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The Hoffman Podcast
S3E28: Kevin Eyres – Beyond the Intellect

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 36:02


Deep in a career in technology, Kevin Eyres, now beloved Hoffman teacher and coach, realized he wanted to grow "beyond the intellect." As a result, he took the Hoffman Process. Taking the Process supported him in journeying beyond his intellect to a deeper embodiment of his whole Quadrinity - body, emotional self, intellect, and Spiritual Self. Kevin loves to grow through new experiences. Even with this innate love, Kevin's path to becoming a Hoffman teacher was, in his words, "a rocky road." With a beautiful heart, Kevin shares how he came up against plenty of negative patterns within himself around status, title, and identity as he followed his desire to become a teacher. One thing Kevin knows from a career in tech and entrepreneurship is that failure is more a state of mind than a static single event. Listen in as Kevin shares a powerful way to reframe failure. If you haven't yet heard, the Hoffman Institute has a new app. Kevin is the project lead and shares with Drew the process of designing and creating the app. The entire project was and continues to be community-minded. More About Kevin Eyres With an agile heart, Kevin Eyres helps executive leaders be fearlessly human. He helps them discover that the real challenge often lies in limiting beliefs, and the lack of emotional connection within. He combines his deep business leadership experience with spirituality, mindfulness, and psychology. This supports him to amplify love and self-kindness which ultimately results in leading with courage, agency, and purpose. Previously, Kevin has led the international hyper-growth strategy and operations as the Managing Director of LinkedIn Europe as well as MD for AltaVista International and SideStep/Kayak. He has been a long-time member of YPO and is a top-rated Forum facilitator and trainer. Kevin's work has a deep common thread of helping others realize the best in themselves. He expresses his talent at guiding others through his work as a teacher at the Hoffman Institute, an executive coach, as well as through his service on corporate and non-profit boards. Kevin loves being husband and dad most of all. Extra fun activities are ice hockey, singing, cycling, meditation, and geeking out on all things tech and design. As mentioned in the episode The Hoffman App Your journey to discover your authentic self does not end after the completion of a Hoffman course. Rather, it is just the beginning. The Hoffman App is here to support you as you continue this journey, today and far into the future. The app is full of guidance, practices, and visualizations to inspire and help you achieve your personal goals. We like to think of this app as, “Hoffman in your pocket.” It's available at the App Store.   Discover if the Process is right for you. Subscribe on Apple/iTunes

Value Add With K&K
#141: Tiffany Hoffman: Breaking Real Estate Agent Norms

Value Add With K&K

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 55:12


Joining us on the Get in the Cashflow Game with K&K Podcast is Tiffany Hoffman Tiffany is a Real Estate Agent with EXP in San Diego, who focuses mainly on 2-4 unit investments for her clients. On this podcast we go over: Tiaras and Real Estate Agencies Generational Wealth Who you know in the industry How to succeed and stand out from other agents You can find more about Tiffany at: Website: https://investwithtiffany.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/investwithtiffany/?hl=en You can check out Get in the Cashflow Game at:  Website: https://getinthecashflowgame.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getinthecashflowgame/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKCq8ChflxF7qWPfV395eag Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/getinthecashflowgame You can find more information about Kenny Simpson at:  Website: https://www.simpsonmortgage.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kennybsimpson/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kenny-Simpson-111871733890408 You can find more information about Krystle Moore at:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krystlerosemoore/ Website: www.pacificshorecapital.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pacificshorecapital/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Krystle-Moore-273576823172681 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PacificShoreCapital Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Well Told Tale
The Sandman - Part 2 (of 2)

The Well Told Tale

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:29


Last week, we learned of the horrific backstory of our protagonist Nathaniel.  Scarred by the death of his father in what would appear to be an accident involving the lawyer Coppelius, he has become convinced that this Coppelius is The Sandman, and worse still, that he has followed him to his university town in the guise of the trader Coppola.  The idea is driving him insane, much to the concern of his love Clara and her brother Lothaire.  Will he continue his dissent into madness?  Is there any truth to the idea of the Sandman twisting his mind?  Or will Clara be able to bring him back from the brink? If you'd like to support The Well Told Tale, please visit us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thewelltoldtaleBooks - (buying anything on Amazon through this link helps support the podcast):Tales of Hoffman - https://amzn.to/3nmWPECSix German Romantic Tales, by Kleist, Tieck & Hoffman - https://amzn.to/3kGsQppNeil Gaiman's The Sandman Omnibus Vol 1 - https://amzn.to/3kK1gHII would like to thank my patrons: Toni A, Joshua Clark, Maura Lee, Jane, John Bowles, Glen Thrasher, Ruairi, Cade Norman, Chris, Britt and Silja Tanner.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thewelltoldtale)

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Glosa Plus: Ivan Hoffman: Dobrý den

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 2:36


Na procházkách lesem mám rád moment, kdy se míjíme s protijdoucími turisty. V deseti případech z deseti se naše pohledy potkají a popřejeme si dobrý den. Zřejmě to je tradice, možná to patří k turistickému bontonu, podobně jako prý na sebe vodáci volají ahoj. Přijde mi ovšem, že vodáci se na rozdíl od nás, turistů, zřídka míjejí. Vesměs plují po proudu, takže příležitostí k pozdravu asi bude hlavně předjíždění, kdy má někdo naspěch.

Wilde On
Season 3 - Episode 9: Laura Clare James & Tara Zepp

Wilde On

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 63:42


Today's show is featuring another double whammy. First up, is a former Professional Wrestler, turned stunt woman, turned actress. She was born and raised in London, England but now identifies as an American. Even though she spends a lot of her free time and money hoarding creature comforts from the motherland. Ladies and gentleman, my girl Laura Clare James. IG: @lauraclarejames Second up, is a fellow Canadian. We have known about one another for years, running in similar circles in Toronto's social scene. She's an accomplished tattoo artist and model. She has been a lifelong wrestling fan with the aspiration of breaking through as a valet. But, not just any kind of valet. A valet for DEATH MATCH wrestling! Ladies and gentleman, my girl, Tara Zepp. IG: @cowbitchfromhell Twitter: @tara T-shirts: www.prowrestlingtees.com/taylorwilde Twitter & IG: @realtaylorwilde Tiktok: @thetaylorwilde YouTube: “WILDE ON” https://youtube.com/channel/UCHWVrVFFUxC_5skpP4UN7vQ Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/ogtaylorwilde Music Credits: “Emotional Rescue” by The Rolling Stones/Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards; ©1980 The Rolling Stones. “Laura” by Scissor Sisters/Written by Scott D. Hoffman, Patrick Seacor, Derek Gruen, Jason Sellards; ©2007 Spirit Music Group. “Tara” by Tara/Written by Mapko, Tara (SRB) and Marko Kon; ©2021 “Let's Get Wilde” by Samantha Smith/Written by Andrew Moore & Rochelle Douris; ©2021 Wilde On.

Reclaiming My Theology
...From Patriarchy and Purity Culture: How Patriarchy Kills Our Spirituality w/ Ellen Hoffman

Reclaiming My Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 63:52


In this episode, Brandi is joined by spiritual director Ellen Hoffman to discuss the ways that patriarchal assumptions and assertions about God pull us away from ourselves and consequently from God. She offers windows into how to pursue authenticity and healing as well as new frameworks to understand the divine!You can find our advent book now at shopRMT.comYou can join us on patreon at patreon.com/brandinicoReclaiming My Theology is produced, edited, and recorded by Brandi Miller, our music is by Sanchez Fair . 

CineNation
189 - Magnolia (1999)

CineNation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 105:54


"Now that I've met you, would you object to never seeing me again?" For Episode 189, Thomas and Brandon conclude their series on 24 Hour Movies by taking a look at Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia. Listen as they discuss the film's history and why it is part of their favorite period of Paul Thomas Anderson. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail: cinenationpodcast@gmail.com

CHARGE Podcast
Ep: 201 Steve Hoffman

CHARGE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 30:05


Steve Hoffman (Captain Hoff) is the Captain & CEO of Founders Space, one of the world's leading startup accelerators. Founders Space was ranked the #1 incubator for overseas startups by Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines. Hoffman is also a venture investor, serial entrepreneur, and author of several award-winning books. These include “Make Elephants Fly” (published by Hachette), “Surviving a Startup” (published by HarperCollins), and “The Five Forces” (published by BenBella). Hoffman was founder and Chairman of the Producers Guild Silicon Valley Chapter, served on the Board of Governors of the New Media Council, and was a founding member of the Academy of Television's Interactive Media Group. Show Notes: Steve has experience working in many different environments; he has worked in the U.S. and Japan. Steve began Founders Space by posting answers from people on his blog. He created a space to help others and help other entrepreneurs. If you can make a profit, you are self-sustaining, and if you can make a profit and scale, you can have an enormous impact. Steve wants to help entrepreneurs have a mission driven mindset. An entrepreneurs job is not just to come up with brilliant ideas. A great way to start a business is by searching for a demand. If you can fill the need, that's good. If you want a business that grows rapidly, you need recurring revenue. The hardest thing to do is to acquire a new customer. Don't let go of your customers. Keep providing value to them. Build an ecosystem where the more your customers participate the more value they give to all the other participants. Surround yourself with amazing people. If you surround yourself with amazing people, they'll do the rest. Most businesses don't last longer than 30 years. Startups fail not by trying too many things but by sticking with the same thing for too long. If you want to know if your product works, ask 100 people. Who is the person that most need what I have? If all your customers say, "That's nice. That's good. That's interesting." then they're just being polite. You need to hear at least 25% of people say, "OMG I need that!" Pick a direction in which you think you can make a difference. You don't have to have all the answers. The first thing you need to do is to build your team. 90% of your time should go into finding people that will help you execute your vision. Next, you have to engage with your customers. Learn as much as possible as fast as you can. Then, experiment with your customers until you get the spark. Finally, take your data to investors and raise capital. Steve Hoffman's Recharge Round What habit do you think has led to success in your life? Question everything. Don't accept the status quo. What's the simple positive action that you take each day to move forward to achieve your goals? He looks at the people around him and imagines what they need to feel good and perform well. Then Steven asks them questions. What's your biggest life lesson and what have you learned from it? If you are not headed in the right direction, it doesn't matter. Connect with Steve: Steve's website foundersspace.com Check out Steve's FREE video series: The Ten Commandments of Raising Venture Capital Get Steve's books Make Elephants Fly, The Five Forces, and Surviving a Startup LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Instagram Learn more about Gary's Mastermind group at goascend.biz/mastermind/

The Nerd Corps
Interview with I Am Director and Producer, Jerry Hoffman and Stella Flicker

The Nerd Corps

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 18:46


The creatives behind the film, I Am, Jerry Hoffman, and Stella Flicker sit down virtually to talk to Luis about their film. Become a Patron: www.patreon.com/thenerdcorps Visit our website! www.thenerdcorps.com We have merch! Support the nerds by buying a piece of merch! https://teespring.com/stores/the-nerd-corps Join our official Facebook group for nerd discussions! www.facebook.com/groups/thenerdcorps Follow us on Twitter! www.twitter.com/thenerdcorps_ Follow us on Instagram! www.instagram.com/thenerdcorps Logo done by Alex Almeida, follow her to see her work www.twitter.com/Zans_Zone Intro by Nikki SilentUschi, email her for business inquiries at silentuschi@gmail.com Theme music by https://moamanofaction.bandcamp.com/album/fall-sampler https://www.twitter.com/circuitbird --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thenerdcorps/support

Feed Room Chemist: An Equine Nutrition Podcast
78 | Soy – Good, Bad, or Unknown?

Feed Room Chemist: An Equine Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 28:56


Is soy really that good? Is it really that bad? Dr. Nichols undresses this hot topic and explains what we know about the use of soy. You can now follow @drjyme on Facebook and Instagram! Please tell your friends how #feedroomchemist has made you an #empoweredhorseowner! Show Notes: Research References: · Crain, Haffner, Hoffman, Spooner. Influence of dietary oil source on reproductive parameters in mares. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 2015 35:444. · Applegate CC, Rowles JL, Ranard KM, Jeon S, Erdman JW. Soy consumption and the risk of prostate cancer: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis. Nutrients. 2018 Jan 4;10(1):40. · Baglia ML, Zheng W, Li H, Yang G, Gao J, Gao YT, Shu XO. The association of soy food consumption with the risk of subtype of breast cancers defined by hormone receptor and HER2 status. International journal of cancer. 2016 Aug 15;139(4):742-8. · Zhang FF, Haslam DE, Terry MB, Knight JA, Andrulis IL, Daly MB, Buys SS, John EM. Dietary isoflavone intake and all‐cause mortality in breast cancer survivors: The Breast Cancer Family Registry. Cancer. 2017 Jun 1;123(11):2070-9. · Guha N, Kwan ML, Quesenberry CP, Weltzien EK, Castillo AL, Caan BJ. Soy isoflavones and risk of cancer recurrence in a cohort of breast cancer survivors: the Life After Cancer Epidemiology study. Breast cancer research and treatment. 2009 Nov 1;118(2):395-405. · Antinutritional Factors of soybeans: https://poultry.caes.uga.edu/extension/poultry-nutrition/soybeans/antinutritional-factors.html …. If you have a topic or question you would like addressed on a future episode please email info@acbluebonnet.com Dr. Jyme Nichols is Director of Nutrition for Bluebonnet Feeds and Stride Animal Health. For more information on these brands or a free virtual nutrition consult from our team just visit bluebonnetfeeds.com/nutrition-consult --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/feedroomchemist/message

Talk of Iowa
A new book provides an in-depth look at farming from the inside

Talk of Iowa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


Journalist Beth Hoffman moved from San Francisco to her husband's family farm in Iowa. Host Charity Nebbe talks with Hoffman about her new book "Bet the Farm: The Dollars and Sense of Growing Food in America," an un-romaticized account of their experiences and the difficult business of farming.

The Hoffman Podcast
S3E27: Ward Ashman & Raz Ingrasci – Hoffman & the Enneagram

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 56:20


Ward Ashman and Raz Ingrasci are our guests today. In this conversation with Drew, they share a little history and some deep understanding of these two living traditions - the Hoffman Process and the Enneagram. The Hoffman Process and the Enneagram share a common root. Together, Ward and Raz explore the nature of transformational work through both the Hoffman Process and the Enneagram. Ward shares with us the work he does with the Nine Doors of the Enneagram in corporate settings. He sees the nine Enneagram points as doors rather than types. Through this new understanding, Ward has guided many in the corporate world to a greater understanding of themselves, those they love, and those they work with. Raz tells the story of how the Hoffman Process came to be with the support of Claudio Naranjo. Naranjo was one of the early pioneers of the Enneagram in the United States. Claudio also worked with Bob Hoffman to refashion the early Process done with individuals into the group setting that it is today. More about Ward Ashman As the founder of Trimergence LLC, a San Francisco Bay Area consulting firm, Ward leverages a lifetime of broad, deep, and unusual life experiences. Ward invented and patented the Trimergence® Turbo Evolution Platform which combines a tightly coordinated matrix of self-awareness and interpersonal tools to address all aspects of human relationships. Trimergence enables leaders, teams, and entire organizations to build collaborative, innovative, creative partnerships based on the required bedrock of mutually evolving trust. The hallmark of the Trimergence system is to enable people to develop sophisticated, precise, and in-depth awareness of themselves and others as a required navigational map to fulfill maximum interpersonal effectiveness and collaboration. Ward finished college, majoring in psychology at the University of Colorado – Boulder, in the late '60s. Inspired by the intrinsic spirit of cross-cultural adventure and seeking his life purpose, he traveled much of the world for six years. As a result, he had a wide variety of life experiences ranging from performing as a rock star in Prophecy, a band well-known throughout Indonesia and Southeast Asia, to being a yogic monk in India. Once home, Ward pursued his love of psychology, completing a master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling at the University of Santa Clara in 1978. He immediately launched his Ph.D. studies in Clinical Psychology at Temple University, graduating in 1983. His internship at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center at the University of Pennsylvania gave him an extraordinary background in family systems theory and therapy. These serve as the fundamentals of his work in business and organizations. Ward is a member of the Hoffman Institute's Advisory Council. He has three children and is married to his wife Diane. Ward loves living in Mountain View, CA, the epicenter of Silicon Valley. More about Raz Ingrasci Raz is a UC Berkeley graduate. He's been an executive, consultant, and facilitator within the “Human Potential Movement” since 1972. He founded the Hoffman Institute Foundation in 1998. Raz is also a Hoffman teacher and Chairman of Hoffman International. Raz's passion for teaching the Hoffman Process is both professional and personal. The Process brings him into the depths of human experience where he learns at least as much as he teaches. Raz took the Process in July of 1989. From that experience, he had three major take-aways: “I knew my marriage would last; I could be a great dad to my young children; and that I'd found work worthy of devoting my life.” Raz lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, Liza. Listen to a solo conversation with Raz on the podcast. As Mentioned in the Episode The Enneagram: Merriam Webster defines the Enneagram as a system of classifying personality types. This system is based on a nine-pointed starlike figure inscribed within a circle.

Everybody Pulls The Tarp
Sylvia Hoffman: Becoming Great At Something New

Everybody Pulls The Tarp

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 30:29


Sylvia Hoffman started bobsledding in 2018 with no previous experience in the sport. In just 2 years, Sylvia became the top brakewoman for USA Bobsled. She's now a 5x World Cup Medalist, 3x National Champion, and an international record holder.  Today, Sylvia is hard at work training with hopes of competing in her first Olympics in Beijing this February. In this conversation, Andrew sits down with Sylvia to learn more about how she became one of the world's most elite bobsledders in just a few short years—and what we can all learn from her experience.  If you are starting down a new path or developing a new skill then this conversation is for you. Show highlights:1:51 - Becoming elite at something new2:53 - Leveraging relatable skills4:53 - Taking risks and betting on yourself6:38 - Committing to you and those around you7:44 - Biggest surprises when learning to bobsled9:01 - Why bobsledders are tarp pullers10:55 - Training for a winter sport and how to use time efficiently12:57 - Role of technology, video, and data in bobsledding15:27 - Setting goals and how to personalize goals for you 18:12 - Mental skills and role of sports psychology21:05 - Training schedule and Olympic preparation24:16 - Role of sleep in recovery25:53  - Being so close to a dream and navigating pressure27:30 - Surrounding yourself with people who have achieved your goals28:30 - How to "protect your energy" and stay positiveBe sure to subscribe & leave a review for the show in your favorite podcast app.Sign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!Please tell your friends about Everybody Pulls The Tarp on social media and be sure to tag Andrew in your posts @andrewmoses123 (Instagram) and @andrewHmoses (Twitter).Follow Andrew on IG: @AndrewMoses123 and Twitter:@andrewhmoses

The Travis Thomas Experience
11-17-21 The Travis Thomas Experience Hour 1

The Travis Thomas Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:30


Craig Hoffman, in for Travis Thomas, discusses what Taylor Heinicke's ceiling in the NFL can be. Right now, Hoffman believes Heinicke is a viable back-up quarterback in the NFL, but he begs the question: What could Taylor Heinicke do to change your mind on what he is, no matter what your opinion is of him now? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Well Told Tale
The Sandman - Part 1 (of 2)

The Well Told Tale

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 56:14


This week we bring you the start of the dark fairy tale, "The Sandman," by E. T. A. Hoffman, written originally in German in 1816.  The original legend of the Sandman most likely began in Scandinavia, and told of a benign being who would bring sleep to children by throwing sand in their eyes.  This far darker take on the legend may well have inspired Neil Gaiman's masterful graphic novels, with a Sandman who is anything but child-friendly...  If you'd like to support The Well Told Tale, please visit us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thewelltoldtaleBooks - (buying anything on Amazon through this link helps support the podcast):Tales of Hoffman - https://amzn.to/3nmWPEC Six German Romantic Tales, by Kleist, Tieck & Hoffman - https://amzn.to/3kGsQpp Neil Gaiman's The Sandman Omnibus Vol 1 - https://amzn.to/3kK1gHI I would like to thank my patrons: Toni A, Joshua Clark, Maura Lee, Jane, John Bowles, Glen Thrasher, Ruairi, Cade Norman, Chris, Britt and Silja Tanner.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thewelltoldtale)

Acres U.S.A.: Tractor Time
Tractor Time #63: Beth Hoffman, author of ‘Bet the Farm: The Dollars and Sense of Growing Food in America‘

Acres U.S.A.: Tractor Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 55:48


For the last twenty years, Beth Hoffman has worked as a journalist covering food and farming. Her work has been featured on NPR's Morning Edition, The Guardian, Latino USA, and the News Hour. She's also taught journalism at university. And now she considers herself a full-time farmer. Although she lived much of her life on the west coast, in the San Francisco area specifically, she and her husband moved to rural Iowa a few years ago with the dream of taking over his family's 530-acre farm. She tells that story in her new book, Bet the Farm: The Dollars and Sense of Growing Food in America, out now from Island Press. The book is part memoir and part exploration of the current state of the family farm. Use the coupon code NOVPOD at the acresusa.com bookstore for 10 % off on all titles.

Morning Prayer Sermonette from KFUO Radio
Meditation on Matthew 26:1-19

Morning Prayer Sermonette from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 6:49


Today's sermonette based on Matthew 26:1-19 is given by Rev. Dr. Paul W. Hoffman. This is a rebroadcast from November 12, 2015.

The History of the Americans
Epilogues and Consequences: After the Armada and the “Lost Colony” of Roanoke

The History of the Americans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 40:55


In this episode we wrap up loose ends before moving on down the timeline: What happened after the defeat of the Spanish Armada, and what happened after John White left the Roanoke Colony in August 1587? We also see what happened to all those Elizabethan characters we've been talking about for the last three months, including Francis Drake, Elizabeth herself, John Hawkins, Martin Frobisher, Francis Walsingham, and Philip II. Finally, we explore the long-term consequences of both the Armada and the Roanoke Colony for the History of the Americans. Oh, and we read a poem in the spirit of the day. Selected references for this episode Garrett Mattingly, The Armada Robert Hutchinson, The Spanish Armada: A History James Horn, A Kingdom Strange: The Brief and Tragic History of the Lost Colony of Roanoke David Beers Quinn, Set Fair for Roanoke: Voyages and Colonies, 1584-1606 Paul E. Hoffman, "New Light on Vicente Gonzalez's 1588 Voyage in Search of Raleigh's English Colonies" Anglo-Spanish War (1585–1604) (Wikipedia) In Flanders Fields (Wikipedia) Neal Casal, "Virginia Dare" (Youtube, song)

Greymatter
Reid Hoffman | Vices and Virtues: Investing and Human Nature

Greymatter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 20:47


Audio version of Greylock general partner Reid Hoffman's essay, "Human Nature in Vices and Virtues: An Adam Smith Approach to Building Internet Ecosystems and Communities," published on the Knight Foundation's website. Hoffman discusses how some of the most popular websites leverage some of humankind's less desirable attributes(e.g. "the 7 deadly sins"), and how entrepreneurs and investors can think about building based on virtuous traits. Read by Greylock marketing partner Elisa Schreiber. You can read the essay here: https://knightfoundation.org/human-nature-in-vices-and-virtues-an-adam-smith-approach-to-building-internet-ecosystems-and-communities/

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Glosa Plus: Ivan Hoffman: Člověk jako Černý Petr

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 2:56


Příběh údajně kurdských migrantů, kteří si to namířili do Německa přes Bělorusko, kam se museli dostat přes Turecko, Rusko či Ukrajinu, a kteří teď řeší, jak přejít Polskem, připomíná karetní hru s černým Petrem, kterého nikdo nechce, a ve které jde o to, na koho zbude.

The Activators!
Cyla Grace Hoffman and She Sounds Like Me

The Activators!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 12:52


Cyla Grace Hoffman uses her powers as an activator to eliminate bullying with She Sounds Like Me. Let's learn how you can make change by sharing what you love with friends. You can find out more about She Sounds Like Me and listen to new episodes by visiting https://shesoundslikeme.com/!

Arc Junkies
198. Don't Judge Me w/ Stephanie Hoffman and David Madero

Arc Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 91:08


In today's episode, I am talking to Stephanie Hoffman and David Madero,  bad ass metal artists and hosts of the new Metal Shop Masters on Netflix. Today we discuss what it's like to go from welding to hosting a show that's broadcasted all over the world. We also talk about what it's like to be a judge on the show, what they've been up to since it aired, what they're doing now, and what they have coming up next. Follow Stephanie: @underground_metal_works Follow David: @madero_co Arc Junkies Website: https://arc-junkies.podsite.io Arc junkies Merch: https://shop.threadmob.com/arcjunkie/shop/home   Friends of the Show:                                             Everlast Welders Instagram: @everlastwelders  YouTube: Everlast Welders         Online: https://bit.ly/37xJstI Use Codeword ARCJUNKIES at checkout to get upgraded to a free Nova Foot Pedal and TIG Torch with the purchase of any machine that comes with a stock foot pedal and TIG Torch.  Rockmount Research and Alloys, Inc. Rockmountwelding.com Instagram: @Rockmountwelding   Strong Hand Tools Stronghandtool.com/arcjunkies Instagram @Strong_hand_tools   AHP Welders Ahpwelders.com https://ahpwelds.com/arcjunkies   ISOTUNES: Instagram: @isotunesaudio Online: https://bit.ly/36s7aFj  Use ARCJUNKIES10 at checkout and save $10 on your purchase   SUM DUM Welders: Instagram: @sumdumwelderapparel  Online: www.sumdumwelder.com  Use ARCJUNKIES at checkout and save 15% off your entire order.   Outlaw Leather Instagram: @outlawleatherusa Online: www.outlawleatherusa.com  Use Codeword ARCJUNKIES at checkout and save 15% on your entire order.   Arc Junkies Podcast: Instagram: @Arcjunkiespodcast TIKTOK: @Arcjunkiespod Email: Show@arcjunkies.com

Farm To Table Talk
Bet The Farm – Beth Hoffman

Farm To Table Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 36:15


Beth Hoffman was living the good life: she had a successful career as a journalist and professor, a comfortable home in San Francisco, and plenty of close friends and family. Yet in her late 40s, she and her husband decided to leave the big city and move to his family ranch in Iowa—all for the dream of becoming a farmer, to put into practice everything she had learned over decades of reporting on food and agriculture. There was just one problem: money.Half of America's two million farms made less than $300 in 2019. Between rising land costs, ever-more expensive equipment, the growing uncertainty of the climate, and few options for health care, farming today is a risky business. For many, simply staying afloat is a constant struggle. Beth Hoffman shares the story of the struggles faced by farmers and paths to a more just and sustainable food system, that starts on the farm. https://island press.org/books/bet-farm  

The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn
Dr. Ian Hoffman: Erasing Student Loan Debt While Serving at Your Highest Capacity

The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 21:59


In 2013 Dr. Ian was named the youngest Alumni of the Year. That same year, inspired by a local 4 year old girl with stage 4 cancer, he started a nonprofit branch of my practice to expand access to the miracle of Chiropractic and holistic care for people in need. Shortly after, Dr. Ian read about a Federal program called Public Service Loan Forgiveness which would erase student debt tax-free and he was able to qualify and he has been teaching other docs how to make the world a better place and get their student loans erased since 2016. By the end of this year Dr. Ian will have started over 400 nonprofits and his clients are expected to save over $100,000,000 on their student loans! https://www.erasemystudentloans.com/chiropractic and the webinar plus free phone consultation after is a free giveaway.

Amigos: Everything Amiga Podcast
Metal Gear stealths its way onto the Miggy! Amigos: Everything Amiga 324

Amigos: Everything Amiga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 60:32


Metal Gear finally made its way onto the Amiga in 2021 thanks to the tireless efforts of programmer/musician Hoffman. How does it compare to the MSX original or the NES game so many of us played, and how does this 1987 title hold up today?

Business Growth Café
Exploring the world startup accelerators with Steve Hoffman

Business Growth Café

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 57:20


Steve Hoffman, CEO of Founders Space, one of the world's leading startup accelerators, with over 50 partners in 22 countries joins me on the Business Growth Cafe to explore and discuss the world of startups. Founders Space was ranked the #1 incubator for overseas startups by Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines. Hoffman is also a venture investor, founder of three venture-backed and two bootstrapped startups, and author of several award-winning books. These include “Make Elephants Fly” (published by Hachette), “Surviving a Startup” (published by HarperCollins), and “The Five Forces” (published by BenBella). www.foundersspace.com/10 to download the 10 Commandments of raising venture capital

The Hoffman Podcast
S3E25: Hilary Illick – Accepting Our Imperfection

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 26:16


Beloved Hoffman teacher and coach, Hilary Illick, is our guest this week. On the first night of her Process in 2000, Hilary experienced a life-changing moment as she first put her bat to the pillow. In those first few moments of bashing, she found permission to feel her emotions and use her voice and body to release in a way she'd longed to. She felt euphoric when done. The Process gave her the permission she'd been waiting for her whole life to no longer constrain her vibrant, vital Spirit. The next morning, Hilary realized she wanted to become a Hoffman Process teacher. Eight years later, her vision became a reality. The main thread throughout this conversation is how healing brings us the ability and opportunity to accept our imperfection. It's a vitally important point. The Process doesn't fix. The Process heals. As Hilary says, "We come to be healed and in that healing, we accept that we're imperfect and then we're less defensive about our imperfections." Hilary feels deeply that healing work must be available to all. She raises an important question: "Who gets to do this expensive healing work?" She acknowledges that it is a privilege to be able to take time off of work and go away to heal oneself. It's something that she would love to see available to all. More About Hilary Illick Hilary completed the Hoffman Process in 2000. She then became a Hoffman graduate group facilitator in 2001. In 2008, her vision became reality when she was certified as a Hoffman Process teacher.  Over her years as a Hoffman teacher, Hilary has contributed to the development of many Hoffman programs, including being a member of the Rejuvenation Team in 2013. She is currently a Supervising teacher of the Hoffman Process. Hilary is the mother of four young adults and a new grandmother to twin boys. She and her partner Pierre Valette are dual citizens of the U.S. and France and raised their children in the international school system.  Hilary is deeply proud of and moved by her children's paths of contribution, as they pursue careers in social work, social justice, and sustainability initiatives.  Her home base is in the Boston area where she has a private practice as a life coach, executive coach, and personal transformation facilitator. Hilary received her BA in Philosophy from Stanford University. Her MFA in creative writing is from San Francisco State University (SFSU). Hilary trained as a life coach through Coaches Training Institute (CTI). She is certified through the International Coach Federation (ICF). As Mentioned in the Episode Hilary's off-broadway satire - Venus De Minivan -> EVE-olution From Hilary's site: "This two-woman play was originally entitled Venus De Minivan, starring the authors themselves, Illick and Krier, in Cambridge, MA. Performed for sold-out audiences, Venus De Minivan was 100% autobiographical. Published by DPS as “EVE-olution,” the play appeared off-Broadway at The Cherry Lane Theater.  Illick and Krier made an appearance on NBC's Today Show airing of 'Come Back Moms.'” You can purchase the published play in paperback here. The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron   Discover if the Process is right for you. Subscribe on Apple/iTunes

Greymatter
Reid Hoffman | Aurora Reflections

Greymatter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 23:39


As autonomous driving startup Aurora goes public via SPAC with Reinvent Technology Partners, Greylock general partner and Reinvent investor Reid Hoffman reflects on his experience working with the company as an investor and advisor. Hoffman joined the company's board when he co-led Greylock's Series A investment into Aurora in 2018. You can read the essay here: https://greylock.com/portfolio-news/congrats-aurora/

Gensler Design Exchange
Leadership, Flexibility, and Community-Based Development | A Conversation with Shawn Seaman of Hoffman & Associates

Gensler Design Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 42:49


Through the power of design and a focus on the human experience, we can transform our workplaces, buildings, and ground planes into hubs for connection and engagement that extend beyond walls into the surrounding city and community. There are environmental, social, and economic benefits to creating multi-use environments that are connected to the community with shared public spaces — something that people value now more than ever because of the pandemic. In today's episode of the Gensler Design Exchange, Chad Parker, Principal and Managing Director of Gensler Raleigh, sits down with Shawn Seaman, President of Hoffman & Associates, to discuss the power of design and what it means to lead great development, empower our communities, and rise together.

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast
Swiss Army Leadership with Zac Hoffman, Author and Former Pro Athlete

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 53:53


In Episode 54, Zac Hoffman, Author of Finding the Good Life as a SWALeader and former professional American football player in Europe, talking with Phil about intercultural competence, leading effectively in a foreign country, humility, playing American football in Europe, mental toughness and resilience, and helping players to overcome adversity. Specifically, Zac discusses: His story, how he developed his passion for football and leadership, his new book, and how he ended up playing football in Europe (2:12) The importance of intercultural competence in our leadership (9:23) Earning respect and leading effectively in a foreign country when speaking a different language (16:29) The importance of a humble, learning posture (20:07) Playing American football in countries that love the other (real) football (23:40) Lessons he learned when he transitioned to “the real world” after he retired from his football playing career (26:50) His personal why (32:11) Mental toughness and resilience (38:21) Importance of coaches helping their players overcome adversity (43:49) What he has learned directly from the game of American football that he has used in other areas of his life (47:13) His recommendation (50:31) Resources and Links from this Episode Uncut Video of the Episode HSEL Facebook Group Phil and HSEL on Clubhouse -- @phildarke Finding the Good Life as a SWALeader: Effective Leadership in Our New World, by Zach Hoffman #Maxout Your Life: Strategies for Becoming an Elite Performer, by Ed Mylett  

The Mordy Shteibel's Podcast (Rabbi Binyomin Weinrib)
Sichos HaRan (14) R‘ Shlomo Hoffman on the Power of Imagination

The Mordy Shteibel's Podcast (Rabbi Binyomin Weinrib)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 12:26


Plus
Glosa Plus: Ivan Hoffman: Sto dní hájení

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 2:51


Je nepsaným pravidlem, že nastupující vláda disponuje u hlídacích psů demokracie 100 dny hájení. Někdy, pravda, od kritiků nedostane ani den s odůvodněním, že by to bylo k ničemu, neboť voliči zvolili špatně, anebo se poukazuje na situaci tak svízelnou, že na toleranci chyb prostě není čas.

Morning Air
Martha Fernandez-Sardina, All Saints & All Souls Connection; Fr. Francis Hoffman, All Souls Novena

Morning Air

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 53:41


John and Glen go over the many election races that are being voted on today including Virginia and look with anticipation towards game 6 of the World Series tonight in Houston. Martha explains how the Saint and holy Souls are connected and why its a good idea during the home stretch of our liturgical calendar […] All show notes at Martha Fernandez-Sardina, All Saints & All Souls Connection; Fr. Francis Hoffman, All Souls Novena - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio

Tomorrow's Leader
#210 - Surviving a Start Up with Steve Hoffman

Tomorrow's Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 24:31


In today's episode, host John Laurito sits down with Author and CEO of Founders Space, Steve Hoffman. They talk about how to make your startup business survive, thrive, and grow. They talk about Steve's passion for startups, his business as a startup accelerator, how to be a good leader, a businesses' true north, and his new book: Surviving a Startup.Steve Hoffman (Captain Hoff) is the CEO of Founders Space, one of the world's leading startup accelerators, with over 50 partners in 22 countries. Founders Space was ranked the #1 incubator for overseas startups by Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines.Hoffman is also a venture investor, founder of three venture-backed and two bootstrapped startups, and author of several award-winning books. These include “Make Elephants Fly” (published by Hachette), “Surviving a Startup” (published by HarperCollins), and “The Five Forces” (published by BenBella).Hoffman went on to launch Founders Space, with the mission to educate and accelerate entrepreneurs. Founders Space has become one of the top startup accelerators in the world. Hoffman has trained hundreds of startup founders and corporate executives in the art of innovation and provided consulting to many of the world's largest corporations, including Qualcomm, Huawei, Bosch, Intel, Disney, Warner Brothers, NBC, Gulf Oil, Siemens, and Viacom.Order a copy of Surviving a Startup at https://www.foundersspace.com/surviving-a-startup/You can find him and his other books at:Website: https://www.foundersspace.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/foundersspace/FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/foundersspace/YT: https://youtube.com/foundersspaceShow notes:[2:15] More about Steve's passion for startups[3:50] At what stage do leaders come to him?[4:34] The difference between companies that survive and those that don't[8:24] Don't do anything before completing your team[10:45] Ask, don't tell — tip to being a good leader[14:14] What is a leader's job?[14:42] Picking the right business model[18:26] How to create a platform with an ecosystem[19:48] The customer is the true North[22:06] Surviving a Startup — get a copy now![24:04] OutroGet a copy of Tomorrow's Leader on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/huseae9hText LEADER to 617-393-5383 to receive The Top 10 Things That The Best Leaders Are Doing Right NowFor questions, suggestions, or speaker inquiries, contact me at john@lauritogroup.com

Smarty Pants
#203: The Sorceresses' Amanuensis

Smarty Pants

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 19:18


Alice Hoffman's 1995 novel, Practical Magic, is the story of two sisters, Sally and Gillian Owens, who are born into a family of witches. The catch is that their ancestor, Maria Owens, cursed the family, so that any man one of them falls in love with dies an untimely death. It's a classic fairy tale, and like most fairy tales it didn't have a sequel—until this year. After going back to the 1960s generation of the family with The Rules of Magic, and all the way back to the 1600s with Magic Lessons, Hoffman returns this year to the present with the fourth and final story of the Owens family, The Book of Magic, which sees the youngest Owens, Kylie, maybe—finally—break the curse for good.Go beyond the episode:Alice Hoffman's The Book of Magic, and her 40-odd other magical talesThe original trailer for Practical Magic, starring Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, and the most beautiful house in MassachusettsFrom New England to Catalonia, people are campaigning to memorialize—and legally pardon—the tens of thousands of people burned as witchesRead more about the Jewish pirates that sail into the Owens story in the 1600sTune in every week to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek.Subscribe: iTunes • Feedburner • Stitcher • Google Play • AcastHave suggestions for projects you'd like us to catch up on, or writers you want to hear from? Send us a note: podcast [at] theamericanscholar [dot] org. And rate us on iTunes! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Guides Gone Wild
(Re)Treat Yourself to a Bigger Life: Carrie Hoffman, Bigger Life Adventures & Grand Canyon Eco-Retreat

Guides Gone Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:07


Today I've got a question for you....What would happen if, instead of fitting your outdoor passions around your 'real' life, you made a conscious effort to make your real life support and sustain your outdoor passions? We've been examining different approaches to this challenge the past few weeks - first there was 'Tall' Ashley Leedberg, who literally walked out on her so-called 'real life' to start over in the outdoor industry. Then there was Briana Sullivan, who's negotiated a way to take a few extended breaks from the real world in order to do some thru hiking. Today we're talking to Carrie Hoffman, who has made her passions for yoga and outdoor, eco-friendly living into her full-time profession as a yoga teacher, adventure leader and eco-retreat owner. It hasn't been all savasana, though - Carrie's life adventure has taken some pretty crazy hairpin turns. Whether it's outwitting a bunch of raiding baboons, towing cattle tanks of fresh water for guests, or fighting her way through recovery toward sobriety, Carrie has proven more than woman enough to get sh*t done. I loved letting her positive spirit wash all over me, and I think you will, too.I hope you enjoyed this one - if you dig hearing about the ins and outs of outdoor hospitality, you might also enjoy my episode with Serena Ryan of The Notch Hostel in North Woodstock, NH.And you won't want to miss Carrie's guest-star-turn on the Nature Untold Podcast. Load up your audio with goodness for your next treadmill sesh right this second!Check out Carrie's retreats on the web at BiggerLifeAdventures.com, or @biggerlifeadventures on Instagram or Facebook, or even TIK TOK, you social media pioneer, you!And get a close-up view of Carrie's beautiful bell tents and tiny structures @GrandCanyon EcoRetreat on Instagram, although fair warning, once you see how amazing her spot is, you might just find yourself booking a trip to the desert soon.Some links from our chat:Laguna Campground (CA)Burning ManJoshua Tree National Park (CA)Prison Yoga ProjectRim to Rim (Grand Canyon)Little Birdie Key ChainGrand Canyon Eco Retreat listed on HipCampWant to (re)treat yourself closer to home? Check out our sponsor, Evans Notch Lodge!

The Lucky Titan
How Silicon Valley's Top Investors Pick Startups With Steve Hoffman

The Lucky Titan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 27:16


Steve Hoffman (Captain Hoff) is the Captain & CEO of Founders Space, one of the world's leading startup accelerators. Founders Space was ranked the #1 incubator for overseas startups by Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines.Hoffman is also a venture investor, serial entrepreneur, and author of several award-winning books. These include “Make Elephants Fly” (published by Hachette), “Surviving a Startup” (published by HarperCollins), and “The Five Forces” (published by BenBella).Hoffman was founder and Chairman of the Producers Guild Silicon Valley Chapter, served on the Board of Governors of the New Media Council, and was a founding member of the Academy of Television's Interactive Media Group.While in Hollywood, Hoffman worked as a TV development executive at Fries Entertainment, known for producing over a hundred TV shows, acquired by MGM. He went on to pioneer interactive television with his venture-funded startup Spiderdance, which produced interactive TV shows with NBC, MTV, Turner, Warner Brothers, History Channel, Game Show Network, and others.Founders Space:  https://FoundersSpace.comMake Elephants Fly: https://MakeElephantsFly.comSurviving A Startup: https://SurvivingAStartup.com

Plus
Glosa Plus: Ivan Hoffman: Werichova vzpomínka

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 3:10


Před padesáti lety byla vydána gramofonová deska s názvem Táto povídej, na které s tehdy již 66letým Janem Werichem hovoří jeho dcera. A Werich na ní vzpomíná, jak ve svých třinácti letech zažil vznik Československa anebo spíše konec Rakouska-Uherska. Zapamatoval jsem si z té vzpomínky, jak Werich s patosem, ale snad i s lehkou ironií popisuje, jak dav strhnul nenáviděného rakouského orla a pak ho hodil do Vltavy.

Muse on Minis
Full Tilt: Episode 13, Convergence with Nathan Hoffman

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 77:13


It's time to talk CoC! Specifically Nathan Hoffman's CoC. The great Rydiafan joined us this week to discuss Convergence and how sweet it is to be rock hard and shiny.

Squawk Pod
Facebook, at a Crossroads: Early Investor Reid Hoffman

Squawk Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 32:26


As Facebook combats leaked internal documents and growing concerns from users and lawmakers alike, early investor and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman retains hope that the platform will deliver on its potential to do more good than harm. In a wide-ranging interview, Hoffman discusses Apple's privacy changes and technology's potential to streamline a struggling supply chain. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats are close to finalizing an agreement on the social safety net plan that would allow for the bipartisan infrastructure bill to move forward. CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on the agreement. Also on the Hill, Democrats are taking aim at billionaires and their unrealized capital gains with a new wealth-tax plan. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that Microsoft says it's identified another wave of cyber attacks by the Russian intelligence service, similar to last year's devastating SolarWinds hack. In this episode:Reid Hoffman, @reidhoffmanYlan Mui, @ylanmui Eamon Javers, @EamonJaversJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkin

Plus
Jak to vidí...: Ivan Hoffman: Moc a síla prezidenta se přeceňují. K sestavení vlády potřeba není

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 25:00


Zdravotní stav Miloše Zemana se mírně zlepšil. Podle ředitele nemocnice Miroslava Zavorala však prezident není ve stavu, kdy by byl schopen vykonávat pracovní povinnosti. Jsou na místě úvahy o využití článku 66 Ústavy o převodu pravomocí?

Spiritual Dope
Kimberly Hoffman - What if your bliss is in another dimension?

Spiritual Dope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 37:46


Connect with Kim to learn more about the beauty of using spirituality and your own personal gifts to transcend all the labels and the voices of what you "should" be, to instead be the pure divine being that YOU are. https://www.soulytransformation.com/about-me Brandon Handley 0:00 Ready, cool and 54321 a spiritual dope. I'm on here today with Kimberly Hoffman Davis Kimberly has her website soli transformation.com. And she and I got connected, I believe you and I got connected through a man whose faces David sandercock. Right. I was like, oh, man, I'm gonna blank for a second. But David, David had been on the podcast, I said, Dave, man, who do you think would make a great fit for this podcast, he said, Kim would be awesome for this podcast. Kim wants you to do me a huge favor and just give like a high level about where you're at what you're about. And then we can take it from there. Kimberly Hoffman 0:44 All right. So I am, I dove into this because I spent, you know, 20 years just suffering from PTSD from depression, anxiety, all that gross, nice, and stuff into the spirituality probably about five years ago. And then from there, I learned energy healing. And it took me on this beautiful journey. So now I'm in a CompTIA, records practitioner, and I activate people's primary gifts and their star seed energy. And I also do the energy healing through soul therapy, which is really great. Brandon Handley 1:20 Awesome, thanks for that. Appreciate that. So I always like to start these off with the whole idea that you and I basically just Source Energy vehicles, right? sources speaking through us to somebody else, and we're just here to deliver that message to that person, whenever that person needs that message. Right? So you're on this podcast, and you're speaking to one of the listeners, what's that message that's coming through you to them today? Kimberly Hoffman 1:49 That message is definitely that you are so much more than you think you are. You are an amazing and divine being. And it is just incredible. As I laugh about the person that I just walked behind you, and that was for me, I am sure that was for me to loosen up and get into the fun of this. But I mean, dang, you really are just so loved, so seen and so appreciated. Brandon Handley 2:18 I love that. Because a lot of people don't think that they are a lot of people don't think that they're having an impact. A lot of people don't think that they're seen. And chances are though, you you are you're you're being seen, you're having an impact. And I think that on top of that, it's your choice on what kind of impact you want to have. And I think that the first person that you get to have that impact on is yourself. Right? Absolutely. Yeah, absolutely. And once you kind of have that impact on yourself and realize that there might be a little bit more to you than, you know, bag of bones, and blood and skin, then then you start you start a kind of a cool, transformational journey. Now, you said that, um, you know that you started this for yourself about five years ago working through some PST, PTSD? What was, you know, what did that look like for you? Like, what were What were you trying to deal with, that led you to the energy, healing? Kimberly Hoffman 3:19 Oh, man. So with the, with the PTSD, it was coming in, in like, all directions. So I didn't want to get off, up off the couch. I'm a moron. And it was really affecting me in my parenting with my kids, which is the big driving force that set me on that stage. It was like, you know, I'm afraid to go to the store, I'm afraid of what people think of me, I don't want to be seen. I just want to hide in this in the shell, like as small as I could possibly get. And then I saw the impact that that was having on my children. And that was it really opened my eyes to be like, Whoa, what is happening here. So I started digging for self help books. And then that led me into past life regression. And that's where my spirituality started was with past life regression. Brandon Handley 4:11 So my first first podcast for a was centered around fatherhood, right, and just kind of being a good dad and trying to be the best kind of data that could be and the influence that we have on our children, and how our children are almost like an immediate reflection as to who we are. So it sounds like you were seeing that reflection of who you were. And your children. And you were like, this can't i can't i can't keep doing this. Is that fair to say? Kimberly Hoffman 4:43 Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That is more than fair to say. I saw that big time and my son. Yeah. And it was, it was so sad. Like just that crippling feeling as a parent going. Did I do this? Brandon Handley 4:58 Yeah, yeah. Any Look, I mean, especially, I think a mother more so than a father, it feels that on a different level. But to see to see that, to see some what you're doing show up in your children, you know, and Eagle, you're not liking it and you're like, Man, that that came for me. I was like, you're just kind of like shit, this has got to change. So you're you're doing you're doing, you're doing the research and you're digging into, you know, the personal development. What was the book? I mean, do you remember the book that was like, hey, past life regression? Let's Let's go. Kimberly Hoffman 5:37 There. The very first book that I read was many lives many masters by Dr. Brian Weiss. And once I read the first one, I was like, I ordered the next I think five and just bam, bam, bam, read them all. Brandon Handley 5:54 I mean, it can be that way, right? As you pick up one, you're like, Oh, my God, Where's the rest? And you wrote 20 books? Let me get them all. And then, so then you, you do this, you just past life regression. And what happens next? Well, you know, where where did that take you? Kimberly Hoffman 6:14 Oh my gosh, that took me on such a journey. So I was so interested read the books, like I said, and then I was like, Oh, my gosh, I want to get one. I want to get a past life regression done to see what comes out. And when I did that, like, it brought up three different past lives. And the one that just it, it seriously took a grasp on me and really got into my skin and underneath and I'm like, Oh, my God, oh, my god. I was I was a young, young woman, and I committed suicide by driving my car to a lake, I drowned myself. And it was because I couldn't handle life. I couldn't handle the world. I felt like it was all just too much. And I was like, Oh my gosh, why is it that I had a past life where I actually went through with it when at the time that I had had this regression done just a few years prior. I was in that space. I was like, I don't want to live anymore. I don't. It's just too hard. And I had that done. And I was like, Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, is this from this past life? Could it be? Am I carrying stuff over into this life? And it's a very good possibility. Going through even further. It became like, yes, part of that was carried into this life, it is a lesson that you absolutely need to learn and how to live a fulfilling life. Brandon Handley 7:39 Yeah, that's, that's, I mean, it's pretty deep, right? So you go in, you go through this regression, and you're immediately impacted, and you're able to make this connection. And I guess I'd have to ask to, before you even dove into past life regression before you even ventured into going and get it done, where you already be smitten by, like spirituality or anything like that, or what type of person were you prior to? Selling him? Kimberly Hoffman 8:11 I would say I was a very confused person prior to that. So I grew up Christian, and we went to church every so rare occasion. But I remember being in high school, being a teenager, and I told my mom, I'm like, Listen, I don't believe in God, this stuff is crap. like God would not put you through any sort of this turmoil that I am feeling right now. She slapped me, she absolutely slammed me was like, Okay, well, you know, whatever. And from that point on, I was like, you know, I know there's something out there. I know, there's something greater than what I am. But I just could not attribute it to being this man with a white beard in the sky. And he's like, you know, God, His little gavel of I'm judging you good and evil, and that sort of thing. And it really took me on to like, everything was everything's energy, like everything in our universe is energy. Where do people go when they die? to their souls live on and then it took me into, you know, I believe that everybody's still out there. Like, people don't really die. They're just, they're in the energy consciousness, and then continue on. Brandon Handley 9:31 So you if you'd already kind of stumbled onto that idea prior to the past life regression is what I'm here. Yeah. So you'd already kind of had this feeling so you went into it already with somewhat of an open mind and an idea of what was available. You just didn't know or have any specifics or kind of any guidance for that. Is that fair? Yeah. Yeah, it is absolutely fair. All right. You go when you get the Past regarding, you know, past life regression, you're like, did you did that have like a therapeutic impact, I guess it has had an impact on your PTSD or help walk me through through that part. Kimberly Hoffman 10:12 You know, I was really hoping that it was going to have that therapeutic impact on PTSD. And in reality, it kind of made it worse. Because I went down this rabbit hole of what's wrong with me? Why am I not good enough? Like, what I did this in a past life now I'm trying to do it in this life. And it did. But I did take into consideration that from another perspective, I did have a past life where I was a big old burly dude with an awesome beard. And I had a wife and I had a child and I was, you know, going off to start the revolution. And like the 1500s, we were going to go see the king and overtake the throne. And, you know, so there there is that where I was like, okay, just just pull in that strength, pull in that strength. And I just kept asking myself and asking my guides and asking whoever would listen out there in the universe, like, please give me the strength to be that person. Brandon Handley 11:18 Hello, surgeon reaching out to a higher power. Right? You know, you've got an idea of a core of who you'd like to be of who you been in the past. And a good core. And not every past. Kim has been, you know, in suffering deep suffering or kind of despair. And your you want to you want to be able to bring that past. Kim slash ham forward? Yes, yeah. Yeah. Okay. So I mean, there was some benefits, right? Sound sounds like the first part of it was this. This is, uh, this is not super beneficial. Why did I do this? Maybe a little bit, and then, you know, kind of beat yourself up a little bit. But I mean, you know, eventually it kind of turns occur a curve, where, where's like, Where's the where's the idea that says, holy shit, this is for me. And this is how I'm gonna live the rest of my life. Where's that happen? Kimberly Hoffman 12:21 Where does that happen? So that actually happened about a year and a half ago. And I was holding my youngest, my little one. And then I was just looking at her rocking her. And I just looked into her eyes. And she looked at me in a gaze that I had never, ever experienced in my life before. And it was like, Oh, my gosh, this child is so special. She's peering into my soul. And she is grateful. And it was in that moment that I just heard, like this message that was, I chose you. And that blew my mind. It completely blew my mind. And I was like, wow, I want to feel that deep connection with other people, too. Brandon Handley 13:15 Yeah, that's, to me, that's the part where, you know, children are a gift. Right? You know, while while we're changing diapers and not getting a sleep and all this other stuff, we're like, Who the hell said this? Right? Who the hell who knows, the person that came up with like, the children are a blessing, but you know, they're the ones that really help you to if you don't already have the capacity, or if you've never truly loved unconditionally, or felt unconditional love. And I think that that's kind of what you're talking about. You're seeing it, you're feeling it and you're experiencing it. And you're like, how can I How can I do this with like, everybody? What's that look like? So through through and how old was your youngest at the time? She's about a year, year and a half. Okay, yeah, fresh, right? Just Just so you, and then you know, so about a year and a half, you just decide HAVE YOU ARE YOU ALREADY certified? Did you already kind of had you already dove into some of your certifications. Walk me through some of that. Kimberly Hoffman 14:22 So I had started the process. I'm like a coaching certification. And that was where I wanted to be like, I grew up wanting to go into psychology and wanting to learn about that behavior, human behavior, psychology, all that stuff. It always fascinated me. But I went a different route, and got a graphic design degree, which is totally off topic. But I'd started like a coaching certification because it was like, Well, I don't want to be tied down by all this red tape. So maybe I can help people in this way through a coaching certification and that's In the love and authenticity practitioner certification that I got going through that I started feeling energy more and more, though, and I just I continued on to get an energy healing certification through GLF healing. And then from there, I even took it even further. And I was like, Whoa, whoa, whoa, my gifts are coming in what is this? I mean, that is the point where the craziness and the weirdness though, we can be like, oh, what if people think I'm weird, and I was definitely in that space. And I was like, but I'm gonna keep going. Because I'm so fascinated. And then I got my akashic records. Certification. Brandon Handley 15:41 Yeah, let's talk about that part. Right. I think that that's, that's a huge part. Would you call that? With the part of your gifts that started flooding in? Would you call that an awakening of sorts? What would you call that? You know, where you notice this transformation that was happening with you. Kimberly Hoffman 15:58 It was definitely an awakening, absolutely. huge transformation started to take place, going from being I don't want to be seen, I just want to be this small thing in my shell to somebody, please let me be free. And honestly, the person that I needed to let me be free was me, I needed to give myself permission to be free. And once I did, it skyrocketed. It just kept going level by level by level, the gift was coming in full force, because they went through an activation during the energy healing course to get that activated. But the more that I put into it, the more just trusted in myself and trusted in source. The more receptive I became, and the more awakened I became. Brandon Handley 16:49 And then, when you're sharing some of these ideas with people that are close to you, what's that look like? And you know, is that something again, is are you scared? Is there some is there some system fear in sharing that with some others? Or are you starting to develop this faith in who you are? And you're like, I don't care. Kimberly Hoffman 17:11 I was definitely scared at first because it was like, you know, this is really woo woo. And people think that you're crazy nuts. Or maybe you belong. And in the crazy house, with a straight jacket on, definitely had my fair share of that programming growing up, and even into wanting to share this, but I was so excited with what I learned and what I could give to people as well, like, gifted them, like the messages that I was gifted by others that I can now gift out to other people as well. I started getting so excited that I would tell my mom and she'd be like, I don't know what you're talking about. This sounds so weird. Like, what what is going on with you what happens used to be normal? No, weird is the side effect of awesome Come on, who wants to be normal and boring. And not too long ago, actually, my brother told me that his his wife is like, you know, your sister's getting really weird. And I just laughed. Because, you know, by a couple weeks ago, I was like, I don't care. You think I'm weird, but you're over there, you know, playing pity party, and I'm over here having the time of my life. I'm more than happy to be weird. And let it all out and help people. Brandon Handley 18:35 Sure. Sure. I mean, if you can be happy with what you're doing, and you're helping people to get to a place where they're able to have their gifts activated. The way that yours were. And yeah, without, right. Yeah. And and you know, it doesn't really matter. I mean, I guess to you know, if their idea of normal is, you know, what is their idea normal, and then be like, that's good for you. I'm gonna go ahead and keep rolling this way. Right. So, I mean, what does it look like? I guess for somebody to do a Kashuk record session with you? What's or, you know, activating my gifts. Can you activate like, do we have like 15 minutes? Can I get like one of 20 gifts activated? What's happening? How's this work? Kimberly Hoffman 19:27 So, we'll go with first on like the Akashic Records session, it's very loving, it is non judgmental quick, we're Brandon Handley 19:38 real quick. Before we get into it, though, what is like if you know the two people I talked to recently, like what is the Akashic right what are the Akashic Records like what is what, what is that? Tell it tell us a little bit about what the Akashic records are and then let's dig into it. Kimberly Hoffman 19:56 Okay, yes, absolutely. So, the Akashic Records Our it is everything, every thought, every emotion, every action, whether it's future past present. So even if you had a thought that you, you're like, oh, maybe I could do this and you're like, Oh, no, no, no, no, no, that's wrong. It's recorded in the Akashic records. So, this is the infinite super computer, if you go in like the terms of the 3d world, it is like infinite to birth computer. And in terms of if you want to look at it in string theory, it is the connection that is to every dimension, every reality, every possibility, everything is recorded in Brandon Handley 20:44 no time or space or place. It's just is it everything all all? And is you know, oh, oh, so like, last what I had for dinner night. Like, you should be able to figure that out. I'm not gonna put you on the spot for that. But But uh, and I guess, I think one of the one of the most recently well known people that I'm aware of that they figured tapping into that I can think of two offhand. And that's a once a Tesla, Nikola Tesla. And I want to say like, Edgar is Edgar Casey. Yes. Okay. All right. Yeah, that's the both of that's it for me and Akashic Record knowledge on those two people. So let's talk a little. So, yeah, let's talk a bit about what it looks like to do a session with you on that, what's that look like? Kimberly Hoffman 21:40 Okay, so what it looks like, it's a place of it's a sacred space. So I create this bubble around us, and it's full of love. It is non judgmental, you will feel like you can just express anything, because I'm able to see it in the records anyway. But what it is, is you just come in, you're like, Okay, I'd like to know, maybe this and this, where am I going? What's my path? Sometimes people ask about their past lives, however it comes, is great. And I always like people to ask two or three questions, have them ready? What What is it that you want to know from the records, and then as we dive through it, more information is gonna come in, because there are answers out there that are always seeking you, for your highest good. So those will flow in as well. So an hour and a half of, hey, let's find out who you really are underneath it all. Who's your divine soul beam? And where do they where are they taking you? Where's your higher self teaching you? Brandon Handley 22:49 And then this person, you know, there? Are there multiple sessions? Is it kind of one and done follow up sessions? What's that? What's that look like? Or does it go from like an akashic records session to maybe some coaching from the outcomes, I mean, what's that whole process look like? Kimberly Hoffman 23:10 So it's all going to be individualized for the person. There are people that are like one and done, they got the information that they were looking for. And it was just enough that they were able to step on to the next piece of their life, because they'd already been on this journey for a while. And they knew where they were going. And then I have the people that are like, let's do multiple sessions. Because in this session, we are going to do with level one, and then we're going to do with level two, and then we're going to do with level three, with all of my sessions. There's already coaching built into it anyway. So that is a part of it. And then from there, if people are that interested in having all those tools, that they would like to have them at their disposal, and not have to go see somebody every time is also teach people how to read their own records, and how to ask those questions, how to access, how to get to the heart of it, to the heart of that information that they're seeking, and to be able to pull in the information that's seeking them. So they have all those tools at their fingertips already. Brandon Handley 24:16 That's pretty sweet. So you're saying you can Are you so I mean? Is it a skill or an ability then I guess to tap into the Akashic records. Kimberly Hoffman 24:28 It's a little of both. It's a little above. So we actually all have the ability to tap in. We are all divine beings. We are all connected to the records. This skill comes in, in how and what state are you in? Are you ready? Are you ready for that? So the skills are going to come with practice. Making sure that you're really trusting and believing in yourself getting rid of the limit. Meaning beliefs and the programming to get to that point where you have that ability to access, once you're able to access, your ability is going to take off, it's going to skyrocket. Brandon Handley 25:12 That's fantastic. And so that's something that you'll you work with people to, to get to a place that they can get to with you. Kimberly Hoffman 25:20 Absolutely, sir, who I want everybody to get there. Brandon Handley 25:24 I love it. The, you know, who would you say has been your primary clientele? Like, who? Who do you work with most? Who's coming to you? What are you seeing? Kimberly Hoffman 25:35 What I'm seeing is my primary clientele is a lot of women that are just tired. They have been through the crap relationships, they have been to the crap jobs, they've put themselves out there so much. It's like the people pleaser type that, you know, I've given so much away. Now it's time for me. And then, on the other side of that, I also have been seeing a lot of parents coming through parents that want to be better for their kids, parents that want to be able to access to help their kids to support their kids to be the best version of themselves. I mean, I know a lot of people are starting to feel the shifts, and waking up and they're like, wow, okay. And then they're starting to see that, you know, kids are actually gifted before it shut down. And then once we shut it down as parents, we got to open it back up. We got to create that space. Brandon Handley 26:35 Now for sure, for sure. That's something that we've certainly been cognizant of, in our children. And seeing a little bit of both ways, right? accidentally sending it down, right? Like, oh, shit, I didn't mean it. I didn't mean to kill that forever. I just really wanted to finish my dinner or whatever. Right? I mean, but but they're so sensitive to that. And, and, and the weight that we carry as parents is just so much the measurable, I'm sure you can probably remember a couple of times outside of getting slapped over over Jesus. You know, I'm sure you've got moments in your life where like, you just wanted to really shine and flourish and like your parents were like, they said something that, that just shut it all down, right? There, shut it all down, and you never did it again. Right? You're like, Alright, I'll screw it, I guess I guess I shouldn't have thought that way I should have done it. No, I'll just never do it again. And then, you know, that kind of cuts something off for you. So it's a great point that you bring up right? To be to be aware of how powerful you are as a parent, to know that you can, you can help to nurture that, which takes a significant amount of effort. And it's also really imperative to understand that you can shut it down for life and just an instant. That's it. And trying to get that back open is is a challenge. I mean, I think that can be realized that just trying to reopen yourself right into some of the things in the spaces that you believe in loving. And I know, it's been the same for me, I'm like, Well, why would I step into that? You know, so and so my family said that was a bad idea. And I believe them, those are the authority figures in my mind. Right? That say, Hey, you know, don't do that. I don't act that way. So give me a little bit of, of like, maybe your ideal client, like Who do you want to have reaching out to Who are you trying to reach? Kimberly Hoffman 28:39 I am actually trying to reach parents at this point. Because I am seeing so many, so many kids trying to deal with not just the external world, like we've had the pandemic and we have all of this stuff going on around us the fear that's coming out and the social media and the just, I mean, how many times you've you've been sitting at the dinner table and your kids like, bone, bone, and it's like, no, no phones at the dinner table, like, go outside, go play and they don't want to go outside. Because what happens if they catch a catch the catch the earth. And so I'm seeing so much fear and so many kids like having a really rough time over like the last school year, and everything and parents trying to help them manage this. But at the same time, they're having troubles managing themselves because of all of it as well. So I'm really trying to reach parents at this point, like, you know, let's get you back to your full self. Because I know you don't want to see your kid like this. And once you're back at your full self. We're then going to work on how you can be that support system and how you can help heal your kids. I want to teach parents how to heal energetically the selves and their kids, like here, take these tools, you're gonna heal yourself. And now you're going to be able to heal your kids. Brandon Handley 30:08 Nice. Nice. Well, awesome. So we're at a point now where I kind of get to the whole idea of this. This is like a spiritual speed dating show, right? So, basically, right now, somebody is tuning in, and they're looking for the next. They're looking for the next spiritual date, as it were, and like to just kind of hit it like that. Right? So the, I'm gonna ask you one or two questions, Bachelor of spiritual Bachelorette number one, I'm sure that I believe you're involved in children. So not saying that you're available. So what are we also afraid of? Kimberly Hoffman 30:48 Yeah, I honestly think we're also afraid of ego death. A lot of you want to say I'm afraid to die. I don't know what's out there. You know, the Christians are like, well, I could go to heaven, or maybe I haven't done enough and I'm gonna go to hell. But I honestly think people are so afraid of ego death. Because that's the part of us that kind of does that whole, like, Let's protect let's put you in that shell. And ego death means stepping outside the comfort zone, it means no longer fitting the mold of society. Brandon Handley 31:25 I get when you mean, outside the molds of society. Ego what, what does an ego death look like? What does that mean? So what would that experience be? Kimberly Hoffman 31:40 You would be, it would definitely be okay, I thought I was the shit at this. And now, I realize that I'm not as much of a shit at it as I thought I was and becoming accepting of who you are without those identities that you used to carry. So imagine it as Okay, I'm married to a veteran. He is more than said I can share his story as many times as I would like, his identity was in I am a soldier, I'm a soldier, I'm a soldier on soldier. Even a decade out, he's, I'm a soldier, I'm a soldier, that was his identity, and to lose that identity, that being part of the ego death is is scary. It is scary, scary. Scary. Because it's like, well, who am I? What do I do? Where do I go? I have no clue. And that was that's what I hear a lot with people and like, trying to release that ego, but the ego is what stands in your way of becoming your full and true potential. Brandon Handley 32:46 I got it. So I mean, really, I hate to use we're like crisis of identity or, you know, that kind of phrase. But, you know, crisis of identity where the the deal is, is you realize that you're not your identity. Meet this the crisis of the identity, right? Like, I am not my identity. Oh, shit. Then who am I? Right? Where's that? I like that? Okay, that's a good one. Yeah, I like it. Um, dude. That's number one. What is the greatest quality humans possess? Kimberly Hoffman 33:26 I love this question. But I also don't love this question. So I'll be honest with you. Humans, they possess an amazing quality for love. But they don't use it. So that quality inside if they can break into it is incredible. But a lot of us believe that, you know, misery and suffering are natural conditions or that, you know, man is inherently evil. That's so not true. Man is actually inherently loving and compassionate. And it's, it's a whole change of perspective on it for sure. Like going from we I've been told this my whole life. But no, I mean, man is definitely inherently divine, powerful, intelligent, being full of unconditional love and compassion. Brandon Handley 34:19 I mean, I have to agree, right? That's what you see, I think when you were looking at your youngest, and I think that that's what we see if we're paying attention, we stop and pause for a second at our children. And we're like, well, how did I become like such a jerk? When, like, he started off, like, this way, right? Or, you know, what happened along the way to everybody? And because I think that, you know, the greatest quality that we possess, you know, it certainly could be love and, you know, I was thinking maybe Divine Love, right? We have that inspiration inside of us. That's, that's a, it's always available. And I think that if you cultivate it to a certain point sense of fan into a flame it could really do do a lot of a lot of awesome things. 100% Oh, absolutely percent. So Well, I mean, is there anything I guess that we didn't hit on that you wanted to share out with us today, Kim? Kimberly Hoffman 35:18 No, honestly, I just want to tell everybody that I love you all. Y'all are so amazing. And I hope that you can see inside of you what you truly are. Brandon Handley 35:29 Yeah, thank you for that. I mean, it's it's a challenge, especially because we've been told so many of the different things and Kim's right. Yeah, inside of you. You've got you've got something that once you catch hold of it, and once you see it for yourself, that is really kind of No, it's no return from that, that return. Okay, thanks so much for being on. I appreciate what you're doing. I think it's really cool that you're able to offer the Akashic Record sessions. I think that's great. You're able to help other people to learn how to activate themselves. And looking forward to hearing more about you in the future. Thank you. Thank you, Brandon. truly appreciate you. Oh, you know what, we didn't do Kim. But we didn't tell her people can go find out more about you. Let's do that before we shut it down. So work on where can people find out more about you? Kimberly Hoffman 36:18 Alright, so you can either go to my website, which is w w w dot soli transformation, calm because I absolutely love puns. It's one of my little quirks. And I'm also on Facebook, solely transformation is my page. And then I'm also on Instagram, at soli, Kimberly. Awesome, Kim, Brandon Handley 36:38 thanks again for being on today. Appreciate it. Thank you, Brandon.

Listen to the show - TennesseeFarmTable.com
Cast Iron Rescue, Rehab and Cornbread with Dr. Katie Hoffman

Listen to the show - TennesseeFarmTable.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 24:00


In this episode, we are setting the table with Cast Iron, and Cornbread, two staples of the Appalachian table. My guest is Dr. Katie Hoffman who describes how she and her husband Brett Tiller created a business called Vintage Kitchen, Cast Iron and Collectibles, and how they rescue and rehab cast iron and resell their finds at their cast iron pop up clinics that they conduct from time to time in Tennessee and Virginia. They call these sessions they hold  “Cast Iron Clinics”. They sell cast iron and ship it all over the country and will also take in your old, sad, probably rusty and pitted heirloom cast iron, and will rehab it for you so it can be brought back to it's useful life once again. Also, Katie is also going to let us know how she makes her cornbread in a cast iron skillet. In Fred Sauceman pot luck radio series, he his subject is “Gritty Bread”.

Morning Air
Fr. Francis Hoffman, Legacy of St. John Paul II; Jack Rigert, JPII's Influence on Pro-Life Movement; Bishop Mueggenborg, Sunday's Gospel Reflection

Morning Air

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 51:07


Fr. Rocky stops by to chat with John on how it felt to be ordained by a saint, the influence St. john Paul II had on the youth and those around him. He notes the speed at which he was canonized as a testament to his impact. Jack reflects on the wisdom of JPII that […] All show notes at Fr. Francis Hoffman, Legacy of St. John Paul II; Jack Rigert, JPII’s Influence on Pro-Life Movement; Bishop Mueggenborg, Sunday’s Gospel Reflection - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio

The Laura Flanders Show
Community Safety in a Time of Insurrection

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 29:46


Join us live Sunday October 24th 7pm ET for a online screening & discussion of this week's episode, Register, for more Info and full episode notes goto=>  Patreon.com/theLFShowThe last US soldier to leave Afghanistan returned home this August, but private security personnel long outnumbered US troops in that war, and the for-profit business of training guns-for-hire is booming -- literally -- in the backyards of many rural Americans. In this special episode, The Laura Flanders Show travels to the tiny town of Hoffman in Richmond County, NC, where residents live next to a loud private training ground.They have real concerns about who is receiving training there and why, especially after the January 6th Insurrection at the Capitol. Laura interviews Hoffman's Mayors and one of the County Commissioners who approved the permit for Oak Grove Technologies' tactical training site. They regret that approval now. And we travel to nearby Hoke County, where a diverse coalition of local stakeholders — and an all-POC County Commission — were able to stop the expansion of Reservoir International, another training outfit seeking to expand its footprint near the county seat of Raeford. “The latter is an example of the power of community organizing,” says Serena Sebring of Blueprint NC. Blueprint is partnering with a statewide network of veteran ant-racist, anti-militia organizers to pool information and lift up local strategies for making communities safer.  “I don't think it's worthwhile for the county period. And it's really not good for the town of Hoffman. [We need to tell these private paramilitary training groups that]. We don't need you anymore…  Go back to the military, go back to camp McCall, go back to Fort Bragg... Don't let the civilians takeover military. We don't need it. “ Don BryantGuestsDonald Bryant, Richmond County CommissionerTommy Hart, Mayor Hoffman, NCDaniel Kelly, Mayor Pro Tempore, Hoffman, NCDanielle Purifoy, Assistant Professor, Dept of Geography, UNC Chapel HillHarry Southerland, Chairman, Hoke County Board of CommissionersChristina Davis McCoy, Former Executive Director, North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious ViolenceJim Davis, Former Sheriff, Hoke County, NCSerena Sebring, Executive Director, BluePrint NC 

CallumConnects Podcast
Steven Hoffman - My biggest hurdle as an entrepreneur.

CallumConnects Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 4:50


Steve Hoffman is the Captain & CEO of Founders Space, one of the world's leading startup accelerators. Founders Space was ranked the #1 incubator for overseas startups by Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines. Hoffman is also a venture investor, founder of three venture-backed and two bootstrapped startups, and author of several award-winning books. These include “Make Elephants Fly” (published by Hachette), “Surviving a Startup” (published by HarperCollins), and “The Five Forces” (published by BenBella). Website: https://FoundersSpace.com Website: https://SurvivingAStartup.com Facebook: https://Facebook.com/groups/FoundersSpace LinkedIn: https://LinkedIn.com/in/FoundersSpace/ Instagram: https://Instagram.com/FoundersSpace/ Twitter: https://Twitter.com/FoundersSpace/ CallumConnects Micro-Podcast is your daily dose of wholesome entrepreneurial inspiration. Hear from many different entrepreneurs in just 5 minutes what hurdles they have faced, how they overcame them, and what their key learning is. Be inspired, subscribe, leave a comment, go and change the world! Every entrepreneur featured has been recommended by one of our previous guests. www.CallumLaing.com

The Steve Warne Project
621: Surprising Habs and Sabres; Tkachuk's Debut; Karlsson and Hoffman; Mike Bossy's Cancer Battle

The Steve Warne Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 30:45


Brady Tkachuk debuts Thursday night against Erik Karlsson and the Sharks. Karlsson still doesn't lack for confidence. There's clearly no love lost between he and Mike Hoffman. they got into a little as San Jose pounded Montreal 5-0. The finalists are 0-4 while Buffalo – expected to be doormats – have begun the year 3-0. Jack Eichel can't be loving that. NHL legend Mike Bossy is dealing with lung cancer.

Plus
Glosa Plus: Ivan Hoffman: Elektrická perspektiva

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 2:34


Budoucnost patří elektřině. Ukazuje se ale, že to bude drahá budoucnost, protože má patřit elektřině zelené. A ta je nestabilní. Větrník potřebuje vítr, turbína vodu, solární panel chce slunečno. Když nefouká, přijde sucho anebo se zamračí, alternativci ostrouhají. O devastaci planety výrobou čisté zelené energie ani nemluvě. Vše, co se tváří eko, má nějaký kolaterální háček, o kterém se takticky mlčí.

Big Mad True Crime
The Hike - The Murder of Cynthia Hoffman

Big Mad True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 37:03


Due to our entire household coming down with COVID, the Big Mad True Crime Patreon family has gifted everyone one of their exclusive episodes. Part 3 of The Murder of Belinda Temple will resume next Monday. Thank you to everyone who has sent their well wishes! ---- A best friend, a group of teenagers, and a “catfish.” For photos and pertaining to this case, check out Cynthia's highlight at the top of my Instagram profile at http://www.instagram.com/TheHeatherAshley If you need more BMTC episodes in your life, check out our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BigMadTrueCrime Sponsors: Betterhelp.com/bigmad - 10% off your first month. HelloFresh.com/BIGMAD14 - PROMO CODE BIGMAD14 - for up to 14 meals plus free shipping. Prose.com/bigmad - Free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your first order. Uncommongoods.com/bigmad - 15% off your next gift.

GOLF's Subpar
Joe Greiner Interview: The advice he gave Max at Riviera, Cash games with Xander, Phil and Hoffman

GOLF's Subpar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 68:49


On this week's episode of GOLF's Subpar, PGA Tour caddy Joe Greiner joins former PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and jicky jack legend Drew Stoltz for an exclusive, in-studio, interview. The man on Max Homa's bag talks the advice he gave him at this year's Genesis Invitational, playing cash games with Phil Mickelson, Xander Schauffele and Charlie Hoffman, and who would come out on top in a caddy/player Tour event.