PREVIEW: From a longer conversation, comment on how to approach and aid a hostage child who has experienci weeks of trauma. #GAZA: Trauma recovery. Dr. Asher Ben Arieh- Asher Ben-Arieh, PhD, is the Haruv Chair for the Study of Child Maltreatment at the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and Director of the Haruv Institute. Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres @mhoenlein1 https://omny.fm/shows/ehadbeyom/8687f354-d356-4ff9-a778-b0c600193250 https://www.timesofisrael.com/coming-home-health-ministry-discloses-strict-protocols-for-treating-freed-hostages/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2023/11/28/israel-hamas-hostages-release-families/ https://haruv.org.il/en/team/prof-asher-ben-arieh/ https://twitter.com/Nadav_Eyal/status/1729503675754684660?s=20 1898 Gaza
PREVIEW: From a longer conversation about the Gaza War, Brigadier General Yossi Kuperwasser of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs notes that Hezbollah will remain a sizable threat to the North of Israel, especially in the event that Hamas disintegrates. Will Nasrallah in Beirut decide to attack, or will he stand down? Yossi Kuperwasser Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser is Director of the Project on Regional Middle East Developments at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. 1950 Beirut
PREVIEW: From a longer conversation on the consumer economies on three continents, Asia, Europe, North America, asking Chris Riegel of Scala.com (with business on all major contents) if AI deserves the sales pitch it receives on Wall Street? Chros Riegel, Scala.com, #Stratacache. 1951, The Day the Earth Stood Still.
The Colorado Avalanche head west for the next few games, with the first one being against an upstart Arizona Coyotes team that can no longer be taken for granted. The Avs have struggled somewhat against Arizona in years past, so how will they fare against a team that is clearly much better than the teams that gave the Avs a run? Should be an exciting game. What hasn't been exciting recently is the NHL All-Star Weekend. Nobody really seems to care, including the players. So what does the NHL do? Go out and add an extra day. Will bringing back the draft have much of an impact? Finally, we take some mail bag questions, which seemed to have revolved mainly around the holiday season! Tune in, subscribe and enjoy! Subscribe to our Subtext to talk to us directly! https://joinsubtext.com/lockedonavalanche Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
A.M. Edition for Nov. 29. A temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas is in its final day, after being extended by 48 hours earlier in the week. WSJ Middle East correspondent Jared Malsin explains how mediators are hoping to translate the short-term fighting pause into something more lasting. Plus, Apple pulls the plug on its credit-card partnership with Goldman Sachs. And editor Alex Frangos reflects on the legacy of Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After sitting on it for a day, David Haugh and Dan Wiederer wonder if they feel any different about Bears quarterback Justin Fields' performance in the fourth quarter of a win against the Vikings on Monday night. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From 'Take The North' (subscribe here): After sitting on it for a day, David Haugh and Dan Wiederer wonder if they feel any different about Bears quarterback Justin Fields' performance in the fourth quarter of a win against the Vikings on Monday night. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
PREVIEW: From a longer conversation about Ukraine, John Herbst of the Atlantic Council -- former ambassador to Ukraine -- comments on the charge that Ukraine is corrupt and not deserving of US support. 1900 Ukraine
PREVIEW: From a longer conversation with Colonel Jeff McCausland of CBS News, confirming that the Houthis of Yemen, surrogates for Tehran, also hold hostages from the 25 man crew of the hijacked Galaxy Leader.. #GAZA: Colonel Jeff McCausland , USA (retired) @mccauslj @CBSNews @dickinsoncol 1925 Tehran
This is a must-listen to podcast - Doctor Roizen addresses the concerns about another virus coming from China, Swine Flu in Europe and shares some of the latest medical research to help you, me, everyone live YOUNGER and LONGER. Visit LongevityPlaybook.com for more from Doctor Roizen.
PREVIEW: From a much longer conversation, Gregory Copley observes how KingCharles is handling both his duties and the enterprising yougng gossips. gossips. Gregory Copley, Defense & Foreign Affairs 1954 Hobart Australia
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BJ recaps, Chantel Deniese, wife, mother, entertainer and Christian for over 30 years shares her journey to connecting and releasing her past that haunted. Learning that the incredible word of God can only heal if it can penetrate the deeper places and sometimes that healing comes through therapy opening the vials for God's balm. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bj-foster2/message
In 2023, two major insurers joined a growing list of companies that will no longer offer new home insurance policies in California. In Florida, the situation is worse, with more than a dozen large home insurance companies retreating from the state. Both states have seen devastating property losses due to extreme forest fires and hurricanes - risks that are only increasing due to the changing climate.But why can't the insurance companies simply adjust premiums to reflect the changing risk that climate change is bringing, rather than leaving a market entirely? Because like many economic models, insurance risk is assessed based on historical data (in some cases, by law), which is not particularly reflective of future (or even present) risk. Dr. Spencer Glendon, Founder of Probable Futures and former Head of Research at the investment firm Wellington Management, returns to Climate Now to examine how much our historical experiences can be used to inform how we should respond to our rapidly changing world, and how the roles of quantitative data, empirical analysis, and storytelling may need to shift for us to make the most of our collective wisdom in preparing for challenges of the future.Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.Contact us at email@example.comVisit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode.
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Prices plummet as chip shortages hit production, affecting new car inventory. Low-interest rates spiked demand, leading to record-high payments. Longer ownership trends and intentional supply control by automakers contribute to the shake-up. Tesla's price slash influences a 33% drop, with used electric vehicles outnumbering new ones. Dealerships face risks due to rising interest rates, and an auto loan bubble sees record delinquencies. Buyers, now in a prime negotiating position, should navigate the changing market wisely. Remember, cars aren't investments.Grab a copy of my book: https://partsmanagerpro.gumroad.com/l/qtqax"The Parts Manager Guide" - https://www.amazon.com/Parts-Manager-Guide-Strategies-Maximize-ebook/dp/B09S23HQ1P/ref=sr_1_4?crid=3UZYOGZJUNJ9K&keywords=parts+manager+guide&qid=1644443157&sprefix=parts+manager+guid%2Caps%2C244&sr=8-4Please remember to like, share and leave your comments. Videos are uploaded weekly.Visit my website for more! https://www.partsmanagerprof.com/For athe full video you can find it here on my YouTube channel: The Auto Market Bubble Is Here!If you want me to continue making videos like these, please donate to our paypal account: paypal.me/partsmanagerproFair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS* This video is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
It's no secret I am team lift for life. That is largely where my phrase “long haul mentality” came from. Because I am a sucker for the grind - the day to day that no one wants to do, but everyone needs. The process by which they get the REAL results that they want. It applies to weight lifting, career, building a business, any pursuit of something more than the mundane. Today we dive into physical, mental and spiritual reasons for women to lift weights. Most of these apply to men as well, but 85% of you are ladies, and that's who my clientele have always been, so, that's who we speak to today. Weight lifting is in the simplest sense, applying science to a set of skills that you build over time. This CAN and more often than not, does, manipulate the body in the form of adaptions. Those adaptations are WHY women need to lift weights. Being stronger, more mobile, having higher self efficacy and esteem are rarely bad things. First up and possibly the most focused on FEMALES: 1 Increase bone density Osteoporosis is far more prominent in women than in men. We naturally hold less muscle mass, and provide less tension to all of our connective tissues. Bone is not highly vascular which means it takes LONGER for the bone to adapt to stimulus. Muscle adapts quickest, tendons and ligaments next, due to their lack of vascularity. And lastly, bones. Locomotion happens via our muscles pulling on bones via tendons. That's literally how our bodies move. Providing tension to these tissues is how we cause NEW tissue to grow, and become stronger. That's what we want. In this case for bones. It can take six months to a year for significant bone growth to take place from weight lifting. Again, applying LOAD and tension to the skeleton is what causes this demand for new growth. Load and tension can come in many forms - ie jogging. But weight lifting is the most superior way for this to happen. Improve and USE mobility There is some kind of saying about your mobility and age or lifespan. Like you're only as old as your spine is mobile or something like that. This is true in my opinion for all mobility. I trained people in person for five years before going fully online. And for me, the sixties was where I saw the largest gap in ability. I trained three to four 62-67 year old women. One was a national swimmer and had amazing fitness, though she did lack strength, which is what we were working on. One could not get off the floor from a split squat and had a terrible base of fitness. I've had family members in their sixties hiking mountains and playing with grandkids and those who need assistance for daily movements. There is obviously context there, and many variables at play. But witnessing these differences is what brought the importance of mobility and strength to my mind as a trainer. Mobility, and many other pieces of fitness fall under “you don't use it, you lose it” 2 Increase muscle mass This might be an obvious one. But important nonetheless. I like to think of this in relationship to other tissues which the human body can be comprised of - mainly fat. If you're not building muscle, or largely comprised of muscle…and muscle is how we cause our bodies to MOVE, what are you made of? Truth is, a fair amount of that will be fatty tissues. Overall health benefits from hosting and maintaining muscle mass in comparison to fat mass. Muscle is harder to build for women than men. This is due to our natural make up as well as hormone profile. Not a bad thing, we can certainly build muscle, but we definitely have to be intentional about doing so. And muscle mass becomes harder to hang on to as we age. So the importance of building and maintaining becomes more and more pertinent. Dr Gabriel Lyon has so much research and information on this. I never thought of muscle as so metabolically advantageous until hearing her speak on several podcasts. Look her up.
Tired of dealing with slimy brown-spotted mushrooms in your refrigerator? And here's the worst part – these are the ones you've recently bought, so you haven't even had the chance to use them yet! Super frustrating, isn't it? Now mushrooms usually aren't cheap to buy, so you'll definitely want to keep the ones you buy fresh and usable for as long as possible. So HOW do you prevent store-bought mushrooms from going bad too fast, after you bring them home from the store…so you don't have to throw them away soon after? Listen in to find out! In this episode, I'll show you the best ways to pick and store fresh mushrooms, so they can stay in good condition longer in your fridge. That way you'll be able to maximize your food shopping dollars, lessen food wastage and keep eating plant-based on a budget. I hope this episode helps you in your plant-based diet transition! Next Steps: Grow -> Plant-Powered Life Transformation Course: www.plantnourished.com/ppltcourse Contact -> firstname.lastname@example.org Learn -> www.plantnourished.com Join the FB Community -> www.bit.ly/pbdietsuccess Apply -> Free Rapid Health Transformation Call: https://bit.ly/plantnourished Free Resource -> Quick Start Grocery Guide for Plant-Based Essentials: www.plantnourished.com/groceryguide
Did you know that feeling pretty can help you take on the world? In this episode that's what I'm talking about with the amazing Laura Geller. She knows all about “pretty.” Laura is the founder of a the wildly successful brand that she launched on QVC over 20 years ago. She has won accolades for being a savvy and successful entrepreneur and she is a brilliant marketer who keeps her line of products fresh and modern. I can personally share that Laura is warm, humorous, and most importantly relatable. Together, we dive into what it means to be pretty. When you feel pretty, you feel powerful and ready to take on whatever the world sends your way. Find your joy. Find your inner peace and tap into that whatever it may be. - Laura Geller Hear about Laura's 3 E's for looking pretty and why they are so important. I've followed this advice for years and it continues to serve me well. Laura and I also talk about the one cosmetic we will never give up and she gives a great tip about using it in an unexpected way. You're going to be inspired when you hear why Laura chose her career and why she made helping women look and feel beautiful her life's work. Find out why, for Laura, makeup is about empowerment. When you feel pretty, you feel powerful and ready to take on whatever the world sends your way. – Barbara Hannah Grufferman The beauty and cosmetics industry has always used young models and celebrities in their brand images and promotions. All of that shifted for the Geller brand when Laura trusted herself and leaned into the women who love her makeup; women who were 40+. It was a great business decision, and the proof is the incredible growth of the Laura Geller brand. I love that the women on her website and marketing are beautiful and relatable. Laura and I both lost our moms in recent years, and it was lovely to be able to talk about a few of our favorite memories. I'll have Laura back to talk us through her best make-up tips that work for everyone. Until then, we both hope you will embrace pretty in your life! Connect with Laura: Laura's YouTube Channel Laura Geller Website Amy's Answering Machine Connect with Barbara: Love Your Age: The Small-Step Solution to a Better, Longer, Happier Life Barbara Hannah Grufferman website Instagram @Barbara Hannah Grufferman Facebook @BarbaraHannahGruffermanAuthor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Austin and Pausha open the show by giving their thoughts on the current hot streak of Pausha's beloved Orlando Magic, and whether their success is sustainable throughout the rest of the season. Then, the guys discuss Devin Booker cementing himself as one of the most elite closers in the NBA before talking through Norris Cole's latest comments about the “lack of basketball IQ” in the league today.They close things out with their admiration of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, and Austin providing more context on the Chris Paul-Scott Foster beef. Hosts: Austin Rivers and Pausha Haghighi Producers: Brian H. Waters and Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In episode #2620, We delve into the impact of Google's search generative experience (SGE) on SEO traffic. SGE, an AI-generated response providing instant answers in search results, is poised to alter the click-through rate (CTR) model, resulting in lower CTRs for top-ranking positions. We stress the importance for content creators like us to produce comprehensive and up-to-date content to stay competitive in this evolving landscape. Furthermore, we observe a shift in user behavior, with longer search queries contributing to an elongated tail of search terms. Don't forget to help us grow by subscribing and liking on YouTube! Check out more of Eric's content (Leveling UP YT) and Neil's videos (Neil Patel YT) TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: (00:00) Today's topic: How SGE Will Dramatically Change Your SEO Traffic (00:33) SGE provides AI-generated responses and suggestions (01:26) SGE is cautious with financial and health advice (01:51) Post-SGE click-through rates for top positions decrease (02:25) SGE presence varies, affecting traffic differently for each query (03:02) Content creators should make thorough and updated content (04:06) Users won't wait more than 14.6 seconds for AI snapshots (04:37) Longer tail searches are becoming more common (05:54) That's it for today! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Michael King's article on SGE Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Single Grain
PREVIEW: Fom a longer conversation, the failure of the UN Civil Commission on Crimes Against Woman and Children. Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres @mhoenlein1 1920 Galilee
I never thought we'd see this day, but in this episode we're taking a look at the grand finale to the Swan Princess series! Luckily for us, this finale is crammed full of everything we love about the series: baffling story choices, weird tonal shifts, and those little glimmers of "That was actually pretty good!" that always kept us coming back for more. I wish this series never had to end, but I'm at least glad it's ending on more of the same nonsense I've come to love from the Swan Princess universe. So come and join us as we discuss among other things highly-conspicuous magician disguises, flying puffin dogs and the old men they frighten, and most important of all... the final status of the Rogers/Uberta ship.
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PREVIEW; In a much longer conversation, asking John Bolton if the Israeli ambition to dismantle Hamas is realistic? Ambassador Bolton was adamant in response. John Bolton, Daily Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2023/11/24/hamas-has-just-won-a-major-victory-over-israel/ 1920 Gaza
Karl Staib of Dig to Fly talks about why you should take longer vacations Episode 1152: Why You Should Take Longer Vacations by Karl Staib of Dig to Fly on How to Not Think About Work on Vacation Karl Staib is an author that seeks out growth at every turn. It's why he writes. He wants to process his thoughts and emotions, learn from them and share them with the world. He grew up in a little town in Pennsylvania called Pipersiville. He moved to Austin, TX in this mid twenties and now he is living in San Antonio with his wife and two boys. If you enjoy his writing, he encourages you to reach out to him at DigToFly.com. He wants to hear about how you've learned to grow from your own struggles. When his father passed it was focusing on gratitude that helped him get through one of the most difficult times in his life. It taught him the importance of bringing gratitude to every single situation. Whether it's a difficult situation like his father's death or amazing one like drinking ice cold tea by the river with his son. That's why he wants to bring more gratitude into the workplace. His work inside a fortune 500 company that regularly ranks in top 10 for best place to work has shown him the importance of gratitude and how it increases productivity and communication. If you want to learn more just go to DigToFly.com. He is also a big fan of traveling, meditation, Yoga, hikes in lush terrain and his family. The original post is located here: https://digtofly.com/why-you-should-take-longer-vacations/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Samantha Harris—a broadcaster who you know from co-hosting Dancing with the Stars alongside Tom Bergeron for seven seasons and hosting shows like E! News, Entertainment Tonight, and so many more—is the picture of health, and even wrote the book on it back in 2018. She's also a breast cancer survivor and learned firsthand that, at the end of the day, if your health is compromised, not much else matters. Today we have a wide ranging conversation about diet, exercise, and getting to our healthiest healthy—and don't forget to reach out to her via Instagram or Facebook for her clean beauty products PDF, which she has graciously offered to all of you listeners. Just DM her @samanthaharristv for this great resource. Your Healthiest Healthy: 8 Easy Steps to Take Control, Help Prevent and Fight Cancer, and Live a Longer, Cleaner, Happier Life by Samantha Harris
This episode is sponsored by Eckard Enterprises. To start empowering your financial future, visit www.EckardEnterprises.com Life Insurance: How does it work and do you really need it? Are you worth more or less alive or dead? What you need to know to protect yourself and your loved ones. In this episode of the Finance For Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about what type of life insurance you should own. When you are young and healthy, cover your life or earning potential because the risk of untimely death happening is extremely low, but the costs of income loss are extremely high. Topics Discussed: • Life Insurance Recommendations: Understand conflicts, know what to look for • Why get it? Tomorrow isn't guaranteed, avoid leaving family in a financial pinch • When to get it? Before you urgently need it, when everything is good • How much does it cost? Depends on health and age • How much will you need? Enough, but always told to buy more • How long will you need it? Longer the lock-in period, the more expensive • Insurance Industry: Agents receive a high percentage of premiums for policies • Advisor vs. Agent: What are the differences? Incentives? Disincentives? • Coverage Calculations: Identify the correct amount of death benefits based on goals • Types of Life Insurance Coverage: ◦ Human Life Value: Wrongful death determines lost earnings ◦ Financial Need Analysis: Maintain specific lifestyle, goals, assets, liabilities ◦ Term Life: Temporary death benefits for a set time period ◦ Permanent: Combines cost of term plus investment component ◦ Conditional: Secure coverage immediately before underwriting Links: Contact Finance For Physicians Finance For Physicians
PREVIEW: From a much longer conversation later tonight about Ukraine with Victor Davis Hanson who observes that the Spring offensive failed; and it is unlikely that a new Spring offensive can crack the Russian defenses, "It's time to stop the bloodbath," Victor Davis Hanson adds. Rome
#Previw: PREVIEW: From a much longer conversation later tonight with Gregory Copley re the State Visit of South Korea's President Yoon snd the First Lady to King Charles for a review of troops and a luncheon at Buckingham Palace and more: the diplomatic power of kingship. 1868 Buckingham Palace Gardens
PREVIEW: From a much longer conversation sbout the Gaza War later tonight with John Bolton, the ambassador asks a difficult question, "How crazy is it to let your adversary determine the length of the pause?' 1932 Gaza aerodrome
Want your business to stand out in a crowded market? It can be tough with everyone out there trying to scale, scale, scale. But what if I told you that the real key to success is doing the unscalable until you can't anymore? In this episode, I show you how to give your clients that wow factor that keeps them coming back again and again. Plus, I unpack the pros and cons of the scaling mindset and give you some tips on delivering those unscalable perks to your clients. The end result? A business with better customer service, higher retention, easier future sales, and an invaluable word-of-mouth marketing strategy. IN THIS EPISODE: - Tips for creating an unforgettable customer experience - The pros and cons of rapidly scaling - Understanding what scaling means for your unique business - Advice for making decisions that align with your goals RESOURCES - Apply for the Elite Mastermind HERE - Get involved in our Dinner Series HERE - Text DAILY to 310-421-0416 to get daily Money Mantras to boost your day. CONNECT WITH CHRIS Follow me: @chriswharder Visit my website: chrisharder.me Learn more about frello, my peer-to-peer lending app: frelloapp.com Follow frello: @frello_app
21 November 2023 6PM EST - David Clements and Apollo Live - Fraud Can No Longer Be Hidden - We Are Surrounded By Terrorists - Stand For Truth No Matter the Consequence. If you'd like to send a message to Congress, it's linked below! Follow us on Social Media: https://libertylinks.io/ConservativeDaily https://libertylinks.io/JoeOltmann https://libertylinks.io/Apollo Message to Congress - Trump At The Southern Border! Congress, CLOSE The Border - Stop This Invasion! - https://conservative-daily.com/border-crisis/trump-at-the-southern-border-congress-close-the-border-stop-this-invasion
PREVIEW: #Panama: From a much longer conversation later tonight with Evan Ellis on the overwhelming troubles in Panama City and the threatened destabilization of a propserous state. #NewWorldReport: Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis #NewWorldReportEllis 1913 Panama Canal Zone
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PREVIEW: From a much longer conversation later tonight with Evan Ellis of the Army War College, what of President-Elect Javier Milei's foreign policy? #NewWorldReport: Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis #NewWorldReportEllis 1900 Buenos Aires
PREVIEW: From a much longer conversation later tonight with Jerry Hendrix about the ambition of the PRC to catch up to and match the superior quiet Virginia class attack submarines in the US fleet. The #PRC has the industrial base thst the US no longer maintains. Jerry Hedrix @SagemoreInstitute 1916 Russsia St Petersberg