James Hillier is back for part two of his conversation with Chris Pritchard and Steve Plater on the TT Podcast.Despite wanting to forget about it at the time, the lightweight TT winner gets into his infamous wobble at Ballagarey, why his first thought after was about Ian Hutchinson and what he learned about the rider's responsibility to look after their bike.A man with BSB experience in his story alongside TT success, Hillier discusses the difference between road and track racing and why the gap between how you ride the different disciplines is closing thanks to the styles of racers like Peter Hickman and Dean Harrison.The family man also talks about his hesitance with the idea of his children following in his racing footsteps, or tire marks, and how his family influences what he wants to achieve with his life.Next week, Chris and Steve are talking to a man who doesn't just race around the Isle of Man but also calls it home, Conor Cummins.Be sure to subscribe to receive that episode as soon as it drops, head to www.iomttraces.com for all the latest TT news and features, and search for @TTRacesOfficial for all our social channels.Music by Calva Louise - latest album ‘Euphoric' out now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Michelle Hillier is amazing! Her message and story prove that there is real joy in living your life in sobriety. Please be sure to visit Michelle at https://www.breathandfire.com/Support Dismantled Life: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/DismantledlifeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do we manage the flow of breath and fire? The ability to burn down, calm ourselves, and ignite passion is vital for those dealing with substance use and mental health. Movement is part of everyday life; yet we often … Episode 100: The Power of Movement (featuring Michelle Hillier) Read More »
Many people go through their day always having to do something. Whether that's getting involved in your kid's activities, running errands, or working – you do things every day to ignite your fire. Even when you work out, you think the harder, faster, or heavier it is, the better. The question is, do you still have the time to breathe? It's important to understand that as much as you're igniting your fire within, you also have to find your breath. On today's episode, Duane speaks with Michelle Hillier, speaker, recovery coach, and mind/body educator, about finding your breath and fire and balancing both as you come home to your authentic self. Michelle shares her story of alcoholism and recovery. Now sober for over a year, Michelle feels she has entered her authentic self again, after being lost for 25 years. Movement, yoga, and breathwork were essential parts of her recovery process, which she also teaches to other people through her speaking and workshops across organizations. In this episode, you will hear: Michelle's story of recovery Hiding the need for support through alcohol Glamorizing booze amidst the pandemic How she found her authentic self Finding her middle way between breath and fire How to use movement, breathwork, and yoga to connect to your authentic self Key Quotes: [16:32] - “I thought ‘what would my life look like without alcohol? And then I would just not want to think about it and continue drinking.” [27:26] - "Breath and Fire was birthed out of my recovery." [29:03] - “Having either a pilot light or a blazing inferno, how do we find this optimal, controlled blaze? The birth of Breath and Fire is from recognizing in my day – when do I need breath and when do I need fire?” [31:09] - “When are you taking time, even just 10 minutes, to let your nervous system settle and find your breath?” [32:59] - “If you want to squat or do a stretch or whatever it is, move the energy through your body.” [34:15] - "Meditation is just being aware of our thoughts. Sitting in physical stillness and closing your eyes... connect to your breath, be aware of it." [40:56] - “There's lots of power in one breath. Never forget that.” Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. If you really enjoyed this episode, we've created a PDF that has all of the key information for you from the episode. Just go to the episode page at www.theaddictedmind.com to download it. Supporting Resources: NovusMindfulLife.com Website: https://www.breathandfire.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breathandfire Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com Let them know we sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A man with a lightweight win and many a TT podium in his record, James Hillier, joins the TT podcast this week with hosts Chris Pritchard and Steve Plater, but this time they're recording at the home of the TT itself, the Isle of Man.Alongside plenty of racing chat, James lets listeners into a bit more of his personal life as he talks about juggling his racing career alongside having kids, renovating a house and working part time selling bikes.The rider discusses why he swapped out of his famous green leathers to ride for a new team this year and how that brand new set up affected his, self professed, middling results at this years event in June.Away from TT racing, James gets into his plans to take on the legendary Dakar rally later this year. Whilst he admits that it will be a struggle to get to the end of the event, the ambitious racer describes his hunger to compete and how the TT can prepare you for a rally event.Be sure to subscribe to receive that episode as soon as it drops, head to www.iomttraces.com for all the latest TT news and features, and search for @TTRacesOfficial for all our social channels.Music by Calva Louise - latest album ‘Euphoric' out now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Braydon just passed his first 100 days of sobriety! In around day 30 he decided to start a podcast: 'Sobering Up Podcast'.This show helps keep himself accountable, and also benefits those in early sobriety (and beyond)."I am a recovering alcoholic with a passion to spread positivity, and hope, and promote soberness. I am grateful to be happy, healthy, and sober."✅ https://youtube.com/channel/UCmTsv3suCSSTDKlH3-LkYtA✅ soberinguppodcast (IG)
Ukraine into its 6th month of fighting against Russia. What is the view of General Rick Hillier, former Chief of the Defence Staff? Still believes NATO should have provided (and still should provide) air cover for Ukraine. Hillier told us on air he would agree to NATO air support for Ukraine "in a heartbeat." Guest: General Rick Hillier Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We speak to the amazing Gemma Hillier, who is a legend to those involved in football on the south coast. The first female player inducted into the Portsmouth FC Hall of Fame, and now an England beach soccer star, while working as a PE teacher in Dubai.
Everyone is in recovery from something. As it did for many of it, the pandemic revealed many things, some cracks in our systems, relationships and health. And as moms sometimes we also lose our identity as we give to others and escaping with alcohol to deal with life, Today Michelle Hillier joins me to talk all things recovery , divorce Michelle is most known for Breath+Fire, a wellness program that helps people identify gaps in their lives that are holding them back from becoming who they truly want to be. The COVID-19 pandemic pushed Michelle to her breaking point. All of a sudden, all of her work—which had been her escape—was cancelled. The isolation spotlighted the cracks in her marriage while at the same time Michelle's mother was diagnosed with dementia, and she looked for ways to numb the feelings. Today, Michelle is in recovery, she has been sober for one year, and she uses her personal story to help people see it's possible to lead a great life. We had a wonderful and real conversations about what we escape to , the choices we make, how breath can help use improve our lives and more. Continue to support by liking, sharing and writing a 5 star review on Podbean or Itunes. Find me over on Instagram as https://www.instagram.com/greengorski/ Join my group on Facebook too, the Juggling the Chaos Podcast tribe Buy me a cup of coffee here. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/juggling OR Purchase your own Journey to Joy Journal .
Paul Perrault tells us the story of Bike Cochrane and how this Alberta organization is building community through mountain bike trail and active transportation advocacy. Paul tells us how Bike Cochrane figured out there town’s ‘bikeability’ and how the organization got started and came to be. https://podcasts-2.feedpress.com/16677/Ep%2087%20-%20FINAL%20MIX.mp3 Show Notes & Links https://www.bikecochrane.com/ https://www.facebook.com/bikecochrane https://www.instagram.com/bikecochrane/ Traditional … Continue reading "Ep 87 – Active Transportation and Mountain Biking with Paul Perrault of Bike Cochrane"
This week on the show I dive into 15 lessons, insights, and quotes that have been top of mind for me during the past few years.. Doing a solo episode is something that's been on my mind for several months and I was finally able to capitalize on it. I want to thank everyone who has been apart of my podcasting journey. What started as a fun idea in my head has now tuned into a burning passion of mine and I'm excited to see what the future holds.Enjoy!Topics-How to get out of your own way-There is nothing either good nor bad, but thinking makes it so.-What seems like boring progress compounds into exceptional results.-Flow follows focus-The greatest threat to success is boredom and impatience-The most powerful story in the world is the one you tell yourself-Slow down on the advice giving and stay curious a little bit longer-It's important to be consistently good rather than occasionally great-The most overlooked strategy for success is patience-Get what you want by using “no” oriented questions-90% of the most successful things in like don't cost money. Just time and discipline.-Your attention without intention is wasted life. Your attention with intention is where your best life lives.-Ben Bergeron's Mindset Hierarchy-Never Whine, Never Complain, Never make excuses-Have to vs Get toIf you enjoyed this show be sure to leave a rating, review, and refer it to a friend. Your shares and feedback help the show grow tremendously while simultaneously puts a huge smile on my face. Thank you all for your support. Enjoy the show!
bahahhahah ok you asked for it!! This is my graduate homework assignment for this week. Here are my notes!! Would love to know your questions~ “When Sexual Needs and Expectations Among Partners Differ.” For this assignment, you are a special guest on a podcast channel titled “Getting the Most Out of Your Relationship.” The four couple sexual styles (in order of frequency) are as follows: 1. Complementary—“mine and ours” 2. Traditional—“conflict minimizing” 3. Best friend—“soul mate” 4. Emotionally expressive—“fun and erotic” (McCarthy & Ross, 2019) The relational style acts as the most important variable in creating a respectful, trusting, emotional commitment, while the couple sexual style involves the balance of sexual autonomy while being an intimate sexual team who integrate intimacy and eroticism into their relationship. (McCarthy & Ross, 2019) McCarthy, B., & Ross, L. W. (2019) Relational style and couple sexual style: Similar or different. The Family Journal, 27(3), 245-249. The four primary couple sexual styles by order of frequency are: (a) complementary (i.e., “mine and ours”), (b) traditional (i.e., conflict minimizing), (c) best friend (i.e., soul mate), and (d) emotionally expressive (i.e., fun and erotic). (McCarthy & Ross, 2018) Sexuality is an interpersonal process of sharing desire/pleasure/eroticism/satisfaction, not an individual sex performance. Although couple sexuality can have a number of roles, meanings, and outcomes, the ultimate focus is reinforcing the intimate bond. (McCarthy & Ross, 2018) McCarthy B., & Ross L. W. (2018). Maintaining sexual desire and satisfaction in securely bonded couples. The Family Journal, 26(2), 217-222. 2 BDSM BDSM is the conscious use of “psychological dominance and submission, and/or physical bondage, and/or pain, and/or related practices in a safe, legal, consensual manner for the participants to experience erotic arousal and/or personal growth” (Wiseman, 1996), Wiseman, J. (1996). SM 101: A realistic introduction [e-book version]. San Francisco, CA: Greenery Press. Retrieved from https://books.google.ca/books/about/SM_101. html?id=qRCrzBqMSX0C&redir_esc=y BDSM behaviours are not new phenomena—they are described in the classic text, the Kama Sutra (Castleman, 2012) Castleman, M. (2012). A loving introduction to BDSM. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https:// www.psychologytoday.com/blog/all-about-sex/201206/loving-introduction-bdsm 2 BDSM A genuine and unbiased therapist would be able to assist new and experienced individual members of the BDSM community and those members involved in D/S relationships. (Hillier, 2018) The BDSM culture contains numerous subcultures and unique relationships. (Hillier, 2018) Hillier, K. M. (2018). Counselling diverse groups: Addressing counsellor bias toward the BDSM and D/S subculture. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 52(1), 65. 1 Asexual Asexuality is broadly defined as a lack of sexual attraction to anyone or a disinterest of being sexual with others Diamond's biobehavioral model of love and sexual desire posits that sexual desire and romantic love are functionally and developmentally independent, where sexual attraction is governed by reproduction and romantic attraction is governed by attachment and pair bonding. (Diamond, 2003) Diamond, L. M. (2003). What does sexual orientation orient? A biobehavioral model distinguishing romantic love and sexual desire. Psychological Review,110, 173–192.
Tune in for a conversation with special guest Michelle Hillier. Listen to the story of Michelle's pathways to purpose; from alcoholic and business owner to coach, speaker, and more. This is an episode you don't want to miss! Connect with Michelle at her https://www.breathandfire.com (Website) Follow Janice on https://www.facebook.com/janice.alpert (Facebook) and https://www.instagram.com/jjalpert/ (Instagram) Email Janice: firstname.lastname@example.org Janice's Website: http://stopdiets.com/ (http://stopdiets.com) If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive rating and review!
Ken Wiebe and Sean Reynolds of Sportsnet take a look at what free agency could bring for the Winnipeg Jets. We also take a look back at the 2022 NHL Draft with Jets director of amateur scouting Mark Hillier (35:00) and welcome in Elliotte Friedman (52:00) from Hockey Night in Canada, 32 Thoughts and Sportsnet to discuss the Jets.
Justin Martin, Executive Director of the Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS) in Duluth, MN shares how they renamed their Mission Creek trail network. The trails were renamed using traditional indigenous language of Ojibwe. Justin takes us through the entire project from consolation to activation. Next episode we’ll hear from Paul Perrault: Director of Operations … Continue reading "Ep 86 – Justin Martin of COGGS Discusses Their Indigenous Re-Naming of Trails"
DJ Hillier is a CrossFit athlete, coach, business owner and host of The Mi-Fit Podcast. He joined the show to discuss training with Rich Froning, how he got started in CrossFit, overcoming fitness obstacles, managing different seasons of fitness, fitness longevity, what he would be doing if he couldn't do fitness, book suggestions, the Mi-Fit Podcast, his wedding proposal and more. A ton of great advice packed into this one!Podcast: The Mi-Fit PodcastInstagram: @djhillierwebsite: mi5fitness.comEmail: email@example.com#fightthegoodfightSupport the show
Experienced road racing star, James Hillier, joins host Dave Neal for a chat about his switch to Yamaha machinery for 2022, his NW200 and TT exploits as well as his quest to compete in the Dakar in 2023 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Colson Hillier is the CMO of Alorica. He is based in New Jersey in the US. Mark called Colson for this interview because the most recent Gartner Magic Quadrant mentioned several examples of post-pandemic innovation and resilience being adopted by Alorica - such as virtual contact centers, GigCX, and permanently embracing WFH... in the conversation Colson talks about balancing resilience, innovation, and what Alorica learned from these unsual past two years. https://www.alorica.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/colsonhillier/
In this fourth episode of the Planning Theory podcast, Mona Fawaz and Yvonne Rydin talk with Jean Hillier, Professor Emerita in the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University, Melbourne. Jean is well-known to Planning Theory readers as a frequent contributor of papers on collaborative planning, agonism, indigenous communities and more-than-human knowledge. She explores some of these issues in the podcast.
After sharing the Vanbassador stage at the Let's Go Queensland Caravan and Camping Super Show in Brisbane with our good mates and hosts of Channel Seven's Creek to Coast, it was great to sit down and have a yarn with Scotty Hillier and Olivia Degn, live from the Super Show. We're talking camping, fishing, filming and everything in between in this fun and fast paced episode! Get your hands on a copy of our Ultimate Road Trip Ready Pack: Lessons from a Lap Year and start planning your dream travels - https://thefeelgoodfamily.com/product/ultimate-australia-road-trip-ready-pack-travel-guide/ Watch this episode on our Family Travel Podcast YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_yYimcCnOLoizZ9GCtIw8g Check out the footage from our latest episode on our Family Travel Australia YouTube channel – https://youtu.be/k4n56QL5ORA Our YouTube channel www.youtube.com/thefeelgoodfamily has a new destination video every Sunday night at 6.30pm (AEST). We would love to connect with you on Facebook, Instagram and our website www.thefeelgoodfamily.com.au Our Family Travel Australia Podcast is now LIVE and available on all podcast platforms, with a new episode aired every Friday night 8:30pm [AEST].
From fitness to business, having a coach can help us make progress faster and cut down the learning curves. Coach Ross Hillier joins Scott Volquartsen to discuss the value of coaching. They discuss the barriers to overcome when hiring a coach, accountability, and the importance of instilling habits. If you're considering hiring a coach or looking to take some big steps in a specific area of your life, this episode can help you get started! Connect with Coach Ross! https://www.instagram.com/coachrosshillier/ https://www.nomad-strength.com/ Connect with Scott Volquartsen! https://www.instagram.com/scottvolquartsen/ https://www.instagram.com/volquartsen_firearms/
Special Guests: Peter Kirsanow, discussing President Biden's refusal to acknowledge his economic incompetence. Former Canadian Parliament Member Randy Hillier, talking Justin Trudeau's new anti-liberty gun laws. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What does it mean to teach and talk about race and racism in our education systems? What does it mean to be White in academia? Here we sit down with Dr. Amy Hillier, MSW, Associate Professor at The School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania with the following outline: What is CRT look like in your classrooms? What are we getting right and wrong about CRT today? What are White students saying in classrooms about race and racism? How do we translate ideas into praxis? Do you see a role in emotionally and physically locating and embodying ideas? Do you think de-centering Whiteness supports or undermines Derrick Bell's concept of interest convergence? Dr. Hillier's research has focused on historical housing and public health disparities including mortgage redlining, affordable housing, healthy foods, park use and access, and outdoor advertising. Her most recent research focuses on transgender youth and their families. With Dr. Stephanie Boddie, she co-directs http://www.dubois-theward.org/ (The Ward), a research, teaching, and public history project dedicated to sharing the timeless lessons about racism and the role of research in affecting social change based on W.E.B. Du Bois' 1899 book, The Philadelphia Negro. Her teaching has focused on similar topics as her research. She led the required two-course sequence on American racism within SP2's social work program and has taught courses in city planning, urban studies, public health, and social policy focused on equity and social justice. She is the founding director of the cross-school graduate LGBTQ certificate and, with Dr. Beverley Crawford, co-created of the online course, The Penn Experience: Racism, Reconciliation and Engagement. ===== Welcome to our podcast. We're so glad you're here refocusing on Whiteness without supremacy or shame. Listen. Like. Follow. Instagram: @the.spillway | Facebook: @WithoutSupremacyorShame For a transcript of this episode and more, please visit our website, https://www.thespillway.org/ (www.thespillway.org ) Mentioned in this episode: The Spillway Community Guidelines 1. Engage sequentially. The show is a serial not episodic. We do this so we can build relation and find common ground and context. 2. We stay in our own lane. The Spillway is about White people talking to (predominately) White people about White people and White culture. We're not out here to critique anyone's actions but our own. 3. Our combined fabric of destiny. (3a) As Dr. King said, our humanities are deeply interconnected to each other. Racism negatively impacts me, too. (3b) The Spillway is one mechanism within a larger framework needed to sustain racial equity and justice. We're not a one-stop shop. 4. No one right way to liberation. We all share the same goals, but not every method works for every person. If this doesn't work for you. That's okay. Maybe it works for someone else.
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Katie Hillier speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Katie's journey from her USC online communities graduate program to becoming a digital anthropologist, and now working at the Liiv Center to bring digital innovation to all of anthropology. About Katie Hillier Katie Hillier has worked as a Digital Anthropologist for over 10 years, running global digital anthropology labs in the Innovation consultancy space. She has a passion for bringing empathy to big data and believes in a future where digital anthropology becomes as essential as data science across all aspects of society. Today she is the Chief Digital Anthropologist at the LiiV Center, a non-profit organization committed to bringing digital innovation to anthropology. Recommended Links Katie Hillier on LinkedIn LiiV Center
Maybe the most embarrassing moment of this administration's tenure yet as international aid comes airlifted in with baby formula from other nations. Ben Domenech of the Federalist explains what's going on and shares Stigall's alarm at Biden's saber rattling at China and North Korea in addition to Russia. Plus he scores a big win in court versus big government. What did we learn from the Sussman trial last week? Hillier knew what they were doing all along in 2016 to frame Trump and try to win an election. But it's likely the FBI knew all along, too. McCarthy gives a sober assessment of the proceedings. And one Catholic Bishop finally calls out Pelosi's abhorrent pro-abortion stance while justifying it using the Catholic Church to do so.
Ross returns to the show to discuss some deep topics this go round. We explore what his dream in life really was, and how it meshes with his career now. We also explore a couple pivotal pieces we believe to be necessary to be a complete man. This is our opinion and take on it so if you feel offended, try to remember that. The internet tried to stop us this go round, but we prevailed. You will even hear a nice monologue from Ross about his Scotch while I battle the Internet. I encourage you guys to go check out what he's doing, and follow his journey. Apply for Ross's Foundation Class by May 23rd here: https://www.nomad-strength.com/nomad-foundations While you're on his site be sure and check out his Nomad Strength Show Podcast, and his articles! If you like this episode please leave us a rating/review, and share it with your friends! Visit our website here: https://livingfullyloaded.com Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lo.hanks/
Chad sits with Steve and Gonzo to talk about Micro Disciplines, connecting with people, health and exercise, and he talks about his journey form High School to today. It was great to have Chad come over, you'll really enjoy this episode.
This episode the Salty Hunter Podcast we have Ross Hillier of Nomad Strength. Ross is a strength and health coach living in the Boise area. He dubs himself an "adult-onset hunter” and has a love for traditional archery. This conversation goes down many pathways, but the underlying message is a love for the outdoors and how fitness plays into it. His journey to get where he is today has its own twists and turns and I'm excited to see how his new onset obsession of hunting will shape his own training. We also touch on ultrarunning and the meditative side of being with yourself for hours. Lots of good information coming at you in this episode. Thank you all for listening. I love every damn one of you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michelle Hillier is trained in movement, meditation, and mindfulness and is a certified yoga teacher, trauma-informed movement educator, and meditation and social-emotional instructor. Using her personal story, she helps people to see that it's possible to lead the life you dream of. Her journey has given her the gifts of insight and compassion, deepening her commitment to helping others connect to their breath—their calm—and ignite their fire and their passion. From large group activities to intimate training workshops, Michelle gives her audience a transformative and unforgettable experience with concrete tools and messages to practice in their own lives. Listen & Subscribe on: iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify Contact Info Website: www.breathandfire.com Most Influential Person Thich Nhat Hanh Effect on Emotions Awareness of my emotions and being okay with sitting in them is important. The thoughts will come and they'll turn to an emotion that could turn to action. But it's been like a-Ha, there it is, there's that thought, there's that feeling, there's that emotion. Either I like it, or I don't like it. I'm just gonna sit in it, and let it either pass or act on it. So I'm just more highly aware of my emotions through doing mindfulness practices. Thoughts on Breathing I've just got into breathwork and I have an amazing teacher, Rebecca Llewellyn, Shamanic Breathwork. So I actually experienced a full hour of breathwork. I never thought that was a thing until I got into it. Wow, the breath is powerful. So I like to think how one breath can make a difference in a moment that you're feeling so that you're in that fight, flight, or freeze state where something's going on. When your body's going into something, one big inhale can completely reset you physiologically. It just tells your body you're okay. So the breath is super powerful. There are different breath forms, of course, that I like to share with people in my ‘Breath of Fire' workshops, including circular breathing. The traditional ‘let's just breathe' is also great. I like to share the power of one breath, and how that can change your body. Suggested Resources Book: The Pocket Thich Nhat Hanh (Shambhala Pocket Classics) App: Insight Timer Bullying Story I personally haven't had a bullying experience. When I look back, I may have been a bit of a bully. The competitiveness was sort of part of me. When I look at my son, I can use him as an example. He's not in an actual bullying situation, but the mindfulness piece around awareness of self and the work I've done in schools with kids around mindfulness. I think it's good if we're just mindful and present and tapped into who we are. That authentic self, I think that's where the heart really shines, and we can't do that to somebody else. I think it's a bullying prevention mode. I don't think it's like, oh, I'm being bullied, I need to meditate. It's like if we can teach our children especially if we can get them to understand mindfulness and awareness of self and love for others, we can prevent bullying. Related Episodes Warriors, Lovers, Kings, and Heroes; Eric Rogell Live a Legendary Life; Tommy Breedlove Emotional & Energetic Intelligence For Fulfillment; Simon Lovell Special Offer Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? Peace is within your grasp. I'm Bruce Langford, a practicing coach and hypnotist helping fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Coaching Session to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Coaching Session' in the subject line. We'll set up a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life.
Gastral Travelin' Super Fan; Alex Hillier comes on and joins the boys today. He talks the life of a professional boogie boarder. The boys go off the deep end sharing their love for Justin Vernon's music and it what it means to them. Nelson comes out as a sad boi, talking about the last time he cried. We talk about depression and facing "The Void." It actually gets kinda dark tbh. Nelson shares his ability to cut people off like it's nothing. Angel makes a crazy wild "Mountain Poutine" because he deems Bon Iver "Mountain Music." Everyone disagrees but uhh here we are. Regardless it was delicious. Alex's Links: @bigcountrylex HOST: @nellynutbuster EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: @lilrobbyvince FOLLOW THE POD ON OTHER SOCIALS: https://linktr.ee/gastraltravelin
Welcome to the Fan Four'em: 4 questions 1-on-1 conversations On our first Four'em, Honke talks with actor, Nebraska native & long time friend/fraternity buddy, Preston James Hillier (give him a follow @prestonhillier). Some great stories were had, reminiscing about a dynastic era of Husker football. Could you be the next fan to join the Four'em? GBR!
We are excited to announce our new sponsors for series 7 - Hillier Garden Centres. In this first episode of the series find out more about Hillier, their history of plant breeding, the process of discovering new plants and the latest in plant trend news. @ellenmarygardening is left speechless (for a second) and @mrplantgeek is in his true element chatting about breeding new and exciting plants. Afterwards and as you would expect, Ellen and Michael have a gossip about ancestry, trends they don't want to see again and everything else in between. Hear from the first of the new contributors for series 7 - @anya_thegarden_fairy with all the plant propagation tips you need and Lucy from @unwrappedandrefill with sustainable tips to lower waste and your bills. This series is sponsored by Hillier Garden Centres The Plant Based Podcast: www.theplantbasedpodcast.net Instagram Twitter Facebook Instagram
Keeshae Jacobs was 21 years old when she disappeared from Richmond, Virginia on September 26th, 2016. None of the belongings she brought with her, including her phone, ID, and overnight bag, have ever been located. There has been no evidence found to lead to Keeshae's whereabouts, and no suspects have ever been named in her disappearance.Keeshae's case was featured in the HBO documentary, "Black and Missing," created by the Black and Missing Foundation.Black and Missing Foundation: https://blackandmissinginc.com/Help Find Keeshae Jacobs Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Community/Help-Find-Keeshae-Jacobs-345064462508759/_________________________Request a Case: https://forms.gle/FFZTNhqcXpQ6qRGr8Goodpods | Leave a review: https://goodpods.app.link/ij0wxVE8vobPodchaser | Leave a review: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/crime-and-crime-again-1440387Music: "Poisoned Rose" by Aakash Gandhi_________________________Sources:• "Her Last Night Out." Still A Mystery. Season 2, Episode 9. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12718668/?ref_=tt_ch• Keeshae Jacobs | The Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/keeshae-eunique-jacobs• Robinson, M 2018, 'Her daughter is missing. Her son was murdered. This Mother's Day, she graduates in their honor,' Richmond Times Dispatch, 11 May 2018. https://richmond.com/news/local/her-daughter-is-missing-her-son-was-murdered-this-mothers-day-she-graduates-in-their/article_5916a720-210b-535d-9c10-1e144b679583.html• Hillier, B 2018, 'Mother of missing daughter holds 'Missing Person Day' to help support families with missing loved ones,' NBC News, 17 September 2018. https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/missing-in-america/mother-missing-daughter-holds-missing-person-day-help-support-families-n910496• Battle, M 2017, 'What Happens When People Think Your Missing Daughter Is A Joke,' Elite Daily, 28 March 2017. https://www.elitedaily.com/news/dc-missing-black-girls-motherhood-keeshae-jacobs-toni-jacobs/1840648• Layne, T 2021, 'Where is Keeshae Jacobs? It's been 5 years since the Richmond daughter disappeared,' 6News Richmond, 26 September 2021. https://www.wtvr.com/news/local-news/where-is-keeshae-jacobs• Tron, G 2021, ''Begging Them To Please Help Me,' Who is Keeshae Jacobs And Why Was Her Disappearance Ignored?' Oxygen, 23 November 2021. https://www.oxygen.com/true-crime-buzz/who-is-keeshae-jacobs-missing-woman-included-in-black-and-missing-on-hbo-max• Burkett, J 2018, 'Crucial development in Keeshae Jacobs case involves man in prison: Crime Insider sources,' 6News Richmond, 26 September 2018. https://www.wtvr.com/2018/09/26/crucial-development-in-keeshae-jacobs-case-involves-man-in-prison/• "Victim Identified, Arrest Made in Greshamwood Place Homicide," Richmond, VA Police Blog, 9 January 2017. http://richmondvapolice.blogspot.com/2017/01/victim-identified-arrest-made-in.html• "Sources: Man killed in Southside shooting is brother of missing woman," NBC12, 10 January 2017. https://www.nbc12.com/story/34213221/sources-man-killed-in-southside-shooting-is-brother-of-missing-woman/• Rockett, A 2019, 'Man pleads no contest before retrial in killing at Richmond motel, gets 5 years,' Richmond Times-Dispatch, 5 June 2019. https://www.pressreader.com/usa/richmond-times-dispatch/20190605/281616716862833• Tabackman, L 2019, 'Mother of murdered Richmond man frustrated with killer's sentence,' 6News Richmond, 4 June 2019. https://www.wtvr.com/2019/06/04/mother-of-murdered-man-frustrated-with-killers-sentence
We hear from Dave Ternier about how he got into advocacy and what is on his mind regarding the future of trails. Dave shares his experience in telling stories and lets us know about Valley Life Recreation, a group in Minnedosa, Manitoba. Join the conversation and take part in a future episode by contacting the … Continue reading "Ep 85 – Dave Ternier and Valley Life Recreation"
Kim Hillier is the head coach of Drexel Women's Lacrosse and a former coach of Kylie's. Kim and Kylie discuss stories from their Stony Brook days, life lessons learned on and off the field, and Kim's future as the new coach of Drexel. You don't want to miss this one!
Randy Hillier, a longtime member of Ontario's legislature, is facing nine charges related to his participation in the Ottawa trucker convoy — and they could lead to jail time. Hillier's protests against public health restrictions and spreading of misinformation about vaccines have also gotten him banned from Twitter and barred from speaking in the legislature. Today, we speak to CBC reporter Mike Crawley about how the long-standing Ontario politician became a high-profile voice in Canada's anti-vaccine movement, and the trouble he finds himself in now.
I'm worried by this. We'll see what they have on Randy Hillier. I'm skeptical. But even if he's acquitted, they know something now that they didn't know. GUEST: Randy Hillier's lawyer David Anber
Catch up on what you missed on an episode of The Richard Syrett Show. Managing Editor of Blacklock's Reporter, Tom Korski on Foreign Affairs Minister says Canada demands wartime internet censorship. Also, Canada's Public Safety manager says Convoy's internet use posed threat to “social cohesion.” “The Survivalist” w/Stefan Verstappen. Conservative Columnist, Political Analyst & Host of “The Drew Allen Show” Podcast, Drew Allen discusses Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars. Journalist at True North, Élie Cantin-Nantel speaks about the “Next-generation convoy” from Quebec winds through Ottawa. Toronto Sun Columnist, Joe Warmington shares on the arrest of Independent MPP Randy Hillier.
Lesia Vasylenko, Member of Ukraine Parliament; Rob Oliphant; Liberal MP; Michael Chong, Conservative MP; Heather McPherson, NDP MP; Seamus O'Regan, Labour Minister; Joy Malbon, CTV News; Stephanie Levitz, the Toronto Star; Justin Ling, freelance reporter; and Gen. (Ret'd) Rick Hillier, former Chief of Defence Staff.
A recording of Drone Mass by the late Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson is released today by Deutsche Grammophon, performed by Theatre of Voices and ACME, and conducted by Paul Hillier. In this week's Gramophone podcast, Hillier joins Editor Martin Cullingford to recall the creative process of working with Jóhannsson, and to explore this fascinating work and the experience of recording it. Gramophone Podcasts are produced in association with Wigmore Hall.
I was recently fortunate enough to be a guest on The Fitness Movement Podcast with Ben Wise where chatted about-How my athletic experiences have shaped the athlete and person I am today-Why you should be focusing on raising your minimums, not your maximums-Ways to protect your time and stay focused on the task at hand-Three components to increase the odds of you entering a flow state for optimal performance-How to be aggressively curious and never stop learning-Ways to anchor your life through patience and consistencyIf you enjoy this conversation be sure to check out everything Ben is doing with Zoar Fitness. He runs an impressive fitness coaching company and gives out tons of free valuable resources. For the video version head to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evPbTXRIKzM&t=2462s
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