We had the privilege of meeting Jon Clark on a picturesque Wednesday in Albuquerque, where he resides against the backdrop of a golf course. Interestingly, Jon's roots trace back to a small New Mexico town that famously changed its name through a game show contest, leading to its transformation into Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. His father managed a restaurant, and the family eventually moved to Albuquerque, where his father delved into the world of technology by opening a small computer store that sold a revolutionary new product called Apple computers.Jon's journey continued as he graduated in 2008 with a degree in industrial engineering. He had an older sister who raised three kids, and though his family initially adhered to the Catholic faith, it gradually faded away from their lives.At the age of 17, Jon experienced a skiing accident that left him with a spinal injury. Over time, the injury escalated, bringing along excruciating pain. Despite the agony, he persisted through life – education, work, even moving to Seattle. Eventually, however, the pain became overwhelming, and he found himself back at his parents' home on Christmas morning, unable to bear the burden alone.The unwavering support of his parents was a cornerstone for Jon during these tough times. They sold their home to secure a more accessible ranch-style house where Jon could navigate more easily. It was during this period that his father introduced him to a book titled "Pain-Free Posture Handbook," a gesture that initially triggered Jon's skepticism about a pain-free life.In a serendipitous turn of events, Jon's life intersected with psilocybin. While searching for a used CPAP machine on Facebook Marketplace, a man shared his own problems with Jon and sent him home with some mushrooms to try. Intrigued and unfamiliar, Jon sampled a small dose and felt a reduction in his bodily spasms.Encouraged by this, he embarked on a more substantial psilocybin experience, aided by his newfound understanding of the book on posture therapy. He visualized the human structure and incorporated exercises from the book, ultimately creating a healing sequence tailored to his needs.Now a certified posture therapy instructor, Jon has defied the odds. He's emerged from his wheelchair, discarded his crutches, and embraced an active lifestyle that includes golfing and frisbee golf. His remarkable journey showcases the power of visualization and determination. Join us in The Jar as Jon shares this inspiring chapter of his life. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
We are excited to bring everyone the second part of the Bastila Audiodrama, but we couldn't have done it without a LOT of help! Here is a special behind the scenes look at just some of the work that helped us get Bastila: Identity out into the world! Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oldrepublicpodcast Connect with us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/astro_droid_ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OldRepublicPod Twitch: https://twitch.tv/astro_droid_ Intro Music comes from Dennis S. Mowers https://dsmowersmusic.com/ This episode is brought to you by Nikki Dog from Patreon!
Hello to you listening in Roseau, Capital of Dominica, Lesser Antilles!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Story Prompt Friday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Many people are under the impression that the Hero's Journey made famous by Joseph Campbell is about an external journey to vanquish foes and return with some Truth.In truth, the real journey is an internal one. The Hero is called to a task that is not at the surface of her being; rather, the task requires her to do what I have called for some 30 years now an “archeological dig on oneself.” It's serious stuff. No wonder the Hero resists.We think we can remain emotionally safe by hiding our vulnerability. The problem is that as long as we resist the call (and I know well how I resisted the call to leave behind my Voiceless Victim self) we will never be able to live our Truth, never experience our Essence.Yes, the Hero goes out on a quest; but that external journey is just the stage on which the story is played. Saying Yes! to the Hero's Journey begins the inner journey work, the transformation that allows us to move out of our fear to courage, from being stuck in our old identity to living alive and awake, realizing our true potential, fulfilling our destiny, or experiencing our longed-for heart's desire.Story Prompt: What are you finally ready to trade by saying Yes! to walking the Hero's Journey? Write that story! And, if you could use a hand with your transformation work, I'm here at Quarter Moon Story Arts! Contact me. You're always invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, would you subscribe, share a 5-star rating + nice review on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time!Meanwhile, stop by my Quarter Moon Story Arts website to:✓ Check out What I Offer,✓ Arrange your free Story Start-up Session,✓ Opt In to my monthly NewsAudioLetter for bonus gift, valuable tips & techniques to enhance your story work, and✓ Stay current with Diane on LinkedIn.Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present Quarter Moon Story Arts. All rights reserved.
Welcome to Episode 8 of The Kings Table Podcast, a captivating new show hosted by Ashish, Mike, Aaron, and Matt. Join us for an unfiltered, authentic experience as we gather weekly to delve into the raw discussions that drive our lives, businesses, economics, and the world. Meet the hosts: 1. Mike Ayala is an accomplished investor, speaker, and podcast host, who stands at the helm of Investing for Freedom, guiding busy professionals and entrepreneurs toward the path of genuine liberation and optimal living. 2. Ashish Nathu is a founder and CEO, entrepreneur, real estate investor, triathlete, and host of the Rich Equation Podcast. 3. Matt Aitchison is a distinguished real estate investor, captivating speaker, and committed philanthropist. 4. Aaron Amuchastegui is a seasoned real estate virtuoso with a remarkable track record of over 1,000 house transactions, predominantly acquired through astute foreclosure purchases at courthouse auctions. In this installment, we dive deep into the realms of business relationships, marriage, parenting, and the essential building blocks that foster strong and healthy relationships. Our conversation kicks off with an exploration of business relationships and why people leave. We ponder questions about religion, in-laws, financial harmony, and setting shared goals early in a partnership. As the discussion unfolds, we shift our focus to parenting, sharing valuable insights and keys to becoming a successful and nurturing parent. Discover how to create an environment where your children can thrive and flourish. Tune in, engage, and let's continue to explore the tapestry of life's most precious relationships. Connect with us! We eagerly await your feedback about the show! Kindly share your thoughts via text message at this number: (844) 447-1555. Mike Ayala: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themikeayala/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoa4pNSAYxBM6nSn2jCrPYA Website: https://investingforfreedom.co/ Ashish Nathu: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashishnathu/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1TXia_kxtVVCV29jmoTmeg Website: https://www.therichequation.com/ Matt Aitchison: Instagram: https://instagram.com/officialmattya Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/mattaitchisonmedia Website: www.MillionaireMindcast.com Aaron Amuchastegui: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronamuchastegui/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@AaronAmuchastegui/about Website: https://www.aaronamuchastegui.com/
Today Nicole and Kaila are going to be talking about how to take on a new identity and give you a few easy steps to step into the new version of you. And check out our NEW free masterclass, "Bust out of your 9-5: Learn 3 Clear Steps to Create Income from Your Laptop Right Now" https://www.myalignedpurpose.com/2393-bust-out-of-your-9-5-masterclass-lp Find out more about Platinum: https://www.myalignedpurpose.com/platinum Don't miss an episode! Subscribe now. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/myalignedpurpose/message
This episode of Connecting the Dots deals with IDENTITY. When we look at issues around transitions, reinventing ourselves and navigating the pulls and pressures of mid-life, the key often is in reflecting on our identity. This episode, we go deep into how we think about Identity and how sometimes, we end up caging ourselves and end up being a prisoner of our own lack of imagination around our identity. While this episode is a compilation across many speakers, if you want to tune into the various nuggets around this theme of Identity, you could visit - https://www.playtopotential.com/tags/identity You can stay connected with the podcast by subscribing to the Email newsletter or to the Whatsapp distribution group. Details below. Email Newsletter (~1 or 2 a month): Join ~8500 + growth-minded individuals who take a baby step towards playing to their potential with the emails from the podcast. https://lnkd.in/d6TfFch4 Whatsapp (~1 or 2 a week): We share snippets from the podcast. With the Connecting the dots series, we will share nuggets around related topics as we move forward. Just add +91 85914 52129 (https://wa.me/8591452129) to your Phone Address book and send a message stating “Interested”. Other Info on the podcast: Podcast Archives (102 guests, 1000+ nuggets) - www.playtopotential.com Key guests and Stats ( as of July 2023) - https://bit.ly/3NCDIlM About the Host Deepak Jayaraman - https://www.playtopotential.com/aboutdeepak
I want to let you know that I have a new program starting this October. The Happiest Musician Accelerator is a three month group program for musicians who want to have an impact in the world. It's to encourage musicians to step outside the narrowest version of their career, to expand the box, and to create for themselves the life they want to live from a place of alignment and love.. It's to give them the practical tools to start new income streams or launch programs. And it's to give them the confidence to try! Check it out at the link above, and reach out to me if you have any questions. I'd love to chat with you! Today on the podcast: Kate Kayaian is a bestselling author and a career & mindset coach for artists and creatives. She runs her signature group program, The Creatives Leadership Academy and maintains a small roster of 1:1 clients. Kate started the blog, Tales From The Lane in 2016 to be a career and lifestyle-focused resource geared towards creative entrepreneurs, and is currently working on her first full-length book. A former professional cellist, she attended the prestigious New England Conservatory of Music and went on to have a thriving career–performing with several Grammy Award-winning groups and touring as a solo and chamber musician. When the pandemic hit in early 2020, she pivoted to the online space, and she's never looked back. She lives on the beautiful island of Bermuda with her husband and rescue pup and spends her days working with clients, writing, gardening, and serving on several boards. She believes that everyone has the right to live exactly the kind of life they have always dreamed of living. Kate and I have been friends for a long time and I'm an enormous fangirl - everything she does is smart, and loving, and bold, and aligned. It was great to hear the inside scoop on how she's been creating these huge shifts in her own life and how she's helping her clients to do the same. Check out Kate and the Creatives Leadership Academy at her website, follow her on Instagram @KKayaian, read her excellent blog, or pick up her FREE GUIDE to the Ten Habits of Successful Artists! Thanks for joining me on Crushing Classical! Theme music and audio editing by DreamVance. You can join my email list HERE, so you never miss an episode! I'm your host, Jennet Ingle. I love you all. Stay safe out there!
Men's Conference | Jon Rouleau | BreakoutWhat does Scripture actually say about gender? The god of our society is our feelings, and thus anything that goes against your feelings is oppressive. These are lies that are contrary to Scripture. In this session, Jon Rouleau walks through 5 things that we can learn about gender and design from Genesis 1. God creates on purpose and He created you on purpose. You were created in the image of God and have intrinsic value. We're called to respond to culture today with compassion and empathy towards all of humanity even if they aren't walking with God. Let's seek truth from Scripture and not from the world's philosophies.Resources: Genesis 1Deut. 22:5Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters exists to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the exposition of Scripture and personal relationships in order to equip the Church to impact this generation.Learn more about our student and adult conferences at https://www.swoutfitters.com/Please leave a review on Apple or Spotify to help others grow in their faith. Click here to get our Colossians Bible study.
Hello Gorgeous! Throughout my own journey, in my own experience & as I have seen clients walk through this as well along their growth - I have learned and walked through many identity shifts as I have stepped into new levels in my life & business. This is MORE than leaving old habits behind, this is building your self-awareness around WHO you are, WHAT you desire, what you BELIEVE & who you need to BE as you step into new levels…and this is what today's conversation is about. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL HEAR: > How old identities can subconsciously be putting a block on your growth > The Identity Shifts that can happen as you lean in & start to build your business & brand > What it can feel like as you're shifting into your Next Level Identity Let's dig in! xo Tiffany The ICON Program - Grow Your Business Online. Build a Standout Brand. Make an Impact. Leave a Legacy: TAP HERE to Learn More. Want to work with Tiffany 1:1 - Message her HERE about 1:1 Coaching Options or Apply HERE and I'll be in touch! Learn More - Programs, Courses, Etc: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/available-offers The VAULT- All my FREEBIES for you in ONE place: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/offers/K7gJZkzc/checkout Ways to connect with Tiffany: > You can always reach out to me on IG: @tiffanygwallace or email email@example.com > Come say hello in our Well Integrated Woman FB Community for Female Entrepreneurs Instagram Facebook LinkedIn
This week our guest is, Sam Crowther, Kasada CEO, he's sharing his team's findings on "Stolen Auto Accounts: The $2 Price Tag on Your Car's Identity." Joe and Dave share some listener follow up from Steve who writes in sharing an email he thought to be a scam, but turned out it was real. Listener Derek writes in with a question regarding AI and phishing emails. Joe's story comes from Proofpoint as they share their 2023 State of the Phish report. Dave's story follows an email that was sent out saying that the receiver has had a sexually explicit video leaked to an adults-only website, and to remove the video in question from the site, the receiver can send $200. Our catch of the day comes from listener Tony who writes in to share an email he and his school received claiming that the person who sent the email found pornographic material on the schools website. Links to follow-up and stories: 2023 State of the Phish Yikes! My sex video has been uploaded to YouPorn, apparently Have a Catch of the Day you'd like to share? Email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or hit us up on Twitter.
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In this eye-opening episode of Healing the City, join Pastor Eric Cepin and Pastor Susan Cepin for an intimate conversation about the complexities and blessings of married life. This heart-to-heart is spurred by a recent episode that postulates a compelling viewpoint: our marital status and the boundaries within which we operate are gifts from God, and in the sanctity of marriage, we assume a unique role as Very Important Pastors.Eric and Susan, married partners in life and ministry, navigate the spiritual, emotional, and practical implications of this intriguing concept. They don't shy away from the challenges they've faced or the growth they've experienced. Rather, they openly share how recognizing the divine sanctity of their marriage has shaped their roles, individually and collectively, in their family and their community.Support the show"Healing the City" is a profound and dynamic weekly podcast that dives into the complexities of creating healthier communities. Featuring the voices and perspectives of the esteemed members of the Village Church, each episode is thoughtfully crafted to address the challenges and opportunities for meaningful change in our cities. With a holistic approach to healing, the podcast explores a wide range of topics, from soul care and spiritual direction to mental health and community involvement. It provides listeners with insightful and thought-provoking perspectives on the issues facing our cities, as well as practical steps they can take to make a difference. Join hosts Adrienne Crawford, Eric Cepin, Ashley Cousineau, Jessica Dennes, Michael Cousineau, Mark Crawford, and Susan Cepin as they navigate the complexities of our communities with wisdom, grace, and a deep commitment to positive change. Through their engaging discussions, listeners will be inspired to become active participants in healing the city and creating a brighter, healthier future for all. The Village Churchvillagersonline@gmail.comThe Village Church meets at 10a and 5p on Sundays1926 N Cloverland Ave, Tucson AZ 85712Mail: PO Box 30790, Tucson AZ 85751
Philip spends time with author, speaker and consultant Jessica Bantom. In their conversation, they explore Jessica's new book, Design for Identity: How to Design Authentically for a Diverse World. What does it mean to deeply consider identity when designing spaces? What opportunities are revealed when taking a collaborative approach to design and identity? _The Drop – The segment of the show where Philip and his guest share tasty morsels of intellectual goodness and creative musings. _ Philip's Drop: Hammer & Hope (https://hammerandhope.org/) Jessica's Drop: Loot (Apple TV) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14271498/) Special Guest: Jessica Bantom.
Worship leader and musician Nathan Sheridan knows how powerful stories can be. After growing up with estranged parents and losing his sister to cancer, he met Jesus and joined the National Guard which took him to Kuwait. Today, Nathan is an emerging Christian artist who is gaining national airplay - so how did it all happen? Jess chats with Nathan about his new single, "Do You Know?" and why our pain does not define our God -given identity. Connect @NathanSheridanMusic and NathanSheridanOfficial.com Buy/Stream "Do You Know" here: https://onerpm.link/DoYouKnowAlbumVersion FIND HELP USA: Call 988 or https://988lifeline.org Australia: 13 11 14 or https://lifeline.org.au World wide: https://TWLOHA.com/find-help MUSIC Something Worth Singing About by Nathan Sheridan Again by Nathan Sheridan So You by Nathan Sheridan Do You Know by Nathan Sheridan Loves Like That by Nathan Sheridan What are We Waiting For by For King & Country NEW RELEASE ROUNDUP The Hopeful Hearts Club by Jervis Campbell The Beautiful Letdown (Our Version) (Deluxe) by Switchfoot Best Days by Sarah Reeves GET PODCAST MERCH HERE: tee.pub/lic/YOUMEPOD SPONSORS JesusWired is your number 1 source for Christian music news, reviews and interviews. Visit them now at JesusWired.com. Are you a creator? Soundstripe gives you unlimited access to royalty free music from some of the world's best composers. Go to SOUNDSTRIPE.COM and enter YOUMEPOD to get 10% off at checkout. SUBSCRIBE/CONNECT/LET'S BE FRIENDS: linktr.ee/betweenyoumepod Music published with permission of artist and through PlayMpe. Thanks to Nathan Plumridge for producing this episode
Sagnik Nandy is the President of Technology & CTO at Okta. In this episode, he joins host Charlie Osborne to discuss organizational agility with identity technologies, with a focus on how to overcome the management and security challenges of multi-organizational entities. A trusted partner to businesses around the world, Okta powers identity for the internet by creating great user experiences, increasing customer engagement, improving employee productivity, and getting apps to market faster. To learn more about our sponsor, visit https://okta.com.
"I've always felt ni de aqui, ni de alla, that feeling will never go away. I think that kind of makes us superheroes - able to navigate one culture and another." - Mariana Atencio, Award-Winning Journalist, Motivational Speaker, and Best-Selling Author. Happy Hispanic Heritage Month, familia! This month, the Peabody Award-winning journalist, entrepreneur, bestselling author, and viral speaker, Mariana Atencio joins Fritanga to talk about her personal journey through identity, navigating imposter syndrome, facing microaggressions in the workforce, and ultimately feeling fulfilled being yourself.To learn more about Mariana click here. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:- Watch Mariana's Viral TEDX talk, "What Makes YOU Special" here. - Order a copy of Mariana's Memoir, "Perfectly You: Embracing the Power of Being Real" here. - Listen to her latest podcast, Lost in Panama, here.
Welcome to Media Made Me: Conversations About Media Consumption, Individuality, and Identity.Today, Felipe sits down with Jordan to chat about the media that shaped him including cartoons, musical theatre, and SNL.Jordan Katcher is a comedian, writer, actor, and multi-hyphenate star who performs all around Los Angeles.*~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*Brazilian Dragon Podcast Logo - Freddy Luna (StuckOnYouCartoons)Video Version - Brazilian Dragon YouTube Channel*~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*Feel free to support The Brazilian Dragon Podcast via PayPal. And follow the Brazilian Dragon on social media: Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook! Plus, check out our website! This episode is also available on the Brazilian Dragon YouTube Channel.
It's that time again to talk about our IDENTITY. Who else needs a reset from all of the things we do or all of the hats we wear?? The Lord calls us His beloved. We are co-heirs with Christ. We are His daughters. Join us for Q&A and share your thoughts with us!
There's no question what you do affects how you think about yourself. What happens when you realize your role for years no longer fits? For Mark Caswell, that means stepping down as CEO of Resultant and discovering he's more than a title. Mark Caswell is now a board member at Resultant but is still learning more about his identity. He joins host Joe Mills on 1,000 Stories to talk about transitioning and bringing in a new CEO, how it impacts his identity, and where he goes next. In this episode, you'll learn: How your role doesn't have to define you. People rely on you as a leader, so taking care of yourself is essential. Understanding how to grow a business sustainably includes your mental and physical health. To claim 10% off of your first month of BetterHelp, use the code 1000STORIES here: https://betterhelp.com/1000stories Resources: Follow Mark: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markocaswell/ I Am a 10 Regardless of What Happens with Brian Kavicky by the Scared Confident podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/56bREzreM0u3ov0IHTA8lC
Are you tired of trying to align your actions and habits with your identity in Christ, only to feel stuck and frustrated? Have you been told that the key to change is to make drastic changes all at once, only to find yourself overwhelmed and unable to sustain it? If you're feeling the pain of this ineffective approach, it's time to discover a better way. Join us as we explore the profound impact of embracing minimal beginnings and making incremental enhancements on your journey towards becoming the best of yourself in Christ.Notes from this episode taken from James Clear Atomic Habits- for more go to https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habitsIn this episode, you will be able to:- Discover the mighty impact of embracing minimal beginnings and making incremental daily enhancements.- Uncover the transformative power harnessed in the simple act of acknowledging your mini victories in habit formation.- Ascertain the essential role of structured systems and regular routines in the pursuit of lofty ambitions.- Understand the profound meaning of a Christian identity and how it shapes your actions and nurtures habits.- Realize the necessity of repentance and the strength drawn from being accountable in overcoming destructive behaviors."Start small and focus on putting one more number up. Show up one more day, and before you know it, those small efforts will stack on top of each other and lead to significant progress." Connect with us!Join our Group on Facebook with the podcast community https://www.facebook.com/groups/eyesonjesuspodcast/Email questions or show topic ideas to email@example.comBe sure to connect with the hosts! For more information on Drew Barker:Follow Drew on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drewsbarker/For more information on Tim Ferrara:Get all his links in one place- to his social media, all 3 of his books, and more https://linktr.ee/discerning_dadCheck out his website! https://discerning-dad.com/The key moments in this episode are:00:00:00 - Introduction, 00:01:57 - Energy Drink Stories, 00:04:35 - Global Leadership Summit, 00:07:15 - Small Habits Make a Big Difference, 00:11:43 - Stack Habits, 00:13:07 - Starting Small for Success, 00:16:21 - Focus on Systems, Not Just Goals, 00:18:14 - Evaluating Habits in Different Life Phases, 00:21:17 - Creating New Systems, 00:23:37 - Balancing Time and Priorities, 00:26:44 - Living from our Identity in Christ, 00:27:53 - Becoming a Leader, 00:29:14 - Verbalizing Our Identity, 00:31:01 - Taking Control of the Day, 00:34:12 - Overcoming Limiting Beliefs, 00:38:34 - The Power of Accountability, 00:39:08 - Life Giving Habits and Identity, 00:39:32 - Seeking Help and Submitting Questions, 00:40:18 - Saving Questions for Future Episodes, 00:40:36 - Sharing and Closing Remarks,
Writer and academic Yascha Mounk argues that a new set of ideas about race, gender, and sexual orientation have overtaken society, giving rise to a rigid focus on identity in our national debate. In his new book, “The Identity Trap: A Story of Ideas and Power in Our Time,” Yascha seeks to take these ideas seriously, understand their origin, dissect their merits and failings, and offer a path forward to avoid what he calls “the identity trap.” On today's show, Mounk previews his book and explains how the identity trap harms freedom of speech. Mounk is known for his work on the rise of populism and the crisis of liberal democracy. He is a professor of the practice of international affairs at Johns Hopkins University and the author of five books. He is also the founder of the digital magazine Persuasion, a contributing editor at The Atlantic, and a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction 1:35 - Origins of “the identity trap” 8:48 - What is “identity synthesis?” 12:26 - Is “cultural Marxism” a thing? / The intellectual history of identity synthesis 27:47 - Critical race theory 32:30 - Free speech culture 40:22 - Speech and violence 47:58 - The Law of Group Polarization 52:27 - How to escape the identity trap Discussed intellectuals: Derrick Bell Kimberlé Crenshaw Jacques Derrida Michel Foucault Christopher Rufo (Rufo's book, “America's Cultural Revolution,” and Nico's review, “Christopher Rufo Became the Thing He Claims to Hate”) Edward Said Jean-Paul Sartre Gayatri Spivak Cass Sunstein (article: “The Law of Group Polarization”) www.sotospeakpodcast.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@freespeechtalk Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/freespeechtalk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sotospeakpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freespeechtalk/ Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Before 1900, few Europeans associated sexual preferences or desires with identity. One engaged in a variety of sexual acts with various partners, some licit (like your spouse in order to procreate), some illicit (outside of wedlock, a prostitute, someone of the same sex, etc.). But generally speaking the idea one was homo or heterosexual did not yet exist. How and why sexual preferences evolved into identities is the subject of this episode. Among other things, topics discussed include the politicization of sex and the body in the late 19th century (17:27), the Eulenberg Affair in 1907 and the role of scandal in driving identity awareness (19:58), the rise of sex researchers such as Magnus Hirschfeld (35:39), and postwar reactions to the new public face of homosexuality (46:15). Also see important clarifications at (5:21), or skip the intro here (0:50).Point of clarification: the episode describes trends taking place from about 1890-1930. Public displays of male homosexuality became increasingly prominent in urban centers after 1890, becoming more common after 1918. So like many of the modernity-related phenomena we've discussed, one can find traces of these developments that predate the war.find out more on our website www.historyoffthepage.com or support us on https://www.patreon.com/historyoffthepageSupport the show
You know, we live in a world where it's so easy to compare ourselves to others, making us wonder who we are, are we doing what God has asked us to do?Well, let's hit the brakes on that thought train right now! In this episode, we're going to explore the beautiful and unique gifts that God has given each of us, gifts that make us stand out in our own remarkable ways and live our everyday on the adventure God has created for us.There is joy in knowing that God created you to be you.Find Us:https://www.facebook.com/RedemptionUnveiledhttps://www.instagram.com/redemptionunveiled/http://www.tiktok.com/@redemptionunveiled
Matty is a scientist and nutritionist who works with busy women and moms to set them free from the fad diet yo-yo. Focusing on calorie input versus output isn't enough for long-term lifestyle change.Matty's work has brought him from vaccine development to dietitian training around to where he is now. Many diseases like cancer, dementia, and diabetes are largely caused by diet, lifestyle, and tobacco. But, he found that just telling people what to eat wasn't enough. Being overweight is not about food, calories or kale, it's about peeling the emotional onion and growing into a totally new version of yourself.Learn more about working with Matty and his podcast "How To Not Get Sick and Die" at https://mattylansdown.com/Support the showConnect with Magic:A Magical Life Podcast on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amagicallifepodcast/On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wholisticnaturalhealth/Online: https://wholisticnaturalhealth.com.auA Subito Media production
In this week's episode of The Influence Factor podcast, Alessandro Bogliari, CEO and Co-Founder of The Influencer Marketing Factory, is joined by Jessy Grossman, the Founder of Women in Influencer Marketing. During this episode, they explore various aspects of Jessy's career journey, strategies for staying abreast of the ever-evolving industry, valuable approaches for community-building and networking, and much more.
This week's passage is 2 Samuel 16:15-17:23. Absalom turns to his advisors but does not seek the Lord's council. A warning against following our own ideas. Proverbs 19:20, it's not wrong to seek the advice of others but the LORD's voice should (and will) have the final say on every matter. Ahithophel, Bathsheba's grandfather, had his own motives as did Hushai. Despite the schemes of man, the Lord's outcome prevails. The futileness of trying to manipulate how life goes. We must come to a place of trust in the LORD. Ahithophel's story's similarity to Judas' story.
The episode emphasizes how understanding our innate human drives and dispositions is critical, as awareness allows us to work with them constructively. In particular, humans have a "tribe drive" - an instinct to cooperate and identify with groups, even strangers. Figuring out the signals that activate this drive is an important mission. David Samson talks about the concept of tribalism and the role it plays in human behavior. He discusses the idea of evolutionary mismatch, where humans are evolved for a different environment than the one they currently live in. This episode explains that tribes are intersubjective belief networks that signal coalitionary alliances to bootstrap trust among strangers. Moreover, it explores the power of tribal signals, such as symbols, language, music, and ideology, in creating a sense of belonging and identity. Additionally, the episode emphasizes the importance of being conscious of our identity stack and the proportion of abstract tribes (e.g., political tribes) versus face-to-face community tribes in order to navigate the challenges of tribalism in the modern world.David R. SamsonDavid R. Samson, Ph.D., is reshaping our understanding of human evolution. As an associate professor of Biological Anthropology at the University of Toronto, he investigates the major behavioral and physiological transitions that shaped our species. Bridging diverse fields from primatology to sleep science, his interdisciplinary research has been featured internationally by the BBC, Time, The New York Times, The Smithsonian, CBC, NPR, and National Geographic.Samson is the author of the groundbreaking book "Our Tribal Future: How to Channel Our Foundational Human Instincts into a Force for Good." He provides profound insights into how our primal tribal wiring can be harnessed as a force for unity, not division.Beyond academia, Samson pursues medieval martial arts as a distinguished member of the Society for Creative Anachronism. This gives him first-hand experience in channeling our innate tribal instincts.With his evolutionary expertise and diverse passions, Samson is illuminating new paths to overcome division and channel our tribal nature for the greater good.Key Takeaways:The concept of evolutionary mismatch is introduced, highlighting how humans are adapted for a different environment than the one we currently live in.The power of tribal signals in building trust among strangers is explored, with examples such as secret Masonic signals and sports jerseys.The importance of face-to-face interactions and belonging to smaller, local communities is emphasized as a way to combat the negative effects of tribalism.The Roseto mystery is discussed, where a small town in Pennsylvania had significantly lower rates of heart disease and other diseases of affluence due to their strong social network.The idea of an "identity stack" is introduced, encouraging individuals to be conscious of the proportion of abstract tribes (such as political affiliations) versus face-to-face community tribes they identify with.The concept of coalitions and symbolic connections is explored, including religion, sports, and brands as examples of tribal signals.Key Topics of this Podcast:00:04:27 - Evolutionary anthropology shapes personal perspectives.00:09:09 - Understanding our tribal past and present.00:17:26 - Evolutionary mismatch causes societal challenges.00:21:29 - Tribal signals build trust and identity.00:26:20 - Flexibility in identity and belonging.00:31:06 - Identity is shaped by tribes.00:34:43 - Importance of face-to-face interaction.00:40:07 - The power of intentional community.00:44:51 - Social connection is essential.00:50:09 - Importance of strong social connections.00:55:44 - Building community improves well-being.01:02:37 - Building a community is powerful.01:03:25 - Community is essential for well-being.Connect with David Samson:Twitter: https://twitter.com/Primalprimate?s=20 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/primalprimatologist/?hl=en Website: https://davidrsamson.com/ Connect with This Anthro Life:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisanthrolife/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisanthrolife LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/this-anthro-life-podcast/ This Anthro Life website: https://www.thisanthrolife.org/ Substack blog: https://thisanthrolife.substack.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5168968/advertisement
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In this episode the boys are joined by their new on site producer, Chris Shibley! Chris brings a new and particularly welcome voice to the podcast and is thrilled to help make the show a more streamlined, cohesive and enjoyable experience for the listener/viewer. But, before he could join the crew he needed to pass the test of guest! The cast enjoy a long conversation on a variety of topics including hot sauce, space ship shoes, where our identity is rooted as believers and how important it is to go back to the word of God. Plus, be sure to check out our Patreon where you will find a ton of bonus content from this episode in the future! Enjoy.Support the showJoin our community and online discussion: discord.gg/christianinfluenceSupport us on Patreon: patreon.com/ChristianInfluenceFacebook: facebook.com/influenceofjesusTwitter: twitter.com/cigamesxyzInstagram: www.instagram.com/officialchristianinfluence/
Austin and Christa Crittenden (@christajbullock) will be joining Pastor Matthew and Anthony for part 1 of two to reveal the importance of the prophetic and testify about the impact it has had on the younger generations. It's time to welcome the Davids through the prophetic anointing and direct them toward their divine calling from God.
My sight goes forth to look upon Christ's face. I ask Your blessing on my sight today. It is the means which You have chosen to become the way to show me my mistakes, and look beyond them. It is given me to find a new perception through the Guide You gave to me, and through His lessons to surpass perception and return to truth. I ask for the illusion which transcends all those I made. Today I choose to see a world forgiven, in which everyone shows me the face of Christ, and teaches me that what I look upon belongs to me; that nothing is, except Your holy Son. Today our sight is blessed indeed. We share one vision, as we look upon the face of Him Whose Self is ours. We are one because of Him Who is the Son of God; of Him Who is our own Identity.- - Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles, Lesson 269
For many people around the world, donation of sperm or an egg can be the difference between becoming parents and not. But while this donation can make their dream of parenthood come true, what are the considerations for the end result, the child themselves? Donation and IVF can help jump the hurdles when it comes to the physical process of conception for would-be parents, but what about the emotional and psychological impact on the people who eventually find out they are not biologically related to one or both of their parents? Louise Mcloughlin, herself donor-conceived, hears from people around the world who have been faced with the news they are not the identity they assumed they were.
The attempt across much of America to achieve social justice by advantaging people based on their identity is noble and well-intended. It's also misguided and destined to fail. So says Yascha Mounk, a professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Listen as he explains the need for a shared humanity.
What's it like after a year? That is the theme of today's conversation and Hadley did not disappoint. We did into the identity issues that are sure to arise after we stay sober, the changes in our relationships, and the bubbling up of the desires of our hearts.Hadley is an avid distance runner, a woman in long-term sobriety, a mother of three, and an author of an up-and-coming book.You can find her on Instagram @hadley_sorensen.Support the showSupport the showOh, and by the way, if you didn't know, I have an awesome course called Creating Healthy Boundaries; it's affordable, easy to follow, and will make a big difference in how you feel. Check it out here.If you aren't part of the Confident Sober Women Facebook group, it's a great place to be. There are over a thousand other sober women there building lives they don't want to escape from. Come on over and join us.And if you haven't read my memoir, grab a copy today and maybe a second one for a friend. There is so much hope in recovery, and I shared my story so raw and vulnerably so that others would know they aren't alone and that there is a way to live well, manage relationships, parent your kids, and have a healthy body, all while staying sober. Grab a copy of Recovering in Recovery: The Life-Changing Joy of Sobriety wherever books are sold.
We have the pleasure of meeting our next guest, Carlos Contreras, in his captivating and innovative shared artist space, a unique initiative he's spearheading called the "Artist Factory." This concept represents the first of its kind in Albuquerque—a gathering place for various artists and service providers to collaborate under one roof, creating a dynamic and supportive creative community.During our conversation, Carlos passionately discusses the idea of nested businesses and the potential of bringing together artists and creators to contribute to their local community. His vision shines through as he envisions a space where these talents can flourish with the right support and investment.Born and raised in Albuquerque, Carlos grew up in a traditional Catholic family, shaped by the influence of his marine father and the challenges posed by his mother's mental health issues. Despite the tough love atmosphere at home, Carlos found solace and expression in the arts. His journey began as a slam poet performer, a culture he embraced and excelled in, which helped him carve out his identity.As life unfolded, Carlos transitioned into marriage and fatherhood, only to find himself divorced and returning home to Albuquerque. Here, he embarked on a new artistic path, exploring painting on large canvases. A defining moment emerged when his young daughter expressed interest in painting on his artwork. Carlos's decision to embrace her creativity inspired him to venture into abstract art, fundamentally altering his creative trajectory.Join us as we delve into Carlos's story, discovering the evolution of his artistic expression, his resilience, and the unique community-building endeavor he's embarked upon with the Artist Factory. The Jar provides a platform for him to share his experiences, insights, and aspirations with us all. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Don't settle when you can set the stage for continued success and growth as a professional. What will keep you going when others settle? How can you lay the foundation for expecting greatness? We are fortunate to be joined by a respected technology thought leader, sought after speaker, and supporter of our platform. Danielle Estrada is the General Manager of Consulting Services at Microsoft's Northeast region and she shares some of her leadership journey with us as well as what keeps her and her team performing at their best. Some of the incredible nuggets include:Accomplishments can set the stage for you to do more.Get a seat at the table and find your voice.Be unapologetically bold; you have something to contribute.Be comfortable being you, and with how you show up.Continue to ask how you can increase your impact.Support and recruit talent from Universities, including our own Howard University.Be sure to follow Danielle on LinkedIn and visit Microsoft to learn more about their commitment to diversity and to supporting the community. --- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp
Sibling rivalry anyone? Continuing with this series on some well-known characters of the Old Testament, hear from Rev. Dr. Ebby Arnold as she walks us through the relationship between twin brothers Jacob & Esau. Join a live discussion with Ebby on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Sign up at st.lukes.org/adults.
On today's episode of Hear Me Out… what? Oh my god, who told you? Adoption is a complicated thing. Raising a child who's not related to you is challenging — and being that child, in many ways, is even harder. And it's all too easy for adoption, particularly a white family adopting a black or brown child, to be framed as a heroic act. The truth, as adoptees will tell you, is a lot messier. Angela Tucker, a writer and transracial adoptee, joins us to argue that adoption is traumatic… and with the right reforms, it shouldn't need to happen as often as it does. If you have thoughts you want to share, or an idea for a topic we should tackle, you can email the show: email@example.com Podcast production by Maura Currie You can skip all the ads in Hear Me Out by joining Slate Plus. Sign up now at slate.com/hearmeoutplus for just $15 a month for your first three months. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Subscribe on Substack: https://sacredtension.substack.com/In this episode of Sacred Tension, I'm joined by Yascha Mounk to discuss his new book The Identity Trap: A Story of Ideas and Power in Our Time. We discuss why the progressive fixation on identity categories undermines the goals of progressive movements, my own experience as a gay man, the dangers of binary political thinking, and much more.Yascha Mounk is an expert on the crisis of liberal democracy and the rise of populism. The author of five books that have been translated into over ten languages, he is a Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at Johns Hopkins University, a Contributing Editor at The Atlantic, a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Moynihan Public Scholar at City College. He is the Founder of Persuasion, the host of "The Good Fight" podcast and serves as a publisher (Herausgeber) of Die Zeit.Read The Identity Trap: https://a.co/d/3Oc9guH This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit sacredtension.substack.com/subscribe
1:12 - Vibe Check and what's this team's offensive identity? 9:18 - Calls: Has the loss to the Bills changed your optimism level on the team? 33:45 - Weekend Review: Usher performing during Super Bowl Halftime
Today, Dennis and I talk about the being a cop and dealing with identity after being injured, choosing the right spouse and not settling, and the police training in America. Street Cop Training: https://www.streetcoptraining.com/ Agoge: https://go.theagoge.com/enroll-now Mentorship: https://theagoge.com/pages/mentorship Tier 1 Coaching: https://www.nickkoumalatsos.com/tier-1-coaching --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alwaysforwardpodcast/support
Join Linda and her guest, Carolyn Swora, as they discuss identity through the lens of love, loss, and the expansive gifts that await each of us in transition. Discover how our beliefs about who we are play a role in our response to upheaval in our lives. Learn how to reframe our experiences of major life shifts and access unshakable courage. Don't miss this very special episode. Carolyn's Bio Carolyn Swora is a certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator, as well as a Trauma-Informed Leadership Consultant. She works with small, medium and large organizations across Canada and the United States on becoming more compassionate, human and empathetic places for members of staff. Carolyn uses the Enneagram Personality system to help clients deepen self- awareness into their behavioural patterns. She has a Master's degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and has studied Resilience and Workplace Culture Transformation. She has also developed her own transformational leadership development methodologies, which she breaks down in her second book Evolve: The Path to Trauma-Informed Leadership. Connect with Carolyn: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolynswora Instagram: @carolynswora Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carolynsworkplaceculture/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarolynSwora Website: https://www.carolynswora.com/ Evolve Podcast: https://www.carolynswora.com/evolve-podcast/ Book: Evolve: The Path to Trauma-Informed Leadership Order Linda Rossetti's 5-star rated 2nd book, Dancing with Disruption at the links below: Amazon here Barnes & Noble here Bookshop.org here Porchlight here Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! Learn more here - https://lindarossetti.com/ @ 2018-2023 Linda A. Rossetti. All Rights Reserved.
Hour 3: Brad Spielberger of Pro Football Focus joins the show. Brad thinks the Baltimore Ravens are the best team in the AFC North. He is underwhelmed with the Bengals and surprised by how they're playing. Mike Tomlin is underrated and deserves credit for winning games like the Raiders on the road. Brad thinks Patrick Peterson has lost a step. The Minnesota Vikings asked Peterson to do different things than the Steelers are currently. He doesn't have the speed he used to. Offenses have started super slow and quarterbacks are a big reason why. O-line's too. Interior defender play is superior, at the moment. We know what the Dolphins are, but the Steelers are such a week-to-week team. The offense needs to improve every game. They're not in the crowd of elite teams, but should beat most teams. Apart from Seattle and Jacksonville, the Steelers can be better than every team on their schedule if the offense keeps improving. Pickett has been better than the opposing QB 2/3 times. A kid drove a bobcat into cars in Brookline. How?? Trai Essex would rather block for Jaylen Warren. Mike Tomlin acknowledged that Warren has done good things. 19-11 touches for Najee last week. Crowley wants it to be more 50-50. He isn't worried about catches but touches. 93.7 The Fan's Chris Mack joins the show. Chris talks about his latest guest on his Oh Mama podcast focused on the 2008 Steelers defense.
Jim talks with Yascha Mounk about the ideas in his new book The Identity Trap: A Story of Ideas and Power. They discuss tribalism among progressives, universalism, the story of Kila Posey, how over-emphasizing ethnic identity fosters zero-sum racial conflicts, how identitarianism led to excess Covid deaths, Foucault's rejection of grand narratives, Edward Said's post-colonialism, Gayatri Spivak's strategic essentialism, being blind to race vs being blind to racism, critical race theory, Derrick Bell's idea of the permanence of racism, how the rejection of universalism escaped college campuses, why progressive organizations are tearing themselves apart, the logic of collective action, how progressive activists have passed off their ideas as those of all non-white people, statistics on police violence, Frederick Douglass's 4th of July speech, cultural appropriation, retaining trust in persuasion, fighting for liberalism, personal & political aspects of the identity trap, and much more. Episode Transcript The Identity Trap: A Story of Ideas and Power, by Yascha Mounk "Why the Latest Campus Cancellation Is Different," by Yascha Mounk JRS EP197 - Susan Neiman on Why Left Is Not Woke "A Political Analysis of Racial Differences in Police Use of Force," by Roland Fryer, Jr. Yascha Mounk is a writer and academic known for his work on the rise of populism and the crisis of liberal democracy. Born in Germany to Polish parents, Mounk received his BA in history from Trinity College Cambridge, and his PhD in government from Harvard University. He is a professor of the practice of international affairs at Johns Hopkins University, the founder of the digital magazine Persuasion, a contributing editor at The Atlantic, host of the podcast “The Good Fight,” a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and the author of The Great Experiment and The Identity Trap.