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Enchanted Ears Podcast: Anything & Everything Disney
Walt Disney World Trips for Different Budgets

Enchanted Ears Podcast: Anything & Everything Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 40:20


Hello and welcome to the Enchanted Ears Podcast, your place for anything and everything Disney! This week in Disney News, if you want to celebrate in style, you can now have a party in Mickey's House in Toon Town at Disneyland!   Tim Allen is set to reprise his role as Santa in a new Disney+ series based on The Santa Clause.    Also, we love popcorn and Figment, but some people were waiting 6.5 hours for the new Figment popcorn buckets at Disney. Also, some were paying $150+ for those said buckets on eBay!!! For now, we'll just stick to IMAGINING we have one.   Because so many of you answered in our online poll that you're planning a Disney trip, this week we decided to maybe help you a bit. We go through some options for families of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids) and just 2 at the $2,000 and $5,000 price points. We hope it's informative to hear some of the options you have and also some things you can forgo to save some cash.   Welcome if you're new or if you're...old...no, "established friend of the podcast" is your title, thanks for returning! We hope you found this podcast helpful. If you liked it, please don't forget to subscribe, and if you have a minute, leave us a rating!   Have a magical week!   Ready to book your next trip?  Contact Becky from Castle Dreams Travel at beckyg@castledreamstravel.com and let her know Enchanted Ears sent you. Check us out on Facebook and Youtube or submit a question/topic for us to discuss on a future episode or support us on Patreon.

Sales Hustle
#222 S2 Episode 91 - From Being A Buyer To Teaching Sellers How To Use Video with Julie Hansen

Sales Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 37:36


Book Your Free Revenue First Podcast Strategy here!Get Your Free Dial Session here!Claim Your Free 200 Leads here!HIGHLIGHTSTransitioning from media buying to sales The selling process should not be uncomfortable for the buyerSellers are a lot like actors Your physical state is crucial to how you present yourselfFocus on what you want to make the other person feelMaster the script and make it your own Tips for engaging people through virtual interactionEye contact and breaking the fourth wallTaking advantage of video in the time of virtual sellingDo more dialogues, not monologues Do not expect yourself to be brilliant at the spotQUOTESJulie: "I learned that there's a way to sell and be yourself and be effective and talk about product, overcome objections, and still maintain a relationship with the other person."Collin: "Actors deal with tons of rejection. It can be just soul-crushing. Not very prospect is good fit for you just like not every role is a good fit for you."  Julie: "There is so much more possible. We just really scratched the surface of what's possible to connect with people through video." Julie: What salespeople do is they'll say something and they feel like they're just talking to a black hole. It's like, nobody's there, nobody's listening. And so, what do we do, we rush in and we answer our own question. Or we get nervous and we cut something out and we jump ahead and we're just all flabbergasted. When in fact, that person is still there. Whether you can see them or not, that person is there. Imagining that they're actually listening attentively is a much better visualization for you because that brings out the best in you. Julie: We're doing way more monologues than dialogues on virtual and that really has to change. But what we need to understand is that's the mindset people come to the screen with. So you have to break that pattern. You have to very quickly introduce interaction, engage like, right away. Julie: "You will improve your engagement 90% if you look at the camera when you ask a question. I guarantee you."Learn more about Julie in the links below:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliehansensalestraining/Website - https://juliehansen.live/Book - https://juliehansen.live/look-me-in-the-eye/Email - julie@actingforsales.comLearn more about Collin in the link below: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/collin-saleshustle/Also, you can join our community by checking out @salescast.community. If you're a sales professional looking to take your career to greater heights, please visit us at https://salescast.co/ and set a call with Collin and Chris.

The John Batchelor Show
#ClassicHotelMars: Imagining the Moon colonies in 3-D. Kim Holder, Moonwards.com. David Livingston. SpaceShow.com moonwards.com

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 10:45


Photo:  Schematic from Space Resources - Vol 3, Materials, a collection of articles published as a volume by NASA in 1992. It can be downloaded from the NSS Space Settlement Library. #ClassicHotelMars: Imagining the Moon colonies in 3-D. Kim Holder, Moonwards.com. David Livingston. SpaceShow.com moonwards.com https://www.moonwards.com/gameplay/

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast -A Dog’s World: Imagining the Lives of Dogs in a World without Humans by Jessica Pierce, Marc Bekoff

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 33:41


A Dog's World: Imagining the Lives of Dogs in a World without Humans by Jessica Pierce, Marc Bekoff From two of the world's leading authorities on dogs, an imaginative journey into a future of dogs without people What would happen to dogs if humans simply disappeared? Would dogs be able to survive on their own without us? A Dog's World imagines a posthuman future for dogs, revealing how dogs would survive―and possibly even thrive―and explaining how this new and revolutionary perspective can guide how we interact with dogs now. Drawing on biology, ecology, and the latest findings on the lives and behavior of dogs and their wild relatives, Jessica Pierce and Marc Bekoff―two of today's most innovative thinkers about dogs―explore who dogs might become without direct human intervention into breeding, arranged playdates at the dog park, regular feedings, and veterinary care. Pierce and Bekoff show how dogs are quick learners who are highly adaptable and opportunistic, and they offer compelling evidence that dogs already do survive on their own―and could do so in a world without us. Challenging the notion that dogs would be helpless without their human counterparts, A Dog's World enables us to understand these independent and remarkably intelligent animals on their own terms.

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion
933 - Imagining the Dream Rare Racing Game!

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 119:57


Inspired by the fervor that Fangamer's RareRacers pins caused, Hyle, Cameron, and Jeff sit down to discuss all of the various shapes and sizes that a new Rare racing game could take and what we would most like to see. Got milk?

Surviving Society
E143 Tanzil Chowdhury: Is the law political? Imagining a leftist constitution

Surviving Society

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 56:04


Tanzil breaks down how the law becomes a vehicle to enact systemic oppressions and exploitations despite it consistently being positioned in the public imagination as a force for liberation. Links: http://npolicemonitor.co.uk https://www.routledge.com/Time-Temporality-and-Legal-Judgment/Chowdhury/p/book/9781138324503 https://dogsection.org/press/abolishing-the-police/

Morning Air
Sylvia Harder, Sharing the Gift of Christmas Music; Ashley Noronha, Latest from the Vatican; Kim Morgan, Imagining Mary's Pregnant Life

Morning Air

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 49:03


Sylvia relates the power of music and the skills learned by those who play instruments. Christmas music are usually favorites for all of us. Ashley reveals Pope Francis’ latest message from his Papal Audience, the very expensive Christmas present the US presented to Italy this year and some of the ways Venice and Assisi are […]

Insert:Human
Imagining a Better Future with Dr. Richard Harris

Insert:Human

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 41:47


Dr. Richard Harris is a vascular and endovascular surgeon as well as the Co-founder and Medical Director of Kuring-Gai Vascular Ultrasound. Richard is a medical educator and mentor, publishing numerous papers. He is the author of Imagine, a book inspired by John Lennon's song of the same name. A self-described “dreamer,” Richard's love for words will soon be expressed again in his upcoming novel titled Friday. Richard joins me today to imagine a better future. He reveals the concepts behind his book and what “Imagine Day” might look like. He highlights the challenges we face, including tribalism and country states that nurture behaviors and companies that work against our interests. Richard warns that it may be too late to change our behaviors significantly. Thus, we must seriously educate children on ethics, morality, and compassion at a young age. He discusses the problems with our modes of decision-making, political systems, and self-interest. Richard also shares what you can do today to help humankind move toward a better future. “It's having that understanding and having that conceptualization that things could be better that is half the battle.” - Dr. Richard Harris This week on Insert:Human The story behind Imagine and the dawn of “I Day” What is necessary to get us to “I Day” and the challenges we must overcome How childrens' education on mortality, ethics, and compassion is the route to a better future Pondering what happens the day after “I Day” and whether humans can evolve their behaviors The pros and cons of political systems and our modality of decision making The problems caused by self-interest, extreme capitalism, and significant wage gaps between workers and CEOs Three things you can do to create a better future Connect with Dr. Richard Harris: Richard Harris Website Book: Imagine by Richard Harris Richard Harris on LinkedIn Richard Harris on Twitter Insert:Human - For a Better Life & Better World Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Insert:Human. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more seekers and problem-solvers, like you. Join me on Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin. For more exclusive content and to claim your free copy of the first chapter of my upcoming book, Technology is Dead, visit my website.

Nerd Farmer Podcast
White Backlash Politics and Imagining a Post-Democratic Future — Dr. Will Horne, Editor of The Activist History Review — #149

Nerd Farmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 44:21


Dr. Will Horne is a history professor at Villanova University. He is also the founder and editor of The Activist History Review, an online journal created in 2017 to contextualize US history in light of...

NASA Edge
NASA EDGE: Imagining X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) Show

NASA Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021


On December 8, 2021 NASA EDGE provided live coverage for the Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) mission from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.

NASACast Video
NASA EDGE: Imagining X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) Show

NASACast Video

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021


On December 8, 2021 NASA EDGE provided live coverage for the Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) mission from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.

Spiritually Fed Blog Podcast
71. Imagining The Lord Next To You

Spiritually Fed Blog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 10:08


In this episode I share a great topic about imagining the Lord next to you when praying, reading scriptures, and in our interactions. I loved this point given by Wendy Nelson in her book, Rock Solid Relationships. When I imagine the Lord in my daily life I feel His presence and guidance helping me become a better me. Try to imagine Him with you and see how it impacts your relationships, goals, and struggles. Jesus Christ loves us and wants us to succeed!

Fight For Tomorrow
Imagining Sisyphus Happy

Fight For Tomorrow

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 51:17


The Story of Sisyphus is not the happiest or most heartwarming story,  but the value of understanding the stoic Principle of controlling what you can, when you can, where you can, cant be overstated.  In life,  we all have a different rock to push.  Often times,  the act of choosing to do this with a positive attitude will lead us to where we hope to be. Evan and Joel have a great discussion about how being "humble",  can lead to us having a hard time believing that we are valuable and capable enough to live a meaningful fulfilling life through our work.  The opposite of Nihilishm is Gratitude,  and we hope this discussion will help you believe in yourself and take the first step toward living your best possible life.

#EduCrush
35 – Elevating Sex Ed in the Curricular Hierarchy (w Alex Noel)

#EduCrush

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 59:50


We all have memories of Sex Ed that are filled with embarrassment and shame. How might we change our collective experience of this topic? What structural barriers create this problem? How might we reimagine Sex Ed as relationship education? Alex Noel worked for many years as a Sexual Health educator before stepping into his own classroom as a high school Science and Math teacher. The contrast of these two educational experiences has given him a passionate insight into how we might better achieve our collective goal of growing healthy kids. Show notes: Alex's journey from volunteer to a sexual health educator, to finally, a classroom teacher. (7:45) Possible criteria we might use to define sexual health. (12:35) The barriers in school to achieving our shared goal of healthy kids. (14:55) Imagining the curriculum for “Relationship Education” 101. (18:40) Grappling with SB8, the controversial law in Texas that has made abortion illegal after six weeks. (22:40) Bright spots that Alex has seen where schools are living into the goal of healthy students. (29:40) Upholding the expectation of universal consent in every context. (35:11) Recalibrating to our changing social norms without a road map. (42:21) Advice for those wanting to hold space for relationship and sexual education in their classroom. (46:00) The purpose of education. (50:44) View full show notes here! Alex on Twitter: @MrAlexNoel Email the Podcast: hello@educrushpod.com Podcast on Twitter: @educrushpod Natalie on Twitter: @natabasso Podcast on Instagram: @educrushpod Podcast Website: www.educrushpod.com 

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0345 – Imagining Your Hidden Audience – Where They Are

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 2:34


2021.12.11 – 0345 – Imagining Your Hidden Audience – Where They Are Summon up an image of where that person will be when they are watching you on tv or listening to you on the radio, will also alter how you talk live, or record a piece of copy. Will it be played on breakfast TV? Is it for an instore commercial? Is it for a podcast? If you are presenting on the radio, you are likely to have a different style of presentation for a breakfast show to a late-night show. Not only will the content be different but also the choice of words, the projection, the pace and the tone: perhaps brighter and faster for breakfast and slower and softer for late in the evening. Each situation may suggest a different style to cut through or complement the activity that your listener is likely doing as they consume your content. If you are a fast-paced Saturday night DJ the scenario you're painting with the music you are playing is one of a club, so you ‘point of vocus' would be as though you are talking to lots of people, at a distance, in a club. A ‘late night love' music presenter would be more intimate in their style, fitting with the music and the atmosphere they are creating, so their point of vocus is nearer to the mic – a close, one-to-one voice. A local radio presenter of events and guests would be somewhere between the two, as might be a newsreader. Project your voice to an invisible listener across the studio: a visualisation technique to help you successfully talk conversationally, one to one despite seeing no-one.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The JJ Redick Podcast
Will the Real Anthony Davis Please Stand Up, Imagining Ben Simmons With the Spurs, and the Mess in Indiana

The JJ Redick Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 61:48


Verno and KOC discuss the Grizzlies-Lakers game from Thursday night. Verno was there and he details his experience watching the purple and gold up close for the first time this season (01:26). Anthony Davis hasn't been the same kind of player and it was evident vs. the Grizz, so the guys debate what his issue is (05:21). They also take a deeper look at the Lakers' roster and coaching staff and identify all the issues they've had this season (12:53). They next look at the 76ers and debate whether Ben Simmons will get moved before the deadline (25:34). They have some fun and imagine Simmons getting traded to the Spurs and how his personality would fit in San Antonio (31:56). They next discuss what the heck is going on with the Pacers (41:08). Verno discovers that the Pacers haven't had many bad seasons while KOC believes that now is the perfect time for them to start a rebuild. Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Producer: Jessie Lopez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0344 – Imagining Your Hidden Audience – Who They Are

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 1:40


2021.12.10 – 0344 – Imagining Your Hidden Audience – Who They Are Imagining Your Hidden AudienceWho are they?One way to achieve an appropriate ‘point of vocus' for your projection is by putting a photo of someone at a distance from you in the studio, that you'd imagine an actual listener to be if they were with physically you.So, if the voice-over is personal and intimate then the image would be close to you and the mic, and a louder, announcer read may require a photo the other side of the room, so you can target your projected voice to hit it. If you can't have a physical photo of someone that you choose as your ‘listener' then have someone in your mind instead. That should be a real person with whom you have a connection. How do you want them to feel when they hear you?Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
12-09-21 - Native American Emailer - Day Two Update On ASU Hunger Strikers And Imagining Other Jobs Striking - Bigfoot Loch Ness And Flat Earth Believers Rant But John Can Be Swayed On Moon Landings

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 29:21


English L'Abri
Imagining the New Creation

English L'Abri

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 106:44


To download this lecture on your mobile device, click “Listen in podcast app.”Jim looks at visions of the new creation in art and literature as a way of helping us imagine the good life, both now and not yet.You can view the slides for this lecture here: https://bit.ly/3EtMFYJFor more lectures, visit the L'Abri Ideas Library at labriideaslibrary.org. The library contains over one thousand lectures and discussions that explore questions about the reality and relevance of Christianity. We ask you to respect the copyright for this audio file which belongs to L’Abri Fellowship. Please note that views expressed in the lecture and discussion times do not necessarily represent the views of L’Abri Fellowship. Subscribe at englishlabri.substack.com

Tarot for the Wild Soul with Lindsay Mack
179. Imagining the Possibilities with Seven of Cups

Tarot for the Wild Soul with Lindsay Mack

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 47:07


Seven of Cups is our card for the month of December, inviting us into some beautiful and necessary work around our own self tending and care. When this card arises, it can feel like nothing is clear, and can really spin us out -- especially if we are really pushing to have an answer, or to know what's coming next. In truth, this card is an opportunity to release the pressure to "know," and open to the medicine of daydreaming, imagining all of the possibilities for our next steps. In this episode, we dive into the heart of Seven of Cups, chat a bit about today's New Moon Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius, and I answer a listener's question about how to understand the cycles of expansion and contraction more clearly. CWs: The content in this episode contains references to capitalistic structures and pregnancy. To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: bit.ly/3rsSv99 LINKS: Sign up for The Threshold 2022: www.soultarotschool.com/p/threshold-2022 Sign up to get access to the Wild Soul Bundle sale, happening from 12/6 to 12/9: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/bundle-sale…aiting-list Sign up to receive the December Monthly Medicine Missive: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/monthly-med…ailing-list Soul Tarot Courses + Workshops: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/courses Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/ask-lindsay ABOUT THE PODCAST: Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack. Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives. ABOUT LINDSAY: Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you. WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

Tarot for the Wild Soul with Lindsay Mack
179. Imagining the Possibilities with Seven of Cups

Tarot for the Wild Soul with Lindsay Mack

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 47:07


Seven of Cups is our card for the month of December, inviting us into some beautiful and necessary work around our own self tending and care. When this card arises, it can feel like nothing is clear, and can really spin us out -- especially if we are really pushing to have an answer, or to know what's coming next. In truth, this card is an opportunity to release the pressure to "know," and open to the medicine of daydreaming, imagining all of the possibilities for our next steps. In this episode, we dive into the heart of Seven of Cups, chat a bit about today's New Moon Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius, and I answer a listener's question about how to understand the cycles of expansion and contraction more clearly. CWs: The content in this episode contains references to capitalistic structures and pregnancy. To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: https://bit.ly/3rsSv99 LINKS: Sign up for The Threshold 2022: https://www.soultarotschool.com/p/threshold-2022 Sign up to get access to the Wild Soul Bundle sale, happening from 12/6 to 12/9: https://www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/bundle-sale-waiting-list Sign up to receive the December Monthly Medicine Missive: https://www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/monthly-medicine-mailing-list Soul Tarot Courses + Workshops: https://www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/courses Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: https://www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/ask-lindsay ABOUT THE PODCAST: Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack. Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives. ABOUT LINDSAY: Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you. WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

Tech Enthusiast Hour
TEH 148: Updates on updates, Imagining virtual reality, Science and journalism

Tech Enthusiast Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 56:22


Updates on updates, Imagining virtual reality, Science and journalism

Henri Nouwen, Now & Then | Podcast
Henri Nouwen, Now & Then Podcast | Kerry A. Robinson "Imagining Abundance"

Henri Nouwen, Now & Then | Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 57:03


In this very special episode of "Henri Nouwen Now & Then," Kerry A. Robinson, Executive Director of the National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management and author of "Imagining Abundance," gives brilliant and inspiring insight into both the world of philanthropy and fundraising. * EPISODE PAGE: https://henrinouwen.org/now-then-kerry-robinson/ PURCHASE "Imagining Abundance: Fundraising, Philanthropy and a Spiritual Call to Service" by Kerry A. Robinson: **Amazon USA: https://amzn.to/3E8vzPT **Amazon Canada: https://amzn.to/3xHsELJ PURCHASE "A Spirituality of Fundraising" by Henri Nouwen: **Amazon USA: https://amzn.to/3foVXbC **Amazon Canada: https://amzn.to/30A7PmV PURCHASE "A Spirituality of Fundraising Workbook" by Henri Nouwen with Nathan Ball: **Amazon USA: https://amzn.to/3dbPIGv **Amazon Canada: https://amzn.to/30WVIki * TO WATCH FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY "Journey of the Heart: The Life of Henri Nouwen": www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U8M1gx5Rk4&t=1808s * LISTEN on iTUNES: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/henr…?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 * LISTEN on SPOTIFY: open.spotify.com/episode/4AfAnO1Mqu5Yal2Idix5ii * WATCH the PODCAST on YOUTUBE: youtu.be/1rEqHnkVxXc * TO SIGN-UP FOR FREE DAILY E-MEDITATIONS: henrinouwen.org/resources/daily-meditation/ * FOR HENRI NOUWEN SOCIETY CAREGIVING RESOURCES: henrinouwen.org/resources/caregiv…caregiving-books/ * MORE FREE RESOURCES: www.henrinouwen.org * READ HENRI NOUWEN: henrinouwen.org/read-nouwen/ [Please note: all book links are affiliate links]

Code Switch
Imagining A World Without Prisons Or Police

Code Switch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 32:26


When Derecka Purnell was growing up, the police were a regular presence in her life. Years later, the lawyer, activist, and author of the new book, Becoming Abolitionists, realized that her vision of a just society was radically different from the world in which she'd been socialized.

Locked On Reds - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Reds
Non-Tender Candidates for the Cincinnati Reds and Why They Might be Kept

Locked On Reds - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Reds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 28:17


Today is the Non-tender Deadline for MLB as the lockout looms on December 2nd and the Cincinnati Reds have a few players that some people see as candidates to be non-tendered. We talk about Amir Garrett, Tyler Naquin, Jeff Hoffman, and Aristides Aquino and why the Reds may actually keep them instead of moving on from them. We also look at Tyler Naquin, why he seems like a roster lock, and why Andrew McCutcheon could be an interesting platoon candidate with him. As Michael Lorenzen signed with the Los Angeles Angels, and many other free agency happenings went on, the Cincinnati Reds continued their status quo of little to no movement. This seems to allude to how they will approach today's non-tender deadline. with some players due to make raises, and some of those players making seemingly easy non-tender targets, we look at why none of them may be moved on from a the Reds have established a position of immutability. Let's pretend for a moment that the Reds do make a move and look at what Andrew McCutcheon could bring to the table as a Red. He would greatly improve Cincinnati's lineup against left-handed pitchers. Imagining also brings to light the reality of status quo, though, so lets also try to squint and see the positive side of Aristides Aquino being given the platoon job with Naquin and how he can improve. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

UU Church of Haverhill Podcast
Imagining a New Thing, sermon by Rev. Frank Clarkson, November 28, 2021

UU Church of Haverhill Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 19:35


Resources Radio
Facing Fears and Imagining Innovation for Climate Change, with Kim Stanley Robinson

Resources Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 34:41


In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Kim Stanley Robinson, acclaimed author of many books, most recently “The Ministry for the Future.” Robinson's books vividly illustrate some of the most devastating potential consequences of climate change, but that's not all they do—the books also offer innovation and optimism, imagining the ways in which we can prevent some of the worst impacts of climate change and adapt to the impacts that are unavoidable. Robinson discusses his recent visit to COP 26 and his views on climate economics, modern monetary theory, space opera, and more. References and recommendations: “The Ministry for the Future” by Kim Stanley Robinson; https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/kim-stanley-robinson/the-ministry-for-the-future/9780316300162/ “The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy, and the Life of John Maynard Keynes” by Zachary D. Carter; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/563378/the-price-of-peace-by-zachary-d-carter/ “Improving Discounting in the Social Cost of Carbon” by Brian Prest, William Pizer, and Richard Newell; https://www.resources.org/archives/improving-discounting-in-the-social-cost-of-carbon/ “Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist” by Kate Raworth; https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/doughnut-economics-paperback/ The concept of “carbon currency” by Delton Chen; https://globalcarbonreward.org/carbon-currency/ “Hypothesis for a Risk Cost of Carbon: Revising the Externalities and Ethics of Climate Change” by Delton B. Chen, Joel van der Beek, and Jonathan Cloud; https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-03152-7_8 “Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet” by David Attenborough and Johan Rockström; https://www.netflix.com/title/81336476

Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff
Imagining a Different Economy

Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 28:59


On this week's show, Prof. Wolff presents updates on his recent debate with Ayn Rand Institute on capitalism vs socialism, inflation in Europe, an analysis of right vs left splitting in US today, and real vs fake causes of energy price inflation. The second half of the show features an interview with David McNally, Prof, University of Houston, on lessons of capitalism's history.    

Strokecast
Surfer, Author, and Survivor Blake Hill's Journey

Strokecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 62:14


Click here for a machine-generated transcript. Blake Hill is an over achiever with an easy going attitude. Talking to him, you get the sense of a calm guy going with the flow, but underneath, he is paddling like crazy to get to the next big wave. After surviving a stroke, the turbulence in his life continued to increase, to the point where he was biking up a mountain in Canada and knew it was time to write Westfalia. We explore the events leading up to his mainly auto-biographical novel in this episode. To listen to episode, click the player above or click this link. About Blake Hill Blake is often thought of as a quiet person. Put a strong cup of good coffee in him and he becomes a chatter box. Although quiet on the surface his brain is always engaged and bounces from thought to thought. If you ask him his greatest accomplishment in life. It would be his role as Dad. Blake has two amazing children. He has spent countless hours flying on airplanes and traveling the world with his pro-surfer son. They have chased waves from California to Europe, Mexico, Indonesia, Japan, Australia and countless other destinations. He's the proud dad of a daughter who's strong and independent with a passion for dance. Blake's professional life began in the movie business doing lighting for movies and TV shows. During this time period he would balance working on set with cultivating his passion for writing. His day would typically begin at 3am. He honed his craft for writing screenplays while also working on the set of movies. Over the years he amassed a collection of ten screenplays and a children's book along with having his poetry published many times. Once his children were born he chose to quit the movie business and focus on his kids. This was truly an amazing time in his life and a true gift from the universe. He is truly grateful to have had so much time with his children while they were growing up. There's an adventurous spirit that lives within his soul. He's been riding motorcycles since he could walk. He's raced motocross, hare n' hounds and spent days riding across the Mojave Desert and camping under the stars. His rides across the USA have taken him through blizzards, tornadoes, and across the Arctic circle. His passion for life was dimmed one day when he encountered a stroke. It was as if a light switch had been turned off. This experience was beyond humbling and fueled his passion for living even more. He's not only physically strong but he's mentally fit. The stroke tested his will and mental fortitude. He kept the event private with only a few friends knowing about his mental capacity. He was challenged by the everlasting question of; how are you feeling? His focus was on healing and getting his memory back. He didn't want the constant reminder of what had happened. His physical self is truly one hundred percent. His mental self is challenged occasionally with loss of memory. He is extremely grateful to be where he is today on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. Blake's typical day begins at 4am with an awesome cup of coffee, splashed with cream while spending some quiet time with his two dogs. He works out with free weights, resistance bands, hikes with his dogs and tries to surf every day. He believes that keeping active mentally and physically is the key to happiness. He's 55 years old and with each and every wave he surfs, he strives to ride the next one better than the last. He truly feels blessed for his amazing life. You can find Westphalia at Amazon* or wherever you find your books. Writing Practice Blake's method of writing combines old school and new. He starts with a distraction-free environment. To keep himself in the mindset of writing every time, he listens to the same music -- Jackson Browne's Solo Acoustic Volumes 1 and Volume 2.* He also does all his drafts on yellow legal pads. These habitual behaviors help ease the brain into writing mode.  It's another way of leveraging the power of neuroplasticity -- the nerves that fire together, wire together. By reinforcing these patterns repeatedly, it makes it easier to write in the future. Then, he takes his handwritten drafts and types them up. As he types them in to the computer, he's doing a first editing pass. Visualization Blake talks about the importance of visualization. He describes how athletes learn to enhance their performance by visualizing that performance. In their mind they go through the movements, activities, and successful results. The idea is that parts of he brain can't distinguish between actually doing a thing and visualizing doing a thing. You get extra practice.  Last year, Peter Levine, author of Stronger After Stroke, talked about the same thing. Peter talked about it from thew scientific/medical perspective. According to studies with FMRI machines, when you watch someone walk or run, you activate the same part of the brain that lights up when you actually walk or run. Imagining the activity gives you similar results to doing the activity. The best parts of visualization is that it's free and completely harmless. There is no downside and there is a significant upside. So when you have a few moments or hours as you try to get back a limb or control your jaw, take some time to imagine yourself doing it again and again. To learn more, listen to my interview with Peter G Levine in this episode. Hack of the Week Blake talked about his strategy for dealing with the massive life changes after a stroke. Accept where you are. You can start to fix a situation or otherwise address it. Process it. Spend some time with the situation and feel your feelings about it. Ignoring your feelings isn't going to help. Forgive yourself for your feelings. If your feelings are counterproductive, that's okay. Forgive yourself for feeling that way. Then you can work on the situation or reality that you are in. Visualize where you want to be. Leverage the power of your brain to engage your natural neuroplasticity. Figure out how you want your life to look, and visualize your life that way and your abilities that way. Do it again and again. Use your mantra. A preferred phrase or mantra can help you center yourself and bring your mind back to focusing on your priorities and where you want to be. Links Helpful resources for more information. (If you don't see the links below, visit http://Strokecast.com/ByBlakeHill) Where do you want to go from here? Learn more about Blake and his work at ByBlakeHill.com and connect with him on Instagram @ByBlakeHill Share this episode with someone you know by giving them the link http://Strokecast.com/ByBlakeHill Subscribe to the free Strokecast email Newsletter at Strokecast.com/News Don't get best…get better

New Books in African American Studies
Jasmine Mitchell, "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media" (U Illinois Press, 2020)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:04


Brazil markets itself as a racially mixed utopia. The United States prefers the term melting pot. Both nations have long used the image of the mulatta to push skewed cultural narratives. Highlighting the prevalence of mixed race women of African and European descent, the two countries claim to have perfected racial representation-all the while ignoring the racialization, hypersexualization, and white supremacy that the mulatta narrative creates. In Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media (U Illinois Press, 2020), Jasmine Mitchell investigates the development and exploitation of the mulatta figure in Brazilian and U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a wide range of case studies, she analyzes policy debates and reveals the use of mixed-Black female celebrities as subjects of racial and gendered discussions. Mitchell also unveils the ways the media moralizes about the mulatta figure and uses her as an example of an "acceptable" version of blackness that at once dreams of erasing undesirable blackness while maintaining the qualities that serve as outlets for interracial desire. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in Communications
Jasmine Mitchell, "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media" (U Illinois Press, 2020)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:04


Brazil markets itself as a racially mixed utopia. The United States prefers the term melting pot. Both nations have long used the image of the mulatta to push skewed cultural narratives. Highlighting the prevalence of mixed race women of African and European descent, the two countries claim to have perfected racial representation-all the while ignoring the racialization, hypersexualization, and white supremacy that the mulatta narrative creates. In Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media (U Illinois Press, 2020), Jasmine Mitchell investigates the development and exploitation of the mulatta figure in Brazilian and U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a wide range of case studies, she analyzes policy debates and reveals the use of mixed-Black female celebrities as subjects of racial and gendered discussions. Mitchell also unveils the ways the media moralizes about the mulatta figure and uses her as an example of an "acceptable" version of blackness that at once dreams of erasing undesirable blackness while maintaining the qualities that serve as outlets for interracial desire. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in Gender Studies
Jasmine Mitchell, "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media" (U Illinois Press, 2020)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:04


Brazil markets itself as a racially mixed utopia. The United States prefers the term melting pot. Both nations have long used the image of the mulatta to push skewed cultural narratives. Highlighting the prevalence of mixed race women of African and European descent, the two countries claim to have perfected racial representation-all the while ignoring the racialization, hypersexualization, and white supremacy that the mulatta narrative creates. In Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media (U Illinois Press, 2020), Jasmine Mitchell investigates the development and exploitation of the mulatta figure in Brazilian and U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a wide range of case studies, she analyzes policy debates and reveals the use of mixed-Black female celebrities as subjects of racial and gendered discussions. Mitchell also unveils the ways the media moralizes about the mulatta figure and uses her as an example of an "acceptable" version of blackness that at once dreams of erasing undesirable blackness while maintaining the qualities that serve as outlets for interracial desire. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books Network
Jasmine Mitchell, "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media" (U Illinois Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:04


Brazil markets itself as a racially mixed utopia. The United States prefers the term melting pot. Both nations have long used the image of the mulatta to push skewed cultural narratives. Highlighting the prevalence of mixed race women of African and European descent, the two countries claim to have perfected racial representation-all the while ignoring the racialization, hypersexualization, and white supremacy that the mulatta narrative creates. In Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media (U Illinois Press, 2020), Jasmine Mitchell investigates the development and exploitation of the mulatta figure in Brazilian and U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a wide range of case studies, she analyzes policy debates and reveals the use of mixed-Black female celebrities as subjects of racial and gendered discussions. Mitchell also unveils the ways the media moralizes about the mulatta figure and uses her as an example of an "acceptable" version of blackness that at once dreams of erasing undesirable blackness while maintaining the qualities that serve as outlets for interracial desire. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Latin American Studies
Jasmine Mitchell, "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media" (U Illinois Press, 2020)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:04


Brazil markets itself as a racially mixed utopia. The United States prefers the term melting pot. Both nations have long used the image of the mulatta to push skewed cultural narratives. Highlighting the prevalence of mixed race women of African and European descent, the two countries claim to have perfected racial representation-all the while ignoring the racialization, hypersexualization, and white supremacy that the mulatta narrative creates. In Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media (U Illinois Press, 2020), Jasmine Mitchell investigates the development and exploitation of the mulatta figure in Brazilian and U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a wide range of case studies, she analyzes policy debates and reveals the use of mixed-Black female celebrities as subjects of racial and gendered discussions. Mitchell also unveils the ways the media moralizes about the mulatta figure and uses her as an example of an "acceptable" version of blackness that at once dreams of erasing undesirable blackness while maintaining the qualities that serve as outlets for interracial desire. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in American Studies
Jasmine Mitchell, "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media" (U Illinois Press, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:04


Brazil markets itself as a racially mixed utopia. The United States prefers the term melting pot. Both nations have long used the image of the mulatta to push skewed cultural narratives. Highlighting the prevalence of mixed race women of African and European descent, the two countries claim to have perfected racial representation-all the while ignoring the racialization, hypersexualization, and white supremacy that the mulatta narrative creates. In Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media (U Illinois Press, 2020), Jasmine Mitchell investigates the development and exploitation of the mulatta figure in Brazilian and U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a wide range of case studies, she analyzes policy debates and reveals the use of mixed-Black female celebrities as subjects of racial and gendered discussions. Mitchell also unveils the ways the media moralizes about the mulatta figure and uses her as an example of an "acceptable" version of blackness that at once dreams of erasing undesirable blackness while maintaining the qualities that serve as outlets for interracial desire. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Sociology
Jasmine Mitchell, "Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media" (U Illinois Press, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:04


Brazil markets itself as a racially mixed utopia. The United States prefers the term melting pot. Both nations have long used the image of the mulatta to push skewed cultural narratives. Highlighting the prevalence of mixed race women of African and European descent, the two countries claim to have perfected racial representation-all the while ignoring the racialization, hypersexualization, and white supremacy that the mulatta narrative creates. In Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U. S. and Brazilian Media (U Illinois Press, 2020), Jasmine Mitchell investigates the development and exploitation of the mulatta figure in Brazilian and U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a wide range of case studies, she analyzes policy debates and reveals the use of mixed-Black female celebrities as subjects of racial and gendered discussions. Mitchell also unveils the ways the media moralizes about the mulatta figure and uses her as an example of an "acceptable" version of blackness that at once dreams of erasing undesirable blackness while maintaining the qualities that serve as outlets for interracial desire. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

The Signal
Imagining a post-coal Australia

The Signal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 18:11


The Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been talking up the future of the coal industry in the decades to come. That's despite a COP26 promise to "phase down" coal, and frequent widespread predictions that market forces are already forcing coal into terminal decline. So who's right? Today on The Signal, the surprisingly bright future of mining in Australia. How much more coal are we really going to dig up and sell? And what other kinds of mining might take its place? Featured: Dr Richard Denniss, Chief Economist, The Australia Institute

Critical Literary Consumption
Writing About Food: Somewhere Between “Theorizing and Imagining”

Critical Literary Consumption

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 63:05


I discuss the anthology What We Hunger For: Refugee and Immigrant Stories about Food and Family and its motivations with editor Sun Yung Shin and two contributors, V.V. (Sugi) Ganeshananthan and Roy G. Guzmán. Sun Yung was inspired by an article written by Viet Thanh Nguyen, who wrote about “narrative plentitude” in response to a world of “narrative scarcity”, and how they conceived of the project as a way to think about the everyday person who might happen to write about food. Following Sun Yung's call, Sugi and Roy reflect on their own essays, how centering Minnesota is not merely a local perspective, and the collapse of academic and creative writing in what Roy calls “somewhere between theorizing and imagining”.

The New Majority
Aidymar Bigio, Imagining a Reality That Never Feels Foreign

The New Majority

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 28:24


When Aidymar Bigio immigrated to the United States—having been accepted to the engineering program at the University of Rochester—it came as more than a culture shock. She describes that first step of her journey as a “survival game in assimilation.” Aidymar Bigio's story begins as that of a curious girl who heard a ticking coming from her mom. That experience propelled her towards a career in engineering, and today, as a prominent Latina at Meta, she leads the future of Oculus. 

The Wright Show
The Brothers Behind the Cold War (Robert Wright & Stephen Kinzer)

The Wright Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 60:00


John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles—the stars of Stephen's book The Brothers—as architects of covert imperialism ... Stephen explains how disgruntled bankers and lawyers started the CIA ... How corporate interests drove the 1954 US-led coup in Guatemala ... The enduring relevance of US meddling in Iran in 1953 ... Self-fulfilling, Manichean prophecies of the Cold War ... Imagining history without the Dulles brothers ... Have we learned from our past mistakes? ...

Bloggingheads.tv
The Brothers Behind the Cold War (Robert Wright & Stephen Kinzer)

Bloggingheads.tv

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 60:00


John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles—the stars of Stephen's book The Brothers—as architects of covert imperialism ... Stephen explains how disgruntled bankers and lawyers started the CIA ... How corporate interests drove the 1954 US-led coup in Guatemala ... The enduring relevance of US meddling in Iran in 1953 ... Self-fulfilling, Manichean prophecies of the Cold War ... Imagining history without the Dulles brothers ... Have we learned from our past mistakes? ...

Media Boys Podcast
MB #52 - Looper, The Forgotten City, Nonagon Infinity by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Media Boys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 76:27


"Time is a flat circle" -that matthew mconnaghtheuuwy meme that you've seen before. That's right, Matty! It's a loop around town and we're the damn passengers (starring chris pratt, jennifer lawnrensenewes). Now isnt that fun? Imagining life as a ride? Now, picture this podcast as ride through three looping pieces of time travel media. I'm gonna stop typing now. Bye. YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNvFjMyga8ob_UHmSw4XUoA Twitter - https://twitter.com/mediaboys_pod?lang=en Looper Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iQuhsmtfHw The Forgotten City Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDF3VFaHSz0 Nonagon Infinity by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3Q4a5Eaqcg&list=PLRvZ7cdgjmKTex0H8W39MkjefEyTYg35A Media Boys Podcast is Nathaniel Combs, William Doyle, and Chris "Show" Miele Edited by Chris "Show" Miele Theme Song by Nick Brunston Artwork by Chris "Show" Miele

Mornings with the Holy Spirit by Awakening Podcast Network
Imagining the Possibilities (Season 2 Episode 199)

Mornings with the Holy Spirit by Awakening Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 39:10


Listen in to Jennifer's daily prophetic prayer broadcast where people are encouraged, inspired, healed and delivered. Prophetic words, spiritual warfare, visions and words of knowledge flow freely.

Grief is a Sneaky Bitch
Melissa Gould | On Feeling Widowish

Grief is a Sneaky Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 50:58


Widowhood is obviously a topic very close to host Lisa Keefauver's heart, and it's also an experience no one is prepared to go through as her guest Melissa Gould shares in her best-selling book Widowish and in their conversation in this episode. Jump straight into - (05:18) - On Melissa's first experience with loss and the importance of exploring grief without judgement(10:27) - A love story: The value of friendship and the importance of memory keeping(20:13) - Managing anticipatory grief and the cruelty of ambiguous loss(29:42) - Imagining the unimaginable: How Melissa and Joel navigated his last year of life(39:13) - Widowish: On the double standard expectations around widowhood(45:26) - Finding love after death: A conscious and empathic approach to “moving on” Episode Resources -You can find out more about Melissa Gould, buy her best-selling book Widowish, and learn more about the other work she does as a writer and writing coach by visiting www.widowish.com Episode Sponsor –While there are a lot of simple everyday ways we can memorialize our loved-ones, Eterneva, our sponsor for today's episode, can help you do it, well remarkably. They've created a way to transform memorial ashes into a diamond, and along the way they help you carry their memory forward. Visit www.eterneva.com to learn more about how you can remember remarkable. Don't forget to check them out on @tiktok too About The Show -If you love deep, honest, authentic conversations, get ready to love Grief is a Sneaky Bitch. Host Lisa Keefauver, the founder of Reimagining Grief, holds an extensive grief resume herself, as a social worker, narrative therapist, grief guide, and widow. From CEOs and social workers to authors, educators, filmmakers, and stay-at-home moms, her guests open up about the complexity, confusion, and even confidence they have gained by navigating a grief journey of their own. To learn more sign up for her newsletter or follow on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Middays with Susie Larson
Dr. Jeremiah Johnston on imagining a world without Christianity

Middays with Susie Larson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 49:36


*Originally aired May 25, 2021* Dr. Jeremiah Johnston, author of “Unimaginable: What Our World Would Be Like Without Christianity“, joins Susie to talk about what the world would be like if we had never known the radical love and good news of Jesus Christ.

Southern Songs and Stories
Don't Call It Utopia: Imagining A World Made Better For Music

Southern Songs and Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 28:39


Over a dozen artists and music fans answer the same question: what would you gain or what would you eliminate in order to make your musical journey better? Included is commentary from host Joe Kendrick as well as music from artists interviewed.

Power Mom Minute
93. Moms and Money: Financial Planning For Your Future by Imagining the Life You Want with Babita Trivedi, CFP

Power Mom Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:30


Babita Trivedi is a certified financial planner with a passion for educating and empowering women in their financial lives. She helps her clients understand where they are financially, define where they want to be in the future, and give them strategies and tools to achieve those goals so they can feel less stress and be more confident in their future.  She's a mom of 2 (5 and 11 year old) who went through a huge career transition after having her first kid. In this episode we dive into her journey of going back to school and switching careers to everything you need to know to start planning for your financial future as a mom with young kids. Financial planning is way more than just excel projections, pie graphs and investment portfolios, it's about imagining the life you want to have when you retire. One of my favorite things she said to me offline was “I never knew my job would be mainly about helping people figure out what they want.” And that is so true! Follow Babita at: Company Website LinkedIn Free Financial Planning Consultation (CA, NY, NJ residents only) Resources: https://lifehappens.org/  ----- Come join me in my sandbox of life and in this podcast to explore, play and discover something new every single week. Subscribe and tune in weekly because I know you've yelled "Mommy's on a Call" at least once in the last week!!! For show notes, visit www.MommysonaCall.com Stephanie's Website IG: @MommysonaCall // @StephanieUchima

Mornings with the Holy Spirit by Awakening Podcast Network
Imagining the Possibilities (Season 2 Episode 195)

Mornings with the Holy Spirit by Awakening Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 39:10


Listen in to Jennifer's daily prophetic prayer broadcast where people are encouraged, inspired, healed and delivered. Prophetic words, spiritual warfare, visions and words of knowledge flow freely.

Sway
Is Casey Newton a ‘Facebook Apologist'?

Sway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 40:27


The Facebook Papers and whistle-blower testimony have given us yet more insight into the company's impact on polarization and mental health, but if you could wave a magic wand and “pull the plug on Facebook,” would these problems go away? Casey Newton, the journalist behind the newsletter Platformer, says no. Imagining a universe where “Mark Zuckerberg is not the C.E.O., the company doesn't exist — I actually don't think you would improve the internet that much,” he says. He caveats that Facebook has never been held accountable “in any meaningful way,” but the problems are much bigger than any one platform.This may make him a Facebook “apologist” in the eyes of Kara Swisher — which is exactly why she invited Newton onto the show to discuss everything Facebook.In this conversation, Newton and Swisher discuss Facebook's rebrand to Meta and debate the merits of the metaverse. They go inside the Facebook Papers consortium looking into the whistle-blower leaks, discuss whether the company's recent limits on facial recognition signals a shift in Mark Zuckerberg and talk about the role of government to really start regulating a behemoth company and industry.This episode contains strong language.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.

FULL COMP: The Voice of the Restaurant Industry Revolution
Episode 151: Betting Big on the Future of Restaurant Tech: Noah Glass, founder of OLO

FULL COMP: The Voice of the Restaurant Industry Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 34:50


Today, Olo is a billion-dollar company with a captivated audience of restaurateurs excited about the future of restaurant tech. But the story of Olo and its founder, Noah Glass, is far from an overnight success. Noah has spent the last 16 years evangelizing the merits of restaurant tech to an industry unwilling to change. But he never lost hope and he never gave up. And I can only imagine that a man with that kind of vision and that kind of fortitude must have a clear vision of what's coming next for all of us. Today we talk about the future of restaurants and restaurant tech. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES [2:25] The ripple effect that planted a seed: Lessons learned from Silicon Valley [5:11] Finding the courage: seizing the opportunity to realize a vision [8:38] Evolving an ideology: rallying the troops and doing good while doing well. [11:50] Evolving a leader: the challenges of scaling and having faith in your partners and values. [16:38] How one restaurant Dallas, TX changed Olo's framework. [22:08] Embracing the Digital Age: Is the industry backsliding as we lean into tech? [24:20] Imagining the future of the restaurant industry: [27:25] Turning the tables: The kind of restaurant Noah Glass would open. [31:15] The North Star metric: Customer lifetime value and what it means for your restaurant. That's Noah Glass. For more on OLO visit https://www.olo.com FULL COMP is brought to you by Yelp for Restaurants: In July 2020, a few hundred employees formed Yelp for Restaurants. Our goal is to build tools that help restaurateurs do more with limited time.