Even though most farm workers in developing countries are women, very few of them own the land they work on. Some rural communities ignore the law and forcibly seize land from women or prevent them from buying or inheriting land in the first place. In this episode, Nisha hears from Angelique, a Congolese woman who tried to persuade a skeptical community that she had just as much right to own land as her husband. Nisha also talks to Rachel Boketa, the Country Director of Women for Women International in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Sabreen Alikhan, our Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning about a project to support women like Angelique to become advocates for equality as well as ‘boss ladies' in their own right.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
back home premieres this month at the 2022 Vancouver International Film Festival. The film follows filmmaker Nisha Platzer's journey to get to know her older brother Josh 20 years after he took his own life. Over the span of five years, Nisha connects with the friends who knew Josh best as a teenager; it isn't long before his chosen family becomes hers, too. back home is a haunting and nuanced film, shifting between past and present, employing 16mm and Super 8 footage, sometimes dream-like and out of focus – and even though tragedy and trauma are present, so are connection, growth, and love. We watch as Nisha tries to make sense of something that doesn't always make sense, and learn how to make space for grief in her life. In this riveting episode, Nisha Platzer and producer Joella Cabalu discuss their remarkable journey to bring back home to the screen. Content warning: This episode contains frank talk about suicide. If you're thinking about suicide or are worried about a friend or a loved one, the Canada Suicide Prevention Service is available 24/7/365 at 1.833.456.4566. You can also find links to international suicide prevention and mental health support services below. You matter. You're not alone.Episode sponsor: Fish Flight Entertainment
Anjali Bhimani recently joined host Elias in the cave! You can see Anjali as Auntie Ruby on Disney+ series Ms. Marvel. Anjali is well known to audiences for her roles as Symmetra in Overwatch, Rampart in Apex Legends, Kala in Indivisible, Yasmin Choudhury in Fallout 76, Nisha in Fallout 4, and Mira in Rival Speak. Tabletop gamers will know her as the proud and feisty Miriam on UnDeadwood, a limited series by well-known media company Critical Role, and as the strong-headed sniper Stingray in We're Alive: Frontier on the popular YouTube channel Geek and Sundry. Anjali recently released her first book entitled I Am Fun Size, and So Are YOU: Thoughts from a Tiny Human on Living a Giant Life. The book concept is based off her YouTube series of the same name, where Anjaliinterviews other well-known performers to share experiences and personal lessons from their own journeys. She is also a founding member of What The Vox, a collective of accomplished female voice actors looking to impact change within the voice over industry through meaningful conversations. She also recurs in Season 2 of Netflix's Emmy-nominated comedy series Special. Other notable credits include roles as Nina Patel on Modern Family and Joya in Alex, Inc., as well as roles in The Loud House, Casagrandes, S.W.A.T., Crazy-Ex Girlfriend, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Silicon Valley, NCIS, The Sopranos, Law and Order: SVU, Glitch Techs, Big City Greens, Criminal Minds, Grace and Frankie, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, It's Pony, and more. Anjali earned her degree in theatre from Northwestern University's highly acclaimed theatre school, with a certificate in musical theatre, and spent years performing across the country in top organizations such as Second Stage, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Goodman Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The McCarter Theatre, The Huntington Theatre Company and more. She was an original cast member of the Tony-nominated Metamorphoses on Broadway, which won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play. You can watch this interview on YouTube https://youtu.be/wKHXNaT4_nY Have a question? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com www.youtube.com/c/TheManCaveChronicleswElias
El viaje de Nisha parte de la propia vida de la directora Iram Haq, nacida en noruega y de raíces pakistaníes, secuestrada por su propia familia y trasladada a Pakistán siendo adolescente, tal como la protagonista del film que nos ocupa. Nisha vive una doble vida, fuera de casa se comporta como una occidental más, juega a baloncesto, fuma porros en fiestas, baila con sus amigos. En casa, de puertas adentro, es otra, debe respetar las reglas impuestas por la religión musulmana. El padre la quiere mucho, siempre que se mueva dentro de los códigos, hasta que la sorprenda en su habitación besándose con un joven noruego. Los padres decidirán apartarla de su mundo, enviarla a otro drásticamente diferente . Para ellos hay líneas infranqueables, la tradición, el honor y el que dirán de la comunidad a la que pertenecen les convence del castigo. La historia transita entre cárceles, la cárcel de una familia castradora que todo lo hace por el aparente bienestar de la hija, y la mudanza del segundo acto, el viaje al expreso de medianoche de Pakistán, con una tía mezquina y prohibitiva, un tío que le asegura que como no cambie se pasará la vida ordeñando vacas de un marido granjero, y un primo panoli. El film carga las tintas más de la cuenta en situaciones cercanas al disparate, la secuencia nocturna de la policía chantajista podía haber sido filmada con más sobriedad, o la del padre animando a su hija a que se suicide despeñándose por un barranco. Si esto ocurrió así, lo que debían haber hecho es ingresar a ese señor en un psiquiátrico. Esta noche volamos la cometa en los cielos de Islamabad... Zacarías Cotán, Raúl Gallego, Rosario Medina y Davis Velazquez
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How progressive campaigners in the US managed to win bipartisan legislation by building a hugely diverse coalition that brought together everyone from the American Civil Liberties Union to the Koch Brothers and the religious right, combined with personal stories of everyone from victims of crime to former prisoners. Nisha Anand - former punk rock protestor, chief of staff to legendary organiser Van Jones and now CEO of Dream Corps - was at the heart of this amazing breakthrough. She talks about how they managed it and what the lessons are for campaigners on other issues. Produced by Larger Us and distributed by Real Agenda Radio www.realagendaradio.org
Nisha, Dan, and Prateek are back with some whisky and revisiting thoughts around Ex-Ante vs Ex-Post in order to answer an audience question looking for "guidance on finding the sweet spot to achieve meaningful metrics without too much waste in the form of ex-Ante Analysis."
Interview with Dr. Nisha Manek Nisha Manek, MD, is a physician, author, educator, and integrative health specialist. Formerly an esteemed member of the Mayo Clinic's Division of Rheumatology in Rochester, Minnesota, Nisha is an internationally recognized leader in the field of integrative medicine. Nisha is also a protégé of Professor William A. Tiller and is a student of the theoretical and practical applications of Tiller's physics in medicine. This conversation is about the incredible science of intention, how we can condition our space to support us in our wellbeing and how to navigate these hard times. It's a MUST conversation!!!♥️ we also talk about her incredible book “Bridging Science and Spirit”. Learn more about Dr. Nisha Manek at https://nishamanekmd.com/ My name is Jasna Burza & I am a Life and Business Strategist and Motivational Speaker based in Minneapolis. Having lived through war in native Bosnia, I teach and inspire others to learn resilience, create purpose and connect to deeper meaning of life, aligning their skills and passions with their work. I run multiple businesses & talk about many different topics around starting and growing a business, life & business mindset, purpose and spirituality. I hope my positivity and passion for dreams is not only infectious, but is guaranteed to energize and empower those around.
The Methods Matter Podcast - from Dementia Researcher & the National Centre for Research Methods. A podcast for people who don't know much about methods...those who do, and those who just want to find news and clever ways to use them in their research. In this second series Clinical Research Fellow, Dr Donncha Mullin from The University of Edinburgh brings together leading experts in research methodology, and the dementia researchers that use them, to provide a fun introduction to five qualitive research methods in a safe space where there are no such things as dumb questions! Episode Two – Grounded Theory In expert corner - Dr Kahryn Hughes, from University of Leeds. Director of the Timescapes Archive, Editor in Chief of Sociological Research Online, Convenor of the MA Qualitative Research Methods and a Senior Fellow for the NCRM. In researcher ranch – Nisha Dhanda, Audiologist, Teaching Fellow, and PhD Candidate from Aston University. Nisha has always had an interest in the way people communicate and how this is affected with unmanaged hearing loss and associated comorbidities like cognitive impairment and dementia, an interest that has inspired her teaching and her PhD. Further reading referenced in the show: Barney G Glaser / Anselm L Strauss Book - https://bit.ly/3BhznQ3 Anselm L Strauss / Juliet Corbin Book - https://www.socresonline.org.uk/4/2/strauss.html Kathy Charmaz career and books - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kathy_Charmaz Discussion with Kathy Charmaz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5AHmHQS6WQ Virginia Braun and Victoria Clark website - https://www.thematicanalysis.net -- Read more about our guests and listen to more great podcasts at: https://www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk The National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) provides a service to learners, trainers and partner organisations in the research methods community - methodological training and resources on core and advanced quantitative, qualitive, digital, creative, visual, mixed and multimodal methods. https://www.ncrm.ac.uk -- This podcast is brought to you in association with Alzheimer's Research UK and Alzheimer's Society, who we thank for their ongoing support.
Cuffing season is upon us again ladies!! It's time to recruit, figure out your lineup and choose the MVP. No pressure, no pressure at all lol. Just Kiya and Nisha discussing their methods and thoughts during this drafting season.Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok at @wineortequilapodcast; Twitter @wineortequila and/or email us at email@example.com.Rate, Review and Subscribe!
It was a true joy to have Mowgli Street Food founder Nisha Katona back on Hospitality Mavericks. Her restaurant is all about how Indians eat at home and on their streets, and it is one of the Top 100 companies to work for in the UK. This time round we catch up on how her life and business has been since covid. In this episode, Nisha discusses how running a small restaurant can still make amibitious plans for the environment and be a reputable employer in the industry. We also explore the differences between being a CEO and a founder, her strategy for high retention rates, doing her own social media – and why she gets outside no matter the weather. Links: https://www.hospitalitymavericks.com/29-enriching-lives-with-mowglis-nisha-katona-founder-of-mowgli-street-food/ (#29: Enriching Lives With Mowgli's Nisha Katona, Founder of Mowgli Street Food) https://www.hospitalitymavericks.com/169-shawn-askinosie-founder-and-ceo-of-askinosie-chocolate-on-whats-enough/ (#169 Shawn Askinosie, Founder and CEO of Askinosie Chocolate, on What's Enough) https://www.amazon.com/Stillness-is-the-Key/dp/1788162064 (‘Stillness Is The Key' by Ryan Holiday) https://www.mowglistreetfood.com/ (Mowgli Street Food Website) https://www.instagram.com/mowglistreetfood/ (Mowgli Street Food Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/mowglistreetfood/ (Mowgli Street Food Facebook) Connect with the podcast: https://colossal-designer-2784.ck.page/40ada1483a (Join the Hospitality Mavericks newsletter): https://rb.gy/5rqyeq (https://rb.gy/5rqyeq) A big thank you to our sponsor Bizimply who are helping progressive leaders and operators making every shift run like clockwork. Head to our website at https://www.bizimply.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=mavericks (www.bizimply.com) or email them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
When getting older we HAVE to better at taking care of ourselves. We only have ONE body. Nisha and Kiya have both been down sick and have come to a few conclusions. We have to put our body's needs over everyone else. Otherwise, our body will make us sit down and the most inconvenient of times.Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok at @wineortequilapodcast; Twitter @wineortequila and/or email us at email@example.com.Rate, Review and Subscribe!
Are you confident or do you just fake it til you make it? Do you REALLY trust yourself? Have you ever considered the difference between self trust vs confidence? Listen, Nisha not Kiya have either and we are learning something about ourselves in this whole dialogue.Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok at @wineortequilapodcast; Twitter @wineortequila and/or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Rate, Review and Subscribe!
Welcome back for another session of our book club on Getting Personal with Inquiry Learning by Kath Murdoch. We are focusing on sections 3.4 - 3.5 in this episode to learn how to confer and sustain the inquiry process. Before we begin, we need to give a big shout to Nisha Vahi, our moderator for this session. Nisha helped us to explore new reflection tools: Root, Bark, Branch from Shifting Schools and Triangle-Square-Circle from Harry & Rosemary Wong in The Classroom Instruction Book. Now, we have new tools to help our learners stretch their thinking! Join this session as we look at the process of really conferring with our learners and leaving the power of the learning with them.For a written blog post and other resources, visit: https://thinkchat2020.weebly.com
When dating when do you begin asking important questions about what life could look like merging worlds together? Nisha and Kiya tackle it from what we typically and don't typically ask. What questions do you ask?Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok at @wineortequilapodcast; Twitter @wineortequila and/or email us at email@example.com.Rate, Review and Subscribe!
We have Micaela Lamas and Nikhil Saboo. In this episode we talk about the conversations that Dear Evan Hansen will have in the car ride home and more. Conversations about what it means to belong, and mental health and how both affect our daily lives............Today's podcast is sponsored by Athletic Greens. Athletic Greens is a scoop wellness that allows you to absorb 75 quality vitamins and minerals regardless of your health needs. Athletic Greens is giving you a Free 1 year supply of immune supporting Vitamin D with 5 travel packs with your first purchase. Go to their site www.athleticgreens.com/emerging to take ownership over your health needs....................Micaela Lamas-she/her is thrilled to join DEH fam. She is a recent graduate of the Texas State University BFA Musical Theatre program and a Texas native. All of the love and thanks to CGF, the DEH team, Tara Rubin casting, and every teacher along the way. Love to her friends, family especially mom, & her grandparents.....................Nikhil Saboo-is elated to join the tour of DEH-aligning in his purpose of creating space, opening others' perspectives, and lifting up all aspiring South Asian artist across the country. Prior, Nikhil was on tour with the Angelica Company of Hamilton and in the original Broadway cast of Mean Girls. Gratitude to Stewart Talent, the DEH company, and his tribe. Love to Mom, Dad, and Nisha. For Dada and Ama.............................Dear Evan Hansen will be at the Kimmel Center from August 16-August. This show will sell out so be sure to get your tickets now.Thanks to my podcast collaborate/round table Tomika Bryant of Life in Pumps. She is a Blogger, that covers Lifestyle, Wellness, and Travel. and Whitney Alese of The Reclaimed who is a writer, podcaster, and culture commentator.Special thanks to Hannah C. and Aliena W for setting this opportunity.I can be found on social media as Toitimeblog or on the blog.
Nisha Adhikari Malla is an actress, model, producer, VJ and mountaineer, who started off from a TV program 'Gharbeti B', then debuted in a movie ‘Mission Paisa', following with First Love, Naina Resham, Soongava, Mukhauta, How Funny, and her newly releasing movie ‘Ma'. In this episode of On Air, we talk about podcasts, Everest experience, hunting with Tribal hunters, Mission Paisa, Soongava, Nepali movie history, Prem Geet – 3, climbing highest peak of Africa, and many more of her adventures so far.
Compilation of stories marking 50 years since Idi Amin expelled thousands of Asians from Uganda in 1972. We hear about why they migrated there, their expulsion, and what they did next. Jamie Govani's grandparents always dreamed about finding a better life away from India. After getting married in the Indian state of Gujarat in the 1920s, they decided to pack their bags and move to Uganda with their young family. It was a wonderful place to grow up for Jamie, but racial segregation lingered in the background, and things began to change after Ugandan independence in 1962. She's been speaking to Ben Henderson. As well as in Uganda, there was also an Asian population in Kenya, who experienced discrimination. This was initially from white settlers but, after independence, it came from black Kenyans too. Following the partition of India in 1947, Saleem Sheikh's parents fled to Kenya. His family joined a thriving Asian community there. But, they were forced to leave in the late 1960s after a rise in violence against the Asian population. Saleem tells Ben Henderson about his life. In August 1972, the dictator Idi Amin announced that all Asians had just 90 days to leave Uganda. Nurdin Dawood, who was a teacher with a young family, initially didn't believe that Amin was being serious. But soon he was desperately searching for a country to call home. He spoke to his daughter Farhana Dawood in 2011. Thousands of Asians who were expelled from Uganda in 1972 settled in the UK and many made the city of Leicester their home. They helped to shape the east Midlands city's identity with lots of new businesses. Now Leicester has the largest Diwali celebrations outside of India. Nisha Popat was nine-years-old when she arrived there with her family who later opened a restaurant in the area that became known as the Golden Mile. Nisha tells her story to Reena Stanton-Sharma. President Yoweri Museveni came to power in 1986. He encouraged exiled Asians to return to Uganda and reclaim their homes and businesses in order to rebuild the country. The economy had collapsed under the dictator Idi Amin. Dr. Mumtaz Kassam was one of the people who went back to Uganda years after arriving in the UK as a refugee. She talks to Reena Stanton-Sharma about returning to the country that had expelled her. (Picture of Jamie Govani's grandparents, aunts and uncles in Uganda in the 1950s)
In just one year, women's lives have got a lot harder in Afghanistan. Unable to work, go to school or leave their homes without a male guardian, they are struggling to adapt to new restrictions imposed by the de facto government. In this episode, Nisha talks to Afghan women about what it feels like to lose basic freedoms and what makes them stronger against all the odds. She also finds out how Afghan women are finding ways to meet and build a better life for themselves and how we at Women for Women International are supporting them to do it. For more information about us, visit Womenforwomen.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NISHA VORA is a food blogger, photographer, and stylist. After graduating from Harvard Law School and working as a lawyer for four years, she turned in her casebooks for cookbooks and launched a career in her dream world of food by creating RainbowPlantLife, a popular vegan Instagram account, blog, and YouTube channel. With food and photos as vivid, joyous, and wholesome as the title of her popular cooking blog—Rainbow Plant Life—suggests, Nisha Vora shares nourishing recipes with her loyal followers daily. Now, in her debut cookbook, she makes healthy, delicious everyday cooking a snap with more than 90 nutritious (and colorful!) recipes you can make easily with the magic of an Instant Pot pressure cooker. With a comprehensive primer to the machine and all its functions, you, too, can taste the rainbow with a full repertoire of vegan dishes. Start the day with Nisha's Homemade Coconut Yogurt or Breakfast Enchilada Casserole, then move on to hearty mains like Miso Mushroom Risotto, and even decadent desserts including Double Fudge Chocolate Cake and Red Wine-Poached Pears. The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook will quickly become a go-to source of inspiration in your kitchen.
Live from the Mind Body Soul Magazine spring release party. I interview PHD of jungian psychology Melinda Fouts. And she is ridiculously smart! Melinda's article in the spring release is “Executive Coaching with a GROWTH Mindset”. But first we go a little deep on this jungian psychology thing… How does one end up with a PHD in jungian psychology? It's a fun story which she graciously tells. Which of course leads to burn out as a psychologist. And her subsequent rebirth as an 7 years ago as an executive coach! “Coaching with an iron fist and a velvet glove.” As she likes to say. Her top three executive mindfulness tips to work more effectively with your team.60 seconds to do 5 deep breaths. Bring awareness to the trigger. This gives you time to choose a different response.Know thyself! That's why everyone needs a coach. Be aware that you are being triggered. Silence is your friend. Be open to the fact that maybe you are being triggered. Asking questions keeps you in the power seat. This keeps you out of the emotional part of the brain. And Oh Yeah! Her book “Cognitive Enlightenment”. It's all about ways to discipline your mind not to let anyone disrupt your inner peace. You can find Melinda here: https://www.successstartswithyou.net/ And read her book here: Cognitive Enlightenment: A Disciplining of Your Mind. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/1642680885/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_69WFBA63A8NJYP1DJB1M Get the spring issue of Mind Body Soul Magazine here! https://mindbodysoul.media/issue/ Administrative: (See episode transcript below)WATCH this episode here: Table Rush Talk Show.Listen on the go at http://TableRush.net. Over 450 episodes and counting!Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.lTranscript:Mischa Zvegintzov All right. Hello, everybody. Welcome to The Table rush talk show. I'm here with Melinda Fouts PhD. And you just dropped a PhD ofMelinda Fouts union psychology.Mischa Zvegintzov You up in psychology? That's ridiculous. I mean, in a big way, like, what? How before we get to that, like, how do you just drop that right away? That's incredible. Wow.Melinda Fouts Well, it's not cognitive behavioral therapy. Yeah. It's studying the theories and concepts of Carl you. Yeah. And he was a contemporary of Freud's. For those of you who don't know who Carl Jung is, okay. And he split from Freud because Freud said, every dream we had a sexual component. And Carl Jung said, No, it doesn't. Yeah. And Carl Jung started really looking at the undiscovered self. Okay, the unconscious and how, like dreams give us images. Yeah. So it's code to learn more about yourself.Mischa Zvegintzov Wow. Was this Well, hold on. Before we get to that? We are at the spring, Mind Body Soul magazine release party. We're here in the Aspen area. And what's this valley called? Again? It'sMelinda Fouts the Roaring Fork Valley,Mischa Zvegintzov the the Roaring Fork Valley, which is incredibly beautiful. You're a 20 year resident of the area. Awesome. And, and Melinda has an article in Mind Body Soul. Is this the center spread by chance? No. That's all right. It's you need to like a double PhD to get the center thread, right. But anyway, so we're here and your executive coaching with a group mindset with a growth mindset, excuse me, of which we're going to talk about but first youngin union union, psychology PhD. Is this like, at a high school? I like what's your track for that? Was it inspired right away? Or was this accidental along the way?Melinda Fouts Oh, I did not like what I was doing. So after I would take my daughter to daycare, okay. I would walk two miles down the beach because I lived in Montecito at the time and two miles back, yelling at the universe. You didn't put me on this earth for nothing. Yeah. And then one day, I said, Why don't you answer. Okay. And then, because you never shut up and stop talking.Melinda Fouts And it was that day. I said, Okay, I get the rent for two miles, and then I'll shut up and start listening to who would bargain like that, right? Yes. And I bargain, I still get to anyway rant because I was all geared up to do my rant. And then I said, Okay, when I turned around after two miles, I said, Okay, give me my answer. And I got my answer that day, in code in code, okay. So I walked down the beach barefoot with my dog in the surf. And on the way back, I started picking up broken shards of glass. And at the end of my walk, my hands are covered full of broken shards of glass. And I said to myself, How come I didn't see one piece of glass on the way down? And the universe says, think about all the broken, shattered lives that need to be picked up and held. I'm like, Oh, this is code. I have no idea what it means. Like I asked the right question. Yeah, I didn't get an answer. I just don't know what it means.Mischa Zvegintzov Okay, and soMelinda Fouts I went to this friend of mine and older gentleman, I said, Help me because Melinda is so obvious and like, talk to me. And he said, You're supposed to be a psychotherapist, so I was just like a therapist. Okay. You're supposed to go to this Pacifica Graduate Institute, which is just down the street, Santa Monica. It's in Carpinteria.Mischa Zvegintzov Oh, okay.Melinda Fouts And that sent me on myMischa Zvegintzov is that the who ran NMAPMelinda Fouts Stephen doesn't stop and he still does, okay. And it's a depth psychology Institute. Okay. And that's what started In my journey,Mischa Zvegintzov cool, amazing and and you got your PhD? How many years did you invest of your time and effort into that? If you don't mind me askingMelinda Fouts was a two year program for your masters. It's a three year program for your PhD. In California, you have to do 3000 hours of an internship before you can sit for the licensing exam. Oh, my God. And back in the dark ages when I did this, yes, I had to do an oral exam. And only two of us out of 33 passed. And I was wonderingMischa Zvegintzov what? Wow. Oh my gosh. So executive coaching with a growth mindset. How does this come about another sort of existential crisis as you're a psychotherapist, orMelinda Fouts so about seven years ago? Yeah. Burnout, burnout, burnout on the pathology. Yeah. And I, woman, global CIO of an international organization came to me, and she said, I received a phone call from a colleague. She said, my entire team is afraid of me, because I'm harsh. And then in a sweet little boy, she goes, but I would see myself as harsh. So I worked with her for nine. ButMischa Zvegintzov of course, sheMelinda Fouts really, really, we all haveMischa Zvegintzov abuse we do.Melinda Fouts So I discovered what would trigger her to pounce on her gene. Oh, so I worked with her and nine months, we finally conquered this blind spot. We've conquered this relative bill that would just leap out of her at times. Yeah. And at the end of our time, together, she goes, You should be an executive coach. I have worked with multiple executive coaches, and none of them and help me like you have. That's exactly what I need is the same skills and tools I've crafted over 20Mischa Zvegintzov years. Yeah.Melinda Fouts And I get to the top. So my tagline is coaching with an iron fist in a velvet glove?Mischa Zvegintzov Ah, I like it. Real quick, where can people find you? So if they're captivated by your stories, such as I am, and they're like, I need to know more? Where can they find you? LinkedIn, LinkedIn. Okay.Melinda Fouts My website. Okay, what'sMischa Zvegintzov your website?Melinda Fouts Success starts with you.net.Mischa Zvegintzov Success starts with you.net. Awesome. And you give a complimentary coaching session asMelinda Fouts I want to make sure we're a good fit.Mischa Zvegintzov I love it. So it's almost like you're interviewing the person making sure that yeah, open minded or willing or like, what are what are you looking for? Like, what's a good fit? I'm just going to adjust this while you're thinking about.Melinda Fouts Across the board, Nisha, yes, there's common denominators, no matter what you come to me with. And everyone gets in their own way, because they have patterns of behavior. And they need a new new skills, new techniques. Everyone I coached needs better communication skills across the board.Mischa Zvegintzov fact of life. You have a blind spot, you need better communication skills, I'm sorry, resolution, conflict resolution.Melinda Fouts And I think I have an advantage that everyone else doesn't have. Okay. So the people that come to me are so focused on their business in their work. And I have this overview fetch. So I have a different perspective. And I hear all the time. Why didn't I think of it? Why couldn't I think of it all the time? And so I always push my clients to come up with a different answer. And I go, Oh, that was a b minus that was an A minus one clients and what does it take to get an A plus out of you? Yes. And I said, if you can give me a never before thought of answer. That's all I can do for them. I love it. I love it.Mischa Zvegintzov When you're at the top of your game, you are in the zone in the flow, fully connected in mind, body and soul. That's a quote that we've got right there. Tell me if someone's trying to be more soulful, or more connected or more. I don't know spiritual is the right word. But more aware, like, what are some, for any executive out there who's watching this? Like, what are three tips you'd give like, Hey, if you're trying to be more mindful? Am I asking that question? Right? Yes, yeah.Melinda Fouts First of all, everyone that works with the ants have some kind of mindfulness practice. Yeah. And that can be a 62nd. Five minute long, slow, deep breaths. That is actually a mindfulness practice. Okay, take 60 seconds to do five of those. Have you do them deep communicate? So people get reactionary? Yes. Especially under stress. Yes. One of my strengths is emotional intelligence. And so like, this woman would get triggered, and then she'd read. So bringing awareness to the trigger, because we all get triggered. Yeah. You have to allow yourself to feel the feeling. So it's like a match. You get triggered. It's like your cock. Yeah, you're holding the match. But her reaction to her team actually burns her. Right? Yeah. So I said, Okay. Allow yourself to feel the feeling, the blowout the match before you react. So now you're focused, you're feeling Yeah, you're giving yourself some space. And then that gives you time to choose a different response response. So one of my tools is become curious. Ask questions, because then you get out of the amygdala hijack the emotional part of the brain. And you stay in the prefrontal cortex, your reasoning, thinking function part of the brain. So when you ask questions and step into it will help me understand something. How come you keep making this same mistake? Are you aware that you're making the same mistake? Because they may not be? So that's a tool, the curiosity tool, yeah. To help you be less reactionary.Mischa Zvegintzov Good. Awesome. And then third, number 3/3.Melinda Fouts The whole premise of Carl use theories and concepts is greater self awareness. Know thyself is the hardest thing in the world to do. That's why everyone needs a coach. Yes. Because I see things you can't see about you. Yes. And so being connected with yourself being connected that your trigger? Yes. It's hard for people they don't think just react and WIZO things way down. So that they can pause. So I say silence is your friend. Yes. And asking questions keeps you in the power seat. And it's a whole technique around staying connected to mind, body and soul where you're aligned, centered and grounded. In which you can then be more present to the other.Mischa Zvegintzov It's good. That's good stuff. I think those are good things. Yeah. So breathe deep, slow down, to take those five big breaths for that minutes. Ask questions. Right?Melinda Fouts Asking questions will keep you out of the emotional part of the brain.Mischa Zvegintzov I love it. And then number three is be aware that you're triggered like, know thyself, like, like, be open to the fact the way I would say the way I hear it is like, hey, like, open your self up to the idea that yeah, maybe you're triggered and maybe you need to chill. Yes, yes.Melinda Fouts That's a good reframe. Okay.Mischa Zvegintzov Thank you. You're also an amazing skier. This is I can I can tell we before we started this interview, we started talking about skiing. We were she graciously let me eat to get caught up. So I've been interviewing like mad, but you've been skiing all over the place and you're still an avid skier. Oh, yeah,Melinda Fouts most guys can't keep up with me. Yeah, that's amazing.Mischa Zvegintzov And where's your favorite? Like, where's your favorite spot to ski?Melinda Fouts I enjoy Ajax and Highland.Mischa Zvegintzov Cool. Yeah. Hey, this has been a ton of fun. Thank you can Stacy's just one more glass of wine and wine or Margarita beer? Thank you. And then done for me. And then I'm just gonna ask her. We are just about done. So I wanted to know from the Linda, is there anything that you would feel remiss if you didn't get to say it before we end our interview here? Like, Oh, yes.Melinda Fouts Yes. Cognitive enlightenment. Gabrielle says,Mischa Zvegintzov okayMischa Zvegintzov it's a busy night for me. So you have a three ring circus. So you have a book out? Yes. And it is calledMelinda Fouts cognitive enlightenment. Cool. And it's it's only 80 pages, butMischa Zvegintzov it's really did. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Cool. And where can they find it? Amazon love it and what's the top? It's called cognitive enlightenment. So, in 30 seconds, like what could be your best sales pitch on why somebody should should grab your book and quickly or not quickly dive into the 80 or so pages.Melinda Fouts We all let everything outside of ourselves disrupt our inner peace. And it's all about ways to uncover and develop a discipline to discipline your mind. Not to let anyone disrupt your inner peace and sneak preview the last chapter is all about my journey which is kind of fun.Mischa Zvegintzov Sweet. I love it. The length of this has been a ton of.Melinda Fouts Fun
In October 2019, Jolly Joseph from Koodathayi, a small town in Kerala, India, was arrested by local police for allegedly killing her husband, Roy Thomas. In time, it would be revealed that between 2002 to 2017, Jolly was allegedly responsible for the deaths of 6 members of her family. The victims included Jolly's mother-in-law Annamma Thomas (died in 2002), father-in-law Tom Thomas (2008), her husband Roy (2011), her husband's maternal uncle Mathew Manjadiyil (2014), her cousin-in-law Shaju's daughter Alphine (2014), and Shaju's former wife Sily (2016). In this time, Jolly inherited money and property from her in-laws and also went on to marry Shaju in 2017, less than a year after his wife passed away. After Roy Thomas' brother raised suspicion regarding the deaths and approached the police, a once-forgotten criminal complaint was re-visited by the Kozhikode police. This time, more charges were added, including death caused by the administering of cyanide, a poison, all in the pursuit of property and love. Jolly's involvement in all the cases gave way to a 12,000-page chargesheet, evidence list, and witness list to be submitted before a Kerala court. We are still awaiting the trial in this case, which is expected to begin momentarily. Till then Jolly languishes in jail, hoping that the evidence in the cases are not enough to put her away for life.Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.Follow the show across platforms:Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavan, Gaana, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music
If adopting a plant-based diet is among your strategies for bettering the planet, you're not alone. This week, Nisha Vora, the lawyer turned plant-based chef and cookbook author behind Rainbow Plant Life, shares how to cook up vegan dishes even the pickiest eaters will enjoy, ways you can develop more sustainable habits in the kitchen, and more. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/nisha-vora-interview/.
In this episode of Your Story Medicine, I welcome Nisha Mody, a feminist healing coach, writer, facilitator, librarian, podcaster, and speech-language pathologist living on the home of the Gabrieliño/Tongva peoples, also known as Los Angeles. As the daughter of Indian immigrants, she has experienced the deeply internalized effects of colonization and heteronormative structures. Nisha's lived experience, clinical experience, fascination with language, collective mindset, and passion for connecting with others combined with her anti-capitalist, anti-racist, and feminist beliefs are central to her work in this space. Main Topics Discussed: Stopping ourselves from treating self care as merely “after-care”Setting the right boundaries in order to cultivate healthy relationships with loved onesDiscovering and embodying your core valuesHow the Care Bears perfectly illustrate collective care in actionSeeing all of our feelings, including negative emotions, as opportunities for growth Learn more about Nisha Mody: Visit her website: www.nishaland.com Follow her on Instagram: www.instagram.com/healinghypegirl
La Llorona is the subject of Mexican folklore, of a vengeful spirit of a woman, who roams around water bodies, lamenting and mourning the loss of her children. Children that she likely… drowned herself. Legend has it that she still haunts multiple regions in central America today, either lamenting the loss of her children or kidnapping other children in order to replace those she lost. La Llorona is also called the ‘Weeping Woman' or the ‘Wailer'. She is known to wander around large water bodies, in a white dress that had decayed and frayed since her origin, in a body that is still decomposing. There are many, many versions of her origins. Spread across Mexican, Venezuelan, Southwestern United States, and even from Aztec lore. The treatment of La Llorona is just a bit different in each culture, and that depends on how they viewed her – as a woman, mother, spirit, and killer. Another interpretation of La Llorona portrays her as the native land of the people of central and south Americas, with the crude Spanish invaders being the “man” who violates her. The invaders then leave her and her children to their own devices, after stripping her of her resources and wealth. La Llorona does have a cult status today, especially in Western pop culture. She is featured in many pieces of literature, theatre, and music. Including at least 13 movies and 6 TV shows that we know of. Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.Follow the show across platforms:Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavan, Gaana, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music
Bible Reading: Nehemiah 4:6-15guess what? After class today, Logan trusted Jesus as his Savior!" Rayden excitedly told his family on the way home from church."That's great!" Dad exclaimed."Wonderful!" added Mom enthusiastically. "Your prayers have been answered."But Rayden's sister Esme frowned. "Why doesn't God answer my prayers too?" she asked. "I pray for my friend Nisha, but I'm not sure it does any good." "Don't be discouraged," said Dad. "Sometimes it takes a long time for a person to come to Christ.""Yeah. I talked to Logan about my faith and answered questions he had about Jesus for more than a year before he wanted to come to church to learn more," Rayden reminded her. Mom turned to Esme. "What kind of response do you get from Nisha when you talk to her about Jesus?" she asked."I don't know. I…I haven't really said much to her about Him," Esme admitted."Have you invited her to church or your Wednesday night Bible club?" Dad asked."Well, no," said Esme. "But I let her know I go. And I pray for her all the time!""Praying for her is very important," said Dad. "God is the only one who can change people's hearts, after all, not us. But He often uses us to help people learn about Jesus and bring them to Him. That means we need to be ready to do our part in helping someone know Jesus.""That's right," said Mom. "Remember the Bible story of Nehemiah and the people of Israel building a wall around Jerusalem? When they heard their enemies were coming, they prayed--but they didn't just pray. They also prepared to fight. It's important to pray for Nisha, but there may be something else the Lord wants you to do in addition to praying."Esme was silent for a while. When they arrived home, she jumped out of the car. "I want to text Nisha and invite her to come to Bible club on Wednesday. We're having a game night, and I think it would help me talk to her about Jesus."Dad nodded. "Let's pray that Nisha will come--not only to church, but also to know Jesus as her Savior." -Hazel W. MarettHow About You?Are you praying for something--for someone's salvation, for money you need, or for better grades? Jesus tells us to bring all our concerns to Him, so keep praying! But also be ready to do something He wants you to do in that situation, such as talking to somebody about Jesus, mowing a lawn, or studying hard. Pray, and then be ready to act as you trust Him to answer your prayer.Today's Key Verse:We prayed to our God. And we put guards on the walls to watch day and night so that we could be ready to meet them. (ERV) (Nehemiah 4:9)Today's Key Thought:Pray and be ready to act
Reaching across the aisle doesn't mean forgetting who you are or your values —in fact, the opposite is true. When collaborating with people who don't share your core beliefs, it is more important than ever to lead with who you are to arrive at your desired outcome. Nisha is a grassroots activist and was arrested in Burma for passing out pro-democracy leaflets. She's got expansive organizing experience, and her work has solidified her belief in the power of working with unlikely partners to find real solutions. Her journey from punk rock protester to common ground champion is documented in her TEDx talk The Radical Act of Choosing Common Ground.For show notes visit diabondi.com/podcast
The Gulabi Gang is a women's rights organisation that focuses on social work for women in North India. It is also famous for its violent reactionary actions against people that commit crimes against women.Gulabi Gang was founded by Sampat Pal, in a distant remote village in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The village, called Banda, was one of many many small towns that were heavily impacted by violence against women. Sampat, along with almost 300,000 members, organised a women's movement that spread across the state of UP.These women called themselves the Gulabi Gang – because they dressed in gulabi clothing. Gulabi loosely translates to “the colour of a rose” or… well, the colour pink! Clad in pink sarees, the members of the Gulabi Gang armed themselves with bamboo sticks and other weapons, ready to use them to protect the powerless from abuse and fight corruption that causes women's issues.The group's mission statement is – “Support and train women to enhance their basic skills to become economically secure and develop the confidence to protect themselves from abuse through sustainable livelihood options.”Aside from protesting peacefully in certain cases, the Gulabi Gang is notorious for taking the law into their own hands. This has included: hunting down alleged perpetrators of physical or sexual violence, causing unrest among local populations in order to right anything that they considered wrong, and publicly shaming people they considered offenders, in a manner bordering on defamation.Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.Follow the show across platforms:Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavan, Gaana, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music
We are talking about all things BookTok and TikTok this week, and you won't want to miss a single episode! Today's guest is a prolific romance author whose work is often featured on “the Tok” - Nisha Sharma, author of “My So-Called Bollywood Life” and “Dr. Valle”. Other than writing swoon-worthy books, Nisha is an outspoken advocate for marginalised voices in the literary space – this discussion is an absolute page-turner. Get your daily happily ever after on LoveStruck Daily, with new love stories every Monday-Friday. In the meantime, follow @LoveStruckDaily on Instagram and Twitter for extra content. If you have a love story to share, or any questions for the team, email email@example.com. View episode transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/KxNztVyQLzekMw0oY3eaBuRk0Do And for goodness sakes...just kiss already!!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy 100th to all the loyal Dare Bears! A special thanks to those who have been loyal listeners - and congratulations to the 100th episode contest winner Nisha! She is joining Cordaro on this very special episode - tune in for the tea, to learn a little more about Nisha, and to celebrate with Cordaro. Email Cordaro at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Cordaro on Instagram @cordaro_santiago --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rhea Chakraborty is an Indian actress, model and video jockey, who has appeared in a handful of Bollywood movies. In June 2020, Rhea's world was flipped upside down when her rumoured partner and fellow actor, Sushant Singh Rajput, committed suicide in his flat in the city of Mumbai. Post that, through a series of confusing events, Rhea and her family were accused of a series of crimes by Sushant's father, including money laundering, fraud, cheating, and abetment of suicide. It became such a national phenomenon, that the entire country was glued to their televisions all day, all night, just to watch this drama unfold, all in the middle of a deadly global pandemic.When investigating the allegations of siphoning funds from Sushant, a few Whatsapp chats between Rhea, Sushant, and other parties were uncovered. This led to a fresh investigation of the possibility of the consumption and sale of illegal narcotics by Rhea and her associates.For a period of 2 months between August and October 2020, Rhea was called by the NCB for questioning, arrested and stayed in jail for weeks together, and was ripped apart by national and state media houses incessantly… for crimes that were not really clear just yet.In October 2020, after a long series of legal filings, Rhea was released on bail by the Bombay High Court. The court cited that “she has no criminal antecedents”, and was not likely to commit any crimes when on bail. In March 2021, an elaborate charge sheet was filed in court detailing that Rhea and her brother were engaged in the “sale, purchase, procurement, consumption and possession of narcotics drugs”. This charge sheet was filed again with the same charges in June 2022.Today Rhea awaits the next steps in her legal battle, which I'm sure we are all going to be watching with bated breath. .....GUEST ON BOARD: Anshul Choudhary, lawyer and host of the 'Adjourned' podcast, joins us for this episode! He takes on the arduous task of context setting, where he will take us through the powers of the Indian Narcotics Control Bureau and how it exercised its powers in this case.Link to the 'Adjourned' podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC25CyGDFTcksN_M2DImjI_Q/aboutFind out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media. We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.Follow the show across platforms: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavan, Gaana, Google Podcasts
Join us as we review the women we spoke about in our 2nd season. From Maria Susairaj to Sessy Xavier to Indira Gandhi – let's find out what;'s been going on since the last time we spoke about them. Joining us for this episode is Vagdha, our producer! This episode also marks the 1st anniversary of the podcast! We have 3 special fans joining us too, to speak about what they love about Miss Conduct and their favourite episodes! Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.Follow the show across platforms: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavan, Gaana, Google Podcasts
BIOGRAPHY Researcher, founder of SomaBody Trauma-Informed Pleasure Work, and author of the book Fawn: When No Looks Like Yes, Nischa Phair is educating us on fawning – when we sacrifice our authenticity to gain affection – and its detriment to our relationships. As an abusive relationship survivor, Nischa dives into the influence of stress triggers on the body, plus the impacts of toxic dating culture, and how we can learn to take back control of our power. SHOWNOTES Nischa has been in tune with her body since early childhood development and how stress responses and triggers feel in her tissues on a cellular level within her body Nischa started as a yoga teacher after a corporate career in fashion and started to learn how she turned up in her body and feel movement with dance and how this was a reflection of her life Every behaviour on the outside has a corresponding nervous tissue state for example can be seen as fight or flight and fawned responses are how our body is expressing on the outside Nischa talks about fawning in short-term and long-term relationships Consent is discussed under the fawning microscope Somatic comfort and reorienting this and being comfortable in your own skin is Nischa's definition of happiness Nischa's morning routine is drinking water, grounding and centering exercises The top three things that bring Nischa joy is being alive, dancing, and orgasms Her one meal left to eat would be veggies and dark chocolate Her top books are Bone, Breath and Gesture by Don Hanlon Johnson, and To Kill A Mockingbird Her fantasy dinner dates would be Jeff Goldblum and Maya Angelou Laughter is important to regulate the nervous system and her dog makes her laugh along with the laugh off challenge that she does with Carla Nischa's gratitude practice is getting in tune with her body and feeling into the gratitude in a somatic way
“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing. ” — Arundhati Roy More information can be found at www.socialchangeleaders.net Given the events of the recent weeks, we wanted to replay an episode we both found great encouragement from - about how social change can happen when there does not seem to be shared beliefs or perspectives. In this encore episode, Nisha Anand shares what she has learned about finding common ground and creating shared solutions that can and do lead to transformation. Enjoy this encore episode with Nisha Anand, CEO of Dream Corps. Can we create social change with others who do not share the same beliefs or perspectives? In our conversation today with Nisha Anand, she talks about how we can do this and why we should. Nisha is an Indian-American activist and the CEO of Dream Corps, a nonprofit that works to bring people together across racial, social, and partisan lines to create a future with freedom and dignity for all. In our conversation you will: Hear about Nisha's activist background which originated in high school Learn about Dream Corps' mission and how the organization seeks to address the toughest problems by creating shared solutions Listen to Nisha describe her understanding of how to use love as a force for good, how it supports inclusion and why it is vital for leaders Learn about the framework Dream Corps uses, called the ‘4 corners of power' Hear some stories about the way Nisha used connection and common ground to make big strides in creating social change Listen to the story behind one of the best pieces of advice she has learned from her mentor, Van Jones, ‘Hope it's your fault and it usually is.' Hear Nisha's thoughts on what qualities are important for today's leaders Learn Nisha's tips for social change leaders today including…. More about Nisha Nisha Anand is an Indian-American activist, mom of two teenagers, and leader for racial justice. Once a radical grassroots activist arrested in Burma for passing out pro-democracy leaflets, Nisha's expansive organizing experience and work with mentors like Van Jones, solidified her belief in the power of working with ‘unlikely partners to find real solutions. As Dream Corps' CEO, Nisha leads a diverse group of people who are learning, like her, the value of unconventional relationships. Nisha's journey from punk-rock protester to common ground champion is documented in her TED talk, The Radical Act of Choosing Common Ground. Nisha Anand DreamCorps
Welcome to our 2-parter episode on Ma Anand Sheela! A woman we all know very very well at this point, thanks to the Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country.Sheela was the former secretary and personal assistant of the Indian spiritual leader Rajneesh. Rajneesh, also called Osho, was a very popular leader who rallied almost 15,000 followers at the height of his influence. Sheela, as his right-hand woman, moved Rajneesh's commune from a small Ashram in Pune to a massive ranch in a small rural town in Oregon. The commune, which was known for its alternative ways of life, did not appeal to the local population, who felt they were taking over. And soon the American media and law enforcement also joined them in this understanding.Sheela, who was the sole spokeswoman for Rajneeshpuram, which was the name of the city -- Osho had taken an unofficial vow of silence around this time, and rarely ever made public appearances. So, Sheela was the public face of it all, and took all this pushback against the Rajneeshpuram commune very personally. So personally in fact, that she attempted to influence the local county elections, and get Rajneeshpuram more power at the state level, essentially committing voter fraud.And when that wasn't successful, she decided to poison a bunch of voters with salmonella bacteria, incapacitating almost 750 people in the country.And when that wasn't successful she attempted to assassinate the attorney general that was prosecuting her case.And when that wasn't successful… oh actually I think that's the entire list. For now.She does eventually go to prison for her outstanding work in the field of poisonings and contract killings. And then she gets out and makes hella money from the experience. So we are going to spend some time understanding WHO Sheela was. We have many many primary sources for this 2-parter episode, and we hope it does some justice to who Sheela was as a person! Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other incredible shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Lena, Sherin, and Maryam have something in common – they have all been displaced by war. Lena escaped from Irpin in Ukraine as Russian soldiers closed in; Maryam left Afghanistan when international troops pulled out of the country and Sherin fled the fighting in Syria and walked for miles across the border into Iraq with two small children. In this episode, Nisha finds out how each of the women made a dangerous journey and learns about some of the surprising things that gave them courage along the way. Lena's Translation by Olena Behnke Sherin's Translation by Wissam Fakih For more information about us, visit Womenforwomen.org See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James Scrimshire joins Nisha, Dan and Prateek to discuss the problems with trying to follow a big scaling recipe. Are you seeing problems with one of the popular scaling frameworks? You are not alone. Listen in to find out what might be causing those issues.
Welcome to our 2-parter episode on Ma Anand Sheela ! A woman we all know very very well at this point, thanks to the Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country.Sheela was the former secretary and personal assistant of the Indian spiritual leader Rajneesh. Rajneesh, also called Osho, was a very popular leader who rallied almost 15,000 followers at the height of his influence. Sheela, as his right-hand woman, moved Rajneesh's commune from a small Ashram in Pune to a massive ranch in a small rural town in Oregon. The commune, which was known for its alternative ways of life, did not appeal to the local population, who felt they were taking over. And soon the American media and law enforcement also joined them in this understanding.Sheela, who was the sole spokeswoman for Rajneeshpuram, which was the name of the city -- Osho had taken an unofficial vow of silence around this time, and rarely ever made public appearances. So, Sheela was the public face of it all, and took all this pushback against the Rajneeshpuram commune very personally. So personally in fact, that she attempted to influence the local county elections, and get Rajneeshpuram more power at the state level, essentially committing voter fraud.And when that wasn't successful, she decided to poison a bunch of voters with salmonella bacteria, incapacitating almost 750 people in the country.And when that wasn't successful she attempted to assassinate the attorney general that was prosecuting her case.And when that wasn't successful… oh actually I think that's the entire list. For now.She does eventually go to prison for her outstanding work in the field of poisonings and contract killings. And then she gets out and makes hella money from the experience. So we are going to spend some time understanding WHO Sheela was. We have many many primary sources for this 2-parter episode, and we hope it does some justice to who Sheela was as a person! Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other incredible shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
The timeless argument about if men and women can be friends is being had today! So many different ways to look at this subject but y'all gonna get Kiya and Nisha's opinion today! Lol. We hope you enjoy!Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok at @wineortequilapodcast; Twitter @wineortequila and/or email us at email@example.com.Rate, Review and Subscribe!
This episode is about Sonu Punjaban. It is a depressing episode. Good luck with it.Sonu Punjaban is an Indian sex trafficker who was convicted and sentenced for trafficking a minor. She was sentenced to 24 years, with a very low likelihood of being let go for good behavior. Sonu is also known as Geeta Arora. She was alleged to be a kingpin of the sex trafficking trade of Delhi and the NCR region for many years.It is also alleged that her clients included high-profile businessmen, and to a certain extent, the Delhi police looked away or didn't interfere. She also employed a large list of henchmen, whose jobs included protecting these women and escorting them to places like Kolkata, Mumbai, Rajasthan and Punjab. Sonu was arrested in 2007 under suspicion of contravention of the Immoral Traffic Prevention Act. But in a few weeks, she received bail and was set free. She was arrested again in 2008 for a similar offense, and set free again. She was arrested again in 2011… and guess what happened? She was let go again.In 2017, her last arrest was for the trafficking, drugging, torture and abuse of a minor girl. For this, she was finally convicted and jailed for 24 years in Tihar jail, in Delhi. In July 2020, Sonu was convicted under various provisions of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 or the POSCO. She was found guilty of administering drugs forcefully to a minor girl, selling her for sexual exploitation, and keeping her locked up and torturing her ruthlessly. When informed of her sentence, Sonu attempted suicide while still in Tihar jail, just hours after the conviction. She was rescued, hospitalised, and eventually shifted back to jail to spend the rest of her sentence. In the words of the judge that sentenced her – “The shameful deeds of Sonu Punjaban deprives her of any leniency from the courts.” ALSO!! Please fill out our merchandise survey – https://forms.gle/ENMZgR4LBjjK9ThT9Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.Follow the show across platforms:Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavan, Gaana, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music
Join us for tea with Nisha Supahan and Toby Linwood, owners of Tattoo 34, Portland's only Indigenous & Black owned tattoo shop. Toby and Nisha share about their journey from meeting each other and multiple moves to landing in Portland, how Toby got into art and creating sculptures for the Olympics and ultimately tattooing, how they've intentionally built Tattoo 34, and so much more.