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Have you ever felt the weight of making the right decisions inside of your business? There are a lot of “do's and don'ts” shared in the online space. Entrepreneurship is a wild ride that is tied to YOU making the right decisions for yourself and your business. Today George and his incredible CEO, Ashley DeLuca, join for a rapid fire Q&A styled episode. Together they are diving into the in's and out's of business relationships, like team building, communication, finding the right business partner, and more.Hint: It all boils down to ONE thing…Trust. Tune in to hear their wisdom on… Unravel the secrets of building a stellar team.Delegation and trusting your team.Leadership insights rooted in support, vulnerability, and emotional safety.This episode will leave you feeling confident with your ability to find the right people to join your journey to the top. —Key time-stamps: 00:00-4:26: Introduction to Ashley Deluca 4:27-12:13: How to find the right business partner?12:14-22:26 : How to delegate effectively. 22:37-28:04: Releasing control inside your business.28:05- 40:54: How to not burn it all down.40:55-1:04: Honoring your emotional self.1:04-1:09: How we find the right speakers for our events.1:10-1:13: Closing conversation—If you loved listening to George and Ashley pick each other's brains, you'll love their previous episode together on 5 secrets that will skyrocket your emails. Listen or watch the episode HERE.—Looking for a book to help you become the BEST —-(fill in the blank). Leader, business owner, team member… you name it! Check out one of my favorite books “There's No Plan B for Your A-Game: Be the Best in the World at What You Do” by Bo Eason. Buy the book HERE
Themes: Spirituality, Service, Prana, Pranic Healing, Subtle Energy, Bhakti, Love, Devotion, Prayer, Ritual, Intention, Coffee, Yoga Corey Sokoloff is a Certified Pranic Healer, Arhatic Yogi, 200HR CYT and accomplished drummer and percussionist. Corey implements yoga philosophy and eastern medicine to help achieve inner peace and physical well being. He's is deeply passionate in helping others do the same. In 2008, Corey began his training in Pranic Healing: Basic, Advanced, Pranic Psychotherapy, and Pranic Crystal healing courses. Today, Coreyʻs practice flourishes locally and abroad with remote and in-person healing sessions, mentoring and workshops. His love for Bhakti Yoga and sacred music brought him to perform with renowned Kirtan Artists: David Newman (Durga Das), Jai Uttal, and many others. In 2021, Corey's passion for specialty coffee, kirtan and community inspired him to launch Japa Coffee. Crafting coffees that nature the soul, taste great, and harmonize well with your system - body, mind, & spirit. He brings his years of experience as a coffee professional, Pranic healer, and devoted yogi to each and every bag and each and every sip.In this deep, fascinating, & inspiring conversation we cover some of these topics:- What is Pranic Healing? What is prana? How do we channel prana and what blocks our ability to channel it?- Awe & reverence to higher energies around us & living a life of serving others - How we can spiritualize & make sacred what we consume & what we create- Coffee as plant medicine & the divine energies within coffee- The real, simple transformative nature of prayer, sacred intention, and well wishing towards others - How to live from the heart, instead of the head with kirtan - Clearing & cleansing our auric body to allow the soul to shine through our life in day-to-day life... and to allow us to receive the love + connection of othersand much more!*Reach Out to Empowered Connection podcast host Damodar for your FREE Discovery Session - and start your 2023 journey of self & relational discovery & empowerment... for both individuals + couples who are ready to explore, illuminate + empower their lives & their relationshipsConnect with Corey here:IG: @coreysokoloff & @japacoffeejapacoffee.com*Damodar on Instagram for Daily Self Growth & Relationship Tips + Tools:@empoweredconnection.meDivine Self Men's Circle more info here monthly in-person in PhiladelphiaUPCOMING EVENTS:12/9 - Bhagavad Gita Immersion AND Kirtan + Storytelling in Phoenixville, PA at Nectar Yoga1/20-1/21 - Divine Self Men's Circle Day Retreat outside of Philadelphia, PA ! EMPOWERED CONNECTION
Welcome to this edition of the NCRI Women's Committee podcast. Every year, December 7 marks the Day of Students in Iran. On December 7, 1953, three students were killed by military forces on the campus of Tehran University's College of Engineering. Since then, this day has been known as Students' Day in Iran, honoring the struggles of Iranian university students.Iranian universities have long served as hubs of knowledge. Alongside knowledge, there emerges a deep longing for freedom. Consequently, many leaders of opposition movements in Iran have risen from universities, drawing from the most informed sectors of Iranian intellectuals.Today, we explore the pivotal role of female students within universities and their involvement in the 2022-2023 uprising in Iran.***It's fitting to remember dozens of young women who paid the ultimate price during the 2022 protests. Let's remember Donya Farhadi, a 22-year-old student of Architecture at Azad University of Ahvaz, in the southwest Khuzestan province. Donya had been missing since December 7 after she had an argument with Basij militia members on the campus that day. Her body was found on the 15th of December on the banks of Karun River in Ahvaz. Her chest had been pierced by three bullets. However, the regime initially claimed that she had jumped down from the Karun bridge and committed suicide.We also had the case of Nasrin Qaderi from Marivan, Kurdistan. She was 38 years old and a student of Ph.D. in philosophy. Security forces hit her on the head during a protest in Tehran on the 4th of November. She slipped into a coma and died the next day in a hospital. Again, the state media claimed that she had died due to a chronic disease. There was also Negin Abdolmaleki who was only 21. She came from Qorveh, Kurdistan, but studied medical engineering at the Industrial University of Hamedan. She was repeatedly hit on the head by batons during a protest on October 11 in the city. She was severely injured. When she returned to the dormitory, she died due to severe bleeding. The authorities claimed that she had been intoxicated by expired canned fish!!Let us also remember Behnaz Afshari, a 23-year-old woman from Pakdasht, in Tehran Province. She left home on the 26th of October to participate in protests in Tehran but never returned home. Her body was found after five days in forensics medicine. Episode: Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1908986
Today, we are thrilled to welcome Tea Master So-Han Fan to the Ceremony Circle Podcast. So-Han Fan is not just a tea master; he's the founder of West China Tea and the host of the award-winning YouTube channel Tea House Ghost. With over 20 years of experience in Gong Fu Cha and 17 years of teaching, So-Han's journey in tea has taken him through China, establishing connections with tea farmers, masters, and traditional artisans since 2010. He also serves as the Chairperson of the Austin-Xishuangbanna Sister Cities Committee.Top 5 Things You'll Learn from This Episode:1. Understanding Gong Fu Cha and So-Han's unique "cascade meditation."2. Insights into why So-Han doesn't refer to it as a tea "ceremony."3. Exploring tea as a form of plant medicine.4. Honoring tea's origins and its non-lineage tradition in China.5. Tips on selecting tea and appreciating its properties, allowing the tea to "be the star" of the pour.In today's signature closing Ceremony Circle practice, immerse yourself in the soothing sounds of So-Han playing the Hulusi, a unique instrument native to China.Join us in this enlightening conversation to deepen your connection with the world of tea.To experience So-Han's curated collection of teas and tea ware, visit West China Tea and use the exclusive discount code ALYWCT10 at checkout. Don't forget to check out Tea House Ghost on YouTube for more insights into the world of tea.Find more from me on IG at @IAMALYSONCHARLES or alysoncharles.com.
Today I am joined by my friend, mentor, and fellow coach, Jaime Gordon who is known on Instagram as the 'Unstuckologist'. In this episode we talk about the most important relationship you have: the one with you. You know that I'd love to hear what you thought about this episode! Come chat with me on Instagram OR leave a review. Looking to take more action, but aren't sure where to start? Sounds like group coaching could be a great fit! To find out more about my GROUP COACHING or to sign up go here To find out more about our guest today go to https://www.instagram.com/unstuckologist/
Soaring Poog! Solid seamless is luxury. Honoring your interests above my own neurodivergence. The spoons were dropped. Those with reverence and glory for flavors. A Hillstone Memory. There's been an overall lack of voucher gifting. Under the guillotine toward the manicure table. Getting into clocks. We're firmly in the holiday system. Release the neck. The search for the best silicone shampoo sudsing scrubber. Let's do a scrub off. Begging for the Ceremonia scrubber, Our Place Wonder Oven (again) Hobonichi Techo 2024, Dr Diamond's Metacine, FaceGym Purelift. Praise for Caraway, SkinSequence, Fend, FiveWits, Briogeo Edited & mixed by Allie Graham.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Get ready to get vulnerable about your holiday season with this powerful solo episode. I open up about the rollercoaster of emotions that can come up during this time of year and how I've learned to embrace and process them. If you've ever felt numb, angry, or isolated during the holidays, this episode is a must-listen.I want to remind you that you have the power to create your own holiday experience, regardless of your past or family dynamics. It's time to set boundaries, honor your needs, and show up as the best version of yourself. I share personal stories and practical strategies to help you navigate through family gatherings, deal with triggers, and find joy in your own unique way.This holiday season, let's break free from the comparison trap and embrace our own journey of growth and self-discovery. You are capable of creating a holiday season that aligns with your values and brings you true happiness. Get ready to step into your power and let this holiday season be whatever you need it to be 00:01:30 - Open, vulnerable conversation for women feeling a certain way this holiday season.00:09:40 - Feeling the holiday blues without Christmas decorations and creating new traditions.00:13:30 - Setting boundaries with people who knew a previous version of you during the holidays.00:18:57 - Honoring your energy and desires in this season, regardless of what others are doing.ps: if you enjoyed this episode and found it helpful, I would greatly appreciate it if you could take a moment to leave a rating and review on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Your feedback helps this podcast community grow and reach more people who can benefit from building and becoming the best version of themselves
Today, we consciously close the year together. Deep and real transformations can happen when we take the time to properly end the year that was. Let me be straight up, I'm not a big believer in New Year's resolutions. What I AM passionate about is properly taking the time to really consciously close out a year to allow a fresh, new energy to generate. It's like the end is also the beginning. I encourage you to receive this episode as an invitation to reflect and honor the journey you've been on this year before you start to create a container of dreams for what's to come, guided by the whispers of your soul. If you need some encouragement on why or how to do this - this episode is for you. Plus I have a special offer for my Returners - so be sure to keep listening. “It's so important to consciously and deliberately draw a line in the sand in order for a threshold to emerge and be crossed. Only then we can be clear on the blessing of what was, what is, and what is becoming.” - Rebecca Campbell KEY TIMESTAMPS: 01:57 Opening Sacred Space. 02:26 A soulful approach to ending the year. 04:23 The first step is listening deeply. 05:43 Honoring the ending before beginning again. 07:32 Releasing and letting go like nature does. 08:40 Close, pause and tap into the intelligent pulse of life. 09:53 Journal prompts for honoring your journey this year. 10:50 Giving people a container to share within. 13:01 Finding more support in closing off the year - a special gift. 15:24 Today's Soul Inquiry prompts. SOUL INQUIRY: Soul Inquiry is a practice where we enter a direct dialogue with our inner self. Today's Soul Inquiry prompt are: What are you being called to honor or release before we step into 2024? Now it's time to commit to a grounded action: What is one baby step you can take in that direction? Journal prompts to consciously close the year: What have you learned this year? How have you changed? How has the world around you changed? What are you being called to let go of before you step into this new year? MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Full Episode Transcript Podcast Episode: When Friendships End Podcast Episode: How to Navigate Change The Sanctuary: Rebecca's Membership Rebecca's Work Your Light Annual Visioning Process CONNECT WITH REBECCA: Website - https://rebeccacampbell.me/practice/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rebeccacampbell_author/ Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/rebeccacampbellauthor YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/RebeccaCampbell
In this episode of Kankakee Podcast, join host Jake LaMore as he delves into the inspiring story behind the Ray Olley Memorial Project. Jojo Sayson, a driving force behind the project, shares insights into the vision, significance, and ongoing initiatives aimed at honoring veterans and raising awareness about PTSD.Understanding the Vision:Jojo Sayson passionately outlines the vision behind the Ray Olley Memorial Project. It's not just about creating another monument; it's about honoring the service and sacrifice of veterans like Ray Olley, a proud WWII Navy Veteran. The project aims to instill a sense of duty, patriotism, and community in the hearts of its visitors.Teaching History for a Better Tomorrow:A significant portion of the conversation revolves around the importance of teaching history, especially to the younger generation. Sayson emphasizes that understanding the past is crucial to preventing its repetition. The Ray Olley Memorial Project becomes a living history lesson, reminding everyone of the sacrifices made for the freedoms enjoyed today.The Human Element:One unique aspect of the memorial is its incorporation of a human element. Sayson discusses how this element, in the form of statues and narratives, pulls people into the stories behind the monument. Ray Olley's story, as a WWII Navy Veteran, comes alive, making the memorial more engaging and thought-provoking.Honoring a Four-Legged Companion:In this episode, listeners also learn about Ray Olley's faithful companion, Eleanor. The bond between Ray and Eleanor is beautifully captured in the memorial, showcasing not just the veteran's sacrifice but also the loyalty and companionship of his dog.PTSD Awareness and Community Support:The podcast sheds light on the broader impact of the Ray Olley Memorial Project, specifically in raising awareness about PTSD. Sayson discusses the importance of providing a sense of purpose and mission to veterans and first responders, highlighting the potential role of community support in preventing the struggles many face post-service.Getting Involved:Jojo Sayson invites listeners to get involved with the Ray Olley Memorial Project. Whether through donations, volunteering, or contributing ideas, the community plays a crucial role in sustaining and expanding the impact of the project.Conclusion:The Kankakee Podcast episode featuring Jojo Sayson offers a deep dive into the Ray Olley Memorial Project, touching on its significance, the need for historical education, and its impact on the community. If you're inspired by the conversation, consider supporting the Ray Olley Memorial Project. Visit their official website to learn more about the project, donate, or explore opportunities to get involved.---- If you're ready to turn your passion for music into a rewarding career, King Music on Broadway in Bradley would love to hear from you!Apply Here: https://form.jotform.com/232704487481057You can also use promo code KANKAKEEPOD at kingmusic.com for 10% off your order.Support the show
Honor is not just an outward action; it is something generated in a heart that is humble before God. Honoring our parents will flow from a heart that is honoring God. In this episode, Nate and Gabe will share important truths from the Word of God on this often overlooked command. As we humble ourselves before God and choose to give honor to our parents, we will see His blessing on our lives.In a day where it is culturally acceptable to dishonor parents and those in authority, it is so important for us to be reminded of the command to “Honor Your Parents.” Sadly this attitude of dishonor is something that has been disregarded and excused even by Christians. The honoring of those over us is something very close to the heart of God. As you listen, be exhorted to turn your ear away from what is culturally “normal” and give weight to what the Word of God says about this area.Want to go deeper in studying this command of Christ? Download a free study guide at www.homediscipleship.com Study guide includes: Scriptures referenced in podcastReview of Old Testament contextGuide for Scripture meditationQuestions for application and prayerFor more information, visit us at www.homediscipleship.comFind us on Facebook and Instagram @homediscipleshipnetworkhttps://www.facebook.com/homediscipleshipnetworkhttps://instagram.com/commandsofchristpodcast
Dr. John Cottrell is a returning guest on our show! Be sure to check out his first appearance on episode 2 of Boundless Body Radio! That's right, John was the VERY FIRST guest ever hosted on our show! Dr. John Cottrell is a certified yoga instructor and holistic living expert. With a background in clinical psychology and certification as a Yoga Therapist, he merges Western psychology with Eastern yoga philosophy to guide individuals towards self-improvement and personal growth. His company MBODY also offers yoga teacher trainings, empowering individuals to become certified instructors and share their passion for yoga with the world. In a pioneering effort to bridge the gender gap in yoga, John designed MBODY Clothing, a men's yoga attire line that combines style, comfort, and functionality. John's wisdom extends to his published works, which among others, includes his books Yoga With Intention: A Yogic Journey from Awareness to Honoring, The Joy of Less: A Minimalist's Guide to Simplifying Your Life, and his latest book Embrace The Positive: Letting Go of Negative Thinking: Self Help Book: Positive Thinking, which are all available on Amazon.Find Dr. John Cottrell at-https://mbodyyoga.squarespace.com/Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
Last week, I shared some pretty powerful affirmations you can recite daily while you're building your own business. But that's not the only area of your life affirmations can affect! Today, I'm sharing twenty daily affirmations for honoring the present and bringing yourself back to the present moment. It is all too easy to live anywhere except the present. But when we live always looking back on yesterday and wishing we could turn back the clock, or spend so much time worrying about what might happen in the future that we live all our worst fears without knowing if they'll even happen…we end up disconnected entirely from our actual lives. Yesterday is long gone, and tomorrow is never promised. All we truly have in our grasp is the now…so let's start living like it. Listen to my favorite affirmations for honoring the present…then repeat after me! EPISODE RESOURCES: If you loved this episode, say thank you by subscribing to the podcast, leaving a review, sharing with a friend, or sending me a DM on Instagram! In case you missed it, my businesses have SPLIT UP FOR GOOD! Here's where you can go to find what you need… Bookkeepers go here: www.katieferro.com Business owners go here: www.orderlyaccounting.com And if you're interested in becoming an affiliate for my bookkeeper template packs, head here: www.orderlyaccounting.com/affiliate If you have enjoyed this post, head on over to Instagram, share your IG stories, and tag me: @orderlyaccountingbykatie CONNECT WITH KATIE: Website: https://www.katieferro.com/ Subscribe to my email list: https://www.katieferro.com/email
We are digging into some Scorsese greatness, as we discuss the epic crime film, Casino. Filled with incredible performances and stunning shots of Las Vegas - I still find a way to make poo poo pee pee jokes. Joining me are a couple of Moustachiosos, Robby and Steve! They put up with my antics and we have a jolly good time with this one. The Moustachioed Podcastio is the weird uncle of the wonderful PodMoth Media Network. Check out more PodMoth podcasts here: https://podmoth.network/ TW: @PodMothNetwork IG: @PodMoth Check out Cryptid Cocktail Party at: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cryptidcocktail
Newt remembers his friend, former Secretary of State, Dr. Henry Kissinger. He served as national security advisor and secretary of state under President Richard Nixon and President Gerald Ford and he has advised many other American presidents on foreign policy. He received the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Medal of Liberty. In this interview they discuss his recent book, “Leadership: Six Studies in World Strategy.” This episode originally aired September 11, 2022.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“The journey of self-healing should be a fun one. The moment you find what works for you, it won't feel overwhelming. Worrying about having to do this, this, and this, then becomes again stress for you. So lead yourself with love, then it becomes sustainable.” -Dr. Patricia
Welcome to the Energy Update for December 2023. Just a few of the themes we have for December are: ✨ Remembering who you are ✨ Honoring our Ancestors ✨ We are connected to all realms (Think ET) We'll look more deeply into these themes and several others, so be sure to watch the full Energy update! Let The Healing Begin! Christine x -- More From Christine:
Happy December! This morning we're talking about a slow holiday season. How we're celebrating in low stress ways and choosing holiday traditions that fit our life right now and what we're skipping (looking at you, Christmas cards). Plus, we're reflecting on past traditions and memories of gifts we loved as kids. The holiday countdown is on, join us for a reminder to find the joy in what works for you.
Today's message is a simple yet powerful reminder: Your body is on your team! This can be an easy thing to forget in our modern age. Society often teaches us to ignore our inherent knowledge of our body's needs and to outsource that information instead. But I'm here today to remind you: YOU are the expert on your own body's needs. If listening to your body is something you no longer feel able to do, click play on this episode! I'll lead you through three important steps that will help you get back in touch with your body. Then, download this powerful body scan meditation that I made just for you: https://rawbeautytalks.lpages.co/body-scan-7-minutes/ SHORT ON TIME? 1:00 - How to shift the paradigm to believe that your body is on your team 6:30 - Tapping into compassionate communication that will help you take care of your body 10:00 - How we become disconnected from our bodies 14:05 - Steps you can take to begin listening to your body again 16:00 - Download the body scan! 22:20 - A sneak peek into next week's episode about turning up the volume of your hunger cues 23:45 - Honoring your body's cues Download the body scan in order to take the first step to get back on the same team as your body! https://rawbeautytalks.lpages.co/body-scan-7-minutes/
Bella gets deep with Jason LaClair, learning about his life creating Coast Salish art and his journey to wellness. Jason's story is an example of strength, hope, inspiration, and belief that you can climb out of the darkness of addiction. Honoring his ancestors, he healed and transformed his life and you can now see his art all around Bellingham and the Lummi Community. We are all so proud of you.
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Breathe… And slow yourself down. Become aware of the intricacies of your breath. PAUSE… Feel the cool air on your nose as you breathe in, And the warm air on your nose as you breathe out. PAUSE… Notice your belly rise with every inhale, And fall with every exhale. PAUSE… See if you can expand your breath. Inhaling a little deeper each time you breathe in, And exhaling a little longer each time you breathe out. PAUSE… Slow it all down, Sinking deeper and deeper, Releasing more and more, Feeling lighter and lighter, As you come into the quiet. LONG PAUSE… There's magic that exists in your breath. Profound wisdom in the air that flows in, And out. PAUSE… It feels, It knows, It heals. It flows. PAUSE… It all exists right here within you, The ability to heal, The ability to nurture and love, The ability to glow. LONG PAUSE… So find the rhythm of your breath, Honoring its journey in and out of your body. Witnessing the way it fills you, Refreshes you, And calms you. PAUSE… Become aware of the way it cleanses you, Clears you, Heals you. LONG PAUSE… Breathe in blue, And invite the healing energy to ride the waves of your breath, Inching its way into every crevice of your body. Repairing, Restoring, Healing. Breathing in blue. LONG PAUSE… If there are parts of you that are broken, Hurting, Or unsettled… In your mind or in your body… Let the blue energy find them, Embrace them, And heal them. LONG PAUSE… The healing breath covers you tonight, In her blankets of unconditional love. Open yourself now, Inviting restoration, And healing. LONG PAUSE… Namaste, Beautiful
Empowerment, Inspiration & Beyond (646) 595 4274 Welcome to the BTR Edition of NEWS FOR THE SOUL: Life Changing Talk Radio from the Uplifting to the Unexplained. NFTS was launched in January 1997 as a positive news newspaper in the Vancouver, B.C. area in January 1997 by journalist Nicole Whitney. Over the years, NFTS evolved into the NFTS RADIO NETWORK ::: VISIT THIS LINK TO FIND OUT ABOUT THIS SHOW: http://www.newsforthesoul.com/shows-page/todays-show
Join us on this fascinating journey with Captain Dr. Alexis Lauria, a graduating chief resident in general surgery at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Listen in as she takes us through her path to military medicine, the intricacies of applying for medical school, and her time at Penn State University. Hear about her experiences in the HPSP program during medical school and her subsequent general surgery training. We also celebrate Alexis's remarkable accomplishment of completing six years of general surgery training. In the second part of our discussion, Alexis recounts her time as a resident at Walter Reed, her research experiences, and the unique challenges she faced in her second and third year. She also talks about the importance of forming strong relationships with faculty members during medical rotations and shares valuable insights on effective leadership as a chief resident. She goes on to describe her time leading the general surgery team at Walter Reed and provides priceless advice for medical students considering a career in general surgery. In the final segment, we discuss the value of mentorship and Alexis's experiences in her surgery residency. She explains how having strong support systems, like her marriage and class, played a crucial role in her journey. We also delve into the demanding process of becoming a board-certified general surgeon. Lastly, Alexis provides some helpful advice for new surgery residents. Tune in to hear Alexis discuss her favorite and challenging surgeries in training and the unique challenges and opportunities she faced in her military training. --------- EPISODE CHAPTERS --------- (0:00:01) - Military Medicine and General Surgery (0:11:27) - General Surgery Residency and Research Experiences (0:21:12) - Leadership in General Surgery Residency (0:27:37) - Mentorship in Surgery Residency (0:36:17) - Advice for New Surgery Residents (0:40:53) - Favorite and Challenging Surgeries in Training (0:43:23) - Challenges and Opportunities in Military Training --------- EPISODE CHAPTERS WITH SHORT KEY POINTS --------- (0:00:01) - Military Medicine and General Surgery Alexis Lauria shares her journey to medical school, the HPSP program, and six years of general surgery training. (0:11:27) - General Surgery Residency and Research Experiences Alexis Lauria shares her military medical program experience, including Walter Reed residency and Society for Vascular Surgery Meeting. (0:21:12) - Leadership in General Surgery Residency Alexis Lauria shares advice on making meaningful connections with faculty, personalizing military applications, and leading a team as a chief resident. (0:27:37) - Mentorship in Surgery Residency Alexis Lauria shares her journey through surgery residency, discussing the qualifying exam, oral boards, mentors, and specialty development. (0:36:17) - Advice for New Surgery Residents Alexis Lauria emphasizes the importance of showing care for team members. (0:40:53) - Favorite and Challenging Surgeries in Training Vascular surgery challenges and rewards discussed, including laparoscopic cholecystectomy and vascular endografts, with advice from Alexis on military medical program. (0:43:23) - Challenges and Opportunities in Military Training Captain Dr. Alexis Lauria highlights the rewards of military work, relationships with faculty, and vascular surgery experiences. EPISODE KEYWORDS Military Medicine, General Surgery Residency, HPSP Program, Walter Reed, Chief Resident, Medical Rotations, Board-Certified General Surgeon, Vascular Surgery, Laparoscopy, Endografts, Leadership, Mentorship, Medical School, Residency Program, Interview Process, Research Experiences, Building Relationships, Advice HASHTAGS #MilitaryMedicine #VascularSurgery #GeneralSurgery #MedicalEducation #MedicalMentorship #HealthProfessionsScholarshipProgram #LeadershipInMedicine #WomenInMedicine #JourneyIntoMedicine #WalterReed TAKE HOME MESSAGES Military medicine provides unique opportunities for growth and learning, especially in areas such as mentorship, leadership, and specialty education. The Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) offers valuable experiences and roles, aiding in the journey towards becoming a general surgeon. The process of entering medical school and training to be a general surgery resident can be intricate and challenging, requiring significant dedication and passion for the field. Mentorship plays a crucial role in the medical field, guiding young professionals in their journey and helping them navigate challenges and make strategic decisions. Specialty and subspecialty medical education within the military is structured and organized, offering a clear path for those interested in specific areas of medicine. A research year can provide invaluable experience and insights, especially when pursuing a specific specialty such as vascular surgery. The structure and working of surgery teams are crucial for effective patient care, with each level carrying specific responsibilities. Balancing responsibilities and maintaining relationships is essential in a demanding field like medicine. Becoming a board-certified general surgeon involves various steps, including mentorship, research, and academic focus. Organization and compartmentalization of stressors are crucial for team leaders in medical fields, helping to set an example for the team and ensure ideal patient care. Honoring the Legacy and Preserving the History of Military Medicine The WarDocs Mission is to honor the legacy, preserve the oral history, and showcase career opportunities, unique expeditionary experiences, and achievements of Military Medicine. We foster patriotism and pride in Who we are, What we do, and, most importantly, How we serve Our Patients, the DoD, and Our Nation. Find out more and join Team WarDocs at https://www.wardocspodcast.com/ Check our list of previous guest episodes at https://www.wardocspodcast.com/episodes Listen to the “What We Are For” Episode 47. https://bit.ly/3r87Afm WarDocs- The Military Medicine Podcast is a Non-Profit, Tax-exempt-501(c)(3) Veteran Run Organization run by volunteers. All donations are tax-deductible and go to honoring and preserving the history, experiences, successes, and lessons learned in Military Medicine. A tax receipt will be sent to you. WARDOCS documents the experiences, contributions, and innovations of all military medicine Services, ranks, and Corps who are affectionately called "Docs" as a sign of respect, trust, and confidence on and off the battlefield,demonstrating dedication to the medical care of fellow comrades in arms. Follow Us on Social Media Twitter: @wardocspodcast Facebook: WarDocs Podcast Instagram: @wardocspodcast LinkedIn: WarDocs-The Military Medicine Podcast
Since the start of the AIDS epidemic, what's changed? The medicine. What's continued? The stigma. Reset brings together two people living with HIV in a conversation crossing generations and speaks with Dr. Sadia Haider of RUSH University Medical Center about efforts to educate heterosexual women about HIV transmission.
Lisa sits down to share with you what has been dubbed the (second) most important episode of the Out of the Cave Podcast ever. Topics Include: Feeling shamed for wanting to lose weight Connection to your body as it exists presently Creating a calorie deficit and your brain feeling safe How to set realistic expectations around weight loss [5:00] Lisa shares the definition of freedom and how freedom or a lack of feeling of freedom affects weight loss [9:00] Moving through the discomfort in not being where you used to be [18:00] The impact of saying, “I have to…” and the power of language on a weight loss journey [33:00] The ease of gaining weight vs the ease of losing weight and having realistic expectations around weight loss [48:30] Checking your mindset around saying, “I am on a weight loss journey,” and whether that feels empowering or disempowering [52:00] Honoring your body and not eating like a robot [57:00] Lisa shares an experience she had while personal training and studying integrative nutrition Apply for Group Coaching! - Next Cohort Begins January 2024 Purchase the OOTC book of 50 Journal Prompts Leave Questions and Feedback for Lisa via OOTC Pod Feedback Form Email Lisa: email@example.com Become a Member of the Out of the Cave Online Community - Includes Two Live Coaching Calls Monthly Out of the Cave Merch - For 10% off use code SCHLOS10 Lisa's Socials Instagram Facebook YouTube
Back on the podcast this week is my dear friend Gregg Cassin. Gregg is an HIV/AIDS activist, a public speaker and someone I've known since our college days back in Boston. He is also someone who has dedicated his life to serving the HIV/AIDS communities, bringing healing to those whose lives are impacted by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The focus is simple. To bring people together to build community because as Gregg knew intuitively from the very first days of the epidemic, community has the power to heal. Gregg works in San Francisco for Shanti Project, an organization that is celebrating it's 50th anniversary next year, where he leads a program for long term survivors of the epidemic called Honoring Our Experience. This month on From Sparks to Light we are joining forces to launch a special project, the Honoring Our Experience Series. Each month on the last Thursday of the month we will introduce you to some of the people who have experienced the epidemic firsthand, people who have found that when we share our stories and build communities, healing happens. Today Gregg joins us to take us back to the early days of the epidemic and the experiences that lead him forward.You can learn more about Honoring Our Experience and Shanti Project, here.You can support the work of Honoring Our Experience here. To learn more about Robert Maggio, the composer of "Where Love is Love," our theme music, please check out his website.To learn more about Suzanne, visit her website. To learn more about the inspiration for this podcast, please check out Suzanne's memoir, Estrellas - Moments of Illumination Along El Camino de SantiagoFollow Suzanne on Social Media Instagram @suzannemaggio_author Facebook @ Suzanne Maggio author Twitter @ bottomofninth
During the sit-ins of Operation Rescue, the largest civil disobedience movement in American history, Chet Gallagher, a Las Vegas law enforcement officer, refused to arrest peaceful pro-life advocates and was arrested instead. He was then fired from his position at the police department for not obeying orders. On this rerun episode of the Mark Harrington Show, Mark interviews Chet to discuss his arrest and his continued pro-life activism including his recent participation in sit-ins in Sterling Heights, MI, Little Rock, AK, and Mt. Juliet, TN. This is a powerful testimony of how law enforcement should be interposing for the unborn. LISTEN, SUBSCRIBE, and SHARE The Mark Harrington Show is on Mark's Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts. Mark's show is available on all the popular podcast platforms as well as on Mark's flagship website: MarkHarrington.org ✔️ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/mark.r.harrington ✔️ iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mark-harrington/id827982678 ✔️ Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/62oyyCZG2LBk5OxR9z1c3t ✔️ Everywhere else - https://markharringtonshow.com/link-tree
The 2023 edition of Tucson Meet Yourself honored the Corrido and one of its most prominent researchers and writers, Dr. Celestino Fernandez. He was interviewed by Dr. Estevan Azcona, musicologist and associated research scientist at the Southwest Center, as local corridistas played some of his compositions. “Running tales” inspired by real events, Corridos amplify voices often muffled by dominant culture. A composer of over 50 corridos, Fernandez recently released Corridos de Celestino, a double album featuring corridos on immigration, the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, and the massacre of 19 students and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, among other events.
Marisol Medina-Cadena takes a tour of the American Indian Cultural District. It was founded in San Francisco's Mission neighborhood in 2020 to serve as a home base for the Urban Native community. This episode originally aired on July 22, 2022.
Welcome back to another Astrology episode with Dr. Cameron Martin. Today we are talking about the energy of Sagittarius season! This is a time of action, travel, optimism & hitting the metaphorical reset button. Honoring different perspectives is another major theme this season and Cameron shares the importance of understanding that two truths can exist at the same time. This was an amazing conversation to wrap up our astrology series with and feel grateful to now have the tools Cameron has shared with us to move through life with more intention and purpose. CLICK HERE to listen to the rest of this episode and to subscribe to our patreon! -Authentic Souls Patreon: https://patreon.com/TheAuthenticSouls -Authentic Souls Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theauthenticsouls/ -Dr. Cameron Martin's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pathandpurpose/
We are all looking to be free of specific demands or upsetting external circumstances, but the only way to truly be free is not to feel impacted by the things we cannot control. Let's talk about how we get to the place where we can face those things and be released from their effect on us. In This Episode: - Entrepreneurship, self-doubt, and quality over quantity. - ADHD, rejection sensitivity, and personal growth. - Honoring oneself and facing internal triggers. - Personal growth and emotional maturity. - Communication and emotional regulation in relationships. Where to find me: Connect with me on Instagram Check out my website Sign up for a free consult
You can honor your marriage before you even get there. That would involve preserving what is only for marriage for the actual marriage. Lots of that has to do with your zipper. You can honor your marriage during your marriage. That is keeping what is only for marriage within the marriage. Lots of that has to do with your zipper.Everyone can honor marriage and hold it as a high value. Everyone you know in a marriage is doing a very hard thing. Typically, marriage is a great sin-revealer. That means it is frequently brutal. The sanctification process is no picnic. They deserve all the help and support they can get from the rest of us. Join me in Hebrews 13 as it takes a most practical turn. Bewithme.us Spotify, Audible, CastBox etc.
Our rabbis Rubenstein talk to pastor Phillip Romine about interfaith work in Saint Paul and speak about the purpose of interfaith or multi-faith relationships. Special guest, Pastor Phillip Romine, of Interfaith Action of Saint Paul, joins us to talk about a very special organization in the twin cities area. We address the challenges, beauties, and communal obligations of living in a multi-faith society.
Every podcast host's worst nightmare is having a guest on their podcast who provides long-winded answers, shares lengthy monologues, and goes down every rabbit trail possible. In this episode, Paul Granger explains the art of concise communication for podcast guests and how mastering this art can lead to more podcasting-related opportunities. Get ready to learn the benefit of brevity and simple ways to hone your stories to impact your podcast guesting and even your everyday conversations!MORE FROM THIS EPISODE: HTTPS://PODPROS.COM/255Key Moments:00:00:15 - Introduction to Roblox obsession00:02:09 - Goldilocks and the Three Types of Guests00:03:29 - Understanding Your Why for Sharing00:06:09 - Honoring the Host and Context00:07:19 - Achieving Brevity in StorytellingTimestamped Summary:00:00:15 - Introduction to Roblox obsession The host's son became obsessed with the game Roblox, a global gaming platform where players can build landscapes and adventures together. The son's love for connection and external processing led to endless soliloquies about his Roblox experiences.00:02:09 - Goldilocks and the Three Types of Guests The host discusses three types of guests: those who say too little, those who say too much, and those whose content is just right, like Baby Bear. He emphasizes the importance of finding the right balance in sharing as a guest on a podcast.00:03:29 - Understanding Your Why for Sharing Before sharing your story, it's crucial to understand why you want to share it. Knowing your why will impact how and what you share. The host provides examples of different motivations for sharing and highlights the importance of considering the value for the host and listeners.00:06:09 - Honoring the Host and Context As a guest on a podcast, it's essential to respect the host's space and understand the context of the show. Guests should consider whether their content brings value to the host and listeners and be willing to adapt their sharing style to honor the context of the space.00:07:19 - Achieving Brevity in Storytelling Many stories can be too long for a podcast context, but the host assures that brevity is achievable in four steps.MORE FROM THIS EPISODE: HTTPS://PODPROS.COM/255
Welcome to a brand-new episode of The Cashflow Project. Today, we are rejoined by the wildly successful Nic DeAngelo, CEO and founder of Saint Investment Group. Nic, who began his journey in the banking industry, eventually ventured into the captivating world of real estate, where he realized his true calling. From growing up in a family with a deep-rooted work ethic to witnessing the 2008 financial crisis, Nic's journey offers great insights into the role that resilience and sustained vision play in the road to success. We'll discuss the importance of observing market conditions, the pros and cons of investing in hard assets, and the need to think long-term in real estate investing. With an impressive portfolio and a strategy-driven process, Nic and his team aim to navigate this dynamic landscape with clarity, vigilance, and adaptability. And it's not complete without some predictions about the future, especially around inflation and the adjustments investors need to make to stay ahead. Nic shares his belief that real estate is a good investment over the next decade, given a landscape of 5-6% interest rates. Expect some hearty discussion on time horizons in investing, understanding value, and forging profitable, flexible cash flow models. This episode is a wealth of knowledge and insights for both novice and veteran investors looking for strategies to fortify their financial future. Stay tuned, folks. It's going to be quite a ride! [00:00] Multigenerational immigrant family with entrepreneurial mindset. [04:05] Taking hometown opportunities for granted, settling for mediocrity. [07:25] US banks barely surviving; government pays bills. Global concerns for the finance market. Opportunity post-2008 crisis with low-cost sales. [10:37] Observing financial activities with inside knowledge. [14:19] Intense acquisition, investors wanted less involvement. [18:31] Learn to pivot and solve problems, add value. [23:02] Serious concern about future market trends. [24:00] Return to normal: interest rates will rise. [27:22] Real estate: think local, don't panic. [31:30] Start early, think long term, avoid risks. [36:45] Honoring family, appreciating sacrifice, being observant. [38:32] Powerful to acknowledge limitations; seek expertise. Value investors, long-term vision. [40:58] Monthly meetup in Honolulu, multifamily focus. Find us on Meetup.com Connect with Nic DeAngelo Website Connect with Tri-City Equity! Website LinkedIn YouTube Facebook Instagram
If you have ever struggled with PMS symptoms, getting through your period or understanding your crazy hormones, this is an episode for you! Believe it or not, I'm now officially in support of buying yourself a new pair of sweatpants and doubling up on your favorite pair of jeans all in honor of your body. This episode gives you an amazing in-depth listen to 2 women having some real talk around body changes, honoring our health and embracing our periods! Yup, I said it. It is time to stop shying away from the cycle talk and period panties and dive into the changes we can make to embrace these phases we experience as women. Connect with Melissa: https://www.instagram.com/arlene.cycle.support/ Join the Waitlist: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/636adf1ed165bda5119951fc My site: https://www.reneebenes.com/ My Savings Plan: https://www.reneebenes.com/save Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/renee.benes/ TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/
Mia Poulsen is a Business Mentor, Transformational Coach, and a Human Design Reader for soul-led women entrepreneurs.She has spent the past 10 years building online businesses to multiple 6-figure businesses – from her legendary blue sofa – while also supporting her family of 4 children.She's super transparent about it not being easy, because building a successful business requires transformational work on all levels. It requires you to step into the highest version of yourself, and this is what Mia calls, The Soulful Empress.But what she will let you know is that you don't have to work your butt off or compromise precious time with your family or yourself or even try to be something you are not to see success in your business!The journey starts by knowing your soul´s blueprint and authentic strengths, honoring who you are and what really matters to you, and utilizing both your powerhouse energy and aligned business strategies.TAKEAWAYSExplore your feminine energy by asking yourself questions like, "What is my purpose?", "What is my contribution?", "What are my top talents?", or "What is my passion?". The reason to ask yourself these questions is to try to get yourself to a place of more presence and joy.Spend time getting to know who you truly are. When Mia began to implement who she was, felt like she was enough, and realized the abundance she already had, that is when she saw the most business growth and things began to naturally fall into place.Focus on the functional version of feminine energy and the functional version of masculine energy. You cannot have success without both energies. They have to work together. This can change your whole perspective of life and can lift the veil of scarcity of not being and having enough.RESOURCES:Find the blog post that accompanies this episode Grab Pitch Perfect for only $37, now through November 27 CONNECT WITH ALLISON:Follow Allison on InstagramDID YOU HAVE AN 'AH-HA MOMENT' WHILE LISTENING TO THIS EPISODE?If you found value and are ready to take action from listening to this episode, head to Apple Podcasts and help us reach new audiences by giving the podcast a rating and a review. This helps us to reach more online coaches who are creating a thriving 6-figure business.Music courtesy of www.bensound.com
This Gemini full moon is bringing in the chaos. When we have a full moon in Gemini our minds can feel like they are racing but this gives us an opportunity to pay attention to the important thoughts that come through. This full moon is calling us to asses how we process information and how you communicate with ourselves and others. Journal Prompts: How often do you pause to process your emotions before reacting? What limiting beliefs and thought patterns do you want to release? Do you embrace new ideas or do they threaten you and make you feel defensive? Do you hold on to narratives for the sake of comfort or do you allow yourself to change them? Do you put yourself in a box or do you let yourself be multi dimensional? Thank you for tuning in x Don't forget to subscribe, leave a review and rate this podcast. I appreciate YOU so much! ----------------------------------------- Get My Guide: https://www.ro-hik.com/books/p/28-days-to-home-a-guide-to-your-soul ----------------------------------------- Follow me on: @andbeyondpodcast For health coaching: @rohikbynoor @noorkaawach --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chaosintheattic/support
We all know that healing isn't linear, but there does tend to be a moment when a corner is turned - where we begin to live our life again. What do we do then? Season 1 of the show focused on healing and trauma recovery. Join Jaime and CA as they introduce Season 2, which will focus on what happens after. Support the podcast by joining our Coffee Fiend club:https://www.patreon.com/unlearned Order Jaime's book “TOXIC RELATIONSHIP RECOVERY,” today! It is available in paperback, as an audiobook (read by Jaime, herself), and as an e-book. https://bit.ly/43Ka8kE Notes: Introducing Season 2 - Life After Healing What trauma healing really looks like Societal beliefs and trauma recovery Why should you learn and then honor your thresholds How it feels to shift out of survival mode How to approach recovery safely Honoring your body and mind during the recovery process Links: Support the podcast by joining our Coffee Fiend club:https://www.patreon.com/unlearned FREEBIE! Intention Prompts: http://tinyurl.com/Intentionprompts Follow the podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theunlearnedpodcast/ Jaime's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/recollectedself/ Jaime's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@recollectedself CA's Instagram: https://www.secure.instagram.com/embracingdivergence/ CA's Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@embracingdivergence Email us topics/suggestions: email@example.com International Suicide Hotlines: https://blog.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlinesNational Suicide Hotline: Call:988Text: 988 Website:https://988lifeline.org/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=onebox Lifeline Options For Deaf + Hard of Hearing For TTY Users: Use your preferred relay service or dial 711 then 988. Over 50 Club! Amanda B. Plamen S. Rachel S. (Her Petstagram: @mini_carlo_pinscher)
When it comes to increasing fuel economy, plenty of scams and half-cooked ideas await a chance to separate you from your money. Also, a trio of OOIDA members have been honored as Road Warriors by Pilot Flying J – and we talk with the grand prize winner, Don Crouse. Then, the director of the FBI recently warned Congress that the attack by Hamas against Israel could inspire attacks here in the United States. 0:00 – Newscast 10:07 – Improving fuel economy: real vs. fake 24:50 – Honoring a Road Warrior 39:29 – Labor nominee spurs concerns
It is Turkey Day. What better day to honor Baseball Hall of Famer and Negro League star, the late Turkey Stearnes. His granddaughter, Vanessa Ivy Rose, has written a book about his legacy with the Detroit Stars and other teams and is the host of a new ABC Network/ESPN 30 for 30 podcast entitled "Reclaimed." Vanessa returns to the show to talk about the legacy of the Negro Leagues. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium I invite you to place your hands on your heart. We call forth this Reiki energy, As you place any personal intention for the highest and greatest good for your healing. Gently settle in. This is your time to wind down and receive, The nourishment you so willingly give each and every day. You sacrifice your own needs. You give with all your energy. You bend deeply. You breathe existence into everything you do. And now, it's your turn to receive. Honoring you. Honoring you as a mother. PAUSE… Take this time as you quiet your mind, And quiet your body. To let it all go. PAUSE… Retreat inward with the breath. Taking a few deep breaths, And deep breaths out. PAUSE… Now allow your breath to be quiet and peaceful, As you slowly drift into this beautiful place of sleep. This Reiki energy heals your body, Your mind, And your spirit. PAUSE… Feel the top of your head, This continuous waterfall of light pouring through you. Moving through all the cells and fibers of your being. Feeling your body getting more and more relaxed. PAUSE… This Reiki energy reminds you to soften your inner critic, And to experience your greatness. Gently feel as the energy moves from the top of your head, To right over your face and eyes. Feel your eyes sink inward and relax. Your eyes that see all the beauty in this world, All the love you receive from being a mother, Unconditional love. The sweetness of moments and memories. You feel your face warm in a smile. Enjoy this now. PAUSE… This energy moves to your ears and throat. For the sounds you hear of laughter and giggles. The words of love, wisdom and support that you give and receive. PAUSE… This energy moves to your heart, As you feel the gratitude within you, For all your many blessings. Blessings that are bestowed on you, And blessings you bestow on others. PAUSE… This Reiki energy moves to your belly, And circulates in the belly, As you feel your belly calm and relax. Sensing your greatness, Your power, And your strength. PAUSE… This Reiki energy moves to your hips, As you welcome in this energy, You feel your hips settle and relax. Your hips hold all your emotions, And this energy clears away anything that's not serving you here. It restores vitality, Creativity, And self-expression. Allow your body to receive this energy, Here at your hips. PAUSE… And gently, This Reiki energy moves down your legs, Into your feet. This energy caresses your feet, It holds you, Like you hold so many and so much. Knowing you are held and nourished, Into this beautiful, peaceful sleep. You are our everything. Your love, Your energy, Your wisdom, Is greatly appreciated. Sweet dreams, Reiki blessings.
On episode 226 we shared our thoughts on the hit Netflix series Down For Love which follows several people with Down syndrome as they navigate “the triumphs and trials of dating.” If you listened to “Our Thoughts On The Netflix Series Down For Love,” then you know how much we loved this show and appreciated the conversations that it started. We're so excited to keep the conversation going with the Producer of the show, Robyn Paterson! Robyn is a filmmaker and screen creative based in New Zealand committed to promoting diversity, respect, partnership, and equity both on and off the screen. Best known for Down for Love (Netflix), In the Zone (Apple TV), Grand Designs: New Zealand, and Finding Mercy (Prime Video), and the current President of the Directors and Editors Guild of Aotearoa New Zealand. Friends, we get a behind-the-scenes look at the process of approaching the storytelling of participants with Down syndrome and the intentional decisions that made the show so impactful. Robyn shares the challenges and impactful moments of filming Down For Love, along with the differences from other reality-type shows. We chat about the casting process to ensure diverse and authentic representation, and so much more! We promise there are no spoilers, just an incredible conversation about the responsibility to tell diverse, authentic, and honoring stories of people with disabilities. --- SHOW NOTES Watch Down For Love Learn more about Robyn Paterson Learn more about the Directors and Editors Guild of Aotearoa New Zealand (DEGANZ). Learn more about Robyn's Production company, Sweet. Learn more about Paralympic Gold Medalist, Jai Waite. Learn more about Upside Downs Check out our conversation about Down For Love on episode 226! DISCOUNT CODE Friends, grab your narrative shifting gear over on The Lucky Few Merch Shop and use code PODCAST for 10% off! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Thank you, Enable SNP or sponsoring this episode! 47. Planning for the Future w/Phillip Clark from Enable SNP 191. Future Planning for the WHOLE Family - ft. Phillip Clark, Enable SNP Thank you, ABLEnow for sponsoring this episode! 115. How The ABLE Act Supports Your Child's Future (ft. Catherine Beck) HELP US SHIFT THE NARRATIVE Interested in partnering with The Lucky Few Podcast as a sponsor? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! LET'S CHAT Email email@example.com with your questions and Good News for future episodes. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theluckyfewpod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theluckyfewpod/support
In my journey of studying different tantric teachings, I came across this beautiful poet, NoopFace, who writes the most delicious yet heart-encompassing poems. This week on Highest Self Podcast I have the pleasure of having a very open conversation with him where you'll also get to hear him read some of his incredible poems! In this episode, NoopFace and I explore… The true foreplay that comes BEFORE the foreplay Reclaiming sexuality and what it means to be sex positive Why we feel shame around speaking out about our desires Honoring the divine through our sexuality/another Why sex has become casual and why it shouldn't be Sexual/energetic hygiene The throat and yoni connection + why we are too quiet during sex What it is about BDSM that people crave The importance of yoni mapping/self-pleasure How to find an aligned partner Plus several of his beautiful and erotic poems and so much more! I am so excited to be sharing this juicy yet grounding episode with you! It's such a beautiful testament to what we all have in common – our sexuality and connection to the divine. Be sure to tune in somewhere you can fully drop in since we REALLY go there in this episode! Connect with NoopFace on Instagram here Stream my new song “Divaneh” on Spotify or Apple here - https://highviberecords.fanlink.to/Divaneh Try your first 30 day trial full access/free at https://dipseastories.com/SAHARA To receive a free gift, email a screenshot of your review of the Highest Self Podcast to firstname.lastname@example.org Intro + Outro Music: Trust Flow Sahara Rose ft. WillyNoir Follow me your spiritual bestie to active your fullest expression + laugh along the way: https://www.Instagram.com/iamsahararose https://www.tiktok.com/@iamsahararose https://www.Facebook.com/iamsahararose Order My Books: https://www.iamsahararose.com/books By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the entire contents are the property of Sahara Rose, or used by Sahara Rose with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of the Sahara Rose, which may be requested by contacting email@example.com. This podcast is for educational purposes only. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein.
In one of the most interesting conversations we've ever had on the podcast, Forrest is joined by clinical psychologist Dr. Jacob Ham to explore what really helps people work with - and be with - trauma. They begin with Dr. Ham's background and what drew him to trauma work before Forrest asks him how he "conceptualizes" different kinds of traumatic experiences. Dr. Ham then takes them away from the conceptual, and toward the felt. They talk about cultivating a felt sense of connection, empathy as a way in to relationship, and the value of anger. Dr. Ham shares about his own process taking risks as a clinician, using parts work, moving away from the "false idol" of cognizing, and finding a unique way in for each individual.About our Guest: Dr. Jacob Ham is a clinical psychologist, Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai, and the Director of the Center for Complex Trauma. He was the therapist former podcast guest Stephanie Foo wrote about in her wonderful book What My Bones Know.You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:30: Jacob's background5:20: Cultivating a felt sense of connection vs. idolizing the concept of trauma11:00: A monastic, medical, and artistic approach13:00: Knowing our intentions, and feeling others' pain as a therapist18:00: Surrendering to overwhelming grief23:50: Love, vulnerability, and authenticity29:45: The value of anger, the energy it demands, and navigating it with humility34:45: Presence, and taking risks as a clinician40:40: How Jacob does parts work, and finding what works with each individual46:15: Staring at the finger that's pointing at the moon49:25: Does a good therapist need to have experienced trauma?52:30: Honoring our inner protectors, surrendering to pain, and knowing it won't last forever56:20: Shaping others' ability to help you, and processing trauma without professional help1:00:15: Tipping points and surrender1:04:15: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Start speaking a new language in just 3 weeks with Babbel! Get 55% off at Babbel.com/BEING.Zocdoc helps you find expert doctors and medical professionals that specialize in the care you need, and deliver the type of experience you want. Head to zocdoc.com/being and download the Zocdoc app for FREE.Factor delivers fresh, never-frozen, fully prepared meals right to your door. Head to factormeals.com/beingwell50 and use code beingwell50 to get 50% off. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Finally get that project off the ground with Squarespace! Head to squarespace.com/beingwell for a free trial, and when you're ready to launch use coupon code BEINGWELL to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
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