Apple. Addis. Landrover. All of these have made a brand, an image, a vision of what people see and feel when they hear their names. Dungeons and Dragons has become a household name in much the same regard. This week Sara and Rob explore the idea that D&D might be a lifestyle brand… and is that so bad? Listen to us live, every Wednesday night at 7pm EST, at http://www.mixlr.com/storyteller-conclave. Listen to us on your favorite device! Or Amazon Audible Find us on Twitter (@st_conclave) – Instagram (st_conclave) Support the show by joining our Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/StorytellerConclave Please join us on Discord, to submit questions for the show, chat with Rob, Sara, and other Storytellers, and read over the detailed show-notes for more information and links to stuff we may not have been able to detail during the show! Discord : https://t.co/7H8p1lGYqG Or find our older episodes at Https://Storytellerconclave.com
Rolf Potts is a Travel Writer, Essayist, Adventurer and Teacher best known for promoting the ethic of independent travel. This American author has been through adventures on all six continents. Things like traversing Israel on foot, bicycling across Burma and driving a Land Rover across South America are on his list, but there's so much more to it. He's gathered teachings from all over the place and written amazing books about it. His bestselling debut book, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel, has been through thirty-five printings and translated into several languages worldwide. Potts has, over the years, felt somewhat at home in places like Bangkok, Cairo, Pusan, New Orleans, New York, and Paris, where he runs a series of creative writing classes each summer. He is based in north-central Kansas, where he keeps a small farmhouse on 30 acres with his wife, Kansas-born actress Kristen Bush.
This week Ike and Steve talk about the new Porsche 911 Dakar off road sports car, Ike talks about the Land Rover he accidentally bought last week, a round of workshop updates, discount code for our big Cyber Monday sticker sale and Land Rovers in the Movies: Ancient Apocalypse with Graham Handcock.
This week, on the Driven Chat Podcast, John Marcar and Rachael Downie record an episode from the offices of Arkonik, builders of bespoke Land Rover Defender 90, 110 and 130 models.The Driven Chat team were invited along to the Arkonik factory in Somerset to see every step of the build process of the bespoke Defenders that later go on to be exported to customers around the world.In this episode, John and Rachael speak to Arkonik Managing Director Tom Parry and Production manager Craig Venn. They are also joined by head of communications and editor-in-chief of B500 Magazine, Dell Gregory, for the introduction and outro of the episode.Find a gallery from the day at drivenchat.com/pictures with additional content on our social feeds @DrivenChatThe Driven Chat podcast is brought to you by Paramex Digital. It is available to stream on all the usual podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, Audible and more.For more information on Driven Chat, visit www.drivenchat.comGet involved;WATCH - Driven Chat on YouTubeFOLLOW - Driven Chat on InstagramDISCUSS - Driven Chat on Facebook Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of a Week in Watches we cover a lot of territory. We start in Geneva with the GPHG, taking a look at a handful of this year's winners, and then head to the UK to go offroad with Bamford and Land Rover. From there we go flying with Massena Lab and Matthey-Tissot, diving with the new Super Squale, and finally to Japan for the new Chronograph 1 Mk 2 by Kurono.This week's episode is sponsored by Whatnot, a live stream auction app where you can buy and sell unique items. Come join the Windup Watch Shop for their first stream on Tuesday, November 22nd at 4pm ET, where they will be showing and selling various items from the shop, including the Zodiac Blueberry GMT and ADPT Series 1 Watches. Additionally, they will be giving away one of each of the new Timex x Worn & Wound WW75 Limited Edition watches! Follow this link to sign up for Whatnot and get $15 in credit toward your first purchase.To stay on top of all new episodes, you can subscribe to The Worn & Wound Podcast — now available on all major platforms including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, and more. You can also find our RSS feed here.And if you like what you hear, then don't forget to leave us a review on iTunes.If there's a question you want us to answer you can hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll put your question in the queue.
This week on DriveTime Radio, New York Vinnie begins by chatting about the impact Elon Musk is bringing to Twitter, in a not-so-similar way to how he brought an impact to the electric car world. Then, he welcomes John Vincent to the show from US News and World Report to give us a look at the LA international auto show and some of the most notable vehicles which were unveiled there including Genesis and Porsche. This week, Vinnie drives the C300 4MATIC and reviews the Land Rover Defender on the DriveTime Radio Road Test. Listen to the Car Tune "Makin' Thunderbirds" by Bob Seger here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CW5GRilRyE
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BREAKING NEWS: Brand new limited edition Land Rover Defender watch (that's right) is from Russia with love, apparently, and in a sense is therefore the anatomy of a ridiculous hilarious scientifically-illiterate marketing own-goal. But hey, 'what's Russia ever done wrong?' Right, Land Rover? Save thousands on any new car (Australia-only): https://autoexpert.com.au/contact Get reliable 240-volt power off-grid @ Bluetti portable power: https://www.bluettipower.com.au/?ref=8xzu1i8qk8 OLIGHT DISCOUNT! (These are awesome.) https://bit.ly/3zF5hCQ12% off: Use code AEJC Help support my independent reporting, securely, via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=54778969
Welcome to Episode 77 of the move crush count podcast. In this episode, Todd Blue and I discuss finding business inspiration. So, if you want to get new ideas, create better client experiences, and strengthen relationships and grow your network so you can create new opportunities, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: Client Entertainment Dealer Entertainment How the shows have changed over the years Perspective from a first-timer vs someone who has attended for many years. Corporate sponsorships Hotels and packages (the right way to do Pebble) Bring a car? Get a driver? Rent a car? Connecting with friends and creating new ones. The food and the parties The collectors The restorers About Todd Blue Todd regularly attends Monterey Car Week, and his accomplishments include: Vice President of Commercial Trading for Louisville Scrap Material Company After partnering to purchase the company and its affiliates, he later sold most of its assets to Progress Rail, for whom Todd served as the metals division's Executive Vice President between 1998 & 2000. Todd joined Cobalt Ventures LLC (which he previously co-founded) full-time in 2000. Cobalt developed real estate, invested in operating businesses, and was a dealer of classic cars. 2010 Todd founded the indiGO Auto Group. Todd served as Founder, CEO and Dealer Principal from January 2010-July 2020. IndiGO's rapid growth began with the acquisition of Porsche North Houston in 2010, followed by Lamborghini Houston in 2011. Rancho Mirage's Desert European Motorcars (franchises for Porsche, Audi, Jaguar, Land Rover, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Bentley, Lamborghini, and McLaren) was acquired by indiGO in 2013. 2015, Todd consolidated two former Porsche dealerships in St. Louis, Missouri, to form Porsche St. Louis. BMW of Palm Springs was added in 2016. In July 2017, indiGO was awarded the Rolls-Royce North Houston franchise. October of 2017, Todd formed a strategic alliance with Pon Holdings of the Netherlands. With this transaction, Pon became the largest investor in the indiGO Auto Group. December 2017, indiGO acquired Jaguar Riverside. In November 2019, indiGO acquired Porsche Marin, Audi Marin, and Volkswagen Marin, and in December acquired McLaren Houston. After selling the balance of his interest in the business to Pon Holdings at the end of 2019, Todd continued to serve on the board of the company before his retirement from indiGO in July 2020. During his time in the industry, Todd served Porsche Cars North America as a Board of Regent, the Aston Martin of the Americas Dealer Advisory Panel, the BMW Western Region Business Council, and The Presidential Cabinet for Bentley USA. 2020 Todd formed Lapis Management in Houston. Todd was appointed a board seat as a director at Kataman Metals in St Louis. Monterey Car Week Links & Mentions from This Episode:www.movecrushcount.com The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering: https://whatsupmonterey.com/events/monterey-car-week/the-quail-a-motorsports-gathering/457 Monterey Car Week Overview: https://whatsupmonterey.com/article/activities/monterey-car-week-overview Monterey Car Week: https://whatsupmonterey.com/events/monterey-car-week Pebble Beach Concours d'ELEGANCE: https://pebblebeachconcours.net If you enjoyed this episode on Finding Business Inspiration, please share it with your friends, family, and colleagues. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or anywhere you get your podcasts to get automatic episode updates for "move crush count!"
This week Ike and Steve are joined by Land Rover legend and Rovers Magazine editor Jeff Aronson recorded live in the Underpowered Podcasting lounge at Destination Defender in the Hudson Vally of New York. They talk about the event, the Defender Service Awards and the mud!
cc: growth journeys from emerging ecosystems to global markets. (Episode in English - live recording during cc: Nights in Bucharest) Xenia is the CEO and Co-Founder of Planable, a content review and marketing collaboration platform used by over 4,000 teams at brands like Jaguar, Land Rover, Viber, and World Food Program. Prior to launching Planable, she built a digital marketing agency and led social for clients such as Coca-Cola. Xenia has been recognized on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and she spoke on the Innovation Stage at Cannes Lions in 2018. Xenia graduated Tim Draper's startup academy in Silicon Valley and took Planable through the Techstars London accelerator in 2017. Gelecek etkinliklerimizden haberdar olmak için bültenimize abone olun: https://www.getcced.com/#CTA You can reach us through our website ( getcced.com ) or @getcced on Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, and Linkedin. Hosted by Enis Hulli, Rina Onur and Arin Ozkula.
This week Ike and Steve run through all the new JLR EV news, talk about the Canadian Government auctioning off a Land Rover Camel Trophy Discover, What to look for when buying a Land Rover Defender and Land Rovers in the Movies: Black Adam.
This week Ike and Steve celebrate spooky season with Wiring Gremlins, a Defender trapped in customs, an Ghostbusters Defender and a super spooky Land Rover story from Ike's childhood. Also, we'll be podcasting live from Destination Defender with the Rebelle Rally team and car!
CLICK THIS LINK TO VOTE: VOTE TODAY - VOTE DAILY - PLEASE SHARE: https://www.landroverusa.com/experiences/events-and-sponsorships/defender-service-awards/vote/search-and-rescue.html October 21, 2022 – Today, Great Basin K-9 Search and Rescue was named a finalist among Search and Rescue organizations in the Land Rover ‘Defender Service Awards'. The Utah charitable organization was recognized for its work in training, certifying, and fielding Search and Rescue canines along with their handlers to help locate missing people. As a finalist, Great Basin K-9 Search and Rescue will receive $5,000 from the presenting sponsor, CHASE. Inspired by endless acts of service across the U.S. and Canada from extraordinary citizens, Land Rover launched the ‘Defender Service Awards' last year to celebrate U.S. and Canadian-based charitable organizations that are making a positive impact in their local community. To honor the legacy of Defender vehicles aiding organizations who serve their communities, Land Rover will award a specially outfitted Land Rover Defender 130 SUV to the five winning organizations based on Public Vote, to help further their charitable efforts, plus $25,000 from the category sponsor. Public voting opens October 21, 2022, through November 6, 2022 on LandRoverUSA.com. The winners for all five categories will be announced on November 12, at Destination Defender, a weekend celebration of the Defender lifestyle located in the New York Hudson Valley. For more information about Destination Defender, please visit LandRoverUSA.com. “Our sincere gratitude goes out to the over 800 charitable organizations who submitted entries for this year's Defender Service Awards.” said Joe Eberhardt, President & CEO, Jaguar Land Rover North America. “The twenty-five finalists captured a special spirit of service which is part of the fabric of our brand. We look forward to sharing the finalists' entries with the public and wish them luck.” “We, the members of Great Basin K-9 Search and Rescue, are deeply honored and humbled to be among the five finalists in the Search and Rescue category of the Land Rover Defender Above and Beyond Service Awards. We are so grateful to Land Rover, Chase, and Pelican, for this opportunity to win the Defender and associated awards to improve our capability to respond to search and rescue/recovery missions throughout Utah and neighboring states. Our mission is to field well-trained Search K-9/Handler teams to best serve our community by bringing missing loved-ones home to their families.” Search and Rescue Award, Presented by Pelican Great Basin K-9 Search and Rescue, Inc. (Kamas, UT) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gbk9sar Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gbk9sar --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/k9-top-tales/support
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This week Ike and Steve talk about the Destination Defender event planned for November 12th and 13th in upstate New York, a brand new Land Rover Series 2A door hinge that allows mirror to move up of the wings without running the classic look and another Land Rover in the Movies: Point Break.
In this Halloween episode we're packing our silver bullets as we take on the Amicus classic, The Beast Must Die (1974). Along the way Colin comes up with the best method to oust a werewolf, Paul tells us of his love for 1970's Land Rovers, and we see if we can come up with our top three werewolf films (spoiler, one of us can't). Music from the opening theme by Douglas Gamley Check us out on https://www.facebook.com/Respeccy and RETROSPECTION (@Retrospeccy) / Twitter No wig wearing dogs were harmed in the making of this episode.
Meet Nate Ritter — founder of Room Steals, a travel membership that provides customers with incredible deals on hotel rooms. Nate is a technology executive who has started, bought, and sold companies and who has also consulted for companies like Microsoft and Land Rover. Fun fact — Nate also popularized the use of the hashtag on Twitter…pretty cool, huh? In this episode, we talk about: Where the idea for Room Steals came from and how it compares to Expedia and other OTAs How to build a productized experience for your STR collection Hot takes on the future of travel and hospitality What it's like to live full time in an RV as a family of 5 Sign up for Room Steals Follow Nate on Twitter Get to Know More About Nate on His Website This week's episode is brought to you by Guesty for Hosts. One of the questions I get asked a lot from listeners is what they should look for in a PMS or Property Management System. Now, we're lucky — there are a lot of great options in the market, which can't be said for software platforms in all industries. That said, I always encourage them to take a good look at Guesty for Hosts — and here's why: 1. Guesty's Channel Manager helps you centralize data across the major booking platforms and stay on top of all activity on your listings without having to hop back and forth between channels such as Airbnb, Booking.com and Vrbo. 2. Guesty's automation tools enable you to ensure you connect with guests in a meaningful, creative, and instant fashion. You can make custom messages for a variety of situations, from a response to an initial inquiry to a post check-out follow up encouraging your guests to leave a review. 3. It includes a Website Builder feature that allows you to create your own branded booking website in just minutes…allowing you to grow your listing's brand value and increase your direct bookings. 4. And finally, Guesty just raised over $170 million dollars which means they got some serious cash to continue to seriously invest in their product! So here's the deal. If you're a STR host without a PMS system or a host looking to explore a new one, I've got a treat for you. The team at Guesty is giving Behind the Stays listeners and Sponstayneous subscribers 20% off of their first year when they use the discount code “SPONSTAYNEOUS” at checkout. Get started with a 14 day free trial today — no credit card, set up fee, or commitment required — and cancel anytime if you don't love it. Once your 14 day free trial is up, use the discount code “SPONSTAYNEOUS” for 20% off of your first year. Guesty for Hosts — it's the bestie of top-rated STR super hosts. Try Guesty for Hosts for Free. About the Show Behind the Stays is brought to you twice a week by Sponstayneous — a free, biweekly newsletter that brings subscribers the best last-minute deals and upcoming steals on Airbnb. You can subscribe, for free, at www.sponstayneous.com. Behind the Stays is hosted by Zach Busekrus, co-founder of Sponstayneous, you can connect with him on Twitter at @zboozee.
This week Ike and Steve talk about Consumer Reports and why they hate Land Rover so much, Ike's finally done moving to the new shop, a brand new Segment Stupid Projects and we start Rebelle Rally week with all the ways your can track our Full Sail Dream team during the event.
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Story of failure: Laughing at a friends expense in high school.In the last three years, Kase built a real estate development company that flips 60+ homes per year, acquired 120+ rental units and hit financial freedom. He focuses on firing himself everyday.Kase's wife, Laura, is seriously patient. Since the start of the pandemic, he's purchased a commercial airplane fuselage, a 42' school bus, an ambulance, imported $900k in classic Land Rover Defenders, and purchased 14 cubic yards of winter beanies. Kase & Laura, their two sons and their dog plan to live/travel in their Toyota Tacoma 4 months of the year starting in Nov 2022.In today's episode Kase talks about:trying to fire himself out of every projectgetting into real estate as an agentselling too much and starting a teamdoing taxes and understanding where he made his money80/20 Sales and Marketingmoving full time into flipping 2018handling 60 flips per yearthe checklist of things to do on a daily basishaving very few things that he doesn't want to dowhen he fires himself, what he fills his time withthe integrator and the visionarynot working on Sundaysworking from 5 AM - 9 AM and from 1 PM - 3 PMa schedule built around nap timegoal of traveling 4 months out of the yearparamotoring and flight having an affordable family and a reasonable budgethis dad retiring early and how it impacted himdid you buy another poopy house?intentionally teaching his childrenliving in West MichiganDetroit is awesomewhy Detroit is awesome“the failures that we've had are often small when we listen and look for red flags.”“The more my ego gets in the way, the bigger the failure is.”story of starting his own real estate brokerage and the failure that happenedthe wrong person in the seatwhy am i doing this?why bringing in additional mentorsthe difference between two teamsthe positive of bringing on a partnercreating waves and messescreating departments where people have the ability to make decisionsnot hiring someone like yourselfgoing from a team of 16 to 3going from delegating to automatingovercoming our lazinessIf this, then thatsimplifying complex actionshow do we make sure every lead doesn't fall through the cracksproductive lazyavoiding the proper sets and building systems to overcome thoseeat the frog!trying to scale down his time in the flipping businessit's a lot of work to growwhat is ten years from now?not knowing what's next“The scariest thing is often one of the best.”not sleeping at night is a very bad thingthe challenge of matching income and lifestyleopening yurts in Michigan (short term rentals)big value add projects and project managementbuying classic Landroverscreating a job out of anything in an hourcreating a system when buying and automating buying Landroversalmost buying an airplane from Kasetrying a lot of things because it doesn't cost a lot of money or timebuilding yurts because of buying an airplane150 miles at 5 mph“Sometimes failures happen and it leads to realization. Sometimes it doesn't.”“Sometimes knowing what you don't want to do is a good place.”getting thrown in jail?why he hates running but loves finishingcontinuing to push himselfInstagram - @overlandinvestorwww.overlandinvestor.com----www.professional-failure.com
Autopians are everywhere. You pass them in the street, you're probably married to one, you may have even birthed one. They come from the four corners of the planet as is represented in this week's podcast. Los Angeles, North Carolina, Australia and the UK are represented on this week's pod as Beau, Torch and Ute-Crushed David speak to the in-house designer Adrian Clark who has worked with such automotive mainstays as Land Rover. Adrian speaks on a number of topics related to design such as explaining the new Defender's "pointless" window square, the new Mustang's evolutionary rather than revolutionary design and even weighing on Torch and David's dirty laundry as the foursome spin out into an argument about whether Quantum Leap is a recognizable television show. Better Built. Better Backed.
FOLLOW UP: DEALERS NOW SUE ASTON MARTIN Two former Swiss dealers, who helped underwrite the Valkyrie and another project, who were being sued by Aston Martin have now counter-sued the manufacturer. This latest move came to light as the British firm moves to raise more cash through offering more shares for sale. There are no details as to what the claim is from Andreas Baenziger and Florian Kamelger, co-owners of the Swiss Nebula Project AG. To read more, click the CarDealer link here. VW LAUNCHES ‘NEW MOBILITY' BRANCHVolkswagen has launched a new branch, titled ‘New Mobility', which will be in charge of their EV and autonomous vehicle work. All ID vehicles will come under it's guidance. Thomas Ulbrich will head the department and be on the board of Cariad, the software wing of VW. Kai Gruenitz will be the boss of Cariad, moving from VW's commercial vehicle division. You can learn more by clicking this CarScoops link here. REALITY OF PUBLIC EV CHARGING COSTSTom Callow has written a piece on LinkedIn to help clarify the situation that is becoming more apparent with the costs of public and private EV charging. He explains why costs are rising and how it should be still cheaper than filling up an ICE. To read this, click the LinkedIn, erm, link here. VOLVO TO BUILD ELECTRIC LORRIESVolvo is to begin the production of electric lorries, based on their FH, FM and FMX models, due to the increased demand for zero emission commercial vehicles. They aim to have half their sales as electric by 2030. More can be found out by clicking this Reuters link here. MERCEDES UNVEILS NEW ELECTRIC LORRIESMercedes revealed four electric lorries, the eActors LongHaul, the eActros 300, the eAtego and FUSO eCanter. That covers heavy, medium and light trucks. For more information, click here for the Mercedes-Benz Trucks article link. GOOGLE MAPS RECOMMENDS MOST EFFICIENT ROUTEGoogle Maps has another new update for its service, this time apparently helping drivers to pick the most efficient route for the power train they have. Of course this can only be a rough guide. To learn more, click the Move Electric link here. ——————————————————————————-If you like what we do, on this show, and think it is worth a £1.00, please consider supporting us via Patreon. Here is the link to that CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST——————————————————————————-THE ROVER SOCIALFriend of the show, Chris “The Pollitt” Pollitt will be on stage discussing Land Rovers at an event pulled together by enthusiasts for enthusiasts that wasn't to be as accessible as possible to those who love all types of Land Rover. Click here to read the Car and Classic article. The event takes place on Saturday 25 September so book your tickets ASAP, which you can do by clicking this link here. NEW NEW CAR NEWSVauxhall GSe - Vauxhall has announced a sub brand for it's electrified vehicles, GSe. This is to be focused on performance vehicles, utilising the knowledge the rest of the Stellantis group has with hybrid technology. To find out more, click the EVO link here. LUNCHTIME READ: OPINION - WHY AREN'T WE ALLOWED TO BUY SMALL CHEAP CARS ANY MORE?Writing for Hagerty, Tom Barnard breaks down some of the reasons why there are so few small, affordable car options these days. Some of it is due to unintended consequences for positive moves, others are less so. Click here to have a read. LIST OF THE WEEK: 10 CARS THAT JUMPED THE GUNThis week's List of the Week, is all about the cars that were ahead of their time and as a consequence didn't find the sales that were hoped for. Run through the options from Hagerty by clicking this link and see if you agree with Andrew's choice. AND FINALLY: THE GR YARIS AERO THAT NEVER WASThanks to the pandemic and the fall out from that, the 2021 GR Yaris never raced in WRC as it was agreed to retain the same vehicles for an extra year before moving to the next upgrade in car technology. However, the WRC Wings team have been poking around what was worked on and how some of that knowledge was passed on, even though current rules require a lot less downforce to be generated. Click here to read what did happen.
Alex studied politics and history at Cambridge University, and has spent much of the last decade working, exploring and living in South East Asia. He received the single largest UK film grant for his debut documentary about Burma's lost royal family, We Were Kings. He is just about to release his book and TV series, The Last Overland, recreating one of the greatest overland adventures in history. Alex is also a fellow at the Royal Geographic Society. www.thelastoverland.com This is a Modern Huntsman production Support on pateron: www.patreon.com/byronpace Watch my latest film trailer, Paid in Blood www.byronpace.com
Would you like to move your business forward and gain momentum for free? That's the beauty of online marketing… it's a free and effective way to market your business so that you can find success. In this episode, I share 7 effective marketing strategies and activities that you can implement in your business, no matter what type of business you have, to generate momentum and accelerate your growth with purpose and ease, all using your online marketing. I also share a powerful 4 step method that you can use in your marketing for your sales pages, stories, social media, and opt-in pages in order to ensure that you're getting the most out of your marketing and momentum building activities. In this episode, we'll cover: The Land Rover effect. How your freebies and free value can elevate your brand identity. Your results speak volumes, so celebrate and share them. Recognise your own patterns. Momentum is generated by you, so how are you doing this? The importance of a business audit. Are you using the 80-20 rule on social media? Are you going above and beyond for your business? This does NOT mean hustling. This 4 step method; context, emotional connection, clear outcomes, and promise. Connect with me on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/_samanthahearne_/
This week Ike and Steve talk to Ed Testa about IE Rovers and their work on the Rebelle Rally Defender and then are joined by Eddie Mah to talk about the Sothern California Rover Club Rover Rendezvous 22, Ike reacts to the new Defender Trophy edition and the tiny Archonix Defender RC car.
She's a single mother who has bought a house, investment property and a Land Rover, all within 12 months,without help or relying on child support! Working very hard on OnlyFans and diligently changing her money story one day at a time, she is an absolute force of nature and we can't wait to share her with you! This year our Money Diaries are being brought to you by the legends at Shopback! Check them out at https://app.shopback.com/aus/partner/SOTM and you'll get a cashback bonus when you sign up! Acknowledgement of Country By Natarsha Bamblett aka Queen Acknowledgements. The advice shared on She's on The Money is general in nature and does not consider your individual circumstances. She's on The Money exists purely for educational purposes and should not be relied upon to make an investment or financial decision. Victoria Devine and She's On The Money are Authorised Representatives of Infocus Securities Australia Proprietary Limited ABN 47 097 797 049 AFSL - AFSL 236523.
What are pros and cons of drilling a combinable crop through living mulch? Have you ever thought of converting your Land Rover to electric power. The answers on this week's podcast. We'll also talk free trees, agronomy, crop and market reports and the weather for the week to come. And, of course, pay our respects to her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
Big things is the subtitle for episode 286, as Benjamin and Sami drive and dive into a pair of new SUVs on the road. First up Benjamin discusses the 2023 Cadillac Escalade V, a large barge of a truck with nearly 50 percent more supercharged power than the normal Escalade. He describes what its like to wield that much force when you're piloting such an enormous vehicle. As usual, there are a more than a few tangents about related vehicles and the latest updates to GM's Super Cruise feature. Then Sami returns from Spain where he drove the new 2023 Range Rover Sport, including its impressive (to him) PHEV model. Sami answers the ever-important question of "Whats the deal with the Range Rover Sport anyways?" by telling you about its price, seat configuration and other products at Jaguar-Land Rover, before getting distracted by a LIGHTNING ROUND of Detroit Auto Show news. That's the fun of this week's episode, so be sure to subsribe, drop us a line on social media, or send us a tip through Ko-Fi!
“My whole life has been one safari and I am still living it now. Even as I sit here in Monaco, I cannot wait to get up and have another adventure.”My guest today, Geoffrey Kent, is the founder of luxury international travel company, Abercrombie & Kent, and the pioneer behind safari being a “hunt with a camera, and not with a gun.” After being expelled from school, riding a motorbike off into the Kenyan sunset, and later training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Geoffrey brought all his experiences together to forge a business that would not only change the face of travel, but also people's lives, forever. “Nobody had ever decided to camp on safari and guide people to take photographs.”We discuss Geoffrey's journey from starting with nothing but an old Land Rover and visionary ideas to how, 55 years after the founding of Abercrombie & Kent, he is enjoying life's safari with adventures spanning 150 countries - from the Galapagos to the South Pole. We also reflect on the meaning of prosperity and important lessons about money:“The most important thing about money I actually taught myself. You need to balance instinct with listening to other people. I am very instinctive and sometimes have had my fingers burned as a result. There will be moments where you make a lot of money and then think, ‘Wow, that was easy.' That is a big mistake, because making money is not easy. If you do not realise this the first time, then you are lucky. The second time around and you will come to understand how difficult it can be.”We also talk about:· The origins of the word ‘safari'.· Military training and its relationship with the new safari.· The rationale behind Geoffrey's drive to succeed.· The importance of keeping active through adventures.· The passion of polo and tangible liquid investments.Nicole Bremner is an investor and podcaster. After a successful decade building a multi-million property portfolio in London, Nicole was forced by a number of external obstacles to stop, take stock and figure out what really matters in life. Support the show
We have that ‘Friday feeling' as we're prepping to roll onto ASOTU CON. But first, we're talking about the Queen's epic taste in cars, the wholesale price index in August seeing some sinking numbers, as well as a bold move by retailer Lowes in its reorganizing marketing and merchandising. Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British Monarch passed away at age 96 years old surrounded by her family yesterday and will be remembered by millions across the globe for many things. One of them is a great, and quite tasteful car collectionRuled for over 70 years beginning when her father died suddenly in 1952 while she was on a trip in Kenya and was flown home. She didn't realize that she was to immediately become queen. Her coronation was the first international live TV broadcastTo the cars: Queen's first preference always steered toward British off-roaders throughout and even before her reign. Perhaps the first was an Austin K2/Y, which she would have used during her World War IShe loved Land Rover Defenders. Her favorite being a 2002 Defender 110 TD5 When the current-gen Defender rolled out, Land Rover gifted a Defender 130 to the British Red Cross for her 75th anniversary as queen in her honor to commemorate her long-standing relationship with the vehiclesHer fleet included several Bentleys, including Bentaygas and Arnage-based state limousines, including her golden jubilee steed from 2002Others included Rolls-Royce Phantom-based limousines, Rovers, Vauxhalls, and Aston MartinsBy law, she was the only driver in England who didn't need a licenseElizabeth's eldest son, Charles, 73, formerly the Prince of Wales, has immediately become the King of EnglandWholesale Used Car prices dropped 4% in August, the sharpest decline this year according to Cox Automotive data which is adjusted for mix, mileage and seasonality.They are still 8.4% higher than they were in August of last yearAccording to Black Book, pricing has consistently depreciated for the last 6 weeksLowe's fires its CMO and moves marketing under merchandising head Bill Boltz, executive vice president of merchandisingFollowing 2 quarters of decline from YoY comps, CMO Marisa Thalberg, chief brand and marketing officer at Lowe's, has left the home improvement retailer as part of a corporate reorganizationUnder Ms. Thalberg, Lowe's moved into several high-profile campaigns, including running commercials on ESPN during the NFL Draft broadcast. She was also key to new marketing initiatives at Lowe's, such as Halloween trick-or-treating, and Valentine's Day date night and Petco shops inside the chain's stores.Richard Sanderson, a consultant at Spencer Stuart, said the practice was more common in grocery more than a decade ago when “marketing was really driving weekly promotions and print circulars.”Get the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-emailASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
This week, we're heading to Southern Africa to learn about a disparate getaway that includes not only safaris, but the cultural city life, active adventures and a taste of art & history. Scott Simpson, grew up enjoying the bush in a Land Rover with a tent on top, where his adventurous parents exposed him to the beauty of the world through safaris and other rugged getaways. After growing up in South Africa, he moved to the UK and was introduced to the luxury travel industry. His former knowledge and current business venture led him back to South Africa managing ecolodges before meeting his wife and moving to her hometown, Tampa, to start their own business. On today's episode, we are talking about the South as a great destination with so many different things to offer. A typical safari can last up to two weeks long and is full of rigorous daily activities. Scott tells us how a trip with Exeter Safaris highlights all the treasures that Southern Africa has to offer and how it makes for a well rounded, variety packed travel experience. On top of your safari where you will view the big five, enjoy the beaches along the Cape of Good Hope or immerse yourself in an art and historical experience in Cape Town. All of southern Africa is at your fingertips, with many popular destinations like Botswana and Namibia just a short flight away. There is a higher density of wildlife in Southern Africa making the sightings more accessible and you have a better chance of seeing leopards, lions and hyenas. Tune in to find out more about this diverse adventure opportunity teeming with culture, wildlife and history in Southern Africa! Today on The Intrepid Traveler: ∙Scott's upbringing in the bush + how this and other opportunities shaped his life which led him to being the co-founder of Exeter Safaris.∙How a visit to the South can enrich your vacation to Africa with a variety of experiences including safaris, historical lessons and wildly adventurous activities.∙Kayaking with seals, stand up paddle board with penguins or mountain bike from winery to winery all near Cape Town∙ Combine completely different elements of Africa for the trip of a lifetime.∙ Higher density of wildlife in these areas and how that leads to a more probable sighting of lions, hyenas and even leopards.∙ Exclusive behind the scenes opportunities not available to the general public∙ Live like a king in Cape Town, a mecca for art, wine, good people and scenery∙ How Exeter prioritizes each client and their unique needs to create a life changing vacation Connect with the guests: Exeter Safaris - Luxury Untamed, AfricaScott Simpson on LinkedInExeter Safaris on Facebook Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today's episode of The Intrepid Traveler podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, please rate and review our show to help us reach even more aspiring travelers. Don't forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, Instagram or follow us on LinkedIn to stay up-to-date on our latest epic travel adventures!
Guest Cindy Arevalo is a survivor. She is an "Ally and Advocate" for other survivors in her community. She is an Author, Entrepreneur, Wife, and Mom. Cindy speaks of living in silence, breaking free from her thoughts, and what redemption means to her as she walks in a new life since she's been redeemed. WARNING: Graphic details when Cindy shares her story. ***** Kimberly Hobbs Welcome to Empowering Lives with Purpose. And I'm your host, Kimberly Hobbs. I am the founder of Women World Leaders. And ladies, we are glad to have you today and also our guest, who is Cindy Arevalo. From California. Cindy, thank you so much for being with us today. Cindy Arevalo Thank you so much for having me on Kimberly. It's my honor. Thank you. Kimberly Hobbs Awesome. And today lady, we are going to talk about Cindy's story storey living in silence and a word she chose today that is special to her as redeemed. So we will be talking about that today. And it's our hope that through listening ladies that you will be inspired and encouraged to walk closer to Jesus when you hear some of these amazing life stories of how other women have overcome. It helps us to relate, to have compassion to spark ideas in our own life of how we can walk closer with our Lord and Savior. And so that again, the name of our podcast empowering lives with purpose. And God's word says they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb. And by the word of their testimony, that's revelation 1211. And that really is a scripture that's awesome to even Cindy because she testifies of her story, God's story that he has given her and she's going to share that today, but I want to share a little bit about who she is. And before we get into this story, Cindy Arevalo is an entrepreneur and works in financial services with her husband, she is also the author of living in silence where she shares her story of being a survivor. She reveals the torment and abuse that she battled in secret at the hands of one of her teachers. Cindy found her voice and claimed her freedom, and now works serving as an ally and an advocate for other survivors in her community. And through her book and breaking the silence, she has created a larger network of support and hope for survivors of sexual assault across the globe. Cindy and Juan live in California with their children, and she loves answers Jesus now passionately. And today, she wanted to come on to empower you ladies with purpose and share what God is now doing in her life since she has found Jesus. Amen to that. So Cindy, you chose the word redeemed today. And before we get into sharing about why that word is so important to you. Could you please share a little bit about your story about the tragedy of it? You were raped. And it caused you through the years to run away from God. So let's begin there. Cindy Arevalo Yes, so I actually was 14 at the time when I met my abuser. He was a former substitute teacher of mine. And how he started grooming me was because he saw an insight of pretty much who I was at the time and at the time, I was very naive, very insecure. I was just very shy. And I was looking in him what I was not getting at home. I don't know if that makes sense. So my parents worked long hours. My dad worked great night shifts. My mother cleaned houses for a living. She didn't drive had to commute on the bus or on the train. So she leaves the house about 5am come home at 7pm She was tired. My dad was working. And my sister who is much older than me was busy in her own life. So I pretty much felt alone in the house. And anytime I tried talking to any of them, it felt like too much for them because they were just so exhausted from work. And here comes this man. And he gives me attention, which is something I was not getting at home he gives me attention he tells me I'm pretty that I'm smart that I'm more mature for my age that my jewelry looks nice. He started complimenting me on jewelry, just simple things. And he made me feel special. So I at the time felt so far behind from I'm the curveball when it came to boys. I liked boys, but I felt like they didn't like me. I had really bad acne on my forehead. My hair was super puffy, just unruly. It was going through its own phase, my teeth were crooked at the time. And I didn't feel beautiful. I was ashamed to show my arms because I thought they were funny looking, they were skinny. And how that ended up happening was because one time when I was 11, I was my first spaghetti structure. And they felt like I was like growing up wearing my first spaghetti strap and my, my dad saw me and one of my aunts, and they looked at me in horror and in disgust. And I felt ashamed. I felt like I did something bad. And the way that they looked at me, they even pretended to gag and they said, What are you wearing? You're not wearing any clothes, you're naked, you're disgusting, I felt that that I did something wrong. So since then, I used to wear even sweaters and the summer, anything was better I would I was more comfortable being sweaty, and hot during the summer then to show my arms and feel exposed. So he would compliment me on my arms, which is the opposite of what I was taught as a child. And I thought, well, you know, maybe he's right, my arms are pretty nice. So then I started wearing just my, my regular uniform shirt without a sweater over anymore. And he slowly started asking me more about who lives with me, who am I around? What are their work hours, like, and I thought, he really cares about me. But what I didn't know was that he was just figuring out my surroundings and my insights, to have more access to me. And he knew how insecure and shy I was, he knew that I had no experience with boys. He was aware that my parents were so busy that they were not around, let alone my sister. So he found it as the perfect opportunity to just take a hold over me. He started telling me that he liked me. And by like, I couldn't process like yet. I thought, okay, he likes me as a person. And then he meant no, romantically. So he's he started telling me that I was beautiful, that one day we were going to get married, and I was going to live with him on his boat. And he just painted this whole idea in my mind. And I believed it because I actually had a crush on him at the time, not knowing that it was unhealthy that it was not right, that it was a secret to begin with. Because he told me, you can't tell anybody about this. Because if you tell somebody, I'm gonna get in trouble. And so where are you? And you don't want that, do you? And I said, No, absolutely not. And let me just say you were little you were like 12 or 13. Right when this started, I was 14 when this started. Just very naive. My parents ever spoke to me about sex about boys, it was always a taboo subject and don't touch it. And if we don't touch it, it doesn't happen. It doesn't exist. And I wish my parents would have been a little more vocal, just so I would have been aware. And I would have avoided situations like that. Kimberly Hobbs Mm hmm. Wow. So how then did the start that was how he started to zone in on you? And then it actually became where he physically raped you? Cindy Arevalo Yes. So he first started, of course, grooming me complimenting me. And then he led it to bone sex. So he started in steps, he started gaining my trust, building a friendship with me, telling me that I'm beautiful, telling me that he likes me romantically. And now he's teaching me he's educating me on what it is to have a boyfriend and what do boyfriend and girlfriends do and what do people and love do with each other? So he starts teaching me about phone sex first, and then he starts moving on from that. So prior to moving on from that one of the conversations that I had with him, I had just hung up the phone with him, but my sister picked up the other line before we hung up the phone. It was a two story apartment. And she heard him just say bye. That's all she heard. And she comes up to me and she goes, who was that? And I said, oh a friend. She said no, that that did not sound like the boy that sounded like a man who was that? I said, Oh, it was a friend. She goes no, that sounded like a man. And I said no, it was friend, she didn't believe me. She went to my mother. She said, I don't know what she's up to. I don't know what she's doing. She's being gross and disgusting. She's talking to an older man, you need to discipline her, you need to talk to her. So my mom called me over, but instead of asking me, who are you talking to? Who is that? Why is it so wrong to be talking to an older man? She just, she just hit me in the face. She called me a slut. She said, I was wrong. I was disgusting. What was I up to? What was I doing? And that felt like she did enough to just discipline me. It was a subject that became untouched in the moment. And then my sister, dialed I believe was Star 69. Back then to call back the number. And he picked up thinking it was me. And she went off on the phone with him, she cussed him out. She told him that if he ever got near me again, if he ever contacted me again, if he ever was around me again, she would report him to the police. And she felt like that was that was enough. And she didn't explain to me why it was bad. Nobody explained to me why they were afraid in that moment, or why it seemed alarming. So she went off back to her room. My mom was watching a soap opera back like nothing happened. And I'm sitting there confused. of what's going on. Why is this bad? What did I do something bad? What's what's happening? I'm confused. So then my mother in the night, asked me who was that man? I said, He's the, he's a teacher. He got hired to teach Pe by then at a permanent capacity. And she goes, Oh, okay, a teacher. And what does he look like? And I said, Oh, he's white. He's tall. He's big. And she's like, Oh, okay, he's white. And does he drive a nice car? And like, I think so she's like, what is that? I said, I think it's a Land Rover. She goes, Oh, okay. Those are expensive cars. Then you said he's a teacher, right? I said, Yeah. She goes, so teachers make good money, right? And I said, I don't know. I mean, I'm 14. I don't know. And she goes, Okay. Well, I had a friend who actually married an older man when she was of age. And now they live happily ever after. So who knows? Maybe, maybe when you're older, and you're of age, you know, it might turn into something. She's like, Oh, my goodness, he must be so afraid. You know, just give him a call. He's probably scared. Give them a call and let them know that, that it's okay. So I'm thinking and my mom thinks there's nothing wrong. Okay, then it's fine. And nothing else came to my mind. So I called him. He's not answering the phone. I call him again, I leave on my voicemail saying My mom says it's okay to talk to you. And he doesn't believe me, but he does call me back. And he says, No, I can't talk to you anymore. Your sister threatened me and no, I'm not going to lose my my job over this. And I said, But my mom said it's okay. And you said what? I sent my mom said, It's okay for me to talk to you. And he said, I don't believe you. He's like, put her on the phone. I said she doesn't speak English. He said whatever he was, she knows that's basic enough for me to understand. I need to hear it from her. So I gave my mom the phone and I told her to just say whatever she could, letting him know that it was okay. And all she said was it's okay. That's all she said. And from there, that was the greenlight that was where he felt like he had more than a foot in through the door now. He felt my mom's aware mom's aware of who I am. What I do. I'm in school. I have a romantic interest in her daughter, and she's okay with it. And from that moment, he started planning. So he planned the first attack. After I came out of middle school, starting high school, I was in a summer break of two months. So he started the first attack there saying, I missed you so much, but we can be seen in public. Let's meet up in a hotel room, somewhere where you can walk because again, we can be seen in public. And I'm thinking we're gonna hang out, we're gonna watch movies. We're gonna order pizza, because he said he missed me. That's what I'm thinking. And it was the opposite of what I was found with in that moment. He pushed me against the wall. The room was dark. I was frightened. Everything was so new to me. He was like on this frenzy of just uncontrollable lust. He started undressing me he pushed me swimming against the bed. He starts pulling my pants down my underwear and he starts giving me oral sex and I tense up, I close my legs, I clenched, and he's upset because he said, If only you were to enjoy this, you would understand how good it feels. And I was crying, I'm scared. I said, I don't feel comfortable. He said, You just need to relax. If you relax, it's going to feel good. So he switched tactics trying to relax me. He started fingering me. And it just, it hurts so much. And I was crying even more letting him know, it just hurts. And he was frustrated, he was angry. He felt like he was not getting what he imagined in that moment. So he tried penetrating me there in that moment, and I was crying because I hurt so much. And he was unsuccessful of penetrating me in that moment. And I cried, I couldn't believe what was happening. I was confused. I knew something wasn't right. I was afraid to tell him something doesn't feel right, because I did not want to upset him more. And he said, Okay, I'm not leaving here. Like this. In other words, he's pretty much letting me know, I didn't come here to spend my time like this. So he says, I'm gonna teach you to give me a blow job. So he teaches me how to give him a blowjob. And once he finishes, I'm confused, I'm disgusted. And he is mad. He looks upset, because he didn't get what he wanted to get at the end of the day. But it was enough. And he cannot just dispose of me. He's like, okay, you can go now, type of thing. And as I'm walking home, I'm confused somewhat, what just happened? Did I upset him? I'm not ever thinking he did something wrong. I think I'm in the wrong. I'm like, Did I do something to upset him? But if this is what people do, when they're in love, why do I feel this way? Why, why am I being this way? Why does it not feel natural? I have a lot of questions. Kimberly Hobbs Yes. And that is why I believe that as you were sharing with me earlier, Cindy, that again, you started seeking, you started looking for things in all the wrong places because you didn't know what to do with this. And the cycle continued, right? Like you were just you were wandering and at this time, you didn't know Jesus, your family. I mean, it just was all of all of what happened in that place and forming you and in it was just horrific. You got involved in anything that you could find to help you heal from this, which was, again, you were left to your own. And so can you talk about right now, as we see all that happened, okay. And I don't want to take away from anything that you had experienced through that time. But dealing with going to all these different things to satisfy the healing that didn't work. Let's fast forward years ahead. To you meet this man. You meet another man. And let's talk about what happened there. Because that changed the direction of your life. Cindy Arevalo Yes, so actually, it was me and my husband, who met him. He's a good friend of ours now. And at the time, we it's the first time we meet him. He says, Hi, I'm and he says his name. And we introduce ourselves. He says, Hey, by any chance, have you accepted Christ in your life? And we said, No. And he said, Would you like to? I said, Sure. My husband also agreed. So in that moment, he prayed for us. And for so, so long, I ran away from Christ because I thought I was so unworthy. I thought I was so full of baggage and shame and guilt and anxiety and depression and suicide and so many, so many things, so much baggage, and I thought, Who am I to come to Christ as to ask him for help. When I've done all of this, who am I? I'm not worthy. And I thought I was going to face an angry Christ at me. And it was the opposite. And that moment when I accepted Christ, I started crying because I could not believe with what I was found with I was found in that moment with His grace with his love. Oh, just a beautiful, warm, letting me know, I'm here. I've been here, man. And in that moment, I couldn't believe it that somebody like him would want somebody as broken as me. But here he was letting me know that it was, it was not anything for him that it wasn't too heavy for him that it wasn't too dirty for him, that it wasn't too much of anything for him that he could redeem me that he could set me free. Kimberly Hobbs Amen. And I'm sure that there are ladies out there listening that can relate to finding Jesus and feeling that moment of release that now Jesus is here, you don't ever have to be alone again. And just knowing that you have now met your Creator, personally, and that you are free from all of the shame and guilt that you are carrying through these years. Because that incident and what happened in the in between and ladies, you can read Cindy's book, Keeping the Silence and are living in silence, to find out that in between but but now she has Jesus and your life was changing. Cindy, and you couldn't believe that God wanted someone like you, you said, you were forgiven. But you couldn't forgive your abuser. Even at this moment, even though you knew that you were forgiven. And you loved that, that moment in that time in your life with Jesus and you were learning. But you were still a judge. And you you told me about this and you wished you wished the best for this perpetrator as they sent him to prison, because you went through all of that too, and he did go to prison. But you're like you wish him the best. So long farewell. But God says that we're not to hold a grudge. And when you and this is a scripture verse, ladies, when you are praying first forgive anyone you are holding a grudge against, so that your Father in heaven will forgive your sins, too. That's Mark 1125. So can you share here, Cindy, about what you went through when you had to face? That? You're not a judge? Cindy Arevalo Yes, it actually took a movie. For me to have that moment. I don't know if you're familiar with the movie, the shack, it's a book also. And I was watching the shack and there's a scene in there, where it shows a father and his two children there, a son and a daughter, and he has to convict one and save one. And then that moment, he realizes he can't do that no matter what each of them has done. They've all done something. But he can't do that. Because he loves them so much. And in that moment, that was what hit me like a ton of bricks. I thought that's, that's our father, who am I to? to literally just say, Father, please forgive me. You know what I've done. But please forgive me. I'm so sorry for what I've done. But no, you know what he has done? And no, he's really bad, some mean person to not forgive him? Who am I to say that we are all his creations? At the end of the day, we are his creations we are His children. And who am I to tell him Lord, do not forgive him? I've been a really good judge and judging him for what he has done to me and the other girls. And I thought, No, I can't do that. And in that moment, I felt where I told myself, Lord, please soften up my heart because my heart was so hard towards them. So cold, so bitter, so dark towards him. And I thought, Lord, please soften up my heart. And I said, I give him to you. I lay him at your feet. I don't want to take it back. Because there was a lot of times where I thought, okay, forgive him, leave it at his feet, but then I would take it back and then I'm bitter again. I'm angry and all the emotions would just come up and that no, Lord, I'm leaving him to you. I'm giving him to you. And I felt freedom in that moment, where now I can talk about him. I can talk about the abuse and it doesn't hurt me anymore. I remember everything very vividly. But it doesn't hurt me anymore because I feel healed by God. And that's only something that Jesus Christ can do. Nobody else can do. knew that I was looking into the New Age stuff, the stones, the chakras, the meditation, the sound, bath, the stage, the palo santo all these things that they sell you on, and it was all just temporary peace and Christ gave me my everlasting peace, especially women from my abuser. Praise God. And you saw that all have sinned and come short of the glory of God. God tells us that in his words. So, like you said, Who am I to be judge? I mean, God looks at all sin, and all sinners and praise God for movies in our life that can show us things like this that we can understand and get a clearer picture. So the word redeemed that you claimed as your word, Cindy, is found 147 times in God's word, and I love the Scripture Galatians 220 It says, I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live but Christ who lives in me, and the life I now live in the flesh. I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me, and gave himself for me, and that is a beautiful picture of redemption. So Cindy, now you live in freedom since you've been redeemed and you've been forgiven yourself, and you forgave your perpetrator. And Psalm 1072 says, Let the redeemed of the Lord say so whom He has redeemed from trouble. And you could have gone the opposite way, honey, and you could have held on to all the anger and the bitterness which ladies listening some of us do we hang on to that ugliness when we've been wronged in our life. And so this redemption word, can you talk about this redemption word you did a little bit. But let's, before we close, because we only have a couple minutes, but talk about your redemption. Yes, I felt set free. I didn't have any more chains attached to any more bondage. I didn't have my abuser anymore attached to me in any shape way or form emotionally. Because that's where I had the attachment with him was emotionally in my heart, I could not forgive I couldn't not let go of the hurt because of what he said and did to me. And that was an attachment that I had with him even though I claimed I did not have any more attached to him. That was one that was really big that was keeping us binded together. And the moment that I forgave him, that attachment broke off of me, and I found my freedom. So it's not something that happened overnight. It didn't happen in a couple of months, it took years. But more than anything, it took a lot of intimacy with the Lord spending a lot of time with him, because they were moments that just felt really difficult and the idea of forgiving, was almost an impossible idea and in my flesh, yes, completely impossible but but by the grace and the strength of God, not impossible at all. Kimberly Hobbs Amen, honey, amen. That's so true. You had every right in the world's eyes, right to be furious with somebody who wrecked your life. But God right God showed up. He says Don't let sin are don't sin by letting anger control you, or give a foothold to the devil. That's Ephesians 626 to 27. Don't let anger control you ladies are the bitterness that comes because somebody else has sinned. Don't give into that. No more bondage, right? God freed you, Sunday and by God's grace, you can have redemption. Through the blood of Jesus, that word redeemed is so beautiful. God gave himself for us to redeem us all ladies. So I'm asking Cindy as we close right now, what is one piece of advice, honey that the listener who has identified to you with you as you have shared bit by bit that ugliness I know there's women out there that have been through what you have been through, and it brings up all these thoughts for them and they're hurting? What is that way that you can or give us something that you can leave with them that gives them hope? And something that they can take to their heart? Cindy Arevalo Yes. Well, first of all, I do want to tell the ladies that they are not alone, that they are believed they are heard, they are seen. They are loved. They are the daughters of the King. And I want to say that above all else, guard your heart for everything you do flows from it. That's proverbs 423. And, therefore if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come, the old has gone, the new is here. And I want to I want to just say that you're not too much, you're not too broken. You're not too dirty, you're not too full of sin and shame. You're not too much of anything for our Lord, He gave His life for us, he already took care of that price for you on the cross. And I want to tell you that he loves you. He wants to redeem you. He wants to set you free and make a new creation in you. But you need to be willing to just open up your heart and fully surrender it all. To him, Give it all to him, lay it all at his feet. And I like this verse from Ecclesiastes 311, that says he has made everything beautiful in its time. And I really do believe that I believe that what I went through was not something in vain. I believe that that is something that the Lord is now using for a testimony because, unfortunately, sexual abuse happens far too often and far more often than we would like to imagine, especially nowadays, and there are a lot of communities out there that offer a lot of help and resources. Kimberly Hobbs Amen, there are and, ladies, one way is you can reach out to us at women world leaders email@example.com. And just let us know that you want to speak with us and and we can there are women that will just pray with you and listen. And also I know Cindy that you have made yourself available and your book available. And if you want to receive a copy of Cindy's book living in silence, can you tell the ladies how they can get that? Yes. So if you go on Amazon, you type in living in silence by Cindy Arevalo, it'll come right back up. And then I also have an audio version of it. For the ones that like to hear audible. There is an audible version of the book as well. Thank you. And then if they want to reach you personally, you have made yourself available as well. And how can they reach you personally? Cindy Arevalo The best way for me it's actually through Instagram. So if you type in _Cindy_Arevalo. You're able to find me on Instagram to send me a message. Kimberly Hobbs And Arevalo is spelled Arevalo. And Cindy, we are just so grateful again that you would come on and you would just share with the listener and I just feel really compelled right now to close out praying over the listener that right now maybe processing because of that word picture that you started out with in your story. It may have brought up so much for that person that is listening right now. And I just want to pray a covering over them. So can we pray together for our sisters? Yes. Dear Lord Jesus, we just come before you right now God and we just pray over our listeners. Lord, we just pray that that one particular woman right now, that one particular girl right now that this has triggered some things in her past that she has not released to you God that she is holding on to so tightly that that hurt that brokenness, that anger that bitterness and and we understand that but God, please just open her heart to you right now and speak into her heart. And she knows who she is right now as she's listening God. And please just hear her heart, hear her brokenness, hear her need for you, Lord, and we ask that you would reach her where she is God that you would allow her to step out and find help Lord, whether it be through women world leaders.com And she reaches out to us or whether it be to Cindy and she reaches out to Cindy, God whoever let her find the resources she needs Lord, and only you know who that is and that each individual person that you would equip them, you would give them a word you would give them a confirmation at this very moment, Lord, that you are with her right now. And that you don't want her to hurt Lord and you never leave any of us alone. You tell us that in your word and your promises are true. And Lord you are near to the brokenhearted. So God as you are near to each of these ladies, we just pray again God that you would just pour into her through the power of your word there is healing in the word, there's restoration in the Word, and there is redemption, as Cindy has chosen the word redeemed, and she is proclaiming it God to the world. We pray that that person today that needs your redemption, we just trust in Jesus as her own personal Lord and Savior, Lord, and she would trust that that is the only way that she is going to be free from all of this bondage in her life. And we pray right now that she surrenders her knee to what Jesus did on the cross for her sins and says, Yes, Lord Jesus, I accept you in my heart. Yes, Jesus, I want to make you Lord of my life. Please forgive me, Lord. And please come into my heart and be my savior, guide me and direct me into the truths that you have from my life. So I can be set free from all the pain and suffering that I have been doing. Lord, we pray that over the woman listening right now that need you so desperately, God, speak to her heart in every way that only you can. And again, we thank you, I thank you for sending my sister who's come forward to share her story so that others can find healing. And God we know that you are going to do a mighty work through this podcast. We know right now that you are working in the hearts of women. And maybe it's the woman who's listening that knows a sister that is hurting and holding all this deep inside and she can't reach her but God maybe this podcast can, and she can share this podcast with her. And so we pray over that right now to or whatever way that you see getting this podcast into the world. We pray it be done and we just thank you God for who you are in our lives and that you love us so much as your perfect creation. Just as Cindy said she felt so ugly and so ashamed and carried guilt and carried so much for so long. But God you look at Cindy has beautiful God she is your creation created a new in Christ Jesus to do the very good things that you planned for her long ago, that your word and Ephesians 210 You created each of these beautiful women. God was a purpose and a plan and they are beautiful in your sight. So God we just pray that you pour into them right now however you will and we thank you again. Thank you for this podcast. Thank you for Cindy our valo card. Thank you for women, world leaders and the ability to be here today. And we love you and we praise you in Jesus name. Amen. Thank you Cindy. Thank you ladies we are going to close out because we are over our time but again, please reach out to us we have so many tools for you at women world leaders.com We have books we have voice of truth magazine that brings hope and healing to your to your soul. Please check us out you can read it for free on women world leaders.com That's voice of truth and just go through this this unbelievable magazine that is filled with the gospel message of Jesus scriptures that will touch your heart. Ladies, we are here for you. So as we close, God bless you remember all content is copyrighted and cannot be used without express written consent. Have a beautiful day. Thank you, Cindy. God bless you
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Tuesday offers us a vague and precise picture of our future as we cover some highly audacious EV goals from Elon, a new way to do navigation (you're gonna love it), as well as some stats on how fast people are watching your YouTube videos. Elon Musk tweets that Tesla could “probably” make 20 million EVs per year by the year 2030 in a Monday morning tweet. Analysis by Reuters shows that would make Tesla twice the size of any automaker in history, accounting for roughly 20% of the global vehicle market and would be a 13-fold increase over the estimated 1.5 million vehicles it hopes to sell this yearTesla would need to build seven or eight more "gigafactories" - an average of one every 12 months or so - take share from every competitor and emerge as a company the size of Volkswagen and Toyota Motor Corp combinedThey would need to increase battery capacity by 30xRaw material capacity to support the planned production in 2030 does not exist today, experts sayTake away: Definitely a fence-swingerWhat3words is poised to change navigation, retail, and safety with its simple way to communicate navigation coordinatesTouted as the only navigation system designed for voice, w3w divides map into 3 meter squares and gives each a unique combination of 3 words Use categories listed include Automotive, Logistics, ride hailing, ecomm, infrastructure, uav and moreBreaks language barriers as it can deliver a 3 word address in 35 languages regardless of locationAdoption by Ford, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Subaru, Tata, and VinfastTake away: ///drips.knee.vision is the location of the mainstage at ASOTU.CON btwYouTube says a rising number of users are increasing playback speedsMore people are using the playback speed feature on YT and the company reports that it is saving over 900 years of video playback time per day“YouTube currently supports watching at 0.25x, 0.5x, 0.75x, Normal (the default), 1.25x, 1.5x, 1.75x, and 2x. As you can imagine, most people watch on the default speed, but we found that when people use this feature, the vast majority of the time they choose to watch a little bit faster - in fact, this feature was used to speed up content more than 85% of the time.”1.5x is the most common speed used followed by 2x and then 1.25xMost common custom speed is 1.1xStarting at 6am, playback speeds weren't used as often, engagement w speed rises near midday, slight dip dinnertime, between 7pm and 8pm, spikes between 9pm and 1am in their respective time zonesTake away: Make good content and speed won't matterGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/Rock with us LIVE at ASOTU CON! Tickets: https://www.asotucon.comJOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email
Welcome back to TFLtalk! In this podcast, Roman chats with his good friend Steve - an avid off-roader - about his epically built Land Rover Defender and everything he's put into it so far. Among examples of the brand new Defender, this may be one of the coolest and most badass we've seen yet.
Part two:Rejoin Jason and Wesley on their road-trip to Atlanta, Georgia, for a special emergency management training and product launch. See a whole new side to Wesley as the two get into a colorful discussion about bug-out vehicles. What would be your ideal bug-out vehicle? Let us know in the comments.Our Sponsors:Doberman Emergency Management GroupWhen you need an emergency plan, you need Doberman Emergency Management. Their expert practitioners use best practice, data, and career experience to help you. So whether you're buying a home and want to know about your local hazards, Or you're a professional needing additional support, Doberman Emergency Management can help. Visit www.DobermanEMG.com today to learn more.Instinct Ready DisasterClass is brought to you by Instinct Ready. Instinct Ready is working to educate, prepare, and equip the everyday person for disasters through comprehensive education and premium products. DisasterClass listeners can get 10% off sitewide at instinctready.com with promo code DisasterClass. Shop items like the U-PAK pro, the most versatile, practical, and functional 72-hour survival system available. Or learn how to plan for disasters with the Community Emergency Planning online course. Visit www.instinctready.com today, because preparedness starts at home.
This week Ike and Steve talk about Consumer Reports not recommending you buy any Land Rover, Twisted transitioning to staff ownership, JLR EV plans, New Land Rover Trophy Camp edition, workshop updates and Land Rovers in the Movies: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.
VIDEO VERSION OF THIS: https://youtu.be/f0AacdZUT7s FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM FOR MORE CONTEXT ON MY GUESTS: https://www.instagram.com/crownunfiltered/ ABOUT MATT: Matt Swann is a multi-disciplinary Creative Design Director from the UK. This is the first time that we have met, but we have many mutual friends and I have long been aware of Matt's work. He studied at Coventry as well as the RCA, graduating with a monster group of designers that include Pratap Bose, Robert Melville, Chloe Nunn (formerly Edwards) and Ben Payne. Matt was the head of Exteriors at Tata, before making the pilgrimage to China where he was the Director of Exterior Design for Haval. Prior to that he worked for LandRover, Lotus (He designed the 2010 Elise Concept) and Ford. He has recently returned to the UK and is the Vehicle Design Director at Project 3, a mobility startup backed by Rimac, KIA and Infinum. They have vowed to completely redefine Urban Mobility, but not much else can be said at this stage. Matt is super excited and I was trying desperately to get him to spill the beans, but he was tight-lipped on the matter. That said, they are looking for designers, so hit him up if you have the goods! FIND MATT HERE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-swann-a0092024/ https://www.instagram.com/512modulo/ PROJECT3 MOBILITY: https://p3m.com/ ==================================================== ABOUT ME: I am a South African Designer, Digital Modeller and the host of Crown Unfiltered. I will be talking to a cross section of people that work in the Car Design Industry. These will include designers, digital and clay modellers, vis artists and colour & material designers. The focus of our conversations will be centered around personal processes and experiences within the business. My aim is to demystify some of the preconceptions about this industry and give people an unadulterated glimpse into the business. I also wish to give the younger generation the opportunity to see that the people that these professionals come in different shapes and sizes and some of them will be unknown. The intention is to see that you should always be yourself and not let your job define or change who you are. Please get in contact if there is something specific you would like me to cover. I would also be really grateful if you could subscribe and share the podcast with anyone that has an affinity for cars, design or both. Thank you! Sam FIND ME HERE!!! : https://www.instagram.com/crownunfiltered/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sam-ofsowitz-8b7a531a/ https://twitter.com/SOfsowitz https://www.facebook.com/crown.unfiltered.7
2nd Hand Overland joins us remotely from beautiful Scottsdale Arizona! We dive into the joys of owning Land Rovers, operating radios, and overall shenanigans. YouTube: 2nd Hand Overland Instagram: @2ndhandoverland
This week Ike and Steve talk about what they did on their summer break and Steve sits down with Vlado from Heyus Land Rovers and LandRoverista on Instagram live in Slovakia, to chat about all things Land Rove! It's been a great summer but it's time to get back to that sweet sweet Land Rover content!
What an exciting episode! I spill the full, juicy story behind how I walked into a Land Rover dealership last week to test drive my vision board car... and ended up leaving 9 hours later with the car of my DREAMS. Then, I go into all of my tips on how you can manifest something similar, with the techniques I used to get me here. This episode is TRULY two years in the making, and I can't wait to share it with you! I hope you enjoy the story and can apply these manifesting tips to your own life. :) Stock up on Slingshot Session replays: https://haley-hoffman-smith.mykajabi.com/slingshot-sessions-1
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Compartilhei no Facebook um texto de Rafael Rez que merece ser usado neste Cafezinho. Diz assim: O TikTok está aos poucos estragando todas as plataformas digitais. O Twitter criou recentemente uma timeline baseada em vídeos curtos. O Instagram mudou completamente a proposta inicial para vídeos curtos e stories em vídeos. O Youtube começou a dar um destaque desproporcional aos shorts, dando um tiro no próprio pé e forçando os criadores de conteúdo que sempre apostaram em vídeos mais profundos a criar vídeos curtos de entretenimento. Pouco a pouco cada plataforma vai perdendo seu caráter de exclusividade, sua proposta de valor original e matando seu diferencial. Estão todas querendo copiar o modelo atual da moda e corrompendo aquilo que as tornava únicas. No passado a Volvo já foi reconhecida pelos carros seguros, a Mercedes pelo status e a Land Rover pelos utilitários. Hoje todas as marcas de carro tentam ser tudo ao mesmo tempo e nenhuma tem mais um espaço exclusivo na mente do cliente. Aos poucos estamos vendo a padronização de todas as redes sociais, vai ficando tudo igual e sem exclusividade. O desespero pelo curto prazo matando a estratégia de longo prazo estraga qualquer negócio, seja físico ou digital. Quem não aprende as lições do passado fatalmente cometerá os mesmos erros no futuro. Uma pena ver isso acontecendo. Vou continuar a reflexão neste vídeo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTFtYvIfEfI Gostou? De onde veio este, tem muito, mas muito mais. Torne-se um assinante do Café Brasil e nos ajude a continuar produzindo conteúdo gratuito que auxilia milhares de pessoas a refinar seu processo de julgamento e tomada de decisão. Acesse http://mundocafebrasil.com
Six soldiers, a pack of werewolves, and zero silver bullets...we're recapping Neil Marshall's 2005 film Dog Soldiers! This week we are joined by the hilarious Jon Gabrus (High and Mighty, Action Boyz, 101 Places to Party Before You Die) to discuss fun accents, Land Rover product placement, and the delicate art of consuming the correct amount of edibles. TRAILER Follow the show: @TSDWpodcast on Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram. Check out our Patreon for bonus episodes and additional content! Rate Too Scary; Didn't Watch 5 Stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Emily, Henley, and Sammy. Advertise on Too Scary; Didn't Watch via Gumball.fm Podcast artwork by @EllaTalkin See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.