It is a pleasure to welcome back to the Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar franchise – singer, dancer, choreographer, and TikTok star Frankie Zulferino.Frankie has been singing and dancing for much of his life. After performing in theatrical productions based in New York City and countless vocal lessons, he decided to audition and became the first member of the boyband WOW. Frankie traveled across Canada and Europe as they opened for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez with the group. Despite his success with WOW, Frankie decided to pursue a career as a solo artist.As a solo artist, Frankie caught the attention of Ryan Seacrest and Perez Hilton, who featured him on their respective websites. He also appeared on The CW's The Next, where Joe Jonas mentored him during the show's New York City stop. After the show aired, Frankie toured across China and at New York Fashion Week.Recently, Frankie Zulferino developed a massive social media following thanks to his covers, including Chaka Khan's “I Feel for You,” George Michael's “Faith,” and his tributes to Ne-Yo and Paula Abdul. Also, multiple media outlets such as American Songwriter, Broadway World, and Rolling Stone India have recognized his original music.In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Frankie Zulferino spoke about his latest single: “Hit That,” with Universal Music Group recording artist Melii. He also talked about receiving praise from Paula Abdul herself after his viral dance tribute to the former American Idol judge.
How do I FEEL? Is this the right one to share? Many times, we hide our feelings because they are not the RIGHT ONES. End up layering on shame, anxiety or fear? Ever thought: If they know I feel like that I'm done? Natalie Webster, longtime client-friend-real estate agent, and I tackle the trouble our feelings about our feelings cause. https://ReloWomen.com www.NatalieWebsterRealtor.com
‘God is the ocean of Spirit; we are like waves that rise and fall on the ocean's surface. To one involved in the drama of relative life, who is attached to success and fearful of failure, attached to good health and fearful of illness, attached to physical existence and fearful of death, human experiences appear to be the only reality. To one who is established in nonattachment, everything is perceived as God'. ~ Paramahansa Yogananda Freedom, Fun, Spiritual Community, Connection, Contribution and Flow. THESE are the feeling experiences of life that bring me present to the moment. In these moments I FEEL as though I lose all track of time. I'm in what athletes refer to as ‘the zone'. I am present to my ‘true self', the authentic me, connected to Source and functioning naturally. In contrast, when my buttons get pushed, when I'm triggered by an outside person, situation or even a thought in my own mind, I go numb. I go unconscious. I shut down. I'm am no longer present to the moment. I am no longer my authentic self. I am no longer functioning freely with Source. What's the reality here? I've been taken over by the ‘Identity System'. ‘It', the Identity System is in now in charge, off and running and holding me hostage to its requirements to fix what's wrong, make it better. OR, get depressed enough that I'm not who, where and how I should be. NOT healthy!! Not good…and we have a happy ending…. Join our Tuck Talk Podcast conversation this week and learn about your Identity System. More importantly, learn how to befriend this system, and how to REST it through a concept called Bridging, to ‘Come to Your Senses'. Ahhhhh….breath, relax and smile. Who is this Rebel Belle? Tuck Self is a "personal growth enthusiast" and catalyst with a passion for squeezing as much juice and joy out of life as possible. As a southern woman, she was raised to do what is "appropriate" making everyone else around her comfortable, even at the expense of her own happiness. Her journey has been one of finding and reclaiming her voice and boldly expressing that to the world. Her passion is empowering her clients to find their voice, express it fully and on their own terms! Tuck is a Certified Life Development Coach in Communication, Certified Natural Law Coach, Certified Hypnotist, and a Human Design Specialist and BG5™ Career and Business Consultant. Having studied and mentored with many great Masters of our time ( including Bob Proctor, Dr. Carol McCall, Jennie Marlow, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Dr. Jill Ammon-Wexler, Richard Rudd, Christian Pankhurst, Loral Langemeier and many more) she has synthesized the tools and techniques into her Rebel Belle Philosophy. These pathways create a solid foundation, insight and joy in your life that aligns you with your truest path and most authentic essence. Tuck invites you to take an unparalleled leap of faith in yourself. Grab your petticoat ruffles and high step your way to a whole new fun and fabulous life. If you're interested in learning more about Tuck, visit her website at https://therebelbelle.com
Chamamos nosso amigo Fábio Tust para bater um papo sobre jogos corrida, relembrando jogos desde o Atari até o maravilhoso Forza Horizon, passando por histórias engraçadas e nossa paixão por velocidade. I Feel the Need, the Need for Speed! Compartilhe o DETONADO com os amigos e converse com a gente nas nossas redes sociais ou Discord, o link para tudo vocês podem encontrar em https://linktr.ee/detonadocast. Se você curte nosso conteúdo, considere nos apoiar em https://apoia.se/detonado-cast ou também com uma sub na Twitch em https://www.twitch.tv/detonadocast. Trilha de abertura e edição: @fdeluces
#250: How to Tell Someone, “You Suck!” Featuring special guests, Dr. Matthew May and the always exciting but pedantic Dr. Rutherford Knows, plus our podcast regulars, Rhonda and David Rhonda begins the podcast with a wonderful email from a woman who asked how you might use the Five Secrets of Effective Communication when you have to deliver give negative feedback to someone. Hi David and Rhonda, I'm an avid listener of the podcast and reader of Dr. Burns' material. I've been working my way backwards listening to all the podcasts, and I now own all of Dr. Burns' books and am working my way through those, too! I've especially found the live therapy on the podcast and role-play using the Five Secrets incredibly useful. The Five Secrets of Effective Communication are like a cheat code for life. As I've been applying it in my own life, every conflict has had a phenomenal outcome and I end up closer with the other person. It's incredible. You've given many useful examples of using the Five Secrets on the podcast to respond to someone, for example, who is attacking you and you use the disarming technique and inquiry to hear more about how it's been for them. My question is, how would you use the Five Secrets to initiate a conversation where you have to be the one to bring up something that the other person doesn't want to hear, or that it may be painful for them to hear? I started to think about this when consulting for a CEO who needed to fire someone, but needed to keep the relationship amicable, as well as consulting with another business owner whose employee had been deceitful and she needed to have a "come-to-Jesus" talk with him. Similarly, I've always struggled to bring up something that's bothering me to a spouse or loved one, because I didn't know how to initiate the conversation, and keep it from devolving into an argument (my greatest fear!). Could you perhaps do a role play on the podcast to demonstrate using the Five Secrets of Effective Communication to initiate a difficult conversation, such as: Firing or correcting an employee? Telling a spouse (or loved one) when you've felt hurt or angry because of something they did? Obviously you would still use all the same techniques (Stroking, I Feel statements, Inquiry, etc.), but I would love to hear an example. I find the role plays especially useful and would love to hear your expert wording for how you would approach this. Thank you to both of you for all your tremendous work! Rosemary We loved this request, and model how to deliver the bad news to someone using the Five Secrets. David mentioned that when he was in clinical practice, several women he treated were reluctant to give clear negative signals to men who were chasing them, for fear of hurting their feelings. So, out of excessive “niceness,” they ended up leading the man on, sometimes for months, and hurting him even more. It is probably far more merciful and caring to be honest with someone in a kindly way, so he or she can let go and move forward with his or her life. Rhonda, Matt, and David illustrate David's “Intimacy Drill.” In this exercise, the person delivering the bad news is Person A, and the person receiving the bad news is Person B. The drill involves four steps. First, Person A delivers the bad news to Person B, trying to use the Five Secrets of Effective Communication (link). The bad news might be telling Person B that she or he has been fired, or that you're angry with Person B, for example. Then Person A gives himself or herself a letter grade on how well she or he did. Was it an A, B, C, D, or an F? Then Person B and the observers give a letter grades to Person A as well.. Next, everyone points out what Person A did that was effective, and what was ineffective, using Five Secrets terms. For example, you might say that the Feeling Empathy and Stroking were great, but there was no “I Feel” Statement or Inquiry at the end. Then you can do a role-reversal, and try to model an improved response. This is, by far, the best way to learn the Five Secrets of Effective Communication. However, it requires non-defensiveness on the part of all who participate, and the philosophy of “joyous failure.” This means that you view your errors as opportunities for learning and growth instead of shame and defensiveness! If you want to master the Five Secrets for use in ANY situation, the “Intimacy Exercise” is a fantastic way to practice. However, remember to check your ego at the door, because you'll probably gets some low grades and make plenty of errors, especially if you're a beginner. But if you work at it, and keep practicing—which very few people do—you can develop some fantastic communication skills that can help you in personal and professional relationships. Today, we also introduced, in a small way, the very shy and erudite, and somewhat pompous, Dr. Rutherford Knows, who makes an occasional comment. He may agree to participate in future podcasts as well. Dr. Knows could be a really great podcast enhancement, since he (hopefully) makes the rest of us look really good! Let us know what you think! Rhonda and I are really pleased to work with Dr. May again. He is a dear friend and colleague, and, according to David and Rhonda, Matt is one of the finest therapists and teachers on planet earth! I strongly agree with this assessment of Dr. May. If you wish to contact him, you can reach him at: www.MatthewMayMD.com. Matt added that people interested in treatment can schedule a free 15-minute phone call there, my schedule permitting. Thanks! Rhonda and David Rhonda, Matt, and David (with Dr. Rutherford Knows)
The coaches are back! Make sure you check on your Laker and Knick fan friends (01:59). In a convo about his birthday week, Rich talks about the value of convo’s with the coaches parents (12:53). Rich is in search of a Dodgeball league and Mike may be willing to drive miles to join him (18:51). Wilder in the woods training to The Weeknd’s, “I Feel it Coming”
In celebration of Pride Month, we talk to Rufus Wainwright about his livestreamed concert on June 10th, Rufus Does Judy at Capitol Studios, where he re-creates and celebrates Judy Garland's classic 1961 Carnegie Hall concert, and shares his thoughts on what it was like to be one of the first openly gay artists when he first emerged on the music scene in the ‘90s. He also talks about family, fatherhood and what the world needs now. We also talk to acclaimed Maine-based singer-songwriter-producer Lady Lamb about how discovering her identity early in life allowed her the freedom of expression to forge her own unique musical path. All this and some valuable advice from our recent ASCAP Experience session on how important video is to releasing new music today. Check out Rufus Does Judy at Capitol Studios on June 10th. Watch Lady Lamb's film "I Feel a Stillness Growing." RSVP for The ASCAP Experience. Listen, watch and subscribe on YouTube.
Thanks for the listens and support, Please Rate/Review and tell a friend. How many syllables does “Brewery” contain? Is Cassidy becoming a 4? Panic Attacks? Turbulence! SILLY! Records, We’ll get there, but first… BATHROOM KINK? Judgment, Maybe - Shame NO! We Love Everyone! Need some positive kink talk? Check out Ep.29 - Molena Williams “Don't Wring Out Your Kinks” Katie opens Cassidy’s records to get some advice on his troubled sleep and gets some great advice we could all use; I WANT, I WISH, I FEEL... Then they talk about his Obsession vs Drive to make a movie and get more great advice for us all. Let’s all “Act As If”! Unhhh on YouTube http://www.growler.com/ Knock, Knock - Who’s There - Not a beer website. FB/IG/T @allanswerspod Send your questions to, firstname.lastname@example.org, maybe we’ll answer your question, maybe we’ll just get you on the show to ask it yourself. Katie Rubin .com Join the facebook community for great conversations with like minded individuals. Thanks for the listens and support, Please Rate/Review and tell a friend.
And that’s a wrap! Season two of the Fitness for Consumption is now officially in the books! Or, technically speaking, stored on the cloud for your listening pleasure, but, either way, join us for the season two wrap up episode with the founder of the Think Fit Be Fit network and fellow podcast host of the same name, Jenn Schwartz. Jenn, PJ & GG go through the season episode by episode reflecting on lessons learned, surprising takeaways and questions that remain unresolved. If you’ve been listening to the episodes this is a great one to hear some further insights, if you haven’t yet had a chance to listen, this show is a great opportunity to get introduced to the body of work we have covered this season including power training, research study conclusions, biomechanics, unstable surfaces and stretching just to name a few. We’re taking a little break but will be back this Summer with season three, where we plan on delving into the science of skill acquisition. Please drop us a comment to let us know what questions or topics you would be interested in hearing more about! Featured episodes of Season 2 I Feel the Earth Move The Fine Print, part 2 In The Moment part 1 In The Moment part 2 The Goldilocks Zone Power Play It's About Time Size Matters ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach dedicated exercise professionals, future trainers, and exercise enthusiasts all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started, email@example.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTER: Dive deeper with us. Sign up here. We offer a unique view on muscles, portals to new ways to respect the body and health. Learning and ‘enjoy the process’ is a buzzy term. We take learning seriously and want to take our listeners on that journey with us and through us SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. episode. You can find us on a variety of podcast apps: Spotify Pandora iHeartRadio Amazon music TuneIn Google podcasts WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thinkfitbefit for a chance to be featured! Hosts can be found: Jenn on Instagram Fitness for Consumption on Instagram
Hey friends, so I'm working on this little remix app and just something about remix that I just this so cool the fact that your server and client side code run is written in the same file if in case you didn't know that that's that's what you do and it's really cool for validation so you can start by validating just a hundred percent on the server and remix makes it quite nice to be able to do that and that's where your validation should absolutely. 100% go by default that's like if you're gonna do it anywhere do it right there, but having client side validation can be nice for you know, showing error messages and stuff and so because the client side and silver side code is written in the same file, you don't want to like duplicate that that logic and so you just extract it to a function and then in the server you call that function and the client you call that function and when remix shakes out all of the stuff that function will appear in both places, but you don't have to write it twice and so. I'm just writing out a form right now and I had a a maximum length for a particular field and so I can just put that variable outside of everything and make sure that I only have one specific place where I say what the max length of this is gonna be and then I just use it in the client and in the server all in that same one file. I don't need to like put in a different module and import it or anything it's all just right there and I just think that's awesome that I I'd share that with you remix is just my friends it is something else. IFeel super productive working with this and yeah I the cool thing is that it's I feel like it's both pretty quick to get at for it to become familiar so it doesn't take the long for it to become easy relative to other stuff that I've worked with but it also seems so simple and so therefore I can build simple applications with it and and and and I I mean, I haven't written an application in a million lines of code with remix and,You think but I feel like this would scale well to that based on the experience I have in writing and working on enormous applications, so yeah anyway remakes it's it's awesome and I know that I gush over it but there's a reason it's not it's certainly not because Ryan and Michael are paying me in fact I paid them to be able to use it so there's there's no conflict of interest there, they're my friends, so they're there's a full disclosure but this thing is out of this world, so if you haven't taken a lucky remix yet and give a good look at it. See ya.
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about the whether the muscle squeeze or the stretch is more important for hypertrophy, the benefit of doing pull-ups everyday to increase proficiency, when “muscle finishers” should be used and how much daily cardio is enough. Adam divulges his new diet. (3:08) How Mind Pump is working on their creative flow. (7:47) When a gender reveal party causes an earthquake! (11:01) The guy's recap UFC 261 and the Jake Paul/Dana White beef. (12:47) LeBron James is really annoying off the court. (21:33) Why Biden's proposed climate change policy is not feasible. (24:35) Mind Pump Workouts: How improved mobility leads to building more muscle. (28:15) Sal gets roasted on social media. (35:30) Mind Pump Recommends, WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn on Hulu. (42:26) Mind Pump Debates: Does Tesla own the electric vehicle market? (49:45) #Quah question #1 - Is the muscle squeeze or the stretch more important for hypertrophy? (1:00:37) #Quah question #2 - Could doing pull-ups every day increase my proficiency? (1:04:31) #Quah question #3 – When should “muscle finishers” be used and how important are they? (1:09:00) #Quah question #4 - How much daily cardio is enough? (1:13:06) Related Links/Products Mentioned April Specials: MAPS Anabolic or Shredded Summer Bundle 50% off! **Promo code “APRILSPECIAL” at checkout** Visit Caldera Lab for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout for the discount** Gender reveal party using 80 pounds of explosives sets off earthquake reports UFC 261 Results: Anthony Smith's jabs, kick lead way to win; Uriah Hall has somber victory Jake Paul's beef with Dana White just got really accurate and very entertaining LeBron James deletes tweet targeting police officer who fatally shot 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant Fact-check: Does Biden's climate plan include reducing red meat consumption to 'one burger per month'? Mind Pump #1535: Should You Squat Below Parallel? Why Mobility Is So Important For Being Healthy – Mind Pump Blog Generation Hustle | HBO Max Originals Watch WeWork: or The Making and Breaking of a $47 ... - Hulu Visit Blue Chew for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code “MINDPUMP” at checkout** Why Can't I Feel the Right Muscles Working? - Mind Pump Blog Stop Working Out And Start Practicing – Mind Pump Blog Cardio Sucks for Fat Loss – Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dana White (@danawhite) Instagram Jake Paul (@jakepaul) Instagram Brendan Schaub (@brendanschaub) Instagram LeBron James (@kingjames) Instagram Mind Pump Memes (@mindpump_memes) Instagram Elon Musk (@elonmusk) Twitter Ben Pakulski (@bpakfitness) Instagram
Day 3 Intention: Today bring to Me ALL DEVOUT AND FAITHFUL SOULS, and immerse them in the ocean of My mercy. The souls brought Me consolation on the Way of the Cross. They were that drop of consolation in the midst of an ocean of bitterness.Reading: V7 – 11.9.1906“My daughter, the one who meditates Continuouslyon My Passion and Feels Sorrow for It and compassion for Me,pleases Me So Much that I Feel as though Comforted for All thatI Suffered in the Course of My Passion; and by Always Meditatingon It, the soul Arrives at Preparing a Continuous Food. In thisFood there are many different Spices and Flavors, which Formdifferent Effects. So, if in the Course of My Passion they GaveMe ropes and chains to tie Me, the soul Releases Me and GivesMe Freedom. They despised Me, spat on Me, and dishonoredMe; she Appreciates Me, Cleans Me of that spittle, and HonorsMe. They stripped Me and scourged Me; she Heals Me andClothes Me. They crowned Me with Thorns, mocking Me asKing, embittered My Mouth with bile, and Crucified Me; whilethe soul, Meditating on All My Pains, Crowns Me with Glory andHonors Me as her King, Fills My Mouth with Sweetness, GivingMe the Most Delicious Food, which is the Memory of My OwnWorks; and Unnailing Me from the Cross, she Makes Me RiseAgain in her heart. And Every Time she does so, I Give her a NewLife of Grace as Recompense. She is My Food, and I Becomeher Continuous Food. So, the thing that Pleases Me the Most isMeditating Continuously on My Passion.” - Book of Heaven by LusiaThe Divine Mercy Chaplet (Step by step)Quotes taken from “The 24 Hours of the Passion by Our Lord Jesus Christ” by Luisa PiccarretaLuisa Piccarreta Official Websitehttps://en.luisapiccarretaofficial.org/Buddy Comfort - vocals and guitar from the album, "Brother Sun, Sister Moon", http://www.buddycomfort.com, words and music by Donovan Leitch.For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/magi777)
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235: Anger in Marriage Several months ago. a professional dancer named Brian emailed me with an Ask David question on how to deal with anger in marriage using the Five Secrets of Effective Communication. I was pretty excited because anger in marriage is a problem nearly everyone can identify with, and something we all need some help with! Brian and his family Brian said that he and his wife, Michelle, have been married since 2009, and while he loves Michelle a great deal, their relationship runs hot and cold, with frequent angry clashes. I asked Brian for a specific example, including a partially filled out Relationship Journal (RJ), so I could get some details on what his wife said to him, and what, exactly, he said next, during one of their conflicts. Brian and his wife, Michelle The analysis of this exchange will provide us with a crystal clear example of the type of problem they are struggling with, along with the opportunity to pinpoint the specific errors Brian is making in responding to his wife’s criticisms. In the example he sent, she said that he wasn’t doing enough to help put the kids to bed one night, and he responded by saying nothing. He analyzed his response with the EAR technique from my book, Feeling Good Together. By ignoring her, it was obvious that failed on E = Empathy (he did not acknowledge how she felt), and A = Assertiveness (he did not share his feelings), and on R = Respect (he did not express any warmth, respect, or love for her.) He was able to see that this response will make the problem worse and force her to keep criticizing him. When he ignores her, she feels even more hurt, ignored, abandoned, and unloved. As a result, she’ll keep criticizing him since he hasn’t yet listened or “gotten it.” So although he feels like an innocent victim, he’s actually the secret creator of his own interpersonal reality. In other words, he forces her to do the very thing he’s complaining about. That’s the purpose of the Relationship Journal (RJ) —to help you see your own role in a conflict. It’s an amazing but pretty painful tool that’s potentially liberating. At my urging over the past several months, Brian worked really hard studying the Five Secrets of Effective Communication (LINK) and doing the written exercises in Feeling Good Together. After a rocky start, with some notable failures in his attempt to improve his interactions with his wife, he slowly began to “get it,” and their relationship began to improve a lot. Brian joins us today to describe his journey, and share his excitement about my first book, Feeling Good, as well as Feeling Good Together. I am really proud of what Brian has accomplished through commitment, practice, and hard work, as well as his courageous willingness to look at his own role in the problem. This is nearly always painful, and requires the “great death” of the “self,” or “ego.” During today’s podcast, we practiced with the “Intimacy Exercise.” This exercise can help you improve your skills with the Five Secrets. Here’s the way it works. To get things started, either Rhonda or David will play the role of Brian’s wife, and Brian will play the role of himself. We will criticize Brian in the way his wife sometimes criticizes him, and then he will respond, using the Five Secrets. For example, she recently said: “When I was on the phone with my best friend, you were rude and selfish, and making too much noise with the video you were creating.” Then he responded and we gave him a grade, and pointed out what he was doing right and what he was doing wrong that needed improvement. If you check your ego at the door, this can be a great, but challenging, way to learn! Brian gave himself a C on his response, which you’ll hear in the podcast, and Rhonda agreed. She also gave him a C. I gave him a B, as I thought he did some pretty cool things while making several errors. Here’s where he needed improvement. His use of the Disarming Technique needed upgrading. He didn’t strongly and directly endorse the truth in his wife’s criticism. For example, he might say something like this: “You’re right, I was being insensitive and selfish, and I’ve done that to you so often over the years.” His response would benefit from the inclusion of some “I Feel” Statements,” since it sounded a bit mechanical. For example, he might say, “I feel really sad and ashamed to hear you say that I was selfish and insensitive, because you’re absolutely right, and I love you so much.” There was no Stroking, and I included one way to do this in the “I Feel” response I just described. His Thought Empathy was good, but there was no Feeling Empathy. In other words, he did not mention how sad, hurt and angry his wife might be feeling. He did not finish with a sound use of Inquiry that would invite his wife to open up even more. For example, he could end by asking her to tell him more about how she feels when he’s being insensitive and selfish, and how hurt, angry, and lonely she might feel. Brian was non-defensive and open to this feedback. Then we did role reversals to give him the chance to try these new approaches and boost his grade. Here’s a comment he wanted me to share with you: Learning and implementing the 5 Secrets of Communication literally helped to save my marriage. The breakthrough came for me when I was really able to grab hold of Feeling Empathy, and really delve deep into understanding how my actions hurt my wife. This was one of the hardest challenges I've ever had in my life but the deeper I got into my wife's heart and mind, the more my anger dissipated and was replaced by empathy, warmth and love for my wife. I am no expert by any stretch of the imagination and in the podcast, both Rhonda and David went over some really cool role play to help sharpen my skills in the 5 Secrets. My hope is that by sharing my story it will help to provoke some helpful thoughts in the listener to help them continue to grow in their relationships. Brian Brian also said that he is a Christian, and loves Jesus, and that one thing he appreciates about the Five Secrets is that it is deeply connected to Christian teachings. For example, here’s a quotation from Matthew 7:3: “And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?” I strongly agree with Brian’s take on this, and believe that the Five Secrets of Effective Communication can be viewed as both a psychological and a spiritual tool. I would add that the Five Secrets, as well as all of the techniques in TEAM-CBT, are compatible with most if not all religious traditions. I have often said that the moment of profound change—the moment you recover from anxiety or depression, for example—will nearly always have a spiritual meaning, but the details of your interpretation will depend on your religious or philosophical upbringing. I like to emphasize this because my father was a Lutheran minister, but he seemed pretty suspicious of psychiatrists, thinking that psychiatry and religion were inherently at odds with one another. Some deeply religious people have seen me, as some kind of pariah, or enemy of religion. When I lived in Philadelphia, I went to Lancaster, Pa, on ten consecutive Saturday mornings to teach CBT at a beautiful religious hospital there. I enjoyed teaching their staff a number of new techniques for treating depression. They told me that one of the local evangelists had a Saturday morning radio show, and that whenever I came to town, he would say, “the snake has returned to Lancaster” on his show! I think it is because I quoted the Buddha on something, and some of the more conservative folks didn’t take kindly to that comment! I guess they thought that the Buddha was the same as the devil! I see religion and psychotherapy, in contrast, as synergistic. Although all of my work is totally secular, and based on research and clinical experience, the overlap of TEAM-CBT with all religious traditions is clear and unmistakable. I love it when clergymen, rabbis, or imams attend my workshops and point out the common grounds with what I’m teaching and their theological beliefs. We did more role playing during the podcast, as Brian also wanted to focus on his feelings of insecurity resulting from relentless self-critical thoughts, like, “I suck at dancing, so I’m worthless”. We used THE Externalization of Voices along with the Acceptance Paradox, the Self-Defense Paradigm, and the CAT (Counter-Attack Technique) to challenge his negative thoughts. We also used Positive Reframing to reduce his resistance to giving up his self-criticisms. We did a number of role plays with role reversals, just as we’d done earlier when practicing the Five Secrets. Brian was incredibly fun to work with, and Rhonda and I developed great affection and admiration from him. We’ll try to post some follow-up, too, once Brian has had the chance to listens to the audio with his wife We can perhaps get her responses to the show and include them in the show notes. There were at least two keys to the rapid progress Brian has made learning to use the Five Secrets of Effective Communication with very little input from me. He is very much in love with Michelle and intensely committed to improving their relationship. He has high standards and is willing to put in the work that is necessary to master the Five Secrets of Effective Communication, not only in his interactions with his wife, but also with people in general. He has also been willing to put in the work to learn to change the way he thinks and feels, so he can modify his internal dialogue as well as the way he communicates with others. Your internal and external dialogues will often fuel each other. You know that Brian is a professional dancer. Can you guess what he does for a living? I was surprised and delighted to learn that Brian runs a Break Dance School in Long Beach, California, for children, teens, and adults. Here is the link in case you want to contact him or sign up for some awesome break dance classes! Webreakdance.com Instagram.com/Webreak Here are some awesome video links you can watch: Webreak Soul Evolution Crew Performance: https://youtu.be/M4FzENnYXj4 Brian Breakdancing Solo: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CHjr8yXhGk7/?igshid=1341ipmr311ho
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer four Pump Head questions via Zoom. Name that popular movie quote. (3:26) Adam responds differently to certain nootropics. (6:30) How bodybuilder pumping reps may build more muscle than full-range of motion ones. (13:13) Why lifting tempo doesn't matter. (17:53) How Sal is finding gray hair in other places. (22:18) Cakes and weights. (23:38) Why Justin is experimenting with the DuckDuckGo search engine. (25:08) Italy is heading into another lockdown. (29:34) Obesity versus smoking, which is worse for your health? (32:24) The game-changing benefits of drinking LMNT. (41:17) The ultimate all-in-one health monitor wearable coming soon?! (42:36) #Quah question #1 – Do you have any advice on how to correct imbalances between both sides of my body when doing the big lifts? (49:15) #Quah question #2 – What are some ways you can increase your testosterone levels naturally? (55:30) #Quah question #3 – How can I promote longevity through powerlifting and address muscle imbalances? (1:09:45) #Quah question #4 – How can I break the plateau I am experiencing with my bodyweight squat? (1:16:31) Related Links/Products Mentioned March Specials: Get in Shape for Summer! MAPS HIIT, MAPS Spilt, and the Bikini Bundle all half off! – Promo code “SPRINGBREAK” at checkout Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout* Occlusion Training Guide - Mind Pump Media Occlusion Training Tutorial- How to Increase Muscle Size Using Blood Flow Restriction - Mind Pump TV Why You Need to Mix Rep Ranges After Periods of Training – Mind Pump Blog Why Your Tempo Matters When You Workout! - Mind Pump TV A year after COVID-19 slammed Italy, a third wave is making it deja vu all over again More countries suspend AstraZeneca vaccinations over blood clot fears: What we know so far iGen: Why Today's Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy–and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood–and What That Means for the Rest of Us Art of Happiness Podcast - An Epidemic of Loneliness The U.S. Obesity Rate Now Tops 40% Visit Drink LMNT for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! New skin patch brings us closer to wearable, all-in-one health monitor Single Arm Cable Row (DO THIS BACK WORKOUT) | Mind Pump TV Why Can't I Feel the Right Muscles Working? - Mind Pump Blog How Men Can Naturally Increase Their Testosterone – Mind Pump Blog Common Signs of Low Testosterone – Mind Pump Blog Visit Joovv for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! MAPS Fitness Prime | Muscle Adaptation Programming System MAPS Prime Webinar MAPS Prime Pro Webinar Mind Pump TV - YouTube MAPS Fitness Prime Pro | Muscle Adaptation Programming System Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Craig Capurso (@craigcapurso) Instagram Arthur Brooks (@arthurcbrooks) Instagram Paul J. Fabritz (@pjfperformance) Instagram
Series: Jesus—In His Own WordsI am the Light of the WorldJohn 8:12 seven “I AM” statements in John· reveal that Jesus is fully aware He is GOD. · reveal Jesus’ nature, purpose, and significance to our lives. the contextJesus is at Jerusalem during the Festival of the Tabernacles. During this ceremony the people of Israel would live in tents to remind themselves of God providing for them during the journey through the wilderness. There were 2 major parts of the ceremony: the libation ceremony and the illumination of the temple. Then Jesus spoke to them again, saying, “I am the light of the world. He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life.”John 8:12Observations Jesus acknowledges the reality of darkness. · Darkness can refer to negative emotional experiences. “I Feel dark” · Darkness can refer to ignorance or foolishness. “In the dark” · Darkness also refers to evil. “There is a darkness here” · Darkness is used to describe bondage “trapped in darkness” Jesus promises Light in the darkness. The light comes to those who follow Jesus. 1. You follow people you trust. 2. When you follow, your leader becomes your authority. If you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.Romans 10:9 Jesus has called us to share the light. Today’s Takeaways:
Hey gang, today we're fasting from the thought that says “I Feel stuck”. We've all thought that at times, but it's a lie. There's always a way out of what you're in, or a way into what you've been kept out of. When Jesus was tempted to not go to the cross, the Bible says, “He went forward a little . . .” (Mark 14:35 KJV). When you feel stuck, like there's nothing you can do, just take a step. Don't think about all the steps. Just take the next one. In a relationship, the first step may be just saying you're sorry. If it's finances, maybe it's just cutting one area of spending or giving one extra offering. Move forward a little! If you want to join me on this 40-day journey to change from the inside out, visit https://fastfromwrongthinking.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gregorydickow/support
It's The Doug Gottlieb Show with Dan Beyer and Jonas Knox filling in. Dan and Jonas debate whether or not Matthew Stafford handled his departure from Detroit better than any other quarterback. NFL Vet and Host at FSR Ephraim Salaam jumps on to weigh in on Russell Wilson calling out his offensive lineman. Dan feels positive about the Bucks despite Giannis missing the game winner and the whole crew predicts the future for Russell Wilson in "I Feel a Draft." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Where your time goes, is where Your God is... Exodus 20:3 (ESV) Video is from David Platt “Idolatry and Sports” What does my TIME say about how I FEEL about You?How am I stewarding my time? We have to REDEEM our TimeEverything is good and pleasing to the LORD, in their right place1 Corinthians 6:12 (ESV) Take the joys that God has given us, and use them to further the Kingdom1 Corinthians 9:19-23 (ESV)
Hello and welcome back to the Is That Soh Podcast! Today I have invited Ashley Parker from Splash of Ash to come on and share some 2021 relationship goals with us! Today on the podcast we are going to be talking about 2021 relationship goals, how to cultivate more self-love, and the power of ‘I Feel’ statements. If you enjoy this episode and want to show your personal support to the Is That Soh Podcast simply leave a review or screenshot today's episode in the podcast app and share it to your stories! If you decided to share this podcast to your stories, please don’t forget to tag me! I would love to hear from you! FOR SHOW NOTES, PLEASE VISIT: https://bit.ly/3td3rpY For more information, visit: www.isthatsoh.com https://splashofash.co -or - Find Me and Ashley On Social Media: @isthatsoh @isthatsohpodcast @a_splashofash
Links: https://bit.ly/wondermoreworryless https://podspout.app/wakeupwithwonder https://bit.ly/chopfit Discussed in this episode: I am starting to feel anxious and my anxiety levels are rising: Consider that anxiety is nothing more then a signal that something is out of alignment. With practice we can begin to feel where exactly the anxiety is at in our body and breathe into it. Feeling, breathing and getting present are natural remedies for anxiety. Wonder Exercise: (FBA, Feel, Breathe, Ask) Where do I FEEL the anxiety or restlessness at? (B.) Take THREE deep Breaths into that space where the anxiety was felt. (C.) ASK, what is my anxiety trying to tell me? F.) I feel anxiety/restlessness in my B.) I breathe deeply 3 times into this space. *3-Deep Breaths* A.) My anxiety is my friend and it is simply trying to tell me Announcements: Get your FREE 14 Ways to Wonder More Worry Less interactive PDF workbook with editable text boxes and JOIN the 22-day Wonder More Worry Less self discovery challenge and visit us over on Facebook @ https://bit.ly/wondermoreworryless Connect & Support: https://podspout.app/wakeupwithwonder Instagram @Jasonbgodoy TikTok @Jasonbgodoy Twitter @Jasonbgodoy Facebook @Wake Up With Wonder Monthly Newsletter @ www.wakeupwithwonder.com Email: email@example.com Credits: -Thank you for supporting the Wake Up With Wonder movement! Don't forget to like, subscribe comment, rate and review to continue sharing and receiving the Gift of Wonder. -Podcast logo cover art by @Djs_graphics -Voice introduction by Heartleigh D. Godoy -Sponsorship background music titled H2o by Prod._91 on Instagram @Prod._91 #wakeupwithwonder - Enjoy the show and remember to Never stop wondering because you are the wonder in the world! Strategic Partners for this Episode: @Chopfit ---> To get your chopper today visit https://bit.ly/chopfit and use the promo code "Wonder" --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithwonder/message
Imagine your life if you shifted your thinking from: "how do I look," to "how to I FEEL?" Don't you think it could change your life? For @JessamynStanley, bestselling author and celebrated Yoga practitioner, it HAS changed her life, her followers lives and now your life. Jessamyn is a plus-sized Yoga teacher, who has proven Yoga isn't for skinny girls in lululemon drinking expensive juices, it's for everybody and every BODY. MORE IMPORTANTLY, Jessamyn teaches us how Yoga is more than a physical exercise. Yoga is the cure for anxiety, self loathing, envy and the feeling you're not enough. It will also give you daily breakthroughs on who you are in this world and what your purpose is. If you've ever thought, "why would I ever do Yoga," you'll leave this interview thinking, "why would I ever NOT do Yoga!?" RESOURCES: Jessamyn's Website: www.jessamynstanley.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It's no secret that I LOVE a good routine, but not all routines are created equal! I have four routines I do (two are daily routines and two are weekly routines) that have made my life as a mom better because I FEEL better, my husband and I argue less often, I'm prepared for the week each week, and I wake up without being burdened. These four routines are very easy to implement and even easier to stay on top of because once you start doing them, you will feel so much better and will want to continue! What are they? Make sure you listen to the episode!LINKS:- Show Notes: http://www.worklifeglue.com/4routines/- Top 10 for 2020 Episode: https://www.worklifeglue.com/podcast/top102020- Shark Sweeper Vacuum: https://amzn.to/3oxhns5- Work Life Glue Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/worklifeglue/- Sunday Basket: https://organize365.com/the-sunday-basket- Work Life Glue Instagram: http://instagram.com/sarahwlg- Daily Clothes Organizer: https://amzn.to/35u9agK- Work Life Glue Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wlgmomsgroup
Feeling a little overwhelmed right now? I FEEL you! It can be so hard when your mind is going a mile a minute so today I want to talk about using a quadrant system to prioritize tasks! Want to learn more about this system? Attend my free class on How to Take MASSIVE action on your goals without overwhelm! www.apurposedrivenmom.com/goals A PURPOSE DRIVEN MOM SHOW NOTES: apurposedrivenmom.com/podcast88/
Doug recaps some of the bright spots from a difficult 2020. Callers share their favorite sports moments and sports resolutions for 2021. Former NFL QB Brandon Weeden joins in the fun and helps preview week 17 plus the crew play I Feel a Draft on Gametime! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
VPR Radio got the chance to interview the legendary, Grammy-award-winning group The System. Mic Murphy and David Frank stopped by to chop it up with DJ FMI and Qianathegoddess just days before the election. The duo was promoting their new hit single- People Get Up! featuring Sandra St. Victor and hip-hop artist Melle Mel. The timely track encourages Americans of all ages, genders and belief systems to hit the polls. The pair told VPR how they came together in the 1980's when Mic, who was a road manager and David a keyboardist for the band Kleeer met. Later in New York City, David Frank was working on a session that evolved into a track called "It's Passion" which was to feature a pre-stardom Madonna on vocals. However, due to creative differences, Madonna bowed out. Frank then remembered Murphy's soulful vocal ability and invited him work to on it. The results were so impressive that Atlantic Records offered Murphy and Frank a recording deal of their own. Murphy came up with the band's name, and within weeks "It's Passion" was receiving massive radio airplay in New York.Their first two albums featured hits like "Sweat," "I Won't Let Go" and the iconic "You Are In My System", which became a number ten R&B smash. In 1983, Mic and David also wrote and produced Pump the Nation, a one-off album for a project called Attitude. Attitude featured Khris Kellow, who worked on many of the later The System albums and appears as a member of the band in Beat Street video clip for Baptize the Beat. "Promises Can Break", "I Wanna Make You Feel Good" and "I Can't Take Losing You." The System also appeared in the 1984 breakdancing film Beat Street and the soundtrack, performing Baptize The Beat.Their version of the Marc Benno song "Rock N' Roll Me Again" became famous in the 1984 action comedy Beverly Hills Cop with Eddie Murphy. The soundtrack album would go on to win a Grammy. They would also reach No. 23 on Billboard's R&B chart with the title track from the 1988 Eddie Murphy film Coming to America. All of this success occurred while they were contributing their talents to projects such as the Scritti Politti album Cupid & Psyche 85, Phil Collins' "Sussudio," Chaka Khan's "I Feel for You," and "This Is My Night," and Mtume's "Juicy Fruit," among many others.The System's greatest success came in 1987 with the release of the single "Don't Disturb This Groove," from the album of the same name and the duo achieved their biggest US Pop hit, "Don't Disturb This Groove". The single reached No. 1 on the Billboard R&B chart and No. 3 on the Hot 100. The follow-up single, "Nighttime Lover," was also a top 10 R&B hit, peaking at No. 7.The duo came back together in 2000 and are in the process of crafting more projects together that will be releasing in 2020 and 2021. Follow The System- @TheSystemMusic @Thesystemmicmurphy @davidfrankthesystem and www.thesystemmusic.com Follow Hosts- @Qianathegoddess @DJFMI + @VPR_Radio--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vpr-radio/support
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about how exercise tempo affects the aesthetics of resistance training, how Smith machines compare to free barbell weights, eating in a surplus on off days when bulking, and how to navigate Mind Pump's library of instructional videos, free resources, workout programs, and advice. Mind Pump has ‘faces' for a podcast. (5:50) This is 40, Adam and Catrina's birthday weekend. (7:13) Fun Facts with Justin. (22:08) The lack of sleep that is going on at the Di Stefano household. (23:33) The controversy surrounding Baby Yoda. (25:20) The latest on the COVID vaccines. (28:21) Mind Pump HQ getting hooked up with new PRx gear. (32:03) The logic behind indoor/outdoor gyms. (35:25) Felix Gray blue-blocking glasses and their benefits to kids' behavior, homeschooling & MORE. (38:04) #Quah question #1 – How does exercise tempo affect the aesthetics of resistance training? (48:25) #Quah question #2 - Smith machines versus free barbell weights? (54:30) #Quah question #3 – While bulking on three times a week routine, should we eat in a surplus on off days as well? (58:55) #Quah question #4 – With Mind Pump being a treasure trove of instructional videos, free resources, workout programs, and advice, how would you help a beginner with a list of imbalances, mobility issues, and proper movements, etc.? Help them dive into something like correctional exercise and mobility without being overwhelmed? There are MAPS Prime, Prime Pro, and hundreds of videos posted on Mind Pump TV alone. Where would you get them to start? (1:02:27) Related Links/Products Mentioned November Promotion: MAPS Ultimate At-Home Workout Bundle for Only $99.99 Visit ZBiotics for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Don't You Dare Cancel Baby Yoda You Monsters Pfizer, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may be authorized for use within weeks: U.S. official Visit PRx Performance for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** Visit Felix Gray for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Tuttle Twins Book Series Why Can't I Feel the Right Muscles Working? - Mind Pump Blog Why Your Tempo Matters When You Workout! - Mind Pump TV Why Calories Matter for Hardgainers – Mind Pump Blog Calorie Cycling For Bulking and Fat Loss – Mind Pump Blog MAPS Prime Webinar MAPS Prime Pro Webinar Prime Bundle | MAPS Fitness Products Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources
I Feel for the situation, We are worth more than money. Instagram: muzi_mbele I take inspiration / love and support all the people below. They inspire me to be better and do better and keep going . Dj Harrington: https://www.facebook.com/Harringtondj Dj Lawal: https://www.facebook.com/DJLawalManchester HannahC Music: https://soundcloud.com/hannahcharlesmusic
ROOTS REVIVAL” #LiveRadioShow with your host Mitch-Reviving that honest sound from the roots of the earth. Thursday Night 7:30-9:00 PM EST On Cowboy’s Juke Joint #OnlineRadio Station www.cowboysjukejoint.com We SPIN the real stuff!! 1. The Bluesbones - Live On Stage LP 2020 - “Whiskey Drinking Woman” 2. The Bluesbones - Live On Stage LP 2020 - “Better Life” 3. Junior Hill and the Settlement - This Is My Life LP 2012 - “Outlaw Raisin’” 4. Them Dirty Roses -Them Dirty Roses LP 2017 - “Whiskey in My Cup” 5. Jeff Fetterman - Bottle Full of Blues LP 2015 - “Talk to Me” 6. The Regressive Blues Experiment - The Regressive Blues Experiment EP 2020 - “Only Room For You” 7. Jesus Sons - Tres LP 2017 - “Visalia” 8. Keith Scott - Stella Blues LP 2018 - ”Going Home” 9. The Desperados - Live Sessions (unreleased) - “Amplified” 10. The Sonny Moorman Group - Lucky 13 Naked LP 2019 - “Ol' Gunslinger” 11. Spencer Mackenzie - Cold November LP 2018 - “Voices Echoing” 12. Matt Bayes - From A Seed In The Ground Comes That Roots Sound LP 2019 - “The Old Black Dog” 13. Magnolia Bayou - Strange Place LP 2020 - “Hands in the Dirt” 14. Eli Cook - High-Dollar Gospel LP 2017 - “Trouble Maker” 15. Hard Stairs Blues Band - THE CAT'S MEOW LP 2020 - “Who Do You Love” 16. Black Cat Bone 616 - the 4-track tapes EP 2019 - “Jesus, carry my shotgun home” 17. Sunny South Blues Band - Sunny South Blues Band LP 2015 - “I Shoulda Known” 18. The Jefferson Coker Band - What Were You Expecting LP 2012 - “The River” 19. Black Mountain Prophet - Notorious Sinner LP 2013 - Too Much of a Good Thing” 20. Juke Jones - Bluff City Breakdown LP 2020- “Walkin Blues” 21. Bitter Roots - JiLO LP 2018 - “I Feel the Same” 22. HaT in the Garret - Songs From The Garret LP 2020 - “Walking Down The Road” 23. Glenn Kaiser - Long Way From My Home LP 2020 - “Leavin' Blues”
Trying to give this episode a title was difficult, because we talked about SO MANY amazing things. Dr. Lauren's insight about feeling gratitude in our body was probably my personal biggest takeaway. I have been noticing throughout my day how I FEEL when I am experiencing gratitude. So cool! Our entire conversation was jam packed with wisdom and practical tools that you can implement today to nurture and protect your mental health. I think we could all use a bit more of that right now! Dr. Lauren Cook is a therapist, speaker, and author. She (usually) travels around the country sharing how we can cultivate a life in accordance with our values. Lauren integrates positive psychology, gratitude, and neuroscience into her work to inform her evidence-based teachings. Dr. Lauren Cook began her training at UCLA, where she majored in Psychology and Communication Studies. She then earned her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Southern California. Dr. Cook then completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. Lauren currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and Siamese cat, Mochi and she loves spending time in the California sunshine. Enjoy this conversation and be sure to connect with Dr. Lauren and myself to let us know your biggest takeaways. Connect with Dr. Lauren Instagram Website Coaching The Decision Principles Connect with Sarah Instagram Facebook Group Planner Waitlist
Judi Mark was born in Chicago to a musical family who encouraged her to express herself creatively. Her dynamic range of training included ballet, modern dance, jazz, tap, acting, vocals and piano which set the stage for a successful performance career spanning over decades. She has appeared on concert stage, regional theater, cabaret, and the high seas. While studying acting with Bill Hickey, she performed in Off-Broadway productions, film and television. Her vocal studies with many world-renowned professionals prepared her for work at dinner theaters, cabarets and distinguished venues such as The Algonquin, The National Arts Club, The Triad, The Laurie Beechman Theater, Don’t Tell Mama, The Metropolitan Room, The Iridium, Sweetwater’s, Sign of the Dove, Judy’s Chelsea, Cabaret in the Museum and Florida nightclubs; Les Violins, The Copacabana, The Konover Hotel and the Boca Black Box Center for the Arts in Florida. She has shared the stage with Marilyn Maye and Anita Gillette in South Shore Theatrical’s “Showtune” at the Madison Theater and was a recent guest performer in Richard Skipper Celebrates “May Flowers” at the Laurie Beechman Theater. Performer/Producer Judi Mark has passionately written three one woman shows that played in NYC, Chicago, New Jersey, Connecticut and South Florida, ‘Judi Mark: Dancing Through Life’, singing songs made famous by the ladies who danced…a tribute to Miller, Miranda, MacLaine, McKechnie and more! ‘I Feel a Song Coming On’, a tribute to old Broadway and Hollywood nostalgia and most recently, ‘Laughing Through Life’…bites back at life in the Big Apple thru stories & songs from Hip to Hip replacement… featuring comedic backstage stories with song and dance. https://www.judimark.com/
Ayer se cumplieron 3 años de la muerte de Tom Petty. El 2 de Octubre de 2017 recibimos aquella triste noticia. Tom Petty había sido encontrado inconsciente a consecuencia de un paro cardíaco y fue trasladado al Centro Médico de UCLA en Santa Mónica, California, donde falleció. Fue una sobredosis "accidental" de medicamentos para paliar el dolor de su cadera rota, el insomnio, la ansiedad y la depresión. Estaba celebrando sus 40 años de carrera con una gran gira y faltaban 18 días para que hubiera cumplido 67 años. Los más fieles seguidores de Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, aquellos que se inscribieron en el Highway Companions Fan Club de la banda, recibieron una copia de Hypnotic Eye, el último trabajo del grupo por entonces, y un álbum exclusivo grabado en directo y titulado Live 2013 con tomas de las actuaciones de Tom Petty el año anterior en el Beacon Theatre de Nueva York y el Fonda Theatre de Los Angeles, además de algunos de los momentos más destacados de su aparición en el Bonnaroo Festival. De su paso por la Gran Manzana queda esta versión impecable de “So You Want To Be A Rock N' Roll Star”, una canción compuesta por Jim McGuinn y Chris Hillman para que los Byrds la incluyeran en su LP de 1967, Younger Than Yesterday. Estoy convencido de que Tom Petty siempre soñó que era el miembro oculto de los Byrds. Una implacable versión de “I Feel a Whole Lot Better” abría en 1989 la segunda cara del primer LP en solitario de Tom Petty, Full Moon Fever, y es un ejemplo más de la adoración que el artista de Florida tenía por los Byrds. La colaboración con Jeff Lynne fue fundamental en aquel sonido. Sin embargo, en un principio, la compañía discográfica no estaba satisfecha con el disco y se plantearon no publicarlo ya que, decían, que no había ni un single para editar. "Free Fallin'" les hizo cambiar de opinión. Fue la mejor despedida de la década de los 90. Aunque nos pueda parecer mentira, esta obra de arte llamada "Leave Virginia Alone" es una de las 10 canciones que quedaron fuera de la primitiva edición de Wildflowers. El artista de Gainsville la compuso en el 93, un año antes de la edición del disco. Eso sí, algún seguidor impenitente de Rod Stewart, como nuestro amigo Ignacio, la recordará formando parte de su álbum del 95 A Spanner in the Works. Por suerte, Mark Seliger y Adria Petty, hija de Tom, han conformado un vídeo delicioso protagonizado por la actriz Casimere Jollette, de la serie de Netflix sobre el mundo del ballet Tiny Pretty Things. Hay personajes inolvidables, en el mejor de los sentidos, y ese es el caso de Tom Petty, el artista de Florida que nos abandonó hace tres años. Su carrera en solitario nos dejó tres álbumes impagables y el segundo de ellos, el mítico Wildflowers de 1994 se convirtió en una de las joyas de su discografía. En realidad, todos los Heartbreakers estuvieron al lado de su líder, excepto el batería Stan Lynch que fue sustituido por Steve Ferrone. “Somewhere Under Heaven” forma parte del segundo de los álbumes de la reedición de Wildflowers, en concreto el llamado All The Rest. Era una de las 10 canciones que quedaron fuera de la edición original de 1994. "Crawling Back to You" reflejó, como todo aquel Wildflowers, los 20 años de fracaso de Tom Petty en su matrimonio con Jane Benyo, de quien se divorciaría dos años más tarde. Había estrofas como "Estoy tan cansado de estar cansado/Seguro que la noche seguirá al día/La mayoría de las cosas que me preocupan/Nunca suceden de todos modos". Las sesiones de grabación de Wildflowers comenzaron en 1992, cuando el músico de Florida tenía la intención de dar continuidad a su debut en solitario Full Moon Fever del 89. Pero Petty había llegado a un acuerdo con Warner, con quien había grabado como miembro de los Traveling Wilburys, a pesar de que junto a los Heartbreakers pertenecía a MCA. Aunque mantuvo a Rick Rubin como co-productor junto a su compañero Mike Campbell, decidió tomar el mando de aquel proyecto. Gracias a la familia de Petty y a sus archivos, se ha recuperado esta maqueta de uno de los temas punteros de aquel registro como es el caso de “You Don’t Know How It Feels”. En este caso, está grabada en su estudio casero un año antes de la edición del disco y los seguidores impenitentes del músico encontrarán diferencias en la letra, como una muestra más del proceso de creación. Esta versión de “You Don’t Know How It Feels” da una sensación mucho más íntima y personal de la original. Además, encontramos un verso que más tarde aparecería en la penúltima canción de aquel mismo álbum. Wildflowers fue el segundo álbum de Tom Petty como artista en solitario allá por 1994, que abrió con la canción que lo dio nombre genérico. Rick Rubin aportaba de nuevo su trabajo en la producción junto a Petty y Mike Campbell para llevar a cabo aquella aventura. El próximo 1 de noviembre se cumplirá un cuarto de siglo de su publicación. El próximo 16 de octubre aparecerá, por fin, Wildflowers & All The Rest, el proyecto más personal en el que Tom Petty estuvo centrado tras la publicación en 2014 de su último álbum con los Heartbreakers, Hypnotic Eye. Su intención primitiva era publicar las 10 canciones que no se incluyeron en el disco original, y que él llamaba All the Rest. Pero se ha añadido mucho más. En la cuádruple edición de lujo y dentro de las llamadas Home Recordings, con 15 cortes, de los que 12 son versiones nunca editadas y 3 son canciones inéditas, vamos a encontrar esta maqueta del tema central, “Wildflowers”, grabada en su estudio casero. A mitad de agosto de 1994 y dentro de las sesiones de grabación de Wildflowers se registró “Wake Up Time” que cerró aquel proyecto como décimo quinto tema. En esta reedición podemos escuchar la versión original, una “home recordings” y, además, esta toma alternativa que tan solo aparece en el quinto CD de la Super Deluxe Edition que han titulado Alternate Takes (Finding Wildflowers). El músico de Gainsville nunca olvidó que aquel segundo de sus álbumes en solitario de 1994 debía haber sido un disco doble, y fue dejando algunas muestras en distintas publicaciones posteriores. Tras su muerte, todos los planes de reedición se pospusieron hasta que se resolvió una demanda entre las hijas de Petty, Adria y Annakim, y su viuda Dana, el pasado año. Tom Leadon, hermano de Bernie Leadon, encontró a Tom Petty en los Epics y juntos formaron Mudcrutch en 1970 con Randall Marsh , añadiendo muy pronto a Mike Campbell y pasando a ser un quinteto tras la incorporación de Benmont Tench. La influencia de Leon Russell en la personalidad musical de Petty era relevante en aquellos tiempos y, de hecho, firmaron un contrato en 1974 con Shelter Records y se marcharon a Los Angeles, California. Publicaron un single en 1975, compuesto por él, sin ninguna repercusión y se disolvieron a finales de aquel año. Sin embargo, Petty, Campbell, y Tench, junto a Stan Lynch y Ron Blair formaron los Heartbreakers unos meses más tarde. En aquella reunión de 2007 para grabar con los miembros originales de Mudcrutch, quedaron para la historia canciones como “Orphan Of The Storm”. Tom Petty era el bajista de la banda, como su buen amigo Chris Hillman en los Byrds. The Live Anthology es una obra de arte convertida en colección de actuaciones de Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers a lo largo de su carrera que apareció hace 10 años. Existe una edición de lujo con los cuatro CDs de la edición estándar más un quinto CD de material también grabado en directo, dos DVDs nunca editados, un vinilo remasterizado de su álbum de 1976 Official Live 'Leg, y un disco Blu-ray disc con las 62 canciones de la caja, a la que se añade un poster de un concierto, reproducciones de pases de backstage, un libreto de lujo y una litografía. En ese quinto CD se encuentra esta versión del clásico “Ballad Of Easy Rider”, grabada en directo en el concierto de Nochevieja de 1978 en Santa Monica, California. Easy Rider se ha convertido en una de las películas de culto para los amantes de las road movies. Peter Fonda y Dennis Hopper la protagonizaron y dirigieron, contando con un joven Jack Nicholson entre los actores. "I Won't Back Down" será recordada por muchos como el primer single extraído del álbum Full Moon Fever, el debut de Tom Petty en solitario allá por 1989. Compuesta junto a su buen amigo Jeff Lynne, estrecho colaborador en la autoría de canciones para este registro, resultó ser un desafío contra las dificultades y la opresión. El tema fue muy radiado a raíz de los acontecimientos del 11 de Septiembre de 2011, y Tom Petty la interpretó de esta forma junto a los Heartbreakers a un ritmo más lento que el original en el espacio America: A Tribute To Heroes. Escuchar audio
This retrospective is a look back at the stepping favorite groove entitled, "Mo's Theme - I Feel the Love". The song was written/ produced by Mozel in 2004, and features the incomparable guitarist Aaron (Amplyfied) Payne. The music video features the Mac Steppers. If you are into the Chicago Stepping dance scene you will enjoy this feel good... music groove. I Feel the Love. @aaronmarcuspayne @elementsthebrand
Chuck Edwards - "Downtown Soulville" - 45 Music behind DJ: Bob and His Neptunes - "Pedro's Shimmy" - 45 Earl Connelly B. - "I Feel a Little Lonely" - 45 Jeanette "Baby" Washington - "Let Love Go By" - 45 Charles Brown - "Good Time Charlie" - 45 Little Milton - "Sacrifice" - 45 Margie Hendrix - "Let No One Hold You" - 45 Music behind DJ: The Sherwoods - "Little Big Horn" - 45 Brook Benton - "Do It Right" - 45 The Drifters - "Didn't It" - 45 The Bad Boys - "It's More Like Voodoo" - 45 Hank Ballard - "Do It Zulu Style" - 45 Mary Wells - "Why Don't You Let Yourself Go" - 45 Music behind DJ: Willis Jackson - "Back Door" - 45 Roy C - "Gone Gone" - 45 Roy C - "High School Dropout" - 45 Roy C - "Stop What You're Doin'" - 45 Roy C - "I Found a Man (In My Bed)" - 45 Roy C - "Open Letter to the President" - 45 Music behind DJ: Henry Cain - "The Way I Feel" - 45 Johnnie Taylor - "Changes" - 45 Betty LaVette - "Let Me Down Easy" - 45 Ella Washington - "Fragile (Handle With Care)" - 45 Joe Simon - "I Got a Whole Lot of Lovin'" - 45 Music behind DJ: Chick Keeney Orchestra - "Black Eyes" - 45 https://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/96736
Get ready for some more embarrassing stories to get you through the week! In this episode a girls night out takes a very embarrassing turn, Derek accidentally drives against the grain, Leslie can’t overcome her stage fright, and a young man loses a prank war to his brother.1. Girls Night...From Bad to Worse (4:02)2. Derek Driving Drunk? (8:07)3. Solo? Heck No! (15:17)4. Man, I Feel...So Embarrassed (23:03)Thanks so much for listening! We really appreciate the support.***Check out our new family YouTube channel for fun family challenges, games, activities, and crafts!***http://www.youtube.com/c/LifeonLeeLaneSend us your embarrassing stories!https://www.embarrassingpodcast.comIf you like this episode, share it with your family and friends so they can have a laugh (or two). Also, don't forget to leave us a review!Subscribe for more embarrassing stories each week! Start your podcast with Buzzsprout!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1016092Some of our favorite podcasting gear: (Affiliate links, purchases help support us)Audio Technica Microphone Podcasting Bundle - https://amzn.to/3dOtATPAudio Technica Professional Studio Monitor Headphones - https://amzn.to/3f6IVzwSome of our favorites! (Affiliate links)Halloween Pillow Covers (set of 4) - https://amzn.to/2Fo6NBPEmergency Kit (2-person) - https://amzn.to/32dXf5tMini Multi-Tool - https://amzn.to/327bQP8AA Rechargeable Batteries (pack of 48) - https://amzn.to/2CJng2RConnect with us on social media:Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/Embarrassing-Stories-Podcast-106251864393577Twitterhttps://twitter.com/EmbarrassPodInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/embarrassingstoriespodcast/
Happy NFL is back week Degenerates! This week we talk about our feelings. We FEEL like it's crazy that the NFL is back. With such a weird FEELING offseason the NFL being back doesn't FEEL right. Baseball has been on for short time and it's almost over, the NHL playoffs have reached the Championship round, and NBA playoffs are in the Semi's. All I know for sure is that I FEEL happy to have all of this going on. OH ya, and PICKS ARE BACK. How are you FEELING, Degenerates? Enjoy! Twtter & Snapchat – Dendegenerates Instagram – The Denver Degenerates Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thedenverdegenerates/ Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Website – denverdegenerates.com Merchandise - https://teespring.com/stores/denverdegenerates If you're looking to Buy or Sell a House hit up Gabe - GabeGRealty.com -Jason
This would all be easy except for ...... how I FEEL. Anybody else? Second Mile living is easy when I'm "feelin' it". When I'm filled with all those happy-Jesus-vibes and generosity just seems to flow freely isn't it just so beautiful when we just all love each other?Until he says that thing, or you see that post or read the message that just sends your blood pressure through the roof. Or you feel so deeply hurt or alone or left out or wrongly judged or betrayed or whatever -- and you feel ALL THE FEELS.Even the exact same circumstance can FEEL different based on so many factors.So here's what we have to figure out: Can feelings be commanded? Can God command us to FEEL a certain way? How much control do we have over our feelings?We're starting a quick mini-series, within the Second Mile, to tackle some of these questions, because until we figure out feelings, we won't be able to figure out freedom. Join me here for Episode 6 ...
Welcome to Awesome Etiquette, where we explore modern etiquette through the lens of consideration, respect and honesty. On today’s show we take your questions on condolences for colleagues, uninviting those who don’t follow COVID-19 guidelines, sending a thank you note for a thank you gift, and wanting others to respect your avoidance of bad news. For Awesome Etiquette Sustaining members our question is about carefully critiquing what the host serves. Plus your most excellent feedback, etiquette salute and a postscript segment on "when you..., I feel..." statements.
Today, Rhonda and David discuss seven great questions submitted by podcast fans like you! Are depression and anxiety states of self-hypnosis? How do you deal with somatic symptoms in TEAM? Should we forgive Hitler and Stalin? What if a patient feels stuck and unable to identify emotions? Do you still really believe that depression and anxiety, regardless how severe, can be treated even without the use of prescription drugs? Do you have to work on your negative thoughts the moment they appear? What role, from your years of practice, does spirituality have in the psychotherapy? Are depression and anxiety states of self-hypnosis? Hi David, I have two questions after listening to Corona Cast 7: “My Struggle with Covid-19! Is it REALLY True that only Our Thoughts Can Upset Us?” I was struck by thinking of anxiety as the result of hypnotizing ourselves into believing our fears. Can depression by thought of in a similar way, except that we hypnotize ourselves into believing our distorted thoughts about ourselves? How do you deal with somatic symptoms in TEAM? Can you do an episode about how to deal with unpleasant somatic situations, as Michael was experiencing during the recording, that suggest there might be some psychological distress but don't seem to have thoughts associated with them? Thanks! Hi Derek, Another great couple of questions, thanks! Will add these to the next Ask David podcast, but the short story is yes, for sure—both depression and anxiety can be thought of as states of self-hypnosis, or trances, because you believe the messages you give yourself, (eg your negative thoughts) that are not true. I think one could add other positive and negative emotions to the list as well, including anger--believing the other person really IS wrong, bad, inferior, and so forth--as well as mania and narcissism, telling yourself that you really ARE a superior person, etc. This is a hugely important topic, and "emotional reasoning" fuels these trances: I FEEL worthless / inferior, so I must BE worthless / inferior, and so forth. With regard to your second question, you might want to listen to yesterday’s live session with Sarah, (Podcast 193, https://feelinggood.com/category/dr-davids-blogs/feeling-good-podcast/) since it focuses on intense somatic sensations generated by emotions, and you can actually hear the exact moment of recovery, when the physical sensations disappeared. David Should we forgive Hitler and Stalin? Hi Dr. Burns, Do you honestly think what Hitler and Stalin did should be forgiven? Albert Ellis said one should. I disagree! Tom Hi Tom, I only help people with problems they are asking for help with. I am not an evangelist or moral authority! David What if a patient feels stuck and unable to identify emotions? A new comment on the post "Uncovering Self-Defeating Beliefs (SDBs)--For Therapists (and Interested Patients) Only!"/ Hi Dr. Burns, Awesome blog post! Your accessible and kind demeanor shine through clearly. What if a client feels stuck and unable to identify emotions? Holly Do you still really believe that depression and anxiety, regardless how severe can be treated even without the use of prescription drugs? Hi Doctor Burns, My name is Jasmine, and I just started going back to therapy about a year ago. I have really improved, and both my mom AND my therapist recommended you HIGHLY. I’m a millennial and I’m just happy you are still alive! I also wanted to ask, do you still really believe even today that depression and anxiety, regardless how severe can treated even without the use of prescription drugs? I am asking because I just bought about three of your books and want to make sure that your confidence in these theories has not wavered. Sometimes I feel like a lost cause because this is the first time in my life that I am truly dealing with and facing my own problems instead of turning the other cheek. Also, how are you doing, sir? Jasmine Hi Jasmine, Doing great, thanks! The new techniques have added even more power to cognitive therapy. Check out my free Feeling Good Podcasts, free depression class, and more on my website, www.feelinggood.com. All the best, David PS My latest book, Feeling Great, can be pre-ordered on Amazon and will be released in Sept. Check our the link below. Do you have to work on your negative thoughts the moment they appear? Hello David, My name is Shivam, I wanted to ask you a question regarding the double column technique for disputing your thoughts. Do we have to work on that moment(upsetting) immediately as it happens or we can work on it later when we get free time? How often should we do it? Its very effective but consumes a lot of time as I keep writing on and on. Any suggestions? I really appreciate that you reply me back. Thanks for everything. love Shivam. What role, from your years of practice, does spirituality have in the psychotherapy? From: Jerry Souta Subject: spirituality in psychotherapy David: Your seminar today (Psychotherapy Leading Voices) was awesome! What role, from your years of practice, does spirituality have in the psychotherapy? Is there a correlation between spirituality and between feeling good/feeling great? Thank you for time taken in response to my in questions! Blessings! Jerry Souta, Jr. (MSW/LCSW/MDIV) Thanks, Jerry. I will answer this on an Ask David, we will be recording it soon. Your question will be featured on a Feeling Good podcast. The short answer is yes. Deep and rapid change nearly always involves a spiritual dimension, for example, one of the four “Great Deaths” of the self. There’s a whole section on this in my new book, Feeling Great.
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This episode is of the BEST and most important conversations I’ve EVER HAD on my show! Your emotions do NOT define you.By changing your language from “I am stressed” to “I FEEL stressed,” Harvard Psychologist Dr. Susan David teaches us how to face life’s very real challenges with courage. Tune in for simple and POWERFUL tools that will change your life! RESOURCES: Dr David's Socials: @SusanDavid_PHD Dr David's Website: https://www.susandavid.com/ Dr David's Emotional Agility Quiz: http://quiz.susandavid.com/s3/eai --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Richard is a chemical engineer . He stopped by today and we talked about how he used artificial intelligence to help him buy and trade stocks while in college. We also covered the last UFC event as he is also an avid fan of Mixed Martial arts . With so much going on in the world I hope this gives you a break from the constant news cycle . To those protesting . I See you. I Feel you. I Hear you. Stay safe, keep fighting the good fight .
In this episode, Sal, Adam & Justin go over nine different ways to manipulate your workouts to avoid plateaus and keep building muscle and strength. Understanding all the different types of ways that you can progressively overload the body. (2:31) Can I get myself stronger? The importance of manipulating weight. (6:06) The Mind Pump philosophy of employing different rep ranges. (11:32) The Mind Pump formula for tracking your volume for the intermediate to the experienced lifter. (18:11) The value of increasing your range of motion through mobility training. (23:18) Shaping and perfecting your skill and technique. (29:51) Focusing on the mind to muscle connection. (35:21) Paying attention to the tempo of your workout to build muscle. (41:38) Manipulating rest periods for muscle adaptation. (45:07) Just add more intensity. (48:30) Why you can make GREAT progress at-home! (50:30) Related Links/Products Mentioned April Promotion: MAPS Prime/Prime Pro ½ off! **Code “PRIME50” at checkout** Special Promotion: MAPS Anywhere ½ off!! **Code “WHITE50” at checkout** Should I Do More Reps or More Weight? - Mind Pump Blog BUILDING MUSCLE: Is There REALLY A Best Rep Range? - Mind Pump TV Which Is Better: Low Reps Or High Reps? - Mind Pump Blog How Many Times Per Week Should You Train Each Muscle Group? - Mind Pump Blog Stop Working Out And Start Practicing - Mind Pump Media Mind Pump Webinar How To Improve Your Squat Depth - FREE Squat Like A Pro Guide – Mind Pump TV Impact of range of motion during ecologically valid resistance training protocols on muscle size, subcutaneous fat, and strength. Single Leg Toe Touch- Do These BEFORE You Deadlift to Build Your Glutes & Hamstrings – Mind Pump TV Why Can't I Feel the Right Muscles Working? - Mind Pump Blog The Best Form of Exercise - Mind Pump Media Why Your Tempo Matters When You Workout! - Mind Pump TV Do short rest periods help or hinder muscle growth? Overtraining Is KILLING Your Gains! (How Much Is Too Much?) | Mind Pump TV Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Ben Pakulski (@bpakfitness) Instagram
Hey gang, today we're fasting from the thought that says “I Feel stuck”. We've all thought that at times, but it's a lie. There's always a way out of what you're in, or a way into what you've been kept out of. When Jesus was tempted to not go to the cross, the Bible says, “He went forward a little . . .” (Mark 14:35 KJV). When you feel stuck, like there's nothing you can do, just take a step. Don't think about all the steps. Just take the next one. In a relationship, the first step may be just saying you're sorry. If it's finances, maybe it's just cutting one area of spending or giving one extra offering. Move forward a little! If you want to join me on this 40-day journey to change from the inside out, visit http://fastfromwrongthinking.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gregorydickow/support