Some good news on the economy ahead of the holidays as the push to control inflation and soaring prices could be working—Tom Costello shares the latest. Also, a Virginia man accused of murdering the mother and grandparents of a teenage girl he met online after using a fake identity, now the victim's family speak out urging parents to know who their kids are talking to online. Plus, Trevor Noah in studio 1A to talk about his new Netflix comedy special “I Wish You Would” as he is set to end his 7 year run as a host of “The Daily Show.” And, Hoda kotb has a one on one with Dolly Parton to talk about her new Christmas special and more.
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager get to compete by making a Lattice Top Pie with culinary producer—Katie Stilo. Also, Hoda Kotb has a one on one with Dolly Parton to talk about her new Christmas special and more. Plus, chef Lidia Bastianich shares her delicious Skillet Lasagna recipe. And, Jill Martin shares some exclusive deals to help with your holiday shopping.
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager catch up with Bethany Frankel and her new NBC show “Money Court.” Also, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager play a game of“All Rise” with Bethany Frankel. Plus, lifestyle expert—Chassie Post shares some personalized gift ideas. And, author Katy Hays in studio 1A to talk about her book “The Cloisters” and answers some Read-With-Jenna club members questions.
Hoda kotb and Jenna Bush Hager answer some viewers social dilemmas. Also, Justin Long in studio 1A to talk about his role in the new holiday rom-com movie “Christmas With The Campbells.” Plus, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager play a game of "Don't Look Back!" with Justin Long. And, lifestyle expert—Evette Rios shares some Cyber Monday deals.
This episode features Tiffanie Barriere, a bartender, educator, mixologist, and Tastemakers of the South award-winner who spent 7 years as the beverage director of One Flew South in Atlanta aka the “Best Airport Bar in the World.” This Louisiana-Texas native now based in Atlanta is the trustworthy mentor of some of the best bartenders and mixologists in the world with a goal of education, service and fun with every pour. As an independent bartender, she is known for creative and innovative cocktail menus for pop-dinners, hosting mixology classes around the nation, and connecting culinary and farm culture with spirits. As a leader, she is a member of the Tales of the Cocktail Grants Committee, the James Beard Beverage Advisory Board, and a member of the Atlanta chapter of Les Dames d'Escoffier. Being “The Drinking Coach” has taken her around the world and to demonstration stages of food and hospitality events such as the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, Charleston Food & Wine Festival, BevCon, Tales of the Cocktail, Savannah Food & Wine Festival, Music to Your Mouth and more. As an author-contributor, Tiffanie's cocktail recipes can be found in the Southern Foodway Alliance Guide to Cocktails by Jerry Slayter, Jubilee by Toni Tipton Martin, and Road Soda by Kara Newman. Her reputation as a public historian has opened doors for her to speak on panels at such venues as Fire, Flour & Fork, Southern Foodways Symposium, and the Soul Summit, and she has interpreted the cocktails of African American and women firsts in spirits at the James Beard House in New York City. In 2020, Tiffanie was featured on Food Network's The Kitchen and received the Tales of the Cocktails Dame of the Year award. In 2021, she appeared on the cover photo of Imbibe Magazine for the Top 75 for Imbibe, became a judge for the L.A. Spirits Awards and Ascot Awards with Fred Minnick, spoke in Berlin for Bar Convent, and shared birthday cocktails with Hoda and Jenna on Today Show. We met at dinner in Rome while visiting Italy with Hello Grappa to learn about this unique category of the wine and spirits industry, and we talk about our key takeaways from the trip and how we see our industries evolving in the future. You can follow her @thedrinkingcoach and visit www.thedrinkingcoach.com to learn more about her work. Recorded November 16, 2022 Photo credit: Gregory Miller This episode is sponsored by Diane Carpenter and Ross Knoll Vineyard: https://www.dianecarpenter.org/wines --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acorkintheroad/support
Thank God It's Tuesday! In the latest episode, you are treated to a full blown TOUR of my email inbox, which includes the shocking realization Taylor Swift tickets are not in the foreseeable future (still counting on you, Hoda and Jenna).EPISODE NOTES:Nobody Asked Me, But... (0:19)What do bank tellers and doctors have in common? (6:15)Breaking down an unusual encounter in Schenectady (8:54)Stuyvesant Plaza's inaugural Holiday Stroll kicks off November 20 with a tree lighting ceremony (20:03)The saddest email of them all: Taylor Swift's waitlist (24:56)5 Random Things brought to you by The Bunker - which you can visit in person at any of their three locations or order food online via Mealeo (31:25)Double stuffed duvet covers (34:29)Stay tuned to win a floral arrangement from The Plant Hatch just in time for Thanksgiving (40:22)
„Vyhodnocení (exploze na polském území) ještě bude nějakou dobu trvat, ale předběžné informace, které byly už teď předány do veřejného prostoru, ukazují na to, že se pravděpodobně nejednalo o cílený útok ruské rakety nebo ruského agresora vůči Ukrajině, ale o nešťastnou náhodu,“ popisuje incident bývalý náčelník Generálního štábu Armády ČR Jiří Šedivý.
Nad Chersonom zaviala modro-žltá vlajka. Ukrajinci vyhnali ruských okupantov z Chersonu. Z jediného väčšieho mesta, ktoré Rusi od začiatku invázie dobili. A mesta, ktoré je už v ruskom anektovaných územiach. Čo to znamená pre Ukrajincov a čo pre Putina? Ako bude vojna pokračovať ďalej, a dokedy, ak jej koniec zatiaľ nevidia analytici, vojaci ani americký či ruský prezident? A ako to vôbec v Chersone po ruskej okupácii vyzerá? Ako to vyzerá na oslobodených miestach, kde Rusi mučili a zabíjali aj civilistov? Ako títo ľudia žijú a ako po ruských raketových útokoch na energetické zdroje prežijú blížiacu sa zimu? Braňo Závodský sa rozprával s generálom vo výslužbe a šéfom mimoparlamentnej ODS Pavlom Mackom a režisérkou Vierou Dubačovou, ktorá je práve na ceste do oslobodeného Chersonu a na Ukrajine už od začiatku vojny nakrúca dokumentárnu sériu Tí, ktorí zostali.
The boys have been watching Drinkmasters on Netflix and now have some questions. So they're talking to a master mixologist and guest judge on Drink Masters, Tiffanie Barriere. Tiffanie Barriere is the bartender's bartender, an influencer and educator who has been awarded with some of the beverage industry's highest honors. The Bar Smart graduate is a Tastemakers of the South award-winner who spent seven years as the beverage director of One Flew South the “Best Airport Bar in the World.” As an independent bartender she is known for creative and innovative cocktail menus for pop-dinners and bar consultancy clients; hosting mixology classes around the nation and connecting culinary and farm culture with spirits. As a leader, she is a member of the Tales of the Cocktail Grants Committee, the James Beard Beverage Advisory Board, and a member of the Atlanta chapter of Les Dames d'Escoffier. Tiffanie's cocktail recipes can be found in the Southern Foodway Alliance Guide to Cocktails by Jerry Slayter, Jubilee by Toni Tipton Martin, and Road Soda by Kara Newman. She's also been featured on The Kitchen on Food network and the Today Show with Hoda and Jenna. So grab your favorite cocktail or RTD (we'll explain it in the episode), cozy on up in your favorite chair, sit back and get ready to learn and laugh. @tugayspod #lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqia+ #sandiego #gaysandiego #gaycommedy #craftcocktail #mixologist #mixology #drinkmasterGay San Diego comedy LGBT LGBTQ LGBTQIA+@tugayspod firstname.lastname@example.org#lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqia+ #sandiego #gaysandiego #gaycommedyGay San Diego comedy LGBT LGBTQ LGBTQIA+Producers: Nick Stone & Andy Smith
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager get to answer some viewers questions. Also, Emily Ratajkowski in studio 1A to talk about her new podcast “Hi Low with EmRata.” Plus, chef Gavin Kaysen shares a delicious Coq au vin French dish recipe. And, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager talk to Lake Bell about her new book “Inside Voice.”
Hoda kotb and Jenna Hager Bush try some Halloween treats that can go well with some wine. Also, Barbara Majeski shares some last minute costume ideas. Plus, Aubrey Plaza and Adam DiMarco in studio 1A to talk about the new season of “The White Lotus.” And, Donna Farizan visits a haunted house from upstate New York.
Tamsen Fadal and Jo Lamarca Mathisen call themselves Meno Sisters. They hit it off after a mutual friend "thrust them together" because of how much they both seemed to enjoy talking about menopause, and have remained extremely close ever since. Tamsen is an Emmy award-winning journalist and NYC news anchor who recently created #MenopauseTok on TikTok to bring creators together to share their menopause journey, and Jo (who has also won a few Emmys!) is the former Executive Producer of Today with Hoda & Jenna. They are now working together on a documentary called It's Not Me…It's (Me)nopause. We are thrilled to have them on the show for the second half of Menopause Awareness Month because, like us, they value the importance of spreading essential information about women's health in midlife, and they do it with humor wherever possible. We talk about the difficulties of working in television while experiencing brain fog, hot flashes, and anxiety, we ponder the discrepancy in our mental age and the age of our knees, and we spout off pithy aphorisms best suited for wall art made of wood. Tamsen and JoIt's Not Me... It's (Me)nopause documentary It's Not Me... It's (Me)nopause Insta Tamsen Fadal Website Tamsen Fadal Insta Tamsen Fadal Facebook Tamsen Fadal Twitter Tamsen Fadal TikTok - #menopausetok Joanne LaMarca Mathisen Insta Joanne LaMarca Mathisen Facebook Menopause Awareness Month Roundup (Part 2)State of MenopauseDigital Health Companies Elektra Health, Vera Whole Health, Gennev, and AlloyRevelThe Functional PelvisMenopause CafeAddyi - FDA-approved women's libido drugJulia G WellnessErin's Faces Affiliate LinkSupport the showFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review.
Justin Sylvester brings us some big headlines with the latest scoop. Plus, Alan Cumming visits the studio to discuss reprising his role in “The Good Fight.” And, Jenna Bush Hager discusses her latest book club pick, The Whalebone Theater, with author Joanna Quinn.
Hoda and Jenna hash out their differences with another round of “The Great Debate.” Plus, Donna visits Farmingdale, NY to give another lucky viewer a “Knock Knock Surprise.” And, Curtis Stone visits the studio to make a California-inspired dish.
Hoda and Janna talk the latest fashion trends in a game of “Slay or Nay” and answer your relationship dilemmas. Plus, Nathan Turner gives a lucky viewer a home makeover.
Pour ce nouvel épisode de Chiffon, je reçois l'attachée de presse la plus réputée de Paris. Hoda Roche est à la tête de son agence de communication depuis 2017 (le 07/07/2017 !). Elle m'a reçue dans son bureau, rue Saint Honoré, pour parler Chiffon et plus encore... J'ai découvert une femme chaleureuse et passionnée par son métier. Elle nous parle de ses origines, de ses parents... de sa vie et de son dressing. Hoda aime la mode androgyne, les chemises blanches, le noir et le marine. Sa définition de l'élégance ? "Le sourire". ... Tout est dit !Bonne écoute ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Today's guest is Kim Baker. Kim is the founder of Kim Baker Foods, has nearly 20 years of experience in the food industry. In 2019, Kim launched Pro-Chi, a line of healthy snacks that make it easy for people to eat with intention. All Pro-Chi products are made with organic lentils and are vegan and grain-free. Lentils, a powerhouse ingredient, are foundational to her products, supporting well-being and strength with important macro and micro-nutrients. Pro Chi aspires to provide delicious nutritionally crafted products inspired by innovation and intentionality. Kim earned her Culinary Arts degree from the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) in New York and has a B.S. in Biology and an M.B.A. from the University of Richmond. Kim has been trained as a Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt and has cooked live on the TODAY Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda. In our conversation we discuss: Why she believes sometimes you have to let go in order to let in Her commitment to transformation and why she finds it so important to both live and eat with intention How her relationship with food has evolved over the years, and why she believes strongly in a plant-forward way of eating What inspired her to launch her company Pro-Chi and her biggest pieces of advice for someone wanting to launch a product or start a passion project. Resources: Gratisfied Healthified Online Magazine Instagram: @gratisfied @healthified Empower Bar Baking Mix Pro-Chi Plant Energy Pro-Chi on Instagram
In what Hoda calls one of her favorite interviews ever, she sits down with real life pals George Clooney and Julia Roberts. The two appear together on screen for the sixth time in the new romantic comedy “Ticket to Paradise,” (produced by Universal Pictures, owned by NBC's parent company NBCUniversal). They touch on parenting twins, their 20-year friendship and the one thing they don't see eye to eye on. Find out why Hoda calls their friendship pure magic.
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Hager have a Halloween costume fashion show. Also, Chloe Grace Moretz talks about her new role in “The Peripheral.” Plus, chef Anne Burrell shares a delicious pot roast with squash and artichoke recipe. And, Pros Know—celebrity hair colorist , celebrity manicurist Tom Bachik, and celebrity makeup artist Mally Roncal share some tips on how to create your own celeb look at home.
Making Space is Celebrating Hispanic Heritage by shining a spotlight on one of Hoda's favorite episodes of Season 2. Her conversation with icon Rita Moreno.Rita Moreno has been an icon of stage and screen for over seven decades, making history as the first Latina to win an Academy Award for her 1961 performance as Anita in West Side Story. But life wasn't always easy for Rosita, as she calls her young self. In this episode of Making Space, Rita gets real about the pressures of Hollywood, her troubled romance with Marlon Brando, and how — at 90 years old — she loves what she does now more than ever. Rita also shares about her path to creative fulfillment and self-acceptance, and reminds us of the power of hard work… Sometimes the impossible is just one opportunity away.Rita Moreno shared a story about her attempt to take her own life. If you or anyone you know is struggling, please call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988.This episode first aired on May 9, 2022.
Crystal recaps our NYC visit.Dara Treseder steps down as head of marketing. Bertrand Lanciault III exits as Peloton's Head of Compliance. Crystal reviews Peloton Row after a hands-on demo. The Tread gets new features.The Guide has a new program drop. Beta testing on the Guide is happening. Amazon Prime Early Access will include Peloton. Peloton expands its partnership with United Healthcare. Peloton hosted a talk for Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month. Ash Pryor shuts down fat-shaming trolls. Where is Daniel McKenna? Alex Toussaint was on The Pivot Podcast. Matty Maggiacomo attended the premier of Hocus Pocus 2. Jess Sims was on Hoda & Jenna.Angelo has tips for shifting to maintenance mode. Echelon has a "free rower" promotion. The latest Aristi Series features Kenny Chesney. Ashton Kutcher interviews Denis Morton and Kenny Chesney. Logan Aldridge has new adaptive classes. There are new apparel drops. German Unity classes feature all 10 German instructors. Charolette Weidenbach teaches her first English language class. Crystal has an update on Pedal The Cause. All this plus our interview with Amber Vong! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Clip Out community today: theclipout.com The Clip Out Facebook The Clip Out Twitter The Clip Out Instagram
Mary is joined by Melody Godfred to talk about how self-love shows up in our lives, especially post pandemic. You will learn... how self-love shows up in motherhood and parenting why achievements don't always bring joy the intrinsic power women hold and how to embrace it Remember: the goal is not to check the boxes for the sake of “success”; it's to get closer to YOUR aligned center and be able to live authentically. Melody Godfred is the Self Love Philosopher. As a poet, author and speaker, she is devoted to empowering people to love themselves and transform their lives. Her poetry has been featured by Oprah Magazine and Today with Hoda and Jenna, among others, for its wisdom and ability to deeply resonate and uplift. Her bestselling debut poetry collection, Self Love Poetry: for Thinkers & Feelers, was recognized as one of the best poetry books of 2021 by Woman's Day, and her self love guided journal, The ABCs of Self Love, was recently featured by Hudson Booksellers at over 300 airports across the United States. Melody's new poetry collection, The Shift: Poetry for a New Perspective, is set to be published on September 27, 2022 by Andrews McMeel Publishing and is designed to reframe how we see and move through this brave new, post-pandemic world. Follow Melody on Instagram: @fredandfar Learn more about Melody's self-love poetry books here: https://www.melodygodfred.com And if you enjoyed this episode, screenshot it and share it on social media! Make sure to tag @maryspodcast and @fredandfar
"Heart rate variability has really come to the forefront in the last 40 years as being the most important biomarker for tracking health and recovery on a regular basis, and not just health and recovery, but resilience." (Neurohacker Collective) Watch this interview here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/8wbt2o-lO1I It's something we've covered on past episodes[i] including our most recent EP #228 where we reviewed Heart Rate Variability, what it is, why it's important to track, with tips to increase it, for increased capacity throughout our day. On this episode we will learn: ✔ How Rohan Dixit created a wearable device for stress relief, based on his own personal struggles. ✔ The ONE THING that most of us are missing when it comes to improving our mental health and well-being. ✔ How Rohan came across HRV in his research and why as a neuroscientist he looked outside of the brain for a solution for our mental health and well-being. ✔ REVIEW: What is HRV and why it is an important biomarker to measure. ✔ Why tracking HRV in real-time helpful for our mental well-being. ✔ How we can all improve our stress levels by looking at our data. ✔ What is biofeedback and how does it work? ✔ The most common ways to decrease our HRV, that we should all be aware of. ✔ The research behind HRV as a drug-free solution to stress and anxiety reduction. ✔ How to get started and receive 15% off your first month using the code ANDREA. NOW IMAGINE THIS! What if you could see your HRV in real time throughout the day, so you know what's helping this important score, or hurting it? We will cover this on today's episode as we meet with Rohan Dixit, the founder of Lief Therapeutics (a wearable stress relief device) that's designed to help us to overcome stress and worry from the inside out. Stay tuned and we'll explain how this ground-breaking device can help ALL OF US to improve our health, as we learn self-regulation strategies using the device, that will eventually become a habit, showing us how to break free of anything that might be holding us back. Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results, with our brain in mind. I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and educator with a passion for learning specifically on the topics of health, wellbeing and productivity, and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is to our everyday life and results using the most current brain research. If there's a tool, strategy or resource that I find, that could be helpful to improve productivity and results, whether we are a teacher in the classroom, a coach or in the modern workplace, I will share it here. On today's episode #248, we will be speaking with Rohan Dixit, the founder of Lief Therapeutics, to see if we can sharpen our saw with our understanding of HRV, a biomarker that's known for tracking health and recovery as well as resilience. What I think is absolutely incredible with this wearable stress relief device, is that you'll see that the point of wearing this device, is to train us to breathe in a certain way to relieve our stress, anxiety and worry (that it will pick up) and then help to calm us down, so we won't need to rely of the device. Rohan's mission is not about the money he could make with the device, but truly about helping people to be able to manage their own problems, without the use of medicine, or pills, or those things we do that we know relieve stress in the short term, but are bad for our overall health in the long term. I can't wait to speak with Rohan Dixit, and explore the technology he created in his garage, (he's a real Steve Jobs story) and the idea was based on his own personal struggles with anxiety and depression when he was younger, that he overcame, and then used his experience to help others. Let's meet Rohan Dixit, the founder of Lief Therapeutics, and see how this device works, to improve our mental health and wellbeing from the inside out. Welcome Rohan, it's incredible to meet you after wearing the device you invented and now I have this incredible opportunity to ask YOU questions about it. This is amazing. Thank you for joining me today. I'm wearing mine today, and curious, do you wear yours every day or have you gotten the point to where you can self-regulate without it? INTRO: To start off, Rohan, I had a blast researching your work, and am so glad I listened to you on The Abstract Doctors Podcast[ii] because I tend to more on the serious side, and could lighten up my interviews to make them more fun/less stressful and as I was learning more about you, I was dying laughing with these two doctors covering your Lief Device. They were asking why it's called Lief, and they were guessing “it's about turning over a new leaf?” Why is it called Lief? Then I watched your clip of the Today Show[iii] with Hoda and Savanna trying out your device, and I thought, wow, I take learning and this podcast a bit too seriously because they were having such a good time investing the high stress parts of their day. Since you are an expert at helping people relieve stress, I wonder what tips you would have for me or anyone else these days who spends most of their day sitting at a desk? What are most of us missing that could help us handle life's pressures/stresses better? Q1: I know there has to be a story here of how you came to be the founder of Lief Therapeutics that is focused on helping people to overcome stress and worry from the inside out. Where did this begin for you? Q2: Where did you come across HRV, and is there really a story like Steve Jobs where you started this whole idea in your garage? Q3: Can you give me YOUR definition of HRV for the lay person who is tuning in, and has no idea what it is? (We have talked about it often on this podcast but I recently reviewed it when I became stuck explaining it to someone else). Q4: Tracking HRV in real time is such an incredible idea. I track with a device that gives me a daily score and I wake up dying to see my score, hoping for improvements as I'm working on certain strategies. Why would someone need to know their HRV levels throughout certain parts of their day? How does this help them? I think I heard you say this knowledge is like our “superpower!” What do you mean by that? Q4B: Is the strap for athletes who might need to measure their HRV during play? Q5: So I wrote your questions BEFORE trying out the device and wanted to add a snapshot of my work day, to see what you see with my bar graph. I had an important LIVE presentation on Monday morning that I practiced all weekend for, and wore the Lief device thinking it would show how calm I was under pressure. Then the unexpected happened and I had 2 major unforeseen tech issues that really threw me off. I'd like to know If you look at my Monday morning, what do you see but I want to guess and see if I have the right idea of this first? This is what I see: I started out calm (green) which is the 60th-80th percentile and then as the time for the presentation came closer, I went into yellow, lowering my HRV to 20-40th percentile, most of the time presenting was yellow, with some RED (o-20th percentile) that happened about the time of the tech issue, and I ended up back to GREEN. While I was hoping to show you all GREEN with my morning, I can see that I had some moments of stress, but when something goes wrong, and we need to think and troubleshoot our way out of problems, I think this was me at yellow, thinking and not shut down in RED. What do you see with these colors? Q6: Now that we've talked about Lief measures, I wonder How exactly does the device work? What is this idea of biofeedback, and why are the sensors so important? 6B: What should we be looking for? We have already talked about the bar graph at the top of the dashboard that shows our HRV in real time. I put my WEEK 1 and WEEK 2 of using the device in the show notes to look at. Just glancing at my week 1 vs week 2, I can see my range improved from 46-55 (week 1) to 52-61 week 2, going from 65% success to 72% success. What should everyone be looking for in their first few weeks of using Lief to know that we are in fact showing an improvement? Q7: Have you ever done experiments like I've seen people do with glucose monitors, and look to see what are a few of the most common ways to increase your stress and decrease HRV? Q7B: I've been tracking my HRV and RHR with a different device since I heard Dr. Andrew Huberman's podcast on the effects of alcohol on our brain and body[iv], and after I heard how bad it is for us, I don't think I'll ever drink alcohol again. After stopping this toxin, I'm watching my HRV skyrocket up. After 2 weeks, my HRV went from 76 to 84 and after a month it's jumped up to the 90s. I know it's clear that alcohol impacts our HRV, giving us less capacity to handle stress throughout our day, but what else have you noticed affects us in this drastically? (sleep, diet, hydration I'm sure…anything surprising you've seen)? Q8: What's involved for individuals who want to try it out, as well as health care providers? Do people just click on the link you provided for our listeners to get started? Q9: What research backs this drug-free solution to stress and anxiety[v]? Q10: I know this is way too many questions, but if I make them fun, I'm sure you won't mind answering them! Is there anything important I have missed? Thank you, Rohan, for sharing your groundbreaking program for us. For people who want to learn more, I do hope they will click on the affiliate link and test the device out, like I did, and see what they notice. I noticed a difference on the first day of using the device and it was surprising to me that it picked up times of my day where I felt anxiety (like before I go to sleep) and didn't realize it. I think the Lief device is an incredible solution for anyone who is anxious about something, to help to train themselves to calm down, and self-regulate without the need for drugs, or alcohol that we know is bad for our brain. Thank you again Rohan for coming on the podcast, and for your time today. Some Final Thoughts on This Episode: As we close out this episode, I wanted to let you know that Rohan and I chatted a bit at the end, after we finished recording. It became clear to me that he had created this device, and coaching to help others, and it's NOT about the money. From the product creation side, we do need money to sustain our business, so it's not going to be free, obviously. If you click on the link, it will take you to a page to get started. The device costs $49/month and the coaching is $50/month for a total of $107.95/month which at first glance can seem like it's high. I thought about this before trying it out, and what I would say to others who might also want to try it. If you've ever gone to therapy for a problem you've had, I know I've paid much more than this, in addition to doctor visits for our health and wellness, so I think about this device to be like training wheels to help us to use HRV as a biomarker, that will make us more resilient to stress, once we've learned to breathe in a way that the device shows will calm us down, and the coaching will help with all the questions, and data analysis to be sure you are going in the right direction. Once you've got the hang of controlling your HRV through breath work, you shouldn't need to use this device. I hope this has helped you, like it did for me, to see there are tools and resources in the world that can help us to improve our resilience to stress. If you want to try the device, just go to www.getlief.com and use ANDREA at checkout to receive 15% off your first month. If you have any questions for me, please don't hesitate to send me an email[vi]. TO TRY THE DEVICE Go to www.getlief.com Put the code ANDREA in at checkout to receive 15% off your first month at checkout. FOLLOW ROHAN DIXIT Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohan-dixit-5453a833/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/getlief Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getlief/?hl=en Website: www.getlief.com RESOURCES: Richard Gevirtz https://www.alliant.edu/faculty/richard-gevirtz REFERENCES: [i][i]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #228 Review of Heart Rate Variability https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-fact-friday-review-of-heart-rate-variability-the-most-important-biomarker-for-tracking-health-recovery-and-resilience/ [ii] Abstract Doctors Podcast with Rohan Dixit https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/s2e6-rohan-dixit/id1534778814?i=1000532292468 [iii] How Stressed do Hoda Kotb and Savanna Guthrie Get Over 24 Hours? April 11, 2018 https://www.today.com/video/how-stressed-do-hoda-kotb-and-savannah-guthrie-get-over-24-hours-1208201283672 [iv] Dr. Andrew Huberman's Podcast on “What Alcohol Does to Your Body, Brain and Health” https://hubermanlab.com/what-alcohol-does-to-your-body-brain-health/ (37:39 alcohol and cortisol). [v]Pilot Study on Reducing Symptoms of Anxiety with a Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Wearable and Remote Stress Management Coach https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10484-021-09519-x?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst&utm_source=ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst&utm_medium=email&utm_content=AA_en_06082018&ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst_20210726 [vi] Send Andrea any questions about her experience using the Lief Device to email@example.com
This episode is sponsored by The EVOLVE Program - Access the FREE Unlocking Higher Purpose Mini Course here ▶︎ http://unlockinghigherpurpose.com and join our community of catalysts for the awesome opportunities about to unfold! In this episode we dive into: ✔️ What it looks like to lead from multidimensional alchemy ✔️ A snapshot of new earth business models ✔️ What's a regenerative product and how is it made ✔️ When Soul leadership trumps logic ✔️ Leading in the dark when something else is lighting with way ✔️ Why old models will crumble ✔️ Tasting the difference when food is medicine for body, soul and spirit ✔️ Nothing is new, it's all been done and until we innerstand death, we'll stay stuck in an unproductive paradigm About Hoda Mohajerani: Hoda Mohajerani has synthesized over three decades of experience in women's, environmental and human rights advocacy; natural medicines, premium organic branding, fashion and music production; into a systems-based, servant-leadership, to nurture and realize visions for people and the planet. A graduate from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, Hoda's academic background spans sociology, literature, arabic and comparative religions. She has worked with various ngo's such as the Women's Environmental Network, the UN, the Centre for the Study of Democracy and has been a frequent guest on the BBC. She has been described by those closest to her as a: Visionary Leader. Servant of Love. Critical thinker and Compassionate Bullshit Slayer. The many routes of Hoda's personal "Silk Road“ all eventually led to the founding of CHAKRA CHAI: A regenerative, mission-driven company rooted in the five thousand year tradition of Ayurveda. Their primary tagline "Conscious Nourishment for The Conscious Age“ hints at the company's fundamental principle: Consciousness is at the heart of our existence. Our heightened (or reduced) access to Consciousness determines the realities that we experience- individually and collectively. The story of the becoming of this "Brand from the Beyond“, why it matters and how food can be a conscious vehicle of transformation (and vehicle for the transformation of consciousness) will be just some of the topics we will discuss on today's podcast. Instagram @chakrachaiofficial www.chakrachai.co Connect with Stephanie: ▶︎ WEBSITE | https://www.stephanietrager.com ▶︎ YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/channel/stephanietragercatalysttalks ▶︎ INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/stephanietrager ▶︎ FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/stephanietrager ▶︎ LINKEDIN | https://www.linkedin.com/stephanietrager ▶︎ TWITTER | https://www.twitter.com/stephanietrager
Relationship Dilemmas—Hoda Kotb and Jenna Hager get Tyler Cameron's point of view. Also, Jessica Cruel shares Allure's best beauty products. Plus, singer Omarion talks about his new book “Unbothered.”
US Nationals Winners Vince Hoda and Rusty Baxter talk us through their Championship Week. JP MIller and Rex touch on the WDRA, Greg Anderson winning his 100th Wally in Pro Stock, a new world record on 2 wheels, and Antron Brown goes to bat for all of us by testifying in front of Congress after winning TF and Indy.
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S4:E115: It's been one year since Kate finalized her adoption of her daughter, Gigi. In this episode, (part 1 of Kate's adoption story,) Jill interviews Kate about what her journey to adoption was like. A lot of people ask Kate about adopting as a single person, adopting from foster care, what the process was like, etc. So today she is sharing her story here and answering the most frequent questions she gets asked. Come back next week for part 2! Songs on Repeat Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/75lzjrQWtvjxEPDj0wuEKS?si=72e1fa96fa484213 615-592-5777 www.instagram.com/jillandkate www.jillandkate.com www.facebook.com/jillandkate www.twitter.com/jillandkate
Tiera Kennedy is on The Today Show today with Bobby as he co-hosts with Hoda. Plus, she shares who her mentors are and new music! Amy's daughter is taking her learners permit test at home, so we test Amy's driving test knowledge. We play Blind Boy Band Karaoke where we put Boy Bands songs on the wheel. Whatever song it lands on, the person has to perform the song but with NO LYRICS!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bobby is co-hosting The Today Show with Hoda today and tomorrow! He tells us about his experience and shares some behind the scenes stories from The Today Show. Mailbag: A listener doesn't know the best way to tell her dad he's NOT invited to her wedding. We play the Bobby Feud and try to name the Top 10 country artists that crossovered to other music genres.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
H&J Love NY – Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager go behind-the-scenes of one of the finest restaurants in NYC. Plus, we're catching up with Valerie Bertinelli, and she's whipping up salmon kebabs.
Helping you heal and feel your best. Bobbie Thomas shares some of her favorite sunscreens. And, Jessica Alba visits the studio to talk about raising her kids and running a beauty empire.
Europe's drought uncovers ancient artifacts. Plus, a new report finds successful treatment for alcoholism using psilocybin and talk therapy. And, Pickleball on the plaza, the fastest growing sport in America.
Hoda gets an office makeover by the Home Edit team. Jenna and George Oliphant redesign the Madison Square Boys and Girls Club's rec room in Brooklyn.
Hoda and Jenna's Adventure show! Hoda and Jenna take the Polar Plunge. Plus, a taste of Hoda's Home: New Orleans. And, riding across New York City in a pedicab surprising fans along the way.
A best of Birthday Prank about weed kicked off our 3rd hour. Is there substance to the claims that Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb are feuding? And imagine going to the zoo and this happens!
Author. Speaker. Mental Health Expert and Ph.D. student Jay Barnett is on a mission to empower, inspire, and ignite fire in the minds of men and women across the globe, helping them become their best selves. Jay has been featured on NBC's Hoda & Jena, The Breakfast Club, Wendy Williams, and Black Enterprise. He has emerged as the voice of mental health in the black community. Former professional football player-turned-marriage and family therapist Jay has more than 10 years of experience as an acclaimed youth mentor, author, and speaker. As a clinician, he translated the lessons and strategies he learned on the field into meaningful lessons for life and how to develop a winning mindset. His latest book Just Heal, Bro, has become a national tour. A co-creator of the “Just Heal, Bro Tour” along with Living Hope Production, JHB is helping men from all walks of life heal mentally and emotionally in a safe and therapeutic space.Support the show
I loved celebrating the release and a Book of the Month selection as well as a Hoda and Jenna Recommended Summer read, The Lifestyle with author Taylor Hahn. The book is such a fun summer read and IYKYK the premise is GASP! We laughed and chatted all things debut novels, writing all while still practicing law. Follow Taylor for her latest novels and news: https://www.taylorhahn.com
H&J Love NY – Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager go on a sailing adventure in NYC! Plus, Olivier Palazzo shares his summer salmon tacos recipe. And, astrologist Jennifer Racioppi answers all your horoscope questions.
Joel McHale joins Hoda and Jenna in a game of McHale or McFail. And, Zana Roberts Rossi shares some of the hottest trends this summer to enhance your natural beauty.
Retta joins Hoda and Jenna to talk HGTV's “Ugliest House in America,” where she returns as host for season two. Also, Joelle Garguilo spotlights a summer camp for kids with special needs.
Hoda and Jenna play a special edition of “Trend or Pretend” with TODAY's summer interns. Plus, Maren Morris stops by to chat about her new album “Humble Quest” and life on tour.
The Department of Justice is expanding its investigation of January 6th to include former President Donald Trump. Mark Zuckerberg makes headlines for being frustrated over employee question and Chris Cuomo is an employee once again, landing a gig somewhere you won't believe. Plus Democrats reach a landmark deal, a lynx is loose on Long Island, a new poll is devastating for President Biden, Lamar Odom taks a shot at Khloe Kardashian, the new Marilyn Monroe biopic is making some noise, and are Hoda and Savanna feuding? #DonaldTrump #MarkZuckerberg #ChrisCuomo #Podcast Get more AoA and become a member to get exclusive access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOfx0OFE-uMTmJXGPpP7elQ/join Support the troops, Order JumpStart Coffee Company Here: https://bit.ly/JumpStartAoA15 Get Merch here - https://bit.ly/AnthonyMerch Explosive Jeffrey Epstein Prince Andrew Book: https://amzn.to/3juG9bj Subscribe to the Anthony On Air Podcast here: Facebook - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirFB YouTube - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirYT Apple Podcast - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirApple Google Podcast - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirGoo Spotify - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirSpot Stitcher - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirSti Overcast - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirOv Twitter - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirTwitter Instagram - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirInsta Get more at https://www.AnthonyOnAir.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anthonyonair/message
Hoda and Jenna hop in a pedicab and head to Brooklyn's Coney Island for some ‘Wheelin & Dealin' fun. Plus, the ladies sit down with Shea and Syd McGee of Netflix's “Dream Home Makeover” to discuss how you can transform your home décor at any budget.
When their powers combine... are Julia Fox and Christine Quinn our very own Avengers? We're visiting the CELSIUS Arctic Vibe Launch Party (mainly, to see Zedd); The Chainsmokers are going to "space" and unfortunately NOT playing the first annual Nickelodeon NickFest; Lala Kent got a "new ear"; and Nikki Glaser's got 25 things you don't know about her. Plus, 3 feuds (Tyra v DWTS, Savannah v Hoda, Trina v Khia), a bunch of new relationships and break ups (RIP Chuck Lorre & his podcaster wife, Arielle) and Rita's fighting the UK heat wave. Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hoda Kotb is a pro at a lot of things. And speaking with other incredible women is at the top of that list. In this special episode, Hoda flips the script and interviews our co-founders and co-CEOs, Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin, about the past ten years of theSkimm. This week, they discuss how they — as leaders — have evolved in the last decade, why being told no was important to their growth, and how theSkimm will continue to meet women where they are in the years to come. PS: Keep up with Carly and Danielle between episodes. Follow @carlyanddanielle on Instagram.
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are chatting with Sarah Hyland about hosting “Love Island USA.” Plus, celebrity makeup artist Ashlee Glazer has your beauty, style and tech essentials for your summer travels.