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Motiv8 - The Motivation and Inspiration Podcast
Before You Give Up | Steve Harvey

Motiv8 - The Motivation and Inspiration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 11:34


Today's motivation is for those at the end of the road. Audio Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9igSh9IwMAc&t=28s More about Steve: Broderick Stephen Harvey Sr is an American television host, producer, actor, and comedian. He hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud, the Miss Universe competition, Family Feud Africa, and the arbitration-based court comedy Judge Steve Harvey. Harvey began his career as a comedian. He performed stand-up comedy in the early 1980s and hosted Showtime at the Apollo and The Steve Harvey Show on The WB. Quote of the Day: “But remember what drives a man; real men do what they have to do to make sure their people are taken care of, clothed, housed, and reasonably satisfied, and if they're doing anything less than that, they're not men.” ― Steve Harvey Leave a review Support via Patreon Check out my Personal Finance/Investing Podcast Join the Upcoming Newsletter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motiv8/support

My Favourite Elliott Smith Song
S5 Ep8: Nilüfer Yanya

My Favourite Elliott Smith Song

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 23:31


Our guest for episode eight of season five is Nilüfer Yanya.  Nilüfer is a musician from London. Nilüfer's first ever release came back in 2016 when she put out her debut EP Small Crimes/Keep on Calling and, since then, she's released two full-length albums: 2019's Miss Universe, which was then followed up by Painless earlier on this year - a record that's well worth checking out if you haven't heard it already.  We recorded this chat with Nilufer over the summer. In it, we talk through her favourite song pick, the importance of having your own interpretation of music, and we also go a bit deep on the nature of fame. We hope you enjoy it! Extra things to look at / listen to:  Angeles by Elliott Smith: https://open.spotify.com/track/0Ziohm1Ku8E2yUDYoclfhO?si=aeb7ca596f144a0d Either/Or by Elliott Smith: https://open.spotify.com/album/5hryhrT7wEdLnZCbJX9F6L?si=NyNrLWt0QCCAYeaeN5zJtw Painless by Nilüfer Yanya: https://open.spotify.com/album/1rw1hpm0jSriJVVCyf6Da6?si=CTEN0SO9QbSrQ7yPlkqktg Nilüfer Yanya's website: https://niluferyanya.com/ Read our September newsletter: https://myfavouriteelliottsmithsong.substack.com/p/newsletter-3-lola-kirke-momma-and Our cover today comes from Andre Salvador - you can listen to it here: https://andresalvadorandthevonkings.bandcamp.com/track/needle-in-the-hay-elliott-smith My Favourite Elliott Smith Song is produced by Rob Comba and Elizabeth Withstandley. Find us on social media @myfavesmithsong.

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos
Who Wants Peace in the Middle East?

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 5:13


Sarah Idan was the first woman to represent Iraq in the Miss Universe contest in almost half a century. She went to the competition hoping to make friends. She made one in Miss Israel, and then everything changed—but not in the way she expected. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate

Beauty Call Podcast
How to be more engaging when presenting and facilitating. Guest, David Doerrier

Beauty Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 36:25


About David:David Doerrier works with trainers, facilitators, sales organizations, and other presenters that are struggling to engage and impact their audience. The lack of engagement in any presentation will cause your audience to tune out, forget you and your message, and will undoubtedly not buy from you or take a next step.As an expert in the adult learning theory, David works with his clients to incorporate eight simple principles that are guaranteed to motivate any audience to listen, act, and be more likely to retain your information, take a next step, and purchase your product or service.David is a seasoned Toastmaster, proficient Instructional Designer, Train the Trainer and Facilitation expert, voiceover artist, classroom facilitator and professional Santa Claus.What you will learn:1.     What is the adult learning theory?2.     Why should presenters be familiar with the adult learning theory?3.     How has your background prepared you for this business?4.     Based on your experience, where do many presenters struggle the most?5.     Define Audience Engagement6.     How did you end up in the business of helping presenters connect with their audience?7.     Who is your ideal client?8.     What do you love about coaching and training others?How to contact David: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/daviddoerrierWebsites:presentyourwaytosuccess.com/  (Company Website)elearningvoiceover.com/  (Company Website)santahohoho.com  (Company Website)CLIRadio.com (Internet Radio Station)Twitter: @PYWTSuccessMobile: 404-291-0034Email: David@PYWTSuccess.com  Support the show

Chit Chat med Helle
KATHRINE SØRLAND - Spiseforsyrrelser, fødselsdepresjon og hårtransplantasjon

Chit Chat med Helle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 77:55


Kathrine forteller i dag om en helt sinnsykt modellkarriere, og om møte med Donald Trump under Miss Universe. I 2006 giftet Kathrine seg med sin Andreas, og ikke lenge etter kom sønnen Leon til verden. Hun forteller ærlig om en tung tid med fødselsdepresjon, og om hvordan det slet på ekteskapet. Under denne vanskelige tiden ble Kathrine også avhenge av morfin-piller. Hun forteller i dag om hvordan hun taklet avhengigheten, og tok kontroll over sitt eget liv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Rising
Wait, I gotta pay universe tax?! W/ Dr. Amrit Raj

Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 19:43


Sitting down at the Maa Yoga Ashram in Rishikesh, India with Ayurvedic doctor and philanthropist, Dr. Amrit Raj. As a teacher of Miss Universe 2021, Princess of Monaco, and armies around the globe, Dr. Amrit Raj travels the world with a mission of spreading peace and joy to help individuals live a disease-free life. We discuss transitioning from the "I" to the "we", the '3 Gates of Hell', connecting oneself to nature and the universe,'shampooing of the mind', paying 'universe tax', taking control of your energy, and more. Dr. Amrit Raj's Contact: Instagram Maa Yoga Ashram Links: Website Maa Yoga Ashram Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

KEXP Live Performances Podcast
Nilüfer Yanya [Performance & Interview Only]

KEXP Live Performances Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 26:03


London-based singer-songwriter Nilüfer Yanya quickly became an artist to watch with her 2019 debut, Miss Universe. The album was a thrilling exploration of her widely varied influences, diverse upbringing, and raw talent. This year's sophomore album, Painless, finds her settling into a more focused sound without sacrificing any of the fervent power and emotional range that made her stand out in the first place. In this KEXP session, Yanya talks to host Cheryl Waters about how the collaborative process of the new album helped her trust her instincts and how she aimed to create a more sonically cohesive record. At the end of the episode, we revisit a song from her 2019 KEXP session. Recorded 05/23/2022. midnight sun the dealer L/R stabilise In Your Head (bonus) Watch the full Live on KEXP session on YouTubeSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KEXP Live Performances Podcast

London-based singer-songwriter Nilüfer Yanya quickly became an artist to watch with her 2019 debut, Miss Universe. The album was a thrilling exploration of her widely varied influences, diverse upbringing, and raw talent. This year's sophomore album, Painless, finds her settling into a more focused sound without sacrificing any of the fervent power and emotional range that made her stand out in the first place. In this KEXP session, Yanya talks to host Cheryl Waters about how the collaborative process of the new album helped her trust her instincts and how she aimed to create a more sonically cohesive record. At the end of the episode, we revisit a song from her 2019 KEXP session. Recorded 05/23/2022. midnight sun the dealer L/R stabilise In Your Head (bonus) Watch the full Live on KEXP session on YouTubeSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
Sidni Kast: SPT & Miss ND - Finding Balance in the Pursuit of Success

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 33:10


In this episode, PT student and Miss North Dakota 2022, Sidni Kast, talks about her journey to becoming a PT and being Miss North Dakota. Today, Sidni talks about the Miss America Organization, the One Body Movement, and going through Miss America orientation. How does Sidni balance her job as Miss North Dakota while completing her studies? Hear about Sidni's devotion to self-care, the value that Miss America can provide to young girls, and get Sidni's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “Whatever your dreams are, and whatever you want to achieve, as long as you set your mind to it, then you can achieve those goals.” “No matter what age, we can accomplish whatever we want to.” “Stop trying to speed through every part of your journey.”   More about Sidni Kast Sidni Kast is a second year graduate student at the University of North Dakota pursuing her doctorate in physical therapy. While attaining this goal, she has decided to make an impact on her community as the current Miss North Dakota 2022. Her platform as Miss North Dakota, the One Body Movement, correlates perfectly with the profession of PT and grants Sidni the opportunity to speak to people all over her state, and on a national level when she competes at Miss America in December 2022 in Connecticut. The focus of the One Body Movement is to preach the importance of overall health, and not just how people look on the outside; mind, body, and soul all play a major role in our quality of life. Sidni plans to speak to people of all ages on this matter, as she sees its importance for every demographic, especially after the isolation our communities underwent during the pandemic. Although, it can be challenging to balance these two time-demanding endeavors, Sidni finds the enthusiasm she has for both outlets as her motivation to continue her pursuit of success.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Physiotherapy, Miss America, Scholarship, Success, Opportunity, Impact, Advocacy, Inclusion,   To learn more, follow Sidni at: Email:              Sidnikast@gmail.com Instagram:       @sidnikast                         @missamericand Facebook:       @missnorthdakota2022   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript Here:  00:03 Hi, everyone. Welcome to another episode of the healthy, wealthy and smart podcast. I'm your guest host today Stephanie y rock, I am joined by Karen Litzy, who is the primary host of this podcast. And today we're interviewing Sydney cast. And Sidney is the current Miss North Dakota 2022. But she's also a doctor physical therapy candidate at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. And so she's joining us today. Hi, Sydney. Welcome to the show.   00:33 Hello, thank you so much for having me.   00:36 So tell us a little bit about yourself. And tell us kind of your connection between being a physical therapy student and being Miss North Dakota and what that all entails.   00:47 My name is Sidney Cass, and I'm currently a student at the University of North Dakota, I have loved going to school there. And the best part is that it's still kind of close to home. So I'm originally from Minot, North Dakota, which is about three hours from Grand Forks. And that is where I grew up and really found my passion for what I wanted to do with my life. And that was physical therapy, I applied after, you know, I'm really glad that I waited after COVID Before I started my education, because that's really helped me get a good experience and really gotten that hands on experience. So I'm very happy with that decision. But ya know, so went to U n, d. And then I started my kind of connection with the Miss America organization before I got to u and d. And that was back in 2019. So it's very new to me personally, I didn't grow up, you know, Toddlers and Tiaras or anything like that. But I really found a passion for it, because it allowed me to get scholarship money. And it allowed me to perform once again, because I did choir and theater all throughout growing up. And once I was done with high school, I really didn't have that opportunity anymore. So that's what led me to join the organization. And it has truly been life changing ever since not only becoming Miss North Dakota, but meeting all of the different people and having new experiences has truly shaped how I go about my everyday life. And I'm so thankful that I'm able to combine my doctorate of physical therapy, and also my job as Miss North Dakota into one.   02:19 So you know, people have heard of pageants before. And there's lots of different types of Miss North Dakota as a person can be. Tell us about the Miss America organization and how it's different from some of the other pageants or organizations that we're aware of like Miss Universe, tell us a little bit about the organization and why it's unique to you.   02:38 So the best thing about any type of these organizations is you make it your own. For instance, what I do is Miss North Dakota is completely different than the previous minutes North Dakota has done and that's okay. That's the best part is it can evolve as we evolve. And what I love about the Miss America organization is it truly honors scholarship. And that is the base of everything they do. Whether it's fundraising, or it's different events, scholarship is the base of what they prioritize. So that kind of is what allows me to that is why I chose that organization over other ones, I probably wouldn't have done another organization because I had that preconceived notion of what a pageant was. And it is so much more than the stereotypes. And it's, it's hard to explain that to a lot of people because they grew up oh, well, Miss America, it's just a beauty competition. And that is the furthest thing from what it really is going to and we'll talk about this later, I just went to my Miss America organized orientation. And that was so uplifting because I wasn't the only one trying to push an issue that I saw was important and was something I saw our nation needed. Every single candidate going for the job of Miss America has something unique, that allows her to show her passions and really provide an insight to what she believes needs to be changed in our country.   04:05 Yeah, I've always said, this is kind of a disclaimer to our listeners. I was also involved in Miss America organization, and competed in Miss North Dakota back in my younger days. And one of the unique things that I thought besides of course, the scholarship money which did help pay for my PT school was that you have to have a platform and you dedicate your entire year as Miss North Dakota or if you're a local title holder, to helping people understand that platform and raising awareness. So Sydney one of the things that I think is great about your platform is it is very much related to your future job as a physical therapist. Can you tell us about your platform give us a little bit more detail and what inspired that platform.   04:54 My platform is called the one body movement and what inspired that entire thing is, being in physical therapy, there are so many things about the body that connect to one another. And Mind Body Soul is really the root of what I'm after. And what I want to preach to not only the state of North Dakota, but hopefully the entire country that we have to take care of ourselves, and invest in our bodies in entirety, in order to thrive and have a greater quality of life, which, as physical therapists we know is the number one thing we're looking to improve. So having both that connection to my current my future career, and also being able to show that on a state platform is something I'm truly excited about. And I feel when I talk about it, you can sense I'm excited about it. And not all things, when people go into these different outlets, you can see that passion, I feel like I'm able to have that passion for it.   05:53 Yeah, and I think that that's something that we talk about a lot on this podcast is that mind body connection and understanding how everything is connected. I know that as a physical therapist, I do that every single day with my patients. And it's unique that you have this statewide platform where you can, as I like to say, preach the gospel of physical therapy, to especially young kids, you know, there's one thing that we want people to do is to grow up and be physically active and to move their bodies, and to practice habits so that they can have health, healthy lives as they get older. What are your plans as Miss North Dakota to kind of spread this message across the state.   06:39 So my way of, I think the best way to spread knowledge is through stories. And I can definitely relate to when I was growing up, I thought, Uh, well, in order to be successful, I have to look a certain way I have to come from a certain background. And I want to tell people throughout the state that that's not true. Whatever your dreams are, and whatever you want to achieve, as long as you set your mind to it, and know, this is why I want to do it, then you can achieve those goals. Whether it's your overall fitness, whether it's your mental health, or whether it's, you know, the job you want to attain, anything that you want in life is, is under your control. So being able to speak through my own stories, whether it's different diet cultures that we all experience, or social media, how it really affects different generations is how I would love to connect to others, and portray what I believe we need to move past.   07:36 And what types of things do you plan to utilize from your education to kind of help spread some of those messages?   07:41 Oh, absolutely. That's, that's the best part about all of this, every day, I'm learning something new, that I can relate to what I want to share. I kind of talked about this, the last time we spoke, but an example of when I talk to a class is I'll have four guests come up. And you know, I like to have a little classroom involvement, whether it's a school presentation, or whatnot. And all four of those guests will represent the parts of a car, four different tires. And those four different parts of the car, or the tires each represent a part of our lives. And it can be different for each person. Because as we all know, we come from different walks of life. For myself, personally, one tire would be my physical health, the next tire my mental health, and then my school and social my school and work life, and then my social life. Because as we know, those are all different parts of our lives that directly affect us what and what I would demonstrate to those people is those tires like on a car, if one goes flat, the car won't move forward. So we have to give energy and input input to each different outlet, if we want that car to move forward. But like, unlike a car, you can replace the tires, you can't replace your body. And that's why I really focus on the one body movement as a whole and really, like trying to inspire others that we have to invest in every little part and not just you know, inflate one tire.   09:13 I love that story. I think that that makes that that's something that people can really everybody has seen a car. Yeah, everybody's probably experienced a flat tire. So it's, Oh, I understand. And I think, you know, one of the things that is that I think you can definitely apply to when you become a physical therapist is our patients also respond to metaphors. And speaking in metaphors helps them understand like, why am I in pain, what is going on with my body and makes everything a lot less scary to them, especially if you can give them something that they can see that they understand the story that they understand. So I love that you're doing that. You had said that you just got back from Miss America orientation. then. Yeah. So tell us about that Miss America is happening in December. Correct. So tell us about the orientation process and what the contestants were that you met there.   10:13 Yeah, orientation for Miss America is both one of the most exciting, but also the most overwhelming things I've ever, like witnessed. And the reason I say that is, I'm a very like, extrovert, and you're going in and meeting 50 other women that are also extroverts and also accent Yeah. So it's a lot. And it's a lot of, you know, high energy. People that really just want to get to know you. And that I mean, the first few days, you're just really having that small talk really like, Oh, hey, like, where are you from? It's you walk up to somewhere like Sydney, North Dakota, nice to meet you. And it's so cool, because you can you can see that everyone's excited to be there and get to know one another. And that's what I really love about the Miss America organization. It's so uplifting and empowering and everyone wants the other to succeed. It's not that you know, Catty, 80s movie, we're Oh, no, we're, you know, we're in a pageant we have to compete. It's it's so much more than that.   11:19 Are you talking about drop dead gorgeous, because it's the greatest pageant movie of all time, in my opinion. Maybe Miss Congeniality? Yeah, no,   11:28 I was gonna say those two movies, they're at their high competitors. I love watching those movies, because it's so fun to compare it to real life situations. But other stuff that happened at the orientation was the teen competition. So there's a whole Miss America, like women, part of the competition, and then there's the team portion. So I actually got to watch my team. And it's so amazing to see women, the ages between 14 and 18 to 19. Show such poise and grace. And I'm sitting there thinking I was taking speech class, when they went in there on a national stage presenting in front of stars, I mean, me of Franklin, Michael Phelps, his wife, Monica, from cheer, I don't know if you've watched that on Netflix, but just, you know, to be at that age, and to handle that situation just shows the preparation that the Miss America organization gives young women. And then after the team competition was when we really got into orientation. And let me tell you read every contract before you sign it. Because there's no, it was the funniest part, we all showed up. And we had our contracts pre signed, and you know, you know how contracts work, you might skim a few. But there are some important things in there that are about the Miss America organization that you really have to pay attention to. And I don't believe I'm at liberty to discuss that. But there's a lot that there's so many logistics, some things I would never even imagine. But the best part was getting to talk to the current Miss America, and hear how she's handling her year. And you'd be amazed at the life that they live and what they have to endure in order to be this, you know, the face of Miss America. And it's my favorite part was listening to how she coped with the stress and how she really took time for herself in order to succeed at that role, because it is time consuming, and it is overbearing, some days. But you could tell she took the steps to handle her situations. And overall, the experience was wonderful. I'm so happy to have met the women now and not at Miss America in December because I just think that would have been way too much to handle.   13:50 Well, you know, you talked about Miss America not being able to handle a lot you are going to PT school and you have u of n you have the full time job of being Miss North Dakota, which, you know, if our listeners aren't, aren't familiar with what it's like to be in the Miss America organization, when you're a state title holder, you are that is literally your job, you are going and doing public speaking engagements nearly every single day during your year. So how are you balancing all of this? We have a lot of physical therapy students that listen to this podcast, we have a lot of people who are working their normal jobs and going home and maybe doing a side hustle or parenting who are probably wondering like, wow, how are you doing it? So tell us how you're handling everything.   14:38 Yeah, the two biggest things I would say our communication with both organizations, and also self care, those those things are my like golden rule and no matter what I'm doing because the communication part, whether it's talking with my manager who books me for all the events I go to, or talking to, for instance, Cyndi Flom, who is in charge of all my PT scheduling, being able to communicate with them and tell them when I need to be where I need to be, is utmost most important thing for me and something, I really have to, you know, hone in on because I am in a generation where emails are not prioritized. And I know that I know that's a flaw of mine is answering emails, but it's something I'm working on and able to admit. And the next thing that really has helped me get through not only my first year of PT school, but this summer since becoming Miss North Dakota, alongside of PT school, is taking time for myself when I need it. And I know so many people forget to do that. And when we're constantly baring our souls into one thing, and not taking time to whether it's read a book, or watch a movie, take a walk with your friends, or, you know, just take time for yourself is my number one thing and not only taking time for yourself, but not feeling anxious, while you're taking your time. Well, I could be doing this, I could be doing that. But really taking it in and fully relaxing. And then moving on to whatever to do list you may have.   16:17 I totally agree with you. And I remember when I was a student, and I would go out and do something fun, I would think oh my god, I should be studying for that test. I should be doing this. So like, how do you do that? I mean, how do you let go of that anxiety? When in devote that full time to that self care or to the present? What advice do you have for people for that?   16:41 Number one, set your phone down? I think our phones control our lives. And that's, you know, that's an ongoing battle we all face because well, what if I want to call someone like maybe that's my free time, do that. But saying you're out with friends, just put your phone aside and relax in that moment. Because when those like dings come up your notifications, that's when you're like, Okay, I should get back to this. But being present in those moments and fully diving into them is my number one advice. I love my, my time to myself is when I go workout. And I just you know, turn the tunes up, listen to a podcast, whatever it may be. And that's I just remind myself, this is my me time. And you know, whatever comes in, I tried to set it aside, but really just relaxing in those moments and reminding yourself it's okay to take this break, because that is what is going to lead to your success and survival. And whatever it is that you're anxious about.   17:42 I appreciate that a lot. I feel like I've learned to live in the moment a lot more since I've become a parent. I was definitely not I was definitely not an in the moment kind of person. I had some areas, somebody who was in the moment to help teach me that. And then I had to become a parent to really actually do that. So you're way ahead of me know, oh, I Lycos. I couldn't even   18:05 keep a dog alive at this point. So you know, what you do is amazing. And you should recognize that whenever you can possibly.   18:14 What are you most excited about for Miss America? And maybe tell us a little bit about I mean, I know you haven't gone to Miss America yet. But you did go to orientation. What's that? What's what's a typical Miss America competition? Like, from what you know? What are you most excited about?   18:32 Well, if you asked me before last week, I'd say I'm most excited about meeting all of the candidates because that is where you truly that is the best takeaway from any Miss America experience I think you have is friendships. And I have gotten to meet those girls and have formed those connections. Now I'm most excited probably for the competition part, but specifically the talent portion. And the reason that's sort of on my mind right now is we actually get to turn in our talent request form this in the next few days. And how that works is you just submit whatever song talent, dance you plan to do. And they tell you, Okay, you can do it. Or they say, Oh, another person has that. Well, let's rock paper scissors to see who gets it sort of thing. So I'm so excited to do that. Because my talent is really where I get to express myself in a way other than words can allow. And what I do is I play piano and sing. And I did that at the state level. And I ended up getting the top talent and top vocal award which I'm so, so proud of because growing up I thought I was good at singing. But it's not until you have that stage moment that gives you the confidence and the validation that what you're doing is really what you were meant to do. So being able to do that. And then also, that will be the moment I get to talk about this platform on a national stage. And if given the opportunity to make Top 15 Because that's how it works. You have two nights in prelims. And then one night of finals, and in finals is where they cut you down to 15. And if I were to be able to that top 15 and really get to speak about my passions and speak for the physical therapy community, that would be a life changing no matter what place I ended up in, just being able to share my stories and my passions would be something I just, I can barely find words to form, but I would be so excited for that opportunity.   20:33 Oh, we would love to hear you talk about physical therapy on a national stage. Yeah, I think that I think that you'll have you'll definitely have at least 100,000 APTA members rootin, for you for one thing, and then those people who maybe are physical therapists from around the world or maybe not APTA members, hopefully they'll hear this podcast too. And rude for you as well. So you'll have the whole PT community rooting for you while you're on that stage. How do you think this experience is going to help you in your journey becoming to becoming a physical therapist,   21:11 I mean, just this right now, this networking, this opportunity to share my story and share my passions is what I've already noticed, has made a change in my future as a physical therapist, because this gives me opportunities to connect with people from all over the world. And not every second year DPT student gets to say that. So having that, you know that networking opportunity is what I'm most grateful for. But also, it's giving me that connection to people that you'll have as a physical therapist, that one on one being able to relate and tell people stories, but also to listen, I think that's one of the main things we do as PTS is listen to people, and what it is that's causing them pain, whether it be their physical or mental, and having the opportunity to really kind of get a dip my toes in the water as Miss North Dakota, will be will help me exponentially as a physical therapist. Well,   22:15 Cindy, this is Karen, I'm just for people listening. I'm just gonna hop in with one last question and comment. first comment is I am so blown away and impressed by your poise and your speaking ability. And, you know if this is something that you can take forward with your patients and to be a representative of physical therapy in the future, regardless of what happens in in the competition in December, I think you are well ahead of the game. So kudos to you on that. I'm very, very impressed. It's been a pleasure sitting in and listening to you and Stephanie chat. And my I had one sort of follow up question before we ended the the interview. And that is what do you feel? The Miss America? Or sorry? Yeah, Miss America. Okay, I thought I got that wrong for a second. No, no, no. I'm like, what do you what do you feel the Miss America Pageant can bring two young girls. So not someone who's you know, a second year DPT student, not the not even the teens. But you know, we're really looking for the for the young girls who are watching these pageants and looking up to you all. And just think maybe they're thinking, Oh, look at how pretty, but it goes a lot deeper than that. So what do you want those young girls to know?   23:51 So I love that you asked that. Because just recently at the Miss America, teen competition, they have this thing called Empower Academy. And it's for young women, young girls that have been watching the Miss America competition for years. It is for them to have the same experiences. So this weekend, I watch girls from the ages of five to 10 speak on a stage in front of judges in front of the entire Miss America class, speak as if they had been doing this for years. And I can't even imagine having that experience at such a young age. Because it really breaks down these barriers that young people can accomplish things. And just watching them I was amazed. And maybe it was the same kind of for you to me, but me to them, in this case that no matter what age we can accomplish whatever we want to and I got to see that firsthand this last weekend. So the Miss America organization is already accomplishing that kind of task of making young young women believe that they can do what The role models they're looking up to have been doing. Yeah, that's very   25:03 sweet. Go ahead stuff.   25:05 I appreciate that. Because I think that the first time I ever spoke in front of anybody was when I was like, I don't know, maybe 10 years old, maybe a little younger than that. And it was like through some type of pageant type experience. And I've been public speaking now for oh, my gosh, over 20 years. And I feel like what you just said about gaining confidence speaking in front of a national audience having to answer questions that have substance in them is and being able to express your own opinions to a lot of people that may disagree with you. I mean, that all that all starts at at at a stage like that. And so, you know, I do think that there is something to say about having a platform where young people, not just women, but young people in general can go on a stage in front of an audience and start speaking, because what's the number one fear of people? It's public speaking? Oh, yes, there are so many times that I go to a conference and somebody comes up to me, and they're like, Oh, my God, I'm gonna go speak and I'm so like, nervous, and I don't know what to say. And, you know, I get nervous when I go on stage, but it's more excitement, nervous. It's not like, Oh, my God, I'm afraid I'm gonna mess up, or I'm afraid of what these people are gonna think of me I have, I have that confidence. And I think a lot of that, in addition to some other things that I've done in my life, but a lot of that started on a stage in a situation similar to those young people. So I appreciate you saying that. Yeah. Yeah. It's,   26:39 it's been truly wonderful. And I've, I've loved being a part of it.   26:45 That's amazing. So I have one last question. Before we wrap things up, and it's a question I asked everyone, and knowing where you are now, in your life, and in your career, your Yeah, career? What advice would you give to your younger self?   27:06 There's a lot of things, I would give advice to my younger self. And it's crazy to say that at 24, because I still consider myself quite young. But I would say, to stop trying to speed through every road, every part of your journey, whether it's okay, I'm excited to graduate high school, and then I can go to college. Oh, I'm in college, I can't wait to get into graduate school. Oh, I'm in graduate school, I can't wait to get married, get a house, instead of rushing through those moments to really take time and understand why you're there. Because once you're done with that part of your life, it's gotten, you know, like, and I Yeah, I'd say it started when I was a swimmer in high school. I was like, Oh, I can't wait to be done with swimming. This has been my entire life. But now I look back. I'm like, I miss those days. I, I look at my undergrad, I constantly was stressing about getting into PT school, which a lot of us go through that. It's competitive. That's normal, but not always stressing about what's next. And being in the moment. That would be my number one piece of advice to my younger self and something I'm really taking into this year. Because the job Miss North Dakota is 365 days. I have to enjoy each and every day and not worry well, next month I have a conference or tomorrow I need to get this video done. It's taken in each moment. Like right now I'm sitting in this podcast, talking with you and experience in it to my full ability. And that is what I'm very happy. I've been able to notice that and learn from it.   28:47 That's very wise. Very wise advice. Well, thank you so much, Sydney for joining us. We had an awesome talk. Where can people find you if they want to look you up on social media or want to contact you?   29:01 So my personal Instagram is my name SSID and I KST and then my Miss North Dakota Instagram is Miss America en de in on Facebook. You can find me at Sydney cast Miss North Dakota, email Sydney cast@gmail.com All all spelt the same and super easy. And yes, my name is spelt Correct. I don't know what was going through my mom's mind. But we love her for it makes me different.   29:32 That's funny. That's great. Well, Sidney thank you so much, Stephanie. Thank you so much. We'll have links to all of your contact info and any other info you want to share at the podcast in the show notes for this episode at podcast at healthy wealthy smart.com. Stephanie, any closing remarks?   29:51 No, just good luck at Miss America, Sydney and we are all rooting for you.   29:57 We are we are and everyone Thanks so much for tuning in, be sure to watch the pageant or I should say scholarship program like the end of Miss Congeniality scholarship competition scholarship in December and let's all root for Sydney. So everyone, thanks so much. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.

Alabama's Morning News with JT
Can Miss Universe be a mom?

Alabama's Morning News with JT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:02


MISS UNIVERSE TO ALLOW MARRIED WOMEN, MOTHERS TO COMPETE FOR FIRST TIMEBeginning in 2023, marital and parental status will no longer affect pageant contestants' eligibility. Mothers have also been historically excluded, and winners have traditionally been expected not to become pregnant while reigning as Miss Universe. Miss Universe 2020 winner Andrea Meza of Mexico applauded the rule change.Meza called the rules until now "sexist" and "unrealistic" in their attempt to curate a winner most appealing to the widest audience. The age bracket for the pageant, those between 18 and 28, will remain the same. Contestants from about 80 countries compete each year for the title of Miss Universe, which is run by an organization of the same name. The first pageant was held in 1952 in Long Beach, California, and won by Armi Kuusela of Finland. Kuusela relinquished her crown to get married shortly before her reign was completed. Expert on tolerance and inclusion. He is the founder of a company that celebrates diversity. He also happens to be conservative FRANCISCO GONZALEZ

Finding OK
Start By Believing

Finding OK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 86:37


Hollis Brown's platform as Miss Wisconsin USA is focused on survivor advocacy, and she's a part of End Violence Against Women International's “Start By Believing” campaign. Today Hollis speaks about her assault in college, how trauma changed her life, where she has found strength, and the work she's doing in the world. Originally from Savannah, Georgia and now residing in Milwaukee, Hollis Brown is a 26-year-old sports marketer, podcast host, mentor, public speaker, model, youth educator, nonprofit founder, and Miss Wisconsin USA 2022.  For the past year she has worked with the Milwaukee Bucks where she began as a Sales Associate and was promoted to Coordinator of Partner Strategy and Management November 2021.  As a podcast host, she is able to empower young women pursuing careers and as a nonprofit founder, she provides resources to help support sexual assault victims through their journey to healing.  Hollis is a high school graduate of Savannah Arts Academy and college graduate of Virginia Tech.  For over 18 years, she trained nationally in ballet, contemporary, and tap dance.  For fun, Hollis enjoys hot yoga, solving escape rooms, and kickboxing.  Hollis will compete for the coveted title of Miss USA during the national broadcast later this year and if she wins, will advance to the internationally televised 2022 Miss Universe competition.Hollis Brown Websitehttps://www.holliscbrown.com/Hollis's Storyhttps://evawintl.org/survivor-voices/hollis-brown-2/EVAWI - End Violence Against Women Internationalhttps://evawintl.org/Vote for Hollis! - Miss USA Viewer's choice (Cost about $2)https://missusa.com/miss-contestants/More Info:The Red Zone is the period of time between mid August and Thanksgiving break. Over 50% of college sexual assaults occur during this time period. https://www.shatteringthesilence.org/red-zoneArticles explaining Fight/Flight/Freeze/Fawn (or Appease). This came up in the episode and I wanted to provide an explanation because we didn't talk more about it. Your response is natural, it's valid. and it's not your fault. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/addiction-and-recovery/202008/understanding-fight-flight-freeze-and-the-fawn-responsehttps://www.simplypsychology.org/fight-flight-freeze-fawn.htmlFinding OKhttps://www.finding-ok.com/Donatehttps://www.finding-ok.com/support/Join the Patreon to support the podcast and gain exclusive access to bonus material, a look behind the scenes, and occasional video episodes! Tier 3 members gain access to Hollis's video episode.https://www.patreon.com/HecateFindingOK Letters for the Fire - Information and submission instructionshttps://www.finding-ok.com/blog/letters-for-the-fire-season-4/Support the show

Dobré ráno | Denný podcast denníka SME
Miss propaguje vapovanie vitamínov, mala by to byť hanba (12. 9. 2022)

Dobré ráno | Denný podcast denníka SME

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:32


Už ste počuli o vapovaní vitamínov? Vyzerá to ako elektronická cigareta, cieľovka sú mladé ženy a výrobcovia tvrdia, že nie sú škodlivé. Najnovšie vapovanie vitamínov propaguje Miss Universe, ľudia môžu voliť MIss Vitavape a finalistky sú na fotkách s inhalátormi v rukách. Prečo je vapovanie nebezpečné? Sú elektronické cigarety zdravšie ako fajčenie, ako tvrdia výrobcovia? Zuzana Kovačič Hanzelová sa v podcaste Dobré ráno pýtala Denisy Koleničovej. Odporúčanie na záver: Na Tyršáku sme mali aj posledné letné živé nahrávanie Rozhovorov ZKH, pozvanie prijala Iveta Radičová, s ktorou sme sa rozprávali o politike, súčasnej kríze aj budúcnosti pre Slovensko. – Ak máte pre nás spätnú väzbu, odkaz alebo nápad, napíšte nám na dobrerano@sme.sk – Všetky podcasty denníka SME nájdete na sme.sk/podcasty – Podporte vznik podcastu Dobré ráno a kúpte si digitálne predplatné SME.sk na sme.sk/podcast – Odoberajte aj denný newsletter SME.sk s najdôležitejšími správami na sme.sk/brifing – Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Dobré ráno.

Was I Drunk?
Was I Drunk Episode 23: Barefaced Beauties & Sustainable Goodies

Was I Drunk?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 46:54


The drink is a "classic" Martini. The apéritif topics include returning to the moon with Artemis I, a no make up Miss Universe contestant and technology modifying our species. Then we launch into Trump Indictment Watch and a Florida man bites and chokes a relative over a toaster oven. After after a message from our sponsor (26:50) "Hello Rancid International" we discuss sustainable gardening and can it really support a person. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Whiskey Sour Slice of Lemon Peel 1 ounce dry vermouth 3 ounces London dry gen Add lemon peel to glass Add ice Pour the dry vermouth and gin into the glass Stir, do not shake   ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Please like and subscribe! Check us out on social media @wasidrunksp to leave us a comment and to let us know topics you'd like to see us discuss or how we can make the show better. Or visit our Tumblr page if you're interested in reading a companion piece for this week's episode.   https://wasidrunksp.wixsite.com/home All commentary provided in this episode is solely the opinions of the participants and is meant for entertainment purposes only. If Jenkins says something ridiculous, most likely he's playing devils advocate.     

New York Style Guide
Karina Ramos Lifestyle Photos

New York Style Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


Karina Ramos Lifestyle Photos Karina Ramos Leiton is a Costa Rican TV Host, model, and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Costa Rica 2014 and represented her country at Miss Universe 2014. She's also the CEO, and owner of the modeling agency Imagination Agency S.A., created by her for preparing future beauty pageant candidates. ...

Not Another Monday
I Can't Feel My Voice When I'm With You | Live on Twitch

Not Another Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 71:05


Rosie is back  from being down with the sickness to tell us what she went through. Her and Mark also talk about the 50 states, The Weeknd losing his voice, forcing your vegan ways, and empowering women.Reach us at namshowcast@gmail.com or follow us on:Instagram @notanothermonTwitter @Mondayanother

The Busy Latter-day Saint
Susan Easton Black - The Person

The Busy Latter-day Saint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 41:46 Very Popular


I had a delightful time with Susan Easton Black, and it is a privilege to share with you Susan, the person. Come and learn about Miss Universe and a unique skill Susan developed in her early years, being a circus act, and how fashion played a special role in her life. How she found a better way to earn money than working at a bakery for .90 cents an hour and, of course, her unique courtship with scholar and author George Durant, and there is so much more. You will find yourself laughing and, more importantly, being spiritually uplifted as Susan tells of her most interesting life. Please subscribe to this podcast and share your comments. When you subscribe and share comments, it increases the show's ratings and makes it easier for people to find. Do not know how to leave a rating or comment? The links below will quickly show you how here. You can also share your comments, request to be a guest, or recommend someone you feel who would make a great guest by contacting me at Comments, and please register at my website to receive updates and news on this podcast. The music for this show is used by permission by Marvin Goldstein. Click here for more information about Marvin and his music. Apple How to Leave a Rating or Review for a Podcast From Your iPhone or iPad Android How To Leave a Podcast Review on iTunes, Stitcher, etc. The expressions and opinions shared on this podcast are those of the individuals speaking and do not reflect or necessarily coincide with those of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Single at Thirty: The Manual for the Modern Woman
How to Find Your Light With Former Miss Universe Australia Olivia Molly Rogers

Single at Thirty: The Manual for the Modern Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 112:01


This week, your host Nicole Colantoni is joined by former Miss Universe Australia and author of ‘Find Your Light' Olivia Molly Rogers. Since being awarded the title of Miss Universe Australia in 2017, Olivia has been using her platform to raise awareness around body positivity and mental health as well as facilitate a much-needed discussion around depression, anxiety, and disordered eating. Together in this episode they get deep about Olivia's relationship with food, the pressures of modelling life, as well how to accept and embrace yourself exactly as you are. Ever doubted that self-love or feeling confident from the inside out was possible for you? NOT ANYMORE! Olivia shares the many tips and tools she's used over the years to overcome grief, have a healthy relationship with food as well as her body, and navigate her love life while balancing it with a thriving career. This episode is raw and relatable, but more importantly it's proof that each one of us has the power within ourselves to find our light and be comfortable in our own skin. GUEST LINKS: IG: oliviamollyrogers W: oliviamollyrogers.com.comB: https://www.booktopia.com.au/find-your-light-olivia-molly-rogers/book/9781760686642.html SUNDAY DATING SCARIES: Tune in to hear from a very special guest this weekend on Sunday Dating Scaries. Each week you can write in your dating dilemmas and either Nicole or another dating expert will respond to any dilemma you have or advice you need. FIND ME: IG: @Single_at_Thirty W: singleatthirty.com JOIN: Join the Single at Thirty private Facebook group and workshop any love, life, or relationship dilemmas you are experiencing with like-minded Modern Women. This week psychologist, Rachael Torcasio, will be responding to any relationship dilemma you have. All you need to do is sign up and ask away! https://www.facebook.com/groups/231424128600095 SIGN UP: For the first time ever Single at Thirty will be hosting an online workshop “Attracting Healthy Love Starts With You" which will be held by dating expert and host of the Single at Thirty podcast Nicole Colantoni as well as Psychologist Rachael Torcasio. Sign up to the Single at Thirty private Facebook group for the first dibs to the event.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/231424128600095 BOOK IN: Want to level up your love life? Book in a 1:1 with Nicole here: https://www.nicolecolantoni.com/contactSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Get To Know You with Tiffeny Farag
Ep 99. How do you maintain kindness through hardship? with Yaritza Reyes

Get To Know You with Tiffeny Farag

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 51:36


On this episode of GET TO KNOW YOU, we discuss  another thought-provoking topic; ‘How do you maintain kindness through hardship?'. This week, I'll be sitting down with Yaritza Reyes (IG @yaritzareyes_r). She was born into a big, humble family in the poor suburbs of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She completed her education in tough circumstances, learned a number of foreign languages and took her career from medical school to Miss Universe. She is an actress, TV host and model most known for her title as Miss Dominican Republic Universe (2013) and Miss World Dominican Republic (2016). She reached top ten status in Miss Universe and became the first runner up in Miss World, representing her native country in the two most important pageants in the world. She has toured several cities representing the Caribbean islands and has done charitable work as well as served as a pageant judge. She is also the co-founder of the Maya foundation. This foundation supports teenage orphan girls from underdeveloped regions of Nigeria for the long term until they are financially independent. Tune in as we discuss the habits and upbringing instilled to shift into a life of opportunity; Why not everyone is kind? How to highlight the absence of kindness in someone you care about ? And, why do those who have experienced past adversity have compassion and choose to help others, than those who have not? Stay tuned to the end of the episode to find out how you can join the conversation on the Get To Know You Café. Master the Art of Connection- https://howtogettoknowyou.thinkific.com/ Credits Music- Sara Oliveira Support the show

Beauty Call Podcast
Interview Tips from Coach Janice

Beauty Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 25:23


Learn the ins and outs of Interview Skills, to include the subtle differences of in person, panel and virtual interview. To learn more and to work with me, go to my website. Support the show

The Resilient Mind
Master Your Mind, Master Your Life - Steve Harvey

The Resilient Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 20:55


Broderick Stephen Harvey, Sr. is an American television host, actor, writer, producer, and comedian. He hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud, the Miss Universe competition, Family Feud Africa, and the arbitration-based court comedy Judge Steve Harvey.

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
Trump Organization CFO Pleads Guilty | Harnaaz Sandhu

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 24:58 Very Popular


The Trump Organization's CFO pleads guilty to tax fraud, Dulcé Sloan and Kerri Colby tackle the GOP's anti-drag queen obsession, and Miss Universe 2021 Harnaaz Sandhu sits down with Trevor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Resilient Mind
Let go of your old self, so you can step into your greatness - Steve Harvey

The Resilient Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 52:30


Broderick Stephen Harvey, Sr. is an American television host, actor, writer, producer, and comedian. He hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud, the Miss Universe competition, Family Feud Africa, and the arbitration-based court comedy Judge Steve Harvey.

CANTO TALK RADIO SHOW
Judge order partial unsealing of affidavit and more stories

CANTO TALK RADIO SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 15:00


AT post about Alabama and sororities.....Judge order partial unsealing of affidavit......Cheney out of touch with Wyoming voters.....CNN cancels Brian Shelter and "Reliable sources".....US left $ 7 billion in equipment in Afghanistan....Miss Universe will allow married women to compete........and other stories... Check  our blog.........and follow our friend  Carlos Guedes.........  

Whatever: The Podcast Show with Tory Mell
Whatever Episode 19: Everyone Dies in Threes and Power Ranger Racism

Whatever: The Podcast Show with Tory Mell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 42:59


Ohhhhh boy! When my wife Miss Universe 1997 Brook Lee joins, this episode goes allll over the place!!!! Prepare for a wild trip inside my brain. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tory-ireland-mell/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tory-ireland-mell/support

Puestos pa'l Problema
PPP Extra: Chiquichismes

Puestos pa'l Problema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 56:24


Presentado por nuestros patroncitos y patroncitas PYME: —- COMO TODOS SABEMOS PUERTO RICO ESTÁ ATRAVESANDO POR UNA CRISIS FINANCIERA SIN PRECEDENTES Y EXISTE UNA LEY DE PROTECCIÓN LLAMADA LA LEY FEDERAL DE QUIEBRAS. LA OFICINA DEL LICENCIADO EDGARDO MANGUAL GONZÁLEZ ESTÁ ABIERTA Y ESTÁ ORIENTANDO POR TELEFONO DE FORMA GRATIS Y CONFIDENCIAL SOBRE LA PROTECCIÓN DE LA LEY DE QUIEBRAS LLAMANDO AL 787-753-0055. LA LEY DE QUIEBRAS ES LA ÚNICA LEY QUE OBLIGA A LOS ACREEDORES A DETENER LAS LLAMADAS DE COBRADORES, DETENER EMBARGOS Y REPOSESIONES DE AUTOS, REORGANIZAR DEUDAS Y SALVAR PROPIEDADES. LLAME AL LICENCIADO EDGARDO MANGUAL AL 753-0055 O VISITE LA PÁGINA DE INTERNET QUIEBRAS.NET. LA LEY DE QUIEBRAS ES TU DERECHO DE REORGANIZAR Y SALVAR PROPIEDADES EN ESTA CRISIS ECONÓMICA. LICENCIADO EDGARDO MANGUAL 753-0055, 753-0055, 753-0055 — Este PPP es traído por Súper Farmacia Isla Verde ubicada en la Marginal Villa Mar.  La farmacia que usted ve desde la Baldorioty de Castro con la Cruz verde y no es de Cannabis.  Allí la Dr. Brenda Cruz y su atento personal le brindarán el cuidado farmacéutico que ustedes necesitan, sus consultas farmacéuticas serán atendidas por ella, y se encargará que usted se adhiera a su terapia de medicamentos. Cuentan con servicio de Vacunación (todas incluyendo COVID), están autorizados por el CDC y Dpto de Salud para despachar los medicamentos antivirales contra el COVID, además de la pruebas. Contamos con un mini market, un amplio inventario de medicamentos OTC, y hacemos delivery GRATIS! — TaxLeg LLC servicios de asesoría en Recursos Humanos y Asesoría Legal y contributiva  y trámite de Exención Contributiva bajo la nueva Ley de Incentivos Contributivos. Lcda Ivelisse Quinones Tel- 787-313-2323 y 787-943-8095  email - quinonesocasiolaw@gmail.com – ¿Tienes un familiar que está pasando por problemas de memoria? En Memory Care Center contamos con un cuaderno especializado en actividades que fomentan la memoria. Es un libro de actividades creadas por terapistas de Memory Care Center en Arecibo; centro de terapias personalizadas para la memoria. El cuaderno lo puedes conseguir en tiendacognitiva.com y si en el "chekout" colocas PPP tienes 20% de descuento en tu compra. Recuerda que Memory Care Center es un centro de terapias para mantener y mejorar tu memoria. Puede llamarnos al 787-689-4245 --¡Maldita sea el chisme! En este episodio: el chisme del BSN, el chisme de Miss Universe, el chisme de la Universidad Interamericana, el chiquichisme entre Playerito y Columna Corta y algo de política de EE.UU. ¡Los y las suscriptoras de nuestro Patreon escucharon este podcast anoche! Suscríbete en patreon.com/puestospalproblema y disfruta de una gran comunidad y beneficios exclusivos. Con Jonathan Lebrón (@SrLebron) y Luis S. Herrero (@lherrero). Sigue a PPP en Twitter, Facebook e Instagram. ¿Te gusta el podcast? ¡Déjanos 5 estrellas! Nuestro logo y camisetas fueron diseñadas por Gabriel René. Síguelo en @gabrielrodz | https://gabrielrene.com Nuestra música fue compuesta por CPR EFFE. Descarga su disco "Treinta y Ocho". ¡Riega la voz! Dile a tus amigos que se pongan al día escuchando PPP.Suscríbete a nuestro Patreon y recibe contenido exclusivo, artículos: https://patreon.com/puestospalproblemaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TALKESHI
Cultura Patética, Miss Universe & More - TALKESHI #59

TALKESHI

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 21:06


#crackturaprofética --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkeshi/support

The Brain Candy Podcast
EP639: Horse Girl, Pageantry, & Goldfish Soup

The Brain Candy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 61:48


Hear one souvenir Sarah brought home from camp that she did not want. We learn new insight into Sarah's childhood that Susie cannot believe, and it remains mind-boggling that we're still learning new info about Sarah after all these years. The Miss Universe pageant has changed its rules to be more inclusive, and we discuss the new rules. Plus, Susie confesses to her history paritcipating in pageants and the reason she didn't win. Plus, we debate whether pageants are exploitative or empowering. Sarah tells us about a new art exhibit that is absolutely disgusting, and we have a theory about the artist's motivations for shocking the public. Sarah is about to throw the most hilarious party in the history of the world, and now we'll all just be praying we get an invite. Join our book club, shop our merch, sign-up for our free newsletter, & more by visiting The Brain Candy Podcast website: Connect with us on social media: BCP Instagram: Susie's Instagram: Sarah's Instagram: BCP Twitter: Susie's Twitter: Sarah's Twitter: Sponsors:  Get 20% off your first order at Get an extended 30 day free trial at Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code: BRAINCANDY at Get $30 off the first box - PLUS free Croissants in every box - when you go to to start your subscription! More podcasts at WAVE:

Motivation Daily by Motiversity
Steve Harvey Leaves the Audience SPEECHLESS | One of the Best Motivational Speeches Ever

Motivation Daily by Motiversity

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 8:59 Very Popular


Steve Harvey, host of Family Feud and The Steve Harvey Morning show, stand-up comedian, and author, delivers one of the best motivational speeches you will ever hear. Steve HarveySteve Harvey is an American television and radio presenter, actor, author, businessman, and former stand–up comedian. He hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud and the Miss Universe competition, and upcoming limited-run arbitration-based court comedy, Judge Steve Harvey.Music:Epidemic Sound Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

En Diario
Viernes, 12 de agosto de 2022

En Diario

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 17:16


Las noticias para hoy: estrenan nuevos currículo de enseñanza en el Departamento de Educación a días del comienzo de clases. Además, discutimos todo lo que pasó anoche en el certamen de Miss Universe. Por otro lado, el gran luchador boricua Jaime Espinal anuncia su retiro. Y surgen nuevos detalles en el caso de Kelvin Pagán la Luz, cuyas oficinas y hogar fueron allanados por autoridades federales. Obtén tres meses gratis de suscripción a El Nuevo Día. Visita: elnuevodia.pr/endiario.

KGO 810 Podcast
Nikki Medoro - Weekend streaming, and does it matter when a woman's beauty "peaks"?

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 31:09


ABC Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson joins the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro to talk about the highly-anticipated new Prime Video series based on "A League of Their Own". And, the Miss Universe pageant will allow mothers and wives to compete starting next year, and a discussion follows about why women often obsess about their looks instead of just growing old gracefully.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast
Nikki Medoro - Weekend streaming, and does it matter when a woman's beauty "peaks"?

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 31:09


ABC Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson joins the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro to talk about the highly-anticipated new Prime Video series based on "A League of Their Own". And, the Miss Universe pageant will allow mothers and wives to compete starting next year, and a discussion follows about why women often obsess about their looks instead of just growing old gracefully.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Frosty, Heidi and Frank Podcast
Heidi and Frank - 08/11/22

Frosty, Heidi and Frank Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


Topics discussed on today's show: Who's Going To Hell?, The Trendmill, Birthdays, History Quiz, Facebook Convos, Glioblastoma, Stocks, Starlink, DNA Matches, Domino's BK, Only Fans Murder, O-BI Wan, How do you like me now!, Movie Reviews, Movie Password, Spelunking Dog, Drano Husband, Funeral Brawls, Heidi's Tossing Salad, What's your billboard say?, Miss Universe, Tricks To Be Attractive, and Apologies.

FORTY
INNER CIRCLE: Just the two of us + Miss Universe + whispering wars

FORTY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 41:00


Welcome to Lise & Sarah's 'INNER CIRCLE', where they riff and rib each other about the week that was, what's going on in their own lives, and everything in between.CREDITS: Hosts: Lise Carlaw and Sarah Wills Producer: Jason Strozkiy - www.strozkiymedia.com  CONTACT:  Email: hello@thosetwogirls.com.au Instagram: @liseandsarah Facebook: Those Two Girls   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.

Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman unpacks the psychology and cause for the increase of aggression and bad behavior in children (2:18). Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman on changing the tide and overcoming the denial when it comes to video games, screen time, and children's bad behavior and tantrums (22:11). Wives and mothers can compete for Miss Universe (42:59). St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross on the role of women and the potency for motherhood that all women have (45:00).   Resources mentioned :  Book: Assassination Generation  https://www.littlebrown.com/titles/lieutenant-colonel-dave-grossman/assassination-generation/9780316265935/    Screen Strong – take your kids back from the digital world  https://screenstrong.com/    Video Game Detox: Take the Challenge Now  https://www.takethechallengenow.net/    Read Aloud Handbook  https://www.amazon.com/Read-Aloud-Handbook-Seventh-Jim-Trelease/dp/014312160X 

Enrique Santos On Demand
¿Has terminado una relación por su tipo de trabajo?

Enrique Santos On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 51:19


Una chica no quiere seguir saliendo con su novio porque él trabaja en un fast food restaurante. Además hablamos de las nuevas reglas del Miss Universe.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hola, My Name Is
¿Has terminado una relación por su tipo de trabajo?

Hola, My Name Is

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 51:19


Una chica no quiere seguir saliendo con su novio porque él trabaja en un fast food restaurante. Además hablamos de las nuevas reglas del Miss Universe.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Earned: Strategies and Success Stories From the Best in Beauty + Fashion

In Ep. 56 of Earned, we sit down with Jeff Lee, co-founder and CEO of DIBS (“Desert Island Beauty Status”), the beauty brand created in partnership with star influencer Courtney Shields. We start by unpacking Jeff's many noteworthy accomplishments, including earning his MBA at Stanford and his law degree at Yale, coaching several successful Miss Universe pageant contestants, visiting every Equinox gym across the world, and serving as COO for former MLB shortstop Alex Rodriguez's A-Rod Corp investment firm—all before launching DIBS Beauty. Jeff reveals how he manages and prioritizes his time to allow him to invest in his varied pursuits, before explaining why he decided to transition from attorney to brand operator. We dive into his time at A-Rod Corp, and hear how he got the job (despite not knowing who A-Rod was), as well as the team-building learnings he took away with him. Jeff then shares why he thinks following your passion is the “worst career advice,” and why you should instead pursue your “superpower.” Next, we discuss how DIBS Beauty came to be, and the key factors contributing to the brand's rapid growth, before closing the show by learning Jeff's guiding principles that help him navigate challenging times.

Breakroom Nachos
78 - Stop pushing your Steve Harvey Agenda on us

Breakroom Nachos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 69:01


Broderick Stephen Harvey, Sr.[2][3] (born January 17, 1957) is an American television host, producer, actor, and comedian. He hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud, the Miss Universe competition, Family Feud Africa, and the arbitration-based court comedy Judge Steve Harvey. Harvey began his career as a comedian. He performed stand-up comedy in the early 1980s and hosted Showtime at the Apollo and The Steve Harvey Show on The WB. He was later featured in The Original Kings of Comedy after starring in the Kings of Comedy Tour. His last standup show was in 2012. Harvey is the host of both Family Feud and Celebrity Family Feud, holding this role since 2010. He also hosted Little Big Shots, Little Big Shots Forever Young, and Steve Harvey's Funderdome. As an author, he has written four books, including his bestseller Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, which was published in March 2009. In 2017, Harvey founded Steve Harvey Global, an entertainment company that houses his production company East 112 and various other ventures. He launched an African version of Family Feud and also invested in the HDNet takeover along with Anthem Sports and Entertainment. He and his wife Marjorie are the founders of The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on youth education. He is a seven-time Daytime Emmy Award winner, two-time Marconi Award winner, and a 14-time NAACP Image Award winner in various categories. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakroomNachos Intro music by Dan Mason: https://danmason.bandcamp.com/

Beauty Call Podcast
Communication is KEY and Anna Scoby of Project Be You helps you "Be You"

Beauty Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 35:58


Anna Scoby is a Communication Coach specializing in taking intimidating factors out of public speaking. She is the creator of Project Be You, an educational non-profit dedicated to youth. The project was created with one goal to instill confidence in  students through teaching them soft skills necessary for future success. Anna has been working with children for over seven years now and she has developed several unique programs to teach soft skills, including communication skills, to kids of all ages. Project Be You was created as a project based focusing on positive association. Years of working with youth provide insights into their development and needs.How to follow Anna: InstagramLinkedInFacebookSupport the show

The Mix New Music Club
Charlie Puth

The Mix New Music Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 10:25


Super producer Charlie Puth really can do it all...except convince us to adopt a new radio jingle from a now defunct jazz station. But hey, a guy can dream! Charlie sat down with Mix Afternoon hosts McCabe and Jenny to talk about producing music out of his bedroom, his dream of having 100 features on one song, and being at the same Miss Universe pageant as Jenny V where Steve Harvey announced the wrong winner! Charlie's new album will be out in October so there's plenty of time to catch up on his music before then. Listen to Jenny and McCabe talk about all this and more with Charlie Puth on the Mix New Music Club!Follow Jenny V : Jenny V's InstaFollow McCabe: McCabe's InstaFollow Dash: Dash's InstaListen to the Mix: Listen Live

Breakfast With Tiffany Show
T-Time Tuesdays "Homeless Community In Japan"

Breakfast With Tiffany Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 31:37


Welcome to our fourth, T-Time Tuesdays with Tiffany, alongside team member, Minami. In celebration of the 2nd Anniversary of the show, we have changed this chit chat segment from “Tea Break Time” to T-time Tuesdays as we find it more catchy! Firstly, we again want to congratulate Tiffany, her team and you our listeners for reaching the 2nd Year of the “Breakfast with Tiffany Show” podcast! From this occasion, we shared the recent special episode with Natalie Glebova and Tiffany was pleasantly surprised at the many ways she related to Natalie's interest in spirituality and was grateful for the wisdom she brought to the episode.  We also discussed Tiffany's recent volunteering with the homeless community, from the volunteering spirit in Japan to introducing a book by Kouta Ishii, who has a chapter in his book that explains the deep relationship with homelessness and disabilities. For those interested in looking to spend their time helping with the homeless in Tokyo, Grama Seva Japan is one of the organizations that dedicate their time to this wonderful cause, and the event that Tiffany attended was held by this group of amazing activists. We also hope you will look out for our next episode that will cover sexwork and intersectionality with an exciting project the team is working on. Most importantly, as we enter summer in Japan with the rise in COVID and heatwaves, we hope everyone stays safe, hydrated and healthy. Lastly, we would love to hear from you as to what you think about the T-Time Tuesday series. What did you think of this conversation? Are there any questions you have for us? What would you like for us to cover in the future?  Thank you again for your support and time. Mentioned in the podcast: Episode 106: Bringing Out Your Inner Goddess With Miss Universe 2005 Natalie Glebova ~ https://breakfastwithtiffany.buzzsprout.com/1187534/11014286-bringing-out-your-inner-goddess-with-miss-universe-2005-natalie-glebova-2nd-year-anniversary-special-of-breakfast-with-tiffany-show Homeless Volunteering: Grama Seva Japan Book:  格差と分断の社会地図 – 日本実業出版社 (njg.co.jp) | Translated as: Disparity and divisions in societies map by Kouta Ishii Share with us your thoughts on the episode and don't forget to SHARE, LIKE, COMMENT, RATE & SUBSCRIBE to our podcast.Spotify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/52ySZU9QRQOkkCfM2pJaiz?si=96fc6105f4e44a93Apple Podcast ~ https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/breakfast-with-tiffany-show/id1524300778For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our e-mail ~ breakfastwithtiffanyshow@outlook.comBreakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcast Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Facebook Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/breakfastwithtiffanyshow For coaching sessions and programs with Tiffany, check out her official page  ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com  Support the show

End Eating Disorders
Miss Universe Australia Olivia Molly Rogers: anxiety, depression and eating disorders

End Eating Disorders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 55:54


In this episode Millie chats with Olivia Molly Rogers. Olivia worked as a model and budding artist for several years whilst she studied to become a speech pathologist. In 2017 she took out the title of Miss Universe Australia. During her time as Miss Universe Australia, Olivia opened up about her own experience with anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Olivia recently released her first book 'Find Your Light' and continues to use her platform to facilitate discussions about mental health issues with the hope that it will help to reduce stigma and encourage other young Australians to speak up and seek support.They discuss her own eating disorder battle, how modelling and winning Miss Universe Australia affected her body image, the dangers of social media filters, how she finally found her confidence, courage, and self-belief and why she is so passionate about using her lived experience to raise awareness about eating disorders and mental health in general.This podcast is listener supported and funded by endEDWant to know how to support endED?Become and endED FRIEND for $10 a week or other options** All memberships will be direct debited monthly. All donations over $2AUD are tax deductible Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Classic Radio Theater with Wyatt Cox
Classic Radio for July 28, 2022 Hour 2 - There she is, Miss Jupiter!

Classic Radio Theater with Wyatt Cox

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 42:28


The Stan Freberg Show, originally broadcast July 28, 1957, Miss Jupiter. Miss Jupiter shows up from her home planet to talk about how the Miss Universe pageant wouldn't let her compete! Also Claudia, originally broadcast July 28, 1948, Plans to bring Bertha and Fritz back to the Farm.isit my web page - http://www.classicradio.streamWe receive no revenue from YouTube. If you enjoy our shows, listen via the links on our web page or if you're so inclined, Buy me a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wyattcoxelAHeard on almost 100 radio stations from coast to coast. Classic Radio Theater features great radio programs that warmed the hearts of millions for the better part of the 20th century. Host Wyatt Cox brings the best of radio classics back to life with both the passion of a long time (as in more than half a century) fan and the heart of a forty year news man. But more than just “playing the hits”, Wyatt supplements the first hour of each day's show with historical information on the day and date in history including audio that takes you back to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. FDR, Eisenhower, JFK, Reagan, Carter, Nixon, LBJ. It's a true slice of life from not just radio's past, but America's past.Wyatt produces 21 hours a week of freshly minted Classic Radio Theater presentations each week, and each day's broadcast is timely and entertaining!

Headline Rewind with Michelle Fisher
Carole Gist; First African-American to be Crowned Miss USA (Part 1)

Headline Rewind with Michelle Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 35:54


In 1990, Carole Gist made history as the first African-American woman to be crowned Miss USA. Later that year, Gist also went on to become 1st runner-up to Miss Universe. In this week's episode of Headline Rewind, Gist looks back on the unforgettable experience which she calls the “longest job interview process she has ever been on.” From the challenges before the Miss USA pageant that almost came between her and the crown, to subtle racism she faced after winning, Gist recalls how she leaned into her faith and turned her focus toward helping and uplifting others. Part 1 pf 2.

Beauty Call Podcast
Pageant Tips from Coach Janice

Beauty Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 24:46


Over the summer, I will be sharing some great pageant tips, interviews and insights. Join me each week for some great Pageant Coaching content!If you want to be on my show and receive FREE coaching, DM me @janicemcqueenward on Facebook and Instagram. I will also have VIRTUAL Mock Interviews this summer and fall, so contact me for details at janicemcqueenward@gmail.comLove you all!www.janicemcqueen.comSupport the show

Breakfast With Tiffany Show
Bringing Out Your Inner Goddess With Miss Universe 2005 Natalie Glebova ~ 2nd YEAR Anniversary Special of Breakfast With Tiffany Show

Breakfast With Tiffany Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 65:07


Welcome to our special episode on the Breakfast with Tiffany show, in celebration of achieving a major milestone on our 2nd year anniversary on the podcast! And for this occasion, we had the pleasure of inviting the gorgeous Natalie Glebova, who offers her amazing energy healing techniques and a compelling spiritual winning mindset!As always, we ask our guests about their morning rituals and Natalie shares her ‘empower/winning hour' which incorporates positive movements through yoga, breathing exercises and meditation to generate positive thoughts and  energy chakras. Then the discussion leads to her fond childhood memories in Russia, and her top five favorite countries she adores in the order of, Bali Indonesia, Bhutan, Italy, New York City, and Costa Rica.  With Japan on the bucket list!  When asked about her partner, Natalie explains how the manifestation of the ideal man through values and compatibility alongside the continuous upgrading of her ideal self on her list lead her to self-love. She highly recommends "The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment Book by Eckhart Tolle”  which was gifted to her by the Canadian actor Jim Carrey and “Healing Mantras: Using Sound Affirmations for Personal Power, Creativity, and Healing by Thomas Ashley-Farrand”  to anyone seeking for something beyond the body and mind. Lastly, Natalie shares the seven winning qualities in all parts of life; gratitude, fearlessness, resilience, curiosity, confidence, generosity and awareness. Her coaching expertise with beauty pageant contestants, and her sustainable living lifestyle of composting, waste separation, beach cleanings, conserving energies and considering to install solar panels in their future home. Her favorite happy tunes are 70's disco, funky, indie house and more! Natalie reminds us to keep spreading and shining that beautiful light in each of us!NATALIE GLEBOVA is an author of two best-selling books, and a winning energy coach. Becoming the first immigrant, from Russia, ever to win Miss Canada contest and ultimately winning the Miss Universe title in 2005. Through her own extensive spiritual journey to attain self-love and deeper self-awareness, Natalie started a coaching aspects practice that focuses on energetic aspects of personal development to help her students become winners in life and love. You can follow Natalie's work and achievements on her website → natalieglebova.com Mentioned on the podcast; Episode 2: How To Live Your Authentic Self? https://breakfastwithtiffany.buzzsprout.com/1187534/4724792-how-to-live-your-authentic-selfEpisode 4: My Addiction Recovery https://breakfastwithtiffany.buzzsprout.com/1187534/4927388-my-addiction-recoveryShare with us your thoughts on the episode and don't forget to SHARE, LIKE, COMMENT, RATE & SUBSCRIBE to our podcast. Spotify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/52ySZU9QRQOkkCfM2pJaiz?si=96fc6105f4e44a93Apple Podcast ~ https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/breakfast-with-tiffany-show/id1524300778For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our e-mail ~ breakfastwithtiffanyshow@outlook.com Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcastSupport the show

Deep Fat Fried
Steve Harvey: The Ultimate TV Host & Sumo Wrestling: Surprisingly Cool Sport

Deep Fat Fried

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 163:56


Today we're covering Steve Harvey: a loveable and recognizable comedian behind tons of family-friendly shows like the gameshow Family Feud, Little Big Shots, Miss Universe, and Judge Steve Harvey. We're also covering the sport of sumo wrestling from Japan - an exercise with deep roots in the Shinto religion and featuring rare obese athletes.

WHOA That's Good Podcast
When Insecurity & Jealousy Strain Your Relationships | Sadie Robertson Huff & Demi Tebow

WHOA That's Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 46:09 Very Popular


Demi Tebow is so full of light, love, and encouragement. The former Miss Universe joins Sadie to share the heart behind her mission to end the unimaginable child exploitation in the Philippines. Demi and Sadie also drop tons of advice on how to overcome peer pressure (even as an adult!), how to have an everlasting impact, and how to genuinely encourage sisters and friends without giving into comparison and jealousy. Friends, you are not a copy. God created you to be the best version of you. To help Demi bring healing and hope to 80 exploited children, visit: https://www.timtebowfoundation.org https://liberty.edu/Sadie — Plan your visit to Liberty University today, and get your application fee WAIVED! https://dwelldifferently.com/  — Use the code SADIE to get $5 off your first month! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Girl Defined Show
Why Miss Universe "Inclusive Language" is so Damaging to Women

The Girl Defined Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 37:43


Ep. 083 - Miss Universe is the world's largest beauty pageant organization. You would think that they (above all other organizations) would be fighting for women and trying to protect them. Nope. Not the case. They actually released a post that suggests how to have more inclusive language when speaking about a woman and her period. The post literally encourages people to remove the words "woman" and "female" from their vocabulary. Is this healthy? Is this biblical? Let's jump in and unpack this from a biblical worldview. Personal Retreat Journal Girl Defined: God's Radical Design for Beauty, Femininity and Identity Sex, Purity and the Longings of a Girl's Heart: Discover the Beauty and Freedom of God-Defined Sexuality Not Part of the Plan: Trusting God with the Twists and Turns of Your Story Love Defined: Embracing God's Vision for Lasting Love and Satisfying Relationships Shine Bright Devotional 8-Week Girl Defined Mentorship Course Biblical Counseling Link Support the show