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High Inflation Continues To Impact Sector, Including Food Banks As inflationary pressures keep year-over-year price increases high, food banks see both an increase in demand and a shortage of supply. Food pantries across the country are dealing both with an increase in demand due to broader consumer-facing prices, as well as a harder time keeping up with supply because of the same price increases. The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that “Some of Feeding America's food pantry partners have closed because of dwindling donations and higher costs for receiving and delivering food. Others have less food on their shelves even though they have higher demand.” The article goes on to highlight the vital importance that food banks serve and that folks who need the assistance they provide might be more diverse than the broader public realizes. Read more ➝ Summary Nonprofits on Both Sides of Abortion Issue See Increase in Donations | The Chronicle of Philanthropy Independent Sector Issues Statement on Mass Shooting in Buffalo The Guggenheim Museum, Which Long Resisted Calls to Drop the Sackler Name, Has Finally Quietly Removed It | Artnet News HFPA Considers Selling Assets, Dropping Nonprofit Status | Yahoo Entertainment Oregon nonprofit that turns trash into art lands permanent display at the Smithsonian | KGW.com Transcript [00:00:00] This week on the nonprofit newsfeed, we're talking about high inflation and how it's having impacts on food banks, as well as a bevy of other social impact issues. Nick, how is. [00:00:12] It's going good, George. [00:00:13] it's just trying to, always just trying to keep up last week was a little weird from the financial side. I'm glad we're not a financial podcast, but a few things went sideways and you know, I think that comes back to the larger issue of inflation going on. [00:00:27] That is. Great segue into our first story that is talking about some of those broader trends, economic trends that you were talking about. Namely inflation and our lead story comes from the Chronicle philanthropy, which is supporting that hi Felician is continuing to impact many nonprofits, but food banks in particular. [00:00:50] And it turns out that many food banks across the United States are being. From both directions, essentially, you have more people needing food assistance because of higher food prices and food banks, having trouble keeping up with that higher demand because of higher food and supply chain issues. So. [00:01:14] Yeah, lots of food banks are feeling the pinch, both with supply and demand, kind of impacting their ability to, to provide for, for folks. The article goes on to state that some of feeding America's food pantry partners have closed because of dwindling donations and higher costs for receiving and delivering food. [00:01:34] Others have less food on their shelves, even though they have higher demand. So you kind of have the economics of this. Hitting where Hertz in both directions. And unfortunately the inflation numbers came out and it slowed marginally with the most recent data. But inflation continues to be a really serious problem heading in this case, food pantries, where it hurts. [00:01:56] I think it's important to note that the general consumer price index CPI is it's not accurate for everyone. It is not inclusive of what might be hitting. Some people that are maybe more dependent on travel by car or at the grocery store for different types of materials. But the high-level here. [00:02:19] Compared to last year at this time, we're about 50% down and where we have received and past feral food donations, and about 20% down from food drives in our collection of food from the grocery store, says the executive director, Tyra Jackson there. And it's it. It's tough. It is tough because you're also talking about donations that may have come and picked up by truck by car. [00:02:43] And there are a few donations being. In addition to people needing it more. So, you know, you're going to see this certainly at food, food pantries among others, but something that we really wanted to pull out as a, as a major, a major narrative as only gonna continue as as inflation and gas prices continue to, to pinch organizations that serve the most vulnerable in our. [00:03:06] Yeah, George, I think that's a great analysis. And just as an aside, I was talking with a colleague at our company who she and her partner volunteered at a food bank down in the Nashville area. And. When they were volunteering there, they found out that the food bank was actually closing two weeks later and that all of those resources were disappearing. [00:03:28] So this is very real. This is being felt tangibly by a lot of people. Unfortunately, the most vulnerable people and just calling out to an article. Or featured on this podcast almost a year ago now, but when you look at the statistics of folks on food stamps or folks needing food assistance, it is much more broad and diverse than I think a lot of Americans realize, and that food insecurity is a much bigger and. [00:04:00] Yeah, I'm a much bigger problem than I think most people realize. So it's something we'll continue to follow. [00:04:06] Great. Should we move into our summer yard? Yeah. [00:04:10] Let's do it. Our first article from the summary comes again from the Chronicle of philanthropy. And this is that nonprofits on both sides of the abortion issue are seeing an increase in donations. This was something that we predicted. It's not that hard, a prediction to make. Something we've talked about would happen a couple of weeks ago, of course, with the draft Supreme court decision propelling Roe vs. [00:04:37] Wade. And at this point How the Supreme court is poised to strike that down, back into the forefront of the narrative here. And there are so many organizations on both sides of this issue, local organizations, national organizations, and this is now the most important or most salient, I should say, policy debate in America right now. [00:05:02] So no surprise that non-profits are seeing an increase in donations. It will be interesting to see. How long this lasts. We often talk about how giving because of various news events and attention to these issues have very short life cycles. We talked about donations to Afghanistan, which lasted, everyone was talking about Afghanistan for about 10 days and then nothing. [00:05:30] Right. So it'd be interesting to see here. Especially as it relates to broader kind of political narratives in the United States. The one difference with this is that that decision from the Supreme court has actually not been officially dropped down yet. It's expected to be released in June. [00:05:48] So that, that news cycle we'll get another bump in June when it eventually does drop. But what's your take on the story? [00:05:55] Yeah, it's kind of hard because we're still just sort of pulling in this article at anecdotal evidence and narratives, large narratives like planned parenthood, Federation of America, talking about how. , spokesperson, they're saying they got 70,000, 70,000 new supporters that had signed on with the organization either as donors or volunteers and had received tens of thousands of new one-time gifts. [00:06:21] And the thinking is that if Roe is overturned, the organization's base of supporters are only going to continue to grow and counter narratives there. Pro-life across America, probably of. Groups has not seen a rise in donations since the week, but other smaller ones have said, there's a couple extra thousand here or there coming in. [00:06:40] So still, , I, I, I'm hesitant to draw a macro narratives other than to say, there's going to be an increase amount of volume here. I think this is the first sort of earthquake social earthquake. This announcement ripples are starting to be felt, but I think the big ones still to come. Potential actual decision would be landing. [00:07:01] That would be the summer. Right? Nick, you know, I, I don't know why July is in my mind, but [00:07:05] Yeah, I think end of June a lot has something to do with the docket. Yeah, [00:07:11] so we'll see. But within the next one to two months, general, [00:07:16] I would say from a strategy standpoint, this was the first press it, but the, the wave of. News and attention is going to be very, very intense. And as all things intense, it will burn brightly and briefly, unfortunately, and then come down to that steady drum beat. So you are an organization that is near or adjacent to this topic. [00:07:38] I would be very much prepared for how you pull in. Monthly sustaining donors in that moment of emotion when emotions are at its peak, because the work is going to take quite some time and it's not a one and done it is something that should it should be part of a, a longer term movement that is is going to take a lot of resources. [00:08:01] Absolutely. That's a great framing. I for one I'm done with earthquakes for, for another decade, no more society altering earthquakes. But unfortunately we have another one. To talk about. And we're framing this around a press release from independent sector, which is a national membership organization that brings together nonprofits and foundations and corporate giving partners. [00:08:28] But they put out a press release, acknowledging the violence in Buffalo over the weekend. That being that over the weekend, a white supremacist went into a supermarket in Buffalo, New York shot. 13 people, 11 of whom were black and 10 of whom died. This was an over act of racism and white supremacy was very, very clear. [00:08:52] And We see the nonprofit community responding here. I don't really know. What more to what non-profits can can do about this. This is, this is hard, a hard, very hard problem to solve. And of course, there's lots of organizations that work in this space, the Southern poverty law center and civil rights organizations that of course over the past couple of days have been really highlighting how national political discourses lending itself to this, these far right ideologies and extremist ideologies. [00:09:25] But Yeah, just unfortunately, and another tragic day in a long string of mass shootings that we experienced in this country. [00:09:32] We saw the narrative, certainly of gun rights and organizations like our town saying reasonable things. Like, I dunno, maybe we shouldn't allow citizens to run around with assault rifles , these high capacity magazines and the ability to, to do that much damage in that period of time, there was another narrative around. [00:09:51] How this was actually streamed on Twitch, which can lead to copycats and narratives that this shooter was partially inspired by Christ church shooting, which was also incredibly terrible, but this sort of mimicry of when people see it is a, a dog whistle and just very dark motivation for, for certain people that clearly need help. [00:10:14] Like this is somebody who needs. Folks that are, , drawn to this type of thought, unfortunately, and this type of action then there's a new piece that seemed to be coming out, which I I'm starting to see nonprofits touch on, which is the narrative around replacement theory. And I'm not going to go into it in so much as, you know, giving it any sort of, even the word theory there it is. [00:10:39] It is a white supremacist fever dream, and I don't curse on this podcast, but I would, if I could, because it's it's a narrative that is unfortunately use because it's pulled into media narratives and reiterated on shows like Tucker Carlson, but it has a very, very dark and dangerous, extreme narrative to it. [00:11:02] And so there may be opportunities for if this does touch on a non-profits work in association with. You know, immigration, anything that supports black or brown people and their rights in this country to, take a look at it and see where your voice on it could, could lend a larger and more clarifying narratives on it. [00:11:25] Absolutely George. I couldn't agree more. And quite frankly, I want to see tech companies take a far more aggressive stance on combating this quite frankly. It's unacceptable. The video was five streamed and is just it's. So you type it into Google. It's the first thing you see that is unacceptable. And I would love to see greater efforts behalf of big tech to work with nonprofits and civil society to, to attempt to mitigate this. [00:11:58] Because quite frankly, it's the pervasiveness of these kind of fringe ideas. And I know that's a whole other thing, but I think that there can be a lot more done. And I think that nonprofits and civil society should be invited to play a role in. [00:12:13] Yeah. I don't know what the right answer is. I get worried sometimes about. The narratives that take hold and whether or not it's used as an excuse to go after big tech. The truth is Twitch took that down within two minutes, which is a heck of a lot more impressive in terms of a timeframe than what Facebook did. [00:12:32] A company, 10 X its size with Facebook live. The truth is the ability to publish on the web. Can't be fully blocked. And by saying like, if only it was taken down, what in thirties. If only it was taken down in 10 seconds, I just don't understand the channeling of the social solution. Can't be a faster form of censorship. [00:12:56] Would've stopped this. I'm not, I'm not buying that as a solution, giving that child that 18 year old, maybe not access to a assault rifle. Would be maybe where I start followed by again, pointing toward being very careful when someone's consuming certain types of content in an extreme environment. And also this individual was given access to body armor. [00:13:26] And so the whole narrative of good guy with a gun didn't matter because this person was actually shot at. And it didn't matter because we have turned extremists into super soldiers with over the counter shit. You can get it well, So I, I'm sorry, I'm not buying if only Twitch took it down and got Dan two minutes, I'm not, I'm not buying that sale. [00:13:45] That's fair. That's a fair, that's a fair argument. I agree with you the much more. Proactive way of dealing with this is a gun laws in New York actually has this red flag gun law that should have prevented the shooter from accessing this firearm. And for whatever reason, [00:14:02] Yeah, I haven't seen the full near, I mean, just, I haven't seen the full narrative, but you know, there's more, there's more guns and people in this country. So I don't know. [00:14:10] I agree. Our thoughts are with the families and everyone affected by, by this fine. Our next story comes from news.art net.com. And this is about the Guggenheim museum, which has long resisted calls to drop the Sackler name, the Sackler family, being the family owners of the Purdue pharma corporation has finally quietly removed the Sackler name from. From the building, the Guggenheim has come under lots of criticism and there's been sit in protests at the museum and attempt to bring to light how this family's money is, is as you know. [00:14:53] highlighted throughout this museum as a donor. [00:14:56] And yeah, George authored this to you. I think I have. Complicated FOBTs here and being a new Yorker, we're both new Yorkers. You walk through any museum, the Guggenheim, the met every exhibit is a who's who of corporate power in America, half the ma is named after the Koch brothers. You know? So it's yeah, I wonder what your take is on this. [00:15:21] It's kind of dovetails a bit also with when we were talking about how. Russian oligarchs were giving in the west to legitimize and cause wash disreputable actions and reputation, and to build themselves up, the nonprofit industry does offer this sort of pathway to respectability at a price. And the question is. [00:15:48] Is it appropriately priced? Should that be for sale? I think this is a big move because clearly the Sackler name like has donated quite a bit to, to the arts and the arts are incredibly important, but maybe not as important as the fact that what they have done to. Drug addiction. And this country is probably unparalleled from other companies in terms of it's devastation. [00:16:20] And , maybe you don't give them the social acceptance pass, but hopefully this is something that reverberates out there that it's also hard. If you're an art, I try to put on the other side of it, like there's somebody on the fundraising team of a struggling museum trying to preserve. [00:16:37] You know, history and legacy of fill in the blank type of art that already struggles. And to say like, oh, you're not allowed to take, you know, money from somebody who that happened to make it from oil from this. So like, you know, where do you draw the line? I mean, I draw the line there, the Sacklers, but you know, it is, it makes, it makes for an interesting conversation, I think in philanthropic communities and maybe even. [00:17:02] Just to bring it back to a listener right now you might want to have with, you know, your board and your supporters being like, you know, who would we not take money from if we did Y what would we do? You know, I think there's a lot of folks that take it and be like, oh, you can make a donation, but sorry, we can't name you. [00:17:18] Like, what did you just do? They're like, all right, we're, we're playing this weird sort of moral shell game. [00:17:25] Yeah, I think that's as an interesting analysis and to your point, I would not want to be the fundraiser I'm responsible for that, but definitely something to talk about. Within your organization. Another organization that's been doing a lot of talking within itself is the Hollywood foreign press association, which you may know as the obscure organization that is responsible for hosting and promoting the golden Globes in Hollywood. [00:17:55] So the Hollywood foreign press has been criticized pretty substantially in the past couple of years for. And I think rightly so and incredible lack of diversity kind of opaque voting processes. And as it turns out this organization, which is a nonprofit actually is reincorporating itself as essentially a business they're selling off assets, they're going to drop their nonprofit status and attempt to boost the golden Globes As a ceremony, I guess. [00:18:29] I'm not as well versed in pop culture as nearly anyone, but it's kind of an interesting move. [00:18:38] Yeah, I don't know. I thought it was just funny that it didn't even Dawn on me that the Hollywood foreign press association was a nonprofit. There are a lot of non-profits out there operating for, for better or worse or for interesting. And I'm always curious when there's a transition, either from a non-profit to for-profit for-profit to nonprofit. [00:18:57] I tend to see this a lot less, the, the move. And I just curious to watch what the net effect is. If anything interesting comes of it, you know, we'll bring it up, but you know, good luck. Sorry. You're leading the team. Am I. [00:19:12] I. [00:19:13] don't know if it gets us. Ricky Jervais is one more year of cringe-worthy. Self-loathing Hollywood criticism all sign up for that highlight reel. [00:19:24] Yeah. As long as, you know, I feel maybe touch better that any profit they happen to be making off of that particular spectacle isn't tax tax subsidized [00:19:34] Hmm. [00:19:35] touch better. [00:19:35] There you go. All right. How about a feel-good story, George? [00:19:39] Sounds perfect. [00:19:41] All right. This is from a local NBC affiliate. K G w. Dot com out of Oregon and it talks about an Oregon nonprofit that's on a mission to bring awareness to plastic pollution by turning trash into treasure and has landed a permanent display at the Smithsonian museum of natural history in a. [00:20:04] Washington DC. And essentially they've processed 37,000 tons of plastic from Oregon's beaches. And they've created 87 works of art and the art as looking at some of the pictures kind of like wide ranging implications. But the, or vision it's a wide vision. But it seems to me that you're keeping trash out of the ocean and creating something beautiful. [00:20:31] Sounds like a winning company. [00:20:33] I look at this just incredibly creative to take the exact problem that is destroying sea life and turn it into incredible works of art, which then forced people to, to see this. And, you know, there's this beautiful picture of a turtle created by all of the plastic junk and it just hits you so tangibly to see something at one striking beautiful something you'd associate with nature, but then realize that that that is exactly. [00:21:03] These animals are consuming in the wild increasing amounts of plastic, which have a devastating, devastating impact on ecosystem could be ideas also, as you work on various issues of how do I take the thing that is the biggest threat and turn it into the medium of awareness. And there's something beautiful about this. [00:21:24] I love it. Thanks George. [00:21:27] Thanks Nick.
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Hitting a strength training plateau is so frustrating, especially when you feel like there's nothing you can do to push through it. I'm joined by one of my students, Brittany Sterling, to talk about how she benefits from the support of her community to help her overcome her strength plateaus. We also talk about cheering on other women, the surprising benefits of strength training, and why you need to eat more food! Key Takeaways What Can Change by Applying the Program Information: More compliments from your partner Huge strides in your fitness goals Feeling like a nicer person with more stable emotions About Brittany Sterling Brittany Sterling is a member of my community. I asked her to come on to talk about her experience with Strength Nutrition Unlocked and how she's developed her fitness routine through strength training. The Support of Community is Second to None Strength training has always been a part of Brittany's fitness routine, but she talks about how she hasn't always been hitting her goals and often hit plateaus. One of the biggest things that Brittany can attribute her success to these days is the power of community. Community is the best support system when you're serious about your fitness journey. It's there for motivation and support when you're feeling stuck or you're injured. And each community member brings their own resources, perspectives, and experiences that can help fuel you forward. Surprising Benefits of Strength Training When Brittany started working with me in my training programs, she learned how to apply the knowledge she knew from books in a more practical setting. She started seeing the gains she always wanted to and felt supported in all aspects of her life. One of the most surprising changes for her was that she started to feel happier and more joyful in her life - and her partner even said she was a nicer, more fun person to be around. When you're balanced in your fitness routine, including eating enough calories, you're going to notice those awesome differences! Your fitness journey doesn't have to be perfect. When you take that element out of it, ditch the all or none thinking, and start enjoying your body now! Let me know in the comments of the episode page what you're doing to overcome your plateaus and what role community plays for you. In This Episode Why a support system or supportive environment is so beneficial [8:00] How community can help get you through rough periods in your training [11:15] Why it's so crucial for you to fuel your body and eat more food when you're working long, hard days [20:00] What prompted Brittany to seek help with her fitness routine [24:15] How calorie tracking might lead you into a scarcity mindset, leading to overeating [27:00] What happens when you apply your book fitness knowledge to your fitness journey [29:00] How following a balanced fitness plan with proper nutrition can help you lead a more balanced life [34:00] How your fitness journey can inspire other women [39:00] What happens when you remove the element of perfection from your fitness journey [41:30] Quotes “Having people that continue to support and push you, even when you feel down and out, you have people that you can learn from. You have people that have been there. That no what it's like to slog through things. Maybe what you need to do today is not what you want it to look like. Maybe it's just doing a little something. Anything's better than nothing. Then you come out on the other side feeling so much more accomplished and better about yourself that you were able to overcome the emotional obstacle.” [9:06] “In the last seven years, I've had multiple physical injuries, both work-related and gym-related, and it feels like starting from scratch all over again. You get very frustrated because you know where you were going, how well you were doing, and think ‘I know I'm capable, but I just can't right now, so what's the point?' That's where having that community come in really makes a difference. People who have been there, are there with you, can cry, suffer, hold your hand, cheer you on - it really makes a huge difference in your ability to keep pushing forward to the other side.” [13:17] “Being well-fed makes me a nicer person!” [31:10] “We get so hyperfocused on how we look. For women, it's very much about appearances, skimpy bodysuits, and Lululemon head-to-toe. We do that to be noticed for how we look. How cool would it be to be noticed for what we can do? I don't feel like we do that enough as women. Giving and getting feedback from other women is so cool.” [37:42] “I don't have to do cardio for an hour at one time in order to be effective and progress myself in my goals. As long as I'm moving. A little bit of jump roping or three sets of pull-ups on the squat bar in my backyard so I can do those things has really created this opportunity to not feel like I have to miss out on other things. I don't have to sacrifice one thing for the other, I can do both, it just may not look like I want it to.” [40:51] “We get into those weird mentalities and vicious loops where we say, ‘more is more, all or nothing, it has to be perfect.' We put ourselves up for failure and fall into these weird, sneaky hate spirals. When you're able to let those go and naturally allow yourself to find movement when you can, it makes it so much more enjoyable and so much less like a chore. When you're able to find peace and enjoyment in that, other people notice and want to be part of it.” [43:04] Featured on the Show Join Strength Nutrition Unlocked Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes! Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative
It is episode 100 of the Growing Cubs Podcast! Greg and Jimmy provide updates on the injuries of top prospects Ed Howard and Brennen Davis (3:55), give updates and analysis on the first massive wave of promotions in the system (13:40), and finally the guys end the podcast by reminiscing on episode 1 of the Growing Cubs Podcast and look back and compare the system in 2019 to the system today (25:20).
Podcast 230 This week, we're looking at how to collect more efficiently and, more importantly, more consistently You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin The Time Blocking Course The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The Time And Life Mastery Course The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Episode 230 | Script Hello and welcome to episode 230 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein, and I am your host for this show. When we first start out building a productivity system for ourselves, one of the first things we need to master is collecting. This is how we get ‘stuff' into our system that gets processed and organised and ultimately done. If you're not collecting stuff to put into your system, then you don't have a system at all. Collecting needs to be fast, with as few steps as possible, and we need to learn to be consistent with it. It's not the sexy part of building a system; this is the messy bit in the middle that Robin Sharma often talks about. It's fine-tuning, stepping back and rethinking and more often than not, we have to repeat this process of testing and fine-tuning before we finally have something that works intuitively and consistently. And it's this bit I shall be explaining in this episode. So, without further ado, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast Voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Baz. Bad asks; Hi Carl, I've recently undertaken a project to update my twenty-year-old system to a more modern-day one. Over the last twenty years or so, I've always written things down on a notepad I kept on my desk, but now I want to make this digital. Do you have any tips for making this an easy transition? Hi Baz, thank you for your question. One of the first things you are going to need to get used to is typing out your tasks, ideas and anything else you want to collect instead of writing things down, and this can be more difficult than you might imagine. You see, it feels very natural when you are in a meeting or with someone else to pull out a pen and notepad and write something down. People understand you are writing something important down. Unfortunately, because of the bad press our mobile phones, tablets and laptops have today, typing something into one of these devices makes us feel self-conscious. We fear the other person or people think we're responding to email, checking our Facebook feed or searching for big tractors. (People in the UK will understand that one) The thing is we need to get over that self-consciousness as quickly as possible. I know when I first went digital I needed to explain to people what I was doing with a “hang on while I write that down”. Typing into your phone and writing on a piece of paper is the same thing in this instance. I know it takes some getting used to, but it's part of the process of going completely digital. To lessen this self-consciousness, we need to make digital collecting as fast as we can. How do you do that? This is where the digital tools we use have a big impact. And this starts with the applications we choose. A mistake people make is to look through YouTube and watch what popular YouTubers are using. Thomas Frank uses Notion, Steve Dotto is a big Evernote user and Matt D'Avella uses Apple Notes. Now the thing to remember, these people are not you. They are content creators who likely rarely have meetings with customers and clients. Their productivity needs will be very different from you. Thomas Frank, Steve Dotto and Matt D'Avella will make extensive use of notes apps to plan out videos and collect future topic ideas. If you are in sales, for example, your digital notes needs will be very different. Perhaps you need to keep details of when you last spoke to a customer, have a list of potential customers and information on the products you sell. Information that is very different to a YouTube content creator. So, before you go out and find a tool based on the recommendations of others, stop and ask yourself what your needs are. The next thing to consider is where you will do most of your collecting. Prior to the pandemic, most of my collecting was done on my phone as I was travelling to see students and clients. Today that has changed. The vast majority of what I collect is collected on my laptop. It's here where you need to do some thinking. Collecting needs to be fast and intuitive. For me, I have a keyboard shortcut to collect a task. It does not matter where I am on my computer: whether I am in full screen or not, whenever I activate the keyboard shortcut, I get an input box in the middle of my screen where I can type whatever task I need to be reminded of. Likewise, if I have an idea, I can initiate a keyboard shortcut which will bring up a quick entry box for getting the idea directly into Evernote. Apple Notes has become even easier if you are on an iPad or laptop, all you need do is swipe up from the bottom right of your screen, and you get a new note ready to collect the idea. So, whatever digital tools you decide to use, make sure that collecting stuff into those tools is fast and easy. See if you can create a keyboard shortcut on your computer, and whatever mobile device you are using, make sure at the very least the apps you use for collecting are in your dock or home screen. You don't want to be swiping from left to right trying to find your notes app when you have the next big idea, or you need to simply write down a person's email address. The next step is to turn collecting into a habit. Now, the way to do this is to consciously collect everything that comes to your mind. Anything and everything needs to be collected. A lot of this stuff you collect will be deleted when you process, but you don't need to worry about that at this stage. Hitting the delete key is far better than missing something important. What you are doing here is developing a habit. You can do your filtering when you process. Just get into the habit of using the keyboard shortcuts or pulling out your phone to collect. It's this you need to turn into a habit and learn the necessary muscle memory. Now a quick tip here is if you do find yourself not collecting using your tool of choice, make a point to stop and do so when you remember what you should be doing. This helps to interrupt a pattern in your brain, so next time you will be more aware. It's developing these habits that can be difficult. We've got used to collecting (or not as the case may be), and we have to change that habit. That's difficult. To do that, you have to break the old habit—interrupt it—and replace it with the new habit. That's why even if you do write down the task or idea, make sure you consciously take what you wrote down and add it to your digital system. Once you have set up your system. You've got the apps you've chosen on your phone—most likely to be your primary collection tool—and you've set up your keyboard shortcuts, which you now want to be fine-tuning. To do that you should frequently ask yourself “how can I do this better?”. It's an incredibly powerful question, but it also helps to make sure your system is at its most effective and efficient. One thing I've learned is the fewer barriers there are to collecting something, I am more likely to collect it. This is why I'm always checking to see what has been updated in my collecting apps when they update their apps. Have they found a faster way to collect? I do remember when Apple released their Shortcut apps; I spent many an evening experimenting to see if I could activate my collecting using Siri. I never really found anything satisfactory or better than what I currently use, but I have found that the fastest way to get something into my system now is through the use of my Apple Watch. That's always on my wrist, and so, even if I am out running and think of something, I can still add it to my system quickly using just my voice. What you will find is as technology improves. There will be better and faster ways to get things into your system. If you have Amazon's Alexa or Apple's HomePod, that gives you additional ways to collect stuff. I recently bought an Amazon Echo and was impressed with how I could interact with Alexa so that my tasks could be added directly to Todoist. This means as I am walking around my office, all I need to do is tell Alexa to add something to my to-do list. It's fast and surprisingly intuitive to talk to a device. Perhaps this is where the future of collecting will grow. The key to collecting is not to overthink it. Choose a digital tool, set it up so that you have quick access to the inbox and make sure you use it consistently. That part can be hard; you will slip up from time to time; that's part of the process of learning. Make a mistake, recognise it, and try again. As long as you are persistent, you will soon break through and collecting digitally will become second nature. Thank you, Brad, for your question and thank you to you too for listening. It just remains for me now to wish you all a very very productive week.
Rob Priestly (pictured in the Melbourne Age) has brought the fire and passion of an independent candidate to the usually conservative seat of Nicholls in northern Victoria. Today's Melbourne Age (Sunday, May 15) carried the story: "‘One of the most likely to fall': independent push gathers steam in regional Victoria". Also in The Melbourne Age, reporter Jane Sullivan tells readers: "Top Australian authors urge readers to put climate first in election vote". And the hero of the 2015/16 Paris climate talks, Christiana Figueres says, in an opinion piece, "Floods, fires, coral bleaching: Politicians leading the country to climate catastrophe". Other Quick Climate Links for today are: "Glorious beach summers are part of the Australian imagination. My children are making different memories"; "Tuvalu, sinking in the Pacific, fears becoming a superpower 'pawn'"; "20 solutions to climate change you can try from your own home"; "Can restaurant menus help diners choose climate-friendly meals?"; "Corporates must make ‘a pivot without precedent'"; "Australia's Politics May Be Changing With Its Climate"; "Cost of living and fixing aged care are top concerns as election nears, ANU poll shows"; "Climate Poll 2021"; "How One Billionaire Could Keep Three Countries Hooked on Coal for Decades"; "Oil Giants Sell Dirty Wells to Buyers With Looser Climate Goals, Study Finds"; "Did Warming Play a Role in Deadly South African Floods? Yes, a Study Says."; "Pinterest Will Now Take Down Content Spreading Climate Change Misinformation"; "Missing the emissions for the trees: Biomass burning booms in East Asia"; "Philippines inquiry finds polluters liable for rights violations, urging litigation"; "Mexico's oil gets even dirtier as flaring continues to soar"; "Environment tipping points fast approaching in UK, says watchdog"; "Temperatures could hit 27C in UK with week of sunshine forecast"; "Birds, beavers and microparks: experts plan to rewild London"; "Living Earth Movement"; "What Ministers in a new Government should do – climate change, China-US relations and our region"; "2022 Federal Election: Climate Scorecard"; "Qld rains ease but flood warnings remain"; "Perth teenager upcycles old electronics and computers to give them back to those in need"; "Ask Fuzzy: Why do we need dung beetles?"; "Climate Change Is Disrupting the Global Supply Chain Too"; "The U.S. pledged billions to fight climate change. Then came the Ukraine war"; "Heed the warnings of this palm tree, a 200-year-old drought survivor"; "Alan Kohler: The end of coal is nigh. The next government must tell the truth"; "Coming this Summer: Spiking Electricity Bills Plus Blackouts"; "Fossil Fuels Aren't Just Harming the Planet. They're Making Us Sick"; "Earth Has a 50-50 Chance of Hitting a Grim Global Warming Milestone in the Next Five Years"; "A Climate Progressive Leads a Crowded Democratic Field for Pittsburgh's 12th Congressional District Seat"; "New Research Shows Aerosol Emissions May Have Masked Global Warming's Supercharging of Tropical Storms"; "To Equitably Confront Climate Change, Cities Need to Include Public Health Agencies in Planning Adaptations"; "Warming Trends: Weather Guarantees for Your Vacation, Plus the Benefits of Microbial Proteins and an Urban Bias Against the Environment"; "Inside Clean Energy: In a World Starved for Lithium, Researchers Develop a Method to Get It from Water"; "‘Everything was orange': US wildfires burning at furious pace early this year"; "Poisoned legacy: why the future of power can't be nuclear"; "George Monbiot: ‘On a vegan planet, Britain could feed 200 million people'"; "South Africa's April floods made twice as likely by climate crisis, scientists say"; "Plastic-stuffed seabirds sound alarm call for Australian ocean health"; "Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault". Enjoy "Music for a Warming World". Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/climateconversations
The boys are back after a brief layoff! Leading off, as always, is "Sinkers & Floaters" with the hot and not in the world. In the two hole is a loaded "TCF Sports Minute" with everything from NBA and NHL Playoffs to baseball in the city. In the three hole is a brand new "Pick 3" of fictional football players. Hitting cleanup is our "Everyday Madden Ratings" of lawn care. To wrap up the show, as always, in the five hole is "TCF Top 3" of world flags.
Hank is joined by Nick Morgasen as they discuss the Yankees sweep of the Blue Jays, the Mets comeback win in Philadelphia, the Reds historically bad start, Reid Detmers' no-hitter and more! Its Hitting for the Cycle Thursdays at 7 on @ReviewandPreviewSports --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
Students at Exploits Valley High in Grand Falls-Windsor have been wanting to do "cut loose" for a while now, and audience-members will be be able to watch them as they do. The school is staging "Footloose - The Musical" tonight. Jenna Oldford and Josh Davis are cast members. Scott Simms is their director and teacher.
We're NL fans since we root for the Mets. There used to be such a thing as 'National League' baseball. It had sacrifice bunts, pinch hitters, pitchers wearing jackets in July on the bases. All that is over now that the DH is in place for both the AL and NL. We always favored the strategy behind working around the pitcher's turn in the batting order. But pitchers hitting, if possible, just got worse. And for many valid reasons. We talk about some of the worst hitting pitchers in history wrapped around the lack of hitting so far in this 2022 season as we approach mid-May. Please subscribe to our podcast and thanks for listening! If you have a suggestion for an episode please drop us a line via email at Almostcooperstown@gmail.com. You can also follow us on Twitter @almostcoop or visit the Almost Cooperstown Facebook page. If you can please give the podcast 4 or 5 star rating!
If you want to have a greater reach and impact in a way that you know only online businesses can provide, you're in the right place. This value-packed training is something you can use along with your workbook and something you will probably want to revisit regularly. You will hear about the right way to build an online business that makes an impact and creates freedom and prosperity in your life. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3Fu8Yii
Former MLB All-Star Adam Jones joined Ben & Woods on Wednesday for his weekly conversation! Listen here as Adam talks about the skill required to be a switch hitter, the importance of a manager to his players, and MUCH more!
Do you have to believe in yourself to be a champion? What do championship teams have more than other teams? What does an approach look like for championship level hitters? What role does batting practice play in your approach? What do all great infielders have in common? Are feet actually more important than hands for infielders? How can you use MLB hitters to help your hitting development? What is toughness in baseball and why does it matter? This week's episodes answers all those questions and so much more with Coach Scott Wingo (Univ. of South Carolina). Coach Wingo played at South Carolina and was a back-to-back National Champion with the Gamecocks, including the 2011 College World Series Most Outstanding Player. Coach Wingo didn't roll out of bed with the physical tools to be a champion. Instead, he developed the mindset and character and used those to fuel his skills on the field. Tap play, listen up, and take some notes as we learn about the Championship Traits for Hitting & Infield from 2x NCAA D1 National Champion and current coach at Univ. of South Carolina, Scott Wingo.
Currently, the Bay Area is California's COVID hot spot. The good news? Fewer people are being hospitalized or dying from COVID, thanks to the vaccine and the increased availability of treatments. This wave might also be a window into what life will look like going forward, without the public health mandates we saw at the pandemic's peak. Guest: Lesley McClurg, KQED health correspondent Episode transcript This episode was produced by Maria Esquinca and Alan Montecillo, and hosted by Ericka Cruz Guevarra.
‘You're at the mercy of so many moving points you just don't realize - I'm not a control freak, but there's so much out of your control you just can't wrap your head around.' Today we have a fascinating conversation with the guys about their recent experiences with glass and bottling for their products. We hit on: Digging from multiple suppliers to find quantities needed. Supply chain issues faced and logistics delays. Custom mold costs. Overseas vs US production costs. Hitting bottling timelines. and much more. For questions or topic requests on upcoming episodes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angels helping biotech startups: Learn More Exited founder Sean Kevlahan, PhD tells the story of Quad Technologies and how an interesting polymer contributed to the explosion of cell therapies in the last decade. Sean gives great advice for biotech founders and investors, and joins Armon Sharei in my pantheon of chemical engineers who are gifted communicators. Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patents attorney at Fish & Richardson. Highlights: Sal Daher Welcomes Sean Kevlahan, PhD, Founder of Quad Technologies “...how do you release a cell from a substrate [underlying substance] without killing a cell?” “Magnetic beads have been around for a while. Researchers use them to separate cells.” How Do You remove the Magnetic Beads without Killing the Cell? Quad Technologies' Polymer Made It Possible to Remove the Magnetic Beads “When we first started out Quad, we focused on the academic markets.” The Success of CAR T-cell Therapies Opened Up an Opportunity for Quad -Help Multiply the CAR T-cells Emily Whitehead, the First Patient Treated with CAR T-cell Therapy, Is in Remission for Ten Years The Aha Moment that Put Quad Technologies on the Map Sean Kevlahan's Epiphany Led to a Pivot and Product/Market Fit Ran Into Someone from Bio-Techne at the JP Morgan Conference & Discovered the Strategic Fit Bio-Techne Acquired Quad Technologies in July of 2018 – Investors Did Very Well Sal Daher Is Eager to Learn About Sean Kevlahan's Stealth Startup “Even in biotech winter exited founders who have had this kind of success are very much in demand.” Sean Kevlahan's Grandfather Was an Entrepreneur, a Successful Restauranteur Sean's Entrepreneurship Activated by Hitting the “3-Year Wall” Doctoral Students Experience Quad's Polymer Used to Be Just Coating for Microfluidics Chips; Sean and Adam Hatch Imagined Many More Uses “We went from obviously, biotech, which just makes the most sense to coating the undersides of boats for marine biofouling.” Due to MassChallenge, Quad's Tech Was Used in the International Space Station Sean Kevlahan Speaks Well of Northeastern University's Tech Transfer Office Quad Raised $ 6 Million Which Qualifies as Angel-Scale The Vital Importance of Clear Messaging by Life Science Founders – Lose the Jargon! “...I have to do a mental check, and making sure that I'm not being too jargony.” Biotechnologies Are Multiplying and Creating a Cascade of Opportunities Quad Raised $ 6 Million from Fifteen Angel Investors Siamab Raised $ 14 Million from More than Forty Angels Going from Biotech Founder to Biotech Executive: Compare and Contrast Jeff Behrens Recommends that Prospective Biotech Founders Get Experience at Big Biotech Companies Parting Thoughts from Sean Kevlahan, PhD Topics: biotech, partnerships with strategics, pivot, returns, IP / patents, Mass Challenge
THIS EPISODE Current Angels Outfielder Aaron Whitefield joined Josh Caray prior to his MLB Promotion to talk about his hitting streak, starting the seaosn with the Trash Pandas, getting to play Professional Baseball in Australia, making his MLB debut in 2020, plus much more! ABOUT THE HOST Josh Caray's baseball roots stretch from Atlanta to St. Louis to Chicago to Cooperstown. The grandson of Hall of Famer Harry Caray, son of the legendary Skip Caray, and half-brother Chip Caray is the TV voice of the Atlanta Braves, Josh is the Play-by-Play voice of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. TRASH PANDAS PODCAST NETWORK Join the personalities of the Rocket City Trash Pandas as they tell the stories from Baseball's most meteoric franchise. Play-by-Play Broadcaster Josh Caray presents conversations with prospects and personnel from the organization. In-Stadium Emcee Ricky Fernandez chats about the latest news and promotions.
Jamily Matters is back and so is Pearl Jam! It's been over two years but the band is finally back on the road for a full fledged tour! Roche and Billie discuss the first four dates of the tour to see if they can spot any trends, give some setlist highlights, and overall impressions of the beginning of the 2022 Pearl Jam tour. They also reveal what shows they hope to attend and how they got tickets. Then, it's the part of the podcast that Billie has been dreading. Now that they have ranked all the songs on the albums, it's time to start ranking all the PJ studio songs from least favorite to favorite! Every ranking has to start somewhere and this one starts at the bottom...and Billie couldn't be more disgusted having to do this. Are you doing song rankings as well? Hitting up any PJ shows this year? Let us know! Email us at email@example.com
Space has always been a source of fear and fascination for humankind. The secrets it hides and its celestial objects that look like shooting stars mesmerize and intrigue people. However, even modern technology can't save us from occasional confusion. Asteroids, meteoroids, comets... What's the difference between these space phenomena? And which of them can be the most threatening to our planet? Once every several million years, our planet collides with a space body so large that it causes a global planetary catastrophe. Let's find out about the methods scientists invented to protect Earth if a massive celestial object decides to pay us a visit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Been feeling the pinch on your utility bills this year, or maybe at the grocery store? You're not alone. Canada has been hit with rising inflation, which has meant people are paying more for, gas, food and just about everything else. Edmonton Journal columnist Keith Gerein, who has been exploring the impact of inflation on people's day-to-day lives, joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss where people are really feeling a cash crunch and what's driving some of these higher costs. Background reading: Groundwork: Edmontonians definitely feeling the sting of affordability, but some more than others Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike Rankin and James Fox welcomed on Chicago White Sox hitting coordinator Andy Barkett to provide perspective on the organization's hitting philosophy. Barkett joined the White Sox early in 2021 and has worked closely with assistant general manager Chris Getz in an effort to maximize value within the organization. Before that, Mike and James couldn't help but discuss Carlos Rodon's 2022 impact, as well as pressing news from around the White Sox farm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In some Canadian provinces, gas has gone up by 50 or 60 per cent compared to this time last year. Host Matt Galloway speaks with family support worker Jennifer Spence and farmer Benoit Michaud, two Canadians who have been hit hard by high energy prices; and Kent Fellows, an energy economist and assistant professor at the University of Calgary's School of Public Policy.
Ron is the CEO of AllTrails, the most used and trusted outdoors platform in the world. Before becoming the CEO of AllTrails, Ron was Head of Growth at Yelp Reservations, Co-Founder of Liftopia, and Head of Business Development at Hotwire. The mission of AllTrails is to help people explore the outdoors with hand-curated trail maps along with photos, reviews, and user recordings crowdsourced from an ever-growing community of millions. Initially, Ron was hesitant to accept the role of CEO that was offered to him, but after some soul searching he decided to accept - and ever since the growth of AllTrails has been undeniable. Ron and I discussed: The origins of AllTrails Why he was reluctant to accept the role of CEO Understanding their end-user Why COVID was such a boom for their success Why UGC is a critical component Potential future features The importance of the outdoors for mental health Why inclusivity in the outdoors is their top priority Hitting the 1 million subscribers goal Why culture starts at the top And much more... Ron Schneidermann My Take: Even though we are getting more technologically advanced by the hour, the outdoors are and always will be an integral part of us. Finding a way to marry the two is the type of innovation necessary for this day & age. As someone who uses this app regularly, I can attest to how much easier and safer it makes my hikes - while allowing me to find trails I may not know of otherwise. How To Start A Podcast Support The Podcast
There's no way around it. The Detroit Tigers are struggling at the plate. The Athletic's Cody Stavenhagen and co-host Kieran Steckley discuss the rhyme and reason - or lack thereof - for the woes at the plate. Topics include Spencer Torkelson (8:30), A.J. Hinch's Houston comments (20:30), Ben Verlander (27:40) and Alex Faedo (39:00). Please subscribe, rate and review. Follow on Twitter @CodyStavenhagen, @Kieran_Steckley and @TurnCornerPod.
Has William Patrick Corgan finally found the formula? On the newest Saturday Special Scott & Dr. G attempt to decipher it as they recap the past week in NWA Programming. This has been THREE straight weeks of great Powerr episodes. Have they figured out the taping formula? Sit back with your coffee and enjoy the newest episode of the Saturday Special! Twitter: @PTBNWrestling @DrGPTB @Scottcpodfather
I share so many juicy things in this episode to help you explode your coaching biz and I can't wait to hear how you implement some of these things! Tag me on the gram when you listen @thespiritualbossbabe Below, you can find the links to the specific programs mentioned in this episode... I have a NEW Masterclass called Grow A Wildly Successful Coaching biz that is happening LIVE on 5/11. If you catch this after that date-- no worries, you can still sign up for instant access. Right now it's only $47 and it's going to be jam PACKED with all the things on growing your coaching biz online (or taking your current biz to the next f*cking level)! I seriously hope to see you there because this is going to be LIT AF & change the game for you! ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Star Power is a 6 week Mastermind all around INFLUENCE-- through energetics and embodiment & begins later this month (May). I'm going to teach you the high level energetics, embodiment practices, and aligned strategy to help you stand out & sell out + feel lit the f*ck up and LIBERATED, with everything you're doing and sharing. Star Power goes beyond creating more success, freedom, impact and income in your business... THIS IS ABOUT TURNING UP THE VOLUME ON YOU, and feeling liberated and fully embodied in all that you ARE & all that you do. The exact same practices I share in Star Power (and more new added) is what has helped clients achieve results like... ⭐️ Hitting their first 5 figure month (and $49K in sales)... ⭐️ Growing their social media following by thousands with an engaged audience... ⭐️ Having people slide into their DM's ready to work with them (no more chasing or convincing energy)... ⭐️ Manifesting a website for their biz + $28k in the bank... ⭐️ Videos and content going viral... ⭐️ Unmatched confidence in their gifts, abilities, and soul aligned offers... ⭐️ Having their biggest launch yet-- while doing it THEIR way (no more long drawn out strategies that aren't aligned)... ⭐️ Making ONE post— that ended up in 10 new clients & a $20k+ cash week And the list goes on— I didn't even mention all of the inner shifts that occur! Learn more &. enroll here! ____________________________________________________________________________________________ And last but not least, the *waitlist* is open for QTC (Quantum Transformation Certification)!! Become a world class coach, maximize your impact & get paid BIG! In QTC, you'll and master proven modalities like: Quantum Timeline Journeying NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) Spiritual Life and Success Coaching Quantum Manifestation Method You'll develop the all of skills (and confidence) needed, to master reality creation, enhance your spiritual gifts, and create the life (and business) you've always dreamed of. Get on the waitlist here! Early bird enrollment will happen soon, and class starts in Sept! Thank you SO much for listening to Spiritual Boss Babe podcast! If you're loving it and getting a lot of value, I would so appreciate you taking a sec to leave some love by leaving a review on iTunes! And come say hi and tag me over on the gram @thespiritualbossbabe when you listen!
In this week's episode of Covered In Glory, Toby and Brett kick it off with the upcoming Liverpool and Tottenham match. Toby and Brett discuss the recent play of Liverpool and how they are hitting their peak at the right time and look to be the best team during their chase to win the Premier League. After this, they take a second to talk about Everton, who beat Chelsea 1-0 last week to avoid relegation. Toby brings up the fans of Everton and how the life and energy they brought to the stadium impacted their play. They discuss the other matches between Man U/Brighton, Arsenal/Leeds, and Man City/Newcastle, while they wonder if fatigue is starting to set in for a very good Man City team. They bring it to a close with some hot takes and a 5-Pint Pickoff, as Brett looks to start May on the right track after winning the month of April.
The 2022 NBA Draft Lottery is rapidly approaching and is sure to produce a myriad of fascinating storylines. Here our some of our favorites as we approach a monumental day in the draft process. No Ceilings: https://www.noceilingsnba.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB2VLAKiNE1szf7EJzZF1cg
The real question is this: do the Phillies give us hope and optimism this season? This week, we sat down with Ben Silver (@notinconsistent) from Sports Illustrated's Inside The Phillies to talk about how this Philadelphia Phillies team has been faring from the pitcher's mound to the batter's box. Even though they have a mediocre record, is there hope for this team? It was a great discussion!But first, we dove into this Sixers playoff series against the Heat. With Joel Embiid having missed the first two games, where are their playoff chances heading? (approx. 5:20)From there, we got into some pretty astonishing comments made by Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher about the medical staff. (approx. 18:05)Then we gave our thoughts on the Eagles draft overall, and also our concerns as certain talent hasn't been a priority during the offseason thus far. (approx. 29:35)We then discussed how college football bowl game organizers are now permitted by the NCAA to ink naming rights deals with sportsbooks, beer, spirits, and adult entertainment brands. (approx. 39:35)What we threw down on the Table this week was a great interview with Ben Silver from Inside The Phillies. We dove into what we have been seeing from this team and how much hope we should have. Aaron Nola isn't an ace, but that's ok. The bullpen has been much better than the last two seasons. Hitting isn't a problem, but they've been unlucky in spots. Alec Bohm is cleaning up! All of this and much more this week on the Table! (approx. 46:40)Head over to our website for all of our podcasts and more: philadelphiasportstable.com.Follow the guys on Twitter:Jeff Warren: @Jeffrey_WarrenLen Hunsicker: @LenHunsickerErik Leonard: @BrickPolittFollow the show on Instagram: instagram.com/philadelphiasportstable"Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/PhiladelphiaSportsTable
NTD Evening News—05/05/2022 1. Psaki Leaves, Introduces Next Press Secretary 2. Activists Plan Protests Outside SCOTUS Homes 3. DHS Quietly Ramps Up Use of Title 42: Report 4. DHS Officials Testify on Border Preparedness 5. Amber Heard: Johnny Depp Hit Me Repeatedly 6. Pennsylvania Senate GOP Primary Debate 7. Embattled Congressman Responds to Nude Video 8. Several Injured After Strike in Kramatorsk 9. Russia Rehearses Moscow Military Parade 10. Russia Eyes Asia Amid EU Oil Ban: Analyst 11. CDC Tracked Phones During COVID-19 Lockdowns 12. Wall Street Bonuses Could Shrink Big Time 13. Teacher Discusses Her Sexuality With Class 14. It's Cinco de Mayo 15. Federal Legislation Coming for Nil Deals? 16. Former Educator Criticizes New Math Framework 17. More Than 2K Dams Rated High Hazard 18. Musk's Friends Provide Funding To Buy Twitter 19. Airbnb To Crack Down on Parties During Summer 20. UK and Japan Agree 'Landmark' Defense Deal 21. Japan Struggles To Source Russian Buckwheat 22. Parisians Speak Out Against Triangle Tower 23. 80-Carat Diamond Ring To Be on Auction 24. Prado Exhibition Highlights Sense of Smell
If the Rangers come out for blood again in Game 2, should the visitors try something other than just playing through it? Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bigggggggggggggg week really feels like the sorta climax of the FPL season but not quite the real life season yet. A ton to get into so let's go go go. All our links: https://linktr.ee/fmlfpl 00:00 - Intro / admin. 01:22 - How‘d we do in GW35. 03:47 - League updates. 06:53 - DGW36 and Free Hits and Bench Boosts and Triple Caps and punts and picks and budget guys and keepers and all the shit. 29:35 - Spurs / Son / Kane. 34:38 - Everton questions. 37:09 - More questions from Discord 50:47 - A little bit on our teams / transfers / caps for GW36. 57:13 - Thank yous and cup tiebreakers and anus slap(s) and outro. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Birth Pangs Intensify Tom Donnan pt 1 I have guests come on this program all of the time. I do between 3 and 5 and sometimes 6 interviews each week. I've noticed recently that many guests are discussing the end time, the Book of Revelation and / or things happening in this world. There is a Spiritual awakening happening in the Body of Christ right now – that the Day of the Lord is at hand. For some, they deny such things. They blame it all on “Climate Change.” Or, Russia and China. Some blame still blame Donald Trump. But for believers, true believers, they don't blame anyone but the devil. Praise God. I'm telling people, almost on a daily basis, that NONE of these things worry me. Not one. Not inflation. Not COVID. Not wars. Not crime in the streets. Why? Because I see prophecy coming to pass right before my eyes. And I know how it all turns out. Yes, I'm not going to lie. It does “concern” me. But my hope rests, completely, in Jesus. Amen Our good friend, Tom Donnan, is back today to discuss more things that deal with all of these same issues. The Lord shares these things with Tom through dreams and visions and he is back today to share some recent things the Lord has shown to him. And how they are coming to pass, not at some point in the future – but right now, every single night – on television. Praise God. That is some pretty intense things that are happening or soon to happen. Again, just like Jesus said they would be happening immediately prior to His return. We hardly ever have a session like this when we do not talk about earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and things like that. Have you recently seen what was happening in the Azores Islands? 27000 quakes in a day in the Azores Island chain as they get ready for an eruption. https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=mN2_kYDPMvo (Azores volcanic island prepares for disaster after thousands of small earthquakes - YouTube) END PART ONE I recently seen news reports about new lockdowns in China. In fact, it's been widely reported that China is telling their citizens “shut up and stop complaining” or face arrests. That sounds like a wonderful place to live, doesn't it? Food Riots around the world. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOTh6jiRNxU (Riots break out in China as starving residents revolt against ‘Zero COVID' lockdown - YouTube) Record breaking start to the Tornado season. It seems each year, there are more and more tornadoes than the previous year. As I referenced in the opening, it's being blamed on “Climate Change” rather than prophecy. Have you seen anything that relates to the increased intensity of weather phenomenon? https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=ATkmJxqG9Ss (Record setting number of U.S. tornadoes in March 2022 - YouTube) Tornados, for the most part, are isolated points of destruction. Hitting one spot; then jumping to another. I came across a video stating the USA is having a record number of tornado's this season, 218 so far as of this first week in April. Combined this to the earthquake dream shows an increased destruction to people's lives. 4-9-22. Tornado's Dream I keep having dreams with tornados in them. This morning I had one. It started, I was headed east on 95th near Kedzie. I first saw small debris in the sky swirling around. Then I saw the mild tornado still in the atmosphere. It had clipped a tall structure. I watched as the tornado roped out and drifted down to 99th street. I drove into a parking structure on 95th for protection and to see it. Again I saw it, however it was right above me, very close, spinning slowly. I looked up as in a daze. Next, I look into becoming a volunteer at Christ Hospital. I mingled with the workers, talk and ask questions. Several seem interested in me. I talk with the staff, interact with them, because I worked there for 25 years they were open to me. I was on a tour in the hospital, they brought us into a storeroom/...
Hollie Tkac joined The Copywriter Club Podcast for episode 289. Hollie is a copywriter for coaches in the online space who has built her multiple six-figure business on DFY copy. She shares her experience in creating sustainable income without the 50+ hour work weeks and how other copywriters can build a business that works for them. Here's how the conversation breaks down: The importance of building your network and how it can translate into 50% of your income. How Hollie transitioned from coaching into copywriting for coaches. The benefits of hiring a coach and how to find the right one for you and your business. Transferring skill sets from coaching to copywriting. Steps to developing self trust and stepping into your sense of worthiness. Having 6 coaches at once and determining which coaches could help you get to where you want to go. How to get the most out of your coaching programs, so you see a return on your investment. Hitting six-figures in the first year of business – How did it happen? Should you add retainer clients to your business model? How to hire junior copywriters and how to effectively work with them. The wrong way to charge for your copywriting services. Creating a strong client relationship and building trust can lead to this. Where do most coaches struggle and how copywriters can help them. When are business owners ready for a copywriter? Systems and processes to use when working with a team and keeping things organized. Client work vs working on your own business – Where's the balance? Creating financial projections and how to plan for the future of your business. If you've been thinking about adding retainers to your business or hiring a team to help scale your business, be sure to tune into this episode. The people and stuff we mentioned on the show: The Copywriter Think Tank Copywriting Income Survey Kira's website Rob's website Hollie's website The Copywriter Club Facebook Group The Copywriter Underground Sign up for Typeform Episode 253 Full Transcript: Kira Hug: If you've ever questioned whether or not you could make six figures as a copywriter without creating and selling products, courses, or group programs on the side, this episode is for you. In this conversation, we'll speak with copywriter, Hollie Tkac, about how she niched down and grew her Done For You copywriting business with just that; copywriting. We talked about Hollie's approach to retainers, hiring, and working with junior copywriters, and a few best practices for running a successful copywriting business. Rob Marsh: Before we jump into our interview with Hollie, this podcast is sponsored by the Copywriter Think Tank. That's our mastermind for copywriters and other marketers who want to think outside the box, build new offers, and add revenue streams to their business. We've recently added a mindset coach and assistant coach to help members of the Think Tank make more progress than ever before, and it's not cheap, but given the results that Think Tank members experience after they join the program, it is absolutely worth it. If you are earning three, four, five thousand dollars or more consistently in your business, go to copywriterthinktank.com to learn more. Kira Hug: Okay. Let's hear from Hollie about how she got her start as a copywriter. Hi, Hollie. Well, let's kick off with your story. How did you end up as a copywriter for Coaches? Hollie Tkac: Yeah. Really, it all came down to networking actually, and I still think to this day that's one of the main ways I've built my business. What happened was originally I wanted to be a coach myself, and this is in like 2015, so I joined a bunch of programs and things like that and just took that leap to invest in my business. From that, I ended up making connections and people were liking what I was putting out for my own coaching business I wanted to start at the t...
On the Farm - LaMar Gibson (@InsideFastball) looks at the other side of the ball down, highlighting some hitters to know at each level while looking at the next wave of position players call ups. Welcome (1:00) SS Royce Lewis, MIN 1B/OF Ryan Noda, LAD OF Corbin Carroll, ARI OF Esteury Ruiz, SDP SS Masyn Winn, STL 2B/SS Cesar Prieto, BAL SS Adael Amador, COL OF Pete Crow-Armstrong, CHC Mailbag! (23:48) Signoff (36:45) Sign up at birddogs.com/pitcherlist for a FREE Birddogs hat with your pair of Birddogs. Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
Liv Birkenhauer, CORA President, and Jason Reser, Trail Development Director, join me to chat about how Cincinnati Off Road Alliance (CORA) is helping Cincinnati hit the trails. In this episode we discuss the benefits of mountain biking and how CORA is building and maintaining trails within the community. Find more details on CORA, including trains and conditions here: https://coramtb.org/ Find more details on mountain bike training here: https://gotdirtmtbtraining.com/ If you're in need of a health coach, and you'd like to check out Team Fit With Me - Get 10% off month 1 of all packages, plans, and add on services using this link: www.teamfitwithme.com/poundthis Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youcanpoundthis/ Website: http://amandavalentinebites.com/
Tim, Ian, Seamus of FreedomToons and special guest live-producer Chris join commentator and Virginia state delegate Nick Freitas to discuss AOC's hysterical tweet and the Elon Musk response that roasted her, Elon Musk being correct about democrats move leftward, Desantis slamming Biden over the new 'Ministry of Truth', Biden's insane truth minister, and the Biden debt forgiveness plan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices