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About This Episode: It's Mama Monday! This week, I'm talking with mom Felicia. I loved this whole conversation and I know you will too! Here are just some of the topics we discussed:-Raising multiple children with Autism-Learning how to stop self-gaslighting when looking at your child's struggles-The exhaustion she feels from trying to meet the needs of all of her kids-Rolling with the punches while establishing your household "norms"-How she's practicing self-love with less judgementPlease shower Felicia with love and support by SHARING this episode with a mom who needs to hear her story.** HUGE NEWS!! Our next Mothers Together "Open House" is coming up at the end of the year! At Open House, you'll walk away with actual connections to real moms just like you AND the validation you deserve but often don't receive. I'm thrilled to be able to bring you a taste of how inclusive, safe, and judgment-free the Mothers Together community is. If you are ready to meet other moms like you, please join us for Open House! Here's the link to sign up: mothers-together.com/openhouse. See you there!I ALWAYS welcome YOUR thoughts! Feel free to DM me on IG (@on.the.hard.days) or email me: email@example.com. This podcast is what it is because of YOU.And speaking of the podcast, YOU all recently got my show to over 230K downloads. Thank you!The best way to keep this podcast download streak is to:1) Subscribe to the podcast - your device will automatically download new episodes!2) Share the show with others - think therapists, pediatricians, and teachers!3) Leave a rating/review for the show - the Apple algorithm will push the show out to more moms who need the support and validation!THANK YOU, so very much, for your continued support!
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This week we explore the transformative power of grace in navigating conflicts in Matthew 7:1-6. Emphasizing the pitfalls of judgmentalism, the importance of self-awareness, and the discernment required in handling relationships—sometimes, despite efforts, reconciliation may not be possible, prompting the need for forgiveness and the liberating grace of moving forward.
Madilynn Campbell is a 2023 National Proficiency Winner in the category of Equine Science - Entrepreneurship. She raises and trains "halter quarter horses" at her families property near Adair, Oklahoma and has developed a passion for horses and in particular, Quarter Horses. Madilynn has a deep, family history in the horse breeding business, as her grandfather has been doing this for over 40 years. Madilynn has her sights set on following in his footsteps in the horse business. Currently Madilynn is purchase 2-3 weanlings per year, holding them for a year and training them for the halter, lead and trailering during that time. Then, she starts showing them and is able to sell them at a nice profit. In addition to the horse business, Madilynn has identified becoming a veterinarian and having her own, mixed practice in her future. She is currently attending college at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and will eventually transfer to Oklahoma State University. She is focusing on horse judging in addition to her studies right now, and is also considering getting certified as an equine judge so that she can judge professionally.
Bonjour Character Debate fans! We are going French this week as we decide if France is #1!!! So get a baguette, sit back and listen in as a Belgium hating french pastry chef debates an ignorant Florida mom! This podcast covers everything you need to know about France including frog legs, effeminate men, and why the French don't like to smile! Judging this international riot is the murderous alien, Xanadu Smith! Moderator: Michael Harrison Simon Beauregard: Matt Ruby Feline Cuntington: Kyle Ocasio Xanadu Smith: Jake Vevera
In this episode, Jess & Gabriel talk through their weirdest family traditions. With Jess' Australian roots & Gabe's Cuban-American heritage, there are a lot of interesting contrasts that emerge...
Evaluation: The intention behind this article is to share some viewpoints which stem from the writer's beliefs. Elon Musk, known not only for founding Tesla but also for his innovative space venture SpaceX, recently set the record straight about a misleading tweet sent by Hillary Clinton during her 2016 run for president. He views this piece of information as an unsuccessful attempt to stir the campaign. To paraphrase her tweet from 31st October 2016, days before the election day, she mentioned the apparent unearthing of a concealed server by computer scientists connecting Trump Organization to a bank situated in Russia. This claim was amplified by Sullivan who asserted that it could possibly be the most direct nexus between Trump and Moscow till date. To summarize his claim, he stated that computer scientists have ostensibly found a camouflaged server connecting Trump Organization to a Russian bank. The clandestine 'hotline' might be the potential key to solving the enigma about Trump's connection with Russia. Judging by its attempts to mask the link when discovered by reporters, it is possible that the Trump Organization had certain reservations to divulge it. Elon Musk found himself in a conversation when user ‘X' questioned Musk about his intentions concerning factually incorrect and deceptive posts. The user requested Musk's attention towards the deceptive information stating that they had reported the tweet to Twitter for spreading deceptive information. The user showed curiosity about whether any action had been taken after Musk's acquisition of the company at any point, and requested him to provide an update at the earliest.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Jay Scott and Craig Steele as they discuss field judging, aging, and hunting Desert Bighorn sheep in Arizona. You can find Craig on instagram at @craigsteeleaz and @rok_stedi You can also find Craig at https://exclusivepursuitoutfitters.com/ Sponsors of the JSO Podcast https://www.gohunt.com/ Cody Nelson "Glassing Guru and Optics Authority" Optics Manager at goHUNT.com Gear Shop-Call Cody directly for info and sales at (702) 847-8747 Ext #2 or email at optics@goHunt.com Use "JayScott" promo code to get 10% discount Now an added incredible value of Desktop Maps and MAPS available on iPhone and Android for no extra cost. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity. Sign up at https://www.gohunt.com/jayscott and get a $100 goHUNT Gear Shop gift card. http://www.kuiu.com/ or http://www.kuiu.com/blog/ https://www.phoneskope.com/ Use the "jayscott23" promo code to get 10% off all orders https://lathropandsons.com/ Contact owners Stephen and James at 618-544-8782 to discuss fitting you for a custom boot system. ENTER IN THE GIVEAWAY FOR A FREE PAIR OF MOUNTAIN HUNTER BOOTS AND CUSTOM SYNERGY FOOTBED by logging on to the website and enter your email address More on host Jay Scott www.JayScottOutdoors.com Instagram @JayScottOutdoors
Is the Matrix really real? And if so, which pill would David Chalmers take? Join us for a mind-bending journey through virtual worlds, human consciousness, technology, philosophy, and religion, and find out! David Chalmers is an Australian philosopher and cognitive scientist specializing in the areas of philosophy of mind and philosophy of language. He is a Professor of Philosophy and Neural Science at New York University and co-director of NYU's Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness (along with Ned Block). Key Takeaways: Intro (00:00) Judging the book by its cover (01:49) Defining the hard problem of consciousness (04:50) Why is there tension between physics and philosophy (07:20) The Chalmers equation for the simulation hypothesis? (11:57) What have we learned about consciousness from computer analogs? (21:24) AI physicists (32:08) What is it from bit? Or is that bit from it? (40:10) What does it take for the maker of the simulation to be god or godlike? (47:50) Why create the world (or the simulation)? (53:49) Can there be a substrate-free creator (simulator)? (57:43) Why do you claim we can't know if we are in a simulation? (1:06:32) Would you take the red pill? (1:08:41) Outro (1:16:43) — Additional resources:
Join Jay Scott as he gets interviewed by Clint Whitley from the Western Hunting Hub Podcast. They take a deep dive into field judging mule deer. You find Clint on instagram at @westernhuntinghub and his podcast is The Western Hunting Hub. Sponsors of the JSO Podcast https://www.gohunt.com/ Cody Nelson "Glassing Guru and Optics Authority" Optics Manager at goHUNT.com Gear Shop-Call Cody directly for info and sales at (702) 847-8747 Ext #2 or email at optics@goHunt.com Use "JayScott" promo code to get 10% discount Now an added incredible value of Desktop Maps and MAPS available on iPhone and Android for no extra cost. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity. Sign up at https://www.gohunt.com/jayscott and get a $100 goHUNT Gear Shop gift card. http://www.kuiu.com/ or http://www.kuiu.com/blog/ https://www.phoneskope.com/ Use the "jayscott23" promo code to get 10% off all orders https://lathropandsons.com/ Contact owners Stephen and James at 618-544-8782 to discuss fitting you for a custom boot system. ENTER IN THE GIVEAWAY FOR A FREE PAIR OF MOUNTAIN HUNTER BOOTS AND CUSTOM SYNERGY FOOTBED by logging on to the website and enter your email address More on host Jay Scott www.JayScottOutdoors.com Instagram @JayScottOutdoors
Festive weather. Things that used to be normal and are now a luxury. Rolling Stones giveaway! New name. Closed on Thanksgiving Day. Trashcan turkey. Runners eating ketchup. Goldfish on sandwiches and other weird food combos. Missing elephant. Google trending. Witch bottles. Airplane snacks. Did you know? Winner! What's in a name? Reading stats. Judging a book by its cover.
During the 2023 World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin, Ben Styer competed with his teammates from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, who were named first-place overall team in the Collegiate Dairy Judging Contest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dog Judging Process and Ethics with CKC Judge Steve Dainard Host Laura Reeves is joined by Canadian Kennel Club all-breeds judge Steve Dainard for part one of their conversation about the judging approval process, judging ethics and other hot button topics as we progress through “meat and potatoes” November! “So how do we help judges move into a place of thinking more about structure and less about the ‘paint job',” Laura asks. “Some of the biggest challenge is, do (judges) have that breed specific knowledge,” Dainard replies. “And are we consistent in this application? Are we judging fairly and equitably and being consistent enough so that people that are watching, and in particular breeders, can follow and they can say, this person really knows my breed? “CKC judges get scrutiny from other non-Canadian judges about how we get there too quickly. and that maybe you know in your country, it takes it takes longer to get there. So, let's agree that maybe somewhere in the middle might be more ideal. “Organizing bodies do the best they can, given the current environment, to come up with a fair and equitable process. They don't always get it right and many times changes just are just so laborious, it takes so long and really, what is the right fit. So, I understand those challenges. “So, I think we need to work within the constraints of what we're handed with hopefully trying to make improvements along the way. Some of those challenges are making sure we have breed specific knowledge, that we're not missing the hallmark characteristics of a breed and just going for a more of a generic exhibit. “If you have to ask, ‘Is there a Rule against that', what's happening is your moral guideline. Your compass is probably kicking in. I think you've already answered your question. If you have to question yourself like that, whether there's a rule or regulation specifically forbidding that is irrelevant. You've already answered your question. It should not happen. “We were raised in the sport. We spent decades in the sport. We know a lot of people. So now because we've chosen to change hats to now become judges, all of those relationships and those hotels we shared and vehicles we traveled in those don't go away. “My interpretation is that when that's said as the reason to justify a win, my gut goes to ‘Have you really evaluated everything. Did you fairly look at the dogs in competition.' Many times, I don't think you're really did that. I think that the political excuse was the easy excuse for you to justify that in your mind and poo poo the credibility of the ethical issue around the judging process.”
Join Jay Scott as he covers the keys and strategies to field judging Coues deer. Sponsors of the JSO Podcast https://www.gohunt.com/ Cody Nelson "Glassing Guru and Optics Authority" Optics Manager at goHUNT.com Gear Shop-Call Cody directly for info and sales at (702) 847-8747 Ext #2 or email at optics@goHunt.com Use "JayScott" promo code to get 10% discount Now an added incredible value of Desktop Maps and MAPS available on iPhone and Android for no extra cost. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity. Sign up at https://www.gohunt.com/jayscott and get a $100 goHUNT Gear Shop gift card. http://www.kuiu.com/ or http://www.kuiu.com/blog/ https://www.phoneskope.com/ Use the "jayscott23" promo code to get 10% off all orders https://lathropandsons.com/ Contact owners Stephen and James at 618-544-8782 to discuss fitting you for a custom boot system. ENTER IN THE GIVEAWAY FOR A FREE PAIR OF MOUNTAIN HUNTER BOOTS AND CUSTOM SYNERGY FOOTBED by logging on to the website and enter your email address More on host Jay Scott www.JayScottOutdoors.com Instagram @JayScottOutdoors
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Lidia Jean Kott talks to journalist Elizabeth Lopatto about what it was like to cover the trial, the similarities it shared with Elizabeth Holmes' trial, and what this all says about millennials, fraud, and the future of the tech industry. This conversation was recorded on November 13. Questions for Michael? Submit them by clicking the link in our show notes or visiting atrpodcast.com To access bonus episodes, and to listen to all of our coverage ad-free, sign up for Pushkin plus on the Against The Rules show page in Apple Podcasts or at Pushkin.fm/plus.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Many argue that string theory cannot be proven and should therefore be abandoned. For them, string theory is not science at all. But are they right? Here to discuss these claims with me is none other than Cumrun Vafa! Cumrun is the Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in the Department of Physics at Harvard University, where he has been researching and teaching theoretical physics since 1985. His primary area of research is string theory. In our interview, we discussed why we should trust String Theory, Fine Tuning, and the message he'd put into a billion-year time capsule. We also talked about his recently released book Puzzles to Unravel the Universe. Tune in! Key Takeaways: Intro (00:00) Judging a book by its cover (01:04) What is a puzzle versus a mystery? (03:37) Is string theory actually science? (10:37) Dimensional analysis (17:02) Singularities (19:41) ADS and 5 dimensions (27:04) Abandoning string theory (34:12) Supersymmetry (35:12) On religion (39:50) A scorecard for physics (52:18) What would your "ethical will" be? (56:51) What have you accomplished that once seemed impossible? (1:02:22) — Additional resources:
ESPN and ACC Network College Football Analyst and former Georgia Tech RB Roddy Jones speaks about the chance Georgia Tech has to become bowl eligible if they can beat Syracuse on Saturday, how to grade the job done by Brent Key this season, if Mike Elko would be a good fit if he were to take over Texas A&M, the ranked teams in the ACC behind Florida State, the ACC tie-breaking scenarios if Louisville doesn't win this week, and if FSU looks like one of the 4 best teams in the country using the eye test.
On this episode Chingo & Juan talk about Elite Bunkers, Government Taxes broken down, Pit Bull hot take on Drink Champs, & Oxytocin levels in women/men! If you are enjoying the episodes, make sure to spread the knowledge and share with friends!
In this illuminating conversation, I had the pleasure of speaking with functional medicine practitioner Dr. Traci Potterf about the power of holistic healing for anxiety. She and I have both been helping people with anxiety and burnout in general for many years, so this was a perfect opportunity to see how our approaches align and overlap. Dr. Traci Potterf holds a PhD in Medical Anthropology and is a functional medicine practitioner with extensive training in mind-body therapies. She describes herself as an "anxiety detective" helping clients get to the root causes of anxiety. Dr. Traci teaches people to understand anxiety as the body's cry for help, not a personal failing or something you must accept lifelong. Her multifaceted, individualized programs help clients address anxiety through nutrition, lifestyle “makeovers”, stress resilience practices, and nervous system healing. After healing her own health challenges, Dr. Traci was inspired to support others on their journey to wellness. She is passionate about illuminating the path to joy, meaning, and possibility by merging ancient wisdom, emerging science, and the magic inherent in every human. Reframing Anxiety as a Health Messenger Anxiety exists on a spectrum, ranging from tension and muscle tightness to full-blown panic attacks. At the physical level, symptoms may include jaw clenching, gut issues like constipation or loose stools, headaches, insomnia, hormone imbalances, heart palpitations, and more. Mentally, anxiety manifests as excessive worry about hypothetical future scenarios, catastrophizing, ruminating on negative possibilities, and feelings of being completely overwhelmed. Our conventional medical system has wrongly pathologized anxiety as a genetic brain defect requiring medication. But humans lived for thousands of years without widespread anxiety disorders. Anxiety is simply the body's smoke alarm signaling that something is out of balance in the inner or outer terrain. The nervous system is saying "ouch" in the only way it knows how. Rather than immediately medicating to silence the nervous system's signals, we must approach anxiety as a teacher. It provides an opportunity to tune into the body's wisdom and discover what requires healing. Trying to ignore or override anxiety without addressing the root issues provoking it is like disabling a smoke detector while your house burns down. How Modern Life Impacts Our Nervous System With our epidemic of chronic stress and toxicity in the modern world, most people now live with some level of anxiety. Here are several contributing factors: · Diet high in processed foods, sugars, chemicals and industrial seed oils provokes inflammation throughout the body and brain. This impairs cellular functioning, hormone regulation, detox processes, and neurotransmitter balance. · Dehydration prevents optimal delivery of nutrients and removal of toxins. Lack of structured, energized water also reduces the voltage that powers energy flow. · Toxins like heavy metals, mold, infections from pathogens like Lyme, and EMFs directly disrupt the nervous system. They derail neurotransmitters and damage tissues. · Trapped emotions and unprocessed pain or trauma from the past remain stuck in the nervous system and bodily tissues if never addressed. This perpetual loop feeds anxiety. · Sleep deprivation and constant overstimulation from electronics disrupt natural biorhythms needed for health like cleansing cycles. This stresses physiology. · Negative thought patterns like excessive self-judgment keep us feeling unsafe and on high alert. The mind perceives threats everywhere. · Social isolation and lack of community fails to meet our core human needs for belonging and intimate connection. Lack of oxytocin and bonding creates distress. · Suppression of innate human needs for pleasure, joy, play, and meaning leads to loss of purpose. Without a felt sense of meaning, anxiety brews. Even with genetic susceptibility based on temperament, we can mitigate these lifestyle and environmental triggers through functional medicine approaches that support the body's innate wisdom. Principles of Holistic Healing Healing anxiety requires a truly holistic approach that addresses body, mind and spirit simultaneously. A foundational piece is healing and nourishing the physical body by removing sources of inflammation, promoting detoxification, and providing the building blocks for recovery. Eliminating inflammatory foods like sugars, processed carbs, industrial oils and adopting an organic whole foods diet can cool inflammation. Also adopting an organic whole foods diet centered around vegetables, healthy fats and clean proteins and staying well hydrated with clean, filtered water. Checking for infections, hormonal issues, autoimmunity, blood sugar imbalance and addressing these underlying issues provides support. Promoting hydration, key nutrients like B vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and using targeted botanicals and nutraceuticals further aids recovery. Gentle detox protocols help offload toxins and calm inflammation when indicated. Sauna therapy, massage, dry brushing, castor oil packs, and other techniques enhance detox. In the interview, Traci shares her personal journey of discovering she had mold toxicity, and how recovering from it has helped solve anxiety. Since anxiety fundamentally represents nervous system dysfunction, we must specifically heal and regulate the nervous system, not just treat the physical body. Key strategies for regulating the nervous system include: · Establishing routines aligned with natural circadian and seasonal bio-rhythms. This supports hormonal balance and healthy nervous system activity. · Optimizing sleep duration and quality allows neural regeneration and tissue repair. Melatonin and sleep hygiene practices boost sleep. · Reducing stimulation from electronics, screens, excessive noise, and artificial blue light. This calms the hyperexcited nervous system. · Engaging in play, pleasure, movement, and nature immersion practices. These discharge tension and cultivate embodiment. · Incorporating research-backed stress resilience techniques like breathwork, mindfulness, meditation, yoga, chanting, and somatic practices. These alter the brain and repattern nervous system responses. · Processing old traumas and stuck emotions through journaling, therapy, EMDR, tapping, and other energy psychology methods. Safely releasing old pain prevents anxiety. Anxiety frequently feeds on distorted, negative thought loops and unhelpful cognitive patterns. We can work to reframe anxious thinking by noticing anxious thoughts and cognitive distortions without judgment and developing the observer self. We can challenge distorted thoughts by asking questions like "Is this definitely true?" and "How do I know this to be fact rather than my fearful interpretation?" This way we can reframe anxiety narratives into more positive mental scripts aligned with self-trust. We have to be able to release limiting beliefs about our own inability to get well or successfully manage anxiety. We have to realize that we have more strength than we realize. We can also practice allowing all emotional experiences to flow through without exaggerating their meaning or significance and practicing present moment mindfulness to break identification with anxious thoughts. Since human beings are bioenergetic systems, we must also address the spiritual and energetic roots of anxiety. Spending time in nature, adopting daily pleasure practices, moving stagnant emotional energy, freeing the body through dance and creative expression, fostering community and intimacy, engaging in spiritual practices, and cultivating meaning uplift your overall frequency. Honoring the Nonlinear Journey Back to Wholeness Traci and I also talked about how true holistic living means embracing all facets of being human. This includes sitting with painful or unpleasant emotions when they arise, not just seeking high-vibe states and positivity. Avoiding our feelings can worsen anxiety. We need full expression of our inner experience and realize the importance of self-compassion when anxiety feels overwhelming. Judging or beating yourself up will only worsen matters. Each person's path is unique and nonlinear. There will invariably be ups and downs, breakthroughs and backslides as part of the journey. What matters most is continually realigning with your core values and making progress from a place of radical self-love. Expanding your self-knowledge allows you to create a lifestyle that is sustaining and enlivening for your unique mind-body needs. As you learn how to care for yourself in the ways your system requires, you will no longer need willpower or self-force to make positive choices. Pleasure, meaning, joy and health become synonymous. Investing fully in your own healing journey, though often challenging, pays exponential dividends. Having compassionate community support and guidance from skilled practitioners accelerates progress through difficult times. But at its core, healing anxiety means rediscovering your innate wholeness, remembering you are more than your anxiety. When you reclaim your power to shift your inner landscape on all levels, the physical manifestations change as well. You "feel your way free" and unlock possibility for profound holistic transformation. Dr. Doni's Approach to Anxiety I have been helping patients recover (yes recover) from anxiety and burnout for over two decades. Even though we are led to believe that anxiety is permanent, my patients have proven that is not true. I also used to experience severe anxiety myself, and that motivated me to solve it once and for all. Now I use my proven Stress Recovery Protocol to guide patients to address their mental health issues and burnout based on their Stress Type. I first recommend measuring your cortisol levels at four times of day, as well as adrenaline and neurotransmitter levels. By knowing the exact imbalances in your adrenal function and nervous system, I can then guide you to address them using amino acid therapy, as well as herbs and nutrients, known to bring cortisol, adrenaline and neurotransmitters back to optimal. I also guide you to implement my C.A.R.E. Protocol, which involves clean eating, adequate sleep, recovery activities and exercise based on your Stress Type. To give you a sense of what is involved, here is a summary of Beneficial Modalities for Healing Anxiety Naturally: Nutritional Approaches · Eliminate inflammatory foods, such as sugar, gluten, dairy, based on your food sensitivities – here is the test I recommend · Gut healing to address the gut-brain axis with herbs and digestive enzymes – find my Leaky Gut Program here · Adrenal support using adaptogens and nutrients – Based on your Stress Type® · Methylation support to optimize neurotransmitter metabolism – find my Methylation Program here · Amino acids like tryptophan, glycine, GABA for calming – Based on my Stress Recovery Protocol® Herbs and Natural Agents · Nervine herbs like passionflower, chamomile, lemon balm to soothe nerves · Adaptogens like ashwagandha, rhodiola, ginseng for resilience – Based on your Stress Type® · Support your cannabinoid system – herbs and CBD · Nootropics for cognitive support like lion's mane mushroom and more – Based on your Stress Type® · Magnesium, l-theanine, omega-3s for calming and mood regulation – Based on my Stress Recovery Protocol® Body-Centered Healing Practices · Breathwork, mindfulness meditation, chanting, yoga, and Qigong · Somatic techniques, polyvagal exercises, breathwork · Nature immersion and forest bathing to restore · Trauma release exercises, EMDR, neurofeedback · Bioenergetic therapies - acupuncture, sound healing, tapping Lifestyle and Plant Medicine Approaches · Sleep hygiene, light exposure, digital detox, balancing rest and activity · Community support, relationships, intimacy, pleasure practices · Nature immersion, gardening, grounding, ecotherapy · Creativity, dance, journaling for expression and embodiment · Psychedelic therapy with plant medicines I hope these suggestions provide a helpful starting point for those seeking to craft a personalized holistic healing program. Please reach out if you would like guidance assembling your own integrative anxiety relief toolkit. With an open heart and willing spirit, true and lasting transformation is absolutely within reach. If you would like to learn more about Dr. Traci and how she can help you, you can visit her website here. You can also connect with Dr. Traci on social media at @drtracipotterfphd (Instagram) and @Inner Genius Health with Dr.Traci Potterf, PhD (Facebook). If you want to learn more about Dr. Doni's Stress Recovery Protocol® which involves optimizing cortisol and adrenaline levels using nutrients, herbs and C.A.R.E.™, her proprietary program to support clean eating, adequate sleep, stress recovery and exercise, you can read all about it in her book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. We also invite you to listen in to Dr. Doni's FREE virtual masterclass - Calm in the Storm: Research-Backed Techniques for Healing Your Body and Mind. This masterclass will equip you with a toolbox of techniques and a personalized action plan so you can find inner peace and heal the impact of stress based on your Stress Type. You'll leave this masterclass with research-backed skills to bring calm to the chaos within - and maintain resilience in the face of external stressors. And know next steps you can take to recover. For the most comprehensive support, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with Dr. Doni one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment here. We're here to help you! Connect with Dr. Doni: Facebook HTTPS://FACEBOOK.COM/DRDONIWILSON Instagram HTTPS://INSTAGRAM.COM/DRDONIWILSON YouTube HTTPS://YOUTUBE.COM/USER/DONIWILSONND Weekly Wellness Wisdom Newsletter: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/WWW - Additional Resources: If you want to work on your gut health and microbiome you may want to sign up for my Heal Leaky Gut Program (https://doctordoni.com/leaky-gut-program) where I teach you how to heal leaky gut with my proven protocol. If you're interested in learning more about my approach to healing HPV you can find my new HPV Recovery Guide here (https://doctordoni.com/ddpp/hpv-guide/). If you are tired of this virus and are really committed to erasing it from your life forever, you can sign up for my Say Goodbye to HPV 12-Week Program here (https://drdoni.lpages.co/hpv-12-week-program/). You can also sign up for my Stress Warrior Program here (https://doctordoni.com/stress-program). Also, if you want to learn more about how to recover from stress so that you can get back to feeling your best, you may want to read my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health (https://doctordoni.com/master-your-stress/). In the book, I also share the quiz I developed to help you identify how stress has affected you specifically by knowing your Stress Type. You can also take this Stress Type Quiz online (https://doctordoni.com/quiz/stress-quiz/) For the most comprehensive support, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with me one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment with me here (https://doctordoni.com/work-with-me/) Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are product links and affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission at no cost to you. 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Your podcast crew is back to talk a little football leading up to Saturday's Kansas State vs. Kansas game on Saturday in Lawrence, and to discuss K-State basketball, which is headed to the Bahamas for games on Friday and Sunday. The Powercat Questions Podcast features GoPowercat.com publisher Tim Fitzgerald and the insights of GPC's Zac Carlson and Ryan Gilbert, and streams on the 247Sports Podcast Network at Megaphone.fm. And, as always, the Powercat Podcast is sponsored by Fridge Wholesale Liquor. Follow @GoPowercat on Twitter Sign up for GoPowercat VIP access and get your first month for just $1! Make sure you subscribe to the Powercat Podcast at your favorite podcast provider, including Apple, Spotify or Amazon. Are you subscribing to the GoPowercat YouTube channel? Come check out our original programming at YouTube.com/GoPowercat To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bible Study: (1:56) Lk 17:11-19 Leprosy, the Kingdom of God, and the healing power of Christ Letters (19:54) - Parable of the Vineyard (21:33) - Why is there so much suffering? (23:24) - why is the Holy Spirit Lord? (24:04) - Is Hell for real? (24:58) - Judging the Law (28:56) - why did the Samaritan go to the priest? Word of the Day: Pity (32:47) Callers (35:42) - Could you explain why the hemorrhaging woman was unclean and what circumstances for those with the blood issues why where they unclean? (38:51) - Family friend committed suicide; what should I say to the family? (42:49) - Why do we say that Matrimony was instituted by Christ when there was marriages before Christ? (44:59) - Friend was divorced was remarried and then her first husband died. Does she still need annulment? (48:52) - Parisa and Rapture from Thessalonians: Rapture is from the Greek, and Latin uses a diff form of that verb. Could you explain, Father?
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Get ready to unravel the intricate world of awards in business! We promise, you'll walk away with a fresh perspective on the role and impact of awards in business - the good, the bad, and the downright stressful. We kick off our lively discussion by peeling back the glitzy curtain to expose the challenges and rewards of organizing an awards ceremony. From the high stakes of selecting winners to the joyous recognition of one's hard work, it's a rollercoaster journey. We open up about our own awards experiences and how it can often feel like a numbers game. Plus, we'll delve into the emotional side too, sharing some insights on how to handle not winning or being nominated, and why it's important to savor any recognition you do receive. 0:00:01 - Announcer It's time to take your business to the next level, the boss level. These are the premier business owner strategies and successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a boss, a VEO boss. Now let's welcome your host, Ann Ganguzza. 0:00:20 - Anne Hey everyone, welcome to the VEO Boss Podcast and the Boss Superpower Series. I'm your host, Anne Ganguzza, and I am here with the lovely Lau Lapides. Hey everyone. Hey Lau. 0:00:31 - Lau Hey, beautiful, beautiful, right back at ya. 0:00:34 - Anne How are you today? 0:00:36 - Lau Oh, I'm fabulous. I feel like this is going to be a very rewarding show, or maybe a rewarding show oh oh hey. See what I did. 0:00:45 - Anne I see what you did there. It's funny Lau. We just attended an award ceremony and there's a lot of different opinions out there on do we like awards, do we not like awards? Maybe we should have a talk about that Lau. What do you think I? 0:00:58 - Lau love it. I haven't heard anyone really talk about discussing awards like the process, not just the winning of the award, but also like what goes into the entire process. It's really a huge thing. Sometimes takes six months or a year to prep that kind of thing. Yeah. 0:01:16 - Anne Well, I will tell you that. First of all, I guess bosses out there we want to hear how you feel about awards too. I mean, there's so much discussion happening out there, oh gosh, on the Facebook groups and in social media about awards, and are they worth it? Because some awards cost money to enter, some awards don't. In our industry right now, I know of two distinct award shows that go on. However, they are not the only awards that you can certainly enter if you feel the desire to do that. Lau. I have been a supporter of award shows since the beginning. However, there are many pros and there are many cons to it. Pros is that if you win an award, it's validation. Sometimes it's so difficult to be validated while we sit here in our studios all by ourselves and we don't get a lot of feedback all the time. Gosh, I'm always telling my corporate students we just want to be loved. When you work for a company and you feel underappreciated, I mean, gosh, that's really all we long for is to be loved. I think awards can be a verification of that. But then again, sometimes they may not be, because maybe you didn't win, and then that enters in a whole new mental aspect of. Oh my gosh, I wasn't good enough to win this award. Why did I not win this award? Somebody else is better than me. What are your thoughts about that Lau? 0:02:42 - Lau I think that when you go into this kind of a process, if you're entering into it and really submitting yourself for it intentionally, you have to set your mindset and your psychology to the fact that it is competitive. It is a competition. You may or may not feel like it is, but it really is. It should be based on merit. It should be based on your progress, your process and your product. And sometimes we only have so much control over that right. We manage it. We only have so much control right, that's the big thing. 0:03:16 - Anne And I just said it should be based on merit, and, right there, we could probably spend an entire podcast talking about that. It should be based on merit. However, there is the other side of the coin where, yes, it should be based on merit, but then you have the people who judge the awards right, and we don't always know, first of all, who those people are. Sometimes we do. I'm not a big fan of knowing who judges are. I feel like maybe there's too much possibility for people to maybe try to talk to the judges and influence them, so I'd rather not have judges be known. And then you have to really think about what are the judges qualifications? Because within voice over, we have so many different categories right, and so many different categories of awards. If you're going to, I would say, present these categories of awards, I think you want to have very vetted judges right Judging the entries. And I am not sure, since we don't know who the judges are all the time, or even if we do know who the judges are, what is the criteria for me, a demo award versus a performance award, and in all different genres, I think it's super important that the people judging those are very specialized in those genres or in that category. So if you're judging animation, I would hope that judges are all experienced either working in animation or doing animation day in, day out and they really know the industry, and so I really would hope that that's the case. I don't know Lau if that's the case with all the judges, because, again, we don't always know who the judges are and we don't know what their credentials are. 0:04:50 - Lau Right, and I can say just from my personal point of view that it's not always the case. Because at times I've been asked to judge categories which I feel like I can judge them. I can judge them, but am I way off base? No, I don't think so. I think there's a general industry knowledge that you have for years in the industry, but is it my absolute forte? No, not always it's not my forte. We try to get that matching process, but sometimes it's a numbers game, just like the competitors. It's like do we have enough judges? Do we have enough judges in a particular category? Are we getting them in time? Can they get the work done? 0:05:24 - Anne That's right in time, and that's the other thing. I mean, my goodness, judging some of these awards, because I have been a judge myself. First of all, when there's a lot of categories and a lot of entries, who, it becomes like a casting process and right then, and there bosses. I want that to tell you one thing. That means that sometimes right and I'm not going to speak for myself, but sometimes if you've asked a busy person to be a judge and then they have to listen to a thousand entries, they're probably only going to get the first part of your entry listened to before they have to continue on. So that is something to consider. I mean, if there's a nuance or an acting moment that is at the end of your performance, maybe you want to try to create that clip so that all that great stuff is right at the beginning, because it is a job. It can be a lengthy and timely job, and if judges are not given an appropriate amount of time to do that, or they don't have a lot of time to do that, and they think like, yeah, I can judge that, and then all of a sudden it becomes overwhelming, well, then you get, the judging process becomes a little skewed to be quite honest because either I don't have time or I've heard too many entries. I'm now overwhelmed. But yeah, there's so many things that go into it, my goodness. And then are the entries anonymous. We hope they are right, because we don't want the judges to be influenced by names or celebrity or that type of thing. But our voice is our product, right? So sometimes I'll tell you what it's hard to hide, because I know a lot of voices out there and I can pick them out like this I would agree. 0:07:01 - Lau And you know this last time, one of the last ones, you and I judged we were under an NDA, which I actually really appreciated I did too Right. It took a lot of stress, because not that I would be necessarily blabbing about that, I wouldn't but it reminded my brain like, separate it, compartmentalize it, because you and I we were a lot of hats, you know casting an agent and coach, and this and that, and so there is sometimes that one or two talent that we know. We do know them, and then could we recuse ourselves? Sometimes we can sometimes we can't, because they can't move us into another category. So it's great to have that compartmentalization and that relaxation to know, okay, if there is someone in front of me that I know that's a client or a client of a friend of mine, that I am separating that from this hat, that I'm wearing, and then I'm not going to talk about that. I'm not going to speak about that and I have. I wonder what you think about this. And I had mixed feelings. I have mixed feelings about the awards being given and then the judge's names coming out. It sort of makes me feel like a jury that all of a sudden is being. You hear the names of the jury who's on a criminal case. It makes me feel uncomfortable. It's like why do I need to know that information? What do you think about that? 0:08:21 - Anne That's very interesting and I appreciate that you brought that up because, as I mentioned, I always have been a fan of keeping anonymous I mean for the longest time and this isn't anything that's being judged. For example, I have done the VO Peeps scholarships for gosh 12 years already and when we judge those entries I don't disclose the names of the judges and I don't even disclose the names of the judges after the fact. Because again, what if I want to use those judges, maybe again, and I don't want to have anybody influenced and I don't want the judges, I feel like I don't need credit If I'm a judge. I don't need credit in being a judge. I just want to be able to judge fairly. And I happen to agree with you. I don't think that judges' names should ever be disclosed really, and I'm not quite sure why the reason is and it might just be that they want to be thanked properly, but it's like when I give a donation, I don't always have to put my name on that. You know it can be an anonymous donation because I did it out of the goodness of my heart. If I'm judging something, I want it to just be the most fair that it can possibly be. 0:09:24 - Lau I'm glad you brought that up, Because when I see that at a ceremony someone who's kind enough to give money towards a scholarship or towards an award. I kind of feel bad for them Because I'm like as much as you are. Oh aren't they wonderful. They don't always want that recognition. They don't always feel comfortable knowing that. It's well-known knowledge that anyone who wins a lottery like they have to be very careful about releasing their name, because then they become a target and people go after them. So you have to wonder if you're in an award ceremony, could you then become some sort of target that people are either trying to embellish themselves? 0:10:01 - Anne to you or they're trying to knock you down, similar to being an agent Lau. I'm just saying I know nothing about that. 0:10:09 - Lau It's so true. 0:10:10 - Anne It's like they're prostrate themselves to you day and night right. 0:10:13 - Lau I'm not one to really appreciate that. Honestly, I'm very private in that way. Like, if I'm going to give a bunch of money, I'd rather it not have my name in there. But that's just me. Other people do want that recognition. That's fine. That's totally fine. 0:10:28 - Anne I'm going to say I'm not here to shame anybody saying if you put your name on a donation that it's shameful. I just think there are times when I don't think it's necessary and sometimes, yeah, I mean I'll put my name on a donation if I can add a note to it, to the recipient in wishing them good will, that kind of a thing, and that will be a reason for that. But I think La one thing I want to really make a point of about awards is when you enter awards. Having experienced both sides of it being a judge and then also entering into awards myself I think you just have to really be made of Teflon number one, because the process is very subjective, right, and we're starting to kind of address all the things that go into the awards submitting and then the judging process and if you know who the judges are, are they qualified and that process. But I think one thing I want to stress to the bosses out there is please do not ever belittle yourself If you do not win an award or if you don't get nominated for an award. I think that, especially in our business, because it's very much a personal part of us, it's our voice, right, it is so personal and if you ever don't feel as though we've succeeded, it can be really, really damaging to our psyche. 0:11:44 - Lau I would agree, I would agree. Do not give a ton of weight to that process. And it's very funny, it's almost like auditioning. It's like don't give a ton of weight to anyone audition brush it off and leave and go on to the next thing. But yet, when you're actually auditioning, give it the 100% it deserves, completely, commit to it completely, invest in it, completely, appreciate it. So, if you're awarded something or nominated, completely be present, be appreciative, love the moments, enjoy your community, love the attention. But then when you walk away, I really do believe you have the award. You're not going to forget about the award, you're going to utilize it as well in your marketing. 0:12:23 - Anne Oh, absolutely, but don't hang your hat on it. That's another positive. 0:12:27 - Lau Absolutely, don't hang your hat on it Like I'm the best, I'm the expert, I'm finished. No, it's a recognition that your work is at an industry standard that people want to appreciate, but there's a lot more to go. 0:12:40 - Anne Absolutely, absolutely. And I think that it's wonderful to get an award and it's wonderful to get nominated. I mean, if I want to make a distinction between being nominated and winning an award, I feel that the nomination is an award in and of itself because, listen to this award nominated, award winning, I mean honestly, they still start with award and so if you're going to use that to market, I mean gosh, just to be like sometimes narrowed down and be put on the shortlist, you can be proud of that to be nominated, and I really, really do believe that that can be celebrated as a win. And again, even if you're not nominated, understand that your work has value, you have worth, you have value and just because you didn't get the nomination or get a win doesn't mean that you are any less of a professional or accomplished and successful individual. I agree totally agree. 0:13:30 - Lau I'd love to talk, too, about the length of awards ceremonies. I think that that is either thought about or it's not thought about, maybe it's thought about, maybe it's not thought about, but they could run three, four hours in length, sometimes Absolutely, and I wonder how the audience feels about going through that kind of process and sitting through that process. We did an awards not long ago, you and I, where we literally sat in a chair for three hours. There was no break. There was no moment to take a breath, walk around, nothing, and I thought that that was a very strange choice on the part of the organizers to keep people in a seat for that length of time and expect that focus to really stay there and be there late at night. What do you think about that? 0:14:20 - Anne I'm just thinking about all the awards ceremonies that we've become accustomed to on television. If you watch the Emmys or the Golden Globes, and there's always either food or drink at the table. Number one that helps If you're going to have to be planted or seated in an audience. I think that that works. And what if you have to leave to use the restroom right? And then they announce your award. Hopefully you want to have like a series of events and when are they going to announce this category? I happen to know a very good friend of mine who was caught in the bathroom when they won and, yeah, it was not able to come to the stage and give their acceptance speech. But I think that sometimes sitting through the awards ceremony can be laborious if there's not any kind of entertainment kind of interspersed in there and or some sort of a schedule of events. And I know that that's difficult and sometimes they want to keep it a surprise for the people, they want to keep people in their seats. But yeah, it can get tiring. I will say that my tushy got a little bit sore and I've been to longer ones Okay, I have been to longer ones than the one that you and I were at, which we're really excruciating just because of the length and not all categories were called up to the stage. 0:15:30 - Lau So no, no, they need to sell cushions like they do it at the stadiums. 0:15:34 - Lau Buy a cushion. 0:15:36 - Lau you have to sit on the cushion and that would make a lot of sense, though I did think of a shortcut because I'm an organizer myself events, and one of the shortcuts I don't think anyone would ever do, but I think makes total sense. There were a handful of people at a few of the ceremonies that you and I intended that one more than one award One in particular. I can remember he won three. Okay, lovely, good for him. Why did they spread that out and why did he need to come up three times, have three spills in which he ran out of things to say? He was telling jokes by the end of it. Why not house those categories One, two, three. They have a sense. Maybe he's gonna win, maybe. 0:16:16 - Lau I don't know I mean they're preparing? 0:16:18 - Anne No, I don't know who's preparing the envelopes, remember they? 0:16:20 - Lau well, yeah, they're preparing the envelopes. 0:16:22 - Anne It's under lock and key right. So nobody knows. So that's theoretically. Somebody knows. 0:16:27 - Lau That's theoretically. Somebody knows Theoretically? 0:16:28 - Anne somebody knows. But again, but then I don't think Lau you'd want the audience to expect right that the next category he would be the winner as well. So there'd be no right. No, but if you think about it that way, right, if they know he won in multiple categories and then they called the second category once they did a series of right, the audience would expect it so. I don't think you can do it that way, and I think he handled it well. 0:16:50 - Lau Personally, listen, I think theoretically, it's true, but you and I know most of the audience was dying to get out and get a hamburger. You know what I mean. Like if I could get some french fries and cut this a little bit shorter, I'm all over the nuggets. You know what I mean. Like I'm ready to go. I don't need it to be that extra hour. 0:17:07 - Anne Well, I think that it could be maybe addressed at the amount of categories, maybe. Maybe, but then they wanna make sure that they're covering everybody, so I can see where organizers have a big job here. 0:17:19 - Lau Yeah it's tough, you know, there's a lot. 0:17:20 - Anne You know everybody wants to be represented. As a matter of fact, I am like all for let's have the best medical narration demo. I want that because you know that's something that I do and that's something I would love to submit for, and there's no category anywhere for that, so I can see where they have to. 0:17:37 - Lau Of course it's entertainment as well, so they have to pad the whole evening with different kinds of entertainment and videos and jokes, and that pads it with another hour or another hour and a half. So I get that, but I totally get that. 0:17:52 - Anne I'm gonna say what do you say Lau about? Like cause, I'm okay with the words. I'm okay with the words because over the years I've learned a little bit more about how they work. And I've won, I've lost, I've not been nominated. I've been nominated. I've been through it all myself, the emotional swing that it can cause, right. And I'm still okay with the words because I can understand them for what they are. And so, bosses, I hope that this helps you to just kind of get a better grip on what they are and not that it determine your value at all. If you choose not to enter or not support award service, that's entirely fine. You can still be a boss, absolutely. But I don't think that this kind of back and forth war that we have about awards, I think it gets a little bit divided and for not really a good reason. I don't think. If you want to enter, go ahead and enter and don't shame people who enter awards. I really am a big fan of that. I mean I don't love negative talk on social media for people who enter awards or get awards or that kind of a thing. 0:18:54 - Lau I am so with you on that. And that would extend too to people who do not come to the awards, who for many reasons, can't, won't or don't want to come to the awards. I think that's fine. I mean, if I'm being nominated, I'll go because I'm very honored and I'll buy the dress and I'll do the thing and I'll enjoy it. But there are others that say no, it's not my scene or I can't afford it. 0:19:18 - Anne Yeah, oh yeah, I don't want to because I'm in Florida. It can get expensive. I mean, you're talking about, typically, people like to dress for these things. So you're talking airfare, maybe, travel expenses, hotel expenses, dress expenses or suit? Yeah, absolutely, and for me, I had makeup and hair, but I always liked to have an excuse to have it make up and hair. 0:19:40 - Lau But You're so schmelzy that way. Well for me. 0:19:44 - Anne I'm telling you, for me it's a little spa day. I mean, if somebody can just handle that for me I can think about like what I have to do I always talk about when I present. I like to have hair and makeup because then I don't have to worry about those things, that I can concentrate on my presentation. So while I'm somebody who's doing my hair, I am like doing notes for presentations. For me it's just an investment, but it can be very expensive. Awards can be very expensive and sometimes you have to buy the award after the fact and that is also expensive. So there's a lot of, I think, pros to it but yet a lot of cons, and I don't want you bosses out there to feel any less than worthy or valuable just because you do or don't enter an award show. 0:20:26 - Lau I'm with you on that Ann and. I would say no matter how you take part, I would urge people to take part in some way, whether you're a witness or you're submitting or you're just congratulating someone who won and just support the community in any way that's best and comfortable for you because it is ultimately, I would imagine, there for the people and for the community and for the recognition and we don't want to completely lose that. We want to preserve that, you know. However, you take part. 0:20:57 - Anne And also I wanna just say, unless you're organizing an award event, I think if you could maybe steer clear of criticism. I just I mean, I just I think that if people criticize people who hold events and they say, well, it's all about the money, or they try to figure out, oh, how many people times how much the cost of a ticket, wow, they're making a lot of money. And then they make assumptions on the fact that, oh, they're just doing that because they're greedy or whatever reason you have. I think, honestly, just having a husband who does events and myself I've done events live- YouTube events like. I think, anybody that can sit back behind a keyboard and criticize about an event if they've not organized one themselves, especially one that's in a hotel, where you have to pay probably a big chunk of fees to a hotel for food, for the space. Just to do that is not a cheap thing at all. And so what event organizers charge for their event? I mean, I just steer clear of any kind of criticism because I know how expensive it can be very expensive, Very, especially in this day and age. 0:22:05 - Lau it's the most expensive it's ever been. 0:22:07 - Anne Oh yeah, absolutely so have a little mercy and understanding on event organizations. 0:22:11 - Lau And then the other thing too and I wanted to say not just about awards, but we're talking about awards right now is like don't look the gift horse in the mouth in regards to, like, the people who organize a range direct all of that deserve the profit they make oftentimes. 0:22:29 - Anne Oh, absolutely, because they are going through such stress. 0:22:33 - Lau It's beyond a full-time job. No one realizes that unless they're involved with that kind of work. 0:22:38 - Anne Well, my husband does it as a full-time job, I mean, and it's crazy because even people that he works with don't understand what it takes to prepare for an event. 0:22:46 - Lau It is crazy, but I love that you said please have compassion, I'm backing you up on that. 0:22:51 - Anne I'm backing you up on that, because it's not easy to do something like that. But yet it seems so easy for us to sit behind our keyboards and just make assumptions. And I think yeah, and so don't make assumptions about, I think, awards, events, the event organizers or even the judges, or even if you agree or don't agree with awards. I really feel like just one of my favorite sayings is to mind your own business, and I don't mean that in a mom way, I mean that my VO business is my business. And if I feel that maybe entering an award competition will maybe help my marketing, I'm going to do it and I don't want to be criticized for that or looked upon badly for that. But again, and I will try not to cry if I don't win, because I think anybody that knows me knows how darn competitive I am- Ooh, I am competitive, you are, I've got a box of tissues for you. Thank you, so you don't need to worry about that at all. See the Lau. 0:23:41 - Lau that's why I want you at my side at all at all times I'm ready with a tissue, a handkerchief whatever, a shoulder and a turkey sandwich and a turkey sandwich at all costs A turkey sandwich, and that's what support is like. 0:23:55 - Anne I love that, that kind of support. Right, we need to lift each other up, and so, if awards are your thing, support the people in the community, like Lau supports me with a turkey sandwich and a box of tissues. I love that right, it's so true, it's so true. And Lau. And if I can get you a turkey sandwich at any time, I will do so, and that's why I love you back because we're all about getting of the turkey sandwich. 0:24:23 - Lau It's not even Thanksgiving, that's the best part. 0:24:25 - Anne Bosses, you might be wondering what are they talking about? Well, at one of the last conferences, it happened to be late at night and I had been presenting and had gotten out of like multiple panels and X sessions or whatever it was, and by the time I got to the restaurant to eat they had closed. It was like after 10 o'clock and everything had shut down and I was starving. I literally was like I need something and there was no door dash that could be quick, and so Lau to the rescue. Who actually went and secured me a turkey sandwich that magically appeared from behind the desk Late at night. 0:25:05 - Lau Behind the front desk. Yes, I was like the Ooma Thurman in the Kill Bill series. I just jumped over the desk, I tackled the woman behind there and I said how could you not be? 0:25:17 - Anne open and it was fresh and I ravaged that turkey sandwich. I did, I literally did, and it was, the bread was flying, the turkey was in my mouth and I ate it like a caveman. I mean literally, it was beyond Quentin Tarantino stuff. I didn't even have utilities to eat it with. I ate it with my hands, I know I didn't even have a sword. 0:25:35 - Lau I just used the verbal sword play of my mouth and my words. 0:25:39 - Anne But that's the story of the turkey sandwich and Lau how she came to save me. Okay, so everybody needs a Lau, right, Everybody needs a Lau on their side. 0:25:47 - Lau So, Lau. 0:25:48 - Anne I mean, what a great conversation. I mean, I hope bosses, you guys always know your value, whether you are winning awards or not. Winning awards, you guys, you are gifts and awards in our hearts, and so make sure that you feel that way about yourself and, of course, others in the industry, and let's lift each other up. So I love it. 0:26:08 - Lau We love you if you win, and we love you even more if you don't win, because it's all about your process. There you go. 0:26:15 - Anne There you go, and, speaking of awards and making a difference, you guys can use your voice to make an immediate difference in our world and give back to the communities that give to you. Just like Lau gives me turkey sandwiches, so you guys visit 100voiceswhocareorg to commit and big shout out to IPDTL, our favorite way to connect Bosses. You, too, can find out more at IPDTLcom. Have an amazing week, guys, and we'll see you next week. Bye. 0:26:47 - Lau Join us next week for another edition of VO Boss with your host and Ganguza, and take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at vobosscom and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies and new ways to rock your business like a boss. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via IPDTL. 0:27:17 - Anne This time a little more conversational. I'll give something I actually give something really, really conversational once and they're like oh yeah, give me a little more conversation and I'll give it completely conversational. They'll be like oh Hmm, how about a little more energy? And you know, when they ask for more energy, that usually means they're looking for a little more cell, yeah, if you're not anywhere near it, oh yeah maybe a little more smile, a little more smile, a little more smile, a little more energy that gives you the cell back. Transcribed by https://podium.page
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Episode Notes Join us for another Live Q&A's! This time, we look at God's judgment, what it means to bind on Earth & Heaven, how to love wartime enemies, methods of deliverance, how to grow in spiritual gifts, whether we will see our pets in heaven - and more!
Almost 2 years ago my wife and I stayed with our friends Keith and Laurie for a week in southern Arizona. They go out there every winter and we sometimes go there to visit and to enjoy nicer weather. During out visit my wife and her friend Laurie witnessed a condor swoop down in the backyard just a few feet from them. Condors are very rare in Arizona, they might be a little more common in California. Right a way I kind of had an idea of what this could mean, condors are associated with death. Both my wife and her friend had a parent that were getting closer to passing and we knew it. My father in law would pass later year and now Laurie's mother, Carol, has made her transition. At the time I didn't tell either of them what I thought the condor meant, I just told them it was a defininte sign and maybe it had another meaning as well. This brings me full circle to my friend Mike who is getting close as well and while a mutual friend want to try to assist him in some way to stop his suffering, it reminds me of what I learned from my native friends back in 2007 and what the intent of a native prayer is. So I'll talk about that and see if you're interested in being a part of something. What? I'll explain. Also, I want to share what I learned about celery through my own first hand experience. Judging by the title you may have thought the condor ate the celery, the 2 are not connected but 2 different stories. I had carpal tunnel real bad 6 years ago and got an energy treatment that seemed amazing. It totally healed my carpal tunnel. What I failed to realize that celery played a role in that as well. How? I stopped eating celery and noticed the pain coming back. I started up again and the pain is gone. Coincidence? Love and joy!
From Honest Reporting, the organization that broke this story: On October 7, Hamas terrorists were not the only ones who documented the war crimes they had committed during their deadly rampage across southern Israel. Some of their atrocities were captured by Gaza-based photojournalists working for the Associated Press and Reuters news agencies whose early morning presence at the breached border area raises serious ethical questions. What were they doing there so early on what would ordinarily have been a quiet Saturday morning? Was it coordinated with Hamas? Did the respectable wire services, which published their photos, approve of their presence inside enemy territory, together with the terrorist infiltrators? Did the photojournalists who freelance for other media, like CNN and The New York Times, notify these outlets? Judging from the pictures of lynching, kidnapping and storming of an Israeli kibbutz, it seems like the border has been breached not only physically, but also journalistically. Midasgoldgroup.com Patriotmobile.com/GrantPromo code Grant Defender-gear.com/grantPromo code Grant15 Mypillow.com/grantPromo code Grant The Apple subscribe link is here:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stinchfield/id1648560956 The Spotify subscribe link is here:https://open.spotify.com/show/7y6jgJ3af2ymyDQ79Nk0yv Stinchfield websitehttps://grantstinchfield.com/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/stinchfield1776/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Golden Rule might be the most famous command in the whole Bible. But what Jesus presents is truly more vision than it is rule. Plus, when we should and shouldn't judge others based upon God's generosity toward us.
It's amazing that so much time has passed since the 2023 DTG Symposium that happened last September. It's also amazing all the wonderful people we were able to connect with and record. This week wraps up those conversations with two outstanding technicians in different points of their careers. First up is Salvador Carrillo who talks about learning about dental technology in Mexico, coming to the states for college, connecting with so many people in our industry, “retiring”, and using his ability to bring technicians and techniques to both Mexio and the US. Then we chat with Renata Vano, the “never stop teaching” technician from Brazil. Renata talks about dental life in Brazil, coming to the DTG symposium in 2016, learning English to teach a hands-on course at Lab Day, teaching others around the world, and how she makes amazing clear digital dentures. Are you in the market for top-notch digital equipment, such as mills, scanners, or furnaces? Well, the time to act is NOW! Ivoclar (https://www.ivoclar.com/en_li), has introduced unbeatable rates exclusively for customers in North America. Ivoclar has made it easier for you to invest in cutting-edge digital equipment with lower-than-prime interest rates. Whether you're looking to upgrade your milling capabilities (https://www.ivoclar.com/en_li/products/digital-equipment/programill-dry), enhance your scanning technology (https://www.ivoclar.com/en_li/products/digital-equipment/prograscan-ps7-lab-scanner), or optimize your furnace performance (https://www.ivoclar.com/en_li/products/equipment/programat-ceramic-furnaces), Ivoclar Digital has you covered. To take advantage of this offer, the dedicated Digital Specialists at Ivoclar are ready to assist you. For details on how to get in touch, visit Voicesfromthebench.com and the Ivoclar tab to find all the information you need to get started. Whether you are looking to elevate your craftsmanship or looking to cut back costs, look no further – VITA MFT Teeth (https://vitanorthamerica.com/en-US/VITA-MFT-Anterior-369,273,126133.html) are the ultimate solution for creating lifelike and stunning smiles. Crafted with precision and backed by cutting-edge technology, VITA MFT Teeth offers unparalleled esthetics and durability. And since VITA (https://vitanorthamerica.com/) believes in the power of experiencing excellence firsthand, for a limited time only, they're offering you the chance to get a complimentary case sample. That's right, a full case, absolutely free. Just visit vitanorthamerica.com/freemft (https://www2.vitanorthamerica.com/mft/) Don't wait any longer to start providing your customers with a premium tooth at an economy price. Redeem your free case sample and if you're ready to buy, VITA will even give you an extra 10% discount by shopping online on their newly launched online store. Join the VITA family today. GC Initial® LiSi Press (https://www.gc.dental/america/products/laboratory/porcelain-systems/gc-initial-lisi-press) is the first lithium disilicate ceramic ingot with High Density Micronization (HDM), a technology unique to GC that provides exceptional physical properties and the most natural, life-like aesthetics. HDM uses equally dispersed lithium disilicate micro-crystals to fill the entire glass matrix rather than using traditional larger size crystals that do not take full advantage of the matrix structure. The result is the ultimate combination of strength and aesthetics, making GC Initial® LiSi Press perfectly suitable for all types of restorations through all levels of transparency. Most importantly, HDM technology helps ensure the product remains extremely stable, without distortion or drop in value, even after multiple firings. For more information call GC America (https://www.gc.dental/america/) at 800-323-0763 or visit gcamerica.com Special Guests: Renata Vano and Salvador Carrillo.
It is very easy to pass judgment on another, but it is very difficult to withhold judgment. Why is that so? Why might you find yourself easily passing judgment on others when you truly do not know their heart? There certainly can be many reasons for this sin; one of them is that some people do not even know themselves well enough to judge their own conscience. When this is the case, the person will be in no position to try to judge another. Judging another often comes from a heart that has little interior knowledge, understanding or personal insight. They feel this disorder within and project it out on others. This is helpful to understand for two reasons. First, if you tend to judge, stop and look into your heart. There is a very good chance that you do not know who you are, what your sins are, or how God sees your soul. Second, if you become the object of another's judgment, do not be offended. Instead, use it as an opportunity to have a holy sympathy for them. Chances are that their judgment of you is a sign of their own interior confusion. This should evoke compassion toward them, not judgment in return (See Diary #1528).Reflect today upon these two experiences of judgment. First reflect upon whether you judge and why. Also spend time reflecting upon the way you react when others judge you. Seek the truth in both of these experiences and surrender your own judgments and your experience of others' judgments to the Mercy of God.Lord, please free me from having a judgmental heart. You and You alone probe the minds and hearts of all Your children. Give me insight into my own soul so that I may continually examine my life in the light of Your Truth, and give me a heart of mercy that I may love others with the Mercy of Your Divine Heart. Jesus, I trust in You. Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2023 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Have you ever judged another person ... either their actions, their choices or behaviors?We've all judged people for their behaviors, choices and lifestyle. Judging people is never really about right or wrong, it's about the power it gives us. Judging gives us a sense of superiority and makes us feel better about our own shortcomings.What we can do is to try to be more like Jesus in the way that we respond to the sins of others. You can still disagree with someone's lifestyle choices and behavior and still love and respect them.
Christians are often accused of being judgmental. A favorite retort is to quote Matthew 7:1, saying, “Don't Judge me!” While there is a partial truth to this response, it must be understood in the context of all that Jesus says. In this section, we get a balanced way to stop condemning through judgment, restore instead, heal, and discern when to speak the truth.
What's written in our stars? Here to read humanity's horoscope is none other than Lord Martin Rees! Lord Martin Rees has played a huge role in my career and is an inspiration to me and millions of scientists around the world. There is literally nothing beyond his purview, and our conversation bore this out -- we covered everything from A to Z: artificial intelligence to zoology! Nothing was off-limits – we even shared our mutual and controversial distaste for alchemy and astrology! Lord Rees of Ludlow, the Astronomer Royal, is the Co-founder of the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk and an Emeritus Professor of Cosmology & Astrophysics at Cambridge University. He is the 38th Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. He is the author of ‘On the Future' and 10 other books and the 60th President of the Royal Society. Key Takeaways: Intro (00:00) Judging a book by its cover: On The Future (01:48) Reading the Queen's horoscope (03:08) Do physicists envy mathematicians? (06:46) Why is Einstein so often a target of criticism? (10:21) The steady-state of the universe debate and cosmology's earlier days (15:56) Martin's prediction that the CMB could be polarized (22:02) Theories of Everything. Do we need them? (29:12) Complex vs. complicated (37:30) There may be some benefits to the pandemic! (56:09) What do you think about blockchain and Bitcoin? (57:56) How coins got their ridges (59:51) What is your ethical will? (1:16:14) Outro (1:26:10) — Additional resources:
It's all over. Sam Bankman-Fried was found guilty on all seven counts. But what now? Michael Lewis, Lidia Jean Kott, and Judging Sam's legal expert, O'Melveny defense attorney Rebecca Mermelstein, reflect on the outcome and look ahead to sentencing, SBF's other legal troubles, and the fate of the cooperating witnesses. This conversation was recorded on November 7. Questions for Michael? Submit them by clicking the link in our show notes or visiting atrpodcast.com To access bonus episodes, and to listen to all of our coverage ad-free, sign up for Pushkin plus on the Against The Rules show page in Apple Podcasts or at Pushkin.fm/plus.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The jury, after about 4 and a half hours of deliberation, has delivered its verdict – guilty on all seven counts. Lidia Jean Kott was in the courtroom when it happened. Her conversation with financial reporter Jacob Goldstein was recorded on November 2. Questions for Michael? Submit them by clicking the link in our show notes or visiting atrpodcast.com To access bonus episodes, and to listen to all of our coverage ad-free, sign up for Pushkin plus on the Against The Rules show page in Apple Podcasts or at Pushkin.fm/plus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's nearly time for the jury to begin their deliberations. They'll file into a backroom at the courthouse, and SBF's fate will be in their hands. But what goes on behind those doors? How will the jury get to its verdict? Trial consultant Ellen Leggett returns to the show to talk through the process with Lidia Jean Kott. This conversation was recorded on October 27 and updated on November 1. Questions for Michael? Submit them by clicking the link in our show notes or visiting atrpodcast.com To access bonus episodes, and to listen to all of our coverage ad-free, sign up for Pushkin plus on the Against The Rules show page in Apple Podcasts or at Pushkin.fm/plus.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (11/02/2023): 3:05pm- Orsted, a Danish energy company responsible for offshore wind farm development, announcing that it will no longer take part in windmill development off the New Jersey coast. Many environmental experts hypothesize that offshore wind development's use of sonar to map the ocean's floor prevents whales from communicating with one another and inhibits accurate navigation. You can read more about Orsted's decision here: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/10/31/offshore-wind-new-jersey-orsted-00124661 3:10pm- In response to Orsted's decision to cancel its planned wind development project off the coast of New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy (D-NJ) released a statement critical of the Danish energy company: “Today's decision by Orsted to abandon its commitments to New Jersey is outrageous and calls into question the company's credibility and competence.”You can read the full statement here: https://www.nj.gov/governor/news/news/562023/approved/20231031a.shtml 3:15pm- In his latest article for Time Magazine, Simon Shuster documents America's growing hesitance of financially supporting Ukraine in a seemingly endless war with Russia. He writes: “[Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky's stubbornness, some of his aides say, has hurt their team's efforts to come up with a new strategy, a new message. As they have debated the future of the war, one issue has remained taboo: the possibility of negotiating a peace deal with the Russians. Judging by recent surveys, most Ukrainians would reject such a move, especially if it entailed the loss of any occupied territory. Zelensky remains dead set against even a temporary truce.” You can read the full article here: https://time.com/6329188/ukraine-volodymyr-zelensky-interview/ 3:20pm- In a video released on the social media platform X, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer revealed that newly released bank records indicate that Joe Biden received $40,000 from his brother James shortly after the Biden family had received payments from Northern International Capital—a Chinese business. 3:40pm- Susan Haigh of NBC Connecticut writes: “A state judge has taken the unusual step of ordering a new Democratic mayoral primary in Connecticut's largest city to be held after the Nov. 7 general election is completed. The decision comes after surveillance videos showed a woman stuffing what appeared to be absentee ballots into an outdoor ballot box days before the original primary. Superior Court Judge William Clark determined the allegations of possible malfeasance warrant throwing out the results of the Sept. 12 primary, which incumbent Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim won by 251 votes out of 8,173 cast. Absentee ballots secured his margin of victory.” You can read Haigh's full article: https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/judge-orders-new-bridgeport-mayoral-primary-after-surveillance-videos-show-possible-ballot-stuffing/3138308/ 3:50pm- Rich tells a hilarious story about how he ran for class president in 8th grade, but nearly had his campaign sabotaged when an ex-girlfriend implored his classmates not to vote for him as they cast their ballots. 4:00pm- In a post to the social media platform X, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that the U.S. Senate would not even consider the House Republican proposed $14.3 billion Israeli aid bill which separates funding from Ukraine and promises to be deficit neutral. 4:05pm- Pastor Bill Devlin—of the non-profit charity Widows and Orphans—joins The Rich Zeoli Show from Northern Nigeria where he is providing medical and spiritual care in response to a terror campaign that has resulted in thousands of Christians being killed. Pastor Devlin also discusses his thirty-three previous trips to Gaza and implores Israel to defeat Hamas once and for all. You can learn more about Pastor Bill Devlin's work here: https://www.widowsandorphans.info/pastor-william-devlin 4:25pm- Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has been served with a subpoena in a criminal case. The House of Representatives reading clerk Tylease Alli made the announcement on Wednesday. It's not certain what the subpoena pertains to, according to reports. 4:30pm- CNN's Manu Raju confronted Sen. Bob Menendez(D-NJ) about his continued attendance at national security meetings despite being charged with acting as a foreign agent for Egypt. Menendez has also been charged with accepting bribes in exchange for influence. 4:40pm- Alex Wilkes—Communications Director for the New Jersey Republican Party—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss reports that Jersey Freedom, a political organization, which has spent tens-of-thousands of dollars backing third party candidates in hopes of diluting the Republican vote in New Jersey's November 7th election. The ad campaign even includes endorsements for candidates that have withdrawn from the race! The New Jersey Republican Party is now suing, alleging that the organization has violated campaign finance reporting laws by shielding donor information. You can read more here: https://newjerseymonitor.com/2023/11/02/new-jersey-gop-sues-group-boosting-third-party-candidates/ 5:00pm- Judge Carolyn Carluccio of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas in Pennsylvania joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss her candidacy for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. You can learn more about her campaign here: https://www.judgecarluccio.com 5:10pm- Despite a rise in anti-Semitism and the terror attacks of October 7th that left over a thousand Israeli civilians killed by Hamas, the Biden Administration is concentrating its attention on Islamophobia. In a video message posted to social media, Vice President Kamala Harris announced a “national strategy to combat Islamophobia.” In response to the Vice President's video, Dr. Gad Saad explained: “According to the FBI director, Jews make up 2.4% of the US population but are the targets of 60% of hate crimes. This is why it is apparently important to fight Islamophobia according to the White House.” 5:40pm- Daniel Turner—Founder & Executive Director of Power the Future—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Orsted, a Danish energy company responsible for offshore wind farm development, announcing that it will no longer take part in windmill development off the New Jersey coast. You can learn more about Power the Future here: https://powerthefuture.com/about-us/ 6:05pm- Nate Benefield—Senior Vice President of the Commonwealth Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss a Pennsylvania appellate court's decision to prevent the state's entrance into the Regional Green House Gas Initiative (RGGI), concluding that entrance cannot bypass the Pennsylvania's legislature. You can read more here: https://www.commonwealthfoundation.org/2023/11/01/appellate-court-decision-rggi/ 6:40pm- House Republicans have passed a bill that would provide Israel with $14.3 billion in aid while simultaneously providing budgetary cuts that would make it deficit neutral. In a post to the social media platform X, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that the U.S. Senate would not even consider the bill because it separates funding from Ukraine and includes cuts to the IRS that he views as undesirable.
We're finally in the home stretch. Today the prosecution finished their cross examination of Sam Bankman-Fried, the defense followed up with a redirect, and then both sides rested. It's Michael's last day at court, but Lidia Jean will attend until the bitter end. They sit down to talk through the trial day's events. This conversation was recorded on October 31. Questions for Michael? Submit them by clicking the link in our show notes or visiting atrpodcast.com To access bonus episodes, and to listen to all of our coverage ad-free, sign up for Pushkin plus on the Against The Rules show page in Apple Podcasts or at Pushkin.fm/plus.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sam Bankman-Fried finishes direct and faces withering cross-examination by the government's chief prosecutor, Danielle Sassoon. Michael Lewis and Lidia Jean Kott share notes during lunch, then Lidia Jean sits down with Pushkin financial reporter and host Jacob Goldstein to talk through the day's events. This conversation was recorded on October 30. Questions for Michael? Submit them by clicking the link in our show notes or visiting atrpodcast.com To access bonus episodes, and to listen to all of our coverage ad-free, sign up for Pushkin plus on the Against The Rules show page in Apple Podcasts or at Pushkin.fm/plus.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.