. If you enjoy the podcast, HELP SPREAD THE WORD! Tell your friends and family, subscribe in iTunes or Stitcher and write us a review. Show notes and text episode: http://www.17verses.com/y7-araf-7-54-72. iTunes - http://apple.co/1HwzXZS. Stitcher - http://bit.ly/17vstchr. RSS - http://bit.ly/17vrs-rss.
Esta semana converso con el actor Tony Chiroldes sobre su carrera, Broadway y el estreno de In the Heights en Puerto Rico. Espero que disfruten esta conversación tanto como yo. Subcribete https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUk_pK4I3nIBqq7sEghlmLw?sub_confirmation=1 Mercancia de GW-Cinco Studio https://gw-cinco-studio-store.myteespring.co Puedes ver nuestros programas en Liberty Cable Para información y aupicios puedes escribirnos a firstname.lastname@example.org #tonychiroldes #gwcinco #hablandoa24frames #gabrielnieves #ha24f #intheheights #broadway #musical #entrevista #puertorico #tunuevatelevision
As part of Liquid Church's annual At The Movies series, in this message Pastor Kayra Montanez shares the spiritual themes for faith, patience, and pursuing dreams found throughout the movie In The Heights. Based on the musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegria Hudes, the film is a celebration of Latino and Latina culture in the U.S. and follows the hopes and dreams of a vibrant, tight-knit immigrant community in the Washington Heights, New York neighborhood. At The Movies is an annual series by Liquid Church where we explore the truths behind Hollywood's greatest movies and TV shows. Scripture says that Jesus taught in parables, which were short stories that contained spiritual truths. We pray that this fun message series will help you connect to God's word! "This message features short clips from the critically acclaimed film In The Heights, which was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and is in theaters and streaming on HBO Max. No copyright is claimed for In the Heights, and we assert that use of the short clips within this sermon is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright law.” At The Movies 2021 Series | Kayra Montanez | Liquid Church #InTheHeights #WashingtonHeights #Patience #Faith #Family #LiquidChurch #Christianity #ChristianChurch