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Put on your best baby tee, down some mushroom milk, and kick those legs, baby! Laura's back for another Super Live Adventure, and we're tackling some of life's big questions! What slurs do kids know these days? What is it with dads pooping their pants? Did Chris have a concussion at Laura's toga party a few years back? Is that why he pooped his pants? Is eggdumpsoup.com coming back? What are you doing after this? You want to go to a museum to look at some dongs? Should we bring the kids? We also have a new spoiler-free movie review from Li'l Eddie, plus a cryptic message from eggdumpsoup.org (visit at your own risk!) We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 781-POD-SLAP. Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/426ffaa67956/slap-newsletter All members of the Li'l Chub Club are invited to join us for a secret Staten Island rooftop show this Thursday, August 11th at 7:30. Not a member? Visit patreon.com/superliveadventure to join for as little as $1/month! Have you tried Ross yet? Get some delivered straight to your door and save 15% off any order of $25 or more using the promo code mentioned in this episode. Visit taprm.com for same day delivery in NYC, or visit us.taprm.com for nationwide delivery. For more ways to listen, podcast merch, and more, visit superliveadventure.com.
We are thrilled to bring you today's amazing guest, Alison Crosthwait. Alison spent 15 years as a trader and researcher in capital markets followed by a decade as a psychotherapist in private practice. Her own healing journey called her beyond psychotherapy and in 2020 she stepped away from her practice to become a guide. Now she holds space for full-being transformation. She is an advocate for psychedelic healing facilitated with preparation, integration and integrity. In today's episode you will learn: Alison's journey and why she stepped away from her professional licensing as a psycho therapist. Brief history of psychedelic (plant) medicine, including psilocybin, and the common misperceptions. The difference between micro and macro dosing. How these medicinal mushrooms have the power to help you get to the root of what's holding you back and make changes in your life so that you can focus on what you need and want. How these plants open up the neural networks in your brain and allow you to re-write the old stories and programs, in order to faciliate the change that you desire. Who is an ideal candidate for micro dosing. How Alison guides her clients to expand the possibilities in their life. You can find Alison on: www.expandwithmicrodosing.com Download her free guide to know if microdosing is right for you. IG: @alisoncrosthwait FB: @alisoncrosthwaittwriting LI: www.linkedin.com/in/alison-crosthwait/ This podcast is for informational purposes only. We are not offering medical advice and we don't encourage illegal activities. 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A.J. Jacobs is an American journalist, author, and lecturer best known for writing about his lifestyle experiments. He is an editor at large for Esquire and has worked for the Antioch Daily Ledger and Entertainment Weekly. AJ joins Nick to talk about the way we should be looking at life's puzzles, and how by viewing our daily challenges as not pain points, but instead as growth opportunities, we can scale our lives to the next level. KEY TAKEAWAYS Life becomes far more liberating when we reframe each moment in life as a challenge from which we can draw learnings. Development comes faster if we refuse to adhere to one type of problem solving, and instead adapt ourselves to suit the problem. When you are presented with a problem, instead of diving straight in, always take time to reflect upon the best way of tackling it. When you are in a flow state, it provides a sense of euphoria and presence. It allows us to become far more connected to ourself. BEST MOMENTS 'Seeing the world as a puzzle has improved my life' 'The key to life is being much more flexible in your thinking' 'Ask yourself - is there a better way to do this?' 'You are seeking the experience of flow and being in the moment' VALUABLE RESOURCES Scale Up with Nick Bradley: scaleup.vip/podcast Scale Up Your Business, coaching/consulting: https://suyb.global To download a free gift from Nick - The 5 Reasons Why Your Business Will Never Get To 8-Figures ... How To Fix It Fast! - https://www.scaleupmastermind.com/free-guide1 Take the SUYB Predictable Growth Assessment™, to measure your current business performance and show you where to focus next to get to where you want to be: https://scaleup.vip/PredictableGrowthAssessment AJ Jacobs - https://ajjacobs.com ABOUT THE HOST Nick Bradley is a renowned entrepreneur, investor, speaker, and business growth expert. His background is growing and scaling Venture Capital and Private Equity backed businesses, across the UK, the US, and further afield. Over the last decade, he has completed 117 acquisitions and 25 business exits with a combined valuation of over $5bn dollars. His “Scale Up Your Business” podcast, which ranked #1 on iTunes' business charts, has more than 350k downloads in over 130 countries. His mission is to help business founders build valuable businesses and create life-changing exits so they can realise freedom, wealth, and impact. CONTACT METHOD Nick's Facebook page: https://scaleup.vip/FB Nick's LinkedIn: https://scaleup.vip/LI Nick's Instagram: https://scaleup.vip/IG Scale Up Your Business, coaching/consulting: https://suyb.global We help business founders scale their business to a life-changing exit within 36 months. Please feel free to get in touch if we can assist.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
- Hội đồng Bảo an Liên hợp quốc đêm qua (8/8) theo giờ Việt Nam đã mở phiên họp khẩn để đánh giá về thỏa thuận ngừng bắn vừa đạt được giữa Israel và Palesstin dưới sự trung gian hòa giải của Ai Cập nhằm chấm dứt xung đột kéo dài 3 ngày qua tại Gaza. Tuy nhiên, theo đánh giá của dư luận, để duy trì được thỏa thuận đòi hỏi sự nỗ lực rất lớn của các bên. Tác giả : Hồng Nhung/VOV1 Chủ đề : căng thẳng, dải gaza --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
- Chủ tịch Nước Nguyễn Xuân Phúc gửi thư khen Phòng Cảnh sát Phòng cháy, chữa cháy và Cứu nạn, cứu hộ, Công an tỉnh Quảng Nam đã giải cứu 23 học sinh mắc kẹt do mưa lũ - Thủ tướng Chính phủ Phạm Minh Chính chủ trì Hội nghị sơ kết 6 tháng triển khai Đề án phát triển ứng dụng dữ liệu về dân cư, định danh và xác thực điện tử, phục vụ chuyển đổi số quốc gia giai đoạn 2022-2025, tầm nhìn đến năm 2030 ( gọi tắt là Đề án 06) - Thông tin của 66 triệu người Việt Nam, tương đương 2/3 dân số đang bị chia sẻ trên không gian mạng với nhiều hình thức, mức độ khác nhau - Áp thấp nhiệt đới khả năng mạnh lên thành bão trong hôm nay với sức gió mạnh nhất cấp 8, giật cấp 10 - Hội đồng bảo an Liên hợp quốc họp khẩn liên quan đến căng thẳng tại dải Gaza - Tư dinh của cựu Tổng thống Donald Trum bị khám xét, liên quan đến vụ điều tra về việc tiêu huỷ tài liệu mật tại đây Chủ đề : áp thấp nhiệt đới, chuyển thàn bão --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1thoisu0/support
Li um artigo de voçes o qual falava sobre pena de morte e uma pergunta de um leitor me atentou para alguns fatos ainda obscuros em minha compreençao. Quando li a resposta dada ao leitor me surprende concordando com a pena de morte, assunto que sempre preferi deixar à margem de minhas discussoes. Me atentei para fatos que sempre concordei mas nunca os conferi existencia, fatos esses por exemplo que dizem respeito a "ressocializaçao" do indivíduo. Entao pergunto, esse indivíduo era mesmo socializado antes? A ideia de pena alternativa nao confere uma fragilidade a lei penal? Como recuperar um criminoso como o maníaco do parque?
Bárbara: Oláááááá. Eu sou a Bárbara Stock Babica: E eu sou a Babica, o avatar da Bárbara que mora no celular dela. Bárbara: Somos as apresentadoras do Podcast Café Com Leite Babica: Um podcast para crianças inteligentes... Bárbara: ...e pais que se importam! Babica: Bárbara, eu queria pedir uma coisa para você! Bárbara: Diga, Babica! Babica: Nós estamos fazendo na segunda temporada do Café Com Leite, episódios que falam de filosofia, de moral e ética. Eu estou adorando! Mas queria que você contasse alguma história que ilustrasse o que está sendo mostrado lá. Você conta? Bárbara: Claro que conto! Tem uma história linda, chamada A Professora, O Relógio e a Lição de Vida, que chegou para mim pela internet, sem dizer quem é o autor. Vamos a ela. Música Bárbara: Um moço encontra uma senhora já idosa e lhe pergunta: — A senhora se lembra de mim? E a velha senhora diz 'não'. Então o moço diz: - Eu fui seu aluno! E a professora diz: — Ah, que bom! E o que você faz para viver? O jovem responde: — Bem, eu me tornei professor. — Ah, que bom, como eu? (disse a senhora) — Sim, senhora. Na verdade, eu me tornei professor porque a senhora me inspirou a ser como a senhora. A velha professora, curiosa, pergunta: - Que interessante! Mas qual momento foi que o inspirou a ser professor? E o jovem conta a seguinte história: — Um dia, um amigo meu, também estudante, chegou com um relógio novo e muito bonito, e eu decidi que queria o relógio para mim. Num momento em que ele estava distraído, eu o tirei do bolso dele, o roubei! Logo depois, meu amigo notou o roubo e imediatamente reclamou à nossa professora, que era o senhor. Então, a senhora parou a aula e disse: — O relógio deste garoto foi roubado durante a aula hoje! Quem o roubou, que devolva! Eu não devolvi porque não queria fazê-lo. Então a senhora fechou a porta e disse para todos nós: - Levantem-se! Vou vasculhar seus bolsos até encontrar o relógio! Mas a senhora nos mandou fechar os olhos, porque só procuraria se todos tivéssemos os olhos fechados. Então fechamos os olhos e a senhora foi procurando de bolso em bolso. Quando chegou ao meu, encontrou o relógio e o pegou. A senhora então continuou procurando os bolsos de todos da sala. Quando terminou, a senhora disse: — Abram os olhos. Achei o relógio. A senhora não me disse nada e nunca mencionou o episódio. Nunca disse para ninguém quem roubou o relógio. Foi o dia mais vergonhoso da minha vida, mas também foi o dia em que minha dignidade foi salva, pois não me tornei um ladrão, má pessoa, aos olhos de meus colegas. A senhora nunca me disse nada e, mesmo que não tenha me chamado a atenção, me dado uma lição de moral, recebi a mensagem claramente. Aprendi que nunca devemos pegar nada que não nos pertence, sem a permissão do dono. E, graças à senhora, entendi que é isso que um verdadeiro educador deve fazer. A senhora se lembra desse episódio, professora? E a professora responde: — Lembro-me da situação, do relógio roubado, de procurar em todos os bolsos, mas não lembro de você, porque também fechei os olhos enquanto procurava. Sobe a música Babica: Nossa, então ela nunca soube quem pegou o relógio? Bárbara: Nunca. Com os olhos fechados, ela não viu do bolso de quem tirou o relógio. Babica: Mas por que ela não contou para todo mundo? Ou não deu um castigo para o menino? Bárbara: Porque essa é a essência do ensino, Babica. Se para corrigir você precisa humilhar, você não é um verdadeiro educador! Babica: Ah, que legal! Tem mais histórias assim? Bárbara: Tem, Babica, de onde veio esta, tem muito mais! De quando em quando vamos contar outras. E você que está nos ouvindo, precisa conhecer o Podcast Café Com Leite! Babica: Isso mesmo! Em podcastcafecomleite.com.br Bárbara: Café Com Leite! O podcast para crianças inteligentes... Babica: ... e pais que se importam! As duas: tchaaaaaaaaauuuuu
- Thủ tướng Isael Yair Lapid ngày 08/08 bảo vệ quyết định phát động chiến dịch quân sự tại Dải Gaza, đồng thời tuyên bố nước này đã đạt được các mục tiêu đặt ra. Xung đột bùng phát cuối tuần qua giữa quân đội Israel và Nhóm Thánh chiến Hồi giáo Jihad (PIJ) trên Dải Gaza đã tạm lắng, sau khi hai bên đạt được thỏa thuận ngừng bắn dưới sự trung gian của Ai Cập. Tuy nhiên Liên hợp quốc cảnh báo bất kỳ sự tái diễn nào của các hành động thù địch đều sẽ gây ảnh hưởng tới các tiến bộ chính trị. Tác giả : Thu Hoài/VOV1 Chủ đề : xung đột, dải gaza --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
- Trong bối cảnh châu Âu đang đối mặt với khủng hoảng năng lượng - lương thực, Cộng hòa Czech ghi nhận mức tăng đột biến giá thực phẩm, nhiên liệu và dịch vụ, chạm mốc cao nhất trong năm nay. Cộng hòa Czech cũng nằm trong nhóm những quốc gia thành viên Liên minh châu Âu (EU) có chỉ số lạm phát cao nhất trong khối. Tác giả : Hải Đăng/VOV CH Czech Chủ đề : khủng hoảng, mặt hàng, tại czech --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
In this episode of The Advanced Selling Podcast, Bill and Bryan share the results they received from a recent poll they ran in the ASP LinkedIn group. The question was, "As you look to last half of '22, what is the ONE THING that you want help with?" They discuss not having enough leads, sales processes that last too long, and they will be devoting an entire episode all about inspiration next week. They'll be running more polls in the LI group soon so if you're not part of it, join now! http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/linkedin ================================= The Insider program is open for enrollment. If you have not checked out our version of a small learning group go to http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/insider to join today! Looking for more sales training like this podcast? Download our FREE audio program, The Ultimate Pre-Game. http://ultimatepregame.com =================================
Boom chickawow wow! When Steffy isn't lighting into Li for letting her needlessly grieve for months, she's making up for lost time with her hubba-hubba hubby. In other developments, Ridge can't help but channel Hall & Oates, thinking back to his capital-M Moment with Taylor and humming "Your kiss is on my list of the best things in life." Plus, Thomas has an ask of Hope that sends her spiraling. How will it all play out? Hot topic: Steffy and Finn are finally back together... But is what's next going to be a let-down for their fans? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/valerie-harvey/message
Rolf assures his partner-in-crime that their secret project will go off without a hitch, as Sarah and Xander go undercover to investigate Gwen--plus, Clyde, Nancy, Brady and Chloe do a investigating of their own and Li has a surprising connection to a Salem villain..... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/valerie-harvey/message
- Giao tranh giữa quân đội Israel và nhóm Thánh chiến Hồi giáo (Jihad) của dải Gaza bước sang ngày thứ 3 với độ khốc liệt gia tăng. Hội đồng Bảo an Liên Hợp Quốc đã lên kế hoạch họp khẩn và thế giới liên tục đưa ra những lời kêu gọi các bên kiềm chế. Tác giả : Đình Nam/VOV1 Chủ đề : chiến sự, gaza, chưa hại nhiệt --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
Paulino Gómez, de 71 años, pasó más de 100 días en la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos. En abril, salía a la terraza del hospital Valdecilla como parte de su recuperación. Era el primer paciente que disfrutaba de esta experiencia durante su hospitalización por coronavirus. A finales de julio, tras 6 meses hospitalizado, los últimos en Santa Clotilde. En Hoy por Hoy hemos hablado con él. Desde su casa en Liérganes va poco a poco recuperándose. “Ha sido horrible, por lo que me han contado, he estado 3 veces más allá que acá, más muerto que vivo por eso estoy inmensamente agradecido a todo el personal de Valdecilla, de Santa Clotilde…ha sido un regreso maravilloso venir a casa” nos ha relatado.Pa
Wow! I cannot believe it's been four years since my husband Ryan Van Fleet of Good Karma Sportfishing launched his podcast. Lions Gate and Podcast Celebration! Thank you for listening and sharing! Good stuff ahead! The incredible money course I share is Money Mentality Makeover from Amanda Frances. Affiliate link below: https://dj613.isrefer.com/go/mmmc/melindavf/ Interested in 1:1 coaching? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Connect further on FB, LI, IG or TW.
Last time we spoke about the harrowing tale of what could be one of the most evil leaders in human history, depending of course which sources you read about him. Indeed Zhang Xianzhong, regardless if he was fully, half or less guilty of the crimes against humanity laid against his name, has gone down in Chinese history as a significant figure. The people of Sichuan underwent a horror and it would take two full centuries for Sichuan to regain its lost population. Thus with the fall of Zhang Xianzhong, Li Zicheng and countless South Ming claimants to the throne, who was left for the remnants of the former to rally around? Well one of the self proclaimed Emperors to the South Ming regime was still alive and….fleeing. Emperor Yongli now had an opportunity to harness the scattered Dashun, Daxi and other Ming loyalists to his cause. This episode is the Flight & Fight of Emperor Yongli Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on the history of asia and much more so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War. Well after a rather horrifying episode dedicated just to Zhang Xianzhong's regime in Sichuan we now come back to the South Ming regime. Now while Zhang Xianzhong was busy turning Sichuan into a cemetery, the South Ming Loyalists were engaged in a life or death struggle for central and southeast China. A series of Ming claimants to the dragon throne rose and fell. Li Zicheng and Zhang Xianzhong are both dead leaving their Dashun and Daxi followers in a power vacuum to be swallowed up by mere Banditry, or perhaps defecting to the Qing or Ming. As for the largest victims, the common people, they were once again caught in the middle, soon to be subjugated to war, famine and general hardship. As one scholar one put it “The long conquest of central and south China required armed struggle in county after county, community after community, forcing countless people to face the grim choices on their own doorsteps.”. When the Qing took Beijing, they faced multiple enemies. Li Zicheng fled west and the South Ming Regime sprang up in the south. It meant the Qing would be forced to divide their forces, resources and attention. But their enemies were not only not cooperating, they we're all fighting another. Hell the South Ming Regime was arguably fighting another more than the Qing at many points. It made sense to take out Li Zicheng first of course, he was an easier target since the Qing smashed his army, and there was the bonus of looking like they were avenging the regicide of Emperor Chongzhen. In the meantime the South Ming Regime was killing itself allowing the Qing to kick the door to the rotting structure and soon a bunch of South Ming self proclaimed Emperors were defeated one by one. Yet when they got to Emperor Yongli…well he kept fleeing. Then they diverted their attention to Zhang Xianzhong and took him out, probably for the betterment of humanity. Now so many remnants of Dashun, Daxi, other Ming loyalist military groups and other bandit armies were roaming around. Many warlords sprang up taking control over them. What would happen if someone began to win over all these free chess pieces so to say to their side of the war? Now we are going to go back to Emperor Yongli's situation. As I had mentioned 2 episodes ago Qu Shishi had argued with Emperor Yongli that they needed to make a stand, and one would be made at Guilin. Qu Shisi said to the Emperor ““If you want to defend Yue, you should stay in Yue. If you abandon Yue, then Yue will be imperiled. If we take one step forward, then the people will take one step forward. But if we flee far away in a single day, the people will also flee far in a day. If we run, then we cannot defend [territory]. How can we attract people to our cause?”. Well Emperor Yongli fled regardless for the 4th or 5th time I lost count at this point, Qu Shishi stayed behind at Guilin. Qu Shisi understood the necessity not to abandon cities so easily so as to rally more forces to the cause. He had seen the previous South Ming Regimes collapse because they abandoned bases too swiftly, undermining their causes. Qu Shisi was accompanied by Jiao Lian and they would defend Guilin from multiple Qing attacks in April and June of 1647. During the first assault Jiao had led the defense of the city facing greater numbers and having lesser firearms at his disposal. Despite the deficiency in firearms Jiao's forces defended Guilin using sword and bow to great effect. Several hundred Qinq archer cavalry charged Guilin and pelted the defenders with arrows, one of them striking Jiao, but he kept fighting and held the south gate against the invaders. This inspired his troops and soon they charged out the south gate against the Qing force, smashing many troops of the Red banner. The Qing had to flee, and Jiao's men chased them killing thousands.Eventually Jiao and his men went too far and were surrounded and outnumbered by the Qing who wheeled around on them. It is said Jiao screamed and struck the invaders with his spear, raining blood and flesh all over as he and his men hacked their way out of the encirclement. They fought for some miles, just a force of 300 men against thousands but managed to make it back to Guilin. This minor victory prompted Qu and Jiao to stress the tactical and strategic importance of Guilin and Wuzhou, urging Emperor Yongli to return and to make Guilin a base of operations. Meanwhile Emperor Yongli was being escorted by Liu Chengyin, an ambitious career military man who was nicknamed “the Iron Club” who protected him in western Huguang. For 3 months no rations were delivered to Guilin and when the Qing learnt about its supply issues they attacked again, this time at the Wenchang gate. Jiao charged out against the enemy covered by some western cannons given to him by some catholic missionary friends. The cannons cut the Qing forces to ribbons, killing hundreds as Jiao charged out to fight them in the fields. The fighting went on for 2 days with the cannons never stopping and although the Qing regrouped to attack again they were smashed so much they had to make a retreat, being pursued yet again by Jiao's forces losing thousands of men. For this victory, Jiao was made military commissioner in chief of the left, military superintendent of Guangxi, and the Earl of Xining. Liu “Iron Club” Chengyin, it seems had been holding Emperor Yongli under house arrest at Wugang the entire time and this began to look really bad. In May of 1647, the Qing captured Baoqing and in a series of battles defeated Liu Chengyin. Emperor Yongli barely was able to escape, sometimes only being just a few miles ahead of Qing scouts. Emperor Yongli made his way through the Guni Pass to Liuzhou, but soon had to reroute to Xiangzhou. By this point locals were shooting arrows at his royal barge, not a good look at all. After the constant urging of Qu Shishi, Emperor Yongli finally decided to return to Guilin by the end of 1647. The Qing found they were having a hard time pacifying southern and western Huguang province, it held rough terrain and a large number of enemies. Bandit groups were operating by both land and water in numbers ranging from hundreds to thousands. To make matters worse the bandits had multiple spies working within the Qing giving them warning of their movements, allowing them to hide into mountains and forests when needed. Han bannerman Luo Xiujin argued that despite their victories, the enemy would always escape their clutches via mountains. The Qing like their Ming counterparts, were having the exact same problems dealing with confrontations with wandering bandits, particularly in the rugged border country between provinces. Qing officials complained repeatedly of ambushes in mountain passes and heavy casualties. There were also reports that such ambush attacks were making common cause with the Ming loyalists, and this was certainly concerning. The Qing were realizing that the Ming could offer legitimation to bandit groups and use them to ware the Qing down. In Autumn of 1647, after the Qing attacked Yongzhou, after 10 days of combat, the Ming suddenly charged out of the city and pushed the Qing to flee near Quanzhou where they managed to defeat Qing commander Geng Zhongming forcing him to flee for miles. This was considered the first military triumph for Emperor Yongli's regime. By early 1648, the Qing seized Quanzhou and managed to defeat some Ming forces near Guilin who routed. The forces who had routed ended up fleeing to Guilin and they quickly set about looting the city before further fleeing. Qu Shishi remained stern as some of his fellow Ming commanders looted, burned and fled Guilin as the situation deteriorated. Guilin soon fell into a mutiny as the city was engulfed in flames. Qu refused to leave his post but was wounded and had to leave the city by river. When the Qing prince Jirgalang heard of the problems in Guilin he seized the opportunity to assault the city. This prompted, I guess the 6th flight of Emperor Yongli at this point. Qu Shishi was urging the Emperor to stay as Jiao came rushing from Pringle to help, but Qing forces blocked his route to Guilin. Qu urged the emperor “Victory or defeat is still unsure. But if your plan is to run away, then how can this place not be in danger?” Yongli replied, “Surely my minister does not want to see the Altars of State and Grain perish?”. Qu tried to gather forces and calm things down to defend Guilin as the enemy approached, while Jiao kept fighting to get to the city. Soon Jiao found himself surrounded and fought with his spear courageously, buying enough time for the Ming commander Hu Yiqing to show up from the east joining the fight with his cavalry. It is said, Hu Yiqing had his horses manes clipped in such a way that the Qing thought they were riding bulls and proclaimed “This bull- riding monster is not easy to stand up against!”. The cavalry of Hu managed to smash the Qing force, sending them fleeing for a few miles. Despite all of this, Emperor Jongli continued to flee all the way to Nanning, much to the outrage of Qu Shishi “How can you flee every time the wind blows two hundred li away? How can the people take heart if their leader is so tremulous?”. His words had no effect on the Emperor, in only 18 months Yongli had traveled over 1800 miles across 3 provinces, spending no more than 4 months in any given place. This led to waves of defections, and the court of Yongli began to discuss where would be the best place to set up a base of operation. Despite the flights of Yongli, in 1648 the Ming had some major successes. Ma Jinzhong took back Changde, He Tengjiao took back Quanzhou and this drove many to the Ming cause, even Yongzhou was taken back after a 3 month siege. Riding the wave of victories, the Ming took Hengzhou and they also began to capture valuable supplies, horses and other war materials. This all forced Qu Shishi to yet again urge Emperor Yongli to go back to Guilin and this time make it his capital. Qu's reasoning was quite sound, Guilin was centrally located in a resource rich area along a river. It was easy to communicate with other sectors and coordinate offensive campaigns. But time and time again Emperor Yongli refused and this had a damaging effect on morale. Soon Ming commanders recaptured Xiangyang and Yichang and this led Emperor Yongli to feel secure enough to return to Zhaoqing, which he hoped to turn into a base of operation. At this point Yongli and many in his court thought that a Ming restoration was truly possible and they now sought to push north of the Yangzi and seize Nanjing and Kaifeng. Sun Kewang had opened up negotiations with their regime and it was expected that he could be relied upon. Qu Shishi for his part argued that now they could push east from Sichuan and north cutting Qing supply lines from Hugaung. Things would all take a dramatic turn for the worse however. One of the Ming's commanders, Li Chixin who was a former commander under Li Zicheng had been continuously stating in public that Li Zicheng was the former emperor, making quite a bit of trouble. Li then requested permission to take Changsha and Yuezhou on his own. He managed to defeat the Qing commander Xu Yong and marched north to assault Changsha where Xu Yong had retreated. He killed thousands, captured boats, horses and other war materials and word spread of his great success. However the people of Changsha, did not see Li Chixin as their liberator, in fact they threw their lot in with Xu Yong to defend their city. Let us not forget, Li Chixin like many other former commanders of the Dashun or Daxi bandit armies had a reputation of course, who knows what populaces thought of him. Thus Li Chixins command boat when approaching the city was struck by a cannon ball and he lost over 1000 men. Xu Yong was hit by an arrow, but this did not stop him from rallying the defense of the city atop the walls. Li kept up the pressure with his siege ladders, artillery and sappers. But Xu Yong fired arrows, cannons down upon the enemy and led men into the tunnels to attack the Ming sappers costing Li Chixin some thousand men. Then Xu Yong sent secret attacks with boats on the Xiang river and they hit Li's flanks forcing him to retreat. When Li Chixin was defeated at Changsha he was order to simply move on and relieve forces at Nanchang, but he ended he only went as far as Chaling and hunkered down. In the meantime the two Ming commanders, Du Yinxi and He Tengjiao were forming plans in Xiangtan. Du decided he would head east to rescue Jiangxi while He would try to go to Nanjing linking up with other Ming loyalists there. As part of their campaigns, Li Chixin was appointed vice minister of war and supreme commander of Shandong and Henan, while other commanders received supreme commands over other areas. But nothing came of these appointments as the Qing quickly advanced and hit He Tengjiao as he was departing from Xiangtan. He tried to find allies to help him out, but none could do anything, thus Prince Jirgalang was able to defeat He and took him as a hostage. Prince Jirgalang knew He Tengjiao had quite a lot of military capability and spent many days trying to get He to defect, but it was to no avail. Eventually Prince Jirgalang ordered his execution, or He committed suicide, no report is sure of his fate. When He Tengjiao was dead, many of his men fled to join Qu Shisi at Guilin. Another issue however was the countless “Loyal and True” who were under He Tengjiao's command, since his death they were now without any semblance of order. Bandits will be bandits and soon they were looting and pillaging everyone. The Qing soon besieged Nanchang and took it in short time, thus dramatically collapsing the Ming control in Huguang. Many Ming commanders defected to the Qing and Emperor Yongli put Qu Shishi in charge of defending the Huguang-Jiangxi Guangdong corridor, but at this point the Qing held the Fujian coast and much of Huguang. By 1649, Li Chixin's troops began to scatter and plunder the area as the Qing pursued them. Eventually Li's forces plundered their way back north earning the moniker “white felt bandits” for the way they dressed. It was hoped by the Ming that they could still coerce Li Chixin and his white felt bandits to return back into the fold, but Li Chixin would die of illness in Guangxi in the late year. The white felt bandits soon scattered off and fell into pillaging under new commanders mostly in Huguang and Sichuan provinces. As the Ming forces collapsed at Yongzhou in late 1649, Qu Shishi said in anguish “For 2 years I've tried to create a bulwark, and in a single morning everything has collapsed. How can it be believed that Heaven if for the Ming?”. With the death of He Tengjiao and the absolute collapse of the South Ming regime's position in Huguang, Emperor Yongli, you guessed it, fled Zhaoqing for Wuzhou in early 1650. Thus the South Ming regime was barely a thing in Huguang anymore. Now Qu Shisi began begging the emperor to stay in Zhaoqing stating “Yuedong has lots of rivers alongside mountains; [even] good cavalry cannot unite in the wilderness [to attack here]. Since the time [Li] Chengdong returned to allegiance, this has been the secure area. Its resources and tax base are abundant, ten times that of Yuexi, and both competent officials and troops north and south are connected, and we can strengthen ourselves from within and defend ourselves from outside enemies. Moreover, Zhaoqing is one thousand li from Shao[xing]. With stout crossbows mounted on the walls and entrenched brigades in defense, we can wait for royal rescue troops to come from the four [directions]. Wherever we can go, the bandits can go as well. Although the realm is vast, there is only one boundary. If we retreat an inch, we lose an inch; if we retreat a foot, we lose a foot. Now if the court hears of danger and climbs aboard a boat in the middle of the night, where can you go?”. As you probably guessed, Yongli did not listen and continued his flight. Qing commander Kong Youde, remember that guy all the way back from the very first episodes? Well he sent Qu Shisi a letter, trying to get him to surrender. Kong Youde had been battling the Loyal and True throughout the southwest smashing many of their armies. Qu allegedly burned the letter and killed the messenger. Meanwhile back in Sichuan, Sun Kewang had begun his own program of state building and was beginning to ask the South Ming Regime to install him as a Ming Prince. Following in his former master's gruesome footsteps, Sun looted Guizhou and severed hands, ears and noses of those who resisted, apparently only 30% of the populace was left alive. Sun set to work training his troops for months, made deals with local cities to establish economic relations all while simultaneously harassing local Ming armies. His forces eventually captured the provincial capital of Guiyang and its surrounding area and he soon began to set up a new entire new regime. But just as Sun was settling down he received word of an extraordinary opportunity unfolding in Yunnan. Thus he and his Da Xi commanders marched southwest entering Yunnan, entering a new dawn for them all. The collapse of the Ming dynasty at Beijing and that of the Hongguang South Ming regime in Nanjing had led the people of Yunnan to revolt against their former Ming leaders. Yunnan was one of the very last places conquered by the Ming Dynasty in the late 14th century and it remained relatively the same it had been prior. It had a huge aboriginal population governed by chieftains in a system called the Tulsi system. Yunnan thus was always a bit of a quasi-feudal state controlled by the strongest chieftains. Once the Ming Dynasty fell, the chieftains began to fight another for dominance. The Chieftain family that had the largest influence historically because of their relationship with the Ming royal family was known as the Mu clan. The Mu clan was pretty oppressive to the people and even more so when the Ming collapsed. When Hongguang's regime fell, most in Yunnan began to view the Mu clan as being weak and many other clans began to attack them. One clan, the Wu clan to make this all sound more confusing, was rising to prominence at the time and challenged the Mu clan. The Wu had limited military power and the Mu quelled their challenge fairly easily. But the challenge simply encouraged more and more clans to rise up and a leader named Sha Dingzhou used the opportunity. Sha was a military officer for a chieftain who died and Sha managed to get a stronghold of the clan. While the Mu's and Wu's fought, Sha began a campaign that extended to the Vietnamese border. Then Sha tried a coup against the Mu after they quelled the Wu. Sha's force stormed the Mu palace and burnt it down, killing many in the capital of Yunnanfu. This began a war between Sha and the Mu clan for several months with Sha gaining control of the east of Yunnan. However Mu's forces and other chieftains were fighting a war of attrition and likely would win, thus Sha sought external help. Sha Dingzhou sent a letter to Sun Kewang “inviting” him to come to the rescue of Yunnan in 1647. Unfortunately, this would be a very very big mistake. Sun Kewang claimed to be the brother in law to Mu Tianbo and declared he would avenge his sister's family. Sun Kewang showed up with 100,000 battled hardened veterans who saw a force of just a few thousand disorganized local units under Sha's command. Sun Kewang defeated Sha's army easily and piled corpses in the streets of the first city they took, immersing the city in 3 to 4 inches of blood so it is said. Sun then took Quijing, a city he expected to simply open up the gates and submit to him as he had just massacred a previous city sending fear throughout the region. They chose to not submit and fired cannons upon the invaders. Soon Sun's men tossed up a cloud of ladders and swarming over the walls of Quijing like ants. Sun's men rounded up all those in the city and severed hands Sun then ordered his fellow adopted brothers Liu Wenxiu to the west and Li Dingguo to the east to kill all those who would not submit. Sha Dingzhou tried to send armies to attack the invaders where he could, but every army was defeated with ease. Sha would proclaim to all his confidence with his army, but secretly he was pulling his hair out knowing soon Sun would take the province. Sun eventually marched on Yannanfu and smashed the Sha army defending it, but rather than immediately occupying the city, Sun Kewang instead announced he was going to restore the Jiao clan, that being his sister's clan who was married to a Mu husband. By this point Liu Wenxiu and Li Dingguo had spread a ton of fear into the populace with their campaigns in the east. Despite Yannanfu having a tiny garrison within it, the city was simply falling apart because of low supplies as Sun Kewang's army simply surrounded it and waited. Thus after a few months the gates of Yunnanfu opened and Sun's forces entered the city. Soon Sun Kewang began to proclaim all those who fled the city should come back, or they would soon be killed as rebels. All the wives within Yunnanfu who lost husbands were given to Sun's men. Then he began to force the children to work cutting grass and collecting firewood. Girls of the age 10 and up were forced into drama troupes, some put into brothels. Boys 12 to 20 years of age were castrated. The adult men were killed and their bodies were tossed into the wilderness. Many former Ming officials were killed or they themselves committed suicide. To restore a semblance of order, Sun began practices employed by Zhang Xianzhong such as prohibited fires at night amongst many other rules which could earn a citizen of Yunnanfu a beating or execution depending on the rule. Yunnanfu was basically becoming a Chengdu 2.0, but perhaps not nearly as bad. Then Sun sent his armies to scour the countryside of the city killing many. It was estimated that perhaps half the population of Yunnanfu was dead. It was even alleged that coffin makers ran out of wood in Yunnanfu. Within a month, Sun's forces began to conscript laborers to cultivate enough food for the army to survive. Many homes around the city were razed to make for space for Sun's army training grounds any who resisted were killed. Sun eventually established order through fear, but realized that in Yunnan you required the support of the Tulsi system to truly control the province, so he soon began to establish relations with all the chieftains. Those who resisted of course were threatened. Sun then began calling himself Ping Dong Wang “Prince who pacifies the East” which was met with animosity from his adoptive brothers. Sun began to place royal titles on everyone, but kept his position elevated from his adoptive brothers who were supposed to all be equal. The 3 other brothers all recognized Sun Kewang nominally as the leader, but had agreed they should all have equal rankings. Li Dingguo began to argue they should all be equal as things were with Zhang Xianzhong, which angered Sun. Sun then publicly punished Li Dingguo, though Liu Wenxiu and Ai Nengqi would manage to get the punishment lightened. Regardless Li Dingguo was livid stating ““We are brothers. How dare you strike me? Since the death of our father we have been like hands and feet with no ruler among us, yet now we are to honor you as superior? If this is how things are going to be from now on, how can we live together in peace?”. It is alleged Sun went to Li in private and told him he had to do it publicly because if not there could be a mutiny. Sun then tried to make amends with Li, tasking him with hunting down and killing Sha Dingzhou who was on the run. Sha had run to Lin'an and had held out against the forces of Liu Wenxiu for quite a few months. When Li Dingguo's force showed up the defenders of Lin'an showered them with gunfire, but Li being a veteran commander easily broke their walls in no time using gunpowder. Sha's forces were shocked by the speed and efficiency of Li's army as they quickly overwhelmed the city. The entire city was torched in a single day, it is said 78 thousand were massacred. Sha and his family managed to escape to a nearby town called Ami. After the massacre at Lin'an, Li Dingguo was noted to not again perform such horrible acts against civilians, it seems he was trying to build himself a reputation afterwards that he was not like Zhang Xianzhong or Sun Kewang. In early 1648, Li Dingguo surrounded the town of Ami, cutting off its water supply. After 20 days, the defenders with Sha Dingzhou ran out of water and Li began sapping Ami's walls. Li then invited Sha to a fake banquet making it seem they would allow Sha to defect and take up a grand position in the new regime. The effect led many of the defenders to defect who soon simply opened the gates to Li's men. Li was brought to Sha and his family and instead of the banquet he promised he had the entire household brought to Yunnanfu and flayed alive. Li's successes were extravagant, showing his extreme capability as a military leader. Unfortunately they also bolstered Li Dingguo as a great leader and Sun Kewang began to become quite jealous of this. Once Sun Kewangs army had secured enough food to sustain themselves for a year, they began government building efforts. Taxes began, agricultural reform, mines were opened, weapons manufacturing, the works. The weather proved great during that year and the harvests did very well, mines produced salt, gold, silver, iron and copper and the faith in the government rose up. In fact Sun had done better than some of the former Ming officials had in the past and he soon began to mint coins, print paper notes and open new roads, which all helped reduce conflict in the province. Within a year Sun's government was gathering much praise and the people were quite content. Things were really looking good and Sun began to explore the idea of formally uniting with the Ming to resist the Qing. Sun had heard the reports about how well the Loyal and True bandits had done under the Ming regime and thought his regime might benefit from this relationship as well. This would help Sun and his inner circle gain legitimacy and at the time it looked like the Ming were doing well. However old dogs can't learn too many new tricks, and Sun's administration still held some Zhang like favorites, like harsh punishments such as decapitation, flaying and flogging. Though Sun disregarded the policy of rewarding soldiers for body counts, so there was that. But Sun Kewang was not content, he continued to make it more apparent that his position was more and more elevated compared to his adoptive brothers. He began to erect an ancestral temple for Zhang Xianzhong and referred to him as Taizu and linking himself to Zhang. Then he asked Emperor Yongli to invest with the Ming title of prince of blood “qin wang”. Ai Nengqi was perplexed by this and said ““I can name myself prince. What's the point?” Li Dingguo also added, “We haven't conquered an inch of territory, so how can we accept enfeoffment from the court?”. Sun explained to them that only an investiture from the Ming court was legitimate and that after he was invested with the title they would all refer to him as “you highness”. As you can imagine this would also most certainly help Sun alleviate himself over another rising star, Li Dingguo who was highly popular as a field commander. Li was appointed with the major responsibility of training the troops and was noted to share hardships with the men and always led from the front gaining their respect. Li was what you call a soldier's soldier. Li Dingguo soon established 5 rules for his army; done kill people, dont commit arson, dont commit rape, dont steal livestock and dont take money from peasants. Given how soldiers usually acted in this time in history, the response of the populace was ecstasy. In the summer of 1649, Sun dispatched his court official Yang Weizhi as his emissary to Yongli's court to ask for the investiture of Prince of Qin and offered to fight the Qing on their behalf. By this time Sun had relocated his operations in Guizhou as it was more centrally located, leaving Li Dingguo in Yunnan to train the military. For Emperor Yongli's court the request was quite disturbing, to make Sun a blood prince might put him in line for the throne. Many in the Ming court had no illusions about Sun Kewang, they thought he was trying to vie for the dragon throne himself. The title of Prince of Qin was normally reserved for the royal family. The court was divided, Qu Shisi called for Sun's execution, many argued Sun was nothing more than a bandit. But they were in a terrible situation, suffering many military defeats at the hands of the Qing. Eventually the court consented to giving Sun the lesser title of Duke of Jingguo. Yang Weizhi was terrified of relaying the response to Sun who might simply execute him for failing to get the title Sun wanted and made a stop at Wuzhou before returned to Guizhou. In Wuzhou Yang met with Du Yinxi who advised him to simply forge a document to make Sun think he received a better title than what he had been given. Thus with Du Yinxi's help they forged a document stating Sun was invested with the title of Prince of Pingaliao. Meanwhile another official in the Ming court forged another document stating Sun was being invested with the Prince of Qin title he had originally asked for. Turns out that official, named Chen Bangfu wanted to curry favor with Sun. All of this was done without the awareness of Yonglis court of course. Thus the first to arrive in Guizhou was the envoy with Chen Bangfu's forgery and Sun was absolutely delighted upon seeing it. Then Yang Weizhi showed up with his forgery of the Prince of Pingliao title, enraged Sun Kewang. Then yes as you might imagine, a real envoy from Yongli's court arrived and Sun found out the truth that he actually received the Duke of Ingguo title, really really pissing him off. To add insult to injury, his 3 other adoptive brothers were also given titles by that envoy of Yongli In his rage, Sun sent more emissaries to Yongli who offered him the title of Prince of Yi, but Sun refused this, demanding the title he originally requested. In the meantime Ai Nengqi died as a result of a poisoned crossbow bolt while he was pacifying a rebellious region. He had been ambushed in a forest and his army was significantly battered. He had managed to return to Yunnanfu, but the doctors there could do little to nothing to stop the poison. His army was handed over to Sun Kewangs command, significantly increasing his power. Thus the first of the adoptive children of Zhang Xianzhong was dead, and he would not be the last. Now all the way back in Sichuan the struggle raged on between the Ming loyalists and the Qing. The Qing had sent commander Li Guoying into Sichuan on a pacification campaign and as he entered the wasteland that once was Sichuan he said “For a thousand li there is no smoke [from cooking fires] and on account of the depredations of the bandit gangs, the value of rice is greater than that of pearls.”. His forces occupied Baoning in northern Sichuan where he was attacked multiple times by bandit armies such as the Kuidong bandits, Tan Hong and others. Li eventually rode out of Baoning and attacked the bandit armies fast and hard sending them fleeing into the countryside. Soon his army took Shunqing and he began to stock up supplies in preparation for a gradual march south. In spring of 1647 he marched into Chengdu and lamented at the ghastly scene, he said to those around him“Chengdu has been down a hard road. Where are all the people?”. Bones were strewn everywhere, and there was no sign of life to be seen. He was given reports that the people of Chengdu had first fled to Yazhou and ate grass and wild plants until they starved so much they resorted to cannibalism. Li left Zheng Desheng as commander of Chengdu which must have been the worst appointment ever, but soon his troops starved, killed their commander and fled back north. Li got a report that 1330 of the 1390 men assigned to Zheng Desheng died of starvation or disease. Even Li himself was quite ill through 1647-1648 and he was hampered by bandit attacks and a very stretched supply line. Reports flooded in that every fortress was ridden with hundreds of sick and starving troops. All the garrisons the Qing commander would set up in Sichuan amounted to a few hundred starving men. The starvation did not allow him to perform a sufficient offensive, the situation became so dire most of the Qing forces had to withdraw from Sichuan with a meager force left occupying Baoning. It was not just the starvation and disease alone they had to worry about, anywhere the Qing set up shop, bandit armies emerged to harass them. Later on in 1650, the pacification commissioner of Sichuan Zhang Chun made a report that gives quite a lot of insight. He began by describing Sichuan as a den of tigers and that of the Yao-Huang bandits. One could travel for a great distance without seeing any smoke from cooking fires. He estimated that 2-3% of the population in Sichuan was still alive. He laid blame upon the destruction caused by the Yao-Huang bandits, while leaving out that of the Qing's actions and goes on to talk about man-eating tigers found everywhere. People in Sichuan were terrified to travel just because of tiger attacks. He claimed that in one distinct of a previous population of 506, 228 people were killed by tigers, 55 died of illness and 223 were left alive. He ended the report stating “Many people escaped the clutches of bandits only to end up in the mouths of tigers”. Wow I am just trying to imagine, surviving the horrors of Zhang Xianzhong, then the war between the Qing and Ming and now you got tigers everywhere eating people yikes. Li Guoying immediately began demanding assistance, and Qing emperor Shunzhi began to promise supplies would be on their way from places like Shaanxi. But all supplies were quickly used up and Li still had little in terms of soldiers. Li kept arguing that as his enemies grew larger in Sichuan his forces grew smaller. The problem was the supplies and men quickly starved and got sick because there was no foundation within Sichuan to feed them. Basically it was like putting bandaids upon bandaids upon even more bandaids for a large wound that needed a doctor to fix it. Thus the situation forced Li to develop a new plan which was “tuantian” “to nourish the troops, soothe the people, and allow for both offensive and defensive warfare”. He sent Qing officials into the countryside to investigate and promote agricultural productivity. As for his army he sent them throughout the north and east of Sichuan, killing and capturing thousands of bandit armies, many part of the Yao-Huang bandits. But like always, bandits could run and hide in mountains, and thats just what they did. It was estimated by Li that upto 100,000 Yao-Huang bandits could be in Sichuan. By 1649, Li was promoted to minister of war and vice censor in chief of the right with jurisdiction over the armies of Sichuan. He had multiple victories, one was dislodging Liu Wenxiu from Chongqing where he killed many Daxi. If you remember way back when, Emperor Yongli dispatched a distant family member named Zhu Rongfan to Sichuan in 1647. Zhu Rongfan began parading around as a Prince of Chu, though in reality he wasn't and amassed 100,000 followers forming a base in Kuizhou. His forces fought the Qing and scored quite a few victories, but in reality they were just a bunch of opportunistic bandits. Then Zhu Rongfan picked a fight with the Ming loyalist commander Yang Zhan who brought the Ming attention upon him. As you might have guessed, he was preparing to proclaim himself emperor as one does and South Ming officials began to investigate the situation. When pressed by them Zhu claimed to be acting on behalf of Emperor Yongli and that he was merely suppressing bandits. They also accused him of trying to claim himself as an heir apparent despite not being a prince of blood. Zhu then tried to make a getaway but was caught by other officials in 1649 who executed him. Meanwhile the situation in Sichuan kept growing worse and worse. Just because the tyrant Zhang Xianzhong was dead did not mean his lasting effects on the province were gone. In the midst of the war between bandits, Qing and Ming, the common people were starving and dying. Rice was selling at unbelievably inflated rates. Dogs ate human flesh and lurked in city streets. Most cities were empty though because tigers and wolves were prowling them. It was reported that bandits were robbing graves and that people were resorting to cannibalism en masse. Many people fled to mountains away from the threat of other people or tigers. Lighting a fire became like a death sentence inviting anyone to attack you. Disgusting euphemisms began to be said because of all the cannibalism such as “poor man's broth / xia geng” “surplus lamb / yang rao” “scorched bones / gu yang”. On top of the famine were the terrible diseases which there were many. “Big head plague” as it was called was when one's head erupted in red boils, it was associated with the chills, fever, swelling of the head and neck and was very contagious. There was a similar disease known as “frog fever” where the boils were more so on the shoulders and back. Then there was “horse eye” a sickness when one's eyes became big and yellow. It is also assumed the Qing brought smallpox with them and this invested the south. By autumn of 1649 most of north and western Sichuan was pacified and a quarter of the province under nominal control of the Qing. In Southern Sichuan the South Ming loyalist Yang Zhan had held control for quite awhile, aided greatly by the hoard of treasure he salvaged from Zhang Xianzhong's naval catastrophe in 1646. He was capable of feeding his own troops and thousands of refugees who stormed over to him. Despite all his good fortune, he had to contest with warlords in Sichuan named Li Qiande, Wu Dading and Yuan Tao. The 3 warlords invited Yang to a banquet, its always a banquet eh? And yup, they poisoned his wine, typical. After killing Yang they divided his treasure and troops and southern sichuan yet again fell into chaos. As this all went down, word spread and Sun Kewang, similar to how he took the opportunity with Yunnan's turmoil came back to Sichuan when he heard the south was fractured. Sun seeking to put further pressure on Emperor Yongli to invest him as a Prince of Qin, sent Liu Wenxiu and Bai Wenxuan with 200,000 to avenge Yang Zhan. Sun's forces made quick work of the warlords and bandit leaders in southern Sichuan taking several cities.Yuan and Wu were captured and sent back to Sun who mocked them saying he would enroll them as regular soldiers in his army. Wu actually did end up serving in Sun's military and for quite a long time. Yuan managed to escape and flee but was caught and killed by Liu Wenxiu. Li Qiande drowned himself when Liu Wenxiu caught up to him. Sun's forces killed countless warlords, bandit leaders and such. Now Sun's army even had elephant cavalry from Yunnan. Many simply submitted to Sun Kewang joining his forces and growing his power. Meanwhile Li Guoying had initially profited heavily from the death of Yang Zhan, but saw with horror the force of Sun Kewang sweep through the province like a swarm. Li Guoying pleaded with Emperor Shunzhi for more troops to combat the warlord in the south and was promised a mix of Han and Manchu troops under the control of Wu Sangui. Yet even with the extra forces, now the Loyal and Trust, Kuidong bandits, Yao-Huang bandits and other groups were flocking to Sun Kewangs banner and the south of Sichuan was just a minefield of trouble. Sun asserted his control from Guizhou and began building it up similar to what he did in Yunnan and in a short time the southwest of Sichuan became an armed camp designed specifically to resist the Qing. Kong Youde was made prince in charge of rectifying the south in 1649 and alongside the Manchu prince Jirgalang both were dispatched and in 1650 they took Longhu, Wugang and Jingzhou. Through their efforts they took 50,000 surrendered Ming troops and many officers and moved to take Quanzhou and then entered Guangxi. Qu Shishi tried desperately to rally troops to defend Guilin, but all efforts were in vain and no significant numbers came. Qu refused to leave as all his colleagues urged him to do so. In november of 1650, Kong Youde's army surrounded Guilin. To help defend the city, Qu Shishi was aided by the Ming official Zhang Tonchang a who had served the Shaowu Emperor and aided in defeating Zhu Rongfan. He had a Fu Manchu style mustache, was loved and respected by his men for being fearless in battle. When Zhang arrived Qu said to him “I have been entrusted with staying to defend [Guilin]. So I should die here. Those without such responsibilities can flee. The frontier has already been lost. How can I think of easily fleeing?” Zhang replied that he was impressed and called Qu a true gentleman, requesting permission to die alongside him, saying, “If it's to be death, then we die together.”Qu was delighted, and the two shared wine. Qu gave his seals of office to another official to send to Yongli. So a sort of bromance if you were. Kong Youde repeatedly offered Qu and Zhang the chance to defect, but both men refused. Kong then wined and dined them, trying to win them over but to no avail. Zhang spat back at Kong “You are no more than a dog or a sheep. You disgrace the former Sage, and you deserve to die for your crimes!” You're nothing more than the slave who used to carry a bedpan in Mao Wenlong's house! How dare you sully the name of the Sage.”. For this Zhangs feet were severed, but Kong still did not kill him. He kept insisting the Qing were better for all and gave stories of his 20 years as a soldier. Then Kong tried to have their own family members come and talk sense into them, but still it was to no avail. Both men were eventually imprisoned and wrote depressing and falistic poems during the captivity before being executed outside Windy Cave at the foot of the celestial crane peak in what is called today, Diecai Shan (folded Brocade hill) public park. Kong Youde allowed proper burials for the two and soon took up residence in the mansion of the former Ming Prince of Jingjiang. Now Guilin and nearby Pingle were in Qing hands. Kong Youde sought to secure Guangxi by 1651, but he was also itching to face Sun Kewang in the west. In the wake of Qu and Zhang's deaths, Yongli fled to Nanning, hahahahaha this guy. With a more vulnerable Emperor Yongli now in Nanning, Sun Kewang saw an opportunity to establish greater control over him. Sun Kewang sent him welcoming parties, offering him military protection and boasted of how powerful and wonderful he was. After annoying Yongli enough he was finally invested as the Prince of Qin, though he had already taken to calling himself “guozhu” “ruler of the realm” and had been making appointments on his own authority at Guiyang. Once a bandit, always a bandit as they say. He was absolutely delighted by the news and renamed Yunnanfu Kunming and Yunnan as Yunxing province. Then he dubbed his personal troops the “jiaqianjun” “royal vanguard”. Li Dingguo and Liu Wenxiu retained their old titles and sat at Sun's left and right side begrudgingly. Yang Weizhi, the poor guy who had to bear bad news and was punished harshly for it managed to become grand secretary at Emperor Yongli's court and would subsequently try to impeach Sun. Sun responded by having his thugs bring Yang to Guiyang and upon his arrival screamed “Traitorous bandits like you will never be anything else.”. Sun had Yang beaten and dragged through the streets and was trampled to death by horses. His loss was felt heavy by many, particularly by Li Dingguo and Liu Wenxiu who had become close friends with him. They took his corpse and buried him with a ceremony. With Yang well out of the way, Sun began to construct an imperial palace in Guiyang and used imperial forms of address in his decrees and instructions. Any officials who resisted him were trampled to death by horses. Only Liu Wenxiu and Li Dingguo were exempt from calling Sun “guozhu”. He minted his own coins and constructed more ancestral temples, making further links to Zhang Xianzhong. Sun then declared his state the “Later Ming” regime. His ascension ceremony was attended by 100 officials on July 3rd 1651. Meanwhile the Qing captured Pingle and Qingyuan as well as other towns along the Huguang-Guangxi border. Jiao Lian was captured by the Qing who tried to persuade him to join them, but he opted for suicide. Emperor Yongli feeling pressured, you guessed it, fled Nanning. This time he and his court debated whether they should flee to Fujian or Vietnam. Most wanted to go east arguing they should join up with Sun Kewang. But Emperor Yongli thought the coast was too distant and the travel too dangerous, for the time being they would camp at Xixing. But as the Qing took Nanning, Emperor Yongli fled again, almost being caught by the Qing who were within just a few miles of his entourage. This prompted Emperor Yongli to accept Sun Kewangs offer of protection. At the beginning of 1652, Sun ordered his subordinate Lt. Genge Sanpin with 3000 troops to escort Emperor Yongli to Anlong. By the time Emperor Yongli arrived his entourage was down to 2900 members. Sun figured the location was convenient for the court of Yongli as it lay in conjunction with Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangdong provinces. It was also close enough to Guiyang for Sun to keep an eye on the Emperor. Sun then set himself up as Yongl's military protector, but refused to personally greet Yongli on the principle that quote “2 dragons cannot see one another”. Thus Anlong became the ostensible Ming capital, but in reality it was just a safe place where Sun could keep the Emperor while he pursued his own objectives. I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me. So the great and horrifying father Zhang Xianzhong is dead, but his 4 adoptive sons quickly took over the family business and are causing mayhem. Sun Kewang emerged the largest brother and soon built himself an empire, matching that of the fleeing Emperor Yongli. Now Kewang had Emperor Yongli basically under house arrest, or better said kidnapped, all was his for the taking, what stood in his way, but the might of the Qing dynasty?
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https://traffic.libsyn.com/goodkarmasportfishing/4_year_anniversary_Podcast_-_8822_4.13_PM.mp3 4 year anniversary podcast with Melinda Van Fleet. Enjoy and thanks for listening. Capt. Ryan Check out my courses on www.gooodkarmasportfishing.com Interested in The Rigging Crew monthly paid mastermind which takes place over Zoom? Email me at email@example.com 1:1 Coaching? Myself or Melinda? Email Melinda at firstname.lastname@example.org Connect further with either of us on FB, IG or LI. Affiliate link Melinda mentioned for Amanda Frances's Money Mentality Makeover Couse: https://dj613.isrefer.com/go/mmmc/melindavf/https://traffic.libsyn.com/goodkarmasportfishing/4_year_anniversary_Podcast_-_8822_4.13_PM.mp3https://traffic.libsyn.com/goodkarmasportfishing/4_year_anniversary_Podcast_-_8822_4.13_PM.mp3https://traffic.libsyn.com/goodkarmasportfishing/4_year_anniversary_Podcast_-_8822_4.13_PM.mp3https://traffic.libsyn.com/goodkarmasportfishing/4_year_anniversary_Podcast_-_8822_4.13_PM.mp3 4 year anniversary podcast with Melinda Van Fleet. Enjoy and thanks for listening. Capt. Ryan Check out my courses on www.gooodkarmasportfishing.com Interested in The Rigging Crew monthly paid mastermind which takes place over Zoom? Email me at email@example.com 1:1 Coaching? Myself or Melinda? Email Melinda at firstname.lastname@example.org Connect further with either of us on FB, IG or LI. Affiliate link Melinda mentioned for Amanda Frances's Money Mentality Makeover Couse: https://dj613.isrefer.com/go/mmmc/melindavf/
- Giao tranh giữa quân đội Israel và nhóm Thánh chiến Hồi giáo (Jihad) của dải Gaza bước sang ngày thứ 3 với độ khốc liệt gia tăng. Hội đồng Bảo an Liên Hợp Quốc đã lên kế hoạch họp khẩn và thế giới liên tục đưa ra những lời kêu gọi các bên kiềm chế. Tác giả : Đình Nam/VOV1 Chủ đề : chiến sự, gaza, chưa hại nhiệt --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
I cannot believe it's been a full year of podcasting with my 16-year-old niece Sienna Krieg. In this podcast we share our learnings over the course of a year (always learning!), confidence, complaining, emotions, our trip to Sedona, AZ, spirit taking something away from my memory, and a conversation about spiders! Feel free to also connect on Medium where we are both writers: https://medium.com/@melindavf https://medium.com/@SiennaKrieg The incredible money course I share is Money Mentality Makeover from Amanda Frances. Affiliate link below: https://dj613.isrefer.com/go/mmmc/melindavf/ Connect further on FB, LI, TW or IG @melinda_vanfleet 1:1 coaching? Email me at email@example.com
In this solo episode of The NO Bullsh*t Manifestation Show, Kat talks about:Societal conditioning, standards and norms that help make up a “blueprint” for your lifeWhat expanders are and why they are needed when it comes to manifestingWhy you need to be open to more in order to receive moreThe importance of investing in mentorshipRe-creating your new blueprint based on the foundation of what you desire in your lifeUp-leveling to a more expansive, abundant realityIntentionally putting yourself in expansive containers, situations, energies and placesTaking your manifestations and life to new levels via coaches or mentorsIf this episode resonated with you, or you know it will help someone else - please share it. Your support of the show is how I can continue to make this show better and better.If you are interested in how you can work with Kat & gain her support, check out the resources linked down below:Join Kat's Signature Online Manifestation Course - The Abundant *AF* Babe Academy: https://www.katcozadd.com/academyPrivate Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/alignyourlightbabeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/katcozadd/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@katcozadd
- Chủ tịch nước Nguyễn Xuân Phúc dự lễ kỷ niệm 110 năm ngày sinh Chủ tịch Hội đồng Nhà nước Võ Chí Công tại Quảng Nam. - Liên hoan phát thanh toàn quốc lần thứ 15 với chủ đề “Linh hoạt chuyển đổi – thích ứng vượt lên” bế mạc tại thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, để lại ấn tượng sâu đậm đối với những người làm báo phát thanh cả nước. - Tổng công ty Đầu tư phát triển đường cao tốc Việt Nam bỏ quy định kiểm soát số dư tối thiểu trong tài khoản thu phí không dừng ETC. - Đoàn thể Việt Nam đứng thứ 3 chung cuộc và phá 16 kỷ lục tại ASEAN Para Games 2022. - Thủ tướng Nhật Bản lên kế hoạch cải tổ nội các vào tuần tới nhằm giải quyết một loạt các thách thức. - Cuba kêu gọi các nước hỗ trợ xử lý vụ cháy kho dầu cách đây 2 ngày hiện đang trở nên khó kiểm soát. - Bài bình luận: Trục chiến lược Nga – Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ : Lợi cả đôi bên! Chủ đề : Đoàn thể Việt Nam, phá 16 kỷ lục, ASEAN Para Games 2022 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1thoisu0/support
Many see the exit from their businesses as the chance to achieve freedom, but as Nick explains in this week's edition of wisdom, there may be another way to get there without selling your business... KEY TAKEAWAYS Kiyosaki's Quadrant Of Freedom involves: E - Employee, S - Self-Employed, B - Business Owner, I - Investor. If you are working in a business, the first thing you can do change your trajectory is to become a manager. This gives you a slightly increased freedom. The next rung to climb is to an executive position. The number one reason for a business failing to sell, is that the seller gets cold feet right at the very end. If you have planned in advance, and have had the exit in mind the whole time, then it removes the emotional connection at this crucial time. BEST MOMENTS 'Freedom can be achieved in different ways' 'You can start to see where that first tranche of freedom can become available to you' 'When you become a business owner, you become the owner of a system' 'The way to become a great CEO is to make sure you're not doing any of the work' VALUABLE RESOURCES Scale Up with Nick Bradley: scaleup.vip/podcast Scale Up Your Business, coaching/consulting: https://suyb.global To download a free gift from Nick - The 5 Reasons Why Your Business Will Never Get To 8-Figures ... How To Fix It Fast! - https://www.scaleupmastermind.com/free-guide1 Take the SUYB Predictable Growth Assessment™, to measure your current business performance and show you where to focus next to get to where you want to be: https://scaleup.vip/PredictableGrowthAssessment ABOUT THE HOST Nick Bradley is a renowned entrepreneur, investor, speaker, and business growth expert. His background is growing and scaling Venture Capital and Private Equity backed businesses, across the UK, the US, and further afield. Over the last decade, he has completed 117 acquisitions and 25 business exits with a combined valuation of over $5bn dollars. His “Scale Up Your Business” podcast, which ranked #1 on iTunes' business charts, has more than 350k downloads in over 130 countries. His mission is to help business founders build valuable businesses and create life-changing exits so they can realise freedom, wealth, and impact. CONTACT METHOD Nick's Facebook page: https://scaleup.vip/FB Nick's LinkedIn: https://scaleup.vip/LI Nick's Instagram: https://scaleup.vip/IG Scale Up Your Business, coaching/consulting: https://suyb.global We help business founders scale their business to a life-changing exit within 36 months. Please feel free to get in touch if we can assist.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We have many things to discuss this week. "Days of our Lives" is moving to the Peacock app in September and leaving NBC. Chad snaps at Thomas. Orpheus asks Marlena to give therapy to Evan. Steve tells John that he wants to fix their Orpheus problem permanently. Evan is found to be the baby's father. Xander threatens Lucas for implicating Sarah in Abby's murder. Gwen is upset over Jake's death. Marlena hypnotizes Sarah who remembers Rex visiting her the night of Abby's murder. Dr. Rolf is unable to save Jake, but he also has Stefan still alive with a mechanical heart. Tony tells EJ they should reach out to Vivian about Jake's shares of the company. Gwen and Xander talk about Sarah being a suspect. Ava demands a six figure job from Gabi. EJ sweet talks Ava into moving into the DiMansion. Shawn tells Belle that Evan is the father of Jan's baby. Evan wants to leave with his son to New Zealand to be reunited with his son he had with Jordan. Gabi tells Li her deal with Ava. Shawn wants to keep the baby. Jan holds her baby and kicks Evan into the water at the pier. Paulina wants Nicole to get back with Eric. Jada asks Eric out. Paulina presses Abe to run for governor. Chad gets drunk at the Pub. Eric calls Sonny to get Chad. Jack is not happy to see Gwen. Rafe tells Jack and Gwen that Sarah has an alibi. Gwen and Xander suspect that Gwen wore a Sarah mask and killed Abby. Sarah and Xander find the Sarah mask in Gwen's luggage. They put it back when Gwen comes into her hotel room. Gwen disposes of the mask in a dumpster. Leo finds it and confronts her with it. Xarah go dumpster diving for the mask. Since they have no evidence, they decide to not tell the police and to investigate Gwen on their own. Johnny wants Paulina to help him win back Chanel. Victor tells Alex what his role will be at Titan.
- Kiểm tra, thúc đẩy tiến độ xây dựng tuyến đường sắt đô thị đoạn Nhổn - ga Hà Nội, Thủ tướng Phạm Minh Chính yêu cầu phải hoàn thành đoạn trên cao chậm nhất vào cuối năm nay - Liên hoan Phát thanh toàn quốc lần thứ XV đã thành công tốt đẹp. Phát biểu tại Lễ bế mạc, Tổng Giám đốc Đài TNVN, Trưởng Ban Chỉ đạo Đỗ Tiến Sỹ khẳng định: “ Đây là một kỳ Liên hoan Phát thanh đầy ấn tượng và nhiều tình cảm ấm áp” - Ủy ban Kiểm tra Tỉnh ủy Quảng Ninh kiểm tra, xác minh, làm rõ dấu hiệu vi phạm đối với Đảng ủy bộ phận Trung tâm CDC Quảng Ninh và ông Ninh Văn Chủ, nguyên Bí thư Đảng ủy, nguyên Giám đốc CDC Quảng Ninh trong vụ tiệc chia tay nghỉ hưu - Xuất khẩu gạo Việt Nam 7 tháng chạm mốc 2 tỷ USD, tăng 7% so với cùng kỳ năm ngoái. Kỷ lục này, lần đầu tiên được ghi nhận tiếp tục khẳng định vị thế, giá trị hạt gạo Việt - Gần 600 tên lửa phóng từ Dải Gaza vào lãnh thổ Israel. Hội đồng Bảo an Liên Hợp Quốc lên kế hoạch họp khẩn và thế giới liên tục đưa ra những lời kêu gọi các bên kiềm chế Chủ đề : xuất khẩu gạo, tăng cao, kỷ lục --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1thoisu0/support
- Tối 6/8, tại nhà hát TP.HCM đã diễn ra Lễ bế mạc Liên hoan Phát thanh toàn quốc lần thứ XV năm 2022. Tham dự có ông Nguyễn Văn Nên, Uỷ bộ chính trị Bí thư Thành uỷ TP.HCM, Phó Thủ tướng Chính phủ Vũ Đức Đam, ông Lê Quốc Minh, Uỷ viên trung ương Đảng, Phó Trưởng ban Tuyên giáo Trung ương, Tổng Biên tập báo Nhân dân, ông Phan Văn Mãi, Uỷ viên Trung ương Đảng, Chủ tịch UBND TP.HCM cùng các đại biểu là Uỷ viên Trung ương Đảng. Về phía Đài Tiếng nói Việt Nam có ông Đỗ Tiến Sỹ, Uỷ viên Trung ương Đảng, Tổng giám đốc và các Phó Tổng giám đốc cùng nhiều phóng viên biên tập viên 63 đài phát thanh truyền hình trên cả nước. Chủ đề : Lễ bế mạc, LHPT toàn quốc, lần thứ XV --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
- Hôm qua 5/8, các nước Liên minh châu Âu đã chính thức thông qua kế hoạch khẩn cấp của khối nhằm cắt giảm sử dụng khí đốt để tiết kiệm nhiên liệu cho mùa đông sắp tới, hai quốc gia trong khối là Ba Lan và Hungary vẫn tiếp tục phản đối đạo luật này. Tác giả : Hải Đăng/VOV CH Czech Chủ đề : eu, kế hoạch, khí đốt --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
- Hôm qua, các quan chức Mỹ và Iran đã có cuộc gặp gián tiếp với sự trung gian của Liên minh châu Âu (EU), nhằm khôi phục thỏa thuận hạt nhân ký năm 2015. Cuộc gặp nằm trong khuôn khổ vòng đàm phán thứ 8 về thỏa thuận hạt nhân Iran được khởi động tại Viên, Áo. Tuy nhiên, không có nhiều khả năng cuộc gặp này sẽ mang lại một kết quả đột phá, do cả 2 bên đều gặp khó khăn trong thuyết phục bên kia nhượng bộ. Tác giả : Anh Tuấn/VOV1 Chủ đề : đàm phán, hạt nhân, iran --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
- Chủ tịch nước Nguyễn Xuân Phúc dâng hương tưởng nhớ đồng chí Võ Chí Công. Tối nay, tại tỉnh Quảng Nam diễn ra Lễ kỷ niệm 110 năm Ngày sinh Chủ tịch HĐNN Võ Chí Công- Nhà lãnh đạo xuất sắc của Đảng và cách mạng Việt Nam. -Thủ tướng Phạm Minh Chính chủ trì phiên họp lần thứ 16 Ban chỉ đạo Quốc gia phòng, chống dịch Covid -19 và phiên họp của Ban chỉ đạo Quốc gia về tài chính toàn diện. -Tối nay Liên hoan phát thanh toàn quốc lần thứ XV bế mạc tại TPHCM. - Bình Dương hỗ trợ từ 400-600 triệu đồng cho bác sĩ về công tác tại địa phương nhằm thu hút nguồn nhân lực cho ngành y tế. - Thêm 3 tàu chở đầy ngũ cốc rời các cảng của U-crai-na. -Israel bất ngờ phát động một chiến dịch quân sự mới nhằm vào phong trào “Thánh chiến Hồi giáo” tại dải Gaza Chủ đề : Chủ tịch nước, Nguyễn Xuân Phúc, dâng hương tưởng nhớ, đồng chí Võ Chí Công. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1thoisu0/support
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How do you recruit top talent when you're a startup?Our guest, Mandy Edmund, is known among the VCs in the Bay Area as having an uncanny ability to define the go-to-market leadership needs of an early-stage company. She loves working with early hiring teams, providing clarity on what is needed in a role, and helping Founders with their pitch to top talent. A seasoned founder with a successful exit, Mandy is currently the COO for SwingSearch, a recruiting agency for startups and high-growth companies seeking top-tier talent. Renown Venture Capitalists confidently refer SwingSearch to their portfolio companies to lead end-to-end searches.Mandy is a Board Member of WorldWide Orphans Foundation, an active Mentor at Techstars, and a Mom to three amazing daughters.To learn more about SwingSearch, please visit: https://swingsearch.com/Please connect with Mandy and SwingSearch via these social platforms:IG: https://www.instagram.com/swingsearch/LI: https://www.linkedin.com/company/swingsearch and https://www.linkedin.com/in/mandy-edmund-9b80a916/TW: https://twitter.com/swingtalent and https://twitter.com/mandy_edmund?lang=enThank you for carving out time to improve your Founder Game - when you do better, your business will do better - cheers!Ande ♥https://andelyons.com#bestyoutubechannelforstartups #femalefounders #talentacquisition Psst: If you're thinking “Wow – that Andelicious Advice really helped me,” please feel free to buy me a cup of coffee – a breve cappuccino will make my heart and mind sing with joy and keep me powered to serve more founders – thank you! ♥https://www.buymeacoffee.com/andelyonsCONNECT WITH ME ONLINE: https://andelyons.com https://twitter.com/AndeLyonshttps://www.facebook.com/StartupLifew... https://www.linkedin.com/in/andelyons/ https://www.instagram.com/ande_lyons/ https://www.pinterest.com/andelyons/ https://angel.co/andelyons TikTok: @andelyonsANDELICIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTSArlan's Academy: https://arlansacademy.com/Scroobious - use Ande15 discount code: https://www.scroobious.com/Founder University: https://course.founder.universityhttps://bit.ly/AAElizabethYinTune in to Mia Voss' Shit We Don't Talk About podcast here: https://shitwedonttalkaboutpodcast.com/ANDELICIOUS RESOURCES:JOIN STARTUP LIFE LIVE MEETUP GROUPGet an alert whenever I post a new show!https://bit.ly/StartupLifeLIVEAGORAPULSEMy favorite digital marketing dashboard is AGORAPULSE – it's the best platform to manage your social media posts and presence! Learn more here: http://www.agorapulse.com?via=ande17STARTUP DOX Do you need attorney reviewed legal documents for your startup? I'm a proud community partner of Startup Dox, a new service provided by Selvarajah Law PC which helps you draw out all the essential paperwork needed to kickstart your business in a super cost-effective way. All the legal you're looking for… only without confusion or frustration. EVERY filing and document comes with an attorney review. You will never do it alone. Visit https://www.thestartupdox.com/ and use my discount code ANDE10 to receive 10% off your order.SPONSORSHIPIf you resonate with the show's mission of amplifying diverse founder voices while serving first-time founders around the world, please reach out to me to learn more about making an impact through sponsoring the Startup Life LIVE Show! firstname.lastname@example.org.STREAMYARD OVERLAYS AND GRAPHIC DESIGNNicky Pasquierhttps://www.virtuosoassistant.co.uk/
- Chính phủ đôn đốc các bộ, ngành và địa phương triển khai quyết liệt, hiệu quả các chương trình mục tiêu quốc gia giai đoạn 2021 – 2025 - Hai nhóm vấn đề thuộc các bộ: Công an, Văn hóa thể thao và du lịch quản lý sẽ được chất vấn tại Phiên họp thứ 14 của Ủy ban Thường vụ Quốc hội - Liên hoan phát thanh toàn quốc lần thứ XV, sân chơi lớn của những người làm báo phát thanh chính thức khai mạc tại thành phố Hồ Chí Minh - Đảo ngọc Phú Quốc, tỉnh Kiên Giang được tạp chí du lịch nổi tiếng của Mỹ bình chọn là 1 trong 25 hòn đảo tốt nhất thế giới - Trung Quốc hủy cuộc họp cấp cao với Nhật Bản sau tuyên bố về Đài Loan của Nhóm các nước công nghiệp hàng đầu thế giới (G7) - Ngân hàng trung ương Anh tăng lãi suất mạnh nhất trong 27 năm nhằm đối phó với lạm phát Chủ đề : đảo phú quốc, du lịch, hòn đảo, tốt nhất thế giới --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1thoisu0/support
Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by asking listeners how they find idle time to relax. Michael Curry weighs in on the U.S. response to monkeypox, and U.S. Attorney Rachael Rollins' new hate-crime hotline. Curry is chair of the NAACP Advocacy and Policy Committee, and is president and CEO of the Mass. League of Community Health Centers. Kevin and Michael Bacon preview their latest music together, and discussed their tour across New England. Michael is an Emmy Award-winning film and television composer. Kevin is an actor – currently starring in Showtime's “City on a Hill” and the new thriller “They/Them.” Together they form the “Bacon Brothers” musical duo. Irene Li discuss BIPOC women in the farmer's market scene, and the state of the restaurant industry. Li is a James Beard Award-winning chef and owner of Mei Mei Dumplings. Shirley Leung updates listeners on the state of the MBTA, with the upcoming Orange Line shutdown and continued slew of dangerous incidents. Leung is a business columnist for the Boston Globe. Brad Vernatter, Omar Najmi and Mack Wolz perform a few songs, and discuss their upcoming performances of “Romeo and Juliet” on the Common with the Boston Lyric Opera. Vernatter is artistic and general director for the BLO. Najmi and Wolz are performers with the BLO. They were accompanied on piano by Douglas Sumi. We end the show by discussing recent studies showing the harmful effects of unhealthy food.
Bruce says we should have a mix of fossil fuel and green energy. Crime is out of control on Long Island also. Police in LI are doing a great job. 11 Monkey pox cases in LI.
- Sáng nay (5/8), tại Đài tiếng nói Nhân dân TP.HCM diễn ra hội thảo “Sản xuất chương trình phát thanh giải trí trong bối cảnh bùng nổ giải trí trực tuyến” nhằm tìm ra cách thức, giải pháp để phát thanh luôn phát triển và là sự lựa chọn không thể thiếu trong đời sống tinh thần của người dân. Hội thảo nằm trong khuôn khổ Liên hoan phát thanh toàn quốc lần thứ XV. Chủ đề : giải trí số, phát thanh, nội dung --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support
In this episode, Ben chats with Anita Li, Ph.D., BCBA-D, about her research on the status of women in behaviour analysis in terms of pay equity, publishing, and more. This leads to a conversation about her article on solidarity among non-Black people of colour in promoting racial equity. Correction: In the last 30 minutes of this episode Ben mentions recording this episode in January 2020. The episode was actually recorded January 2022. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop BACB: 2.0 Learning IBAO: 2.0 Cultural Show Notes: Shades of ABA - Anita Li's Interview: https://anchor.fm/shadesofaba/episodes/Divided-We-Fall-e18i241 Beautiful Humans Podcast: https://anchor.fm/beautiful-humans Stamped From The Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi: https://www.amazon.ca/Stamped-Beginning-Definitive-History-National/dp/1568585985/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2AF5SLRBX07CE&keywords=stamped+from+the+beginning&qid=1659134275&s=books&sprefix=stamped+from+%2Cstripbooks%2C183&sr=1-1 How To Be Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi: https://www.amazon.ca/How-Be-Antiracist-Ibram-Kendi/dp/0525509283/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2W47EPRWRCXVW&keywords=how+to+be+an+antiracist&qid=1659134318&s=books&sprefix=how+to+be+%2Cstripbooks%2C171&sr=1-1 The Behaviour Speak Podcast Episodes Referenced: Episode 26: https://www.behaviourspeak.com/e/episode-26-smashing-the-patriarchy-a-conversation-about-sexism-and-privilege-in-behaviour-analysis-with-dr-natalia-baires-phd-bcba-d Episode 27: https://www.behaviourspeak.com/e/episode-27-translational-research-digeorge-syndrome-and-a-little-dash-of-metacontingencies-with-valdeep-saini-phd-bcba-d Articles Referenced: Ayllon, T., & Michael, J. (1959). The psychiatric nurse as a behavioral engineer. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 2(4), 323–334. https://doi.org/10.1901/jeab.1959.2-323 Li, A., Curiel, H., Pritchard, J., & Poling, A. (2018). Participation of women in behavior analysis research: Some recent and relevant data. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 11(2), 160–164. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-018-0211-6 Li, A., Gravina, N., Pritchard, J. K., & Poling, A. (2019). The gender pay gap for behavior analysis faculty. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 12(4), 743–746. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-019-00347-4 Li, A. (2021). Solidarity: The role of non-black people of color in promoting racial equity. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 14, 549–553. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-020-00498-9 Rotta, K., Li, A., Curiel, E. S. L. et al. (2022). Women in behavior analysis: A review of the literature. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 15, 592–607. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-021-00642-z
Liên Hiệp Quốc cảnh báo về một nhà máy điện nguyên tử ở Ukraine nằm ngoài sự kiểm soát. Trong khi đó Kyiv yêu cầu Lebanon hãy ngăn chận một chiếc tàu của Syria mà Ukraine cho là đang chở ngũ cốc đánh cắp từ nước nầy.
In this episode, my special guest Eleanor Beaton and I discuss issues of gender, culture, race, myth, and history and how each of these factors tend to help shape our personal adult identities. Tune in to hear several wonderful stories and a beautifully powerful vision for the future! I think you will get excited about reflecting on your own journey, and how you've arrived at the life that you're leading right now.Eleanor Beaton is the founder of SafiMedia, an education & coaching company for women entrepreneurs. SafiMedia is committed to advancing global gender equity one woman-owned business at a time. Together with her colleagues, Eleanor is on a mission to double the number of women entrepreneurs who scale past $1M in revenue by 2030. Timestamps:• [5:07] Eleanor discusses when the economically disempowered generational fire was lit for her.• [7:49] “The other part of it, though, was just this fierce determination to be independent.”• [12:17] “At the age of 14, when I looked at my mom and I said, thank you for the advice, I'm going to use it and I don't want to be like you.• [20:24] Eleanor talks about being grateful for her mom and the strength it took to raise her and her siblings in a patriarchal and racist culture. For more information on the Make Time for Success podcast, visit: https://www.maketimeforsuccesspodcast.comGain Access to Dr. Christine Li's Free Resource Library where she offers you 12 downloadable tools and templates to help you bypass the impulse to procrastinate. CLICK HERE NOW TO CLAIM YOUR FREE RESOURCES: https://procrastinationcoach.mykajabi.com/freelibraryTo work with Dr. Li on a weekly basis in her coaching and accountability program, please register for The Success Lab here: https://www.procrastinationcoach.com/labConnect with Us!Dr. Christine Li -Website: https://www.procrastinationcoach.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/procrastinationcoachInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/procrastinationcoach/Eleanor Beaton - Website: https://eleanorbeaton.com & https://safi-media.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safimediaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/eleanorbeatonLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eleanorbeaton/
Dr Alok Trivedi, aka Dr Rewire, is the founder of on of 2021 Inc. 5000's fastest-growing companies, Aligned Performance Institute, and the author of Amazon Prime best-seliing book,, "Chasing Success: Lessons In Aligned Performance". Dr Trivedi joins Nick this week, to discuss 92 actionable, scientifically-proven, and most importantly practical ways in which you can rewire your brain into working more efficiently, improving the quality of your life, your business and your relationships. KEY TAKEAWAYS Personal issues, despite our best efforts, can negatively impact our business performance. Not just do they encroach on our decision-making abilities when we need them, they also affect our literal physicality. Life is a mirror when it comes to emotional response. In business, when it comes to teams, they will feel a mirror of the way that you feel, and vice versa. Often, those in positions of success and power are under far more pressure than those whose businesses may be failing. It is success that grows pressure and chaos in life. The great ones are those who recognise this and handle it. If you do not find the root cause of trauma and deal with it there, then you are doomed to repeat the fallout again and again in life. BEST MOMENTS 'The physicality comes through from the emotional experience' 'I knew that the mind-body connection was real' 'I'm not into conflict resolution, I'm into conflict evolution' 'It's the success that breeds the chaos, not the failure' VALUABLE RESOURCES Scale Up with Nick Bradley: scaleup.vip/podcast Scale Up Your Business, coaching/consulting: https://suyb.global To download a free gift from Nick - The 5 Reasons Why Your Business Will Never Get To 8-Figures ... How To Fix It Fast! - https://www.scaleupmastermind.com/free-guide1 Take the SUYB Predictable Growth Assessment™, to measure your current business performance and show you where to focus next to get to where you want to be: https://scaleup.vip/PredictableGrowthAssessment Dr Alok Trivedi - https://drrewire.com ABOUT THE HOST Nick Bradley is a renowned entrepreneur, investor, speaker, and business growth expert. His background is growing and scaling Venture Capital and Private Equity backed businesses, across the UK, the US, and further afield. Over the last decade, he has completed 117 acquisitions and 25 business exits with a combined valuation of over $5bn dollars. His “Scale Up Your Business” podcast, which ranked #1 on iTunes' business charts, has more than 350k downloads in over 130 countries. His mission is to help business founders build valuable businesses and create life-changing exits so they can realise freedom, wealth, and impact. CONTACT METHOD Nick's Facebook page: https://scaleup.vip/FB Nick's LinkedIn: https://scaleup.vip/LI Nick's Instagram: https://scaleup.vip/IG Scale Up Your Business, coaching/consulting: https://suyb.global We help business founders scale their business to a life-changing exit within 36 months. Please feel free to get in touch if we can assist.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our guest today is Stephen Rowe, Director of Digital Training at the Leadership Institute. The Leadership Institute is the premier training organization on the Right and Stephen runs their online training. He's trained more than 18,000 activists both online and off. In our conversation today, we learn more about LI's approach to training, why it's essential for effective operatives to grow their skills, and how to find the right training. The Business of Politics Show, hosted by Eric Wilson, is a production of Startup Caucus, an investment fund and incubator for Republican campaign technology.Visit StartupCaucus.com to learn more.
In this episode, host Shikha Jain, MD, speaks with Helio Genomics' Justin Chen Li about the ways in which AI has been incorporated into oncologic care, how this technology can improve care disparities, and more. Welcome to another exciting episode of Oncology Overdrive :13 About Li :18 The interview: 1:10 How did you end up in this field? 1:25 What is AI-based cancer detection? What does Helio Genomics do? ... Is it really science-fiction, or is it actually happening in today's day and age that we can actually use in our clinical practice? 4:07 There's different ways AI has been incorporated into oncologic care. What's different about what you do? 6:25 What is it that you're doing in the HCC (hepatocellular carcinoma) space right now? 7:47 Is this something that can help in that space? Is that why this is so innovative? 9:43 If you could wave a magic wand and say, “We want Helio Genomics to be able to accomplish this,” what would you want to make happen for cancer patients from using your technology? 10:45 Do you think there's a way that this could potentially address health care disparities that exist in cancer care and potentially improve the gaps in care that we often see? 12:40 How has COVID and the pandemic impacted your team — your technology, your delivery of care and your planning? … Have there been things that have forced you all to change the way you think about or improve things based on the last couple of years? 15:02 What's next for you? Where do you see yourself growing and going next from here? 18:26 Is this something you envision expanding into other aspects of health care? Is there a way to expand what you're doing outside of cancer care? 19:42 If someone could only listen to 2 to 3 minutes, or the last couple of soundbites of this episode, what would you want them to remember and take away? 21:26 How to contact Li 22:20 Thanks for listening 22:50 Justin Chen Li, is CEO of Helio Genomics, an AI-based cancer detection company focusing on next generation sequencing tests. We'd love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to Dr. Jain at email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @HemOncToday and @ShikhaJainMD. Li can be reached on LinkedIn by searching Justin Chen Li, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclosures: Jain reports she is a paid freelance writer for Lippincott. Li is CEO of Helio Genomics.
Where in your life or business are you not taking ownership? A lot of people blame others for the issues/challenges they may have in their life and business. This podcast shares my experience with body issues, Victoria's Secret Stores and more. Thank you for listening and sharing! Interested in connecting further? email@example.com FB, LI, TW or IG @melinda_vanfleet The online course I mentioned- Supercharge Your Transformation link below: https://www.goodkarmaconfidence.com/courses/transform Interested in a complimentary and customized workshop for your sales team? https://southwesterncoaching.com/melinda-van-fleet/
Putting off going to the gym... Waiting until the very last second to get the article written... Getting last year's taxes filed...and yes, the taxes from the year before filed too... With our busy lives it's so easy to put things off--sometimes it's necessary. But what if procrastination has become more of a chronic issue? What if it may be impacting your work, your relationship, your health or even keeping you from moving forward with your life? In episode 73 of The Thin Thinking Podcast, join me as we learn about procrastination in my interview with Dr. Christine Li, a New York-based clinical psychologist for the past 20 years and more recently has been taking her work online as the “Procrastination Coach.” Dr. Li is also offering everyone a free gift called the Free Source Library which she will be discussing on this podcast episode. It is available in the show notes. In This Episode, You'll Also Learn… The story behind Dr. Christina Li's journey into learning about procrastination Why do people procrastinate and how it affects not just our weight mastery but also our other activities The steps on how to overcome procrastination Links Mentioned in the Episode: Free Source Library Christine Li's social media links are as follows: Website: https://procrastinationcoach.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/procrastinationcoach Facebook Group: https://facebook.com/groups/procrastinationcoach TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@procrastinationcoach Podcast: https://maketimeforsuccesspodcast.com Sign up for my FREE video series: "The 3 Mental Shifts to End the Weight Struggle Once and for All" Sign up for the FREE HYPNOSIS DOWNLOAD : Shift Out of Sugar Cravings My book, From Fat to Thin Thinking: Unlock Your Mind for Permanent Weight Loss (Includes a 30-day hypnosis process.) What would you love to hear about on the podcast? Click here and let me know Subscribe to the email list so that you never miss an episode! Get more thin thinking tools and strategies
We're joined by Laura Summer, the original voice of Janine Melnitz on the Real Ghostbusters animated series! Laura's doing a virtual signing tomorrow, August 3, 2022 at 4PM EST/1PM PDT. Visit streamily.com to reserve your spot today! Ready to join us for another Super Live Adventure? Take a hit off the glow dog and join us by the pee conversion machine. We've got a lot to talk about, plus voicemails and spoiler-free Li'l Eddie Movie Reviews! Sign up for the weekly newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/426ffaa67956/slap-newsletter We're doing a secret Staten Island rooftop show just for members of the Li'l Chub Club! Interested in joining? Visit patreon.com/superliveadventure to learn more. Visit superliveadventure.com for past episodes, podcast merch, and more! We want to hear from you! Give us a call at 781-POD-SLAP and leave a voicemail with RoboGail! Have you tried Ross beer yet? Visit us.taprm.com for nationwide delivery, or taprm.com for same day delivery in NYC and use the promo code mentioned in this episode for 15% off any order of $25 or more. https://linktr.ee/slapodcast