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Depression Detox
257 | Esther Perel: "It Is The Quality Of Our Relationships That Determines The Quality Of Our Lives."

Depression Detox

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 18:49


World-renowned relationship therapist, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author Esther Perel returns to the show to share our current chaotic state of relationships and their impact on our lives.   Source: How Relationships Have Become Chaotic | Esther Perel | Google Zeitgeist   Connect with Esther Perel:    Website: https://www.estherperel.com   Instagram: estherperelofficial   YouTube: Esther Perel   Book: Mating in Captivity: Unlocking Erotic Intelligence   Podcasts: Where Do We Begin How's Work   Hosted by Malikee Josephs (Pronounced Muh leek Jo seffs)   Follow The Show On Instagram @DepressionDetoxShow.

FMC Fast Chat

Biden's First Year & The State of America with Presidential Historian Douglas Brinkley

FMC Fast Chat


Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 33:14


In this episode of FMC Fast Chat, America's foremost presidential historian Douglas Brinkley grades Biden's first year, offers up some advice for the Cabinet, and tells us how he really feels about The 1619 Project from The New York Times. FMC Fast Chat is the podcast of the Fair Media Council and is hosted by Fair Media Council CEO & Executive Director Jaci Clement. Douglas Brinkley is the Katherine Tsanoff Brown Chair in Humanities and Professor of History at Rice University, a CNN Presidential Historian, and a contributing editor at Vanity Fair. More: douglasbrinkley.com The Fair Media Council is a 501c3 nonprofit organization advocating for quality news and working to create a media-savvy society. This podcast is made possible by Northwell Health, Henry Schein, Protiviti, St Joseph's College, The Bartol Law Firm, and Hofstra University. More: fairmediacouncil.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cerebral Women Art Talks Podcast

Ep.90 features Writer, curator, lecturer, artist, NFT evangelist Kenny Schachter. He has been curating contemporary art exhibits in museums and galleries and teaching (art history and economics) for more than thirty years; presently in the graduate department of the University of Zurich (appointed to advisory board January 2021) professorships at the School of Visual Arts (NY) and New York University. He has lectured internationally, been the recipient of a Rockefeller supported grant in Mexico, and contributed to books on Paul Thek, Zaha Hadid, Vito Acconci and Sigmar Polke/Gerhard Richter. Schachter has a regular column on Artnet.com in addition to writing widely for various international publications including most recently New York Magazine and The Times Magazine (UK). He had a retrospective of his art at Joel Mesler's Rental Gallery in New York in the summer of 2018, curated an exhibit at Simon Lee Gallery in London, fall 2018 and a one person show at Kantor Gallery, LA, February 2019. He recently staged the first phygital NFT group exhibit at Nagel-Draxler Gallery in Cologne, and participated in a two-person show with Eva Beresin at Galerie Charim in Vienna (both in May 2021) Schachter participated in Art Basel 2021 with Nagel Draxler Gallery. In addition, another one person show is scheduled at Blum & Poe Gallery in Tokyo in 2022. Schachter is presently the subject of a documentary being produced and directed by Chris Smith (Tiger King/Fyre Festival), and a Hulu/ABC NFT film, and has been profiled in The New York Times Magazine (cover story, September, 1996), and London's Observer, Independent and Telegraph. After having made digital art for decades, Schachter has spearheaded the traditional art world's adaptation of Non Fungible Tokens in 2021 by lecturing from Yale to the Hirschhorn Museum and written 8 feature articles for Artnet on the subject. He has curated wide-ranging NFTism exhibitions (which term he trademarked) at Nagel Draxler in Cologne, Institut in London and Nagel Draxler's booth in Art Basel Switzerland. Kenny is currently based in New York. The Nagel Draxler gallery has launched in Berlin a space dedicated to NFTs and blockchain related art. The inaugural and current exhibition at the gallery is titled METADADA at Nagel Draxler CRYPTO KIOSK, a solo exhibition featuring Kenny Schachter, thru 12 March 2022 Artist https://www.kennyschachter.art/ https://www.kennyschachter.art/category/interviews-lectures-talks/ https://www.kennyschachter.art/2022/01/kenny-schachter-art-above-all/ Crypto Mutts https://cryptomutts.io Galerie Nagel Draxler https://nagel-draxler.de/ SVA https://sva.edu/events/kenny-schachter-on-nfts-in-the-art-world Coindesk https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/09/25/art-collectors-swoon-over-nfts-at-elite-basel-gathering/ Observer https://observer.com/2021/06/kenny-schachter-nft-cryptocurrency-rarible/ Artnet http://www.artnet.com/ Unit London https://unitlondon.com/content/feature/998/detail/artworks8704/ Colecteurs https://www.collecteurs.com/article/kenny-schachter-on-transparency-in-the-art-world Gallerie Magazine https://galeriemagazine.com/kenny-schachter-manhattan-home/ Vulture https://www.vulture.com/2020/03/inigo-philbrick-art-dealer.html

In The Thick
Obvious Racism

In The Thick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 34:13


Maria and Julio are joined by Elie Mystal, justice correspondent at The Nation, for a conversation about the latest on voting rights and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. They unpack the whitewashing of Dr. King's words, what he stood for, and how to meaningfully honor his work. ITT Staff Picks: In this article for The Nation, Elie Mystal writes about what the late Harvard Law professor and icon, Lani Guinier, taught him about voting rights. “When Biden fully entered the battle, the other warriors were already bloody, bruised and exhausted,” writes opinion columnist Charles Blow about President Biden's speech on voting rights in this piece for the The New York Times. “This holiday honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., sees a nation embroiled in conflicts that would have looked numbingly familiar to him,” writes Jelani Cobb in this article for The New Yorker.Photo credit: AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Marketplace All-in-One
How sci-fi can make us smart

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 28:58


On Make Me Smart, we often turn to economists, professors and policy wonks to make us smart about some big topics that need explaining. Today, we’re turning to a different kind of expert, sci-fi writer Neal Stephenson. His latest book, “Termination Shock,” is about climate change, geoengineering and what happens when a billionaire decides to take matters into his own hands. “I’m past trying to convince people that climate change is real. What I was more interested in was, for an audience that believes that climate change is real, what are some outcomes that we might see, in the near future, as different people in different countries begin to try to come to grips with that problem, because opinions differ as to what the right approach might be. And whenever you get differing opinions, you’ve got conflict, and whenever you’ve got conflict, you have the potential for a good story,” Stephenson said. We’ll talk with Stephenson about how he thinks about big, complex issues like climate change and what this genre can teach us about the future and solving problems in the real world. Speaking of the future, Stephenson, who coined the word “metaverse” in 1992, weighs in on all the hullaballoo over the metaverse today. In the News Fix, what’s behind all the news, or lack thereof, that we’re not getting from Tonga after this weekend’s volcano eruption. Also, you can get your free rapid COVID-19 test now. Then, a listener drops some facts on the James Webb Space Telescope and what a former Google researcher was really wrong about. Here’s everything we talked about today: ““Termination Shock,” by Neal Stephenson: An Excerpt” from The New York Times Neal Stephenson on “Termination Shock,” geoengineering, metaverse from CNBC “Neal Stephenson Thinks Greed Might Be the Thing That Saves Us” from The New York Times “Undersea cable fault could cut off Tonga from rest of the world for weeks” from Yahoo Finance “California surpasses 7 million coronavirus cases” from The Los Angeles Times U.S. stocks fall sharply as 10-year yield tops 1.80%, Goldman earnings disappoint from MarketWatch “Mum admits to being mystery Netflix user who’s watched Bee Movie 357 times in a YEAR” from The Sun

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
How sci-fi can make us smart

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 28:58


On Make Me Smart, we often turn to economists, professors and policy wonks to make us smart about some big topics that need explaining. Today, we’re turning to a different kind of expert, sci-fi writer Neal Stephenson. His latest book, “Termination Shock,” is about climate change, geoengineering and what happens when a billionaire decides to take matters into his own hands. “I’m past trying to convince people that climate change is real. What I was more interested in was, for an audience that believes that climate change is real, what are some outcomes that we might see, in the near future, as different people in different countries begin to try to come to grips with that problem, because opinions differ as to what the right approach might be. And whenever you get differing opinions, you’ve got conflict, and whenever you’ve got conflict, you have the potential for a good story,” Stephenson said. We’ll talk with Stephenson about how he thinks about big, complex issues like climate change and what this genre can teach us about the future and solving problems in the real world. Speaking of the future, Stephenson, who coined the word “metaverse” in 1992, weighs in on all the hullaballoo over the metaverse today. In the News Fix, what’s behind all the news, or lack thereof, that we’re not getting from Tonga after this weekend’s volcano eruption. Also, you can get your free rapid COVID-19 test now. Then, a listener drops some facts on the James Webb Space Telescope and what a former Google researcher was really wrong about. Here’s everything we talked about today: ““Termination Shock,” by Neal Stephenson: An Excerpt” from The New York Times Neal Stephenson on “Termination Shock,” geoengineering, metaverse from CNBC “Neal Stephenson Thinks Greed Might Be the Thing That Saves Us” from The New York Times “Undersea cable fault could cut off Tonga from rest of the world for weeks” from Yahoo Finance “California surpasses 7 million coronavirus cases” from The Los Angeles Times U.S. stocks fall sharply as 10-year yield tops 1.80%, Goldman earnings disappoint from MarketWatch “Mum admits to being mystery Netflix user who’s watched Bee Movie 357 times in a YEAR” from The Sun

KQED’s Forum
Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones on ‘The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story'

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 53:32


“Many historians have been seduced by the desire to manage the story of our founding, protecting our identity as an exceptional, fundamentally just nation,” writes Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones in the preface to “The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story.” The project, created by Hannah-Jones, reframes our popular understanding of U.S. history and considers “a new origin story” that started not with the Declaration of Independence, but rather with the introduction of slavery in late August 1619, when the first ship carrying enslaved people from Africa arrived in the British colony of Virginia. Originally launched as a special edition of the New York Times Magazine in 2019, an expanded book version of the project came out in November. We'll talk to Hannah-Jones about the new book, the debates the project has sparked about how we write and teach U.S. history and the power of shared national memory

Empowered Relationship Podcast: Your Relationship Resource And Guide
ERP 303: How To Create Safe Conversations — An Interview With Drs Harville Hendrix & Helen Hunt

Empowered Relationship Podcast: Your Relationship Resource And Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 50:49


In this episode, we'll discuss an often overlooked skill that is so simple yet has a significant impact on how we negotiate relationships. We'll also talk about some tools and practices that can help us turn our disagreements into meaningful connections with our partners. Dr. Harville Hendricks and Dr. Helen Hunt are co-creators of Imago Relationship Therapy, and a social movement called Safe Conversations. Internationally respected as couple's therapist, educators, speakers, activist, and New York Times bestselling authors. Their 10 books, including the timeless classic Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples, have sold more than 4 million copies. Harville appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show 17 times! Helen has been installed in the Women's Hall of Fame and the Smithsonian Institute. The list goes on and on. Check out the transcript of this episode on Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode 3:56 What safe conversation is and why it's important in building a healthy relationship. 12:58 How these safe conversations in the Imago Dialogue process help the relational culture. 28:19 Simple practices to remind us to value our partners, that they matter, and that we adore them. 39:13 The structure of the Imago Dialogue process: mirroring, validating, and empathizing. 42:54 What the on-duty, off-duty days are and how Helen and Harville use this method to make sure that they are connected when they go to bed. Mentioned Imago Relationship Therapy Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples Helen LaKelly Hunt - National Women's Hall of Fame Meet a Philanthropist - A Conversation With Helen LaKelly Hunt | National Museum of American History The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology) Still Face Experiment: Dr. Edward Tronick Doing Imago Relationship Therapy in the Space-Between: A Clinician's Guide Connect with Harville and Helen Websites: Harville and Helen and Safe Conversations Facebook: facebook.com/harvilleandhelen Twitter: twitter.com/HarvilleHelen YouTube: Harville Hendrix & Helen LaKelly Hunt Instagram: instagram.com/harvilleandhelen/ Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship  Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins  Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation  LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins  Twitter: @DrJessHiggins  Website: drjessicahiggins.com   Email: jessica@drjessicahiggins.com If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here.  Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship.  Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here.  Thank you!   *With Amazon Affiliate Links, I may earn a few cents from Amazon, if you purchase the book from this link.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 01.18.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 60:39


HEALTH NEWS Walking for 150 minutes per week associated with improved wellbeing in over-50  Trinity College Dublin, January 17, 2022  New research using data from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin shows that being physically active, for example by walking for at least 150 minutes per week, is associated with more social participation and better mental health and wellbeing.  The findings show that: Two-thirds of the Irish population aged 50 years and older report low or moderate levels of physical activity while only one-third report high levels of activity, based on the International Physical Activity Questionnaire. Middle-aged and older Irish adults with high levels of physical activity report greater participation in social activities, less anxiety, better quality of life, and less loneliness compared to those with low physical activity levels. Middle-aged and older adults with low levels of physical activity are over twice as likely to have clinically relevant depressive symptoms as those with high levels of physical activity (14% versus 6%). Interventions should specifically target women, older adults, those in employment, those who are not engaged in non-church related social activities and those living in built-up areas such as apartments.     Study finds hydroxychloroquine delays disability for least treatable form of multiple sclerosis University of Calgary (Canada), January 17, 2022 A University of Calgary study has found promising results for the generic drug hydroxychloroquine when used to treat the evolution of disability of primary progressive multiple sclerosis (MS), the least treatable form of the autoimmune disease.  Cumming School of Medicine research teams found hydroxychloroquine helped to slow the worsening of disability during the 18-month study involving participants at the MS clinic in Calgary. The research was published in Annals of Neurology. The experimental study, known as a single-arm phase II futility trial, followed 35 people between November 2016 and June 2021. Researchers expected to see at least 40 percent, or 14 participants, experience a significant worsening of their walking function, but at the end of the trial only eight participants had worsened. Hydroxychloroquine was generally well-tolerated.     Tree nut consumption is associated with better diet Louisiana State University,  January 16, 2022 A new study, published this week in the open access journal Nutrients, compares the nutrient adequacy and diet quality of those who consume tree nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts), and non-tree nut consumers in a nationally representative population. Tree nut consumption was associated with better nutrient adequacy for most nutrients that are lacking in the diets of many Americans, and with better diet quality. Researchers looked at 14,386 adults in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES). The data showed that, compared to non-consumers, tree nut consumers had a lower percentage of the population consuming usual intakes of nutrients below the recommended levels of vitamins A, E and C; folate; calcium; iron; magnesium; and zinc. Tree nut consumers had a higher percentage of the population over the recommendation for adequate intake for dietary fiber and potassium    Protein isolated from baker's yeast shows potential against leukemia cells University of Sao Paulo (Brazil), January 16, 2022  An enzyme identified in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, commonly known as brewer's or baker's yeast, has passed in vitro trials, demonstrating its capacity to kill acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) cells. "In this study, we characterize the enzyme L-asparaginase from S. cerevisiae. The results show this protein can efficiently annihilate leukemia cells with low cytotoxicity to healthy cells," said Gisele Monteiro, a professor at FCF-USP and the principal investigator for the published study. Production of the enzyme asparagine synthetase is deficient in ALL and several other types of cancer cells, which are therefore unable to synthesize the amino acid asparagine. "This type of cell depends on extracellular sources of asparagine, an essential amino acid for the synthesis of proteins and hence of DNA and RNA. So it's required for cell division," Monteiro said. "The enzyme asparaginase depletes this amino acid in the extracellular medium, converting it into aspartate and ammonia. In patients with ALL, this leads to a sharp fall in serum levels of asparagine, hindering protein synthesis in malignant cells and inducing apoptosis, or programmed cell death." The bacterial enzyme killed about 90 percent of the MOLT4 human leukemia cells and displayed low toxicity to the healthy HUVEC cells, killing only 10 percent. "The yeast enzyme killed between 70 percent and 80 percent of the MOLT4 cells and displayed less than 10 percent toxicity for HUVEC cells. Neither was significantly effective against REH cells."   Pakistan says trial of Chinese traditional medicine for Covid-19 successful International Center for Chemical and Biological Science (Pakistan), January 17, 2022 Local health authorities on Monday announced the completion of a successful clinical trial of Chinese traditional herbal medicine for treating Covid-19, as Pakistan enters a fifth wave of the pandemic driven by the Omicron variant. The Chinese medicine, Jinhua Qinggan Granules (JHQG) manufactured by Juxiechang (Beijing) Pharmaceutical Co Ltd, is already being used in the treatment of Covid-19 patients in China. “Since it was tried on patients with different variants of Covid-19, we expect it to be effective on Omicron as on other variants,” Professor Iqbal Chaudhry, director of the International Center for Chemical and Biological Science (ICCBS) in Karachi, where trials were conducted The trials were conducted on 300 patients who were treated at home, and would work on mild to moderate Covid-19 cases, Dr Raza Shah, principal investigator in the trials, told reporters, adding that the efficacy rate was around 82.67 per cent.   Berry compounds' heart health benefits linked to impact on platelets Sun Yat-sen University (Taiwan), January 14, 2022 The new study, published in Nutrition & Metabolism , deepens our understanding of the heart health benefits of anthocyanins, pigments found in many fruit like black raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and blackcurrants. Chinese scientists report that 320 mg per day of purified anthocyanins, equivalent to about 100 g of fresh blueberries and blackcurrants, for 24 weeks were associated with significant reductions in platelet chemokine levels, which correlated to lower levels of inflammatory markers in people with elevated cholesterol levels. “Platelet chemokines are involved in inflammatory reactions, immune responses, and other aspects of the development of atherosclerosis,” explained researchers from Sun Yat-sen University. “These findings indicate a potential mechanism by which anthocyanins exert protective effects on the cardiovascular system, achieved through the comprehensive regulation of platelet chemokines, lipid metabolism and inflammation, in which platelet chemokines may play pivotal roles.”   OTHER NEWS Time to Boycott - Companies Discriminating Against Their Unvaccinated Employees The Naked Emperor, January 17, 2022 Suddenly, employment and discrimination laws don't exist. Here is an ever-growing list of companies that are discriminating against their employees. They need boycotting until they change their policies. ·  Finance o    Citigroup - Employees to lose their jobs by the end of the month if unvaccinated; o    Goldman Sachs - Told employees they will require a booster to work in the office from 1 February; o    JPMorgan Chase - Won't pay unvaccinated employees because they aren't allowed to go to the office; o    OneAmerica - Requiring vaccines for all employees; Healthcare o    National Health Service - Staff with direct contact with patients must have had a 1st dose by 3 February or risk losing their job at the end of March; o    Mayo Clinic - Has fired 700 unvaccinated employees; Retail o    Columbia Sportswear - Will begin firing unvaccinated employees from 1 Feb; o    Ikea - Has cut sick pay for unvaccinated staff forced to self-isolate; o    Kroger - Eliminated paid leave for unvaccinated employees who get COVID-19 and require them to pay monthly health insurance surcharges; o    Next - Sick pay cut for unvaccinated staff forced to self-isolate; o    Nike - If employees remain unvaccinated by 15 January they will be fired; o    Morrisons - Cut sick pay for unvaccinated staff in October 2021; o    Ocado - Unvaccinated isolating staff to have sick pay cut; o    Tyson Foods - Require COVID-19 vaccinations for its U.S workforce and providing $200 to full vaccinated frontline team members; o    Vans, Supreme, Timberland & The North Face (Parent company = VF Corporation) - will start firing unvaccinated employees by 31 January without severance; Services o    Wessex Water - To cut sick pay for unvaccinated staff who need to self-isolate; Tech o    Apple - Starting 24 January, employees will need proof of booster. Unvaccinated will need negative tests to go to work; o    Google - Tells unvaccinated employees they'll lose pay and will eventually be fired; o    Intel - Employees to go on unpaid leave if unvaccinated by 4 January;     The Age of Intolerance: Cancel Culture's War on Free Speech John and Nisha Whitehead, January 11, 2022 Cancel culture—political correctness amped up on steroids, the self-righteousness of a narcissistic age, and a mass-marketed pseudo-morality that is little more than fascism disguised as tolerance—has shifted us into an Age of Intolerance, policed by techno-censors, social media bullies, and government watchdogs. Everything is now fair game for censorship if it can be construed as hateful, hurtful, bigoted or offensive provided that it runs counter to the established viewpoint. In this way, the most controversial issues of our day—race, religion, sex, sexuality, politics, science, health, government corruption, police brutality, etc.—have become battlegrounds for those who claim to believe in freedom of speech but only when it favors the views and positions they support. This tendency to censor, silence, delete, label as “hateful,” and demonize viewpoints that run counter to the cultural elite is being embraced with a near-fanatical zealotry by a cult-like establishment that values conformity and group-think over individuality. This authoritarian intolerance masquerading as tolerance, civility and love (what comedian George Carlin referred to as “fascism pretending to be manners”) is the end result of a politically correct culture that has become radicalized, institutionalized and tyrannical. J.K. Rowling, author of the popular Harry Potter series, has found herself denounced as transphobic and widely shunned for daring to criticize efforts by transgender activists to erode the legal definition of sex and replace it with gender. Rowling's essay explaining her views is a powerful, articulate, well-researched piece that not only stresses the importance of free speech and women's rights while denouncing efforts by trans activists to demonize those who subscribe to “wrongthink,” but also recognizes that while the struggle over gender dysmorphia is real, concerns about safeguarding natal women and girls from abuse are also legitimate. Ironically enough, Rowling's shunning included literal book burning. Yet as Ray Bradbury once warned, “There is more than one way to burn a book. And the world is full of people running about with lit matches.” Indeed, the First Amendment is going up in flames before our eyes, but those first sparks were lit long ago and have been fed by intolerance all along the political spectrum. Consider some of the kinds of speech being targeted for censorship or outright elimination. Offensive, politically incorrect and “unsafe” speech:  Bullying, intimidating speech: Dangerous, anti-government speech:  The problem as I see it is that we've allowed ourselves to be persuaded that we need someone else to think and speak for us. And we've bought into the idea that we need the government and its corporate partners to shield us from that which is ugly or upsetting or mean. The result is a society in which we've stopped debating among ourselves, stopped thinking for ourselves, and stopped believing that we can fix our own problems and resolve our own differences. In short, we have reduced ourselves to a largely silent, passive, polarized populace incapable of working through our own problems and reliant on the government to protect us from our fears. We have allowed our fears—fear for our safety, fear of each other, fear of being labeled racist or hateful or prejudiced, etc.—to trump our freedom of speech and muzzle us far more effectively than any government edict could. Ultimately the war on free speech—and that's exactly what it is: a war being waged by Americans against other Americans—is a war that is driven by fear. By muzzling free speech, we are contributing to a growing underclass of Americans who are being told that they can't take part in American public life unless they “fit in.” Be warned: whatever we tolerate now—whatever we turn a blind eye to—whatever we rationalize when it is inflicted on others will eventually come back to imprison us, one and all.   Spain police officers in Valencia: "We are with the people, not with corrupt politicians. We are in contact with Portugal, Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands to unite all the police in Europe. Down with the health passport."     There Is Currently No COVID Medical Emergency Only Psychological Engineering Says Senior Israeli Immunologist GREAT GAME INDIA,  January 16, 2022 The attempts of governments across the globe at “psychological engineering” the population on Covid related matters has now been fully exposed after several years. A well respected immunologist in Israel heavily criticized the approach of every administration globally. In a scathing letter addressed to the Israeli Ministry of Health, a renowned immunologist denounced mass vaccination against COVID-19 and chastised officials who've already “branded” the unvaccinated “as spreaders of the disease.” The letter, penned by Professor Ehud Qimron, who is the head of Tel Aviv University's Department of Microbiology and Immunology, rips off vaccine-focused COVID tactics endorsed by authorities across the globe, which Qimron labels “doomed to fail.” “Two years late, you finally realize that a respiratory virus cannot be defeated and that any such attempt is doomed to fail,” he wrote to the Israeli health ministry. “You do not admit it, because you have admitted almost no mistake in the last two years, but in retrospect it is clear that you have failed miserably in almost all of your actions, and even the media is already having a hard time covering your shame.” Qimron reprimanded Israeli authorities for failing to recognize that COVID-19 vaccines will neither eliminate the virus or provide herd immunity, as the government's immunization campaign “failed” to do. “You refused to admit that the infection comes in waves that fade by themselves, despite years of observations and scientific knowledge,” he said. “You refused to admit that recovery is more protective than a vaccine, despite previous knowledge and observations showing that non-recovered vaccinated people are more likely to be infected than recovered people.” “You refused to admit that the vaccinated are contagious despite the observations. Based on this, you hoped to achieve herd immunity by vaccination — and you failed in that as well.” According to research, immunizations essentially inflict more harm than that of the virus on its own in younger demographics. According to a study released last month by British researchers, the jabs dramatically raise the chance of potentially life-threatening heart inflammation in males under 40 years old compared to COVID-19 and may lead in more lethal types of the heart ailment. “You have ignored many reports of changes in menstrual intensity and menstrual cycle times,” Qimron noted in his letter to the health ministry. “You hid data that allows for objective and proper research. Instead, you chose to publish non-objective articles together with senior Pfizer executives on the effectiveness and safety of vaccines.” “The truth is that you have brought the public's trust in you to an unprecedented low, and you have eroded your status as a source of authority,” he alleged, citing increased incidences of mental illness and misbehavior among Israeli pupils amid COVID regulations. “You have destroyed the education of our children and their future,” said Qimron. “You made children feel guilty, scared, smoke, drink, get addicted, drop out, and quarrel, as school principals around the country attest. You have harmed livelihoods, the economy, human rights, mental health and physical health.” You slandered colleagues who did not surrender to you, you turned the people against each other, divided society and polarized the discourse. You branded, without any scientific basis, people who chose not to get vaccinated as enemies of the public and as spreaders of disease. You promote, in an unprecedented way, a draconian policy of discrimination, denial of rights and selection of people, including children, for their medical choice. A selection that lacks any epidemiological justification. “There is currently no medical emergency,” the immunologist continued. “The only emergency now is that you still set policies and hold huge budgets for propaganda and psychological engineering instead of directing them to strengthen the health care system.” “This emergency must stop!”   Serious Health Risks of Covid-19 Vaccines: Open Letter to Cornell University Board of Trustees and President Martha Pollack Cornell University Community, January 12, 2022 Dear President Pollack and Cornell Board of Trustees, We are students, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff of Cornell University. We are grateful for Cornell's efforts at keeping students and the Ithaca community safe during this pandemic. As concerned members of the global Big Red family, we write this open letter to express our strong opposition to Cornell's Covid-19 booster mandate. In light of new data available about both the vaccine and the virus, we urge you to change the “mandate” to a “recommendation” based on the factors outlined below.  We appreciate that the booster mandate and new procedures for the spring term stem from the good intention to prevent severe illness. But as with any public health policy, many factors — scientific, ethical, and legal — must be considered and weighed. We are concerned that Cornell, in issuing this booster mandate, has overlooked recent and evolving scientific data regarding the vaccine and the virus that makes a booster mandate inappropriate and unnecessary, raising serious ethical and legal questions. In December 2021, Cornell identified over 1,600 Covid-19 positive cases with “every case of the Omicron variant to date [being] found in fully vaccinated students, a portion of whom had also received a booster shot.” Cornell's own data highlights that vaccination, even with the booster, has very limited capability in stopping virus transmission. A similar conclusion has been reached by CDC's research: vaccinated people seem to transmit Covid-19 similarly to unvaccinated people. The virus will continue to be transmitted among our highly vaccinated campuses. In a recent campus-wide email, Cornell explicitly acknowledged the impossibility of containing or eliminating Omicron, the flu, or other respiratory illnesses, which is why it will “shift from counting positive cases.”  As so many students test positive, they are, in essence, receiving a natural booster based on the very latest variants of the virus. And yet, Cornell is ignoring the natural immunity in these students and mandating a booster injection based on older variants, which Cornell knows is ineffective at stopping the spread of Covid-19 in the Cornell community. This decision is counter to science and seems like it was made less to promote students' health and more to achieve some other unstated goal of the administration. Otherwise, why require a booster injection that is ineffective, and potentially dangerous, for students who are naturally contracting and fighting off a virus that many scientists believe is becoming more endemic than pandemic? Mounting evidence points to serious risks from exposure to the Covid-19 vaccines. The latest scientific research shows that Covid-19 vaccine side effects such as myocarditis, thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome, and pericarditis are more common in young people than we think (see references 1-5 listed below). Recently, an Oxford-conducted study of men under the age of 40 demonstrated that the risk of myocarditis after one dose mRNA exceeds the risk of myocarditis from an actual Covid-19 infection. Even more alarmingly, the CDC's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) indicates that there were over 15,000 Covid-19 vaccine related death cases in 2021, compared with the previous average of 158 vaccine related deaths per year (Pre-Covid-19), in the context of a yearly total of 280 million injections and 70 different vaccines. This data shows that, compared to other vaccines, Covid-19 injections carry around 100 times the risk of death. Considering new data on the virus and the vaccine, the university may very well cause disability or death by imposing further vaccine requirements, and it will have to bear the responsibility. Please do the right thing, and end this unnecessary and unethical mandate. EU Regulators, WHO Call for End to COVID Boosters, Citing Evidence Strategy Is Failing EU drug regulators, World Health Organization experts and the former chairman of the UK's COVID task force all cited mounting evidence mRNA COVID boosters aren't working and the strategy should be dropped. Childrens Health Defense, January 12, 2022   European Union drug regulators warned frequent COVID boosters could adversely affect the immune system and said there are currently no data to support repeated doses. According to the European Medicines Agency (EMA), continued booster doses every four months could pose a risk of overloading people's immune systems and lead to fatigue. Instead, the agency recommended countries space out the intervals between boosters and coordinate their programs with the onset of the cold season in each hemisphere — following blueprints of influenza vaccination strategies. Boosters “can be done once, or maybe twice, but it's not something that we can think should be repeated constantly,” Cavaleri said. “We need to think about how we can transition from the current pandemic setting to a more endemic setting.” The World Health Organization's (WHO) Technical Advisory Group on COVID-19 Vaccine Composition (TAG-CO-VAC) on Jan. 11 warned, “a vaccination strategy based on repeated booster doses of the original vaccine composition is unlikely to be appropriate or sustainable.” The expert group, created by the WHO to assess the performance of COVID vaccines, said providing fresh doses of already existing vaccines as new strains of the virus emerge is not the best way to fight a pandemic. “It's over, people,” Alex Berenson, former New York Times reporter and best-selling author, wrote. “Aside from a few unlucky Israelis, no one is going to receive a fourth dose of the original vaccine.” Berenson wrote: “Everyone with eyes can see it doesn't work against Omicron — and if you haven't gotten a third dose, at this point, why would you? You are getting at most weeks of marginally improved protection for potentially severe side effects. “Instead the WHO is now promising/demanding vaccines based on whatever the dominant Sars-Cov-2 strain is at the moment. That promise is as empty as all the others the health bureaucrats and vaccine companies have made.”   60% Of Omicron Hospitalization Numbers Were Incorrect Admits Canada's Chief Medical Officer GREAT GAME INDIA. January 17, 2022 Shocking statistics regarding Canada's Omicron hospitalizations being incorrect has come to light recently. The Premier of Alberta has claimed a staggering 60% disparity between the actual figures. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Alberta Chief Medical Officer Deena Hinshaw both confirmed that public figures for ICU capacity and COVID admissions were up to 60% incorrect. “Of the 163 omicron patients in hospital, 66 have a primary COVID diagnosis … and of the 14 omicron patients in ICU, 11 have a primary COVID diagnosis,” he stated. As per Kenney, this indicates that 60% of individuals labelled as staying in the hospital for an omicron ailment weren't there because they arrived sick with COVID, and also that the ICU statistics reflect the same rationale, with more than 20% of recorded stays being unintentional. This is consistent with developments found throughout Canada, as provincial medical authorities have shifted their focus and begun to release increasingly specific data on hospitalizations.

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
263: Your Big Breakthrough with Tony Robbins

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 21:06


How do you achieve your next big breakthrough so you can reach the next level? When it comes to growth and development, one of the hardest obstacles to overcome can be the self-doubt that stands in your way. I am thrilled to have the incredible Tony Robbins with us today to talk about how to overcome that doubt and unlock your next big breakthrough. Tony is a world-renowned entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author, and life strategist. He's responsible for helping so many people around the world break through the obstacles in their lives so they can unlock their limitless potential. These past few years have been challenging in many ways. If you feel like you've been knocked down personally or professionally, or if your confidence has taken a hit, tune in to this episode right now.  If you're inspired, I want to invite you to join me in my brand NEW 7-day course, specifically designed to boost your confidence. I know it sounds too good to be true, but I give you step-by-step guides using the accelerated learning model to make you unstoppable in a short time. Visit kwikconfidence.com to join me today.  Or text me 310-299-9362 to get your burning questions answered and an insider sneak peek of exciting updates. I do my best to answer as many as I can each day, so shoot me a message today. 

Here & Now
The alarming online presence of suicide enablers; Cleaning alligators after oil spill

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 40:47


Last month, The New York Times delved into one specific website which provides methods, encouragement and even pressure to die by suicide. Journalist Megan Twohey co-reported the story, which serves as a cautionary tale for those who find these sites while they're looking for support. And, in Louisiana, more than 30 alligators have received the scrubbing of a lifetime after an oil spill left them covered in diesel last December. The coordinator of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries' oil spill response team joins us.

First Name Basis Podcast
5.4 Black Lives Matter: How Will You Respond?

First Name Basis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 49:52


In the summer of 2020, author Veronica Chambers had what she calls an “aha moment.”   Born in Panama and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Veronica's Afro-Latina heritage has always been very important to her, and she worked hard to make sure her then-12-year-old daughter felt the power of her “Black girl magic.”   But when protests were happening across the country and in their own city, Veronica realized she needed to be able to teach her daughter more about race, systemic racism and the role of protests.   Veronica's recently published book, “Call and Response: The Story of Black Lives Matter,” was born out of this desire to teach her own daughter.    “Call and Response” is just one of many projects Veronica has produced during her prolific writing career. She is the editor of Narrative Projects for The New York Times, a public speaker, and author and editor of more than a dozen books — which span a spectrum in subject from several about food to books for kids to helping influential people with their memoirs and more.   Veronica was gracious enough to join me for an interview for this week's podcast — Season 5 Episode 4: “Blake Lives Matter: How Will You Respond?” In this interview, Veronica shares:   Thoughts on how to talk to kids — all kids, not just Black children — about police What protesting looks like for different people and finding what it looks like for you and your family. Insights on how to avoid burnout. Using your skills and what you love to do to make a difference.   It was truly an honor to read “Call and Response:The Story of Black Lives Matter” and to have Veronica share her time and thoughts with me. I sure learned a lot and know you will too!   Bite-sized Black History  Bite-sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about brilliant Black Americans who have been largely overlooked by our history books. We featured 12 different people in Season 1 of the program and will feature 12 all new Black Americans in Season 2. And, if you missed Season 1, both seasons will be available for purchase. Click here to be the first to receive the coupon code on Feb 1st when the program launches! Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode   Books edited or written by Veronica Chambers   New York Times Learning Network “Lesson of the Day: ‘Black Surfers Reclaim Their Place on the Waves'”   For info about Bakers Against Racism, read this newsletter by Veronica Chambers   “13th” documentary available on Netflix   Veronica Chambers' Instagram @vvchambers   Visit Veronica's website for additional information, including booking her for speaking events.   “The End of Policing” by Alex S. Vitale   “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” by Isabel Wilkerson    Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN  

TrapDraw Podcast – No Laying Up
Episode 170: Christopher Clarey on Tennis and the Masterful Roger Federer

TrapDraw Podcast – No Laying Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 84:07


In today's episode Randy speaks with writer/author Christopher Clarey of the New York Times and International Herald Tribune about the state of tennis heading into the year's first major, the Australian Open. The two then chat about the Christopher's wonderful biography of Roger Federer entitled, "The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer." Enjoy!(Note: this conversation was recorded before the Novak Djokovic situation entirely played out, so you won't get commentary specific to that)

Marching to Madness
Episode 726: Coach Bob Cantu

Marching to Madness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 34:08


In this episode of Marching to Madness, hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross welcome back coach Bob Cantu. Topics of discussion include: Coach Cantu's preparation for the next phase of his coaching career A look at the Pac-12 Thoughts on Gonzaga Top conferences ... and much more! About the Hosts: Blake Lovell has over 14 years of experience in sports media. His work has been featured on The New York Times, Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Rivals, Scout.com, Time Warner Cable, and many more. He covers national college basketball for College Hoops Watch and is the founder of SoutheastHoops.com. He's also a member of the USBWA. You can follow him on Twitter @theblakelovell. Ken Cross has a plethora of experience over 23 years in both print and broadcast journalism. He has worked in some capacity for ESPN Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, Yahoo! Sports Radio and many more. This includes coverage of college football, college basketball, Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic, and the Tampa Bay Lightning. His print and internet experiences include a college basketball writer and internet writer for Lindy's Sports Annuals and www.lindyssports.com, Streamline Media, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Field Level Media, and Rivals.com. He's the founder and editor of collegehoopswatch.com. You can follow him on Twitter @KennyBuckets333.

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Former Delta Force veteran and Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) BRAD TAYLOR, author of END OF DAYS

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 4:49


ABOUT BRAD TAYLOR AND END OF DAYS Brad Taylor was born on Okinawa, Japan, but grew up on 40-acres in rural Texas. Graduating from the University of Texas, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Infantry.. Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.), is a 21-year veteran of the U.S. Army Infantry and Special Forces, including eight years with the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment - Delta, popularly known as Delta Force, where he commanded multiple troops and a squadron. Taylor retired in 2010 after serving more than two decades and participating in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, as well as classified operations in Afghanistan and around the globe. His final military post was as Assistant Professor of Military Science at The Citadel. He holds a Master's in Defense Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School, with a concentration in Irregular Warfare. In 2011, Taylor published his debut novel, One Rough Man, which was an immediate success and launched the Pike Logan series. Now with 16 installments and more than 3 million copies sold, the series has consistently hit the New York Times bestseller list. When not writing, Taylor serves as a security consultant on asymmetric threats for various agencies. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with his wife and two daughters. In his latest novel End of Days, Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill have been quarantined in Charleston, sidelined for months because of Covid, they finally can tie the knot.The Israelis-Aaron and Shoshana- deliver a surprise wedding gift: a request to help with an unsanctioned surveillance mission to track down an assassin of a high-ranking Mossad official. On the mission, the Taskforce and the Israelis uncover a group of rogue operators within the Knights of Malta, a centuries-old charitable organization. And a mad zealot is trying to fulfill an ancient biblical prophecy hoping to put the Temple Mount under full control of Israel.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0929275KP/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0

Liberty Weekly - Libertarian, Ancap, & Voluntaryist Legal Theory from a Rothbardian Perspective
WHO's "Global Pandemic Treaty" is Global Biomedical Fascism Ep. 199

Liberty Weekly - Libertarian, Ancap, & Voluntaryist Legal Theory from a Rothbardian Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 59:46


In December, the UN met in its second-ever "Special Session" to discuss what they are calling a "Global Pandemic Treaty." In this session, it adopted a road map called "The World Together." This road map sets deadlines for the production and completion of a Global Pandemic Treaty. This treaty will strengthen preexisting legal obligations for member countries when a global health emergency is declared. In this week's episode, I break down this movement for a "Global Pandemic Treaty" and opine on whether this will be the mechanism that cements global biomedical fascism. Episode 199 of the Liberty Weekly Podcast is Brought to you by: Join Liberty Weekly and tons of your favorite creators on Rokfin for one low subscription fee! Liberty Weekly Subscribestar Rakuten Cash Back Referral Link Liberty Weekly Substack The Liberty Weekly Patreon Page: help support the show and gain access to tons of bonus content! Become a patron today! Liberty Weekly on Flote. Patreon Bonuses for Crypto! Show Notes: W.H.O. members agree to begin talks on a global pandemic treaty. - The New York Times (nytimes.com) Interview 1686 – James Corbett on the Year Behind and the Year Ahead : The Corbett Report World Health Assembly agrees to launch process to develop historic global accord on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response (who.int) Options for a Global Pandemic Treaty | The BMJ What is the missing ingredient in global pandemic preparedness and response? - The BMJ Pandemic simulation exercise spotlights massive preparedness gap | Hub (jhu.edu) About Event 201, a high-level pandemic exercise on October 18, 2019 (centerforhealthsecurity.org) International Health Regulations (IHR) | Division of Global Health Protection | Global Health | CDC International Health Regulations (IHR) | Division of Global Health Protection | Global Health | CDC About WHO WS 10 - A New Pandemic Treaty: The “Bretton Woods” Moment for Global Health? - YouTube

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
Tony Robbins Teaches You How to BREAK Your Negative Thinking and CHANGE Your Life For GOOD

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 57:13


Check out our sponsors: ButcherBox: Sign up at ButcherBox.com/impact Athletic Greens: Go to athleticgreens.com/impact and receive a FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase! InsideTracker: Get 25% off their entire store at insidetracker.com/impacttheoryOmbre Lab: To get $30 off -- go to: tryombre.com/Impact“I think anybody that gets wired to grow and give is gonna have a really fulfilling life. It doesn't matter what you choose to do, you're going to be alive, because you're going to make progress.” - Tony RobbinsTo say that Anthony Robbins is a legend is to say nothing at all.Beyond being a #1 New York Times bestselling author, Tony is also a founder, partner, or early investor in 100+ privately held businesses with combined sales exceeding $7 billion annually.He's been honored by Accenture as one of the top fifty business intellectuals in the world, having consulted and coached some of the world's greatest athletes, entertainers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and four US presidents.Finally, through his philanthropy and partnership with Feeding America, he has provided more than 800 million meals and is on track to provide 1 billion meals by 2025.And it isn't only his impressive list of credentials that made me so excited to have him as a guest on Impact Theory. Tony's books, talks, and live events have also had a profound impact on me, both personally and professionally.Our conversation ranged far and wide, covering everything from the secrets to true fulfillment in life to his deep research into the cutting edge of regenerative medicine.If you (like me) feel excited after what Tony shared in this episode, I encourage you to check out Tony's new book, Life Force: How New Breakthroughs in Precision Medicine Can Transform the Quality of Your Life & Those You Love: https://amzn.to/3qrXhDa SHOW NOTES:00:00 | Introduction02:14 | What Drives Tony to Write Deeply About Big Issues10:13 | Where is the Cutting Edge of Medicine in 2022?16:56 | How Tony Made a Huge Impact Despite the Pandemic21:09 | How to Deal With Weak Links in an Organization24:14 | On Destroying Limitations and Learning to Embrace Risk27:48 | The Foundations of a Culture of Weakness (And How to Overcome It)36:11 | The Most Important Pillar of Lasting Change43:37 | How Tony Continually Embraces Change48:15 | Tony's Ultimate Breakthrough 2022 Challenge54:36 | What Drives Tony to Learn DeeplyQUOTES:“Progress equals happiness. If you keep growing, you're going to feel alive. And if you keep growing, you're going to have more to give. And when you're growing and giving is when life is magnificent.” [25:45]“People need a new perspective. And you can't do it by just sitting and thinking - you've got to move your body, you've got to change your energy and your focus, because [with a] low level of energy, I don't give a damn how smart you are - you're not going to use all of your ability.” [34:57]“The one common denominator [of] people that are successful over a lifetime is the sustained hunger. Hunger is the number one factor.” [46:04]“I think anybody that gets wired to grow and give is gonna have a really fulfilling life. It doesn't matter what you choose to do, you're going to be alive, because you're going to make progress.” [47:24]“You've got to understand, anyone can learn anything if you can just break it down to its simple core.” [56:21]Follow Tony Robbins:Website: https://www.tonyrobbins.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/TonyRobbinsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TonyRobbinsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/TonyRobbinsOrder your copy of Life Force here: https://amzn.to/3qrXhDa Sign up for Tony's Ultimate Breakthrough 2022 Challenge: https://breakthrough2022.com

SIMPLE brand With Matt Lyles
Emily Morgan - Elevate Your Time Using Delegation

SIMPLE brand With Matt Lyles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 48:22


In this week's episode of the SIMPLE brand With Matt Lyles podcast I talk with Emily Morgan of Delegate Solutions!One of the lessons I teach leaders in simplifying what they do and becoming truly effective in their role is:“You should only do those things that only you can do. And everything else should be automated or delegated.” When you strip away all the things that you shouldn't be doing or those things that anyone else can do, and you focus on only those things that you can and should do, your accomplishments become exponentially larger.But it's not easy to strip those things away. And that's why it was such a big help for me to talk with Emily Morgan this week. Emily is a keynote speaker and the head of Delegate Solutions where they provide virtual executive support services and delegation coaching. And she's been featured in Forbes, HuffPost, The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, CNBC and many other outlets.Emily and I discuss her lessons on how you can better manage your time and priorities. And we discuss how you can use the right delegation strategies to free up your time and energy to do more of what you love - more of the work that only you can do. RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODEDelegate Solutions' site - it's a specially curated page just for SIMPLE brand listeners! 

Leave Your Mark
Skill Acquisition and Flow State the Passion of Chris Bertram

Leave Your Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 72:17


EP 248 features the Senior Director of Applied Neuroscience at EXOS, Chris Bertram.  Chris is also an Associate Professor at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV).  Chris specializes in creating environments that are designed to maximize learning, build resilience, and optimize performance under pressure. His academic and professional focus is in the area of skill acquisition and flow state with an emphasis on the nature of expertise and elite-level performance. Chris has published more than 70 scientific articles across the spectrum of human performance and has been featured in the Globe and Mail, The Vancouver Sun, the New York Times as well on the Golf Channel.  His work has encompassed a wide array of high-performing individuals including PGA Tour winners, collegiate National Champions, Olympic Champions, X-Games Champions, military leaders, special forces operators, as well as corporate leaders of Fortune 500 companies. Above all his accomplishments he is a father to his two girls Kelsey and Maggie, and husband to Kara. We had a great conversation about his life and his passion, enjoy!

In My Heart with Heather Thomson

Joy Bauer, MS, RDN, CDN, is one of the nation's leading health authorities. She is the nutrition and healthy lifestyle expert for the TODAY show and the host of NBC's Health + Happiness. She recently launched her own Amazon Live weekly show, Health, Happiness, Joy, where she answers viewers' questions in real-time and cooks up mouthwatering recipes. Joy is a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 14 bestsellers to her credit. Her latest book, Joy Bauer's Superfood! 150 Recipes For Eternal Youth, features delicious dishes to enhance health, boost energy and increase longevity. In the earlier part of her career, Joy was the Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, as well as the clinical dietitian for their neurosurgical team. One of Joy's most rewarding experiences was creating and implementing “Heart Smart Kids,” a health program for underprivileged children living in Harlem. Audible: Go to www.audible.com or text INMYHEART to 500-500 Ana Luisa: Go to www.shop.analuisa.com for up to 40% off. Feals: Go to www.Feals.com/INMYHEART to get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Coffee with a Journalist
Alexandra Levine, Politico

Coffee with a Journalist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 38:23


Alexandra S. Levine is a technology reporter for POLITICO focused on privacy and data issues in the U.S. and around the world. As of late, she has been most closely following political and policy debates around children's safety online and AI tools like facial recognition. Prior to joining POLITICO in 2019, Alexandra spent three years as a staff reporter at The New York Times. Tech. And when not on deadline, Alex can be found ghostwriting wedding toasts under the pseudonym, “The Toastess.” During the episode, Alex tells us about the wild array of pitches she receives, a lesson she learned from her professor in journalism school, her side career as a speechwriter, and more.

Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women
Deborah Feingold - Portrait / Celebrity Photographer

Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 53:44


Deborah Feingold happens to be one of the world's most lauded, respected, iconic photographers. She's captured images of everyone from Mick Jagger, to Prince, to Madonna to Barack Obama to John Boehner, to Danny Meyer. Her work has appeared in The Village Voice, New York Times, Rolling Stone, Newsweek. Deborah's skill and talent putting her subjects at ease has resulted in the kind of rare moments of honesty and intimacy that have become the hallmark of her work. This creative woman has lots of stories to share, so sit back and enjoy one truly fascinating conversation.

Fingers Crossed
These Four Steps Will Change Your Life: Reading the Four Agreements

Fingers Crossed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 84:47


This week on Fingers Crossed, Sierra and Kristee host their second "book club" episode! Today's book is "The Four Agreements" by Don Miguel Ruiz, a Toltec Wisdom & self-help book that has been on the New York Times' best-seller list for over a decade! They discuss the four different agreements outlined in the book, sharing their thoughts, experiences, and personal anecdotes, and as always, sharing the thoughts and opinions of their listeners as well. If you're on a journey of personal development & emotional growth, this book is a must read. Pull up a chair and join us for book club! https://www.thefouragreements.com/ Follow us on Instagram! @fingerscrossedpod @kristeevetter @sierramichellegreen Keep your fingers crossed! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fingers-crossed8/message

Amazing Business Radio
The Four CX Pillars Featuring Adrian Brady-Cesana

Amazing Business Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 28:27


Investing in Customer Experience and Success Teams  Shep Hyken interviews Adrian Brady-Cesana, author of The Four CX Pillars to Grow Your Business Now: The Customer Experience Manager Playbook, and host of The CXChronicles Podcast. They discuss the four CX pillars: team, tools, process, and feedback. Top Takeaways:   Adrian Brady-Cesana shares what every customer experience manager needs to have in their playbook, the four CX pillars for business growth. 1.    Team: Constantly train, evolve and optimize your CX team. Ask questions like: How are our CX team members hired? How are they trained? How are they retained? How does CX fit with the rest of the organization? 2.    Tools: The world has changed in terms of how we speak to our customers. It's not always in person anymore. Oftentimes, it's via phone, email, zoom calls, text message, etc. Each channel represents opportunities or challenges. Thinking about how you can pinpoint which tools will allow you to best serve your customer base is mission-critical for growth-focused companies. 3.    Process: Have a living playbook and a CX journey map. This could be as simple as a one-page document that gives everybody in the team clarity on what the expectations are. Your team should know where they can find consistent and up-to-date answers. 4.    Feedback: Collect, assess, and act on your customer & employee feedback to grow & scale your business. Take the time to share customer feedback with everyone in the organization - from the executives to the newest customer service rep. Some metrics may even lead to customer neglect. For example, a focus on Average Handle Time may lead to incomplete resolutions, striving for a larger customer support headcount may drain a company's resources. Quote:   "If you want to see a big impact, you have to work on it regularly. If you want to have a world-class team, you have to invest in that team on a weekly basis."   About:    Adrian Brady-Cesana has been working in customer experience, customer success, consulting with organizations for the past 15+ years. He is the author of The Four CX Pillars to Grow Your Business Now: The Customer Experience Manager Playbook, and host of The CXChronicles Podcast. Shep Hyken is a customer service and experience expert, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning keynote speaker, and your host of Amazing Business Radio.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

On The Range Podcast
”Stephen Hunter” Best Selling Author - On The Range Podcast # 140

On The Range Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 52:54


New York Times bestselling author joins the show.  Hosted by Mark Kelley and Rick Hogg.  Support the show by becoming a member of the OTR Patreon Page!  Or Donate at:  Support via PayPal  Kill Cliff ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR15   Vertx !Use PROMO CODE: OTR   Combat Flip Flops ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR25   Alpha Elite Performance ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR15   Battle Brothers Shaving Co ! Use PROMO CODE: OnTheRange15   Go visit the Patreon Page for exclusive content and training tips! Kelley Defense War HOGG Tactical Patreon On The Range Podcast Web Sites: warhogg.com www.kelleydefense.com   Instaragm: On The Range Podcast War HOGG Tactical Kelley Defense   #ontherangepodcast #rickhogg #markkelley   -Rick Hogg is a 29 year US Army Special Operation Combat Veteran. Rick has taken his 13 combat deployments, both in Iraq and Afghanistan, and teaching experience as a Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat instructor and harnessed them into War HOGG Tactical, Inc.   -Mark Kelley is a US Army Combat veteran and 29 year major city Law Enforcement Officer. Mark turned his military, tactical officer, and dignitary protection team leader experience into Kelley Defense. Mark has trained Military, Law Enforcement and civilian personnel.

Past Present
Episode 309: Wordle and the History of Word Games

Past Present

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 46:50


In this episode, Neil, Niki, and Natalia discuss the historical significance of the current craze over the online game Wordle. Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show:  When a Brooklyn software engineer designed a word game as an act of love, he didn't know Wordle would become an online phenomenon. Neil referred to this Smithsonian Magazine article on the history of the crossword puzzle and Niki to this history of mahjong.   In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: Natalia shared Stephanie H. Murray's The Week article, “Politics Closed American Schools Last Year. Now Politics Are Keeping Them Open.” Neil recommended Emily Hopkins and Melissa Sanchez' ProPublica article, “Chicago's ‘Race-Neutral' Traffic Cameras Ticket Black and Latino Drivers The Most.” Niki discussed John Ortved's New York Times article, “That Cloud of Smoke is Not a Mirage.”

Black Mass Appeal: For the Modern Satanist
Episode 113 - Lies & Misinformation

Black Mass Appeal: For the Modern Satanist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 136:21


The history of Satanism is bedeviled by misinformation, and in the age of social media, a lie can travel to Hell and back to avoid correction. As hopefully savvy digital consumers, how can we better train ourselves to separate fact from affliction?   SHOW LINKS FaustFest Sign-Ups TST MN: Warmer Than Hell Filter Magazing: Court-Ordered Into AA? You Could Use Sober Faction   Misinformation vs disinformation Misinformation is bad information spread by mistake Disinformation is bad information spread on purpose Bad actors need more people to amplify their message -- they may try to persuade an influencer to spread their disinformation as-is -- or as a “debunking.” Simply repeating a rumor can perpetuate it, add fuel to the fire, and even legitimize it. Imposter content: Using the names, logos of well-known, reputable outlets to steal credibility Weaponized content Content can be used out of context Old content is reshared as new, with new context Why do people fall for disinformation? Because they want to. People like things that confirm what they already believe, and reject information that challenges them.   Critical reading of the news Basic credulity – if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. This goes double for anything to do with money or products you see online. (Do not buy shit from Facebook ads!) Is it realistic? Would someone really say or do what the article is saying? Would you do that thing yourself? Would any reasonable person? Understand how headlines are written – usually by someone else, not the article writer, and therefore doesn't always encapsulate what the article actually says. It's meant to grab your attention – whether for good or bad. Opinion vs news – sometimes editorials look a lot like reporting. Slow down! Articles (and certainly their headlines) are meant to provoke emotion and a knee-jerk response. Ask yourself, why am I being made to feel this way? What reaction does the writer want me to have? What reaction do I actually have, once I have more time to process the information? Who owns what? Consider who really owns the website or publication you're reading. Who wrote the article? Have you heard of them before (do they even exist?), or read their other work? What do their previous stories tell you about them and their point of view? When was it written? This is one of the easiest to miss, especially on social media. Make sure the article isn't out of date – and if there's no date at all, be suspicious.  Who is the target audience? Was this written to appeal to a certain kind of person? Verify with other independent sources. Does the information fit with what you already know, or what you've read elsewhere? If you can only find one article that says something, that's a red flag. (And it doesn't count if all the other sources you find lead back to only the first article!) Read the original. This is especially important when it comes to science writing. News articles try to summarize super-long scientific studies in just a paragraph or two – they could be cherry-picking what the study says, or miss the point entirely. When you can, click through to the original study and check it out – and again, if there are no links to sources… that's a bad sign. What isn't being said? Not citing sources is the big one. But you have to ask questions of what you're reading. Most mainstream news sites at least try to offer a different perspective / counterpoint to the main narrative of their piece. For example, if a politician really said something inflammatory, there would be a reaction from an opposing party.    The wild west of unsourced shit on social media Social media is great for communicating with people you actually know – but be wary of accounts from people you've never heard of. If someone has shared what looks to be original content (i.e., not a link to an article on another publication), check their account to see if they seem legitimate. Who's doing the sharing? Is it a reporter? A politician? Some random person? A celebrity? Just because it's a big account or a famous person doesn't mean they're legit. There are lots of famous dummies out there. When was the account made? Brand-new accounts with no profile / cover pictures or friends / followers might be bots or sock puppet accounts.  What's their location? Are they geographically located close enough to what's said in the post / shown in the photo? There is a private group on Facebook for Satanic Bay Area that is for locals only (for privacy and planning reasons). People will request to join the group, and answer the question of whether they're local as “yes” – but their location on Facebook says otherwise. Or they don't have a location at all. That's when I go to their accounts and look at things like their place of work (maybe it has a location), the Pages they follow (if they like a lot of restaurants in Chicago, maybe that's where they're actually located), and even their photos (if they say they're from San Jose but they're posting pics of snow in their backyard… they ain't in San Jose). Is the photo altered? Even a skillful cropping can change the meaning of an image. Look for signs of Photoshopping. Use Google reverse image search / TinEye to find the pictures elsewhere on the web. Deepfake videos Cross-reference Google Maps / Instagram location tags for visual clues Check things like street signs, their colors, their fonts, etc. Does it match up with what you know of the city's street signs? Look for seasonal cues. Are the leaves the right color for that part of the year? What does the terrain, plants look like for a particular area? Image degradation: if you suspect the photo's not the original, see if there's blurriness, pixelation that indicates it was screenshotted and reshared.   Stop the cycle Don't share a story that might be untrue (duh). If you accidentally do, go ahead and delete it. If you want, maybe make a post discussing how you were fooled – but best not to leave the bad article up. If you see someone else sharing a story you know to be untrue, speak up (but don't be a dick). It is extreeeeeeeeemely difficult to dissuade someone from believing something.  When someone has internalized a belief and made it part of their identity, attacking that belief feels to them like you're attacking them personally. They become defensive and work even harder to justify that belief to themselves. The debunker becomes the bad guy, and any facts you present are written off as coming from biased sources. Instead, try asking questions. Where did you hear this information? Do you know the person who shared it? How did it make you feel when you read it or saw it? Have you ever heard of that happening before? Why do you think it's interesting or believable? Don't publicly humiliate them. Send them a private message or better yet, speak in person. Consider what else is going on in their life. Is there trouble at home or at work? These may be sources of anxiety they're unknowingly trying to soothe with conspiracies as a distraction. If you need to go low- or no-contact with someone, do what is best for yourself. But also consider that conspiracy believers are often socially isolated, and their conspiracy groups give them a sense of community. Perhaps engage on neutral topics – go ahead and comment on Aunt Shirley's cat pictures, but do not engage when she starts talking about the Flat Earth. Encourage them to spend less time online. Just taking a break from social media can loosen the grip it has over them. Spend time with them in person, away from triggers like television. Remind them of the hobbies and pastimes they used to enjoy before becoming entrenched in conspiracy. Set a good example. Sharing real, verifiable news – and mentioning why you know it's true – on social media can expose people to another point of view. But don't target your posts at anyone, or engage in arguments in the comments.  People who like to say they do “research” are more likely to believe an article they find themselves, as opposed to something sent to them. It's a kind of gamification of conspiracy theory. Sources:  The News Literacy Project: Understanding Misinformation and How to Talk to People Who Believe It Business Insider: Misinformation vs. disinformation: What to know about each form of false information, and how to spot them online New York Times: How to Talk to Friends and Family Who Share Conspiracy Theories Slate: How to Talk to QAnon Loved Ones This Thanksgiving  Rolling Stone: It's Not Q. It's You NPR: Illinois Is The First State To Have High Schools Teach News Literacy American Psychological Association: Controlling the spread of misinformation First Draft News Google News Initiative   GET IN TOUCH WITH BLACK MASS APPEAL Facebook Twitter Instagram Patreon Tabitha Slander's Instagram Discord server   SATANIC BAY AREA Website Facebook Twitter (as @SatanicSF) Instagram Sign up for Satanic Bay Area's newsletter On TikTok as DailyBaphirmations Coffee Hour is the third Thursday of every month from 6 – 8 pm at Wicked Grounds in San Francisco!

The Sakara Life Podcast
Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life with Dr. Joe Dispenza

The Sakara Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 61:55


In this episode, we sit down with New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Joe Dispenza to discuss the power we all possess to change our life through reframing our thoughts. His work is deeply rooted in science - combining epigenetics, neuroscience, and quantum physics - to explain how changing our thoughts can change us on a cellular level, thus creating a new reality and sense of self. We also discuss the power that we gain through becoming conscious of our unconscious programs and how this can create lasting and profound change. This insightful conversation with Dr. Dispenza will encourage you to lean into discomfort and reprogram your thoughts in order to transform your life for the better. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Creative Elements
#88: Tori Dunlap [Service] – Building an audience of millions on TikTok with Her First $100K

Creative Elements

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 66:16


Tori Dunlap is a nationally-recognized millennial money and career expert. After saving $100,000 at age 25, Tori quit her corporate job in marketing and founded Her First $100K to fight financial inequality by giving women actionable resources to better their money. She has helped over 800,000 women negotiate salaries, pay off debt, build savings, and invest.  A Plutus award winner, her work has been featured on Good Morning America, the Today Show, the New York Times, TIME, PEOPLE, New York Magazine, Forbes, CNBC, and more.   In this episode, we talk about Tori's start as a creator, what she's learned about what works on TikTok, her best advice for getting featured in major publications, and why Service is at the core of Tori's winning content strategy. Learn more about Her First $100K Follow Tori on Instagram Follow Tori on TikTok Follow Jay on Twitter Follow Creative Elements on Instagram Full transcript and show notes *** IF YOU LOVE CREATIVE ELEMENTS Leave me a voicemail Subscribe to weekly episode emails Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Leave a rating on Spotify Buy Me A Coffee *** ABOUT JAY CLOUSE Learn more about me Subscribe to my newsletter, Creative Companion Connect with me on Twitter Connect with me on Instagram Join #Tweet100 *** SPONSORS Sign up for ButcherBox Get a free month of Blinkist Premium *** FOR PODCASTERS Enroll in my podcasting workshop Enroll in my course on podcasting, Podcast Like The Pros Learn more about Podpage *** PODGLOMERATE NETWORK This show is a part of the Podglomerate network, a company that produces, distributes, and monetizes podcasts. We encourage you to visit the website and sign up for our newsletter for more information about our shows, launches, and events. For more information on how The Podglomerate treats data, please see our Privacy Policy.  Since you're listening to Creative Elements, we'd like to suggest you also try other Podglomerate shows surrounding entrepreneurship, business, and careers like Rocketship.fm and Freelance to Founder. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Business of Bouffe
Eat's Business Spécial Fêtes de Fin d'Année | Le retour du Champagne, Noël sans foie gras et la puissance politique du sucre

Business of Bouffe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 33:36


Le Figaro, Quand les animalistes veulent faire la peau au foie gras, 09/12/2021Quatre grandes villes ont déjà retiré le foie gras au menu de leurs réceptions sous la pression d'associations animalistes au premier rang desquels Peta.Dans un courrier envoyé à la mairie de Strasbourg, Peta écrit ainsi “en raison de la production importante de foie gras en Alsace, et de l'imminence de ses célèbres marchés de Noël – où des stands en font justement la promotion – un engagement officiel de votre part aurait un très fort impact! Ainsi, pourriez-vous mettre en place une politique interdisant de servir du foie gras dans vos locaux et lors des repas officiels offerts par la municipalité strasbourgeoise à diverses occasions?”. Peta a ainsi écrit un courrier similaire à une vingtaine de maires de grandes villes.Comme alternative au foie gras, les associations animalistes proposent de déguster du “faux gras”, qui est fabriqué à partir de tofu, champignon, levure et huile végétale.Si certains maires ont entendu le message de Peta et ont pris des décisions radicales (comme la maire de Strasbourg par exemple) il semble que les Français soient encore loin de passer au “faux gras”. D'après un sondage CSA pour le CIFOG publié récemment, 91% des personnes interrogées déclarent manger du foie gras et 75% ont l'intention de consommer du foie gras pour les fêtes cette année, soit 2 points de plus que l'an dernier.Par ailleurs, 14 associations, représentant plusieurs dizaines de milliers de chefs à travers tous les territoires de France et à l'international, se sont d'ores-et-déjà engagés auprès de la filière française du Foie Gras en signant le manifeste de soutien à la filière française du foie gras et un hashtag #TouchePasMonFoieGras a été lancé pour l'occasion. Les Échos, Les deux géants du foie gras Maïsadour et Euralis se rapprochent, 08/12/2021Alors que la filière foie gras a souffert ces dernières années suite à la multiplication des épidémies d'influenza aviaire, les deux leaders du secteur, les groupes coopératifs Euralis et Maisadour, réfléchissent à fusionner leurs pôles spécialisés dans le canard à foie gras. Les deux groupes représentent environ 45% de la production française de foie gras avec une production de 13 millions de canards gras chaque année. Les deux groupes ont également des marques fortes dans ce secteur : Delpeyrat et Comtesse du Barry (Maisadour) et Rougié et Maison Montfort (Euralis).L'article explique que la production de foie gras a quadruplé depuis le début des années 90 et que la filière souffre désormais de surproduction.Ils doivent toutefois obtenir l'aval des autorités de la concurrence pour un plan qui pourrait déboucher sur des restructurations Le Monde, La puissance politique du sucre, entre délices et dominations, 24/12/2021Un article très complet sur l'histoire du sucre et ses liens avec le capitalisme, la mondialisation, l'esclavagisme et la politique.Quelques chiffres pour commencer : entre le début du confinement et la fin du mois de mai 2020, les ventes de sucre ont augmenté de 30 % en France. Si la peur de la pénurie a probablement joué un rôle comme pour certains autres produits, une enquête réalisée par le Centre des sciences du goût et de l'alimentation a montré que cette période a favorisé le « manger émotionnel ».Comme le résume bien l'article, “le sucre raconte, à sa façon, la part intime de l'histoire des hommes et des femmes, de leurs joies et de leurs détresses, de leurs peurs et de leurs espoirs”. Mais surtout, “il est aussi, aux côtés des céréales, l'un des produits qui, à travers les siècles, décrit le mieux l'histoire des peuples, la violence des empires et la naissance d'une mondialisation dont il est un acteur central”. Le sucre a pendant longtemps été un “marqueur de distinction sociale et de richesse” et était réservé aux élites. Il est en effet source de plaisir et le goût sucré est devenu très tôt un marqueur social de pouvoir et un enjeu politico-religieux. Mais désormais il est présent dans tous les placards. A tel point que, depuis quarante ans, la recherche en sciences sociales s'interroge sur la raison pour laquelle “cet ingrédient jugé non essentiel aux besoins alimentaires cristallise autant les passions, au point de modeler les paysages et de peser sur les politiques publiques”.L'article propose ainsi un historique politique du sucre permettant de mieux comprendre l'ambivalence de nos comportements à son égard et d'éclairer l'origine des rapports de force dont il fait aujourd'hui l'objet.  Le Monde, Des ventes record pour les maisons de champagne, 10/12/20212020 a été une des pires années pour la filière champagne avec “des pertes de 20 % en moyenne par rapport à 2019” et, début 2021, le Comité interprofessionnel du vin de Champagne pensait qu'il faudrait plusieurs années au secteur pour s'en remettre. Et bien contre toute attente 2021 s'annonce comme une année record.C'est ce que confirme Fabrice Rosset, PDG des champagnes Deutz, qui explique “en près de cinquante ans de métier, je n'ai jamais vécu une période semblable !”. Les conséquences sont visibles : ruptures de stock un peu partout dans les grandes marques, demandes de pays étrangers qui ne sont pas satisfaites, tensions sur le marché, des cavistes français qui ne reçoivent pas la marchandise qu'ils ont commandée… Cela se traduit évidemment au niveau des chiffres. Pour Deutz, c'est une hausse de 80 % des ventes pour la cuvée classique et de 40 % pour la cuvée prestige. Et au niveau de l'entreprise, comme le précise le PDG,“+ 35 % au global par rapport à 2019, qui était notre année record. En chiffre d'affaires global, par rapport à 2020, alors que la réouverture des frontières n'est pas totale et, même si tous les indicateurs ne sont pas au beau fixe, nous dépassons les 60 %”.Parmi les explications avancées sur les performances exceptionnelles de cette année : la consommation mondiale de 2020 aurait été supérieure aux expéditions des maisons de champagne. En d'autres termes, les grossistes, importateurs et cavistes ont vendu leurs bouteilles et laissé leurs stocks baisser. Ils ne les auraient reconstitués qu'en 2021. Autre explication : l'explosion du e-commerce, en France mais surtout à l'étranger où les ventes en ligne ont été multipliées par quatre dans certains pays. Enfin les habitudes des consommateurs dans certains pays ont évolué. C'est ce qu'explique Quentin Meurisse, directeur marketing pour les maisons Mumm et Perrier-Jouët, “Aux Etats-Unis, la cuvée Mumm “Grand Cordon ” est habituellement bue au restaurant. Pour la première fois, à cause des confinements, les Américains l'ont commandée en ligne et consommée à la maison. Quand les restaurants ont rouvert, ils y ont à nouveau acheté nos bouteilles mais ils ont aussi continué à en boire chez eux”. CNBC, People are paying top dollar for cocktails with no alcohol in them, 09/12/2021En 2020, l'industrie des boissons sans alcool a connu une croissance fulgurante, les consommateurs délaissant les soirées arrosées pour privilégier leur santé et leur bien-être. Alors que certaines personnes réduisent complètement leur consommation, d'autres optent pour des boissons qui ont le même goût que leurs boissons préférées, mais sans alcool.Mais la plupart des consommateurs de ces boissons n'abandonnent cependant pas l'alcool pour de bon. Selon une étude réalisé par IWSR, 58 % des consommateurs de boissons sans alcool ou à faible teneur en alcool continuent de boire de l'alcool, mais avec modération.Aux Etats-Unis, selon des données de NielsenIQ, les ventes de boissons non alcoolisées ont augmenté de 33,2 % en 2020, pour atteindre 331 millions de dollars. Les ventes de bière et de cidre non alcoolisés ont augmenté de 31,7 %, mais surtout les ventes de spiritueux non alcoolisés ont augmenté de 113,4 % au cours de la même période.Parmi les sociétés proposant des spiritueux sans alcool, l'article cite la société CleanCo. L'article parle également de Lyre's, une start-up fondée en 2019 et qui vient de boucler une levée de fonds de 20 millions de livres en novembre. L'entreprise est désormais évaluée à 270 millions de livres. New York Times, How Will Americans Eat in 2022? The Food Forecasters Speak, 28/12/2021Comme à chaque début d'année, chacun s'adonne à l'exercice des prévisions. Le New York Times en proposent certaines récoltées auprès d'experts du secteur. Pour cette année, comme le résume bien Anna Fabrega, qui a récemment pris la direction du service d'abonnement aux repas Freshly, “la contrainte engendre l'innovation”.Selon elle et d'autres experts de l'industrie alimentaire aux États-Unis, 2022 sera de nouveau une année pragmatique façonnée par les besoins des personnes qui travaillent à domicile et par la génération Z, culinairement astucieuse mais capricieuse, dont les membres veulent des aliments contenant des ingrédients durables et une histoire culturelle forte, préparés sans exploitation et livrés de manière neutre en carbone dans les 30 minutes.Voici les prédictions mentionnées dans l'article :Ingrédient de l'année : les champignons figurent sur de nombreuses listes de prédictions, sous presque toutes les formes, des champignons psilocybines (suite au regain d'intérêt pour les substances psychédéliques) aux pleurotes qui sont utilisées comme substituts végétaux aux coquilles Saint-Jacques.Boisson de l'année : les boissons des années 1980 (Tequila Sunrise, les Long Island Iced Tea…) reviennent en force remaniés avec des jus frais, moins de sucre et des alcools de meilleure qualité. Autre tendance : l'essor des “éco spiritueux”, fabriqués à partir d'ingrédients provenant de fermes locales ou de déchets alimentaires et emballés et expédiés selon des méthodes respectueuses du climat.La viande de poulet cultivée en laboratoire : les poulets à base de plantes proposés par des entreprises comme Impossible Foods et Beyond Meat sont arrivés récemment dans les épiceries et les restaurants.Les algues à la rescousse : le varech pousse rapidement, présente un profil nutritionnel intéressant et élimine le dioxyde de carbone de l'atmosphère et l'azote de l'océan. En conséquence, le varech d'élevage va dépasser le stade du dashi et des menus de certains restaurants haut de gamme pour se retrouver dans des aliments de tous les jours comme les pâtes.Nostalgie des bonbons : les nostalgies d'enfance de la Chine (le bonbon White Rabbit et les flocons de grésil) et de la Corée du Sud (la friandise en forme de nid d'abeille ppopgi et les pailles Apollo) feront leur chemin dans les caddies et les recettes de desserts et de boissons des Américains.La montée en puissance du robusta : face à l'envolée des prix de l'arabica, le robusta, qui est moins cher et plus facile à cultiver, va revenir en force. On le trouve notamment au Vietnam et en conséquence un nouveau style de café vietnamien est en train d'apparaître dans de nombreuses villes américaines.Une vaisselle savoureuse : la qualité des cuillères, baguettes, assiettes, bols et tasses comestibles augmente et leur prix diminue, ce qui marque le début d'une véritable révolution des emballages comestibles.La saveur de l'année : l'hibiscus, qui ajoute sa teinte cramoisie et sa saveur acidulée et terreuse à tout, des cocktails aux sodas en passant par les crudités et les yaourts.L'Inde en point de mire : les aliments régionaux de l'Inde feront l'objet d'une grande attention, avec des plongées approfondies dans les plats du Gujarat, du Kerala, du Cachemire, du Tamil Nadu et de la région d'Awadh.L'ambiance de l'année : un intérêt croissant pour la nature historique et culturelle de la nourriture et son impact sur le climat ne fera qu'ajouter à ce que les prévisionnistes disent être un nouvel accent sur la gentillesse et la compréhension.Au-delà des grandes tendances, l'article met en avant certaines autres tendances naissantes : le bacon Koji, l'alcool chinois baijiu, la soupe de nouilles laksa, le riz jollof, les graines prendront le pas sur les noix en tant que source alternative de protéines, un regain d'intérêt pour les fromages sans lait provenant d'un animal, le lait de pomme de terre, le moringa, les plats de petit-déjeuner taïwanais, le thé et les olives.  Pour vous abonner à la newsletter Eat's Businesshttps://businessofbouffe.com/revue-de-presse-eats-business-newsletter

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
PGK-Episode 154: Should Your Child Get the Covid Vaccine? (with guest Dr. Marty Makary)

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 34:43


Dr. Marty Makary is a New York Times best-selling author, a Johns Hopkins physician and a public health researcher. With over 250 scientific articles published, Dr. Makary was elected to the National Academy of Medicine as Editor-in-Chief of MedPage Today. Listen in as Dr. Makary and Dr. Meeker discuss the pressing issue of vaccination amongst America's youth. The two share their professional opinions, backed by years of research, to help parents make an educated opinion that's best for their children.  MEG and DR. MARTY MAKARY  (PART 1) Dr. Makary and Dr. Meeker share their doctoral perspectives on the covid vaccine as it pertains to children including: The government mishandling of vaccines Who should receive the covid vaccine  The political agenda behind the mass-vaccination push  The ethics of requiring an individual to get the vaccine for somebody else's sake Misconceptions regarding masks  The psychological effect of the pandemic on children BREAK   MEG and GUEST DR. MARTY MAKARY (PART 2) Dr. Makary explains how a lack of research regarding Covid treatments and protocols has led to political opinions filling in the gap with what research now proves to be misinformation. Both doctors discuss the government's overreach that poses an ongoing threat to the licenses of medical professionals. Dr. Makary and Dr. Meeker also unpack the research that has been done regarding the psychological effects of this pandemic on children.  FROM THE PRODUCER Thanks for listening to Episode 154, Should Your Child Get the Covid Vaccine?, and for helping Dr. Meg's parenting revolution reach more than SIX MILLION downloads! Subscribe, rate, and leave a review for us on iTunes! Get Social with Dr. Meg on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @MegMeekerMD Dr. Meg's parenting resources and tools are available at www.meekerparenting.com.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
Colleen Hoover, REMINDERS OF HIM: A Novel

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 21:07


"Every single time I sit down and write a book, I feel like I have no idea what I'm doing." Colleen Hoover, the New York Times-bestselling author of twenty-two novels, joins Zibby to discuss her latest book, Reminders of Him. Colleen shares how she's adopted her sense imposter as part of the writing process, her reaction to the renewal of interest in her backlist, and what she's done to make sure writing has never felt like a job. Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3nyRTfzBookshop: https://bit.ly/3fv7gBdSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders

Today, LionTree Chairman and CEO Aryeh B. Bourkoff and public markets lead Leslie Mallon discuss their expectations for 2022, reflected through the lens of Aryeh's year-end letter, "Unlock with Purpose," which can be read here (https://liontree.com/-/media/LTSaberTooth/YearEnd2021/LionTree-2021-Year-End-Letter-files/LionTree_YE_Letter_2021_vF.pdf). This annual conversation provides unique insight into the themes that will dominate the next 12 months, and spans everything from the state of play around IPOs and SPACs to the evolution of web 3.0 and the sports sector. A great way to start your year!Find and rate KindredCast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. For more content, follow KindredCast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. You can hear our radio show on SiriusXM Business Radio, channel 132 and on United Airlines. And you can find all of Kindred Media's podcasts and subscribe to our daily newsletter, “Take a Break with Kindred Media,” here (https://linktr.ee/KindredMediaHQ).Please read before listening: http://www.liontree.com/podcast-notices.htmlSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Smart People Podcast
Peter Bregman & Howie Jacobson - Four Steps to Help Others Change

Smart People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 65:03


Peter Bregman is an author and the CEO of Bregman Partners. Peter is recognized as the #1 executive coach by Leading Global Coaches.Howie Jacobson, PhD, is Director of Coaching at Bregman Partners and Head Coach at the Healthy Minds Initiative. He is the host of the Plant Yourself podcast, and contributing author of the New York Times bestseller Whole.Peter and Howie's book is available now: You Can Change Other People: The Four Steps to Help Your Colleagues, Employees—Even Family—Up Their Game.Read more about Peter and Howie at: bregmanpartners.com.Support the Show - Become a Patron!Help us grow and become a Patron today: https://www.patreon.com/smartpeoplepodcastSponsors:Athletic Greens - Get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/SMART.Tonic - Try Tonic and get 20% off your order. Visit tonicvibes.com/smartpeople.Donate:Donate here to support the show!

Current Affairs
Has "Wokeness" Become a "Religion"?

Current Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 39:32


In this contentious conversation, Nathan speaks to Prof. John McWhorter about his book Woke Racism: How a New Religion Has Betrayed Black America. Prof. McWhorter is a linguist at Columbia University, regular New York Times contributor, and host of the Lexicon Valley podcast. His book argues that anti-racist social justice ideology is properly described as a "religion" and that its practitioners are beyond reasoning with. It's a thesis Nathan takes serious issue with and the conversation illuminates deep points of disagreement on questions like:- Whether something having "religious" qualities makes it irrational- Whether the people Prof. McWhorter describes are really "beyond reason" - Whether Prof. McWhorter's characterization of several incidents of excesses by "woke religion" are presented fairly and accurately - If the California Education Department's new mathematics teaching framework really does, as Prof. McWhorter argues, constitute an abandonment of standards of rigor - Whether it's right to say that certain questions are "off limits" - Whether Eminem disproves the idea that there is a prohibition on white people participating in Black culture - Whether Prof. McWhorter has tried hard enough to engage empathetically with those he disagrees with The conversation is brief, as Prof. McWhorter had a limited amount of time available, but touches on many of Prof. McWhorter's most provocative theses. 

3 Books With Neil Pasricha
Chapter 95: Bess Kalb on kvetching over koans and kindling comic kinship

3 Books With Neil Pasricha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 115:51


“Why are women, who have the whole male world at their mercy, not funny? Please do not pretend to know what I am talking about.”   So begins a 2007 Vanity Fair article by Christopher Hitchens called “Why Women Aren't Funny”.   College student Bess Kalb picked up a copy of the magazine, read it on her train ride from New York to Rhode Island, and, in her words, “became radicalized.” She decided then and there to drop out of school and become a comedy writer. She scored an internship with The Colbert Report and then (“because I'm an anxious Jew who is the daughter of two anxious Jews”) went back to finish her degree before working for Jimmy Kimmel for eight years. (And scoring a few awards while working there!) She then puts out a “ghost memoir” in 2020 called Nobody Will Tell You This But Me which becomes a big New York Times bestseller and ranked one of the best books of the year by Vogue, Forbes, Wired and others. (Jodi Picoult said “I have not been so profoundly moved by a book in years.”)   Today Bess Kalb is 34 years old. She lives in Hollywood with one kid and another on the way. And she is a truly prolific comedic genius. She's been nominated for an Emmy and a Writer's Guild Award and has also written for The Academy Awards, The Democratic National Convention, and her incredible special Yearly Departed (where she is Creator, Executive Producer, and Head Writer).   Do you know Yearly Departed?   Leslie and I loved it. You can stream it on Amazon Prime. (2020 or 2021!) Bess came up with the idea of developing a comic sendoff to 2020 with a mock funeral featuring female comics, each coming onstage to give short eulogies to parts of the year. Tiffany Haddish shows up. Sarah Silverman shows up. Dulcé Sloan shows up. Jane Fonda shows up. It's a huge hit and she pulls it off again in 2021. It's fresh and funny and creates wonderfully necessary sign-posts as we navigate the (hopefully?) tail-end of this horrible pandemic.   With the brilliant full moon above our heads let's sit down with the equally brilliant Bess Kalb to talk about: how we keep anxiety at bay, how we help dismantle celebrity culture, what is one way to define success after making it up the ladder, how might we think about “diversity hiring”, what gender norms are baked into the comedy that we consume, what is a structurally perfect joke, what might a fake male virtual assistant buy you, and much, much, more, including the amazing Bess Kalb's 3 most formative books.   Let's flip the page into Chapter 95 now…   What You'll Learn: How can we keep our anxiety at bay? How can we ditch celebrity culture? What gender norms are baked into the comedy we consume? What is a structurally perfect joke? What can a virtual male assistant buy you? What's one way to define career success? How do we take down boy's clubs?   You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.3books.co/chapters/95    Leave us a voicemail. Your message may be included in a future chapter: 1-833-READ-A-LOT.   Sign up to receive podcast updates here: https://www.3books.co/email-list    3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover and discuss the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter discusses the 3 most formative books of one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Brené Brown, David Sedaris, Malcolm Gladwell, Angie Thomas, Cheryl Strayed, Rich Roll, Soyoung the Variety Store Owner, Derek the Hype Man, Kevin the Bookseller, Vishwas the Uber Driver, Roxane Gay, David Mitchell, Vivek Murthy, Mark Manson, Seth Godin, Judy Blume and Quentin Tarantino. 3 Books is published on the lunar calendar with each of the 333 chapters dropped on the exact minute of every single new moon and every single full moon all the way up to 5:21 am on September 1, 2031. 3 Books is an Apple "Best Of" award-winning show and is 100% non-profit with no ads, no sponsors, no commercials, and no interruptions. 3 Books has 3 clubs including the End of the Podcast Club, the Cover to Cover Club, and the Secret Club, which operates entirely through the mail and is only accessible by calling 1-833-READ-A-LOT. Each chapter is hosted by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Two-Minute Mornings, etc. For more info check out: https://www.3books.co

Orange Lounge Radio
Orange Lounge Radio 899 - 1/16/2022

Orange Lounge Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 128:27


We reflect back on 2021 and some of our games of the year, as well as some of the lower points of the year in gaming. We look ahead to 2022 with some predictions for the year, then get into our gaming weeks. We also discuss the news headlines, which include a major acquisition of a mostly mobile gaming company by Take Two. Were they really worth that much, or are there some crazy casual games we aren't considering enough? Our live chat joins in the discussion on another week of the longest running video game podcast, Orange Lounge Radio!   Also in the News: * New York Times reports on NFTs and Angry Gamers * FFXIV to go back on sale after a Month * Some Gaming Companies try 4 day Workweek * Lego Delays Overwatch 2 Set   All this and more on the show where EVERY gamer has a voice-- Orange Lounge Radio! LIVE on the VOG Network, Sunday nights at 6 Pacific, 9 Eastern www.vognetwork.com Twitter: @olr Mailbag: participate (at) orangeloungeradio dot com

Dave Lee on Investing
Is this the new face of TSLAQ & Tesla FUD? (Ep. 497)

Dave Lee on Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 7:07


Guy pays for a full-page ad in the New York Times to ban Tesla's full-self driving beta program, but will it backfire? https://twitter.com/RealDanODowd/status/1482624891308605440 #Tesla #TSLA #Investing Social

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters
The Death of Press Freedom in Hong Kong

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 28:03


Hong Kong used to have one of the most vibrant media ecosystems in all of Asia. But not today.  There is an ongoing crackdown on independent media in Hong Kong. Outlets large and small are being shut down, ostensible for violating newly enacted laws intended to suppress the pro-democracy movement.  On the line with me from Hong Kong to discuss the plight of independent media there is Austin Ramzy of the New York Times.  "For the Love of Hong Kong: A Memoir from My City Under Siege" by Hana Meihan Davis Austin Ramzy's New York Times story

Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder
How Modern Science and Ancient Wisdom Can Help Unlock the Human Voice with Maryn Azoff

Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 87:47


Welcome to the Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder. My goal is to help you develop a holistic lifestyle based on Four Cornerstone philosophy - food, body, emotional wellbeing and spiritual growth.  This holistic approach will help you feel good, which I define as being connected to your most authentic, highest self. And this is the place from which your energy, confidence, creativity, true power and true beauty will start to explode. Every week we provide you with interviews from top experts in their field or a solocast from yours truly to support you in living your most beautiful, healthy and joyful life.  I'm your host, Kimberly Snyder. Founder of Solluna, New York Times bestselling author, holistic wellness & spiritual teacher.

Lunch Therapy
Tejal Rao's Old School Hippie-Dippie Veggie Burger

Lunch Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 57:55


Tejal Rao is The New York Times' restaurant critic for California, a cooking columnist for The New York Times Magazine, and the author of the Times' weekly vegetarian newsletter, The Veggie. In today's session, Tejal opens up about losing her sense of taste and smell when she had Covid, what it felt like to get it back, how she's adjusted to life in Los Angeles, and being a picky eater as a child. We also cover the start of her career as a food critic, how she goes about writing a review, whether she worries about hurting a chef's feelings, going with her mom to Noma Tokyo and eating raw shrimp covered with ants (spoiler: her mom liked it!), and setting the internet on fire with her article claiming that California's bagels are better than New York's (I agree). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
Nikole Hannah-Jones on her triumphs and trolls

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 19:47


Two years ago, Nikole Hannah-Jones launched “The 1619 Project,” a collection of New York Times Magazine articles, photography and podcasts. That project became a launching point to talk about Black people's roles in shaping the United States. Hannah-Jones has been praised and vilified for her work ever since.Today, we share highlights from a L.A. Times Book Club chat between Hannah-Jones and L.A. Times executive editor Kevin Merida. They talked about how Black people can be patriotic despite centuries of mistreatment … and about using mountains of research to get back at haters. More reading:Nikole Hannah-Jones dives into the origins and language of ‘The 1619 Project'Nikole Hannah-Jones became a political target. What she's learned from the ‘hurtful' attacksHoward-bound Nikole Hannah-Jones plans to ‘even the playing field' for HBCUs. Here's how 

Mind Over Murder
NEW: Malcom X Exonerations

Mind Over Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 40:44


Join "Mind Over Murder" podcast hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley as we discuss the case of Malcolm X, the civil rights leader who was assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom in Washington Heights, New York City on February 21, 1965. Two men were recently exonerated in Malcolm X's murder: Muhammad Aziz (born Norman Butler), 83, and the late Khalil Islam, born Thomas Johnson, who died in 2009. It appears that both the New York Police Department and the FBI withheld information that would have cleared these men of involvement at their 1966 murder trial. They spent a combined total of 42 years in prison for a murder they did not commit.NY Times: 2 Men Convicted of Killing Malcolm X Will Be Exonerated After Decadeshttps://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/17/nyregion/malcolm-x-killing-exonerated.htmlNY Times: Exoneration Is ‘Bittersweet' for Men Cleared in Malcolm X's Murderhttps://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/18/nyregion/khalil-islam-muhammad-aziz-exonerated.htmlInnocence Project: Historic and Long Overdue Exonerations of Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam for the 1965 Assassination of Malcolm Xhttps://innocenceproject.org/historic-exonerations-muhammad-aziz-khalil-islam-1965-assassination-of-malcolm-x/New Article in Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for Answers, Hope DNA Advances will Solve Case By Em Holter and Abigail Adcoxhttps://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-colonial-parkway-murders-anniversary-1024-20211022-76jkpte6qvez7onybmhbhp7nfi-story.htmlNew Article in Medium: The Colonial Parkway Murders — A Tale of Two Killers? By Quinn Zanehttps://medium.com/unburied/the-colonial-parkway-murders-a-tale-of-two-killers-1e8fda367a48Washington Post: "Crimes of Passion"https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1997/08/15/crimes-of-passion/0a38e8f9-6d04-48e4-a847-7d3cba53c363/New feature article in the Daily Beast: "Inside the Maddening Search for Virginia's Colonial Parkway Serial Killer" By Justin Rohrlichhttps://www.thedailybeast.com/what-happened-to-cathleen-thomas-and-rebecca-dowski-inside-the-hunt-for-the-colonial-parkway-killerCitizens! Check out our new line of "Mind Over Murder" t-shirts and other good stuff !https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-over-murder-podcast?ref_id=23885Washington Post Op-Ed Piece by Deidre Enright of the Innocence Project:"The FBI should use DNA, not posters, to solve a cold-case murder" https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/06/25/julie-williams-laura-winans-unsolved-murder-test-dna/Oxygen: "Loni Coombs Feels A Kinship To 'Lovers' Lane' Victim Cathy Thomas"Loni Coombs felt an immediate connection to Cathy Thomas, a groundbreaking gay woman who broke through barriers at the U.S. Naval Academy before she was brutally murdered along the Colonial Parkway in Virginia.https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/loni-coombs-feels-a-kinship-to-colonial-parkway-victim-cathy-thomasCrimeCon will be held April 29-May 1, 2022 in Las Vegas. We will both be there!Details: https://www.crimecon.com/cc22You can contribute to help "Mind Over Murder" do our important work:https://mindovermurderpodcast.com/supportCheck out Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastJoin the Colonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 14,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase4 episodes on the Colonial Parkway Murders are available on Oxygen as "The Lover's Lane Murders." The series is available on the free Oxygen app, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, and many other platforms. https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders Oxygen" "Who Were The Colonial Parkway Murder Victims? 8 Young People All Killed In Virginia Within 4 Years" https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders/crime-news/who-were-the-colonial-parkway-murder-victims Washington Post Magazine: "Victims, Families and America's Thirst for True-Crime Stories." "For Bill Thomas, his sister Cathy's murder is a deeply personal tragedy. For millions of true-crime fans, it's entertainment." https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/magazine/wp/2019/07/30/feature/victims-families-and-americas-thirst-for-true-crime-stories/Daily Press excellent series of articles on the Colonial Parkway Murders: "The Parkway" http://digital.dailypress.com/static/parkway_cottage/main/index.htmlColonial Parkway Murders website: https://colonialparkwaymurders.com Mind Over Murder Podcast website: https://mindovermurderpodcast.comPlease subscribe and rate us at your favorite podcast sites. Ratings and reviews are very important. Please share and tell your friends!We launch a new episode of "Mind Over Murder" every Monday morning, and a bonus episode every Thursday morning.Sponsors: Othram and DNAsolves.comContribute Your DNA to help solve cases: https://dnasolves.com/user/registerFollow "Mind Over Murder" on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MurderOverFollow Bill Thomas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillThomas56Follow "Colonial Parkway Murders" on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/Follow us on InstaGram:: https://www.instagram.com/colonialparkwaymurders/Check out the entire Crawlspace Media network at http://crawlspace-media.com/All rights reserved. Mind Over Murder, Copyright Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley, Another Dog Productions/Absolute Zero Productions

HORSE
Ep. 93: Let's Handle This Like Men…On Instagram

HORSE

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 59:40


Full Court Press: The Knicks Make A Trade, The Bulls Go On A Winning Stream And Devin Booker Beefs With A Raptor 3-on-3: The Three Best Second Round Draft Picks/Undrafted Players In NBA History That Actually Happened: The Chicago Bulls Saga Of The Three Alphas And Also: Saddles And Such, Hibiscus, The Tea Memorial Locker Room, Jansport Backpacks, Dancingly Yours, Basketballroom, Youppi, Safeway, Schubes' Bad Boy Phase, Bet On Yourself Fred, Dad Strength, Variabulls, Players Only Meetings, Conch Shells, Bull Horns, Camming And Slamming    Sponsors: The Recount:  Sticking to just sports in 2021 is impossible. Sports don't just affect our culture but drive our culture, which is why LZ Granderson & Will Leitch bring you a brand new, not just any old sports podcast: “The Long Game with LZ & Leitch.” “The Long Game with LZ & Leitch" dives into the most important topics that are at the intersection of sports, business, politics, and culture. New episodes are out every Wednesday!   BetterHelp: Get matched easily with a licensed, board-accredited counselor today. More than 3000 therapists with 38 million+ counseling sessions are ready to help you! Get 10% off your first month at www.betterhelp.com/horse.    Find Us Online - website: horsehoops.com - patreon: patreon.com/horsehoops - twitter: twitter.com/horse_hoops - instagram: instagram.com/horsehoops - facebook: facebook.com/horsehoops - multitude: multitude.productions   HORSE is hosted by Mike Schubert and Adam Mamawala. Created by Eric Silver and Mike Schubert. Edited by Mischa Stanton. Theme song by Bettina Campomanes. Art by Allyson Wakeman. Website by Kelly Schubert.   About Us On HORSE, we don't analyze wins and losses. We talk beefs, dig into Internet drama, and have fun. The NBA is now a 365-day league and it's never been more present in pop culture. From Kevin Durant's burner accounts to LeBron taking his talents anywhere to trusting the Process, the NBA is becoming a pop culture requirement. At the same time, sports can have gatekeepers that make it insular and frustrating for people who aren't die hard fans. We're here to prove that basketball is entertaining to follow for all fans, whether you're actively watching the games or not. Recently featured in The New York Times!

Ask Dr. Drew
Alex Berenson: How Coronavirus Hysteria Took Over Our Government, Rights & Lives – Ask Dr. Drew – Episode 66

Ask Dr. Drew

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 71:39


Alex Berenson covered the drug industry as a reporter for the New York Times. He is an Edgar Award–winning writer of bestselling thrillers and a freelance journalist. His newest title "Pandemia: How Coronavirus Hysteria Took Over Our Government, Rights, and Lives" is filled with a thorough investigation on COVID-19. [This episode originally aired on November 29, 2021] Follow Alex Berenson at http://www.alexberenson.com/ and https://alexberenson.substack.com/  Ask Dr. Drew is produced by Kaleb Nation ( https://kalebnation.com) and Susan Pinsky (https://twitter.com/FirstLadyOfLove). SPONSORS • BLUE MICS – After more than 30 years in broadcasting, Dr. Drew's iconic voice has reached pristine clarity through Blue Microphones. But you don't need a fancy studio to sound great with Blue's lineup: ranging from high-quality USB mics like the Yeti, to studio-grade XLR mics like Dr. Drew's Blueberry. Find your best sound at https://drdrew.com/blue  • HYDRALYTE – “In my opinion, the best oral rehydration product on the market.” Dr. Drew recommends Hydralyte's easy-to-use packets of fast-absorbing electrolytes. Learn more about Hydralyte and use DRDREW25 at checkout for a special discount at https://drdrew.com/hydralyte  • ELGATO – Every week, Dr. Drew broadcasts live shows from his home studio under soft, clean lighting from Elgato's Key Lights. From the control room, the producers manage Dr. Drew's streams with a Stream Deck XL, and ingest HD video with a Camlink 4K. Add a professional touch to your streams or Zoom calls with Elgato. See how Elgato's lights transformed Dr. Drew's set: https://drdrew.com/sponsors/elgato/  THE SHOW: For over 30 years, Dr. Drew Pinsky has taken calls from all corners of the globe, answering thousands of questions from teens and young adults. To millions, he is a beacon of truth, integrity, fairness, and common sense. Now, after decades of hosting Loveline and multiple hit TV shows – including Celebrity Rehab, Teen Mom OG, Lifechangers, and more – Dr. Drew is opening his phone lines to the world by streaming LIVE from his home studio in California. On Ask Dr. Drew, no question is too extreme or embarrassing because the Dr. has heard it all. Don't hold in your deepest, darkest questions any longer. Ask Dr. Drew and get real answers today. This show is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All information exchanged during participation in this program, including interactions with DrDrew.com and any affiliated websites, are intended for educational and/or entertainment purposes only.

How to Money
Affordable Home-Cooked Meals that are Good Enough with Leanne Brown #463

How to Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 60:57


We all have friends who have different specialties- different areas of expertise. For instance you know who to call if you need a plumber recommendation, or you know which friend has the best beach recommendations on the gulf- well Leanne Brown is our go-to person when it comes to eating really well, but for less. Leanne is our ‘friend in the kitchen' and her New York Times bestseller “Good and Cheap” is now free and has been downloaded millions of times. And now her new cookbook “Good Enough” was just published last week- it's a mix of essays, personal stories, and delicious recipes as she also acknowledges the fear and anxiety many have when it comes to cooking. She explains how eating great isn't about expensive gadgets or ingredients, how we all need some low-effort meals in our repertoire, picky eaters, meal delivery services, and more! During this episode we enjoyed a BA Stout by Easy Chair Brewing Garage- a big thanks to Jess for donating this delicious craft beer to the podcast! And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you're not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money! Best friends out! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Optimal Relationships Daily
1212: 4 Toxic Behaviors that Tear Couples Apart by Angel Chernoff of Marc And Angel on Relationship Counseling

Optimal Relationships Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 12:33


Angel Chernoff of Marc and Angel shares 4 toxic behaviors that tear couples apart Episode 1212: 4 Toxic Behaviors that Tear Couples Apart by Angel Chernoff of Marc And Angel on Relationship Counseling Marc and Angel Chernoff are New York Times bestselling authors, professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having "one of the most popular personal development blogs." Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they've spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace. Marc and Angel's New York Times bestselling book, Getting Back to Happy: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Reality, and Turn Your Trials into Triumphs, is a guide to spark sustainable action - and to return to whenever needed. It's available online at http://www.marcandangel.com/book/ and on Amazon. The original post is located here: http://www.marcandangel.com/2015/03/05/4-toxic-behaviors-that-tear-couples-apart/ Outschool offers the largest variety of live, interactive, online classes for kids pre-k though high school, including classes in video game design, cartoon animation, playing an instrument, speaking a language, creative writing and so much more. To save $15 off your child's first class, go to Outschool.com/ORD and use code ORD Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Business Daily
474: The Real Secret to Making Money by Following Your Passion by Chris Guillebeau with Get Rich Slowly on Side Hustles

Optimal Business Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 9:46


Chris Guillebeau shares the real secret to making money by following your passion Episode 474: The Real Secret to Making Money by Following Your Passion by Chris Guillebeau with Get Rich Slowly on Side Hustles Chris Guillebeau is a New York Times bestselling author and modern-day explorer. He is the author of 5 books and his daily podcast, Side Hustle School, is downloaded more than 2 million times a month. Every summer in Portland, Oregon, Chris hosts the World Domination Summit, a gathering of creative, remarkable people with thousands in attendance. Chris is also the founder of Pioneer Nation, Unconventional Guides, the Travel Hacking Cartel, and numerous other projects. During a lifetime of self-employment that included a four-year commitment as a volunteer executive in West Africa, he visited every country in the world (193 in total) before his 35th birthday. The original post is located here: https://www.getrichslowly.org/the-real-secret-to-making-money-by-following-your-passion/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
Episode 280 - Arian Moayed

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 53:20


Arian Moayed is an Iranian-born award-winning actor and the co-founder of Waterwell, a civic-minded and socially conscious non-profit art and education company. With Waterwell, recent productions include The Flores Exhibits, a series of videos in which artists, lawyers, advocates, and immigrants read the sworn testimonies of children held in detention facilities at the U.S./Mexico border (flores exhibits.org), The Courtroom: a re-enactment of one woman's deportation proceedings, named "Best Theater of 2019" by The New York Times, and a dual-language Hamlet (Arian played the title role). Waterwell also created Fleet Week Follies, an annual festival of music, food, and kid-friendly activities, free to military service members and their families. At the Waterwell Education Program, over 250 students per year receive world-class arts training and education in advocacy at the Professional Performing Arts School, all free of charge. He has been a faculty member for nearly 15 years, currently teaching the Artist as Citizen and Senior Capstone classes. As a writer/director, Arian has created the Emmy-nominated thriller, The Accidental Wolf, produced by Topic, starring Tony-winners Kelli O'Hara, Laurie Metcalf, Sahr Nguajah, and many more. Current writing projects include 28 Mordad (upcoming), a film version of The Courtroom (Archer Gray/Topic) and a film adaptation of The Man in Red. He is currently writing an autobiography about his family's immigration story. Notable acting credits: Broadway's The Humans (Drama Desk Award), Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Tony nomination), Guards at the Taj (Obie Award), Emmy-winning Succession (HBO), and an upcoming Shonda Rhimes' series, Inventing Anna (Netflix). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Daily
The Sunday Read: ‘This Isn't the California I Married'

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 46:40


Elizabeth Weil, the author of today's Sunday Read, writes that, in her marriage, there was a silent third spouse: California.“The state was dramatic and a handful,” Weil writes. “But she was gorgeous, and she brought into our lives, through the natural world, all the treasure and magic we'd need.”However, for Weil, there is internal conflict living in a state where wildfires have become the norm. She describes living through a discontinuity in which previously held logic fails to stand up to reality.Today, Weil analyzes the sources of California's crisis — from the impact of colonization and the systemic erasure of Indigenous practices to the significant loss of fire-management practices and critical dryness caused by global warming.In California, as in much of the world, climate anxiety and climate futurism coalesce into trans-apocalyptic pessimism. But, in spite of the doom, Weil suggests the situation is not completely devoid of hope.To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.