Do you want to build the body you want? I know, I know, it sounds like a silly question because you're thinking, OF COURSE JULIE! But here's the thing: So many of you are trying to build the body you want, but are going about it in the wrong way. But the real kicker is that, you are going about it in the wrong way but have NO IDEA that you ware going about it in the wrong way. That's why in this episode of Embrace You Real, I'm going to teach you what to look out for and help you avoid those fad diets and quick fix solutions that are only adding to the problem and NOT helping. Before I share the 5 signs, I first want to share some downsides of following Fad Diets and Quick Fix Solutions… 1. They trigger you to enter into THE CYCLE…the cycle of gaining and losing and gaining and losing weight. 2. They can damage your metabolism. 3. It hinders your mental health. 4. It stops you from living your life. So now that you know the downsides of following these types of diets,tune in to find out what are the five tell-tail signs of a Fad Diet. If you want to learn how to successfully build the body you want WITHOUT a fad diet…then it's time you check out my HYBC. I teach you the tools you need to create LIFE LONG habits that will bring you LONG TERM results. Yes, it is a four week challenge, but a challenge to kickstart these habits so you continue doing them for the rest of your life. It will help you break the toxic cycle, help you THRIVE, and help you develop a healthy relations with food, fitness, and your body. You sign up now by heading over to honoryourbodychallenge.com
This week I am talking about being cheerful, forgiving, and flexible--freelance medical writer success trait number 7. How far do you have to go in this regard? Is the customer or client always right? When should you cut ties with a client? Here are the top 10 traits of successful medical writers as I see them: Focused on what the client and reader wants and needs Follows directions Follows formatting Responsive Well versed in AMA style and rules of editing. Organized and mindful of time. Cheerful/forgiving/flexible Professional with clients on calls LinkedIn presence. Lifelong learner You can listen to that overview episode here Download the free AMA Style cheat sheet here Download the free AMA style reference list here Course EDITING FOR MEDICAL WRITERS (Learn AMA Style https://learnamastyle.com/) Find out more information about how to get into freelance medical writing at 6weekcourse.com Does your company need medical writing assistance? visit Nascentmc.com VisualMedComms is a new membership where you can learn how to make your medical and scientific communications visually appealing and benefit from incorporating a new set of in-demand skills to offer your clients. visualmedcomms.com
It's time to pack up the car and head to our favorite beach house! We'll reminisce about our childhood and lifelong friendships while we chat about Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey's 'Beaches'. We are joined by the wind beneath Matt's wings, Angie Weiler, for our second entry in our "Two Female Leads" round! We talk about the amazing child casting, why 'Beaches' is essential viewing, and give our elevator pitches for other first time watchers. So get the driver, cancel the show and hit the road talk, because it's time to talk about what makes 'Beaches' a timeless classic, listen to our dream double features, and build our "Beach Movie Rushmore Mountains" sandcastles. Chapters 0:00 Intro 3:13 Meet Our Guest 4:40 Angie's Clubhouse Update 6:46 Movie Recap 15:13 What Makes “Beaches”? 22:33 Elevator Pitch 42:12 Adam Driver Drive-In 49:32 Beach Movies Rushmore Mountain 59:13 Final Thoughts OUR WEBSITE Music: Umbels #threefilmspod #indiepodcast #beachesmoviereview #beachesmovieessay #beachesmovie #beachesfilm #beachesfilmreview #beachesfilmessay #filmreviews #moviereviews #filmessays #movieessays #movies #films #videopodcast #subscribe #patreon #youtube #youtubechannel #youtuber #moviereactions #youtubevideos #youtubereactions #beaches #bettemidler #barbarahershey #garrymarshall #mayimbialik #windbeneathmywings --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threefilmspod/message
So this week I have a touch of Covid (thankfully, the seemingly milder Omicron variety). And YES I got 2 vaccinations and a booster! Anyway, I don't want you having to listen to my croaky voice, except for in the intro sections! I did a 3-part series on productivity a while back and thought I would repost the series as a single episode here as it pertains to success trait number 6, which is “organized and mindful of time.” In the first of this 3-part series, I describe productivity hacks that everyone can use. In the second of this 3-part series, I talk about medical-writer specific productivity hacks. In the third of this 3-part series, I talk about delegating, the key to being uberproductive and having enough free time. Here are the top 10 traits of successful medical writers as I see them: Focused on what the client and reader wants and needs Follows directions Follows formatting Responsive Well versed in AMA style and rules of editing. Organized and mindful of time. Cheerful/forgiving/flexible Professional with clients on calls LinkedIn presence. Lifelong learner You can listen to that overview episode here Download the free AMA Style cheat sheet here Download the free AMA style reference list here Course EDITING FOR MEDICAL WRITERS (Learn AMA Style https://learnamastyle.com/) Find out more information about how to get into freelance medical writing at 6weekcourse.com Does your company need medical writing assistance? visit Nascentmc.com VisualMedComms is a new membership where you can learn how to make your medical and scientific communications visually appealing and benefit from incorporating a new set of in-demand skills to offer your clients. visualmedcomms.com
Today we have a great question from a student who asked about the difference between the words lifetime, lifelong, and lifespan. These words all seem to refer to the time period of someone's life, but we use them in different ways in English. You might have a lot of questions like this one, about the difference between English words that seem very similar or even identical – and you'll find a lot of answers inside my e-book, 600+ Confusing English Words Explained. The lessons have easy-to-understand explanations and examples, so that the confusing words become clear to you!
Friends can help enrich our lives. They can provide comfort and support during difficult times. Lifelong friendships, though, are rare and beautiful. In our current times, it is a must to focus our attention on creating powerful, lifelong friendships. It's not as hard as you think. It takes a friend to be a friend. For the full blog (and specific resources) click HERE!
Alexander González is a Social Audio Influencer, Love Aficionado, Ketopreneur and paid public speaker. As a husband and father of two, he faced past trauma and abuse that was holding him back and transformed his health, losing 84 lbs. Today, Alexander has dedicated his life to helping others work through the same transformation he once faced. As a Ketopreneur, he went on to build $6M+ annual revenue business. But his real superpower is helping others step into their greatness. As a Social Audio Influencer, Alexander lifts up those he connects with through Clubhouse - rising their spirit and the vibration of every room he is a part of.
Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Larisa Harington! Harington is a Burnout Recovery and Prevention Strategist Coach, Holistic Coach, Yoga Therapist, Mindfulness Coach, Facilitator and Air Force Retiree.
A chance encounter at a funeral leads to a second act reselling vintage toy cars. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: email@example.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.
Creating demand is not sharing a link to your ebook on LinkedIn. Capturing demand is not collecting an email after teasing a prospect just enough to get them to fork it over. Demand creation is showing up every day to provide valuable content to your industry with no strings attached. Your goal is to create so much demand for your product that the prospect comes to you and gives you their contact info with the expectation that you will call them. Unfortunately, most companies opt to skip the demand creation and try to go straight to the capture, which leads to several problems. In this episode, Chris discusses the relationship between demand creation and capture and the best way to utilize both. Thanks to our friends at Hatch for producing this episode. Get unlimited podcast editing at usehatch.fm.
It's been a long time coming for Moe, but he finally accomplished his lifelong goal! Music has always been his number love, and he spent the last few weeks working on his first album.He finally finished it, and now he's excited about its upcoming release. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
THE THESIS: There is no possible medical defense of, a). Pathologizing teen rebellion b). Promoting a dangerous pathology c). Medicalizing teen rebellion d). Imposing surgery for a form of rebellion and/or a mental health issue THE SCRIPTURE: When human beings make their own gods THE MONOLOGUE: This is gender rebellion 1950s Teenage Tearaways, Gang, Hoodlums. Educational film Rebel without a cause THE NEWS: Ask a “Gender” “Therapist” How to understand your “trans” identity Here's a guy who appears to be grooming kids into Gender Rebellion A man who wants his body back confronted his so-called “gender” “therapist” … See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Freelance Medical Writer Success Trait Number 5: Being well versed in the AMA Manual of Style and rules of writing and editing In this week's episode, I talk about the success trait number 5, and that is being well versed in the AMA Manual of Style and the rules of writing and editing. Qualities like having a science background, being detail oriented and having the ability to sit quietly at a computer are a given and not included in the 10 traits. Here are the top 10 traits as I see them: Focused on what the client and reader wants and needs Follows directions Follows formatting Responsive Well versed in AMA style and rules of editing. Organized and mindful of time. Cheerful/forgiving/flexible Professional with clients on calls LinkedIn presence. Lifelong learner From today's episode: If you would like an advance review copy of Nick Nichols' (aka dear hubby) new legal thriller All We Hold Dear coming out March 1, 2022, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a copy. Here are some books I recommend: On Writing by Stephen King Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott On Writing Well by William Zinsser The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr. and E.B. White How to Write Bestselling Fiction by Dean Koontz War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles by Steven Pressfield And my book Freelance Medical Writing Emma Hitt Nichols, PhD Download the AMA Style cheat sheet here Download the AMA style reference list here Course EDITING FOR MEDICAL WRITERS (Learn AMA Style https://learnamastyle.com/) Find out more information about how to get into freelance medical writing at 6weekcourse.com Does your company need medical writing assistance? visit Nascentmc.com VisualMedComms is a new membership where you can learn how to make your medical and scientific communications visually appealing and benefit from incorporating a new set of in-demand skills to offer your clients. visualmedcomms.com
America is 4% of the world's population but 28% of worldwide Covid19 cases. 7 million U.S children now have had Covid. Part two: Making Last bonds with your children
Life-threatening, lifelong chronic diseases from infancy are at the top of the list of medical challenges. A woman who has dealt with cystic fibrosis her entire life discusses how mindset is often the biggest factor in living a full life with such a disease, and sets out her recipe for shoring up one's approach.
Dave Lomas (Pastor of Reality SF) talks with Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman about the role of friendships in ministry, how preaching has changed over the past couple of years and the challenges of doing discipleship in a hybrid church model. – State of Your Church: This 2022 initiative kicks off with a free 90 minute webcast on Tuesday, March 1st at 1:00pm ET. Join Barna president David Kinnaman and hosts Carey Nieuwhof and Nona Jones by registering for free at Barna.com/stateofyourchurch. Medi-Share: Go to medishare.com/churchpulse to calculate your cost savings and see how much you could be saving on health insurance by switching to their services.
Cross TrainingListen Carefully to Wise InstructionRead or WatchThis year at a teen event, we had a competition where several teams had to guide a blindfolded teammate through a maze using only their voice. It was fun but a little chaotic, as our young folks tried to make their way, discerning between different voices and instructions: "Turn left!" "No, right!" "Keep going, you're doing great!" It's a bit like the different advice we receive as we navigate our own twists and turns. Who do you listen to — or should you just shut the voices out, determined to stumble along on your own?We're Cross Training to develop our lifelong learning, the last of twelve marks of the Master we've worked on this year. Lifelong learning comes when we follow Jesus as disciples, hunger and thirst after righteousness, examine ourselves, and seek out wise counsel. So why do we need wise advisors, and how do we find them?What You Need to KnowNaturally, what makes sense to you makes sense to you! But we all need to hear other points of view. Even a fool is "right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice" (Prov. 12:15). If you think going it alone — listening to no one — proves your strength, remember that the battle usually goes to those with the best counselors: "Plans are established by counsel; by wise guidance wage war" (Prov. 20:18). In fact, while you don't want to listen to just anyone, this is one area of life where more is usually better. "Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed" (Prov. 15:22).So when you come to a crossroads and face a challenging decision, look for those who can help you choose the right way. And even in your day-to-day walk, who would you love to take with you on this journey, to help you see things clearly and live well? Looking around your life, fill your cabinet of advisors asking yourself, "who do I want to have in my ear?" Prayerfully build relationships with mentors and friends who exhibit the fruit of the Spirit as those who "belong to Christ Jesus" (Gal. 5:22-24).What You Need to DoChoose your advisors carefully. Give attention to "your father's instruction" and "your mother's teaching" (Prov. 1:8). Rather than leaning toward those with whom you have the most in common, look for wisdom and the fear of the Lord (Prov. 9:10). Unlike Rehoboam, who lost part of his kingdom by choosing the advice of his young friends over older counselors (1 Kings 12), seek out mentors and thinking partners who have more experience than you (cf. Prov. 16:31). As Job said, "Wisdom is with the aged, and understanding in length of days" (Job 12:12). That doesn't mean we should "despise" the wisdom of young, faithful people (1 Tim. 4:12). To the contrary, they too can offer a unique and helpful perspective, holding to their "sincere faith" in the word they've received (2 Tim. 1:5).Humbly listen, even when it's uncomfortable to hear. Never become too proud for correction, since anyone "who hates reproof is stupid" (Prov. 12:1). Find the "sweetness of a friend" in their "earnest counsel" (Prov. 27:9), even when their "faithful ... wounds" of correction (Prov. 27:5-6) hurt all the more for their frankness and love (Lev. 19:17-18).Don't equate any human's advice with God's wisdom. To David and Absalom, "the counsel Ahithophel gave was as if one consulted the word of God" (2 Sam. 16:23). That can get dangerous even with the most sage and experienced advisor. Wisdom can come in a lot of varieties from a lot of sources, some better than others (cf. James 3:13-17). Christ's disciple will always look first to the "Wonderful Counselor" (Isa. 9:6; cf. Isa. 11:2). And so this series ends where it began — Cross Training under the instruction and example of the Master!Through the WeekRead (Mon) — Luke 2:40-52; Matt. 7:6; Psalm 1:1-6; 1 Cor. 15:33; 1 Thess. 5:6-14Reflect (Tue) — Who are my counselors now, and who should I seek to advise me?Request (Wed) — "Holy Father, fill my life with an abundance of wise counselors" (cf. Prov. 15:22).Respond (Thu) — Buy lunch for a wise, older saint, enjoying their company and taking in their insights.Reach Out (Fri) — How has wise counsel made a difference in your life?Support the Show
Support the show to get full episodes and join the Discord community. Irina is a faculty member at MILA-Quebec AI Institute and a professor at Université de Montréal. She has worked from both ends of the neuroscience/AI interface, using AI for neuroscience applications, and using neural principles to help improve AI. We discuss her work on biologically-plausible alternatives to back-propagation, using "auxiliary variables" in addition to the normal connection weight updates. We also discuss the world of lifelong learning, which seeks to train networks in an online manner to improve on any tasks as they are introduced. Catastrophic forgetting is an obstacle in modern deep learning, where a network forgets old tasks when it is trained on new tasks. Lifelong learning strategies, like continual learning, transfer learning, and meta-learning seek to overcome catastrophic forgetting, and we talk about some of the inspirations from neuroscience being used to help lifelong learning in networks. Irina's website.Twitter: @irinarishRelated papers:Beyond Backprop: Online Alternating Minimization with Auxiliary Variables.Towards Continual Reinforcement Learning: A Review and Perspectives.Lifelong learning video tutorial: DLRL Summer School 2021 - Lifelong Learning - Irina Rish. 0:00 - Intro 3:26 - AI for Neuro, Neuro for AI 14:59 - Utility of philosophy 20:51 - Artificial general intelligence 24:34 - Back-propagation alternatives 35:10 - Inductive bias vs. scaling generic architectures 45:51 - Continual learning 59:54 - Neuro-inspired continual learning 1:06:57 - Learning trajectories
PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 3: EIB Guest Host Michael Berry, from NewsRadio 740 KTRH in Houston, takes us back to the day Rush Limbaugh received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Trump. Lifelong listeners share stories of Rush's massive impact on their lives. We end with Rush's tradition of playing Mannheim Steamroller's Silent Night ("Stille Nacht") and his final holiday message: "Merry Christmas, Everybody -- I Love You All." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Are you a frustrated runner trying to get out of the injury cycle or a dedicated runner who is looking to get stronger, faster, and enjoy a long life of injury free running? Over the past 18 years, I have been helping runners as a physical therapist and run coach and have designed a system with a structured plan to get you out of the injury cycle and help unlock your greatest potential as a runner! In this episode, I break down the 3 foundational pillars to lifelong, injury free running! These have been the cornerstone of our framework for our Healthy Runner coaching program and if you can unlock these then you will become stronger, faster, consistent, and achieve that PR you have been chasing or that big scary running goal! Resource mentioned in this episode: SPARK Blueprint: 5 Tips To Run Stronger & Healthier https://programs.sparkyourtraining.com/blueprint Are you ready to take action and get the accountability you deserve to unlock your greatest potential as a runner? Get stronger, run faster, and become a lifelong injury free runner with our 16 week 1-on-1 Healthy Runner Coaching Program. Get the support, structure, and accountability from experts in the health and running industry. Personalized easy to follow plans tailored to your unique needs and busy life. If you're interested in learning more, we've got a behind the scenes video tour of our coaching program and hear from many of our athletes who were struggling with the same sticking points that you are. Just head to: https://programs.sparkyourtraining.com/coaching This week's show brought to you by: Tracer2 by Noxgear. The Tracer2 keeps you safe while you run by pairing powerful multi-color LED fiber optics with ultra-reflective 3M patterns and fluorescence. The Tracer2 maximizes your visibility through changing light, weather conditions, and in the glare of headlights. This amazing product by Noxgear has been recently re-engineered for a better fit, higher visibility, more color modes and twice the LEDs for your brightest move yet. If you're looking for running gear that will actually help you stay safe while running we've got a special offer for you where you can save 35% by using the code HEALTHYRUNNER. Just head to: https://noxgear.com Connect with Dr. Duane: Instagram - @sparkyourtraining Join Our Healthy Runner Facebook Community Subscribe to our YouTube Channel email@example.com www.sparkyourtraining.com Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play iHeartRadio Amazon Music Website
https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2020/12/22/lifelong-listener-on-how-rushs-voice-connects-three-generations/ Lifelong Listener on How Rush's Voice Connects Three Generations Dec 22, 2020 RUSH: Adam in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Hello. CALLER: Hello, Rush. Thank you so much for taking my call. Merry Christmas — and, sir, you are definitely family to me. No, it's not Open Line Friday, but I need to tell you what I mean by family. I grew up a lifelong listener, thanks to my father, Jeffrey, and my grandfather, Monroe. We've always listened to you, and my grandfather was fortunate enough to go see you live in your studio. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Lifelong learning is about being resourceful, curious, and motivated to seek out opportunities, wherever they may be.Being open and inquisitive has profound personal and professional benefits. Listen, Get Inspired, and Level Up.
In this episode, Justin Burket of The Snipped talks about "dadcore" and band vasectomy requirements, why drummers are the worst, creating interesting merch and signing with Allegedly Records. Plus, material handling, putting out physical copies of music, and how the expectations of success change over time. You can check out Justin and The Snipped at the following locations: https://www.allegedlyrecords.com/copy-of-the-snipped https://www.facebook.com/thesnipped https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBxrpxmk9aTaDhpes0pTwOQ https://www.instagram.com/thesnipped/ Paul works a day job and puts out vinyl and puts on shows via Katzulhu Productions https://www.facebook.com/paul.neil.12 https://www.facebook.com/katzulhu
Cross TrainingLook Inwardly to What God SeesRead or WatchMy family — with our pasty-white complexion — has a history of skin cancer. But after skipping my dermatologist appointment for almost a decade, my doctor was shocked by the amount of work he needed to do as he checked every freckle, sun-spot, and mole. I'm reminded that it's not just the "outer self" that needs regular checkups. Maybe it's past time to schedule an appointment with the Great Physician for a spiritual examination.We're Cross Training to develop our lifelong learning, the last of twelve marks of the Master we've worked on this year. Lifelong learning comes when we follow Jesus as disciples, hunger and thirst after righteousness, examine ourselves, and seek out wise counsel. So why is self-examination so important, and why do we tend to avoid it?What You Need to KnowJesus directs our attention to ourselves during the Sermon on the Mount, when he tells us to "first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother's eye" (Matt. 7:5). Personal change like that begins with what we "see" and "notice" (Matt. 7:3). When we hear God's word, it should lead us to take a hard look at ourselves and start the work of correcting any problems we find. Anyone who hears and doesn't do that is "like a man who looks intently at his natural face in a mirror" and then "goes away and at once forgets what he was like" (James 1:23-24).But sometimes we get so caught up examining others, that we forget to check ourselves. Many in Corinth wanted to test Paul, but he repeatedly emphasizes the word "yourselves" to challenge them to look in the mirror. "Examine yourselves, to see whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves. Or do you not realize this about yourselves, that Jesus Christ is in you?—unless indeed you fail to meet the test!" (2 Cor. 13:5). Rather than having a distorted picture of ourselves as we help others, we need to turn our focus inward and test our own work (Gal. 6:3-4).What You Need to DoBefore you worship, take a moment to consider yourself. Do I have an issue to work out between me and my brother or sister? "So if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar and go. First be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift" (Matt. 5:23-24). Before participating in the Lord's Supper, see if you've prepared your heart to remember Christ in a worthy manner. "But a man must examine himself, and in so doing he is to eat of the bread and drink of the cup" (1 Cor. 11:28).Bring your life before God in honest prayer, inviting him to see you (warts and all) and lead you into his complete righteousness. David prayed to God, "test my heart and my mind" (Ps. 26:2). He begins another psalm acknowledging that God knows everything (Ps. 139:1-16), ending with a prayerful consideration of his own thoughts and actions, pleading, "Search me, O God, and know my heart! Try me and know my thoughts! And see if there be any grievous way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting!" (Ps. 139:23-24). When you find anything out-of-line with the Lord's goodness, acknowledge it to him and walk in the light (1 John 1:7-10).Learn from your mistakes and try to see yourself more clearly through the lens of those difficulties. Even when something challenging happens that has nothing to do with you, see if there's something you can learn from it. Remember, "It is for discipline that you have to endure. God is treating you as sons" (Heb. 12:7). Because "the Lord disciplines the one he loves" (Heb. 12:6) to improve us (Heb. 12:4-11). When Jerusalem was destroyed, Jeremiah's lament pointed the nation to a path forward through self-examination and repentance. He said, "Let us test and examine our ways, and return to the LORD!" (Lam. 3:40).Through the WeekRead (Mon) — Matt. 7:1-5; Ps. 139:1-24; 1 Cor. 11:17-34; 2 Cor. 13:1-10; James 1:19-27Reflect (Tue) — What does the Lord see when he looks closely at my thoughts and behavior?Request (Wed) — "Search me, O God. Know me, and lead me in the everlasting way" (cf. Ps. 139:23-24).Respond (Thu) — Open up to a friend about an area of concern in your life, asking for their prayers.Reach Out (Fri) — How can you grow from the challenges you're experiencing?Support the Show
In this episode of The NBS Podcast I sit down with Patty Blancaflor senior coach at Falcon Nutrition where we talk about: Lifelong dieting PeloFondo Turning it around in your 50's Fueling for endurance sports And so much more! As always, thanks for listening and use the link below to apply for your NBS membership! Click the link below
What do you do when a place that once held your community together no longer does? Do you hold onto it, or do you let go? A man in the town of West Enosburg recently had to answer this question.
Marsh and Bishop of Terrible Wrestling Takes Podcast have teamed up for a rundown of "news", we watchalong to Bryan Danielson vs Wangman Page, talk HOOK, NXT 2.0 and more! Sponsored by Flow State Coffee NooWave.co Promo code "cheers" ------------------------------------ Marsh and Bishop discuss this past week in wrestling.. Recorded December 16, 2021 Just a couple of friends having drinks and talking wrestling. We review WWE and AEW. As well as go over what's happening in the wrestling news. We don't pretend to have inside knowledge and we still seem to guess whats happening next with about the same accuracy as everyone who claims they do. So tune in and tip your glass with us as we cover what we like, what we don't, and how we see things from the outside looking in! If you've got no one to talk wrestling with then be we will be your Drinking Buddies! Twitter for hosts @RefMarsh @Kevlarontherox @CrybabyKlump @AmandaJayne @Beard_Sports https://www.twitch.tv/wrestlingontherocks for live streams every Tuesday and Thursday where you can join the chat and be apart of the show! www.prowrestlingtees.com/wrestlingontherocks to support! Official website WrestlingOnTheRocks.com! Lifelong wrestling fans finally got together on WrestleMania 2019 to record what they do after work-- drink and talk wrestling!
Scarlett St Clair writes high heat high fantasy romance. I devoured her newest book earlier this fall and when her publisher reached out and offered to let us chat with her, I jumped on it. I could have talked to her about books and romance and humanity for hours. I can't wait for you to meet her and to grab a copy of her books ASAP. She is a former librarian, so feel free to request from Overdrive, Hoopla, your regular library requests!
Marsh, Beard, and Kevlar are breaking down the "news", RAW, and Smackdown. We talk about the referee being attacked on an indy show, where this story with Austin Theory is going, have a knockout drag out, and much more! Right here in the Dive Bar of the IWC! Sponsored by Flow State Coffee NooWave.co Promo code "cheers" ------------------------------------ Marsh, Kevlar, and The Beard discuss this past week in wrestling.. Recorded December 15, 2021 Just a couple of friends having drinks and talking wrestling. We review WWE and AEW. As well as go over what's happening in the wrestling news. We don't pretend to have inside knowledge and we still seem to guess whats happening next with about the same accuracy as everyone who claims they do. So tune in and tip your glass with us as we cover what we like, what we don't, and how we see things from the outside looking in! If you've got no one to talk wrestling with then be we will be your Drinking Buddies! Twitter for hosts @RefMarsh @Kevlarontherox @CrybabyKlump @AmandaJayne @Beard_Sports https://www.twitch.tv/wrestlingontherocks for live streams every Tuesday and Thursday where you can join the chat and be apart of the show! www.prowrestlingtees.com/wrestlingontherocks to support! Official website WrestlingOnTheRocks.com! Lifelong wrestling fans finally got together on WrestleMania 2019 to record what they do after work-- drink and talk wrestling!
Jeff Novick MS, RD explains the principles of calorie density for nutrition and weight management. At ForksOverKnives.com. Please take a moment to rate & review the podcast here. Thank you!
Lifelong human rights activist, writer, and Buddhist practitioner Kiri Westby guides us through a 10-minute guided meditation for fear, drawing upon her days working in war zones and her harrowing imprisonment in China.Whether you're dealing with overwhelming negative thoughts, phobias, fight or flight symptoms, a general feeling of fear, or just want to improve your well-being and relax your nervous system, this guided mindfulness meditation can help you let go of fear's grasp and find a sense of inner peace.Kiri started working professionally in human rights advocacy at age twenty-two, transporting money and information across borders for a global feminist network. At age twenty-nine, Kiri was arrested and disappeared by the Chinese government, making international headlines for reminding the world—in front of Olympic cameras—of the ongoing human rights abuses in Tibet.Episode 96: Guided Meditation for Fear with Kiri WestbySupport the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)
After a customer purchases a product from you, what's next for them? You could call it a day and let that customer drop off. Or you could create a path for them to discover their next purchase from you. Creating a product funnel and guiding your customers through it is a key way to turn one-time purchasers into lifelong customers, generating sustainable revenue for your company. Think of it this way: if your business is like an airplane, your products are your wings. They need to be strong and stable or your business will crash! In today's coaching conversation, Donald Miller talks with Trevor and David Muir, two brothers behind TheInternUniversity.com, all about how to create an amazing product funnel. If your products are struggling to keep your business in the air, lean in and listen to today's episode! Find out more about Trevor and David Muir's business at TheInternUniversity.com. -- Are stuck trying to grow your amazing business everyone should know about? We can help! Go to BusinessMadeSimple.com/Podcast, share what's been keeping you up at night when it comes to growing your business, and you could be a guest on a future episode. If selected, Donald Miller will coach you during a podcast taping to help identify where your business is blocked and what you need to do to fix it. Stop playing a guessing game when it comes to growing your business and go to BusinessMadeSimple.com/Podcast today! If you are struggling to discover the problem that's keeping your business from growing, we can give you a customized plan to fix it. Just go to MyBusinessReport.com, fill out the assessment, and get a FREE detailed report on the health of your business along with a customized plan on how to make it more profitable. It only takes about 12 minutes to complete! Knowing what's really going on with your business shouldn't be a mystery. Go to MyBusinessReport.com right now and get the customized plan you need to fix it. Every week on the Business Made Simple Podcast we coach you to run your business like an airplane so it flies far and fast.
Cross TrainingWant God's Goodness and RighteousnessRead or WatchA man came to a great teacher, wanting to become his student. When the teacher walked away, he followed him out of town to a lake. The teacher continued walking until the water was waist-deep. Then he turned around, put his hands on the prospective student's shoulders, and shoved him underwater with all his might. The man struggled until, at last, the teacher released his grip, and he came up, gasping for air. "When you want wisdom as badly as you just wanted to breathe," the teacher said, "you'll be ready to learn, and I'll teach you."We're Cross Training to develop our lifelong learning, the last of twelve marks of the Master we've worked on this year. Lifelong learning comes when we follow Jesus as disciples, hunger and thirst after righteousness, examine ourselves, and seek out wise counsel. So what are you thirsting for, and how do your longings and desires give shape to your life?What You Need to KnowIf you've had a hungry baby in the house, you know all-too-well what Peter means when he says to "long for the pure spiritual milk" like "newborn infants" (1 Peter 2:2). I don't know if I've ever wanted anything as badly as a hungry newborn wants milk! But Peter gives two reasons to summon that kind of single-minded desire within ourselves. First, just like a baby knows they like the taste of milk, Peter says that we'll thirst for spiritual milk if we've "tasted that the Lord is good" (1 Peter 2:3). God's goodness leaves us hungry for more — everywhere that we encounter it. And second, we long to "grow up into salvation" (1 Peter 2:2).Jesus gives assurance to "those who hunger and thirst for righteousness" when he promises "they shall be satisfied" (Matt. 5:6). As we see our part in the world's brokenness, we hunger for upright hearts, integrity, love, and for godliness to characterize our every thought and deed. When we cry out to God, wanting him to reign in us, Jesus says we'll "be satisfied" (Matt. 5:6). What a comfort!Where do we get the idea that following Jesus comes easy? Jesus sure wanted us to see the opposite! Once, someone asked him, "Lord, will those who are saved be few?' And he said to them, 'Strive to enter through the narrow door. For many, I tell you, will seek to enter and will not be able'" (Luke 13:23-24). So strive — keep "straining forward" (Phil. 3:13) like athletes giving every last ounce of effort because they want it so badly (1 Cor. 9:24-27).What You Need to DoSurround yourself with people that value the same things. Some people have a contagious passion that you can't help but catch when you spend time together. A zealous brother or sister can stoke the fire within even the strongest among us. Paul told his friend Philemon: "I have derived much joy and comfort from your love, my brother, because the hearts of the saints have been refreshed through you" (Philem. 7).Feast on the word. When God called Ezekiel, the Lord gave him a scroll and told him to eat it (Ezek. 2:8-3:4). "Then I ate it," Ezekiel says, "and it was in my mouth as sweet as honey" (Ezek. 3:3; cf. Rev. 10:9-10). God wants us to take the written words into ourselves and make it a part of us. Find in God's word both bread to sustain (Matt. 4:4) and honey to enjoy (Ps. 19:10). As Jeremiah said, "Your words were found, and I ate them, and your words became to me a joy and the delight of my heart" (Jer. 15:16).Examine yourself to know what you really want (John 1:38). It's a helpful question — sometimes painful — the more we honestly search ourselves (Ps. 139:23; 2 Cor. 13:5). Why do you do the things you do? What do your choices reveal about how you've ordered your priorities? Where do you rank comfort and ease? Do you long for fellowship with the Lord? Jesus says we can change what we find by changing what we seek in our life: "seek, and you will find" (Matt. 7:7).Through the WeekRead (Mon) — Matt. 5:3-12; 7:7-8; 1 Peter 2:1-3; Ps. 19:1-14; Prov. 2:1-11Reflect (Tue) — What do I really want?Request (Wed) — "O God, I thirst for you. May I look upon you" (cf. Psalm 63:1-2).Respond (Thu) — Schedule some time with someone you consider zealous for Christ.Reach Out (Fri) — What has this year left you "hungry" for?Support the Show
This episode is part of our ET Contact Experiencers Speak series. Sev Tok, an experiencer, recalls having alien abduction encounters since the age of 10. But it wasn't until many years later when she discovered a series of red dots in the shape of an X that appeared on her body that she decided it was time to confess her lifelong ET contact encounters and go deeper into what had been going on. She says her contact with a variety of Gray beings began in childhood and continued sporadically throughout her life, most recently showing up in her room while away visiting (of all places) Roswell, New Mexico while accompanying her then boyfriend on a business trip. It was then that she learned about a high level hybridization program between both human and ET beings that had been going on for the purposes of “seeding the planet.” In this episode we also discuss her recollections of being on board craft while “on the moon,” her accelerated psychic ability AFTER having contact experiences (ability to see auras, communication with the after life, automatic writing, etc.), intergenerational contact within her own family and curious military ties. #alienabduction #hybridization #disclosure
Sharing your faith with your own children may seem like a daunting task, but you have more influence than you realise! With guests Valerie Bell and Matt Markins, discover how providing a community of fellow believers where kids can learn about God's Word will help transform them into disciple-makers! Book by guests: Resilient.
Peter Robert Casey is CEO of JDS Sports, a sports and entertainment holding company investing at 'the intersection of content & commerce.' At JDS Sports, Peter and his team provide capital, connections, and strategic guidance while working alongside founders and their teams from startup to profit to scale. Devoted to being hands-on, Peter doesn't just write checks; he gets in the trenches. Over the last four years, Peter has helped turn around multiple businesses, and has invested in more than 25 startups across media, DTC e-commerce, and web3 technologies. He is a servant leader driven by faith, family, and helping startup founders realize their dreams. Before co-founding JDS Sports, Peter built online communities for some of the most iconic brands in sports including Nike Basketball. He was the first media-credentialed microblogger in college basketball history, a role born out of his passion for the sport that launched his career into the stratosphere and earned him speaking engagements and a full-time job with the New York Knicks. Read the show notes here: https://bwmissions.com/one-away-podcast/
All of us are extremely dumb in a lot of aspects of our life. We are also very intelligent about other aspects but mostly we are dumb. It's time to embrace our dumbness. Whether it's my dad's fight with cheesecake his entire life, the people who left their phone's location services on when they stormed the US Capitol on January 6th, or me when I'm trying to figure out my I can't get my water bill on automatic payments; we all can be dumb AF. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everyoneneedsalittle/support
Lifelong social justice educators Shirley Strong and Simone Torrey share about Beloved Community, an inclusive interrelated space based on love, responsibility, compassion, shared power, and a deep respect that transforms. They also talk with Stuart about a new community engagement platform. It's not social media. It's not e-learning. It's a versatile hub of like-minded interactivity. This conversation started with Civil Rights in the 1960s, and is now evolving on a global nexus called Hive. Ten Ingredients for Building Beloved Community and Creating Belonging (on HIVE)Burning Man Project's Radical Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity (R.I.D.E.) Anti-Racism PledgeRadical Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity at Burning ManLIVE@BURNINGMAN.ORGLIVE.BURNINGMAN.ORG
First, they want you to kill your baby. If that doesn't work, they want to own it by taking over its thought process. Your child needs work training. They say. NO, your child needs the education to be able to make the best life choices. They want to own and train your child, so one day if the situation is right and the right trigger words are used, your child could...
What would be possible for your business if your customers stuck with you like Velcro? Our guest today has literally written the book on creating lifelong customers and raving fans. Matt Ward is the author of "MORE...Word of Mouth Referrals, Lifelong Customers & Raving Fans". Since 2002 Matt has spoken at hundreds of business events, seminars, trainings, conferences, and associations, including Score, The Better Business Bureau, The National Paving Expo, and the Vacation Rental Success Summit in Toronto, Canada. Matt is a professional member of the National Speakers Association. Matt and his companies have received numerous awards, including: 40 Under 40 Chamber Small Business Owner of the Year Top Web Firm 7 Years in a Row Better Business Bureau Torch Award Finalist LISTEN NOW as we discuss, "How To Create Lifelong Customers & Raving Fans." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/30minutehour/support
"In that moment, I literally let go of my life. I was sure that that was the end of my life. There was not a part of me that didn't think I was going to die in that moment."Lifelong human rights activist, writer, and Buddhist practitioner Kiri Westby spoke to us about how her Buddhist practice helped her through imprisonment in China and the role of Buddhism in her humanitarian mission. Hear how her Buddhist upbringing led to her making international headlines as an imprisoned activist in China protesting human rights abuses in Tibet.Episode 95: Finding Fearlessness with Kiri WestbySupport the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)
74 - Return customers are your real moneymakers. They are 9 times more likely to convert than new leads and spend 3 times more on average than one-off customers! But how do you entice them to come back when the sales and holiday excitement have worn off? That's where the Email Einsteins come in. Your hosts Vira and Alissa, break down their most effective strategies to make the most of all those new shoppers you gained during Black Friday & Cyber Monday. Let's make the most of all those new one-off shoppers.
Cross TrainingKeep Following and Learning Until the EndRead or WatchThey say you can't teach an old dog new tricks. Is that really true? Maybe it's a reality for our canine companions, but doesn't it feel a bit insulting to equate our age with an inability to learn or grow? Sure, we'll probably develop habits into deep ruts over time, making it difficult to change course. Maybe our fear of venturing out of our comfort zone will take over. But no matter our age, there's always more to learn and new opportunities for growth in our walk with the Lord. So, this week as we kick off our last mark of the Master, we come full-circle back to the central idea of this whole journey: discipleship!We're Cross Training to develop our lifelong learning, the last of twelve marks of the Master we've worked on this year. Lifelong learning comes when we follow Jesus as disciples, hunger and thirst after righteousness, examine ourselves, and seek out wise counsel. So how do we maintain a learner's mind, irrespective of our age or experience level?What You Need to KnowA disciple is a learner, a student of Jesus who listens to him (Luke 9:35). We let our Lord's life and teaching remake our lives — that is the essence of discipleship (Luke 6:40). When we enroll ourselves in this training academy of Christ — so to speak — we fulfill God's promise that those in the kingdom will "be taught by God" (John 6:45; Isa. 54:13). If we don't continually place ourselves under the tutelage of Christ, submitting to his authority, why would we ever call him our master? As Jesus asked, "Why do you call me 'Lord, Lord,' and not do what I tell you?" (Luke 6:46).Before Christ ascended, he gave his disciples a mission, to go "make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded" (Matt. 28:19-20). So making disciples includes more than a baptism. It requires instruction — so that Christ can reform people as they do his commands. Our life is a race (2 Tim. 4:7), an ongoing contest which requires constant training and correction until the end (Rev. 2:26-27). So we listen to Christ's instruction every day, looking toward that finish line where we'll finally reach our goal and "attain the resurrection from the dead" (Phil. 3:10-16).What You Need to DoEmbrace correction. Think of yourself as a work-in-progress with many more challenging lessons ahead of you. Learn from the example of Peter, who — even as a respected leader of the church — needed Paul's correction when he separated himself from Gentile Christians for fear of false teachers in "the circumcision party" (Gal. 2:11-14). Paul's rebuke was just another in a long list of course corrections in Peter's journey, from confrontations (Mark 8:32, 33) and moments of doubt (Matt. 14:30-31) to hard lessons (John 21:17-23) and disorienting new truths (Acts 10:12-15). Peter's success came from his willingness to keep going and keep growing, and so will yours if you keep listening and learning.Give encouragement and wisdom to other disciples along the way. Sometimes a disciple's humility makes us so aware of our need to grow that we think we can't teach anyone else. But following Christ's example means speaking to others with the meekness of a fellow-student. Christ, who always listened to the Father, could "speak just as the Father taught" him (John 8:28). In Isaiah, the Messianic Servant says, "The Lord GOD has given me the tongue of those who are taught, that I may know how to sustain with a word him who is weary. Morning by morning he awakens; he awakens my ear to hear as those who are taught" (Isa. 50:4).Take up your cross again today. Jesus said that those who follow him would need to do it under a cross (Matt. 10:38). Or as the next verse puts it, we have to lose our life for him to save our life (Matt. 10:39). Dying to ourselves and living for him (Gal. 2:20) — easy to say, hard to consistently do — we discover the joy of service, sacrifice, and submission. Each day brings new opportunities to develop as lovers of God and others (Matt. 22:36-40). "For to me, to live is Christ" (Phil. 1:21).Through the WeekRead (Mon) — John 6:44-51; Luke 6:39-49; Matt. 8:19-22; 17:1-8; Eph. 4:17-24Reflect (Tue) — What doors of growth and progress are opening for me the older I get?Request (Wed) — "Oh Lord, increase my love for you as I grow older in your service" (cf. Eccl. 12:1-8).Respond (Thu) — Express your appreciation to an older believer who's been an influence on you.Reach Out (Fri) — What are you continuing to learn that you thought you already knew?Support the Show
In this episode I sit down with again as a guest, Master Herbalist and frequent contributor to the show...Brynn Anderson. Brynn deconstructs the energetic and physical healing properties of the herbal world, as we take a deep dive into herbalism. We also talk about what herbs can help us, potentially hurt us, and which herbs are good for shielding. She also shares the astrological components of herbs, and how that might affect us. A fantastic conversation, drop in!!www.vitalforceherbs.comBrynn Anderson Bio:Lifelong lover of all things nature, Brynn Anderson has been studying herbs for over 27 years...Her natural mindset has led her to a life of herbology, and a life of teaching. She operates the company 'Vital Force Herbs' an organic herbalism company based in Portland, OR.All the products Brynn creates are made with ingredients grown in her own organic garden.Brynn's service is rooted in providing an outlet for the plant spirit to assist all life on Earth.Not only self-taught in all aspects of herbalism, she has also taken trainings in evolutionary herbalism, and traditional western herbalismBrynn wishes to guide all humanity to a new understanding of the world around them, and the bountiful medicinal gifts of the Earth.www.vitalforceherbs.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are all born with an innate desire to learn. Kids go from discovering their toes, gripping, kicking, crawling, and before you know it, it's time to run. Children are like sponges for information--always anxious to learn new activities and how best to do them. Unfortunately, somewhere along the way, we stop learning more than what is required of us. We begin to evade the challenges that don't fit our current skill sets and instead focus on the ones that show off our strengths. It doesn't matter how intelligent a person is; there is always room to learn more. The moment a person assumes they already know enough, that's the moment they stop growing. If you were to analyze the most successful people in the world today, the one thing that rings true for all of them is they are always learning—learning forms the core of most people's success. Don't fear it; embrace it. Check out the full session notes: www.evehudsonphd.com/2021/11/195. Join the movement: https://jointhemovement.evehudsonphd.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's episode, I talk about the top ten traits of successful freelance medical writers. Qualities like having a science background, being detail oriented and having the ability to sit quietly at a computer are a given and not included. I provide an overview in this week's podcast and then I'll be going into detail into each one over the next several weeks. Here are the top 10 traits as I see them: Focused on what the client and reader wants and needs Follows directions Follows formatting Responsive Well versed in AMA style and rules of editing. Organized and mindful of time. Cheerful/forgiving/flexible Professional with clients on calls LinkedIn presence. Lifelong learner Find out more information about how to get into freelance medical writing at 6weekcourse.com Does your company need medical writing assistance? visit Nascentmc.com VisualMedComms is a brand new membership where you can learn how to make your medical and scientific communications visually appealing and benefit from incorporating a new set of in-demand skills to offer your clients. visualmedcomms.com