Here's a full-length episode from Real Vision's original series, My Life in 4 Trades - be sure to subscribe. Jason Buck's story is wildly fascinating. When he was 19, he turned $2,000 into $100,000 simply by investing in tech stocks. A few years later, he was worth roughly $5 million. But he lost it all during the Global Financial Crisis, and he had to move in with his sister. It's a wildly fascinating story, full of lessons about surviving, battling through adversity, and succeeding. Above all, as Jason shares with Maggie Lake, is to be always willing to learn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There aren't many acts who can say they're on the road for 60 year, but The Rolling Stones have done just that. Their first gig was in the Marquee Club in London on 12th July 1962. Starting tomorrow night on BBC 2, a new four-part series features the reflections of the four band members as they look back on their careers on stage and in the headlines. Sam Anthony is the series producer of “My Life as a Rolling Stone” and he joined us on the show this afternoon. The first episode of “My Life as a Rolling Stone” – on Mick Jagger – is on BBC Two, 9.30pm tomorrow night, with a double bill of Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood on Saturday 9th July, and Charlie Watts' film on 23rd July.
The City Action News field team takes the C.A.N. Van to a crab and corn farm here in the Season Two premiere. Support the show on Patreon. Buy some merch at the Contention General Store. Follow along on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Find other listeners on Discord and Reddit. Soundtrack by Justin Sala. Wolf played "My Life is Great and It's All My Fault" by Altar Girl.
There are a few times I have been taught the value of testing your backups. That is why even disaster recovery needs to be validated. The first story I share is probably a worst-case scenario. However, it can happen, so we need to be aware of failure points. We must validate our backups regularly to ensure the process we are counting on is there when we need it. Testing Your Backups Before They Are Needed There are many ways to test backups and our disaster recovery plan. We can do the extreme version, cut power to the required systems, and attempt to replace them via the procedure. However, that may not be needed. We may be able to do partial testing and ensure we can restore or copy the required files. Even simple things like an automated update process can cause issues with our plan. Therefore, we need to test regularly and ensure we keep the component parts updated and ready for use. Outliers and False Comfort It is easy to fall into a false sense of comfort about your strategy. That is where the second story comes in. Do not assume that your process working last month means it is still working this month. Likewise, ensure outliers such as systems, applications, or files that are rarely (if ever) used are included in the backups. I know of several situations where all was well until it was determined that some long-ago created file was lost or corrupted. Then they found out that the file or system was not covered in the DR plan. Even a simple act of rebooting a system has caused loss, and when that system was not backed up properly, it was a painful loss. If you like this season, you will probably like Scott Adams' book, "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life."
The Radio Times Podcast, hosted by Jane Garvey with TV expert Rhianna Dhillon, is the place for your trusted TV recommendations each week.This episode: Rhianna reviews My Life as a Rolling Stone, Big Zuu's Big Eats, The Baby and Loot.You can find the programmes mentioned as follows:My Life as a Rolling Stone BBC2 on Saturday 2nd July at 9.30pm (four-part series also released as a boxset on iPlayer)Big Zuu's Big EatsDave on Monday 4th July at 10pmThe BabySky Atlantic, on Thursday 7th July with a double bill at 9pm and 9.40pmLootAvailable now on Apple TV+ We'd love to hear from you. You can send us an email anytime to email@example.com or find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @RadiotimesThe Radio Times Podcast is produced by Somethin' Else for Immediate Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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There is an old joke about sweeping consequences in IT related to wildcard commands like "rm -rf *." However, there are ways to avoid getting bit by them. For example, we can do test runs and subset queries before doing the real thing. While it is undoubtedly faster to rip off one of those commands, it is also dangerous. This episode looks into some tricks of the trade I learned after countless times of being tripped up by this concept. Sometimes Easy Creates Sweeping Consequences A database is the best tool for examples of doing something quick and dirty that ends up costly. We can see this even with resource usage before more significant effects like data loss or corruption. The old SQL command of "SELECT * FROM ..." is one of the first many people learn and the biggest culprit. We do not see any problem with a table with a few rows. However, once we move to millions of rows, we can quickly turn this quick call into a time-consuming one that ties up a lot of resources. Even worse, we can add a join or two without constraints and bring a system to its knees. It is easier to grab all the columns for a quick browse, but that can also drain more resources than desired. Check Your Expectations The database example is nice and clean because we can always add limiting constraints or do counts of result size. These tools allow us to validate our query meets our expectations without fully running the query. For example, we can do a select before a delete is run and ensure that the records we will delete are the ones we desire to remove. Likewise, we can select before we update. We can also do smaller selects to determine the result set size before joining those queries. These are just a few examples; we can apply this to our other coding efforts and most life situations. If you like this season, you will probably like Scott Adams' book, "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life."
One of the early decisions one can make when retiring is where to live. You are no longer bound by your job to live in one particular place. For the first time in your life you can really choose where to live.
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Tanya Applied: Episode 65 A journey into the deepest teachings of the Torah and their application to our personal, emotional and psychological lives The Tanya Applied radio show is broadcast every Saturday night, 10–10:30PM on WSNR 620 AM – Metro NY area WJPR 1640 AM — Highland Park and Edison, NJ Online: www.talklinenetwork.com By phone: Listen Line: 641-741-0389 Many of us may be familiar with some of the central ideas in Tanya – including the battle of the two souls; what defines man and makes us tick; how we can control our temptations; how we can become more loving; what we can do to curb and harness our vices, like anger, jealousy, and depression; the formula for growth; how we can develop a healthy relationship with G-d; and why we are here. In this 30-minute program, you will learn how these ideas can be applied to your life today. You will discover secrets to a successful life that will transform you and your relationships. Rabbi Simon Jacobson is the best-selling author of Toward a Meaningful Life, and he is the creator of the acclaimed and popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, which has empowered and transformed hundreds of thousands through Torah and Chassidus. Now, Rabbi Jacobson brings his vast scholarship and years of experience to Tanya. Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for this exhilarating journey into your psyche and soul. You will come away with life-changing practical guidance and direction, addressing all the issues and challenges you face in life. For more info: www.chassidusapplied.com/tanya Music by Zalman Goldstein • www.ChabadMusic.com
Here's a full-length episode from Real Vision's original series, My Life in 4 Trades - be sure to subscribe. Dan Morehead, the CEO of Pantera Capital, talks with Maggie Lake about how new investors should approach crypto during a bear market, why he believes Bitcoin will make a comeback, and what lessons he's learned throughout his career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When was the last time you thought about that topic...Your Purpose? These are important topics and discussion you should be having with yourself... ...What's My Life's Purpose ...What should I really be doing with my Purpose in Life & Business I've found in my life that it's super Important to Organize Your Life Around a Purpose ...without purpose life is out of control ...with purpose you can steer the right direction There are so many benefits of purpose ...life purpose brings peace of mind ...gives you inspiration to make your individual goals cohesive ...creates structure for your goals and daily activities Does everyone have a purpose inside them?...Yes Can you have more than one purpose?...Absolutely Can your purpose change over time?...Yes I believe it is important to learn and develop your purpose, so you do not just blindly adopted others purpose (people or companies) So, what is your purpose and how to do identify it? Well, purpose can feel like a calling inside you. ...might be difficult to pin point, but you recognize it when you see it. ...most likely you do have a feeling or direction already. The Key is learning to organize your life (align it) around your purpose That's when you see some changes start to happen with your fulfillment and results Don't chase the PERFECT Life Purpose...there isn't one. Some part of you already know the direction of your purpose. But, if your purpose still feels hidden in your subconscious... ...its time to start being proactive and take action around your feelings ...otherwise your conscious mind will just stay busy and distracted. A Life's Purpose is simple: 1- a short phrase or sentence at the most 2- life's purpose is not an action plan. it is the "reason" behind plan Examples to become a world-class violinist to help people in need to bring joy and happiness artist might have a purpose to challenge the way people think business leaders might be to create a profitable business to impact the world Each of these purposes' can be accomplished through creating and aligning a strategy, goal setting and consistent action in your everyday life. The details of your plan are ultimately driven by the "reason." Couple things to keep in mind.. -purpose is a merely a guide for living your life -you can align your life around it -it doesn't have to be your full time obsession -your purpose can change as you live life and change yourself and your circumstances Ultimately, everyone's purpose is extremely unique because none of us has the same talents, skills, needs, concerns and ambitions and interests. The best way to integrate your Life's Purpose into your Destiny Planning is to Create a Personal Mission Statement. ...it can be just a couple sentences you create around your purpose. ...it will help drive your thoughts, actions, and life overall. Personal Mission Statement Exercise ...I'll post a pdf you can download in the show notes. Questions to set you up... ...what is the purpose of your life? ...why are you here? ...what do you want to experience in life? ...how do you want to feel on a daily basis? Personal Mission Statement Worksheet to help you guide your thoughts, create your plan, and see your Mission from several angles and perspectives... Answer each of these questions with some careful thought. My Life's Purpose is?.... (become the best version of myself) My Empowering Self-Definition is?... (whatever my mind can conceive and believe it can achieve with focus and discipline) I Want My Life to be an Answer to What Question?... (how can i share my talents with the world and create change and impact in the world) My Mission in Life is?... (to inspire and motivate others to create and live their ultimate destiny) The Sort of Influence on Others I'd Like to be is?... (I want to inspire, influence and support the people I love and those around me) I hope these thoughts on Life's Purpose, Destiny and a Personal Mission Statement will help give you some direction, confidence and assistance in creating a better blueprint for your life. Ultimately, as I said before, My goal is to help inspire you to CREATE and LIVE your ultimate destiny. Thanks for listening today. I'll see you again tomorrow. George Wright III Please share this episode... Check out some great new content and gifts at www.dailymastermind.com
Listen this morning as Dawn and Steve share a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about greatness in the kingdom of God. For who is greater, he who sits at the table, or he who serves? Is it not he who sits at the table? Yet I am among you as the One who serves." Luke 22:27 In addition, Dawn and Steve discuss an article titled "Can I Mess Up God's Plan for My Life?" by Chad Ashby. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We continue the series about errors and recovering with an excellent example of acceptable loss and when to walk away. We see these appear in negotiations regularly. They are shown in movies, television shows, and in real life. We walk away regularly without even realizing it. So yes, when you decide not to purchase an item or enter a store because of products or pricing, you are walking away from the negotiation. Determine Acceptable Loss Up Front The key to being able to walk away from any negotiation is to determine your breaking point beforehand. This preparation allows us to detach emotion from the negotiation and have a way to hold ourselves accountable. It can prompt the internal conversation of "I thought we would not accept that..." That one can be a lifeline when emotions start to kick in. Likewise, we can create a list of wants/needs to help us avoid giving in to speed up the process or prevent conflict. Those are all "tricks" used by good negotiators. Good After Bad We all have a built-in desire to avoid loss. That is why the idea of having invested too much to stop investing in a person or project is a common pitfall. We have this false equivalence of thinking we can invest more in a loss and turn it into a win. Likewise, we often make the mistake of thinking we have spent so much we have to continue. Our point of no return needs to be set before starting a project. That is why this story works so well. I could have quickly decided that my time was worth X dollars. THen, when faced with a change in value, I would have had a hard line to measure against. These bad habits involve emotion and can be avoided if we think them through beforehand. If you like this season, you will probably like Scott Adams' book, "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life."
"It's My Life" and you're gonna hear us “Roar"! This week we are joined by Kate as we discuss the new smash hit musical & Juliet. This musical has everything: outrageous French accents, Non-Binary representation, and all the 90's-2010's pop songs one could ask for! WARNING: jukebox musical heavy episode is ahead, because “That's The Way It Is” and “I Want It That Way”. But will this musical “Blow”, or is it a “Larger Than Life” hit!?!? Kate's Website: bykateleslie.com Kate's Plays: newplayexchange.org/users/21242/kate-leslie Socials! tiktok.com/@iftheshoefitspod instagram.com/_iftheshoefitspod/ ——————————————— Attribution: “…Baby One More Time” - & Juliet Indie Folk Acoustic by Coma-Media from Pixabay Ambient Piano & Strings by ZakharValaha from Pixabay
101 Dimensions curated by Anthony Rowsick, June 2022:1. Gary Numan – Resurrection; Big Noise Transmission; Dead Sun Rising; When The Sky Bleeds, He Will Come; and For The Rest of My Life (22:31) (from the album Dead Son Rising, 2011)2. Klaus Schulze – Mindphaser (25:37) (from the album Moondawn, 1976)3. Nik Turner – We Came In Peace; and Interstellar Clouds (20:21) (from the album Space Fusion Odyssey, 2015)4. Vangelis – Chariots of Fire (20:41) (from the album Chariots of Fire, 1982)5. Mike Oldfield – Crises (20:39) (from the album Crises, 1983)
Michael talks with bestselling author James Patterson on his new autobiography, "James Patterson by James Patterson: The Stories of My Life." Original air date 21 June 2022. The book was published on 6 June 2022.
S7E29: In this episode meet writer and President of Beggars Group U.S. Nabil Ayers, CEO of The House at 1229 Kathleen Buhle, and former city dweller turned nonprofit farm owner Jake Keiser. Press play to hear what the authors are most proud to share in their audiobooks about their extraordinary lives. Enjoy! My Life in the Sunshine by Nabil Ayers: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/651853/my-life-in-the-sunshine/ If We Break by Kathleen Buhle: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/703131/if-we-break/ Daffodil Hill by Jake Keiser: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/604755/daffodil-hill/
Valentina Musmeci"Premio Ostana"https://www.premioostana.it/Sabato 25 giugno 2022 - ore 16.15Cause e conseguenze del declino della biodiversità e dell'estinzione delle lingue minoritarie:il caso dell'altopiano tibetano.Conversazione conBhuchung D. Sonam Lingua tibetana (Nepal)A cura di Valentina Musmecicon la partecipazione di Nicolas Tournadre, linguista.A seguire: Songs of the water spirits presentato dall'autore Nicolò BongiornoBhuchung D Sonam è un poeta, saggista, editore e traduttore.La sua opera di valorizzazione della lingua tibetana è tra le più importanti del panorama mondiale, la sua forza nel cercare di rendere udibile la voce censurata degli scrittori del suo paese d'origine è un gesto coraggioso di cura per la comunità di tibetani esiliati e per quelli rimasti in terra tibetana. La poesia può essere un'arma o uno scudo, nel caso di Bhuchung Sonam, la sua poesia è stimolo e fonte di riflessione per noi occidentali e per tutti i Tibetani nel mondoBhuchung D. Sonam è nato in Tibet. In esilio, ha studiato alla Tibetan Children's Village School, in una piccola città nel nord dell'India, concludendo gli studi di Economia presso la Indian University.Ha lavorato presso il Dipartimento di Informazione e Relazioni Internazionali del Governo Tibetano in Esilio con sede a Dharamsala.I suoi libri includono Yak Horns: Notes on Contemporary Tibetan Writing, Music, Film and Politics, Songs of the Arrow e Songs from Dewachan. Ha curato Muses in Exile: An Anthology of Tibetan Poetry.Le sue traduzioni includono Mindful Education: Theory and Practice, Handbook for Tibetan Journalists e Twenty Years of My Life in China's Death Camp.Ha compilato e curato un libro intitolato Auto-immolazione tibetana: notizie, opinioni e risposta globale, una documentazione definitiva sull'auto-immolazione tibetana dal 1998.Ha anche compilato e tradotto Burning the Sun's Braids: New Poetry from Tibet.Bhuchung D. Sonam è membro fondatore di TibetWrites e del suo marchio Blackneck Books, circolo tibetano di scrittori che promuove e pubblica il lavoro creativo dei tibetani.I suoi scritti sono pubblicati tra gli altri sul Journal of Indian Literature, HIMAL Southasia, Hindustan Times, Tibetan Review, Truthdig e Seminar Journal.Premio OstanaDal 24 al 26 giugno 2022, Ostanascritture in lingua madre – ecrituras en lenga maireè un appuntamento con le lingue madri del mondo che ogni anno riunisce a Ostana, paese occitano di 85 abitanti in Valle Po ai piedi del Monviso, autori di lingua madre da tutto il mondo, per un festival della biodiversità linguistica.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
This episode looks at a marketing campaign and my lack of paying based on key performance indicators or KPIs. This was a slightly costly mistake and, thus, one that sticks in my memory. The mistakes that cause us some level of pain are also the easiest to remember. However, that is not the only lesson to learn from this past mistake. KPI - Key Performance Indicators Any form of sales or marketing campaign can be a black box when we do not set KPI values. There must be a way to measure success (or failure), and our metrics are the key performance indicators. For example, most advertising campaigns focus on clicks or leads for a measure of potential additional sales. Likewise, there is a KPI referred to as impressions that is to measure how many people see the ad. Pay On Delivery The most significant challenge in any transaction is matching delivery and payment. You can see this on e-bay and Etsy sales, among other similar sites. We want to ensure that we get what we pay for or are paid for our product/service. However, we can take a "trust them" stance and pay upfront or provide a service before payment. Those options allow us to get burned, and I was in this case. Trust is something to be earned. Therefore, we should avoid cash upfront situations unless we have reason to trust the other party. If you like this season, you will probably like Scott Adams' book, "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life."
Bruce spent his early year in Rutland, Vt. After high school he studied physics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Mass (B.S. in physics) and then at The American University, Washington, DC (M.S. and Ph. D. in physics). In 1972 commenced his long career at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, presently headquartered at Dahlgren, Virginia. He has worked on optical data processing, generation of underwater sound with lasers and various aspects of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) and Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) using high power lasers. Bruce Maccabee has been active in UFO research since late 1960s when he joined the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and was active in research and investigation for NICAP until its demise in 1980. He became a member of MUFON in 1975 and was subequently appointed to the position of state Director for Maryland, a position he still holds. In 1979 he was instrumental in establishing the Fund for UFO Research and was the chairman for the about 13 years. He presently serves on the National Board of the Fund. His UFO research and investigations (which are completely unrelated to his Navy work) have included the Kenneth Arnold sighting (Jun 24, 1947), the McMinnville, Oregon (Trent) photos of 1950, the Gemini 11 astronaut photos of September, 1966, the New Zealand sightings of December, 1978, the Japan Airlines (JAL1628) sighting of November 1986, the numerous sightings of Ed Walters and others in Gulf Breeze, Florida, 1987 - 1988, the "red bubba" sightings,1990-1992 (including his own sighting in September, 1991), the Mexico City video of August, 1997, the Phoenix lights sightings of March 13, 1997 at 10 PM, the Mexican Air Force case of March, 2004, the Iran Jet Case of Sept. 1976 and many others. He has also done historical research and was the first to obtain the "flying disc file" of the FBI (the REAL X-Files!). Dr. Maccabee is the author or coauthor of about three dozen technical articles and more than a hundred UFO articles over the last 25 years, including many which appeared in the MUFON Journal and MUFON Symposium proceedings. He wrote the last chapter of "The Gulf Breeze Sightings" by Edward and Frances Walters (Morrow, 1990). He wrote the UFO history chapter of the book "UFOs: Zeugen und Zeichen," published in Germany in 1995. He is co-author with Edward Walters of "UFOs Are Real, Here's The Proof," (Avon Books, 1997), he is the author of "The UFO/FBI Connection" (Llewellyn Books, May, 2000) and he is the author of novel, "Abduction in My Life," (November, 2000). He is listed in Who's Who in Technology Today and American Men and Women of Science an he has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows and documentaries.For Your Listening Pleasure all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network with our compliments, visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com
In this episode, I speak with Nabil Ayers, the US head of Beggars Group (Matador, 4AD, Rough Trade). We talk all about his new book, whether music is nature or nurture, running massive indie labels, and how running a record label can be like facilitating an artist's life dream. Grab a copy of Nabil's new book, "My Life in the Sunshine" here: http://otherrecordlabels.com/books
Submit your question now at https://www.chassidusapplied.com/ask-rabbi-jacobson, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. WEBSITE: https://www.chassidusapplied.com/ EMAIL US: email@example.com SPONSOR A MYLIFE: CHASSIDUS APPLIED EPISODE, OR EXPLORE OTHER GIVING OPPORTUNITIES: https://www.meaningfullife.com/sponsorships THIS WEEK'S TOPICS: • Chassidus Applied to Shelach o Why did Moshe send scouts? 02:20 o What mistake did the scouts make and what can we learn from it? 03:30 o Why were scouts sent if G-d promised us he would give us the land? 07:58 o Are we supposed to rely on G-d or on our own resources? 11:00 o Who were the maapilim? Why were they punished for taking the initiative and trying to enter Israel? 15:39 • What are the Rebbe's directives for the summer? 19:49 • How important is it to be with friends when going on shlichus to another Yeshiva? 26:47 • How do we address and deal with transgender issues? 30:27 o Are there only two genders according to the Torah? 31:49 o Why do we get offended when a person identifies as gender neutral – after all, isn't G-d not defined by a particular gender? 35:10 o Does the Torah recognize and permit gender change surgery? 35:14 o Should we be taking a stance or fighting the latest trends embracing transgenderism? 35:36 o What are your thoughts on the What is a Woman documentary by Matt Walsh? 35:26 • Follow-up: Is it appropriate for schools to have their students solicit for a fundraising campaign? 55:45 • Chassidus question: What is the reshimo? How can we apply it to life? 59:07 MyLife: Chassidus Applied is a weekly video webcast candidly answering questions from the public about all life matters and challenges, covering the entire spectrum of the human experience. The objective of the program is to provide people with inspired guidance and direction, empowering them to deal with any issue they may face. MyLife demonstrates how Chassidus provides us with a comprehensive blueprint of the human psyche as a microcosm of the cosmos, and offers us all the guidance we need to live the healthiest possible life and build nurturing homes and families, bringing up the healthiest possible children, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. #MyLife #Chassidus #Uvalde
On this week's show, we're going to feature a book that came from this show. The book's title is called "My Life along the Streetcar: A Collection of Interviews," and it's seven stories from our first year on the air that shaped the show. It shaped the vision and shaped our community. Today is June 19th, Happy Juneteenth, my name is Tom Heath and you're listening to "Life Along the Streetcar". Each and every Sunday our focus is on Social, Cultural and Economic impacts in Tucson's Urban Core and we shed light on hidden gems everyone should know about. From A Mountain to UArizona and all stops in between. You get the inside track- right here on 99.1 FM, streaming on DowntownRadio.org- we're also available on your iPhone or Android using our very own Downtown Radio app. Reach us by email firstname.lastname@example.org -- interact with us on Facebook @Life Along the Streetcar and follow us on Twitter @StreetcarLife--- And check out our past episodes on www.lifeAlongTheStreetcar.org, Spotify, iTunes or asking your smart speaker to "Play Life Along The Streetcar Podcast." Our intro music is by Ryanhood and we exit with music from Betty Carter, "I Could Write A Book."
Tanya Applied: Episode 64 A journey into the deepest teachings of the Torah and their application to our personal, emotional and psychological lives The Tanya Applied radio show is broadcast every Saturday night, 10–10:30PM on WSNR 620 AM – Metro NY area WJPR 1640 AM — Highland Park and Edison, NJ Online: www.talklinenetwork.com By phone: Listen Line: 641-741-0389 Many of us may be familiar with some of the central ideas in Tanya – including the battle of the two souls; what defines man and makes us tick; how we can control our temptations; how we can become more loving; what we can do to curb and harness our vices, like anger, jealousy, and depression; the formula for growth; how we can develop a healthy relationship with G-d; and why we are here. In this 30-minute program, you will learn how these ideas can be applied to your life today. You will discover secrets to a successful life that will transform you and your relationships. Rabbi Simon Jacobson is the best-selling author of Toward a Meaningful Life, and he is the creator of the acclaimed and popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, which has empowered and transformed hundreds of thousands through Torah and Chassidus. Now, Rabbi Jacobson brings his vast scholarship and years of experience to Tanya. Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for this exhilarating journey into your psyche and soul. You will come away with life-changing practical guidance and direction, addressing all the issues and challenges you face in life. For more info: www.chassidusapplied.com/tanya Music by Zalman Goldstein • www.ChabadMusic.com
On February 23, 2022, Oksana Vishnevskaya bought a new apartment in Kharkiv. All day, she and her husband were choosing furniture and appliances for the new flat, and the next day the war began. Her apartment and her parents' house were bombed, Oksana spent two weeks in the basement. Friends helped her to move to Melbourne, where she already got a job to be able to help her family back home. - 23 февраля 2022 года Оксана Вишневская купила новую квартиру в Харькове. Весь день они с мужем выбирали мебель и технику для новостройки, а на следующий день началась война. Ее квартиру и дом ее родителей разбомбили. 2 недели Оксана спасалась от бомб в подвалах. Знакомые помогли ей переехать в Мельбурн, где она сразу устроилась на работу.
The 100th Birthday of Jack Kerouac calls us to invite Steve Edington, author of the forthcoming book THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JACK: Tracking Kerouac in My Life, and Jerry Cimino, creator and owner of the BEAT MUSEUM in San Francisco for a conversation!We are previewing a couple of events coming up one at the Library on August 28 (reserve you spot here) and another in Lowell, Massachusetts October 6 - 10.Jerry Cimino and his wife Estelle are celbrating this centennial by getting out on the road this year with their "Beatmobile" after a 15 year hiatus. GO HERE TO FIND OUT!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Please email us with any comments, suggestions, etc.Support the show
For a year or so, I was part of a 5 member men's group. On our last meeting, one of the members commented that Jesus committed suicide. That was the second time I had heard that comment. So, I decided to address this in this episode. Season three is all about how I began to live out my faith as a Catholic Christian, learning the various devotions and embracing teachings that were foreign to my Protestant and Evangelical past. This podcast is being hosted by Anchor.fm. It is a free podcast hosting site which helps to make this podcast possible. You can find it at https://anchor.fm/christian1792 or you can find me on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Breaker, PocketCasts, Overcast, RadioPublic, Podcast Addict, and Castbox. The artwork for My Life and Welcome To It is by Dave Edwards. The music for season 3 is “After All Has Changed” by Humans Win (formerly Lance Conrad). My Life and Welcome To It is advertisement free and will remain so, but if you feel inclined to support it, you can buy me a cup of coffee here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mlawti. If you wish, you can also subscribe monthly or yearly. One percent of all revenue will go to combat climate change. Please join me on FaceBook by searching My Life and Welcome To It or going here: https://www.facebook.com/mlawti101. For now, it is a Public Group. I really enjoy bringing you along on this journey called “Life”. You can send me your thoughts at email@example.com, or you can leave a voice message here: https://anchor.fm/christian1792/message. If you leave a voice message, I may include it on a future episode. For now, each episode of Season 3: Seeking God's Face, will appear on a random schedule. So, until we meet again, be safe, be happy, be well, and God bless. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christian1792/message
On the last podcast I set out Spinoza's thoughts concerning happiness as a possible rule to follow. Recall that Spinoza advised us to realize that happiness lies in the movement from a state of lesser perfection to yet that of a greater one.
Here's a full-length episode from Real Vision's original series, My Life in 4 Trades - be sure to subscribe. Michael Gayed is an experienced portfolio manager at Toroso Investments and the author of five award-winning research papers on market anomalies and investing. He joins Maggie Lake to explain how his toughest moments made him a stronger trader and why humility is an essential element of long-term success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
George Armstrong Custer is not a source I ordinarily would cite as to geographical terminology, but let me draw attention to a hopeful distinction he makes early in his memoir, My Life on the Plains. He remarks how schoolchildren were being taught to refer to the midsection of the country as “the Great American Desert.”
Daniel James https://danieljameswriter.com @danjameswriter Substack https://theliteratureofpsychosis.substack.com/ Buy The Unauthorised Biography of Ezra Maas special edition now from Valley Press. After you've read the book, find out more about Ezra Maas by visiting the following online resources. Just watch out you don't fall down a digital rabbit hole: Ezra Maas Wikipedia page. http://ezramaas-wiki.org Maas Foundation website. https://www.ezramaas.com Gateway books Fighting Fantasy series novels - Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers / Better Than Life - Grant Naylor (Red Dwarf) Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte Orlando - Virginia Woolf Dracula - Bram Stoker His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman Dubliners - James Joyce Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable - Samuel Beckett Recent reads /Looking forward to Montano's Malady - Enrique Vila-Matas Case Study - Graeme Macrae Burnet The Hour of The Star - Clarice Lispector Life on Other Planets - Matt Cook Libra - Don DeLillo Aftermath - Preti Taneja The Third Hotel - Laura Van Den Berg Top 10 The Big Sleep - Raymond Chandler / The Galton Case by Ross MacDonald Collected Stories - Philip K Dick The Road - Cormac McCarthy The Eye of The Beholder - Marc Behm Falling Angel - William Hjortsberg Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable - Samuel Beckett Lanark - Alasdair Gray The New York Trilogy - Paul Auster Collected Stories - Borges The Crying of Lot 49 - Thomas Pynchon Also mentioned during the interview The work of Mark Fisher particularly Ghosts of My LIfe and The Weird and the Eerie The fiction of Marc Nash Detecting Texts: The Metaphysical Detective Story from Poe to Postmodernism
Nabil Ayers released a memoir this month called “My Life in the Sunshine.” Ayers is the son of jazz great Roy Ayers who's known for the song, “Everybody Loves The Sunshine.” Nabil Ayers went on to co-found Seattle's Sonic Boom records. He played in a few bands including The Long Winters. He was the General Manager of the storied record label 4AD, and this year became the president of an amazing group of record labels called Beggars Group. KEXP's Larry Mizell Jr. sat down with Nabil Ayers recently to talk about his memoir in which he explores issues of race and about being the son of a famous musician, a man he had only met a handful of times in his life. Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, our trip down memory lane stops at my first professional interview and when I learned to ask questions. It is thought by many that those that know never ask. However, that is far from the truth. There are always details to be learned. Likewise, good questions can impress others in an interview or other assessment situation. Smart people still ask questions; they ask insightful ones. You Provide Insight When You Ask Questions This story is about an interview, and that is the number one situation in our lives where we want to provide a lot of information in a short period. A good interview goes deep quickly and gives the audience a chance to understand us to some degree, not simply meet us. Therefore, everything we say or do not say will be used to evaluate some facet of our personality, skills, and drive. While that can be stressful, it should also help us realize that we need to be focused and intentional. Research is helpful before we go into an interview and can alleviate some of our worries. On the other hand, we cannot use what we learn to short circuit the interview process. Instead, we need to use that to go deeper. Learn What To Ask All of this may seem confusing and even counterintuitive. Thus, it helps to simplify the recommendation. The goal of an interview is to get both parties to understand each other better in a short time. Research about the others and related organizations can help you get past surface "get to know you" items. Do not use that to shorten the interview. Instead, use that time to ask more probing or leading questions. A simple example is if you know the interviewer will be your manager, you can skip talking about that arrangement and instead ask about their management style. What you know can save time on introductions. Then you get to talk about meatier topics and discussions that will help both sides of the table. If you like this season, you will probably like Scott Adams' book, "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life."
Well, well, well, look who we have here - Jackie's previous poetry professor (and poet), Ross White. We discuss Ross's favorite poem: Shelley's badass masterpiece (badassterpiece?), Ozymandias. Rachel insults all poets. Theo therapizes/becomes the executive, legislative, and judicial producer. Jackie continues to have singularly unique experiences. Topics include: Downsizing (2017), tiny things, Breaking Bad, badassery, The Little Prince, Star Wars, really good salads, the eternal American empire, Charlie Friendship, Luca, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Lost, objective sonic value, ska, long flowing skirts, Leprechaun 2: Back 2 the Hood, and A Ghost Story (the Kesha film).Poets & poems mentioned: Matthew Olzmann, Dorothy Wordsworth from Some Say the Lark by Jennifer Chang, Song by Brigit Pegeen Kelly, The Orange by Wendy CopeCheck out Ross' podcasts, The Chap Book and Trivia Escape Pod!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This is a revisited performance of the second episode ever aired on this podcast entitled "What Now". I have made some changes that might better clarify and illustrate the topic. "What Now" of course relates to retiring and what comes after that. Some of us have big dreams.
This past week I came across an article about two folks - age 71 and 68 - who sold their house, sold their worldly possessions and bought a ticket to ride. They have decided to live house free during their retirement years.
This episode features Nabil Ayers, president of the Beggars Banquet label group and author of the new memoir My Life in the Sunshine. We talk about the book, which is largely about his complicated relationship with his biological father, the musician Roy Ayers, and also get into his extensive experience in the record industry.
We reconnected with our friend Kevin Sweeney to chat about his new book, The Making of a Mystic: My Journey With Mushrooms, My Life as a Pastor, and Why It’s Okay for Everyone to Relax. We talked about psychedelics, closing his church, learning to love and lead in the way of contemplation and mysticism. Kevin […] The post Kevin Sweeney: The Making of a Mystic appeared first on Gravity Leadership.
We look at another childhood error and its somewhat humorous result as an example of how to plan for acceptable risk. We often think of that as something where you are willing to pay the price. However, we also need to examine mitigating the consequences to where they are acceptable. It is sort of like placing a monetary bet. There is a limit we can lose, but maybe a side bet will help reduce the overall loss. Precautions And Acceptable Risk Preventive action is an excellent way to adjust acceptable risk. We see examples of this in beta testing and limited releases in the business world. Yes, the product may fail. But, on the other hand, we have less invested and less potential for negative backlash. That allows us to push out a new product and consider it an acceptable risk rather than delay release or continue to redesign or refine it. Testing Theories and Risks Momentum is so often an underlying item of concern in our discussions. This story is no different. Sometimes the best way to approach a novel idea is incremental. That allows us to verify our assumptions without building as much momentum and even limiting potential loss or harm. However, sometimes we have to reach certain minimums of progress or speed to provide a proper test of our idea. We can't attempt to jump over a portion of a gap. Likewise, testing the result of an impact is useless if the impact is so slow as to be unnoticeable. Nevertheless, we can take incremental steps towards our solution. They need to be adequately sized to be effective. If you like this season, you will probably like Scott Adams' book, "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life."
In this episode Gaby chats with Dr Amir Khan. He talks about his experience being the TV doctor on shows such as ITV's 'Good Morning Britain', 'Lorraine' and Channel 5's 'GPs: Behind Closed Doors'. He tells Gaby how his priority will always be working as a busy NHS doctor and they discus his book 'The Doctor Will See You Now: The Highs and Lows of My Life as an NHS GP', which is a Sunday Times bestseller. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Author James Patterson joins this bonus episode of The New Abnormal to tell co-host Molly Jong-Fast about his new biography titled James Patterson by James Patterson: The Story of My Life. He also tells stories about some old friends, including the Clintons and Dolly Parton. Also in this episode: Molly and co-host Andy Levy listen to some funny clips of Republicans saying “dumb” things, including Jesse Watters, who Molly dubs the “stupidest anchor on Fox News.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Here's a full-length episode from Real Vision's original series, My Life in 4 Trades - be sure to subscribe. Jared Dillian's journey is as unconventional as it is compelling. From serving in the U.S. Coast Guard to trading over a billion dollars a day on Wall Street, Dillian has seen and done more than most ever will. Dillian joins Maggie Lake to discuss some of his best and worst trades, and he explains his theory that every trader, in one way or another, is an artist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
KEVIN SWEENEY is co-founder and lead pastor of Imagine Church—an urban church in Honolulu that is welcoming of all people, sees imagination as the key to the future, chooses authenticity over performance, substance over hype, and quality over quantity. He is the host of the podcast “The Church Needs Therapy” and is the author of the forthcoming books, “The Making of a Mystic: My Journey with Mushrooms, My Life as a Pastor, and Why It’s Okay For Everyone to Relax,” out on May 31st, and “The Joy of Letting Go” which will be out in January 2023. Both on Quoir Publishing. He lives In Honolulu with his wife and co-founder of Imagine, Christine, and their two kids, True and Mikayla. Follow Kevin Sweeney on Instagram @kevinsweeney1 Follow Drew Hart on Instagram and Twitter @druhart. Follow Jarrod McKenna on Instagram and Twitter @jarrodmckenna. Discover our global community on Twitter and Instagram @inversepodcast. Become a Patron of Inverse at https://www.patreon.com/InVerse Inverse Podcast is produced by Jen Kinney @iamjenkinney
Imagine growing up without a father, but knowing he was alive, somewhere. Now imagine that same scenario but knowing that your dad is also a famous musician. That's the reality for Nabil Ayers - a drummer turned record label executive - whose father is legendary jazz musician Roy Ayers. In his new book, 'My Life in the Sunshine: Searching for My Father and Discovering My Family,' Nabil describes his unique upbringing, the amazing job his mother did at raising her son, and the profound impact that music continues to make on his life. He also opens up about what it's like to be the only person of color in a mostly-white indie-rock scene, his few attempts to connect with Roy Ayers, and much more. Order the book here. This episode is sponsored by Peghead Nation (use the promo code FRETBOARD and get your first month free or $20 off any annual subscription); Retrofret Vintage Guitars; Izotope (use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% off your Izotope purchase); and Calton Cases.
Nabil Ayers is the president of Beggars Group USA, which has released albums by many world-famous artists and Grammy winners. He has also written about music and race for major publications including The New You Times and Rolling Stone. From musician to entrepreneur to president and now writer, Nabil Ayer has always chosen a path different than most, which as revealed in his memoir has been much more connected to his absentee father than he would have known. I have been friends with Nabil for 10-15 years now and have also had him previously on my show where we spoke about his career journey from musician and record store owner to General Manager of Beggars Group 4AD. He has since then become president of Beggars Group and has now written a memoir of his life and journey. Our conversation during this show focuses on his book being released this week: My Life in the Sunshine; Searching for My Father and Discovering My Family. Enjoy! Highlights from the Show: [00:00] Intro [06:06] The Early Days [09:25] Evolution of the Path [15:00] The Dissonance of Choosing a Different Path [21:10] Working With a Label [22:56] Becoming President of Beggars Group [29:24] Parallels of Being Both on the Inside and the Outside [34:20] Hacking the System [37:01] The Role of My Father [43:49] From New York to Salt Lake City to Seattle and Racism [50:01] The Creative Process [55:26] Writing [57:01] Trauma and the Therapy of Writing [1:01:00] Book “My Life in the Sunshine" [1:02:02] Where to follow Nabil --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the ability to make a living in any of those disciplines. They are high quality, highly curated classes taught by the world's top experts -- Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy Award winners, New York Times best selling authors and the best entrepreneurs of our times.
Imagine being a kid who loved music, who'd been brought up with jazz literally in his blood, graduating college, then, instead of heading into a “responsible” adult job like all your friends, opening a record store in the heart of Seattle at a time where the neighborhood musicians, the ones who'd hang out all day and talk about all-things-music, also just happened to be budding icons who'd go one to become scions in the industry, forming bands like Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Sound Garden, and so many others. This is just one season in the extraordinary life and career of today's guest, Nabil Ayers.Now, years into a powerhouse career in music, he heads-up of one of the most iconic labels in the business, one, in fact, he fell in love with as a young kid. Growing up mixed-race, Jewish and Black, in NYC in the eighties, with a father who was a legendary jazz musician, but also entirely absent from his life, Nabil's mom and uncle made sure to surround him with music, musicians and other quirky characters. And, that seeded a passion not just for music, but also for the culture, the stories, and eventually the business of helping artists grow and thrive. Along the way, Nabil also found himself becoming a storyteller. Both, of his own narrative, and of the many artists he'd champion and help introduce to the world. And, well into his career in music, Nabil began writing about music, his own life and story, and race for publications including The New York Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, GQ, and The Root. Ayers is the President of Beggars Group US, a music label where he has released albums by many GRAMMY Award-winning artists such as The National. His new memoir, My Life in the Sunshine: Searching for My Father and Discovering My Family is about his journey to connect with his musician father, Roy Ayers, and ultimately re-draw the lines that define family and race. You can find Nabil at: Website | InstagramIf you LOVED this episode you'll also love the conversations we had with Jimmie Vaughan about his life in music.Check out our offerings & partners: My New Book Sparked | My New Podcast SPARKEDVisit Our Sponsor Page For a Complete List of Vanity URLs & Discount Codes.Framebridge: Framebridge makes online custom picture framing ridiculously easy, fast, and affordable. Get started today - frame your photos or send someone the perfect gift. Go to Framebridge.com and use promo code GOODLIFE to save an additional 15% off your first order. Sleep Number: Why choose proven quality sleep from Sleep Number? Because every great day starts the night before. And now, save $700 on select Sleep Number 360 smart beds, plus special financing. Only at Sleep Number® stores or sleepnumber.com/GOODLIFE. Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. See sleepnumber.com for details. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We had the pleasure of interviewing BLKBOK over Zoom video.Neoclassical pianist and Detroit native BLKBOK is set to soundtrack this year's Juneteenth celebrations with the deluxe version of his debut album 'Black Book'. Arriving on June 17 via icons+giants, ‘Black Book DLUX' is a timely natural continuation of BLKBOK's critically-acclaimed debut as a composer, reflecting on pertinent social issues, with counterpoints, and sustaining a dialogue through his thought-provoking pieces. The package includes 11 new interstitial poems woven throughout the album, written and narrated by award-winning Jamaican poet Lauren Delapenha. Additionally, it features two new powerful singles “Kendrick + Karine” and “Forgotten Girls.”While touring the world as a pianist or musical director with the likes of Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, Timbaland and John Mayer, BLKBOK spent his private time composing his own original material, music that was inspired by his love of hip-hop and classical music. When the pandemic set in and touring came to a halt, he finalized these compositions which led to getting signed by icons+giants/WMG and releasing his first body of solo work, last year's ‘Black Book.' BLKBOK was inspired to create ‘Black Book' as a tribute to the movie ‘Green Book' and the courageous story of pianist/composer Don Shirley, whose trailblazing spirit helped open the door for black classical pianists of which there remains too few. The largely instrumental album features a standout vocal collaboration with Hamilton's Tony and Grammy Award-winning Renée Elise Goldsberry on “My Life.” Provocative singles like “George Floyd and the Struggle for Equality,” “November 7th 2020” and “Michelle's First Day At The White House” offer listeners unique perspectives of the social climate that we live in, and an opportunity to hear BLKBOK's reflections of the world through the keys of the piano.Since releasing his debut album, BLKBOK has taken to social media weekly, while developing new work in real-time and challenging the way we listen to classical music. A 21st century black pianist equally infatuated with rappers like Busta Rhymes and The Notorious B.I.G., as well as the classical greats like Debussy, Mozart, and Bach, BLKBOK has gone viral on TikTok with his riveting neoclassical TikTok covers of Cardi B and Kendrick Lamar. On Instagram, he hosts a monthly “What's Goin' On” social series, where he develops new songs related to current cultural milestones and events, and offers an open forum for fans to share their feelings and discuss social issues.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BLKBOK #BlackBook #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod