In this week's episode of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire is joined by Alasdair Macleod to examine the East's blossoming relationship with gold as they're beating the markets by securing local currencies and commodities against its value.The London whistleblower broaches gold's vital role in a looming credit collapse, which the East seem to have foreseen with greater clarity than the West, before tackling the esoteric nuances behind CBDCs and decentralised currencies.Timestamps:00:00 Start 03:03 A Ruble backed by gold 08:00 Is the Ruble going onto a gold standard?13:37 Russia's plan A was a BRICs gold-backed currency19:10 China's approach to gold ownership compared to the West30:15 The East is stockpiling more gold than the west36:21 When Western Fiat currencies collapse, who wins?38:20 Is a credit crunch looming?41:30 What happens when the air comes out of the fiat system46:25 Pain ahead for central banks48:28 How far away are central bank digital currencies?55:30 Linking the price of gold to commoditiesLearn more about Kinesis by visiting our website: https://kinesis.money/Twitter: https://twitter.com/KinesisMonetaryFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/kinesismoney/Telegram: https://t.me/kinesismoneyReddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Kinesis_money/Kinesis Forum: https://forum.kinesis.money/
The fruit preserving business was founded in the late sixties by Anthony and Gillian Barker as a way of supplementing their farm income. Now it employs over 250 people and produces about 800 finished goods.
Earlier this month at the G20 summit the US and the EU backed an ambitious plan to build an economic corridor linking Europe with the Middle East and India via rail and sea. Greece is set to play an important geostrategic role on this corridor, as Greek ports would serve as the gateway into Europe. The announcement at the G20 summit followed a trip that India's Prime Minister Modi made to Greece in late August for the launch, as Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis put it, of the two countries' “strategic partnership.” Dr. Spyros Economides, an Associate Professor in International Relations and European Politics at the London School of Economics and Deputy Director of the Hellenic Observatory, joins Thanos Davelis to look into India's new “silk road”, Greece's important role in it, and its growing ties with India.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Greece on India's ‘silk road'G20: EU and US back trade corridor linking Europe, Middle East and IndiaA new relationship that's 2,500 years oldCyprus says Lebanon needs EU aid to deal with migration crisisNagorno-Karabakh: More than 40,000 refugees flee to Armenia'I left to stay alive': Nagorno-Karabakh empties of ethnic Armenians
North South Connection, welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas! Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground. On this installment, he is joined by Shawn Kidd and Scott Shifflett to discuss the episodes from 1/14/15 and 1/21/15! They dive into Cage's immediate impact, Puma's first title defense, disappointing blow offs, and much more!
Tsurune's Second Season was a blast and an improvement to its predecessor in almost every conceivable way. But what exactly is a sequel and what makes a Tsurune: Tsunagari no Issha a great one? In this episode I try to wrap my head around anime sequels in the context of the show and make some conclusions as to what they are. Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 1:59 - I'm Not A 'Sequel Guy' 4:39 - What Is A Sequel? 7:33 - Character Writing 17:09 - Sequels As A Learning Opportunity 18:47 - Yamamura & Visual Stuff 25:29 - Intentionality & Effects Animation 29:33 - Closing Thoughts 32:40 - Outro (TikTok Announcement) & Music Credits Full Show Notes: https://getinthemecha.home.blog/2023/09/23/tsurune-the-linking-shot-how-to-sequel-gitm-podcast-ep-119/ Takuya Yamamura Interview(s) on Febri: https://febri.jp/topics/tsurune2_2_1/ https://febri.jp/topics/tsurune2_1_1/ https://febri.jp/topics/tsurune2_1_2/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GetInTheMecha Follow me on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@getinthemecha Questions, corrections, complaints: firstname.lastname@example.org Listen to Get In The Mecha on podcast platforms: https://linktr.ee/getinthemecha Music In This Episode: Synth Wave by Alex by Alex McCulloch: https://opengameart.org/content/synth-wave-by-alex Chill by Alex McCulloch: https://opengameart.org/content/chill-1 On The Road Again by Alex McCulloch: https://opengameart.org/content/on-the-road-again Adventure Time: https://opengameart.org/content/adventure-time-revised
PREVIEW: Re Canada and India: Tunku Varadarajan of the WSJ and AEI on the show tonight (9 pm Eastern Time) recommends caution overall as we await evidence in suport of PM Trudeau's assertion of "credible allegations" linking India to crime in British Columbia. In the first hour. 1904 RNWMP
During New York's Climate Week, WCS is exploring bold approaches to the growing climate crisis in a three-part series. In our final episode, we look at REDD+ and market-driven approaches to forest conservation.WCS Executive Director of Markets, Todd Stevens, wants to find sustainable, financially viable incentives for protecting nature. Linking field-based conservation to private sector funding under the REDD+ framework, his goal is to use capital to ensure positive, environmentally friendly economic development in and around conservation sites.This model rewards restoration and protection of the environment, ultimately linking healthy ecosystems to healthy economies. At the heart of this markets-based approach, says Todd, lie at-risk forests, which absorb harmful Co2 emissions. Hannah Kaplan has the story.Reporting: Hannah KaplanGuests: Todd Stevens
Chapter 1 What's The Great Game"The Great Game: The Emergence of Wall Street as a World Power" is a non-fiction book written by John Steele Gordon. It explores the rise and influence of the financial district of Wall Street in New York City, focusing on its evolution from a small trading center to a global financial powerhouse. The book delves into the historical development, key individuals, and significant events that shaped Wall Street's ascent, as well as its impact on the American economy and international finance.Chapter 2 Why is The Great Game Worth ReadThere are several reasons why "The Great Game" by John Steele Gordon is worth reading:1. Comprehensive and well-researched: Gordon provides a detailed account of the history and development of Wall Street, highlighting its pivotal role in shaping the American economy. The book covers a wide range of topics, from the rise of investment banking to the impact of major market crashes, making it an excellent resource for anyone interested in understanding the evolution of finance in the United States.2. Engaging storytelling: The author presents historical events with vivid descriptions and engaging narratives, making the book an enjoyable read even for those who may not have a background in finance or economics. Gordon's writing style keeps readers captivated throughout the book, making complex financial concepts accessible and interesting.3. Insights into the inner workings of Wall Street: "The Great Game" offers valuable insights into the intricacies of Wall Street, including the mechanisms that drive stock markets, the psychology of investors, and the power dynamics between individual traders and large financial institutions. This exploration of the inner workings of Wall Street provides readers with a deeper understanding of how financial markets operate.4. Lessons from past events: By examining historical events such as major market crashes and economic downturns, Gordon draws important lessons that are relevant to understanding the present and predicting the future of financial markets. Readers can gain valuable insights into the potential risks and challenges that may arise in the world of finance.5. Linking financial history to broader historical context: Gordon skillfully connects the development of Wall Street to broader historical events, such as wars, economic policies, and societal changes. This approach provides a more comprehensive understanding of the influence of Wall Street on American society and its interaction with various historical forces.Overall, "The Great Game" offers a well-rounded and informative perspective on the history of Wall Street, making it a worthwhile read for anyone interested in finance, economics, or history.Chapter 3 The Great Game Summary"The Great Game" by John Steele Gordon is a non-fiction book that examines the rise and fall of American Wall Street and its impact on the global economy.The book explores the history of Wall Street, tracing its origins back to its early days as a set of rules and customs governing the financial transactions and activities of traders and speculators. Gordon provides a comprehensive look at the transformation of Wall Street from a small marketplace into a global financial powerhouse, focusing on key events and individuals that drove its growth.Gordon discusses the role of Wall Street in financing major infrastructure projects, such as the construction of railroads and the expansion of industry. He also delves into the impact of various economic crises on the stock market and the broader economy, such as the Panic of 1907 and the Great Depression.Throughout the book, Gordon analyzes the various factors that have...
Colleagues of Laxmidhar Behera, in news for controversial remarks, admit he was always orthodox in beliefs. He relates every scientific conversation to spirituality, allege students.
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Esalen, California, 1992. The ancient view of the universe as alive. The anima mundi. The fall into the deterministic and mechanistic worldview. How this view is now being transcended. The recovery of the sense of the life of nature and of the heavens. Creativity and morphic resonance in nature. Resacralizing the earth through seasonal festivals and pilgrimage. Linking astronomy and astrology and resacralizing the heavens. Is the universe somehow conscious? Contacting celestial intelligences. Elizabethan star magic and the concept of the great chain of being. Are the contents of our imagination somehow real? Organismic philosophy and the re-infusion of spirit into nature. Re-animating the cosmos. The different levels of intelligence in the universe, and possible techniques for communicating with them. Channelling the stars. A synthesis of astrology and astronomy. Guiding intelligences. Questions and answers: The need to engage with the environment. Light and energy as a manifestation of spirit. Various ways to invoke stellar deities. Long barrows. The feeling of reverence for the heavens. The sky as teacher. The consciousness of the sun. Imagination as the source of creativity in nature. Renaissance magic. Related BookThe Evolutionary Mindhttps://sheldrake.org/books-by-rupert-sheldrake/the-evolutionary-mind
The podcast is back yet again, and there's plenty of Baltimore Orioles to break down for you all. Linking up to do so are Eric and Taylor, here to chop up the recent slate in Orioles baseball, their hunt for the AL East crown, some chatter on Felix Bautista's status as some strange updates have been percolating out, as well as a quick hit from special guest, Jared Carrabis. We hope you guys enjoy, and we'll back on the airwaves very soon. Follow the show on social: Twitter: @exit52podcast IG: exit52podcast
Kevin: So those of you that participated in the listing exercise last time, if you want to grab that list out or listen to that episode and create a list of losses, you can build on that exercise in this new exercise. So as you're looking at that list of losses, what I would like you to do is to start thinking about the ways in which the list of losses are interconnected. That process may be natural for you where you begin to draw those connections quite easily and readily. If you feel like you're struggling to think about how those list of what feels like random losses are connected, I want you to choose one big loss on that list of losses, whether it's one of the biggest losses in your life or one of the most recent losses in your life. Start there. Write that word down in the middle of a blank piece of paper and as you look at that word, start to consider the other little losses that have come as a result of that big loss and write those words smaller around that word that's on the middle of your page and you what will begin to develop here is a flowchart. What you can focus on is the size of the words that you're writing. The really big losses, use a bigger font. Some of the other little losses, you can write them in a smaller font. You can start to connect them one by one, using lines or circles. However that starts to play out in your brain, start to make sense of it. And whatever that looks like for you and your experience. You. Get creative with it. There's no right or wrong way to do this, but what you should see by the end of it is a pretty messy page of losses that are interconnected by lines and shapes. And hopefully it begins to look on the page a little bit like it feels in your brain and in your heart. Kathy: Thanks, Kevin. That was a very helpful activity. We just want to say if you're needing extra support and help through your grief, feel free to reach out to us and whatever else you may be coping with, blessings to you.
North South Connection, welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas! Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground. On this installment, he is joined by the whole crew to live watch AZTEC WARFARE!!! Watch along with us as we crown our first Lucha Underground Champion!
The leaders of Greece, Israel and Cyprus once again put energy cooperation at the heart of discussions earlier this week in Nicosia. The three leaders took it a step further to explore expanding their cooperation, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu referring to the possibility of an infrastructure and electrical link between Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, Israel, Cyprus, Greece and Europe, and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis raising the prospect of engaging with India as well. Vassilis Nedos, Kathimerini's diplomatic and defense editor, joins Thanos Davelis to explore how Greece, Cyprus, and Israel are not only strengthening their partnership, but expanding this arc of stability across the region.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Energy cooperation with Israel deepensGreece is working with Israel on AI technology to quickly detect wildfiresDisaster of biblical proportionsThree dead, four missing as rains pound Greece for second dayFlooding in Athens as Storm Daniel reaches capitalTurkey asks the EU to take bold steps to advance its membership bid, while the EU urges reformsTurkey, EU to revive talks to modernise customs union, minister says
In this episode, hosts Jeremy and Zach talk with Katie Bramlett, founder of We Shape, about why the number on the scale holds so much power over our self-image and self-worth. Katie shares her insights on body image, diet culture expectations, and tips for cultivating self-acceptance regardless of your weight. Topics Discussed: The scale as a source of validation Cultural messaging about ideal body weight Linking self-worth to a number Moving from self-loathing to self-love Listening to your own body's needs Exercising for enjoyment rather than punishment Toxic diet culture and false fulfillment Finding community and human connection Living with purpose and joy Developing inner peace and self-acceptance ---- GUEST WEBSITE: www.weshape.com/ ---- MORE FROM THE FIT MESS: Get bonus clips and additional resources in our newsletter! Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Tiktok Subscribe to The Fit Mess on Youtube Join our community in the Fit Mess Facebook group ---- LINKS TO OUR PARTNERS: Take control of how you'd like to feel with Apollo Neuro Explore the many benefits of cold therapy for your body with Nurecover Muse's Brain Sensing Headbands Improve Your Meditation Practice. Get started as a Certified Professional Life Coach! Get a Free One Year Supply of AG1 Vitamin D3+K2, 5 Travel Packs Revamp your life with Bulletproof Coffee You Need a Budget helps you quickly get out of debt, and save money faster! Use Vibrant Blue Oils to improve the flow of energy through your body. Start your own podcast!
Have you ever pondered the fact that we are all born with an innate moral code? Even before we learn about the Bible and other religions, there is a moral standard woven within our inmost being. We're peeling back the layers of how this gift serves as our compass in a world spinning in chaos. Be prepared to deep dive into the concept of the American Dream and the shift it's taken over the years. Let's navigate the tumultuous terrains that the millennial generation and younger ones face in comparison to their predecessors. We're going to dissect the startling increase in home costs, the hike in household income, and the towering debt mountain that has grown in the last 20 years. In the end, it all boils down to discipline and the grit to push through adversity. We'll let you in on our personal journey of staying motivated and on track, revealing the morning practice of faithful Bible reading. We'll also borrow wisdom from Jocko Willink and Andy Frisella, who champion the idea of taking the next step and enduring the hard things to stay on course. As we grapple with the spiritual warfare hinted at in Ephesians 6, let's reflect on our current struggles and how to wage war against them by mastering the basics of life & tapping into our faith in God. Stay tuned for future discussions on manhood, hospitality, taking back our families, and intentional living. This is your call to action. Are you ready to join the force?Episode Highlights: We want to be real, but we also want to bring you hope.Society is veering off course financially.Why are things getting worse?Society's rejection of God's design for family.We're all born with an innate moral code.We need to get back to the basics.Sometimes, you just have to take the next step.Linking arms between generations.Links Mentioned in Episode/Find More on A Force to Be Reckoned With:Jointheforce.usFollow us on Instagram @bethanyadkinsMere Christianity by C.S. LewisThis show has been produced by Adkins Media Co.
Linking the Travel Industry is a business travel podcast where we review the top travel industry stories that are posted on LinkedIn by LinkedIn members. We curate the top posts and discuss with them with travel industry veterans in a live session with real audience members. You can join the live recording session by visiting BusinessTravel360.com and registering for the next event.Your Hosts are Riaan van Schoor, Ann Cederhall and Aash Shravah.Stories covered on this session include -Ticketpro Travel Solutions in South Africa launches a travel-as-a-service TMC offering based on the Spotnana platform.The Australian travel agent's body AFTA undergoes major changes and relaunches as Australian Travel Industry Association or ATIA for short. Qantas announces bumper profits of $2.5b for their previous financial year however, they are still sitting on nearly $370m worth of Covid credits, with many customer complaints about this. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce also blamed travel agents as an example of "where it takes longer" to get this sorted out.The failed airline Monarch might return to the skies.RyanAir announces a base in Copenhagen, starting this winter. VivaAerobus introduced some innovative ideas in their loyalty program. New airline route news:- Aer Lingus will start a Dublin to Denver service. - easyJet's new London (Luton) to Cairo route.- Wizz Air is starting to fly this routeYou can subscribe to this podcast by searching 'BusinessTravel360' on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora, Spotify, Alexa or your favorite podcast player.This podcast was created, edited and distributed by BusinessTravel360. Be sure to sign up for regular updates at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show
Kevin: Hi, everyone. Welcome back to another episode of Coping. Kathy: Yes. Welcome, everyone. Last episode we talked about the ways we can begin to get the grief out. Kevin: Yeah, that's right. So we discussed the benefits of list making and how externalizing our inward grief is a part of processing our grief and working through it. In this episode, we're going to go a little bit deeper and talk about another way to begin to get that reef out. And I think a good way to start is with a fun little game. If you'll play along with me, Kathy. Kathy: As long as you don't keep the score, you're pretty competitive. Kevin: Alright, no scorekeeping. But let's play a little game. So I'm going to say a word, and I want you to say the first word that comes to mind. It's like an association game, okay? Kathy: Okay. Kevin: All right, the first word is tea. Kathy: Scones. Kevin: Good. Alright. Movies. Kathy: Popcorn. Kevin: There you go. Beach. Kathy: Shade. Kevin: Shade. There you go. Kathy: Let me try. How about San Francisco? Kevin: Oh, trolley. Kathy: So I'm assuming that this fun game has something to do with grief and what we're learning about this week. Kevin: That's right. We're going to talk about how our brains are wired to link, and we'll talk about that. Kathy: All right, let's get started. So you mentioned that there's another process we can use to begin to get the grief out. Can you explain? Kevin: Yeah. So this process is called linking. Remember last time we listed our losses? This time we're going to take some time to learn to link those losses and see how our brain is storing those memories. So the next L of loss is Linking. Kevin: When we talk about our brains, we have to remember that every experience we have leaves its mark on our brain. So when we learn something new, the neurons involved in that learning episode grow new projections and form new links in our brain. These links allow for learning and memory and other complex functions of the brain. Kevin: So that leads us to our first principle, which is that our brains link on a cellular level. And this is especially true during difficult experiences. A recent study suggests that our brains recall bad memories more readily and with more clarity than good memories. And I think we all know this to be true in our lives, that we can easily recall those difficult days more than we can recall the good day that we had yesterday. Right? Kathy: Right. Kevin: And researchers say that this tendency has evolved as an evolutionary tactic to protect us against other future life threatening or negative events. So what we learn here is that repetition reinforces remembrance. So I guess that's like our second principle, which is that our brains learn through repetition. So if our brains are linking on a cellular level, our brains are also learning through repetition. Kathy: So I have a question. What about grief? What happens when the memory itself is what causes the pain? Kevin: Yeah, exactly. That's such a great question. Repetition is great when we're learning a new skill, right? If you're shooting free throws, you keep shooting again and again and again to try to learn that perfect repetition, that perfect flow, the stance, the way that the ball sits on the palm of your hand. Practice is so necessary, for when you're learning a new skill. Why doesn't it follow, then, that the more we experience loss, the easier grief gets? Right. If our brain learns through repetition, you would think that the more you lose, the better you get at grief, right? Kevin: And that's just not the way that grief works. And I think the answer to that lies in this third principle here and that's that our brains are wired to remember pain. So like when you burn yourself when you're cooking, you're like, oh ouch, that pan gets hot. I have to remember next time when I'm cooking with this pan, the handle will get hot. I need to be careful about that. And so experiencing loss and pain actually strengthens the brain's neural pathways, which essentially links every new loss to every previous loss we've ever experienced. Kevin: So our brains are quite literally linking our losses. That's our fourth principle here: Our brains are linking our losses. Kathy: That makes complete sense. Even if as I think about how I remember things that are very painful and how they remind me of other times that are painful and if someone talks about something, it will trigger a memory of that. So I'm wondering, how do you recommend that our listeners engage in this linking practice? Kevin: Yeah, that's really good. I think there's two things. One is just remembering when you're experiencing a new loss and you feel like the experience of that loss is way harder than what the event may call for, your brain is likely linking this loss to other previous losses. Kevin: So those of you that have had the terrible experience of being in a car accident may have felt, felt some other memories from your childhood or other losses. Breakups, broken relationships, those memories arise in those difficult experiences. And that's because that newer trauma can bring up experiences of past traumas and past losses. And so just the awareness that what you're facing today may feel heavier and harder than what it actually is, and that's okay. Kevin: And it's an opportunity to tend to what you need in that moment through that experience, but also the other pains that you've experienced in your life. So just being aware that your brain is naturally linking is probably a good first step. But there's also a spiritual practice that you can develop or an exercise that you can develop that will help you to show you visually the way that your brain is linking some of your losses. So those of you that participated in the listing exercise last time, if you want to grab that list out or listen to that episode and create a list of losses, you can build on that exercise, in this new exercise. Kevin: So as you're looking at that list of losses, what I would like you to do is to start thinking about the ways in which the list of losses are interconnected. That process may be natural for you where you begin to draw those connections quite easily and readily. Kevin: If you feel like you're struggling to think about how those list of what feels like random losses are connected, I want you to choose one big loss on that list of losses. Whether it's one of the biggest losses in your life or one of the most recent losses in your life, start there. Kevin: Write that word down in the middle of a blank piece of paper, and as you look at that word, start to. The other little losses that have come as a result of that big loss, and write those words smaller around that word that's in the middle of your page. Kevin: What will begin to develop here is a flowchart. What you can focus on is the size of the words that you're writing. The really big losses use a bigger font. Some of the other little losses, you can write them in a smaller font. You can start to connect them one by one, using lines or circles. However that starts to play out in your brain, start to make sense of it. Whatever that looks like for you and your experience, get creative with it. Kevin: There's no right or wrong way to do this, but what you should see by the end of it is a pretty messy page of losses that are interconnected by lines and shapes. And hopefully it begins to look on the page a little bit, like it feels in your brain and in your heart. Kathy: Thanks, Kevin. That was a very helpful activity. We just want to say if you're needing extra support and help through your grief, feel free to reach out to us and whatever else you may be coping with, blessings to you.
North South Connection, Welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas! Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground. On this installment, he is joined by Jennifer Smith and Jake Williams to discuss the episodes from 12/10/14 and 12/17/14! We dive into the awesome Fenix, Mil Muertes' Dominance, setting up Aztec Warfare, and much more!
In this podcast episode, I have a fascinating conversation with an esteemed holistic health expert and author of "Why You Are Still Sick", Dr. Gary Kaplan. We delve into the significance of a strong immune system, especially as we approach the fall season. We also explore their journey in writing the book, driven by the aim to address chronic health issues like chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and neuro-inflammatory diseases. We discuss the challenges of battling misdiagnoses and the importance of sleep for overall health, highlighting sleep apnea and narcolepsy management. The complex relationship between childhood trauma, immunity, inflammation, and mental health is revealed. Additionally, we stress integrative approaches involving gut health, mold toxicity, heavy metal exposure, and immune system functionality. This conversation concludes with a call to prioritize health and explore holistic strategies for enduring well-being. “Pacing, not pushing is extremely important and you want to be respectful to yourself and the process of exercise or anything else you do. So anything worth doing is not worth doing to access.” Emphasis on fortifying the immune system, especially for the upcoming fall. Journey of addressing chronic health problems and writing the book. Highlighting sleep's role in health, covering sleep apnea and narcolepsy. Linking childhood trauma, immunity, inflammation, and mental health. Insights on gut health, mold toxicity, and immune system function. Encouragement to prioritize health and adopt holistic strategies. Connect with me: Email: email@example.com / info@HappyWholeYou.com Website: www.happywholeyou.com / https://linktr.ee/happywholeyou Instagram: @happywholeyou Facebook: Happy Whole You LinkedIn: Anna Marie Frank Venmo: @happywholeyou
One million Americans live with Parkinson's disease, a progressive condition that causes problems with body movement. New research has identified a genetic variant that increases the risk of Parkinson's in people of African descent, and is not seen in those with European ancestry. Ekemini Riley, managing director of Aligning Science Across Parkinson's, joins John Yang to discuss the findings. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
One million Americans live with Parkinson's disease, a progressive condition that causes problems with body movement. New research has identified a genetic variant that increases the risk of Parkinson's in people of African descent, and is not seen in those with European ancestry. Ekemini Riley, managing director of Aligning Science Across Parkinson's, joins John Yang to discuss the findings. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Hour 2 Messi Mania! As we go on to talk about his greatness Leroy insist that he is a lefty... this turns into a quibble. Messi's $50 million concept house design Training Camp Update -Reports surface linking the Dolphins to yet another Star Running Back Marcos' Mix Bag Patrick Mahomes speaks on Chris Jones hold out Reggie Bush on his Heisman controversy Randall Cobb on Aaron Rodgers Temper Shohei Ohtani not to pitch for the rest of this season due to UCL tear.
Nick and Cesar explore the essence of note-making vs. note-taking. Dive into the challenges of the digital age, Nick's trust in Obsidian, and a glimpse of his workshop. The post Linking Your Thinking and Note-Making with Nick Milo appeared first on PM for the Masses.
Linking the Travel Industry is a business travel podcast where we review the top travel industry stories that are posted on LinkedIn by LinkedIn members. We curate the top posts and discuss with them with travel industry veterans in a live session with real audience members. You can join the live recording session by visiting BusinessTravel360.com and registering for the next event.Your Hosts are Riaan van Schoor, Ann Cederhall and Aash Shravah.Stories covered on this session include -BCD Travel announced a management tool for unprofiled travellers.SAP Concur was in the news twice:- An "overhauled" version is coming in Q4 via Sabre.- Travelport will integrate with them "in 2024"Is there a new airline coming out of Texas?Global business travel spending will surpass pre-Covid levels by next year, according to a report by GBTA | Global Business Travel AssociationASTA - American Society of Travel Advisors filed a request with the US Department of Transport against American Airlines to "restore all its content to the EDIFACT distribution channel".Los Angeles International Airport - LAX bans the sale of plastic water bottles.Will Horton does an excellent summary of Australia's foreign carrier policy and the negative impact it's been having for consumers. Investment news:- Mondee aquires Skypass Travel for $15M.- Booking.com's purchase of Etraveli Group continues to face challenges and they are doing some interesting moves to try and satisfy the EU regulators.Space News & Extra Stories.You can subscribe to this podcast by searching 'BusinessTravel360' on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora, Spotify, Alexa or your favorite podcast player.This podcast was created, edited and distributed by BusinessTravel360. Be sure to sign up for regular updates at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show
GA prosecutors have texts and emails linking Trump's people to crimes. The orange former guy blathered U.S. District Court judge Tanya Chutkan wanted him behind bars. Vile white supremacist Nick Fuentes caterwauled Trump was being disrespected by an immigrant judge. Allies of man-baby seized on confusion after the court in Georgia shared a fake indictment doc. Fani Willis, the district attorney of Fulton County, Georgia, slapped Shitler with RICO charges. Anti-vaxxer and crappy candidate for POTUS, RFK Jr. said he would support a 15-week abortion ban. A person close to Governor Pudding Fingers, AKA DeSantis, said his presidential campaign meltdown isn't shocking. Chrisitan nationalist wanker Rick Green apologized for saying positive things about candidate Vivek Ramaswamy. Diddler rep Matt Gaetz called for violence during the GOP Iowa primary.
North South Connection, Welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas! Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground. On this installment, Logan is joined by Shawn Kidd and Scott Shifflett to discuss the episodes from 11/26/14 & 12/3/14 to discuss some really good character development, great cinematic scenes, bad commentary, must see matches and much more!
Previously U.S. Senate legal counsel and general counsel of Brigham Young University, Judge Thomas B. Griffith was appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit by President George W. Bush. President Biden later appointed him to the President's Commission on the Supreme Court. Judge Griffith authored Lost, Not Stolen: The Conservative Case that Biden Won and Trump Lost the 2020 Presidential Election along with former federal appeals court judges Michael McConnell and Michael Luttig. He is currently a lecturer on law at Harvard and Stanford, a fellow at the Wheatley Institute at BYU, and active in rule-of-law projects in Central and Eastern Europe. Inspired by the scholarship of Elder Matthew Holland, Judge Griffith devotes a great deal of his time to speaking and writing about the need to emphasize “civic charity” in American political life. After graduating from BYU and before beginning his legal studies at the University of Virginia, Judge Griffith was a full-time employee of the Church Educational System, directing Seminary and Institute of Religion programs in the Baltimore, Maryland area. His service in the Church includes a full-time mission to southern Africa, bishop of a family ward in northern Virginia, president of a campus stake at BYU, and teaching young single adult Institute. He also serves on the advisory board of the Faith Matters Foundation. A convert to the Church, Brother Griffith married fellow-convert Susan Stell Griffith. They live in rural northern Virginia and are the parents of six and the grandparents of eleven. Highlights 02:00 Kurt introduces the episode and Thomas Griffith. 04:20 Thomas introduces himself and his professional and religious background. 07:00 Thomas' conversion story 13:30 His first career was in the church education system. He later became a lawyer and judge. 15:00 Speaking at the BYU devotional and his popular talk, The Very Root of Christian Doctrine and his time as a stake president. Every talk and every lesson given in the stake needed to have a direct link to the Atonement of Jesus Christ. 23:30 After one year of getting everyone in the stake to make the Atonement the main focus of every single talk and lesson they saw amazing results. The bishops reported back with excitement. 27:15 What it actually means to focus on and teach doctrine at church. 28:00 The most important thing that a bishop can do is put on a GREAT sacrament meeting! When Thomas was bishop he sat down with each speaker to discuss the topic and how to link it to the atonement. It was a lot of work but he focused on the details. 32:15 Where the idea and vision came from to focus more on Christ at church 35:45 The hard work that goes into establishing a culture and vision in our wards and stakes. They had to be persistent and repetitive with their messages. 38:00 Refocus the core message on Jesus and redemption so that people leave feeling uplifted and not bogged down. Speakers should be told that they aren't there to call people to repentance. “Refresh” people's hearts and make them feel encouraged and nourished. 43:45 Additional tips for making sacrament meeting great. Everything ought to flow out of the experience that we have partaking of the sacrament. You don't just take it and then move on. 45:45 Thomas' time as a judge 47:30 Lessons learned from being a judge that can also be applied to church leadership. We should also always use the counsel system and not make decisions alone. Decisions should be made through the process of discussion and disagreement. This is where revelation happens. 52:20 Thomas shares principles that he learned while serving as stake president at BYU. They wanted a pure religion community instead of the activities committee. Every ward was to form a partnership with a service provider and those would be the church activities. 58:10 You can't do everything.
What's one of the easiest things you can do to boost your SEO strategy?Internal linking!This is where you link from one page on your site to another page on your site.Examples include:Linking from a blog post to your Services pageLinking from your Contact page to your PodcastLinking from your Services page to a case studyLinking from your About Us page to your ShopThe great thing about this linking strategy is that it doesn't require cold outreach, you have full control of the process, & it can take less than a minute to implement!Listen in as we walk you through:what internal links arewhat internal linking does for your SEO strategythe best way to create internal linksLet us know if this episode was helpful!If you're looking for a unique, handcrafted way to spruce up your home or office, then Collage and Wood is the perfect place for you! We offer a range of beautiful wooden signs that are perfect for any occasion. Our talented team of artists will work with you to create a sign that perfectly suits your needs. So why wait? Visit Collage and Wood today!Support the showApply to be our podcast guest!
On today's episode, Matt is joined by Dr. Jeff Moreno, physical therapist and co-founder of DashLX. DashLX is pioneering how running activity data can be gathered and analyzed to enhance the training and overall well-being of athletes. Jeff has a unique opportunity to work not only with individual athletes, many of them among the elites, but also directly with some of the biggest running brands on the scene (Brooks, Saucony, Puma, and more). Matt & Jeff discuss how running data from our watches and phones can be used to assess biomechanics, injury risk, and even shoe choice. Get an inside look at how some of the biggest running footwear brands are using data in partnership with DashLX to inform their design choices and product strategies. Jeff also lends his medical expertise to give practical advice to runners of all levels on how to better use their own activity data to stay strong and healthy. Chapters 0:00 - Intro 1:32 - Jeff's background 10:52 - Linking data with medical care 30:40 - Using data to further medical and running education 37:52 - How DashLX gets connected with the big running brands 41:44 - Organizing & filtering vast amounts of running data 46:46 - Using specific metrics to provide better care 54:02 - How footwear companies are using wearable data to make better shoes 1:00:21 - The most important metrics for runners 1:10:16 - Wrap-up This week's episode of the Doctors of Running Podcast is sponsored by our friends at Running Warehouse. Make sure you head over to YouTube to catch the second episode of their new series, Test Run, where they put their team through a series of challenges to help showcase what kind of activities each shoe was best suited for. Their latest episode is all about versatility. Connor and team brought out some fan favorite trainers of the past year including the Saucony Endorphin Speed, Asics Novablast 3, Hoka Clifton 9, and New Balance Rebel v3 to see where each shoe excelled. Check out the results of their test by heading over to Running Warehouse's channel on YouTube today. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/doctors-of-running/support
Linking the Travel Industry is a business travel podcast where we review the top travel industry stories that are posted on LinkedIn by LinkedIn members. We curate the top posts and discuss with them with travel industry veterans in a live session with real audience members. You can join the live recording session by visiting BusinessTravel360.com and registering for the next event.Your Hosts are Riaan van Schoor, Ann Cederhall and Aash Shravah.Stories covered on this session include -Pakistan International Airlines keep hitting cashflow problems.United Airlines adds braille to the inside of their airplane cabins.American Airlines made some bold claims this week about their direct and NDC success, and announced more fares being removed from the EDIFACT channel. Etihad's Loyalty Program will let you redeem NFTs for miles.Emirates starts to offer pre-flight meal ordering.Dublin Airport has been found in violation of planning permission, and told to curb night-time flights.Here is a great article by Skift on the travel "junk fee" crackdown happening in the US right now. "it is only a matter of time before travel companies get called out specifically in public"Record breaking airline profit announcements continue:- PLAY airlines more than doubled their revenue in Q2 this year vs last year, and carried more than 392,000 pax in that period with a load factor of 86%. - IndiGo (InterGlobe Aviation Ltd) posted profits that beat their previous records of 2019, pre-pandemic.You can subscribe to this podcast by searching 'BusinessTravel360' on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora, Spotify, Alexa or your favorite podcast player.This podcast was created, edited and distributed by BusinessTravel360. Be sure to sign up for regular updates at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show
"Have you ever been a prisoner of perfection? Or a prisoner of any other label you or someone else has given yourself? You're not alone!" In this episode, Aileen introduces her "contract," an affirmation given to her by her personal development coach, which emphasizes her worth and authentic expression. Despite having received this affirmation seven months ago, she acknowledges the ongoing effort required to align her actions with it, particularly in terms of her health goals.Reflecting on her past, Aileen talks about the negative impact of labels, specifically those related to her ADHD. Aileen elaborates on the power of beliefs and shares an impactful message from a faith-based podcast by Hosanna Wong. The concept of "I am enough" resonates with her as it underscores the idea that self-beliefs determine one's life trajectory. Linking her recent podcast tagline change to these insights, Aileen discusses the synchronicity of her personal revelations. She acknowledges how past labels prompted a façade in the form of overachievement and masking, especially among those with ADHD. Aileen emphasizes the role of self-doubt that delayed her in pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors despite her husband's consistent belief in her capabilities and unwavering support.The episode concludes with Aileen's advice for breaking free from the perfectionism trap. And as promised, some of the info mention in the podcast:The podcast she mentions she listened to before recording this episode: Susie Larson Live: https://www.susielarson.com/susielarsonliveThe guest speaker of that show quoted is, Hosanna Wong. Her Instagram channel is @hosannawong**********How to leave a review or star rating:To leave a star rating on SPOTIFY, navigate to the main show page. From the episode page, tap on "See all episodes". That will take you to the main show page. Scroll to the top and you'll see the 5.0 (star) below the show's description.To leave a review or star rating on APPLE Podcast, navigate to the main show page and scroll all the way to the bottom and you'll see Ratings & Reviews.To leave a review or star rating on Audible, navigate to main show page then scroll to the bottom to "What Listeners Say" *********Future Podcasters!! Have you ever wanted to start a podcast, but have no idea how and don't want a DIY course. I am a podcast coach who will hold your hand every step of the way to ensure you create you very own engaging podcast. Let's connect!
Paper letter; Understanding charity and compassion; Squashing Corinth; Linking to Ukraine; Cleverness of the wicked; Polybius and Plutarch; Toxic charity; Charity->Anticipation->Expectation->Entitlement->Dependency; Lifestyle; Ecc 12:5 Almond Tree; Thomas Sowell; Distributing responsibilities; Your duty; Worship?; Doing the will of the father; Network of righteousness; shin-kuf-hey - to give to drink; Flourish?; Or Despise?; Lam 2:6; Ps 74:10; "Blossom"?; hey+shin-kuf-dalet; Grasshoppers; The problem is us!; Casting your bread upon the waters; Being awake; Hating the truth; Knowing God eschews anger; Humility; Direction of your journey; "Rome" as a metaphor; Relationship of the states; Residents vs citizens; Original republic; Moses' government; Precedent; Christ's "weightier matters"; Juries; Waiving your rights; Changing your direction; "Born again"; Human resources; Carnal mind; Tree of knowledge of good and evil; Accessing past and future; Creation; 2nd hour summary still to come...
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Linking the Travel Industry is a business travel podcast where we review the top travel industry stories that are posted on LinkedIn by LinkedIn members. We curate the top posts and discuss with them with travel industry veterans in a live session with real audience members. You can join the live recording session by visiting BusinessTravel360.com and registering for the next event.Your Hosts are Riaan van Schoor, Ann Cederhall and Aash Shravah.Stories covered on this session include -An eagle-eyed pilot from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines spots a growing wildfire from the cockpit, alerts the authorities and prevents a major fire.The next European airport to face potential flight bans is Brussels airport, where IATA is putting up a fight against a proposed night flight ban.Spotnana made two big announcements this week:- Their integration with Amtrak.- Their ability to offer the use of unused coupons in both an EDIFACT and NDC environment.Alaska Airlines caused a bit of an investor scare this week when they revealed a lower domestic travel demand.American Airlines match the recent 35%-40% pilot payrise offered by United Airlines recently.When is it fair to charge for a seat selection and when does it become ridiculous?Korean Air release it's own beer - KAL's Lager.
In this episode the guys have special guest Jerry Garcia in the studio. Jerry is a stand up comedian from Huntington Park. Jerry has been on HBO, Netflix, Sells out shows nationwide and has even filmed a movie along with a pilot sitcom. We talk about life on the road and the wear and tear of traveling so much, The state of comedy at the moment, Linking up with other comedians and much more.
North South Connection, Welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas! Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground. On this installment, he is joined by Jacob Williams and Jennifer Smith to discuss the episodes from 11/12/14 & 11/19/14! We dive into Jenny and Jake's feelings on the Lucha Libre style, the use of cinematic scenes in wrestling, intergender wrestling, debuts of some major characters and much more!
Neil Patel (IG @neilpatel ) is a digital marketing expert. He has over 1 million subs on YouTube. He is the creator of NP Digital which has done several hundred million dollars in revenue. He's known worldwide for being an SEO specialist. ——————————————————— Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://m.moamentoring.com/podcast Join Michael's free MOA group on Skool: https://www.skool.com/men-of-action-free ———————————————————— Become an affiliate for MOA Mentoring: https://www.moamentoring.com/earn Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 00:28 Dan Fleyshman 01:28 Cleaning toilets at the beginning 02:48 Wanting to make as much money as possible 03:45 Making $20k p/month as a teenager 05:15 **How Google SEO used to work 06:55 Burning through $180k p/month 07:58 **Flying private 09:56 Life insurance 10:53 Hiring personal staff 12:14 Meeting his wife 14:42 ***Irrevocable trust fund 18:58 ***Too niche vs too broad 21:21 Dating coaches 23:57 ***How to get from 7 to 8 to 9 figures 26:16 Business is the greatest sport ever 28:23 ***Giving away free software 34:04 Clickbait vs helpful content 38:36 ***Linking for things that don't matter 41:02 ***How to go after enterprise contracts 46:05 A million dollars in debt 48:10 How has SEO changed? 49:53 ***What are the growth methods for each platform? 56:42 System, processes and people 1:01:14 **Work-life balance 1:03:50 A team should not be bigger than a large pizza 1:04:28 Omni-channel approach 1:05:21 ***Content vs advertising 1:09:05 Affiliates 1:09:50 Who were his influences? 1:10:31 The main mistake marketers do 1:10:48 Dan Fleyshman 1:12:04 **What will AI be able to replace? 1:15:42 Andrew Tate's affiliate method 1:18:17 Things coming up 1:18:41 What services do you provide? 1:19:11 Social media 1:20:49 Removing IG followers
Linking the Travel Industry is a business travel podcast where we review the top travel industry stories that are posted on LinkedIn by LinkedIn members. We curate the top posts and discuss with them with travel industry veterans in a live session with real audience members. You can join the live recording session by visiting BusinessTravel360.com and registering for the next event.Your Hosts are Riaan van Schoor, Ann Cederhall and Aash Shravah.Stories covered on this session include -MGM Resorts International and Marriott Hotels have announced a new partnership - 'MGM Collection with Marriott Bonvoy'.Plans for the UKs first electric airline are progressing well. CWT rolls out WhatsApp support. Eurostar starts offering biometric passport checks at London St Pancras.A very worrying airline phone number scam comes to light in this post by Neil Woodliffe.As predicted, Boeing plans to set up a final production line in India. More Sabre Corporation hotel related news. Hyatt Hotels Corporation is teaming up with them to "enhance their central reservation system". Flight Centre is on track for a $483m turnaround in the 2023 financial year.Turkish Airlines rebrands their LCC subsidiary AnadoluJet as AJet. You can subscribe to this podcast by searching 'BusinessTravel360' on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora, Spotify, Alexa or your favorite podcast player.This podcast was created, edited and distributed by BusinessTravel360. Be sure to sign up for regular updates at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show
Time Stamps:(1:07) - Introduction to Jake and how it all began with collecting Pokémon cards(5:12) - The trend of physical and digital collectibles coming together and how it grows(10:24) - How Americana approaches different types of collectibles (12:31) - The inspiration to create Ouro as a marketplace to sell pre-owned sneakers(17:14) - Reflecting on Jake's experience working at Snap, Apple, Twitter and other tech companies(20:15) - What's next for Americana?(23:27) - Jake's personal collection and the kind of stuff he's collecting today(27:15) - The growth of collectibles and collectibles media(33:56) - The evolving dynamics of marketplaces (37:29) - The state of the NFT market and the macroeconomy(40:09) - Closing thoughts from Jake and where to find AmericanaFind Jake and Americana:On Twitter = https://twitter.com/freyOn their website = https://www.americana.io/Find Neustreet:On our website = https://neustreet.com/On Twitter = https://twitter.com/realneustreetOn Instagram = https://www.instagram.com/realneustreetOn TikTok = https://www.tiktok.com/@neustreet
North South Connection, Welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas! Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground. On this installment, he is joined by Scott Shifflett and Shawn Kidd to discuss the episodes from 10/29/14 & 11/5/14 and dive into the Lucha libre style, use of cinematic scenes in wrestling, intergender wrestling, Lucha Libre families and much more!
We had the pleasure of interviewing Alicia Creti over Zoom video!R&B/pop sensation, Alicia Creti, recently released her latest single, “Strange.”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbBuTXSqv20Alicia Creti absorbs the highs and lows of life in her music, rolling with the ups and downs and genuinely embracing both. As such, the Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and pianist holds nothing back when she sings, amplifying her emotions through a distinct and dynamic delivery. Hailing from the suburbs of Montreal, Creti started to sing at barely three-years-old and hasn't stopped since. Inspired by artists such as Rihanna, Beyonce, Brandy, and Stevie Wonder, she began penning songs of her own by the age of six and soon developed chops on both the piano and on the microphone, taking advantage of every opportunity to perform, whether it be at school or in the street. In 2020, Creti – who always managed to find the time to look out for her autistic younger brother – began posting on social media and immediately achieved viral impact with a soulful rendition of Summer Walker's “Session 32,” followed by covers of Kehlani, Jazmine Sullivan, and Ari Lennox that were viewed by more than 6 million views around the world. Linking up with Amisha Sarkar of TRST. RCRDS, Creti released her debut original single, “Congratulations,” in 2022, reaping over 3 million global streams and critical applause as “a flawless masterpiece” from Lyrical Lemonade. Boasting co-signs from such like-minded artists as Summer Walker, Kehlani, Sam Smith, Lil Nas X, Ty Dolla $ign, and Keri Hilson, among others, Creti's star has continued to ascend in 2023. A recent cover of Beyonce's “Cuff It” garnered close to 2 million views on TikTok and Instagram Reels, while a tender acoustic rendition of “Congratulations” over 500K combined views and has led to more than 25K new followers on Instagram. Elegant with an edge, strong but sensitive, and humbly confident, Creti crafts her own story of self-reflection, heartbreak, and the other facets of the human experience, not unlike a page out of her journal. Now, with Self/Less and more new music to follow, Alicia Creti is poised to show the world not only how far she's has come but where she's headed next. “I tend to think in song,” says Creti. “I write from the heart. I'm a very sensitive and emotional person, but I like to put on a tough shell. The music is where the honesty comes out.”We want to hear from you! Please email Hello@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #AliciaCreti #Strange #NewMusic #ZoomListen & Subscribe to BiBhttps://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpodThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4972373/advertisement
View in HD at . Until macOS Sonoma comes out there is anther way to link from one note to another using a trick with iCloud Drive sharing. This same trick will still be useful once we have Sonoma to link to Notes from other apps and documents. You can also link to documents and files using this same trick.
Flakko grills UK viral prankster Mizzy about all the headlines and recent controversies he's been a part of. ----- 00:00 Intro 00:35 Mizzy never removes his head wrap, Flakko asks him to 01:35 Mizzy reacts to the latest headlines, says he laughs at people being offended by his pranks 03:02 Mizzy started on social media at 8 y/o and started pranks at 11 y/o 05:43 Flakko says pranks get people k*lled over here, laws are different in the UK 06:10 Walking into someone's house is not a big deal, a civil offense, unless you have intent to rob 07:40 Flakko says prankster who knows the law is dangerous 08:46 Mizz breaks down the whole viral video where he walked in that house for a prank, he did apologize off camera the next day or so 10:15 Mizzy has an 8-month-old baby 11:01Having a child made him go harder to make content, he got kicked out from his baby mom's house 13:11 That same night he heard about the search warrant on him 14:30 Getting banned on Youtube but somehow still trending on Twitter 15:26 Mizzy wants to do a celebrity boxing match, and grow his Twitter, IG and Twitch 17:00 Mizzy on the Andre Walker show was absolutely wild, and Mizzy defended himself, Andre was fake nice at first and then went for the viral moment 20:38 Mizzy asked Andrew and Tristan Tate for advice on writing his speech, they're kinda like mentors 22:05 Mizzy kept on doing crazier pranks 22:55 Mizzy apologized for his pranks but people still hate on him, he says it's straight rac*sm 24:28 Flakko says Johny Somali is the new Mizzy doing the same pranks 25:56 UK Twitter is on Mizzy's a** and uses his name to attack all immigrants 28:55 Police brutality in the UK, people think less of it because they do not have guns, but they would still tase or beat you up 29:49 Mizzy is back on good terms with his mom, his dad is in Jamaica due to his mom 31:47 Mizzy's dad always asks him for money 34:30 Mizzy is focused on work and doesn't really talk to girls like that 35:13 Mizzy says he was never with the baby mom, she kept the kid for clout, it was a one-time thing 37:23 Flakko asks Mizzy about his relationship with Skits his close friend on every video, he also has a wild reputation 40:21 Flakko tries to break down what the matrix is 42:50 Linking up with Jidion, Sneako, Zherka and other creators 44:35 Mizzy is planning on making money with content and music 45:35 Andrew Tate showing Mizzy the ropes to make money 47:27 Celebrity boxing match, Flakko says he would love to see him vs Salt Papi but he's not physically ready, so maybe Speed, Flakko says Corn is weak 50:21 The Pierce Morgan interview, Mizzy says he was biased and vindictive, they actually want him to come back for clout and a viral moment like they did with Bhad Bhabie 54:13 This interview still helped him overall 55:02 Flakko brings up Ian Miles Cheong, who is allegedly responsible for Mizzy getting backlash 57:13 Stormzy reached out to Mizzy to offer his help 1:01:11 Mizzy is not a gang member whatsoever, people say that coz he's black 1:06:15 Mizzy wants to get into reality TV, keep pushing his music and podcasts ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When pursuing our goals, we often prioritize the outcome and feel weighed down or exhausted by the efforts. Today, I encourage you to shift your perspective from being fixated on the results to linking dopamine to the process itself. By doing this, you will find joy throughout the challenges, fall in love with the tough moments, and celebrate every step of your journey! IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: - Reminding yourself that you are never alone in your journey - Linking dopamine, pride, and joy to the efforts, even if it doesn't feel natural - How to fall in love with your daily challenges - Celebrating your resilience and growth RESOURCES -Text DAILY to 310-496-8363 for daily manifesting affirmations and journal prompts. -Sign up for The Spritz newsletter at litepink.com! CONNECT WITH LORI Follow Lori: @loriharder Follow Lite Pink: @drinklitepink Follow Earn Your Happy: @earnyourhappy Follow Girlfriends & Business: @girlfriendsandbusiness Listen to Girlfriends & Business