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Hearts of Oak Podcast
Dr Naomi Wolf - DailyClout: Exposing mRNA & the Battle With Yale

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DailyClout have done phenomenal work over the last year, they have somehow managed to pull together a volunteer team of thousands to sift through the Pfizer dump and make sense of that mountain of data. What Pfizer have tried to hide, DailyClout have exposed. Dr Naomi Wolf returns to Hearts of Oak to look back at the success of this work and to talk about the recent battle with Yale about mandatory jabs. Dr. Naomi Wolf is a bestselling author, columnist, and professor; she is a graduate of Yale University and received a doctorate from Oxford. She is cofounder and CEO of DailyClout.io, a successful civic tech company. Since the publication of her landmark international bestseller, The Beauty Myth, which The New York Times called “one of the most important books of the 20th century," Dr Wolf's other seven bestsellers have been translated worldwide. The End of America and Give Me Liberty: A Handbook For American Revolutionaries, predicted the current crisis in authoritarianism and presented effective tools for citizens to promote civic engagement. Dr Wolf trains thought leaders of tomorrow, teaching public presentation to Rhodes Scholars and co-leading a Stony Brook University that gave professors skills to become public intellectuals. She was a Rhodes scholar herself, and was an advisor to the Clinton re-election campaign and to Vice President Al Gore. Dr Wolf has written for every major news outlet in the US and many globally; she had four opinion columns, including in The Guardian and the Sunday Times of London. She lives with her husband, veteran and private detective Brian, in the Hudson Valley. Dr Wolf's latest book 'The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, COVID-19 and the War Against the Human' available on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bodies-Others-Authoritarians-COVID-19-Against-ebook/dp/B09YNZ2GXV/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1662632232&sr=8-2 Interview recorded 19.12.22 Follow Dr Wolf and Daily Clout Website: https://www.dailyclout.io/ GETTR: https://gettr.com/user/drnaomirwolf https://gettr.com/user/dailyclout Twitter: https://twitter.com/naomirwolf?s=20&t=C3Z2HzsjHsBtvAirPK3YoA https://twitter.com/DailyClout?s=20&t=C3Z2HzsjHsBtvAirPK3YoA YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU-FMBZNtCdSiYBgJdvJmXw To sign up for our weekly email, find our social media, podcasts, video, livestreaming platforms and more go to https://heartsofoak.org/connect/ Please like, subscribe & share! TRANSCRIPT (Hearts of Oak) And hello, Hearts of Oak. Thank you once again for joining us. It's absolutely wonderful to have Naomi Wolf, Dr Naomi Wolf back with us once again. Naomi, thank you for your time today. (Dr Naomi Wolf) Thank you so much for having me on again. I really appreciate it. (HoO) No, it's wonderful having you. And if people don't know already how to follow you, at Naomi R Wolf down at the bottom on GETTR, dailyclout.io. And Twitter actually, I saw you've been let back and you're still looking at, but no apology for the restriction of information and the harm it's done. So yeah, what are your thoughts on that? (NW) Yeah, well, I haven't tweeted yet because I'm waiting to be advised by my lawyer because we have initiated a gigantic lawsuit against Twitter and these other wrongdoers who have. Colluded illegally to suppress my constitutional First Amendment rights. A private company is free to censor whom they want, but in the United States, they're not free to get together with the CDC and the Department of Homeland Security and the White House, all of whom have been confirmed to have colluded with Twitter. So I'm waiting, but as you noted. I did post on GETTR that I don't think it's cute at all. I don't understand people's kind of, you know, oh, hooray, welcome back. It's so exciting. These people, you know, we shouldn't have ever let them become our town square. We shouldn't have ever given up the way human beings communicate with each other. We should not have let, you know, local newspapers die for lack of subscribers because people got seduced by free news and the free news got scooped up by Facebook and Twitter. This is on us and we should never again let ourselves be kind of grateful for having our rights given to us. We've seen how that works. So they destroyed my life. I mean. In many ways, I took a six figure hit for my company. Investors pull out when Twitter castigated me around the world as a crazy person at the behest of my government for whom I had voted. So I don't think it's cute. I don't think it's funny. And I'm not going to, you know, I'm not going to go without a fight. They're going to pay for what they did. And it's not just about me. It's about every single voice that was silenced. It's about the principle of private companies, you know, engaging in literally the definition of fascism by coordinating with governments to suppress freedom of speech and dissent. (HoO) Yeah, not completely. The other way people can follow you, of course, is Substack. So naomiwolf.substack.com and you get those directly in your inbox. And that's also a way of supporting you because what you're doing doesn't come cheap. We'll talk about the volunteer team, but I guess Substack is one way that people can sign up for free, but also they can go for a paid service and that helps you do what you're doing. (NW) I appreciate you mentioning that. Thank you. to be super clear that my sub stack is my personal kind of platform on which I share all of my writerly thoughts as a writer and it doesn't go to daily clout. I just want people to know that if they want to support daily clout, would please that it, you know, that is super important, especially because we have five legal teams, demanding justice of the evil doers of the last two and a half years, which is very, very expensive. So people can get all my substack on daily clout, but they can also get the work of the 3,500 experts that the amazing project director and our COO now, Amy Kelly has organized into a research fighting force that's breaking headline after headline about what's in the Pfizer documents.  And we've got a number of really important initiatives to support in 2023. One of them is clean voting, clean, you know, we're going to pass clean voting bills in 50 states and federally. And of course. We're aiming, as I may have told you last time, at launching a daily clout UK as soon as we can get the funding. But yes, thank you for mentioning that Peter right out of the gate, because we are in this crazy time in which they're like, I don't know, maybe under 50 really committed freedom fighters with national or global platforms. And so many people are grateful to all of us, but not as many people actually realize we have to pay the bills, we have to pay hosting, we have to pay for equipment, production costs, editors, videographers, and all that support counts. And to your organization as well, I hope everyone's sending Christmas gifts and Hanukkah gifts to Hearts of Oak because that's really important to you. (HoO) Thank you. Thank you. And of course, this time of year, Christmas time is time for gifts. And we, I think the first time you're on, we looked at your book, The Body of Others, and that is available. If it's too late to get a hardback, I know it's available on e-book and downloadable as an audiobook. What's the deal with that being available? Obviously I'm here in the UK, it's probably not a book which you would find in your local bookshop. What's the deal over in the US? Has that been restricted at all? Is it simply available online from your website and from Amazon? What's the situation? (NW) Yeah, well Amazon, thanks for asking. Amazon did play a lot of silly games in trying to restrict access. Amazon is one of the bad guys in the bodies of others. So that wasn't surprising. That seems to have calmed down, but you're quite right that all of my books, I've been doing this for 35 years, right? I've written seven bestsellers and most of them have been bestsellers in Britain. And I've longstanding ties with the UK. I lived in the UK for many years. I lived in Scotland for many years, Oxford. Literally everybody in Britain who says they go into Waterstones or they go into even Blackwell's or any bookstore asking for my book, it's not out. The Body of Others is not out. And there's a kind of grudging willingness to order it. And the same is true in the United States. I mean, it was bizarre. We sold more copies for a number of weeks than the copies that were on the New York Times bestseller list of other books. Like thousands and thousands more copies. The New York Times just would not put me on its best seller list. So, you know, the body of others has had a journey, but it's getting into the hands of readers. You can get it on Amazon, I believe. You can get it, sometimes Amazon will say, we don't ship there, which is something Amazon never says about anything else anywhere. And you can get it at allseasonspress.com, but I do want to tell people, very exciting. There's a gift boxed set that's just been made available of my book and Robert Kennedy Jr's The Real Anthony Fauci together. And I really do think that's so exciting, quite historic because I do feel like those books should be read side by side. R.F.K Jr's book really tells the inside story of the crimes of Dr. Fauci, not just now, but leading up to now. He's not new at crime. And my book kind of gives the social and cultural and economic background for how Dr. Fauci exploited, and probably helped to launch the illnesses and promoted these injections of the last two and a half years. To the detriment of all of us. So I'm really excited to tell people that that's out there. Encourage them to gift it to your loved ones, especially those who don't believe any of it. It is a perfect Christmas present. It is a perfect gift to people. And that box says available on dailyclout.io. It's just there on the left-hand side. People can click on it and order it. (HoO) Now, Naomi, you've founded Daily Clout back in 2016. And this year, 2022, you've done an overview of what it's been like in the three areas, you kind of focused on in it were what legal webinars to help citizens fight back against officials and employers. Five freedoms, draft legislation to protect freedoms. Pfizer vaccine trial research. Now, certainly for me personally, it's the Pfizer vaccine trial research that I know much more about. Tell us about the legal webinars because many people have found themselves in problems, certainly at the workplace and in different areas with officials with the tyranny we've all faced. So tell us about those webinars. And how they can assist the public. (NW) Sure. Oh, just to note, I co founded it with a co founder named Lisa Thomas. But I am the CEO and president. And so thank you for that summary of our huge, you know, milestones in 2022. Again, with everyone's support, we could not have done it without the support of your audience and, and others. So the legal webinars are really an incredible model. Most of them have been with this lawyer in Buffalo, New York, named James Ostrowski, and he is a fierce freedom fighter, but he's also very, very good at explaining legal processes to people. A huge part of our mission in our kind of core deliverable is that we aim to demystify legislation. We aim to make democracy more usable by absolutely anyone, to disintermediate the experts who are trying to shut people out of the process. And so it's definitely on mission for us on brand to have a wonderful lawyer explaining to people, saving them thousands of dollars, how they can file their own lawsuits, civil suits, and also file criminal charges. So he did two really powerful webinars, one in which he explained to people who were very upset about, at that point, masking children in schools and injecting children, and teens with mRNA injections in schools without parental consent. In the United States, he taught people how to file civil charges themselves basically against any elected official from the school board all the way up to the governor you know all the way up to on a federal level which I love like why not right these people are absolute criminals and they need to be personally accountable because so much of what we saw in the last two and a half years came from a clear sense of impunity you know these people thought they would never be held accountable personally and the other thing he taught people is how to file criminal charges with, for instance, your local sheriff's office. For instance, if they're masking your child, you notify the authorities that they're engaging in child abuse. And that's not a slam dunk. You still have to have enforcement. But it did, I know that all of these citizens filing all of these actions across the country, whether they were gestural or not, whether the authorities followed up or not, did create second thoughts and it changed the atmosphere. And as a former political consultant, and the same with the Five Freedoms campaign, where we met with legislators in five states to pass bills ending the state of emergency, mask mandates, ending vaccine mandates, allowing freedom of assembly, and opening schools because at that time schools were closed. We may not have passed all those bills in every state, but legislators have told us that the scrutiny and the empowerment of citizens really created a leverage point to break that kind of mass of tyranny and impunity state by state. So I know that that's powerful because people think twice when they get a lawyer's letter or when their criminal charges filed against them. They may not go right to jail, but they don't forge ahead in quite the same way. (HoO) Tell us when you look back because I think one of the main focuses of Daily Clout when I started was looking at legislation and BILLCAM is there and it's quite a unique feature showing what is happening, who's proposed amendments and everything is there. I know from working in parliament here in the UK it's sometimes extremely difficult to find out what is happening to make any sense of it. But that was your focus and what's happened over the last 18 months or so is probably a move away from that, although it is looks to look at legislation, but many other attacks. As you kind of finish the year, what are your thoughts as you look back on what actually Daily Clout have achieved in a changing environment, I guess?  (NW) I love your questions. Thank you. Well, just, you know, you're right to notice that Daily Clout the editorial side has really, I wouldn't say split away from legislation, the legislative focus but you know expanded because of the the urgent civil rights threat posed by mandated vaccines. Like we're not, we weren't founded for health freedom. A lot of the people we work with, a lot of our allies, you know, were founded for health freedom. But right now in history in the West, certainly and globally, the way that human liberties are being restricted and human life is being threatened, and crimes are being committed is through the weaponization of medicine or medical discourse medical interventions, medical interventions. So that we have devoted a ton of editorial focus to that. But the, the kind of product side is, is still robust and we're kind of increasingly separating these into kind of two, not two companies, but two brands really, because we are just launching our business to business product, which I'm so, so excited about where you can, you know, if you're an advocacy organization, can get just if you do you know health care you can get just health care legislation in your own portal if you're in finance you can get just banking legislation in your own portal and so on so that'll empower everyone you know but it'll it'll also be you know specifically focused on presenting legislation in a way that is specific to your own whatever it is you're interested in specifically. And I want to say that 125,000 people have used, BILLCAM a month. So it's really successful. So we're going to keep growing but in parallel tracks. And as you mentioned, Daily Clout itself, the big project that really was the hallmark of 2022 was this amazing assortment 3,500 experts going through the Pfizer documents. And I'm so proud of them and of Amy Kelly. (HoO) But tell us about that because I know we've touched on it before, but that was a mammoth effort. And I guess the data was released in a way that didn't make sense and wasn't possible, to analyse it. Most people then would have put on social media and complained about that. But. Actually it's a different thing to complaining the situation and doing something about it. And you pull together that team and if it wasn't for the efforts of those volunteers connected with Daily Clout, with War Room, then the public wouldn't actually have been aware of all of the failings through that process. (NW) Yeah, that was honestly, I just can't even explain the success of that project without feeling like we had some kind of metaphysical wind at our backs, because you can imagine, And I really cannot take credit for it. I mean, when I tried to say, okay, we're going to put a call out for experts to read these documents, because I really do believe in and I've had good experience like crowdsourcing expertise, that's part of the idea behind BILLCAM, right? Like people can comment on these dense pieces of legislation and illuminate them kind of collectively. But when I went before the great Amy Kelly, I, and even my colleagues, we were hurting cats. I mean, it was like literally beyond anyone's managerial ability or, or even like, how do you even digitally manage 3,500 experts reading through 55,000 documents? But Amy Kelly has supernatural powers of management and organization. I literally don't understand how she does it, but she came in and, you know, the only credit I can take is that I recognize incredible leadership skills when I see them. And she did us the honour of becoming our project manager and now our COO, as well as our project manager. And she just magically organized these 3500 experts in medicine and science, biostatisticians, medical fraud investigators, data analysts, lab clinicians, physicians, nurses into six teams. And then there's kind of an expert group reviewing the work of each of the six teams. And then it goes through a checking process with a meta team. And then it goes through editorials so that we take, and this is again, This is the only other little piece I can take credit for. It's very hard to turn even the most accessible medical writing into journalism that everyone can understand. But it's so important for everyone to understand it. So there's a robust kind of back and forth to get those reports readable. And then we launch them. But I've just got to credit her. And these 3,500 people who are literally around the world working for free, drawing on their expertise, many of them can't even be named because they're kind of doing it surreptitiously because they would get fired, you know, if they use their expertise publicly to help their fellow human beings and to stop the greatest medical fraud in human history and not just greatest medical fraud, but to stop what is clearly turning into a mass murder event. So I just like, it's so beautiful that these 3,500 nameless souls, you know, labour and serve humanity in this way. And we also have these 250 volunteer lawyers, many of whom have now started to write letters, to attorneys general across the United States, warning them of reckless endangerment, of fraud, of misleading advertising, various crimes that Pfizer is committing specifically. (HoO) Well, there are many things which you've helped expose. I know just this week, I think it was a few days ago, you were talking about hypertension. And whenever the layperson hears terms, I think, well, it doesn't sound good. But on the article you put this, known as elevated blood pressure, a serious medical condition that significantly increases the risk of heart, brain, kidney, and other diseases. And you were talking about this of what you've pulled out from the Pfizer, but also from VAERS data, which just adds to everything else that is coming out. Do you want to let us know what you've found on that? (NW) Sure. It's very important. I mean, this team has found so many headlines that really have saved lives, and this is another one. So someone very close to me, whom I cannot name, perfectly healthy 84-year-old woman, perfectly healthy before she got three, injections, Moderna. Was taken to the hospital over the past weekend because of tightness in her chest and they diagnosed hypertension, which literally this is a woman who has eaten right her entire life, exercised her entire life. She's the right weight for her height. She's just everything right. You know, hypertension in our family, nothing, right? And suddenly this manifests. So of course her doctors are like, as they always are, with all of these side effects with everyone I know who's being injured by the vaccines, the doctors like, we have no idea. And then it's literally right there in the Pfizer documents, like whatever it is these people are suffering from that they didn't suffer from before. You know, we do a search with this tool. One of our volunteers created called abstractor and there it is. So I asked Amy Kelly to search for hypertension or high blood pressure in Pfizer documents. And she found 242 different iterations. And then she searched the VAERS database and what the results she got were 108,000 rows of data. So, and the system said, we can't even print this out for you, you have to resubmit under 10,000 rows each. So it was like a signal so massive, it broke the pipeline essentially. And for your audience in the UK, excuse me, and even in the US and around the world, The VAERS database is supposed to be the thing that... of harm that the CDC, our Center for Disease Control, our big kind of medical safety agency is supposed to be monitoring. Like that's Rochelle Walensky's job. That's literally her main job. And here is the signal so massive that it kind of overwhelmed her own system. And yet it was Amy Kelly in a guest bedroom in Denver, Colorado, who found it, and me in a guest bedroom in Salem, Massachusetts, who's announcing it to the world, instead of the multi-billion dollar CDC, funded with our tax dollars. And then Dr. Ely did a recheck. He verified her results. And he also, he's a VAERS CDC expert because of his own work with senators, Linthicum and Senator Thatcher in Oregon, with a grand jury investigation demand of the CDC, for data mishandling. And he found tens of thousands of results of high blood pressure in the VAERS database and 1500 people died, 1500 people died. And again, the variations on high blood pressure are so massive and we now have Vigilant Fox who's joined us, which I'm proud to say. He's a wonderful kind of commentator who boils down stories and creates videos. And he's a former nurse. And he explained, I'm like, why is hypertension a big deal? Why do we care about it? It doesn't sound that serious, right? And he explained, you know, that it can be very dangerous. He explained it in his piece about what we found. And Dr. Ely elaborated on why hypertension is so serious. You can die of it. People are dying of it. So, you know, we have to add these 1500 people minimum because the VAERS under reports by one, I'm sorry, the VAERS is estimated to report only one to 10% of the true number of adverse events. So we've got, you know, scores, what would it be if you've got 1500, we could have 15,000 people dead of hypertension who would not have been dead of hypertension prior to receiving the mRNA vaccines. And also the last thing I'll say about this is that all of these horrible pieces are starting to fit together, Peter, medically. I've talked about lipid nanoparticles. They're an industrial fat. Well, they're in your blood now, you know, if you've been vaccinated. So there are all these clotting effects, these lung clots, blood clots, the Pfizer documents are full of clots. And nurses have even described the difference between vaccinated being very viscous, and unvaccinated blood being a different color and not not so thick. These industrial fats exist, they're like a like the opposite of an emulsifier. They exist to thicken things. Right. and as I reported earlier and I'm surprised no one's really paying attention to this, but it's more of a kind of industrial product discussion than a medical product discussion, which may be why the doctors are not wading into it. But lipid nanoparticles, they solidify at room temperature. They get thicker as you warm them. And I warned everyone, remember all that weird chilling, that it has to be so cold, it has to be so cold. And I did a piece on the variability. I think we talked about this of instructions that how cold to keep the vaccines. Well, what good does it do to keep this material super freezing chilled in a freezer if you inject it into a human body, which is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, you know, some Celsius, you know, it's going to change. And so if you think about what hypertension does to the heart, right, it makes the heart work harder, it pushes the blood against the arteries, you know, more than it should be pushed against the arteries. That's an effect you would get if your blood is sticky, as Dr. Ely said. And he actually has a different mechanism for what causes the sticky blood and explained that in more detail. But, you know, there could be multiple factors, you know, ruining people's blood, basically, in circulation. And I'm just heartsick about this. And I hope, I hope millions of people watch this interview, because right now, pretty much nobody knows outside of you, me, and and the War Room posse and whoever's reading our sub stacks about this, that this is happening. That's a side effect. (HoO) Well, one of the things that really has worried me is the whole issue of blood transfusion. And I know there has been one case in New Zealand with parents losing access to their child because they wanted the child to have a transfusion with unvaccinated blood. And I know, I think on Daily clout, there's an interview there with an organization that looks at this. And that's a whole other area because many of us no longer trust our health system. And therefore what happens if you're in need of blood? And that's a huge step because very few of us have any idea of how to even set up a system whereby that's available. Because you obviously don't want to receive blood if it is infected with something that can cause damage to your body. (NW) Absolutely. And this is, it's such a heart-breaking, unbelievable story, but it's also so predictable. I mean, I say unbelievable and predictable at the same time. Those are the times we're living in. Months and months ago, I warned on War Room that the last step of this train we were on would be that people's children would be removed from them. That is the ultimate leverage. And that's what that we're seeing in formerly free, formerly enlightened New Zealand and subsequently around the world. Like if we don't fight this fight in every country, that's gonna be everywhere. The whole world is gonna be like China and now like New Zealand and like Australia in horrible ways and on and on. And I'm hearing terrible things about Britain about restricting assembly. I need to find out more about that or restricting travel. But back to your question about blood, it is true that I don't believe anything these people say anymore either. I mean, my loved one said with relief that this bracelet she'd been assigned to wear, someone had told her returns unreliably high numbers. different kinds of medical bracelet. And my first thought was, well, of course it does, because that's how you guarantee the endless consumption of the hypertension medications, which are made by guess who, Pfizer. So yeah, I don't trust any of them. The blood supply is a bad question, but predictably, unvaccinated semen, unvaccinated eggs. Unvaccinated surrogate moms and unvaccinated blood are gonna be the black market or the gold of the near future if they aren't already. And I do think we have to create an alternative medical system as well as an alternative scientific system, alternative economic system. But I know that some doctors have started to do this. I know that Dr. Alexander and Dr. McCullough and other dissident doctors have united in something I think is called the Wellness Project. And I just would refer people to them and to FLCCC and to Dr. Ely because I don't know that they have access to unvaccinated blood, but I think we're gonna start to have like networks of donors, informally, people saying like, I'll step in for your baby, I'm type O or I'm unvaccinated. I mean, it's going to be like an underground railroad, medically. (HoO) Well, I don't know whether it will be that people just have a small freezer at home and they stick their blood in. It's a strange way. Again, we have to look for solutions to the madness that we face and the solutions can be very different from what's been done before. But then over in, it seems to be that there is actually more voices, certainly in the political realm. Here we've had Andrew Bridgen MP who stood up and called for mRNA vaccines to be immediately suspended certainly with children. And I know I watched the whole day of meetings with Senator Ron Johnson, Senator Rand Paul has been very vocal as has Ron De Santos. Are you seeing a change because you're putting the information out, and others are putting the information out. It is all there to read and to make an informed decision that this is not good. We must immediately suspend until further notice. Are we seeing a change with some of our politicians actually wakening up to it?  (NW) I mean, yes, yes and no. I think it's huge that you had a parliamentarian call for this. And culturally, when a taboo is broken, that has a big impact, even if you don't get immediate colleagues rushing to stand next to him or immediate positive press coverage. Things are changing, not fast enough, not comprehensively enough. I'm a lifelong Democrat, I'm now an independent, but the change in the makeup of the House in the United States starting in January, that Republicans will be in charge. That is having a ripple effect around the world or certainly around the West because different people will be able to hold investigations, have subpoena power. And so if there have been alliances, for instance, between Britain and the US, which there often are around these issues, those will be disclosed. And I guess I just don't get that happy about it, but I'm also very annoyed because what you're gonna start to see is rats jumping ship, or people, and I'm seeing this with the, you know, literati and the intelligentsia. Oh, I never believed that. I was always there with you, you know, I, you know, with that things were crazy, right? I mean, you know, and so people are trying to get ahead of indictments and they're trying to lay down paper trails in the event of investigation. And in some cases, and I think we'll see this with people Rochelle Walensky, Dr. Walensky, Dr. Fauci, and my husband Brian O'Shea, an investigator many years in the intelligence community, points this out. The first person to get to turning on their peers gets a reduced sentence or other kinds of immunity. So I think we're going to see a rush to throw others under the bus once the Republicans take power.  But it's not enough. I mean there are still ads every day, people tell me in states across my country telling people to inject their children. The CDC still lies every single day. I can't believe what I saw just this morning. The CDC is telling people on its website that teenagers and minors have a right to choose vaccination of any kind in spite of their parents' wishes. It's not true. It's a lie. But they just lie and lie and lie. Dr. Ely broke this story yesterday when I interviewed him or the day before, I beg your pardon, that is shocking. He found that the CDC has removed 32,000 cases. I may have the number slightly..... I'll say tens of thousands till I can check the number, but cases of myocarditis from the VAERS database between September and December, just removed them, which is illegal and probably has to do with, you mentioned DeSantis. Governor DeSantis and Dr. Lattapos' plans for a grand jury investigation, that's Dr. Walensky covering up evidence of a crime, right, or trying to.  So yes, things are changing, but as a journalist, I guess I'm especially angry as a journalist because the Guardian isn't joining you in saying, here's investigative reporting we've done, this has to stop. They took the money. The BBC took all the money. They're not joining you in actually investigating the spike, the doubling of baby deaths. They call it a spike, to hide the number in Scotland.  I mean, so many things are not happening with the news media because of the pipeline of money and because of their own complicity. They committed crimes too, they took the money and they have blood on their hands and people died. And I don't know how that will play out, in terms of litigation, but I know that when this worm actually turns and the bodies have been duly counted, that the diabilities, and every country now is showing a signal of dramatic 13% rise in Australia above the norm for deaths, unexplained deaths, 20% I believe in Germany, and the unborn babies, the drop in babies that Igor Chudin documented, an average of 20% I believe worldwide in the, databases he's looked at. Media are going to be hauled into court for participating in fraud and reckless endangerment. And I'm a free speech absolutist, but they deserve to because it is illegal to endanger people and kill them by covering things up and forcing them basically to make choices they wouldn't make otherwise.  So it's going to be a bloodbath. (HoO) How do you think that, because one of the headlines from Senator Ron Johnson's hearings was, and I think you covered in Daily Clout, analysis shows 26% worse mortality amongst mRNA vaccinated. So the information is out there, at some point people have to be held to account. And often in the UK being held to account means actually promoted or given a better job somewhere. That's what you're held to a coin. Heads do not roll. I'm guessing at some point those in charge in the CDC, in the pharm industry need to be penalized, be punished for what's happened. Is that private prosecutions? Is that state by state? Is the whole De Santos being vocal? Is that a breakthrough in that area? (NW) Well, De Santos is being more than vocal, he's calling for a grand jury investigation. And that's serious. And he's the first governor to do that. And I know that his popularity is off the charts. So punishment for COVID crimes is going to play very, very well in many parts of our country and probably in yours as well. Because the truth has a way of coming out. In spite of Britain being in a more opaque information bubble than the US, from what I can see, there are people like you and people like Mark Steyn and a few other truth tellers. People just aren't stupid. They look around and look at the symptoms that their loved ones experience and they put pieces together over time. So yes, DeSantis' approach is important, again, culturally, by breaking that seal, not just saying, well, because what the evildoers want to do now is, that Emily Osterpiece, we didn't know, the science was evolving, it's time for amnesty, let's make s'mores and sing kumbaya, crazy, crazy times. And that's..... there's a reason there was an Nuremberg trial after World War Two. There's a reason that the Nazi doctors were hanged, you know, in a long, a long. People in journalism who promoted Nazi policies were also punished cruelly. And that has to happen, right? If that hadn't happened, Nazism would have reared its ugly head much earlier. But how can I put it? I think that there's a risk that the move on forces will prevail unless we are very assertive and strategic and organized. And here's one reason why. Even though the Republicans are in power in the U.S., Bill and Melinda Gates are still out there pouring money into every news outlet, filling the coffers of left and right. And the same pharma money goes to your country, and the same big tech money goes, to distort your media and your social discourse. And the other thing is that I just have to be honest, we fought really hard in the United States to get some of our democracy back, like really hard grassroots, moms organizing, people doing audits, people kind of educating themselves through entities like BILLCAM, what does the law really say? How do I talk to my, showing up in Albany, showing up at their state houses, in Britain? I'm sorry to say this, I love Britain dearly. You're in a post-democratic situation now. I created BILLCAM partly because I did an informal poll of people around me in Oxford in a pub like five years ago and said, do you know how to lobby your member of parliament? And do you know how to, and this was when Britain was still part of the European Union, do you know how to lobby your MEP? And nobody knew. And there's no disrespect to the British. Your system has deliberately been made. One of the greatest democracies, the original democracy in the world, the process of, as you know, from having worked in parliament. The lobbying of your representative process is so opaque and mysterious that people have been completely disempowered. And the last thing I'll say, and then I will really stop, is part of why we're so eager to launch Daily Clout and BILLCAM is that part of the reason I designed it the way I did is from having looked at parliament.uk. and your legislative database. Is it literally impossible to find out what the laws are? I mean, my book was smeared, a book I wrote about 19th century British laws about sodomy was smeared and attacked based on a law that no one could find, right? A legislative database that was completely opaque. And when you try to follow parliament.gov.uk, it often sends you in a circle and it ends in a dead link or it says things like, well, these laws are in scrolls and you have to be a lawyer to access that. Like scrolls, like that is not a thing in the digital era. And so it's very disturbing that digital technology is used to put forward a face of accessibility, especially in Britain, but actually used to hide and conceal legislation and legislative processes from the citizens. Sorry to be so nerdy, but I care a lot about this. (HoO) No, our laws are opaque and also can be read in so many different ways and that's the problem. And then the courts spend their time trying to make sense of bad legislation, which keeps getting different amendments put on it. But I want to finish off just by, you said about Bill and Melinda Gates are still around, talked about the money going into institutions and. One of those institutions is Yale University. And you put up a number of things, obviously you were at Yale, which I think says the third oldest university in the States, then look back, in Oxford was there 300 years before. So, but we'll not even get into that. You've spoken about this and highlighted the money going into Yale and I guess that control. Tell us about that because that shows the hold that these large institutions have on our education system. (NW) Yeah, that was a shocker. So I was invited to speak at a rally outside of Yale against this hellish policy the university has mandated that even if students, undergraduates, healthy undergraduates have both the initial injections and booster, they have to take the bivalent booster before they can even come back to campus after winter break and resume their studies. And, this is, I mean you can imagine how insane this is as more and more and more evidence mounts up that particularly young adults are at greater, I mean the British Medical journal just ran a piece just in time for Yale to save face if it repeals its mandate by the way but you know whatever works you know pointing out that young adults it's unethical to have university mandates because young adults are at more risk from the injection and myocarditis and they don't you know not to mention the menstrual problems that women are suffering then and they are from the virus itself. And so I gave a speech, you know, I am a mom and if parents don't speak up about, and I'm an alumna, you know, and if parents and alumni don't speak up to protect these undergraduates, and the faculty and staff are not mandated, meaning the administration isn't mandated. It's just the kids, it's just the students, right? Makes no sense at all, no sense at all. And so I thought, well, what, you know, usually there's money driving insane policies. And again, my, got to credit, Brian O'Shea. The world's best investigator, he quickly fell on the money trail by looking at a database of government funding called TAGGS and as well as Yale's own internal records. And Yale makes 200 million more every year year from HHS grants, then from then from tuition. So that's $600 million a year from HHS, about 400 plus from tuition. And so they need HHS more than they need their students. So they're basically at in my argument, trafficking their students. Yale has received $6 billion from HHS since 1998, 1.7 billion since COVID began. And I broke out individual grants and there's so much nonsensical bribery, like, you know, over a million dollars to go to Karachi to look at burial grounds to assess the impact of COVID, to look at burial grounds, you don't know how they died, right? They're dead, they're buried. You know, not looking at medical records, not looking at, you know, like, look, physically look at burial grounds or 3.4 million for student emergency COVID care. And it takes you to a dead link. What did they use that for? forced injections? distance learning? who knows? But the point is they're literally trafficking the kids. And I looked at the Connecticut and federal law against human trafficking, and it literally applies to what Yale is doing because you don't have to be sexually trafficked or transported to be trafficked. You have to be forced or coerced to provide labour or services that you have a legal right to refuse. And that's literally what's happening to the bodies of students at Yale. And for sure, as I said in my speech, going to be young men whose hearts are damaged, who could drop dead, young women who will be permanently injured menstrually with, I mean, in Pfizer documents, the horrors around menstruation. Either 20 different names in Pfizer documents for horrible things that happen to your body menstrually, like menstruating always, right? Or two periods, like, can you imagine being a female student menstruating every single day of your life, or two periods a month, or horrible haemorrhages, agonizing cramps. So in addition to trafficking, in my view, it's also a violation of Title IX because they're certainly going to be inflicting on some of those undergraduate women infertility and agonizing disability. So that was what I had to say there. And I hope and believe they're hearing from alumni and parents but sadly from what I heard from at least one parent Yale is tasking this horrible woman named Stephanie Spengler, Dr. Spengler, with managing the calls from distraught parents. Stephanie Spengler was the woman tasked with managing my trying to file a grievance against an active sexual predator on campus. She's the managing of injustices and she literally is sending parents in circles. not saving the kids yet. The kids are still at risk. And I don't know the situation in the UK. I mean, are they mandating Oxford and Cambridge students? (HoO) I think it depends on someone. I talked to a friend of mine and sadly they were going to University for Medicine and sadly they made the choice to get injected to be able to go. It seems to be that there are quite a number of universities. It's not across the board and of course they make their own decisions each time. And after someone's been accepted, everything's ready and then suddenly they say, oh, of course you're vaccinated. You know, at some point, the closer you get to actually attending it, it's too late. You can't just go and change your mind and go elsewhere. So yeah, that's exactly, (NW) I'm sorry to jump in there, Peter, but this is super painful what you're describing, this young woman Phoebe Liu is a University of Connecticut student, she's like 19 or 20, she said that they dangle just what you said, they're on campus, they've chosen their classes, they paid their money and that the university dangles their future like a lure on a string and withholds it, for these constantly escalating physical requirements. And as I put it in my speech, it's not just the harm to these young people's bodies. What it's doing to them psychologically is going to scar them for life. And they're being groomed to accept a terrorizing reality in which authorities can do anything at any time to you. (HoO) And again, in the UK, you don't get to choose. So you turn up and you get injected into whatever they have that day. So I've talked to doctors who have gone for the jabs and they have no idea what they're going to get. They just, well, whatever they put in me and that level of absolute belief and confidence in your government is frightening. But that's where we are. (NW) They don't know what brand or what dose?  (HoO) When they arrive, if they ask, they can be told, but whenever you make an appointment. You can't say, I would prefer to have the Johnson & Johnson because not an mRNA as opposed to Pfizer. You don't get to choose that. You turn up and you get whatever they give you on the day. No choice. (NW) I just want to tell people that the Pfizer documents show that Moderna is three times more lethal than Pfizer and of course Pfizer is more lethal than J&J. (HoO) Wow. On that happy note, we will finish off. Thank you Dr. Naomi Wolf for joining us. It's absolutely wonderful to have you on and thank you for coming on, sharing what Daily Clout have been doing over the last year and what you've been doing. So thank you so much for, your time. (NW) Thank you, Peter. And I should end by saying, you know, it has been a year of great progress when all of us have been fighting together. So let's hope that 2023 will be sane and healthy and back to a post-enlightenment discourse in liberty for all. And thank you so much for your support for our work as well. (HoO) No, not at all. And just to our viewers and listeners, if you haven't already got Bodies of Evidence, it is a wonderful Christmas present to give to someone to help open their eyes a little bit. So I'd encourage you to get a copy, if you can't get a hard copy of this set it's available certainly on ebook and audiobook.

Tri Beginner‘s Luck
Tri Gratitude with USA Triathlon Foundation

Tri Beginner‘s Luck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 60:58


This season is about overcoming, and let's be real; you learn to overcome whenever you tri.  In this episode,  we learn about the USA Triathlon Foundation and the ambassador program, which is designed to spread Tri all over the country.  To give us more insight, we talk with Thomas Lenneberg, Executive Director, and two Ambassadors: Rosalind Jarrett Sepulveda and Lisa Thomas.  “USAT Foundation is the charitable arm of USA Triathlon.  The Foundation supports the multisport community through charitable givebacks and grants that advance its three pillars: encourage youth participation, inspire adaptive athletes and ignite Olympic/Paralympic dreams.” Here are a few ways to give the gift of Tri to the world:  USAT Foundation General Donation Link  Thank you in advance for your support and generously giving to USA Triathlon Foundation.  Don't forget to leave a review, share it with your friends, and Follow Tri Beginner's luck on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.  And send any questions or feedback you have to  imreadyto@tribeginnersluck.com.   Let's Tri this! 

Engaging Bobcats
Promoting Healthy Futures: Environment is Everything

Engaging Bobcats

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 37:31


We welcome Meridian teaching phenoms Jennifer Beshue and Lisa Thomas aboard our podcasting ship to talk about Meridian schools' unique, organic culture and how it benefits everyone involved. The pair break down the reputation of Meridian as a "family" and highlight the exceptional support they receive from other faculty. We brainstorm about what can be done to provide better resources for students outside of the school, and we're so grateful to receive their insight into the challenges and scenarios that young people face today. Our professional educators also discusses community engagement activities and the variety of district events scheduled in the future. The conversation emphasizes that learning to accept others and yourself is the fundamental building block toward becoming a successful adult. Lisa and Jennifer discuss the paths that brought them to Meridian and share no-nonsense testimony on how their own teachers helped them evolve into who they are today. By the end of our conversation, we understand why they're such a positive force at Meridian. 

TeapotOne - Bru Time
Bru Time #100 - Simon & Lisa Thomas 2 Ride the World

TeapotOne - Bru Time

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 166:37


Simon and Lisa Thomas are 2 Ride the World - a married couple who set off in 2003 to ride around the world - 19 years and over 500,000 miles later, they're still going!They are the GOAT's of motorcycle travel, and their warm, open and honest attitude not only makes you want to overland travel around the world, but it also highlights some of the lows, as well as the highs, that adventure travel brings.2 Ride the World Socials:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/2ridetheworldadventureWebsite: https://www.2ridetheworld.comPictures: https://www.prints2ridetheworld.comPhotography Course: https://www.livinglens.photography/beginner-intermediateworkshopsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/2ridetheworldInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/2ridetheworldSupport the show

Someone Probably Died
Episode 74: Black Holes (Lisa Thomas/Black-Eyed Children)

Someone Probably Died

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:09


On this episode, Erin kicks things off with the unsolved murder of 15-year-old Lisa Thomas. Lisa had walked to the mall to buy a shirt she really wanted, and intended to be home by dinner. She never returned and she would later be found in a wooded area between her house and the mall. Her murder is still unsolved.After the break, O'Dell covers the creepy case of the black-eyed children. Are these creepy kids real, or just another internet urban legend? Whatever the case may be, they are definitely something we don't want to encounter.Erin rounds things off with a WTF story about a man who really should have gotten to know his neighbors, and then we wrap things up with a "this or that" palette cleanser and a shower thought or three.Chapters:00:00 - Intro00:59 - Hey, Neighbor03:29 - Erin's Case: The Unsolved Murder of Lisa Thompson29:33 - O'Dell's Case: Black-Eyed Children48:08 - Ghosts & Legends51:45 - WTF Story of the Week: Welfare Check58:57 - Palette Cleanser & Shower ThoughtSupport us by becoming a memberSend us a tipLeave us a voice messageDo you have a missing loved one and you'd like us to share their story? Contact us at hearmystory@sixdegreesofwtf.comCheck out our website for more information on this week's episode, including links to resources and videos mentioned during the show.If you have a creepy story or unsolved mystery that you'd like to share with us, send us a message to killerstory@sixdegreesofwtf.comCheck out our social mediaMusic used in this episode was licensed through Epidemic Sound:Reach by STRLGHTGhostly by Tigerblood Jewel Become an Acast+ member! (This membership does not include all of the perks provided to Patreon members. See the description for details.) https://plus.acast.com/s/six-degrees-of-wtf. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Relationship Alchemy
How Your DNA and Epigenetics Impact Your Relationships with Lisa Thomas

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 29:24


I've been working with Lisa Thomas as my energy healer for over a year. And she's amazing. As a transformational leader, she's made a big difference in my life as she empowers people to live authentically and in alignment with their soul's purpose. In this rare opportunity to access her brilliance, we unpack our collective past and inherited patterns and how epigenetics play in our ability to form flourishing connections. Tune in to this episode: How Your DNA and Epigenetics Impact Your Relationships with Lisa Thomas Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Recognize destructive patterns. Lisa Thomas explains the parenting styles exposed to us in our childhoods can greatly influence our decision-making in our adult relationships. We may unconsciously model a controlling father or an unaffectionate mother, but we have the power and capacity to hold ourselves accountable.   ✔️ Make space for mistakes. Breaking your back to please a partner can be a form of emotional manipulation. Dropping an “I love you” in the middle of an argument seems harmless from the outside, but it can actually be you policing your partner's intense feelings and slapping a band-aid on a deep wound. ✔️ Evaluate your next relationship. Moving from one failed relationship to another? Your new date may be a better version of your ex, but it could be the same bad habits in a prettier package. ✔️ It's your divine right to be in a harmonious relationship. After a string of broken relationships, we can develop a habit of self-blame and guilt. Remember, you're human, and life is full of change. Remember, you're human, and life is full of change. Forgive yourself for your past, and speak out when your partner doesn't fulfill your needs or negatively impacts you. ✔️ Improving your relationship begins with you. One hurdle in the relationship doesn't call for an immediate breakup. With the knowledge that your partner's flaws may be a result of their upbringing, step up and do little things to enhance your bond. ✔️ Fear creates a doomed relationship. Learning to let go of these worries is a long process, especially if our life experiences repeatedly showed us the worst. However, everybody can be empowered with their words. Say “no” to that fearful voice in your head. You're in charge. Lisa Thomas is a transformational leader, intuitive, and master energy healer who is dedicated to helping people reach their next level of success in business, mindset, and personal relationships, by breaking cycles of struggle, upper limiting beliefs, and negative patterns. She specializes in releasing inherited emotional DNA, such as fear of success, fear of failure, anxiety, procrastination, false money beliefs, and relationship drama. Lisa believes everyone deserves to be seen, known, and heard for who they are. Her expertise empowers people to live authentically and in alignment with their Soul's purpose.   Links:   Website: https://lisathomasenergyhealing.com Facebook: https://lisathomasenergyhealing.com/facebook  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LisaThomasEnergyHealer/ YouTube: https://lisathomasenergyhealing.com/youtube Free Gift:   Believe in Miracles Audio https://lisathomasenergyhealing.com/miracles ——————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps people create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. If you're partnered, click here: http://relationshipalchemyassessment.com. If you're single, click here: https://relationshipalchemysinglesassessment.com ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH MARIE-ELIZABETH ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Facebook Community (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108   As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

Honest as a Mother
Money Mindset with Amber Trueblood

Honest as a Mother

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 68:37


This week Amanda is joined again by Amber Trueblood and they are talking finances this week.Included in this episode:The guilt and shame that are surrounded around finances and what we can do with these feelingsMoney Mantras and Affirmations. Do they work? How can we go about them?Relationships and money. How can we handle these tough conversations.Communication techniques in having these conversationsIf you want help releasing limiting beliefs and subconscious fears around money...I recommend Lisa Thomas. She's a transformational leader, intuitive, and Master Energy Healer. Here is her FREE Money Audio Meditation that I love -  https://lisathomasenergyhealing.com/freeIf you want a practical money coach and guide who will help you get to exactly where you want to go in your financial future...I recommend Krisstina Wise. She's a real estate mogul, millionaire coach, international speaker and award-winning author. Here is a link for a chat with her to see if you want to learn more -  http://krisstina.com/callIf you want to dip your toe into this work, and you enjoyed what Amber had to share about money and wealth-building....I recommend the Abundance Workshop with Amber Trueblood. She's offering my listeners a 15% discount when using the code "honest" - To Get Started on Your Mindset and Money with Amber: https://ambertrueblood.com/money-mindset-training/

Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger
Dare To Dream, February 17, 2022

Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 77:30


Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger and guest Lisa Thomas

Your Divine Uniqueness - The Podcast
Achieve Divine Success When Your Are In Alignment With Your Money Vibration with Lisa Thomas

Your Divine Uniqueness - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 63:14


Lisa Thomas shares about releasing epigenetic patterns that are creating limitations in our life. And she explains what is Divine Success and how it can change the whole paradigm of what we're creating in life. Her perspective about shifting from "working hard/make it happen" mindset to allowing things to come easy for us is profound and inspiring. She shares inspiring insights on shifting vocation paths, whether we radically shift our career or choose a step by step approach, and achieving financial abundance while doing what we love. She also discusses why some people find it challenging to make money while doing what they love, and others not, and what to do about it. Lisa's Free Gift: "Free Money Activation" : LisaThomasEnergyHealing.com/free Join the LIVE sessions: YourDivineUniqueness.com Our Special Programs & Offers: YourDivineUniqueness.com/programs Lisa Thomas is a sought-after epigenetics expert, speaker, author, and transformational leader who contributes to society by facilitating accelerated healing.Through the expansion of self-awareness, people are empowered to embrace collaboration and contribute to transforming the future of society. She has helped thousands of people worldwide to achieve their business and life goals by releasing Inherited Emotional DNA, such as fear of success, fear of failure, anxiety, procrastination, fear of public speaking, false money beliefs, relationship drama, and business stagnation. Lisa achieves this within her small-group programs, private coaching, Infinite Opulence – Healing Activation products and her Soul Awakening Method (™) Certification for healers. She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her husband and family. Lisa has been featured on Good Morning LaLa Land, Allie & You, Dare to Dream, Inspired Conversations, Spirit Purpose Energy, as well as other stages and podcasts. Her book, Mistakes into Money is now available on Amazon. 

DARE TO DREAM with Debbi Dachinger
LISA THOMAS: Healing Inherited Emotional DNA on Dare to Dream with Debbi Dachinger #epigenetic #heal

DARE TO DREAM with Debbi Dachinger

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 75:30


HIGHLIGHTS WATCH NOW: - Lisa does live calls plus healings for us ALL - What to say to change your mindset and day - Ancestral mathematics - How to activate a healing This episode features a healer whose works with inherited emotional DNA that manifests in people as fears, sabotaging patterns, and belief systems. These can include fear of success, procrastination, fear of public speaking, anxiety, limiting money beliefs, relationship drama, business stagnation and more. My guest is Lisa Thomas who is a transformational healer, intuitive coach, and energy practitioner. She's helped thousands of people worldwide to achieve their business and life goals through her group programs, private coaching, products, and her Soul Awakening Method ™ Certification for healers. Lisa has been featured on Good Morning LaLa Land, Allie & You, Dare to Dream, Inspired Conversations, Spirit Purpose Energy, as well as stages and podcasts. Her book, Mistakes into Money, is available on Amazon. Learn More: https://LisaThomasEnergyHealing.com/ DARE TO MAKE YOUR DREAMS A REALITY. Debbi Dachinger puts the ‘inspiration‘ back into podcasts in an award-winning show that is your #1 transformation conversation. Subscribe! Leave a review; we read and appreciate them all! Join me on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachinger Debbi Dachinger is a certified coach whose expertise is Visibility in Media. She coaches people to write a page turner book, takes their book to a guaranteed international bestseller, AND pulls back the curtain, so clients have the system to be interviewed on media and podcast and get massive results. Debbi shows people how to find and use media exposure to locate their tribe, fill workshops, sell books, and gain exposure. Connect with Debbi: https://DebbiDachinger.com Get your free Template to learn what YOUR unique message is for your business: https://debbidachinger.com/gift #podcast #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #medicine #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #apple #paranormal #listening #LisaThomas #lineage #epigenetics #CeelularHealing #SpiritualGrowth #Relationship #healer #businessStagnation #PublicSpeaking #money #anxiety #reltionshipProblem #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #interview #podcast #spiritual #author #healer The show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/debbi-dachinger/message

Dare to Dream with Debbi Dachinger
LISA THOMAS: Healing Inherited Emotional DNA on Dare to Dream with Debbi Dachinger #epigenetic #heal

Dare to Dream with Debbi Dachinger

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 74:34


HIGHLIGHTS WATCH NOW:- Lisa does live calls plus healings for us ALL- What to say to change your mindset and day- Ancestral mathematics- How to activate a healingThis episode features a healer whose works with inherited emotional DNA that manifests in people as fears, sabotaging patterns, and belief systems. These can include fear of success, procrastination, fear of public speaking, anxiety, limiting money beliefs, relationship drama, business stagnation and more. My guest is Lisa Thomas who is a transformational healer, intuitive coach, and energy practitioner. She's helped thousands of people worldwide to achieve their business and life goals through her group programs, private coaching, products, and her Soul Awakening Method ™ Certification for healers. Lisa has been featured on Good Morning LaLa Land, Allie & You, Dare to Dream, Inspired Conversations, Spirit Purpose Energy, as well as stages and podcasts. Her book, Mistakes into Money, is available on Amazon. Learn More: https://LisaThomasEnergyHealing.com/DARE TO MAKE YOUR DREAMS A REALITY. Debbi Dachinger puts the ‘inspiration‘ back into podcasts in an award-winning show that is your #1 transformation conversation.Subscribe! Leave a review; we read and appreciate them all! Join me on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachingerDebbi Dachinger is a certified coach whose expertise is Visibility in Media. She coaches people to write a page turner book, takes their book to a guaranteed international bestseller, AND pulls back the curtain, so clients have the system to be interviewed on media and podcast and get massive results. Debbi shows people how to find and use media exposure to locate their tribe, fill workshops, sell books, and gain exposure. Connect with Debbi: https://DebbiDachinger.com Get your free Template to learn what YOUR unique message is for your business: https://debbidachinger.com/gift#podcast #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #medicine #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #apple #paranormal #listening #LisaThomas #lineage #epigenetics #CeelularHealing #SpiritualGrowth #Relationship #healer #businessStagnation #PublicSpeaking #money #anxiety #reltionshipProblem #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #interview #podcast #spiritual #author #healerThe show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness

Self in Society Podcast
Lisa Thomas-Smith on Moral Habits

Self in Society Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 107:22


Drawing on her dissertation work on moral habits, philosopher Lisa Thomas-Smith (now at Clemson) discusses the nature of and need for habits, methods for improving our habits, cultural influences on people's habits, recent cultural shifts for better and worse, and more.Time Stamps00 Intro1:02  What moral habits are and why we need them5:30 Cognitive limits and habits8:04 Habits of thought and of action9:33 The power and challenge of changing habits of thought11:11 The bootsrapping problem of habit change13:01 Compulsive versus goal-directed habits15.54 When to ask for help17:30 Are we more capable of self-formation that Aristotle recognized?19:51 What is character and how important is it?24:30 Praise and blame given the power of habit30:23 Being open to change36:27 Principles and habits41:54 Biology and culture47:43 Rationalist moral theories and habits53:00 How hard is it to form new habits?59:12 Changing the environment / Starting with a value1:05:35 Is our culture getting better at overcoming bigotries?1:10:31 Troubling cultural signs / Individualism and sociality1:15:45 Political corruption and distrust1:22:37 The state of academia1:29:14 Limited diversity in philosophy1:34:14 Reaching people when they're young1:41:00 Ayn Rand, rationality, and habits1:46:08 What's next / Wrap-upSupport the show (https://ariarmstrong.com/donate/)

Food Heals
347: Halloween Special: Ghosts, Curses, Angels, Psychics, and More

Food Heals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 84:29


Do you believe in ghosts? Are curses real? What about angels and how do we talk to them? Can we help a tortured spirit cross over to the other side? We answer these questions and more on our latest spooky Halloween-themed episode with all my favorite peeps like Jason Wrobel, Whitney Lauritsen, Nicole Derseweh, Lisa Thomas, Roxy Flo, Laura Powers, Suzy Hardy and Elizabeth Tripp! Enjoy and Happy Halloween, Food Heals Nation! Thank you to our sponsors!   Sovereignty  Sovereignty creates amazing supplements that will help take your workout to the next level by giving you that extra boost to get you through your workout and provide you the motivation you need to keep moving throughout the day. So, have the best day every day with Purpose Plus! Purpose Plus is their blend of CBD and CBG, and they also have 7-clinically derived ingredients with the world's best adaptogens that provide fast results. Can't sleep? Does the anxiety monster keep you up at night?Don't forget to check out their Dream Plus! Along with the CBD, CBG, and powerful adaptogens, Dream Plus helps you fall asleep and stay asleep longer and help heal your body from the inside out. Go to Sov.Live and use the coupon code foodheals and get 30% off your first purchase.    Renude Chagaccino Renude launched the Chagaccino in 2018 in Alfred Coffee shop in Los Angeles on Melrose Place, one of the trendiest coffee shops in LA where you may run into a Kardashian, Harry Styles, or even Larry David on any given day. (Alli ran into Jeremy Piven there and their doggies played!) If you drink coffee everyday, why not supercharge it in both the taste and health benefits? The Chagaccino is your coffee's new BFF with benefits! Just add one packet of the Chagaccino mix into your regular coffee or latte and transform it into an adaptogenic, superfood, mushroom-based mocha! It is delish AF, vegan, keto and has no sugar or calories!(And it's delish!) Plus it's vegan, keto, paleo friendly, gluten free, non-gmo, no artificial or natural flavors, sustainability harvested, no sugar and no junk! Visit drinkrenude.com and use the promo code FOODHEALS at checkout to get 15% off Chagaccino orders!   Timeline Nutrition One thing we don't talk about enough is keeping our mitochondria functioning optimally. Mitopure by my friends at Timeline Nutrition aims to slow aging and continuously looks for new ways to optimize cellular health. After years of research, Mitopure has launched a new class of nutrition that helps address age-associated cellular decline by revitalizing mitochondria and powering muscle cells. It comes in powder form, and you can mix it with your favorite plant-based yogurt or smoothie every morning. Check out TimelineNutrition.com and use the coupon code foodheals to get 10% off your first purchase.    Global Healing Center The mission of Global Healing is to guide you on your journey to a healthy, balanced life through cleansing, nutrition, exercise, and a happy mind. They have a global vision to create a world where everyone has the power to live healthy. Global Healing's stringent manufacturing techniques are unheard of in the supplement industry, like triple-distilling water and using cold process extraction so that heat does not disrupt the raw nutrition of herbs. They extract the raw essences from herbal ingredients in our industry-leading Raw Herbal Extract™ products. Before anything goes to production, all ingredients are tested to ensure purity and potency. The final products are also tested with industry-leading equipment by third-party organizations.  Use coupon code foodheals21 to get 20% off all your supplements at www.GlobalHealing.com Food Freedom Are you ready to end emotional eating, drop the body shame, and lose the weight for good? Then, Food Freedom is for you! In this comprehensive 3-week course you will learn: The Most Effective Healing Tools For Your Emotional Healing Toolbox The EXACT Step-By-Step Process For When Diet & Exercise Don't Work A Process For Identifying, Shifting & Changing your Core MisBeliefs Around Your Body How to Integrate Trust, Ease and Self-Love into Your Daily Practice How to Stop Over-eating, Stress-eating and Emotional Eating for Good The Exact Healing Meditations, Tools and Processes I USED to LOVE MYSELF and LOVE MY BODY! From now until Dec. 31st, 2021, you can get Food Freedom for 70% off! Go to DropTheFoodShame.com and get the tips, tools, strategies, and practices to finally find food freedom.  

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
Film Columbia 2021 with Lisa Thomas's short 'Candy Store

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 9:13


Lisa Thomas of Thin Edge Films meets HMM's Andrea Cunliffe outside the Crandell Theatre in Chatham NY for the opening of the 21st Film Columbia film festival. Lisa's award winning film "Candy Store, Candy Store" begins the festival with her music video. The Festival coordinatorCalliope Nicholas joins the conversation about the 40 world class international and independent films being presented over a 10 day period. From October 22 to the 31st for more information www.filmcolombia.org

Responding to Life: Talking Health, Fertility and Parenthood

On today's episode, I am joined by Lisa Thomas. Lisa is a sought-after Epigenetics expert, speaker, author, and transformational leader who contributes to society by facilitating accelerated healing. Lisa achieves this within her small group programs, Infinite Opulence - Healing Activation products, and her Soul Awakening (™) Certification for healers. She lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband and family. In today's episode, we will discuss:  How to heal from trauma, loss and grief Forgiveness of self and others https://lisathomasenergyhealing.com/

Kentucky Fried Homicide
Gary Heidnik and his Pit of Torture.

Kentucky Fried Homicide

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 61:33


Josefina Rivera, Sandra Lindsay, Lisa Thomas, Deborah Dudley, Jacqueline Askins, and Agnes Adams. These were the women who were tortured and raped by a man so sinister, that he partially inspired one of the most well-known fictional serial killers of all time, Buffalo Bill. This is the story of Gary Heidnik, and his Pit of Torture.Join our Facebook Group: Kentucky Fried Cousins (Cause we're all family here!)For additional show notes, go to: kentuckyfriedhomicide.comRead Kris Calvert's Books Today for Free If you're a Kentucky Fried Homicide subscriber, you can start Kris Calvert's books for free.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/kyfriedhomicide)

Just Follow Joy
Clearing inherited blocks with Lisa Thomas

Just Follow Joy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 49:15


Did you know that a lot of your recurring issues, fears, or blocks might not even be “yours” to begin with? In this episode, we talk to Lisa Thomas, transformational leader, intuitive, and Master Energy Healer. Lisa specializes in releasing inherited emotional DNA, such as fear of success, fear of failure, anxiety, procrastination, false money beliefs, and business stagnation… to help people reach their next level of success in business and performance. She explains how to identify + release our blocks -- and how to uplevel our lives + hit our goals as a result. THE GOODS What energy blocks are + why we have them How our blocks show up for us, including in our businesses Your subconscious vs. your inherited “stuff”: working with/healing both Some of the most common blocks - in money, success + love - and what they mean How to know if you have an inherited block/ pattern A really *surprising* block that many of us have. I have it, too! One INCREDIBLE ~Hollywood~ success story of ancestral healing  Steps you can take today to start releasing your blocks! And soooooo much more   RESOURCES:   CONNECT WITH LISA!   WEBSITE LISA'S ACTIVATIONS/MEDITATIONS (MONEY, RELATIONSHIPS, SUCCESS + MORE) MISTAKES INTO MONEY (LISA'S BOOK) INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK ---   GET A 1:1 READING: https://www.justfollowjoy.com/index.php/human-design-readings-2/    GET YOUR FREE ENERGY TYPE MINI GUIDE: https://mailchi.mp/justfollowjoy/energy-type-mini-guide-signup-page    CHECK OUT HUMAN DESIGN 101 (ALSO FREE): https://www.justfollowjoy.com/index.php/brand-new-start-here/    [SONG CREDIT: SCOTT HOLMES]

Forty AF.  Honest conversations about showing up as a 40 something in a filtered world
40 AF. Sex and aging. Reconnection and intimacy in our forties.

Forty AF. Honest conversations about showing up as a 40 something in a filtered world

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 30:31


What happens to our sex lives as we hit the big 4 0?  Join guest,LISA THOMAS, LCSW, LMFT, DAACS, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Clinical Sex Therapist, and Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  Lisa specializes in relationship and sexual issues and provides innovative solutions to individuals and couples who are stuck in old patterns and crave passion and change.   For more information about Lisa Thomas, https://onlinecouch.com.  

Voices of The Goddess
Episode 50: Lisa Thomas El, The Goddess of Love

Voices of The Goddess

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 28:21


Move into a 'meta' conversation of deep unconditional love and understanding, discussing presence and knowing there is no one way of seeing things with goddesses Julietta and Allyson featuring guest, Lisa Thomas El! She is The Goddess of Love, the Lite Creationz podcast hostess, a licensed therapist, and co-author of Destiny in the Wind.Lisa's most influential book(s): Radical Forgiveness: A Revolutionary Five-Stage Process to Heal Relationships, Let Go of Anger and Blame, and Find Peace in Any Situation by Colin Tipping, and The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel RuizLisa's Website: https://open.spotify.com/show/4DfwPcVxFjVf0wJ3yxTsnt?si=BCsSDpKZSTCUqvOjwpJDtA&dl_branch=1 Lisa on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisa.el.351/about Mentioned in the show: Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1 by Neale Donald Walsch, and You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay#mindset #inspiration #mindfulness #selflove #personaldevelopment #selfcare #love #mentalhealth #success #meditation #personalgrowth #lifecoachforwomen #happiness #lifecoaches #leadership #lifecoachinghappiness #goals #loveyourself #healing #selfdevelopmentSubscribe To and Watch The Voices of The Goddess with Julietta Wenzel and Allyson Mancini on Youtube HERE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJkusUQRFjoRa0oDQpCLAbA/videos Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Voices-of-the-Goddess-356165865475415Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/voicesofthegoddess/ Voices of The Goddess with Julietta the Magical PT and Allyson the Holistic Nutritionist is a show that  supports modern day goddesses in developing their super powers and acquiring the tools they need to achieve all their desires. Join us each week as we interview amazing women in the community who share their insights and how they use their tools to make their dreams a reality. Allyson, a Michigander, moved to South Florida in 1993 with her fiancé, Nick. Married for 27 years with two children, Nicholas 24 and Lexi  21.  A SAHM for 24 years and now an empty nester, she has found her true passion as a Holistic Nutritionist. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthylifestyleinandoutInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/allysonkmancini/?hl=en Julietta grew up in Wisconsin and graduated with a Physical Therapy degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Working in many different settings before deciding the need to open her own clinic to provide the level of care her clients deserve.  When not busy treating patients or teaching Voila Method in the US and internationally, she is making healing crystal art and jewelry, creating spiritual/healing paintings, or planning underground dining experiences. A contributing author in the best-selling book UNSTOPPABLE: Leverage Life Setbacks To Rebuild Resilience For Success. Her experience is that the language of love, kindness and compassion is understood everywhere.https://bodyandsoul-pt.com/   http://julietta.love/ https://soulcandycrystals.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TheMagicalPThttps://www.facebook.com/soulcandybyjuliettahttps://www.facebook.com/Juliettalove-108449684234840https://www.instagram.com/themagicalpt/https://www.instagram.com/soul_candy_/https://www.instagram.com/juliettadotlove/

Limit Free Life with Michelle Perkins
Healing Limiting Money Beliefs with Lisa Thomas

Limit Free Life with Michelle Perkins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 44:26


Lisa Thomas is a sought after energy healer, having helped thousands of people worldwide achieve their business and life goals by releasing inherited emotional DNA, such as fear of success, fear of failure, anxiety, procrastination, fear of public speaking, limiting money beliefs, relationship drama, and business stagnation. Listening to Lisa is transformative and will have you thinking differently about where your challenges come from and how to release them or move past them to the future you desire.Ways to work with Lisa: Attract More Money, Results and Success with Zero ResistanceCLEAR DNA - The Monthly LIVE DNA Energy Activation Program To Transform Your Epigenetics CLICK HERE Turn Your Worst Mistakes Into Your Greatest OpportunityMistakes Into Money Book today HERE. Breakthrough To Abundance In All Areas of Your LifeAwaken the success energy lying dormant in your DNA with the power of Infinite Opulence HERE. Join The FREE Facebook GroupJoin The Releasing Inherited Emotional DNA Facebook Group if you want more out of life and step into the future free from the past. JOIN HERE

Key Exchanges in the 901
Lisa Thomas & Adam Fisher - Episode 44

Key Exchanges in the 901

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 63:37


Episode 44 of the show features conversations with two amazing realtors that have some of the more eclectic paths to real estate. Our featured partners this week are Community Mortgage and Renshaw Company. Lisa Thomas with BEST Real Estate Company worked as an interior designer, make-up artist, tax consultant, and probably every other job before beginning her 16-year career in real estate. Each of the steps she took along the way shaped her into a phenomenal agent with a wealth of knowledge and I was incredibly grateful to sit down with her on the show.  Adam Fisher with My Town Properties is an agent has consistently been pushed to innovate when his initial strategy didn't go according to plan. While he has a great number of traditional buyers and sellers that he works with, one of the niches he found himself working in is centered around homes that may need a little bit of love and helping coordinate that construction process either for investors, his own investment portfolio, or for his clients who will ultimately live in the property.  Our first featured partner is Community Mortgage. Help your clients get a $100 Visa gift card by getting an Apples to Apples loan estimate from one of the mortgage pros at Community. To help your buyers have that extra spending money after closing, have them email ApplesToApples@CommunityMTG.com or call their office at 901-759-4400 and request an Apples to Apples comparison of their loan estimate from another lender.  Renshaw Company, formerly known as Renshaw Property Management, Renshaw Company Realtors has been serving the property management needs of real estate investors in the mid-south for over a decade as they managed nearly 1000 homes today. They also have a Referral Program for Realtors who send them property investors who are looking for a great property management partner. To find out more about this program and how Renshaw can help you, call Caleb Parr directly at 901-484-0478 or visit their website at www.renshawcompany.com.  To connect with Lisa, you can call her cell directly at 901-679-2984 or email her at lisa@lisathomas.net To connect with Adam Fisher, you can call his cell at 901-337-FISH or email him at adam.fisher@mytownproperties.com  If you need to connect with the show or reach Dane for any of your home insurance needs, you can email me at dwilliams@shoemakerins.com . 

Killer Stories
Ep. 45- Gary Heidnik

Killer Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 29:09


This week I'm covering the story of Gary Heidnik. In the mid to late 80's, he kidnapped, tortured and raped 6 women that he kept locked away in his basement. Victims: Josephina Rivera, Sandra Lindsey, Lisa Thomas, Deborah Dudley, Jacqueline Askins, Agnes Adams.https://linktr.ee/KillerStoriessources:https://murderpedia.org/male.H/h1/heidnik-gary.htmhttps://www.phillymag.com/news/2007/07/23/inside-the-house-of-heidnik/https://www.oxygen.com/monster-preacher/crime-news/monster-preacher-where-are-gary-heidniks-victims-todayhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_M._Heidnikhttps://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/gary-heidnik-attorney-house-of-horrors-buffalo-bill-true-crime-dochttps://criminalminds.fandom.com/wiki/Serial_Killerhttps://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/schizophrenia/

BalancingUs
Strong Partners, Different Mindsets With Steve And Lisa Thomas

BalancingUs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 41:37


In a relationship between a man and a woman, no one is more important than the other. They just have different mindsets, capabilities, and approaches to things. Matt Kelly's guests today are Steve Thomas and Lisa Thomas. Steve is a physical therapist while Lisa is an expert at epigenetics. Steve is into hardcore science, while Lisa leans heavily into the emotional side of the human experience. When they have opposing views, how do they support each other? In this episode, Steve and Lisa share how they grow stronger as partners amidst their struggles. Want to strengthen your bond despite having different mindsets? Then this episode is for you. Dive in! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! http://www.balancingus.com/

Gooder
Kate Flynn - Compostable Packaging Is HOT

Gooder

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 49:42


“Meeting the needs of the consumer and meeting the needs of the environment sometimes is tricky.” – Kate Flynn This week on the Gooder Podcast, I had the pleasure of talking with Kate Flynn, the founder and CEO of Sun & Swell Foods. We discuss the history of Sun & Swell Foods – one of the first food and snacking brands leading the way in the use of composable packaging. We also learn about the evolvement of sustainable packaging and Kate’s leadership in driving this hot topic. Along the way, we learn the amazing journey of a passionate leader in creating a more inclusive, accessible and affordable real food products for all consumers. Fast becoming the leader and go to source for  In this episode we learn: About the history and inspiration of Sun & Swell Foods. Sun & Swell’s brand transition from a traditional CPG brand to a direct-to-consumer brand. Kate’s journey from being a consultant in a firm focused on retail and consumer products to having a CPG brand herself. The evolvement of compostable packaging technology.  How to create accessibility, affordability for mainstream consumers in the healthy food category. The advice she finds herself consistently giving entrepreneurs who have family members or loved ones as their business partners. About Kate Flynn: In 2017, Kate Flynn, and her husband and co-founder, Bryan Flynn, launched their natural food company, Sun & Swell Foods. Their mission is to make healthy and sustainable eating more accessible with their collection of sustainably-packaged, organic, plant-based pantry staples and snacks. Sun & Swell is the first food company in the US to offer a wide array of healthy foods in compostable, plastic-free packaging. With a background in business economics and nutrition and a penchant for creating her own healthy snacks, Kate brings a unique set of skills to Sun & Swell Foods.  Early on, she pursued her academic career at UC Santa Barbara and graduated with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School. Kate’s professional career included a consulting role as a brand strategist in the retail and consumer products space, where she focused on brand and growth strategy for various leading CPG brands. After spending nearly ten years in the consumer products world, she was looking to do something more purposeful and fulfilling that would positively impact the world. In 2017, Kate took a leap of faith to follow her real passion for health and wellness to start Sun & Swell Foods with Bryan.  Leading up to this, Kate had switched to a more natural lifestyle, including eating only ‘whole foods.’ She realized that eating a whole food diet made her feel better, both physically and mentally, and realized that she wanted to keep eating this way. However, when she looked around for packaged foods to accommodate this new way of eating, she realized there were no options available. Most packaged foods are made with artificial ingredients and loaded with added sugars, preservatives, and flavors. This realization sparked an idea, and Sun & Swell Foods was born. When sourcing ingredients, Kate and her team buy organic ingredients as close to the source and farm as possible, seeking out small family farms. Sun & Swell is a Certified B-Corporation and a member of 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of the revenue to environmental non-profits addressing two areas the founders are deeply passionate about: regenerative farming and ocean health.  When not running the company’s day-to-day, Kate loves frequenting Santa Barbara’s local farmers’ markets and beaches and spending time with her husband and newborn daughter, Leila. Kate is also a Certified Culinary Nutrition Expert. Guests Social Media Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-flynn-15187726/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kateflynn1/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sunandswellfoods/ Website: https://sunandswellfoods.com/ Show Resources: Certified B Corporations are a new kind of business that balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community and the environment. This is a community of leaders, driving a global movement of people using business as a force for good. Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EarthDay.org including 1 billion people in more than 193 countries. Kurt Salmon was a global management and strategy consulting firm formed by the merger of Ineum Consulting and Kurt Salmon Associates in January 2011. Accenture plc is an Irish-domiciled multinational company that provides consulting and processing services. A Fortune Global 500 company, it reported revenues of $44.33 billion in 2020 and had 537,000 employees. In 2015, the company had about 150,000 employees in India, 48,000 in the US, and 50,000 in the Philippines. Clif Bar & Company is an American company that produces energy foods and drinks. The company's flagship product, CLIF Bar, was created by Gary Erickson and Lisa Thomas. The company is based in Emeryville, California, and is privately held. Trader Joe's is a German-owned chain of grocery stores in the United States headquartered in Monrovia, California. By 2015, it was a competitor in "fresh format" grocery stores in the United States. By November 2019, Trader Joe's had over 503 stores nationwide in 42 states and Washington, D.C. For over 50 years, ECOS’ mission has been to protect the health & wellness of people, pets, & the planet with sustainable & affordable cleaning products. Walmart Inc. is an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores from the United States, headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. Costco Wholesale Corporation is an American multinational corporation which operates a chain of membership-only big-box retail stores. As of 2020, Costco was the fifth largest retailer in the world and the world's largest retailer of choice and prime beef, organic foods, rotisserie chicken, and wine as of 2016. The Kroger Company, or simply Kroger, is an American retail company founded by Bernard Kroger in 1883 in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the United States' largest supermarket by revenue, and the second-largest general retailer. The United States Food and Drug Administration is a federal agency of the Department of Health and Human Services. In 2009, Tory Burch launched the Tory Burch Foundation to advance women's empowerment and entrepreneurship in the United States by providing access to capital, education and digital resources, as well as a Fellowship program. Tea Drops are organic whole leaf tea shaped into fun drops that melt into finely ground plant fibre. Peloton Interactive, Inc. is an American exercise equipment and media company based in New York City. It was founded in 2012 by John Foley and launched with help from a Kickstarter funding campaign in 2013. Episode Sponsor - Retail Voodoo: A creative marketing firm specializing in growing, fixing and reinventing brands in the food, beverage, wellness and fitness industry. If your natural brand is in need of positioning, package design or marketing activation, we’re here to help. You can find more information at www.retail-voodoo.com Key Takeaways: 0:00 Intro 3:47 Kate shares a little bit of history about her brand Sun and Swell Foods, what’s it’s all about and why it exists  6:00 Kate talks about her experience in transitioning from being a consultant in a firm focused on retail and consumer products to having a CPG brand herself  10:50 Kate talks about the process f how her brand is evolving from a traditional CPG brand to a DTC type of thing and the impact this has  14:10 Kate also talks about where she is in the process to have a Whole Foods kind of standard of product ingredients which is accessible and affordable 18:07 Kate also talks about the process that they use so that they can be able to lower their prices for their products so as to make them accessible to all people   20:00 Kate talks about the importance of understanding what the goal of your business is before making any huge decisions on what you want to lead with  21:54 Kate also advices other businesses owners the importance of picking the niche that they want to be known for and being really good at it 24:31Kate talks about why as a brand you need to know what you are leading with and how you are messaging that to your consumers  26:49 Kate talks about her leadership in the waste reduction, compostable packaging alternatives, how it starting to show up in the market and the impact it has and how she’s advising others  32:05 Kate talks about compostable packaging and if it would work on products that have a long shelf life of even up to four years  35:09 Kate talks about her experience in having her husband as a business partner and how they are managing their business and personal lives  38:01Kate shares her advice to entrepreneurs who have family members as their business partners on how they can manage everything and be successful  39:57 Kate talks about the importance of finding a reason to have a break from work for a few hours so as to avoid burnouts  41:07 Kate talks about the importance of having a mentor and also mentoring others behind you and why you should be in a network full of all kind of entrepreneurs  43:33 Kate shares what she feels is an amazing fact about their industry that most people didn’t know and would be amazed to know  44:55 Kate talks about other women leaders that she admires and would love to elevate in this podcast  46:11 Kate talks about the brands and trends that she has her eyes on and why  47:02 Kate shares some tips that she uses to keep herself sane and centered these days   

St.GEORG - der Pferde-Podcast
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St.GEORG - der Pferde-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 44:11


Lisa und Thomas Müller leben fernab der Fußballstadien und des FC Bayern ihren Traum vom Leben mit Pferden. Lisa als Dressurreiterin, Thomas als Pferdezüchter. Im Podcast haben sie St.GEORG Chefredakteur Jan Tönjes verraten, wie es ist, wenn das Traumpferd in Dänemark gefunden ist und der Ehemann gerade in südlichen Gefilden Fußball spielen muss. Außerdem erzählt Lisa Müller von ihrem Training mit Isabell Werth und Thomas Müller, der für den Samenversand auf Gut Wettlkam verantwortlich ist, über sein Leben als Hengsthalter und die vielen Gedanken, sie sich ein Pferdezüchter macht, der einen Traum hat: Paradiesisch wäre es, wenn es ihm gelänge, ein Pferd zu züchten, mit dem Lisa im internationalen Sport Erfolge feiern kann. Ein tolles Paar!

Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast. Travel Adventures, Bike Tech Tips
The Realities of Motorcycle Life - Simon and Lisa Thomas

Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast. Travel Adventures, Bike Tech Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 127:46


Simon and Lisa Thomas have been a source of motivation for many motorcyclists and their years of knowledge and experience speak volumes, whether it’s about making connections, different cultures, border crossings or cooking a great meal. On this episode, a deeper conversation about finances, risk, insurance, changed perspectives and more. More motorcycle travel episodes available on Adventure Rider Radio at adventureriderradio.com.  Want to help out? Subscribe, rate and review us on iTunes or on your favourite podcast app, tell your family, friends, riding buddies or club about ARR. Adventure Rider Radio is a listener supported show and we'd love to get your help. Please check us out on Patreon. Have a comment? Go to the episode show notes on our website and have your say at the bottom of the page. Thanks for listening!

ACB Events
20200620 040 CCB Saturday Afternoon Session.

ACB Events

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 188:45


Session 4, Saturday June 20, 1 PM to 4 PM 1 PM Call to order and announcements, Judy Wilkinson, CCB President, presiding. 1:05 PM Launch of the CCB's OntheMuV partnership: Patrick Netter OntheMuV CEO and Steve Bauer, CCB Board member. 1:20 PM Reading and Approval of the 2019 Conference and Convention Minutes, Linda Porelle, CCB Secretary. 1:30 PM Treasurer's Report, Lisa Thomas, CCB Treasurer. 1:35 PM Second Reading of, and Voting on, Bylaws Amendments, Sarah Harris and David Jackson, Co-Chairs, CCB Bylaws Committee. 2:15 PM Resolutions, Sarah Harris and Jeff Thom, Co-Chairs, CCB Resolutions Committee. 3 PM Virtual Awards Banquet, Larry Gassman, Master of Ceremonies. Get yourself a mid-afternoon snack and be prepared for the presentation of CCB awards. Scholarship Awards, Christy Crespin, CCB Chair, Scholarship Committee; Membership Committee Awards, Guillermo Robles, CCB Chair, Membership Committee; Publications Awards, Linda Porelle, CCB Chair, Publications Committee; CCB Awards, Charlene Ornelas, CCB Chair, Awards Committee. 4 PM Adjournment.

ABR Garage: Adventure Bike Rider podcast
ABR Garage Ep 1: The World's Longest Shortcut

ABR Garage: Adventure Bike Rider podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021 54:48


Have you ever wanted to ride the World's Longest Shortcut? James catches up with global adventure bikers Simon and Lisa Thomas (aka 2 Ride The World) to discover what it takes to ride the Outback Highway through the remote and wild heart of Australia. You can read the full story in issue 61 of Adventure Bike Rider magazine which you can get from www.adventurebikerider.com.

Wild Society: True Crime Podcast

Welcome to the 15th episode of Wild Society!This week’s murder case covers Josefina Rivera, Sandra Lindsay, Lisa Thomas, Deborah Dudley, Jacqueline Askins and Agnes Adams - all of whom were abducted, tortured, and raped by Gary Heidnik. Some of these women would never make it out of Gary’s basement alive, but Josefina was able to bring the others to freedom from one of the most sinister men we’ve ever heard about.In part two of this episode we learn about how in mid-century America, the Florida Panhandle made up two-thirds of the country’s total loss-of-limb accident claims. Vernon, Florida, was the epicenter. Claims included farming accidents, garage mishaps, hunting incidents and more. Some of the accidents were so brutal that the claims break the million-dollar mark in today’s money. When an insurance investigator arrives, he makes a stunning discovery that would cement a new nickname for Vernon: Nub City.Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcastersSee all of our episodes hereSend us story ideas, or personal stories hereCheck out our merch hereGary Heidnik Sources:Cellar Girl by Josefina RiveraJosefina Rivera Interview with Kinetoscope Productions WikipediaWikipediaOxygenVernon, Florida Sources:All That’s InterestingMental FlossThe New York TimesWikipediaOZYStarcasm

Essenta Insights
Episode 16 - Virgin Group’ Insights Into Purpose – How To Truly Embed Purpose Into Your Business with Lisa Thomas

Essenta Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 21:26


This week we continue the subject of purpose – at Virgin, Richard Branson’s founding philosophy has always been ‘Happy people make happy customers, who make happy shareholders’.Being purpose led is fast becoming a strategic imperative rather than a choice. People and consumers expect businesses to lead the way in creating a more social conscious environment, one that aims to create a more sustainable world.Based on this we have invited Lisa Thomas, former CMO at Virgin Group, as Virgin Group is a global pioneer in purpose and Lisa was working directly in Richard Branson’s senior leadership team. In this episode, she will share how they think about purpose at Virgin, what it means to them, why it is important, as well as some tips around what it is and importantly what it is not. Lisa also discusses some learnings from their experience of developing and embedding their purpose across the Virgin Group. What does it mean for leadership requirements? How to engage your people and how to ultimately let purpose become a North Star across the business to impact innovation and strategic decisions. We hope you enjoy this session and we look forward to your feedback.Please do rate, review and subscribe and email any questions to podcast@essentaparnters.com

Vegetable Soup
Episode 8 - Thrupple

Vegetable Soup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2020 60:46


Friends of the show Joseph Rogers,Lisa Thomas and Jennifer Gladen return to the show to do some deep relationship talk. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vegsoup/support

The Craig Silverman Show
Episode 18 - Tricks.Treats.

The Craig Silverman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 131:25


Tricks. Treats. Halloween show opens with a sad disappearance. GERARD RUDOFSKY created one of the best Jewish delis in America. For many decades, Zaidy's has thrived as a tremendous Denver dining destination. No more. Sad. But Gerard remembers the great times. Find out what happened.   After deli discussions, let's talk sex with esteemed Denver sex and couples' therapist, LISA THOMAS. www.onlinecouch.com Read her work in Psychology Today. Wait till you hear the Halloween discussion between her and the host who reveals too much. Lisa is an engaging and knowledgeable shrink.   Next, enjoy some marijuana talk in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge. Famed Denver lawyer CHRISTIAN SEDERBERG founded one of the world's top pot law firms. This Regis High and CU Law grad heads up Cannabis Trade Federation and was at forefront of Colorado's MJ legalization. We get political.   In honor of my CLL guest, Troubadour DAVE GUNDERS has the perfect song, Don't Give Me No Vape. We talk Halloweens past when Dave and his band, The Mighty Twisters, played gigs in Boulder. Craig and Dave dream of post-pandemic normalcy and a Trump repudiation. Sat morn 9 a.m.   Breakdown- Gerard Rudofsky - 00:03:28 Lisa Thomas - 00:38:59 Christian Sederberg in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge - 01:13:24 Dave Gunders - 01:59:23

Numerology Catalyst
EP10 Lisa Thomas: Energy Healer

Numerology Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 22:14


What if the struggles you’ve endured were not your fault? What if you could increase revenue by releasing inherited patterns of fears of success, money struggles and limiting beliefs? Lisa Thomas joins me as we discover how your inherited patterns can block your success and ways you can release them.

PE Talks Africa
AVCA 2020 Focus Series - Venture Capital in Africa: What has Changed with COVID-19

PE Talks Africa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2020 46:02


AVCA 2020 Focus Series - Venture Capital in Africa: What has Changed with COVID-19 Speakers: Wale Ayeni, Head of Africa Venture Capital Investing at IFC; Khaled Ben Jilani, Senior Partner at AfricInvest; Maurizio Caio, Founder & Managing Partner at TLcom Capital; Nnena Nkongho, Principal at DiGAME; Lisa Thomas, Founder & Managing Director at Samata Capital; Moderator: Christophe Viarnaud, Chief Executive Officer at AfricArena

Vegetable Soup
Episode 2 - The Gangs All Here

Vegetable Soup

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2020 60:33


In this episode, we have local Puget sound comedians Joseph Rogers, Lisa Thomas, And Jenifer Glad. We talk about hecklers and how to deal with them. We also talk about juggle comic and family life. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vegsoup/support

Connecticrats: The CT Dems Podcast
#4: Denise Merrill and Lisa Thomas

Connecticrats: The CT Dems Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2020 39:01


What's that in your mailbox? It's an Absentee Ballot application! Listen as Secretary of the State Denise Merrill discusses sending out 2.1 million applications this year, helping CT vote safely by mail, staffing polling locations, and defending your vote against foreign interference. Senate candidate Lisa Thomas talks about what it takes to REALLY represent eastern CT and hitting it out of the park.

Pushing The Limits
Episode 163: The future of health is personalised - getting a user manual for your own genes

Pushing The Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 41:24


Wouldn't it be great if your body came with a user manual?   Which foods should you eat, and which ones should you avoid?   When, and how often should you be eating?   What type of exercise does your body respond best to, and when is it best to exercise?   Discover the social interactions that will energize you and uncover your natural gifts and talents.   These are just some of the questions you'll uncover the answers to in the Epigenetics Testing Program along with many others.   There's a good reason why epigenetics is being hailed as the "future of personalised health", as it unlocks the user manual you'll wish you'd been born with! No more guesswork. The program, developed by an international team of independent doctors, researchers, and technology programmers for over 15 years, uses a powerful epigenetics analysis platform informed by 100% evidenced-based medical research. The platform uses over 500 algorithms and 10,000 data points per user, to analyze body measurement and lifestyle stress data, that can all be captured from the comfort of your own home.   In this episode Lisa and Neil discuss how they use the program to help people optimise their health, performance and well-being. For more information on the epigenetics health program visit https://www.lisatamati.com/page/epigenetics-and-health-coaching/ or to join Lisa and Neil on their next live epigenetics webinar register at https://epigenetics.lisatamati.com/   We would like to thank our sponsors for this show:   For more information on Lisa Tamati's programs, books and documentaries please visit www.lisatamati.com   For Lisa's online run training coaching go to https://www.lisatamati.com/pag... Join hundreds of athletes from all over the world and all levels smashing their running goals while staying healthy in mind and body.   Lisa's Epigenetics Testing Program https://www.lisatamati.com/pag... measurement and lifestyle stress data, that can all be captured from the comfort of your own home   For Lisa's Mental Toughness online course visit: https://www.lisatamati.com/pag...   Lisa's third book has just been released. It's titled "Relentless - How A Mother And Daughter Defied The Odds" Visit: https://relentlessbook.lisatam... for more Information   ABOUT THE BOOK: When extreme endurance athlete, Lisa Tamati, was confronted with the hardest challenge of her life, she fought with everything she had. Her beloved mother, Isobel, had suffered a huge aneurysm and stroke and was left with massive brain damage; she was like a baby in a woman's body. The prognosis was dire. There was very little hope that she would ever have any quality of life again. But Lisa is a fighter and stubborn. She absolutely refused to accept the words of the medical fraternity and instead decided that she was going to get her mother back or die trying. This book tells of the horrors, despair, hope, love, and incredible experiences and insights of that journey. It shares the difficulties of going against a medical system that has major problems and limitations. Amongst the darkest times were moments of great laughter and joy. Relentless will not only take the reader on a journey from despair to hope and joy, but it also provides information on the treatments used, expert advice and key principles to overcoming obstacles and winning in all of life's challenges. It will inspire and guide anyone who wants to achieve their goals in life, overcome massive obstacles or limiting beliefs. It's for those who are facing terrible odds, for those who can't see light at the end of the tunnel. It's about courage, self-belief, and mental toughness. And it's also about vulnerability... it's real, raw, and genuine. This is not just a story about the love and dedication between a mother and a daughter. It is about beating the odds, never giving up hope, doing whatever it takes, and what it means to go 'all in'. Isobel's miraculous recovery is a true tale of what can be accomplished when love is the motivating factor and when being relentless is the only option.   We are happy to announce that Pushing The Limits rated as one of the top 200 podcast shows globally for Health and fitness.  **If you like this week's podcast, we would love you to give us a rating and review if you could. That really, really helps to show get more exposure on iTunes**   Transcript of the Podcast:   Speaker 1: (00:01) Welcome to pushing the limits. The show that helps you reach your full potential with your host. Lisa Thomas brought to you by Lisa Tamati.com. Well, hi everyone. And welcome back to pushing the limits. Fantastic to have you with me again and today I have my best buddy, Neil Wagstaff, new, how you doing? How are you? Very good now. And for those who don't know us, Neil is my business partner and running hot coaching. And, uh, he's also been my coach for God knows way too long, cause we're way too old now new way and have a huge history. And he's been on this podcast a number of times and we have shared, uh, many different, uh, aspects of what we do and some of their expertise. Um, certainly Neil has a huge background as an exercise physiologist and a coach, and pretty much you name it, he's done it in the fitness industry. Speaker 1: (00:54) Um, and today's topic is going to be all around all about something called epigenetics, very big word. And you probably go, what the hell is that? Well, you would have heard of DNA and how we all have different DNA that we've inherited from our mom and dad. And you might have heard of gene testing and how important this can be. And we've done a few episodes here on the podcast recently with dr. Mentor Muhammad, which was very fascinating looking at specific genes and what that means for you. But today's one is about epigenetics. So epi means above genes. So this is what influences your genes. So you're born with a code from mum and dad. You inherited genes from mom and dad. And from this, this is like your blueprint. So if you think of this about like an architect, who's done the blueprints for your house, your jeans, or your blueprints, and you build a build your house. And it's what the builder does that actually influences your genes. If you like. So this is your environment, what you eat, what you sleep. We knew how much exercise you do. Uh, what toxins you're exposed to. All of these things are actually going to affect your genes and what expresses and what doesn't. So we're going to talk you through a program that we use at running hot coaching, and we've had fantastic success with it. What it's all about and explain a little bit. So Neil, we do want to start with us Speaker 2: (02:22) As a, that's a good question. A big question. Well, a good place to start is when we were, we were personally as athlete in and, and coach, um, feeling confused as to some of the results that we were getting your training. And then as we applied the training to our, so our members that running vocation as well, wondering why we're getting different results. Um, so from a sport point of view, we started raising some pretty significant questions as why some people getting results, others weren't on exactly the same program. Um, was it down to effort or was it down to motivation or was it down to the environment they were training and how their genes were expressing? Um, so how we got to where we, where we got with it and also, which I'll get you to, to probably explain as well Lisa's we were asking more and more questions, especially when, um, around your mom's health as well. We started asking a lot of personal questions about around health questions, about, um, our family's health and then those we're working with and coaching and the same with the RJ moment have a lot more, which is why are people not getting the results that they could be and should be, and what's stopping that happening. Yeah. Speaker 1: (03:27) So it's, it's looking at, you know, um, before jeans came on the site and the science of epigenetics and DNA testing and so on, it was a one size fits all program. We were all taught. And when you studied, certainly you knew with your exercise science background, you studied stuff. If you do this, you create that adaptation. Then your body should get stronger or, or lose weight or do things, you know, calories in calories out, uh, strength training causes us response in the body and so on, but it was all a one size fits all approach. And that was all we had to go on. And then you'd have these people who got fantastic results just after the, you know, as the book says it should happen. And then you would get people who dieting for forever, uh, exercising for Africa. And this is something that I experienced as well and not getting the results that they deserved and getting very, very frustrated and wondering why the guy next door, who's eating fish and chips every night and drinking beer has got a six pack and I slugging my guts out and I'm, I'm not getting anywhere. Speaker 1: (04:32) And so this is what seemed to us into this direction. And then when my mum had her aneurysm, um, we really wanted to tailor rehabilitation plan to her genes. And we came across this program, which has really been a game changer for us in what we do as a business and in our personal lives. And it's certainly changed the trajectory of my health and Neil's as well. And we were, we were fit and strong and, and, and generally what you'd call healthy anyway, but this for us was a game changer. Wasn't it? Neil? Um, Speaker 2: (05:08) I think the aha moment for us as a, as, as I was thinking about it before we started chatting today was really understanding that 95% of how our genes express themselves is really controlled by our lifestyle and environment. So that for me, was like, ah, alright, now that really means that we, as in us individually and all the people we work with and our families are really in the driving seat, it's a bit being able to control their control, their health and how their genes, the genes express themselves. So once you realize that, and as you said in the introduction with epi, the epigenetics being outside or above, so it's the things outside and above that will affect how your genes express themselves. If we can take control of that, which we started to do, and then starting to see the results by taking control of that, all of a sudden it's like, wow, this is pretty cool. Speaker 2: (05:54) The other real significant thing was what I needed to do to get my genes expressing a certain way was very different from what you needed to do, and probably different from what your mum needed to do. And very different with the hundreds of people that were taken through the program with what they need to do. So it really did nail down for us that the, this, everything should be truly personalized. It's definitely the way health and fitness is going. It's definitely the way that medicine is going nutrition. If you are not getting a personalized approach to you or medical care to your health and fitness, do nutrition and dietary advice, then you're not getting good advice. It needs to be personalized and tailored to tailor to you. So they were definitely the aha moment so that we are now in control of what we're doing and how we're doing it. Speaker 1: (06:39) Yeah. So this has been an, it sort of give you an example from my life. So obviously being an ultra marathon runner doing absolutely stupid long distances. And I remember this sort of came home to me when I ran through New Zealand a few years back and I was running 500 kilometers away, like absolutely ridiculous amount of running, right. You know, not normal, not healthy, not recommended. Um, you know, I was putting on weight and I was like, what the hell is going on here? I was burning muscle and I was putting on fat. Um, so that was for me, like, you know, like for goodness sake, what do I have to do to get lean and, and have, um, a strong, healthy body. This obviously isn't doing it. And it was because I was sending my body into a state of panic and stress. The stress response in the body was holding on to everything. Speaker 1: (07:31) And when we looked at my jeans and I went through this program, it actually said that I would match better suited to the shorter shopper high intensity workouts. And combining that with a lot of things like yoga and Pilates to calm my, my nervous system down because I have a body that runs a lot on adrenaline. Uh, and therefore I need to calm it down. So I needed that sort of yin and yang type of training yoga on the one hand and Plavix. And on the other hand, high intensity and actually doing the super long distance slow stuff for hours on end was not optimal for my body. And when I changed that and started to do, uh, more CrossFit style workouts, more circuit training, more high intensity with medium weights for my body type, not heavy, heavy weights, then I got massive results. Uh, and this was on the quarter or at least an a quarter of what I had been doing previously. And that was like, you've got to be coming up to speak 20 years, throw it at the wrong way. And it doesn't mean that I cannot ever do an ultra marathon. It just means that if I am training for an ultra marathon, I need to approach it differently. And I also not a need to not do it back to back because that really isn't healthy. And that's what I was having a lot of, um, problems with as that, especially as I got older. Um, yeah, so let's Speaker 2: (08:48) Key thing as well as well. It's just, it's, it's allowed you and ask those, we're working with, to create a user manual for there. For that. It's not, it's not a case of, you know, you, we've what we established from the program, you to your point ultra with the money, wasn't the best thing. It just means that what we can do now is approach that from a programming point of view, a whole lot, a whole lot more wisely, Speaker 1: (09:13) It doesn't mean you cannot do your goals. It just means, okay, well, you're going to do it slightly different than, than the guy down the road. Speaker 2: (09:20) Exactly, exactly. It was probably good as well. Just following on from what you're saying there, if we, if we're just talking through and looking at the, how much impact environment does have on what you're doing, um, training wise as well. So there's some great research and studies where you've, we've looked into and discussed over the years as well, at least with studies, with identical twins, that same genes. So therefore should be identical. They look identical, but they'd been spent time in different environments. And then as a result, their phenotype, how they look and how they present when we're looking, looking at them is significantly different. Now, a lot of that is going to be driven and triggered by, um, from an environmental point of view could be stress load. It could be type of exercise, could be chronobiology or the time of day that they're doing the things, the social connection they're having either too much of, or lack of and the people around them. Speaker 2: (10:11) So those are your listen that high, and you may well been in an environment that you feel that you just thrive in and buzzing, and you can't quite put your finger on it, but you know, that it really energizes you and puts you in flow. That is your genes expressing themselves in a positive way. He will also been in environments where you're like, it just doesn't feel right here. And you feel actually leaves you feeling more unhealthy. You actually find that being in there for prolonged periods, you actually start to change body shape and put weight on because your body's been thrown into a stress response just because of the environment that you're, that you're in. So it's really, really quite fascinating. How, how important the environment is to the point that when we're programming people, now, we're not just thinking about numbers, numbers of squats, type of strength training, or how far they're running and what type of exercise they're doing. We actually think, you know, how much connection are they getting? Is there a place I, their home set up as it should be their workplace, all those things set up to positively influence their, um, their genetic expression. So, Speaker 1: (11:11) And that's like, I remember, you know, you telling someone to go home and set up their office space better with plants and so on too, because they spent a lot of time in this environment and it wasn't set up properly, and that was causing their body stress. And that made to the fact that their training wasn't getting the results. You'd go, wow, let's real. We were, you know, that's real sort of like weird, but they came back the four weeks later and going, Oh my God, well, it's different. Same age. Cause I was in an environment that I was happy in and therefore my stress levels throughout the day were lower and therefore I got better results and it has a knock on effect. And it's a cumulative thing. You know, if you are, if you're sleeping at the right times for your biology, for your genes, if you are eating at the right times. Speaker 1: (11:54) So one of the, so this is, um, this program that we are trained in and, and, uh, educated them is been something that's been developed by hundreds of scientists. So the science behind this as just absolutely phenomenal and both new and nice science nerds. So we'd like to pull everything apart and make sure that, uh, you know, all this learning that we're doing and all this sort of information makes sense. And actually as robust, as far as the clinical trials behind it, the information behind it. Uh, and it's, it's been mind blowing to, to see scientists across so many different science disciplines. And this is what is really fascinating with program that we do as it's, it's, uh, taking, not the old traditional siloed approach of, you know, one science might be embryology and another science anthropometry, and another one is neuroscience and they're all separate. Speaker 1: (12:48) This is where, uh, you know, hundreds of scientists have collaborated across 15 different science disciplines to give us and using AI artificial intelligence and these massive computing ability that we now have to be able to take, uh, information about you and your genes, which has done through a questionnaire, not done through actual DNA. Like you're not spitting into a viral in this case. Um, this is a different way. And it's collecting a teen thousand bits of data about you, your ancestry, your, uh, ratios, body, uh, parts, uh, measurements of all the body, uh, color, behave, the color of your eyes, looking at the, all the genetic markers. Do you have a widow's peak, um, his ring finger longer than your index finger, all these weird sort of, uh, measurements are taken. And what this does is it gives them information about what genes are actually in play in this person and how more importantly these are expressing right now. So that from that information, we can take the, the, the, the reports, if you like that this gives us to actually build a program that will help your entire health performance, your wellbeing, uh, and all of that into account. So it's been a, an, a, an amazing ride for us. Isn't it? Neil? Speaker 2: (14:16) Yeah, massively, massively. So all that information, it's a once, once you've got it and you throw that into, it's amazing what you can, what you can, what you can do. Some of the other examples. And once you've got that information, then one of the questions that we started the started the podcast with was just people not getting results. So imagine joining a 12 week program of some sort of the intention of losing, losing weight or changing shape, or putting on some lean tissue and totally not responding to it. So there's a lot of, lot of studies we've looked at where people are just nonresponsive and factory responders. So no response to the exercise nutrition they're using. And that could be simply speaking with information. Lisa was just talking about, there is rather than going to try, for example, bootcamp at six in the morning for 12 weeks, with a recommended nutrition and realize that throughout the process, you either don't respond or you actually changed shape by putting on adipose tissue and body fat. Speaker 2: (15:12) If you knew that that time in the morning, wasn't a good time for you to be training the type of food that you were eating. Wasn't the right type of food for you and the people you're hanging out with doing it just wasn't suiting your, your body and health site. And all of a sudden you can flip that and then join a program that actually works for your works, your body. This is where it becomes so valuable, so valuable. It takes away the trial and error. It takes away the guesswork, and really now starts to increase motivation and adherence because you're actually feeling like you're you, that's the other massive support as well is it's okay to be you. It's all right, to be unique. It's all right to be you. And there's so many messages out there in the health and wellness and fitness world that kind of points to the fact that we should be a certain way. And it's all right to be different. It's all right. To do it in a different way and follow a different path that gets you, gets you different. Speaker 1: (16:04) Yeah. I mean, I'll give you an example here of my, my husband, um, Heisley, uh, I used to make him get up at 5:00 AM and do a CrossFit workout. And, um, and this was actually a disaster for his body type. He put on weight and he didn't feel good and he didn't enjoy it. Um, and when we did the epigenetics program with him, we now understood why, because his hormones for example, are replacing themselves at that era of the morning. So I was smashing as testosterone production. So that's not a good thing ever because I was doing it at the wrong time of the day. So chronobiology is a very big piece of the puzzle. Uh, the, the type of exercise that he was doing, which was CrossFit style. So it was really hard, high intensity back to back, no breaks in between the sets type training. Speaker 1: (16:56) Now this caused and him, he's got a slow ATP, uh, replenishing in the cells is that there's a bit slower than say in my, my genetics. So he needs to be doing heavier weights, but slower, uh, set. So he needs a rest in between each set and to be doing slower, heavy weights, whereas I'm better to do sets back to back to back. So I'm getting a cardiovascular workout and muscle workout at the same time, and I can do that. Um, so when I was training him the wrong way for him, that was just causing chaos in his body, um, causing an inflammatory response, knocking down as hormones, uh, knocking his sleep patterns around because that's a time when he should be asleep at 5:00 AM in the morning, very important for his genotype. Um, and all this sort of thing was a really a bad pattern. Speaker 1: (17:48) And you would've that the discipline that he showed and the, and the hard work that he was putting in, he should be getting a results. Now he does more long distance ultra marathon type running, and that's perfectly suited to his body type and his genotype. He is very slow start to the day. So he doesn't get up early and go and smash himself. He waits to later on the day, if it's lifestyle will allow that, and we can get into working in the gray a little bit later. Um, but he's been here in the afternoon. If he does this training, he should not eat an early breakfast. He should not be eating into at least 10 o'clock if not longer. And he's more suited to doing a fasting. So overnight fasting, if he can and eating a little bit later, uh, then has his food style should be, um, two to three meals, a day, bigger meals, but two to three, uh, and he should be having a, sort of a low carb, low protein at nighttime. Speaker 1: (18:47) He doesn't, he shouldn't definitely not be eating carbs late into the night because that's really, really bad for his, uh, epigenetic type. If you like. So all of this information, now he can take that away and go, you doesn't do it all all the time. I mean, let's be honest, life gets in the way, and sometimes you want a glass of wine at night and that's fine, but he's making that choice then with the knowledge that that's not really ideal for him, but he has the ability to pick the training program that now suits his body type to work out at the right time of the day. And to do all these other things, like what time of the day is his brain going to be working best? Where does he best? So his intellectual work, when is it best to have a social interactions, all this information, um, that has really been a game changer, isn't it? Yeah. Speaker 2: (19:32) Yeah. Massively. And if I use my own personal examples on the, on the flip side, I want to be calling my system in the evening when Hayes is going to be coming into his own a little bit more. So he'll still be able to be quite low and productive personally, for me, I want to be calming my system the evening to calm my cortisol levels. Um, calm my hormones and let my, let my body body settle. I'm much better early in the morning. Um, early morning training works from my perspective. So you get quite a contrast and those of you understand or have heard about, um, somatotypes before or body shapes. So you've got your, um, ectomorph your mesomorph and you're in the morph body shapes. So the example there hazy sitting more on the endomorph side, and I'm sitting more on the X more side. Speaker 2: (20:17) So with that, you get quite different needs. So with how the body responds, my body doesn't respond well to, um, to high amounts of weight. My body would generally break my body's more rigid and more fragile haze. His body. You can put a lot more resistance through a lot more weight and hair respond very well to it. Are we better at faster or higher endurance, higher intensity? Hey, this is going to be better, a longer distance slow and steady. Now, again, once we got this information, we can know where we're no, we're at the, we've a lot about exercise and nutrition and just giving the example of how you use on three meals a day. He's, body's going to be better fasting, whereas my body will need more like five meals a day. Um, I'm less likely to, um, break my food down. So will a low amount of stomach acid. Speaker 2: (21:03) So I have to be careful that my food is well cooked and easy, easy to break down. So all these little nuggets of gold that you get, and you start to see just comparing me and Hayes, how people are very, very different. So if I were, let's look at a fasting program for long periods, um, it wouldn't be as beneficial for me, more carbs to me, cause it's going to fuel my brain more effectively for Hayes. If he was looking at fasting, he is going to be a better thing for him to be, to be doing. So all those diets and recommendations around food that are out there, people often ask me is fasting good? Yes, it is good. And it's good. It's great for most cases, a certain level for people, but it's a, what level is right. Um, and what each person, what time, um, certain people are going to be more vegetables. Speaker 2: (21:51) Certain people are gonna need more, um, more protein in their, in their diet. There's understanding all of these, all of these things. Once you got that information, you can, you can run with it, um, from a hormonal point of view as well. Um, it is going to be different hormones of relevance for each body type and health type as well. And this has a big impact on how people behave, so where we've got some massive wins and it was nice to be lost. As we talked about this lease with, with relationship wise, both with our, with me, with my wife, same with you with Hayes, with us as athlete and coach and his business partners and me with my children as well, and how we interact and communicate with those around us is a massive, massive eye-opener just to really understand more about behavior and personality as a result of the hormones were driven by. So do you want to, Speaker 1: (22:38) I went up a little bit, so we don't scrap as much as much as we used to. And you understand me better now? Yeah, because like, uh, just giving the example of me new working in the business as if like coach for many years, uh, I used to drive Neil nuts because I'm so I I'm more in the mesomorph ectomorph mesomorph area. So we have some similarities in the, in the way we like to pull things apart and ask a million questions and so on, but I'm very much an take action now, person all the time and jump in without any preparation, without any planning. And just go, go, go, go, go. Cause that's, I'm driven by driveline is my dominant hormone. Um, dopamine, we both have a problem with dopamine. We don't have enough, so we're always chasing that. So in that way, we're similar. Speaker 1: (23:25) But I used to drive Neil nuts with, I would be just tight, always after the new thing, chasing shiny objects all the time, new areas of science to go and chase or whatever. Or I was very much head through the wall as far as go hard or go home all the time and everything that I do. And with Neo, he would take a more planned approach and more strategic approach. You'd look at the bigger picture and so on. And so this caused a lot of tension in the business because I would be going ahead and doing things before he thought we were ready to be doing them. Now we understand that about each other and that he plans and does things more strategically. So what, what we've changed, the roles that each of us have, and we still have the odd time when he's like, Oh, for goodness sake, just slow down. Speaker 1: (24:17) But generally speaking, he can now let me take those roles where I'm ripping open opportunities on I'm diving into new areas for us in the future. I'm looking on the, you know, definitely got, um, good visionary skills and so on. And he is cleaning up the mess behind me and putting structure in place into the programs that we're doing and actually making things flow and work properly properly from a myth, a myth, what do you call it? Mythological and methodical approach to things. Um, and so we learned to work better and to just go, Oh, well, that's less going off the deep end again. And you know, he also can reign me in when he can see that I, because I'm so driven by dream land and chasing his own dopamine all the time when I'm starting to spin out of control and get going. Speaker 1: (25:08) Cause I had a tendency to go so hard and then crash go hard again, crash. And he can warn me now when he sees and I do listen now, I didn't always, uh, pull back, slow down. You're over-training, you're overworking. You just, just have a bit of time out. And so we can keep each other in check and I can go, come on, Neil, hurry up. We want to get this happening and, and, and can give them a bit of a bomb to get going at times when that's needed. So that's helped us work together. And the same with my husband Haisley, he's what they call a diplomat on these programs. They have different names for the different, uh, somatotypes, uh, phenotypes, and he's very slow to get everything going. Uh, so you have to give them plenty of warning. If I want to go on a, uh, I don't know, a trip or vacation or something, I better give him six months to plan for it. Speaker 1: (26:00) Or if I want a fence boat in the back garden, it's gonna take at least a year. And I, if it, if it was me, I would be like, Oh, that's a good idea. And I'd be boating it the next day. And there'll be no planning. And the feds have probably pulled up for library in a couple of years, whereas Haisley would take two years to vote, but it will be done properly if that makes sense. So now we understand that about each other. I give him more heads up more time to get ready for an event change. And he has to just put up with the fact that I'll just keep charging and doing too much, Speaker 3: (26:38) But it's really amazing how, Speaker 1: (26:40) How much a dominant hormones, uh, fit our personalities and our neuro-transmitters affect our personalities and the which part of the brain we use. And all of this information comes out of the program, which is eye opening in the corporate setting, because you can, um, understand your colleagues better. You can understand how to motivate your, your people that you're working with, your team mates, your, your underlings, you can help them achieve better because you know how to motivate them, you know, what they need and what they don't need. Uh, and what time of the day they'll probably be at their best. And when they won't be, uh, all of these sort of little variants. And so we work in the corporate space and that's been really, really, uh, game changing for a lot of, you know, corporate teams being able to work together and understand each other better and have more empathy with one another. Um, and of course that all affects the bottom line at the end of the day. Speaker 2: (27:36) Yeah, it was so, so true. Fun, little, um, fun at work sizer. So listeners can, can do it homeless if we ask them just to hold up one of their hands and look at the difference between their second digit and their fourth digit. So looking at the difference between second and fourth digit or second and second finger ring finger. Now, if you look at those, if you look at the difference in size, um, and if the, the fourth digit or the ring finger is, is quite a bit longer or longer than the second digit, that'll indicate that you're exposed to more, um, the stress hormones or drilling testosterone when you, uh, you were grinding mom's tummy. So that will indicate more from a it's one of the measurements we use as part of the program, but that starts to indicate you're more like the top of person Lisa was describing herself as, so I'm more, would like challenge a lot. Variety would like change would like to jump over the fence first without worrying about what's on the other side and deal with it when she gets over there. Those generally with shorter, um, or fingers, similar length, one shorter, a generally want more organization, or want more structure will want more answers before they jump over the fence. And interestingly, as you look at leases, you'll have, Speaker 1: (28:50) Yeah. Longer than mine Speaker 2: (28:53) Then on the flip side, mine's similar size. Um, so again, you can start to see the connection between the science, the measurements, the, the, the, the balance, and then the things that are important to that person taking, taking challenge away from Lisa, taking variety away from her, taking, not letting her express herself. So it's real important from Lisa's perspective that she can express herself and let those emotions and feelings out for some of us as not so much of a, not so much of an issue, but there's, there's some people, and you may know them in your family and in your own social circles where you will think they, haven't got a huge amount of filter between brain amounts. Speaker 2: (29:35) You know what I'm saying? But he's saying what they think and being able to express themselves. And I think you do that exceptionally well. So, but you also know that if there's ever situations where you've been not allowed to do it, that affects you, you get frustrated and get a stress response, because you're not allowed to, you're not allowed to, um, to, to share that in the same way for me, if I'm asked to make a decision or go in and present something without having the information in lined up, that creates a stress response to me, whereas for you, it excites you more cause it's challenged. So that's what we want to point out to Pete. Everyone that's listening is that it's, it's stress is so individualized as well and how we have a stress response. Once you learn what triggers that in people you're then in a much better position to help control it. And especially in the current environment with this year, there's been so much uncertainty it's really been able to take control of the environment as it is, and then control your, how your body's performing or responding from a stress stress point of view. Speaker 1: (30:33) Yeah. We could almost see a, you know, working in the corporate situations that we have been, um, the people that are going to do well in the home environment, you know, working from home environment, uh, and the people who are gonna find that really difficult. And we can sort of see that before they tell us whether that is or not, because we know from their type their, their genetic type, uh, what's what what's going to be a problem for them or not be a problem for them, for me, for example, that that was fantastic. As long as I could get out and do my exercise when they took that away, going out there, it wasn't great, but being able to control my own environment, being able to do things on my time, doing it in my own environment, not having structure and things is actually for me, was fantastic for, for other people. They felt isolated, uh, cut off from the colleagues and, you know, all of that sort of, uh, stress. So that caused them more feelings of loneliness and stress and worry. Um, you know, it's just, everybody reacts differently. And when you understand that person's a driving force, if you like the driving hormones, the driving neurotransmitters, you know, you understand the chemistry that's going on in their body, but better than you can have more empathy with other people too, with your fellow human beings that they aren't all just like you. Speaker 2: (31:49) And then the connection between biology and performance and productivity is just, as you can start to connect the dots, because if you maximize your biology performance wise and productivity wise, you'll, you'll see a sustained improvement and, uh, increase increase as well. It's the people, um, then some other, some other good wins just to share with everyone as well. At least it's just, when you understand you're different, you're gonna have different areas. You should focus on the health and fitness industry. Traditionally tells us to focus on nutrition and exercise. And it's one of the, the craziest messages that generally the, the fitness industry has been built by crusaders activators and the, in the earlier days. And therefore it was the message always been around, eat little, um, eat little and often train at high intensity, or, you know, anaerobic threshold stuff, which works. We discussed the today. Speaker 2: (32:40) You can see why it worked for a percentage of the population, but there's a lot. It wouldn't, it wouldn't shouldn't work for us. So with that in mind, there's different priority areas that people should look at for some people focusing on their minds and allowing their mind to switch off each day, turning the volume down should, um, should be a priority. And that longterm will help them change shape, lose weight, more than exercise will. Okay. Exercise is still important, but it's my understanding that they've had those particular people, the, the exome Wars have had more development through their nervous system from an embryology point of view. So when they were growing in mum's tummy, um, the, the exome was had more energy put into it. So it was developed more extensively. So therefore they're going to have a high developed nervous system and their brains going to raise a whole lot faster. Speaker 2: (33:28) So the brain is racing faster, switching it off is there's going to be key others. If I had development in different areas where food, for example is like kindling to their sort of fire, they put food in their burn through equipment. So they're going to need more, more food more regularly, and they're gonna need more movement more regularly than other types. Um, and then they're going to need to, as they move in regularly, they can need to rest hard as well. So the recipe for each person is going to be different. Others are going to need to know that their family, their friends around them, uh, safe and well, because that will allow them to start getting the results they're going to need good social interaction to boost hormones like oxytocin. That's going to be key. So point is that the guidebook rule, the rule book, you're talking about creating your own guide book for your own body. It's going to be a different, a different book for each person. Speaker 1: (34:19) Yeah, it does really well. Uh, so give me an example of that. So my mum is what they call a guardian, one of the bio-type names, um, and for her, her top priority area is social. So I want to, as you, as a trainer, as your coach, as a rehabilitation person, after her aneurysm, I want to focus on food and exercise because that's what would suit me. Um, and where I think she can get, you know, Geneva, a lot of it, obviously, because she needs to rehabilitate her ability to move and so on. But at the top of her priority is social. So if she is not feeling connected and loved and supported, and that her family is that a got place, she's not going to be interested in exercising right. Or eating, right. She won't, she'll be eating the wrong food. She won't want to exercise. Speaker 1: (35:08) She won't be motivated and so on and so forth. So I have to make sure that she's mentally and socially meaning her family and her friends circle that she's getting good, happy, social interactions that she's happy where family's at. And if that's all good, she will do the work. So for some, for me, sometimes as a coach, that means letting her go off to the movies with their sister instead of taking her to the gym. And that's a big jump for me, because for me it's all about, but you should be moving 10 times a day, you know? Um, but understanding that when she does, and she has that time and that connection with her sister or a friend, that's going to enable her to actually come back and then exercise better and be more able, because she's not stressed out to focus on her food and their exercise. If that makes sense, Speaker 2: (36:00) That side, at least that's a gold gold example. So I think the biggest thing for the lessons to be hopefully taken away is that it's all right to be you, it's all right, to be different. You should be different. And if you've been struggling in any way to get any results in any aspect of your life from a, from a work and corporate point of view with yourself personally, or those that you're managing or driving, um, from your health and fitness perspective and sport and performance from a parenting or relationship side, then start to realize that you need a unique plan. You need a personalized plan, and you need to look at yourself as an individual and challenge those around you that are giving you advice, ask them what's, what's going to be best for me because there's so much science evidence and research out there. And we are all, all our experience with the people we've taken through the program. Once you personalize it, the results start to come a whole lot quicker. Speaker 1: (36:59) Absolutely. In all areas of life, as we said, not just your food and exercise cause that's, uh, you know, that's only a piece of the pie, um, in, in this program, as we said, um, if anyone wants to check it out, we do hold a webinar every couple of weeks, a public webinar that you can just register, um, and rotate you through the whole science side of it so that you can understand what is in behind it to, to, to a certain degree, at least in a, what we can do in an hour. Um, and to understand the implications of what we've been talking about today and how it can actually benefit you. Um, if you are interested in doing that, I'll put the link in the show notes, but it's just epigenetics.lisatamati.com to register for that webinar. And you can come and hang out with us and find out a little bit more. Speaker 1: (37:46) Um, and if you, if you want more information around this, otherwise, um, you don't want to wait for the webinar, just hop on over to my website at lisatamati.com And go to the, working with us tab and you'll find the epigenetics program near. And it all explained, um, this is, you know, this is apart from this program, the whole of medicine, the whole of the genetic testing, uh, the epigenetic programs like this, it's all going towards personalizing everything to your set of genes and your environment and optimizing that. And this goes right through from your, the medications that you're taking right through to the food that you're eating, you know, right across the board. So it's, uh, I'm really, really excited for the stuff that's coming down, the, the lines now from a point of view, because that's what Neil and I do is we just spend every waking moment that we're not actually coaching and working study and finding the latest stuff and always upgrading it. Speaker 1: (38:47) And I'm just absolutely ecstatic at the stuff that's coming down the pipelines now, and the information that we can get. And it's like, why didn't we get taught all this stuff, you know, and this is why I'm passionate about this podcast, getting these experts on and sharing their insights into the latest science, if you like sometimes before it's ever got to the medical schools or the textbooks or the, uh, you know, it's stuff that you need to know about now. And, um, this program is really, really exciting. So check that out at epigenetics.lisatamati.com Register for the webinar in a couple of weeks, uh, every two weeks we hold one. So you can find out more about it, um, new or anything else that you wanted to add on onto there. Just go and be, go be you to be you, if it feels right, if it doesn't question it, question it, I think if you don't, even if you don't do the program and you don't want to do this. Speaker 1: (39:43) And so on question with the CrossFit that you are doing, or the ultra marathon running you were doing, or the keto diet that you're doing, or the paleo diet, is it working for me? If not try something else, if you want to cut out the trial in the Euro though, come and check out what were you doing? But if it just because it's getting results for your friend down the road does not mean it will get results for you. And that's probably the biggest takeaway, understand unique, love it, loose. Love it. Thank you. Awesome. Well, thanks guys for listening today. If you enjoy the show, please give us a rating and review. We hit the top 200 in the world now, and that health and fitness genres. So everybody who has given us a rating and review on iTunes or any of the other platforms, we really, really appreciate you. Speaker 1: (40:31) We love feedback on the show, uh, everything that we're doing, and if you do enjoy it, please share it with your friends and your context, because it's only through that, that we can keep this going. Um, it is a labor of love and, um, it takes up a heck of a lot of time and energy to produce these podcasts and get them out there. Uh, some really do appreciate your support in that area as well. And if you've got any questions for Neil arrive, um, come check us out at lisatamati.com, Where we're happy to help you. There is the contact details on there, and we'll hopefully see you again next week. Speaker 4: (41:06) That's it this week for pushing the limits, be sure to write review and share with your friends and take over and visit Lisa and her team at lisatamati.com

MamaTokTok's A Different Take with AB Mambo
Race Relations, Privilege and Gender Equality

MamaTokTok's A Different Take with AB Mambo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2020 70:36


A candid conversation with Lisa Thomas, CEO Samata Capital on race, gender and privilege in America post-George Floyd.Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/mamatoktok)

Details with Eric Denton

In this episode I speak with Lisa Thomas. Lisa is a music marketer and manager. We speak about the music industry during the coronavirus, QAnon conspiracy theories, and how Lisa copes with it all.

Comedian's Wife
Gary and Lisa Thomas - Challenges of travelling for work and how to cherish your spouse

Comedian's Wife

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2020 47:42


Bestselling Author, Gary Thomas, and his wife Lisa share with us the challenges of travelling for work and give us 8 practical ways to cherish your spouse and bring hope, light, and life into your marriage.

Wealthy Wellthy Wise
173 - How to break your money and success blocks with Lisa Thomas

Wealthy Wellthy Wise

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2020 48:17


On this episode of the Wealthy Wellthy Podcast, In this episode,  I interviewed Lisa Thomas. Lisa is a transformational leader, gifted healer and intuitive coach. She integrates business with her natural gifts to help her clients embrace all of life and help them break their money and success blocks. She helps people worldwide to achieve their business and life goals by clearing inherited emotional DNA, such as fear of success, fear of failure, anxiety, procrastination, fear of public speaking, false money, beliefs, relationship drama and business stagnation. In this episode, we talk about the most prominent money blocks and self-sabotaging beliefs and how to clear them, how to attract more money into your life and get out of that month to month cycle, and how important it is to look at what you haven't been looking at, especially when it comes to your money. I'd call her the money healer. She's gifted my listeners with the free money meditation to help you clear your blocks and rewrite your beliefs. You can go HERE so that you can release the connection between self-worth and how much you earn. Also, during this time of COVID I’ve been teaching how to pivot your business And while teaching others Well, I've been pivoting my own. So I'm super excited to share this news with you simply go to Sovereignty Academy to learn more. Now please enjoy my conversation with Lisa Thomas. Have you downloaded your financial immunity guide yet? I've written an article called the “12 things every entrepreneur must do right now, to create financial immunity” to the economic impact of COVID-19.  

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
HMM 5 - 27 - 2020

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2020 59:36


Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY. We start off with an interview about a letter written in support of enforcement for the plastic bag ban. Then, for our weekly peace bucket, we talk with Paul Rehm about the expansion of Israeli Settlements in occupied Palestine. And later on, Andrea Cunliffe talks with Lisa Thomas about making her latest film “Ghosts of Love” during the COVID crisis. After that, we have part 3 of Willie Terry’s discussion with Leon Van Dyke about Malcolm X. Finally, we talk with Jamie Crouse about how the YWCA has responded to the COVID-19 crisis.… And here are some headlines.

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
Lisa Thomas "Ghosts of Love" and Covid 19

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2020 10:35


Film Director Lisa Thomas of Thin Edge Films talks with HHM Correspondent Andrea Cunliffe about her growing career and her latest film “Ghosts of Love”. With the music of Ryder Cooley, Lisa speaks about the process of making a short film with the music of Ryder Cooley, made during the Covid 19 pandemic, commemorating some of the victims.

Hopeful and Wholesome
Uncovering energy blocks and moving towards success with Lisa Thomas

Hopeful and Wholesome

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 25:33


Lisa Thomas is an inherited energy expert and transformational guide that works with people from all over the world to help them remove blocks and achieve success.  Today we talk about the many things that we inherit that hold us back from excelling and moving forward in life, how we can identify those, and how we can use this to get us through crises such as the current pandemic. Highlights from the episode:We all have our own DNA code that affects our emotional blocks and views about thingsThe tender mercies that we are offered in lifeThe types of blocks we inherit from our ancestorsHow to discover your own blocksWhen to know you need an energy healerHow the fear of success manifests in our livesWhere shame creeps up in our livesThe danger of putting all your worth on one thingThe importance of getting to the cellular level of your patterns and blocksLisa’s take on what we can learn from COVID-19What is wisdom through isolationWhat do you do when you get “promptings”What Lisa has learned from her work with the “other side”Lisa’s experience with learning she was clairvoyant as a childResources: https://lisathomasenergyhealing.com Lisa on Facebook 

Unconventional Life with Jules Schroeder
Ep: 221 Epigenetic's & Repatterning the Brain with Lisa Thomas

Unconventional Life with Jules Schroeder

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 49:19


Transformational leader, gifted healer and intuitive coach Lisa Thomas is on the show this week. Lisa was incredibly generous in offering practical tools, affirmations, and meditations for eliminating the invisible blocks that bind us.

T21Mom.com
T21Mom - Episode 38 : Lisa Thomas on Daughter Sarah's Leukemia Treatment

T21Mom.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 48:16


Mary talks with her friend, Lisa about leaving Alaska for Portland, Oregon to get treatment for her daughter Sarah's Leukemia.Instagram supersarahkFacebook: Story Of SarahBe The Match (United States)Canadian Blood Services 

NMC Driveways
#4. Lisa Thomas • Dean of Students

NMC Driveways

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2020 31:46


John drives to Slab Town to chat with Lisa Thomas, our Dean of Students. Plus, “Before & After.” LINKS Child & Family Services of Northwest Michigan Leave us a voice memo HERE!

The Aggressive Life with Brian Tome
Episode 27: Simon and Lisa Thomas—2 Ride the World

The Aggressive Life with Brian Tome

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2020 50:48


Seventeen years ago, Simon and Lisa Thomas set off on a motorcycle ride... and they never came back. Having ridden around the world, setting tires down on six continents, they've experienced a life most people only dream about. This couple, considered the world's foremost adventure motorcycle riders, will push you to get off the couch and start living a life you're excited about. 

Christian Biz Owners On Fire
Intuitive Energy Expert: An Interview with Lisa Thomas

Christian Biz Owners On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2019 30:01


Lacking the “grit”. Silencing the inner critic. Procrastination. Beginner entrepreneurs are very much guilty of these self-sabotaging roadblocks that drive them further away from their goal of thriving in their business. You may not be aware of it but some of those are inherited roadblocks and patterns that once recognized and released will lead to awakening of your life. Our guest in this episode is an intuitive life coach and transformational energy healer. Lisa Thomas has had the privilege of working with talented people from all walks of life. She empowers individuals to reach their full potential by removing inherited emotional blocks such as fear of success, fear of failure, anxiety, procrastination, fear of public speaking, false money beliefs, relationship drama and business stagnation. Lisa's expertise in removing inherited patterns within the epigenetics empowers people to get their gifts, talents and bright ideas out into the world, confidently and in alignment with their Soul's purpose.  

Eventing Radio Show
#540 Wieschhoff Costa Rica Trip, Jessica Phoenix, Equestrian Business Women Summit

Eventing Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2019 89:55


Cathy Wieschhoff talks about course building and design in Costa Rica, Jessica Phoenix recounts her WEG adventure and other stories and Lisa Thomas shares her thoughts on the Equestrian Business Womens Summit.  Hosted by Joe Meyer and Max Corcoran.Support the show