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If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“There are signs from the universe (or whatever your name for it is), every day, all around us - once you know what you're looking for.”________If a human could be described as a unicorn crossed with a rainbow - it would be today's guest. She makes you happier just being in her presence and the world is a better place with her in it. I'm talking about none other than the dynamo that is Zoe Sheridan. I was super excited about interviewing Zoe because it's not often you get a chance to have her on the ‘other side' of the mic being the legendary radio presenter she is. Zoe began her radio career with Triple M Adelaide and has since worked for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth radio on local and national shows for 2DayFM, Nova, WSFM, KISS. She is now, 20 years later, back with 2DayFM where you can hear her lovely tones & gorgeous personality in the morning slot. Zoe's also hosted TV shows including kid's game show, Challenger, co-hosted Russell Gilbert Live and The Catch Up. Zoe's talent for radio interviews got her noticed by the MTV crew and she was offered a job presenting Music News and co-hosted shows with David Campbell. Through radio and TV, Zoe has interviewed some big talents including Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Oasis, Janet Jackson, Mel Gibson, John Legend, Oliva Newton John, Kylie Minogue, John Travolta, Russell Crowe and Robin Williams. What Zoe is really passionate about is meditation and I've been lucky enough to experience some of her beautiful sessions. Zo teaches adults, teens and children and recently began teaching teachers 'how to teach meditation', which she is now turning into a book! Zoe has also taught meditation to her radio peers at SCA, ARN, NIDA students and Di Jones Real Estate, who saw an increase in sales after just one session! Her meditations are on Qantas and JetStar international and domestic flights and have just launched on iTunes. Zoe's passion has taken her to Brazil, India and the USA where she ran adult and children's meditation for members at SOHO House. Zoe's big news is that she's about to start her very own podcast (you heard it hear first people) and it will be a ripper - so look out for that. I couldn't wait to talk to this divine human, so please enjoy the fascinating topics Zoe Sheridan has in store for us. ____For more information about Zoe, check out these places;-Instagram: @zoesheridan11Linkedin: Zoe SheridanHead to michellejcox.com for more information about the ONE QUESTION podcast, your host or today's guestsConnect with Michelle on Linkedin here:- @MichelleJCoxConnect with Michelle on Instagram here:- @michellejcoxConnect with Michelle on Facebook here - @michellejcoxAND, if you have a burning topic you'd love people to talk more about, or know someone who'd be great to come on the One Question podcast, please get in touch;- email@example.com
Do you ever feel like your hormones are out of control? You're not alone. In fact, many women in their 40s and 50s struggle with hormonal imbalances. But what if I told you that there's a way to help balance your hormones naturally? Spinal fitness has a lot to do with hormone balance. When your spine is out of alignment, it can put pressure on your nerves and cause hormonal imbalances. But when your spine is in alignment, it helps your nervous system function properly, which can help balance your hormones. Joining us in this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast is Eileen Durfee, an inventor, businesswoman, and practitioner of spinal fitness. She has developed a unique system of exercises that helps people achieve proper alignment and balance in their bodies. Eileen is here to share with us how spinal fitness can help balance our hormones. Her journey to overcome her health issues led her to become an inventor and businesswoman, with six (6) utility patents and three (3) design patents, and more in process. She founded her own health company, Creatrix Solutions LLC, to create and distribute natural healing products worldwide. She offers various health solutions through online web stores, including spinal fitness equipment, near-infrared saunas, air purifiers, ozone generators, and healing food salts. In this episode, Eileen shares: The connection between your spine and your hormones How spinal fitness can help balance your hormones What you can do to improve your spinal fitness And much more! If you're struggling with hormonal imbalances, this episode is for you. Tune in now to learn how spinal fitness can help you balance your hormones naturally. (00:00): Joseph Murphy said, “Whatever you give attention to will grow, magnify and multiply in your experience.” And my guest today, Eileen Durfee, says that this was key in her recovery from her myriad health conditions. And I'm gonna tell you about that evolution and what's important for you to know regarding your hormones and spinal fitness. Stay tuned. (00:23): So the big question is, how do women over 40 like us keep weight off, have great energy, balance our hormones and our moods, feel sexy and confident, and master midlife? If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself Again. As an ob-gyn, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy after 40, to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results and to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges. Join me for tangible, natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston. Welcome to the Hormone Prescription Podcast. (01:17): Hey everybody, welcome back to another episode of the Hormone Prescription. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am really grateful to have my guest today and excited to just share her with you because this is very impactful information that you're not gonna hear about in a lot of places. But it's super important. And if you miss this step, you'll probably never get your hormones quite right, so you don't wanna miss it. But it's kind of one of these little known hormone facts that you need to know, like what does your spinal fitness have to do with your hormones? If you listened to me long enough, you know that I've talked about this before, but not all the time, and you almost never hear anyone else talk about spinal integrity and hormones. So we're going to get into that. I'm gonna tell you a little bit about Eileen and then we'll get started. (02:10): She has a very extensive resume, so I'm gonna give you the highlights. But she's basically an inventor and practitioner. She has a engineering background in her brain is built, really built differently from a lot of peoples in that she's always thinking mechanics, how things work and how to improve things. So when she had her married health problems, which she will share with you in the episode, this engineering background really served her in coming up with solutions and particularly solutions around what is called spinal fitness. Not sure what that is. Stay tuned cause we're gonna tell you. And she even has some tips on figuring out your spinal fitness and if it's not great ways to help you improve it. So without further ado, welcome. I lead to the podcast. (03:03): Well, thank you for having me. (03:05): I'm excited for you to talk about your journey. A lot of the women listening are really struggling with their health. They're struggling to find answers and that's a part of your story. And it was through your struggle with your health problems that you overcame them and you really have developed a lot of programs and products to help other people. So I think it's very instructive. If you could share a little bit about your story briefly so that people know everything you've had to overcome and kind of some of the things we're gonna talk about today. (03:42): Oh, I, I've been in pain my whole life from the time I was born to growing nine inches in three months in height and being ran over by a car. Then after I got a silver filling, becoming allergic to everything, having problems with candida, my hormones, Hashimotos, just hair falling out, psoriasis not being able to sleep. Just a ton of issues. And I just had this underlying feeling that, you know, my body wasn't made to have just necessarily medications that I tried diets and detoxification protocols and all these things and I started putting the pieces to the puzzle together so that my body could, you know, function, you know, without having so much medications and to, you know, have a more energetic life. Cuz really everything is about energy. We wanna be able to sleep well, wake up, have energy to li you know, live our life. (04:48): And before it's like I didn't have any of that. And so I've tried a lot of gizmos. I mean a lot of the listeners probably have a lot of stuff that they bought that's just on the shelf in the garage. They're not using, you know, cuz it's like you have to develop this lifestyle and have things that are easy to use that you can feel a difference cuz there's no silver bullet to health. So I really looked at environmental toxins. You know, what you're breathing, what you're drinking, what you're putting on your skin. And then even if we lived in a bubble so to speak, we'd still have toxins, especially with a lot of genetic mutations that we have that we're not able to eliminate these things. So I developed gizmos to like help us do that. But a overlooked aspect really is how much energy does your body waste in holding your body? Erecting gravity, how many people have back pain, how many people have tight muscles? If we can just kind of improve that and open up our nerves to all of our organs, everything's gonna work better. And so I look at a whole body approach. (05:57): Okay, thank you for sharing that. And you know, you've been through so much with your health, you listed so many problems. I think there are a lot of women listening who can identify with that. And Eileen shared her age with me before we started. She doesn't look her age at all and you could see her on the video. So she's doing something right. You mentioned something. So the, the podcast is the hormone prescription and I try to try and tie everything into hormones. We are going to be focusing on a spinal fitness and structure, but we're gonna tie in a lot of other health concerns into this episode. So you definitely wanna stay tuned. But I wanna start off by sharing something that you're probably not gonna hear in a lot of places. And this was taught to me when I worked in Atlanta by a very astute, intelligent chiropractor. (06:51): As functional doctors, we go the next step as a mainstream doctor, when I, I just had a small toolbox of pill for every ill surgery, for every symptom. But then when I became fellowship trained in anti-aging, metabolic and functional medicine, I got a bigger toolbox and I started looking at the physiologic, biochemical and hormonal function of the body. And we worked with the body systems, but I didn't realize there was something else missing. And that was structural integrity. So Eileen mentioned as she was sharing her story about this kind of alignment that needs to happen to open up your nerve plexes, it also helped your blood vessels to flow more freely the blood through your body. And that means you're hormones, which is part of your nervous system if you've been listening to the podcast long enough, you know, that's the fact. And so it was this concept of when you are not aligning your musculoskeletal system properly, it puts these very small kinks in your nerves, your blood vessels, your subtle energy bodies, and it stops everything from working properly, including your hormones. (08:02): So I wanna start the whole discussion from that perspective. I want everyone to get that how important this is. It's not, oh I slept funny and my neck's outta balance and I just need to go to the chiropractor to get it popped back because I don't want my neck to hurt. It's the fact that your body, and most of us, he showed me my posture was he imitated me and I have this hilarious picture of him kind of twisting and he is like, so all your nerves and vessels are twisted that way. So it's about your hormones functioning that crick in your neck, the fact that your feet are half a centimeter off, right? You have hip misalignment, which most of us have. Your hormones aren't functioning properly because of that. So I know I've said a lot, but I really wanna draw everybody's attention to the importance of this. So how did you zero in on spinal fitness through this huge health journey that you had? Eileen, let's talk about how you zeroed in on that and really how did that become a big part of your (09:05): Recovery? Well, after being ran over by a car, I mean I'd been to neurologist, everything else they said I'd never be able to lift my hands. My arms up, shoulders up. It was like daggers being, you know, stabbed into my chest every time I took a breath. And I went to a chiropractor who did a lot of adjustments. But he taught exercises and not just exercises to strengthen certain muscles, but exercises that would get you an S-shaped spine. Now that's what's not known is the benefits of an S-shaped spine and why you want it, how to get it. Mm-Hmm. . So with an S-shaped spine, you know your head is more balanced over your pelvis and the bones aren't so stacked on top of each other. Before you're 18, your body is busy increasing the size and developing the spinal disc tissue specifically. And then it'll stop increasing and growing those after you're 18. (10:18): So you no longer have this pumping action to get nutrients in your disc or the waste products out. But if you do have that S shaped spine, it acts like a shock absorber where there's a pumping action where it pumps nutrients in, takes waste products out, keeps the spinal discs hydrated. So whenever you lose or don't have the S-shaped spine, then it's more compression and you go into disc degeneration and then you have tight muscles because people are really into stretching, which is great. Mm-Hmm. , however tight muscles exist because of gravity. You can't change the muscle attachments to bones. Okay. So when you have tight muscles, you really have to start thinking, do I have that S shape, spinal curvature, for instance, if all the listeners were to stand up and then fill their hamstrings, how many of them would have tight hamstrings? Almost every single person, (11:21): I wanna just interrupt you for a second cause a lot of people know what you're talking about, S shape, other people don't. So can you explain to them what should they be looking for to to know if they have an S shaped spine? What is that curvature? (11:35): Okay, the curvature, when we're born, we're a C shape. And when grandpa's old, he's like a C shape, you know, holding onto a cane, right? So in between, you know, we're born with that C shape and what our body does is it develops these lordotic curves where we get a low back curve and a neck curve. Okay. So our spine is in an S shape or should be. Okay. And so the benefits to that are is in gravity. Like your hamstrings for instance, are only designed for running, jumping or like if you're gonna launch an object, they're involved in the thrust. Mm-Hmm . But otherwise the hamstrings should have no effort on 'em, period. None. And the reason why they're tight is your short pastoral muscles, they're not very strong, they can't exert that tension that you need for very long. So the hamstrings begin to help those short postal muscles. (12:38): So then like if you're gonna have a stride link, say you're a runner, if the hamstrings are tight because you don't have that a shape in your, you know, leaning forward. So you have all this extra pounds coming down as compression on your neck, you know, and all these things then that fast twitch muscle recruitment of the hamstrings are dedicated to keep you from falling flat, you know, because of gravity. And it will take it away. It won't let you have it for, you know, athletic performance. Mm-Hmm. or whatever. So you can tell right away if you have the s shape curve by, if you have high tight hamstrings, you don't have it. You know, how far can you bend over when you hinge at your hips? You know, if you can't put your palms flat on the floor, you don't have an S-shaped curve then mm-hmm. (13:27): , if you jump up and you land forward or backward instead of in the same spot, when you try to jump as high as you can, that's indicative of poor posture. Mm-Hmm. , if you raise your hands straight up and they're not along your ears, most people they're pointing, you know, maybe even 15 degrees forward, 20, 30 degrees. That's indication of, you know, the neck not having the right curvature. So it's limiting, you know, your shoulders from moving your arms up rotating your head, looking with your eyes and turning a lot of people with really bad neck posture won't lead with the eyes, they'll lead with their chin. And then even sitting down, just taking a deep breath in and putting your, you know, hands claps behind your head, you know? Mm-Hmm. . So is your low back curve, does it have a low back curve in it or is it more flat? (14:25): Those are, that's like the evaluation. And I have a free PDF guide that you can download on how to perform this evaluation and what it tells you about the posture. And that is okay, how Dr. Sugar helped the New England Patriots pick players for years, they didn't spend much money on players cuz they were using his techniques to evaluate, you know, athletic ability because it's like a car with a bent crank shaft, you know, your motor's gonna seize, it's gonna, you know, and your spine is a mechanical device like a, a crank shaft in a motor. And so if it's out of tolerance, you're gonna be grinding up bone edges, deteriorating discs and you're not gonna have athletic ability. And so it's really kind of easy to tell if you have enough shaped spine or not and you'll feel it with tight muscles and limited mobility or maybe even pain. (15:21): But I mean, I've been traveling a lot and I will sit in an airport when I'm waiting watching how many s shaped spines can identify. I mean, I was there for hours and I saw two people with an S-shaped spine. It is epidemic, it's a hundred billion a year problem for low back pain alone in America. So just think of all the energy you're spending fighting gravity. And we have a system where you can get the S-shaped curve, you know, before now, I mean even physical therapists, they didn't know how to give it to people or to train for people to have it mm-hmm. , but they're, and so why are we losing our S shape? Most people never get it. And that's, especially with the electronic devices, cuz we're forward head posture a lot. We're, you know, we're looking down. So it's the repetitive motions that we're, you know, sustaining without, It's kind of like eating candy before bed and not flushing, flossing and brushing your teeth. (16:25): You know, you, you've gotta do stuff to reverse the effects of gravity. Besides the fact that there are exercises that are being taught to increase muscle that actually reduce the curves. They're detrimental. We're teaching the children wrong, we're not helping them develop an S shaped spine. So all this like what exercises? Like a regular, a regular sit up, for instance, you know, you, you bend and so you're creating posterior shear because the, there's these bones upper and lower on each vertebrae that have facet bones mm-hmm. . And when those separate then you know, the, the vertebrae can twist or whatever. But it's not encouraging a low back curve when you're doing a regular sit up. So what we, what Dr. Sugar did is he created like a fulcrum. You think of a teeter-totter, if it's balanced with the fulcrum in the middle, it's really pretty easy. (17:29): But like if you wanna move a boulder for instance, you have a long bar, but you put the fulcrum really close down there so you can use a hundred pounds to move 500. All right. So what we do with these exercises, we put the fulcrum underneath the body, so we eliminate posture, your shear, and then we put a load on the body. So it's like where the fulcrum is not in the center. So when you put the weight on top of the body, it's creating where you have to have 500 pounds to move 100. So you're putting absolute tension on these certain muscles that with that curve, that fcr underneath you, it induces the curvature. So there's a sit up exercise, there's a, that works external obliques and that because of the groove in the cushion helps to pick segmental posture. So if somebody has a slight scoliosis or vertebrae sublux out to the left or the right, it's like a train on a train track, it lets a spin float catches the transverse process and it'll actually adjust your back as you arch over it. (18:39): And then again, because of that absolute tension and that, you know, kind of like a half of a ball that you're, you're laying over, it's going to induce the low back curvature. Then we do a pelvic tilt, which he initially started having us do a standing pelvic tilt. You know where that is really good for the hips. You talked about people having legs unequal cuz you know, they'll have, you know, half their trip hip rotated forward like you know, our gas pedals on the right and if we're right handed, most right-hand people, their hip is twisted forward. Yeah. And that, and then that shortens that leg. And so what we can do to strengthen the hips is doing a pelvic tilt. But he had it where you lay over this cushion where you can put your L five, L four, L three in this groove and then you get your upper body taught where your recs muscles tight, you're putting absolute tension on that recs. (19:39): Then you put weight on top of the body on your iliac hips. And when you do that pelvic tilt because of the direction of muscle pull and the leverage you've created it actually shes the L five vertebrae back on the L four. So if you have like a, her created disc like Luke Rockhold UFC fighter that, that Joe Rugged wanted to have, have spinal surgery, I went over there, taught him this exercise on the power cushion and within two weeks he got rid of his herniated disc without surgery. And so it's just using leverage physics, you know, compression and sheer forces in a good way. The problem without having a neck shaped spine is, you know, we talked about the facet bones. If you have bone on bone, there's no muscle to have to weaken. It's so strong, it's like a vice. And when you have that S-shaped curve, the sheer forces push bone on bone. (20:39): As soon as you don't have the S-shaped curve, gravity reverses. So then it puts the strain on your ligaments and your muscles and your inner spins muscles. And people sometimes don't think about it, but the disc in your spine is actually a ligament too. So they don't stretch like a rubber band. When you have enough, you know, you got all those tight muscles, you got that back pain, that means you're putting, you know, some undue stress and tearing on your spinal disc, which then can herniate and, and people are, you know, getting back surgeries, infusions all because they don't have the S-shaped curve because the doctors don't know how to give it to people. But this was proven Dr. Sugar did like a 15 year study with Jennifer Stone and Bob beaten from the US Olympic team and Ron O'Neill, who was the trainer at the New England Patriots for 26 years. (21:37): And then Smitty from York Barbell who was the Olympic heavy weightlifting coach. They all did this study. And for the first time since Leon Neuro DaVinci and Belli in 1680, they only did partial spinal biomechanics. But they did every single vertebrae in the spine in position calculating the mechanical advantage of the S shaped spine versus, you know, forward head posture, loss of curb or the straight military spine and determined all the compression forces and sheer forces at every vertebrae. And it was proven that there's a 15 to one mechanical advantage to have an S-shaped spine. And it they every much Huh? For (22:29): Everyone. For everyone. Not just athletes, (22:31): Right? Yeah. Every, everyone. And then they found out that with these four exercises that you do and you start with only five 10 reps, it, it's nothing like a huge dedicated program. They found out there's lung as your spine wasn't naturally or surgically fused, you could get the S-shaped curve in 12 weeks doing these exercises three to five times a week. Awesome. And I just came back from Las Vegas at the physical therapy in orthopedic conference and I had the equipment there, and I asked people to do 10 reps of four exercises, but I would have them bend over first and turn their head, you know, do the evaluation. The worst improvement I got of everyone that was there was two inches of reach bending over and one inch turning their head either way. The best I got was nine inches. Bending over their hamstrings were so tight, but in 10 reps of four exercises they got nine inches of reach and three inches in turning their head. (23:39): Either way I had one gal, cuz these are people that are inflection, they're bent over working on people that are injured doing physical therapy exercises using their arms. This one gal did all the exercises. Day one, she came back at the end of day two and said, I always have pain under my scapula. I always have pain when I'm lifting my arms and I always have low tight back muscles. She said, I wanna tell you, I sat in classes for two days, had no tight, low back, had no pain in my scapula and I could raise my arms without pain. And that was at the end of day two, these exercises. That's the thing is is I'm 60 years old and I know the women that are listening, life keeps life and we've got a lot of stuff and commitments that we have to do and it's hard for us to make a routine to change our life, you know, And it really helps when we can do something once and have such a significant improvement that it sells itself. (24:44): It's like, man, I really feel a lot better when I do these things. You know? And that's what's fantastic about spinal fitness is, is that you can beat gravity, you can get rid of that pain, those tight muscles. But best of all is again, like you mentioned earlier, is like when your nerves are pinched, you know, from our brain, all of the signals to our organs go through that. And you know everyone when when you got tight muscles and pain, you've got pinched nerves. So it's not getting, its optimal communication to form its function. And so you really do have to think that the structure is one of the most important things because it's also very an anti-aging. See a lot of people will do all kinds of stuff for anti-aging and there's just a lot of technology out there and I use a lot about myself. (25:47): It's fantastic. But if you don't get the S shaped spine, you know, and your muscles are fatigued and everything else, your body's so smart, it's gonna help you. It's gonna start adding calcification on the front of these vertebraes to help it stand you, you know, to help you with gravity. Mm-Hmm . Cause your muscles don't have to be tight. So then you're gonna get stiff and old and you're gonna start developing that C shape curve and you're gonna have permanent reduced nerve capacity, you know, to your organs and you're just gonna age, you are gonna premature the age unless you get that shaped spine. (26:28): Wow. So I hope everybody is hearing this. So maybe you're someone who's the majority of women that 40 to 60 and older have had episodes of back pain, if not chronic back pain. And so maybe that's you or maybe you don't have back pain and you wanna make sure that you don't get it or have any disc problems in the future. So at the end Eileen does have a download, like she said, where you can kind of do these tests for your s curvature and also some exercises. But one of the things I really notice in reading your bio and talking to you just before the podcast and also during the podcast, you have been through so much and you have this incredible engineering technical mind that has helped you to think about these health challenges that you've encountered in a really unique and technical kind of solution focused strategy way. (27:26): And you shared some quotes with me that you love, I I wanna share this one by Joseph Murphy. And then I want to ask if you could talk a little bit about how you've had the mental toughness to go through the things you've been through and not only survive through them, but thrive and become so passionate that you've created innovative tools for other people. And the quote from Joseph Murphy, Mur Murphy who I love, is whatever you give attention to will grow, magnify and multiply in your experience. So could you talk a little bit about what that means to you and how this has served you and what other mindset tools you use to thrive through everything you've been through? (28:09): You know, I've naturally been one of those people that no matter what's wrong or what challenges that are before me is a glass that's always half full and, and that there's always a solution. I, I don't know, I think it's, you know, because of my family environment, maybe how my father was so into perfectionism and you know, I sought his approval where my sister went the opposite direction. But I've just always had this drive that, you know, the answers never know there's always a solution. And then over the years I've, you know, done a lot of reading because it's like I, every single day I, I don't know, I have this hunger to learn, you know, and nothing ever stays the same and you just can't keep on doing the same thing over and over. So I'm always reading, always learning. And when I came across Dr. (29:08): Joseph Murphy, I realized that the reason why I was able to get out of that bad situation and then to create solutions is because of my focus and the hope that I had. You know, which naturally came to me. But now I utilize that, those tools even more. Mm-Hmm , there's a lot of, you know, things that, you know, thought life is huge. And for women, I didn't have any brothers so I was more of a tomboy with my dad. I mean, I ran machines, drove the backhoe. You don't know how to frame. And you know, just, I like all guy stuff, you know, I, I I'm real mechanical and you know, a lot of women, you know, they have these challenges and I just realized that what you think about in your thoughts, you know, a lot of women, it's like there was this funny movie with Mel Gibson in where he could hear the thoughts of women and they were just all racing, Did I leave the coffee pump? (30:16): Did I do this? Did I do that? You know? And so it's like when you really realize it, like my own daughter, she has all the this thought life and you know, and I just realized that, that I didn't have a lot of that. My thought life is about visualizing mechanically maybe how to build something to solve a solution. And it's like I do a lot of work in my mind that way instead of thinking about the worst thing or the fear or this or that. But I know that women in general, I'm more left brained, you know, they're more right brained and so they might really think a lot about things. And so I've really tried to, you know, help people realize, you know, just observe your thoughts. I think a really good tip would be to just kind of like observe your thoughts for a while. (31:08): What are you, what are you really thinking about? What are you spending your time thinking about? And then maybe take steps to change or replace some of those thoughts. I mean, you know, you can get audiobooks of Joseph Murphy that you know that he's really fantastic. There's a lot of other people out there too. But our thought life can really even impact our hormones, our mood and emotions. Cuz everything is energy. So if we can transform our thought life, we're gonna transform our body, we're gonna transform our hormones, we're gonna transform so many things. And I think that was my strong point kind of naturally being wired towards that way of thinking. Mm-Hmm . But then I just didn't want that to be accidental. I wanted to like improve. So, you know, I'm constantly learning. So I think that's a really good thing is to, you know, be curious and know that nothing here stays the same and that little tiny hinges move giant doors. So sometimes the simplest little tiny things that we change can like dramatically improve our life. (32:23): I love that quote. Little tiny hinges move giant doors. That's so true. You know, sometimes it can be so simple and you've offered so much important information for everybody here today, Eileen. I really appreciate it. It, I really, this is a pet peeve of mine because I think even a lot of us functional docs don't stress the importance of structural integrity of the mu low skeletal system. And we really do a disservice to people when we don't. So I appreciate you coming and sharing light on this. You've got a great gift. We'll have the link in the show notes, so if you're driving, don't try to write it down. We'll have it in the show notes and tell everybody what they'll get there. There are a few different downloads for free that they're gonna get, right? (33:11): Yes. There's I think five or six documents and these were rewritten based on Dr. Sugar's work and it goes into exercises to avoid that can actually put strain and stress on your back and reduce your curves. And then ones that we encourage or how to do a modified instead of a standing curl with weight, sit down and do a preacher's curl with weight. So you take the stress off the low back, just tips like that. So there's document just about the exercises that to avoid and what we recommend. Then there's one on just how to do the Netflix flexion cuz you know, we're forward head posture where we're sitting at our desks. So there's just a simple exercise that you can do even with your fingertips or with the neck shaper device to help bring your head back, reverse the gravitational effects. And so there's a collection document, then there's a sit up document. (34:19): Even without a power cushion you can actually take a sleeping bag with duct tape and create yourself that fulcrum to exercise over. Mm-Hmm. . And it talks about the reasons why you don't wanna do a regular sit up and how to do the sit up correctly and what muscles it strengthens. Those kinds of things. The same way with a, a pelvic tilt, you know, it explains all of that. And then a really important thing, one of the first things Dr. Sugar had me do after I was ran over by the car was take ordinary bath towels and roll them a special way and then do a back twist. Cuz you know, I talked about your body's not giving the nourishment to the discs anymore cause you're supposed to have that shaped spine. So your, your discs are like a dried out kitchen sponge. So we can do this twist to cause 'em to go to a gel state. (35:18): Then we can lay over these rolls. So we take gravity out of the picture cuz gravity is why you have tight muscles. So as your muscles loosen, it encourages increasing proper curvature. And we have special roll now that act like a brace where you're laying there, you actually hear your bone snap just laying the relaxing because when the muscles let go mm-hmm. , it's like a groove on it. And so that it teaches you how to do that. So all these free guides, you don't have to buy anything. You can, I show you how to makeshift what you got at home to do these things, to start getting back pain relief. (35:57): Awesome. Thank you so much for those wonderful gifts, Eileen, Thank you for your journey and all that you've created to help people and for this incredible information. Thanks so much for joining us today. (36:09): Well thank you for having me (36:11): And thank you all for joining us for another episode of The Hormone Prescription with Dr. Kirin. I hope that you'll put into action something that you've learned here today. Frankly, I think each and every one of you needs to download the guides and see if you have the s curvature in your spine. And if you don't, you need to get about the business of working to get the S curvature back if you had it before, or to get it for the first time. Because not only will that help to eliminate back pain potentially, but you're going to help your entire biochemistry and physiology to function better, including your hormones. So if nothing else, I hope that you take action. Thanks so much for joining me. I'll see you again next week. Until then, peace, love, and hormones y'all. (37:02): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40 when we learn to speak hormones and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it if you give me a review and subscribe. It really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com where we have some free gifts for you, and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation. Until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon. ► FREE Exercise PDF guides by Eileen Durfee Are You Ready to Improve, Restore, and Maintain an Ideal S-Shape Spinal Posture? Instead of training and exercising in a way that accentuates or creates an "incorrect" neutral spine, use our FREE PDF guides (see below) to learn the exercises for improving, restoring, and maintaining an ideal S-shaped spinal posture! CLICK HERE to download. ► Feeling tired? Can't seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try? It might be time to check your hormones. Most people don't even know that their hormones could be the culprit behind their problems. But at Her Hormone Club, we specialize in hormone testing and treatment. We can help you figure out what's going on with your hormones and get you back on track. 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This week's podcast welcomes back a legend in the history of Hollywood, Dan Romanelli who created WB Consumer Products and helped bring Michael Jordan to Space Jam! You can already listen to the first appearance of this former Head of WB Products in the archives where he goes in-depth with Space Jam's production, Mel Gibson opening WB stores and so much more! In this episode, we hear some of the ways Tweety was re-invigorated for consumer products as well as current projects with Mad Max and Clint Eastwood's company, MALPASO Productions. Movies Discussed: Looney Tunes Back in Action! Comment below with your favorite Looney Tunes Theatrical Experience! FOLLOW and SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST: @ThisMeansPod. Rate, Subscribe & Like on iTunes, Spotify and more! Instagram: @THIS MEANS PODCAST
On this episode of Our American Stories, Father Stu is a motion picture starring Mark Wahlberg (who plays Father Stu) and Mel Gibson. It is based on the true life story of Father Stuart Long, the Golden Gloves Heavyweight Boxing Champion-turned-Catholic priest. We'd like to thank the Diocese of Helena, MT, for providing the footage you are about to hear of Father Stuart Long. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trapped in a time loop that constantly repeats the day of his murder, a former special forces agent must unlock the mystery behind his untimely demise. Starring: Frank Grillo, Naomi Watts, Mel Gibson, MichelleYeoh. Check out our Top Ten time travel movie lists Check out @time_pop_pod on Instagram & TikTok Please Like, Subscribe, and tell a friend about the triumphant return of Time Pop. Send questions and comments and movie recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org Find more great podcasts here at What Sounds Awesome from We Mixed It Podcast Lineup! Time Travel Movies - Time Pop Comedy Spirituality - All the Answers Fitness Nutrition - Truth Not Trends The Wheel of Time - Thank the Light Awesome Women - Be Brave Fitness Nutrition - That Fitness Couple
Do you know someone with a bad temper? Bad tempers come in different types. One type is holding grudges. Another is the short fuse. Quick-tempered people snap. They go from quiet to mad as fast as a spark lights a blow torch. The slightest provocation and they roar with anger. Many celebrities have reputations for quick tempers. Alec Baldwin, Mel Gibson and Charlie Sheen are some. Adam Sandler is another. And Sandler knows it. He thinks he's calmer now. Recently Sandler said, “I used to go nuts. I had a quick temper, quick reactions. I made a lot of dumb mistakes and said a lot of stupid things. Looking back on relationships . . . I was selfish. I was competitive with other comedians and stuff."* Did you notice he understands how destructive a quick temper is to relationships? It destroys trust. That's why the description of love in I Corinthians 13:5 says, “It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” (NIV) If you ask most of us if we are loving, we'd say “yes.” I can't imagine anyone saying they aren't loving. But maybe we should check whether we are loving with other questions. Such as, how short is your fuse? When was the last time you lost your temper? In order to love other, slow your anger to a snail-like pace. *Benjamin VanHoose, "Adam Sandler Admits He Was 'Selfish' in Past Relationships: 'I'm Calmer Than I Used to Be'," People quoted by Yahoo! News, September 21, 2022, https://news.yahoo.com/adam-sandler-admits-selfish-past-135955006.html How to leave a review: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/rate-and-review/ Visit Elmer Fuller's author website at: https://www.elmerfuller.com/ Bumper music “Landing Place” performed by Mark July, used under license from Shutterstock.
Episodio donde contestamos preguntas de Patreon con todos estos temazos! El álbum de música más triste, la posibilidad de tener tu "Hall Pass" con tu pareja cuando una famosa llega a ser tu cuñada, escuchar canciones de Disney mientras estás en la cama pasionalmente, cuando Mel Gibson se enojó después del jacuzzi, discusión sobre el futuro del contenido original en películas, el terror cósmico y la reseña (con spoilers) sobre Black Adam!! Escúchanos: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / YouTube Apóyanos: patreon.com/holamsupernova Síguenos: Instagram/ Twitter/ TikTok @holamsupernova
Tina Podlodowski, party chair of the Washington State Democratic Party canceled an interview her team scheduled with us. What's she afraid of? Seattle Way - There's a massive budget deficit and Ari has the solution The Swamp- Biden has doomed the democrats with more gaffes over the weekend Woke report
I've spoken to many people in the film business over the years but today's guest is one of the hardest working craftsman I've had the pleasure of sitting down with. Today on the show we have screenwriter, producer and director, Mark L. Smith. If you look at his IMDB you'll see a list of 15 projects at various stages of development. He's come a long way from entering the Hollywood scene some 15 years ago with his fear-striking horror screenwriting and directorial debut, Séance in 2006.Read Mark L. Smith's ScreenplaysMark stumbled onto writing as a hobby during off-seasons at his family's ranch where he worked after college. Self-taught, some workshops and an inventory of specs later, his path crossed Mel Gibson's - who bought Smith's first-ever script written in 2001.From then onwards, he's been credited for successful writing and producing for hits like The Revenant (2015) and Overlord (2018) and The Midnight Sky which was just released in 2020, starring the incomparable, George Clooney.In Overload, a small group of American soldiers finds horror behind enemy lines on the eve of D-Day.While producing his directorial debut horror, film Séance, with friend of the show and veteran producer Suzanne Lyons, Smith was also a writer on Vacancy in 2006. You will hear more in the interview of his experience navigating the world of filmmaking on both sets, as a rookie, and the village of support he received.Vacancy follows the unfortunate adventure of a married couple who becomes stranded at an isolated motel and finds hidden video cameras in their room. They soon realize that unless they escape, they'll be the next victims of a snuff film.After Vacancy, many horror projects started to open up for Smith. He worked those for a while until it felt old and he had the urge to do something different. That's when he co-wrote the revisionist western script for The Revenant with legendary director, Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu. The film was based in part on Michael Punke's 2002 novel by the same title. You can watch the remarkable Making of documentary of The Revenant here.Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Will Poulter, and Domhnall Gleeson, the story sets in the 1820s, where a frontiersman, Hugh Glass, sets out on a path of vengeance against those who left him for dead after a bear mauling.The twist and turns that caused delayed production of the film and its eventual success will pique your interest. The Revenant became an instant commercial and artistic success. It grossed $533 million worldwide, earned 11 Oscar nominations, 3 Golden Globe awards, and 5 BAFTA awardsMark recently wrote The Midnight Sky that released last year, starring George Clooney. It is a screen adaptation of Lily Brooks-Dalton's novel, ‘Goodmorning, Midnight' which is a post-apocalyptic tale that follows a lonely scientist in the Arctic, as he races to stop Sully and her fellow astronauts from returning home to a mysterious global catastrophe.I had an absolute ball speaking to Mark. He's one of the hardest working screenwriters in Hollywood. We discuss everything from The Revenant, genius-level tips on how to adapt a book to the screen to what it was like work with Quentin Tarantino on the Star Trek script that has yet to be made. If you pray, please pray to the Hollywood Gods that Mark and Quentin's Star Trek gangster film sees the light of day.Enjoy this conversation with Mark L. Smith.
Director Romuald Boulanger joins Matthew Pejkovic on the Matt's Movie Reviews Podcast to talk about his new movie 'On the Line', a thriller that stars Mel Gibson as a late night radio DJ who is terrorised by a caller who claims to be have taken his family hostage. Support Matt's Movie Reviews Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=33903624 TeePublic: https://tinyurl.com/2p9c5kpn Amazon: tinyurl.com/2p98rf6r Follow Matt's Movie Reviews! Website: http://mattsmoviereviews.net Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Matts-Movie-Reviewsnet/151059409963 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MattsMovieReviews LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/1036986/admin/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/mattsmovierev MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/mattsmoviereviews
The weekly movie reviews hit the dozen mark again with Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy. They remind you of this year's Sundance entry from indie sci-fi masters Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Something In The Dirt). Eva Green is either going nuts or has a very bad nanny (Nocebo) and Andrea Riseborough stars in a film that may get itself compared to Rocky Horror (Please Baby Please). The pair wade through a couple of thrillers that reset themselves including a noir wannabe (The Minute You Wake Up Dead) and Mel Gibson in a Phone Booth situation in a radio station (On The Line). Steve has words for James Gray's new film (Armageddon Time) and the duo have lovely words for a documentary about the Mars Rover mission (Good Night Oppy). Funny women headline a pair of comedies including Toni Collette & Anna Faris in a Greedy-esque tale of will hunting (The Estate) and Jillian Bell & Natalie Morales star in a tale about friendship, regret and aliens (I'm Totally Fine). Millie Bobbie Brown returns as the sister of the famous detective (Enola Holmes 2) and Jennifer Lawrence stars with Brian Tyree Henry in a tale of trauma and friendship (Causeway). Finally, the internet finally got the biopic they wanted with Daniel Radcliffe starring as the world's renown song parodist (Weird: The Al Yankovic Story). 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Something In The Dirt 11:05 - Nocebo 18:39 - Please Baby Please 26:13 - On The Line 35:53 - The Minute You Wake Up Dead 49:51 - The Estate 59:52 - Armageddon Time 1:09:07 - I'm Totally Fine 1:22:17 - Enola Holmes 2 1:32:50 - Good Night Oppy 1:48:15 - Causeway 1:57:09 - Weird: The Al Yankovic Story 2:10:34 - Outro
Ian and David hop in the booth, pump up the volume, and turn into a coupla real cranks with their review of Romuauld Boulanger's new radio-themed thriller, On the Line!Mel Gibson stars as Elvis Cooney, a late-night L.A. shock jock who receives a threatening call on the air. Over the next several hours, he embarks on a cat-and-mouse game as a crazed listener kidnaps his family, murders his co-workers, and forces the boisterous host to reveal his darkest secrets to the world.In this spoiler-packed autopsy, the guys switch stations on On the Line, lambasting what it is while imagining what it could have been. From missed opportunities, to performances ranging from ham-handed to uninspired, and a double-whammy twist that will have you throwing stereos from moving cars--this takedown is almost as painful to deliver as the movie is to watch.Not to worry, though: the show winds down with a casual and totally non-controversial defense of Mel Gibson.Show Links:Watch the On the Line trailer.Read David's On the Line written review at Keeping it Reel.Watch Ian and David's interview with the Nelms brothers, co-creators of Fatman (starring Mel Gibson, mentioned in the show).Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!
In this Episode… Is it safe to celebrate halloween? Trick or treat? And, what are we celebrating, anyway? Years ago we used to say, “teach the children well”. What are adults teaching the children about the arguably most celebrated holiday on the planet? Hmmm…what if we treated Easter and Corpus Christi this way!?! This podcast may make you think twice about October 31. Not only will it make you rethink how you look at Halloween, you may want to skip it altogether. TIMESTAMP 1:11 intro 2:14 Zach former high wizard in satanic church 3:30 *the tale of halloween (origins) 6:10 satanists meet at Stonehenge halloween 6:40 origin of jack o lantern 8:45 still happening today! 9:43 Mel Gibson 2004 quote 10:34 story of two abducted kids on halloween 12:06 John Ramirez, former satanists 13:40 is this really a church holiday? 14:15 What is really all saints day? 15:00 are we being duplicite? 16:06 Mother Angelica Live on Halloween 18:20 aren't you too rigid? 19:05 discernment 21:35 how do you know you're not participant in satans holiday? 24:00 how many satanists in America? 25:28 crime rates on halloween 27:22 Do you still feel comfortable celebrating halloween? 28:58 the movie “Terrified 2” 29:39 The two ways doctrine. 31:10 Remember your death 38:08 What is Mission Blueprint doing for halloween? 42:07 The Takeaways! PRAYER FOR RELEASE FROM ANCESTRAL CURSES Eternal Father, You are the only Immortal God, Who is love, merciful and kind. Look at Your only-begotten Son, Jesus Christ, and have mercy. I offer You the pains of His scourging at the pillar, His wounds and Blood for all Your people who are living under the weight of the curse due to sins of their ancestors and their disobedience for breaking the covenant they made with You. May You set us free through the scourging of Your Son, heal us through His wounds and save us through His Precious Blood. Amen. Precious Blood of Jesus Christ - release us from the curses. Holy Wounds of Jesus Christ - heal our wounds. By Your scourging - seal us. Amen. (All who are under curses and constantly say this prayer shall be free from their curses. Any family that is suffering from the curse of sins committed by their forefathers, who makes a 144 day novena through this prayer, will be freed. All who break a covenant and are supposed to die shall be saved ans also released from their curse if they constantly say this prayer and repent.) Listen to Zachary King “The Tale of Halloween” - https://archive.org/details/TheTaleOfHalloween Zachary King Testimony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im8F63I0O9A Mother Angelica on Halloween: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxEvkqNayTk Find Glen at: https://www.glengauer.com or https://www.mission-blueprint.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/missionblueprint Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/missionblueprint/ Donate today - https://mission-blueprint.kindful.com
Hey pecker heads! Sit down for a little chat between the fellas that will surely save the world. Joe Burrow has entered psycho win mode. Kanye hates the Jews. Mattress Mack is a dirty hedge better. Mr. Bert stops by for the first of many reviews. Lil Nick is coming off a hot week and gives his picks. The Aging Cocksmith stops by to tell the gentleman how to last longer in the sack. JD Vance still sucks. That Hairy Guy writes in to gloat and the guys remind him again that he's a dork. All that and much more. Tune in wiggle tits!
Check out our sponsors! www.sleepterrorclothing.com Use promo code 'untrained' for 15% off your first order! www.ohfishl.com Use promo code 'untrained' to get 25% off your first order! - This week, if you need cheap therapy call customer service, Ye is trying to become the most hated man on the planet, big noses are COOL, our anniversary is the MOST IMPORTANT DATE IN HISTORY, how are people not still mad about Mel Gibson...and Chris Brown for that matter, scaring kids with masks...but not in a fun way, a happily married bailiff is on trial for murdering his wife, Jason Alme is the first person to have two kids, and Joe Bad Guy has Bad Hair...all this and so much more(probably) including 2000s trivia! Thank you all so much for listening to the show! We love you! -Beth and DJ - Our recommendations this week: Link to 1984 on Castbox - Small business we support: @brickbodykids you can DM on Instagram to buy direct or find them on Ebay dot com the website https://www.ebay.com/usr/brickbodykids - DJ also does a solo podcast called Dragging The Table - We are a proud part of the ⭕Inner Circle Podcast Network⭕ Visit www.innercirclepn.com to subscribe, follow, and listen to all the shows! - Follow the link to these shows to check out our appearances on them! The All Bro's #NoOffense Married AF Drinks With Larry The Inner Circle Presents: The Winners Circle NE Podcast - Wanna send us something? Now you can! Our mailing address is: The Untrained Eye P.O. Box 6225 Sun City Center, FL 33571 - If you love our intro and outro music, please visit Cullah.com Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Twitter We have stickers and buttons! DM our socials or send an email to email@example.com and we'll send you some
We return to William Ramsey Investigates to discuss Conspiracy Theory, the 1997 film directed by Richard Donner and starring Mel Gibson. We describe how Conspiracy Theory is filled with limited hangouts, misdirection, second matrix programming, and other disinfo tactics. It's also closely related to research we've done in our Joker series on Mark David Chapman, John Hinckley Jr., and related subjects.https://twitter.com/CinemaPsyophttps://www.patreon.com/PsyopCinemahttps://firstname.lastname@example.org@protonmail.comhttps://www.williamramseyinvestigates.com/https://twitter.com/WilliamRamseyIn
*WARNING: WE SPOILER TÁR. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO BE SPOILED, OUR CHAT BEGINS AT THE 38 MIN MARK, SO SKIP TO THE 55 MIN MARK *The ladies are back and this time joined by a very special guest, stylist (and Chelsea's wife) Tatiana Waterford. Topics include Charlotte's AJLT horse girl fetish look, Tony Danza cast as Che Diaz's dad, a whole host of bad news: Mel Gibson testifying at Harvey Weinstein's trial, Kevin Spacey's latest deflection, Olivia Wilde's salad dressing gate, James Cordon's bad behavior, Patti Lupone resignation, and Jared Leto's skincare line. Chelsea and Tat review Bros, Lauren's lukewarm feelings about Tar, the Met Gala theme, Jenna Lyons joining Housewives, the latest Kardashians episode, Ye's latest antics, AND SO MUCH MORE!See Charlotte's equestrian fetish look Read the Jason Sudekis / Olivia Wilde Daily Mail articleFollow Keith McNally on InstagramSee Jared Leto's Skincare lineWatch the Bros trailerWatch the Tar trailerSee Karl Lagerfeld's child museWatch The KardashiansSee Kylie Jenner's Batman collectionFollow Tat on InstagramToday's episode is sponsored by Wildgrain. For a limited time, you can get $30 off the first box - PLUS free Croissants in every box - when you go to Wildgrain.com/outfit to start your subscription.As well as, BetterHelp. When you want to be a better problem solver, therapy can get you there! Get 10% off your first month when you got to BetterHelp.com/OutfitAnd, Modern Fertility. Modern Fertility is offering our listeners $30 off the test when you go to Modern Fertility.com/outfit.
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Emmett Loverde is a writer & director based in Los Angeles. He grew up in Berkeley, California and received a degree in Theater from UCLA. He has written extensively for stage, screen, television, and radio. Over 200 separate productions of his stage plays have been mounted worldwide to date. This past year he produced a film called AGENT GAME starring Mel Gibson. Emmett is currently in production in a feature length thriller called WITHOUT A NAME.
On this episode of the Sofa Kingdom Podcast Munster's, Deadpool 3, Letterkenny, Rings of Power, House of the Dragon, Wakanda Forever, directors who have never made bad movies, action hero Stars and a little bit of Robin Williams. Find more Sofa Kingdom Podcast at SofaKingdomOfc on instagram https://www.instagram.com/sofakingdomofc/ Audio podcast is on all major podcast platforms just search "Sofa Kingdom Podcast" General topics this episode: the Munsters, Deadpool 3, Piff the Magic Dragon, Letterkenny, house of the dragon, rings of power, Andor, Wakanda forever, Spielberg, James Cameron, John McClane, Die Hard,, Lethal Weapon, Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise, Mission Impossible, Eddie Murphy, Beverly Hills Cop, Robin Williams, Dice throne,Nino Kuni,
The Archaeology Podcast Network is taking a bit of a break for October, 2022. In the mean time, we're introducing you to some of the other fantastic shows that we produce. Here's an episode from The Dirt Podcast about the accuracies and inaccuracies about the 2006 film, “Apocalypto”. Amber guides Anna through the jungle of the 2006 film Apocalypto...but hopefully a little less racistly than director Mel Gibson did! We'll talk about human sacrifice, what was (and was not) going on in Maya culture in the 15th century CE, and the movie's ending that couldn't be more on the nose if it went “boop!” Links The Story of Civilization (via Wikipedia) With help from a friend, Mel cut to the chase (The Washington Post) Mel Gibson criticizes Iraq war at film fest (Today) Is Apocalypto Pornography? (Archaeology) Relativism, Revisionism, Aboriginalism, and Emic/Etic Truth: The Case Study of Apocalypto (The Ethics of Anthropology and Amerindian Research: Reporting on Environmental Degradation and Warfare) The perduring Maya: new archaeology on early Colonial transitions (Antiquity, via ResearchGate) Maya Resistance to Colonial Rule in Everyday Life (The Latin American Anthropological Review) Contact Email the Dirt Podcast: email@example.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion
Have you ever seen that move 'What women think'. It starts Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt, and the basic jist is that he can suddenly hear the thoughts of all women. And in true Hollywood tradition, what starts as an incredible edge that he fully manipulates, well, let's just say, be careful what you wish for. The thing is, we spend an awful lot of our time trying to figure out what other people are thinking. Imagine how much easier it would be if we just told each other. Sound hard? Are you worried you could hurt people's feelings? Listen and find out why it's actually not that difficult and how it can truly change the way you live and work.
Chiara D'Ambrosio recently joined host Elias in the cave! You can see Chiara in her latest role as Jill in heist-thriller "Bandit," with Mel Gibson, Josh Duhamel and Elisha Cuthbert. Based on the true story of The Flying Bandit, after escaping prison, a charming career criminal (Duhamel) assumes a new identity in Canada and goes on to rob a record 59 banks and jewelry stores while being hunted by a police task force. A rising force in Hollywood, Chiara plays Mel Gibson's daughter in the film. More about Chiara - Emmy-Winning actress Chiara D'Ambrosio's breakout role was in the CBS daytime drama "Days of Our Lives" as Summer Newman. She's held guest star and recurring roles in shows like "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn," "Criminal Minds," "Diary of a Future President," "Parks & Recreation," FX's "Legit" and many more. Currently she can be seen in Lionsgate's "Fear of Rain" with Katherine Heigl and Harry Connick Jr. and in AMC Shudder's "Slapface." She won Best Young Performer Emmy for her role in daytime drama "The Bay." You can watch this interview on YouTube https://youtu.be/QXy9DvoafUU Have a question? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com www.youtube.com/c/TheManCaveChronicleswElias
Last night I watched the 1994 film Maverick, starring Mel Gibson, with our youngest son, 8-month-old Andrew. It had been a long time since I'd seen it - long enough to forget precisely how Maverick is not moral in the sense that fine, upstanding Christian folk expect and demand. Yet he is moral in an Old Testament book of Judges sort of way. He admits to being a coward, and is sexually loose. But then he does the brave and upstanding thing anyways, and gives the money back to the women and children waylaid and robbed on their way to start a mission. Come to think of it, the only folks Maverick cheats are the ones without any boundaries – who either had just cheated or bullied someone, or were about to. And that is so downright chivalrous of him, it may remind me of what Jesus said about being wise as serpents and harmless as doves. Naturally, one can be too careful in seeing this as a good example to follow, but there is a slippery slope to studying snakes. My point is not to recommend that we all emulate the card shark, but to talk about Jacob and Esau, and the kinds of men God has loved and established covenants with, as well as those He has hated and rejected. Speaking of love and hate, yesterday was a slow enough day for an extended conversation with a friend of mine where I still work for just a little while longer. He describes himself as a kind of universalist, but I must apologize again to Rosie, who sits one office over from mine, as she was on a conference call in the afternoon, and had to come out and shush us for being too loud. But in my friend's view, Hell is a kind of refining fire. And like Miracle Max might say, the damned are only mostly damned. And look at you who knows so much. 'Such were some of you' will be said to all mankind, on the other side of varying cook times, after which all the sin and rebellion against King Jesus is burned away. Even if they didn't accept Jesus before the first death, these will get another chance, at some point, to pledge allegiance to Christ, and join the ranks of the heavenly host in Paradise. This is admittedly a perspective which I am very troubled by. But my perceptive friend doubtless knows this from the look I was giving him when we talked about it. Unlike Brett Maverick, I am not a particularly good bluffer. Only with great concentration and effort do I keep my opinions off my face when someone is telling or showing me their ideas and sentiments, or when a situation is unfolding or better or worse. I will borrow the book he is offering me, which promises to expand, I think, on how the early church prior to the domination of Rome by virtue of its wedding with imperial power held to all three views in various quarters. Origen, for instance, is said to have held to a kind of universalism in eternity. Yet Origen also, according to Eusebius, misread Matthew 19:12 and concluded he should make himself a eunuch for the kingdom of heaven. And we should take any man who would do that with a grain of salt on everything else they hold to as well. Yesterday was also the last day of my second-to-last hitch of seven days as a contract Systems Integrator for Chevron, and it does not embarrass me to say that it was an emotional one. Several very great compliments, congratulations, and expressions of grief touched me deeply, and will make my final day of October 19th both sweeter and sadder for that fact, since all wished me well, and told me whatever company I join next is gaining a great asset, and is very fortunate. Speaking of last days, let's turn our attention to the back-and-forth between Elon Musk and Lindsey Graham over how best to bring peace in the Ukraine. Senator Graham made threats against electric vehicle tax credits, and that is bad form. But that is not to say Mr. Musk should go unanswered like Tony Bobulinski at the FBI. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support
In this fun, “real talk” episode with Michael Neeley we chat about attachment versus commitment, how to use a list of what you're looking for to become the partner that you are calling in, and how to keep your sex life spicy - and the key to it all is healthy communication. There are good conscious men out there and Michael is one of them. Michael Neeley is a former professional actor and medieval knight turned speaker, mentor to visionary solopreneurs, and the International Bestselling author of Zero to Launch Podcast Accelerator. He is the host of five popular podcasts, including the critically acclaimed Consciously Speaking, Buy This – Not That!, Something to Wine About, The PodQuest Show, and Mornings with Michael & Krista. A member of the Screen Actors Guild, Michael has appeared in feature films with Mel Gibson and Kevin Costner, performed off Broadway with Andre Braugher and Kathleen Chalfant, and had recurring roles in several popular soap operas. As the founder of The Authority Academy, Michael now trains and supports heart-centered entrepreneurs in professional speaking, virtual summits, getting published, and designing and hosting their own podcast to massively grow their business and expand their audience. To follow Michael and his podcast world check out: Mornings With Michael & Krista Facebook Instagram Are you ready to Magnetize Midlife Love? Then...come to the Love-A-Thon!!! Want to stop going on sucky dates? Grab your MIDLIFE LOVE GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DATING and learn how you can call in Mr. Right, right now! If you'd like some one-to-one coaching with Junie, grab your complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session today so she can support you on your love path. And don't forget to subscribe to Midlife Love Out Loud so that you don't miss a single episode. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to www.CoachJunieMoon.com and don't forget to join the FIND FABULOUS LOVE AFTER 40 group on Facebook here.
Writer & director Alan Ungar joins host Mike Pecci on today's episode of the IN LOVE WITH THE PROCESS PODCAST. The two discuss attending New York Film Academy, Alan's Uncharted fan film starring Stephen Lang, working with action stars Michael Bien and Mel Gibson, and about the insane shooting process on his new film Bandit starring Josh Duhamel. This episode gives a real glimpse at how hard directing can really be, strap in for a great episode! --------------------------------- ►Alan''s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allanungar/ ►Alan's IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3268280/ ►Mike Pecci's IG: instagram.com/mikepecci ►ILWP's IG: instagram.com/inlovewiththeprocesspod -------------> Featuring Music by: ►Turbo Knight ►Code Elektro ------------------ The Episode is Sponsored by ► BearRepublic: bearrepublic.com/ Discount code is PROCESS15 ► Puget Systems: puget.systems/go/ILWTP ► Jambox www.jambox.io ► FujiFilm: fujifilm-x.com/ www.facebook.com/FujifilmXUS/ twitter.com/FujifilmX_US www.instagram.com/fujifilmx_us/ www.youtube.com/c/FujifilmUSACameras
Film Twitter personality and fellow Mel Gibson stalwart Hard Mike joins Aaron to discuss Mel's 1995 Best Picture winner 'Braveheart' a sweeping epic about the legendary Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace.The fellas discuss the film's extremely loose adherence to historical accuracy, its celebration of 90s neoliberal orthodoxy & the myth of meritocratic ascendancy, and the rewards of exploring the complicated artisitic statements of "bad" people. Follow Hard Mike on Twitter. Get access to all of our premium episodes and bonus content by becoming a Hit Factory Patron for just $5/month.....Our theme song is "Mirror" by Chris Fish.
With the Dads decimated by a combination of birthdays, studying and paddle board salesman conventions it's left to Peter and Sidey to bring us the epic conclusion to the strong Puppet theme which has taken over this week's show. Starting with the Top 5 Puppets, naturally, the guys are on hand to discuss some rarely featured films and tv. Listen in, or don't, there's no strings attached and it's all very heart felt. Sorry.All you have to do to emotionally reconcile with your son is saw your own arm off in Jodie Foster's THE BEAVER (2011) which asks its viewer to suspend disbelief for a number of wild ideas, including that it would be possible to move an enormous mural from a downtown city wall to a bedroom without ripping it or damaging it any way, either during the removal or reapplication of the painting process. Mel Gibson plays Walter Black, once a devoted husband, loving father and successful businessman whose suicide is unfortunately interrupted by a hand puppet he found discarded in a dumpster. Allowing The Beaver (Mel Gibson) to talk for him, Walter begins to reintegrate back into his life, with the furry glove enriching the people around him in various nonsensical ways dictated by a screenplay so mechanically obvious that Mel hits rock bottom at exactly two-thirds the running time. Anton Yelchin and Jennifer Lawrence are fine actors stuck in a chemistry-less dead brother romance sub-plot which has the pair arrested seconds after graffitiing a wall late at night only for Lawrence to then presumably return in broad daylight and complete her design without any interference and also has nothing whatsoever to do thematically with the main story. Foster's acting performance is probably fine in a thin role as Walter's wife which requires her to instantly accept the premise (good job someone did) but also have a threesome with the hairy, wild-eyed wood-eater and the Beaver. Pedestrian direction, an uneven tone and an almost completely humourless approach all contrive to make this uninteresting to watch even if you're tempted to, because despite Gibson mining his own pain, this is little more than a cynical public image rescue exercise designed to garner sympathy. Give this one a miss folks.To the legions of CAPTAIN SCARLETT AND THE MYSTERONS fans now flocking to the podcast in eager anticipation of their favourite show finally getting the Bad Dads treatment, I can only apologise because just as with LAWRENCE OF ARABIA I didn't watch this one and so can't fairly comment on the first ever episode of this classic Super Mario Bros Animation thing. I have only dim memories of this, a darker THUNDERBIRDS, and scale model wars with the mysterious Mysterons. Hey do you think that's where they get their name? From being mysterious? This was probably amazing, let's say that.We love to hear from our listeners! By which I mean we tolerate it. Try us on twitter @dads_film, on Facebook Bad Dads Film Review or on our website baddadsfilm.com. Until next time, we remain... Bad Dads
The guys are being invaded this week as they take on the M. Night Shyamalan classic. They discuss the incredible casting of the Hess family and find the deeper meaning of the film. They talk tap water, aliens, and their favorite jump scare. They rave about the “Brazil home video” and the classic dinner scene before naming a unanimous MVP. They close this week with a list of top 5 Alien Invasion movies of all-time. Listen away, listeners. Listeners, listen away. Twitter: @ReelItBackPodInstagram: ReelItBackPodFacebook: Reel It BackPart of the Walk-Ons NetworkThank you for listening!
Daniel thinks he loses the love of his life, so he decides to become a pilot-sicle. Expecting to be thawed out in a year, he actually sleeps for 50 years and wakes up in the 1990s with no idea how to leave a voicemail and discovering that his Peggy Carter might still be alive! Mel Gibson, Elijah Wood, and Jamie Lee Curtis star in Forever Young. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIEHuEFDgac
1989's Lethal Weapon 2 is one of the most beloved buddy-cop (and action) movies of all-time, and for good reason. A trio of excellent performances from the likes of Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, and Joe Pesci set the stage for two hours well-spent, another ride through 1980s Los Angeles full of crime, violence, and of course a never-ending stream of jokes. From straightjackets to nailguns, from tow truck chase scenes and Apartheid-era racists, Lethal Weapon 2 is a wild ride, and we're excited to talk about it in detail. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Can it be episode 91 already? Eric and Pete return with the 91st installment of the best damn podcast around! The guys go heavy on Marvel with their round up of Ms. Marvel, Morbius, and Thor Love and Thunder. Plus news on Fantastic Four and Thunderbolts, as well as a sneak peek into She-Hulk and Empire Magazine gives us a first look at Black Panther: Wakanda Forever! Mel Gibson adds to the long list of people talkin the impacts of the WB-Discovery union, James Bond creators speak about the new 007, The Nun 2 adds a cast member, and Keanu Reeves returns as The Laughing Magician in Constantine 2! And of course... it wouldn't be SOG without some sports talk, right? Just hit play and let us do the work!
Popcorn Podcast reviews director Olivia Wilde's sophomore offering, Don't Worry Darling. The thriller follows a 1950s housewife (Florence Pugh) living with her husband (Harry Styles) in a utopian experimental community who begins to worry there are disturbing secrets hiding beneath their glamorous lives. Don't Worry Darling may be dividing audiences around the world, but don't worry, Leigh and Tim have the real lowdown in an episode you won't want to miss, darling.Plus, James Cameron's Avatar mesmerises on the big screen once more; Keanu Reeves to fight demons in Constantine sequel; the truth about The NeverEnding Story remake; Mel Gibson's update on Lethal Weapon 5; and M Night Shyamalan reveals a first-look at Knock At The Cabin.Know someone who loves movies? Please share Popcorn Podcast with your friends.Visit popcornpodcast.com for more movie reviews, celebrity interviews and news.Popcorn Podcast interviews the biggest stars, including Hugh Jackman and more, on YouTube: Popcorn Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sí, tu instinto no falló: es viernes. Y como todos los viernes sin excepción hay un nuevo Hoy Trasnoche. En lo que se podría considerar un episodio con todo el elenco (Flor, Calu, el perro, el chico de redes), se meten en coyunturas variadas como: hacer un unboxing, el drama de Ezra Miller de esta semana, una cosa de Ana de Armas y la tumba de Marilyn, Mel Gibson enojado con Warner, Scorsese recomendando cincuenta películas y un estudio de la UCLA sobre lo que quiere ver el público joven. Y vos dirás "Bueno, listo, con eso me conformo", pero no: porque además vieron una película. La elegida de la semana es La huérfana: el origen (Orphan: First Kill, 2022) de William Brent Bell. Y vos dirás "La verdad qué maravilla todo lo que me dan y yo sin poner un peso" y la verdad que en esa te damos la derecha y te doblamos la apuesta como una oferta de chocolates con la cadena de frio polémica del tren: porque Flor intenta sobre el final una teoría medio falopa de Nepobabies que casi, casi entra como una nueva de la saga. Ahora, sí nada más. Agarrá la pala vos la próxima.
Es ist Tourpause. Die Zärtlichen Cousinen sind zur Zeit getrennt: Während es in Deutschland kalt und bisweilen regnerisch auf den Herbst zugeht, wärmt sich Atze Schröder mit seiner bezaubernden Perle in Süditalien an der Sonne und der Lebenslust der Italiener. Sein Partner Till Hoheneder erfreut sich an Atze charmanter Beschreibung der örtlichen Gepflogenheiten und Schröders „No-go-Tipps“ für Touristen: Hupen ja, tagsüber Bier…auf keinen Fall! Weder Expresso noch Espresso - bitte einfach nur Caffè bestellen und die Welt ist in Ordnung! Und wie stellt Till doch treffend fest: Falls Atze sich im Urlaub den Arm bricht, dann läßt er ihn eh nur von Mel Gibson! Diskutiert mit: mail@zärtliche-cousinen.de Alles Infos zu den Werbepartnern findet ihr hier: https://linktr.ee/zaertlichecousinen
How To Build An Amazing Company Culture Virtually With Steven NevilleSteven Neville is the owner and founder of M-Power Solutions. After 15 years in real estate, closing numerous deals, and doing tons of marketing, Steve quickly learned that data was the most essential part of his business.He noticed that the data available in the market before had low data hygiene and the cost per lead was very high so he decided to start looking for data himself. After becoming extremely proficient at acquiring high quality and recently updated data he opened up his data resources to the public. Since then M-Power solutions has grown from a data company to an all-in-one marketing solution. They offer cold calling services, SMS campaigns, data, direct mail marketing, and social media marketing among other things. Steve is extremely passionate in helping people build their businesses nationwide and abroad. He is also extremely passionate in developing his internal team for growth and much of the episode is centered around the topic of culture building and how to treat your virtual employees. Don't Forget To Reach Out To Steven Neville: https://www.supermpower.com/https://www.facebook.com/supermpowerhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/supermpower/https://www.instagram.com/super.m_power/https://twitter.com/super_m_powerQuotes "Follow your passion, but make sure you are checking your ego. I had all these visions of investing nationwide and internationally, but what I found is if you dive to deep into trying to create an empire you lose your fire and passion and it becomes more like a job""What I really liked was the foundation of helping [people. I liked the competitive challenge of growing and developing a business. In real estate you can keep it very lean" "I think it is important for any level of entrepreneur, but especially in real estate, to be creative with your thinking. “"I've always had this mentality of using our differences and our diversities to empower us instead of dividing us” "I hated working 9-5 because I felt that it was modern day slavery. I had to do it or I would be homeless. I had to do it or I would be a crappy dad for my kids. That's how it felt to me. That is how it mentally and emotionally drained me" "We need bigger why's. I talk to people a lot of the time and they don't even have a why. They might not even have the luxury of thinking of a bigger why. We like to empower people to find their biggest why”Concepts • It is hard to go into business with your friends. Be careful when doing so because it can ruin your relationship if you do not share the same values in business.• When seeking partnerships Steve likes to work with people on individual deals and joint ventures. Not so much in established corporate partnerships anymore. • I am big on developing a culture. I want my employees to feel like a family or a community. • We are a data and marketing agency right now focusing on the real estate niche. We work with any type of investor as well as Realtors and brokers. We help people with lead generation and conversion primarily.• Data hygiene is how accurate and current the data you are acquiring is. A lot of these all-in-one solutions are buying this data in bulk, and it is only being updated quarterly or monthly. If you want the best results, you need your data to be updated more frequently than that.• As my teams grew from 10 people to 50 people to where we are now generally between 80 and one hundred people. Not only was I helping people grow their business, but I was helping my employees have a much better life. • Steve likes to treat his virtual employees just like companies that have local ones. He wants to develop his employees and help them grow so that he can have this ripple effect on the world. 45-47• Steve fell in love with Filipino culture. He loves traveling over to see his employees. His fiancé is one of his employees. There is something about that culture that syncs and is in harmony with him. • It is important for everybody on your team to have a role. Everybody doesn't have to be Michael Jordan. There are other roles out there. Dennis Rodman played the bully, and he got all the rebounds. It is important to get the right person in the right role. Make that person the best person they can be at that role. • You gotta have fun at work. You can't just try to be Mel Gibson in Braveheart rallying people for war every day to motivate people; it gets old quickly. It is important to have to make it fun and bring the energy up. It fosters a fun workplace, being open and dynamic, and promotes empathy and compassion. 53-55Time Stamps 0:00 - Introduction 0:30 - Craziest Transaction9:30 - Discussing how to structure partnerships15:00 - Have you found a business structure for partnerships that works better? 18:50 - Check your ego and follow your passion 24:15 - Discussing traveling in the Philippines26:15 - How did you structure the lease option on this deal? 30:45 - What is the elevator pitch for M-Power Solutions? 32:00 - Discussing Data hygiene of skip tracing companies34:15 - What is the difference between your company and other data companies? 38:45 - How did you discover your passion for building teams and building culture? 46:40 - Why did you decide to go the virtual route instead of doing this locally? 49:15 - Discussing the culture of winning and comparing it to sports57:05 - How did you come to the epiphany of focusing on just one thing and specializing? 1:00:15 - Discussing the passion and alignment he has with his employees. 1:04:50 - What is your vision for the next 12-18 months? 1:11:10 - What is the best way for the audience to reach you? 1:12:00 - Wrap
Nerdtropolis Mayor Sean Tajipour has a fun conversation about Allan Ungar's upcoming movie, Bandit. It stars Josh Duhamel and Mel Gibson and is based on a true story! Ungar also talks about his experience making the viral Uncharted Fan Film featuring Nathan Fillion. Read the BANDIT MOVIE REVIEW! Official Site Facebook Instagram Twitter
On this episode of Daly Notes, we journey back to 1982, and celebrate 3 films and their 40th anniversaries! Adam watches two films for the first time. The first, being the Meryl Streep Oscar winning performance, Sophie's Choice - the next being the apocalyptic Mel Gibson sequel, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. Then we take another Journey with Spielberg and talk about a Top 100 movie for Adam, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial. Where are they streaming? Sophie's Choice - Paramount+, kanopy, showtime, tubi Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior - tubi E.T. - ONLY Available for RENT Daly Notes is hosted by Adam Daly and is a part of the AlmostSideways family. Find AlmostSideways everywhere! Website almostsideways.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AlmostSidewayscom-130953353614569/ AlmostSideways Twitter: @almostsideways Terry's Twitter: @almostsideterry Zach's Twitter: @pro_zach36 Adam's Twitter: @adamsideways iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/almostsideways-podcast/id1270959022 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7oVcx7Y9U2Bj2dhTECzZ4m Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/almost-sideways-movie-podcast YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfEoLqGyjn9M5Mr8umWiktA/featured?view_as=subscriber
A long-time visitor, author and illustrator Christopher Noxon moved to Ojai full-time three years and got busy right away with volunteering and sharing his talents. He joined the Ojai Studio Artist as one of the 17 new artists this year. The Tour is free this year and takes place October 8-10. We discuss the great expansion of the tour from 50 to 67 artists, how the group has made a major resurgence in recent years and why it is so important to the community. The author of four books and many feature articles for the New York Times, The New Yorker magazine and Los Angeles Times, he worked in journalism for many years, and was also "domestic first responder," raising his two sons, when his ex-wife's career as a writer, show creator and showrunner, "Weeds" and "Orange is the New Black," took off. As a long-form feature journalist he has broken important stories, such as being the first to report on Mel Gibson's ties to an ultraconservative Catholic sect. Noxon's book, "Good Trouble: Lessons from the Civil Rights Playbook," caused controversy recently, having been banned by conservative school board members in Virginia Beach. We talk about Ojai's changing cultural landscape since the pandemic and the surge of youthful energy, the importance of art to Ojai's identity, and much more. We also talk candidly and with great sincerity about loss, grief and finding your way forward. We did not talk about gesso recipes, the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows or David Milch's posthumous memoir. For more check out Christopher's content-rich website, christophernoxon.com or the Ojai Studio Artists' at ojaistudioartists.org You can also find him on Instagram @ noxonpics
ABOUT OUR SHOW Mastery Unleashed (formerly Overcoming Mediocrity) is a podcast for success-driven women who want to empower their thoughts, design their dream businesses, and build beautiful lives that are aligned with their destinies—hosted by Bestselling Author and Business Strategist Christie Ruffino. Each episode features today's top influencers and entrepreneurs on the rise as they share empowering stories and ninja tips meant to become the FUEL that will ignite a positive change in YOUR life and the lives of others. ABOUT TODAY'S SHOW On today's show, Michael continues to talk about how easy it is to start and maintain a successful podcast and that you are able to fit a podcast into your everyday routine without burning yourself out. ABOUT MICHAEL Michael Neeley is a former professional actor, and medieval knight turned speaker, mentor to visionary solopreneurs, and the best-selling author of Zero to Launch Podcast Accelerator. He is the host of five popular podcasts, including the critically acclaimed Consciously Speaking, Buy This – Not That!, Something to Wine About, The PodQuest Show, and Mornings with Michael & Krista. A member of the Screen Actors Guild, Michael has appeared in feature films with Mel Gibson and Kevin Costner, performed off-Broadway with Andre Braugher and Kathleen Chalfant, and had recurring roles in several popular soap operas. As the founder of The Authority Academy, Michael now trains and supports heart-centered entrepreneurs in professional speaking, virtual summits, getting published, and designing and hosting their own podcasts to massively grow their business and expand their audience. Michael is also a mindset master with a gift for helping people to get out of their own way. If you're tired of being the best-kept secret – Michael is your guy. You can learn more about him at www.MichaelNeeley.com. LINKS SHARED ON THE SHOW https://podcastersatsea.com www.authorityacademy.net/reach-2022 https://twitter.com/MichaelKNeeley www.facebook.com/MorningsWithMichaelAndKrista/ Access Our Free Gift Vault GET THIS GIFT AND MANY MORE!
ABOUT OUR SHOW Mastery Unleashed (formerly Overcoming Mediocrity) is a podcast for success-driven women who want to empower their thoughts, design their dream businesses, and build beautiful lives that are aligned with their destinies—hosted by Bestselling Author and Business Strategist Christie Ruffino. Each episode features today's top influencers and entrepreneurs on the rise as they share empowering stories and ninja tips meant to become the FUEL that will ignite a positive change in YOUR life and the lives of others. ABOUT TODAY'S SHOW On today's show, Michael talks about how easy it is to start and maintain a successful podcast and that you are able to fit a podcast into your everyday routine without burning yourself out. ABOUT MICHAEL Michael Neeley is a former professional actor, and medieval knight turned speaker, mentor to visionary solopreneurs, and the best-selling author of Zero to Launch Podcast Accelerator. He is the host of five popular podcasts, including the critically acclaimed Consciously Speaking, Buy This – Not That!, Something to Wine About, The PodQuest Show, and Mornings with Michael & Krista. A member of the Screen Actors Guild, Michael has appeared in feature films with Mel Gibson and Kevin Costner, performed off-Broadway with Andre Braugher and Kathleen Chalfant, and had recurring roles in several popular soap operas. As the founder of The Authority Academy, Michael now trains and supports heart-centered entrepreneurs in professional speaking, virtual summits, getting published, and designing and hosting their own podcasts to massively grow their business and expand their audience. Michael is also a mindset master with a gift for helping people to get out of their own way. If you're tired of being the best-kept secret – Michael is your guy. You can learn more about him at www.MichaelNeeley.com. LINKS SHARED ON THE SHOW https://podcastersatsea.com www.authorityacademy.net/reach-2022 https://twitter.com/MichaelKNeeley www.facebook.com/MorningsWithMichaelAndKrista/ Access Our Free Gift Vault GET THIS GIFT AND MANY MORE!
When you think of 'buddy cop'-style movies, Lethal Weapon likely comes to mind. The 1987 smash-hit film starring a young Mel Gibson and a relatively unknown Danny Glover is one of the archetypes of this subgenre of action, with two polar opposites finding out on the fly that they have much more in common than they think. Featuring the likes of a pre-accident Gary Busey and chock-full of zany moments that all somehow make sense in context, Lethal Weapon remains a master class in the once-dominant action genre, and a reminder of how movies can be a lot of fun, not take themselves seriously, and yet remain grounded, believable, intriguing, and engaging. So, you may be too old for 'this,' as it were, but you're never too old for KnockBack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices