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Effin' Cultured
Halloween Hunger Games

Effin' Cultured

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 77:02


We talk Halloween, Ernest Scared Stupid, DC Fan Dome, 2021's celebrity death list, an unusual baseball fashion, and then we pit all of our podcast friends against each other in a simulated Hunger games competition! Who will have the odds in their favor!? You'll have to listen to find out!

Limited Play Time
ep 118: The Hunger

Limited Play Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 25:59


It's SPOoooooKY October, so we're incidentally bringing you The Hunger, a game about vampires racing to bring flowers back to their castle! And maybe a few human blood-bags too. We super didn't plan this for Halloween, but we'll enjoy the horror themed appropriateness anyway. Get your deck building boots on because you'll need ‘em to get through all the snow, swamps, hills, and graveyards in your way. By building a dope card deck.

Entertainment(x)
Rashad V. Chambers Part 1 ”Keep Pursuing Your Dream”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 16:03


Rashad V. Chambers (IG:@rashadvchambers)(esquireentertainment.com) is a Tony Award-nominated producer, talent manager and lawyer. A licensed attorney in New York and Connecticut, Rashad is the Founder and President of Esquire Entertainment. His Broadway producing credits include American Son, Ain't Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations, Betrayal and The Inheritance. Rashad also produced the world premiere of It Happened In Key West in London. His first feature film, True to the Heart, won four awards at the Long Island International Film Expo and was an official selection at the Big Apple Film Festival. In addition, his short film, Hunger, was an official selection at the Urban World Film Festival and Latino Film Market Festival. Rashad attended Morehouse College where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration. He also earned his JD and MBA degrees from The Ohio State University. Rashad is a founding member of The Industry Standard Group as well as a board member of On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program and Houses on the Moon Theater Company.

Heal Your Hunger Show
Ep343: Clearing Toxins of the Mind & Body…Finding Wellness with Katherine Brown

Heal Your Hunger Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 34:29


The post Ep343: Clearing Toxins of the Mind & Body…Finding Wellness with Katherine Brown appeared first on Heal your Hunger.

Game Brain: A Board Game Podcast with Matthew Robinson and his Gaming Group
Round 14, Turn 01: "Imperial Steam" with Jennifer

Game Brain: A Board Game Podcast with Matthew Robinson and his Gaming Group

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 113:03


Trey and Jennifer talk about the 2021 release "Imperial Steam" and discuss the impact of video on the hobby.00:00:00 Introduction - - Google Pixel 600:06:53 Game Night-  Santiago-  Smartphone Inc. -  The Hunger-  Clank!00:12:09 Game News-  Ark Nova-  Bitoku -  Zenobia Award Winners -  Game Wizards -  Advanced Civilization00:30:22 Games on the Brain-  1840: Vienna Tramways-  Lonny Orgler -   Russian Railroads-   Ultimate Railroads-   The Riftbreaker-  Valheim: Hearth and Home -   Concordia on iOS-  Essen Day - Jennifer's Geeklist00:49:35 Game Review: Imperial Steam01:34:28 Member Segment: The Impact of Video on the Hobby

The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan
The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan Episode 3.35

The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 125:52


The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan welcome back Michael and Rob  to the show to talk about a set of scary movie double features! Night of the Demon, Burn Witch Burn, Black Christmas, When a Stranger Calls, Wolfen, The Hunger, Silver Bullet, and Werewolves Within are all on the agenda. Check in and share yours @askjoelandryan

Wellness Amigas Podcast
Intuitive Eating Update - From Intuitive to Mindful Eating (How it Differentiates From What Society Thinks/ Emotional VS Physical Hunger)

Wellness Amigas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 34:03


In this episode, we go over updates on our intuitive eating and health journey. We go over the shift in mindset from intuitive eating to mindful eating as well as the differences between physical and emotional hunger. We dive into this conversation in conjunction with societal expectations and how to break away from that and get to know and care for your true self.Stream it now and follow us on Ig: @ WellnessAmigas

Nutrition Nerd
The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act

Nutrition Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 1:34


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Stay F. Homekins: with Janie Haddad Tompkins & Paul F. Tompkins
Watch-along: THE HUNGER (1983) *bonus content*

Stay F. Homekins: with Janie Haddad Tompkins & Paul F. Tompkins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 98:00


Craving some BLOOD to drink?! Janie & Paul recorded themselves watching the 1983 film THE HUNGER, which we would LOVE for you to enjoy with us for our spppooookky season watchalong October 2021 bonanza! Simply sync up the movie with our voices through different speakers and grow old with us for the next two hours.  Please marry us through your speakers as you enjoy this along with us, the podcast couple who accepts their rapid aging. And if you need some official STAY F. HOMEKINS merchandise for your life, you can ALWAYS visit  www.kinshipgoods.com to find it! 

The African Trumpet
Hunger and the World Food Day

The African Trumpet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 36:24


Every day, hundreds of millions of people go to bed hungry. Three billion people cannot afford a healthy diet. Two billion are overweight or obese. Yet 462 million are underweight. Nearly a third of all food that is produced, is lost or wasted. How does a world of so much plenty struggle to feed so many of its inhabitants? The Elephant talks to Greenpeace Africa's Claire Nasike.

ThePrint
CutTheClutter: Why India slipped to 101 out of 116 countries as latest global hunger Index holds up a rude mirror

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 29:21


India ranked 101 out of 116 countries in the Global Hunger Index rankings, behind Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Shekhar Gupta looks into this alarming report that raises questions on our nutrition, 75 years after Independence. Does this report mean India is starving and how is hunger defined? Episode 858 of CutTheClutter Brought to you by  @Kia India  ----more----Read Ivica Petrikova and Arvind Kumar's article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/hunger-index-latest-reminder-india-should-fight-malnutrition-with-more-animal-sourced-food/750939/----more----Watch Episode 295 of Cut The Clutter here: https://youtu.be/Feie8HukGiA

The 42cast
The 42cast Episode 128: Gone but not Forgotten

The 42cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


We’ve all had the experience. We absolutely love a TV series and follow it faithfully, but then it’s canceled after one or two seasons. In this episode we take a look at all the contenders who got knocked out early in the fight. We air our grievances and talk about why we think these series... The post The 42cast Episode 128: Gone but not Forgotten appeared first on The 42cast.

Let's Talk About Food
Congressman Jim McGovern, Chair of the "Hunger Caucus"

Let's Talk About Food

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 32:57


Congressman Jim McGovern is our man in Congress. He represents Worcester, Massachusetts, but he really represents all of us who care about food. Not only is he the chair of the powerful rules committee, but he is lobbying for a White House Conference on Food & Nutrition. The last time that happened, Richard Nixon was president.Photo Courtesy of Congressman Jim McGovern.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Let's Talk About Food by becoming a member!Let's Talk About Food is Powered by Simplecast.

By Any Means Necessary
The Neoliberal Economy and Consumption as Politics

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 113:49


In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Monica Cruz, labor reporter with BreakThrough News to discuss an international day of action led by employees of Phillip Morris, the importance of solidarity among international workers and the need to globalize resistance to exploitation, how the Phillip Morris action fits into the context of the rising tide of workers struggle in the US, and the connections between labor, class, and race and their importance in building a working class movement.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Celina Della Croce, Coordinator of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research to discuss an upcoming anti-imperialist week of action focused on food sovereignty, the connections between food and imperialism, how food sovereignty presents a radical shift in thinking around food and community control over food.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Sohrob Aslamy, a doctoral candidate at Syracuse University in the department of Geography and the environment to discuss the economic crisis and hunger in Afghanistan, how the US invasion and the unofficial sanctions imposed by organizations like the World Bank have contributed to the crisis, the Taliban's inability to handle these issues, and the possibility of the rise of extremist groups like ISIS as a result of these unofficial sanctions.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Devyn Springer, cultural worker, host of the Groundings Podcast, and digital outreach coordinator at the Walter Rodney Foundation to discuss the emergence of both progressive and reactionary movements in the midst of major contradictions within the ruling class and intensifying crises of capitalism, the continued fallout from the Dave Chappelle special on Netflix and the false concern over cancel culture from the ruling class, and how capitalist culture and consumption informs politics.

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk
Welthungerindex - Es gibt viele Schuldige für die Hungerkrise

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 3:21


Die Weltgemeinschaft hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, bis 2030 den Hunger weltweit zu besiegen. Es deutet nichts darauf hin, dass dies gelingt, kommentiert Manfred Götzke. Zur Bekämpfung der Hungerursachen müsse der Westen zum Beispiel bei der Klimapolitik nicht nur immer neue Ziele ausgeben. Ein Kommentar von Manfred Götzke www.deutschlandfunk.de, Kommentare und Themen der Woche Hören bis: 23.12.2021 18:09 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei

Echo der Zeit
Heftige Ausschreitungen in Beirut

Echo der Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 43:20


In der libanesischen Hauptstadt Beirut sind bei einer Schiesserei während Protesten mindestens sechs Menschen getötet und 30 verletzt worden. Hintergrund der Gewalt ist der schwelende Streit über die Suche nach den Schuldigen der verheerenden Explosion im Hafen von Beirut vor über einem Jahr. Weitere Themen: (01:25) Heftige Ausschreitungen in Beirut (09:35) Dioxin-verschmutze Böden: der Frust der Betroffenen (17:55) Das Aus für den internationalen Steuerwettbewerb (29:00) Prozess im Tötungsfall Giulio Regeni (35:27) Norwegen hat eine neue Regierung (38:25) Der grosse Hunger auf der Welt

Illinois News Now
Wake Up TriCounties Katie Laleman Henry County Farm Bureau

Illinois News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 9:33


Bushels for Hunger is back for another year of raising funds for the Riverbend Food Bank. Local farmers can donate grain at their local grain bin with the price of the grain donated being the amount of funds donated to the Riverbend Food Bank. Farmers have until January of 2022 to make a donation for Bushels for Hunger. Katie Laleman from the Henry County Farm Bureau joined Wake Up Tri-Counties on Wednesday to promote Bushels for Hunger and invite you to register for the next Henry County Farm Bureau Market Outlook Seminar.

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
14.10.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 9:44


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Tote und Verletzte bei Amoklauf in Norwegen Bei einem Amoklauf in der norwegischen Stadt Kongsberg hat ein Mann fünf Menschen getötet und zwei verletzt. Nach Polizeiangaben zog der mit Pfeil und Bogen bewaffnete Täter gegen 18.30 Uhr durch die 28.000-Einwohner-Stadt und schoss auf seine Opfer. Er wurde festgenommen. Die Hintergründe der Tat sind noch unklar. Der Verdächtige habe aber noch nicht vernommen werden können, sodass es zu früh sei, sich darüber zu äußern, sagte ein Polizeisprecher. Ein terroristisches Motiv werde jedoch nicht ausgeschlossen. Weltweit wieder mehr Hungersnöte Weltweit sind fast eine Milliarde Menschen von Hunger betroffen. Nach dem aktuellen Welthunger-Index 2021 der Welthungerhilfe sind es mehr als 800 Millionen Menschen, 41 Millionen stehen kurz vor einer Hungersnot. Nach einem Rückgang in den vergangenen Jahren sei der Hunger nun wieder auf dem Vormarsch, sagte Generalsekretär Mathias Mogge. Er forderte die Politik auf, die mit Nahrungsknappheit zusammenhängenden Krisen zu bekämpfen. Dazu zählten Kriege, der Klimawandel und die Folgen der Corona-Pandemie. Besonders afrikanische Länder südlich der Sahara und in Südasien sind von Hunger betroffen. "Erklärung von Kunming" für mehr Artenschutz unterzeichnet Zum Abschluss der UN-Artenschutzkonferenz im chinesischen Kunming haben die fast 200 Teilnehmerstaaten eine Erklärung für mehr Biodiversität unterzeichnet. Sie verpflichten sich, die Artenvielfalt bei allen Regierungsentscheidungen zu fördern. Allerdings fehlen in der Vereinbarung konkrete Maßnahmen. Die sollen bei einer Folgekonferenz im nächsten Frühjahr ebenfalls in Kunming vereinbart werden. Der jetzige Entwurf sieht vor, dass innerhalb der nächsten zehn Jahre 30 Prozent der Land- und Meeresfläche unter Schutz gestellt werden und die Ausgaben für Artenschutz auf 173 Milliarden Euro steigen. Japans Regierungschef löst Parlament für Neuwahlen auf Japans neuer Regierungschef Fumio Kishida hat das Unterhaus des Parlaments aufgelöst. Damit hat er den Weg für Wahlen freigemacht. Die Wähler der drittgrößten Volkswirtschaft der Welt sind aufgerufen, am 31. Oktober über die Besetzung des mächtigen Unterhauses abzustimmen. Damit wählen sie indirekt auch die nächste Regierung des Landes. Die seit Jahrzehnten fast ununterbrochen regierende Liberaldemokratische Partei (LDP) geht mit ihrem neuen Vorsitzenden Kishida und ihrem Koalitionspartner Komeito in den Wahlkampf. Syrien meldet israelische Luftangriffe auf Palmyra Nach Angaben des syrischen Verteidigungsministeriums hat Israel erneut Luftangriffe auf syrisches Gebiet geflogen. Am späten Mittwochabend sei ein Sendemast nahe der Stadt Palmyra in der Region Homs von israelischen Kampfjets bombardiert worden. Dabei seien ein Soldat getötet und drei weitere verletzt worden, teilte das Ministerium mit. Israel ist wegen des gestiegenen iranischen Einflusses in Syrien in Alarmbereitschaft. Der Iran ist neben Russland der wichtigste Verbündete der syrischen Führung. Israel will verhindern, dass der Iran eine permanente militärische Präsenz in Syrien aufbaut. WHO schlägt Virologen Drosten für internationalen Beirat vor Der Virologe Christian Drosten soll Mitglied eines Beraterteams für die Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) zu neuen Krankheitserregern wie dem Corona-Virus werden. Neben dem Leiter der Virologie an der Charité Berlin sollen 25 weitere internationale Expertinnen und Experten in das Gremium einziehen, teilte die WHO mit. Die Fachleute werden die WHO vor allem bei der Suche nach Ursprüngen von Erregern mit dem Potenzial für Epidemien und Pandemien unterstützen. Die Spezialistinnen und Spezialisten stammen aus Disziplinen wie der Epidemiologie, der Tiergesundheit und der Molekularbiologie. Wenig Dynamik bei den Corona-Zahlen in Deutschland Die Corona-Lage in Deutschland ist vergleichsweise stabil. Nach Informationen des Robert Koch-Instituts (RKI) liegt die Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz derzeit bei 67,0. Am Vortag hatte der Wert bei 65,4 gelegen, vor einer Woche bei 62,6. Die Gesundheitsämter in Deutschland meldeten dem RKI binnen eines Tages 12.382 Corona-Neuinfektionen. Das RKI zählte seit Beginn der Pandemie rund 4,3 Millionen nachgewiesene Infektionen mit SARS-CoV-2. Die tatsächliche Gesamtzahl dürfte deutlich höher liegen, da viele Infektionen nicht erkannt werden.

The Health Ranger Report
PrepWithMike: How to survive the coming POWER GRID BLACKOUTS

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 16:08


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Handle with Care:  Empathy at Work
Empathy and Connection for Start-ups: an interview with Selfless.ly

Handle with Care: Empathy at Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 50:39


- Joshua Driver And so it's always been confusing to me why startups don't think about their culture from day one. And because we spend so much of our wake time at work, especially on our stage and the positive vibes or feelings you get out of helping others or contributing to the betterment of your community or society or making a difference for somebody else is such an important experience I think everybody should have,   INTRO   Why aren't we focusing on culture from Day 1?  Today, we look at building connection in the world of start-ups.  My guests are Josh Driver and Zach Rodenbarger from Selfless.ly.  They have a lot to say about how to build connection AND their technology platform is also a platform for companies to give back, so this is like a double-impact interview.    Zach and Josh's origin story begins just before the pandemic, launching their platform with high hopes and ideals into a pretty brutal business environment.    They are talking about how they sustained connection, built their company, and expanded the scope of influence in the midst of the dual pressures of start-up life and a bruising global pandemic.  As a bit of a teaser, you will hear about the importance of taking a walk, how “hangry” can get in the way of communication, and why Nerf guns could be a good idea for your office culture.    Zach and Josh are both tech guys who are from the same Indiana town of Valparaiso.  The met in 2018, committed to the concept of building a platform where companies and individuals can give not just money but time and effort to support causes that matter.  The website describes the platform memorably:  “Selfless.ly is a unique company that was designed by selfless people to help the world become a better place.”     - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I'd love to hear from both of you. Why do you think that that is even an important conversation to be having? And how would you define empathy work to me.   - Zach Rodenbarger There's a few tangible examples.   That is Zach Rodenbarger, the COO of Selfless.ly   - Zach Rodenbarger Sometimes in our interactions, Josh will come in or I'll come in and we'll have something and go back and forth. And then one of us will say, do you need to go for a walk?   - Zach Rodenbarger And I was like.   - Zach Rodenbarger Yes, I need to go for a walk. I need a little fresh air, you. And maybe that's just because we've been at our computers for a couple of hours or longer and need to have take a pause and have a step back. And so we've had that over the year, especially when we're working hard and looking at new timelines and goals and things. And I know I've needed a walk or two here and there.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes We had other good practices. Sometimes it's a walk. I also find that sometimes it's a snack. I have you eaten recent links to a snack?   - Joshua Driver Yes. We've encountered the snack situation as well. Yes. Hunger is a thing so much.   And this is Josh Driver, fellow-hangry sufferer and the Founder of Selfless.ly   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes That was like one of my biggest learning curves early on in my marriage. I I used to think it was just Luke. It's totally both of us be like, Is this really a thing, or am I just really hungry right now? And you can't know until you're no longer hungry, like, you can't even find out.   - Zach Rodenbarger I think that's a good follow up on empathy. It's probably easier to see in other people. And then when do we take that step back and look at ourselves and actually admit that? And I think that is really helpful to business partnership or even as we continue to onboard new employees, you know, thinking through, how am I coming across to others?   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes But also, do you put yourself in their shoes and how are they feeling and so kind of both well and hearing that it actually takes a foundation of some relationship and trust to be able to take someone suggestion to do something like, go for a walk. I can imagine that a less mature or self aware moments. Somebody being like, maybe even the way it could be delivered. Just go take a walk. Somebody being like, I don't need a walk. You need a walk? No, I'm just making a really good point.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes But to be able to be at a place where I imagine it takes some work get to that point.   - Zach Rodenbarger Absolutely.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes A lot of times I find with guests or people I get to work with those that really, like, are doing the work of promoting more human workplaces and more connection at work. There's an element that comes out of their own personal experience. So I would love to hear from both of you a time where meeting that connection and empathy at work was really important in your own personal story, so that could be giving it to someone or a time where you were like, I'm not. Okay. I need some support right now.   - Joshua Driver Yeah. I think when I left the startup space and went into a corporate job, I came into a workplace environment and culture that might have been a little hostile and toxic. Like, there is a big disconnect between the leadership and the teams and the mentality of you're lucky to have a job versus we're lucky to have you as an employee. I wasn't exactly realized yet. And I had noticed when I join the company in my role that there was a lot of hostile communication. People had segregated themselves on one side or another and coming into that since I had been startups for so long and been on the ground for creating that culture.   - Joshua Driver That was very new to me to be in the middle of this disconnect. And it taught me personally about how I want my next company to run and where I think we needed to head and be ego free and transparent and communicate in more of a we're all on the same level here. Like, don't view me as your boss. We're just jumping in together to fix an issue. And I think as far as feeling left out or where I really could have used some support was when my first full time job was as an EMT here, then wished hospital and going through some of the things for the first time and all the trauma there.   - Joshua Driver There's no debrief or support. I think it's better now than it was, but you kind of had to process and cope individually with some of the things that you would see. And so that was really difficult for me to overcome at times when you have to process seeing the such negative things at times.   - Joshua Driver Quite frankly, like volunteering someplace and getting the I feel like I'm making a positive difference outside of the trauma of emergency medicine was a big driving factor. A lot of my coworkers and stuff would turn to substance abuse and other things sometimes, but I was fortunate enough to have a good support system, whether it was my family or friend group to where if things were really getting rough, that somebody would jump in and say, hey, let's catch up or reconnect. And so I was lucky in that regard.   - Joshua Driver But a lot of first responders, unfortunately, don't have that type of network to help them with that.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Thank you for sharing that. And I imagine even as you talk about the importance of volunteering, that there's a through line to some of what you're currently doing.   - Joshua Driver Yeah.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Zach, how about for you?   - Zach Rodenbarger So for me, with thinking through empathy in my past experiences, we can look to even just in the early days of self asleep and thinking about, hey, we both took this leap to start something new. And then about six months later, COVID hits. And so how do we work through this time where everything just radically changed, where we just launched the company? We launched the company in January and February of 2020. And then a month later, radically different thinking through. How is my co founder feeling right now?   - Zach Rodenbarger How do I stay optimistic and pass that along to him and vice versa? We're both kind of feeling these challenges and seeing this real time, right that we had these ideas and projections and we're going to create group, volunteering outdoors, and we're going to invite people to these events and then that's not going to happen. And so how do we really think through and change that strategy? But also, how did I think through, you know, both of us leaving our corporate jobs to do this. And so losing that security and saying, okay, I understand that this is maybe something he's going through right now and the pressure he's going through.   - Zach Rodenbarger So how do I stay optimistic to then pass that along and vice versa? And that was really helpful during those times?   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Did you ever have days where you were both just like, really down in the dumps? It wasn't like one person could encourage the other. It was just both low, especially early on in that pandemic.   - Zach Rodenbarger For me, I think for the most part, one or the other would see that and feel that and maybe because we're both high empaths. So if Josh was down, I was like, I can't be or vice versa. He may have a different perspective, but I remember thinking that. And so even though it was a really tough day, this is what it's all about. And so I'll stay positive or vice versa. And he would look at me be like, this is when he needs to step up.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah,   - Joshua Driver I can't remember specifically when we had those times. But I remember even if we were going to be talking to a specific person turning in, saying, I don't have an inmate today to have this conversation. Do you mind just taking this on your own and doing that? I remember a few times where we had that discussion where if we're both feeling challenged, which is actual, we there. See, I think there were a few times where we might have just said, let's just call it a day early and go for a walk or go get a slice of pizza or something and and get out of the office for a little bit or go to the Lake each like, I think within reason we would step up on behalf of each other where we needed to.   - Joshua Driver It was just not the perfect day. Just saying, alright, let's take a break in re energize and come back to it tomorrow.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes That can be so good. And it sounds like really, of course, of course, that would be a good thing to do. But it's amazing how hard sometimes it can feel in the moment, especially with the entrepreneurial churn and pressures and one's own expectations. So I acknowledge how important that can be and how like sometimes it can feel harder to do than it seems is a good job cutting.   - Joshua Driver I like to just get burn myself out trying to work on the issue at hand. Zach, does a really good job of cutting me off for like of a meter and saying, this is all the time we have for this. We need to move on. Otherwise, I'll sit down whatever whatever issue is at hand. So he does a good job of saving my own sanity.   - Zach Rodenbarger I definitely like to break tasks up into the smallest parts and pieces and just get something done for that day or something like that. And Josh definitely wants to power through and accomplish it all in one day.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah, I am that trait, Josh. It makes me think there was a there was a friend that I had in College and we used to kind of like joke about his mindset. We would joke that Ben would break his whole day down into micro goals, and it always allowed him to feel good about himself because he would be like, I'm on even the little things. Like, I'm gonna walk through the quad more efficiently than ever before and talk to two people. And I used to think like, what a funny quirk about how Ben's mind works.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes But now I look and I'm like, man, Ben was probably just 15 years ahead of all of us in self awareness of like, oh, that's maybe a key to living like a more bounded and contented existence than the rest of us had a handle on at 22.   - Joshua Driver Yes, Zach is close to that, and I envy that very much because I don't have that level of organization and granularity that see and your friends have.   MUSICAL TRANSITION Building connection at work is important…and it can be hard to know where to start.  What can you do to support the mental health of your people, to care for them and keep them engaged in the midst of all of the pressures and disruption?  You don't have to figure it out on your own; let Handle with Care Consulting help.  With keynote options, certificate programs, and coaching sessions available, we have a solution to meet your needs and budget.  Sign up for a free consultation at lieselmertes.com.  Together, we can put empathy to work.    MUSICAL TRANSITION   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I find in building connections with people, there are times where it feels really easy and natural and times where it's a lot more challenging. What are times in either of you or both of you can answer where building connection at work feels really easy for you. And why.   - Joshua Driver Interesting. I would say that I'm   - Joshua Driver I love to people watch, and I'm always interested in everybody's story. How did you get to where you are today? What experiences have you had? And so it's easy for me to get to know people because I'm just naturally just so curious about everyone's story.   - Zach Rodenbarger I find I have to be maybe a little more intentional to provide that space to connect. And maybe that even goes to our overall topic of empathy to take a second and say, okay, if I was coming in on the first day or the second week, how would I want to be treated? Because I think it's easy for me. And as I mentioned earlier, probably Josh, it's easy for us to just kind of put our heads down and work. And so taking that time and being giving that space as well to make the connection, even if it's at lunch time only or something.   - Zach Rodenbarger But at least you're very focused on allowing that space to chat and providing that because I know for me during the workplace, well, we'll chat later or something, but if you don't provide that space, then obviously it's harder to make that connection, especially in the first week, the first six months, and things like that and thinking, when would I want to have someone reach out to me whether they're a colleague, a boss, or even an intern can be anything.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah. That reminds me of even a slide that I was showing yesterday and a talk that I was doing about imagination and empathy. I hear that a little bit of what you're saying, and although that doesn't always get you exactly to the right place, because you can't ever fully know what another person is wanting or experiencing, it oftentimes will move you closer. What would I want on my first day or first week? And then to be able to act out of that can really close what can sometimes seem like a big distance.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes You both kind of offered some things in your answer, but I'll ask it explicitly as well. What are sometimes we're building connection at work feels difficult.   - Joshua Driver I've started to embrace more of when I am feeling extroverted versus introverted and sometimes when I'm hyper focused on something in the distraction of having to communicate or interact can be frustrating because I need the focused time and especially with new employees coming on. You want to be available and transparent and present. And at our stage right now it's really difficult to be present with everything that we need to get done. And so making sure that I'm not coming off as disinterested is something that I always in the back of my mind.   - Joshua Driver I want to make sure that I'm not conveying because it's not true. But there are some times where I just want to get something done and want to be sequestered for a little bit.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Do you have yourself in moments like that, like needing to actively engage in self talk, even about things. So I'll get my hand like I have to think about my body language and moments like that of being like, oh, I need to show attention and care right now. I'm going to do something different. Like do you do mental pivots like that? And what do they look like?   - Joshua Driver Sometimes Zach and I have been together for so long now. I can tell with his expression where I've crossed the line of of being rational more. So there are certain triggers, I think too. And he'll say, yeah, you need to maybe just spend some time by yourself for a minute and go for a lock so I will replay a situation like that in my mind and try to think through. Alright, what did I say? Did I mean to come off this way or if I don't really came off a different way than I meant to trying to understand?   - Joshua Driver Like how did this person infer that this was what I was trying to say. And so that has been helpful to rethink the experience so that I try not to replicate that. Moving forward. I.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I Imagine there's a line walk between replaying the experience and getting stuck in a never ending loop. How do you thread that needle?   - Joshua Driver Not. Well. I like to solve everything and have closure. So if there's still a difference of opinion, I like to try to really put the pressure on myself to get it resolved. And in some cases I think I don't look at difference of opinion is like who's going to win this fight and get their way? I think it's more from their background and their perspective. Is there some truth to it and allow that was Zach especially? There are some things that he's very passionate about and has a perspective that he really feels strongly.   - Joshua Driver And I'd like to think for the most part if he fully believes in something that I may not be so sure on and wants to go that I just trust him implicitly that it's the right thing and that he's very good at doing his research and looking at different aspects of things.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Well, and out of that foundation of relationship, you know what you can extend to them.   - Joshua Driver Yeah. I think we're a lot of co founders that are state right now. We don't have time to be working on every project together, be on every call together and make decisions together. And so I think if you have a co founder that you don't feel that you feel like you have to micromanage or be a part of every decision, then that's going to be a really difficult culture to scale. It's going to make your company really difficult to grow. And so everybody that we've hired and when Zach joined Selflessly is very clear.   - Joshua Driver I want the empowerment. I want to create the space for them to be empowered to make decisions that are best for a company and feel confident that they are able to execute on whatever task.   - Zach Rodenbarger Is this where I say the complete opposite?   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes This is a safe space.   - Zach Rodenbarger I've been trying to obviously likewise empowering each other. And we did used to be on most of the calls and get to feel how each is thinking. And so it did help in the first month to six months to be on a lot of the calls together or as he mentioned, in the same room even. And so I can overhear his call, whether he wants me to or not and understand kind of what he's thinking, the action maybe he would take or his thinking on that his rationalization, right.   - Zach Rodenbarger What would he be thinking in the same spot and so helpful to be able to, you know, have his perspective in in the back of my mind and probably vice versa from sharing that office for the first twelve months and everything. So that's been really good.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I hear a lot of respect and self inquiry in what you both have said. And yet I imagine there's still moments where like on an emotional on a practical on an interpersonal level, you guys have missed and or hurt one another in your journey. What has making meaningful repairs looked like.   - Zach Rodenbarger Nerf guns. Yeah. I think for one of my birthday, Josh got a couple of Nerf guns for me, and so if we need, we can shoot each other, but also part of the startup mentality, right? We wanted to bring a little bit of fun into the office, but if you needed, you could shoot someone from across the room. That's been one way.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes At least I'm totally thinking of my two sons right now, and the moment where Magnus turns to Moses, and he's like, okay, you can just hit me five times in the chest. That's fine. Just don't tell mom.   - Joshua Driver The biggest issue with that is that I'm a bad shot, so I'm not even like to get I like you. I can't make my points in the same way he can, because I tend to miss him completely, whereas he's really good at targeting me. So that was, in hindsight, not a great decision for a birthday gift start.   - Joshua Driver She has to make a lot of lessons learned.   - Joshua Driver Yeah, I would recommend that to other companies unless you're really good at aiming   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes either that or you want to devote part of your work day to target practice.   - Joshua Driver Yes.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Well, maybe you guys would like to expand on the I hear like some fun, some levity, like not taking yourself too seriously. Are there other things that you do to make repairs when you guys have gotten a little bit off?   - Joshua Driver I think that we find out if if we're having a conflict, that taking the time, like taking some space and cooling down is helpful, but also eventually, once we've had time to kind of process that situation. General, I think there was a time where I went and got a Blizzard or a box of dilly bars and dropped them off at the house. His house is like a don't let go of me. Ever don't leave me gift. I'm sorry. I was cantankerous and vice versa where I think we have a cool down moment and then we Zoom out and think about it there's.   - Joshua Driver There's always an apology and then some type of affirmation about the other one.   - Zach Rodenbarger I know I take a little more time sometimes to each person has their kind of respective way to do that and to cool down. And some people want to solve it. Same day some people take the night, take the weekend and so, you know, kind of learning the team, learning the other person and thinking through that, you know, how to talk through that and when and maybe even is more important if it's right away or give some space.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Have you guys ever had misses? Because I hear a little bit. You know, Josh, you said I'm gonna solve it now. Person. And Zach, I need a little bit more time. Did you guys have a learning curve initially and full disclosure. I have had to unlearn in my adult relationships that tendency and belief of like, if I can just say it to you four different times in four different ways, we can figure it out right now. Let's keep trying. And sometimes people are like, no, just shut up.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Hard lesson.   - Joshua Driver I have had to learn that in general, my husband is similar. Where his cool down? He needs to think for a little bit and take a break. I think maybe in our early days I went back to like, don't walk away. Let's figure this out so we can move on. But then realizing that he needs a little bit more time and understanding to from his perspective, like, if he doesn't want to talk about it, it's not going to help for me trying to pull it out of them either.   - Joshua Driver So I've learned to kind of let that go that we're not going to necessarily resolve it today. But I do continue to like to think that I prioritize that moving forward so that we can eventually get through whatever that wall is that hurdle.   - Zach Rodenbarger I think my learning is definitely around witnessing people and then witnessing yourself. But it's very rare to convince someone of your perspective in an argument. And if you're both on one side, an argument is not going to convince the other person to jump on your side. And so where is that our email leading or can you take a step back and then provide the reason why you're thinking this way? The reason why that person is thinking that way. It's just interesting to see how arguments heat up and things, and there's no side switching.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes It's so true. Yeah. It makes me think of even a yet unresolved conversations argument that my husband and I are having and to be like, yeah, nobody ever switches sides in the middle like nobody is in the heat of it or very, very, very, very, very like the 1% does it happen and then usually with a fair degree of resentment.   - Joshua Driver So.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yes, that rings true.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes I'm struck that you are like building culture internally, but it selflessly is also like the product itself is something that is hopefully building culture and connection in the workplace. Tell me a little bit about how selflessly and volunteering and thinking outside of yourself is good for people in for workplaces.   - Joshua Driver But I think as we see culture being a normal discussion and given that we're still in a pandemic and becomes such a volatile polarizing environment in the world everywhere.   - Joshua Driver I always try to find, like silver linings or ways to maybe take take a moment to step away from the reality. And for me, my coping mechanism is to help others. And the reason why I've been able to spend that time to help others is because I've been very privileged and had the ability to do that where I understand that's not everybody's story coming out at our platform in understanding from not every company is a Lily or a Salesforce that has massive teams that work on these big the initiatives and have the resources.   - Joshua Driver There are a lot of companies I mean humans are humans, whether you work at a Fortune 50 company or a small startup.   - Joshua Driver And so it's always been confusing to me why startups don't think about their culture from day one. And because we spend so much of our wake time at work, especially on our stage and the positive vibes or feelings you get out of helping others or contributing to the betterment of your community or society or making a difference for somebody else is such an important experience.   - Joshua Driver I think everybody should have, but unfortunately, we work all the time or we have kids or other responsibilities that limit that time. So we set out to build selflessly so that companies didn't have to try to scrape the bottom the barrel to be able to provide purpose or the positive opportunities or the community engagement. We wanted to be a partner, so every company can experience the positive effects of being a crime brand or socially responsible organization, and that for a long time has only been afforded to gigantic organizations.   - Joshua Driver And so we wanted to be be the platform everyone can use. And so we have to be obviously an innovative with the pandemic and all these things that have changed the logistics on the nonprofit side. And unfortunately, a lot of this responsibility falls on nonprofits who are trying to keep their doors open and working on their mission. And so we took on the responsibility of of taking that work off of nonprofits and working on educating companies on how they can integrate philanthropy into normal business practices like employee engagement or team building or culture or heck, even the competitiveness of the sales Department.   - Joshua Driver How do we leverage a philanthropic component while a bunch of type as I go tell each other or something? And I think if there's always even a component of that philanthropic, if there's just even a small piece that goes back or gives back, I think that that's a really great thing to hard wire into a company's culture.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Zach, anything you want to add?   - Zach Rodenbarger Yeah, I think obviously what Josh said, one of my kind of tag lines, even as we reach out to teams and think about them is kind of selfless. Teams make the best teams. And when you're have employees that are thinking about each other and how to help each other and not always just focused on their task, that's obviously going to make a better team and environment and better teamwork. And so by thinking through, how do we make selfless employees that's really part of selflessly is to help those employees encourage those employees, not Joe's employees to find a volunteer opportunity or find a way to give back to support a cause they care about to have those matching donations from the company and actually use those.   - Zach Rodenbarger And so all of these nudges that we want to help create selfless employees that are thinking about others and not just themselves. And so when you think about others that leads to that teamwork, really, everyone creating a better environment. And so putting all that together with what Josh said is exciting, that this is something we get to work on each day.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah. Well, my brain can't help but go to some sociological context. You know, I think in generations before, what you are tapping into is this, like human desire to be a part of something bigger, to be giving back, and that there was a while in the US where that was filled by a Church that was asking for a time, and hopefully they were giving towards meaningful things in that way. But that has become less and less central in American communities. There's still this impulse, but not quite the same.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes You know, there were good and bad things about that prior model, but there's not that same sort of, like regular outlet. And we're also more connected in theory, to the needs of the world. But through the lens of social media, which doesn't often lead to direct action. So, like emotional sensing, selves are out there like feeling all these things. But there's not this bridging, it towards action that feels like it builds up like a physical, real community that we're regularly a part of. And that selflessly kind of helps to bridge some of those, like sociological shifts with a meaningful offering.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah.   - Joshua Driver I think without sounding like a sound bite, I feel philanthropy in the connection between a donor and a nonprofit or a company in its community or wherever this for profit and nonprofit connection is. For decades, we've given money to our Church, to the United Way, these intermediaries to trust that that's been utilized in the best way or is going towards the mission. And I think with technology improving and transparency, we've seen over time organizations that may not have made the best choices with the money that have come in and the the biggest concern is that this person had maybe a bad experience with this organization.   - Joshua Driver Are they going to find another one to support, or are they just going to stop supporting? And that's a big concern. And so now there's this big push for having more control over where people can donate and not necessarily have to be relegated to the confines of somebody's of an organization, agencies or whatever. But what that means is more transparency needs to be done on the nonprofit side. And the nonprofits don't have the resources necessarily to be able to give up regular updates about a campaign or whatever.   - Joshua Driver And so we've set up nonprofits to kind of fail from that regard. And then Conversely, I think we nonprofits. They're always fundraising. I've started my own nonprofit. We're always trying to raise more money so we can continue with our mission. And that leaves people out that may not have the liquidity or the resources to be able to participate financially, and we have to jump in. Or at least we take on some of the responsibility of how do we jump in and equate somebody skills and volunteer time to be worth just as much, if not more than them writing a check.   - Joshua Driver And so I think it's a generational shift about what philanthropy is starting to look like when we launch selflessly as we continue to grow selflessly. There's always people from the charitable sector that have their own perspective. You need to trust. This organization has been around for a century that they're just going to be doing the right thing. But we tend to grow because people want to break out of what the mold of philanthropy has been and want to have more control and be able to make more direct impact by us connecting those two sides and really always innovating on how to keep those two sides connected.   - Joshua Driver That means more resources go to the charitable sector. It just looks a little different. It's not an entry on a bank account. It might look like a donated product or a brainstorming session or some skilled services, but it can be helpful to breaking up some of the foundational infrastructure is a good thing, and I think we're along over you to really start shaking the tree and and changing what is no longer working. And that's a hard thing for people that have been in this space for a long time to necessarily want to accept.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes Yeah, something that I heard both of you say as a mark of differentiation that you have cultivated and enjoy is a sense of whimsy, and maybe not taking ourselves too seriously. Tell me how that shows up in selflessly.   - Joshua Driver Well, my office looks like a kid play room. I just have random stuff all over the place, and then we have a Bulldog in the office. But I think the way that we talk to people, the way that we put ourselves out there, we didn't win the virtual background thing when you made those for your background as your company logo and all the strategic stuff. We didn't do that. I put on a background of me standing at the podium on Jeopardy or just keeping it. I'm sure people for first impression at times like, who the hell is this guy?   - Joshua Driver But I think that if we were always trying to display, everything is running great. We don't have any problems. We're constantly growing and just a few months away from being the Jeff Bezos to this is really nobody believes that. First of all, instead of constantly say everything is working. There isn't one company that everything's running smoothly, but I think we personality, my personality. We would probably suppress a lot of who we are individually if we always had to worry about being a highlight reel and being being always on and calculated and putting on this this front.   - Joshua Driver And I think having more real conversations, joking around, making mistakes, owning them and moving on or being open about what we've messed up for, mistakes we've made, I think, is so much more valuable in creating a deeper connection with our staff, which our network, our investors and being open and also accepting of the feedback too.   Joshua Driver We don't want to be a vendor or a tech provider. We want to be a partner. And I think that us being vulnerable and embracing that were not perfect, I think, is important to set that expectation for whom we're interacting with.   - Zach Rodenbarger Absolutely. You want to be able to have fun with your team. You want your team to be able to have fun with customers and on those conversations. And you want people to look forward to having time together, whether it's on a Zoom call or in person, especially for your internal team. But then that customers start to feel that as well and enjoy the conversations with you. And maybe in the software, you start to see certain aspects and certain animations come across the screen or something like that.   - Zach Rodenbarger You're starting to see a little bit of other software as well, but we want to be have that enjoyment, especially if we're looking at company culture and encouraging people to get out and have some enjoyment and purpose and things like that. We want to come through in our mission and our software and allow really customers internal external everyone to start to see that, feel that and really enjoy the software and enjoy working with selflessly and working for selflessly.   - Liesel Mindrebo Mertes If listeners are intrigued about the platform, the mission, you guys in your story, where can they go to find out more about selflessly and how it can be used to build and increase the sense of connection at work?   - Joshua Driver Yeah.   - Joshua Driver Our website is Selflessly. I and our social media Tags or give selflessly on the Twitter and Facebook and Instagram and our email address the general email for Zach, it is Hello at Selflessly IO.   - Joshua Driver And.   - Joshua Driver We get all kinds of requests companies that want to become B Corps or our favorite messages or hey, I want to. We're a small company and we don't think that we can really make an impact. Can you show us how to do it like those are the things we really enjoy spending time with. Also, I think hearing from people that may want to start their own company or want to brainstorm. Sometimes we make time to have a coffee with a potential entrepreneur or give some feedback, help others where we can.   - Joshua Driver We'd love to hear from anybody who wants to reach out.   MUSICAL TRANSITION   Here are three key takeaways to build connection and care in the workplace…   Fun matters.From Nerf guns to dilly bar deliveries, introducing a little bit of levity, especially in tense and freighted situations, can be a game changer.  Where can you build some fun and some laughter into your office life? There is power in taking a break and thinking the best of the other person.You heard these two threads throughout the interview:  in offering a break or a walk to the other person, hoping and trusting that their moment of overwhelm is not their truest or best self.  This attention to the emotional temperature of a given situation is so important.  And I use it often in both my personal and professional interactions.  One way that people can move through their own disruption and overwhelm is by giving back to others.The act of moving beyond the constraints of your own situation, doing something positive for someone else, has all sorts of positive effects on the health of individuals and organizations.  If what you have heard today piques your interest, I encourage you to look up the good work that is going on at Sefless.ly.  More information about Zach, Josh, and the company can be found in the show notes.    OUTRO   To find out more about the work of Selfless.ly, visit https://selflessly.io

The Darren Woodson Show
Roundtable – How to Maintain the Hunger – Part 1

The Darren Woodson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 48:01


Whether an athlete signs a lucrative contract, you win a big project at work, or we see prosperity in our country in years past, the tendency can be to ease up off the gas pedal. You worked so hard for so long and now you finally have what you were chasing. The problem is, if you quit doing the things that got you there, the success you are seeing will quickly fade. So how do you maintain the hunger for success when things are going well for you?

Add Passion and Stir
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro's 20 Year Fight Ends in Victory for Kids

Add Passion and Stir

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 23:00


Child Tax Credit Series Bonus ContentCongresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-Connecticut) has long been a champion in fighting child poverty. As part of our series on the Child Tax Credit, we spoke with DeLauro about the difference the Credit is making in the lives of families.Now Chair of the House Appropriations Committee, DeLauro has been a proponent of the Child Tax Credit since 2003. “[The Child Tax Credit] is the most transformative piece of social legislation that we have seen in decades in this country.” She is currently very focused on Congressional negotiations around making the new expansion permanent. “When you don't capture these moments, you lose them for the next 20 or 30 years.”In this full interview with DeLauro, we hear her staunch commitment to helping children and families. “We have a moral obligation and moral responsibility to do that, and it's a place where government can make a difference,” she concludes.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Get Lit
Mid-week Live Coaching: Adam Quiney (Ep 46)

Get Lit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 110:21


On this week's mid-week episode, tune in as Adam discusses topics such as Hunger vs. Contentment, Coaching Yourself, Your Bandwidth for Intimacy, and right action.

The Cutlass Podcast
How to Develop Team Loyalty (Episode 6)

The Cutlass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 34:03


Leaders and managers can get results using "have to" or "want to" leadership styles. But which one is better and why? In the episode join me and retired Fleet Master Chief Raymond Kemp to explore the importance of your personal and expert power bases in building your credibility as a leader or organization.  To learn more about the topics in the episode check out the Chief Petty Officers Guide found at www.cutlassleadership.com and the following YouTube video. Other resources mentioned in this episode include the "Question of the Day" podcast, the "One in Four" podcast, and"The Talent Development Hot Seat" podcast. Recommended books by Raymond include "Deep is the Hunger" by Howard Thurman, "Limitless" by Jim Kwik, and "Designing Your Life" by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans.    --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paul-kingsbury03/support

Shock Your Potential
Philantrotrecking - Jeff Rasley

Shock Your Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 33:22


“When getting involved in charitable work, find something that you enjoy doing that is helpful to the community.” Jeff Rasley  The one-on-one experiences between people is what builds strong communities. At its core, community is anchored in the belief that people are part of something bigger than themselves, and that they have a right and duty to participate in its progress. His whole life, Jeff Rasley has been part of multiple communities and believes that it is all about experiencing life together by being present and contributing positively. Jeff Rasley's commitment to social activism began in high school when he co-founded the Goshen Walk for Hunger. In law school he fought for renters' rights and organized the first rent strike in Indiana as president of the Indianapolis Tenants Association. As a young lawyer Jeff founded free legal clinics at two inner-city churches in Indianapolis. He was lead counsel on class action suits for prisoners which resulted in the construction of two new jails in Central Indiana. He spent five days working for NOLA Habitat for Humanity post Katrina. Jeff was plaintiff in a class action requiring clean-up of the White River after it was polluted by an industrial chemical spill. The Jeff and Alicia Rasley Internship Program was created by the Rasleys for the ACLU of Indiana in December, 2020. Jeff is the founder of the Basa Village Foundation, which funds culturally sensitive development in Nepal. He served a term as president of Indianapolis Scientech, which promotes scientific inquiry and learning. Jeff is a director of six non-profits, including the Indianapolis Peace & Justice Center, University of Chicago Alumni Club, and Phi Beta Kappa of Indiana. He is U.S. liaison for the Himalayan expedition company Adventure GeoTreks Ltd. He has taught courses on "culturally sensitive development" and philanthropy at Butler and Marian Universities and memoir writing at the Indiana Writing Center Jeff's BA is from University of Chicago magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, All-Academic All-State Football, letter winner in swimming and football; JD Indiana University Law School cum laude, Moot Court, Indiana Law Review; MDiv Christian Theological Seminary magna cum laude, covaledictorian and Faculty Award Scholar. He has been admitted to the Indiana, US District, and US Supreme Court Bars.  Jeff has published numerous articles in academic and mainstream periodicals, including Newsweek, Chicago Magazine, ABA Journal, Family Law Review, The Journal of Communal Societies, and Friends Journal. He is an award-winning photographer and his pictures taken in the Himalayas and on Caribbean and Pacific islands have been published in several journals. He has appeared as a featured guest on over 100 radio and podcast programs. In today's episode, our guest will talk about building and upholding cohesive communities. He will give us an account of his experience travelling to Basa village in Nepal and his interest in culturally sensitive developments. Listen in! Social media handles: Website: http://www.jeffreyrasley.com/ Amazon Author page: http://www.amazon.com/Jeff-Rasley/e/B004Q3D6B2 Personal Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/jrasley Facebook publisher site: https://www.facebook.com/JeffRasleyAndMidsummerBooks/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeffrasley   Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-rasley/   Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4114763.Jeffrey_Rasley   Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pinner362436/ Midsummer Books link: http://www.jeffreyrasley.com/midsummer%20books.htm   Basa Foundation link on my website: http://www.jeffreyrasley.com/Basa%20Projects.htm I grew up in a town Goshen, Indiana that my ancestors were early settlers so I felt so rooted in that community. [4:00] Because I felt so rooted in that community, it was deeply a part of me and from a really age felt involved in it. [4:27] Community goes two ways where if you feel embedded in a community, you want to get back to it but you also have certain expectations of it. [5:04] One of the aspects of our modern culture is that people don't stay in their home communities. [6:12] One of the beautiful things I experienced in Basa Village is the fact that the villagers were so rooted in their community. [6:43] For the west, we have to be very conscientious about developing and supporting community, because we don't have that organic embeddedness that the traditional communities have. [7:48] Community leadership is so important when deciding about what is right for your community. [8:49] When you have an established culture, it is risky to start changing really fundamental experiences for people in the community and especially for children. [9:55] Learning how in the 21st century, there are still these communities which are so well integrated and the people looking out for each other was amazing. [12:37] Commercial break. [18:23] What really works, for almost anybody in terms of getting involved in charitable work is to find something that you enjoy doing that is helpful to the community. [21:19] I had fallen in love with trekking and mountaineering in the Himalayas and so I combined going over there on a track or an expedition with doing some philanthropic project [21:53] Each time I went back, I just tried to do something a little bigger and then I went from things to money to developing a foundation. [21:18] It may take some introspection but anybody who wants to give back can figure out something that they enjoy. [22:47] Hearing stories from from my great grandmother about what Goshen was like when she was young, it was very similar to the way people live in Basa today. [26:45] There are real risks for Basa in the sense that a road has come to the village, the internet and cell phones have come and this worries the village elders. [27:37] The kids are now being exposed to a world that is very different from what they have known for hundreds of years. [28:11] This exposure can lead to a lot of them being attracted to leave the village and for those that will stay, they will want to change the village in ways that were unforeseen. [28:20] The fundamental values of the villagers, including the kids have not changed and part of that is because they have such a strong tradition on environmental responsibility and a sense of community. [28:41] I hope it stays, because not only is it a wonderful thing, but also in terms of happiness, the villagers have a very high happiness quotient. [30:10] Find something that moves you and one that you enjoy, but will move you to be involved with your community in a productive giving way and it will give back to you. [32:11] …………………..….. TopDog Learning Group, LLC is a leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA but with “TopDoggers” (aka consultants) throughout North America and beyond. They focus on training programs (both virtual and face-to-face), keynotes and “lunch and learns,” group and 1:1 coaching, and off-the-shelf solutions. One such solution is their Masterclass on The Top 3 Strategies to be Resilient in Times of Change. This thoughtful self-paced online training will guide you through three tactics you can immediately use to—not just survive—but thrive when change comes at you. Use the code RESIL50OFF for 50% off the program! Just go to https://bit.ly/3a5mIS6 and enter the code RESIL50OFF, in all capitals, to redeem your 50% off coupon. The link and code will be available in our show notes for easy access.  

Live Your Best Life with Liz Wright
Hunger Attracts Heaven w/ Kelley Feste

Live Your Best Life with Liz Wright

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 25:05


Liz interviews revelatory teacher Kelley Feste, whose life is a testimony of hope to anyone who wants to encounter the spirit realm, but feels stuck.  Kelley had been teaching the Word for over 20 years when the Lord removed scales from her eyes and she stepped into a life of wild encounters with Him. Listen with an open heart to receive Kelley's testimony--this is what God wants to give to you, too! Learn to recognize the still, small voice and shift your attention to tune into heaven.

Indoor Adventures
Rime of the Frostmaiden, Part Thirty Three | The Caves of Hunger

Indoor Adventures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 171:52


Our heroes continue their descent to reach a forgotten Netherese city, only to discover what hungers beneath the Reghed Glacier. Come join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/ntaEjvc Consider supporting us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/IndoorAdventures Merch: indooradventure.redbubble.com

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Afternoon Ag News, October 11, 2021: Soybean farmers working to reduce worldwide hunger with soy protein

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 2:26


Through WISHH, the American Soybean Association's World Initiative for Soy in Human Health program, soybean farmers are addressing hunger and creating demand for U.S. soybeans in unique ways. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Green Acres Messages
The Upside Down Life - Satisfying Hunger

Green Acres Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 28:49


How can it be that you can have hunger and thirst but still experience satisfaction? Yesterday we continued our study of the Beatitudes in Matthew 5:6 and what it means to have "Satisfying Hunger".  CONNECT AT GREEN ACRESAre you new to Green Acres or would like more info about our church? Visit www.gabc.org/connect and someone from our team will be in touch with you. Or you can text GABC to 797979!Do you have a prayer request?Click here: www.gabc.org/prayerWant to give to Green Acres? Click here: www.gabc.org/giveFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/GABCTylerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabc_tyler/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/greenacresbaptistchurchLike, subscribe, and share! 

Mama Knows Nutrition: Feeding toddlers made easy
20: Hunger & tantrums: How to prevent the hangry meltdown

Mama Knows Nutrition: Feeding toddlers made easy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 19:09


You know what happens when your child gets too hungry...hunger tantrums are REAL. Here's how to prevent (and recover) from one.This is Feeding Toddlers Made Easy, the Mama Knows Nutrition podcast. I'm your host Kacie Barnes, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Master of Clinical Nutrition, mom of a new first grader and a preschooler. Feeding Toddlers Made Easy solves your nutrition and food questions that you send in to me, go to mamaknowsnutrition.com/podcast to submit your question and that's where you'll find show notes from all of the episodes, too. Please take a second to hit subscribe so I'm always here when you need me!RESOURCES:Toddler Meal and Snack ScheduleHow to get your Toddler to Try New Foods - “safe foods”Non-dairy yogurt picksRecipe: 5-ingredient no bake nut butter barsHealthy Toddler Snack GuideRecipe: Pineapple Chicken Recipe All Day Toddler SnackingFor links to some of the food products and snacks mentioned, go to the show notes on my website here! 

Optimal Health Daily
1508: Learn How to Tune in to Your Hunger and Fullness Cues by Crystal Karges on Learning How To Trust Your Body

Optimal Health Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 10:28


Crystal Karges helps you learn how to tune in to your hunger and fullness cues Episode 1508: Learn How to Tune in to Your Hunger and Fullness Cues by Crystal Karges on Learning How To Trust Your Body Crystal Karges is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and mama of five specializing in intuitive eating for mothers and families. She's passionately committed to helping you and your children enjoy freedom with food as a family. She helps overwhelmed mamas ditch diet culture for good and heal their relationships with food and their bodies so they can confidently raise intuitive eaters and enjoy eating together as a family again. Because when mothers thrive, families flourish. The original post is located here: https://www.crystalkarges.com/blog/learn-how-to-tune-in-to-your-hunger-and-fullness-cues  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Health Ranger Report
Those who MOCKED you for prepping will soon be BEGGING you for food

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 24:27


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

Radio Health Journal
Synthetic Biology: Friend or Foe?

Radio Health Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 17:34


Scientists have merged biology, chemistry, genetics and other sciences to create new, synthetic organisms. The most visible use may be plant-based Impossible Burgers that taste like meat, but researchers believe “synbio” may eventually help address hunger, pollution, and other modern problems. Yet in the wrong hands, synthetic biology could unleash terrible biological weapons. Experts discuss.

The Health Ranger Report
Major food supplier CEASES OPERATIONS as food supply chain collapse accelerates

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 21:00


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

Andy Woods Ministries
Blessed Are Those Who Hunger

Andy Woods Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 11:00


Christ Crucified Fellowship
Blessed Are Those Who Hunger

Christ Crucified Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 11:00


Awaken The Wonder with Evangelist Caleb Wampler

I was in a fifth-grade class in Nebraska when Jesus came and moved on all of their hearts! It was a powerful experience! For more information visit: www.kingdomencounters.us Children are hungry for the Kingdom of Heaven! I was in a class of fifth graders when they asked me what the coolest thing I've ever seen was. Right there in the classroom, Jesus came, and the children began to weep. It was a powerful experience and these children's lives were marked forever! Here the powerful story by tuning in to today's episode. If you are hungry for more of the Lord head over to www.kingdomencounters.us/free for the first two chapters of Evangelist Caleb Wampler's book Hunger, for free! Stay connected through Evangelist Caleb's social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalebWampler/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/evangelistcalebwampler To give to what the Lord is doing with Kingdom Encounters International: www.kingdomencounters.us/give  

Text Talk
10-08-2021: Perfect

Text Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 16:22


Matthew 5:38-48Andrew and Edwin discuss how trying to change the meaning of the word "perfect" doesn't make either of them feel any better about this requirement of surpassing righteousness. Then they explain how it takes us back to the very first statement of the Sermon about being poor in spirit. Read the written devo that goes along with this episode by clicking here.    Let us know what you are learning or any questions you have. Email us at TextTalk@ChristiansMeetHere.org.    Join the Facebook community and join the conversation by clicking here. We'd love to meet you. Be a guest among the Christians who meet on Livingston Avenue. Click here to find out more. Michael Eldridge sang all four parts of our theme song. Find more from him by clicking here.   Thanks for talking about the text with us today.________________________________________________If the hyperlinks do not work, copy the following addresses and paste them into the URL bar of your web browser: Daily Written Devo: https://readthebiblemakedisciples.wordpress.com/?p=7661The Christians Who Meet on Livingston Avenue: http://www.christiansmeethere.org/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TalkAboutTheTextFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/texttalkMichael Eldridge: https://acapeldridge.com/ 

SATIATE
Ep. 52 :: Hunger, Fullness and Mastering Your Metabolism

SATIATE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 63:47


In this episode, I will walk you through the why's and how's to igniting your metabolism, especially if you are struggling with many of today's most common struggles and health issues. Understanding how to best fuel your body (to feel how you want to feel) is one of the most complex conundrums of our time –– especially if you are trying to sort it out all on your own.  Making peace with your plate has never been more confusing. Listen and learn: ~ How to refine and trust your body's natural intelligence with your hunger and fullness. ~ The foundational universal principles within food and metabolic health. ~ The heavy hitters when it comes to blood sugar that you may not know about. ~ How chronic stress relates your metabolic health and what to do about it. ~ How to start to feel better one meal at a time with one simple formula ~ Resources, tips and tricks to help you along your journey to feeling your best. If you want more customized support and to work with me privately please visit: https://www.bouldernutrition.com/programs

Awaken The Wonder with Evangelist Caleb Wampler

We think so often that we will do things for God, but then do it without Him! For more information visit: www.kingdomencounters.us Jesus never leaves you! You don't have to go out into the world, without the Lord Himself! When He commissions you to go out and do what He has called you to do, He goes with you. This is the best news, you have the Savior, Healer, Deliverer, Waymaker, going out with you. If you are hungry for more of the Lord head over to www.kingdomencounters.us/free for the first two chapters of Evangelist Caleb Wampler's book Hunger, for free! Stay connected through Evangelist Caleb's social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalebWampler/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/evangelistcalebwampler To give to what the Lord is doing with Kingdom Encounters International: www.kingdomencounters.us/give

Our True Crime Podcast
140. From Debt to Death Row: Maureen "Miki" McDermott

Our True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 38:55


Were are going back to the mid-80s with this case. 1985. Police Academy 2 was a box office smash and holding on to number 1 at the box office for 4 weeks and We Are The World by USA for Africa was the number 1 song. Coca-Cola released New Coke and women's hair was as high as a stockbroker on Wall Street.Stephen Eldridge 27year old and 37 years old Maureen “Miki” McDermott were pretty much inseparable from the night they met through mutual friends at a gay bar called In Touch Lounge in Van Nuys, California. Miki was about 10 years older than Stephen but they both were gregarious people and loved being the center of attention. They were great friends. Well...at least one of them thought so.Join Cam and Jen as we talk about Stephen and Miki in From Debt to Death Row.Big thanks to these amazing menEdward "The Voice" October from OctoberpodVHS brings you the Listener Discretion.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZQk-oAsjZNG18y8bX24c6wProducer Nico "Neeks" Vettese does all of OTCP's music, sound, and editing.wetalkofdreams.comSources:https://caselaw.findlaw.com/ca-supreme-court/1465157.htmlhttps://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1990-06-09-me-660-story.htmlhttps://khmezek.com/2021/02/14/the-man-who-saved-monsters/https://khmezek.com/2012/12/04/a-dangerous-woman-2/https://www.upi.com/Archives/1990/06/08/Nurse-sentenced-to-die-for-1985-slaying/8974644817600/http://www.cncpunishment.com/forums/showthread.php?730-Maureen-McDermott-California-Death-Rowhttps://lethalladies.blogspot.com/2019/10/maureen-miki-mcdermott-hunger-for-cash.htmlhttp://www.metnews.com/articles/2020/mader010720.htmhttps://murderpedia.org/female.M/m/mcdermott-maureen.htmhttps://mycrimelibrary.com/maureen-mcdermott-women-on-death-row/https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/State-s-top-court-upholds-woman-s-death-sentence-2811405.phphttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt2812808/https://deadlywomen.fandom.com/wiki/Hunger_for_Cash

Add Passion and Stir
High Tech & High Touch Deliver the Child Tax Credit

Add Passion and Stir

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:20


In this second episode of Add Passion and Stir's Child Tax Credit series, we look at how organizations are using technology to make sure eligible families are receiving the credit. With more than 36 million additional children — a majority of whom are Black and Latino — now eligible for the CTC and the credit being distributed as a monthly payment instead of an annual lump sum many changes were required to ensure success of the program. We spoke with Amanda Renteria, CEO of Code for America, who launched the GetCTC.org portal to make it easier for families to claim their credit and Jimmy Chen, CEO of Propel, the organization behind the Providers app, which allows participants to manage a variety of government benefits, including the CTC, in one place about how they are helping to the credit reach all eligible families.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Awaken The Wonder with Evangelist Caleb Wampler
You Have The Keys Of The Kingdom

Awaken The Wonder with Evangelist Caleb Wampler

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 8:39


We can have goosebumps and feel the Lord, but if people don't come to Jesus, then the church will die out! For more information visit: www.kingdomencounters.us Church, we must have lost people coming to Jesus! You may be pursuing after the presence of God, the signs and wonders, which is great! Are you also stepping out and joining in on the Great Commission? We must be a collective unit preaching the gospel wherever we go! Can I submit to you that God has already given you every key that you need? In this episode hear me teach on the keys of the kingdom of Heaven, this will empower you to go out and share the gospel! If you are hungry for more of the Lord head over to www.kingdomencounters.us/free for the first two chapters of Evangelist Caleb Wampler's book Hunger, for free! Stay connected through Evangelist Caleb's social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalebWampler/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/evangelistcalebwampler To give to what the Lord is doing with Kingdom Encounters International: www.kingdomencounters.us/give

Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Part 139 - Chris Irvin & Brian Sanders on Making Sense of Calories, Hunger, Diets, Bad Epidemiology, Vegan Propaganda, and True Human Health

Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 90:25


This is an interesting episode that features Chris Irvin, M.S. who actually interviewed me on his podcast: Keto Answers. Chris is a health researcher, writer, and educator focusing on the impact of low carb and keto diets on health and human performance. Chris has a master's degree in exercise and nutrition science and spent his time in graduate school studying and conducting ketogenic research. Chris is the creator of the brand The Ketologist, which is known for producing social media infographics and educational health content. He is the author of Keto Answers, Mommy Do I Have to Eat This?, and is the education manager at Perfect Keto. Check out his website: https://www.theketologist.com/  In the episode, we discuss what happened over a 40-year period that changed our food industry to this day, the problem with nutrition epidemiological studies, why a plant-based diet bias exists and how that's negatively affecting us, why counting calories is ineffective and what to focus on instead, satiety signals, and so much more. You'll also hear more about my story, Food Lies and how this differs from other nutritional documentaries out there. SHOW NOTES (4:40) Brian's background (7:35) Where Brian likes to eat in Austin, TX (9:04) How Brian came up with his tagline for Food Lies (10:04) Brian's approach in Food Lies (10:52) The science on ancestral nutrition principles and how it applies today (12:51) What happened during a 40-year period in our history that's still impacting us today (14:40) Gary Taubes' thoughts on what went wrong (17:48) Vitamin K activating vitamin D (18:15) The inherent problems with epidemiological studies (19:53) An interesting nutrition study on kids and obesity rates (21:20) The plant-based diet bias and why this exists and how it's still being perpetuated today (24:17) Why are people continuing to use epidemiological studies if they have problems? (24:55) The impact of Big Food getting involved in our food system (27:35) How bad hospital food is nutritionally and why it's like this (30:33) Why we're in this mess (32:29) What can we do to fix this problem? (40:22) What's the story with calories? (44:42) The satiety levels in food and why this should be more of a focus (49:59) Is it true that obese people have poor appetite signaling hormones? (53:21) The problem with counting calories (54:38) Protein satiety signaling (56:58) The difference between carbs and fats for satiety (59:31) Does the glycemic response and blood sugar play a role in satiety? (1:06:07) Why high omega-6 and seed oil consumption are the biggest problem (1:11:30) The problems with seed oils (1:12:20) Metabolic status and taking daily habits into consideration (1:16:59) More about Brian's documentary Food Lies, including why he started this project, what he hopes to achieve with it, and more (1:19:25) What would success look like for his documentary? (1:24:46) Brian also shares whether he's been censored on social media for his work on his documentary (1:29:32) How you can support Brian's work and his documentary Food Lies   GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org  GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org    Follow along: http://twitter.com/FoodLiesOrg  http://instagram.com/food.lies  http://facebook.com/FoodLiesOrg 

Awaken The Wonder with Evangelist Caleb Wampler
Doctor's Shocked By Powerful Pregnancy Testimony

Awaken The Wonder with Evangelist Caleb Wampler

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 9:48


Hear the powerful testimony from my wife's most recent pregnancy! For more information visit: www.kingdomencounters.us The enemy will try to kill, steal, and destroy in your life, but let me tell you, he does not have control over you! After announcing that we were going after one million souls this year, my wife's water broke at 25 weeks. The doctors were saying my child could have down syndrome, he might not live, but I knew that was not what the Lord was saying! This turned into a powerful testimony of how the enemy was trying to attack my family, but Jesus came out victorious! Tune in to hear the reaction from the doctors when God moved in the situation. If you are hungry for more of the Lord head over to www.kingdomencounters.us/free for the first two chapters of Evangelist Caleb Wampler's book Hunger, for free! Stay connected through Evangelist Caleb's social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalebWampler/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/evangelistcalebwampler To give to what the Lord is doing with Kingdom Encounters International: www.kingdomencounters.us/give

The Thick Thighs Save Lives Podcast
EP146 When A Calorie Deficit Doesn't Equal Fat Loss

The Thick Thighs Save Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 34:02


Calories in, calories out. You've heard it before. But is it really the whole story? In today's episode, Rachael and Kelsea discuss the concept of calories in and calories out, why it's complex, and what happens when people rely on clickbait-style articles on nutrition and health and fitness. Listen in to hear what Rachael and Kelsea have to say about self-blame, heroes and villains, and how to improve your diet without focusing on restriction and elimination. Topics Discussed in Today's Episode: Self-blame and the diet industry Click-baity health and nutrition articles The carbohydrate insulin model How fat storage works The problem with blaming processed carbs Hunger cues Ignoring heroes to talk about villains Improving diets instead of focusing on elimination Why your body will always look different than other bodies, regardless of diet The 800-gram challenge The tools in your toolbox RELATED LINKS The article discussed in this episode. The CVG Nation app, for iPhone The CVG Nation app, for Android Our Fitness FB Group. Thick Thighs Save Lives Workout Programs Constantly Varied Gear's Workout Leggings Our Fitness Blog

The 42cast
The 42cast Episode 127: Armed and Dangerous

The 42cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021


Out of the pages of Deadly Hands of Kung Fu, Shang-Chi punches his way into the box office. In this episode we talk about how a character mired in the Kung Fu cinema culture of the 70’s got adapted for the 2020’s. We discuss the cast and what we thought of both the characters and... The post The 42cast Episode 127: Armed and Dangerous appeared first on The 42cast.

Food Dignity Podcast
People Assume Your Liberal, If You Fight Hunger.

Food Dignity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 8:49


In this 9-minute “Candid Clancy,” Clancy asks us why political affiliation is even associated with hunger? We have to eat to survive. We are connected by this basic need.

The Health Ranger Report
Situation Update, Oct 4, 2021 - The global supply line collapse is being ENGINEERED to crush human civilization

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 73:25


0:00 Intro 4:10 Police Shootout 18:13 Cargo Embargo 28:35 Vaccines 51:15 Supply Line Collapse 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 ▶️ Download our app: https://www.naturalnews.com/App ▶️ Join Our Social Network: https://brighteon.social/@HealthRanger ▶️ Check In Stock Products at: https://PrepWithMike.com