Millions of US parents are struggling to feed their infants due to a nationwide shortage of baby formula. This episode was produced by Victoria Bullard, Avishay Artsy, and Victoria Dominguez, edited by Matt Collette, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, engineered by Paul Mounsey, and hosted by Sean Rameswaram. Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained Support Today, Explained by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K366: Poor sleep may hinder attempts to maintain weight loss, study finds Poor sleep may undermine attempts to maintain weight loss, research has suggested. 研究說明，睡眠不足可能會破壞保持減肥的努力。 Millions of people who are overweight or obese manage to lose weight every year. But many often then face a struggle to keep the pounds creeping back. 每年有數百萬超重或肥胖的人設法減輕體重。但許多人通常會面臨保持體重回升的困擾。 Now results from a randomised trial, which was conducted by the University of Copenhagen and presented at the European Congress on Obesity, suggests better and longer sleep patterns could help keep the weight off for good. 現在，由哥本哈根大學進行並在歐洲肥胖大會上發表的一項隨機試驗的結果表明，更好和更長的睡眠模式可以幫助永久減輕體重。 It is well known that not getting enough or poor quality sleep increases the risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and fatty deposits building up in the arteries. 眾所周知，睡眠不足或質量差會增加高血壓、高膽固醇和脂肪沉積在動脈中的風險。 Not getting enough sleep has also been linked to diabetes, inflammation and heart disease. Scientists now increasingly believe poor sleep may be a contributing factor in weight regain after weight loss. In the study, 195 adults who were obese and aged between 18 and 65 followed a very low-calorie diet (800 kcal/day) for eight weeks, losing on average 12 percent of their bodyweight. 睡眠不足也與糖尿病、炎症和心髒病有關。科學家們現在越來越相信睡眠不足可能是減肥後體重反彈的一個因素。在這項研究中，195 名年齡在 18 至 65 歲之間的肥胖成年人連續 8 週採用極低熱量飲食（每天 800 大卡），平均減掉 12% 的體重。 They were then tracked for a year. Their sleep duration was measured using data from wearable monitors and their sleep quality was measured with the Pittsburgh sleep quality index (PSQI), a self-rated questionnaire. 然後他們被跟踪了一年。他們的睡眠時間是使用來自可穿戴監視器的數據來測量的，他們的睡眠質量是使用匹茲堡睡眠質量指數 (PSQI) 來測量的，這是一種自評問卷。 Those who slept for less than six hours a night were found to have, on average, increased their body mass index (BMI) by 1.3 points after a year compared with those who slept for more than six hours. Similarly, the BMI for those who had poor quality sleep increased by 1.2 points after a year compared with those whose sleep was of a good quality. The authors noted the study was observational and could not prove that poor sleep caused weight changes, but suggested that it was likely to contribute. “The fact that sleep health was so strongly related to weight loss maintenance is important since many of us don't get the recommended amount of sleep needed for optimal health and functioning,” said Prof Signe Torekov, of the University of Copenhagen. 與睡眠時間超過 6 小時的人相比，每晚睡眠時間少於 6 小時的人在一年後的體重指數（BMI）平均增加了 1.3 個百分點。同樣，與睡眠質量好的人相比，睡眠質量差的人一年後的 BMI 增加了 1.2 個百分點。作者指出，這項研究是觀察性的，無法證明睡眠不足會導致體重變化，但說明它可能會有所貢獻。哥本哈根大學的 Signe Torekov 教授說：“睡眠健康與減肥維持密切相關這一事實很重要，因為我們中的許多人沒有獲得最佳健康和功能所需的推薦睡眠量。” More than a third of adults in the UK and the US do not frequently get enough sleep, previous research has found, largely owing to a host of factors in modern life including stress, computers, smart devices and the blurring of work-life boundaries. 先前的研究發現，在英國和美國，超過三分之一的成年人經常睡眠不足，這主要是由於現代生活中的許多因素，包括壓力、電腦、智能設備以及工作與生活界限的模糊。 The study also found about two hours of vigorous physical activity a week could help maintain better sleep. 該研究還發現，每周大約兩個小時的劇烈體育活動有助於保持更好的睡眠。 “Future research examining possible ways of improving sleep in adults with obesity will be an important next step to limit weight regain,” said Torekov. “Weight loss maintained with exercise seems promising in improving sleep.” Torekov 說：“未來的研究檢查改善肥胖成年人睡眠的可能方法將是限制體重反彈的重要下一步。” “通過運動保持體重減輕似乎對改善睡眠很有希望。” Source article: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2022/05/10/2003777959
Millions of workers have left their jobs looking for better opportunities, and it's putting retirees in great demand. We'll discuss how that may impact you today on MoneyWise. AN UNPRECEDENTED EMPLOYEE SHORTAGE We've talked about the Great Resignation before. Due in part to the pandemic and increasing work from home opportunities, folks have been resigning in historic numbers. That's led to an employment gap at all experience levels that employers have yet to fill. A recent report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce calls this a workforce crisis and says The most critical and widespread challenge facing businesses is the inability to hire qualified workers for open jobs they need to fill. There are now more than 11-million open jobs in the U.S. That's nearly twice as many as the number of unemployed workers. So it's not surprising that employers would look to retirees as one solution to the worker shortage, if they can get them to un-retire. There's even a name for retirees returning to the workforce:. BOOMERANG EMPLOYEES And in many cases, hiring back the boomerang employees is actually preferred over taking on younger, entry level employees. Retirees, especially recent retirees, already have the skill-set needed for the job and experience at solving problems. They also tend to have lower training costs and greater productivity. But why would retirees return to a job they've already decided to leave? Well, some do it for financial reasons. They simply need the money as today's high inflation rate eats into their buying power. Others discover that retirement isn't all it was cracked up to be and they feel unfulfilledor bored. Employment experts say the high demand for retirees gives them a definite advantage in these negotiations and they know that they can be choosy about what conditions they'll accept. And just because retirees get calls from their former companies doesn't mean that's where they end up. Less than half of retirees thinking about going back to work would consider their past workplace. Nearly two-thirds said they'd look for opportunities somewhere else. They can do it, too, because again, the pandemic has enabled millions to work from home who didn't have that opportunity before. Employers have accepted the fact that many jobs can be done anywhere there's a wifi connection. OPPORTUNITIES You don't necessarily have to be a recent retiree to benefit from this trend, either. Many employers are offering training opportunities, especially technology training, to those who've been out of the workforce for longer periods of time. The Great Resignation is giving retirees opportunities they've never had before without having to go look for them. In many cases they just need to keep their resumes and LinkedIn profiles up to date. Employers are coming to them. WHAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU? So if you're retired and thinking about going back to work, how do you decide what's best for you? Answering a few questions first can help. Do you want to work full-time or just part-time? How flexible do your hours need to be? Working from home, many people have found they can pretty much set their own hours, just as long as the job gets done on time. You also have to think about compensation. If you're receiving Social Security benefits but haven't reached full retirement age yet, your benefits will be reduced $1 for every $2 you earn above $19,560. You'll get that money back after you reach full retirement age, at which point you can earn any amount without your benefits being reduced. So the pandemic led to the Great Resignation, which led to a big increase in boomerangs. There's a sentence you never thought you'd hear. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ●Does it make sense to withdraw money from a 401k early to pay off a home loan? ●How should you invest a lump sum of cash on behalf of a teenager? ●Should you prioritize paying off a mortgage or investing more for retirement? Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them toQuestions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website atMoneyWise.orgwhere you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29
WEBINAR REGISTRATION - Master Your HD Strategy & Authority: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/master-human-design-webinarIn today's episode, I'm joined by the amazing Bronwyn Snell, some of you may have heard her before as she has such a beautiful sense of self and experience with Human Design.Bronwyn is a 1/3 Splenic Projector with the Right Angle Cross of the Unexpected. In this conversation I was interested to learn the subtle differences between being undefined as I am and using Justin's Spleen when we're together, versus Bronwyn's own defined Spleen.Learn with Bronwyn what the Superpower of the defined Spleen and what the undefined Superpower of the spleen is too.Big Love , Mxx------Jess Bubbico's details:Intuitive Guidance Sessions: During this 30-minute session, we will dive into a particular area of your business or life where you're desiring deeper support and clarity.Soulpreneur Activation Session: Are you a business owner or aspiring business owner who wants to dive into deeper connection with your design to create your business in alignment with what feels good, right and TRUE for YOU?Bookings - www.loveyourwoo.com/work-with-jessInsta - @loveyourwoo------HDX Membership: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/membershipWant to sponsor the podcast? Apply here for the "Millions of Millionaires" project: https://forms.gle/Hs2MGFSuyRrVKJ116Shadow Program Waitlist: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/waitlist-human-design-shadow-programHuman Design 101 Course: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/human-design-101Instagram @the_human_design_coachHuman Design FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/285696835929546/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/1386906244772463/Music: Spark Of Inspiration by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comhttps://www.emmadunwoody.com/master-human-design-webinar
A growing number of U.S. lawmakers are pressing the Biden administration to establish a humanitarian corridor in the Black Sea, to help transport millions of tons of grain from Ukraine to the world food supply. But doing so is complicated — and could provoke retaliation from Russia. Meredith Lee reports.
Millions of Americans suffer from digestive problems like acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, and constipation. Beyond that, even more folks struggle with conditions like autoimmune disease, food allergies, skin problems, and mood disorders—all of which can be traced back to one root cause: gut disruption. Compromised gut health is a major barrier to good health in our society, but luckily there are a few clear action steps we can take to restore the functionality of our gut. Integrative gastroenterologist and microbiome expert, Dr. Robynne Chutkan, is back on The Model Health Show to share the latest research on gut health. You're going to learn the about link between gut health and cognition, how our lifestyle choices shape our microbiome health, and in turn influence our long-term health outcomes. She's also sharing the three commonly prescribed medications that are destroying your gut health and making you more susceptible to COVID-19. You'll also hear about specific things you can eat to cultivate a healthy gut. What I love about Dr. Chutkan is her approach to health and medicine. She is an advocate of root-cause treatment, and empowering and educating patients about their own health. If you're striving for better health, it all starts in the gut, and Dr. Chutkan is a truly amazing expert in this field. I hope this episode empowers you to take control of your gut health and advocate for yourself. Enjoy! In this episode you'll discover: What psychogenic fecal retention is. The definition of integrative gastroenterology. How anxiety is linked to the gut. The link between frequent antibiotic use and cognitive decline. What to ask your doctor before accepting a prescription for antibiotics. The importance of being an active advocate in your health care. What polypharmacy is. Which commonly prescribed medications are making us more susceptible to viruses. How the ACE receptors in the intestines work. What happens when you take a proton pump inhibitor. Why stomach acid is one of the body's most potent defense mechanisms. What your microbiome can tell you about your health outcomes and susceptibilities. Why fiber is critical for gut health. Examples of microbiota accessible carbs. The importance of eating seasonally, and with variety. How NSAIDs can destroy the gut lining. The problem with overprescribing drugs in the medical community. What the virome is, and its importance in modulating immune response. An everyday approach to improving gut health. The science behind how sleep deprivation increases your risk of viral infections. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model -- Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 15% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Gutbliss by Dr. Robynne Chutkan The Bloat Cure by Dr. Robynne Chutkan Connect with Dr. Robynne Chutkan Website / Podcast / Facebook / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript
- Stars incontestées des apéros, les saucissons et saucisses sèches sont de retour avec l'arrivée des beaux jours. Si le plaisir gustatif est garanti, qu'en-est-il d'un point de vue nutritionnel ? Réponse avec Sylvie Metzelard de 60 Millions de Consommateurs - Vos placards débordent de vêtements ? Il est temps de faire un grand ménage de printemps dans vos dressings ! Mais comment faire le tri et optimiser ses rangements ? Réponse avec Anne Tourneux, styliste. - La couleur joue un rôle important en cuisine car elle ajoute le plaisir visuel à celui du palais. Pour une expérience culinaire « fun », comment composer un menu monochrome ? Réponse avec Amandine Geers, auteur culinaire. Ecoutez Nous Voilà Bien ! avec Flavie Flament du 14 mai 2022
In today's segment, we discuss a recent article alleging a man who is predicting catastrophic events this summer that will usher in the apocalypse. We discuss the danger of date setters and why the Lord emphasizes that he will return in a day and hour we will not expect. Discover how the World will be caught off guard at the coming of the Lord but the Church will be in tune to know and understand the seasons of his return but not be able to pinpoint the very hour and day of his return.
On this episode of Estimate Rocket we are joined by Bard Caldwell of Caldwell Painting, and we discuss the type of mindset that gets your business to the millions. Bart explains how viewing crises as opportunities helped him develop business strategy that kept his company growing past expectations. He also helps us understand how technology can get companies past growth plateaus, how prioritizing employees over customers can create a 'trickle-down' customer care, and how social media marketing can "let people dream."Check out Bart's "Drinks with the Boss" podcast on any podcast app!
Millions of people around the world have been left managing the complex and amorphous syndrome that is long COVID. But the underlying cause of this myriad of symptoms is not clear. One hypothesis is that the virus is able to find a safe haven in the body from which it can bide its time and potentially re-emerge - a viral reservoir. Now researchers studying long COVID have found evidence of SARS-CoV-2 in a series of organs around the body, most notably the gut, months after the infection appears to have been cleared from the respiratory system. While there is still a long way to go before the reservoir hypothesis can be confirmed, these data provide compelling new support for the theory. In this episode of Coronapod, we discuss how the studies were carried out, why the question of long COVID's cause is so difficult to crack, and what more needs to be done to get a firm answer.News: Coronavirus ‘ghosts' found lingering in the gutSubscribe to Nature Briefing, an unmissable daily round-up of science news, opinion and analysis free in your inbox every weekday. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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It's the year 2020 and the pandemic is in full swing. Millions of people have lost their jobs and the US government has provided very little in the way of financial assistance, so people seek alternative forms of income. Enter the MLM, or mult-level marketing company, otherwise known as a Ponzi scheme, otherwise known as a pyramid scheme. Thanks to Facebook, these scam companies easily exist and recruit unsuspecting victims... excuse me, "Brand Partners" to sell their junk, in this case it's Black Oxygen Organics, or BOO for short. Marc Saint Onge grew up loving the bog dirt of Canada and surprisingly, has been selling it for years before converting his business model into a full on scam. As a cure-all Magic Dirt promises to cure many things, one of them being "ridding the body of heavy metals". Can you guess what Magic Dirt has a lot of after reading that last sentence? Join us to find out. Source: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/magic-dirt-internet-fueled-defeated-pandemics-weirdest-mlm-rcna6950 Linktree Find out more at https://20kleagues.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Make no mistake about it, there are BILLIONS of dollars being spent every single day and you need to get in on the conversation. Period with no exception. Government contracting is for EVERYONE. Be clear in this episode, the man who has MILLIONS of dollars pass through his own hands in government tracking schools us from start to finish on the real opportunity and how to get inside of it without wasting anymore time. He spells out the WHY & the HOW.
Fredrik van Huynh is the Co-Founder of Absolute Internship, one of the world's largest internship programs for students. Frequently covered by Forbes Magazine, The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Financial Times, and BBC News, Freddie is recognized as one of Sweden's top entrepreneurs, having built a multi-million dollar business from the ground up. Listen to The Tony DUrso Show on VoiceAmerica Influencers Platform every Friday at 2pm Pacific or listen on Apple Podcasts or tonydurso.com/podcast.
On May 11, the U.S. Senate voted down the Women's Health Protection Act, 49-51. The WHPA would have made abortion legal, eliminating the role of the Supreme Court on the issue of abortion and nullifying the pending Supreme Court decision, the draft copy of which has already been leaked to the media. The Democratic Party leadership is responsible for this catastrophe because they refused to forcefully defend abortion rights and women's rights over the past two decades. It was not a priority for them. They only gave lip service for abortion rights to get votes. Millions of women are now losing control over their own bodies. It's not just Joe Manchin to blame. The Democratic leadership has only seen abortion rights as a bargaining chip in bourgeois, capitalist politics. Nancy Pelosi, the leader of the Democrats in the House of Representatives, has insisted that support for abortion rights should not be a “litmus test” for Democratic candidates. In recent days she even went to Texas to support the campaign of Henry Cuellar, who is opposed to abortion rights, against a more progressive challenger who supports abortion rights. This clearly indicates that the Democratic Party leadership doesn't give a damn about abortion rights. They are playing politics and using the issue of abortion to fundraise and mobilize voters for the midterm elections, while failing to preserve the fundamental right to abortion. This is not the first time this has happened. In 2009 and 2010, the Democrats did not have a razor thin majority in the Senate, but a huge majority. Fifty-nine Senators were Democrats, and one Independent voted with the Democratic caucus. In that same Congressional term, the Democrats had a vast majority in the House of Representatives, and they had just elected Barack Obama as president, who enjoyed immense popularity in his first two years. Then too, the Democrats could have adopted legislation like the Women's Health Protection Act that would have enshrined abortion rights forever. On May 14, there will be large-scale protests in support of abortion rights initiated by Planned Parenthood. In addition to supporting abortion rights in general, the message of the May 14 organizers will be focused on voting for the Democratic Party in the upcoming midterm elections. This is a smokescreen and shield for the Democratic Party's role in the destruction of abortion rights. While Planned Parenthood is running interference for the Democratic Party's insidious role in allowing abortions rights to be destroyed, there is no reason to focus a political attack on any other organization than the Democratic Party itself. Planned Parenthood provides many critically needed medical services, not only abortion and birth control but important preventative care as well as transition care for transgender people; the organization is under attack by right-wing anti-abortion forces around the country. Campaigning for the Democratic Party must be understood as a losing strategy. In fact it is a fraudulent exercise. Recent history clearly demonstrates that even when the Democratic Party controls all branches of government, they have not cared enough about abortion rights to ensure that abortion rights legislation becomes the law of the land. We have to make this clear in our conversations at the May 14 actions. A militant mass movement in defense of abortion rights will be launched. This movement needs to expose the failure of the Democratic Party to adequately mount a defense of abortion rights. In fact, the Democratic Party must be held responsible for the catastrophe that is being imposed on women, girls and every person who needs access to safe, legal abortion.
Grace discusses the watchdog group, Open the Books, uncovering the millions of dollars scientists in the National Institute of Health receiving large royalty payments from outside groups.
Jason is passionate about coaching entrepreneurs who want to work less & make more. Through coaching and his exclusive mastermind, The Exiter Club, He works with entrepreneurs to develop systems & processes to scale so they can live what he calls "The Exit Lifestyle", having complete control over their time and choices on a daily basis as opposed to being in the weeds of business operations every day. His mission is to help entrepreneurs be successful and enjoy their businesses–including the financial profits & tax benefits–without the need to be the owner-operator. He calls it "Exit Without Exiting". ABOUT THE REAL JASON DUNCAN KEYNOTE SPEAKING TOPICS Jason spent 13 years in pastoral ministry and four years as a school teacher before he became an "accidental entrepreneur" in 2010. He owns multiple companies that are involved in various industries, including e-commerce, private lending, consulting services, motorcycles, power equipment, & real estate holdings. Jason has spoken at a variety of conferences, including TEDxWilmington, and appeared on dozens of podcasts. He's a member of several private and public professional organizations whose focus is on business growth, personal and professional development, and wealth generation. Most importantly, Jason is a passionate and dedicated professional who loves Jesus. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee. He & his wife have two kids. He enjoys playing guitar, riding motorcycles, and traveling in his RV with his wife. The exit lifestyle is what all entrepreneurs want to live, but they think that they only get it once they sell their company and walk away. You can exit without exiting as long as you know the core principles that must be applied as you are building your business. That's what The Real Jason Duncan specializes in. He teaches entrepreneurs how to live the exit lifestyle without selling. He shows them how to exit without exiting. Notes: What Jason Duncan has learned The Root of all Success is How Jason went from unemployed teacher to million-dollar business owner The Five things entrepreneurs need How the previous experiences in your life help you Your greatest strength is also your greatest weakness and vice versa What is the Exit Lifestyle, and how do we overcome the hustle culture Entrepernurs have Hero Syndrom 4 Keys to success of building an Exit Lifestyle Business May 19th Jason's next Business Accellerator starts. If you sign up now and put in coupon code ea510 you get $500 off Business Website: therealjasonduncan.com LinkedIn Page/Profile: linkedin.com/in/therealjasonduncan Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
durée : 00:36:45 - Le téléphone sonne - par : Marie Claude PINSON - Une étude récente de Recherches et solidarités pour France Bénévolat montre que 27% des bénévoles ont cessé leur engagement pendant la crise sanitaire. Ce manque de bénévoles handicape les associations qui peinent à retrouver un état de fonctionnement normal. - réalisé par : Tristan Gratalon
Salim Ramji is a Senior Managing Director and Global Head of iShares and Index Investments for BlackRock and a member of the firm's Global Executive Committee. Prior to that he was Head of BlackRock's U.S. Wealth Advisory business. Salim joined BlackRock in 2014, serving initially as the Global Head of Corporate Strategy. Before joining BlackRock, he was a Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company where he led the Asset & Wealth Management practice areas. He started his career as a corporate finance and M&A lawyer in London and Hong Kong. Salim earned a bachelor's degree in economics and politics from University of Toronto, a law degree from Cambridge University and is a CFA charter holder. He is also a trustee of Graham Windham, a New York-based child care agency. This episode is about nothing less than finding one's purpose in life. For Salim that is making investing easier for millions of people. We talk about ETFs, passive, and index investing, new trends in technology, the recent trading boom and how startups helped facilitate that. We took about the influx of new investors that never before have participated in the markets. We talk about sustainability and it's relation to ETFs, we talk about corporate governance and BlackRocks innovations to let clients vote even in passive vehicles.
Listen to a new episode of Your Next Stop recorded live on Fireside with host Juliet Hahn featuring author, screenwriter, and publisher Lee Matthew Goldberg and literary agent Natalie Kimber. Lee Matthew Goldberg is the author of nine novels including THE ANCESTOR and THE MENTOR and the YA series RUNAWAY TRAIN. His books are in various stages of development for film and TV off of his original scripts. He has been published in multiple languages and nominated for the Prix du Polar. VANISH ME will be out in Feb '22. After graduating with an MFA from the New School, his writing has also appeared as a contributor in Pipeline Artists, LitHub, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Millions, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, LitReactor, Mystery Tribune, The Big Idea, Monkeybicycle, Fiction Writers Review, Cagibi, Necessary Fiction, Hypertext, If My Book, Past Ten, the anthology Dirty Boulevard, The Montreal Review, The Adirondack Review, The New Plains Review, Maudlin House, Underwood Press, and others. He is the co-curator of The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series and lives in New York City. Follow him at LeeMatthewGoldberg.com, Twitter, Instagram, Amazon, and FRINGE. Natalie Kimber is a literary agent with The Rights Factory and previously worked with the Georgetown University Booklab and Literary and Creative Artists in Washington, DC. She represents trade authors as well as academics, artists, and poets. She is passionate about bringing books into the world and developing them with authors from first ideas through publication. She is an editor for the literary journal Monologging, the organizer of the NYC Writers Circle, and the founder of the Weehawken Writers and Artists Studio. Follow her on Twitter. Remarkable Quotes: “As a writer, you're very alone. You write alone and put your work out there and you have a few people in your life. A lot of times it's a business relationship, and it's about money. To have people who really just care is invaluable.” ~ Lee Matthew Goldberg “Keep looking for the person who's gonna like your thing because eventually, if you just stay positive, you will get there.” ~ Natalie Kimber Sponsors Today's episode is sponsored by: Together Women Rise is dedicated to ensuring that every woman and girl has the opportunity to live freely, pursue her dreams, and reach her full potential. We are a powerful community of women and allies engaged in learning, giving, and community building. Visit TogetherWomenRise.org to learn more and join us! Picked Cherries‘ social podcasting app is the destination for the best podcast listening experience for all listeners. Download the app for FREE on Google Play and the App Store. Share podcasts like never before with Picked Cherries. Learn more at PickedCherries.com. Find Us Online! Fireside: Juliet Hahn Instagram: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn
Failed visionary or feckless con artist? Elizabeth Holmes was neither and both during the arc of Theranos as we see it in The Dropout from Hulu/Disney+.Email us: KillerFunPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Facebook: fb.me/KillerFunPodcastAll the Tweets: http://twitter.com/KillerFunPodInstagram: killerfunpodcast
Millions of Americans are frustrated with their urinary problems. More specifically, the need to urinate multiple times a day and night.An overactive bladder (OAB) refers to a group of symptoms that cause a sudden need to urinate or the urge to urinate. OAB affects up to 40 percent of women and 30 percent of men in the United States.The most common symptom is a sudden, uncontrolled need or urge to urinate.Helpful Article
Gordon Stein, MBA, personal finance expert, international speaker and author of Cashflow Cookbook: $2 Million of Financial Freedom in 60 Easy Recipes offers advice on how to improve financial wellness with minimal effort or budgeting and bring focus, balance and joy into your life.
There's always a catch. If you are a regular listener of my success and money podcast, you've heard me say this line on repeat. Whether we decide to take action or not….whether we say “yes” or “no,” there is a pay off and a trade off. This is why so many of us get stuck in over-thinking and over-analyzing, because it's scary to make the “wrong” choice, and have to suffer the consequences. When you are starting, growing, and running a business….you have to constantly make tough decisions every week, on top of all the tough decisions you already have to make in your personal life. It's easy to get caught up in magical, seeing all of these people online (including me) that are living a life of luxury, working with such ease, all while raking in the cash. What 98% of these people don't show or tell you is all the crap days, tough weeks, and painful messy setbacks that happened along the way. Creating and running a successful business is not for the faint of heart. This shiz gets really hard before the money and work flow easily. If you're in that stage where your dreams feel a million miles away, know that every single entrepreneur on the planet has felt the same thing. Try your best not to compare your year 1-3 to someone else that is at year 10. I've been an entrepreneur for 14 years now. ProjectME has been around for a little over 4 years…let me tell you IT DOES GET EASIER, but you have to be willing to navigate the tough times to get there. If you aren't sure what your “thing” is or how to turn your passion into a business, this podcast episode will get you thinking outside of the box. MEET MY GUEST Alison Lumbatis: Alison Lumbatis is an empowerment influencer, entrepreneur and best-selling author. She's attracted an audience of millions to her Get Your Pretty On website and has served over 100,000 members through the Outfit Formulas personal styling program. A thought leader in the personal style and confidence arenas, Alison empowers women and business leaders to show up as the best version of themselves in order to make a bigger impact. She has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, Redbook and Life & Style. Links: outfitformulas.com Freebie: outfitformulas.com/13staples (Closet Staples List + 13 Outfit Ideas!) Social: @outfitformulasofficial @alisonlumbatis GRAB YOUR SPOT NOW >>> NAIL YOUR NICHE & Instagram Bio Live Zoom Workshop! Finally start attracting thousands of potential clients to your social media accounts. ***This is a ONE-TIME-ONLY Live workshop with Limited Spots, SIGN UP HERE to get all of the details and grab your ticket! Welcome to ProjectME the Podcast with your host Tiffany Carter, who takes the mystery out of making BIG money? A former NBC and CBS TV journalist, turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur, teaching you all things wealth, health, worth, and business. You can follow Tiffany on Instagram @projectme_with_tiffany on Facebook @projectmewithtiffany and watch her TV episodes on ProjectME TV with Tiffany Carter on YouTube. Subscribe to Tiffany's FREE weekly digest, The Secret Posse, and get exclusive content you won't find anywhere else: millionaire mindset exercises, custom weekly abundance affirmations, and her best money making tips.
As many as 14 million Americans on Medicaid could lose their coverage when the pandemic public health emergency expires. The declaration – and the temporary reforms it allowed for – are set to end on July 15th, if the Biden administration doesn't extend them. This could result in a historic jump in the U.S. uninsured rate. Plus, improving location accuracy on wireless 911 calls. And, a new record for gas prices. Guests: Axios' Adriel Bettelheim and Margaret Harding McGill. Credits: Axios Today is produced by Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Alex Sugiura, and Lydia McMullen-Laird. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at email@example.com. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go deeper: Millions could lose coverage when COVID public health emergency ends Exclusive: AT&T launches new 911 location service Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello hello! Did you know student loans are entirely unnecessary? Not only that, but they have the potential to DESTROY your life. I have 5 sad stories to show it, for those who are inspired by what you do NOT want to happen. I also describe how these people could have had MILLIONS in retirement if they didn't have to pay off loans and ALL the interest that goes with them. You don't want to miss the awesome steps and tricks that I lay out. Grab your cold brew and TI-89, because class is now in session. P.S. Come join our FB Christian College Girls Community, and tell us what traditional degree you're getting, and how you want to use it in an unconventional way(: Facebook --> Christian College Girl Community ~ Scholarships & Graduate Debt-Free | Facebook Instagram --> @moneyandmentalpeace Connect --＞ firstname.lastname@example.org **Scholarships & School Hacks for Christian College Girls to Graduate Debt-Free!** Get a debt-free degree, find easy scholarships and money for college, and more tips for Christian college girls! Hang out with me, Kara (Scholarship Coach, College Money Mentor, Get Out of Debt Guru), every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, or connect with me below!
From the boardroom to the pavement Kimberle Smith is an accomplished coach. Who has helped many businesses thrive and also trained many people to achieve their athletic and fitness goals. She is also a published author of the book Millions of Possibilities; Taking your Ideas from Inspiration to Monetization. She believes that business coaching and fitness/health coaching are basically the same thing with the only difference being the product. She is an accomplished marathoner, ultramarathoner, triathlete, conquering many personal feats. We discuss in-depth her journey into coaching, her journey as an athlete, her approach to nutrition and fitness, among many other things.
Don Hurzeler is our featured author on today's show. Don's book is Suddenly Retired: A Roadmap for What Comes Next. Hear Don talk about if retirement can be the best part of your life...even it's unexpected? Millions have gone the retirement route, but the path is difficult without experience, expertise and a trusty guide like this book. Suddenly Retired is packed with practical, fun, relatable stories and advice which could make the next years of your life, the best ever. Don Hurzeler is a retired CEO/President of an insurance company. He is also a Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) and Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU). He served as the national president of the National Society of CPCU with 25,000 members. He is happily retired with his wife in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
An often overlooked, but critical piece of the equation in underwriting multifamily Real Estate, is insurance. When not handled appropriately, it can cost operators and investors millions. In the last 20 years, between natural disasters and an increasing litigious environment, the process of insuring a property has gotten more complex and requires more expertise. Robert Band, Vice President of Commercial Insurance and Real Estate Risk Specialist at Assured Partners, helps multifamily operators optimize their coverage for both cost and protection. Learn more at https://www.streetsmartsuccess.com
The U.S. is in the midst of its worst deadly bird flu outbreak in years. Millions of poultry and wild birds have been killed. And although the risk to human health is low, the impacts have trickled down to consumers. William Brangham traveled to the Midwest, where producers and scientists are desperately trying to stay ahead of the virus. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
The U.S. is in the midst of its worst deadly bird flu outbreak in years. Millions of poultry and wild birds have been killed. And although the risk to human health is low, the impacts have trickled down to consumers. William Brangham traveled to the Midwest, where producers and scientists are desperately trying to stay ahead of the virus. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Digging in for the long haul -- that's how the U.S. Director of National Intelligence characterized Vladimir Putin's strategy as his invasion of Ukraine enters its 3rd month. DNI Avril Haines, in testimony before a Senate committee, described Russia's effort in Eastern Ukraine as a slow moving slog ... it's the U.S. intelligence assessment that Putin is hoping the attention of NATO and the West on Ukraine starts to wane over time. So what's the latest from the Donbas region, where the majority of recent fighting is happening ... is Mariupol still not totally under Russian control ... and is the war in Ukraine turning into a stalemate? We'll ask. We'll then check in with one of the millions of Ukrainian families that was forced to pick up and move to avoid Russian troops, refugees within their own country. But we start with an update on the fighting and what the American intelligence community believes are Vladimir Putin's goals to create a "land bridge" stretching from Russian-controlled Crimea all the way to the Ukrainian city of Odessa. That may very well be what Putin wants, but can his beat up military actually achieve that? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Do you know the difference between real and nominal rates? It matters to a plethora of finance decisions you might be in the process of making.Do you know "your number?" The ratio of rejection to acceptance to your offer? You should, because that ratio, once known, can improve over time and have systems built around it.Text KKRS to: 713-528-8219Telegram Community: https://t.me/killbiggerTwitter: https://twitter.com/kylekeeganradioCheck out https://keeganradio.comJoin the discussion at https://www.thefastlaneforum.com/community/threads/kaks-kill-bigger-radio-show.95326/ DISCLAIMER! I am NOT your financial advisor or business consultant. Do YOUR OWN research. I advocate heavily that you should make intelligent and informed decisions based on YOUR OWN understanding or hire someone that does this for you. Don't take me out of context and make dumb decisions. Always consider YOUR OWN SITUATION before implementing strategies shared on KKRS. When in doubt, remember Kyle is conservative and will always choose to live another day over imprudent “YOLO” decisions. The Kyle Keegan Radio Show and iTalk Media Network™️ are © Atlas Southwest LLC.
Bill Handel talks about how the best times for millions of Americans are right now, particularly when it comes to investments. The escaped inmate and jail employee have been apprehended in Indiana after 10 days of being on the run. And KFI News Reporter Steve Gregory joins the show to talk about the recent surfacing of documents that dispute the allegations against Sheriff Alex Villanueva regarding the covering up of an excessive use of force situation.
Welcome to the first episode of season 2. And we're going in strong. Now that we've laid out the fundamentals in season 1, it's time to discuss growth. I'm talking by MILLIONS – those nonprofit leaders who have navigated growth and scaled tremendously. We know 2020 was indeed hard for many nonprofit organizations. But we also know we can use this time as a catalyst for change. Let's not look back. For 2022 and beyond, I want to encourage you to lean into an abundance mindset and the perks that come with this growth perspective. Tune in to The Business Behind Fundraising — Why I'm No Longer Talking About Nonprofit Scarcity with Sherry Quam Taylor. What You Will Discover: ✔️How abundance attracts investment-level donors. They are attracted to high ambitions. They LOVE big plans. They are drawn to you when you dream of growing by millions. They want to be part of that huge change. ✔️It attracts your tribe. I love working with nonprofit leaders who are killing it - running amazing businesses. This mindset attracts people (donors, volunteers, staff, clients) who want to level up. No more operating in the scarcity zone! ✔️ Leaders want objectivity. Sometimes, it's hard to see solutions when we're too far in our plans and in our heads. Maybe a bit of reimagining could reveal what's blocking your organization's revenue so you can finally walk on a new path moving forward. ✔️ Be honest with your organization's skill sets. Your staff is the fuel to your engine – now that you're scaling, constantly make sure you've got outstanding players on board and form your dream fundraising team ✔️ Retain major donors. How do we ensure all those donors who showed up in 2020 and 2021 will give again? How do we use their funding to build a strong reserve? How do we make long-term decisions? The opportunity for unrestricted funding is there. It's up to you to do what it takes to keep it! Be sure to subscribe on YouTube for weekly updates. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbjEu276-YQ0TeurphD62pA/ Or, subscribe to The Business Behind Fundraising podcast on any of your favorite podcast apps!
Is the gospel making progress among the Jewish people? Are they coming to know the truth about the Messiah? Joel C. Rosenberg interviews Dr. Erez Soref of One For Israel, and they talk about how the Jewish people are looking for meaning Post-Covid and how they are getting to know the Messiah. Dr. Soref also talks about how he came to know the Lord and shares the experience of the son of a well-known Muslim leader in the Arab world getting baptized. Learn more about The Joshua Fund: JoshuaFund.com Make a tax-deductible donation: Donate | The Joshua Fund Stock Media provided by DimmySad / Pond5
The film “2000 Mules” was released in theaters a few days ago, and it exposes the illegal ballot harvesting that took place during the 2020 election. One of the main ways that it exposed this ballot harvesting was by using geospatial cell phone tracking data. And by using this data, they were able to trace the individuals who were making dozens of trips to ballot drop boxes, as well as to different NGOs. However, as expected, once this movie was released, the mainstream media began to attack it. One of the main criticisms lobbied against it is the idea that this cell phone geo-tracking is not very precise or accurate. But is that really the case? ⭕️ Sign up for our NEWSLETTER and stay in touch
Photo: Closed management in Jintan District, Changzhou, Jiangsu, where citizens are allowed outside for purchasing once every two days with permit. #PRC: Politics bashes aside jobs, health, hundreds of millions. Anne Stevenson-Yang, co-founder of J Capital Research Ltd. and author of China Alone: The Emergence From, and Pending Return To, Isolation, @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-05-08/china-premier-warns-of-grave-jobs-situation-as-lockdowns-bite
The New York City Rent Guidelines Board backed rent increases that, if enacted, could amount to the largest hikes in nearly a decade. Mihir Zaveri, reporter covering housing on The New York Times Metro desk, reports that these increases fall short of landlords' demands but leave tenants fearful of what's to come.
Research shows our desire to fit in is incredibly strong. If you've ever disagreed with a group, but were afraid to speak up, you know the feeling. It means we go along to get along. Unfortunately, these feelings are the rule, not the exception. Millions of people experience them on a regular basis. It's a phenomena psychologists call pluralistic ignorance, and it distorts how we see the world. From racial segregation to discarding healthy kidneys slated for organ transplants, the effects can be enormous. Todd Rose, author of the book, Collective Illusions: Conformity, Complicity, and the Science of Why We Make Bad Decisions, believes it's a much bigger problem than we realize, one that reinforces norms and shapes systems that hold us back. Todd not only explains the science behind it, but offers things we can do to address it, things that, ultimately, will make us happier and healthier in the process. It's a terrific and timely read! Episode Links Middle Schoolers say they want to be famous Solomon Asch Leon Festinger Rene Girard Populace Story Like You Mean It by Dennis Rebelo The Team Learn more about host, Gayle Allen, and producer, Rob Mancabelli, here. Support the Podcast If you like the show, please rate and review it on iTunes or wherever you subscribe, and tell a friend or family member about the show. Subscribe Click here and then scroll down to see a sample of sites where you can subscribe.
In this episode, I address the growing evidence that the hit on the Supreme Court was a planned operation. News Picks: Dave Chapelle is attacked on stage while performing. The real story behind the Hunter laptop. Russian oligarch who met with Hunter Biden sanctioned by the UK, but not the US. JD Vance wins big in Ohio. Millions of tons of grain are stuck in Ukraine. Disgraced President Biden is hemorrhaging black voter support now too. Another troubling story about the growing food and fertilizer crisis. Another troubling research study on mRNA vaccines. 13 states have trigger laws automatically banning most or all abortions if Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved