This is based on advanced exercises in consciousness developed by Jean Houston. Deepak Chopra called Jean “The most important person alive in the world today when it comes to human and social potential” and with good reason. While this sounds like a meditation it is more than that. Intention is an energy that can be found in your cells. By tuning into this energy you can bring your manifestations come to fruition. Ground yourself, enter your power and truly manifest your intention.
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Join Ross as he sits down with his brother Spencer, and their dad Rich, who recently embarked on an offroad trip to the picturesque terrains of New Hampshire. With the powerful Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 S and the rugged 2023 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro, the Ballots conquered trails, climbed peaks, and navigated the backcountry, all while strengthening their familial bonds. Ross, Spencer, and Rich recount their thrilling journey, sharing the highs, the lows, and the unexpected surprises along the way. From encountering breathtaking New Hampshire scenery to tackling unforeseen obstacles on the trail, their tales of adventure will have you on the edge of your seat. Hear firsthand how the Polaris Scrambler and the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro stood up to the challenge, providing reliability, power, and comfort throughout the expedition. They delve into their favorite features of these robust vehicles and how they contributed to making the trip a smooth and enjoyable experience. But it's not just about the machines and the trails; it's about family, camaraderie, and the unforgettable memories made amidst the backdrop of the great outdoors. The Ballot family also reflects on the deepened connections and the laughter shared, highlighting the heartwarming and enduring aspects of offroading adventures. So buckle up and hit play for a ride-along with the Ballots on their New Hampshire escapade. Immerse yourself in a story of family, adventure, and unyielding vehicles on this captivating episode of Off The Road Again! Don't miss this journey into the wild with a heartwarming family twist. Tune in now!
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Your ability to ride out the fears, uncertainties, and doubts that cause the stress and anxiety is foundational to your growth, your ability to change, and reinventing yourself. Ultimately, however, to achieve the change you desire, you must create a vision of what you want. A vision is similar to a goal in that it provides something you want at some point in the future. A vision is, in many ways, loftier than a goal, in that it is an ideal future state. A good, clear vision will generate passion, energy, and excitement. It can give you meaning—a reason why you exist. A strong vision will act as a template, a guide, as to how you live your life. It leads to change, transformation, and in the end, reinventing yourself into the reality of your own choosing. When you set a large goal, like a vision, you may experience anxiety and stress, causing you to hesitate. Recognize that this is natural, especially when taking actions aligned with your vision. Instead of hesitating, use the techniques covered earlier, such as riding out the discomfort associated with fear, doubts, or anxiety. Learn to be comfortable with the discomfort knowing it will pass when you take action in line with your vision. A vision is the key requirement for growth and reinvention. It will require you to change. However, some people are reluctant to change, not necessarily out of fear but because they will have to give up some secondary gain (the benefits of not facing or addressing a problem). What benefits do people get from staying locked in their current situation? Why would anyone be reluctant to improve his or her circumstances? The reasons are a little complicated.
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Stephanie is engrossed in Kent Beck's Substack newsletter, which she appreciates for its "working thoughts" format. Unlike traditional media that undergo rigorous editing, Kent's content is more of a work-in-progress, focusing on thought processes and evolving ideas. Joël has been putting a lot of thought into various tools and techniques and realized that they all fall under one umbrella term: analysis. From there, Stephanie and Joël discuss all the productivity tricks they like to use in their daily workflows. Do you have some keyboard shortcuts you like? Are you an Alfred wizard? What are some tools or mindsets around productivity that make YOUR life better? Kent Beck's Substack Tidy First? (https://tidyfirst.substack.com/) Debugging: Listing Your Assumptions (https://thoughtbot.com/blog/debugging-listing-your-assumptions) Dash (https://kapeli.com/dash) Alfred (https://www.alfredapp.com/) Rectangle (https://rectangleapp.com/) Meeter (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/meeter-for-zoom-teams-co/id1510445899) Vim plugins (https://github.com/thoughtbot/dotfiles/blob/main/vimrc.bundles#L32-L50) from thoughtbot's dotfiles, including vim-projectionist () for alternate files Go To Spec VS Code plugin (https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=Lourenci.go-to-spec) Feedbin (https://feedbin.com/) Energy Makes Time by Mandy Brown (https://everythingchanges.us/blog/energy-makes-time/) Transcript: AD: Ruby developers, The Rocky Mountain Ruby Conference returns to Boulder, Colorado, on October 5th and 6th. Join us for two days of insightful talks from experienced Ruby developers and plenty of opportunities to connect with your Ruby community. But that's not all. Nestled on the edge of the breathtaking Rocky Mountains, Boulder is a haven for outdoor lovers of all stripes. Take a break from coding. Come learn and enjoy at the conference and explore the charm of Downtown Boulder: eclectic shops, first-class restaurants and bars, and incredible street art everywhere. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and the many microbrew pubs that Boulder has to offer. Grab your tickets now at rockymtnruby.dev and be a part of the 2023 Rocky Mountain Ruby Conference. That's rockymtnruby.dev, October 5th and 6th in Boulder. See you there. JOËL: Hello and welcome to another episode of The Bike Shed, a weekly podcast from your friends at thoughtbot about developing great software. I'm Joël Quenneville. STEPHANIE: And I'm Stephanie Minn. And together, we're here to share a bit of what we've learned along the way. JOËL: So, Stephanie, what's new in your world? STEPHANIE: So, I have a new piece of content that I'm consuming lately. That is Kent Beck's Substack [chuckles], Kent Beck of Agile Manifesto and Extreme Programming notoriety. I have been really enjoying this trend of independent content creation in the newsletter format lately, and I subscribe to a lot of newsletters for things outside of work as well. I've been using an RSS feed to like, keep track of all of the dispatches I'm following in that way so that it also kind of keeps out of my inbox. And it's purely just for when I'm in an internet-reading kind of mood. But I subscribed to Kent's Substack. Most of his content is behind a subscription. And I've been really enjoying it because he treats it as a place for a lot of his working thoughts, kind of a space that he uses to explore topics that could be whole books. But he is still in the phase of kind of, like, thinking them through and, like, integrating, you know, different things he's learning, and acknowledging that, like, yeah, like, not all of these ideas are fully fleshed, but they are still worth publishing for people who might be interested in kind of his thought process or where his head is at. And I think that is really cool and very different from just, like, other types of content I consume, where there has been, like, a lot of, especially more traditional media, where there has been, like, more editing involved and a lot of time and effort to reach a final product. And I'm curious about this, like I mentioned, trend towards a little less polished and people just publishing things as they're working through them and acknowledging that the way they're thinking about things can change over time. JOËL: It sounds like this is kind of halfway between a book which has gone through a lot of editing and, you know, a tweet thread, which is pure stream of consciousness. STEPHANIE: Yeah, that's a really great insight, actually. And I think that might be my sweet spot in terms of things I enjoy consuming or reading because I like that room for change and that there is a bit of a, you know, community aspect to Substack where you can comment on posts. But, at least in my experience, has seemed, like, relatively healthy because it is, you know, you're kind of with a community of people who are at least invested or willing to pay [chuckles] for the content. So, there is some amount of good faith involved. His newsletter title itself it's called "Tidy First?" And so, that almost implies that it's, like, something he's still exploring or experimenting with, which I think is really cool. It's not like a I have discovered, like, the perfect way to do things, and, you know, you must always tidy first before you do your software development. He's kind of in the position of, this is what I think works, and this is my space for continuing to refine this idea. JOËL: I'm curious: are there any sort of articles that you've read or just thoughts in general that you've seen from Kent that are particularly impactful or memorable to you? STEPHANIE: Yeah. One I read today during my investment time is called Accountability in Software Development. And it was a very interesting take on the idea of accountability, not necessarily, like, when it's forced by others or external forces like a manager or, you know, your organization, but when it comes from yourself. And he describes it as a way to feel comfortable and confident in the work that he's doing and also building trust in himself and in his work but also in his teams. By being transparent and literally accounting for the things that he's doing and sharing them, communicating them publicly, that almost ends up diminishing any kind of, like, distrust, or shame, or any of those weird kind of squishy things that can happen when you hide those things or, like, hide what you're doing. It becomes a way to foster the good parts of working with other people but not in a necessarily like, resentful way or in a hierarchical way. I was really interested in the idea of accountability, ultimately, like, for yourself, and then that ends up just propagating to the team. JOËL: That's a really interesting topic because I think it sort of sits at the intersection of the personal and the technical. STEPHANIE: Yeah, absolutely. He mentions more technical strategies or tasks that kind of do the same thing. You know, he mentions test-driven development, as well as, like, a way of holding yourself accountable to writing software that, you know, doesn't have bugs in it. So, I think that it can be applied to, you know, exactly both of those, like, interpersonal stuff and also technical aspects too, anyway, that's what's new in my world. Joël, what about you? JOËL: So, this year, I've been putting a lot of thought into a variety of tools and processes. And I think I've come to the realization that they all really fall under one kind of umbrella term, and that would be analysis. It's a common step in some definitions of the traditional software development lifecycle. And it's where you try to after you've kind of gathered the requirements, try to break them down and understand what exactly that means from a technical perspective, what needs to happen. And so, a lot of the things that have been really fascinating to me this year have been different techniques that I can use to become better at that sort of phase. STEPHANIE: Wow. That's very powerful, I think. And honestly, the first thing that comes to mind is, how do you make time for it? JOËL: I think we all do it to a certain extent. You know, you pick up a ticket, and there is a prose description of some work to be done, hopefully not telling you directly, like, just go make a change to this class, but here's a business problem to be solved. And then you have to sort of figure out how to break it down. So, this can be as simple as, oh, what objects, what classes do I need to introduce for this change? But it might be more subtle in terms of thinking, okay, well, what are the edge cases I need to think about? Where are things that could fail, and how am I going to handle failure? So, there's a variety of techniques that you can use to get better at all of these. You can use them kind of at the micro level when thinking about just a ticket. You can use them when working on a larger epic, a larger initiative, a whole project because I think analysis fits into kind of all of these levels. And so, I think those are the techniques that have been most exciting to me this year and that have really connected. STEPHANIE: That is very exciting. It's triggering a lot of thoughts for me about how I incorporate analysis into my work and how that has actually evolved; where I think before, earlier in my career, I assumed that the analysis had been done by someone else who knew better than me or who knew more than me. And that by the time that you know, a piece of work kind of landed in my lap, I was like, okay, well, I just want to know what to do, right? Like, I want someone else to tell me what to do [laughs]. But now I think I have taken it upon myself to do more of that and, like, have realized that it's part of my role. And sometimes it will now be kind of a flag or, like, a signal to me when that hasn't been done. And I can tell when I receive a ticket, and it's, like, maybe missing the business problem or doesn't have enough information. And determining whether that is information that I need to go and find out, or if there's someone else who I can work together with to do that analysis with, or having a better understanding of, like, what is within my realm of analysis to do, and what I need to encourage other people to do analysis for before the work is ready for me. JOËL: I think there is an interesting distinction between more traditional requirements gathering and analysis, where traditional requirements gathering is getting all that business problem information from product people, from customers, things like that. The analysis step is often a little bit more about breaking down a business problem into, like, what are the technical ramifications of that? But there can be a little of a synergy there where sometimes, once you start exploring the technical side of it, it might bring up a lot of edge cases that have impacts on the product side, on the business side. And then you have to go back to the businesspeople and say, "Hey, we only talked about sort of the happy path. What happens if payment is declined? What do we want to do there?" And now we're back in sort of that requirements gathering phase a little bit more rather than purely analysis. But it can come out of an analysis phase where you've done maybe some state machine diagramming to try to better understand how things flow from one phase to another. Or maybe you were building out a truth table for some complex logic and realized, wait a minute, there's an edge case I didn't handle. It's not a strictly linear process. The two kind of feed into each other and, honestly, into the implementation side as well. STEPHANIE: Yeah, I'm with you there. I'm thinking about a piece of work that I've been working on, where we were thinking of doing a database migration and adding some new columns to a table. But the more I dug into it, the more I realized that that was the first idea or the immediate idea that came from a need that I had limited information about. And what was nice was I was able to sit on it for a little bit, get some input from others. And I realized that there were all of these things that I couldn't answer yet. And someone, I think literally asked in a code review if you've already done this analysis, between knowing that these columns will be the kind of extent of what you need versus, you know, will the data end up needing more columns? And should the data model be a little more flexible to that potential change? And they said, "If you had already done this analysis, then, like, otherwise, it looks good to me." And I was like, "Oh, I didn't." [laughs] And that encouraged me to go back to some cross-functional members of the team and ask more questions. And that has taken more time. That was another challenge that I had to encounter was saying like, "Yeah, we started this, and we made some progress. But actually, we need to revisit a few things, like a few parts of the premise, before continuing on." JOËL: Are there any techniques or approaches that you particularly enjoy when it comes to doing an analysis or that maybe are go-to's for you? STEPHANIE: Reminding myself to revisit my assumptions [laughs], or at least even starting by being really clear about what I'm assuming, right? Because I think that has to happen first before you can even revisit them is having an awareness of what assumptions you're making. And I actually think this is where collaboration has been really helpful, where I've been working on this task with another developer on my team. And when we've been talking about it, I found myself saying, "Oh, I'm assuming this," right? Or, like, I'm assuming that the stakeholder knows what they need [laughs]. And that's why we're going to do it this way, where we were kind of given the pieces of data that we should be persisting. And the more that we had that conversation, the more I realized, like, actually, like, I'm not convinced that they have that full picture of, like, what they need in the future. And because we're making this decision now, like, we are turning, you know, literally from, like, the abstract into, like, a concrete change [chuckles] in the database, now seems like...now that we're faced with that decision, it seems like a good time to revisit the assumption that I was making. And that has proved helpful in making ultimately, like, a more informed decision about, like, which way to go technically. But I personally have found a lot of value in verbally processing it with someone else. It's a lot harder for me to identify them, I think, when I'm in my own head. JOËL: That's really interesting that you keyed in on the idea of assumptions. I typically think of assumptions being, like, so important mostly in debugging rather than analysis. In fact, I wrote a whole blog post about why listing your assumptions is so important as part of your debugging process. Now, like, my mind is spinning a little bit. I'm like, oh, I wonder if I could use some of those, like, debugging techniques as part of more of my analysis step. And could that make me better? So, I think you've put me on a whole, like, thought track of, like, oh, how many of these debugging techniques can I use to make my analysis better? So, that's really cool. STEPHANIE: Yeah, and vice versa. So, a few minutes ago, I'd asked you how you make time for that analysis. Because I was thinking that, you know, in my day-to-day work, I'm juggling so many things. I often find myself running out of time and not able to do all of it. And that, I think, leads us really well into our topic for this episode, which is productivity tricks and ways that we make the most use out of our limited time. JOËL: I think I may have a maybe a bit of a controversial opinion on productivity tricks. I feel like a lot of productivity tricks don't actually make me that much faster. Like, maybe I save a couple of minutes a day, maybe 5 or 10 a day with productivity tricks. And, sure, that adds up over the course of a year. But there are other things I could do in terms of, like, maybe better habits, better managing of my schedule that probably have a much more significant impact. Where I think they are incredibly valuable, though, is not directly making me better with my time management but managing my focus, allowing me to kind of keep in the flow and get things done without getting sidetracked. Or just kind of giving me the things that I need in the moment that I need them so that I'm not getting on to a subtask that I don't really need to be doing. STEPHANIE: Yeah. I really like that reframing of what helps you focus because as I was brainstorming ways that I stay on track for my work, I think I ended up discovering a similar theme where it wasn't so much, like, little snippets and tools for me, as opposed to how I structure all of the noise, I guess, in my day-to-day work and being able to see what it is that I need to care about the most right now. JOËL: I think one of the things that I've tried to do for myself is to make it easy to have access to the information and the tools that I need. Probably one of the most useful bits of that is a combination of the documentation viewer Dash and the...I'm not sure what it would be called– launcher, productivity manager tool for Mac. Alfred, with a CMD + Space, it brings up this bar I can type into. And then you can trigger all sorts of things from there. And so I can type the name of a language or some kind of keyword that I have set up and the name of a method. And then, all of a sudden, it'll show me everything like, you know, top five results. And I can hit Enter, and it will bring up the documentation for that. So, if I want to say, oh yeah, what is the order of the arguments for Enumerable's inject method (which I constantly forget)? You know, it's a few keyboard shortcuts, you know, CMD + Space Ruby Enumerable inject. It's fuzzy finding, so I probably don't even need to type all of that. Hit Enter, and I have the documentation right in front of me. So, that makes it so that I can get access to that with very little amount of context shifting. STEPHANIE: Yeah. I like what you said about how the tools are really helping you, like, narrow down, like, the views of, like, what is most important for you in that moment, and it's doing a little bit of that work for you. I think the couple of tools and apps that I actually did want to share are kind of similar. One MacOS app I really like is called Rectangle for windows management, which is really crucial for me because I don't enjoy like, swiping and tabbing between applications. I would much prefer just seeing, usually, just two things. I try to keep my screen limited to two different windows at once because once it gets more than that, I'm already just, like, overwhelmed [laughs]. And as I'm trying to focus a little bit more on just having, like, one thing be the focus of my attention at a time, Rectangle has been really nice in just really quickly being able to do my windows resizing. So, I usually have, like, either things split between my screen half and half. Like, right now, I have your face on my screen as we record this podcast, and then my notes editing software for taking notes about what we talk about. During my development workflow, it's usually, you know, just my editor, my terminal, and then maybe my browser ends up being, like, the thing that I tab into. But I'm able to just, like, set that all up, and as I need those windows to change depending on what my focus has been shifted to, to kind of make more space for whatever I'm reading, or looking at, or processing visually. The keyboard shortcuts that Rectangle...that I have now, you know, ingrained into my fingers [laughs] has been really helpful. It's like, I'm not fussing with just, like, too many things open. JOËL: I have yet to, like, dive into a window manager. I'm still in the clunky world of CMD tabbing. But maybe I should give that a try. STEPHANIE: For me, it has helped even just, like, identify the things that I need to give more space to on my screen and aggressively, like, cut everything else [laughs]. So, that's a really great MacOS app. And then, the other one is actually kind of a similar vein. It's called Meeter, M-E-E-T-E-R. And it has been really helpful for managing my meetings, especially my video call meetings where the video call software that's being used for the meeting may be variable. And also, when I have multiple email addresses that meetings are being sent to, you're able to sign into all of your calendar accounts. And it provides a really nice view of all of your meetings. It has a really, like, minimal, I guess, design in your toolbar, where it shows you how many minutes until your next meeting. And from that toolbar button, you can click to go to the video conferencing software directly for whatever meeting is up next. And you don't have to, you know, scramble to open Google Meet, or Zoom, or Webex, or whatever it is. And that's [chuckles] been nice, again, just kind of, like, cutting down on the amount of stuff that I need to remember and shift through to get to my destination. JOËL: I think I'm hearing kind of two themes emerge out of some of the things that we've shared. And I'd like to maybe explore them a little bit; one is the power of keyboard shortcuts. And I think that's maybe what a lot of us think of when we think of productivity apps, at least developers, right? We love keyboard shortcuts. And then, secondly, I think I'm hearing automation, right? So, you don't have to go through and, like, find that email or calendar link to find the Zoom link or whatever. It shows up in your toolbar. So, maybe we can dig into a little bit of the idea of keyboard shortcuts. Are you a person who like customizes a lot of keyboard shortcuts? And is that a part of your kind of productivity setup? STEPHANIE: Well, a while ago, we had talked about not keyboard shortcuts in the context of productivity, but I think I had mentioned that I was trying to use my mouse less [chuckles] because I was getting a little bit of wrist pain. And I think that actually has rolled into a little bit of, you know, just, like, more efficient navigation on my computer. I think my keyboard shortcut usage is mostly around window management, like I mentioned. I do feel like I have, like, a medium amount of efficiency in my editor. Sometimes, when I'm pairing with other people who use Vim, I'm, like, shook by how fast they're moving. And I have figured out what works for me in VS Code, and I don't think I need to get any faster. You know, I've just accepted that [laughs]. In fact, it's almost, like, the amount of speed and friction that I have, in my experience, is actually a little more beneficial for the speed that my mind works [laughs]. It kind of helps me slow down when I need to think about what I'm doing as opposed to just, like, being able to, like, do anything at my fingertips, and kind of my brain is just not able to think that fast. And then navigating Slack, which is where I also spend a lot of my time on my computer. Now, using Slack with my keyboard shortcuts has been really helpful because, again, I'm not, like, mindlessly browsing or clicking around. I'm just looking at my unread messages. One non-keyboard shortcut I really like with Slack is Command + K, which is the jump-to feature. And so, I'm using that to go to a specific channel that I know I'm looking for or my own personal DMs, where I keep a lot of notes as well. And, honestly, I think that's, like, the extent of my keyboard shortcut usage. I'm curious what your setup is in regards to that, though. JOËL: I think I'm similar to you in that I have not kind of maxed out the productivity around keyboard shortcuts. You'd mentioned the jump to in Slack. Several pieces of software have something kind of like that. It might be some sort of omnibar, or a command palette, or something like that, where you really just need to know...CMD + K, or CMD + P, CTRL + P are common ones. Then you can sort of, like, type a few characters to just describe the thing you want to do, or a search you want to make, or something like that. Just knowing that one keyboard shortcut for your one piece of software gets you, I don't know, 80% of the productivity that you want. It's kind of amazing. I love the idea of an omnibar. STEPHANIE: Yeah, I hadn't heard of omnibar as a phrase before, but that feels very accurate. I like that a lot, too, where it's, like, oftentimes, I don't do whatever particular thing enough necessarily for it to justify a keyboard shortcut, for me at least. I'm still able to be fast enough to get to, like I said, that final destination or the action that I want to take with a more universal shortcut like that. JOËL: In my editor...so I use Vim, and I got used to Vim's keyboard-based navigation. And that is something that I deeply appreciate, maybe not so much for speed but being able to almost kind of feel one with the machine. And the cursor moves around, and I don't have to, like, think about moving it. It's really a magical sort of feeling. And it's become so much muscle memory now that I can just sort of...the cursor jumps around, things change out. And I'm not, like, constantly thinking about it to the point where now, if I'm in any other editor, I really want to get those shortcuts or, I guess, maybe not shortcuts but a Vim-style navigation, keyboard-based navigation. STEPHANIE: Yeah, it sounds like it's not so much the time savings but the power that you have or the control that you have over your tools. JOËL: Yes. And I think, again, the idea of focus. Navigation has stopped becoming a thing where I have to actively think about it. And I feel like I really do just sort of think my fingers are on the keyboard. I'm not having to, like, do a physical motion where I switch my hands. Like, I'm typing, and I'm writing code, then I have to switch my hand away to a mouse to shift around or, like, move my hand off the home row to, like, find the arrow keys and, like, move around. I just kind of think, and the cursor jumps up. It's great. Maybe I'd be the same if I'd put a lot of time into getting really good at, you know, maybe arrow-based navigation. I still think the mouse you have to move your hand off. It breaks just in the tiniest little way the flow. So, for me, I really appreciate being fully keyboard-based when I'm writing code. STEPHANIE: Right. Being one with the keyboard. As you were talking about that, I very viscerally felt, you know, when you encounter a new piece of technology, and you're trying to navigate it for the first time, and you're like, wow, like, that takes so much mental overhead that it's, you know, just completely disruptive to the goal that you're trying to achieve with the software itself. JOËL: Yeah, it is a steep learning curve. So, we've talked about custom keyboard shortcuts in the editor. But it's common for people to augment their editor with plugins, maybe even some kind of, like, snippet manager to maybe expand snippets or to paste common pieces in. Is that something that you've done in your editor setup? I think you said you use VS Code as your sort of daily editor. STEPHANIE: Yeah, that's right. I actually think I almost forgot about some of my little bits of automation because they are just so spelled for me [laughs] that I don't have to think about them. But you prompting me just now reminded me that there are a few that I'd like to shut out. Snippets-wise, I mostly use them for when I'm writing tests and just having the it blocks or the context blocks expand out for me so I don't have to do any of that typing of the setup there. And since I do use a terminal outside of my editor...I know that some people really like kind of having that integrated and being able to run tests even faster without having to switch to a different application, but I like having them separate. There is a really great plugin called Go to Spec where you can be in any, you know, application code file, and it will pull up the spec file for you. I've been really enjoying that, and that is what helps my test writing be a little more automated, even though I'm having it in separate applications. JOËL: That is really useful. So, as a Vim user, I also have a plugin that does something similar, where I can switch to what's considered the alternate for a particular file, which is typically the spec, or if I'm in the spec, it'll switch to the source file that the spec is testing. STEPHANIE: And then, I do have one really silly one, which is that I got so sick and tired of not remembering how to, you know, type the symbols for string interpolation in Ruby that has also become a snippet where the hash key and the [inaudible 28:48] brackets can [laughs] populate it for me. JOËL: I love it. So, Stephanie, I'd like to go back to something you were talking about earlier in the show. When you were sharing about what was new in your world and, you mentioned that you subscribe to the Substack and that you subscribe to, actually, a lot of newsletters, and you said something that really caught my attention. You were saying that you don't want these all cluttering up your email inbox. And instead, you send all of these to an RSS reader application. What kind of application do you like to use? STEPHANIE: I use Feedbin for this. And I actually think that this was recommended by Chris Toomey back in the day on a previous Bike Shed episode before you and I hosted the show. But that has been really awesome. It has a just, like, randomly generated email address you can use when you sign up for newsletters. You use that instead. And I really like having that distinction because I honestly treat my email inbox as a bit of a to-do list, where I am archiving or deleting a lot of stuff. And then the things that remain in my inbox are things that I need to either respond to, or do, or get back to in some way. And then yeah, when I've completed it, then that's when I archive or delete. But now that we do have all this great content back in email form, I needed a separate space for that, where I similarly kind of treat it as, like, a to-read list. And yeah, like, I look at my unreads in the newsletter RSS reader that I'm using and go through that when I'm in a blog-reading kind of mood. JOËL: I really like that separation because I'm kind of like you. I treat my inbox as a to-do list. And it's hard to have newsletters come in and, like, I'm not ready to read them. But I don't want them in my to-do, or, like, they'll just kind of sit there and get mixed in and maybe, like, filtered down to the bottom. So, having that explicit separation to say, hey, here's the place I go to when I am in a reading mood, then I can read things. I think there's also I've sort of trained myself to only check my email during certain times. So, for example, I will not check my work email outside of working hours. But if I'm on the subway going somewhere and I've got some time where I could do some reading, it would probably be a good thing to be going through some kind of newsletter or something like that. So, I either have to remember to go back to it, or what I tend to do is just scroll Twitter and hope that someone has shared that link, and then I read it there, which is not a particularly effective way of doing things. So, I might try the RSS feed reader tool. What was it called? STEPHANIE: Feedbin. JOËL: Feedbin. All right, I might try to get into that. STEPHANIE: Yeah, I look forward to hearing if that ends up working for you because I agree, having the two separate spaces has been really helpful because I don't want to get distracted by my email/to-do list inbox if I'm just wanting to do a bit of reading, enjoy some content. So, one more theme around productivity that I don't think we've quite mentioned yet, but maybe we've talked a little bit around, is the idea that it's, at least for me, it's a product of time and energy. So, even if you have all the time in the world, you know, you can just stare into space or, like, stare at a line of code and not get [laughs] anything done. JOËL: I know the feeling. STEPHANIE: Right? I am kind of curious how or if you have any techniques for managing that aspect. When your focus is low like, how can you kind of get that back so that you can get back to doing your tasks or getting what you need to do done? JOËL: If I have the time, taking a break is a really powerful thing, particularly taking a break and doing something physical. So, if I can go outside and take a walk around the block, that's really helpful. And if I need a shorter thing that can be done in, like, five minutes or something, I have a pull-up bar set up in my place. So, I'll just go up and do a few sets there and get a little bit of the heart rate slightly up, do a little bit of blood pumping. And that sometimes can help reset a little bit. STEPHANIE: Nice. Yes, I'm all for doing something else [chuckles]. Even when you know that this is a priority or is kind of urgent or whatever, but you just can't get yourself to do it, I've found that asking myself the question, "What would make this task easier for me right now?" has been helpful during those moments. And, for me, that might be grabbing a friend, like, maybe I'm blocked because I'm really just unmotivated. But having someone along can kind of inject some of that energy for me. And then, there's a really great blog post by a woman named Mandy Brown. It's called Energy Makes Time. And she talks about how doing the things that fill our cup, actually, you know, even though it seems like how could we possibly have time to be creative, or, like you said, maybe do something physical, those seem, like, lower on the priority list. But when you kind of get to the point where you just feel so overwhelmed and can't do anything else, and you just go do those things that you know feel good for you, you kind of come back with a renewed perspective on your to-do list. And you can see, like, what things actually aren't that critical and can be taken off. Or you just find that you have the capacity or the energy to get the things that you are really dreading out of the way. So, that has been really helpful when I just am feeling blocked. Instead of, like, feeling bad about how unproductive [chuckles] I'm being, I take that as a sign of an opportunity to do something else that might set me up for success later. JOËL: Yeah. I think oftentimes, it's easy to think of productivity in terms of, like, how can I maybe eliminate some tasks that are not high value through clever automation, or keyboard shortcuts, or things like that? But oftentimes, it can be more about just sort of managing your focus, managing your energy. And by doing that, you might have a much higher impact on both how productive you feel—because that's an important thing as well, in terms of motivation—and, you know, how productive you actually are at getting things done. STEPHANIE: Right. At least for me, like, not all TDM is bad and needs to be automated away, but, like, my ability to, like, handle it in the moment. Whereas yeah, sometimes maybe I've just run the same few lines that should be just a script [chuckles], that should just be, you know, one command, enough times that I'm like, oh, like, I can't even do this anymore because of just, like, other things going on. But other times, like, it's really not a big deal for me to just, you know, run a few extra commands. And, like, that is perfectly fine. JOËL: I love writing a good Vim macro. Yeah. So, it's important to think beyond just the fun tools and the code that we can write. Kind of think a little bit more at that energy and that mental level. That said, there are a ton of great tools out there. We've named-dropped a bunch of them in this episode. For our listeners who are wondering or who weren't, like, necessarily taking notes, we've linked all of them in the show notes: bikeshed.fm. You can find them there. STEPHANIE: On that note, shall we wrap up? JOËL: Let's wrap up. 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MemoryNeville Goddard6/8/65 Tonight's subject I would title “Memory,” taken from the Book of John, really taken from the entire Bible, but, say, from John. For we've received the promise that he will send what is described in scripture as the Holy Spirit who will bring to our remembrance all the words that were told us in the beginning. Evidently we have forgotten, we've all forgotten what was told us; but having experienced the truth of scripture, I see that no man who has experienced it can escape the responsibility of telling its message to his fellow men. So I can tell you the story is true. Neville. The Wonder Working Power of Imagination: 1965 Lectures
Explore the fascinating world of ground-up real estate development in our enlightening discussion with industry expert, Michael. This episode promises to arm you with in-depth insights into the nuanced stages of pre-development, from meticulous due diligence to the creation of robust architectural plans, alongside effective risk management strategies. Gain a unique perspective on the challenges of acquiring low cap rate properties and reap the benefits of Michael's substantial experience in multi-generational development and construction.Immerse yourself in the critical aspects of securing approval from local municipalities and the indispensable role of comprehensive market research in real estate development. Michael shares his strategic approach to sustaining high rental income and occupancy rates, highlighting the importance of assessing local government interest in construction projects. Grasp why it becomes imperative to reconsider the project if there's a lack of city interest.We delve into Michael's innovative strategies for community housing development, emphasizing the significance of eco-friendly, city-endorsed plans. Understand the art of effectively communicating with neighbors about the superior quality of new apartment complexes, complying with zoning and building code stipulations, and fostering a positive rapport with local authorities. Michael's wealth of knowledge and insights transform this episode into an invaluable resource for anyone intrigued by real estate and ground-up development.So, plug in, soak up the wisdom, and embark on your real estate investment journey with renewed assurance! Don't just stop here; there's a wealth of knowledge waiting for you in our full episodes. Click on the links below to tune into more exciting insights and expert advice that will catapult your understanding of the real estate market to new heights. https://lifebridgecapital.com/2022/09/19/ws1429-what-is-ground-up-construction-michael-zaransky/https://lifebridgecapital.com/2022/09/20/ws1430-how-to-win-approval-for-ground-up-construction-michael-zaransky/VISIT OUR WEBSITEhttps://lifebridgecapital.com/Here are ways you can work with us here at Life Bridge Capital:⚡️START INVESTING TODAY: If you think that real estate syndication may be right for you, contact us today to learn more about our current investment opportunities: https://lifebridgecapital.com/investwithlbc⚡️Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheRealEstateSyndicationShow
April 2, 2000 The question this week has to do with protection. And we are thinking about two types of protection. First, the type that you would invoke from outside of yourself if you felt that there was a need for angelic protection, protection by Jesus, in asking a saint for protection or a guide or any other inner energy you felt was helpful. We would like Q'uo to speak to that type of protection and also relate it to the type of protection that comes from one's way of living, from focusing on the being, upon service to others. Ra said producing fruit was a protected activity. Would this have anything to do with refusing to be afraid of that from which you might need protection? Does it help to have an attitude of gratitude? We are those known to you as the principle of Q'uo. We greet each of you in the love and in the light of the one infinite Creator in whose service we are. We cannot express our delight to you and our pleasure at being able to join this meeting this afternoon. It is always a signal event when we are able to meet with this group. We would like to thank each for calling us to you by your desire for the truth. In that regard we would like to share with you that it is our perception that we are not authorities over you in any way, nor do we have what is, for you, necessarily the truth. We have opinions and thoughts which have come out of our experience, and we are happy to share this with you, for this is the nature of our service to the Creator at this time, to be in communication with those who seek information of this kind in this way. However, we ask that each thing that we say be brought before each entity's discrimination, for you and only you will be able to feel the resonance of your truth when you hear it and when it comes into your heart. If there is not this solid feeling of resonance in our thoughts then we ask that you leave them behind, for what we are doing is not so much informing but, rather, sharing. For we are as you: students of the way. That way that calls all of us towards the mystery and the fullness of the one infinite Creator. Q'uo is a gathering of high density beings who are channeled by ll research. For more on Q'uo check out https://www.llresearch.org Posted with approval of ll research.
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Some consider it biblical fan fiction, others an important addendum to the bible. In Ethiopia they include it in their bible. I was asked by a few people to read the book of Enoch, it is certainly a little different to read this on the channel but why not, lets see what we can learn from it. Found in the Qumran caves of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Qumran Cave 4) and presumed to be written before 170 BC, chapters 1-36 of 1 Enoch are also referred to as ‘The Book of the Watchers.' These passages are also known to incorporate portions of the ‘Book of Noah.'The theme of the Watchers is final judgment and incorporates the expository background of one of the most spectacularly glossed-over, overlooked, and misunderstood Scriptures in the Bible – Genesis 6:1-4. The “sons of God” referred to in Genesis 6:2 are explained in detail in The Book of the Watchers. These Watchers were supposed to be “watching' the earth as part of their heavenly ministry, but instead they transgressed and became fallen angels. How did they become fallen angels? They saw that women on earth were pleasant to look at and schemed/colluded to somehow incarnate themselves (literally celestial or, dare we say, ‘extraterrestrial' beings manifesting in some kind of physical form) in order to impregnate women and corrupt the bloodline of humans. What can we make of this book? Well see for yourself. This is the second book in the book of enoch the book of parables of enoch You can find the first book here https://youtu.be/2KHHWrFJETQ
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Tune in as we delve deep into the dynamics of the real estate market cycle with our expert guest, Cameron Pimm. In this insightful episode, we uncover the potential prospects that today's market cycle offers and emphasize the importance of continuous education in the world of real estate. Cameron divulges his success strategy for discovering discounted deals in premium locations, making shrewd investments that secure long-lasting value. He also offers his unique insights on the current deceleration in deal activities and forecasts for the forthcoming year. Additionally, we spotlight essential risk mitigation tactics for passive investors, underlining the need to know what to consider when investing.Next, we shift our attention to evaluating market opportunities and potential risks. Cameron underscores the imperative of monitoring expenses and ensuring occupancy as key strategies to minimize risk. He also provides his perspective on the evolution of debt options over recent years and the necessity of conservative assumptions when appraising new projects. We then transition to a discussion on enhancing business operations and investor relations, where Cameron elaborates on the role of technology and the impact of setting realistic expectations and consistently exceeding them, a practice that cultivates investor referrals.We conclude by sharing tips on building connections with investors digitally, the advantages of participating in conferences, organizing meetups, and identifying the prime resources for passive investors. Immerse yourself in this episode and elevate your knowledge with Cameron's expertise.Don't miss the opportunity to connect with Cameron directly and gain more insights into his real estate strategies. You can find him on LinkedIn, where he shares regular updates and valuable resources: Cameron's LinkedIn Profile.For a more comprehensive understanding of his work, visit his website at http://urbanlandings.com. There you'll discover a showcase of Cameron's innovative projects, providing a firsthand look at his approach to real estate investment. Connect with Cameron today and be inspired by his dynamic portfolio!VISIT OUR WEBSITEhttps://lifebridgecapital.com/Here are ways you can work with us here at Life Bridge Capital:⚡️START INVESTING TODAY: If you think that real estate syndication may be right for you, contact us today to learn more about our current investment opportunities: https://lifebridgecapital.com/investwithlbc⚡️Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheRealEstateSyndicationShow
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William E Edwards book Ten Days To A Great New Life outlines a way of thinking big about your financial goals and manifesting it. Imagine taking what you are doing now and increasing by 10 times. This is a level of consciousness that you need move to and work on like a muscle. Are you setting big goals or tiny incremental ones. If imagination creates your reality, your imagination might be limited because of what you choose to imagine. Can you imagine increasing what you make by ten times? Edwards outlines a technique for doing this and breaking yourself free through big thinking, big goals and big prosperity. You can do this by as if thinking and imprinting your imagination in this as if 10x state. Big thinking can transform your life, skyrocket your income, and transform the way you see the world and what is possible.
Transformed from the boardrooms to the weight rooms, Ramy Selah's story is a testament to defying expectations. But just when he thought he had found his purpose, life threw him a curveball. Brace yourself for an unexpected twist that shook Ramy's world and redefined his journey. Discover how this extraordinary man navigated the uncharted territories of fatherhood, emotional battles, and personal growth. Tune in to find out how Ramy went from chasing physical strength to embodying the true essence of being a man of character. In this episode, you will be able to: Grasp the fundamentals of resilience and the unmatched strength it brings against life's challenges. Immerse yourself in the journey of fostering a character that is both strong and principled. Acquire an insider's look into the fitness industry, opening the conversation on certifications and profession advancement. Get a step-by-step guide on how to balance family life and a demanding career without compromises. Develop better understanding of the significance of a growth mindset and the setting of achievable goals. My special guest is Ramy Selah Our guest today, Ramy Selah, is a testament to the transformative power of starting a new life chapter. Starting out in the corporate sphere, Ramy experienced a swift career progression, reaching managerial level with a Fortune 500 company at a young age. Yet, it was in the realm of fitness that he found his true calling. His achievements, from earning a Level 3 CrossFit coach certification to a West Side Barbell qualification, demonstrate his commitment to health and wellness. The entry of fatherhood, however, ushered in an enlightening stage in his journey. This rich personal experience shaped his outlook on resilience, personal growth, and character development. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:00 - Overcoming Fear of Failure 00:01:01 - Introduction to the Podcast 00:01:27 - Star Wars and Superpowers 00:03:39 - Guilty Pleasure Snack 00:04:59 - Morning Person or Night Owl 00:15:35 - The Early Days of CrossFit in Egypt 00:16:19 - The Journey to Becoming a Level 3 CrossFit Coach 00:18:56 - Pursuing Strength with West Side Barbell Certification 00:22:06 - The Impact of Fatherhood on Ramy Selah's Career 00:22:49 - The Life-Changing Experience of Fatherhood 00:32:02 - Taking Responsibility for Personal Growth 00:34:05 - Mindset Over Exercise and Nutrition 00:34:45 - Prioritizing Sleep for Overall Performance 00:35:58 - Defining Character and Its Importance 00:41:27 - Confronting Addictions and Trash in Life 00:47:18 - Building Resilience and Mindset 00:49:23 - Embracing Challenges and Trying New Things 00:50:43 - Steps to Personal Growth 00:53:36 - The Importance of Small Steps 00:54:44 - Fatherhood and Helping Men Guest Links: https://www.instagram.com/the_unbreakable_father_project The video version of this show is available on YouTube after 3 PM the day it is released https://www.youtube.com/@thefalliblemanpodcast and Rumble! https://rumble.com/c/c-2176422 Join our Exclusive Private Community – Fallible Nation https://bit.ly/FallibleNation Sponsors: Grow YOUR Show: The Easy Button for Podcasters Have you thought about starting a podcast to grow your business or even as a hobby? Then you need to go talk to my friend Adam Adams. I trust him and so you should you! https://growyourshow.com/ Ghost Bed Actually get a GOOD night's sleep! Go see my friends at https://www.ghostbed.com/pages/fallible and use the code “fallible” for 30% off your order! It's what I sleep on and what I count on! Register for our Live or Virtual Conference “The Phoenix Men's Conference” https://www.thefallibleman.com/thephoenix
The concept of traveling in consciousness to parallel realities is a mix of quantum physics, metaphysics, and speculative fiction. While no scientifically proven methods currently exist to undertake such travel, many fictional and theoretical ideas have been suggested, both in scientific literature and popular culture. I have personally experienced traveling through parallel realities in meditation, dreams and in real life. I have received numerous confirmations of this. I have documented my experiences in my book. I of course am unable to prove this. I want to explore the ways you can move through through parallel realities from quantum entanglement, to vibrational alignment, from guided trips to worm holes. Understanding this will open you to vast multiverse of possiblities To end this I take you through a meditation to help you shift into the parallel reality of your choice. Intro 00:00Meditation 30:08
The Original SinMarch 8, 1963Neville Goddard Tonight's subject is “The Original Sin.” Undoubtedly you've heard time and again that it's some sex violation. It hasn't a thing to do with sex. It's ancient, yes, but not a thing to do with sex. The Bible is a mystery. You can only understand it as it is revealed to you or believe it when you are told it by one to whom it has been revealed. It's not a book that you just pick up and read as you would a novel. As we know, there are sixty-six books and you would start at taking Genesis and go through Revelation, and say that's the way that it's done. Because that's not the way the Bible really is presented. All the attributes of mind are personified in the Bible, and you and I take them as persons, and they're not persons. All the characters are simply personifications of attributes of mind, eternal states of consciousness. So we must find out the first state that appeared in the Bible. What is that first state? For it is against that state which is the ideal that man has sinned. Sin means “to miss the mark,” or I could disbelieve it or I am ignorant of it. And these are different levels of sinning: To know it and not to heed it is the most serious state; to hear of it and disbelieve it, that is a secondary state; never to have heard of it, that is not really a severe case. Yet all carry with it certain responsibilities. So we must search the Bible for this initial state that was presented to man. Man heard it but didn't believe it; man heard it and believed it but didn't quite find it; and man never heard of it. Neville. The Awakening: 1963 Lectures
Step into a world where a single day unfolds like a week-long adventure! Join us as we retrace our footprints in the San Bernardino mountains – a snowy escapade filled with thrilling sled rides, heartwarming animal encounters, and nostalgic first-time memories. Eva dives deep, narrating tales that remind us to savor life's fleeting moments. Discover more than just stories – uncover a method to make memories last a lifetime. Dive into the episode and get inspired to design your own timeless memories.
I Am So Happy And Grateful Now (You are grateful in the moment)That Large Sums Of Money Come To Me (Large sums come to you, not small amounts, and they come to you)Easily And Quickly (The Money comes to you fast with no hassle)In Increasing Quantities (The amount you receive continues to go up)From Multiple Sources (You get this money from lots of different places)On A Continuous Basis (The money continues to come to you and does not dry up)In The Best Interest Of All, (You are not robbing the bank and this is not hurting anyone else)With the Free Will Of All (No one involved in giving you money is enslaved or manipulated into giving you the money)That I Get TO Keep (You don't have to immediately pay off a debt),Give (You have enough to give and help others),Spend (this money is not just on paper you can use it and spend it),Invest (You have more than enough to invest for the future)And Circulate (you move money and get it flowingJoyfully (the money you bring give you joy and bliss and makes you happy). With these magic words you will change your life. We have done 4 large sums of money meditations on the channel and this is my favorite version of this affirmation. Thousands of people all around the world have reported that this affirmation, particularly when listened to in a sleep meditation will absolutely transform your life. Intro 00:00Meditation 05:21Affirmation 22:09
Inspired by the breakthrough channeled series The Law of One, Buddhist teacher Barbara Brodksy sent its author, Carla L. Rueckert, some transcriptions of her own material. Struck by Brodsky's lucid, witty, and fearless channeling, Rueckert invited Brodsky to co-channel a conversation between their spirit teachers, Q'uo and Aaron.The Aaron/Q'uo Dialoguesoffers teachings from a “positive polarity” perspective, and provides answers to a wide range of spiritual questions. Offering wise solutions to the major problems that prevent people from living with more awareness and compassion, these conversations offer the spiritual seeker a valuable template for a life of spiritual peace. Barbara Brodsky is a nationally known Buddhist teacher and the founder of Deep Spring Center. www.deepspring.org. Carla L. Rueckert is best known for her channeling of The Law of One, also called The Ra Material. www.llresearch.org Q'uo is a gathering of high density beings who are channeled by ll research. For more on Q'uo check out https://www.llresearch.org Posted with approval of ll research.
Prepare to decode the mysteries of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the business landscape with Vanessa Alfaro, a distinguished entrepreneur and trailblazer. Commit to understanding the profound significance of AI, a revolution as transformative as electricity or fire, and discover how Vanessa has effectively leveraged it while establishing enterprises across three countries. Learn about the role of child GPT, the advanced language model that empowers machines to mimic human cognition. Listen to Vanessa share firsthand how innovation has been instrumental in her entrepreneurial successes.Brace yourself for an intriguing exploration into the potential of AI-powered passive investors and virtual assistant chatbots. Uncover the distinct capabilities of ChatGPT and Barb. Be astounded by Ask Your Period, an AI tool that can swiftly analyze and summarize a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). We also hint at the future possibility of AI-driven managers overseeing our properties. As we conclude, we challenge you to envision the transformative impact of AI on your business, unlocking financial freedom and transcending geographical limitations. Remember to like, subscribe, and share this episode to spread the awareness of AI's transformative potential in business.Don't miss out on these insightful discussions! Click the links below to tune in to our full episodes. Immerse yourself in the world of AI and business, learn from industry leaders, and fuel your entrepreneurial spirit. https://lifebridgecapital.com/2023/05/25/ws1677-ai-for-real-estate-marketing-vanessa-alfaro-part-1/https://lifebridgecapital.com/2023/05/26/ws1678-ai-for-real-estate-marketing-vanessa-alfaro-part-2/VISIT OUR WEBSITEhttps://lifebridgecapital.com/Here are ways you can work with us here at Life Bridge Capital:⚡️START INVESTING TODAY: If you think that real estate syndication may be right for you, contact us today to learn more about our current investment opportunities: https://lifebridgecapital.com/investwithlbc⚡️Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheRealEstateSyndicationShow
https://amateurtraveler.com/uk-two-week-itinerary-by-train/ Hear about a UK two-week itinerary by train as the Amateur Traveler talks to Tracy Collins from UKTravelPlanning.com about a train trip in the country that invented trains. London We start in London. Spend some time visiting some of the iconic sites like the Tower of London or Westminster Abbey. Visit the great museums of London like Tracy's favorite, the Victoria and Albert Museum. Then we start our journey to see England, Wales, and Scotland from Paddington Station. Bath Visit the historic Roman Baths from which Bath gets its name. Visit the magnificent Bath Abbey. Stroll through the iconic Royal Crescent with its Georgian Architecture. Immerse yourself in Jane Austen's world at the Jane Austen Centre. As a side trip from Bath, consider one of the following Tour the stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury. Explore the awe-inspiring Salisbury Cathedral. Take a scenic train ride to the picturesque Cotswolds. Cardiff Travel to the capital of Wales, Cardiff. Explore the historic Cardiff Castle. Embark on an exciting Cardiff Dr. Who Tour. Visit the impressive Principality Stadium. Option 1: Liverpool Take a train to Liverpool, the home of The Beatles. Join the magical Mystery Tour to learn about the Fab Four. Visit the historic Albert Dock including the International Slavery Museum. Option 2: Lake District Explore Bowness-on-Windermere, a charming lakeside town. Visit Dove Cottage, the former home of William Wordsworth. Experience the charm of Hill Top, Beatrix Potter's House. Edinburgh Take a train to Scotland's capital of Edinburgh. Walk the Royal mile from Edinburgh Castle to the historic Holyrood Palace. Hike up Arthur's Seat or Calton Hill for stunning views. Dare to venture into the mysterious Edinburgh Vaults. As a side trip from Edinburgh consider: Travel to nearby Glasgow. Admire The Kelpies, Scotland's mythical horse sculptures. Visit St Andrews, the birthplace of golf. York Take the Jacobite Steam Train through Tracy's native Northumberland to the city of York. Explore the Roman history at the Roman Bath in York. Discover the Viking legacy at the Jorvik Viking Centre. Wander through the charming Shambles. Visit the wonderful Railway Museum. Return back to London.
SO many of the ills of the world are due to hurt feelings and worry over what other people say and do that we need a new motto. Let us try this, "Nothing matters." Jesus exclaims, "What is that to thee? Follow thou me.". That has nothing to do with you unless you allow it. Why do you allow yourself to worry and fuss if someone seems preferred before you ? There is enough for you to do. You have your place somewhere. What does it matter to you if your neighbor does act unneighborly ? He won't have the opportunity to hurt you unless you care. Why should you go about with an aching heart because people won't take your advice, or insist on doing things in a different way from that which you approve? Will that change them any? Suppose that some member of your family is a bit uncouth or even rude, don't you see that you are only aggravating it by "caring?" When you show your indifference, not defiantly, but by really not "allowing it to matter," you will see the things change. You say, business is going wrong and I must worry! Worry will only hasten the end. You need to save yourself so that you will have a clear mind to act in case of emergency or a change for the better. Say, "nothing matters."
About @marisaduran Dive into the world of the talented Marisa Duran, the voice behind Kyoko Hori in Horimiya and Yamada Asaemon Sagiri in Hell's Paradise. Join us for an exclusive look at her voice-acting journey and the captivating characters she brings to life! About @itsanimemagic Experience enchantment at 'Anime Magic' – the ultimate celebration of anime, video games, and pop culture, right in the heart of Rosemont, Illinois!
Welcome to the reality revolution, we have done many episodes on prosperity and abundance on the podcast. It has long been my goal to facilitate absolute prosperity in your life. Here I attempt to create a blueprint that you can follow to find prosperity using the law of attraction and other universal laws to create a new found prosperity in your life.
Greetings, listeners! Let's sit down together and meet Shanna Forrestal, a beacon in the world of entertainment. Shanna, an acclaimed actress, producer, writer, and director, joins us to share her wisdom and experience from over two decades in the industry. Her incredible journey is interwoven with poignant themes such as mental health awareness, autism, diversity, and inclusion. Hear her compelling narratives in works like the Last Exorcism and Southern Fried Homicide, stories that resonate deeply, helping us to explore our own traumas and healing.Shanna takes us along on her inspiring journey of self-discovery and healing, unveiling how she connects with her inner child and embraces her uniqueness. She delves into her own creations such as 'I Was a Journey to the Dragon Named Despair' and 'Lola the Princess Puggle', and how Madeline Lange's book 'Walking on Water' dramatically influenced her perspective on aging. Immerse yourself in a conversation about the transformative power of rituals, self-care, and the collective resilience we can tap into when we realize we are not alone in our experiences.Ready to delve deeper into the human experience? Hear Shanna recount her journey to peace and grace in the aftermath of painful loss. Listen as she illuminates the importance of understanding and accepting that we may never fully comprehend each other's journeys. Shanna's testament to the healing power of art, connection, and community is nothing short of inspiring. Learn how she harnessed the power of self-love and kindness towards others to overcome adversity, along with the profound influence of laughter and joy in healing from trauma. This enriching episode is filled with shared stories, healing laughter, and a jubilant celebration of resilience. Let's get started!Support the show
Ever wondered how extraordinary marketing journeys are crafted? Join me in an engaging podcast where I dive deep into a riveting conversation with the remarkable Dr. Amy Osmond Cook, a maven in marketing. Explore Amy's journey – from her PhD to her remarkable career transition into marketing, driven by unwavering family dedication. Witness how challenges were transformed into stepping stones, demonstrating that success thrives on unpredictability.But there's more – we also delve into the expansive domain of leadership. We navigate through the unique challenges and sacrifices that often confront female leaders. Amy and I reflect on the defining traits of effective leadership: resilience, adaptability, and the ability to inspire. In a world that prioritizes empowerment, we underscore the significance of uplifting others as an integral part of the journey.Immerse yourself in these insights that will elevate your marketing finesse. This episode encompasses more than just marketing; it's a testament to the enduring human spirit, the courage to overcome challenges, and the transformative influence of inspirational leadership.Learn more about Amy:Amy Osmond Cook, Ph.D., is the Amy is the founder of Stage, a full-funnel digital and experiential go-to-market company. She was most recently the Chief Marketing Officer of Simplus, an Infosys Company. She is an adjunct faculty member at BYU-Hawaii and has taught business and communication courses at BYU, University of Utah, and ASU intermittently for the past 25 years. Amy is a columnist for the Daily Herald and a regular contributor to Forbes and other publications. She received her doctorate from the University of Utah in Organizational Communication. She and her husband, Jeff, have five fabulous children.Amy's Links:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyosmondcook/Connect with Veronica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vromney/Master your role, nurture your team, prioritize your well-being, and elevate your marketing leadership. Get your free Rainmaker's Roadmap today and start your new journey towards advancing your career as a leader! http://bit.ly/3DFY6xFIf you found value in today's episode, I would appreciate it if you could leave a rating and review.
Blake Tormey takes us on a deep dive into the transformative world of Lean Construction, sharing stories from his remarkable journey in the industry — a journey kickstarted by an inspiring LCI Scrum presentation delivered by The EBFC Show's very own Felipe at the onset of his career. As a fervent advocate and practitioner of field-led Lean implementation, Blake unravels firsthand accounts bursting with invaluable lessons harvested directly from the trades. Immerse yourself in stories of grassroots initiatives and daily huddles revolutionizing work dynamics, fostering a collaborative and pulsating work environment enriched with the collective wisdom from networking with other Lean Construction Institute peers. Step into a realm where knowledge meets experience, sprinkled with humor. Listen as Blake emphatically declares, "Everybody Can Succeed with Lean Implementation," a sentiment echoing throughout his narrative, driven home by a poignant case study in change management that showcases the transformative power of improving lives and making construction easier, better, and faster. --- Happiness Metric Blog Post https://www.theebfcshow.com/blog/building-project-success-how-scrum-and-the-happiness-metric-revolutionize-project-management/ YouTube LCI Field Verified Crew Huddle Link: https://www.youtube.com/@LCIFieldCrewHuddle/about --- Connect with Blake via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/blake-tormey-9b2676102/ Connect with Felipe via Social media and Free Lean and Scrum Training Resources at https://thefelipe.bio.link RSM Podia Course Link: https://store.theebfcshow.com/rsm Subscribe to never miss new videos here: https://click.theebfcshow.com/youtube Watch The EBFC Show Podcast https://click.theebfcshow.com/YouTube-Podcast --- Today's episode is sponsored by Bosch RefinemySite. It's a cloud-based construction platform. Bosch uses Lean principles to enable your entire team, from owners to trade contractors – to plan, communicate, document, and execute in real-time. It's the digital tool that supports the Last Planner System® process and puts it all together in one simple, collaborative ecosystem. Bosch RefinemySite empowers your team, builds trust, creates a culture of responsibility, and enhances communication. Learn more and Try for free at https://www.bosch-refinemysite.us/tryforfree Today's episode is sponsored by the Lean Construction Institute (LCI). This non-profit organization operates as a catalyst to transform the industry through Lean project delivery using an operating system centered on a common language, fundamental principles, and basic practices. Learn more at https://www.leanconstruction.org
The Akasha or the astral light is the basis of all manifested existence. It is the matrix of all that is, is born by processes of separation and differentiation. In this astral light is imprinted or recorded all that has ever taken place, plus certain fluid destinies that become realities in the future. The human etheric body is sensitive to the ripples in the astral light and in this manner read the ripples imprinted in the akashic. The ancients as documented by secret societies and mystery schools like the Rosicrucians outlines a number of methods for consulting the Akashic records as we discuss here.
NOVEMBER 19 2016 Our question today, Q'uo, concerns activism. On one hand, we have statements from Ra like this one from 34.9 where they say: “There are some few whose desires to aid society are of a green ray nature or above. These entities, however, are few, due to the understanding, may we say, of fourth ray, that the universal love freely given is more to be desired than principalities or even the rearrangement of peoples or political structures.” We also have reminders from the Confederation that the most powerful and fundamental service is one of being, not doing. That is, the radiation of realization of oneness with the Creator. On the other hand, we hear from voices like Martin Luther King, Jr. and others studying oppression that, in a societal body, silence and non-resistance is tantamount to tacit support of unjust or perhaps even tyrannical policy. Can you please speak to these seemingly competing ideas and how the seeker who wants to contribute positively to creating a positive society can be of the greatest service? Q'uo is a gathering of high density beings who are channeled by ll research. For more on Q'uo check out https://www.llresearch.org Posted with approval of ll research.
How do you clear up your emotional baggage from the past? You mind tends to cling to emotional events and replay them, often over and over. Sometimes it does this years later. Your mind is re-firing neural pathways that have become an automatic habit. It is possible to change how these neural pathways fire. When you re-visit a memory you can alter the neural pathways that fire so you have a different experience of that memory. Most importantly, you can release the emotions associated to those events. The recapitulation process guides you through changing these memories freeing you from their trapped energy of emotions Recapitulation is a breathwork process for releasing the emotions, energy, negative thoughts and beliefs stored in memory. It is a method for freeing yourself from the emotional baggage you collected in your past. In the recapitulation process you visit emotional memories stored in your mind, discharge their energy, and build new neural pathways so your mind works in a healthier way. Popularized by Carlos Castaneda and originating from ancient toltecs, this is a sort of advanced teaching on revision. If you suffer from trauma or you are locked into past events you need to learn about recapitulation. For further information on recapitulation check this episode https://youtu.be/-U0ySYNRRhg
Get your notepads ready and your pencils primed as we delve into an insightful highlight episode through Cryptocurrency 101. Joined by esteemed financial expert, Kristine Cranley, we'll traverse the intricate labyrinth of cryptocurrencies and their potential ripple effects on the real estate sector. We'll dissect the core differences between Bitcoin and its crypto counterparts, examine their regulatory landscape, and underscore the significance of comprehending the underlying technology before making any investment decisions. Our focus will be on sagacious investment strategies like dollar cost averaging to navigate the capricious crypto market.In the second segment of our stimulating discourse, we unravel the fascinating interplay between cryptocurrencies and real estate. Join us in contemplating the prospect of buying property with Bitcoin, the hurdles such transactions may face, and the tax implications therein. Moreover, we'll explore the potential of harnessing cryptocurrencies for securing loans for real estate acquisitions, while also addressing the inherent risks involved.As we chart a course towards the future, we dive into the thrilling potential of property tokenization and its repercussions for the real estate sector. We highlight prospective benefits such as enhanced liquidity and simplified diversification. However, we won't sugarcoat the risks associated with this venture. Kristine imparts invaluable wisdom on the realm of Bitcoin mining and its viability as an investment strategy for accredited investors. Strap in for a riveting exploration of how the domains of cryptocurrencies and real estate can intersect in astonishing and inventive ways.Click on the links below to dive deeper into our full episodes. Immerse yourself in fascinating discussions, gain valuable insights, and stay ahead of the curve in the dynamic worlds of cryptocurrency and real estate. Tune in now!https://lifebridgecapital.com/2022/09/01/ws1411-mitigating-cryptocurrencies-and-real-estate-risks-kristine-cranley/https://lifebridgecapital.com/2022/08/30/ws1409-things-you-need-to-know-before-investing-in-cryptocurrencies-kristine-cranley/VISIT OUR WEBSITEhttps://lifebridgecapital.com/Here are ways you can work with us here at Life Bridge Capital:⚡️START INVESTING TODAY: If you think that real estate syndication may be right for you, contact us today to learn more about our current investment opportunities: https://lifebridgecapital.com/investwithlbc⚡️Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheRealEstateSyndicationShow
All things are in constant and never-ending motion. Energy is a manifestation of the principle of vibrations. A change in the vibration causes a change in the manifestation. Health has a vibration. Illness has a vibration. Success has a vibration and failure has a vibration. Color has a vibration; as example the color green's wave length is approximately 5,000 angstrom units or wavelengths; the color red is 6,000. It is possible to use the vibrations of color to heal if the healer is aware of the vibratory notes of color. By changing the vibration you change the manifestation. Water at a high vibration is steam. Water at a low vibration is ice. But water, ice, and steam are the same, differing only in the vibratory note, which causes the change in the manifestation.