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Expositors Collective
Plagiarism, Coaching & Text Driven Preaching

Expositors Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:47


Dr David Allen has spent his life preaching God's Word and equipping others to do the same. He speaks with Mike about the allure and danger of plagiarism for preachers, as well as the true meaning of Text-Driven preaching; how to highlight what a passage actually says and prioritizing the meaning of the passage in our preaching, as well as the vital significance of coaching for preachers.Dr. Allen serves as distinguished professor of preaching and George W. Truett Chair of Ministry in the School of Theology. He is also the director of the Southwestern Center for Expository Preaching. Throughout his ministry, Dr. Allen has served as senior pastor in two churches and interim pastor in dozens of churches. He has also led over 500 revivals, Bible conferences, and given endowed lectures on preaching at Southwestern Baptist Theology Seminary, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has also served on the boards of several institutions.Dr. Allen has written numerous journal articles and contributed chapters in multi-author volumes. He is the author of several books and commentaries including, Hebrews, New American Commentary(B&H, 2010), Lukan Authorship of Hebrews (B&H Academic, 2010), 1–3 John: Fellowship in God's Family, Preaching the Word (Crossway, 2013), The Extent of the Atonement: An Historical and Critical Review (B&H Academic, 2016) and The Atonement: A Biblical, Theological, and Historical Study of the Cross of Christ (B&H Academic, 2019). He is currently working on a commentary on Job in the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary Series (B&H Academic, forthcoming). He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, Evangelical Homiletics Society, and the Institute for Biblical Research.Dr. Allen was married to Sherri for 37 years, who died of cancer in 2015. They had four children and five grandchildren. God in his grace brought Kate into his life and they were married in October 2016.Recommended Episodes: Why you need to understand Biblical Genre - Kristie Anyabwile : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/10/23/why-you-need-to-understand-literary-genre-kristi-anyabwile Mentorship & Meaningful Feedback - Pilgrim Benham https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2019/6/25/episode-53-mentorship-amp-meaningful-feedbackFinding a Mentor, Being a Mentor Panel Discussion: https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2019/2/5/episode-33-finding-a-mentor-being-a-mentorThe Expositors Collective podcast is part of the GoodLion podcast network, for more thought provoking Christian podcasts visit https://goodlion.io

Joni and Friends Radio
Prayer for the Nations

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 4:00


Be inspired as Joni talks to her prayer mentor about her heart for the world. Keep praying for the nations! God can move mountains through your prayers!

The KORE Women Podcast
Mentor, muse, imaginal, author, educator, entrepreneur and creator of Brilliance Enterprises and The Imaginal Society

The KORE Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 25:57


This week on The KORE Women podcast, Dr. Summer Watson welcomes Lindsay Andreotti, who is a mentor, muse, imaginal, author, educator, and incredible entrepreneur. She is the creator of Brilliance Enterprises and The Imaginal Society. Her Super Power is to help folks find the “awesome-sauce” that lives within each person. She has worked and honed her skills in the entrepreneurial space for over 25 years in the areas of Sales, HR and Organizational Development. Lindsay has founded more than 20 businesses and been an advisor to 100's of companies.  In 2022, her goal is to bring a Big Dream Day to 10 innovation-focused universities this year and listen to the dreams of their students.  You can connect and follow Lindsay Andreotti on: LinkedIn, Instagram, and at: brillianceenterprises.com and imaginalsociety.mn.co Thank you for taking the time to listen to the KORE Women podcast and being a part of the KORE Women experience. You can listen to The KORE Women podcast on your favorite podcast directory - Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, and at: www.KOREWomen.com/podcast. Please leave your comments and reviews about the podcast and check out KORE Women on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also learn more about Dr. Summer Watson and KORE Women at: www.korewomen.com  

Authentic Talks 2.0
Episode 204 | The Sprint vs. The Marathon, Define Your Goals | Solo

Authentic Talks 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 13:56


PODSNACK MONDAY - Pod snacks are short episodes less than 30 minutes where the host leaves tips, questions, tools that can help us in our lives to re-evaluate our direction. Shanta acknowledges MLK, gives Kudos to Nipsy, An entrepreneur as she believes "the marathon" a brand name he created was genius. She shares when you understand the assignment you can be train properly. She breaks down the sprint vs the marathon when it comes to defining our goals. She believes asking ourselves real questions leads to breaking down the barriers that can prevent us from achieving our goals aka manifesting. This episode is intended to help anyone who has already fallen off of their new years resolution, as well as anyone who has goals they want to achieve but they do not know where to start. Reminders below:Subscribe to authentic talks 2.0 on your favorite podcast platform as well as the show's YouTube channel **** Leave a review on apple podcast or iTunes*** Purchase the book on 1/20/2022 as updates are pending being processed*** Like the show on the Facebook page, Authentic Talks 2.0*** also, if you are new to the show or a returning listening, I welcome you and invite you to join me each, and meet the best guests in the world of podcasting! Do you need a coach, or Mentor? Book a free discovery call and or Join the AYM community.AYMBEYONDTHEPHYSICAL.COMAUTHENTICTALKS2.COM********************************Email: Shanta@authentictalks2.comwww.authentictalks2.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/authentictalks2.0withshanta/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachShantaGenerally

The Roof Strategist Podcast
Close More Inbound Leads! 5 Easy Steps to Outsell The Competition

The Roof Strategist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 27:54


Inbound leads are easy, right? NOT always. Because the property owner also called at least 2 other roofing companies. In this video, I teach 5 easy steps to CLOSE even more inbound leads. Huge shoutout to Jim Ahlin of Roofer Marketers (and fellow Mentor inside the Pitch Pro Movement) for the topic idea that we dove DEEP into in this Podcast Episode. Especially step #3! https://roofermarketers.com/podcast/episode-83-inbound-leads-close-more-with-these-5-steps-with-adam-bensman-the-roof-strategist/Copy/Paste resources I mentioned in this video to help implement these 5 steps available here: https://www.theroofstrategist.com/get-roofing-sales-success-formulaQuestions About Products or Programs? Call/Text: 303-222-7133=============----FREE TRAINING----

The Next Generation
#51 – Rohan Gilkes – Creating 4 Million Dollar Companies, Bootstrapping, Should You Work For Someone Else?

The Next Generation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 18:08


On Today's Mentor series we have on Rohan Gilkes. Rohan has self coined the nickname the Bootstrapped Stuntman because he has grown over 4 different businesses to doing $1M+/year and has done it across several categories like Software, E-commerce, even Service Businesses like Maid Cleaning. Let us know what you think on Twitter @c_gro and @gio__aa

The Tragedy Academy
Special Guest: Michael Anthony - Think Unbroken

The Tragedy Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 44:16


In this episode of the Tragedy Academy, Jay brings trauma survivor and life coach, Michael Unbroken, on to the show. Michael is the host of his own podcast, “Think Unbroken”, where he invites experts, researchers, psychologists, and therapists to discuss healing from trauma and childhood PTSD. Michael himself is no stranger to this healing process. Growing up with two abusive parents, Michael was trapped in a nightmare familiar to many of his listeners. Having overcome his past to choose a brighter future of his own making, Michael hopes to inspire others to do the same.Key Points✊

Start Today Podcast
The Most Underrated Life Hack

Start Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 69:41


One of the most valuable life skills we can develop is our ability to operate at a high level in stressful conditions. Stress is unavoidable, so it is critical we take action to manage stress, so it does not break us down.   Simply put, stress management is essential to good health, a strong mindset and a successful life.   Stress will either bring out your worst - or best.   Which one will depend on your ability to operate when the pressure is turned up?   Being able to stay composed, calm and able to not just navigate through, but dominate in high stress situations when stakes are high, is a direct byproduct of good stress management practices.   Having outlets to manage stress as well as exposing ourselves purposely to mild stressors is pivotal to optimizing our mental and physical health.   In episode 75, Chris and Rick dive deep into the impact stress has on our lives, what happens if we don't do something about it and provide a blueprint on stress management, that will help you learn to thrive during the most intense and stressful situations!

Let's Talk Fast
Discussing The Past 12 Months In Perth with My Mentor Patrick O'Grady

Let's Talk Fast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 62:18


Where did the time go?A little over 12 months ago, Amy, Myself and the girls packed up our lives in Melbourne and moved to Perth in search for a new beginning for Amy's career and a new pathway for our little family.What a year it has been and with many up's and down's along the way, we find ourselves striding forwards and taking on each opportunity and challenge, the best way that we can and keep working towards being the best parents we can be for our girls and professionals for our jobs.In this weeks podcast I welcome back Patrick who is a long time friend, client and mentor of mine, as we sit and talk about these past 12 months and what it has meant to me and what the future holds.I hope you enjoy the podcast and as always, please hit that SUBSCRIBE BUTTON to make sure you never miss any future episode and please consider leaving a 5 STAR RATING and POSITIVE REVIEW as it would meant the world to me.Join the tribe and become a NO BREAKFAST CLUB member today and receive a brand new workout each week, access to 3 LIVE Zoom sessions each week and access to the my VIMEO on demand workouts that you can do in your own time.Anyone can join and all you need to do is CLICK HERE to find out more and sign up today to join the team!Contact The No Breakfast Guy:Instagram: @the_no_breakfast_guyWebsite: www.thenobreakfastguy.comEmail: info@thenobreakfastguy.comYouTube: www.youtube.com/thenobreakfastguy

Radio geiles Leben!
Ich hatte beruflich alles erreicht und trotzdem kam der Punkt an dem ich unglücklich wurde

Radio geiles Leben!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 33:01


Ich hatte keine Ahnung was ich eigentlich machen sollte... Ich wusste gar nicht welche Talente ich habe habe. Durch meinen Beruflichen Werdegang habe ich viele Erfahrungen gemacht. Auf meinem Weg habe ich mich dann immer mehr in die Heiler Richtung bewegt. Wie dieser Weg aussieht und was Isabel heute macht, wird sie uns erzählen. Viel Spaß beim zuhören.

Der Geld-Podcast
Reich werden mit NFT ? (einfach erklärt)

Der Geld-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 11:31


investieren in NFTs = Non-Fungible Token (NFT) = nicht fungible Wertmarke für ein digitales Bild in der Blockchain Befeuert durch Erfolgsmeldungen, wie • CryptoPunk #7523 für knapp 12 Mio $ • Everydays: the first 5000 days für knapp 70 Mio § • Pak's „The Merge“ für 92 Mio § oder die Chancen mit dem Metavers Aber es ist auch oft nur eine Geldwäsche Du kannst mich gerne als Mentor buchen: https://michael-serve.de/ Zum kurzen Test: https://michael-serve.de/Finanzcheck

The Artists of Data Science
Data Science Happy Hour 64 | 14JAN2022

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 79:44


Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/nLf0_0I6uvU Resources: https://abseil.io/resources/sweatgoogle.2.pdf https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6783119648565141771 https://services.google.com/fh/files/misc/practitionersguidetomlopswhitepaper.pdf https://theartistsofdatascience.fireside.fm/andy-hunt https://www.benjerry.co.uk/flavours/flavour-graveyard/rainforest-crunch Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HarpreetSahotaTheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/datascienceharp Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/datascienceharp

How To Love Lit Podcast
Homer - The Odyssey - Episode 2 - Telemachus Begins The Journey To Manhood And Finding Odysseus!

How To Love Lit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 45:19


Homer - The Odyssey - Episode 2 - Telemachus Begins The Journey To Manhood And Finding Odysseus!   Hi, I'm Christy Shriver and we're her to discuss books that have changed the world and have changed us.    And I'm Garry Shriver, and this is the How to love lit podcast.  Today is our second episode covering the first and perhaps foremost author in what is often described as the Western Canon- Homer and his famous epic, The Odyssey.  Last week, we discussed a little of the historical context surrounding the mysterious origins of the story- the Bronze age, the Myceneans and the Trojan war.    But besides the origins of the stories, we also discussed the origins of Homer himself, if there was such a man.  It is thought that Homer lived 400 years after the timeframe of the settings of the stories he tells in his epics.  His version of The Odyssey was solidified in or around 750 BCE.  Tradition claims he was a blind bard who began this famous tale invoking the muse who had shared it with him, and within his stories the religion and cultural heritage of the Greeks has not only been preserved and passed down, but the tales have influenced the writing, thinking and worldviews of innumerable cultures around the world. Like most first book episodes, however, in episode 1 we didn't get far into the story itself, we stayed in the opening of book 1.  At the beginning of book 1, we meet Homer himself invoking the Muse to tell us Odysseus' story.  But then, the skies are opened before us and we are swiftly taken upward to the mighty Mt Olympus where we are privileged with a glimpse  inside a discussion between the gods where Zeus brings up Agamemnon's son, Orestes, avenging his father's murder by killing his own mother and her lover after they plotted and killed him on his return from Troy.  We are reminded by Zeus himself that men tend to blame the gods for everything that happens to them, but that there are many things that happen to us that are indeed our own fault.   Zeus talks about the case of Agamemnon's son avenging his death as an example.  Following this, Athena brings up the case of Odysseus, the mortal she likes.  She requests Zeus' permission and help to help bring Odysseus home, even though he has foolishly angered Zeus' brother, Poseidon, god of the sea, by blinding one of his sons, the cyclops, Polyphemus.      The Odyssey really has quite a complicated set up in some ways, and this week's episode which will cover the Telemachy is really more set up before we even meet the namesake main character, Odysseus in book 5.      There is a lot going on, there are a lot of Greek characters, a lot of backstory to explain why things are the way they are. Certainly a lot of intrigue and treachery has already taken place before we meet Odysseus on Ogygia's island, and we learn a lot of this context in the Telemachy.        True- the Telemachy or the first four books in the epic centers around Telemachus- and that is the name of Odysseus' son.  Odysseus' wife is named Penelope, and they had a son right before he had to leave against his will for the Trojan War.   The Odyssey opens with the story of Odysseus' son, but here in the Telemachy we also meet Penelope.  We meet Eurycleia.  She's a slave who has been a nurse for both Odysseus.  We meet Mentor.  It starts about a month before Odysseus arrives back in his homeland after his absences of 20 years.  In these first four books, we learn that Ithaca is in total chaos.  There is no leadership, no code of morality, no enforcer of the rules.   There has not been a assembly of the community in twenty years.  After the first four books of the Telemachy , the story switches over to Odysseus' captivity in book 5, where Hermes arrives at Ogygia and tells Calypso she must let Odysseus get home explaining to the reluctant nympyh that it is not his fate to stay with her forever.  The story of Odysseus' difficult journey from Calypso's island is from books 5-9- the stories about his journey over the last 10 years are told in the context of a flashback.  In chapter 15, we resume the Telemachy, with Telemachus arriving back home, and then in Book 16 Telemachus and Odysseus reunite and from there the story takes a totally different direction as these two seek to restore order and justice to Ithaca.  So, yes, it's slightly complicated.  But what do we expect from an epic!!!       I think it's likely that if you were Greek listening to this story being sung by Homer, himself, you already knew the stories at least in part, so the complicated plot line and characters weren't confusing like they can be for us today. But even today, so many of us are familiar with many of these story lines from different places.  For example, just the name mentor- I've heard that word used all my life, but I didn't know Mentor was the name of a man in the Odyssey who mentored Telemachus.  There's a lot of references in pop culture to a lot that we're reading- from the various gods that show up in movies, or monsters that have found their way in video games, or even just portions of the stories that have been told in things like cartoons.   Things like cyclops and sirens are a part of the culture of the world, and it seems I've always known what they were not necessarily knowing they came from The Odyssey.  For me, the best way to read this book, is not to try to keep track of all the names and characters.  It's easy to get  lost in the details of the different digressions. I found that just reading through is the best plan- and if I forget who Mentes is or Eurymachus, I can still understand what's happening in the story.  It doesn't hurt the overall understanding if we don't understand every detail of every story Menelaus, Nestor or Helen want to share with Telemachus.      No, I agree, the main ideas are easy to follow.  For one reason and this was also one thing we talked about last week is how Homer pares down the complicated Greek pantheon of gods to a number small enough for us to manage, so the pantheon of gods isn't what is going to confuse us.  Once you know who Athena, Zeus, Poseidon and Hermes are, you are pretty much good to go, and these we will learn in context. But another reason is because the focus isn't on the gods it's on the family- and even that is pared down.  We are concerned about Odysseus' family.  The value and the place of the family is very important to Homer and to Greek culture.  Odysseus, as well as the other characters, but let's focus on Odysseus, always identifies himself in relation to his family- his father, Laertes, his son, Telemachus,  and/ or his wife, Penelope.  Understanding what these basic family relationships mean is of great interest to Homer.  What does it mean to be a father, a son, a wife?  What do we do with these roles?  How do they form our identity?     So,the Telemachy which is the first four books of the Odyssey focuses on Telemachus as the starting point of the story, which is a little unusual.  Telemachus is not the protagonist of the Odyssey.  He's also not very heroic, at least not as we think of Greek heroes.  In fact, a lot of literary critics absolutely reject Telemachus as anything but drain on Odysseus.  I am not going to see him like that.  I see Telemachus' role as unique, for sure.  And, he definitely is not a returning hero like his future, but he is still the future- but it is a different future.  He is the future for Odysseus, the future for Ithaca and will have to be defined differently.  Whatever Odysseus is to be in this world after he returns from Troy, he will be it in the context of his family relationships- and when we see Odysseus on the island with Calypso, we see him understanding himself just in that way.  Calypso has offered him immortality, but it's not what he wants.  As great as he is, as a hero, as a warrior, as a pirate, he is nothing alone, and so before we meet Odysseus in chapter five crying and groaning for home, we start by looking at Telemachus- the personification of Odysseus' home.  One thing to notice about Telemachus as a character, and this is something I didn't know until I researched him for this podcast, is that Telemachus is the ONLY character in Greek literature that is not a static character.      Just as a refresher, let me remind everyone that Static characters are characters that don't change in stories. The character traits that define them at the end of the story are the same as the ones in the beginning and usually the one that creates the tragedy.  We saw this in both Oedipus and Antigone.  No one in those stories is willing to change- hence the problem.  Dynamic characters are characters that are changed by the experiences of the story- either for the better or for the worse, so you're saying that NO other characters besides Telemachus experience change over time or grow up?    I'm not saying it.  Greek scholars CMH Millar and JWS Carmichael made that claim in the journal Greece and Rome, but yes- that's it exactly.  Greeks are famous for their tragedies, but how the stories are set up with those chorus' and all, it's not designed for characters to develop inside the story- maybe between stories- Oedipus certainly changes between stories, but not within a story.  Telemachus is the only character where, the point of him is to see him change over time. So, whatever this change is, is obviously something very important to Homer.  And for Homer, the change is explicitly stated- it is not implied- it is absolutely stated through the various characters who will talk to Telemachus.  Homer is interested in showing us how a boy becomes a man.  Now, let me make the one obvious disclaimer, I am going to use gendered language because this is the way the ancient Greeks thought of this idea today we call coming of age- but please understand that this journey of self-discovery is not exclusively male – it's not even exclusively a path from childhood to adulthood, although that's always the language we employ and a good way of understanding this.    No- I think psychologically speaking, we could say that many adults never arrive to this sense of  manhood if you want to use the gendered language of the Greeks.  What Homer is clearly talking about is that place in a life's journey where any individual takes up the burden of personal responsibility- the transition from passive agent in one's life to active agent.  This is something that we think of as being nurtured by parenting because role models are how we learn in this world.  But parenting is a luxury not everyone experiences.  What do you do if you have no healthy role models in your world for whatever reason?   And what if you do- is a privileged birth a guarantee of future success? What we can see clearly in the life of Telemachus, especially if you compare him with the suitors and other sons in the Telemachy is that nothing is guaranteed- regardless of your advantages or disadvantages.  This acceptance of personal responsibility that the Greeks are representing through this language of becoming a man is something that no one can do for anyone else-  either a person takes on the burden of responsibility for his or herself and the others who are in their orbit or a person doesn't.  The suitors certainly think there is a shortcut to success, and so did the man who killed Agamemnon.       But, the gods don't allow these kinds of people to succeed ultimately- in the cases you just mentioned  both of these groups experience  the same fate- death.  Homer's gods absolutely make sure everyone gets hit with something- not even King Menelaus himself, married to the most beautiful woman in the world escapes the twists and turns of fate thrown at them by the gods.  But as we are told in the first lines of the story- what we do with the circumstances we are given are in large part what will seal the outcome of our existences.      And so the challenge of facing one individual's particular fate is broken down by looking at the particular circumstances facing Telemachus at this particular age.  Most scholars suggest he is probably 20, but that's not explicitly stated anywhere.  I think it's also interesting to note that the things he has to deal with are tremendously difficult problems and they are also not his fault.  Telemachus knows this and does what most people at least want to do when we are faced with tremendously large and difficult problems that are not our fault.  We meet Telemachus in the beginning  casting blame and sulking.  He's angry, but honestly it's easy life.  He gets pushed around by people who have literally injected themselves into his world, and he just sits in a corner.      I find it interesting that at one point Telemachus even claims that he's not even sure who his father is- even though- no one else seems to question this at all.  It's that kind of ‘who am I' that seems to be casting blame.  None of what we see in Telemachus here is very admirable or helpful.   Homer clearly illustrates the cost of doing nothing- regardless of the reason- and there are lots of good reasons to do nothing-  Telemachus has reasons to be intimidated.   He's young, he's outnumbered by men who are better trained, larger and older than he is.   He doesn't have any personal strength of mind, but maybe not of body either. At least at this point in the story, we can't be sure of how strong or smart he is.  He hasn't done anything to show us one way or the other.      Yes- and I'm glad you brought up strength of mind-  you have brought us exactly back to Athena- the goddess of wisdom.  That's who Telemachus needs and that who comes to intervene on his behalf.  The best of us are the ones who are good at listening to Athena, and thinking of wisdom as a Greek goddess speaking in our ear- is a very lovely way to conceptualize this.  In this case, he will hear a little voice speaking to him from outside of himself.  It will be on him to decide whether or not to listen to the voice.  Let us jump into the story and see how Athena meets Telemachus in book 1.  One magical element of the story is that Athena is a shape-shifter.  She can appear to people as anything or anyone she wants and that is what she does.  She is going to approach Telemachus as an old family friend, a neighboring king, a man by the name of Mentes.  As Mentes, she enters his house.      Page 81    Telemachus receives her/him well.  He gives him a seat of honor and tries to take care of the stranger.  It doesn't appear that he knows him.      No, and Athena, as Mentes, prophecies that his father will come home.  But Telemachus is despondent.  He's bitter at what has happened.  He's angry people have moved in and are taking over his home, siphoning off his wealth, and that his mother can't seem to do anything about it.  But it never occurs to him that HE can do anything himself.  He dreams of the day when his father will come back, he also longs to be famous in his own right. He dreams, but he cannot conceive of taking initiative himself.  Athena, the voice of wisdom must awaken him.  Let's read what she says in the person of Mentes    Page 86-87    First of all, he must remember who he is.  He is a son- a member of a family, he has responsibility to himself, but also to his father dead or alive as well as his mother.  Athena charges him to take up that banner of responsibility, but then she gives him a very practical plan.  Do this 1) get a boat, 2) find some associates 3) go get some advice from older successful men.  Find out the status of your family.  After you have information as to your actual status, come back and take hold of your own life.      It's also interesting that she compares him to this other prince we've heard about from Zeus, Prince Orestes who killed Aegisthus, a different lord who had made a play on his birthright and had taken him down.  There is this idea that gods will help you, but it's on you to take down your rivals.  Over the next three books, Telemachus kind of wakes up to this idea that nobody is coming- although in his case, someone IS coming, but Athena doesn't let him know that.      He wakes up to his own independence- his separateness from his mother, his nurse, his mentor, even this father- he is going to become comfortable with his own personhood.  Leaving home was Athena's strategy to enable this to happen in him.  He wakes up to a sense of responsibility- that it's on him to make something happen but lastly, he also wakes up to the difficulties of his mother's position.  He doesn't come across as empathetic at first, but this changes as he himself matures and we see this in book 15- he moves to viewing his mother as a woman with complicated choices and respects what she's managed to do and I, as a mom, appreciated this change in attitude, for sure. When Telemachus talks to his mom in book 1, and I know this is my own cultural understanding of a text of a different culture, but I was offended at how rude he appeared to me- more offended than Penelope was.  He bosses her around.  I want to read this, “So mother, go back to your quarters.  Tend to your own tasks, the distaff and the loom, and keep the women working hard as well.  As for giving orders, men will see to that, but I most of all: I hold the reins of power in this house.”  I would have wanted to say, young man, don't talk to your mother like that.  But, her reaction is not one of offense, but the word the Fagles uses is “astonished”.  And she obeys him almost happy.  It says she took to heart “the clear good sense in what her son had said.”              Well, I think she was astonished.  Here is this young man who has never taken agency in his life, and now he's going to try to stand up to her and to the suitors.  She seems to be glad he's at least owning the fact that he has responsibility in this household.  This is new.  In some ways, especially if you compare him to Orestes who is likely the same age as he is- that Telemachus might even be an embarrassment to her.  The suitors certainly have no respect for him.  In the very next paragraph it says they and I quote, “broke into uproar through the shadowed halls, all of them lifting prayers to lie beside her, share her bed.”  Penelope has been and IS  in real danger with no protection at all.  Now Telemachus tells the suitors to leave; they are amazed that he is willing to talk to them like that, even if they don't show any signs of actually moving or conceding space.  Antinous says this, “I pray that Zeus will never make YOU king of Ithaca, though your father's crown is no doubt yours by birth.”  In other words, I know this is your birth right but if you cannot claim it, you cannot have it.  The idea being, even if something is yours by birthright, it's not really yours until you can claim it.    Leadership as we all know, is more than a position, there must be an element of person charisma that creates respect.  When someone is supposed to be charge who does have personal charisma and who cannot garner respect, someone else who does will snatch it regardless of who holds the official position.      And that's where we are in the story here in Book 1.  Telemachus should be a king, but he is trapped in a place where he can't get anyone to respect him even if he wanted them to.     According to Aristotle, albeit years later, one essential part of being a king or leader is the ability to dispense justice.  That is what kings do in the ancient world, and really that's what good leadership is supposed to do to this day.  Telemachus has not done that up to this point; he has not been able to do that in any way for various reasons- and the reasons are understandable.  But that doesn't matter.  He has not administered his properties; he is not administering justice in his realm of influence, and so Telemachus has no authority and his world has no harmony.  Until he can figure that piece out, he is not in charge, he is not a king.  And so the question the text brings up, is how can he do this?  And of course the first step is that he must realize it's on him to do it.  Telemachus is going to have to construct his own authority in the eyes of those suitors.    Well, that's true, and honestly, he has to construct authority in the eyes of the reader of the text as well.  WE have to decide he's worthy, especially after we see everything that Odysseus is and has been.  If Homer can convince us that Telemachus is worthy, then we can accept and even feel glee when we see what happens to the suitors at the end of the story.  It will feel like a king dispensing justice and not just vengeance.  That's an important distinction.  Justice is for everyone; vengeance is personal.  And of course, at no time either in book 1 or in book 2 are we convinced that Telemachus is capable of of being a king.  In book 2, he calls an assembly together of all the Acheans.  This is a big deal.  No assembly has been called since Odysseus left twenty years before.   Everyone crowds around, the elders come in, Telemachus takes his father's seat.  Nine speeches are given by various people, but on first pass nothing good comes out of any of this.  Telemachus is filled with anger, he complains about what they have done but ultimately he dashes the speaker's scepter and bursts into tears.  None of that is great, but it IS a start.  The text says that everyone felt pity, but what does that do.  They just sat there in silence.  One of the suitors, Antinous, speaks up and basically says, well, it's really your mother's fault.  She won't pick a new husband, but instead has tricked us.  She told us she would marry someone when she finished making this shroud for her father-in-law Laertes, but every day she weaved it and every night she unraveled her work, so that the shroud was never done.  This went on for three years. Antinous calls Penelope “matchless queen of cunning” which is quite the backhanded compliment, but ultimately, he is taking the focus away from Telemachus.  Telemachus appears to be a nothing here.  On the other hand, and let me ask this question, from a historical perspective,  I never really have understood why Penelope had to get married.  Why couldn't she just be the queen?      Well, I'm not totally sure, remember this culture is mysterious.  One idea might be that warring and pirating is such a key component of the culture, so as not have a warrior as the head would leave a kingdom vulnerable to invaders- that may be one idea.  But, I will say, just in general, that it's important to understand that every single character in this story is an aristocrat.  These are not common people.  They are rulers, and in the world of aristocrats, and this is not just in Greek culture, but all cultures to this day, if we're honest, people put a lot of effort in planning and selecting marriages.  Social interchange between families creates links of union and interdependence that are the hallmark of the history of humanity as a whole.  So, in that sense, marriage is a political and economic game that can be won or lost.  Men compete- and this is no more obvious than with this actual game we will see being played by these suitors.  I think it's important to note that all of these suitors come from good aristocratic families.  These are not beggars or miscreants that are moving in on her.  They are Greece's finest, so to speak, men who feel like they can compete and deserve to be a king.  What is a little difficult to understand here is who is supposed to be responsible for the choice of Penelope's next husband, and we see different answers depending on who's talking here. Athena tells Telemachus to send his mother back to her father and to let her father make this choice.   Antinous says something similar, but if Antinous sends Penelope back, the he's the one in charge, not Telemachus.  If she goes back because Antinous told her to, basically the suitors have already seized authority over Penelope in making this decision for her and taking it away from Telemachus.  What we can say for sure, is there is a power vacuum in Ithaca- Telemachus may have the position of leadership because of his birthright, but he doesn't possess the charisma or the moral authority at this point to exercise any leadership and be listened to.  He is ignored and irrelevant.      That is the point of his own Odyssey.  And I think that's the whole idea that people have intuitively understood.  The first step in manhood and I'll use the gendered language of the Greeks, the first step to growing up is understanding that you have to do something and if you don't- others will swoop in and make those decisions for you, but the decisions others make likely will not be in your best interest.   Even if you start out disadvantaged, just as Telemachus is starting here, there are things you can do to help yourself.  For Telemachus, that's what he gets from listening to the goddess Athena and discerning her words of wisdom.  He gets up, calls an assembly, announces his plan.  He heard Mentes and figured out that those were words he should be listening to- they were the words of the goddess Athena.  But after listening, he still has to make a choice, he has to actually pick up and do what Athena told him to.  And he does.  He goes to the storehouse, collects goods for the trip, he talks to his nanny and tells her to not tell his mom for at least 10 maybe 12 days,  and he even faces down the suitors, clearly establishing to their faces that he views them as enemies.  He calls out the game.  And let me further note, as soon as he starts moving, Athena also engaged the world and pushed others to help him.  She also drugs the suitors so he can get out without being challenged.      Page 105        And off he goes first in book 3 and then in book 4 to older wiser men- King Nestor at Pylos and then King Menelaus at Sparta.  One interesting little side-bar is that scholars really do not agree  as to what he gets out of this trip if anything.  For sure, he doesn't get what he sets out to get.  He doesn't find his father.  They also don't agree on how long he was gone.  Homer in a couple of places implies he's only there a couple of days, but in other places, and if you match up Telemachus leaving Ithaca with Odysseus leasing Ogygia, he would need to have been gone about a month.      I think the month idea makes more sense especially if you think about the changes that occur in Telemachus while he's gone.    Well, I agree.  Also there's that detail that the nurse was told not to tell her for 10-12 days, so that's another hint, that Homer understands and expects his audience to understand Telemachus is gone longer than a couple of days.  Anyway, I'm not sure it matters a whole lot- the transformation is the transformation and the reunion on the other side will be the reunion on the other side.  In Pylos, he meets Nestor's son, Peisistratus, who has had a much more normal upbringing than Telemachus had. Pylos is kind of the example of family that has gone right.  Nestor, even in the Iliad is kind of portrayed as a wise counselor who gives speeches and advice.  Although it has been pointed out that at no time does Telemachus ask their opinion on what he should do.  He seems to be interested just in learning about the past, who his father way, how things have worked.    And he learns a lot about that.   Nestor talks  a lot about what happened at Troy- things I didn't know.  He talks about Achilles and Patroclus, about Ajax, King Priam and the role Odysseus played in the war.  He also tells Telemachus about his own journey home, and we revisit again this story about Agamemnon being murdered by his friend and Orestes murdering his father's murderer as well as his own mother.      To which I notice Telemachus said, “If only the gods would arm me in such power I'd take revenge on the lawless, brazen suitors.”  Basically, saying, I wish I were like that guy.   It's very obvious that Telemachus doesn't know how to act in this world and that is exactly why Athena sent him out.  Ithaca is not the world of Pylos or Sparta.  In fact, it's very different, but there are things to learn.  He learns by listening to how other men act and how he they interact with each other.  He learns how to conduct himself religiously, too.  How do I stay out of trouble with the gods.  The day after the big banquet Nestor throws, Nestor sends his youngest daughter Polyoaste to give Telemachus a bath.  There are those who suggest this detail of the bath is designed to express some sort of a baptism, if you want to see it that way.  Telemachus emerges and I quote, “looking like a god”.  I don't know if that's a stretch- sometimes literary people can stretch stuff.      Maybe a bath is just a bath,    yes or maybe it IS a baptism.  Who knows.  What we do know for sure is that Nestor sees something great in Telemachus, something the suitors haven't seen.  Nestor sees leadership, something, we as readers haven't seen either and Telemachus responds to this.  Nestor gives him horses, a chariot and sends him off with his own son to Sparta.  In Sparta, we are going to assume he stays for about a month, he will see and experience the life of the most successful man in Greece, Menelaus, husband to Queen Helen, the woman who started the Trojan war.  Telemachus is overwhelmed by the amazing opulence of this environment.  He's never seen anything like this before.  In terms of wealth, this is the ultimate.      The main takeaway from my perspective for Telemachus is comparing how Menelaus conducts affairs successfully and we can compare this to how things are going in Ithaca.  If we think about the last conversation Telemachus had about his mother not getting married, how interesting that we see Menelaus conducting not one but two marriages- and not even his child through his wife.  Menelaus is creating that most political of arrangements- marriages- two of them.  WE can already see that Telemachus is less awkward meeting Menelaus than he was meeting Nestor, even though this stage is even bigger.  He's speaking is more controlled and more confident to the point that when Menelaus offers him three horses, and he actually declines because horses are impractical in Ithaca.  In other words, this version of Telemachus can engage a great man like Menelaus as an equal.      Or man to man- to use a gendered expression- and this really impresses Menelaus.  WE don't know what all happens in Sparta really.  We do get to hear Helen's side of the Trojan war story, which I found really interesting, but we don't really have time to get into that- suffice it to say, it's not her fault.  The main takeaway is that by the time Telemachus leaves Menelaus which isn't until book 15, he's ready to go home.  The Telamachy won't pick up again until book 15 when Athena sends him home.  But by book 15, Telemachus is aware of his responsibilities, and we see this new Telemachus- Telemachus 2.0 as a man of action.  I know it's getting a head in the story if we look by chapters, but by book 15, Telemachus is going to offer political asylum to a wanted murderer in Ithaca.  This is stepping out in the realm of administering justice.  The man's name is Theoclymenus.   Theoclymenus is a prophet and interprets for Telemachus and omen of a hawk who is appearing on the right with a dove in its talons.  He correctly predicts that “no family in Ithaca is kinglier than yours; you will have power forever.”  That's always a nice thing to say.      And so, there we go, now Telemachus is set up for the confrontation, now we just need to get Odysseus home.      Yes- and that is what books 5-8 are about as well.  Odysseus also must find his way to those sandy shores- but before he does, he's going to tell the King who will take him how he ever got himself in the mess he did.  And next episode, we'll listen in and find out why you should never expect a Christmas party invite from a cyclops.  There's the tip for the day.      Ha!  Well, I'll keep my hopes down on that score.  Thank you for listening.  If you are enjoying this series on Homer and the Odyssey, please remember to give us a rating on your podcast ap.  And of course, share an episode with a friend.  Also, don't hesitate to connect with us via email, our website www.howtolovelitpodcast.com, Instagram, Facebook, linked in or any other social media ap you use.   And if you are listening to this in real time, we hope you are getting off to a great start in this year 2022.             

KAren Swain ATP Radio
Tanis Helliwell Highlights The Inner Sanctum Dec 2021

KAren Swain ATP Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 92:34


See More https://karenswain.com/inner-sanctum/ Follow us here for other info https://mewe.com/i/karenswain1 Join us here https://odysee.com/@KAren-Swain:c Tanis Helliwell is a leading-edge psychotherapist, well-known for working to heal physical, emotional and mental traumas and patterns, who has taught her techniques internationally to groups of psychiatrists, physicians, psychotherapists as well as the general public. She is the founder of the International Institute for Transformation, Center for higher learning, (IIT) which offers programs to assist individuals to become conscious creators, and work with the spiritual laws governing our world. Tanis has seen and heard elementals, angels, and master teachers in higher dimensions since she was a child. She is the author of many books, a Inspirational Speaker, she has presented at many conferences across the world, was a faculty member of the Banff Centre for Leadership for over 20 years, has taught and trained in the corporate world, and been a consultant to business, universities, medical organisations and government. THANK YOU for SHARING these conversations, we present them to you completely FREE with NO Ads! Please spread the LOVE and Wisdom. BIG LOVE ks Spiritual Teacher, Psychic Medium and Channel, KAren helps you align with your Soul's calling. Connect with KAren Swain here http://karenswain.com/ and download her free report '10 Top Ways to Lasting Happiness'. KAren Swain is a Channel, Mentor, Spiritual Teacher and Way-shower for the expansion of our Powers of Deliberate Creation, invites other teachers and experiencers to ATP Media to expand the conversation of how to evolve human consciousness, expand human potential, overcome adversity, advance human society as we transition to the next evolutionary step in human evolution. Enjoy our conversations. BIG LOVE ksx Appreciate KAren's work on ATP Media Awakening Consciousness? Please support us, you can share your love on this link https://www.paypal.me/KArenASwain. THANK YOU GET THE Awakened By Death BOOK on Amazon HERE https://www.amazon.com/Awakened-Death-Stories-Transformation-Awakening-ebook/dp/B07B8KFG2M/ref=dp_olp_1 SHINE YOUR LIGHT Brightly JOIN US IN THE INNER SANCTUM Calling all Difference Makers and New World Teachers... Join The Inner Sanctum monthly Online Gatherings for Deliberate Creation teachings, Spiritual Awakening and more. Meet some of the wonderful guests KAren has had on ATP Media and be supported by a tribe of like minded spiritual teachers and seekers. To join our webinar series please subscribe to the Inner Sanctum, sign up here... http://karenswain.com/inner-sanctum/ When you join you have access to all the recording and each month you can meet KAren and her guests and ask your questions. LINKS ====== Website: http://karenswain.com/ ATP Media Website: https://www.karenswain-atpmedia.com/ ATPMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AccentuateThePositive/ ATP FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/AccentuateThePositiveRadio/ Blissful Beings FB: https://www.facebook.com/KArenSwainBlissfulBeings/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/KAren_A_Swain JOIN our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/AwakeningEmpowermentNetwork/ HashTags ======== #Enlightenment #Spirituality #HumanPotential #Angels #Awakening #Hypnotherapy #EnergyHealing #healing #Channelling #Afterlife #StarSeeds #spiritualpodcast #StarChildren #telepathy. #PsychicAbilities #SpiritualTeachers

Walk With Me Podcast
Global Virtual Panel of Stillbirth Survivors Event - Jan.14 2022

Walk With Me Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 122:03


This event is to raise awareness and educate others on the Stillbirth topic. This event will be a survivors resource training! Hosted by Regeline Sabbat - Motivational Keynote Speaker, 5x Bestselling Author, Life Coach, First generation Haitian American, the host of Walk With Me Podcast on JRQTV, Financial Expert, and CEO and Founder of Life Service Center of America, LLC. Endorsed by Les Brown.   Speakers: (Master of Ceremonies) Lakisha James - Corporate event planner, Set Designer, Mentor, Author, and Atlanta Chapter Leader for World Women Conference & Awards Stacey Matarazzo Dinburg- Stacey is the vice president and co-founder of The 2 Degrees Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to impacting stillbirth outcomes in the state of NJ. As a mother of a stillborn daughter Stacey has felt the need to turn her tragedy into a purpose. Stacey and her husband Sean's first born daughter, Rhyan Ava was born sleeping on January 30, 2014 at 37 weeks gestational age. She has since become an advocate for maternal health including infertility, maternal mental health, pregnancy and infant loss, pregnancy after loss, and parenting after loss. Over the past 6 years, Stacey has been an invited speaker at RMA of NJ's series “The Doctor is in”, “The Stillbirth Management Conference” through the Partnership of Maternal & Child Health of Northern New Jersey, and has testified for the appropriate implementation of The Autumn Joy Stillbirth Research & Dignity Act in Trenton. Her stillbirth story has been featured in NY FOX 5's Dr. Manny Alvarez's “Ask Dr. Manny” news blog and in Hackensack Merdian Health Views magazine. Stacey is a certified special educator and studied behavioral psychology at Caldwell University. She is currently studying to become a certified bereavement and birthing doula. She also works part time as an instructional facilitator and a teacher trainer at a specialized school for students with special needs. Most importantly, Stacey is the proud mother of 2 beautiful little girls, her rainbows. She currently resides in New Jersey with her family.   Ana Vick- Ana Vick is the Co-Director of Awareness for PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy and a mother of three (always missing one) whose traumatic experience with two early miscarriages and her middle son, Owen's, unexpected stillbirth in 2015, have called her to join the fight to end preventable stillbirths.  Putting her UCLA Psychology B.A. and television production background into use, Ana leads discussion and support rooms weekly on Clubhouse in the Empowered Pregnancy Club that she founded to connect with loss families, expectant parents and medical providers. She is a vocal part of the community of bereaved parents on social media (her handle on all platforms is StillMySon) helping to break the stigma and silence shrouding stillbirth. She interviews other bereaved parents regularly about their experience because she believes that by amplifying the stillbirth crisis we can create an urgent outcry for improved standards of care for everyone.  Ana promotes change through supporting legislative efforts including advocating for stillbirth tax credits around the country and bills targeting stillbirth prevention and bereavement care. She is relentless in her determination to end stillbirth and improve maternity care because of the rampant number of families, like her own, that continue to be wrecked by this failure of our medical system. Our country has a long way to go in developing protocols to prevent stillbirths, so it's critical that we are not silent on this issue. As a bilingual Latina, Ana's interest in improving the higher rate of stillbirth in the BIPOC community is deeply personal and an area of change she will be dedicating great attention to this year.  Ana has shared her personal story in national and local press including Today Parents and CBS 17 News, however, her main focus is on collaboration with other nonprofits, pregnancy advice platforms (such as Mommy Labor Nurse and Juna) and influencers to spread PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy's prevention tips to expectant parents. By empowering families with the knowledge that stillbirth still happens (even in healthy pregnancies like hers was) and explaining what they can do to minimize their risks, she believes we can save many babies in memory of her son, Owen, and all babies gone too soon.  The Vick's recently relocated cross country from California to North Carolina, where her husband is from, with their two living children and two mini aussie pups; They fill each other's days with joy and gratitude as they navigate life after loss together. Randy is a Canadian dad of 2 girls (one in heaven). He lost his second born daughter to stillbirth in June 2020 and since then has realized the gap in support for grieving dads.  He is eager to spread the message of what it's like as a grieving dad and how we can support them when they need it most Kim is a mom of 2 girls (one in heaven). Her oldest is 4 years old and River Joy would have been 18 months old as she was born still at 34 weeks pregnant in June of 2020.  Kim is married her to husband Randy of almost 7 years where together with their daughter they live in Ontario Canada. Kim is passionate about stillbirth advocacy and supporting others through their grief with her social media platform (Instagram). Her goal is to help other mamas know they aren't alone in their grief, and also help to prevent stillbirth from happening by educating others.  Karina Portes, mommy to son Trevor Rafael whom was stillborn. As a grieving mom finding out the cause of death of my son was devastated. After sending his placenta pathology to and Dr. Harvey Kliman from Yale university who determined it was from a Placenta abruption due to a 16% percentile small Placenta. In other words this could have possibly been preventable if my baby placenta was measure during my pregnancy which unfortunately is not standard care in the United States today. There are 23,000 babies a year that are stillborn just in the United States and a lot of them are preventable making measuring the placenta standard care would've save my baby and many more. Today my family and I have to live to this ongoing grief and trama.    Sponsors: Ragne Sinikas - Founder of World Women Conference & Awards (WWCA), Women Entrepreneurs TV, Change Makers Coach, Public Speaker Michael D. Butler -CEO of Beyond Publishing, Book Publisher, Global Speaker, Media Coach Daniel Gomez- Keynote Speaker, Corporate Trainer, Executive Coach, Confidence Architect, and Author Melahni Ake- Melahni Ake, is the founder of Everyday Leaders Professional Coaching and Consulting, a Certified John Maxwell Team leadership coach, speaker and trainer, and as a Certified WHY Institute Agent she helps others Discover their own WHY, Melahni professional influence began at Walt Disney World and carried into financial services, fundraising and medical device sales and leadership. She believes in the power of our mindset to design our life with purpose. She is a popular Event Master of Ceremonies, Voice Actor, Leadership Podcast Host of Everyday Leaders 50in50, best selling author, motivational speaker and life strategy coach who challenges her clients to dream beyond their limiting beliefs and create better strategic ways to make sense out of the possibilities in front of them to change the world. What she knows is that When you know your WHY, and START with WHY, What You Do has more Impact. Lakisha James- Corporate event planner, Set Designer, Mentor, Author, and Atlanta Chapter Leader for World Women Conference & Awards

Muse Mentors
Violinist Nicholas Kitchen and his mentor Szymon Goldberg ~a beautiful musical paradox of old technology and new...

Muse Mentors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 37:44


Nicholas Kitchen, one of the country's leading violinists is a founding member of the Boston-based Borromeo String Quartet. Nick is perhaps the most important protégé of the great Polish violinist Szymon Goldberg. Nick has been loaned his teacher's violin-- the Giuseppe Guarneri, Cremona, ca. 1730, "Goldberg-Baron Vitta" to play throughout his career. In his musical life, Nick was first nurtured by his musically hands-on parents and later through his mentorship with Goldberg.  Nick's rich and profound musical life is a beautiful paradox of old and new technology.Music credits:Schubert, Death and The Maiden String Quartet, Borromeo QuartetJP Sousa, Semper Fidelis, The President's Own Marine BandBeethoven, Violin Sonata, Op. 24 "Spring", Szymon Goldberg-violin, Lili Krauss-piano  JS Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565, Hans-André Stamm-organBeethoven, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, mmt. 3 Rondo,  Henryk Szeryng-violin, Hans Zender-conductorSchubert, Mass No. 5 in A Flat Major, D.678 - 4. Sanctus Choir of St. John's College, CambridgeJS Bach,  Fantasia and fugue in G minor BWV 542 - Van DoeselaarBeethoven, String Quartet, Op. 18, No. 1, Borromeo QuartetJS Bach, Adagio, BWV 1110, Nicholas KitchenKreisler, Liebeslied, Fritz KreislerHandel, Op. 1, No. 13 mmt. 1 D Major Sonata, Szymon Goldberg-violin, Gerald Moore-pianoPolish folksong for mandolinesJS Bach, Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042: I. Allegro, Syzmon Goldberg-violinBeethoven, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, mmt. 1, Syzmon Goldberg-violinMozart, Sonata for Piano and Violin in E Minor, K.304 - Tempo di minuetto, Syzmon Goldberg-violin and Radu Lupu-pianoMozart, Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major, K219, mmt. 1Beethoven, String Quartet, No. 13, Op. 130,  Borromeo QuartetLouis Moyse, Second Sonata, Scherzo, Karen Kevra-flute, Paul Orgel-pianoStrauss, Don Juan, Op. 20, Berling Philharmonic, Von KarajanBeethoven, Symphony No. 9, mmt. 3 , Adagio molto e cantabile, FurtwänglerSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42335511)

4Life
The Resilience Mentor

4Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 36:58


This podcast features Sylvester Jenkins. He's known for being a Leadership and resilience mentor, author, mental health advocate and a retired Army Veteran. He shared his life experiences and what he had to endure to get to where he is today. For more please listen to the full episode. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deonte-dsmooth-flowers/support

The Mindset Athlete Podcast
#254 The Motion Mentor with Charlotte Hurst (Bsc Chiro, MMCA, DC)

The Mindset Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 77:20


Dr of Chiropractic for People and Animals, Author, Blogger, Movement Coach, Athlete and Type 1 Diabetic Charlotte is the founder of Hurst Health with a vision to provide the ultimate Health Centre, incorporating the very best and most innovative treatments and therapies for patients. Hurst Health currently focuses on Chiropractic, Compression and Cryotherapy in a beautiful location in the heart of Worcestershire, UK, where the drive is towards helping people become intuitive about their bodies. Charlotte is a chiropractor with over 15 years experience in helping performance, healing and function in her patients. Developing the brand #themotionmentor, Charlotte is leading the way, demonstrating that movement is fundamental to good health. Charlotte welcomes all patients into her clinic with particular focus on the athlete; helping to fine tune their bodies to reach their very best performance and recover from injury and setbacks in the quickest, most effective and safe way. This is done by integrating the health and coaching teams of the athlete so that there is a collective drive towards the same goal. Charlotte leads by example in the constant search and research into the most effective ways of reaching optimal health. Always learning and developing her own knowledge and skillset in the ever-moving health industry, Charlotte is committed to helping every one of her patients with tailor-made treatment plans. Sport is a huge passion of Charlotte's. Olympics have always held a huge part in her heart; 6 months spent working in London over the 2012 Games for the London Organising Committee only cemented this passion (The contract was on the Fleet Asset Management Team). A short contract in Qatar followed for the United Nations Climate Change Conference. Charlotte has also lived in France and Southern Ireland, and is now settled back in Worcestershire, committed to driving the growth of Hurst Health Ltd. Charlotte leads a full life with her two dogs, Elmo and Dottie, in Worcestershire, and can regularly be seen as a judge on the equestrian showing circuit, enjoying the tennis court, hockey pitch and netball court, and can also be found on a mountain, training hard or pounding the pavements in preparation for the London Marathon back in 2021. You can learn more about Charlotte via her website hursthealth.co.uk and connect with her on Facebook and Instagram   For more information about James Roberts (the host of the podcast), visit jamesowenroberts.com and connect with him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

The Artists of Data Science
Telling Your Data Story | Scott Taylor

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 64:41


Scott Taylor: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottmztaylor/ https://www.metametaconsulting.com Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/LZHB6wcAUdg Memorable Quotes from the Episode: [00:26:52] "... if the Data science community worked more closely with the Data management community, I think we can, you know, let's stamp out wrangling or at least munching. Let's stamp out munching at least in our lifetime, since so many of those issues that people spend time on could be solved in the Data management side of the house. They may even have that data. I don't know how many times I learned at DB even at DB, where people were just like kind of starting over looking at something, it's like, you know, there's an existing list somewhere." Highlights of the Show: [00:01:29] Guest Intro [00:03:42] Where'd you grow up? What was it like there? [00:05:07] How did you get education in the United Nations School? [00:07:06] How how did you get into Data? [00:07:54] What was the first job you had? [00:09:52] How did you end up learning about "Data"? [00:12:56] What are the four Cs you talk about in your book? [00:13:37] How have databases transformed from the time you started working on it? [00:29:31] What would be the first thing you do to help your organization start on a path to creating a Data strategy? [00:46:02] Random Round [00:46:07] It's one hundred years in the future. What do you want to be remembered for? [00:47:22] When do you think the first video to hit one trillion views on YouTube. Will happen and what will it be about? [00:48:41] So what are you currently reading? [00:48:57 What's something that you watch recently? [00:50:36] What about music? What do you got on repeat? [00:51:15] What makes you cry? [00:56:10] What talent would you show off in a talent show? [00:58:28] What are you interested in that most people haven't heard of? [00:58:43] What's your earliest memory? Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HarpreetSahotaTheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/datascienceharp Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/datascienceharp

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1
EP #167 JOE NAYQUONABE-CEO ANDREA BOLIN-CHIEF OF STAFF THE RIGHT THINGS FOR THE RIGHT REASONS

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 94:48


ANDREA BOLIN Certified in Servant Leadership from Cornell University, Andrea is focused on initiatives which deliver results with MLCV. Andrea identifies, creates, and executes special projects that enhance the company's mission and core values. Key initiative is to bridge all businesses within the organization's portfolio to enhance the company culture, drive strategy for performance results and cohesiveness across. A personal mission is to help all within MLCV and other organizations to foster a culture of servant leadership. Creating authentic leaders who inspire and support others passion in serving others is vital to delivering on a culture of servant leadership. During her tenure, Andrea has helped spearhead several signature programs helping to foster Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures servant leadership focused culture, including an internal leadership development conference, where 450 leaders across the company learn new leadership skills to bring to their roles each year; a National Leadership Development Conference (NLDC), where 500 leaders across the country come to learn new skills and behaviors within a culture of servant leadership; a mid-year leadership executive summit, which gives leaders a pulse on the company; and a woman's leadership initiative where more than 125 woman in the company come together to connect, empower and emerge as leaders. Andrea has 25+ years of experience with the company in various leadership roles ranging from Food & Beverage, Human Resources and Learning and Development department. She is also involved in volunteering with several different organizations; Special Olympics Minnesota, Feed My Starving Children, Metro North Chamber of Commerce and TwinWest Chamber of Commerce. She is a mentor on the U of Minnesota W.I.L.L. mentoring program for D1 women athletes. She is an Executive Board Member of the non-profit organization Team Women in Minnesota and chairs their Mentor program. She and her husband, Bill live in Scandia, Minnesota. In her spare time, Andrea enjoys grandchildren, golfing, flowers and camping. AEBOLIN3@YAHOO.COM JOE NAYQUONABE CEO Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures Joe Nayquonabe, Jr. is an American Indian business professional that has spent his career reimagining and reinventing how American Indian tribal economies grow and prosper. He spent over a decade as a marketing executive growing the Grand Casino brand before ascending to CEO of the Mille Lacs Band's Corporate Commission where he created several companies including Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures, which manages the entire business portfolio of the Mille Lacs Band; FoxTrot Marketing Group; Maadaadizi Holdings; Wewinabi Inc., Makwa Global, and SlotCo. Nayquonabe has a bachelor's degree in marketing from St. Cloud State University, a master's degree in business administration from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management and a master of tribal administration and governance degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth. He and his wife, Chris, live in Onamia with their daughters, Bella, Phoenix-Rose, and Xiana. In his spare time, Joe enjoys running marathons, studying the Ojibwe language, and reading. https://www.kellycardenas.com/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER MADDOX CARDENAS

MPR News with Angela Davis
The benefits of having and being a mentor

MPR News with Angela Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 48:02


Many adults can think back to a time when someone other than their close family took an interest in them, taught them a new skill or maybe helped them through an emotionally tough patch.  Mentors can play an important role in a young person's life, especially children who may not have a lot of adult support or guidance. Sometimes they can make the difference between thriving and just surviving.   MPR News guest host Chris Farrell talks with two people who head up organizations that match young people with caring adults.  And, if you're looking for a mentor or want to be one, check out the Mentoring Connector at MENTOR Minnesota. Guests:  Darrell Thompson is a former professional football player and president of Bolder Options, a nonprofit organization that matches children ages 10 to 14 with adult mentors in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Rochester.    Susan Basil King is president and CEO at Wallin Education Partners in St. Paul, a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships and advising for low-income and first-generation college students.   Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.

DC Local Leaders Podcast
#37 Jim "Hondo" Geurts - US Navy Undersecretary (Ret)

DC Local Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 45:57


Curiosity , Humility & Courage ! Jim "Hondo" Geurts shares with us what 35 years of Servant leadership in 3 Seperate branches of the US Military has taught him about Leadership ! Jim has served in the US Air Force, US Army SOCOMM and in the US Navy. His years of Learning by mistakes has provided him with the Scar Tissue he needed to be an incredible Leader, Mentor and Friend.  We'd like to express our Gratitude to Dodona Manor -the George C Marshall International Center in Leesburg VA for their hospitality and allowing us to film in such a historic Library! Dodona Manor - George C Marshall International Center Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Instagram     

The On Purpose Podcast
Ep 143 - Lessons From A Month In Costa Rica

The On Purpose Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 26:40


A month in Costa Rica gave me so much more than just beautiful scenery.Want more The On Purpose Podcast?Find us on patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/theonpurposepodcastFor full episodes and more: https://www.theonpurposepodcast.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/theonpurposepodcast/FB: https://www.facebook.com/OnPurposePodcastOfficialFind Us on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-on-purpose-podcast/id1470553784?uo=4And Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/0ADfRPEvmF4wXHrJVrqngI?si=iVpeWLl9RjuSLR67DgeVrwWant to connect with Jerrod?Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lawenforcement-lifestyle-writer/IG : https://www.instagram.com/jerrodh/Get My Book! https://www.amazon.com/Extraordinary-People-Ordinary-Places-Jerrod/dp/1712245694Want to know more about Ali or argue with him? FB: https://www.facebook.com/ali.abouzalamIG: https://www.instagram.com/aliabouzalam/

Powerhouse Women
306. Q&A: How To Level Up This Year

Powerhouse Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 34:22


I've said before and I'll say it again, I am seriously feeling that this year is going to be a year of transformation for me. And my COO, Hannah, is feeling the same way for herself as well. Today, we are back with another Q&A episode answering your questions about “leveling up”. Easier said than done… I know! So in this episode, we go into the realistic steps you can take to level up each day, how to build a network of the right people who you can grow with, how to handle the effects of growth, plus personal stories where we've felt imposter syndrome seep in and how we dealt with it.   In this episode we talk about: What realistic steps you can take to level up each day How do I step into my higher self when my current work environment is toxic and negative How to find the right people to connect with and grow with How to manage the uneasy feeling you may get before you make a big transformation   Click HERE to access our FREE "Behind the Success" series, a series of stories from successful female entrepreneurs.   Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz instagram.com/hannahmwells facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co EPISODE TIMELINE & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ( :48 ) Welcome back to another episode of Powerhouse Women! Hannah, my business partner, has joined me for another Q&A episode. ( 1:21 ) Text us your questions and you may get a shoutout on a future Q&A episode! Today's question to our Powerhouse Women community was, “What do you want to know about leveling up?” ( 2:45 ) This conversation can apply to any area of your life. ( 3:22 ) Hannah reads the first question from Lauren, “What's a day in the life of taking realistic steps of leveling up?” ( 8:46 ) Lindsey shares the second two-part question submitted by Thelma, “What do you consider the scariest part of growth and how do you overcome it?” And “Do you have a go-to mantra that helps you step into that higher self?” ( 14:19 ) Hannah shares questions submitted by Shannon, “How do you find ‘next level people' to connect and grow with? Also, when growth occurs, it can cause other things in life to get out of whack. What are the best ways to deal with this?” ( 20:10 ) Lindsey shares a question shared by Karen, “How do I continue to step into my higher self when the environment I am in for 8 hours a day is toxic and makes me have self doubt?” ( 23:43 ) Lindsey shares something to consider when you're thinking about the person you want to become: “How you do one thing is how you do everything.” ( 28:38 ) Lindsey and Hannah are solidifying the group for our 2022 Powerhouse Women Mastermind. Apply today by texting MASTERMIND to (602) 536-7829. ( 29:01 ) Lindsey and Hannah talk about how imposter syndrome sets in before you're about to make a big transformation.

Up Next In Commerce
She Got Lori Grenier's Golden Ticket on Shark Tank, Here's How, with Kelley Higney, Founder and CEO of Bug Bite Thing

Up Next In Commerce

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 47:27


When you first start a company or launch a product, you always have big dreams. You picture the massive deals, the millions in revenue, the corner offices and hiring a huge team. But before any of that happens, you have to tamp down those dreams and live in the real world, doing the hard, often year-long work on the ground proving your concept, talking to anyone who is willing to give you feedback, and knocking on doors to try to make a single sale. Kelley Higney trodded that path — in fact, she got her start selling her product at her daughter's bake sales. Her fellow moms were her beta testers and, but they were also the wellspring of feedback and proof of concept she needed to bring her product to the next level… and to those great heights most people dream of.Kelley is the founder and CEO of Bug Bite Thing, a safe, chemical-free solution for stopping a reaction to bug bites in their tracks. Today, Bug Bite Thing is available in more than 25,000 stores and has the backing of Shark Tank shark, Lori Grenier (who even gave Kelley her famous “Golden Ticket” when Kelley appeared on the show). On this episode of Up Next in Commerce, Kelley broke down all of the hurdles she had to overcome to reach that point. She discusses the strategies she used to protect her brand before even going into distribution, and she talks about the importance of community and feedback. Plus, stick around to hear about how she and Lori work together. Enjoy this episode!Main Takeaways:Any Feedback is Good Feedback: Even when you are just starting out, you should be pitching your product and accepting feedback from anyone and everyone. The early users and beta testers will guide you through your initial iterations and highlight some problem areas you might be blind to that you can address before going more mainstream.Distribution is a Dangerous Game: It's not a matter of if, but when copycats will come after you. When you start to distribute widely, copycats will come out of the woodwork and you have to be prepared. Do the work beforehand to learn how to protect your brand and fight against knockoffs. Even if you think you don't qualify for a patent or other legal protection, reach out and try because it's better to have any kind of legal backing than none at all.Find a Mentor: You don't need to go on Shark Tank to find a business mentor. There are people in your network or on the periphery who you should tap into and who can guide you through the highs and lows of business. Doing it on your own is a pipedream. Every successful person has had a team behind him or her, and the truth is, having help will get you to your goals faster.For an in-depth look at this episode, check out the full transcript below. Quotes have been edited for clarity and length.---Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Respond quickly to changing customer needs with flexible Ecommerce connected to marketing, sales, and service. Deliver intelligent commerce experiences your customers can trust, across every channel. Together, we're ready for what's next in commerce. Learn more at salesforce.com/commerce---For a full transcript of this interview, click here.

You Can Mentor
131. Boundaries - Signs You Have a Boundary Issue

You Can Mentor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 36:46


Join Beth and Stephen for the second episode of a four-part series around boundary issues within your mentoring relationship.  This week, they discuss the signs that you may be having a boundary issue in your relationship.  It's not the most joyful episode, but you can be comforted in knowing that if this is you, you are not alone.  Both Stephen and Beth (and a host of other mentors around the world) have gone through the same things you are facing.Purchase the You Can Mentor book:  You Can Mentor: How to Impact Your Community, Fulfill the Great Commission, and Break Generational Cursesyoucanmentor.com 

Net Worth It
*BONUS* A conversation with my pastor/mentor

Net Worth It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 34:28


During this trip I hired Leah Legrone to mentor me each week. I have hired a lot of coaches but this was next level. This episode is a chat about my experience and how you can work with her too.  Leah is the Founder of Grace Promises, propelling women to walk in God's power, passion, and purpose. She is very passionate about building up, encouraging, and comforting the Body of Christ. Leah is a loving and devoted mother to four amazing children. She is an aspiring author as well as a speaker, mentor, prayer strategist, and Ordained Pastor. Leah Legrone can be reached at: (330) 299-5104

Rules of the Rebellion
Invest In Experiences

Rules of the Rebellion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 30:52


Why are you reluctant to pay for upgrades to your experiences? In today's episode, I share a problem that on the surface seems frugal and wise, but actually is thwarting your upper limit and the success that you're working today. in order for you to growth and experience more and more success, you have to invest in higher and more successful experiences yourself. I discuss this and how to avoid the poison that playing small. Listen here. RulesoftheRebellion.com is where you can Join our REBEL Community | Follow Us on all Socials | All listening options |

The BreakPoint Podcast
Is Notredame's Rebuild Really a Travesty, What should pre-marital counseling look like, and how should we mentor?

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 57:16


Mind Of A Mentor
S02E03: Be Bingeworthy with Tracy Hazzard, CEO of Podetize

Mind Of A Mentor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 39:26


This conversation with Tracy Hazzard is for any podcaster who is looking to add the “binge factor” to their show. Tracy is a media and branding expert, former contributor to Buzzfeed and Inc. Magazine, and current CEO of Podetize. With this experience, she shares with Marla and listeners:

TomsTalkTime - DER Erfolgspodcast
Millionär werden in einem Jahr (12) - das Ergebnis #720

TomsTalkTime - DER Erfolgspodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 23:01


Millionär werden in einem Jahr (12) - Tag der Abrechnung In diesem Projekt geht es darum, ob es auch heute noch möglich ist, mit einem neuen Projekt innerhalb von einem Jahr eine Million Euro Reingewinn zu erwirtschaften - und das mit Hilfe eines erfahrenen Mentors. Los geht´s in der Episode 665.   Millionär werden: entweder man hat Erfolg oder man hat gelernt. Es ist wie im wahren Leben. Man plant etwas, steckt Mühe, Zeit, Schweiß und Liebe in eine Sache... gezuckert mit ganz viel Geduld... und das zarte Pflänzchen entwickelt sich zu einer prachtvollen Pflanze deren süße Früchte man ernten kann. Soweit die Planung. Dann gibt es Dinge, die laufen wie geschmiert und man weiß noch nicht mal warum. Genau so gibt es Dinge, die laufen gar nicht - und man weiß auch nicht warum. Aber egal wie Projekte laufen, eins haben sie alle gemeinsam: wenn man imstande ist zu reflektieren lernt man aus allen Projekten eine ganze Menge. Fachliche, technisch und menschlich. Da sich die Muster in den verschiedenen Bereichen fast immer wiederholen, kann man diese auf künftige Projekte anwenden. Tja, was soll ich sagen? Du hast die letzten 11 Episoden ja sicherlich mitverfolgt und auch die Hoffnung meiner letzten Episode, dass es zu der Zeit immerhin noch 3 Wochen waren, um das Ziel zu erreichen. Um es kurz und schmerzlos zu machen: Auch in diesen 3 Wochen ist nichts passiert. Absolut gar nichts. Ist das Projekt jetzt gescheitert? Denn das Ziel, eine Million Euro Reingewinn mit Hilfe eines erfahrenen Mentors zu erwirtschaften, wurde nicht erreicht. Eigentlich wäre die Antwort ein klares: "Ja, Projekt gescheitert." Aber wenn ein Projekt erst gar nicht startet, weil der Mentor nicht erreichbar ist, wurde es dann überhaupt durchgeführt? Und wenn etwas gar nicht durchgeführt wird, kann es dann scheitern? Ok, ok, jetzt wird es etwas philosophisch. Einverstanden. Aber Du verstehst, worauf ich hinaus will? Ich persönlich sehe das Projekt nicht als gescheitert, da es gar nicht erst gestartet ist. Millionär werden: gescheitert oder nicht gestartet?   Aber, wie vorhin erwähnt, habe ich extrem viel in der Zeit des Wartens gelernt. Zum Einen: Geduld zu haben. Zum anderen: nicht mehr jedem blind zu vertrauen.   Bereue ich, nach Dubai gekommen zu sein? Nun, das erste halbe Jahr war schon eine extreme Umstellung für uns. Vom Leben in der amerikanischen Wildnis hinein in eine multikulturelle Millionen-Metropole war schon eine besondere Herausforderung. Aber das wussten wir auch vorher. In Bezug auf´s Business haben sich aber einige sehr positive und lukrative neue Geschäfte ergeben. Wir haben natürlich nicht nur dagesessen und Däumchen gedreht. Unser eigenes Kerngeschäft (Podcast-Ausbildung, Online-Mentorings, Mastermind-Gruppen etc) ist weiter gelaufen, wurde und wird weiter ausgebaut und wir sind aktuell wieder dabei, unser Team zu erweitern.   Millionär werden: Chancen erkennen. Chancen ergreifen. In der letzten Wochen haben sich 3 wesentliche Dinge herauskristallisiert, welche einen sehr spannenden und lukrativen Eindruck machen und welche wir in diesem Jahr mit besonderem Nachdruck verfolgen werden. Millionär werden: Projekt 1 1. Wohnsitz (Residence Visa) und Firmengründung in Dubai. Da wir uns um unsere Visa-Angelegenheiten ja letztendlich komplett selbst kümmern mussten, wissen wir jetzt wie das geht. Wir kennen Stolperfallen genau so wie Abkürzungen. Auch durften wir typische Hilfsangebote und Agenturen von anderen Auswanderern kennen lernen, welche sich meist als reine Abzocke herausstellten. Natürlich vertraut man als Ausländer anderen Ausländern, besonders den eigenen Landsleuten im Ausland. Denn man ist froh, Landsleute zu finden, die sich "auskennen" und einen "helfen" wollen. Leider wird hier aber oft nur das falsche Vertrauen ausgenutzt. Wir mussten uns selber durch den Dschungel der Vorschriften und Behörden kämpfen und haben dadurch tolle Kontakte zu eben solchen erhalten. In den letzten Wochen haben wir wiederholt Anfragen aus unserem eigenen Netzwerk erhalten, ob wir denen dabei helfen können, Wohnsitz-Visa zu erhalten und Firmen in Dubai zu gründen. Hierdurch haben wir mittlerweile eine eigene Agentur gegründet, wo wir anderen Auswanderern helfen, Wohnsitz-Visa in Dubai zu erhalten und Firmen hier zu gründen. Denn Dubai ist für Unternehmer super interessant, da es eine der letzten echten und legalen Steueroasen ist. Nicht nur, dass man hier ganz offiziell keine Steuern zahlt, sondern, noch viel wichtiger, es gibt keine Buchhaltungspflicht, welches den organisatorischen Aufwand und die Kosten drastisch senkt. Millionär werden: Projekt 2 2. Exklusive Schießausbildung zur Selbstverteidigung mit Schußwaffen (Pistole, Gewehr, Flinte) in USA Auch hier schließt sich der Kreis. Unser engeres Umfeld weiß, dass wir schon seit etlichen Jahren sehr aktiv im Bereich des taktischen Schießens unterwegs sind. Und zwar wir beide. Enida und ich. Das Spannende ist, dass in den ersten Jahren mehrere mit der Nase gerümpft haben und nicht verstehen konnten, wie wir uns für Waffen begeistern können. Spätestens mit dem Start der Pandemie und den vielen Straßenschlachten der linksextremen BLM Bewegung in Amerika, haben uns immer mehr Freunde kontaktiert, die eigentlich gegen Waffen sind, und uns um Rat gefragt, was sie sich kaufen sollen und wo sie den Umgang lernen. Mittlerweile werden wir mit unseren Kursen deutlich über unseren Freundeskreis hinweg empfohlen. Aber auch hier spezialisieren wir uns auf Unternehmer und bieten hier sehr exklusive und hochwertige Ausbildung mit den besten Schießtrainern der Welt an. Millionär werden: Projekt 3 3. Blackout-Prävention und Sicherheits-Konzept für Vermögende Auf Grund der wiederholten Stromausfälle in Deutschland und der steigenden Angst vor einen Blackout, kommen auch hier verstärkt Unternehmer aus meinem Netzwerk auf mich zu und fragen mich um Hilfe, wie sie sich, ihre Familien und ihre Unternehmen auf einen drohenden und immer wahrscheinlicher werdenden Blackout vorbereiten können. Und wer sich schon mal mit dem Thema eines richtigen Blackouts beschäftigt hat, der weiß, das es hier zu einem Super-GAU kommen wird. Denn ein Blackout ist nicht einfach nur ein Stromausfall, sondern ein großflächiger, überregionaler und über mehrere Tage und evtl. Wochen anhaltender Stromausfall mit komplettem Ausfall der Infrastruktur. Dazu gehört natürlich auch der Ausfall von jeglicher Heizungsart (auch Gas, Öl etc braucht Strom), Wasser, Abwasser und die gesamte Logistik. Denn ohne Strom kann kein Sprit für Versorgung-LKWs aus den Tankstellen gezapft werden. Gegen einen Blackout war die zu Beginn von Corona anfängliche Nudel- und Klopapierkrise ein ganz leichter Vorgeschmack. Wenn man nicht über großzügige Finanzen verfügt, kann man sich zumindest mit einem Grundvorrate an Wasser, Lebensmittel und Heiz-Möglichkeiten für 2-4 Wochen eindecken. Vermögende haben hier natürlich ganz andere Ansprüche und auch Möglichkeiten, sich bei einem solchen Szenario in Sicherheit zu bringen. Zum Beispiel der Kauf eines exklusiven Sicherheitskonzeptes, welches wir anbieten. Wenn es zum Blackout kommt, werden unsere Kunden per Satelliten-Telefon alarmiert und starten dann das Evakuierungsverfahren. Wir haben in der Wildnis im Westen Kanadas ein über 1.000 QuadratKILOMETER (!) großes Grundstück mit verschiedenen Gebäuden erworben. Alle Gebäude / Lodges sind komplett autark mit eigener Strom-, Wasser-, und Abwasserversorgung ausgestattet und bieten auch sonst jeden Luxus, den man vom alltäglichen Leben erwartet. Das Gelände ist innerhalb einer Flugstunde von einem großen, internationalem Flughafen in Kanada bequem mit einem kleinen Flugzeug zu erreichen und bietet maximale Privatsphäre und Sicherheit für die Familien. Wir haben 24/7 ein Experten-Team vor Ort, welches sich um das Wohlergehen der Familien kümmert. Du fragst Dich evtl. wie ich darauf komme? Nun, hier holt mich meine Vergangenheit wieder ein... Durch meine vielen Spezialausbildungen während meiner langjährigen aktiven Dienstzeit als Offizier und meine vielen zivilberuflichen Qualifikationen war ich auch ganz aktuell im Jahr 2021 mehrfach in einer einschlägigen Projektgruppe der Bundeswehr eingesetzt. Dadurch habe ich nicht nur einen enormen Wissensvorsprung, sondern dieses Wissen gibt es so kein zweites Mal auf dem Markt. Und das wissen natürlich meine Kunden zu schätzen, denn schließlich geht es hier um deren Sicherheit und die Sicherheit deren Familien. Dieses Konzept ist für mich besonders spannend, da dort die komplette Erfahrung aus meinem ganzen Leben geballt zusammen kommt. Über ein Jahrzehnt Militärdienst als Offizier, 20 Jahre Erfahrung im Bereich Notfall-Medizin, 20 Jahre Unternehmertum, 30 Jahre Survival-Kenntnisse. Und das ganze zusammen mit einem Team weiterer Experten. Sicherlich eins meiner spannendsten Projekte, an welchem ich je gearbeitet habe.   Fazit: Egal was das Leben bringt. Ob man erfolgreich ist oder enttäuscht wird, solange man lernt, dankbar und optimistisch bleibt, finden sich neue und oft bessere Möglichkeiten. Millionär werden: Unternehmertum ist wie das Leben an einer Bushaltestelle Wie hat Richard Branson mal so schön gesagt (sinngemäß): Unternehmertum ist wie das Leben an einer Bushaltestelle. Wenn man einen Bus verpasst hat soll man sich nicht zu lange ärgern, denn der nächste Bus kommt bestimmt. Man muss nur warten und sich dann entscheiden einzusteigen.   In diesem Sinne. Danke für alles, was ich während meiner Zeit in Dubai lernen durfte und auch künftig darf. Wenn Du ein sehr spannendes udn realistisches Buch zum Thema Blackout lesen willst, kann ich Dir dieses Meisterwerk empfehlen:   Sonnige Grüße aus Ras Al-Khaimah (RAK)/ United Arabic Emirates Tom +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Mehr Freiheit, mehr Geld und mehr Spaß mit DEINEM eigenen Podcast. Erfahre jetzt, warum es auch für Dich Sinn macht, Deinen eigenen Podcast zu starten. Jetzt hier zum kostenlosen Podcast-Workshop anmelden: http://Podcastkurs.com +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++   So fing alles an. Hier geht´s zur allerersten Episode von TomsTalkTime.com - DER Erfolgspodcast. Und ja, der Qualitätsunterschied sollte zu hören sein. Aber hey, dass war 2012... :) 001 – Willst Du mehr Erfolg im Leben?   Erfolg kann man lernen. Jeder. Im Erfolgspodcast TomsTalkTime von Tom Kaules lernst Du in inspirierenden Interviews und einzelnen Storys die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews wie erfolgreiche Menschen erfolgreich geworden sind und warum sie erfolgreich bleiben. Wie sie den richtigem Umgang mit Erfolg und auch den Umgang mit Niederlagen gelernt haben. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um richtig viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und Inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben.

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Unternehmerwissen in 15 Minuten - Mit Rayk Hahne
629: Die Arbeit vor dem Erfolg mit Florian Gschwandtner

Unternehmerwissen in 15 Minuten - Mit Rayk Hahne

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 15:01


Das ist Folge 629 mit Gründer von Runtasitic und Investor Florian Gschwandtner. Willkommen zu Unternehmerwissen in 15 Minuten. Mein Name ist Rayk Hahne, Ex-Profisportler und Unternehmensberater.  Jede Woche bekommst Du eine sofort anwendbare Trainingseinheit, damit Du als Unternehmer noch besser wirst.  Danke das Du Die Zeit mit mir verbringst. Lass uns mit dem Training beginnen. Wenn Dir die Folge gefällt, teile Sie mit Deinen Freunden unter dem Link raykhahne.de/629. In der heutigen Folge geht es um, die Arbeit vor dem Erfolg. Welche 3 wichtigen Punkte kannst Du Dir aus dem heutigen Training mitnehmen? Wie Eltern Dich auch falsch prägen können. Was alles gegen Dich spricht. Wie Du dennoch erfolgreich wirst. Du kennst sicher jemanden für den diese Folge unglaublich wertvoll ist. Teile sie mit ihm, der Link ist raykhahne.de/629 . Bevor wir gleich mit der Folge starten, habe ich noch eine Empfehlung für Dich. Diesmal in eigener Sache. Es ist Zeit durchzustarten. Du willst Deine Arbeitszeit reduzieren und gleichzeitig Deine Gewinne steigern? Du willst wissen welche Werkzeuge die ganz großen Unternehmen anwenden, die den kleinen Unternehmen aber verborgen bleiben? Dann ist der Unternehmerkader spannend für Dich. Unter raykhahne.de/kader kannst Du Dir genau anschauen wie unser Jahresprogramm Dir dabei hilft Deinen perfekten Unternehmertag näher zu kommen. Du wirst lernen mit welchen Leistungssportlereigenschaften Du als Unternehmer noch besser wirst und damit Deine Lebensbereiche gleichmäßig steigerst. Mehr dazu unter raykhahne.de/kader Rayk: Willkommen Florian Gschwandtner! Bist Du ready für die heutige Trainingseinheit? Florian: Natürlich! Hallo! Schön, dass ich da sein darf! Rayk: Lass uns gleich starten! Was sind die drei wichtigsten Punkte, die wir über Dich wissen sollten in Bezug auf Beruf, Vergangenheit und etwas Privates? Florian: 1. Ich bin Investor und Start-up-Gründer. 2. Ich war in der Landwirtschaftsschule und mit Runtastic mein Projekt gestartet. 3. Ich liebe Sport und gehe am Wochenende gerne mal weg. Rayk: Was ist Deine spezielle Expertise? Viele kennen Dich aus den Zeiten von Runtastic. Jetzt habt ihr ein neues Thema. Was machst Du aktuell? Florian: Über die letzten zehn Jahre hinweg haben wir gesehen, wie wichtig Leadership und – wir nennen es – Twenty first Century Skills sind. Da gehören Kommunikation, Kollaboration, Achtsamkeit und ganz viele Basiselemente hinein. Wir haben dann im Unternehmen zwei Tage lang ein Leadership-Training gemacht, alle waren super aufgeregt. Was ist da passiert? Jeder war danach wieder im Daily Business und nichts ist in Wahrheit passiert. Wir sind davon überzeugt, dass im 21. Jahrhundert Führung anders aussehen muss, auch Mitarbeiterentwicklung. Auf der einen Seite sind wir old school, machen Consulting für viele Unternehmen vom Start-up über KMU bis zum Großkonzern. Dieses Lernen wollen wir in eine digitale Plattform verpacken, in eine Software. Gerade sind wir ganz am Anfang und nächstes Jahr wird die Beta-Version bzw. das MVP herauskommen. Rayk: Wenn man sich Deine Sternstunden so anschaut: Das perfekte Leben, jung, vermögend, gesund. Aber was war Deine berufliche Weltmeisterschaft, Deine größte Herausforderung? Wie hast Du diese überwunden? Florian: Ich bin auf dem Bauernhof großgeworden – als zweites von drei Kindern. Da mein Bruder nicht Bauer werden wollte, war der Reihenfolge entsprechend ich als nächster dran. Bei meinen Eltern ist das immer noch eine offene Diskussion. Sie haben mich ein bisschen dazu gezwungen, fünf Jahre in die Landwirtschaftsschule zu gehen und dort mein Abitur zu machen. Aber das war wirklich etwas, das mich null interessiert hat. Und wenn man etwas tut, bei dem man keine Passion hat, keinen Spaß hat, dann ist das schon schwierig. Ich habe, Gott sei Dank, verstanden, dass mir das Abitur helfen wird, nachher frei entscheiden zu können und zu dürfen. Ich habe das Abitur gemacht und dann Technik studiert. Software Engineering für mobile Endgeräte hat sich gut angehört, aber auch das war nicht zu 100 % meins. Ich habe nie diesen Mentor oder diese Person gehabt, die sagt, sie glaube an mich und dass ich alles richtig mache und nicht schon mit 21 alles verstehen und der Beste sein müsse. Dann habe ich mein zweites Studium gemacht. Long story short: Erst mit der Gründung von Runtastic habe ich zum ersten Mal in meinem Leben das machen dürfen, was mir wirklich Spaß gemacht hat. Diese Ausbildungen haben mir alle geholfen, der Kommunikator zwischen Technik und Wirtschaft zu sein. Das ist die Message für alle da draußen – egal, ob jung oder alt, ob Startup oder mittelständischer Betrieb: Es ist ganz wichtig, die richtigen Menschen zusammenzubringen, um zu verstehen, wie man das Potenzial herausholt. Das ist das, was ich ganz gut kann: motivieren und verstehen, wen ich miteinander verbinde. Rayk: Bei vielen ist das ja falsch geprägt und sie denken, dass man schnell mal eine App programmiert und dann hat man es im Leben geschafft. Kannst Du mit uns teilen, wie das bei Dir war? Wie viel Herzblut ist da reingegangen, wie viele schlaflosen Nächte? Florian: „Each overnight success took at least eight to ten years.” Wie oft lesen wir denn über die 99 % der Dinge, die nicht funktioniert haben? Die stehen halt nicht so in den Medien. Wie war die Zeit? Die Zeit war brutal schwer. Wir haben 2009 gestartet, gerade nach der Wirtschaftskrise und die österreichische Start-up-Szene war nicht vorhanden. Wir hatten unsere Idee, hatten unseren Businessplan geschrieben und hätten gern Risikokapital, eine Sicherung, ein Investment abgeholt – hat natürlich jeder gewusst, warum es nicht funktionieren wird. Wer soll denn jemals mit einem Smartphone laufen gehen? Es machte absolut keinen Sinn. Und jedes Nein war für mich im Kopf ein Ja mehr. Ich musste das umso mehr probieren und nicht aufgeben, nur weil andere Leute meinten, das ginge nicht. Dann war es eine intensive Zeit: Wir haben am Wochenende gearbeitet, wir haben in Österreich Apps für andere Firmen programmiert. All das Geld vom Wochenende haben wir dazu verwendet, die ersten Mitarbeiter zu bezahlen. Meine drei Gründerkollegen und ich haben die ersten 18 Monate null Euro verdient, dann in den zwei Jahren danach etwa 1.000 € brutto. Das Gute ist: Wenn Du am Tag 15 bis 18 Stunden arbeitest hast Du keine Zeit zum Geldausgeben. Nach 18 Monaten ist aus dem Kerngeschäft unser Cashflow positiv geworden. Dann haben die Leute angeklopft. Aber wir waren in der starken Lage, zu sagen, dass wir jetzt keinen brauchen. Die Zeit war tatsächlich schön, sie war aber auch brutal und von ganz viel Fleiß gesegnet, sicherlich auch mit Glück im Sinne vom richtigen Timing. Timing ist ganz entscheidend. Ich habe damals drei wunderbare Gründerkollegen gefunden. Wir haben uns in den Eigenschaften, im Tun und Sein so gut ergänzt, dass wir noch heute gute Freunde sind und gemeinsam 30 Start-up-Investments haben. Das ist wahrscheinlich das größte Glück im Leben, dass eine Freundschaft auch über den Erfolg hinaus bestehen kann. Rayk: Vielen Dank, dass Du da so transparent bist. Was ist danach passiert? Du hast die Sache letzten Endes übergeben und Dich aus der Verantwortung gezogen. Jetzt bin ich am Ziel und es war mega anstrengend. Aber was kommt denn jetzt? Florian: Alle wollen einen Marathon laufen. Dann laufen sie hin und haben nie überlegt „What next?“ und dann fallen sie in ein Loch, Depressionen und Sonstiges. Das Ende schon im Kopf haben! Mein Ende war schon immer, das Runtastic eine saubere Firma ist, die wirtschaftlich so funktioniert, dass wir alle davon leben können. Das ist ja alles noch besser ausgegangen. Wir sind Teil der Adidas Gruppe und ich hätte dort eine Rolle übernehmen können. Ich habe für mich gewusst, dass ich Unternehmer bin, der gerne Start-ups, neue Ideen vom Kopf in die reale Welt herausbringt. Ich habe meinen Ausstieg gut vorbereitet, über viele Monate, und Runtastic gut übergeben. Mir war es ganz wichtig, dass die Firma auch ohne mich funktioniert. Darum muss man gut delegieren, abgeben und bewusst ein bisschen weniger da sein. Manche Dinge laufen sogar besser. Man ist nicht unersetzbar, das sind wir alle nicht. Die Zeit danach war schon hart. Ich habe 8 Wochen Auszeit auf Hawaii gemacht und wurde nicht mehr gebraucht, musste nicht mehr alle Entscheidungen treffen. Das war eine verrückte Phase. Nun bin ich in einer neuen Position, bei der ich nicht mehr alles selbst entscheiden muss. Mir macht es viel Spaß, auch mal im Beifahrersitz sitzen und Leuten meine Erfahrung mitgeben zu dürfen. Rayk: Was dürfen wir bei Deinem neuen Thema erwarten? Was ist da so das Kernthema, das ihr vermittelt? Florian: Das Kernthema ist Leadership. Wir glauben, dass Leadership nicht nur Führungspersonen haben sollten, sondern auch Mitarbeiter*innen. Jeder sollte Zugang zu Wissen haben und jeder sollte die Chance haben, während der Woche in der Arbeitszeit auch zu lernen. Es muss ein kontinuierlicher Prozess sein. Wir denken so an ein bis zwei Stunden pro Woche und wollen die Plattform sein, die den roten Faden beim Lernen hat. Da wird es theoretische Aktivitäten geben, aber auch praktische. Du wirst Dein eigenes Profil haben. Es wäre auch spannend, wenn sich die Leute über gleiche Themen miteinander austauschen. Wir glauben einfach daran, dass die kontinuierliche Weiterbildung täglich Brot für jeden sein muss. Egal, ob Tischlerbetrieb, Start-up oder Konzern mit 60.000 Mitarbeitern. Rayk: Wie können wir mit Dir in Kontakt treten? Wie können wir mehr über diese Plattform erfahren, um Dich in Deiner Mission voranzutreiben und zu unterstützen? Florian: Über Instagram – florian.gschwandtner oder leaders21.com. Natürlich über LinkedIn – ich oder das Unternehmen. Dann gibt es noch unter leaders21 unseren Leadership-Podcast. Oder einfach über die Internetseite www.leaders21.com. Rayk: Vielen Dank, dass Du Deine Zeit und Deine Erfahrung mit uns geteilt hast. Ich freue mich auf das nächste Gespräch mit Dir. Florian: Sehr gerne!   die Shownotes zu dieser Folge findest Du unterde/629 alle Links habe ich Dir dort aufbereitet und Du kannst die Inhalte der Folge noch einmal nachlesen   Dir hat die Folge gefallen und Du konntest sofort etwas umsetzen? Dann sei ein Held für jemanden und teile diese Folge.: Erst den Podcast abonnieren unter raykhahne.de/podcast , oder folge mir bei Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn oder YouTube; denn ich bin hier, um Dich als Unternehmer noch besser zu machen. Danke das Du die Zeit mit uns verbracht hast. Das Training ist vorbei, jetzt liegt es an Dir. Viel Spaß mit der Umsetzung.  

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B2B Mentors
Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Mentor? - CC #043

B2B Mentors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 11:45


Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Mentor? - CC #043Follow and connect with the host, Connor Dube on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/socialsellingexpert/Instagram: connor_dubeAttend a FREE B2B Mentors Marketing Mastermind: www.activeblogs.com/liveevent/If you're already thinking you need to find a more efficient way to conquer your monthly B2B content like blogs, newsletters, and social media – we'd like to show you how we can improve the quality, save you tons of time, and achieve better results! To learn more visit www.activeblogs.com

Social Media Secrets with Rachel Pedersen - The Queen of Social Media

Which books intrigued you the most?! Want to surround yourself amongst other successful freelancers with who you can work with and grow alongside? Join my mentorship and mastermind program The Social Clique at  www.cliqueforlife.com!   Rachel Pedersen is the Queen of Social Media, an award-winning, internationally viral sensation, and top social media strategist. Featured on TODAY Show, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, Glamour, The Daily Mail. www.rachelpedersen.com   Founder and CEO of Social Media United, the leading online university for social media. Join SMU for FREE now: www.joinsmu.com

Thirty Minute Mentors
Episode 105: Former Caesars CEO Gary Loveman

Thirty Minute Mentors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 37:18


A former Fortune 500 CEO, Gary Loveman was the leader of the largest casino operator in the world. Gary joins Adam to share his unique journey - from working-class Indianapolis to business school professor to CEO of Caesars Entertainment to launching and leading the healthcare company Well - and best lessons learned along the way. Gary and Adam discuss leadership and management; analytics and customer behavior; hiring and culture; gaming and sports; and more.

Powerhouse Women
305. Signs That It's Time To Become The Next-Level Version Of Yourself

Powerhouse Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 20:24


I am feeling some serious growth and expansion for myself this year. And while I am so excited about this, I am nervously anticipating the discomfort that comes along with it. Today, I'm talking about what becoming the next level version of yourself actually looks and feels like. It can be so hard to see that you're growing, because growth can be masked by self-doubt, uneasiness and imposter syndrome. However, the worst thing you can do is ignore the feeling that you're meant for more. Let's dive into this episode and talk about how to step into that leadership role both you and your business deserve. In this episode we talk about: Why personal growth can feel like you're mourning a death Two practices to help you break through to where you need to be How intentions bring opportunities How Lindsey will be upleveling herself this year Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! (and text the word MASTERMIND if you want the details + link to apply for the 2022 PW Mastermind!) CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz instagram.com/hannahmwells facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co www.powerhousewomenevent.com EPISODE TIMELINE ( :49 ) Lindsey is feeling this undeniable sense that she is about to go somewhere new this year. ( 1:30 ) Lindsey says, “If you know you want to become a different version of yourself by the end of this year, then this episode is for you!” ( 4:00 ) Lindsey is going to share what it actually looks like to become the next level version of yourself. ( 4:20 ) It starts with the feeling of restlessness. Lindsey shares three signs you're feeling restless. ( 6:08 ) Lindsey compares personal growth to death. ( 9:13 ) Lindsey says, “When you know that there is more for you, you cannot ignore that without severe consequences.” ( 9:28 ) Lindsey says, “If you know you're meant for more, here are a couple of things I've done that have helped me break through to get to the place I want to be.” ( 10:36 ) Lindsey lists the first thing you need to do to step into your higher self. ( 11:57 ) Lindsey lists the second thing you need to do to step into your higher self. ( 13:38 ) Lindsey shares her first growth opportunity where she is going to uplevel herself this year. ( 14:24 ) Lindsey shares the thing that is challenging her the most in this season. ( 16:10 ) Lindsey lists the key takeaways from this episode. ( 17:18 ) Lindsey talks about the Powerhouse Women mastermind and how it will help you step into the leadership role that your business needs and deserves. ( 19:06 ) Text MASTERMIND to 602-536-7829 to get more information.

Gym Secrets Podcast
Ep 366 This Is How My Mentor Set Up My Wealth

Gym Secrets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 13:56


Welcome to The Game Podcast where we talk about how to get more customers, make more profit per customer, and keep them longer, and the many failures and lessons we have learned along the way to $100M in sales. We've got roll up your sleeves kind of hustle with a little bit of cleverness and a lot of heart. Hosted by Alex Hormozi.

KAren Swain ATP Radio
Rey Hernandez Contact Modalities

KAren Swain ATP Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 109:06


See More here https://wp.me/p58EtD-5dA Before March 2012, Rey had zero interest in the topics of Consciousness, or any of the so-called paranormal Contact Modalities. But on March 4, 2012, Rey and his wife personally witness a miraculous medical healing by an Energy Being who appeared in their living room, of their paralysed dog, they were going to put down that same day . Over the next 3 years Rey began to have a series of non-stop paranormal experiences. large UFOs randomly appear to them, and they later began to call down large UAPs, some appearing at a distance of less than 30 feet. Since then, Rey, and a team of Ph.D. academics and medical doctors, have dedicated their lives to studying the relationship between Consciousness and the Contact Modalities. Rey Hernandez is currently the Director of the Consciousness and Contact Research Institute, or CCRI. CCRI's website is https://consciousnessandcontact.org/ Follow us here for other info https://mewe.com/i/karenswain1 Join us here https://odysee.com/@KAren-Swain:c THANK YOU for SHARING these conversations, we present them to you completely FREE with NO Ads! Please spread the LOVE and Wisdom. BIG LOVE ks Spiritual Teacher, Psychic Medium and Channel, KAren helps you align with your Soul's calling. Connect with KAren Swain here http://karenswain.com/ and download her free report '10 Top Ways to Lasting Happiness'. KAren Swain is a Channel, Mentor, Spiritual Teacher and Way-shower for the expansion of our Powers of Deliberate Creation, invites other teachers and experiencers to ATP Media to expand the conversation of how to evolve human consciousness, expand human potential, overcome adversity, advance human society as we transition to the next evolutionary step in human evolution. Enjoy our conversations. BIG LOVE ksx Appreciate KAren's work on ATP Media Awakening Consciousness? Please support us, you can share your love on this link https://www.paypal.me/KArenASwain. THANK YOU GET THE Awakened By Death BOOK on Amazon HERE https://www.amazon.com/Awakened-Death... SHINE YOUR LIGHT Brightly JOIN US IN THE INNER SANCTUM Calling all Difference Makers and New World Teachers... Join The Inner Sanctum monthly Online Gatherings for Deliberate Creation teachings, Spiritual Awakening and more. Meet some of the wonderful guests KAren has had on ATP Media and be supported by a tribe of like minded spiritual teachers and seekers. To join our webinar series please subscribe to the Inner Sanctum, sign up here... http://karenswain.com/inner-sanctum/ When you join you have access to all the recording and each month you can meet KAren and her guests and ask your questions. LINKS ====== Website: http://karenswain.com/ ATP Media Website: https://www.karenswain-atpmedia.com/ ATPMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AccentuateTh... ATP FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/AccentuateTh... Blissful Beings FB: https://www.facebook.com/KArenSwainBl... Twitter : https://twitter.com/KAren_A_Swain JOIN our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/Awake... HashTags ======== #Enlightenment #Spirituality #Consciousness #ContactModalities #HumanPotential #Angels #Awakening #Hypnotherapy #EnergyHealing #healing #Channelling #Afterlife #Consciousness #ContactModalities #StarSeeds #spiritualpodcast #StarChildren #telepathy. #PsychicAbilities #SpiritualTeachers

Do It With Intention | Business & Marketing for Massage and Bodywork Therapists
EP 120: Finding Your Ideal Mentor with Lori Crever

Do It With Intention | Business & Marketing for Massage and Bodywork Therapists

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 39:50


From being a mentor inside The Bodywork Project to many great mentors who have helped me along the way, I have a deep respect for the power of mentorship in our lives and businesses. That's why I am so excited to have Lori Crever, my long-time friend and author of the book, Protégé Power: A Roadmap to Mentorship, on today's episode! Listen in and discover how YOU can find your ideal mentor.

Financial Grownup with Bobbi Rebell
Why you need a mentor- and where to find them wit Dr. Ruth Gotian

Financial Grownup with Bobbi Rebell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 18:49


The Success Factor factor author explains how to know what kind of mentor you need, how to look for one in sometimes unexpected places, and the best ways to get top mentors to help you achieve your goals. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/ruthgotian

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
Women of the Year Awards 2021 [RR 709]

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 40:40


Auto Care Woman of Excellence This award is presented annually to a woman who is a Women in Auto Care member and who has provided recent outstanding contributions to the auto care industry while demonstrating role model behaviors, leadership and commitment to the advancement of women. She is considered a rising star in the industry. 2021 Winner:   Anne Coffin, Director of Information Technology, Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc Auto Care Woman of the Year This award is presented to a woman who is a leader, mentor, and role model  who has made significant and outstanding contributions to the auto care industry. 2021 Winner:  Jilynna Greene, VP, Field HR Operations, AutoZone Female Shop Owner of the Year This award is presented annually to an outstanding female shop owner who demonstrates role model behaviors, leadership and commitment to the advancement of women. 2021 Winner:  Tara Topel, Owner, Topel's Service Center, Inc (See below for bio's) Key Talking Points Field operations- supply chain, talent acquisition  Challenge- candidates have more options than ever with increased wages/flexibility. Environment and leadership creates an atmosphere that people want to stay in  Coach/support person- it's not an expense, its an investment for your business Community- technical/high school  CADIA- center for automotive diversity advancement, there are underrepresented communities with potential. Safe area to ask the tough questions.  Every level and every role needs to have a professional designation Girl Scouts- “Girl Event” 1,000 girl scouts with vendors and organizations Be visible and loud in your community- think about ‘career day' at school, how many women are involved?  The target audience is men- improving the business collectively with women leaders  Impostor syndrome- overcome it and have the confidence to have a seat at the leadership table.  Mentorship- Have one and be one. 85% of most promotions and development is from mentorship. Women are often mentored the least. Mentor happens naturally every day.  “Just be cute or be a leader?” Female customers- over 50%, customers know their car better than anyone else, scheduling is key Discrimination against women on the counter is still prevalent- continue to provide customer service.  There is still a lot more work to be done by women in the industry Connect with the show: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com/ (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partner: Gold Certification recognizes top-tier NAPA AutoCares with a high level of participation in the AutoCare program. The program was built by AutoCare Centers for AutoCare Centers to provide a consistent consumer experience, maximize technology leverage, and reward NAPA's most committed partners. In other words, Gold Certified AutoCare Centers are the standard bearers for the AutoCare brand nationwide. Simply put, the Gold Certified NAPA AutoCare program, powered by your local shop brand, will separate you from the rest helping you boost your bay counts and your average repair orders. Learn more about NAPA AutoCare, Gold Certification, and the hundreds of other benefits the NAPA family has to offer by talking with your servicing NAPA store or visiting http://www.NAPAAutoCare.com (www.NAPAAutoCare.com) Anne Coffin, Director of Information Technology, Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc. Anne is a 40 year Information Technology professional, with 35 years spent in the automotive industry.  She currently works for the Aftermarket...

Star Wars Theory
TOP 10 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT BOSSK - BOBA FETT'S MENTOR

Star Wars Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 16:57


It's hard not to notice the reptile looking Bossk. How did Bossk become Boba Fett's mentor? Why does he hunt Wookiees? What is the Hound's Tooth? Listen in as we uncover 10 Interesting Facts about the feared Bounty Hunter - Bossk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Young Entrepreneur Lifestyle 2.0
Money is WORTHLESS if you aren't healthy enough to enjoy it

Young Entrepreneur Lifestyle 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 15:07


In this episode of “Y.E.L. 2.0”, your host Peter Voogd, serial Entrepreneur, Mentor, Speaker, Best-selling Author and Husband interviews Zuby. They discuss why COVID is hyped so much when there are other diseases that kill more people, globally every year. All of this has happened over a virus with a 99.9% plus survival rate for most of the population. Episode Highlights:  Peter says that cancer, heart disease, suicide, mosquitoes and smoking, these things kill more people than the COVID but none of those are talking about. Zuby asks why people are getting backlash for supporting concepts like freedom, basic medical autonomy and the ability for adults to make their own decisions. Peter questions that why is there no talk about not eating fast food, or not smoking, or protecting your own system, or working out or going to the gym because that should be talked about at least a little bit. Zuby mentions that if you're really infringing upon people's rights, and you're claiming you're doing it in the name of public safety, than anyone who opposes you or criticises you in any way, you can make them look psychotic. The guest reminds people that all this is over a virus that has a 99.9% plus the survival rate in the majority of the population that puts it in the perspective.” A significant chunk of population has been programmed to fear another human being smiling with their face uncovered, breathing fresh oxygen and that is disturbing, says Zuby. We haven't massively evolved over the past 100 years where all the bad stuff that happens even adjusted the 20th century, we're totally over that.   3 Key Points: Zuby says that there's literally been a mass brainwashing which has taken place, where you've converted a certain percentage of the population, who are now openly pushing for very authoritarian, notions and policies and there's been this inversion, where your health is your responsibility. When you're a child, maybe it's your parents, but if you are an adult, your health is your responsibility. If you got sick in 2018, the notion that you would like, blame that on everybody else, that would be absurd, or the notion that you're going to go around acting like, when you're not sick or treating other people as if they are sick, you have no reason to believe that there's everything has been inverted. Zuby states that every single Mr. Leader now, Biden, Trudeau Ardern, Boris Johnson, Macron, all of them, now have power that they never previously did and what happens when they get that. We've suddenly got a whole bunch of mini dictators. All of a sudden, you can't even tell the difference between some of these leaders and people who previously were calling authoritarians, fascists and dictators. Tweetable Quotes: “Everyone's still moved in fear of when mosquitoes kill more people. Why aren't people talking about mosquito spray?” - Peter Voogd “It says a lot about the human psychology which is the notion of a transmissible disease that transfers from person to person” – Zuby “It was always healthy into innocent until proven guilty. Now, it's guilty until proven innocent, it's sick until proven guilty.” – Zuby “So I would like to assume the masses have, like are somewhat intelligent.” - Peter Voogd “Just explain this like has anyone ever lost a friend because they didn't take a flu shot?” - Zuby Resources / Links: Follow Peter Voogd: Facebook        Instagram        Twitter      YouTube    Snapchat   LinkedIn Podcast Editing

You Can Overcome Anything! Podcast Show
You Can Overcome Anything: Ep 192 - Dealing With all the Online BS and Excelling – Rowan Wiechmann

You Can Overcome Anything! Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 34:56


In today's episode, CesarRespino.com brings you a guest from the other side of the world to You Can Overcome Anything! Podcast Show, by the name of Rowan Wiechmann.Rowan Wiechmann is a former military sergeant and now performance coach who helps male entrepreneurs 2-7x their business and grow across all areas of life using the Military Method.He offers a 1-1 and group coaching programRowan's message to you is:If you want to change the game forever, start leading by example and create consistent growth across all areas of life.To Connect with Rowan go to:http://www.instagram.com/rowan.wiechmannTo Connect with CesarRespino go to:

Following to Lead with Kevin East
Building Future Kings And Queens

Following to Lead with Kevin East

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 36:10


Are you building a current kingdom or a future king or queen?We have no higher calling as men than to raise up future generations of godly men. In other words, building the kings and queens of tomorrow is time well spent today. And it doesn't happen just by watching but primarily by intentionality. Get Kevin's FREE Download - TAP HERE Follow Kevin on Facebook Follow Kevin on Instagram Watch Kevin on YouTube

Diana Kander: Professional AF
Rule #2: Get a Sponsor, Not a Mentor

Diana Kander: Professional AF

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 28:38


Hi! I'm Diana Kander and like you, I feel the call to grow. I'm a midwestern mom of two balancing a career as a keynote speaker, and trying to leave the world a little bit better than I found it. Each week on The Growth League, I seek out the most remarkable women leaders and uncover their rules for growth. Whether you're trying to get better at your presentation skills, get that next promotion or even do your first pull-up, each episode will provide you with a New Rule for Growth to supercharge your efforts! The Growth League is more than just a podcast. It's a community. To join this incredible community, subscribe to our newsletter and join our Facebook group full of like-minded growth-oriented leaders. The Growth League Podcast is brought to you by Influence & Co., a content marketing company that helps thought-leaders share their expertise online. Go to influenceandco.com/GROWTH to learn more.Check out After Hours, a TED Podcast, for important discussions on current events in the world of business and culture.To get started today and build your business online, go to Wix.com. With Wix, you can build the website of your dreams with business solutions to help manage and grow directly online!Check out Mita's podcast, Brown Table Talk!The Growth League is a Wonder Media Network production. It's produced by Edie Allard, Adesuwa Agbonile, and Taylor Williamson. Our executive producer is Jenny Kaplan, and our editor is Emily Rudder. Diana Kander on InstagramDiana Kander on TwitterThe Growth League on Facebook

Mom Chat Monday
E50 Here's To You in 2022 (Meal Plan + Prep, Grocery Shopping + more with Jenni Dryer, RDN + Festival Foods Mealtime Mentor)

Mom Chat Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 16:20


Here's To You In 2022 with Festival Foods[sponsored] Join @houseofeilers @kylamariecharles and Jenni Dreyer from @festfoods to discuss practical and easy ways to bring a healthier family mealtime to us in 2022!Jenni Dreyer, mom of two lively kiddos, is a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist (RDN) and Mealtime Mentor with Festival Foods. She believes that good nutrition shouldn't be complicated or confusing. Jenni's biggest passion is getting people (kids included) into the kitchen and learning how to explore and love new foods.https://www.festfoods.com/https://www.facebook.com/festfoodshttps://instagram.com/festfoods/https://www.youtube.com/user/skogensfestivalfoodshttps://twitter.com/festfoodsConnect with the #momchatmonday communityBook Club Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/momchatbookclub/MomChatMonday Newsletter: https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/q1d0h3Where to find usKyla's Instagram and BlogAmy's Instagram and BlogJoin the LIVE Recording of #momchatmondayRemember, you can tune in and chat along with us by joining the LIVE recording of each week's episode every Monday, so give us a follow on IG to make sure you don't miss it.

Outside Perspective
Nate Oatis: Mental Health, Government & Today's Youth - OP216

Outside Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 147:56


Conversation Start: 6:12 Nate Oatis, LMSW, is a Mentor, Strategic NonProfit Consultant, S&C Coach & Martial Artist.  Connect with Nate on Instagram As always, be sure to give the show a follow on Instagram,  Facebook,  TikTok and Twitter We also now have merch! Get yours here! For the Video Experience of the show, follow us on YouTube Head over to our Website and join the Mailing List to stay up to date on guests, episode release dates, articles and more! And make sure you connect with Adam on Instagram and TikTok Big Thank You to our Sponsors: Strange Donuts. "Be Nice. Stay Strange" Follow on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter Imposed Will. #WeAreImposedWill #ImposeYourWill #WhereTheresAWill #IWill Follow on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Twitter  Save 10% on Imposed Will apparel with COUPON CODE: Outside  Handwraps Paper Co. "A Slow Burn For Heavy Hitters" Follow on Instagram and Facebook

The Artists of Data Science
Data Science Happy Hour 63 | 07JAN2022

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 112:00


Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/2rKppfByI5c Resources: https://datascienceharp.medium.com/i-thought-failure-was-my-destiny-until-i-realized-it-made-me-who-i-am-today-1a8bd4ccb1e2 https://dev.to/arslan_ah/grokking-leetcode-a-smarter-way-to-prepare-for-coding-interviews-5d9d https://fs.blog/mental-models/ https://github.com/jwasham/coding-interview-university https://juniortosenior.io/ https://vinvashishta.substack.com/p/assessing-a-data-scientists-coding https://www.jefflichronicles.com/mental-models https://youtu.be/4Qta0MyEoYU Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HarpreetSahotaTheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/datascienceharp Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/datascienceharp

This Week in Startups - Audio
Kazakh Bitcoin mining outage, Synthetic actors, Memes + Ben Awad: Gen Z Programming Mentor | E1355

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 61:36


Jason and Molly cover how 15% of the world's bitcoin mining network going down when Kazakhstan's internet was shut off (3:11) and Chainalysis' scam report (12:32). Then they do a "We Live in the Future" segment about AI created actors (16:49) and “Memes of the Week” review of Marc Andreessen's tweets (25:32). Finally, Producer Rachel wraps with an "OK Boomer" interview with YouTube creator and software engineer Ben Awad (38:43).