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The Selkie swims ashore at night, sheds her seal skin, hides it, and delights in her human form. In Celtic lore, she is the wild feminine soul, a creature of land and sea, innocent and beautiful, who cannot thrive in domesticity. In folklore, the seal-folk are discovered by humans. Their natural, joyous spirit, grace, and affection invite contact. Humans are drawn to them, but if they touch, parting is unbearable. Many a young man, desperate to maintain the life-giving embrace of nature, steals a Selkie's seal skin, locking her into a human form. Helpless, she is led into domesticity and motherhood. Isolated from the sea, in a role alien to her nature, the Selkie declines until her seal-skin is reclaimed. Called home to the sea, she leaves all behind and is restored to her true nature. The theft of the Selkie's skin is a kind of archetypal initiation. Our naive spirits are all too often robbed and captured through lack of foresight. We lose touch with our wild spirit as we accept our assigned social roles, accommodate the compromises of marriage, and forget what we once loved. Drained and disaffected, midlife may call us into our inner wilderness to renew and restore our original being. We lose our connection to life-giving instincts slowly. Attending the family alma mater, selecting a sensible career, and sacrificing our wildness to corporate culture can leave our souls withered. Deprived of the water of life, we may abandon everything once we find our true skin and smell the brine carried on the east wind. In the ancient stories, seal-folk were male and female, and either might find themselves trapped through naïve curiosity. For young men and women, innocence is unrewarded in the adult world and often leads us into harsh agreements that force us to abandon our intuition and accept domestication. We turn from our inner world and stare only at the culture. Deep desire is replaced by snacking on what has been advertised. Our uncouth delight is curated into meticulous etiquette. When we neglect the animal side, the unconscious tries to call us back. Injured animals surface in our dreams, along with roaring vague creatures that chase us and savage impulses prompting us to bite and claw. If we linger too long in alien domesticity, emptiness, exhaustion, and neglect may drive us to chew our way out of our current situation. But actions of last resort might be avoided by learning to listen to the wild one within. Carving out time in nature, setting unyielding boundaries, and questioning societal expectations are vital to our true nature. If we are sons and daughters of the open water, we need time off, solitude, and uninterrupted periods of self-reflection. Art, music, and poetry can call forward our seal-like nature, granting us deep relief. Listen to your seal-song and answer it. HERE'S THE DREAM WE ANALYZE: “I requested to present to local government an opportunity to help people out with repair and replacement of septic tanks if they couldn't afford it, including replacement of caps to prevent toddlers from falling in and drowning. The Chief Executive, an inexperienced and clueless fellow, introduced me to their new consultant, who looked just like the guy who played Prospero in my senior year production of The Tempest; I played Caliban. The guy was good-looking but a terrible actor who never studied and couldn't seem to memorize his lines. As the consultant to our local government, he informed me that to make any assistance possible for people in need, I'd have to first make a public presentation pledging I would worship Thanatos and Eros and that I would only award assistance to those who also swore their religious allegiance to Thanatos and Eros. I was outraged and stomped out. My friend, who is in the same field and with whom I often collaborate, sat in the audience calmly taking notes. I asked her if she would do it, and she said she didn't see any problem with it, which I thought was completely out of character, as she is a very principled woman who stands up to anything unethical. I woke up angry and a little confused.” MEET LISA IN COLUMBUS OHIO on October 13 & 14, 2023 The Power of Dreamwork – Friday Night Lecture (October 13 from 7 to 8:30 PM) and Saturday Workshop (October 14 from 9:30 AM to Noon): CLICK HERE. DREAM SCHOOL will teach you to interpret your dreams! BECOME OUR PATRON and keep This Jungian Life podcast up and running.
"What can I do today that my future self will thank me for 20 years from now?"— Ray Edwards In this episode of "Come Rain or Shine," I have an incredible conversation with Ray Edwards, a renowned copywriter and author. Ray opens up about his journey that has been filled with both success and setbacks. His resilience in the face of adversity is truly inspiring. Throughout our conversation, Ray shares about his career successes, lifechanging medical news, his latest book, and the valuable lessons he has learned along the way. Ray's passion for radio broadcasting began at a young age and ultimately led him to a successful career spanning over 30 years. However, he made a pivotal decision to transition into the world of copywriting online. With the ability to harness the power of words and persuasion, Ray became highly sought after and worked with influential figures like Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield. In 2011, Ray received a life-altering diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Initially keeping it hidden, he eventually had to face the reality and challenges it presented. As his health declined rapidly during the pandemic, Ray found himself in a dark place, questioning his beliefs and struggling to find solace in the methods that had once motivated him. It was during this low point that Ray made a profound decision to change his perspective and take ownership of his circumstances. He realized that reality couldn't be altered, but his response to it could. Drawing on his expertise as a copywriter, he wrote a sales letter to himself titled, "Read this or die a failure." This powerful letter became a catalyst for Ray's personal transformation. Throughout our conversation, Ray emphasized the importance of reevaluating our beliefs and finding better ones when faced with adversity. He challenged the conventional sources of motivation that had failed him and encouraged listeners to seek meaningful change within themselves. Ray notes that true transformation occurs when we change our response to circumstances rather than trying to change the circumstances themselves. Ray Edward's story is one of resilience, introspection, and personal growth. His ability to turn his darkest moments into opportunities for self-reflection and change is truly remarkable. His latest book, "Read this or Die," encapsulates his journey and serves as an inspiring call-to-action for those facing their own trials. If you're in need of a fresh perspective, this episode with Ray is a must-listen. Connect with Ray Edwards Order the Book Read This or Die Ray Edwards Website Connect with Dan: www.dancockerell.com About Dan - https://dancockerell.com/about/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dancockerell/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dancockerell/ Facebook - www.facebook.com/dancockerellspeaker Episode Highlights [00:02:09] Radio career, Parkinson's diagnosis, mental struggle, transformation [00:10:58] Humans tend to get caught up in the current of life. Remember to take action [00:12:43] Doing things now that future you appreciates. [00:17:54] Using empathy to help with the pain, pressure, and comments. [00:19:33] Open-mindedness and listening bring peace to disagreements [00:23:30] useful beliefs and appreciate life.
“The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well. Our food should be our medicine. Our medicine should be our food.” - Hippocrates Good health is key to living better, but why do many of us choose to ignore it? For most people, it takes a diagnosis or prognosis before they make well-being a priority. You do not need to suffer from a debilitating disease. If you are currently afflicted with one or simply want to enhance your health, then I urge you to spend three percent of your day listening to this episode. Today I will be talking to two of the best health practitioners, Christian Bates, and Dr. Bob Rakowski to give you new perspectives. It is important to take time and look at your health with a fresh pair of eyes. Christian Bates is an osteopath and naturopath who owns Perrymount Clinic, an award-winning osteopathy clinic. He has been dubbed by some as the baby whisperer. If you have crying babies, you can also get in touch with him at www.calmingcolic.com. Dr. Bob Rakowski, on the other hand, is a chiropractor, clinical nutritionist, and director of the Natural Medicine Center in Houston, Texas. You can likewise contact him through his Instagram and Facebook. It is time for a paradigm shift. The power to heal your body is within you. Take hold of your health now. Highlights: ⚡️ People want a comprehensive, natural, complete way of treating ailments delivered with a level of expertise and confidence. ⚡️ Humans have more heavy metals in their bodies that cause certain diseases. ⚡️ Every cell in the body must be in constant communication with each other in a healthy way. ⚡️ Talking right is a universal principle of all good relationships. ⚡️ People need to learn more about how the body can naturally heal itself. ⚡️ Depression is inability to construct the future. ⚡️ Ganoderma lucidum is the most medicinal alkaline food on the planet. Important stories:
This week's episode is sponsored by: Ready for some retail therapy with a side of laughter and community? Look no further than Erin.Lane's monthly live sales! Each sale features a fresh theme (think whimsical unicorns, sassy llamas, you name it!), and you'll be the first to snag brand spankin' new fabrics. Who knows, you might just find your new favorite bag too. Make sure to never miss a minute (or fabric) by signing up for the newsletter, and keep up with us in real time by with our Facebook community, Erin.Lane Bag Buddies. Bag buddies always get first access to new bags and fabrics, because who doesn't want to share the love of their besties? Have you ever had to frog because you forgot a step several rows back? Or lost your spot because you dropped your magnet board or lost track with your highlighter tape? Instead of wrestling with paper, use the knitCompanion app. It keeps you on track so you can knit more and frog less. knitCompanion works with ALL your patterns and is available for Apple, Android, and Kindle Fire Devices Are you feeling dis-GRUNT-eled about your stash? Are you browsing Insta-HAM looking for knitting inspiration? Is color "kind of a PIG deal" in your life? Oink Pigments offers over one hundred forty PIG-ture perfect colorways to make you SQUEAL with delight. For a limited time only, bring home the bacon with code KNITMORE and get fifteen percent off in-stock yarns and fibers at oinkpigments dot com. Shop soon, because these pigs will FLY! Seismic Yarn & Dyeworks, based just outside of San Francisco, CA, creates color for people who love bold, saturated yarn and fiber as well as for those who might be *a little* afraid of wearing color. We dye a large range of colorways from neon and black light/UV reactive colors all the way through to deep, rich semi-solid, tonal, and low contrast variegated colorways. Of course, we only use the softest and most exquisite bases! Seismic Yarn & Dyeworks - color to rock your world! One Minute Health Update: 4/5 Knitmores got Covid . Everyone has recovered On the Needles:(0:45) Gigi: Meadowlands 6 in the colorway Gnome finished second triangle, and third one - Jasmin is nearly finished with the Tanny Tank top (the other test knit for Ainur) arrived, : - Jasmin is making good progress on the Maxie's top test knit for Ainur Berkambayeva in Lisa Souza's Sylvie Silk in “Ruby" Events:(13:01) Fall Semester at West Valley College started. Attended one class meeting, missed the rest Rhinebeck - Saturday with the family, October Cognitive Fiber Retreat, Nov 11, Jasmin is teaching a Steeking workshop Congratulations to Lisa Woolfork on 200 episodes of Stitch Please wearyourtv.com Mother Knows Best :(25:14) Wasted College Degrees ? Howard Zinn The Peoples History Of The United States Let us know about alternative uses you have for your education When knitting Attacks:(38:41) Gigi: keeps finding yarn overs in garter stitch knitting J: Tanny tank: So easy, it's easy to mess up Knit more, know more:(43:03) A segment about Persian culture, history, or just generally cool stuff about Persian people. Protests are ongoing. Anniversary of Mahsa Amini's murder. Demonstrations in different cities - Humans of NY photo series And Sew On: (46:05) Gertie Sews Jiffy Dresses Patterns have different lines for different sizes ! J: Gigi's dress is hemmed, I need to add buttonholes and buttons on the cuffs, also order a custom zipper for it. My dress is next. J: Quilt for Rex's teacher, Flynn quilt frame sage J: Mood citrus dress cut J: Lucille Pants pattern traced, ready for muslin - Wanda Pencil Skirt pattern
Do you ever think meditation could help, but it's too hard or time-consuming? The calm and balance seem appealing, but you know your head's always going nonstop? The truth is, there is no right or wrong way to meditate, and the even better news is that you can do it using only a few minutes a day and still see major changes in your life. "3 minutes a day and you can transform your life." – (1:48), Lauren. “The only experiences we have are our five senses and our thoughts and imagination. Everything else is an inference.” – (3:16), Richard. “I can't tell you what chocolate is, you have to experience it.'" — (17:00), Richard. Listen as Richard Dixey helps you understand the power of meditation and the amazing impact it can have on your life! Learn how meditation allows you to refocus, gain perspective, and help move your life in a positive direction. So, if you've ever felt overwhelmed, short on time, or in need of some calm in the midst of chaos, this episode is for you. Learn how to break free from artificial barriers and the constant worry about others' opinions. Gain focus, balance, and even self-worth, not just finding calmness but also regaining your passion for people and meaningful connections. A great, easy, empowering listen as Lauren and Richard discuss how meditating just 3 minutes a day can improve the quality of your life. “People are getting less and less happy, and this is a profound problem that is directly addressed by meditation” – (7:14), Richard. “If we don't have any way of addressing the basic foundation of our lives. we will always feel like our lives are out of control.” – (15:00), Richard. In this episode: (2:00) – Why meditate? (4:53) – The internal map that you have inside you. (7:26) – The value you'll derive from meditation. (8:09) – Meditation that you can do easily. (9:16) – The benefits of meditation you can get in short time spans. (10:23) – Meditation can be better received once you understand it increases your self-worth. (12:29) – Meditation and subjectivity. (15:24) – How to take a time out. (16:07) – The two phases of meditation. (16:57) – Vipassana meditation (17:54) – Looking at a candle for three minutes as a one practice (18:40) – Humans are visually dominated, and why that's a good place to begin focusing attention. (20:47) – What you can get from 14 weeks of three-minute-a-day meditations. (21:54) – The calmness you're seeking is actually within, not away from, experiences. (23:19) – You can't do meditation wrong. (27:11) – Meditation and technology working together. (31:46) – How using common language allows you to connect with people better. (43:00) – Encouraging engagement is a benefit of the practice. Resources and Links 52 Weeks of Hope https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauren-abrams-83b8b421/ https://www.52weeksofhope.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyLA7Rb6E0PtKBhPGu1vcjA https://www.facebook.com/52weeksofhope/ https://www.instagram.com/52weeksofhope/ https://twitter.com/52weeksofhope Get your FREE Confidence and Clarity Growth Scorecard Richard Dixey https://www.richarddixey.com/ https://www.instagram.com/newworldlibrary/ https://www.facebook.com/richard.dixey.3
In this episode, we discuss the following topics: DID YOU KNOW: 4:35 - Humans & water 6:00 - Buffalo Soldier Topics 20:15 - Jeezy and Jeanie 24:45 - Rolling Stone Founder 34:50 - UAW Strike 44:15 - Police Cam 51:20 - Unclaimed Property 66:40 - Brick Lady Patreon: http://patreon.com/isthemicstillon Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/IsTheMicStillOn/ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/isthemicstillon Check Out More Dead End Podcast Network Programming Dead End Gaming: http://bit.ly/deadendgaming Frames Per Second: http://bit.ly/fpspodcast Chris Platte Strictly Hip-Hop and Strictly Hoop Talk: http://bit.ly/chrisplatte Any Given Sunday: http://bit.ly/anygivensundaypod Dead End Sports: http://bit.ly/deadendsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
By now you've heard of red-light-therapy. But we'd like to introduce to you a different kind of light therapy than what's currently trending in the fitness world. Jason Suntych joins us for an enlightening episode (pun intended) about the amazing discoveries his company has found involving light waves and athlete performance. With a heart for rodeo, Jason and his team are looking to improve the way human and animal athletes grow, recover, and perform. If you enjoy this episode, leave us a review and DM us any questions you have for Jason as we plan a follow-up episode. Show Notes: 0:00 | Introduction 5:35 | The Birth of XTi 11:50 | Light Therapy for Equine Athletes 16:45 | Humans are Light Malnourished 19:45 | Light: the Natural Anti-Depressant 28:10 | How to Use Light Therapy for Animals 42:05 | Anecdotes of Hair Regrowth Learn More: www.xti.us Discount Code: CHAMPIONLIVING Get a free fitness consult HERE: https://championlivingfitness.com/pages/athlete-form-sign-up We'd like to give a huge thanks to our partners! These folks believe in our mission to make rodeo a better place for everyone, please show them your support: Home Gym Equipment from GetRx'd GetRxd.com code: 10CHAMPION Icehole Coolers and drink ware: iceholecoolers.com code: CHAMPIONLIVING Learn More: Website: www.championlivingfitness.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/champion.living YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCibo-Tq2Jb6qiMBXTxnzPdw Champion Living Private Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/934793523869642 Beastmaster Rodeo Gear Visit: beastmasterrodeo.com Discount Code: championliving HOOEY caps, shirts, jeans and more: getyourhooey.com code: CHAMPIONLIVING
What makes microplastics so dangerous? Since they can contaminate such a wide range of environments, their impact cannot be underestimated. Press play to learn: A possible solution for microplastic contamination How photodegradation works The importance of naturalistic treatments Elodie Passeport, an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto, shares her work attempting to understand microplastics and how to break chemical bonds to combat their effect better. Microplastics are one of the most significant threats in the contamination of natural environments around the world. However, they are tricky to combat, so new solutions with a diminished impact on the treated environment are being developed. By implementing passive water treatment practices, a solution to the problem can be found through natural means. This is crucial since treating the problem while avoiding impacting the environment being treated is the key to successfully saving it. Visit https://civmin.utoronto.ca/home/about-us/directory/professors/elodie-passeport/ to learn more. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C Episode also available on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3FvZ2ot
Brought to you by TogetherLetters & Edgewise! In this episode: ‘Toy Story'-Themed Animated Simulcast Of NFL Game Set To Stream On Disney+ And ESPN+ Spotify launches 'daylist' because it knows your music taste varies throughout the day Single-bladed floating wind turbine promises half the cost, more power Scientists Invented a Super-Slippery Toilet That Nothing Sticks to Hallmark and Venmo will let people send cash with greeting cards Ring's new Pet Tag puts a QR code on your dog or cat's collar to help if they go missing Appeals Court Upholds Public.Resource.Org's Right to Post Public Laws and Regulations Online California lawmakers pass bill to make it easier to delete online personal data Google to pay $93m in settlement over deceptive location tracking Google says it can't fix Pixel Watches, please just buy a new one Google Bard AI Dips into Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube TikTok will fund Black Friday deals to take on Amazon Elon Musk says X may go behind a paywall for everyone so he can 'combat vast armies of bots' Billionaire Crypto Promoter Mark Cuban Lost Nearly $1M In Common Scam Instacart soars 40% in its trading debut Weird and Wacky: Coca-Cola launches beverage created with the help of artificial intelligence Crayola, beloved for its crayons, is now selling flowers Bear spotted at Disney World prompts closure of parts of Magic Kingdom US military asks the public for help finding its missing F-35 fighter jet after its pilot had to eject while training over South Carolina Tech Rec: Sanjay - Leviton Smart Switches Adam - iTailor --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/techtalkyall/message
We've never trusted the government, so why would we trust them now that they are telling us about UFO's and aliens? Who can you actually trust on this? First they lie to us for generations about roswell and every other alien story saying that its not true and now they allow "whistleblowers" to talk about it in the Senate? Something isnt adding up! Keep that third eye open!Click Here For The Deep Share PodcastTo inquire about a Past life regression session, email us---> firstname.lastname@example.orgTo find the Meta Mysteries Podcast---> https://open.spotify.com/show/6IshwF6qc2iuqz3WTPz9Wv?si=3a32c8f730b34e79For an A+ Travel Agent, contact Allyn at-- https://www.yourmagicaldestinations.com/allyn.htmlSign up for our Patreon go to-> Patreon.com/cultofconspiracypodcastThe Deep Share PodcastSign up for our Rokfin go to -->Rokfin.com/cultofconspiracy--->For all of your Cult of Conspiracy needs! Including discounts to Adam&Eve & MERCH! Go to -> https://linktr.ee/cultofconspiracyThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5700337/advertisement
A cautionary tale and a call to action for the digital age as we reimagine—perhaps even redefine—the relationship between technology and talent in cybersecurity.________This fictional story represents the results of an interactive collaboration between Human Cognition and Artificial Intelligence.Enjoy, think, share with others, and subscribe to "The Future of Cybersecurity" newsletter on LinkedIn.Sincerely, Sean Martin and TAPE3________Sean Martin is the host of the Redefining CyberSecurity Podcast, part of the ITSPmagazine Podcast Network—which he co-founded with his good friend Marco Ciappelli—where you may just find some of these topics being discussed. Visit Sean on his personal website.TAPE3 is the Artificial Intelligence for ITSPmagazine, created to function as a guide, writing assistant, researcher, and brainstorming partner to those who adventure at and beyond the Intersection Of Technology, Cybersecurity, And Society. Visit TAPE3 on ITSPmagazine.
Discover the astonishing secret that transformed a New York City startup's marketing strategy overnight. In a world saturated with uninspiring products, one man unlocked the power of primal storytelling and revolutionized the way businesses connect with their audience. Brace yourself for a mind-bending journey as we explore the incredible results of Anthony Butler's extraordinary experiment. Prepare to be captivated by the untold story behind his triumph, but be warned, the shocking twist will leave you craving for more. About Anthony Butler:Anthony Butler is the founder of the digital marketing agency Can-Do Ideas and the author of Primal Storytelling, Marketing for Humans. He is a highly regarded expert in brand storytelling and digital marketing. Anthony graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and the US Army Ranger School. He is a combat veteran and commanded an infantry company in Iraq during the invasion of Baghdad. He is also a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu blackbelt and currently resides in Montana with his wife and two sons. In this episode, Dean Newlund and Anthony Butler discuss how to:Explore the transformative power of narrative-based marketing carved from our primal inclinations.Discover the essential quartet of story frameworks that can enrich your brand identity.Learn how prioritizing human relationships over SEO could redefine your digital marketing approach.Gain insights from successful storytelling examples spanning a wide spectrum of industries.Weigh the merits and drawbacks of employing Chat GPD for your writing needs. "Instead of writing for search engines, let's create stories that are specifically for our audience to inform them about who we are, tell them where we're coming from, and what we're trying to do. So they're on board with us. They connect with us in a human way.” — Anthony Butler Connect with Anthony Butler: Website URL: www.primalstorytelling.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalstorytellingInstagram: @anthonylbutler (https://www.instagram.com/anthonylbutler/) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthony-butler-964b404/ Connect with Dean:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgqRK8GC8jBIFYPmECUCMkwWebsite: https://www.mfileadership.com/The Mission Statement E-Newsletter: https://www.mfileadership.com/blog/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deannewlund/Twitter: https://twitter.com/deannewlundFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MissionFacilitators/Email: email@example.comPhone: 1-800-926-7370 Show notes by Podcastologist: Hanz Jimuel Alvarez Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
In every manmade job, place, and activity, design plays a pivotal role in shaping our experiences. Sadly, many designs miss the mark by neglecting the profound psychosocial impact they wield. This is where Dr. Sara Pazell steps in. As a dynamic design strategist, she empowers companies across industries to embrace human-centered work by integrating designs that ensure not only functionality but transformative success.Dr. Pazell is the managing director and principal consultant at Viva Health at Work and podcaster of WhyWork. At Viva, Sara leads companies to find solutions for human factors and ergonomics design across industries like mining, transportation, healthcare, retail, finance, food and beverage, sport and fitness, and government organizations. In this episode, Dart and Sara discuss:- The job of a work design strategist- Ergonomics and human factors in design- Why companies should consider psychosocial factors in design- The 7 principles of a human-centered organization- How to generate excitement and engagement when designing work- Improving design using failure modes analysis (in reverse)- How to contextualize design for success- The best and worst ways to generate new ideas- And other topics…Dr. Sara Pazell is a principal work design strategist, WhyWork podcaster, and managing director and principal consultant at Viva Health at Work. At Viva Health at Work, Sara leads companies in finding solutions for human factors and ergonomics design and work practices across industries like mining, transportation, healthcare, retail, finance, food and beverage, sport and fitness, and government organizations.In the past, Dr. Pazell has served as a healthcare professional, an executive business manager for health and surgical care facilities, and a trainer for business, leadership, and health and fitness training companies. She has helped publish various case studies and articles around work design and received her Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Queensland, where she is an Industry Fellow.Resources mentioned:International Ergonomics Association: https://iea.cc/ Human Factors and Ergonomics Society: https://www.hfes.org/ Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia: https://www.ergonomics.org.au/Charted Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors: https://ergonomics.org.uk/ Jobs to Be Done, by Jim Kalbach: https://www.amazon.com/Jobs-Be-Done-Playbook-Organization/dp/1933820683 How Buildings Learn, by Stewart Brand: https://www.amazon.com/How-Buildings-Learn-Happens-Theyre/dp/0140139966 Connect with Sara:Viva Health at Work: https://vivahealthgroup.com.au/ WhyWork Podcast: https://whywork.com.au
Do you ever feel like you're missing part of yourself? Humans are constantly on the lookout for their dream mate, their twin flame, their other half. What is that about? Why are we not "whole" to begin with? In this third and final episode of my esoteric series with Rudi Verspoor, we will be exploring the great polarities of life: the forces of love, resonance and attraction that power our universe. Rudi teaches us about the true origin of consciousness from ancient scriptures, how the law of attraction differs from the law of resonance, what our current society's gender dysphoria is all about, and why being heathy is the only way to distinguish illusion from reality and achieve self-actualization. Rudi will also let us in on the #1 sign that you are existing as a programmed ego structure and not your TRUE self. This one's deep, my friends! Buckle in and get ready to understand your world in a COMPLETELY new way! Rudi Verspoor is the Dean of the Hahnemann Center for Heilkunst and Homeopathy and has been studying and practicing homeopathy, Heilkunst, and Romantic Science Healthcare for more than two decades. He has extensive clinical experience that has resulted in the ability to identify and remove underlying causes preventing optimal health and wellbeing, particularly those relating to complex and chronic cases where other health professionals and modalities have failed, including allopathic, functional and holistic health professionals! He has written several books and has shared his knowledge lecturing in many countries around the globe. From 1993 to early 2001, he served as the Director of the British Institute of Homeopathy Canada. Seeing the need for more comprehensive education and training in Heilkunst, he established the Hahnemann College for Heilkunst and the School for Romantic Science and Healthcare. If you love Rudi Verspoor and haven't heard our previous episodes together, go listen to 175. Healing The Energetic Body & Increasing Your Generative Power with Homeopathy and Rudi Verspoor, Part I and 184. Be the Author of Your Life! Destiny, Reincarnation & Karma with Rudi Verspoor, Part II You can find more about Rudi at: www.homeopathy.com and www.MyHealthPlan.Center and access Rudi's wonderful authored works on Amazon! TIME STAMPS 00:00:00 Episode Begins 00:11:23 An Important Preface 00:16:34 Leaving Eden 00:21:34 Physical and Etheric Polarity 00:28:04 The Secret to Building a Resonant Relationship 00:32:09 Challenging the Masculine/Feminine Polarity 00:39:03 The Secret to Discerning Reality from Illusion 00:46:54 A New Kind of Slavery 00:53:26 We Are Asleep 00:59:25 The Feminine Mind 01:06:41 Increasing Your Generative Power 01:09:22 Becoming Whole 01:14:50 Attraction vs Resonance 01:20:46 Procreation to Co-Creation 01:27:38 The Struggle of Atheism 01:32:17 Conclusion 01:36:26 Rudi's Resources Subscribing and sharing your kind thoughts & feedback in a review on iTunes is the ultimate way to support Amy and help Awakening Aphrodite in everyone...so thank you in advance!:) You can find all things Amy at: amyfournier.com Jump on Amy's email list where she shares her personal stuff and her newest health and wellness tips and favorite products, classes, course and events updates. For special discounts on Amy's favorite products, visit her estore. We appreciate and encourage you to reach out and interact with us by leaving a comment, following and sharing the episodes at @FitAmyTV on IG and Amy Fournier on FB and remember, you can also watch the episodes on YouTube at Awakening Aphrodite Podcast/FitAmyTV!
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Angela welcomes Morgan T. Nelson, a life and business strategist who achieved financial freedom at the age of 23. Morgan shares his inspiring journey from a troubled past filled with drugs and depression to creating a life by design. Morgan also discusses the power of visualisation, belief, and making a 100% commitment to one's dreams, allowing you to begin overcoming obstacles on your way to success. KEY TAKEAWAYS The people you surround yourself with have a significant impact on your success. Choose to be around individuals who have similar goals and values. Determine the vehicle that will help you achieve your goals, whether it's starting a business, investing, or improving your health. Choose a vehicle that aligns with your vision. Action is crucial in turning your vision into reality. Take consistent and intentional steps towards your goals, and be willing to adapt and overcome obstacles along the way. Don't settle for 99% commitment. Give your goals and dreams your full commitment and effort. When you are fully committed, you will be more likely to achieve success. BEST MOMENTS "If you surround yourself with people that have a similar goal, financial freedom, success, health, if you want to get the best health of your life, you're sure as hell not going to go and make friends with everybody down at the local pub." "All beliefs are completely made up. So if we're going to make up beliefs, why not believe in yourself?" "Humans, when they're absolutely clear on their outcome, they will just use their own problem-solving skills and quickly figure out the way around the obstacle and get to the right outcome." "The second time when they weren't clear on their outcome, the obstacle became the problem and it took them out of the game. They got distracted." VALUABLE RESOURCES Join The High Performance Health Community Take My Biohacking Quiz and Get A Free Personalised Report - www.yourtotalhealthcheck.comBecome an Insider of The Female Biohacker Collective and have Angela as Your Health Coach in Your Pocket - www.femalebiohacker.comFree Fasting Guide - www.angelafosterperformance.com/fastingPodcast Shownotes - www.angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts To take advantage of our Biostack special offer go to https://biostacklabs.com/pages/angela To express your interest in the Biosyncing program go to angelafoster.me/biosyncing Morgan T Nelson – www.morgantnelson.com ABOUT THE GUEST Morgan T Nelson is a 29 year old Gold Coast local who went from being emotionally and financially broke at the of 21 to financially free at 23. He has shared the stage with people like Dr. John Demartini and Joel Brown from Addicted2Success. He is the founder of the Dream Out Loud Method - a 3 day transformational program designed to help millennials break through in all areas of their life, destroy fear, gain clarity and certainty in their lives and build their dream life. He has a huge passion for helping other young people find their purpose and live out their true potential by helping those, with a burning desire, create a world class standard of living in all areas of their life ABOUT THE HOST Angela Foster is an award winning Nutritionist, Health & Performance Coach, Speaker and Host of the High Performance Health podcast. A former Corporate lawyer turned industry leader in biohacking and health optimisation for women, Angela has been featured in various media including Huff Post, Runners world, The Health Optimisation Summit, BrainTap, The Women's Biohacking Conference, Livestrong & Natural Health Magazine. Angela is the creator of BioSyncing®️ a blueprint for ambitious entrepreneurial women to biohack their health so they can 10X how they show up in their business and their family without burning out. Angela's BioSyncing®️ Blueprint is currently closed. Click here to get on the waitlist. She is also the founder of The Female Biohacker Collective - the health coaching membership in your pocket - with monthly live masterclasses, coaching calls and biohacking toolkits. To find out more and become a member, click here. The High Performance Health Podcast is a top rated global podcast. Each week, Angela brings you a new insight, biohack or high performance habit to help you unlock optimal health, longevity and higher performance. Hit the follow button to make sure you get notified each time Angela releases a new episode. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram Facebook LinkedInThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
“The difference between a good life and a bad life is how well you walk through fire.” ~ Carl JungThis Habits 2 Goals episode is FREE for ALL subscribers. The next 28-DAY BREAKTHROUGH! program begins 10/3/23!Learn more here —» The 28-Day Breakthrough!What if a key difference between the successful person and the unsuccessful person was how well they navigate life's difficulties?The fact is, nobody escapes life's challenges.Yet, we all know people who seem to complicate matters when things get tough. They react rather than respond.What's the difference?Animals, babies, and small children REACT.Humans have the capacity to RESPOND.By pausing, an emotionally mature adult can (more often than not), direct their response – tailor it – toward a desirable outcome.Meanwhile, reacting often compounds problems.Think of the people who seem to have drama follow them everywhere; work, home, events, relationships, etc.The collective drama isn't a random coincidence. Rather, it's the source of compounding troubles; and constant reactions.One poor reaction after another.Jack Canfield offered an important formula in his “Success Principles” book:E + R = OEvent + Response = OutcomeResponding is what emotionally mature adults do most of the time.As human BEINGS, we get to choose how we'd like to BE (act).You are the only creature in the world that can step outside of your “3 Circles of Behavior Echo-System,” assess and even design it.Consider that for a moment. No other creature can do this.Humans can ask: Is my environment conducive for my goals?Are my behaviors, habits and skills conducive for my goals?Is my thinking – the stories running through my head – conducive for my goals?That's what the spotlight represents, your AWARENESS.To access it, PRESS PAUSE.Are you responding in a way that guides you through life's challenges better — to help you toward your goals and ideals? Or, are you reacting?Maybe it's time to press pause and begin responding more.Enjoy the show!The next 28-DAY BREAKTHROUGH! program begins 10/3/23!Learn more here —» The 28-Day Breakthrough!*Recently Awarded: “Finalist: Self-help, Motivation”International Book Awards: EVERYTHING is a F*cking STORY.Visit https://thehabitfactor.com/templatesTo learn more about P.A.R.R., just Google “P.A.R.R. and The Habit Factor.”Get The Habit Factor® FREE with your audible trial! https://audibletrial.com/habits2goalsFeedspot's “Top 10 Habit Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021”New listeners, grab your free habits 2 goals tracking template here: https://thehabitfactor.com/templatesFREE copy of As a Man Thinketh (PDF) right here: As a Man ThinkethSubscribe iTunes here! Subscribe: Android This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit habits2goals.substack.com/subscribe
Happy Monday, friends! In Episode 88, we talk about 7 Traits of Formidable Humans and those that we would like to emulate. I created Monday Motivational Minute to give you a small piece of encouragement to start your week. I spent most of my life with anxiety Sunday night, just dreading having to wake up the next day UNTIL I decided I wasn't losing 1/7th of my week anymore. Download My Fitness App for FREE for 7-Days: https://join.lucymvmt.app/ Learn More About Lucy: https://linktr.ee/lucymvmt Follow Me: Instagram: @lucymvmt TikTok: @lucymvmt_ Save & Support Me: 10% Off Your Dynamic Pursuit Protein, Pre-Workout, Protein, or Creatine with Code "LUCY" 10% Off Your Vivo Barefoot Shoes with Code "LUCY10".
Turntable designer John Stratton founded Pure Fidelity with the aim of creating "heirloom quality" turntables for audio enthusiasts. John discusses his design choices and how we can make the most of our existing turntables and audio systems. How John started making turntables Materials for turntables make a huge difference Determining woods for turntable plinths Comparing wood and stone for turntables Variations in turntables with same woods Tips for all turntable owners to improve sound Keep vibrations away from turntables What impact does the turntable matt have? How do record weights impact record audio? Do record weights cause stress on turntable belts? Why have a 2nd belt on a turntable? Humans can discern variations in speed Comparing belts to direct drive and idler wheels Moving magnet v moving coil Impact of tone arms to the audio signal Straight v s-shaped tone arms Does tone arm length matter much? Proper turntable setup can improve sound dramatically Do we need to invest in expensive cables? The variation and inconsistency of records Records that John tests turntables with How would John improve his turntable with unlimited budget? Speed control outside the plinth but motor is in The ruby bearing of Pure Fidelity Interview wrap up Extended, Commercial-Free & High Resolution version of this podcast is available at: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8
Today I'm talking about People Pleasing. Most of the time when we talk about People pleasing, it's in a negative context…but, you may not have ever considered it this way before, but it comes naturally to us! We are built to please other people. Humans are social creatures, it's wired into our DNA. It's part of our genetic makeup that comes from our evolution. In primitive times, our survival depended on our ability to get along with each other. Remember our brain is designed to keep us safe and alive. Safety comes from staying in the pack or herd. So, it's really natural for us to want other people to like us, that means in a survival situation people might be willing to share food or shelter with us. If people like us, It means that we might be able to mate and procreate, and the human species will continue to thrive. Get the full show notes and learn more about my coaching here: https://www.ldsdivorce.com/86
In our discussion on tanagers and peacocks, we examine the ability of female birds to perceive the beauty of their male counterparts. To analyze this concept, we draw upon situational aesthetics and objective beauty standards.
Humans in space, Bees on earth and Kim in Russia. Telling jokes about these things: Andy Zaltzman (now officially sexy), Chris Addison and Alice Fraser.PLUS: Become the owner of an exclusive episode of The Bugle, on 12 inch vinyl! Become a premium member NOW! https://www.thebuglepodcast.com/donateThis episode was presented and written by:Andy ZaltzmanAlice FraserChris AddisonAnd produced by Chris Skinner and Laura Turner Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What is emotional baggage, and how does it affect our relationships? Emotional baggage is the remaining residue of trauma on our lives, whether from traumatic events (e.g., physical assault) or in a broader sense (e.g., relational trauma). It can become an ongoing part of what we carry with us into new relationships. We unwittingly take it into new relationships and begin to recreate or re-experience the same thing again and again, reinforcing the trauma-based beliefs we have formed in our thinking, causing them to grow and self-justify. Think of Linus's blanket in the Peanuts cartoons. What are you dragging with you into your new relationships? Emotional baggage does not define you. Trauma does not define you. Just as having a sleeping bag placed on top of you does not make you a sleeping bag, having traumatic baggage placed on you does not redefine you as the baggage itself. This means (among other things) that you can make choices that impact how much power your emotional baggage has as your life continues. Toward this end, Cinthia offers a checklist of questions to consider when entering a new relationship: Am I willing to take time to heal (e.g., feel the difficult feelings, process them, etc.), or am I hoping this relationship will be the healing element? (The latter is dangerous.) Am I learning to listen to my gut, or am I listening to the woundedness? Have I felt what I am feeling before this? What is being triggered here? Am I putting on a persona with this person, or am I acting like myself? Have I forgiven myself and my exes for what happened in past relationships, or am I carrying some of it with me? Am I facing/exploring patterns in my own life and getting to know myself honestly? Am I willing to courageously change the things that need to be changed, or am I hoping the relationships will change them for me? Would I want to be with me? Do I like spending time with myself? If not, what do I need to change or accept so that I can present myself honestly with another person and not inflict something on them that I would not want inflicted on me? What do I do when I am being triggered? When do I get triggered, and what triggers me? What will I do if I encounter a concerning situation with this person? What are my options? (Learn to ask yourself, “Does that baggage actually belong to me?” Another person's behavior may not be about you, and you need to know where you end and they begin. Cinthia emphasized that it is ok to leave a date early, and you can even be gracious about it. You do not have to lie or agree to see him/her again. Learn to utilize self-talk, grounding, breathing, relaxing, identifying your choices, slowing things down -- Stay with yourself. Own your choices and options, and recognize that theirs are not yours. Practice learning to say, “I don't think we are a match,” “I need to leave now,” etc.) Recognizing baggage is the first step to overcoming it. Here are some tips for doing so: First, acknowledge the emotion. Are you feeling sad, mad, glad, or scared? If you are confused, you may be feeling a mix of these. Identify the feelings, and do not blame yourself for feeling them. Learn to say, “I am feeling this. What is triggering it?” Then ask yourself whether there is any true information in the feeling. Feelings are very real but do not always come with true thoughts and information. Allow yourself to feel the emotion without necessarily believing everything it tells you. Second, face the feelings. Maya Angelou said, “History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived but, if faced with courage, need not be lived again.” Will you choose courage to face your fears, mistakes, and hurts, to take the journey you need to take? This process can be like an archaeological dig, per Laurie Allender, LCSW, and her partner Bob Hollender. First, unearth things intentionally and conscientiously. Go back and look at them. To “understand” is to stand under something and look at it, to observe what you can learn from it. Then unravel them. Look without judgement at how the things influence you. Unlock things. Share your story with people who are safe and trustworthy. Learn to forgive. Take responsibility for yourself and your part. Recognize what you resent, what generalizations you have made. This is not about blaming yourself, but about empowering yourself to have more control in the future. Forgive your ex and yourself; for some, one of these may be easier than the other. Turn problems into solutions. Turn the focus away from what you did and toward what you want for the future. Let go of the old, and allow for the new. Look for evidence that it can be different in the new relationship, etc. You can contribute to what is being created now. Humans were made to be with one another. You were made to be loved. Deal with your baggage so it does not dictate the story of your current or future relationships.
This episode is brought to you by Timeline Nutrition and LMNT. Do you want to live to 100? Does having a long, healthy, and meaningful life even sound possible these days? Listen in as Dr. Gladys McGarey, MD, an inspiring centenarian, shares her invaluable wisdom on how to have a fulfilling existence, moving forward through life's darkest moments, and her contributions to the holistic medicine profession. She illuminates us with her insights on recognizing our unique place in the world by seeking "the light". Her perspectives are not just about survival but about truly thriving and healing. Her thought-provoking talk on physical activity and how it has been an integral part of her longevity will make you rethink your daily movement goals. Dr. Gladys McGarey is a renowned medical pioneer who has dedicated her life to exploring the possibilities of medicine and educating people about Living Medicine. As the only female cofounder of the American Holistic Medical Association in 1977, Dr. Gladys has gained global recognition for her groundbreaking contributions. With her profound knowledge and visionary insights, she continues to lead the way in the next paradigm shift in medicine. Dr. Gladys has authored four books and has spoken at TEDx, showcasing her extraordinary wisdom. Follow Gladys @begladmd Follow Chase @chase_chewning ----- In this episode, you will learn... Why Dr. Gladys McGarry emphasizes the significance of finding purpose daily as a crucial aspect of a fulfilling life. The role of laughter, love, and positivity: The episode shares the insight of facing adversities with a positive attitude, finding joy in simple things and harnessing the power of love for healing and living a fulfilling life. Physical activity and its link to longevity: Dr. McGarry explains the integral role of physical activity The Five L's for a fulfilling life: Love, Life, Laughter, Labor, and Listening for a satisfying life. Humans as caregivers of the earth: Gladys explains the importance of recognizing our role as caregivers of the earth, prompting listeners to reevaluate their daily habits and behaviors towards the environment. ----- Episode resources: Get Dr. Gladys McGarey's book The Well-Lived Life Watch and subscribe on YouTube Save 10% on MitoPure with code EVERFORWARD at https://www.TimelineNutrition.com/everforward Get a FREE variety pack of Recharge electrolyte drink mix with any purchase at https://www.DrinkLMNT.com/everforward
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1 He came to Derbe and then to Lystra, where a disciple named Timothy lived, whose mother was a Jewess and a believer, but whose father was a Greek. 2 The brothers at Lystra and Iconium spoke well of him. 3 Paul wanted to take him along on the journey, so he circumcised him because of the Jews who lived in that area, for they all knew that his father was a Greek. 4 As they traveled from town to town, they delivered the decisions reached by the apostles and elders in Jerusalem for the people to obey. 5 So the churches were strengthened in the faith and grew daily in number. (NIV 84) ABOUT THE LESSON "The Dechurching of America" - we are currently experiencing the largest and fastest religious shift in the history of our country, as about 40 million formerly regular Christian worshippers have decided they no longer desire to attend church at all. This accounts for around 16 percent of our adult population. Definition of spiritual formation - the process of being conformed to the image of Christ for the sake of others (Invitation to a Journey: A Roadmap for Spiritual Formation, Robert Mullholand). Agape - this is the highest form of love. It is the love modeled by Jesus to his disciples. It is a selfless, sacrificial, and serving love. In the KJV Bible, the word is translated as "charity" when it refers to one Christian showing it to another Christian. WHY GIVE CHURCH A SECOND CHANCE? Because of the need for community: give people a second chance. Because of the life of conformity: give the process a second chance. Because of the outcome of charity: give the possibility a second chance. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS What do you think about this movement in our country that has been called the "dechurching of America?" Have you experienced hurt or had negative experiences in the church? Have you had to give church a second chance? Humans are created by God with a need for community. How have you seen this to be true in your life? Discuss both the difficulty and the importance of community. What do you think about the above definition of spiritual formation? Discuss specifically the phrase "for the sake of others." Jesus says that we should love each other as He has loved us. It is the highest form of love. What are some examples of how you have experienced this kind of love through the church?
LIEBERMAN SAYS: We live in a world where everyone knows that exercise is good for you, and yet the vast majority of people have a hard time doing it. According to government statistics, only about a quarter of Americans actually exercise in their leisure time. For me, it's clear we're asking people to choose to do something that's inherently abnormal in the sense that we evolved not to do it. Humans evolved to move. We evolved to be physically active. But exercise is a special kind of physical activity. It's voluntary physical activity for the sake of health and fitness. Until recently, nobody did that. In fact, it would be a kind of a crazy thing to do because if you're a very active hunter-gatherer, for example, or a subsistence farmer, it wouldn't make sense to spend any extra energy going for a needless five-mile jog in the morning. It doesn't help you. In fact, it actually takes away precious calories from other priorities. All in all, humans have these deep-rooted instincts to avoid unnecessary physical activity, because until recently it was beneficial to avoid it. Now, we judge people as lazy if they don't exercise. But they're not lazy. They're just being normal.RESOURCES: https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2021/01/daniel-lieberman-busts-exercising-myths/GET AN OCCASIONAL PERSONAL EMAIL FROM ME: www.makeyourdamnbedpodcast.comTUNE IN ON INSTAGRAM FOR COOL CONTENT: www.instagram.com/mydbpodcastOR BE A REAL GEM + TUNE IN ON PATREON: www.patreon.com/MYDBpodcastOR WATCH ON YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/juliemerica The opinions expressed by Julie Merica and Make Your Damn Bed Podcast are intended for entertainment purposes only. Make Your Damn Bed podcast is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/make-your-damn-bed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Stephen Sackur speaks to the acclaimed Israeli historian and author Yuval Noah Harari. Having given us an explanation of the success of humankind in his book Sapiens, he's now in darker territory. From Israel to the United States, he says democracy is in danger. Are humans losing the ability to trust and co-operate?
Glenn Stanton, director of Global Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family, goes through the latest data about climate change to parse fact and fiction about whether humans are the worst thing for the environment.For more links and resources, visit: https://doctordoctor.org/episode201encore/------www.spokestreet.comwww.cathmed.orgFacebook: @DoctorDoctorShowInstagram: @DoctorDoctorShowSubscribe:iTunes | Google Play | Spotify | RSS
This Sunday, September 17, is International Microorganism Day and we're celebrating by talking about brewer's yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Humans have been putting this yeast to work since ancient times to make wine, beer and bread but what exactly is it?
What makes for a happy retirement? According to Merrill Lynch, “Only 51% of 25–34 year olds say that they often feel happy compared to 76% of people ages 65–74.” So what makes them happy? An article entitled “Why 72% of Retirees Are Happy” talks about three financial traits and six non-financial traits of happy retirees. What are these 9 traits? Find out what they are—and if you're implementing them—in this episode of Best in Wealth. [bctt tweet="What are the 9 traits of a happy retirement? I'll fill you in on the secret in this episode of Best in Wealth! #wealth #retirement #investing #PersonalFinance #FinancialPlanning #RetirementPlanning #WealthManagement" username=""] Outline of This Episode [1:05] What things make you happy? [5:19] 3 financial traits that make for a happy retirement [8:44] 6 non-financial traits of happy retirees [17:07] Why planning your retirement is important 3 financial traits that make for a happy retirement Fritz from The Retirement Manifesto grabbed his information from a book called “What the Happiest Retirees Know: 10 Habits for a Healthy, Secure, and Joyful Life.” What are the three traits? Having at least $500,000 in liquid assets: The book must be a bit older because most people want at least $1 million of liquid assets. Most should strive for $2 million or more, depending on your retirement plan. Fill in the blank: What should your number be? Having your mortgage paid off: I work with countless retirees. This definitely makes for a happier retiree. It's a large burden lifted off your shoulders. But, if you refinanced at a low rate, it might not be in your best interest to pay off your mortgage immediately. Why? You could receive a higher interest rate by putting that money in a money market or high-yield savings account. Having multiple streams of income: If you have liquid assets, it counts as an income stream. Social security is another source. Perhaps you have a pension. What about annuities or rental income? Multiple income streams are imperative. What do you think of this list? [bctt tweet="There are 3 financial traits that will make for a happy retirement. What are they? Listen to episode #230 of Best in Wealth to find out! #wealth #retirement #investing #PersonalFinance #FinancialPlanning #RetirementPlanning #WealthManagement" username=""] 6 non-financial traits of happy retirees What non-financial traits will make you happier in retirement? Curiosity: Those who have a variety of hobbies and interests tend to be happier. It keeps you busy. Curiosity leads you to try new things. Purpose: According to “What the Happiest Retirees Know,” 97% of retirees with a strong sense of purpose were generally happy compared with 76% without that same sense. You have to figure out what your purpose in retirement is. What is near and dear to you? Social connections: Humans need relationships. Retirees who are not married are 4.5x more likely to be unhappy. If you're single, you need to build relationships—and many of them. Put yourself out there and try new things to meet people. The number of friends a retiree has is more correlated with...
Connectivity is Important for Humans; And God
This episode features two humans from one of our new favorite podcasts called F*ck Yeah. We shamelessly discuss everything from what we've learned from past relationships, moving on after breakups and divorce (and cheating/affairs), our latest and hottest sexual revelations, non-monogamy, and so much more. Not only is this episode extra special as it was recorded by four badass podcasters poolside while sipping wine in bathing suits, but also because we at Shameless Sex forgot some of our recording equipment, so we all had to share one mic! Enjoy! About our guests: Sarah Tomchesson and Robin Jennings, co-hosts of the bold, feminist podcast F*ck Yeah, have spent most of their adult lives advocating for sexual liberation through their sex ed work, their art, and how they live their lives. With the help of experts (and all-around interesting people, they are on a mission to disrupt traditional ideas about sexuality, intimate relationships, the patriarchy, parenthood, and femininity. F*ck Yeah tackles topics ranging from sex-positive parenting to leather families with irreverence, nuance, compassion and curiosity. Follow @fuckyeahpod to join the search for radical (self) acceptance as we explore taboos and the beautifully messy parts of this human experience. And be sure to subscribe, follow and listen to F*ck Yeah on your favorite podcast app
Welcome back to your favorite Indie Genre Podcast! This week Zane and Joe bring the heat with a special "Livescreamers" episode with writer/director Michelle Iannantuono and actors Michael Smallwood and Evan Michael Pearce. This film did NOT disappoint and the acting, directing and effects are superb; Michelle and the cast have done some amazing things! As a special bonus before the livescreaming begins your earbuds will get a special treat with some short live interviews done at GenreBlast including Jamal Hodge, Tim Troemner, Jeremy Herbert, Mike Lombardo, Chris Warner and last but certainly not least Joe Reilly. All of these people have put together some amazing stuff so if you get the chance to see or read their stuff, DO IT!
0:00 Intro 7:52 Shoplifting 18:30 Evil Tim Cook 47:15 Serious Consequences 1:00:25 Interview with Prof. Michel Chossudovsky - #California citizens VOTED for increased crime, #shoplifting and lawlessness - New #COVID #vaccines only tested on 8 mice (and zero humans) - Jonathan Emord telethon begins Monday on Brighteon TV at 3 pm Eastern - Providence Hospital system imposes draconian VACCINE MANDATES on its 120,000 employees - YouTube censors videos exposing #Ukraine #Nazis but allows US Nazis - Bastyon will be used as an emergency comms system if internet KILL SWITCH activated - Putin warns UK leaders over attempted sabotage of nuclear power plants in #Russia - Apple wants to shut down all photosynthesis and commit planetary #GENOCIDE - CEO Tim Cook is an eco-terrorist who now threatens every living human being on Earth - Full interview with Prof. Michel Chossudovsky from the Centre for Research on Globalization For more updates, visit: http://www.brighteon.com/channel/hrreport NaturalNews videos would not be possible without you, as always we remain passionately dedicated to our mission of educating people all over the world on the subject of natural healing remedies and personal liberty (food freedom, medical freedom, the freedom of speech, etc.). Together, we're helping create a better world, with more honest food labeling, reduced chemical contamination, the avoidance of toxic heavy metals and vastly increased scientific transparency. ▶️ Every dollar you spend at the Health Ranger Store goes toward helping us achieve important science and content goals for humanity: https://www.healthrangerstore.com/ ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: https://www.naturalnews.com/Readerregistration.html ▶️ Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport ▶️ Join Our Social Network: https://brighteon.social/@HealthRanger ▶️ Check In Stock Products at: https://PrepWithMike.com
Keeping the focus on the human element of ethics and compliance can help E&C programs move from “cop” to “coach.” But what does that look like in practice? In this episode of the Principled Podcast, host Susan Divers talks about the importance of humanizing ethics and compliance with Adam Balfour, the author of Ethics & Compliance for Humans. Listen in as the two discuss best practices that Adam has used over the course of his E&C career, managing regional and global ethics and compliance programs as well as leading areas of global risk management and privacy. For a full transcript of this podcast, visit the episode page at LRN.com. Guest: Adam Balfour Adam Balfour is on a mission to help make ethics and compliance more relatable and relevant for his fellow human beings. He likes to design ethics and compliance programs that employees can actually relate to, engage with and find useful. Originally from Scotland, Adam worked for a number of years as an attorney for two international law firms in New York before moving to Nashville, Tennessee to work for Bridgestone. He is an active member in the ethics and compliance community, a co-editor of the "Compliance and Ethics: Ideas & Answers" newsletter together with Joe Murphy, Jeff Kaplan, and Rebecca Walker, and CCEP certified. His first book, Ethics & Compliance for Humans, was published by CCI Press and is available now. Host: Susan Divers Susan Divers is a senior advisor with LRN Corporation. In that capacity, Ms. Divers brings her 30+ years' accomplishments and experience in the ethics and compliance area to LRN partners and colleagues. This expertise includes building state-of-the-art compliance programs infused with values, designing user-friendly means of engaging and informing employees, fostering an embedded culture of compliance and substantial subject matter expertise in anti-corruption, export controls, sanctions, and other key areas of compliance. Prior to joining LRN, Mrs. Divers served as AECOM's Assistant General for Global Ethics & Compliance and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer. Under her leadership, AECOM's ethics and compliance program garnered six external awards in recognition of its effectiveness and Mrs. Divers' thought leadership in the ethics field. In 2011, Mrs. Divers received the AECOM CEO Award of Excellence, which recognized her work in advancing the company's ethics and compliance program. Mrs. Divers' background includes more than thirty years' experience practicing law in these areas. Before joining AECOM, she worked at SAIC and Lockheed Martin in the international compliance area. Prior to that, she was a partner with the DC office of Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal. She also spent four years in London and is qualified as a Solicitor to the High Court of England and Wales, practicing in the international arena with the law firms of Theodore Goddard & Co. and Herbert Smith & Co. She also served as an attorney in the Office of the Legal Advisor at the Department of State and was a member of the U.S. delegation to the UN working on the first anti-corruption multilateral treaty initiative. Mrs. Divers is a member of the DC Bar and a graduate of Trinity College, Washington D.C. and of the National Law Center of George Washington University. In 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Ethisphere Magazine listed her as one the “Attorneys Who Matter” in the ethics & compliance area. She is a member of the Advisory Boards of the Rutgers University Center for Ethical Behavior and served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Institute for Practical Training from 2005-2008. She resides in Northern Virginia and is a frequent speaker, writer and commentator on ethics and compliance topics. Mrs. Divers' most recent publication is “Balancing Best Practices and Reality in Compliance,” published by Compliance Week in February 2015. In her spare time, she mentors veteran and university students and enjoys outdoor activities.
My guest today is Kenza Barrada.Kenza is a returning guest and if you haven't listened to our first two conversation together, I highly recommend them (episodes 113 and 119).Today's conversation happened in response to the earthquake that happened in Morocco just last week. So you might guess that this conversation has some heaviness to it and we felt the heaviness of our hearts.Late on Friday night September 8, and extending into the early morning hours of September 9, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck Morocco, with an epicenter just south of Marrakech.I reached out to check in with Kenza, as she and her family have a farm and homestay there. I was glad to hear they were safe and yet the devastation for many is intense. Kenza and her community were first responders to nearby villages, and they continue to put together relief efforts now alongside the military and international aid groups who are present and assisting.Kenza offered to share her experience and some stories of what has happened in the first days post-earthquake here on the podcast and we recorded this on September 14, 2023, just 6 days after the earthquake hit. At this point in time almost 3000 people are known to have died, tens of thousands are without homes, and many are still missing.In the midst of the tragedy, Kenza shares stories of dignity, generosity, solidarity, hospitality. Humans helping humans, coming together as communities and neighbors.Please note, the stories shared are intense and if you feel like you may not be in a place to listen or absorb them, please take care of yourself first and foremost, even if that means not listening to this podcast. I'll also let you know that our audio quality may not be the best, as we had some internet connectivity issues, but fortunately we were still able to have and record this conversation.Kenza, thank you. Thank you for sharing about your family, your community, your neighbors, your country. Your willingness and ability to reflect on this experience in the first week after it has happened is remarkable and helps us see into hearts and communities in a special and unique way.There are many ways to support relief efforts and we talk through the various options at international, national, and the local levels. There are also links below in case you want to donate or support in some way.Ways to donate:Internationally: Red Cross Relief Fund | Global GivingNationally: Bank Al Magrib Relief FundLocally: please contact Kenza via LinkedIn or InstaGram - Razala HomeMake Life Less Difficult
For as long as work has existed, new technologies have been a double edged sword for the workforce, making some jobs easier to do and making others obsolete. With data collection, computer processing, automation, and generative AI being implemented daily within our workforce, this issue has never been more apparent than today. Educators and authors Dr. Anna Tavis and Stela Lupushor are at the forefront of the fight for human capital, to make sure that technology is set to enhance the worker experience, not to replace it. Dr. Anna Tavis is Clinical Professor and Academic Director of Human Capital Management Department at NYU School of Professional Studies, Senior Fellow with the Conference Board, and the Academic in Residence with Executive Networks. She is a former Executive Editor of People+Strategy Journal, a publication of SHRM's Executive network and is currently an Associate Editor of Workforce Solutions Review of IHRIM. Stela Lupushor is an Adjunct Faculty Adjunct Faculty at the NYU School of Professional Studies. She is also a Senior Fellow in Human Capital Center and the Program Director for The Conference Board Strategic Workforce Planning Council, and leads Reframe.Work Inc. where she consults on how to create inclusive workplaces through the use of technology, human-centered design, people analytics, and future-thinking. Previously Stela consulted at Fidelity Investments, TIAA, IBM, Price Waterhouse, and PwC Consulting. Together, the pair have combined their vast amount of experience in the HR world to write their book, Humans at Work: The Art and Practice of Creating the Hybrid Workplace where they've compiled all their strategies on how to develop a human centric workforce that uses technology to help improve their people, and ultimately, the way they do business. This is another podcast you're not going to want to miss, especially with stories about the impact of AI dominating the headlines almost everyday, so with that…let's bring it in!
Listen and learn from Lisa Fernanades here as we explore her journey to Permaculture , how to strategize our emerging cultural nodes of growth. Lisa offers some very useful languaging like; Humans embedded in the ecosystems they depend upon and encourages us to think more of well being contrasted to what is oft referred to as "wealth". More about Lisa here-https://about.me/lisa.m.fernandes Links in order of their mention: https://www.spiritinaction.net/about-us/our-approach/ https://www.democracyatwork.info/about_co_ops https://nefoodsystemplanners.org/#vision https://adriennemareebrown.net/podcasts/ https://www.agrowingculture.org/ https://grist.org/
Stress puts our health at risk, damaging our body's systems and contributing to irritability, anxiety, depression, headaches, insomnia, and a myriad of other diseases and ailments.But, people can disarm the harmful effects of stress naturally and holistically. Dr. Bradley Nelson offers these six tips for beating the stress of daily life. Control what is in you. Eat healthy, live whole foods. The shorter the time from tree to tasting, from ground to gourmet, the more positive energy you will receive. Control what is around you. Stay away from chronically toxic people and situations. Stay off of negative social media. Eliminate clutter, physical and spiritual. Clean lines and open spaces in your living area can provide calmness and serenity. Purge yourself of emotional clutter like trapped emotions. Literally “ground” yourself. This concept is also known as “earthing.” You know that great feeling you have after a day at the beach? That is about more than a day of relaxation. Standing or walking in bare feet in grass, sand, or even on a concrete surface that is immediately above the soil can rid your body of ever-so-damaging negative energy. Embrace joy. As they say, “laughter is the best medicine.” Share random hugs and smiles. Think about all you have to be grateful for and share that gratitude. Keep negative energy at bay with positive thoughts and acts. Slow down and love the little things. Humans have adopted the rat race as a way of life, and it need not be that way. There is nothing and no one more important than YOU. Make sure you have sufficient alone time and use it to enjoy what makes you content. A walk in the woods, smelling fresh-cut grass, watching children play, a day of reading... The possibilities are endless. Listen as Dr. Nelson joins Dr. Friedman to explain why the best remedies for stress are all about kindness and simplicity. He also shares information from his newly expanded and updated book, The Emotion Code.
Did you know that there are over a billion sheep on the earth today? In New Zealand, sheep outnumber people five to one! Humans have a long history of tending sheep. Since sheep are naturally defenseless against predators, they tend to be nervous and easily frightened. If you think about it, we have a lot in common with sheep. The world often seems like a dangerous place. Anxiety and fear are rampant today, even among the most wealthy and successful. In today’s reading, the Psalmist expresses deep distress. Instead of peacefully sleeping through the night, he groans and stretches out his hands to heaven in desperation (vv. 2–3). He laments to God: “You kept my eyes from closing; I was too troubled to speak” (v. 4). Most disturbing was the fact that his situation made him question God’s faithfulness. He wondered if God would keep His covenant promises and be true to His nature as compassionate and gracious (vv. 7–9). These troubling doubts increased his anxiety. Imagine, if a sheep started questioning the shepherd’s care and trustworthiness! The Psalmist then paused and encouraged himself to remember who God is and what He had done (vv. 11–12). He reflected on God’s stunning deliverance of Israel from slavery in Egypt. He reminded himself that God is powerful and cares about His people. Verses 16–18 remind us of the disciple’s observations about Jesus: “Even the winds and waves obey him!” (Matt. 8:27). This powerful, mighty God is our Shepherd, and we are His sheep. Note the comparison of God’s people to a “flock” in verse 20. >> Sheep need a shepherd to protect, lead, and calm them. We need that too! When doubts creep in, remember what God has done for you. Best of all, God showed His love by sending Jesus to save us from sin. He made a way for us to be in fellowship with Him. “The LORD is my shepherd, I lack nothing” (Ps. 23:1).
Recently 37signals co-founders David Heinemeier Hansson and Jason Fried found themselves at the center of an unexpected internet storm. It all began when David made a significant announcement: Turbo 8 would no longer be using TypeScript. What followed was a whirlwind of controversy and social media fireworks. In today's discussion, Kimberly Rhodes sits down with Jason and David to unpack the impact of social media on these types of discussions and the broader implications of these online controversies on open source contributions. Check out the full video episode on YouTubeShow Notes: [00:00] - Kimberly opens up the discussion, sharing the recent announcement made by David, that Turbo 8 would no longer utilize TypeScript and the resulting online controversy.[00:33] - Jason shares his reaction to the drama unfolding and offers kudos to David for handling the storm with grace.[01:34] - David shares how it all began with eternal debate: dynamic vs. static languages, strong vs. weak typing, and 37signals is firmly in the dynamic, free-spirited camp.[02:23] - What led to the BIG decision to pull the TypeScript plug?[03:19] - Dynamic vs. static, it's like arguing about your favorite pizza topping. [04:13] - TypeScript was removed in record time (freeing the code!).[04:59] - This debate is like a merry-go-round of arguments (and we're not here to convert anyone). [05:48] - David shares: "People have preconceived notions about my opinions, and when we go against the flow, it's bound to stir the pot," (remember the cloud exit?).[07:32] - Programmers can turn small details into raging infernos and social media is like a dry brush waiting for a spark. [08:45] - Compared to fighting Apple for HEY.com or navigating the minefield of workplace politics, this is just a minor skirmish. [10:38] - Humans naturally tend to form tribes and defend their beliefs, but internet drama usually loses its fervor in 24-36 hours.[11:38] - Jason shares the binary nature of most debates such as air-cooled vs. water-cooled Porsches or car collectors' preferences.[12:25] - Kimberly comments on the polarized nature of the comments.[12:38] - There is value in discussing ideas so long as the debates don't devolve into personal attacks.[14:39] - How personal attacks gain traction.[15:44] - The importance of embracing diversity in programming languages and techniques for a more vibrant tech world.[17:24] - David shares insight from his recent trip to Japan and the beauty of appreciating different cultures without feeling the need for uniformity. [18:42] - David reveals whether this unexpected negativity has changed his view of open source and sharing. [20:40] - David will continue to contribute to open source BUT…[21:26] - Please don't spoil open source contributions for everyone else. [23:16] - David shares a surprising recurring theme in the Rework podcast and why it's important to speak out about your beliefs—especially those you are hesitant to voice publicly. [24:01] - David discusses whether this kerfuffle has had any effect on the 37signals team. [25:19] - Rework is a production 37signals. You can find show notes and transcripts on our website. Full video episodes are available on Twitter and YouTube. If you have a specific question for Jason or David about a better way to work and run your business, leave your voicemails at 708-628-7850 or send an email. Links and Resources:From David's HEY World: Turbo 8 is Dropping TypeScriptFrom David's HEY World: Open Source Hooliganism and the TypeScript MeltdownDHH's post about Turbo 8 dropping TypeScript on X (formerly Twitter)Books by 37signalsSign up for a 30-day free trial at Basecamp.comHEY World | HEY The REWORK podcastThe 37signals Dev Blog37signals on YouTube37signals on X 37signals on LinkedIn
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