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Best podcasts about Homage

Latest podcast episodes about Homage

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 3264: Hockney’s iPad Impressionism

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 3:50


Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
WWE Survivor Series Review - The Rock Has NOT Come Back

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 89:53


Ryan and Kyle check-in to review Sunday night's divisive WWE Survivor Series PPV event in Brooklyn. We discuss The Rock, Dwayne Johnson, not showing up on the show despite WWE leaning heavily into that direction by building the event around his 25th anniversary with the company, Roman Reigns vs. Big E, Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch, and much more. For the best WWE retro t-shirts, check out our friends at Homage! https://homa.ge/TopRope Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a quarterly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Chris Salcedo Show
Chris Salcedo: Homage To Thanksgiving And Rush Limbaugh

The Chris Salcedo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 15:49


Rush Limbaugh is such an icon and his loss is still deeply felt. In light of the Left's attack on Thanksgiving, Chris thought it would be good to remind us of the true origins of Thanksgiving. Chris reads Rush's thoughts on Thanksgiving on NewsTalk 820 WBAP ... (Photo Courtesy of WFAA) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
Our AEW Full Gear Live Experience (and Review)

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 82:03


Ryan and Justin attended AEW Full Gear live this past Saturday night in Minneapolis at the Target Center (as well as Rampage the night before in the same venue). The two of them give their account of the show from the audience in-person, while Kyle compares this to what he noticed watching live on television. It's our AEW Full Gear review! For the best WWE retro t-shirts, check out our friends at Homage! https://homa.ge/TopRope Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a quarterly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Malt Couture
Batch 176: Eat This Turkey Leg!

Malt Couture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 118:26


Behold! The most immersive experience in all of beer! Augmented Reality brought to you buy Coors! Eat this turkey leg! In the Beer News, Stone closes down shop in Napa amid rent disputes and Idaho's bourbon shitlords have the fate of their secondary industry left in the hands of the Idaho State Liquor Division. Lager powerhouses, Wayfinder, Bierstadt, and Heater Allen, combine forces to collab on an amber lager. Then the Bottleshare gets canned with offerings from Elder Pine, Oxbow, and Homage. Thanks to Pelican Brewing Company for sponsoring this episode! Celebrating 25 years of amazing beers! Visit PelicanBrewing.com and follow them on Instagram @PelicanBrewing! Head to our Patreon for weekly exclusive content! Patreon.com/DontDrinkBeer Get the Malt Couture Officially Licensed T-shirt! TeeSpring.com/MaltCoutureOfficialShirt DontDrinkBeer.com Instagram.com/DontDrinkBeers Instagram.com/MaltCoutureDDB Twitter.com/DontDrinkBeer

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
WWE Has Failed Bianca Belair, Mailbag (WWF, AEW, WCW, More)

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 95:15


It's a jam-packed show this week with the TRN crew covering a multitude of topics. We talk about how Bianca Belair has been put in unwinnable situations by WWE, the 2022 WWE PPV calendar, plus a massive mailbeg segment with questions on Classic WWF, the Attitude Era, WCW, AEW, the Survivor Series concept, and a lot more. For the best WWE retro t-shirts, check out our friends at Homage! https://homa.ge/TopRope Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a monthly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
WCW Halloween Havoc's Best Matches and Greatest Moments

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 86:01


With WWE NXT scheduled to bring back Halloween Havoc once again this week, we look back at some of the greatest matches and moments from the original events. We examine the full history of NWA/WCW Halloween Havoc from 1989-2000, and what we ended up with here is one of our favorite historical podcasts that we have ever done. Note: This show was originally released in October 2020 (Ep. 180) and is presented once again here as a bonus this week. For the best WWE retro t-shirts, check out our friends at Homage! https://homa.ge/TopRope Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a monthly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Andrew Scheps Talks to Awesome People
ATTAP EP 51 - Homage to Al Schmitt

Andrew Scheps Talks to Awesome People

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 116:57


In this episode of ATTAP some of Al Schmitt's closest friends come together to remember one of the greatest engineers, but more importantly one of the greatest men any of us will ever know.

Writers and Company from CBC Radio
Mia Hansen-Love's new movie, Bergman Island, is an intimate homage to the great Swedish director

Writers and Company from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 55:17


The French writer and director talks to Eleanor Wachtel about her latest work, which centres on a couple, both filmmakers, who retreat to Faro island in the Baltic Sea to find inspiration in the place where the legendary Swedish director Ingmar Bergman shot his most celebrated films.

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
WWE Crown Jewel Review (with Liam O'Rourke)

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 101:46


Kyle is joined on the pod by award winning author and good friend of the show Liam O'Rourke to review Thursday's WWE Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia. Seth Rollins vs. Edge. Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns. King Xavier Woods. Queen's Crown winner Zelina Vega. It's all covered here, only the way that Top Rope Nation can. For the best WWE retro t-shirts, check out our friends at Homage! https://homa.ge/TopRope Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a monthly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
WWE King of the Ring's Troubled History

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 90:31


With WWE King of the Ring (and Queen's Crown) happening right now, we decided to look back at the history of the tournament. A history full of some big misses (and a few hits, too). We look at the King of the Ring as it began (house show events), then cover the PPV shows, and look at the television-centric tournaments of recent years. In the end, we're left debating which ones worked, as well as why the majority of the King of the Ring tournaments were a failure. For the best WWE retro t-shirts, including the King of the Ring shirt Ryan was wearing on the podcast, check out our friends at Homage! https://homa.ge/TopRope Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a monthly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Turnbuckle Tavern
The Turnbuckle Sessions #18 - Historical Homage w/Mike Belcaster

The Turnbuckle Tavern

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 37:12


Today is the first part in the new Historical Homage series as part of The Turnbuckle Sessions.  Mike Belcaster and TheOGFigKid will sit down and look back at classic matches, moments and storylines.  This week we focus on Tito Santana vs Greg Valentine inside a Steel Cage for the Intercontinental Title along with Ric Flair vs. Rick Steamboat from WrestleWar 1989!  Come revisit history with us or check these matches out for the first time!   https://www.youtube.com/c/TheTurnbuckleTavern SUBSCRIBE and TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS because there will be FREQUENT FREE GIVEAWAYS! ------------------------------------- Tom's Social Media: https://twitter.com/TheOGFigKid​​​​ https://www.instagram.com/theogfigkid ------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE to the TURNBUCKLE TAVERN PODCAST! APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/2dkpNDZ... TURNBUCKLE TAVERN's Social Media: https://twitter.com/TbuckleTavern​​​​ https://www.instagram.com/turnbucklet... BUY a Turnbuckle Tavern T-Shirt! https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/tavern ---------------------------------------- POD FOUNDATION's social media: https://www.instagram.com/podfoundation​ https://twitter.com/podfoundation​​​

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Hangman Cometh | AEW Dynamite Anniversary Review (10/6/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 44:48


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's AEW Dynamite Anniversary   Support PWunlimited by using our link when https://bit.ly/3AaAOwf shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase.   ____________ **Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!**  teepublic.com/pwunlimited   SUBSCRIBE On YouTube: pwunlimited.co/youtube Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited   Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd   Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

Johnny Dare Morning Show
"This is an homage to everything I loved growing up." Tobias Forge and Ghost are BACK with a new single and tour!!

Johnny Dare Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 18:38


Hailing from Linköping, Sweden, Ghost is, without a doubt, the most theatrical band on the road today. And their live show, their music, their image, is all carefully crafted by one man...frontman Tobias Forge. And while the band is preparing to head out on a massive tour with Volbeat, they're also featured on the soundtrack of the upcoming Halloween Kills soundtrack with the new single "Hunter's Moon" We caught up with Tobias this morning to find out about the tour, how they ended up on the soundtrack and more!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Introversion
Introversion 48.0: Norm Macdonald

Introversion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 56:44


As I mentioned in this episode... here are a few Norm Macdonald interviews and videos worth checking out... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tm4uFLF9eI  (Norm Macdonald philosophizing on life) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82Zf-uYQ8kw  (Steven Crowder's tribute to Norm Macdonald) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEYu-7BkNDM (Bob Saget's "Remembering Norm") 

From the Top
12-year-old's Homage to European Folk Music

From the Top

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 7:24


In 2001, 12-year-old composer Sebastian Chang shared his brilliant music with us. Twenty years later, his compositions are now performed by orchestras around the world. Hear Sebastian's early days as a composer as part of our new short-form series of amazing FTT moments from the archives.

From The Top
12-year-old's Homage to European Folk Music

From The Top

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 7:24


In 2001, 12-year-old composer Sebastian Chang shared his brilliant music with us. Twenty years later, his compositions are now performed by orchestras around the world. Hear Sebastian's early days as a composer as part of our new short-form series of amazing FTT moments from the archives.

Riding Shotgun with Norm and Jim
EP 72 Jack Is Back!

Riding Shotgun with Norm and Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 101:41


Episode 72 begins with the return of legendary story teller Jack Horan, we cover the greats to wear #72, The Ryder Cup and Jack attending the Ryder Cup, Manning Bros, College Football, Eagles, Phillies, Phanatic story, Big Daddy, LuLu, Homage to Fred and Bobby, Would You Rather, and Mount Rushmore of Top Sporting events.

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AEW Dynamite Grand Slam Review (9/22/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 43:59


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's AEW Dynamite Grand Slam event   Support PWunlimited by using our link when https://bit.ly/3AaAOwf shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase.  Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 07:21 - Dynamite Review 34:04 - Polls/Texts/Outro --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

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Breakout Breakker | WWE NXT Review (9/21/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 50:37


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's NXT   Support PWunlimited by using our link when pwunlimited.co/homage shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase.  Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 07:33 - NXT Review 43:55 - Polls/Texts/Outro --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

The Thirty20Eight: Disney History & Disney Listory
3028 #OneNinetySeven - Disney Attraction Homage'ology

The Thirty20Eight: Disney History & Disney Listory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 67:04


Thank you for listening to the 3028, a show about Disney history and Disney listory. This week, Matt and Kevin look through attractions that reference past attractions in Disney theme parks. Easter eggs - homages - callbacks. They're all here! Probably. Enjoy!

Impact Real Estate Investing
Homage to Sutro Baths.

Impact Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 26:38


Anne Nickel Cannady was born and raised in Minnesota, but has lived an international life. Over the past 20 years she has worked in brand strategy, culture, innovation and immersive experience design with start-ups and leading brands that include Starbucks, Avalon Bay, Choice Hotels, Royal Caribbean and Honda, to name just a few. Anne is now challenging herself with a project that brings all her skills to play … and more. The plan is ambitious – a social community bath house in the heart of San Francisco. The building is ambitious – the transformation of an historic warehouse into a biophilic wonderland.  If you'd like to join me in my quest to rethink real estate, there are two simple things you can do. Share this podcast or go to Patreon.com/rethinkrealestate to learn about special opportunities for my friends and followers and subscribe if you can.

Femmes d'art
Épisode #46 - Anni et Josef Albers, par Julia Garimorth

Femmes d'art

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 44:47


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Goldie 2.0 | WWE NXT Review (9/14/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 44:25


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's NXT   Support PWunlimited by using our link when pwunlimited.co/homage shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase.  Timestamps 00:00:00 - Intro 00:04:58 - NXT Review 00:39:02 - Polls/Texts/Outro --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

Audio Poem of the Day
Homage: Vallejo

Audio Poem of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 1:08


By Ishion Hutchinson

Pushin' Thru
Hall of Fame Homage and Managing Expectations in the NBA

Pushin' Thru

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 61:01


BJ Armstrong and Tate Frazier pay their respects to the 2021 Basketball Hall of Fame class including BJ's old teammate Toni Kuckoc. Then, the duo discusses the Hornets handling expectations and Shaq's comments on Ben Simmons.

Book Public
'Martita, I Remember You/Martita, Te Recuerdo': Sandra Cisneros' Homage to the Forever Friendships Of Youth

Book Public

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 40:47


In Sandra Cisneros' latest book, Corina is living her life in Chicago when she finds a letter she'd long forgotten. This and other ephemera of bygone days when she was young, single and following her dreams to become a writer in Paris lead Corina to respond to her friend Martita through this epistolary work.

Jas Jewels
Homage for Yata

Jas Jewels

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 8:18


This episode pays homage to one of my first and close friends Mrs. Kinyata Jackson

Pod Chef - The Official Top Chef Podcast
HILF - Homage I‘d Like to Film

Pod Chef - The Official Top Chef Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 65:44


Celebrate Labor Day the Pod Chef way (by listening to Pod Chef? I don't know)! This week your THREE BEST FRIENDS watched Top Chef Season 3, Episode 9 - "Guilty Pleasures" (another boring title). We got a new scene from Tom's Top Chef movie, we heard about Reaves' trip to Hawaii (involving toe talk for the feet freaks!), chat about AR's hot dog party, and you better believe we're talkin monkeys again! All this and maybe a little more in the back ON THIS WEEK'S POD CHEF!  AR - Hot Dog Party - https://youtu.be/3aaNfUW-4Zs ----more---- Subscribe for new episodes every Monday. Rate us 5 stars and let us know what you had for dinner last night in the review! This episode was edited by Bryan Jackson. The Pod Chef theme song was produced and performed by Jeff Ray.  Pod Chef Links Follow us on Instagram - @podchefpodcast @bjacksoninaction @hell0newman Follow along with our Top Chef Fantasy game - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wlNt9mYe9mVn1Gjysd9V4eBKcU6QE0hOSLRIAIzV4Uk/edit?usp=sharing For more music from Jeff Ray who produced our theme, check out his IG - https://www.instagram.com/pifftannen/

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More Gang Warz | AEW Dynamite Review (9/1/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 60:21


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's AEW Dynamite   Support PWunlimited by using our link when https://bit.ly/3AaAOwf shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase.  __________ Timestamps: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:07:12 - Dynamite Review 00:51:44 - Fans Questions & Outro --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

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MSK Aid The Blackheart | WWE NXT Review (8/31/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 41:07


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's NXT   Support PWunlimited by using our link when pwunlimited.co/homage shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase.   ____ Timestamps 00:00:00 - Intro 00:06:05 - NXT Review 00:37:11 - Polls/Text/Outro --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

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His Star Is On The Rise | Monday Night RAW Review (8/30/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 44:54


Join us now as we break down tonight's RAW   Support PWunlimited by using our link pwunlimited.co/homage when shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase.   Timestamps: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:07:26 - Raw Review 00:39:14 - Listener Thoughts/Questions _____  **Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!**  teepublic.com/pwunlimited   SUBSCRIBE Here On YouTube   Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited   Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd   Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/   --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

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Balor Want What's Owed To Him | WWE Friday Night Smackdown Review (8/27/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 38:14


Join us as we break down tonight on Smackdown   Support PWunlimited by using our link when https://bit.ly/3AaAOwf shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase. __________ Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 03:28 - Smackdown Review 31:16 - Polls, Texts, Outro --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio
#100: EPISODE 100! Homage to the Ladies Lounge.

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 75:34


Join us this week in the Ladies' Lounge for an all-hands-on-deck 100th Episode Extravaganza! Rachel gets the party started with a five-question “Trivia Challenge” covering the past, present, and future of restroom ladies' lounges. She's followed by Erin, who reveals her “Recipe Card” for a hospitable and well-equipped ladies' lounge, and Sarah, who offers a pandemic-perfect “Hymn Sing” list of one-stanza hymns for proper handwashing, with demos sung by mission and ministry children. Closing out the festivities is Bri, who belts out a “Wild Card” smorgasbord of favorite moments from the show's first 100 episodes in a hand-clapping, thigh-slapping musical tribute.  Links referenced include: "The Rise and Fall of the Women's Restroom Lounge" (Bloomberg City Lab) "Ladies Rest Room" (Wikipedia) Homemade Poopourri Recipe (Happy Money Saver) Many thanks to our one-stanza-hymn singers: "Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow" (LSB 805. Text and tune public domain.): The kids from the Donuts and Devos Podcast "Kyrie! God, Father in Heav'n Above" (LSB 942. Text © 1941 Concordia Publishing House. Used with permission. Tune public domain.): Elanor Bomberger "Our Father Who Art in Heaven — I" (LSB 957. Text and tune public domain.): The Krey Family, serving in the Dominican Republic "God Word Is Our Great Heritage" (LSB 582. Text and tune public domain.): Sarah Gulseth "On My Heart Imprint Your Image" (LSB 422. Text and tune public domain.): The Ladies' Lounge hosts, plus the Krey Family, serving in the Dominican Republic "Create in Me" (LSB 956. Text and tune public domain.): The kids from the Donuts and Devos Podcast Connect with the Lutheran Ladies on social media in The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge Facebook discussion group (facebook.com/groups/LutheranLadiesLounge). Follow us on Instagram @lutheranladieslounge, and also follow Sarah (@hymnnerd), Rachel (@rachbomberger), Erin (@erinaltered), and Bri (@grrrzevske).

The Analyst Inside Cricket
Joe Root's homage to Ted Dexter

The Analyst Inside Cricket

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 24:22


Simon Hughes and Simon Mann lament the passing of England legend Ted Dexter but agree he would have approved of Joe Root's performance See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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AEW Dynamite Review (8/25/21)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 47:39


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's AEW DYnamite Support PWunlimited by using our link pwunlimited.co/homage when shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase. _________ Timestamps: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:04:45 - Dynamite Review 00:42:12 - Fans Questions & Outro _________ Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!: teepublic.com/pwunlimited SUBSCRIBE On YouTube: youtube.com/prowrestlingunlimited Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

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Lopez del Fantasma | WWE NXT Review (8/23/21)

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 36:42


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's NXT Support PWunlimited by using our link pwunlimited.co/homage when shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase. Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!: teepublic.com/pwunlimited SUBSCRIBE On YouTube: youtube.com/prowrestlingunlimited Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

Handle with Care:  Empathy at Work
To See It, Be It: an interview with Max Yoder

Handle with Care: Empathy at Work

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 57:12


- Max Yoder That divine middle is emotional liberation, where I can be compassionate and show compassion to an individual. But I do not need to carry whatever it is that they are feeling, right, not my responsibility to. And the thing about the thing that I think this is so important for me in my life is I think this was my biggest blocker, my biggest blocker to grow like something that I may have gone through my whole life and never addressed if it were not for something like Lessonly.   INTRO   When companies and individuals think about skilling-up in empathy and compassion, there are common questions that arise.  How can I take on the feelings of others without being crushed by them?  What do good boundaries look like?  How am I ever going to keep my people accountable to their actual work if I start being all touchy-feely with the.    My guest today touches on all of these questions and more.  There are many reasons why you should take the time to listen to Max Yoder:  he is erudite, well-read (see all of the books and authors he noted in the show notes), and he really cares about people.    He is also the co-founder of the continually growing learning platform, Lessonly.  Just last week, Lessonly made headlines in the tech world when they were acquired by Seismic.  And the last few years has been a series of success stories for the company.    Max is much more than an executive and a thinker, he is also a crafter of Lego art.    - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Is there anything that you found yourself giving time to in the pandemic, whether that's like a new pursuit or a hobby that you have particularly enjoyed?   - Max Yoder Yeah. I've given myself a lot more time to make art, and I tend to make art with Legos. I really appreciate this man named Joseph Albers, who was a teacher at Black Mountain College, right. During World War two, post World War II. And he created this series of things called Homage to a Square. And he really like color theory. So he would put basically squares inside one another. And he did about two0 of these over a series of 20 years, I think from his 60s to his 80s, if I recall correctly, so hugely inspired by somebody doing 2001 thing from their 60 to their 80s.   - Max Yoder And these squares, like I said, they're color theory. So he was trying different colors, and he said when I put a blue in the middle and I surround it with a red, that blue takes on a different cue, then it visually looks different than if I surround it with a lighter blue. Like what we put around to color changes the way we perceived that color.   - Max Yoder So during COVID, I started doing all of these squares, and they were these really great free flow activity where I could get a 16 by 16 Lego square.   - Max Yoder And I would create my own version of Joseph Albers Homage to a Square, all these different colors, and I have them all around my attic now. And it was just one of those things that I could do without thinking I sift through the Legos, I'd find the right color. I'd build these squares. It was not taxing, but it was rewarding.   - Max Yoder And so I think in general, what I learned to do during COVID was play and not have a goal. And in one way of doing that with art and just really, truly understand what playing is, because I think I spent a lot of my adult life and I think a lot of my adolescent life achieving instead of playing, and I think you can do both at the same time.   - Max Yoder But I don't think I was doing both. I think mostly achieving I love that.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Well, especially with the relentless pace of work in general, but especially accelerated as a result of the pandemic to actually have spaces of purposeful rest, whether that's like actual physical rest of sleeping or encompassing it with the mental release of play is something that I hear again and again as I work with different individuals, even as being really life giving. Yeah. I love that   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes You also have welcomed, I think, a new little person into your home in the midst of the pandemic you find that that has having a child in the home has unleashed some different capacities in you as well?   - Max Yoder Oh, yeah. So my daughter Marnie, she's eleven months old yesterday and eleven months.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Happy eleven months, Marnie.   - Max Yoder Yeah, pretty special. Full name is Marina. When she was born, we didn't know she was gonna be a boy or a girl. She came out of my wife, and we had three names for girls, picked out three names for boys. Marina was the one that was clearly the winner. And then basically, as soon after that, we just started calling her money. So she came home and just changed our lives there's. Covid before Marnie and this COVID after Marnie and COVID after Marnie is excellent. You know, I think COVID before Marnie was really tough for a whole host of reasons, but when Marnie came, she brought this new life to our house, like literal new life.   - Max Yoder Right. And then just this vitality to just and I of seeing the world differently and being a dad and watching my wife be a mom. And now being a husband to a mother, like all these things are life changing. And I'm 33 years old this year, and I just sent myself shifting from this achievement mentality to more kind of focusing on now, what do I care about? Why do I care about it? And am I doing the things that I care about? And my family is something that I care about?   - Max Yoder Music is something that I care about reading or things that I care about. And the difference between that and achievement and Carl, you the psychiatrist, help me figure this all out is I'm not doing them to impress anybody or to get anybody's. Applause I'm doing them because I care about them. And if somebody doesn't care about them, that's okay by me. And somebody does care about them. That's okay by me. But I'm not doing it for anybody else. Right?   - Max Yoder And being with my daughter is just something that is really important to me because she just wants me to be there with her.   - Max Yoder She doesn't even need me to do anything. She just needs me to be watching her spending time with her. And it's just been really cool to over eleven months. Jess, who's a very calm woman, nurture Marni and love on Many. I think I call myself in a big way in front of Many. Many got her grandpa and her grandma, and then we have a woman named Gabs, who is a friend of ours and the caretaker of Mary three days a week. And all these people just are very calm personalities.   - Max Yoder And Marni has just been wrapped around with so much love and kind of calmness. And what I imagine is going to come from that is what has come from that, which she's very adventurous, like, she's not scared. She's vibrant, and I just feel really lucky because it's not that parents don't want to give that to their kids, right? I think it's just sometimes we just don't have the resources, don't have the time, we're overstressed, and we're in a fortunate position where that's not the case. And it is highly rewarding to see my daughter be that's exploring, creative, laughing kid.   - Max Yoder And I want that for everybody because it's a real gift. I.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Love that enjoyment of just her presence and watching her flourishing.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes And something that you said kind of, like, particularly caught my attention, that I'm not thinking primarily of what I'm doing for her. I'm just being with her. I'm paying attention and the power of presence, which is its own segue into some of what we want to talk about today, which is empathy and connection in the workplace, because although it's not like a paternal relationship with those that you work with, I think there's this deeply human need to be seen and acknowledge, and I'd like to kick it off.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I know you're a leader that values cultivating this in your workplace. What is a personal story for you about why empathy and human connection really matter specifically in the workplace?   - Max Yoder Yeah. I think empathy allows me to feel as somebody, so it allows me to kind of sit in their shoes and do my best approximation of what's stressing them or what's bringing them joy, like, empathizing with their situation. And I think that's incredibly important to a certain degree. I think the place where I get the most juice is being compassionate. And I think I've learned to recognize feeling sympathy for somebody, understanding that they are going through pain, but not carrying that pain as my owner running those same circuits myself.   - Max Yoder This is something that Robert Sapolsky to a gentleman from Stanford has helped me understand. If I sit there and run the circuits all day long that somebody else is running and I get stressed with them, I wear myself out, but I can be compassionate and sympathetic to an individual. Like, if they're hurting, I can acknowledge that they're hurting, but I don't need to run the same circuits.   - Max Yoder So I think it's really important to be empathetic because it gives me a chance to kind of sit in something and understand. Oh, yeah, that does not feel good. But I can't run that circuit too much because I'll wear myself out. But I can run the compassion circuit a lot longer where I can see if somebody's in pain, even if they're yelling at me or they're frustrated with something that, you know, life is tough there in a difficult situation that you might describe as suffering. I might describe a suffering.   - Max Yoder And to be a calm presence in the face of that is a gift in and of itself. I might not have to do anything more than that. Then just be calm in front of them, not diminish or dilute. What they're saying also enhance what they're saying. Just be there as a calm presence that listen. And who does that take me? Has that taken me a long time to learn?   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Can you give me an example? What has that looked like for you and your leadership over the last year and a half?   - Max Yoder Yeah. I think we can. I go back longer than that because I think the Lessonly journey is nine years long to date, July 12 today. And I noticed that as we hired more and more people, we hit 17 people, and then we hit 25 people and then hit 50 people, that there was always more feelings coming into the business. Right. A woman named Jill Bolte Taylor, a friend and somebody who I love says we are feeling creatures who think, not thinking, creatures who feel feeling, creatures who think.   - Max Yoder So we are a lot of feelings, right. We are very emotional. And for most of my life, I believe that was responsible for people's feelings. And I believed that I was responsible also for their judgments, which kind of two sides of the same coin. I just feeling responsible for two things that are not my responsibility. Right. Feelings and judgments of other folks. So I would try to carry those feelings as my own, and I would kind of assume those judgments as fact and they crushed me.   - Max Yoder So I'm going to focus on the feelings part today, as opposed to the judgments or for this moment, on the feelings part.   - Max Yoder There was a lot of feelings in the business, and every time we hired a new person, just more and more feelings, and we got to 50 people, and I couldn't take it anymore. I was probably a long pass being able to take it anymore. I was stressed, self medicating, trying to keep up with all the feelings. And it wasn't working because the frantic folks around me, if they were feeling frantic, I was becoming frantic myself, and that's just not what people need.   - Max Yoder So I was fortunate enough. One of my teammates, who her name was Casey Combo. At the time, she's since married, she gave me a book called Non Violent Communication, not because she knew I was struggling with this, but because she knew I was looking for different methods for clear communication that was not aggressive, that was not argumentative, but was clear and compassionate. And in this book, Marshall Rosenberg writes about emotional slavery, which was exactly what I was. I was an emotional slave. I believe other people's feelings my responsibility.   - Max Yoder And then he writes about emotional liberation. And he talks about these stages, the first stage, being emotional slavery of I assume your feelings as my own and my responsibility, and I carry them, and I get tired and you get tired. He says that a lot of times when people do that for so long, they might move into the next stage, which is basically disavowing other people's feelings. And right, about 50 people. That's really the only thing I knew how to do at that point. I was like, I can't carry all these feelings, so I'm just going to say no to all of them.   - Max Yoder We hired Megan Jarvis at that point or head of the yeah, wonderful. Right. And I was like, hey, Megan, I'm so glad you're here. I need you to take the ceilings, like, I just need to go high. But, like, that was so not fun for me, because being with people is why I like my job, you know? So hiding from the feelings, man, I wasn't going to like my job, so it was just not going to work. So depending on my energy levels, I'd either carry people's feelings or I would hide.   - Max Yoder And Marshall Rosenberg showed me that there's a third way. So those are two extremes right side of turning feelings all the way down to I don't care at all. So turning it down to 0% or turning it all the way up to a 100% care about everybody's feelings. And he makes it clear that there's this divine middle and that divine middle is emotional liberation, where I can be compassionate and show compassion to an individual. But I do not need to carry whatever it is that they are feeling, right, not my responsibility to.   - Max Yoder And the thing about the thing that I think this is so important for me in my life is I think this was my biggest blocker, my biggest blocker to grow like something that I may have gone through my whole life and never addressed if it were not for something like Lessonly. Lessonly is this thing that's bigger than me, and it needed me. It was either going to crush me if I didn't figure this out, or I need to figure this out to keep my job. I wasn't going to be able to do my job if I didn't figure this out.   - Max Yoder And so this bigger thing than me forced me to figure this out. And Marshall Rosenberg game is a blueprint of emotional liberation, and that's what I began to practice. And I don't know if I'm never going to be the same because of that.   - Max Yoder In a really, really healthy way. I don't feel responsible for other people's feelings anymore. I feel responsible for my feelings and kind of making sure that I take care of myself. I are responsible for my intent behind my behavior. I'm responsible for my behavior.   - Max Yoder I consider myself responsible for those things. Doesn't mean I consider you responsible for yours. I just telling you, I consider my response for those things. And so that's what I focus on.   - Max Yoder And the reason I bring that up is in the journey of lesson. Like, there's been nothing more important to me than this.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I'm struck in finding that third way that you needed to develop a skill set of perhaps encountering the emotion. And I don't know if discharging is the right word, but even, like, energetically being able to release your feelings of responsibility, what what did that look like?   - Max Yoder Thanks for asking that. I mean, very clumsy at first. Right. Like, understanding something intellectually does not mean that I can do it. Well, I have to practice it again and again and again, which is a whole other topic we should discuss of. Just like, intellectual understanding is not knowing. Knowing is doing. You cannot know something without having done it is otherwise it's intellectual understanding. So I had to practice a heck of a lot and remind myself that when somebody came to me and brought something, it was always coming through the lens of their own experiences.   - Max Yoder And it was never simply about the thing that had happened. They were also bringing to me whatever else was going on in our life, because we can't separate that. We can't separate, like if we're having an emotionally charged home life and something happens at work, and it is like the straw that breaks the camel's back. What I hear from that person is just the work thing, right? What I don't see is all the stuff underneath the water that is happening. That is not my business, but it's always there, right?   - Max Yoder And when I would make a decision network Edwin Friedman, who wrote this book called The Failure of Nerve, he really helped me with this. He helped me understand that I'm always in a relational triangle with each person. And this was a big breakthrough for me. This is like something that intellectually, really helped me break through in terms of my practice, which was when somebody comes to me, there's always a third thing in the room, and that is a prior issue that they might be bringing, or I might be bringing or another person that they might be bringing to the conversation where I might be bringing.   - Max Yoder So to make it clear, like, Liesel, you and I are engaging right now, and we need shortcuts to kind of understand how to behave with one another. So we might filter through other people that we know that remind us of one another. And so when I meet people like Liesel, which this is just a brain by a shortcut, these things you'll come to mind. And in your case, I get a lot of warmth from you. But let's say I reminded you of somebody who really rub you the wrong way in the past.   - Max Yoder You might engage with me through the lens of that person. It's not just about me and you directly. It's a third thing that everything goes through and that's happening all the time everywhere. We're not directly relating to one another, relating through our past experiences and the people that we've known in the past. That helped me a lot, because when somebody would come to me and be really fired up about something that I thought was disproportionate to what it just happened, it helped me understand why that might be.   - Max Yoder There might have been a past issue, that this was emotional wound that was being poked at. It was not my responsibility, right? But I can sit there and be attached into the person. And maybe they don't understand that here, bringing that to the table. But I can have a sense like, this is not just about me and this person and this thing that's happening, they're filtering through their life. Right? And so when I realized that through Edwin Freeman, I realized it almost gave me permission to not carry things, because people are always bringing more to me than was between me and them.   - Max Yoder And I'm always bringing more to people that is between me and them. So I don't want them to carry my stuff. And I don't want to carry theirs. Does that help, or does that make sense?   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah. That understanding. Did you find yourself needing? Some people engage in breathing exercises or they find themselves even to physically move as you are growing in this practice, there were things that you were like reading that were helping contextualize it. Were there other things that you like, embodied practices that were really helping.   - Max Yoder Oh, yeah. Getting sleep sober, sleep hugely helpful. Like, I can show up and be calm in a conversation in a much richer way if I do not drink booze before bed. And I don't mean, like, I mean any amount of booze. And this is a rule that I break a lot for myself, which is like even a glass of wine at 05:00 p.m. Or 06:00 p.m.. It affects my sleep. So if I really want to be the best version of me, I say no, and I sleep better.   - Max Yoder And it's just a fact of the matter. I am much less agitated. I am much calmer. So doing my pre work of getting exercise, eating well, sleeping well. And all those things are intertwined, what I eat and how I exercise to fix my sleep. So that matters to me a lot of just kind of taking care of myself and controlling the variables I can control. And then in that moment, if somebody's losing, they're cool in front of me or I'm losing my cool in front of them.   - Max Yoder And my therapist, Terry Daniel, says it can help basically coach me. It can help to put your hand on your stomach, like, on your skin. And it can be a safer thing to do when we're not physically in the room together. Like, let's say I'm having a different conversation over the phone, like, happening a lot over COVID. And just that skin to skin connection with myself can be very helpful. Breathing. Breathing deeply when I'm with somebody can be very helpful. Breathing and showing them slow my breath down can even be coming to them.   - Max Yoder So, yeah, there's physical things that I can do in that moment. And I hope it's very clear that I'm not suggesting that I nail this every time. Right. These are just tools that I have to do this a little bit better every day.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah. I think that's helpful. As you were beginning, you talked about this inflection point at 50 employees where you started giving more attention to the particular presence that you were bringing. What did you start to notice? Did you notice the difference in people's receptivity to you and the sorts of things they were saying back to you as you grew in this practice?   - Max Yoder Yeah. Here's one thing that comes to mind that I noticed is I noticed I didn't have to solve anybody's problems for them. And I used to think I had to, like, I used to think I had to come up with solutions. And more than anything, now, I can be with somebody ask them questions and ask them questions and do active listening. So, like, one of the things I learned through motivational interviewing is if somebody's telling me something instead of asking a question, saying something like, so maybe somebody comes to me and says they haven't responded to me three times.   - Max Yoder You're frustrated might be the way I summarize where I think that person is at based on what they just told me. And then they had to go, Well, not really frustrated, just a little bit irritated. Or they go, yeah, I'm totally frustrated, and they keep talking. And when I'm getting them to do with this verbally process, and I'm only doing that because when they verbally process this stuff, they come up with answers a lot better. Right. But if I'm talking the whole time, it's tough for them to find answers.   - Max Yoder So when I reflect what I'm hearing with a statement, it gives them a chance to keep talking so that they can kind of maybe all I have to do is just get it out. Right. Not keep it in, just say it to somebody. Some days that's all that happened, and two or three days go by and they call me and they say, I think I figured out what to do. Thanks for listening the other day, it just is it. And I'm somebody who wants to solve a problem.   - Max Yoder Right. But in fact, sometimes I'm doing somebody a major disservice by even if I got the answer right on the off chance I get the answer right. With the limited information I have sometimes saying, hey, maybe here's what you should do is a complete disservice to that individual, because me giving it to them might make them more likely to actually not pick it up and do it. But if I were to just a little calmer and let them give you that conclusion themselves, it's so much more powerful if they thought of it.   - Max Yoder Right. Like, you don't want to be told to do things. So sometimes even if it's the right call, we might do the opposite of what I've just been told because we got told to do it. But if somebody can figure it out themselves, that's the most powerful.   - Max Yoder That's the most powerful recipe, even if it's exactly the same thing I would have said. Right. And most of the time, of course, I don't have the answer. But I guess my point is sometimes even giving somebody the answer unless they're asking me for it.   - Max Yoder Right. Unless they're saying Max, I really want your feedback here, which is a whole different prompt. Right. But if they're not asking for it and give it a I can do a major disservice in that process.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah. I think that's such a good word, because I think especially as people get, we oftentimes promote people on their capacity to solve problems. It's a really valuable skill set to organizational growth and leadership. In my work, I call it the predisposition to be in a Fix-It, Frank.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes And what I heard and what you said is also a comfortability with a slightly extended time horizon. I think as I verbally process something that I see in the leaders that I work with, is there this imperative of like, well, we need to get it figured out now. We need to get it figured out in the moment. And I've got insights and I've got a history, and so I'll give it to you, and then you'll be happy. And how that short circuiting of the process, it can be a move of not believing that there's enough time to let somebody come to their own conclusion or not believing that they have the capacity of do so.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes So I've just got to give it to you in this moment.   - Max Yoder Right.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes And the cost that can be associated with doing that, I think he spoke really eloquently to.   - Max Yoder Well, thank you for hearing me out, because I think that's taking me a long time. Like, what I saw is the people who I would go to therapy with were very reluctant to give answers. So they were modeling for me, and I'd ask them why, and they teach me. And I don't consider myself a therapist. Right. But these people I do consider they are therapists. They're professinally, trained and in some cases, done it for 40 years. That's a long time. And there's a lot of mistakes being made in that process to their admittance, seeing them and seeing how helpful it was for me, but also knowing that there were times when I would go to that person to say I'd really like some advice.   - Max Yoder And I've opened the door at that point to hear them. And many times the advice they give me, I don't take it up with open arms. It's when that advice feels pushed, then that's when it doesn't work, right. When it feels pushed or forced. But when it's invited, that's a whole different motion.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Right. So the acknowledgment of seeing a therapist of some of the things that they have helped you with. You recently did something for your company where you interviewed your therapist to talk about boundaries. I'd like to hear about why that felt important for you to do. And what were some of the key learnings that you felt like were really important for your people,   - Max Yoder Yeah. So while I was important and what do people take away from it? I can only tell you what to away from because they haven't seen the interview yet. At the time of this conversation, we have not shown it to them yet. But I'll tell you what I hope to take away from it. But I'll start with, hey, here's why this is important. Many of my teammates asked me about boundaries just completely unprompted. They would come to me and say, hey, I'm going on a vacation. I know that you encourage us to turn all of our stuff off, to delete our email and our delete our slack from our phones, so we're not going to compulsively check them.   - Max Yoder But I don't know if I'm comfortable doing that. And for whatever reason, they were not willing to accept themselves doing that they were concerned. And that's a boundaries challenge for me. I speak openly about having engaged with people that I love who have substance use challenges. And I speak openly about having to learn about boundaries in that process where I begin and they end in where they end, and I begin. It's a very important part of understanding how to be healthy in the midst of something that is really, really challenging, which is substance use disorder, which you might co alcoholism or any number of things.   - Max Yoder Right. So I speak openly about these things. People come to me, and it's clear to me that this is not something that we get a lot of attention. And I would generally share. See, if somebody wanted something from me, I would generally share a talk by Gabor Monte called "When the body says no" was good.   - Max Yoder He's a master, and he speaks about boundaries. Basically, caregivers tend to struggle taking care of themselves, and they'll just give care and give care and give care, and they will not care for themselves. They'll be asymmetrical in the way they give care. The way that they care for somebody else is one way. And the way that her from themselves is completely opposite. Basically, like, they don't deserve any care, but everybody else deserves all the care. And he basically talks about how this just Withers people away. So all of these things combined, I know boundaries are important in my life, and my teammates come to me and say they matter.   - Max Yoder Gabor Mate gives this talk. And when I share with people, they tell me like, oh, my gosh, my brain just blew open in such an interesting way because he's so profound. So I'm thinking, hey, this is a chance for me, too. And so I asked my therapist about how does he view boundaries? And he gave this just excellent off the cuff answer. And I was like, Can I just interview you sometime about this? And so we can share this with my teammates, because exactly what you just said.   - Max Yoder So he comes in and we talk about boundaries. And I thought it was important because I just it's just not talked about in our world. Right? We think Kind is doing things for other people, kind of at any expense to ourselves. Right. Like, well, they asked for it. So I got to give it because I don't want to be a jerk.   - Max Yoder It's like that. It's not. We have to counterbalance kindness with boundaries, with assertiveness. And I just see people who do not have those tools to be assertive, and it's very stressful for them, and I ultimately think it's slowly killing them. So I think this is important. So here's what I hope people take from it. When they hear a assertiveness, I think they maybe hear aggressiveness. And Terry is very clear that you can be assertive without infringing on anybody else's energy or anybody else's motion. Like, it's not about aggression, right?   - Max Yoder Those are two different things. Assertiveness is the ability to say yes or no based on you wanting to or not wanting to. And he says it ultimately comes from a place of self acceptance. If I enter a space and I accept myself, then I can assert my needs. And asserting my needs does not mean dominating your needs, right? It just means if I'm tired, somebody comes to me and says, hey, can we do this thing today? I might say if I'd like to do it tomorrow, I just don't have the energy today.   - Max Yoder I like to do it tomorrow. And if that person is not willing to accept it, I say I understand, but I still have the energy. Can we do it tomorrow? And he's like, if you don't accept yourself, you won't even ask. You may not even ask the question of can we do it tomorrow? Because you may be coming from a place to say, I'm not good enough in order to feel good enough, I need to answer this request. But he's, like an accepting person, believes they're good enough.   - Max Yoder They don't believe that they're going to be good enough by doing the request on the demanded time. Right. They're just good enough. And so he really clarified in a big way how self acceptance is key here. And what keeps us from exerting boundaries is a fear. And each person's fear might be different. But understanding what that fear is, it might be that you feel like you're not good enough for X, Y, or Z reason might be something different, but getting down to that fear and understanding it and and working through that is the way that we get to a place where we're comfortable enough to say no, thank you and stand by it and not be worried that that person, we're going to lose that person by doing so.   - Max Yoder So there.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Well, and as I think of some of the responses and groups and surveys and the work that I do, I think there's an underlying fear for many people that if I assert this boundary, people aren't going to like me as much. They're going to think I'm lazy. And while you, as a leader, cannot, in a top down way, control people's responses to things like establishing boundaries or expressing vulnerability, that there is an element of culture creation that goes into this. How do we, as a group, you know, not always perfectly respond, but have more of a context where we, like, make the space for that.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes We make the space for it's okay to say no. We make the space for vulnerability. What are some of the ways that you have co created with some of the other leaders at Lessonly, a culture that says it's okay to do that? What are things that you have done that have moved the needle?   - Max Yoder Yeah. So if the executive team at Lessonly is unable to assert ourselves, like, if we are not assertive in a situation, if we say yes to every new thing that comes our way, we are not modeling what we need the rest of our teammates to do. So it's incredibly important that a certain boundaries in my life that the executive team set boundaries and their lives, that when it's too much, we say it's too much. That is the fundamentally most important thing we can do to make it okay for anybody else to do it.   - Max Yoder The opposite approach that does not work is the same as your boss saying, hey, I don't expect you to work on the weekends, but I'm gonna because, you know, I got a lot to do, but I don't expect you to, and that just doesn't work. You know what? People here, I better be working on the weekends, right? If your behavior is not aligned to your words, people are going to look at your behavior, right? Not your words. They're going to trust your behavior, not your words.   - Max Yoder So what I want to do is align my words to my behavior, which is to say weekends are sacred, just like winter is the season that allows for spring. And winter is a season where it looks like there's not a lot happening, but there is a lot happening. Sleep at a time when it look like there's not a lot happening, but there is a lot happening. We need weekends or it looks like there's not a lot happening, but there is a lot happening, right? This resting and recharging is incredibly important.   - Max Yoder And if I don't treat my weekends like I want to people to treat them. And then why would I believe they're going to do that? Right. I can't do anything more than that is just make the space to say like, I mean it when I say this, and I mean it because this is my behavior, and I need my executive teammates to mean it, too. And I need the managers to also mean it, too. And in some ways, that goes well in other ways. It doesn't.   - Max Yoder Right. But it's ultimately out of my hands to some degree. Right. If people are going to pick that up, if we have a chronically, chronic challenge of the teammate, it's my responsibility to have a difficult conversation with them and let them know how important their modeling is, no doubt. But ultimately they're going to make the call if they want to change their behavior or not. And it's out of my hands if I'm doing it myself.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I'm struck right now that it's a tight labor market for many people.  Lessonly is growing. You're wanting to bring more people on. Do you feel like you have seen a through line towards creating this kind of culture where rests and seasons and vulnerability is upheld and valued and the way you're able to attract and retain talent?   - Max Yoder I think we understand part of the recipe, but we exist in a system, though, that is chronically overworked and systems win. Like individuals, we've created a system a lesson that I'm really proud of. But we're also in this broader work environment, in this cultural environment of overwork. And unfortunately, those systems, if we don't kind of remove ourselves from them and do a lot of extra work, they win. The bigger system wins. The culture wins. If they didn't win, we wouldn't probably have 25% to 50% of the population reporting depressive States.   - Max Yoder Right.   - Max Yoder The culture is winning. We've optimized for economic growth, we've optimized for consumerism, we've optimized for commercialism. We haven't optimized for well being. And look what we're getting, right. We're not getting a lot of well being because the system is not in support of of that. So it's discouraging. It just is. And so we can only do so much less only to turn the tide. But it's our job to at least try. And one of the things that I find complete myself to be completely powerless to change is that there is no winter in software.   - Max Yoder There's no winter in the business world. There is no period of three months like there is for a pro athlete or for a farmer, where we work really hard and we plant and then we harvest. I'm not a farmer, so I'm not going to use all the right words, but we create a crop or mini crops. And then we have this period with winter where we take our time to rebuild. And pro athletes have their own seasoned in their off seasons. And this is wise. This is wise.   - Max Yoder I have not figured out how to recreate that in the business world. And I don't know if I ever will. It just is the system at work, right? Our customers, even if we take that time off, if we were to say less, only going to B nine months out of twelve, we're going to lose deals because there's a lot of deals because people need us for those three months, they were going to be off, right? Because they're going to be on. So, you know, it's not an excuse.   - Max Yoder It's just me saying, like, I don't know how to do it, right.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes The pressures of the prevailing system of capitalism that prioritizes growth and efficiency above all else.   - Max Yoder You said it well.   MUSICAL TRANSITION   We'll return in just a moment for the final portion of my engaging interview with Max.  But I want to take a moment to thank our sponsor, Handle with Care Consulting.  In the midst of the unrelenting stressors the last year and a half, are you giving your people what they need to stay engaged?  Empathy is key to building the sort of culture of connection that Max is talking about at Lessonly.  And the good news is, it is a skill that can be learned!  If you want help in skill-ing your people up in empathy and creating a place where people want to come to work, Handle with Care Consulting can help.  With interactive keynotes, empathy at work certificate programs, and coaching options, we can help you show care when it matters most.   MUSICAL TRANSITON   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I would love to hear about times when building connection at your workplace have felt easy for you and why you think they felt easy. And then I'm going to have to underside. What are times when building connections felt really hard for you and why you think to start with when it felt easy?   - Max Yoder Yeah. When it's all easy to build connections, when I am accepting on myself to go back to Terry Daniels lesson. I mean, it has everything to do with my my internal system being an equilibrium, you know, which is a delicate thing, right? One night of sleep and throw it off. But when I am in this place of peace with myself, I'm able to bring peace to my connections and not view myself as needing to be anything other than what I am. But when I'm not at peace with myself, I can go to a state of judgment and criticism.   - Max Yoder And if I drop a ball or miss a mark and these are judgments that I would make of myself, you mess that up, you drop this ball, you miss that Mark. Those are all judgments in their evaluator language. It can be very harsh with myself and showing up to a situation. Putting intense pressure myself does not increase my connection to the person in front of me or the room in front of me. But when I show up and just say, like, you know, I accept myself, and acceptance does not equal agreement.   - Max Yoder Like, acceptance does not mean I've got it all figured out. Therefore, I'm good. Acceptance just means I'm willing to look at my own behavior and accept it. Whether it's behavior that I can objectively say is life giving or soul sucking, I have to be able to look at it to accept myself. And once I can look at it, I might be able to make changes. But if I can't look at something, it's tough to change it. Right. So acceptance is not about saying I like everything that's going on in my life, just about saying I'm willing to look at everthing that going in my life with in an even handed way.   - Max Yoder And when I accept myself, I can show up to a room with my new teammates or my old teammates or a mixture of the two and be peaceful in front of them and talk about mistakes without feeling ashamed and talk about things that I'm proud of without feeling ashamed and and share my humanity. And if I can do that, it maybe gives another person's permission to do the same. So I think it has everything to do with my personal system, being in a good spot here and then acknowledging that my personal system is often not in a good spot to folks so that they understand, like, hey, they're not dealing with somebody who's got this figured out, right?   - Max Yoder Like day in and day out. I might have a different equilibrium, or I might have a different disequilibrium, right? It's not about coming at this from a place like I've got this oneness every day. I certainly do not do. Not at all. Right. But when I'm at peace, I can connect better. And I find that to be a really fun time in that journey towards self acceptance.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Something consistent theme that I hear from leaders is just the particular burden of other people's expectations about what it looks like to lead or manage change in a given season; as you are seeking that equilibrium and self acceptance, what about when you smack up against somebody else's? Like, judgment? I needed you to be different. I wanted you. You're not doing it the way that I would like for you to. How do you encounter those voices, real or perceived and still work to maintain well in the balance?   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Because sometimes we do need to change. Sometimes it's like, oh, that was a blind spot. I need to change. And sometimes we need to be able to have the discernment to say, like, hey, that's your stuff, not mine. How do you navigate that process?   - Max Yoder You nailed it, right? How much does this person love me? Is my first question. How well does this person know me? If it's my wife, I know she deeply loves me. And when she brings me something where she says, hey, what I got and what I needed were far apart, I'm listening. I'm not sitting there saying, hey, your expectations of me don't matter, right? I'm listening. It might not be that I agree with everything she says, right? But I'm definitely not shutting it all out either, right?   - Max Yoder She is just like me going to come at this from an emotional triangle of past wounds, but doesn't mean that there's not real meat on the boat when she's frustrated. Right now, if somebody needs something from me and I don't know them very well, and I'm skeptical that they love me or know me really at all, it's not that challenging anymore for me to just kind of let that. There's a moment at first that I go back to my old self of getting defensive or being hurt.   - Max Yoder And it's more than a moment sometimes, right? It could be an hour. It could be 2 hours. It could be 3 hours. It could be a good night sleep that needs me through it. But then I'm like, yeah, that's okay. Life is too short. So it depends on my relationship to this individual. And Brene Brown has the idea of the Square Squad, where, you know, the coal world can't be my critic, and I can't have nobody has my critic either, right? I need the people who love me, care about me.   - Max Yoder And if the Square Squad is the one inch by one inch piece of paper where I can put the names of the people who I know love me, who will tell me the truth as they see the truth, right? They're version of the truth, and I know that they're not going to willingly hurt me for fun. And those are the folks who feedback. I am a lot more. I'm a lot more discerning with. Right? But if somebody's coming out with this condemnation or an unspoken expectation and they say you didn't meet my unspoken expectation, like, that is not my problem because it's an unbroken expectation.   - Max Yoder There was no agreement there. I've got a chapter and Do Better Work, which is a book I got to write a couple of years ago that uses Steve Chandler wisdom of expectations versus agreement. Like, if we did not agree to that thing, then we have to get that agreement now and then begin to hold another accountable going forward. But if we didn't have an agreement and you're mad about not spoken expectation, like, I need you to look in the mirror and say, like, hey, we get an agreement because I don't remember the agreement now, and I can't read your mind, and we don't need to go back and litigate the path that you're frustrated about when we didn't have this agreement.   - Max Yoder Just an unspoken expectation. But we can make an agreement now. And an agreement is not you dictating at me or me dictating you. It's us going back and forth and negotiating a course of action that we say, okay, this feels good collectively. You know, that is a relationship. When we do that, the other thing is just, you know, I can't live in a world where I just have to respond to everybody's unspoken expectations.   MUSICAL TRANSITION   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Something that I like and have appreciated. I think I've been getting your emails for, like, the last two years just because I enjoy reading them.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes But you compiled them into a book that you just referenced. Do Better Work. You have a new book coming out. Tell us about that.   - Max Yoder Yeah. So I took those notes and compiled it. So the first book do better work. I'd been writing notes, took some of those, turn them into chapters. This one is called To See It, be It. And I'll say that a little slower to see it. Be it. The idea is, if you want to see it, be it. And that's the best you can do. Right. I want to see more patience in this moment. Bring patience. If you want to see more creativity in the world, bring creativity.   - Max Yoder And then let go of all the other stuff of what you want other people to be doing, because I think it's just very, very common and very easy to get wrapped around the axle of what other people are not doing. And I honestly think some people will die spending most of their time complaining about what somebody else is or is not doing instead of going, do I do what I value? Right? Do I live by what I value? And, of course, the answer is going to be no, because nobody does that perfectly.   - Max Yoder And then the next question, if the answer is no, what it always is, how can I begin to spend more time doing what I value? And let go of worrying about what anybody else is doing?  And, of course, there's a relationships with husbands and wives and kids were that's incredibly difficult, right. And there might have to be boundary set where I feel like I'm living my values over here and there's somebody else in my space consistently that I just don't feel like I can do my best self around.   - Max Yoder That might require boundaries of separation. I just don't be together anymore. But what I'm getting at is, I think one of the greatest things we can do for ourselves to say what I want to see in the world, and how do I, at the time align to what I want to see in the world? And I think what happens when we do that is we either find that the things we want to see in the world has validity to them. We start to live them, and we start to see that they're very life giving.   - Max Yoder Like, let's just use an example of getting good sleep. I want to see people well rested in the world. Well, I can't control how you sleep. I can control how I sleep. So if I take care of my rest, I want to see it, and I'm being it, right. And I can let go of all the other things. But at least I'm doing the thing that I want to see more people doing, and I'm letting go of whether they're doing it or.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah, not.   - Max Yoder And as I do that, I might say, hey, this feels pretty good. Like I had a hunch that sleep taking care of sleep was going to be helpful. And look how beautiful life is now that I've been able to take care of my sleep, which I understand is not an option for everybody. But I'm saying it's an option for me. So sometimes living my values strengthens those values. Other times, living things that I believe I value, like I intellectually value it, and then I start trying to live it.   - Max Yoder I found out, oh, I don't really value that as much as I thought I would putting into practice. I see that there is that there are problems and there are always problems with any value is taken to an extreme. Like loyalty. I value loyalty. Taken to the extreme, it becomes blind loyalty. If I turn it all the way up to 100% loyalty, I become blindly loyal. If I turn all the way down to 0% loyalty, I don't have any loyalty at all. Right. I need to have that loyalty dialed into something somewhere in the middle counterbalanced with once again assertiveness and boundaries.   - Max Yoder I'm loyal to somebody, but not at the expense of my own mental health and well being. It those two things counterbalance one another. So only by living that value do I learn those hard lessons, in my opinion. Right. I can't learn them intellectually. I have to live them and say, oh, wow, I do value this, but I value a different permutation of it than I thought. That makes sense.   - Max Yoder So that's what the book that's the first chapter of the book is, or the first note in the book. And then there's 24 notes after that of other things that I just think are important, and I share them because they help me and they help somebody else. Great. I just know for a fact that all 25 of them help me. And my hope is that maybe one day somebody picks them up and they want to read the book. Right. They're choosing to read the book. And one of the notes, as as it helps me in the past, helps them in a similar way or a different way altogether.   - Max Yoder That is healing as the whole point of the book.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Right. Well, and your writing is accessible. It's oftentimes encompassing story. It's nice digestible bits of wisdom that you could blaze through all at once, so you could flip through and take a little at a time. So I'm excited about this new offering.   - Max Yoder Thank you for being open to it. It's a great joy for me to write. I got to dedicate it to my daughter, and I dedicated to her because I just want I could get hit by a bus one day. Liesel. My dad owns a funeral home, and my dad's dad started a funeral home. My dad and his brother ran the funeral home for last 30 years, 20, 30 years. And people just get they just leave, right? They don't choose to go a lot of the time. It's not old age that takes us all.   - Max Yoder So I'm very highly aware that, like, is not my choice when I get to go and so writing for me is a chance to capture a bit of my spirit. And if I have to go for whatever reason, my daughter can pick up this book and do better work and and catch a little bit of her dad and deeply special to me to be able to capture a little bit of my spirit. And it really forced the genuineness out of it.   - Max Yoder Right. Because I don't want it.   - Max Yoder I don't want my I got to be genuine under that premise. Right. Like, I got to say what I believe, what I mean and what I stand by, because I don't want my daughter reading about somebody who didn't exist.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Right. Or reflecting in an individual that is not integrated with their best thoughts. Like, we're always seeking that integration, but you don't want a glaring gap between what you say and how you live, right.   - Max Yoder And I want her to see that I hurt. I make mistakes. Right. She's not going to get a picture of a perfect human being because I've never been one of those and they don't exist. She's going to get a picture of somebody who struggled, and that's what I want her to have, because that's the model I want to be. Hey, life is a lot of struggle, and there's a lot of beauty in that, you know, a lot of beauty in that. I've been very fortunate in that struggle, right.   - Max Yoder I always had a roof over my head. I always had food to eat. I don't pretend my struggles like anybody elses, but I can tell you struggle nonetheless. And I don't want her to think that life should just fall into place and be peachy. And that's what life is.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes So as we draw near the end of our time for listeners who say I want to build more connection in my workplace, I want to be part of that change.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I know it's a broad question, but what words of insight would you offer to them as they think about how to go about doing that?   - Max Yoder So I want people to ask themselves, what do I value? And how do I, 1% of the time seek to live that value and become symmetrical and congruent with what I value in my behavior? And then how do I learn in that process? Because that's the best I can do. And if I'm in a system like, let's say I'm in a work system where it does not align to my values, I have to ask myself, Am I willing to change into those systems value because the work system will change every person in it if they stay long enough, right?   - Max Yoder It could even change them quickly. But if I'm in a system that is not congruent with my values, I'm going to be nervous because it's possible that that system actually has values that are very life giving. It stay long enough, I'll find out. But if I find out they're not life giving, I stick around. There is a casualty there. There is a loss there. So my ask to people is if you want to see it, be it and then pay attention to what the system cares about.   - Max Yoder And if the system is so disproportionately, caring about things that are not what you care about is very important. If possible, you get out.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes That's a good word, Max. Are there any questions that you wish I would have asked you that I didn't ask you?   - Max Yoder Let's see. I mean, I've talked about values a lot, so real quickly, I think something that I love talking about is this idea of reciprocity. Liesel, yeah.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Tell me more.   - Max Yoder Yeah. So reciprocity is idea of I give what I get. And so let's say I get kindness from somebody, so I give it back. But a lot of times reciprocity comes through in a relationship where people are not communicating very clearly, when maybe somebody is struggling and they take their aggression out at somebody else, reciprocity is oftentimes somebody yelled at me. So I yell at them. Somebody didn't respond to my message, so I don't respond to their message. So it becomes I give what I get. And reciprocal cultures, if we're having behaviors that are life giving really beautiful, right?   - Max Yoder Because somebody gives me patience. Ideally, I respond to them with patience, right? Somebody gives me support. Ideally, I respond to them with support. Reciprocity is not necessarily something that is good or bad. It just is. And it resides about giving what we get. So what's the alternative to that? Well, it's living by values, which is, I think, supremely important to understand. If somebody comes to me, maybe somebody doesn't respond to my message that I sent them. And then later, they need something for me. So now they're asking me for my time.   - Max Yoder If I'm reciprocal, I say, Well, they didn't respond to me when I needed them, so I'm not going to respond to them. But if I value driven, I say I value communication, right? I value support, and I would have value that person responding to me when I needed their help. So regardless of the fact that I didn't get it from them, I'm going to give it to them, not out of fight, not to show them the way. Right. Because I value it. It's really important that we get those two things.   - Max Yoder It's not out of fight, right? It's not to prove anything to this person. It's because I value it. So if you're not having difficult conversations with me, it's not an excuse for me because I'm not living in reciprocal life. I believe in difficult conversations. I believe in having them. I'm going to have them with you. And that's the best I can do. You may not respond in the way that I hope that's out of my hands, right. I just value difficult conversations. I value patients. I value forgiveness whether I get them or not.   - Max Yoder So I think reciprocating can be a race to the bottom. It can be this kind of slippery slope of just degrading cultures, degrading relationships, and values based living. If I do it because I value it, not because I get it in return is the answer, in my opinion.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I love it. I agree.   MUSICAL TRANSITION   Here are three key takeaways from my conversation with Max and I have to confess, there were definitely more than three valuable takeaways, but I have narrowed it down to these three…   Where are you in the spectrum of people pleasing?  Max talked about emotional slavery (feeling responsible for the emotions of others), and emotional disavowal (rejecting the emotions of others), and the third path of emotional liberation:  being able to adknowledge the meotions of others without being ruled by them.  Where are you find yourself most often ending up? Remember, there is always a third person or situation in each interaction:a relational triangle. People bring their previous experiences, their wounding, their successes, and their home life to a given situation.  It is important to acknowledge this reality because it helps us to contextualize situations.  Max encouraged listeners to ask the question, “What are my values?” and then to take a good look at the organization that they are a part of.If you organization is acting, consistently, against your values, there is a cost.  And maybe it is time to leave.    MUSICAL TRANSITION   OUTRO   Max Yoder:  Do Better Work Robert Sapolsky:  Behave:  The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst Robert Zapolsky:  Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers Gabor Mate:  When the Body Says No Marshall Rosenberg:  Non-Violent Communication 

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What Was He Wearing? | Monday Night RAW Review (8/23/21)

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 43:51


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's RAW Support PWunlimited by using our link when https://bit.ly/3AaAOwf shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase. Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!: teepublic.com/pwunlimited SUBSCRIBE On YouTube: youtube.com/prowrestlingunlimited Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

The Jordy Culotta Show
Derek Stingley Sr. Knows EXACTLY What Airline He Is Taking For The UCLA Game, Mike Triplett Talks Saints, But Can't Spell Caesar's, And an Impromptu Homage To Kobe Bean Bryant

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 114:27


On a Monday Edition of The Jordy Culotta Show, we recap the LSU Football scrimmage. We ponder the stats, which makes us wonder... Just how good is Garrett Nussmeier? We get the skinny on everything Name, Image and Likeness, as well as some LSU Football tidbits from Derek Stingley Sr. He discusses his son's role wit LSU, why he thinks a new defensive coordinator has brought LSU's defense back to the forefront, and more! We finish up with Mike Triplett, who covers the New Orleans Saints. Triplett discusses the NOLA process of figuring out QB1 headed into tonight's matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars in the newly minted Caesar's Superdome. 

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NXT TakeOver 36 Review & Recap

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 54:33


Join us as we break down NXT TakeOver 36. Support PWunlimited by using our link pwunlimited.co/homage when shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase. Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!: teepublic.com/pwunlimited SUBSCRIBE On YouTube: youtube.com/prowrestlingunlimited Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

The Horror Hosts
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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 88:11


Hey horror fans! This week on The Horror Hosts featuring Jess and Tex we talk about the recent Netflix release A Classic Horror Story. Five strangers in Italy share a carpool when an accident forces them off the road. They wake up in the middle of the woods with only a strange cabin nearby. Nightly sirens bring cultists with intentions of ritualistic murder. Can the ridesharers escape with all of their face and head intact? How can they forget about Dario Argento? Listen and find out! This episode was also live streamed at twitch.tv/commonspacegc. Join us next week for a live Q&A after the show! #horrorhosts #podcast #movie #horror #horrorcommunity #scary #suspense #thriller #mystery #bodyhorror #spirits #isolation #homage #murder #gore #torture #foundfootage #monster #witchcraft #folklore #paranormal #supernatural #aclassichorrorstory

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Episode 620: A Trip Through Mexico’s Anarchist Town Of Cheran w/ Matt King

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 82:47


83 Minutes PG-13 Matt King is a military vet and the creator of the short documentary Homage to Cheran (HTC) which is available on YouTube. Pete and Stateless Productions used a clip from HTC in their documentary The Monopoly On Violence. Pete wanted to talk to Mat about his experiences in a town with no monopoly on force and get his impressions. They also discuss Matt's path from the military to anarchist, and get into a discussion about local politics. Homage to Cheran Matt on Twitter Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Paypal Pete's Books on Amazon Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

Free Man Beyond the Wall
Episode 620: A Trip Through Mexico's Anarchist Town Of Cheran w/ Matt King

Free Man Beyond the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 82:48


83 Minutes PG-13 Matt King is a military vet and the creator of the short documentary Homage to Cheran (HTC) which is available on YouTube. Pete and Stateless Productions used a clip from HTC in their documentary The Monopoly On Violence. Pete wanted to talk to Mat about his experiences in a town with no monopoly on force and get his impressions. They also discuss Matt's path from the military to anarchist, and get into a discussion about local politics. Homage to Cheran Matt on Twitter Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Paypal Pete's Books on Amazon Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

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WWE SummerSlam 2021 Review & Recap

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 81:44


Join us as we break down the 2021 SummerSlam pay-per-view. Support PWunlimited by using our link pwunlimited.co/homage when shop with Homage. Also, use code "PWUnlimited15" to get 15% off your purchase. Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!: teepublic.com/pwunlimited SUBSCRIBE On YouTube: youtube.com/prowrestlingunlimited Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

CBJectively Speaking
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CBJectively Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 56:14


In this episode, we discuss the Blue Jackets recent signing of enforcer, F Zac Rinaldo, and the signing of the 12th Overall Pick in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, Cole Sillinger. What role will Rinaldo play on the team? Is it possible that Sillinger can make the roster? The NHL announced this week that jerseys would feature a 3.5" patch advertisement for the 2022-2023 season. We discuss which Central Ohio/Ohio based businesses we would like to see on a jersey. White Castle? Jeni's? Homage? The possiblities are endless - be sure to let us know your favorite! You can follow us on Twitter and Instagram @CBJectivelyPod, find us on Facebook by searching "CBJectively Speaking", and check out our website cbjectivelyspeaking.com. You can also access our merch store by heading to cbjectivelyspeaking.threadless.com - FREE SHIPPING on purchases over $45 when you use promo code FREESHIP821 through 8/22! Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen! Keep up with the other shows on The Hockey Podcast Network by following @Hockeypodnet. Presented by DraftKings, use promo code "THPN" for your chance at $200 when you bet $1 on any college football game!

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
Where WWE NXT Went Wrong, SummerSlam Excitement?

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 80:01


Big changes are in store for WWE NXT. We discuss all the latest news on the behind the scenes moves happening at NXT, where the brand started to lose its way (and why), and discuss what the future could look like. Plus, we talk about this year's SummerSlam build and why our excitement is lacking. Then, we wrap things up with a discussion on the career of Bobby Eaton. Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ 20% OFF at HOMAGE.com! We've partnered with the fine folks over at Homage for an exclusive discount for our listeners. If you're not aware, Homage has some of the most popular retro WWE, NBA, MLB, and pop culture t-shirts - and they're probably the softest shirts we've ever worn. Check them out and use the code TOPROPENATION20 at this link https://www.homage.com/?rfsn=5956137.8b3155 Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a monthly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast
WWE and AEW Tribalism, Bray Wyatt and Ric Flair Gone - Adam Cole Soon?

Top Rope Nation Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 89:02


This week on the pod, it's a rapid fire discussion of a lot of current events in the world of professional wrestling. Adam Cole's status, the releases of Ric Flair and Bray Wyatt, why tribalism among wrestling fans is dumb, favorite SummerSlam moments, and much more. Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ 20% OFF at HOMAGE.com! We've partnered with the fine folks over at Homage for an exclusive discount for our listeners. If you're not aware, Homage has some of the most popular retro WWE, NBA, MLB, and pop culture t-shirts - and they're probably the softest shirts we've ever worn. Check them out and use the code TOPROPENATION20 at this link https://www.homage.com/?rfsn=5956137.8b3155 Sign up to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/topropenation - exclusive bonus content and access to all of our shows early and ad free, a free gift for signing up, access to our bonus monthly podcast 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our weekly 'Top Rope Nation Extra' podcast, a monthly Zoom hangout, and more!  Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/topropenation and never miss one of our live shows. Have a question for the show? Send your questions to TopRopeNation@gmail.com and if we read it on the air, we'll send you a free gift in the mail! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TopRopeNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Chick Foley Show
The Extra Coolest Episode Ever

The Chick Foley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 124:22


The Extra Cooler Show invades The Chick Foley Show! We are joined by special guests and fellow Pod Foundation members Nick, Matt, and Mike to talk all things Money In The Bank, figure out what the hell was going on this past Monday night on Raw, and speculate on two huge potential signings for AEW. In Go Figure we clean up the calm before the SDCC storm and tie up loose ends before the floodgates open with all the new figure reveals. We offer up some Retro Wrestling Recommendations, and answer your Listener Mail! All that and much much more!!! Check out the Pod Foundation www.link.tree/podfoundation Try Verb energy bars! https://tinyurl.com/9jsfpxp2 Use code FOLEY20 to save 20% on the softest wrestling tees in the biz at Homage www.homage.com Get your figure clothing at figtees.co.uk and use code CFS15 to save money! Shop the official Chick Foley Show store at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/related/chickfoley.html Use code PF10 to save 10% at Chalkline chalk-line.com

The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore
1745: Sam Apple Pays Homage To Keto-Cancer Legacy Of Otto Warburg In RAVENOUS

The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 51:50


On today's episode of the LLVLC Show, Jimmy welcomes Sam Apple for an exciting conversation about his new book RAVENOUS. “He found out that all these pathways that are activated in cancer are activated by insulin.” Sam Apple In this interview, Jimmy talks to a science writing professor from Johns Hopkins named Sam Apple who recently released a book about the life and work of Otto Warburg entitled RAVENOUS: Otto Warburg, the Nazis, and the Search for the Cancer-Diet Connection. The book is spellbinding and reminds people of the history of Warburg's Nobel Prize-winning ideas surrounding the metabolic connection to the treatment and prevention of the development of cancer. Jimmy and Sam go deep into the topic of sugar, insulin, metabolism, cancer, and more in this engaging interview! https://www.amazon.com/Ravenous-Warburg-Search-Cancer-Diet-Connection-ebook/dp/B08L6Y3W2B/ In Ravenous, Sam Apple reclaims Otto Warburg as a forgotten, morally compromised genius who pursued cancer single-mindedly even as Europe disintegrated around him. While the vast majority of Jewish scientists fled Germany in the anxious years leading up to World War II, Warburg remained in Berlin, working under the watchful eye of the dictatorship. With the Nazis goose-stepping their way across Europe, systematically rounding up and murdering millions of Jews, Warburg awoke each morning in an elegant, antiques-filled home and rode horses with his partner, Jacob Heiss, before delving into his research at the Kaiser Wilhelm Society. Hitler and other Nazi leaders, Apple shows, were deeply troubled by skyrocketing cancer rates across the Western world, viewing cancer as an existential threat akin to Judaism or homosexuality. Ironically, they viewed Warburg as Germany's best chance of survival. Setting Warburg's work against an absorbing history of cancer science, Apple follows him as he arrives at his central belief that cancer is a problem of metabolism. Though Warburg's metabolic approach to cancer was considered groundbreaking, his work was soon eclipsed in the early postwar era, after the discovery of the structure of DNA set off a search for the genetic origins of cancer. Remarkably, Warburg's theory has undergone a resurgence in our own time, as scientists have begun to investigate the dangers of sugar and the link between obesity and cancer, finding that the way we eat can influence how cancer cells take up nutrients and grow. Rooting his revelations in extensive archival research as well as dozens of interviews with today's leading cancer authorities, Apple demonstrates how Warburg's midcentury work may well hold the secret to why cancer became so common in the modern world and how we can reverse the trend. A tale of scientific discovery, personal peril, and the race to end a disastrous disease, Ravenous would be the stuff of the most inventive fiction were it not, in fact, true.