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Intelligent Medicine
Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Dr. Hoffman’s Definition of “Idiopathic”

Intelligent Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 26:38


Intelligent Medicine
Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Dr. Hoffman’s Experience with Covid

Intelligent Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 30:15


Weaver: Beyond the Numbers
Managing a Deluge of Funds – and Delivering on Promises

Weaver: Beyond the Numbers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 20:16


Our nation faces high inflation and an uncertain post Covid economic recovery. However, the government sector is flush with cash and funding for infrastructure improvements and capital programs approaches historic levels. Nearly a year ago President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law,” a once-in-a-generation investment in our nation's infrastructure and competitiveness”. Millions, billions and yes, even trillions are spent and allocated by the government for the business of running the country. How do government agencies respond? What really happens with all that money and how are government leaders managing the influx of funds, making sense of constituent needs, and achieving their goals – all while maintaining transparency and accountability?In the podcast, “Weaver Beyond the Numbers: The Business of Government,” host Adam Jones, Weaver's State Government Practice Leader, chatted with Todd Hoffman, Partner, Government Consulting Services, to discuss large-scale infrastructure funding and some of the challenges facing state and local governments. Jones noted that the contents of President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, provides state and local governments with billions in long-due funding needed to create meaningful change for their constituents. Hoffman agreed saying that the bill is large-scale and takes into account multiple factors. There is an objective behind the effort and now is the ideal time for organizations to prepare their business case around priority projects with the goal of maximizing this opportunity.“When you look at our nation as a whole — we've underinvested in infrastructure spending; on roads, bridges, power systems, rail, broadband, water systems and public transportation over the years. We have an aging infrastructure,” said Hoffman. He also mentioned the goal for many organizations is to modernize practices in IT, human resources, governance while creating a results-oriented approach in support of that change. Jones and Hoffman further explored:1. The emergence of the need for more transparency around federal funds2. How broadband is particularly unique area in money allocated for infrastructure3. The four pillar approach to management“We've been through some interesting times in the last few years as a nation and, if we think about it, Government has been at forefront of the efforts as the community is looking to for solutions and support,” said Hoffman. “Because of this, there is a strain on the employee base. Where we help is in providing ways to prioritize projects and develop business cases for the additional funding support.” Collaboration and relationship building are key comports to better problem solving in these times. There is power in the collective and when organizations think ways to improve delivery of services they can get better solutions when pulling in others. Hoffman went on to say, “What you'll find is there is a lot of overlap in what teams and departments are trying to accomplish and through collaboration you can identify those things and find common solutions. Collaboration equals better problem solving.”Todd Hoffman is Partner, Government Consulting Services, for Weaver and has 34 years of consulting experience successfully delivering results in state and local government.

Greymatter
Reid Hoffman | Crisis Management

Greymatter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 33:25


A re-broadcast of our episode featuring Greylock general partner Reid Hoffman in conversation with his Blitzscaling co-author Chris Yeh. In this episode (originally recorded in May 2022), Hoffman and Yeh discuss strategies for entrepreneurs to navigate crises - whatever that may mean at the given time. Entrepreneurship assumes an innate degree of optimism and perseverance. But even the most determined founders can feel subdued when faced with yet another crisis. That's why adaptability is a startup's strongest asset. As recent global events push us into a new era of market volatility and economic uncertainty, companies must be prepared to recalibrate their business to the new reality. Whether that means pausing their hiring plans, tempering their expansion efforts, redirecting resources, or any other number of operational activities, today's startup leaders should have a set of defensive and offensive tactics they can quickly deploy during times of crisis. You can read a transcript of this episode here: https://greylock.com/greymatter/crisis-management/

Ortho Eval Pal: Optimizing Orthopedic Evaluations and Management Skills

In today's episode, Cervical Myelopathy Cluster, I talk about...✅ Causes of cervical myelopathy.✅ Signs and symptoms of cervical myelopathy.✅ What the 5 most common predictive clinical findings are.✅ How to perform the tests.✅ How to manage patients with cervical myelopathy and so much more!(Video) Cervical Myelopathy Cluster(Video) Hyperefflexia, clonus and a positive Hoffman's test(Video) Myelopathy playlistSponsors: Medbridge and Robin HealthcareWant to join the OEP community? Click HERE to jump onto our email list. SUBSCRIBE at the bottom of the page.Ask me your ortho evaluation questions and I will answer them on the show: paul@orthoevalpal.comCome visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it outGet our downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lectureGet our downloadable 7.5 hour cervical and lumbar continuing ed courseGet our downloadable 6.0 hour shoulder continuing ed courseBe sure to "follow" us on our new Facebook PageI finally made it to Instagram. Stop by and check us outAre you looking for One on one Coaching? We have it!Be sure to check out our 460+ videos on our YouTube Channel called Ortho Eval Pal with Paul Marquis#cervicalmyelopathycluster #specialtests #cervicalspine #myelopathy #physicaltherapypodcasts #dptpodcasts #occupationaltherapypodcasts #Physicaltherapy  #DPT #Medicalproviders #sportsmedicine #athletictraining #occupationaltherapy #orthoevalpalSupport the show Thanks for listening! If you like our podcast, be sure to check out more of our great content at OrthoEvalPal.com, Instagram and Youtube. We'd love a rating or review on your podcast platform. And, as always, be kind to each other and take care!!

Alpine Church Sermons
Layton | Anxious 5 (Dean Hoffman)

Alpine Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 26:58


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Arizona's Morning News
Dennis Hoffman, Economics Professor at ASU

Arizona's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 4:40


Dennis Hoffman, Economics Professor at W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU, joins Arizona's Morning News to talk about the state of the economy, jobs and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Case of The Creeps: A Truly Creepy Podcast
Episode 26: The Polerse Search | Matthew Hoffman "The Leaf Killer" pt. 2

Case of The Creeps: A Truly Creepy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 103:16


Well, looky who's back on schedule! Hey Creeps! Katie is at it again, and with a special sub in co-host Mama Jerri, as they dig into part two of Matthew Hoffman a.k.a. The Leaf Killer. In this conclusion episode, Katie & Mama Jerri talk about the abduction of 13 year old Sarah Maynard and the horrors she endured while held captive by Hoffman. They also look into the discovery of Hoffman as the suspect and the spectacle that was his entire home. But don't worry creeps, this tale has a happy ending, with some twist and turns along the way. PLUS, Katie cant seem to get her speech together and we got some wild side stories for you. Tis the Season to Be Creepy! And this episode is sure to leave you with a case full of season greeting creeps.

Women World Leaders' Podcast
361. Empowering Lives With Purpose, Interview with Dr. Marina Hoffman

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 28:45


Dr. Marina Hofman is a professor at Palm Beach Atlantic, author of an award-winning book, Women In the Bible, and she navigates today's challenging times as a leader with strength, character, and courage.    In today's podcast, Marina shares her miracle message of survival and overcoming debilitating anxieties into a life of serving God.   ***** Kimberly Hobbs   Welcome to Empowering Lives with [urpose. And I'm your host, Kimberly Hobbs. I'm the founder of Women World Leaders. And today I'm so blessed to have our guest with us Dr. Marina Hoffman. Welcome, Marina.  Dr. Marina Hoffman   Oh, Kimberly, it's so great to be with you today and our friends around the world listening and being encouraged in the Lord.  Kimberly Hobbs   Amen. Amen. We're in for a wonderful day, a wonderful afternoon and can't wait to talk to you and let the ladies get to know you further and hear about your story. So ladies, this podcast is for you. And we are here to encourage you and inspire you to walk closer with Jesus. That's what we're all about it women world leaders is just a closer walk with our Savior and King. And there are so many ways just to encourage and strengthen the body of Christ together. And one of them is by sharing our stories and our personal accounts of what we've been through our walks. And many of us have had tumultuous walks, some of us have had a little bit easier walks, but when we share them and share how God moved in our life, through our walks, and storms and trials, and sometimes blessings and wonderful ways to we just see how God moves. And some of us can relate to each other and therefore be encouraged, inspired, have hope. And that's our purpose. So that's what we want to bring to you today. So God is working in you ladies giving you the desire and the power to do what pleases Him. That's Philippians 213. And we just believe that each of us have a purpose. And God is going to lead you to that purpose because he's given you gifts and talents and the power to do what he's equip you to do and his name. So let me tell you a little bit about Dr. Marina Hoffman. She has her PhD and she's a professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University. She is the author of the award winning book, women in the Bible. And we'll talk about more about that later in the podcast. But it's a small group Bible study that she's put together and in beautiful Marina thank you for doing God's work in that way. Marina illuminates the leadership, strength and character and courage of women in the Bible to bring an inspirational message of hope and encouragement to all of us who must navigate today's challenges and uncertain times, right? Because we are all walking through some uncertain times in this world. And today's message is a story is a powerful story. It's a god miracle in marinas life. And we titled this today trust because I asked Marina, what is that word that you can equate to your story and she said trust. So it's trust and from suffering to surrender. So Marina, as we start in to your story, you survived. You are a survivor. So can you tell us and share about what God's miracle was in your life through what happened? In this story you're about to share? Dr. Marina Hoffman   Yes, you know, Kimberly, before it happened, things were going quite well in my life. I had been in school for forever. I finally graduated in September, I got in at Christmas time. I got a job over January. So I was very excited to start work in the fall. And just things were so filled with hope. And I thought, wow, I've spent my whole life in school. Finally, I'm getting out. And I can do something to honor God and to serve others. Well, would you believe we're coming home from a trip up north in the middle of February, and very suddenly, out of nowhere, the car coming toward us? His head drops, and the car plows right toward us. And the setting Kimberley is the word driving about 65 miles an hour. He's driving 60 miles an hour, and the highway is under construction. So it narrows down to one lane and there was nothing Kimberly but a few inches between us. So there was really no options. Everything happened in a split second. And Kimberly I would love to share that my life paths before me but it didn't. I simply thought Oh, I'm dead and I thought that was the end of my story. Thankfully, my husband is a much quicker thinker than I am He responded marvelously. He controlled the car as best he could. And Kimberly when he felt that All was about to fail that he would have no chance of survival. He thought at least he can do his best to save my life. So very kindly, very sacrificially. He throws his body across the, the middle of the car and leans over me and protects me from all the airbags with my own body. And you know, Kimberly, that simple act of sacrifice started off an avalanche of miracles in our lives. So in this car crash, our engine ends up getting pushed into the driver's seat where he should have been, and no one knew how he survived. Three or four days later, the detective comes and says, Sir, I can't put unexplained miracle in my report. How are you alive? And so Larry begins to unravel the story of throwing his body against me and breaking his own rib doing it because if seatbelt was still on, and how his body really wasn't fully in his seat, and that saved his life, although he had many injuries, and for me, the seatbelt gave me four lacerations. So I was you know, Bile is pouring out of my system, I'm about to die. If I had had those airbags Kimberli in a heartbeat, I would have gone on to life with Jesus in eternity. But my husband's body took all the airbags, I also had a very significant brain injury. So it was very close to you know, being a vegetable I couldn't talk I had no memories, I still suffer a bit with those implications. But my husband put my his hand on my head. And I believe Kimberly, that that really prevented me from getting any worse injury, which also could have led to my death. So here I was alive. Um, God just brought, you know, retired firefighter, empty worker EMT workers running around the car to save me to hold me in my place. So I didn't move. I get to the hospital I near dead, and the nurses doing their job. They wanted to pull me through all these tests, and that would have taken two or three hours. Again, Kimberly, another miracle through the life of the surgeon that comes to check on me and says, No, this this girl has minutes to live. We're opening her up right now. And she knew that maybe God spoke to her. She said it was just unexplainable. How she came to check on me out of order, and canceled all the tests opened me up, found all my injuries closed me up. And that was Kimberly, life saving. But I will also share with our friends today that I had a long road ahead of me with severe PTSD, severe anxiety. You know, we've shared before how the beautiful verse have no anxiety, right? We have nothing to fear in the Lord. And yet Kimberly, I feared every single thing all the time, I was shaking around the clock with fear and anxiety after all the trauma that this created in me and my brain being a mess. So I had a long road of recovery. But God was with me every step of the way. Kimberly Hobbs   Amen. He sure was and just seeing that and what gave me goosebumps when we were talking. We had the privilege to have dinner last night together and we're gonna see each other again tomorrow but I'm just hearing more of this miraculous story and you were sharing how when when you were impacted you were forced to stay in your seat and the paramedic that just happened to be in one car that jumped out and then the firefighter like if you would have gotten out of that car the doctor said you would not be alive if you stood up you would have bled out and that would have been it you would have been done and so these miracles I can just blows my mind how God had everything step by step by step plant and ordained to make sure that you were okay. And I we just thank God for that. But yes, you did. You had suffered day to day about the overcoming anxiety and the the debilitating fear that you are constantly feeling like PTSD. And so the Bible tells us to be anxious for nothing. But in everything with prayer and thanksgiving. let your requests be known to God. That's Philippians four, six. Ladies, when you're suffering from fear and anxieties, God wants us to let our prayers and petitions be known to him because he's there to listen. But he says also with thankfulness. So you had a heart of thankfulness. Can you talk right now about overcoming the anxiety and fear in your day to day? Dr. Marina Hoffman   You know, there are so many tips that professionals give us Kimberly and I think there's a place for them all. They were very helpful to me all kinds of techniques that helped me to live to start to live on the path of a normal life and to at least begin to take care of myself again, which itself was a major accomplishment just to get out of bed in the morning seemed impossible with through all that, and alongside all the things that we can do, to help ourselves as human beings, really my anchor was Christ. And I know the only reason I could get up in the morning was because I knew that Jesus Christ had a plan for my life. And I could not see it. And Kimberly, I did not feel it. I did not feel my faith in those weeks. Initially, I didn't even feel my faith really in the hospital and ICU, I thought I was all by myself, I felt utterly alone. I didn't know if my husband was alive. And none of that was true. I was surrounded by family. And they told me over and over, my husband was alive. But in my world, Kimberly, I was so utterly alone. And yet, despite the feelings of feeling isolated as a human, I knew God was with me. And Paul talks about, you know, to live as Christ. And that's my testimony. I remember very little, but I remember hour after hour laying in the bed saying, I know that right now, the power of Jesus Christ is literally pumping through my body in my house. Yes. And it was not the feeling that God had a plan for my life, but the knowledge of it. So I've been a Christian forever. I, you know, from the age of three, I was aware of the Lord, and wanted to commit my life to Him. And all those years of drilling those verses in me on some deep level, Kimberly, I really feel God used that to help me to keep going. Kimberly Hobbs   Yes, yes, God says in His Word, and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. And that's what you had you had that peace of God, even though yes, you're in the flesh, you experience we all experience these things that we have to go through fears and anxieties and things like that, but but the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, right, it guarded your heart through that time, and it carried you through. So as God led you into, deeper into your life, there was one thing you were told when that surgery was performed, and all of this, and that was that you wouldn't have children, you know, you're impacted so severely Can you talk about that?  Dr. Marina Hoffman   Yeah, the chance of having a child was more or less zero. And of all the things that happened to me, I knew God somehow the way God's Kingdom works is that suffering is never in vain. And we see that in story after story of Scripture. So I knew somehow God would use all my suffering, for His glory, whatever that meant for me. But one thing I could not accept was that someone falls asleep at the wheel. And suddenly, I can't have a family and I can't be a mom. And I just felt that that was so unjust. It was very hard to walk every day I prayed and prayed and prayed in this reality. But there was a point when I was at the doctor, and they showed me this the results of all these tests, and it was way less than, you know, 1%. It was 0.000. And I thought in that moment, you know what, it's no longer about me trying and what I had for dinner last night. And if I did a whole mile of walking or not, I can be as healthy as I can, Kimberly, but this was so major. This was in God's territory. And you know, I had prayed so hard, Kimberly. But in that moment, I felt the burden lifted off me, even the burden of prayer. And I remember on the way home, I said, God, I have prayed so much, I'm actually going to stop praying, I'm just going to leave it with you. And I'm going to leave it with a few of my close friends that promise to continue to pray every day for me. But Kimberly, I couldn't keep living my life, in a sense, obsessing over prayer for this. So I was able to trust God. And you know, there's a verse in Hannah where this happens. she bakes God for a child. And then it says, she got up she ate and drank. And her face was no longer downcast. And that spoke to me so much. I said, that's what I need to do. I need to start living life, and not where the burden of this on my face anymore. And of course, you know, in the way God works, sometimes, sure enough, in a couple of months, I did get pregnant. Kimberly Hobbs   Amen, amen. And I know that Hannah was just a so closely related to your story. And so that became special to you. And even as you wrote about women in the Bible, and you turned it into a Bible study, you know, that was somebody that really stood out to you and wow, God performed miracles in your life miracle upon miracle. So now, let's talk about the miracle that God performed with Willow. Dr. Marina Hoffman   You know, there was so much prayer from my own heart and my husband and my Family But dear friends as well. And I think sometimes God does something really special in those circumstances. And she isn't an ordinary child. And again, um, what an answer to my prayer like Hannah, I believe she's already becoming a leader among others. And you know, Kimberly, she has been an instrument of joy and healing to so many people. And that's even when she was a little, she would say the things that would just pierce people's heart. And I remember one time a dear friend of mine who lost his daughter at 19, he was broken, he couldn't bear with his family to have Christmas up in Canada and their home. So they came down here just to change things and help them through. I remember he held her for two hours, and she slept. And he near wept. Kimberly, there was something he said about the power of healing that touched us very hard just holding her. And that has marked her whole life as well. So sometimes out of our suffering, are come something more beautiful than we could ever have imagined. And for me, as a mom, it is never a day goes by where I take her for granted. Every night, I tell a little story of how I prayed and prayed and prayed. And one day God answered my prayer, and wow, I was pregnant. And it was a girl and we call her Willow. And I say that every night and I remind my own heart, this thing that I prayed for so much, and I suffered so much with to be attuned to what God has to do in my life as a mother and to make sure that my suffering will always have a purpose. And I think that's a beautiful reminder in our lives, Kimberly, the things that we suffered with and through the trials we had, God wants to use for His glory. But I think we also have a role in continuing to be humble, and allow God to use that even if it means opening up and sharing our stories of hurt and suffering with others to bring them healing, as we testify of God's faithfulness. Kimberly Hobbs   Amen. Amen. And there, there are so many stories of pain in purpose, and that God teaches us through those times he he starts to equip us to go forward into the future with these amazing testimonies. And how would we do that? How would we be able to testify to others unless we walked in those steps, you know, and we suffered through it. And now we have these tremendous stories of faith and perseverance, strength, you know, honoring God, no matter what. And I praise God for your story. I praise him that you are testifying and sharing that. And Revelation 1211 says, they overcame him the enemy, he wants to take us all out, he wants to destroy our life. He he wants nothing more than to conquer somebody that is destined for a life of following Jesus. But revelation 1211 says they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, Jesus Christ, and the word of their testimony. So Marina, as you go out into the world, and you continue to share these miracles upon miracles, and the tragedy you went through is horrible, and the suffering you and your husband endured. But the faith that you had the mustard seed faith, brought you to have this precious little girl, and I met Willow and she is beautiful. And she does melt your heart, and says the most amazing things. And I know that she is going to be part of your serving as she grows in your family. And can you tell us about women in the Bible? Because you were talking about the there were certain women in the Bible that stood out to you? And I know Hannah was one of them. But how are you inspired to write this book and turn it into a Bible study? Dr. Marina Hoffman   Yes, so until this acts, and I had been studying women of the Bible academically as a scholar, and publishing articles, and it was lovely. But you know, these stories, took on a whole new meaning after my brain injury. And all this trauma I went through when I read them again, simply for personal encouragement, I felt so lonely, Kimberly, I needed someone to walk alongside me. And I didn't know where to turn. So I opened up my Bible to some of the stories that I had studied academically. And of course, as your listeners will know, I mean, the story of Hannah, she became my friend. She understood my sorrow because she had walked through, and she exemplified what it means to be faithful in the various situations I faced. And I found many women like this had gone through things just like we're going through today. It's incredible, isn't it 1000s of years ago, but we say we face the same challenges, and especially in the last few years, with the change we've undergone and culture and society. These are hard times, and what beautiful friendship and encouragement I found in women of the Bible. And as I spoke to women about it All of them kept asking me to write it down. And so that ended up in the devotional, the small group study women in the Bible. And on my website, there's a free video series where I share really how these women impacted me personally. And that video series is free women in the Bible dot info. And if the for the women who want to dive into these stories and say, what are they really about? What did these woman's struggle for? What Can God speak to me through their lives and their examples? This is a wonderful little book, you can go through it alone, eight studies, or I always say Kimberly, with a friend, because we all need friends, Kimberly Hobbs   That's for sure. Oh, my goodness, I that just like brings joy to my heart, women in the Bible. Because, you know, we all hear about, you know, the top two or three, you know, but there are so many significant women in the Bible that had amazing purpose in their life, and God chose to put them in his word for a purpose. So what you've done Marina by drawing, you know those stories out and unpacking them in a Bible study form is just so special. And I just thank you, I thank you for not balling up in a in, balling up in a ball, curling up in a ball. And just wallowing in your fear and your anxiety. No, you, you walked forward by faith and what you knew and God led you, and then you fulfill this amazing purpose and started writing for him. And I know you you teach at a Christian college at Palm Beach Atlantic, I know you are raising a daughter with such just beauty in the Lord Jesus Christ and how you pour into her. Can you just look at the women that are here on this podcast and speak directly to their heart. And give them something from your heart today that can inspire them to walk in their beautiful purpose, to run after God with all their heart, despite those moments that they're curled up in a ball in their bed, just crying out to God, you know, like, how do they get out of that ball and just go running after God like you did? Dr. Marina Hoffman   You know, there's a time for us to be quiet before the Lord and to just heal and to be one with God and to shut out the world to the point where sometimes we need to silence everything around us to hear from the Lord. But then I think Kimberly, and friends who are listening today as God begins to work in your life, and as Kimberly shared today, there is power when we share our testimony. And to begin with that might be just a few words. But as we begin to share our testimony more and more, and to share the faithfulness God has shown us as we walked through the valley of the shadow of death, and as we struggled, something incredible is released within us. I will say one practical example. You know, I was lonely for two years, you can imagine what two years right, we're all cut off from each other. I was so lonely that it hurt me, not just my heart, but my body was hurting with loneliness. And finally, Kimberly, I was so desperate, I began just to tell people that I'm so lonely. And you know what happened? Friends, I found community because there was all kinds of wonderful women around me who were lonely too. And I boldly invited them to come to my house, which was not the thing to do during those days, you know what they showed up. So even showing the little bit of way that I was suffering, and showing God's faithfulness to me opened up my heart for more healing from God, because I was able to expose my heart and say, Lord, heal me. And the Lord spoke such words of life to me, even from the women I will share with, but I also gained friendships. And you know, I think that happens when we open up our heart to others, to share our sorrows, and to share God's faithfulness, what happens, they open up their hearts back to us, and of course, being wise about who we share with but there are wonderful women of God all around us. And I think it's a worthy prayer to say, Lord, show me who they are. build me up that we can bless each other and grow in you together. Kimberly Hobbs   So beautifully said so beautifully said. Community is so important. Friendships are so important and the correct ones those that love the Lord, surround yourself with those people that are going to lift you up before God that are going to pray over you that are going to speak life into you and not death and that woe is me talk but they are going to lift you up in Jesus and those are the friends that you want. And I'm so thankful that God brought community at a time where you were so just desperate for love and connection and you were just like suffocating because you didn't have it, and God provided those that he knew or not afraid and still reached out to you during that time. So I just thank him for that. I'm thankful that you and I got to meet Marina and that we were able to become friends and this just short amount of time. But when you have abandoned Christ, so deep and you're, you're just connected because of him. Things like this just happened so quickly. And ladies, that's for you to go out, go outside of your doors and reach out there are so many people out there that just want to connect with you that God is going to allow into your paths for his greater purpose, trust Him for it, and ask him for it. So I just want to thank you, Marina for sharing with us today. And how can women reach you if they want to reach out to you if they want to get your book? How can they reach you? Dr. Marina Hoffman   Yes, please visit womenintheBible.info and you'll see my free video series, my email address, if you want to connect my testimony, if you want to share with others, and lots of resources to encourage you, I would love to hear from you. And you can get the first chapter for free as well. Or you could buy the book. It's like I think $13 on Amazon here in the US, but it's distributed internationally. So that's womenintheBible.info. Kimberly Hobbs   That's wonderful. That's wonderful. So thank you for sharing that. Thank you for being a guest today on empowering lives with purpose and also look for Marina more because we are connected here at women, we're leaders and we're just excited to see what God has in these future friendships that are made through this amazing ministry. So ladies, I just want to leave you with the scripture that God tells us to call on me when you're in trouble, and I will receive you and you will give me glory. Oh my goodness, when we call on him, he he just encompasses us with His love, right? And he turns us around and we're going to glorify Him by trusting Him. He is amazing that Psalm 50 Verse five. So ladies, as we close out today, just know that God loves you so much. He has a purpose for your life, a plan for your life, even when things may look dark and dreary. Please don't let the enemy lie to you. God has a plan for you. From his heart to yours. We are women, world leaders all content is copyrighted and cannot be used without expressed written consent. Thou bless you Marina thank you again for sharing today. Dr. Marina Hoffman   Thank you so much. And ladies, just embrace the love of God today. And whatever you're suffering you know, surrender to the Lord and I'm praying that you find community as well as you're willing to share God's faithfulness with others. Kimberly Hobbs   Amen. Amen. We prayed over you today ladies before we even started this podcast. Marina and I and my husband we pray before every podcast and and also you were prayed for today and we will close praying for you too. So God bless you all have a beautiful day.

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour
Gail Newman & Mari Ruti - Against Neoliberal Self-Optimization: Marion Milner and D.W. Winnicott

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 136:47


Gail Newman and Mari Ruti joined Coop and Taylor to discuss their upcoming co-authored text, Against Neoliberal Self-Optimization: Marion Milner and D.W. Winnicott. Gail is the Chair for the Center of Global Languages, Literatures, and Cultures and is the Harold J. Henry Professor of German at Williams College; her research interests include psychoanalytic theory, German literature and culture and she has published on Goethe, Kleist, Hoffman, and Novalis (among others), including a book titled Locating the Romantic Subject: Novalis with Winnicott. https://german.williams.edu/profile/gnewman/ Mari is a Distinguished Professor of Critical Theory and Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Toronto. Her books include The Singularity of Being: Lacan and the Immortal Within; The Ethics of Opting Out: Defiance and Affect in Queer Theory; and Penis Envy and Other Bad Feelings: The Emotional Costs of Everyday Life. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mari_Ruti Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/muhh Twitter: @unconscioushh Instagram: @unconscioushh

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World
#129 Envisioning, Designing and Creating Spaces for the Future with Johanna Hoffman

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 106:08


Johanna Hoffman is a designer, urbanist and strategist exploring the ties between design, planning, fiction and futures. She's the founder of Design for Adaptation, a studio using strategic planning, interactive storytelling and speculative design to survey the impacts of potential futures and spur proactive adaptation. Her new book is called Speculative Futures: Design Approaches to Navigate Change, Foster Resilience, and Co-Create the Cities we Need. Johanna and I talk about strategies to make the intangibility and overwhelm of the future more personal and inspiring, and how we can integrate grief into shifting narratives. We discuss how national mythologies translate into the creation of different landscapes, the pros and cons of modern cities, and how important it is to give ourselves permission to lean into our creativity, imagination, and confidence in order to manifest big ideas. Johanna's book recommendations: Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer, Viral Justice by Ruha Benjamin, Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino and the work of Eric Klineberg, Ursula Le Guin, Stuart Candy, and Octavia Butler.Find Johanna at johannahoffman.com and on InstagramSongs featured: “The Fear” by Ben Howard and “Let Me Down Easy” by Gang of YouthsHow to support the show:* Rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes* Become a paid subscriber on Substack* Visit my website - AnyaKaats.com & Find me on InstagramA Millennial's Guide to Saving the World is a reader and listener-supported project. If you find this content valuable and have the means to donate financially, please consider becoming a paid subscriber for only $5/month. Get full access to A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World at anyakaats.substack.com/subscribe

The Man Cave Chronicles
Henry Thomas on His New Film 'Sam & Kate': ”It Was a Lot Of Fun”

The Man Cave Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 11:14


Henry Thomas recently joined host Elias in the cave! You can see Henry in his latest role as Ron in ' Sam & Kate" starring Jake Hoffman, Schuyler Fisk, Dustin Hoffman, Sissy Spacek now playing in select theaters. Sam & Kate - A life-affirming family dramedy starring Oscar®-winners Dustin Hoffman and Sissy Spacek, Sam & Kate takes place in a small town in the heart of the country. Hoffman plays Bill, the larger-than-life father to Sam (Jake Hoffman), who has returned home to take care of his ailing dad. While home, Sam falls for a local woman, Kate (Schuyler Fisk). And at the same time, Bill starts to fall for her mom, Tina (Spacek). But finding love is complicated and for these four, it is no different. They all must confront their past in order to make their new love work for the future. Truly a family affair, art imitates life with the father/son casting of Dustin & Jake and the mother/daughter casting of Sissy & Schuyler. You can watch this interview on YouTube https://youtu.be/Htz-TZj5Nrw Have a question? Email us  themccpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates  www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com  www.youtube.com/c/TheManCaveChronicleswElias  

TorahAnytime Daily Dose
Daily Dose #1,465: Turn It Around - R' Chaim Dahan ZT"L

TorahAnytime Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 0:59


Full TorahAnytime LectureVideo or AudioMore classes from R' Chaim Dahan ZT"L⭐ 1,465

The Hoffman Podcast
S5e14: Volker Krohn – Re-Initiated Into the Family of Humanity

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 40:09


  Wonder why the Hoffman Process works so well on many levels? Listen in as Volker Krohn, psychotherapist, Director of Hoffman Centre Australia/Singapore, and Director of Hoffman International shares his experience of and insights into the Process. Born in Germany, Volker found his way to Australia after spending a short time in the United States. In the late '80s, he attended the second Process ever held in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Bob Hoffman was his Process teacher as well as his Process teacher trainer. In this conversation between Volker and Drew, we learn some fascinating things about the Process. Volker reminds us that the Hoffman Process is a psycho-spiritual process. As such, it supports the integration of the psychological and spiritual natures within us. With a background as a psychologist as well as his studies in spirituality, Volker shares his sense of what happens underneath the surface of the Process. Through his experience of decades of teaching the Process, Volker speaks to the heart of what the Process does. He says the Process helps each of us come to live in accordance with the intrinsic values of our hearts. He goes on to add that we aren't our thinking and we're not our feelings, rather these are aspects of our ego structure. Ultimately, the Process helps us come back into Presence and back into peace with ourselves. Volker beautifully encapsulates the Process as one that re-initiates us into our own humanity and into the family of humanity. Settle in for this beautiful conversation. Be prepared to come away with a deeper sense of your place in the family of humanity. More about Volker Krohn: Volker Krohn is an accomplished psychotherapist and has been the director of the Hoffman Centre Australia/Singapore since 1991. He is also the director of Hoffman International. He was personally trained by Robert Hoffman in the late 1980s and is a senior supervising facilitator of the Process. Volker's extensive professional background includes Family Therapy, Self-Psychology, and Creative Arts Therapy as well as organizational development. He also speaks and writes widely on emotional healing, re-education, and spiritual renewal, through the exploration of early childhood conditioning. Volker is passionate about helping people to improve their emotional and spiritual intelligence and has inspired thousands of Hoffman graduates in Australia and worldwide to live from a place of self-acceptance and gratitude claiming compassionate leadership in their life. As mentioned in this episode: The Arakwal and Bundialung Nation: Hoffman Centre Australia's retreat site is part of the Arakwal national park. The Arakwal are part of the Bundialung Nation. Teach Your Children by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young The lyrics that Volker mentions: Teach your children well Their father's hell did slowly go byAnd feed them on your dreamsThe one they pick's the one you'll know by Read the full lyrics here and listen on YouTube. Two Spiritual Paths: The Yana Path - the path of understanding. For instance, Zen Buddhism follows the Yana path. The Bhakti Path - the path of devotion. For instance, Sufism follows the Bhakti path through prayer, dancing The Enneagram: 3 basic human instinctual drives, Claudio Naranjo, and the 27 Enneagram sub-types. How climate change is affecting us: Climate Anxiety and Climate Depression University of California research on the Hoffman Process: Several different scientific research studies have been conducted about the Process – on the methodology and its aftereffects. One of the most significant studies was done by Professors Michael R. Levenson and Carolyn M. Aldwin, of the University of California, Davis. Their three-year, grant-funded research study shows that Hoffman Process participants experienced lasting significant reductions in depression, anxiety, and obsessive/compulsive tendencies, coupled with lasting significant increases in emotional intelligence,

The Charlie Kirk Show
The Legal Battle for Arizona Explained with Harmeet Dhillon and Jake Hoffman

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 38:46


Still trying to figure out what critical steps went wrong in Arizona's election, Charlie calls in some of the experts. First, Arizona State Senator-elect Jake Hoffman calls out Doug Ducey and Katie Hobbs, and warns what will happen if they certify this botched election. Next, Kari Lake legal team member Harmeet Dhillon joins Charlie to drop important news on current lawsuits regarding Arizona's elections, as well as her own take on what happened November 8.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cars Yeah with Mark Greene
2212: Kyle Hoffman

Cars Yeah with Mark Greene

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 45:03


Kyle Hoffman produces and hosts his YouTube channel titled Depreciation Nation, a show he's produced for over two year. He's been addicted to speed since he was fiver years old and it all started with his fascination with horses, a passion he still enjoys today watching race horses run. His older brother bought a BMW with a manual gearbox and Kyle was hooked. He's since owned several of these cars and  would buy and sell them learning how to flip cars and make some money along the way. From years of this his YouTube channel was born.

Greymatter
Reid Hoffman | The Importance of Friendship

Greymatter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 18:28


A re-broadcast of our episode featuring Greylock general partner Reid Hoffman sharing the speech he gave at the 2022 Commencement of Vanderbilt University. Hoffman discusses several key moments in his personal and professional life, including his initial foray into entrepreneurship, and the role his friends have played. As he says, "The most impactful lessons that shaped my perspective, decisions, and ultimately the actions I took came from friends." You can read the transcript of this speech here: https://greylock.com/greymatter/reid-hoffman-the-importance-of-friendship/

Unapologetically Abundant
How to manifest magic in your life with EFT with Haley Hoffman Smith

Unapologetically Abundant

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 30:07


On this episode, we talked about: Figuring out what motivates you Allow yourself to be authentic Haley's journey with EFT Learning how to uncover things Knowing the right questions to ask Being in a place of peace and happiness Being in the vibration you want to attract   "The real magic occurs when you allow yourself to be yourself and allow motivation to flow through you in an authentic way"   "A practitioner can help you find your blind spots and ask the right questions to figure out what are you afraid of at the next level of your life"   "In order to get what I want and manifest, I have to look deeper and ask myself: why my subconscious is not feeling confident?"   About Haley: Haley Hoffman Smith is the author of the bestselling book "Her Big Idea" and was named by Forbes as one of today's most influential female speakers. She is a graduate of Brown University and the founder of Her Big Lash.

Alpine Church Sermons
Logan | Anxious 4 (Dean Hoffman)

Alpine Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 30:31


Talk about it: pursueGOD.org/ac

Morning Prayer and Worship
Leaning – Morning Prayer, Friday, Proper 28

Morning Prayer and Worship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 18:04


The Season After Pentecost, Friday, Proper 28, in the Church Calendar This week we are following the Daily Office lectionary with an episode Monday through Friday. Our general order and lectionary comes from the Book of Common Prayer Daily Office. We'll sing the song “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms” by E. A. Hoffman and A. J. Showalter. We'll then offer a Prayer of Confession. We'll read Psalm 102 followed by the Gloria Patri. Our Scripture Lesson is Luke 18:1-8 . We'll say the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, and the Collect of the Day. We'll then have a time of prompted prayer. If you have a prayer request please submit it here. Sign up here for the email list. Visit Patreon to give and support Morning Prayer monthly. Go to PayPal to give a one-time gift. Art by Suzanne Jackson, Wind and Water, 1975 Collect of the Day Proper 28, Rite Two Blessed Lord, who caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning: Grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that we may embrace and ever hold fast the blessed hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Savior Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Linked Local Broadcast Network
Discover Rising Tides with Rebecca Hoffman

Linked Local Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 54:00


Discover Rising Tides with Rebecca Hoffman How the Outside Makes the Inside Better Through conversations with female business owners, we explore the benefits of time spent outside to maintain life balance. The time outside and activity may differ in each conversation, but we delve into the subject to find the commonality that drives us all.  As a business owner, I find myself outside to balance the challenges of every day Discovering Guest Rebecca Hoffman is the founder of Good Egg Concepts, an independent, boutique strategic communications consultancy. Drawing upon 30 years of professional expertise earned while working for art museums, universities, and companies, Rebecca leads creative projects of every stripe. In partnership with her wide network of independent design and production colleagues, Rebecca develops brands and fine-tunes muddy existing brand identities, ghost-writes sparkling copy, strategizes with clients on myriad creative projects, and brings a wildly fresh perspective to everyday business problems in the branding, communications and marketing spheres. Rebecca has developed deep niches of experience from frequent collaboration with professional services practices, non-profits, membership organizations, sole proprietorships, and start-ups. She is a passionate champion of entrepreneurs and local businesses and truly enjoys working with her clients to help them achieve their ambitious goals. In addition to her client projects, Rebecca is a frequent presenter to professional groups on topics spotlighting business marketing, social media for business success, and topics focused on brand-building in a competitive marketplace. November 16th, 2022  2:00 pm PST Submit Questions  hello@discoverrisingtides.com   Watch or listen at: https://linkedlocalnetwork.com/discover-rising-tides/

Plus
Glosa Plus: Ivan Hoffman: Studenti – budoucnost místo minulosti

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 2:47


Studenti stávkující za klima se nechali slyšet, že vzdávat 17. listopadu hold minulosti nestačí, je třeba se věnovat problémům současným. V tom samozřejmě mají pravdu, jejich volání po spravedlivé transformaci státu a společnosti je případné a aktuální.

Cross Question with Iain Dale
Steve Reed, Noa Hoffman, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown & Richard Graham

Cross Question with Iain Dale

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 47:14


Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour's Shadow Justice Secretary Steve Reed, The Sun's political journalist Noa Hoffman, political commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Conservative MP Richard Graham.

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 3 - Who should be Commanders starting QB? Chris Knoche previews Terps-Binghamton + Real Things

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 44:54


1:12 - Who should be the Commanders starting QB? 11:45 - Calls/tweets: Who should be the Commanders starting QB? 23:03 - Guest: Chris Knoche previews Terps-Binghamton 36:45 - Real Things: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Commanders locker room post game + Pat McAfee 

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 2 - Not My Beat + Ben Standig's biggest takeaways from the game

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 45:21


1:12 - Not My Beat: Michael Phillips with his biggest takeaways from the Commanders win over the Eagles 24:43 - Ben Standig gives us his immediate reaction to the Commanders win @ the Eagles 38:45 -  Ben and Craig discuss Brian Robinson's impact on the game

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 1 - 1st and 10, Ron Rivera presser + Take Command Segment

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 43:17


1:12 - 1st and 10: Craig's 10 biggest observations from the Commander 32-21 win over the Eagles 13:14 - Take Command Segment w/ Logan Paulsen 24:26 - Ron Rivera LIVE day-after-the-game press conference 34:23 - Reaction to Ron Rivera being non-committal on naming a starting QB for rest of season

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 3 - Keys to the game, 26 biggest stories surrounding Commanders + Real Things

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 41:43


1:12 - What are your offensive and defensive keys to the game? 21:07 - Top 26 storylines surrounding the Commanders since the start of the season. Do any of these stories have any bearings on tonight's game? 35:38 - Real Things: Kevin Durant and Jeff Saturday

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 1 - Taylor Heinicke's last stand + Alex Smith candid on the Commanders

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 43:24


1:12 - Is this Taylor Heinicke's last stand? + Commanders-Eagles injury report 12:55 - Alex Smith on how the Commanders run their organization compared to other organizations and he also suggests that FedEx is worst game day experience for fans 22:09 - Alex Smith on what the sale of the team can do for the players + the team's tarnished legacy 32:59 - What else happened in sports over the weekend? Wizards are on a 4-game win streak. 

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 2 - Not My Beat, Around the NFL + Importance of Offensive Efficiency

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 45:10


1:12 - Not My Beat: Santana Moss previews Eagles-Commanders 12:37 - What is the single biggest key to the game for the Commanders? Offensive efficiency! 20:56 - Around the NFL: Craig and Anthony recap their NFL Week 10 picks

The Smart Community Podcast
Speculative Futures for Resilient Smart Communities, with Johanna Hoffman

The Smart Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 31:30


Hi #SmartCommunity friends! In this episode of the Smart Community Podcast, I have a fascinating conversation with urbanist and author Johanna Hoffman. Johanna is the founder of the research and action institute Design for Adaptation, and works primarily at the nexus of design, planning, fiction and futures. We talk about what a Smart Community is for her, and what inspired Johanna to write her book, which is called “Speculative Futures: Design Approaches to Navigate Change, Foster Resilience and Co-Create the Cities We Need”. Johanna tells us how we need to be using our imaginations more in our Smart Cities and Communities work, how that can build our personal and social resilience, and why we need to focus on future possibilities not just solving current problems. Johanna and I discuss the issue of information overload and interpreting data so that citizens can actually understand it and the role memory plays in speculative futures. We finish our chat talking about the dangers of tech goggles and silver bullet thinking. As always, we hope you enjoyed listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it. Connect with Johanna on LinkedIn, her website or Instagram @johannaehoffman Connect with me via email: hello@mysmart.community Connect with My Smart Community via LinkedIn or Twitter and watch on YouTube Podcast Production by Perk Digital

If Supr Says It - All Siege, All the Time.
Episode 10: Jonkoping Major Predictions featuring Drip and Nuers

If Supr Says It - All Siege, All the Time.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 68:29


Drip and Nuers join supr to make predictions for the upcoming Jonkoping Major.   "If Supr Says It" is a Rainbow Six Siege Podcast hosted by Professional Rainbow Six Siege Player Seth "supr" Hoffman.

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 3 - Around the NFL + Real Things

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 24:18


1:12 - Around the NFL: Craig and Anthony make their NFL Week 10 picks 11:17 - Real Things: Jets fan, Kyle Kuzma + Joe Thomas on Jeff Saturday hiring

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 1 - Take Command, Chris Miller + Preview of the Sports Weekend

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 42:34


8:33 - Take Command Segment: What's different and why the Eagles are playing even better now 23:38 - Guest: Chris Miller on the Wizards huge win over the Dallas Mavericks 35:07 - What else is happening in sports over the weekend?

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 2 - Not My Beat, Is this Heinicke's last stand? + Wizards Asst. Coach Pat Delany

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 44:22


1:12 - Not My Beat: Attorney Shawn Moore on Karl Racine's civil lawsuit against Dan Snyder, Roger Goodell, the Commanders and the NFL 21:26 - Wizards Assistant Coach Pat Delany on the Wizards start to the season 33:04 - Is this Heinicke's last stand?

Regarding Consciousness
Consciousness and Physicalism Contrasted, the Theory of Everything Challenged with Jude Currivan and Don Hoffman

Regarding Consciousness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 59:46


Thank you so much for being here with us today with two of my dear friends who are both pioneers in consciousness. Donald Hoffman received a PhD from MIT and is a Professor emeritus of Cognitive Sciences at the University of California Irvine. His research on perception, evolution and consciousness received the Trillium Award of the US National Academy of Sciences. He is the author of the best selling book, The Case Against Reality: Why Evolution Hid The Truth from Our Eyes. We also have Dr. Jude Currivan, who is a Cosmologist, planetary healer, futurist, author, and co-founder of Whole Worldview. She was previously one of the most senior busineswomen in the UK and has a master's degree in physics from Oxford. Specializing in quantum physics in cosmology, as well as a PhD in anthropological archeology from the University of Redding researching ancient Cosmology, she has traveled to nearly 80 countries and worked with Wisdom Keepers for many traditions. Her extensive experience and knowledge of world events, systems and trends has led her to speak on transformational reforms in the UK, US, Europe, Japan, South Korea, and Australia. Jude also has a bestselling book that is already on the bestseller list before it even launches, called The Story of Gaia.In this interview with Drs. Hoffman and Currivan, you'll discover:-Differences in perspective lead to healthy discussion and broadening of worldviews...02:11-The bottom has fallen out from physicalism...06:50-The notion of "agent" regarding consciousness vs. physicalism...17:02-There is no "theory of everything"...26:05-We're co-creators of the universe...34:13-Mind and consciousness is not what we have, but what we are...40:42-Profound guidance from Gaia and spiritual beings...48:22-And much more...Resources mentioned:The Story of Gaia by Jude CurrivanThe Case Against Reality: Why Evolution Hid The Truth from Our Eyes by Don Hoffman

Middle Aged and Creeped Out
87: Guest Chat with Scarlett Hoffman (Published Young Fantasy/Fiction Author)

Middle Aged and Creeped Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 58:56


The guys have a fun sit down guest chat with a very talented young author...Miss Scarlett Hoffman!!!

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 2 - Not My Beat, B-Rob & Leno Jr. respond + Clinton Yates on AG Racine's presser

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 42:55


1:12 - Not My Beat: Ereck Flack on AG Karl Racine civil lawsuit against Dan Snyder, Commanders, Roger Goodell and the NFL 12:25 - Brian Robinson and Charles Leno Jr. both address the media about Robinson being mentioned in Washington statement 22:45 - Clinton Yates gives us his biggest takeaway from AG Karl Racine's press conference

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 3 - Tisha Thompson, Dave Johnson preview Mavs @ Wizards + Real Things

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 42:04


1:12 - Guest: Tisha Thompson on Karl Racine's civil lawsuit against Snyder, the Commanders, Roger Goodell and the NFL 21:29 - Guest: Dave Johnson previews Mavericks @ Wizards with Craig and Clinton Yates 33:11 - Real Things: Jevon Carter, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever + Isiah Thomas

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 1 - AG Office suing Snyder, Goodell, NFL + Why was B-Rob used as a human shield?

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:22


1:12 - Craig reacts to the Attorney General's Office suing team owner Dan Snyder, the Commanders, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and the NFL for colluding to deceive District residents. 13:55 - AG Karl Racine comments from his press conference on why this civil case was brought about 24:06 - Why did a Washington spokesperson try to use Brian Robinson as a human shield in a statement addressed to the Attorney General's Office ?

The Two Cities
Episode #146 - Preaching to a Divided Nation with Rev. Dr. Paul Hoffman

The Two Cities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 53:36


In this episode we're talking about Preaching to a Divided Nation with Rev. Dr. Paul Hoffman, who is lead pastor of Evangelical Friends Church of Newport in Rhode Island, an adjunct professor of homiletics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and co-author with Matthew Kim of the book that we're discussing today, Preaching to a Divided Nation: A Seven-Step Model for Promoting Reconciliation and Unity (published by Baker). In our conversation, Rev. Dr. Hoffman shares with us some of the seven steps proposed in the book, and what the four main "isms" are that undermine our unity. Overall, Rev. Dr. helps us think about the importance of finding commonality in our shared identities, esp. for those who have a shared identity in Christ. Team members on the episode from The Two Cities include: Dr. John Anthony Dunne, Dr. Grace Sangalang Ng, and Rev. Daniel Parham.

The Hoffman Show
Hoffman Show Hour 1 - Karl Racine to make "Major Announcement" related to Commanders, Take Command Segment + Roger Bennett

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 48:23


1:12 - DC Attorney General Karl Racine will "make a major announcement related to the Washington Commanders” 8:48 - Take Command Segment: Logan Paulsen says Sunday was worst Commanders QB performance this season 35:46 - Roger Bennett Talks USMNT Ahead of World Cup 2022

Learn to Lead
Forces of Innovation

Learn to Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 23:08


Steve Hoffman is the Chairman & CEO of Founders Space, a global innovation hub for entrepreneurs, corporations, and investors, with over 50 partners in 22 countries. Hoffman is also a venture investor, founder of three venture-backed and two bootstrapped startups, and author of several award-winning books, including Make Elephants Fly, Surviving a Startup, and The Five Forces. In this episode, we discussed the difference between innovation and truly radical change as well as how Steve's experiences in a variety of roles in the startup system have influenced his understanding of leadership. We also discussed why his absolute requirement for success in business is to hire not good but great leaders and what that means. Steve shared an exercise that you can do today that will immediately test your leadership skills and show you how to grow them, and, finally, he discussed his findings about the five forces that will influence business innovation moving forward.

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #97- HAPPIE Hoffman

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 29:39


It's Heartbreak Season (among other things) and we need HAPPIE Hoffman to tell us that. HAPPIE's debut EP, titled Heartbreak Season is available everywhere you get your music Friday, November 18th. For more information, you can follow HAPPIE on Instagram, or checkout her website.Plus, how can we let another day go by without talking about the Weird Al bio-film?

Wheels Off with Rhett Miller

Singer-songwriter Lauren Hoffman joins Rhett to talk about her unique journey through the music industry and shares her perspective on the impact that technology has on the creative process. The two discuss the meditative qualities of songwriting, the difficulties of being an emerging artist in the 90s, and why it's critical to prioritize your peace of mind. Lauren is based in Los Angeles and is currently working on her seventh album. Lauren Hoffman websiteLauren on IG @laurenhoffmanmusicLauren Hoffman on Spotify Rhett on IG: @rhettmillerWebsite: Rhettmiller.comGo see a show! Rhett's tour dates are here.Wheels Off is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and produced by Rhett Miller. Co-produced by Kirsten Cluthe in partnership with Nick Ruffini (Revoice Media). Editing by Matt Dwyer. Music by OLD 97's. Episode artwork by Katherine Boils. Show logo by Tim Skirven. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also ask Alexa to play it. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes. Revisit previous episodes of Wheels Off with Rosanne Cash, Rob Thomas, Will Forte, Lydia Loveless, Allison Moorer, Ted Leo, Paul F. Tompkins, Jen Kirkman, and more. Find Rhett's podcast #WheelsOff and other music-powered shows on @Osirispod Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Craft & Character
Preaching to a Divided Nation with Paul A. Hoffman

Craft & Character

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 52:17


The 2022 midterm elections, like most political events in our age, will undoubtedly spark new fires of division in our country一not only in the nation at large, but sadly, within the church. Enter Paul A. Hoffman, the lead pastor of Evangelical Friends Church in Newport, Rhode Island, and co-author of a new book: Preaching To A Divided Nation: A Seven-Step Model for Promoting Reconciliation and Unity. Steve Carter asks Paul to walk through the seven crucial steps every Christian can take to live out the reconciliation-filled power of the gospel. In this click-bait-laden, polarized cultural moment, these steps help us start conversations rooted in what bonds us, not what divides us. EPISODE LINKS Paul's books: Preaching To A Divided Nation, Reconciling Places Church: efcnewport.com @pastorhoffman @steveryancarter @craft_character Paul's Christmas Preaching Article: Fear and Loathing in Bethlehem Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Missing Frames: Catching up with Cinema

A few years after Carley Cooper introduced Shawn to the 'GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Some Like It Hot, the pair reunites to watch the '2ND GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Tootsie. Is it really as funny as its esteemed reputation suggests, and why exactly are the American Film Institute's top two funniest films both about men dressing as women? All these questions and more will be answered!HOSTSShawn EastridgeCarley Cooper

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Gregory Hoffman, EVP, Chief Financial Officer at Providence

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 12:13


This episode features Gregory Hoffman, EVP, Chief Financial Officer at Providence. Here, he discusses his background & current role at Providence, his focus on addressing the challenges surrounding workforce shortages, the importance of automation, and more.

John Solomon Reports
CIA's top Russia spy slams Biden for allowing Putin to control the narrative

John Solomon Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 38:01 Very Popular


Dan Hoffman, former CIA Moscow station chief, discusses President Biden feeding into the Putin's narrative of nuclear war and allowing the longtime Russian President to fearmonger. Hoffman says the does not think it will "influence Ukraine's will to fight. And we saw that the Nazis do that, you know, to the UK, and it didn't alter their will to fight either, and I think Putin knows that.” The retired spy comments that Putin is "trying to play to his own ultra-nationalist base that is wondering why this special military operation that Putin claimed would would topple Kyiv's government in days hasn't succeeded.” Hoffman says that Putin is using an idea called "historical placement, meaning, when you look at a leader, for example, George Herbert Walker Bush fought in the Second World War and looked at Saddam's invasion of Kuwait, in terms of that war and said, we're not going to appease Saddam, just as you know, we failed when we appeased Hitler. And in the case of President Biden, Putin looked at Biden said, here's a guy who was just about 20 years old during the Cuban Missile Crisis. I'm going to play on the President's fear of what President Biden has said, World War Three Armageddon, that's giving Putin kind of adding throwaway to Putin's rhetorical brinkmanship.” Hoffman says if he were giving advice to the White House, he say "please, Mr. President, message discipline, don't do that, talk about it privately, but don't act like this is something you're concerned about publicly, because you're gonna give Vladimir Putin what he wants and we just need to tell the Russians that if they would have launched a tactical nuclear weapon, we would respond forcefully, that's Article Five, using a nuclear weapon on European soil. But we don't need to, to kind of subject ourselves to the fear mongering, you know, that Putin is, is trying to impose upon us."See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.