www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett County officials are turning to incentives in an effort to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19.County officials will offer $100 Visa gift cards to people 12 and older who get a vaccine shot during the Vaccines Aren't Scary event that is being staged in partnership with the Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale Health Departments on Friday and Saturday at the mass vaccination site located in the former Sears store at Gwinnett Place Mall. The giveaways will last from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day.The offer comes as county officials said the demand for vaccines in Gwinnett has slowed down.
Ferrall talks about the Titans key stop of the Bills, Derrick Henry making an MVP case, Dak Prescott's calf feeling okay, John Harbaugh respects the Bengals, Broncos coaching staff ignoring the criticism, Browns will be without both RBs, Urban Meyer believes Jaguars will be a dynasty, Matt Rhule calls out Sam Darnold, Seahawks have spoken with cam Newton, Red Sox take 2-1 lead on Astros, Aaron Boone will return as Yankees manager, Fernando Tatis Jr. won't undergo surgery, Jimbo Fisher happy at Texas A&M, Washington State fires Nick Rolovich, 76ers suspend Ben Simmons, Giannis wants to have fun, Adam Silver hopes Kyrie gets vaccinated, LeBron is recharged, and more! Plus, Rick Horrow is on in his weekly spot, and Kevin Walsh is on for the kickoff of the NBA season!
Ferrall talks about the Titans key stop of the Bills, Derrick Henry making an MVP case, Dak Prescott's calf feeling okay, John Harbaugh respects the Bengals, Broncos coaching staff ignoring the criticism, Browns will be without both RBs, Urban Meyer believes Jaguars will be a dynasty, Matt Rhule calls out Sam Darnold, Seahawks have spoken with cam Newton, Red Sox take 2-1 lead on Astros, Aaron Boone will return as Yankees manager, Fernando Tatis Jr. won't undergo surgery, Jimbo Fisher happy at Texas A&M, Washington State fires Nick Rolovich, 76ers suspend Ben Simmons, Giannis wants to have fun, Adam Silver hopes Kyrie gets vaccinated, LeBron is recharged, and more!
Michael Burianyk discusses his new book, Understanding Amplitudes: Basic seismic analysis for rock properties. In the book, methods and techniques used to estimate rock properties from seismic data, based on an understanding of the elastic properties of materials and rocks and how seismic reflection amplitudes change, are described. Using AVO and other techniques, we can characterize rocks and the reservoirs inside them with a degree of qualitative, and even quantitative, detail. In this episode, Michael explains why Newton's ideas still matter despite Einstein, how to approach machine learning with healthy skepticism, why real data can be a hindrance to learning, and why he took the time to discover who was R. Hill. This is a conversation that scientists of all experiences will benefit from and learn. Visit https://seg.org/podcast to find links to Michael's books and past podcasts. RELATED LINKS * Check out the book, Understanding Amplitudes (https://seg.org/shop/products/detail/351710806) * Listen to Michael's podcast on Understanding Signals (https://seg.org/podcast/Post/7301) * Check out his first book, Understanding Signals (https://seg.org/shop/products/detail/114405237) BIOGRAPHY Michael Burianyk was born and raised on the Canadian Prairies. He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BSc in physics and geophysics, and later received from the same institution an MSc in geological sciences, writing his thesis on seismic data he helped collect on an Arctic ice station. Next, he earned a Ph.D. in geophysics from the University of Alberta, studying the crust and lithosphere of western Canada, planning and participating in several LITHOPROBE field programs. After spending time in academic research, he moved to the petroleum industry where he gained expertise in amplitude vs. offset methods, seismic inversion, rock physics, and seismic petrophysics with Core Labs and later Shell Canada. He lived in The Netherlands for a decade, working with Shell's R&D group in gravity and magnetics and later in their software development division as a geoscience subject matter expert directing the development of software applications and creating associated workflows for gravity and magnetics, EM, QI seismic, seismic balancing, surface gridding, and geodetics. Currently, he lives in France, creating geophysical educational material and pursuing other writing projects. SPONSOR This episode is brought to you by TGS. TGS offers a wide range of energy data and insights to meet the industry where it's at and where it's headed. TGS provides scientific data and intelligence to companies active in the energy sector. In addition to a global, extensive and diverse energy data library, TGS offers specialized services such as advanced processing and analytics alongside cloud-based data applications and solutions. Visit https://www.tgs.com/ to learn more. CREDITS Original music by Zach Bridges. This episode was hosted, edited, and produced by Andrew Geary at 51 features, LLC. Thank you to the SEG podcast team: Ted Bakamjian, Kathy Gamble, and Ally McGinnis. You can follow the podcast to hear the latest episodes on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify.
Representatives of the United Auto Workers and John Deere say contract talks have resumed amidst their factory workers striking in Iowa and other states. Mexico's Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development will join U-S Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack in Iowa this week. Plus, Wind blade turbine manufacturer TPI Composites in Newton will lay off more than 700 workers by the end of the year.
After graduating from Harvard University in the early 1970s, Paul Sprecher decided to head to the Big Apple, in search of exciting opportunities. Instead, he stumbled upon a group led by an increasingly erratic authoritarian, who sought to impose his views about sex and the nuclear family on his hundreds of devotees. Surprisingly enough, its ranks included prominent celebrities from that decade, as well as other high-profile figures, most of whom were only too happy to give up their salaries to fund their leader's various whims. Follow us on the socials: https://twitter.com/lets_cult (Twitter) https://www.facebook.com/letsstartacultpod (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/lets_cult/?hl=en (Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChcl9qrvKAsXJTaBfVgKILQ (YouTube) https://www.letsstartacultpodcast.com/ (Website) Mr. Bunker's Conspiracy Time Podcast: https://twitter.com/mrbunkerpod (Twitter) https://www.instagram.com/mrbunkerpod/ (Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaZQnqJox67N4p18eZq6Yzw (YouTube) https://www.mrbunkersconspiracytime.com/ (Website) Sources for this episode include Ranker, The Journal News, The New York Post, Gothamist, Penn State University, and the website “I Love the Upper West Side.” This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Dynamo - https://www.voxnest.com/dynamo/privacy-policies Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Support this podcast
Discover what SEO is all about Understand that Google is just an algorithm no matter how great of an invention it is Find out how you can scientifically optimize your web page for google traffic through tips and resources given by the guest Resources/Links: Wanting to receive help in producing perfectly optimized pages for Google with ease? Learn more about PageOptimizer Pro (POP) and register in a workshop: https://pageoptimizer.pro/ Summary Do you create content – be that a blog or anything else – that needs to show up in Google? Do you feel like you're not good enough and you can't figure anything out, but you want to give yourself the best chance to succeed even if you're not an SEO expert? Do you want to learn about web page optimization so your page can finally rank better? You can become the best at something on the internet right now! Take the first step. Kyle Roof is the Lead SEO and Co-Founder at an SEO agency High Voltage SEO, SEO tool PageOptimizer Pro, and a global community of 3000+ SEO professionals Internet Marketing Gold. His method to test whether single variables are ranking factors in Google's algorithm was officially granted a patent in January 2020. In this episode, Kyle talks about SEO and how he helps people successfully optimize a web page for Google traffic. Here, he discusses Google being an algorithm and shares tips for you to do in order to have your pages rank better. Check out these episode highlights: 01:40 – Kyle's ideal client: “Our ideal client is creating content that needs to show up in Google. Often, this person is an SEO but it doesn't necessarily have to be.” 02:11 – Problem Kyle helps solve: “The problem we're solving is setting you up so that when you put out content, you know you're giving yourself the best chance to succeed even if you're not an SEO expert.” 03:16 – Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Kyle: “SEO tools give you recommendations and they're good, but only an expert could use them, and I think that creates a level of frustration and that frustration is then reinforced by poor outcomes.” 04:10 – Common mistakes that people make before they find Kyle's solution: “Google is amazing, but Google is just an algorithm, so you need to give Google the math that it wants. The mistake is not realizing that and not taking the math into consideration. 05:08 – Kyle's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “The top four places to put a keyword on your page are the title tag, your h1, paragraph text, and your URL. If you put your keyword in those four places, you've probably done 60% of SEO. Don't over think it. Put your keywords in those spots and your pages will start to rank better.” 06:00 – Kyle's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Visit https://pageoptimizer.pro/ for the PageOptimizer tool, read their blog, and register for the workshop now. 07:14 – Q: Who is my favorite scientist? A: I have a bunch, but the ones I love the most were doing their thing in around the 1600s – Galileo, Descartes, Newton, and Halley. My all time favorite is Halley. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “Google is amazing, but Google is just an algorithm, so you need to give Google the math that it wants.” -Kyle RoofClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:09 Welcome everyone to another edition of Marketing The Invisible. My name is Tom Poland, joined today by Kyle Roof. Kyle, good day, Sir. Where are you hanging out? Kyle Roof 0:18 I'm in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Tom Poland 0:20 Chiang Mai, Thailand. How's the food? Kyle Roof 0:23 Fantastic! Tom Poland 0:24 Yeah, I thought it would be, yeah. And not expensive, right? Kyle Roof 0:28 No, it's very affordable.
The Black Panther Party, a Black power political organization, was founded exactly 55 years ago in California's Bay Area and grew into a nationwide group that pushed for housing, food equity, education and self-protection. Several famous figures emerged from the group, including Eldridge Cleaver, Angela Davis and Huey P. Newton.But history often overlooks those who do not serve in dynamic roles or who perform tasks away from public view. These people do the thankless but crucial work that keeps organizations running. Barbara Easley-Cox was one of these people.Today, Easley-Cox recounts what she experienced as a Black Panther, from California to Algeria to North Korea and beyond.More reading:Decades before Black Lives Matter, there were the Black Panthers in OaklandOpinion: 1969 SWAT raid on Black Panthers set the tone for police race problemsBobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver tell Cal State Fullerton audience about militancy, civil rights work
"ATFAT" is the abbreviation of "A turn for a turn". In other words, The Almighty treats us in the same fashion that we treat others. It's like a Divine mirror which we call, "The ATFAT principle." Like the other magnificent methods that The Almighty uses to run the world, this phenomenon is evident both in the laws of physics and in the laws of metaphysics. Simply stated, you'll find ATFAT both in the material world and in the spiritual world. This is the root of Newton's third law of motion: for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Applying this knowledge is the key practical key for staying out of trouble's way..
Highlights: “What we have to understand is that this Iowa House seat has been reliably blue for decades. But when Jon Dunwell, a pastor from Newton, Iowa, got in a race things obviously changed. For the first time in decades, this district flipped red. And he won it in a landslide.”“Look at how bad Biden is doing in Iowa. Sixty-two percent of Iowans disapprove of Biden. His approval ratings look like it will be in the mid-20s just months from now.”“According to the Des Moines Register, President Trump enjoys a 53% approval rating among Iowans... And the fact that Senator Grassley, the seasoned senator, got up on stage with Trump was utterly shocking, to say the least for our MSM. They literally can't believe that Trump is coming back stronger than ever.”“The Democrats have lost hundreds of thousands of voters over the last several months. Did you know that? And these are in key states. The Hill reported that registration is down for Democrats in Florida by more than 200k, in North Carolina by more than 135k, and good old Pennsylvania by more than 200k.”Timestamps:[01:40] How a state seat flipped red in Iowa[03:22] Biden's disaster poll and Trump's awesome rally in Iowa[04:37] How the MSM can't believe that Trump is coming back [06:06] How the GOP is crushing it in special elections across the nation[08:55] How pundits are telling the Democrats that it's time to panicResources:Ep. 674 IT'S OVER! 55 Percent of Voters Want Biden to RESIGN!!!Sign up for the FREE webinar on October 14th here! Proven Strategies to Grow Existing Schools and Start New Ones: Proven Strategies to Grow Existing Schools and Start New Ones (schoolinboundmarketing.com)Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get the first 7 days FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without the censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
Welcome to Episode 66 of Intuitive Queens Podcast, from your Intuition Queen. Today I'm talking about the 5 reasons why you should book a colour therapy session and how it can help you. When I tell people I do colour therapy, I see they get intrigued and they ask me a lot of questions. One comments that is common across the board is that it's something they have never heard other people doing and also, that's it's very original. This is why I decided to have a full episode about it, starting from history, when this incredible practise started, how the ancient civilisations used it and my story. How I came across it and why it got me so excited to want to study it and add it to my coaching skills. In this episode I talked about: The history of colour therapy, going back to Aristotele, Newton and so on How the ancient civilisation related to it How I came across it and why it was important for me to learn more and eventually study it What happened when I did the first reading for myself The new skill I discovered once I stated giving readings to friends and how that opened up my channelling ability What happens during the first colour therapy session How I channel colours based on the energy field of the client I am working with The main 5 reasons why people come to me for colour therapy sessions Learning to understand your personal energies to heal and move forward in your life How can you continue working with me if what comes through from the colour ready is something you're ready to release Why I combine Color therapy and Human Design in my programme "Discover your True Colours" and how it can help you I hope you enjoy this episode, if you did, please subscribe and share it. INTUITIVE QUEENS LIVE I'll be going live talking about this topic on the 25th October. Make sure to follow me on Instagram to always be updated SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST NEWSLETTER Sign up to the newsletter to always be updated on new episode releases and live interviews with guests and more, so that you can ask questions! https://mailchi.mp/08d926913b7d/podcast GET IN TOUCH https://www.theintuitionqueen.com/intuitive-sessions IG: https://www.instagram.com/the_intuition_queen/ Join my FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/discoveryourtruecolours11 You Tube: The Intuition Queen
Early voting for city and school board elections begins in Iowa on Wednesday. Republican Jon Dunwell won a special election Tuesday night for the Iowa House of Representatives district that covers Newton and other parts of Jasper County. Plus, a plan to build a carbon dioxide pipeline through 30 Iowa counties is raising concerns among farmers and environmentalists.
Fey takes us on a ride in his recently purchased 2020 Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus. This vehicle has a 54KWhour battery, a 211KW rear drive motor providing 275 Foot-lbs of torque or 375 Newton-metres of torque. The range is approximately 250 miles or 400 kms. The purchase price of this 2020 Tesla was $69,000 including all taxes. Fey has a lot of complaints about this car, but ultimately you will hear giggles of joy. The Auto-Drive features are unsettling and do not inspire confidence in the accuracy of the lane-keeping or cruise speed maintaining. Fey has a warning for KC in Denver about his new diesel engine.
An inspiring conversation with Leica user Remigio Newton about his journey into photography [insta : theremigioexperience website: https://theremigioexperience.myportfolio.com ] where we talk about Life, Love, and Leica's (C) [SMH Photo Design]. Dante's Photographer recommendation : Tone Mobley [ insta : tonemobley ] --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ricardo-huerta2/support
Show Notes:0:57 - David and Roberta Logie Department of Textile and Fashion Arts1:01 - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston1:07 - Boston 3:08 - Winterthur Program, American Material Culture 5:29 - MFA (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)5:36 - Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories5:46 - Grab tickets to visit the Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories exhibition 5:48 - MFA (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)6:14 - Logan International Airport7:30 - Quilts and Color. The Pilgrim / Roy Collection 7:40 - Quilts and Color. The Pilgrim / Roy Collection catalogue 7:52 - MFA (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)7:57 - Quilts of Gee's Bend8:26 and 8:44 - The Pilgrim / Roy collection 8:47, 8:51 and 9:33 - Gerald Roy8:48, 8:56 and 9:38 - Paul Pilgrim9:06 - Josef Albers9:48 - Brimfield10:02 and 10:05 - Amish12:11- Quilt and craft revival 12:23 - Studio craft movement14:24 - Carla Hemlock14:26 - Kahnawake Mohawk14:33 - Beading work 15:39 - Ivy league school17:46 - The Ann and Graham Gund Gallery19:17 - Foam core galleries19:29 - Quilts and Color. The Pilgrim / Roy Collection 19:44 - Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories exhibition 20:09 - Foam core galleries20:15 - Kyla Hygysician22:48 - Poston Internment Camp22:50 - Arizona22:52 - World War II22:52 - Masako Hirata22:53 - Quilt by Japanese American kids in the Poston Internment Camp22:56 - Masako Hirata's fourth grade class 23:04 - National Japanese American Historical Society 23:05 - San Francisco23:35 - Harriet Powers's Bible Quilt23:39 - MFA (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)23:40 - Harriet Powers's Pictorial quilt23:49 - Harriet Powers24:30 - Michael Thorpe (@iversonsdurag)24:21 - New York 24:23 - Newton, Massachusetts24:31 - Longarm quilting machine 24:37 - George Floyd24:46 - Michael Thorpe's quilt and poem 25:00 - Applique26:48 - Poston Internment Camp fourth grade class quilt 26:56 - World War II27:03 - Civil War27:10 - Applique 28:12 - Civil War29:10 - Harriet Powers29:53 - Harriet Powers's Pictorial quilt29:55 - Memphis World Fair of 189731:07 - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston32:43 - Steely Dead32:46 - Denver33:24 - John and Hank Green 33:34 - Indiana33:47 - Quilt Buzz34:10 - Log Cabin traditional quilt block 34:14 - Four-Patch traditional quilt block 34:16 - Nine-Patch traditional quilt block34:30 - Gerald Roy34:34 - Paul Pilgrim34:57 - Resist-dyed textile techniques 36:22 - Wholecloth quilts 36:23 - Victorian Crazy quilts 36:25 - Traditional sampler quilts 36:53 - Harriet Powers36:59 - Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories exhibition 37:05 - Quilts and Color. The Pilgrim / Roy Collection exhibition 37:11 - Faith Ringgold's quilt, Dream 2: King of the Sisterhood (1988)37:36 - Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories exhibition 37:38 - Applique37:47 - Tie dye37:53 - Faith Ringgold37:54 - Sharpie28:05 - Dr Martin Luther King 38:09 - Fannie Lou Hamer38L10 - Rosa Parks38:16 - Civil Rights movement38:25 - Sylvia Hernández38:26 - Williamsburg, Brooklyn38:44 and 38:54 - Connecticut 39:42 - Faith Ringgold39:45 - Harriet Powers39:55 - Susan Hoffman 40:02 - Bisa Butler 40:08 - Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories exhibition 40:56 - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston website41:21 - MFA (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)Click here for more information on Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories and how to visit the museumFollow us:Amanda: @broadclothstudio https://broadclothstudio.com/Wendy: @the.weekendquilter https://the-weekendquilter.com/Anna: @waxandwanestudiohttps://www.waxandwanestudio.com/Quilt Buzz: @quilt.buzzhttps://quiltbuzzpodcast.com/Intro/Outro Music:Golden Hour by Vlad Gluschenko
In this episode with writer, director, actor, professor, and producer Valerie Curtis-Newton, we rediscover our cultural legacy and wade through the quagmires of academic Shakespeare. We accept an invitation to a neighborhood block party and are stopped on the way to the bathroom by our favorite Civil Rights leader.
Hello Misfit Nation! Welcome to another edition of "Lessons for Hannah!" Many years ago, I introduced a new format that alongside our regular episodes called “Lessons for Hannah.” Hannah is my daughter and one of the main inspirations for the Misfit Entrepreneur. I wanted to have a place where she could go and learn from her daddy and his Misfit friends throughout her life….even after I am gone. If you haven't listened to the first episode of "Lessons for Hannah," I urge you to as it gives some more background and tells the amazing story of how Hannah came to be in our lives. Lessons for Hannah are short, very useful, and sometimes comical lessons, that I want to share with you and give to Hannah to help in your lives. Because I want Hannah to have these for her life, I'm going to speak as though I am talking directly to her. These episodes are a lot of fun and if you think there is a lesson that we should include in these episodes, please don't hesitate to send it over to us at email@example.com. We'd love to share it. This week's Lesson for Hannah Hannah, I want to talk to you about your impact. Your impact on yourself, your life, those around you, and the world. How you approach each aspect of your life impacts you, the world around you, and others. You may not see it or know it, but it does. And the true test of character is how you act and adhere to your principles when others are not watching – because unbeknownst to you, someone probably is. We don't think about it much, but everything we do impacts something in our lives. This has been called the Butterfly effect or Newton's 3rd Law which states that for every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. If object A exerts a force on object B, object B also exerts an equal and opposite force on object A. In other words, forces result from interactions. We have a lot of interactions in our lives all throughout every day, but we rarely stop to think about effects that they have. I was recently reminded of the importance of reflecting and making sure that we approach life each day giving our best and being our best – because you never know what or who can be impacted. A number of years ago, your mother and I bought an investment property. It was a cheap fixer-upper property in a less desirable area. The goal originally was to buy it very cheap, fix it up, and then flip it for a $5000-10,000 profit. Needless to say we didn't know what we didn't know, spent a lot more money than we thought fixing it up, and then got caught up in the real estate crash of 2007-2008. So, we turned it into a rental. It did OK. We went through a lot of renters over a period of 4 years to where we had to eventually evict one for non-payment after months of working with them. Of course, they trashed the place on the way out, but even worse, left rotting food throughout the house and the place even had bedbugs. I had to do the work on it and essentially had to redo the inside of the house. Needless to say, I learned a lot of lessons that helped me for future investment properties. After it was ready to rent again, we started looking for renters and we got an application from a young 18-year-old, single new mom. She wanted a place for her and her son that would be theirs and she wanted a longer-term lease. She had a job and had proven she had income to cover the rent and there was something that told me she was worth a chance. She rented from us for 7 years. I never really had any problems with her. She would sometimes get behind on rent but was always proactive and let me know what was going on, when I could expect payment, and how grateful she was that we would work with her. Over time, I would see her for inspections and other needs and as we talked would impart some piece of wisdom to help her based on our conversation. She was a hard worker and dedicated to her son and I respected that, so, if I could help her grow as a person, I would. I never knew if those lessons about finance or business or thoughts on how to increase her value as an employee ever really stuck. A couple years ago, we had recouped our investment and the market had turned up. We got an offer on the house that was solid and decide to sell it. I kept the renter in the loop and was up front that I did not know if they would keep her as a renter and to be prepared just in case. Once we closed, they gave her 30 days' notice to vacate and she let me know. She understood why I sold the place and was again, thankful for working with her all those years. I wished her well and that was that, or so I thought. In the spring of the this year, I got a text out of the blue that said, “I just wanted to reach out to you and meant to before, but just go caught up with life. I'm working a double today! But you've been on my mind lately. I never got to tell you how much gratitude I have for you and your wife. You were truly a blessing for me and my son. If it wasn't for you being so kind and understanding, I really don't know where we would be today. I just want you to know, it was never taken for granted. I try to pay it forward every day. Maybe one day, I can be successful like you and help someone out the same. Anyways, thank you again so much for everything you have done.” When I received the message, I sat back and thought, wow, I did not know we had that much of an impact, and I had to respond. In doing so I did my best to give what may be the last wisdom I could give her. I said this, "Thank you very much for your kind words, but it wasn't hard for us because it was the right thing to do. It's wonderful that you pay it forward. And you have the potential to be more successful than us and help many. It comes down to a few things. Never giving up, ever, in pursuit of your dreams and goals. Never stop learning and self-educating. Everything you need is at the library, use it to your advantage. Read books on successful people, read books on how to improve yourself. Never stop learning. Work hard, but also smart. Learn to manage money well and how to grow it and nurture it. And do what is right and care for others. You follow that and you'll get all the success you ever dreamed of." I think that advice works for everyone, and I hope it impacts you in your own way like it did our renter. Hannah, you never know what impact you will have and when it will take hold. Live your life every day as your best and seek wisdom so that you can share it and help others. I love you, Daddy Best Quote: Never giving up, ever, in pursuit of your dreams and goals. Never stop learning and self-educating. Everything you need is at the library, use it to your advantage. Read books on successful people, read books on how to improve yourself. Never stop learning. Work hard, but also smart. Learn to manage money well and how to grow it and nurture it. And do what is right and care for others. You follow that and you'll get all the success you ever dreamed of. Misfit 3: How you approach each aspect of your life impacts you, the world around you, and others. You may not see it or know it, but it does. The true test of character is how you act and adhere to your principles when others are not watching – because unbeknownst to you, someone probably is. When you are impacted in a positive way by someone else, pay it forward as much as you can. Show Sponsors: Aloa (20% for 4 months!): Aloa.co/Misfit Five Minute Journal www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com/Journal
Taking the time upfront in the design process to net a better result in the end. 1 on 1 time with Nick https://www.nickschiffer.com/booking Watch this podcast on youtube: https://bit.ly/nsbuildersyoutube Follow Nick on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsbuilders/ T-Shirts Available: http://bit.ly/nsbuilders_merch NS Builders operates in Boston, Newton, Cambridge, and in the greater Boston area. Currently, 5 projects are under construction with a few new projects coming soon. Our software: https://get.buildertrend.com/nsbuilder NS Builders website: https://www.nsbuilders.com/ Video Notes NS Builders Podcast talks about high-end new construction, renovation, and remodeling projects. Talking about architectural details, building products, framing, electrical, plumbing, mechanicals, and finish details. NS Builders shares building and project management insight while showing step-by-step progress of ongoing jobs. NS Builders Podcast is hosted by Nick Schiffer owner of NS Builders. Building products, cabinet tips, new building secrets, and framing become architectural details. New construction and renovation ideas start and finish with building and running successful builds.
Our host Seven Da Pantha chopped it up with NW battle rap legend MC/Producer/TikTok killer Stuey Newton. They discussed his battle rap history, the difference between battling and making records, and of course, what's still to come! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pantha-politix/support
Jade and Keia welcome Sister-to-the-show, LaToya Newton (The Analog Girl)back to the kitchen table to discuss her brand new book 'Lose the Thoughts, Keep the Mind: How to Stop Overthinking Over Thinking' available everywhere on October 10th! Kitchen Table Talk Guest: www.theanaloggirl.com IG: @the.analoggirl Sponsored Shout Out To My Sis Sponsored by BlackBeyondMeasure for Target Talley and Twine: Timepieces for trendsetters and trailblazers https://talleyandtwine.com/ IG: @talleyandtwine Support the Show: Celebrate your legacy. Invest in the future. Together, we are Black Beyond Measure. Visit Target.com/BlackBeyondMeasure to learn more. Get your own workout hair routine today with 15% off your first purchase. Visit Mysunday2sunday.com and use code Grown. Headspace is meditation made simple. Go to HeadSpace.com/GROWN for a free one-month trial with access to Headspace's full library of meditations for every situation. Order ahead on the McDonald's App and get two of your faves for just six bucks. Price and participation may vary. Single item at regular price. Limited time offer. https://gettingrown.co/ Email: GettinGrownPodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @GettinGrownPod IG: @GettinGrownPod Facebook: www.Facebook.com/GettinGrownPodcast
On this episode: 14ers, skydiving, and breaking generational struggles. We're talking with Jess Newton, founder and CEO of Vibe Tribe Adventures. Show Notes 00:35 – Introductions (and how Saveria and Jess met at Outdoor Retailer) 03:10 – How Jess was introduced to the outdoors 06:50 – How Jess got started with Vibe Tribe Adventures 09:00 – Going from Denver to nationwide 11:00 – Developing leaders within the community 13:30 – Launching the children's program 17:27 – Growing the Urban Trekker program 19:38 – The Black 14er program 30:20 – Supporting Vibe Tribe Adventures 31:55 – First all-black Everest summit team 35:20 – The importance of outdoor education 40:50 – “Outdoors for All” collaboration with Merrell 45:45 – Skydiving and other “extreme” adventure goals Mentioned in this Show Vibe Tribe Adventures Urban Trekker Black 14ers Colorado Rockies Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge Merrell Outdoors for All collection American Hiking Society Connect with Jess You can connect with Jess at the Vibe Tribe Adventures website, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook page. Connect with us! Like Almost There on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/almostthereadventurepodcast/ Follow Almost There on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/almostthere_ap/ Send us a voice message! https://www.speakpipe.com/AlmostThere Our Co-hosts Jason Fitzpatrick – IG: @themuirproject Saveria Tilden – IG: @adventuruswomen web: AdventurUsWomen.com Jeff Hester – IG: @thesocalhiker web: SoCalHiker.net Theme song by Opus Orange. Courtesy of Emoto Music. The Almost There Adventure Podcast is a celebration of outdoor activities both local and epic. Discussing the big topics and talking to adventurers, artists, legends and activists within the outdoor community.
Listeners, we're back this week with Norma Newton.Norma is a former attorney, New York Times published writer and Latinx-book publisher. She is also a first gen, avid reader and artivist. Her heart is in L.A. with her family and multiple plants. When she isn't reading, Norma can be found in a museum or practicing yoga. During our conversation, we talked about:Growing up in a small town in CaliforniaLeaving town to go to collegeChallenging limiting beliefsHer New York Times essay about colorismEmbracing her heritageStarting her book publishing company, Fabian Flores This episode is brought to you by Apotheosis ArtApotheosis Art was born out of a desire to cultivate an artistic community focused on passion, curiosity, and eagerness. The gallery's founding concepts are rooted in encouraging and fostering young, talented artists, exploring new avenues to increase dialogue, and providing a platform to discover, engage, and educate people in art.Get FREE SHIPPING using the code: CCP111MagicMindMagicMind is the world's first productivity drink.
Tribe Sober - inspiring an alcohol-free life! My guest this week is Andrea Newton. Andrea is a Corporate Consultant, Keynote Speaker, Mental Health Advocate and a Podcast Host. Alcohol took Andrea to a dark place but thankfully she recovered and is now doing some very worthwhile work. In this Episode I found Andrea's account of how alcohol made her feel suicidal as rather chilling – the fact that she actually had a plan to end her life – and her point that alcohol can provide that “Dutch Courage” to actually go through with it These days Andrea works for the National Centre for Suicide Prevention Centre in the UK – she delivers a workshop that helps people to have crucial and difficult conversations – which can save lives. She explained that the risk of suicide is 8 times higher if alcohol is involved and that 20% of suicides in young people in the UK are alcohol fuelled. We discussed the “work hard play hard” culture that pervades in so many companies –and the fact that you are sometimes perceived as “boring” if you don't go for the weekly drinks with your colleagues It can even have career implications as well – when was in my 20's I worked for the BBC and I remember being given a nudge by my boss to go to the BBC Club more often as it was valuable for “networking” – so I did and it was there I discovered that drinking was an essential part of the networking! I mentioned the book (and TED talk) Quiet by Susan Cain about introverts/Extraverts introverts often use alcohol as a coping mechanism to help them manage pressure of networking, entertaining clients – and of course socializing – if you are an introvert then please read this book – it will be very good for your self esteem – after all we live in a society that often seems to favour extraverts We talked about the difficulty of socializing in early sobriety and how it's actually the drunk people rather than the sober ones who are the “boring” ones – I shared the tip from our Tribe Sober toolkit that it helps to “be an anthropologist” We talked about the pandemic and the fact that working from home may have encouraged more people to rely on alcohol – and the fact that managers may have to deal with this issue when employees return to work Which led us to discuss her consulting work which is based around 7 conversations – “difficult conversations” that many managers may struggle with. Andrea helps them to structure these conversations and offers them some very valuable training. It struck me that these “difficult conversations” are of course something that many of us have to deal within our personal lives as well– the kind of conversation we may need to have with a family member who is drinking too much. I'm planning on asking Andrea to write a guest blog for our website on this subject. Do have a listen to Andrea's podcast as there is so much helpful advice in there – advice about how to have difficult conversations in our work and our personal lives To contact Andrea go to her website www.confidentconversations.co.uk and her podcast is Really Useful Conversations If you are listening to this podcast and are really feeling low or you know someone who is suicidal then please contact Andrea – or you can email me on janet@tribesober and we'll connect you to someone who can help More info Subscription membership for Tribe Sober is just R85 (£4/$6/$8AUS) a month - you can join up HERE To access our website click HERE If you would like a free copy of our "Annual Tracker" or our e-book "66 Days to Sobriety" please email firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to come to our Saturday afternoon Zoom Cafe as a guest and meet our community just email email@example.com Episode Sponsor This episode is sponsored by the Tribe Sober Membership Program. If you want to change your relationship with alcohol then sign up today Read more about our 7-step program and subscribe HERE Book a Discovery Call with me to find out if our membership would help you Help us to spread the word! We made this podcast so that we can reach more people who need our help. Please subscribe and share. If you enjoyed the podcast then please leave us a 5 star review on Apple podcasts, take a screenshot of your review and DM it to Tribe Sober's Instagram page - see PS for instructions - we'll send you something special to say thank you! We release a podcast episode every Saturday morning. You can follow Tribe Sober on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram You can catch our FB live on Saturday mornings (11am SAST) and you can join our private Facebook group HERE Thank you for listening! Till Next Week Janet x PS How to leave an rating/review in Apple Podcasts (on an iOS device) 1. Open the Podcasts app. EASY. 2. 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For a group of running friends, it's surprising that this is the first time we all recorded an episode in the same room! Drop in as the guys discuss their status for the upcoming fall season, from Peanut running a ton of miles unencumbered, to Daniel's new love affair with watching HBO and eating Reeses on the treadmill, to Newton's upcoming epidural.
Billy Newton-Davis returns and we talk more about his amazing career / National Day for Truth and Reconciliation / Tim Daniels from Health Gauge / Dan Duran in Shediac, NB and his giant lobster / Toronto Mike on our tenth anniversary show and guests coming up.
Dr Amy Jane Beer explores the marvels of all things arboreal – from the world's loneliest tree that also helped define our current geological era to the 400 year-old apple tree that inspired Newton's theory of gravity. Plus she takes a look at trees' wellbeing benefits too. Curator Matt Pottage explores the concept of Champion Trees, highlighting some of the magnificent specimens to be found at RHS Garden Wisley. And did you know that some conifers are deciduous and offer fabulous autumn colour? Matt is a conifer fanatic and shares some suggestions to light up your autumn garden. And finally... there's a call for citizen scientists as we're on the hunt for a new tree pest with RHS scientist Jassy Draculik. Her 'Check a sweet chestnut' campaign seeks to track the spread of a recent arrival to Britain, the Oriental chestnut gall wasp. Tune in to find out how you can help protect our precious chestnut trees. For links to topics mentioned in the show, please see rhs.org.uk/podcast
Leonardo da Vinci is easily the most-accomplished procrastinator who ever lived. He finished hardly any projects at all. He was great at many things, but he wasn't great at shipping. The world would have been better off if Leonardo da Vinci had treated shipping as a skill. Far be it for me to criticize anything Leonardo da Vinci did. Despite his repeated failure to ship, he lives on today as one of the greatest geniuses who ever lived – enough so that I'm talking about him in a podcast 500 years after his death. What Leonardo da Vinci procrastinated on He foreshadowed the first law of motion, saying two-hundred years before Newton that, “Every movement tends to maintain itself.” He made a number of discoveries about the circulatory system: He was the first to notice the heart was the center of the blood system – not the liver. He described how an area of the aorta functioned, but since he never published his observations, it's named after a different scientist, who re-discovered this area two-hundred years later. He correctly described how blood flow affects the opening and closing of heart valves – findings that were proven correct only recently – 450 years later. He wrote or planned to write treatises on topics including painting, anatomy, human flight, geology, and astronomy. Much of what he wrote would have broken new ground in these fields, and set them ahead a couple centuries – if only he had published it. Even his greatest masterpiece, the Mona Lisa, Leonardo never finished. His patron never got their painting, and Leonardo never got paid. It was still in his studio when he died, more than fifteen years after he had begun the painting. Okay, so some of Leonardo's procrastination was iceberg-building Much of Leonardo's failure to ship was a part of his creative process. It was the creative waste that made the underwater part of his iceberg – as I talked about in the past couple episodes. There could have been practical reasons he didn't ship. Remember, once Leonardo delivered one of his paintings, it was gone forever. He couldn't snap a photo of it for safe-keeping on the cloud. One reason he clung onto mostly-finished paintings was so he could refer to them, borrowing a trick he did painting a smile from one painting, and a trick he did to make it feel like the eyes are following you around the room from another painting. But it's hard to say Leonardo couldn't have been better at shipping, when you look at all he could have contributed if only he were. And if you want to be a great creator, it makes sense to ship. Most of us would rather have our genius recognized in our lifetime, rather than marveled at hundreds of years later for what it would have contributed. Shipping is a skill Shipping is a skill. The act of having a vision, planning to achieve that vision, and executing on that vision is a skill you should cultivate, just as you would practice a programming language, writing, or macramé. Treat shipping as a skill, and you'll finish more projects. Shipped projects have a better chance of having an impact on the world. The sub-skills of shipping Shipping is a sub-skill of creative work. But the act of shipping itself has its own sub-skills. It's hard to see what you're missing out on by not treating shipping as a skill, unless you look closely at the sub-skills of shipping. Here are the sub-skills of shipping: Vision: Can you visualize the outcome you'd like to have? Planning: Can you imagine the steps you need to follow to make this vision a reality? Resourcefulness: Can you assess what resources you have that can help you achieve this vision, find what resources you don't have, and use all those resources wisely? Adaptability: Can you adapt your plan when some part, inevitably, doesn't go as planned? Overcoming Perfectionism: Your final product won't be a perfect execution of your vision. Can you overcome perfectionism and ship anyway? Fear of Shipping: Once you ship your project, there will be a void in your mind where that project once lived. Can you “let go” of the project and overcome the fear of that void? Facing Failure: Once you ship your project, you give it a chance to succeed or fail. Can you face potential criticism or failure? Reflection: How well can you reflect on the project, and process what you've learned, so you can apply it to the next project? Project-independent shipping skills Many shipping skills are project-independent. You can practice shipping, and many sub-skills of shipping, with any kind of project. Any time you have a vision, execute on that vision, and bring it into the world, you are practicing the skill of shipping. Some examples of small projects on which you can practice the skill of shipping: Cooking a recipe: Can you figure out how to get all the ingredients? Can you execute the plan? Did it turn out how you expected? What can you do differently next time? Planning a party: What kind of vibe do you want this party to have? Should it have a theme? Who should you invite? What do you need to tell them in the invitation to set the tone? What will you do differently for the next party? Planning a trip: Do you want to relax, or have an adventure? What's your budget? How much time do you have? How long will it take to get there? What do you need to pack? What should you do first and second and last to make it the trip you imagined? How I built my shipping skills When I first started on my own, I had almost no shipping skills. So, I started treating shipping as a skill. Any chance I had to have a vision, try to execute that vision, and ask myself what I could have done differently was a chance to practice the skill of shipping. The simplest way to practice shipping is trying to cook a recipe. I can tell you, it's quite hard if you're terrible at shipping. Fortunately I lived two blocks from a grocery store, because I had to make lots of trips back. Planning parties was one of the more fun ways to practice shipping. I experimented with different themes. I learned who to invite first, and who to get involved in the planning, to get people interested in coming. One of the biggest hits was the “Inexplicably Overdressed Bar Crawl.” We'd go to various dive bars wearing suits and evening gowns. It was fun to imagine what would happen if a bunch of overdressed people went to dive bars – and it was fun to see what actually did happen. I eventually worked up to planning my mini-lives, which I talked about on episode 5. If you're going to try living in the city you dream about a couple months, how do you want it to go? How do you make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity? Any project is an opportunity to work on the project-independent shipping skills and sub-skills. Project-specific shipping skills On August 7, 1974, as groggy New Yorkers were on their way to work in the morning, they couldn't believe what they saw in the sky. It was a man – Philippe Petit – on a tightrope. For nearly an hour, Petit performed on a cable strung between the twin towers of the World Trade Center. Petit didn't just show up and do a performance a quarter-mile in the air. What became known as “the artistic crime of the century” took a lot of planning. Yes, Petit had project-independent shipping skills he was practicing. He had the vision to tightrope walk between the towers when he saw them in a magazine in a dentist's office in France six years prior. But, performing a tightrope-walk way up in the sky has lots of project-specific shipping skills, too. Besides the obvious challenge of balancing on a wire without falling, Petit had to figure out how to gain access to the twin towers, what materials to use to handle the wind and the weight of his body, and how to build buzz about his performance so more people would see it. So, leading up to his performance at the World Trade Center, Petit did performances on other landmarks around the world. He did a tightrope walk on the Notre Dame cathedral, in Paris, and between pylons of the Sydney Harbor Bridge, in Australia. Practice the shipping skills for your project type If you have a big vision you want to execute, take on smaller projects that will help you practice not only general shipping skills, but also skills specific to shipping that kind of project. This is why Seth Godin told me on that if I wanted to publish a successful book, I had better start cranking out “a book a week” on Kindle. I didn't publish a book a week, but I did publish – and continue to publish – “short reads.” They're great shipping practice specific to book-publishing projects. This is why I encourage people who want to self publish to upload to KDP a really short Kindle book – even if they do it under a pen name. It teaches you lots of shipping skills specific to self-publishing books. How do you format the book? How do you get a cover design? What keywords do you want to put in the back-end? What categories will your book be in? These are all questions you have to answer whether you're publishing a book that's five pages long, or five-hundred pages long. Practice shipping, and shipping will be easier Publishing a book that's five-hundred pages long will always require some skills you don't get to practice when publishing a book that's five pages long. Tightrope walking a quarter mile in the air will always require skills you don't practice when tightrope walking a hundred feet in the air. But the more skills you master before your grand performance, the easier it is to handle the new skills you're testing for your current project. Practice shipping, and shipping will get easier. Shipping is a skill. Image: Revolving House by Paul Klee About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. Follow David on: Twitter Instagram Facebook YouTube Subscribe to Love Your Work Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Stitcher YouTube RSS Email Support the show on Patreon Put your money where your mind is. Patreon lets you support independent creators like me. 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Groopview's Founder, Chairman and CEO, Delmond Newton, joins Coruzant Technologies for the Digital Executive podcast. He shares how he is leveraging technology to bring a fully comprehensive social platform that brings video, chat, document sharing in a real-time, more collaborative product.
Kevin Newton is a staff engineer at Shopify on the Ruby and Rails infrastructure team. He's working on improving the speed and efficiency of CRuby. The trio (Kevin, Nick and Brittany) discuss RubyKaiji talks, Kevin's work on the Prettier plug-in for Ruby and RegularExpression, the Shopify HackDays project Kevin and Nick worked on. Show Notes & Links: RegularExpression (https://github.com/kddnewton/regular_expression) Prettier Plugin for Ruby (https://github.com/prettier/plugin-ruby) Parsing Ruby (https://github.com/kddnewton/parsing-ruby) yjit (https://github.com/Shopify/yjit) Ruby Hacking Guide (https://ruby-hacking-guide.github.io/) Prettier Printer (https://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/wadler/papers/prettier/prettier.pdf) Prettier Print Module in Ruby Core (https://github.com/ruby/prettyprint) An Introduction to Speculative Optimization in V8 (https://ponyfoo.com/articles/an-introduction-to-speculative-optimization-in-v8) Kevin Newton (@kddnewton) | Twitter (https://twitter.com/kddnewton?lang=en) Kevin Newton on Github (https://github.com/kddnewton) Sponsored By: Honeybadger (https://www.honeybadger.io/) Honeybadger makes you a DevOps hero by combining error monitoring, uptime monitoring and check-in monitoring into a single, easy to use platform. Go to Honeybadger.io (https://www.honeybadger.io/) and discover how Starr, Josh, and Ben created a 100% bootstrapped monitoring solution. Scout APM (http://scoutapm.com/rubyonrails) Try their error monitoring and APM free for 14-days, no credit card needed! And as an added bonus for Ruby on Rails listeners: Scout will donate $5 to the open-source project of your choice when you deploy. Learn more at http://scoutapm.com/rubyonrails (http://scoutapm.com/rubyonrails).
Taryn Newton-Gill is a love guide, women's empowerment coach, and founder of Truer Love where she uses attachment theory to help women learn to reparent themselves so that they may create more secure, loving, and lasting partnerships. In this episode, we get into all things attachment style. In particular, she talks about why anxious preoccupied people tend to identify as fearful-avoidant. It was fascinating to hear about the different behaviors that show up across the attachment spectrum including anxiety in dismissive avoidants and avoidance in anxious preoccupied. She shares her best tips on how to become securely attached and spoiler alert, it does NOT involve years of trauma work and therapy, it's actually quite simple. We both share the amazing benefits and transformation we've experienced through healing our attachment styles. And Taryn makes this topic fun and approachable. More show notes available here: https://www.sarahcohan.com/post/tarynnewtongill Follow Taryn Newton-Gill on Instagram: @_truerlove_ Visit Taryn Newton-Gill's website: https://www.truerlove.com/ Take the Truer Love attachment style quiz: What's Your Relationship Attachment Style? Follow Lit AF on Instagram: @itsmesarahcohan.com Visit the Lit AF Website: https://www.sarahcohan.com/ Loving Lit AF? Donate to the Lit AF tip jar: https://www.sarahcohan.com/tipjar
Introducing Soapboxers, a new podcast from Newton's Dark Room! Soapboxers is a fly-on-the-wall narrative non-fiction show about community college speech and debate tournaments. Find the show on your favorite podcasting app at Soapboxerspod.com/listen Support the show on Patreon to get ad-free episodes, buttons, and more! Follow Soapboxers on social media: @soapboxerspod Explore our website at Newtonsdarkroom.com Follow us on social media: @Newtonsdarkroom
Episode length: 36:01 Authors: LaDonna K Publication details: Wrestling With the Invincibility Myth: Exploring Physicians' Resistance to Wellness and Resilience Building Interventions Acad Med 2021 Aug 10. Online ahead of print. View the abstract here Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino Linda Snell: @LindaSMedEd Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click here! A transcript of this episode is available upon request.
Welcome to another episode of Action and Ambition. Delmond Newton is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Groopview Inc. Groopview is a one-of-a-kind software startup that uses its core community viewing platform to bring people together. Groopview has created a patent-pending synchronized private social viewing solution that allows you to interact with content with friends or coworkers even when you are not physically together. Newton is a serial entrepreneur who has created or funded over six businesses in a variety of industries. Newton's experience is in finance and marketing, which he uses to help others as a business counselor and in his own entrepreneurial pursuits. Newton's work entails developing and implementing the Groopview strategy and vision and overseeing all new product features and platform expansion for Groopview. You don't want to miss this revolutionary episode! Tune in to learn more!
Mika Newton is the CEO of xCures, a health technology company that has created an AI-supported, clinical study platform for advanced cancer. Mika has more than 20 years of commercial strategy and leadership experience in life sciences, with a focus on novel technologies. Over the last 10 years Mika has concentrated on evidence-based medicine and tools to transform healthcare and clinical development. Before joining xCures Mika was the Chief Commercial Officer of Doctor Evidence, LLC. Prior to Doctor Evidence he was the General Manager of Clinical Development Services at diaDexus, SVP of Client and Market Development at Evidera, VP of Sales and Marketing at Archimedes, and held sales management and sales operations roles at Quintiles, Invitrogen and Tripos.
Steve Carell and Keira Knightley are great in this comedy drama about the end of the world. Seeking a Friend for the End of the World explores the different things people might do when there is no escaping apocalyptic doom. The ending is really good but Rob Newton and Alex Tourje explore other ways THE END might go for Penny and Dodge.
This week, the Consig made a call to Boston, and a Tom Brady guy answered. THIS IS THE SHOW. Julian Edlow (@JulianEdlow), a content analyst @DraftKings & host of Unreasonable Odds podcast, joins Dave, Carl & Neuby with the late September edition of the Cash Considerations Show.Listen as Julian tells the boys his story from growing up in Newton, Mass to now making content at Draftkings in Boston. After high school, Julian went to Rhode Island, and to this day, is still a Ram. After school, Julian started covering the Celtics at night while working PR during the day. By hanging around, always showing up and saying yes, Julian went from covering the Celts to telling people who he thinks will cover the spread. Anything is possible, and Julian is writing, podcasting and talking about betting for Draftkings everyday. Listen as Jules tells his story and stays for the full round with the boys. Timestamps:Intro: 00:00 -> 7:30(CH on Brady Mention: 02:30-> 4:15)Julian Edlow Interview: 7:40 -> 29:52MLB: 31:10 -> 35:45CFB Layin' or Takin'?: 36:45 -> 50:49NFL - In The Gun: 53:23 -> 1:26:50(One Total, One Side & One Prop 1:14:54 -> 1:26:50)Take A Minute: 1:27:00 -> END
Artemis Scantalides: How To Overcome The Problem With Money Meet Artemis, born and raised in Newton, Massachusetts, Artemis Scantalides is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, StrongFirst Team Leader, Elite Instructor, and “Iron Maiden”, Certified Kettlebell-Functional Movement Specialist (CK-FMS). She specializes in Hardstyle Style Kettlebell Training and women's strength training. She is also a Black Belt in Kung Fu, a certified SPIN® Instructor, DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Level I Instructor, Precision Nutrition Level I Coach (Pn1), as well as certified to train pregnant and postpartum clients. Artemis attended the George Washington University where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with a Minor in French. During her undergraduate years, Artemis studied abroad in various foreign language programs. As a result of her international studies, she is fluent in French and proficient in Arabic, Italian and Greek. Artemis has been working in the Fitness Industry for over 17 years. She made a drastic career change and left her job as an IT Consultant in order to pursue a career in fitness and never looked back. Working in an office did not suit her as she has been an athlete all of her life. Artemis was a ballet dancer for 23 years; she began training in Classical Ballet, Russian Technique, at the age of four, and continued on to study various types of dance with the Boston Ballet. After receiving her BA from the George Washington University in Washington, DC, Artemis relocated to New York City for two years. While living in New York City, Artemis worked and trained closely with celebrity trainer Ary Nunez, (Nike Sponsored Athlete, owner of Gotham Global Fitness LLC and personal trainer to celebrities such as Rihanna). At that time, Artemis decided to hang up her ballet shoes in order to study Kung Fu. Artemis started her martial arts journey studying Southern Shaolin style Kung Fu with a focus on the Five Animal System. Artemis returned to her University town of Washington, DC in 2005 where she began to study T'ien Shan Pai style Kung Fu and Contemporary Wu Shu. She competed in her first two Kung Fu competitions in June and September of 2007 where she won three gold medals and one silver medal. In 2009, while living in Washington, DC, Artemis obtained her Black Belt in T'ien Shan Pai style Kung Fu and Contemporary Wu Shu. Artemis will attest that next to training and testing for her RKC Instructor Certification, obtaining her Kung Fu Black Belt was one of the most challenging accomplishments that she has ever achieved. In 2011, Artemis' love for kettlebells and strength training drove her to open her own hardstyle kettlebell and training gym in Boston, Massachusetts, Iron Body Studios, with her husband, fellow StrongFirst Instructor and Certified Athletic Trainer, Eric Gahan. In addition, after she completed the Iron Maiden Challenge in 2014 (she was the ninth woman in the world to complete the Iron Maiden Challenge between StrongFirst and the RKC and the lightest and smallest woman to date as of July 25, 2014 to complete The Challenge), Artemis created her own women's strength workshop, I Am Not Afraid To Lift®, with the mission to educate women about the importance of strength training, about how to strength train properly, and to help them to feel empowered through strength training. Artemis believes that the self-efficacy and confidence that you build in the weight room carries over into all areas of life and over the past 6 years, she has taught dozens of her Lift® workshops to hundreds of women, both nationally and internationally. Artemis and her husband closed Iron Body Studios in 2016 and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada so that her husband could accept a Head Therapist position with Cirque du Soleil. Shortly after arriving in Vegas, Artemis also accepted a position with Cirque du Soleil to work as a Performance Conditioning Specialist in support of their Las Vegas resident show KÀ. Due to the demand of her online coaching and workshop business, Artemis stepped down from her position as the dedicated strength and conditioning coach for KÀ because she could no longer handle the demands of her business along with her responsibilities at Cirque du Soleil. In addition to her online coaching and workshop business, Artemis remains an On-Call strength coach for Cirque du Soleil and teaches courses and certifications as a StrongFirst Team Leader. Artemis seeks to empower women through strength as she continues to encourage and inspire women to not be afraid to lift weights and she swears by kettlebell training and strength training, as she states: “Kettlebell training and strength training not only strengthened and changed my body, but also my mindset.” What You Will Discover: [3:10] Focusing On What I Could Do Versus What I Looked Like [5:18] They Instilled A Really Strong Work Ethic In Me [12:03] Challenges Of Business Of Owning A Facility [25:12] Overcome The Shame Of Bankruptcy [30:14] Getting Stuck In The Doing [35:23] They're Rich Because They Learn How To Make Their Money Work For Them Relevant Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IrnBdyByArtemis Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IronBodyByArtemis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artemis_scantalides/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/artemis-scantalides-9ba4391/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/IrnBdyByArtemis Website: https://empoweru-online-coaching.mykajabi.com/ Website: https://ironbodybyartemis.com/ #podcast
Centuries ago, scientists claimed that heaven exists and that they knew its exact location. But gradually their claim began to fall apart ... until finally it was thoroughly demolished. Who delivered the final blow? He was one of the all-time towering figures of science -- and also a devout Christian: Isaac Newton! On this journey, Dr. G gives you a rare, inside look at the life and times of one of the saddest yet most brilliant scientists who ever lived. Newton was at the very center of things when the scientific method exploded into being in 17th century Christian Europe. And no one knows the story -- both Newton's professional and personal story -- better than Dr. G. Dr. G wants to hear from you! So join the conversation with him and your fellow travelers now on his FACEBOOK PAGE. Or email Dr. G directly by clicking HERE. ORDER DR. G's NEWEST BOOK! Believing is Seeing. * Tyndale * Books-A-Million * ChristianBook * Amazon * Barnes & Noble
This week, Andy hosts Armon J. Newton and Albert Burgos, Jr.—the creators behind the Songs of the Seven Decisions. Tune in to hear Armon and Albert talk about how they met in South San Francisco, the paths that lead each of them to their professional careers, and how the Songs of the Seven Decisions album came to be produced. Curiously...the whole album was created before Andy (or really anyone for that matter) even knew this project was happening! This fascinating episode will inspire by showing how anyone can find what they love at a young age, then turn that passion into a successful and ongoing career. More from Armon J. Newton: Website: https://www.armonjnewton.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/armonthehost/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/armon.newton More from Albert "ABURGZ" Burgos Jr.: Website: https://www.aburgzproduction.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aburgzproduction/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABurgzMusic/ If you have questions or comments for THE PROFESSIONAL NOTICER, please contact us at: Email: TheProfessionalNoticer@AndyAndrews.com Facebook.com/AndyAndrews YouTube.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor Twitter.com/AndyAndrews Instagram.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor
In this new Patreon exclusive minisode we take a look at some surprising celebrity stage names, and discover that our very own Jessyca may not be who she says she is. Become a VIP Baddie for even more Tray & J, at patreon.com/badexamples to listen to this full exclusive minisode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In 1856, Foote became the first person to make a connection between the Earth's temperature and the concentration of carbon dioxide gas in the atmosphere, though she's rarely credited for it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com