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This week on The New Abnormal, our bonus episode takes you inside the fight against two men producer Jesse Cannon calls “the GOP's worst congressmen.” Cannon and host Molly Jong-Fast interview Charles Graham, who is running as a Democratic challenger in North Carolina's ninth congressional district against Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC), and Matthew Diemer, who is running against Max Miller in Ohio's sixteenth district. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you done Physical Therapy but it hasn't worked? Maybe you need hand's on before doing that. In this episode :How long do you work with people?Hand's on TherapyDoesn't start with movement if it is painfulPain Solution before getting into movementWe need to mix up the activities we do! Most people with fibromyalgia can PALM the floor!Pain is not simplicity Go to someone who looks at the whole body Derek Nielsen bio- I am a physical therapist located in Durham, North Carolina, and the owner of Kaizen Physical Therapy. I specialize in focusing on treating movement dysfunctions over symptoms. I believe this is the reason why my patients get such superior results when others can't help them. Specifically, pain typically can be boiled down to one of two movement dysfunctions: 1. Tight joints or muscles 2. Weak joints or muscles. I have found through continuous testing that the area which is in pain is often NOT the area where the root cause of the pain exists. This is especially true if there was not a traumatic injury. In other words, if the pain came on gradually over time and there is no known exact incident one can attribute to when the pain began — this person is likely dealing with pain that is attributable to compensation. The area in pain is hurting because it's compensating for another area that is stiff/tight, or weak. My treatment approach involves diagnosing the entire body for stiffness and weakness (i.e. movement dysfunctions) — not symptoms. By correcting these dysfunctions, pain begins to improve. Typically, this is true regardless of arthritis, degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, etc...His website: https://www.kaizenpt.com/Amanda Elise LoveHave a conversation with me about your 2021 health goals -http://bit.ly/2ko8lSpInstagram - https://bit.ly/3fhjmfJFacebook personal page- https://bit.ly/2Wlwc4aFacebook business page- https://www.facebook.com/amandaeliseloveWebsite - http://www.amandaeliselove.comThe best gift for the 2nd anniversary is you can write a 5-star review as positive reviews really help the podcast! You can also consider following! If you are on Instagram you can take a screenshot and be sure to tag me so I know you are tunning in! Link to leave a review - https://apple.co/2TgYURyGot a question? Or maybe a guest suggestion? Email me at email@example.com
Happy Satiated Saturday! My husband and I bought an airstream over a year ago. Right now, we're on our second trip driving across the United States. So far we have driven through Montana, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky, North Carolina, Maryland, New York, and Vermont. Next up is Massachusetts and Connecticut. We have been on the road for about a month now and currently seeing some amazing fall foliage on the east coast. Every time we have hit the road, others keep telling me to do an episode about eating while traveling. When you look up these kinds of articles, they all say about the same thing. Plan ahead, look up menus to be able to choose the "healthiest" options, pack whole food snacks, yada yada yada. Sometimes these suggestions are doable and sometimes they simply are not. So I wanted to offer something a bit more basic of what might actually feel doable and honor you the eater that is always doing the best you can to nourish your body and that best may also mean just satiating your physical hunger with whatever is available. In this week's episode, I dive into three unexpected eating on the road guidelines. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/three-unexpected-eating-on-the-road-guidelines If you loved this episode and want to hear more about our travels, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with a YES! With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxThis episode is brought to you by Kajabi. If you're someone who has been wanting to share your wisdom in a self created online program, start your own podcast, send out emails, Kajabi is your one-stop shop. Kajabi is an all-in-one platform to create and scale your knowledge. Get a special 30 day trial here! https://app.kajabi.com/r/7zLtW92X/t/yxukwczfSpecial thanks to Bendsound for the intro music in this episode. www.bensound.comSupport the show (https://account.venmo.com/u/stephaniemara)
The fans really enjoyed the break from the byzantine advantage structure we were subjected to in the early episodes. The humorous attempt to throw the challenge and continued blunders of the last boot were also a frequent topic. Based on other feedback, we have at least two solid villains to cheer against now. It all contributes to our excitement for the next installment on Wednesday. We want to thank and acknowledge everyone who contributed to another great Listener Feedback show. This week we heard from: Pete, Christiana, Shea, Robert, Brian-Hedik-Save-Us, TitoBurrito, Dustin, Justin, Mike, Erin, Brad, Ann-n-John, Drew's Crew, David, Josh, Parker, Noelle, Rashmi, Shahin, Kim-n-Cameron, Jack, Jade-n-Christine, Jill, Jeremiah, Jen and Paul. We've got several ways you can reach us. You can call and leave a voicemail at 206-350-1547 or toll-free at 844-643-8737. You can record an audio comment and attach it or just type up a quick text message and send it to us via email at email@example.com. Feedback is due noon Saturday Pacific time. 00:00 Date 00:06 Intro: Wakeful Spaces 00:39 Introductions 01:14 Pete from Boston, Massachusetts 04:36 Christiana from Massachusetts 08:21 Shea from northwest Arkansas 11:03 Robert from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada 13:01 Brian Heidek Save Us 16:14 TitoBurrito 17:24 Dustin from Mexico City, Mexico 19:33 Justin from Michigan 23:52 Mike from Cromwell, Connecticut 26:15 Erin from Canada 27:22 Brad from California 30:44 Ann-n-John from San Diego, California 32:55 Drew-Charlie-Adelaide-n-Milo from Utah 36:39 David from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 38:49 Josh the Plush Moose from Massachusetts 42:05 Parker from Indiana 45:39 Noelle from Albuquerque, New Mexico 48:36 Rashmi from Perth 51:15 Shahin from Australia 54:38 Kim-n-Cameron from North Carolina 58:05 Jack from California 59:46 Jade-n-Christine from Hawaii 66:33 Jill from the Outback 68:37 Jeremiah from SoCal 73:02 Jen from California 76:13 Paul from Louisiana 79:15 Wrap Up 89:43 Outro: Soulful Spheres Links for Today's Show Dalton Ross interview with JD Mike Bloom interview with JD Gordon Holmes interview with JD Paul's Visual Roster CBS Castaway Bios JSFL Survivor Fans Podcast Fans group on Facebook SFP on Twitter SFP on YouTube SFP on iTunes SFP on Spotify Contact Info: Voicemail: 206-350-1547 Toll Free: 844-643-8737 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Survivor Fans Podcast P.O. Box 2811 Orangevale, CA 95662 Enjoy, Jo Ann and Stacy
In this two part series Robin & I will discuss the case of Leah Roberts (Which he has covered previously on the TWC) with Julie Murray and we will explore the parallels at length to Julie's missing sister Maura Murray. March 18, 2000. Whatcom County, Washington. A damaged Jeep belonging to 23-year old Leah Roberts is found at the bottom of an embankment next to a remote highway. Nine days earlier, Leah had left her home in North Carolina to take a cross-country road trip, but even though all of her personal possessions are left behind at the accident scene, Leah herself is missing. The investigation eventually uncovers evidence to suggest that the accident might have been staged and the Jeep was unoccupied when it went down the embankment. Further complications are also caused by strange anonymous phone call, as well as a reported eyewitness sighting of Leah with an unidentified man at a shopping mall restaurant. Was Leah Roberts actually inside her vehicle when it crashed or did she fall victim to an unknown third party? This week's episode of RMT explores an unsolved missing persons case involving a road trip which turned into a baffling mystery.Support the show: Patreon.com/julesandashleyAdditional Reading:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disappearance_of_Leah_Robertshttp://unsolved.com/archives/leah-robertshttp://charleyproject.org/case/leah-toby-robertshttps://www.whatcomcounty.us/292/Missing-Leah-Robertshttps://people.com/archive/the-searcher-vol-64-no-5/http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0511/25/lkl.01.htmlRobin's original Trail Went Cold Episode: https://www.trailwentcold.com/2021/05/05/the-trail-went-cold-episode-224-leah-roberts/Music: JobbersArt: @fleshwadYT email@example.com
Tonight on the Last Word: Heather Raymond, the President of the School Board in Nashua, New Hampshire, joins Zerlina Maxwell to describe the harassment she has faced from white nationalists. Rep. Madeleine Dean and Journalist Anna Marie Cox join to discuss the permissive structure that Donald Trump has created to allow violent threats against public officials. Plus, Harris County Attorney Christian Menefee and Texas State Representatives Rafael Anchía and Jasmine Crockett talk about the extreme agenda that Texas Republicans are pushing. And David Plouffe, former senior adviser to President Barack Obama, discusses Democrats' electoral fortunes in 2022. Plus, voting rights activist Aimy Steele discusses what she's doing to flip North Carolina for Democrats by mobilizing voters of color.
Brent Manning joins me this week from Riverbend Malt to discuss his experience with Craft Malting in North Carolina for the last 10 years. You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
Brent Manning joins me this week from Riverbend Malt to discuss his experience with Craft Malting in North Carolina for the last 10 years. You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
Well-known early on for their signature blown glass Bags, the subsequent cast glass work of John Littleton and Kate Vogel provided a new outlet for complex contemplations, questions and reflections. In this dramatic departure from their lighthearted Bags, faces and hands are used in various poses and combinations to explore states of mind, relationships, and even spiritual themes. Cast arms with hands in amber glass hold a brilliant jewel-cut form, which seems to spread its glowing light to all that surrounds it. Use of multiple techniques by Littleton and Vogel reveals an intimate understanding of their medium, and the execution of each work reflects artists deserving of their place at the top of the contemporary glass movement. Not only visually stunning, their sculpture allows the viewer to create a narrative, each piece a captured moment in a story of the viewers' choosing. They state: “As we focus on each form, we see possibilities for the next, and our vocabulary of form and ideas expands. We bounce ideas back and forth, we build on each other's concepts, and we learn from each other's insights. Collaboration brings our individual sensibilities together to generate something neither of us would have made alone. “ Littleton and Vogel are nationally renowned American Studio Glass Movement artists who work and reside in Bakersville, North Carolina. Their creative partnership began in the mid-to-late 20th century, when they began collaborating on their first glass pieces in 1979 after meeting as art students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Creating sculptural blown and cast glass works and installations that speak to the importance of their relationships to one another, their family, and their community, Littleton and Vogel currently exhibit their works in Between Us: A Retrospective Exhibition of Work by John Littleton and Kate Vogel at the Bergstrom Mahler Museum of Glass in Neenah, Wisconsin. On view now through February 13, 2022, the exhibition is accompanied by a perfect bound 84-page publication with essays by Casey Eichhorn, exhibition curator, and Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Postwar and Contemporary Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass. “This retrospective exhibition highlights important works, milestones, and innovations in their shared careers,” says Casey Eichhorn, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions,” – all while tying their experiences and influences back to John's father, Harvey Littleton, an American glass artist, educator, and one of the founders of the American Studio Glass Movement.” Harvey Littleton, whose influential work will also be shown in the exhibition, is often referred to as the “Father of the Studio Glass Movement.” In his role as an educator, he initiated the first hot glass program offered by an America University at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and promoted the idea of glass as a course of study in university art departments in the United States. Littleton's students went on to become the dominant figures in the American Studio Glass Movement while broadening the study of glass art and university-level hot glass programs throughout the U.S. John Littleton states: “Harvey introduced glass as a medium for artists. The Toledo workshops were dad's idea. He had help from Norm Schuman and later Dominic Labino. The workshops wouldn't have happened without him. He certainly had help developing technique, but more than anyone else he saw the possibility of putting glass in the hands of artists. The industrial model was designers who worked on paper passing the design to the factory worker who had little expressive input. There were artist craftsmen and women who worked with glass individually, but dad pursued the idea of glass being available to art students. The early years were a time he pushed to get glass into universities to expand glass's creative and expressive potential. He saw the need for many artists working with glass for the growth of the field.” Littleton and Vogel's work has appeared in several group exhibitions including the Sculpture Objects and Functional Art (SOFA) in Chicago and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C. Their glass works can also be seen in private and public collections in North America, Europe, and Asia. Locations include the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park in Little Rock, AR; the Museum of Contemporary Design and Applied Arts in Switzerland; Glasmuseet Ebeltoft in Denmark; the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY; The Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA. Features on their work have appeared in various publications—such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, and CBS Sunday Morning. Littleton and Vogel state: “Choice, chance, circumstance, seductive qualities of the material…a little bit of all of the above. We stay with glass because it feels right. The process allows us to collaborate, start to finish. Glass is versatile, and we see endless possibilities in it and through it. In our work we strive to make something that is a personal expression of our thoughts and experiences.”
Newly crowned ARCA Menards Series East champion Sammy Smith joins Davey (9:40) to discuss what life is like for a teenager who also happens to be a NASCAR champion. He also dives into how he got his start in racing, his experience in legends cars (and heartbreak) before graduating to super late models and stock cars, driving for an extensive list of big names in motorsports and the pressure of driving for said big names (i.e. Kyle Busch). He also discusses winning the pro late model championship at only 14-years-old at New Smyrna Speedway, how his ARCA East campaign with Joe Gibbs Racing came about, why his goal was to win the championship from day one despite not knowing if they'd run the full season and when he knew he was going to be the dominator of the season. Smith's relationship with Ty Gibbs is a close one, and he details how the two met, formed a friendship, whether or not he races him any differently and why the public perception of the 18-year-old is a skewed one. Plus, his living situation in Iowa and how often he travels to North Carolina, the racing scene growing up, impact the Annett family has had on him in racing, his plans for the 2022 season and more. Davey also provides an update on his West Coast road trip and Papa Segal gives listeners a peek behind the curtain to Davey's past life, as he pays homage to the driver who piloted the No. 29 and sparked his son's obsession with NASCAR.
We got an early morning spoiler from a movie we all want to see today, thanks to Jeremy Clements of course Headlines with Little Debbie coming out with an ice cream we all want to try Sports with an anonymous buyer purchasing four tickets to Coach K's last Duke vs North Carolina game for one million dollars See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Film Photography Podcast Episode 277 - October 15, 2021 Michael Raso and John Fedele discuss the brand new FPP film - Frankenstein 200. Later, they're joined by Mark O'Brien to discuss the upside of attending film photography meet-ups! FPP FRANKENSTEIN 200 BW FILM It's a 200 iso panchromatic BW film that's based on our own Cine 16 movie film emulsion. The greatest news...it's available in 35mm, 120, 620 and 4x5! This new film joins our other awesome "monster films" - Dracula 64 and Wolfman 100. All are available in our MONSTER SECTION at the FPP On-Line Store! https://filmphotographystore.com/collections/monster-films THE JOY OF FILM PHOTOGRAPHY MEET-UPS Mark O'Brien shares his experiences running and attending film photography meet ups and his most recent event in North Carolina! Today's show intros and outros are from the 1963 audio recording of Famous Monsters Speak (available on LP at ebay). Our exit music: That Dead Girl by Kevin Neblung https://soundcloud.com/user-431410482 Dead Jennifer by Darren "Ballard" Riley https://ballardpop.bandcamp.com/music The Film Photography Podcast is sponsored by...YOU! Please consider a donation or visit our on-line store. https://filmphotographyproject.com/
Will joins me to talk about the bye week, the disrespect of the media, Boston College and a lot in between. If you like the pod, consider supporting us @ https://redwhitenetwork.com/membership Thanks to the sponsor LivingReleaf.com use code RedWhite20 for 20% off North Carolina-based Delta-8, CBD and THCV products. Relaxation w/o the high. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/red-white-ncstate-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/red-white-ncstate-podcast/support
FBI to prosecute people threatening teachers and school board members | North Carolina poultry CAFOs produce outrageous amounts of chicken shit | Biden and Democrats legislative majorities may depend on factory towns | Donald Trump continues to assert dominance over Republican Party | Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot tells anti-vax FOP head to bring it on | Huge new solar array to power new Pueblo, CO steel mill | Missouri Gov Mike Parson is absolutely clueless
We have the author of "Revelation Through Science", an organic chemist, and the former Governor of North Carolina James Marting stopping by for a fascinating discussion on why science and religion can co-exist along with his extensive political career. Governor Martin was just the 3rd republican governor elected and the only one to serve two terms. But before his political career was underway, he had an extensive career as an organic chemist, to which he returned after retiring from politics. In today's episode, you'll hear: Gov. Martin’s origin story (which includes a little music talk) Where his interest in organic chemistry came from How science and religion can co-exist The motivation for writing Revelation Through Science The politics of science and religion Where the shift from organic chemistry to politics happened How politics have changed over the years Why it’s important to your personal development and career to consume all sides of viewpoints How he became only the 3rd Republican Governor of North Carolina Little known factors that can swing elections and politics overall What campaigning is like Why Gov. Martin made only 1 promise during his tenure (and this is a great lesson to use in life and business) And much more Connect with Governor Martin: Website to purchase his book: https://www.beatenpathbooks.com/ Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Revelation-Through-Science-James-Martin/dp/1664135863/ Connect with Julian: Connect with me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thejulianhayes Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julianhayes
Robbie Smith, Sporting Arts Director at Leland Little Auctions and North Carolina decoy collector, joins the podcast with host, Katie Burke, to discuss his journey into waterfowling and collecting North Carolina decoys. The two discuss the importance of mentorship and friendships when beginning your collecting career. Robbie talks about his interest in carvers like James Best and Malachi Waterfield and why their work speaks to him. He also speaks on the insurgence of North Carolina decoys on the market in the last 10 years. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Today, I speak with IFBB Pro Allex Granger, a family nurse practitioner who lives in North Carolina. She began competing in 2019 and won her Pro Card at NPC Universe in 2021. Allex shares her early struggles about gaining weight and then how her classmates treated her when she actually did gain weight. When she learned about tracking macros, it helped her understand that one day or one meal of overeating wouldn't derail her progress. When she realized it wan't all-or-nothing, she was able to find balance and comfort in her body. As a nurse practitioner, it's also helped her realize many of her patients don't understand the nutritional benefits of food. She's learned to honor her hunger cues and cravings while still staying on track through counting macros. Allex shares how she has gained perspective of what she wants and doesn't want for her body in every season. She speaks of the importance of shifting perspective to goals outside of her physique during improvement season. In working with her coaches, she tells the importance about giving detailed check-ins to be able to analyze the data to get the best results. Currently, Allex is dealing with fractures in her feet after two 65lb dumbbells fell on her feet! She has had to modify her training because of this but is keeping a good attitude. After winning her Pro card, Allex experienced serious post-show blues. She almost felt like she didn't even deserve her Pro card because she was so stressed. She had to shift her focus to relieve some of her stress and was able to still make her Pro debut. Allex has such a great story. I can't wait for your to hear it! Topics covered include: -Early struggles with weight gain -Counting macros as a tool to understand nutritional value of food -Shifting mindset to growing in an improvement season -Setting performance goals -Eating enough to build muscle -Online versus in-person coaching -Training with broken feet -The importance of mindset in reaching your goals -Finding the right level of conditioning -Struggling with Post-show blues -Knowing when to push through and when to pull back -Having a mom who was a bodybuilding Pro -Losing with grace CONNECT WITH CELESTE: Website: http://www.celestial.fit Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/celestial_fit/ All Links: http://www.celestial.fit/links.html CONNECT WITH ALLEX: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allexnicole_ifbbpro/ All links: TIME STAMPS [1:00] introductions [2:45] early struggles with weight gain [7:17] counting macros as a competitor [11:10] prep versus improvement season [16:45] changing stage weight from season to season [18:25] gains in the improvement season [21:30] working with coaches [24:00] online versus in-person training [26:20] training with stress fractures [31:20] working towards her Pro card [35:45] finding the right level of conditioning [37:19] Pro debut at Republic of Texas [42:21] Post-show blues [46:20] Shifting focus away from competing [51:00] having support [53:15] having a mom who is a bodybuilding pro [60:33] your relationship with your body [64:00] advice for competitors CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE FOOD RELATIONSHIP COACHING SERIES CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE POST SHOW BLUES COACHING SERIES LEARN MORE AND APPLY FOR MY 5 WEEK FOOD RELATIONSHIP HEALING & DISCOVERY COACHING PROGRAM FOR OTHER FREE RESOURCES, LIVE EVENTS, AND WAYS TO WORK WITH CELESTE CLICK HERE
It has been 67 years since powerful Hurricane Hazel made landfall close to the North Carolina/South Carolina border near Myrtle Beach, S.C., on the morning of Oct. 15, 1954. The storm wreaked havoc across the eastern United States and Canada on its way to the record books. Hazel is considered one of the worst natural disasters in North Carolina's history, and one of the most destructive hurricanes to impact the U.S.. The National Hurricane Center, says Hazel made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane with wind gusts up to 150 mph. Records for the most rain ever received in one calendar day in October were set in Greensboro, N.C., with 6.24 inches and in Pittsburgh, Pa., with 3.56 inches. Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and New York City all recorded their highest wind gusts on record at 94 mph, 98 mph and 113 mph respectively. Winds were actually sustained above hurricane force in Washington DC at 78 mph. Wind gusts were measured at 100 mph on the shore of Lake Ontario in northern New York. The storm's winds remained so strong inland as it traveled north at an amazing 55 mph and reached Ontario, Canada, that night. The hurricane was the strongest ever to strike so far to the north. All fishing piers from Myrtle Beach to Cedar Island, N.C., were destroyed and 15,000 homes and structures were destroyed in North Carolina alone. The devastation along the North Carolina beaches was enhanced as Hazel made landfall during the full moon of October, which was the highest lunar tide of the year. Storm surge reached a remarkable 18 feet in some locations, wiping out beaches. Dozens of people were killed in the U.S. and Canada. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kerry Picket, Senior Congressional Reporter for the Washington Times, and Ralph Norman, U.S. Representative for the 5th District of South Carolina, discuss the global shipping crisis and the concerns that it could lead to layoffs, higher prices, fewer options at the grocery store, and eventually threaten our national security. Dan Bishop, U.S. Representative for the 9th District of North Carolina and Member of the House Judiciary Committee, discusses the letter sent by House Judiciary Committee Republicans to Attorney General Merrick Garland regarding the DOJ task force targeting parents, and the Biden administration's plan to implement the employer vaccine mandate as early as next week. Ian Prior, Executive Director of Fight for Schools, talks about how parents are responding to Loudoun County School District's handling of sexual assaults in school bathrooms. Connor Semelsberger, FRC's Director of Federal Affairs for Life and Human Dignity, discusses how the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill will impact taxes, the national debt, and inflation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
Renee Roberson interviews Crystal Cavalier-Keck, Founder of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in North Carolina. They discuss the mission of the organization, the unsolved murders in Robeson County, recent developments in Faith Hedgepeth's case, and the need for a comprehensive database of missing and murdered people in Native American communities. Show Notes: Visit https:www.mmiwnc.com to learn more. Cover Art by Mackinstosh Multimedia. Sound Editing by Mia Roberson.
(From 10.16.21, Segment 3) The Outdoor Guys are ready to celebrate fall, are you?! The leaves are starting to change and the best time to see all the colors is peak week in the Appalachian Mountains. Bill and Wes invite Doctor Beverly Collins, Western Carolina University Biology Professor and Fall Foliage Forecaster, onto the show to talk about when, where, and why the leaves change. Tune into this episode to learn more about North Carolina fall foliage! Thinking about heading to the mountains to see the fall colors? Stop by Jesse Brown's to pick up your camping gear, fly fishing gear, hiking boots, and more!
(From 10.16.21, Segment 2) On this episode of the Carolina Outdoors, the Outdoor Guys, Bill Bartee and Wes Lawson, chat about the North Carolina State Fair with Heather Overton. This fair has been in existence since 1853 and historically celebrates agriculture as agriculture is North Carolina's number one industry. There is livestock, great food, games, and amusement rides for your enjoyment! Listen to this episode to find out more about what will be going on at this year's North Carolina State Fair (October 14th through October 24th in Raleigh, NC). To be prepared for the muddy fair grounds, stop by Jesse Brown's Outdoors to pick up a pair of waterproof, dirtproof Blundstones!
Walmart, FedEx, UPS to go 24/7 to Address Supply Bottlenecks. A record number of Americans are quitting their jobs. Steve Stout Offers Talent to be paid in Crypto. William Shatner Makes History. Courtney Black's Black History Fact: Maurice W. Lee inventor of the aromatic pressure cooker & smoker, The Smokaroma. Raiders Owner Mark Davis Breaks His Silence On Gruden. Nets Push Back On Kyrie. JR Smith's Rough North Carolina A&T Golfing Debut.
On this installment of IIANC Radio, Aubie and Joe chat with Gina Hardy, CEO of the NCIUA and NCJUA, about the state of North Carolina's coastal residual market mechanism, and the push to encourage homeowners on the coast to put stronger roofs on their houses.
The Miami Hurricanes have a chance to start the process of getting their season back on track this week with a road trip against Coastal Division foe North Carolina. InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia break down everything you need to know going into this match-up. Who are the key players to know on North Carolina? How does Miami match-up against the Tar Heels? What are the keys to victory for the Hurricanes? Which players need to step up? We answer all these questions and also provide a prediction for the game and our best bets. Check out the episode above. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hot-button political issues and firearms themselves can be challenging topics to explore in mixed company. But the conversations are critical ones to have, and our guest today leads discussion through writing and podcasting. John Richardson is a blogger, podcaster, and active NRA member. A resident of the mountains of North Carolina, John is, by profession, a full-time financial planner. He also blogs at “No Lawyers – Only Guns and Money”, co-hosts “The Polite Society Podcast”, and collects military firearms (with a Curios & Relics FFL). Needless to say, John is an excellent resource with an expertise in many different fields. For more information and to view the show notes, visit: https://www.tacticalpay.com/080-richardson/
On this episode of the 3rd and 20 Podcast Frank Entwistle and Ryan Steed talk about the following topics: 1. College Football Week 6 Reactions Iowa vs Penn State: 1:16 Alabama vs Texas A&M: 9:22 Oklahoma vs Texas: 28:22 LSU vs Kentucky: 35:54 Notre Dame vs Virginia Tech: 42:17 Michigan State vs Rutgers: 47:08 Ohio State vs Maryland: 48:31 South Carolina vs Tennessee: 49:39 Baylor vs West Virginia: 55:03 Virginia vs Louisville: 56:15 Boise State vs BYU: 59:14 Florida State vs North Carolina: 58:00 TCU vs Texas Tech: 1:01:02 Michigan vs Nebraska: 1:01:29 Utah vs USC: 1:03:48 Georgia vs Auburn: 1:05:44 2. NFL Week 5 Reactions Steelers vs Broncos: 1:12:00 Jets vs Falcons: 1:15:21 Saints vs Washington Football Team: 1:18:19 Packers vs Bengals: 1:23:31 Lions vs Vikings: 1:26:54 Titans vs Jaguars: 1:29:32 Eagles vs Panthers: 1:31:44 Dolphins vs Buccaneers: 1:36:01 Patriots vs Texans: 1:37:59 Browns vs Chargers: 1:39:28 Bears vs Raiders: 1:46:24 49ers vs Cardinals: 1:48:07 Giants vs Cowboys: 1:51:31 Bills vs Chiefs: 1:52:31 Colts vs Ravens: 1:57:16 Watch the Episode on Youtube: https://youtu.be/QrjcX6xlaMU Follow Us On: Twitter: https://twitter.com/3rdand20_/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3rdand20podcast/ Check Out Our Website For More Content: https://3rdand20.com/
Two major bills, an infrastructure and social policy package, are currently working their way through Congress. What would these “once-in-a-generation" investments mean for North Carolina and the country as a whole?
In this AD Insider | Thursday 30 episode, presented by Clell Wade Coaches Directory, Inc., we sat down with Brian Knab, CMAA, Director of Athletics for Ardrey Kell High School in North Carolina.In this episode, we cover the following topics: scaling with inexperienced interns, the checklists every AD needs, and tech tips for the mobile AD.Materials mentioned in this episode: AK Sports Management (Student Application Form), 2019-2020 Sports Management Class Expectations, Football Event Checklist (Home Game)), Default Stadium Set-up Checklist, AK Athletic Facilities Walk-Through Checklists, and Monthly A.D. Checklists.To reach out to Brian Knab, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.Support the show (https://coachesinsider.com/sign-up/)
In the early 2000s, AFAR contributing writer Emma John—a classically trained British violinist—fell for the Americana-inspired music of bands like the Avett Brothers and Mumford & Sons. She desperately wanted to recreate that bluegrassy sound, but her attempts at home didn't go so well. So she bought a ticket to North Carolina with the vague idea of figuring things out. Fate brought her Fred, a banjo player who opened the door to the world of bluegrass—and his home—to her. Here's what happened when Emma walked through. Read Emma's book about bluegrass, Wayfaring Stranger: A Musical Journey in the American South Or her memoir, Self-Contained: Scenes from a Single Life And subscribe to her podcasts, The Spin, a Guardian podcast about cricket, and The Breakdown, her bluegrass effort.
On today's very special episode, we will be taking an EPIC road trip with fellow travel journalist, podcaster, and friend Oneika Raymond. You will be hearing an episode from her new podcast About the Journey where she will take you on an audio journey from Georgia all the way to North Carolina. To see what this episode has in store, check out the description from the About the Journey podcast: Join Host Oneika Raymond on a Southern road trip from Atlanta to Asheville. We'll visit a soul food café whose owner has been feeding hungry locals and the homeless for over 20 years. We'll also hear an ancient legend that haunts a well-known hiking trail and visit an unlikely site to see some incredible artwork. Thanks to our guests on this episode for sharing their stories along the route. You can learn more about the School Bus Graveyard by visiting their Facebook page here Check out Shirley's Soul Food Café on Facebook, here. Get more information about Tallulah Gorge's North and South Rim Loop Trails on the Georgia State Park website, here. And, to find out more about the Grand Bohemian Hotel, Asheville, visit the hotel website. For more about this route – and to get other road trip ideas – visit Marriott Bonvoy Traveler. And if you liked this episode of About the Journey please be sure to rate, review and subscribe. What is a memory that sticks out from your last epic road trip? I'd love to hear about it and hope you will share by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport. Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport Listen to About the Journey Check out Onika's website Location Indie Want More? The Slow Travel Philosophy + Traveling As a Black Woman with Oneika Raymond Solo Road Tripping Travel Safety Tips: Staying Safe On The Road
With the resources and skills that CRNAs possess, they are trained to succeed in crisis situations, which is why more and more of our peers are assisting in disaster response. One of those generous people is Corinne Chausse, a CRNA from North Carolina that has worked on the front lines of Iraq, at the epicenter of the pandemic, and other highly stressful locations. Today she joins the show to talk about this experience, share remarkable stories, and explain the many benefits of serving in these response roles. Read more: https://beyondthemaskpodcast.com/ep-150-expanding-role-of-crnas-in-disaster-response/3042/ Get the CE certificate here: https://beyondthemaskpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Beyond-the-Mask-CE-Cert-FILLABLE.pdf What we discuss in this episode: 4:09 – Background on Corrine 6:47 – Places she's traveled to 10:41 – Preparing herself for these violent locations 11:54 – Handling blast injuries 14:55 – Influencing her work at home 16:38 – Dealing with COVID in NYC 21:16 – Positive memories she has 26:54 – The tremendous levels of stress 34:24 – Advice CRNAs with an interest in this work 37:54 – Lightning Round
Welcome to season five of The Shine Podcast. This season is going to be focused on leaders and topics related to how we continue to move through the challenges and the complexity that we are all navigating in our workplaces, our home life and the greater world. In today's episode, I will share what I know about the science on triggers, why they are caused, and where they're coming from. I am going to offer you a few helpful practices on how to calm emotional triggers that you can use in your life and share with others. My goal is to help you learn how to cultivate a strong inner game that will enable you to navigate triggers skillfully. The inner game rules the outer game, and the six qualities of the inner game that I've identified and highlighted in my new book really support one to navigate triggers skillfully, create healthy boundaries, and then have the brave exchanges so that the patterns that cause the trigger are minimized, and/or maybe even uprooted. SHINE Links: Leading from Wholeness Executive Coaching Leading from Wholeness Learning and Development Resources Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World by Carley Hauck Contact Carley Hauck Book Carley for speaking Sign up for the Podcast! Carley on LinkedIn Resources mentioned in this episode: “How to Deal With Anger at Work” by Carley Hauck The Imperfect Shownotes Carley Hauck 0:01 Hi, my name is Carley Hauck. Welcome to another episode of the SHINE podcast. This is the first interview of season five, which will total out 2021. And for those of you that are just joining, I'd love to give you a little backstory on the SHINE podcast and how it came to be. It started in May 2019, where I was finally sharing lots of interviews that I had previously conducted with incredible leaders as part of the research for my new book, which I spent almost five years writing and debuted this year, February 23 2021, Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World, my publisher is Sounds True. And I have been really delighted by the response of people to the book, but the podcast continues to go strong. And the podcast is really about the intersection of three things: conscious, inclusive leadership, the recipe for high performing teams and awareness practices. And I go into the science, the spiritual perspective, and then the actual application of this into your life. I will be facilitating two to three episodes a month. And before I tell you about our topic today, I'd love if you could go over to Apple podcasts, hit the subscribe button. And if you love this episode, or any previous episodes that you might want to tune into, if you could write a positive review, it helps so much. And it supports people to find this podcast. Thank you. This particular season is going to be focused on leaders and topics related to how we continue to move through the challenges and the complexity that we are all navigating in our workplaces, our home life and the greater world. We are in a spiritual and collective awakening, I am sure. And I hope that this podcast will be the light that will support you to shine your light. Our topic for today is how to calm emotional triggers at work and in life. And this is going to be by yours truly. Carley Hauck 3:10 Has this ever happened to you? Listen to some possibilities. You're at work. You had an experience where most of the day was off, maybe you woke up late. meetings were suddenly canceled, rescheduled but you were prepared. Other folks were expressing impatience, frustration, and communication processes were not easy. And you felt triggered. This might have happened at home. You could be navigating challenging children, you're working from home. They're at home too. Maybe you have a sick parent in your life, you're feeling under the weather yourself. Or perhaps you're navigating flash flooding, or smoking fires due to climate change. And it's throwing your inner calm and balance off. You feel triggered. What I'm speaking to is pretty normal. And especially in a highly complex and always changing workplace and world. We are all navigating so much right now. We have been and it's been highlighted in the last 18 or so months since the beginning of the pandemic. Many of our so-called freedoms have been taken away. We're still wearing masks in most public places. We've been more socially isolated than any other time. And as a result are being forced to be on technology more than ever to meet our social needs and to be high performing leaders at work or just folks at work. Being connected to screens and technology is not something that we should be on this many hours a day. Why? Because when we look at our hunter gatherer ancestors, they were living in community, living in deeper harmony with the land with their food systems. They were engaging in regular exercise, dance song, and expressive arts. Now we are a far cry from living like that. But our nervous systems aren't used to this much arousal. And what I mean by arousal is, when we are on our technology, our devices, these EMF that we're pretty much bombarded with all day long. Guess what it does to the body? It raises our blood pressure or heart rate, and therefore, our arousal, our nervous system response, and we may be perceiving things to be stressful when they actually are not. It is easier under the conditions we are living in to become more triggered, versus calm and responsive. Carley Hauck 6:21 And so in this episode, I will share what I know about the science on triggers, why they are caused, where they're coming from, and a few helpful practices that you can use in your life, and also share with others. I have been teaching and leading a certain practice around triggers for the last few years, and I have shared it with thousands of folks and leaders in reputable companies. It's also listed in chapter two of my book. And in fact, just about a week or so ago, I shared this particular practice on a training that I facilitated with leaders on increasing empathy and emotional intelligence with some amazing folks at Capital One. To tell you why I know a lot about triggers and why I developed this practice, I needed help with triggers. I needed help with my own triggers. And so this is where it began. I was dating a man, this was in 2017. We were in a relationship for a few months, and we were deepening into intimacy. And guess what, when intimacy happens, and the veils start to come down, you're going to trigger each other, there's going to be conflict, conflict is part of relationship, it's part of life. And if you're not having conflict in your relationships, then there's probably not a deeper connection. And conflict doesn't have to end the relationship. In fact, by having the relational skills to navigate it with care and wisdom, it can create more trust, more psychological safety, more intimacy, more connection, more collaboration, even more innovation. So back to this relationship experience, my partner was triggered. And he did and said some things that then created triggers in me. I am always up for staying in the midst of difficulty and staying in relationship and repairing. And, you know, trying to heal, that's just my orientation. I am a person that really values harmony. And it was a real struggle to do that in our relating. Because he would get triggered, he would go into avoidance, I would get triggered, and I would freeze. And then I wasn't able to do or say the things that would hopefully calm him down, calm myself down. And it was horrible to watch myself. And the relationship ended. And it was meant to end, we wouldn't have been good partners or people for each other. And I knew that shortly into the relationship but you know, it was only a few months you're figuring it out. Again, conflict is normal and it's normal at work, and it's definitely normal in dating. Conflicts and triggers will arise but it can actually be something that helps you to grow closer, if you have the skills like I'm going to share with you in this episode. Carley Hauck 10:09 So I developed this practice that I'm going to share with you in a couple minutes. Because I can only choose how I respond, I don't have control of the other. But in the moment that I feel scared, I feel triggered, I can choose how I want to respond if I have awareness and if I have the tools. And so shortly after I developed this practice, I wrote an article on this process. And the article is called “How to Deal With Anger at Work”. And it was with the digital magazine conscious company, which is now part of socap. In 2018, this was one of the top 20 articles read that year. I felt very proud of that and thought, wow, lots of people need help with triggers, so it felt really lovely to be able to be in service in that way. So what is a trigger? I've been saying this word a lot, a trigger is in current time, or a cue, or an event that re-stimulates sensations of the past trauma, it can be a word, it can be a verb. For example, a loud voice can be a trigger, a person's fear of being controlled or overpowered. That may have come from early childhood experiences. Additionally, another trigger could be a lack of response, you know, you reach out to someone, or you're trying to have a communication and there's no response. And that could actually create a trigger of abandonment or neglect, so to speak. And so in the midst of the pandemic, we are becoming more comfortable speaking about trauma, and you heard the definition that I spoke to it could be something that's happening in current time, a cue or an event that really stimulates sensations of the past trauma. So we are becoming more comfortable talking about trauma, talking about mental illness in the workplace, it has always been here. But due to the increased pressure, the social isolation I was talking about before, and the large challenges we were navigating at work and in the world. The symptoms that maybe we were suppressing, maybe we were covering with unhealthy coping mechanisms like alcohol or shopping, or who knows, that can only be pushed down so long before it starts to fester and come to the surface. Carley Hauck 13:02 And so I want to just preface that if you notice that you've been more triggered recently, in your life, this might be an important time to do some deeper inner work to go into, why is this happening more and more. Most of us have emotional healing to do. And that often affects what we are triggered by. And if we don't acknowledge what is causing the trigger, then those patterns continue and we won't be able to heal or navigate them with more skill. And I speak from experience here one I noticed myself, I've been more triggered recently, in the midst of the pandemic, I have been navigating some very uncertain and complex challenges, more so than normal. And I won't get into all of that. But just to just a preface. I am there with you if you're feeling this too. And prior to my work and leadership and organizational development consulting, I was going through a very rigorous training, thinking that I might want to be a full time therapist but I actually decided that I wanted to do coaching and consulting more and was already starting to do that. But along the way I I went through lots and lots of supervised hours. As a marriage and family therapist intern in the Bay Area of California I actually conducted over 3,000 supervised hours as I was learning how to be a therapist, but I was also working as a coach and getting supervision as a coach. I worked specifically for an entire year with men who had deep levels of PTSD and trauma who had been living in San Francisco's in the 80s, and had contracted HIV and AIDS. And so I bring that up because I have worked deeply with folks that are suffering from trauma. And I also worked with families and couples, and was watching the attachment trauma. Now I bring up attachment trauma, because it actually is related to triggers. So trauma can also have lasting effects in our nervous system in our bodies, if the traumatized person doesn't have an opportunity to process the event, to talk about the event, or be comforted by someone else, right after the event. So we can imagine if this is stemming from childhood, and we didn't have the words and we didn't feel safe to talk about it, and we didn't feel soothed by that experience, then we're probably still holding it. So these are all things to think about when we are thinking about triggers. And one of the things I also just wanted to preface here and I don't have any answer, before I move into this process is I have worked with a lot of companies and leaders in the last decades around reworks. And reworks, for the most part, are not done very skillfully. The communication I find very harsh, it's not caring, people will have been working at a company for 20 years, maybe 10 years, maybe eight years. And suddenly, they're laid off, they didn't see it coming. And the family at work that they've been a part of that they've been putting their life force, their energy, their love their service, and is no longer there. And there were many layoffs in 2020. That can be traumatic for folks. And I'd really love to invite workplaces and leaders that are listening, that let's create a different way of treating our people and caring for our people. When we tell them that it's time to go. No, there's this process that happens where when someone is getting laid off, they immediately don't have access to their computer or their files. And some people don't even get a chance to like, gather emails or documents. And I just don't think it's the most effective practice or process. So I don't have the solution. But my question is, can we design a more compassionate and caring communication process for those that are being asked to leave their current role or their workplace that is honoring and respectful. And I imagine I will have a podcast interview on that topic another day. Carley Hauck 18:10 But now I'd like to go into the next part of this interview, which is on how cultivating a strong inner game is going to enable you to navigate triggers skillfully. So the inner game is the body of work that I've been developing and teaching for over a decade with 1000s of folks, leadership positions, individual contributors, and students at Stanford University and UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business. The inner game rules the outer game. And there are six qualities of the inner game that I've identified and that I highlight in my new book that I believe really support one to navigate triggers skillfully, create healthy boundaries, and then have the brave exchanges so that the patterns that cause the trigger are minimized, and maybe even extinguished. So I value leading with authenticity. So I'm going to share with you all, how I got triggered the other day, and then how I used the six inner game skills to help me come back into balance and have the brave exchange. So I had scheduled two interviews for Friday of last week, and I was prepared for them, and they were on my schedule, and I was looking forward to them. The first interview was canceled due to a really challenging scenario with this particular leader that I was going to be speaking to. This client leader actually shared with me that she needed to reschedule our interview because there was a threat at her child's school and she recognized that she needed some space before having a call she she wasn't actually in the right headspace and so she asked to reschedule and so I really appreciated her cell phone In his her communication, her, her ability to notice she was triggered, she was not in a good place to talk. And so I honored her. I said, of course, please take care of yourself. And yeah, just reschedule when it's good for you. So that was the first cancellation of the day, it was totally fine. And then next, I had a podcast interview that I had scheduled about a month ago with a friend and colleague of mine, and I was very excited to have the conversation. And I had sent the, you know, Google Calendar and the zoom link, and we had corresponded about it. And the time arrived, I was on zoom, I was waiting. And there was five minutes that had passed, and I didn't see the guests. So I, so I texted this person. And then I emailed, then there was no response. I waited another few minutes. And because I know this guest, personally, I called them, there was no response. I texted, I sent these Zoom links again. And now it's getting to be around 15 minutes. And I was like, Okay, I guess this isn't happening today. I don't know what happened. But in the moment, I felt confused. I noticed I felt frustrated, there was some impatience, there was disappointment. After about 25 minutes, there was still no response, there was no acknowledgement. And I wasn't too triggered. But I definitely noticed I was triggered. And I'm going to share with you a process very soon to help you understand how triggered you are. I accepted that there was some fluke, and I decided, you know what I'm triggered, I'm going to go take a break, I'm going to come back into balance, and I need a break. Anyway, I've been on my computer a lot today. So I noticed that in all these feelings that came up, that there was a need to be acknowledged, there was a need for greater respect, there was a need for efficiency so that my time had been honored. Carley Hauck 22:19 And I also noticed that there was a request from myself that if we were to reschedule, to do this podcast interview, again, that I would want to make sure that this person was available and capable of responding. You know, maybe 30 minutes before the interview, or even afterwards, just in case there was a technology glitch, or scheduling glitch, so that this didn't happen again. But the no acknowledgement after text after emails after, you know, a call, I thought that was really odd. And I would want to make sure that they were available, their phone was on, they knew, you know that they needed to be available, just in case anything happened so that we were in communication. So I'm going to break down the process that I went through, that corresponds to the inner game. So self awareness is the first of the six inner game skills. So again, I was aware that I felt triggered. How did I know this, I was aware of the sensations in my body. My heart rate was higher, my blood pressure, I noticed I felt irritation, I was aware of some of the feelings that I already named. Emotional intelligence is a second inner game skill. And that comprises four dimensions- self awareness, which I already spoke to self regulation, which is this ability to regulate one's nervous system. So I noticed I was feeling triggered, I needed to take some deep breaths, I needed to take a break and shake it off, so to speak. Social awareness is another component of emotional intelligence, and then relationship mastery to our parts of the inner game, and to our parts of the outer game, which you'll see show up when I go into the conversation that I want to have. And so again, in my self regulation, I was breathing deeply. I actually went and sat outside in the sun, and I was really enjoying the sun because where I live right now in North Carolina, there has just been so much rain and so much gray weather, and I'm not used to it. So having this break in the middle of the day to get a little bit of sun poking through the clouds was actually a really beautiful gift. And then the third inner game practice is resilience and we can think of that as growth mindset. So the thought that I had while this was happening is I wonder what happened. Why? Why is this happening? Right? Which is coming from more curiosity versus why are they doing this to me? Why did this happen? So I had this sense that there's a reason why this is happening. And you know why? Because I was supposed to do a solo podcast on this topic. That's why it allowed me to use my experience as a teachable moment. For triggers for this first episode of Season Five. The fourth inner game practice is well being. So again, I took time to pause, I even sang a song in the car as I was driving to get out into the sun and singing helps me to calm down. I walked barefoot in the grass, I unplugged from technology, so I could really lower my arousal state. And I calm down. Love, that's number five. I was able to turn towards myself with compassion, Carley, you've had like, two people cancel on you today, and your schedule has gotten a little rocked, right? It's a little unpleasant. I offered myself care. And then I offered compassion to this other person, I hope they're okay, hope everything's fine. And so if I'm not able to bring that inner game of love, and compassion, and even forgiveness towards myself, first, it's really hard to put that out into the world and into my relationships. And the number six, the inner game of authenticity. When I moved into owning what was true for me, what were my feelings? What were my needs, and even going a layer deeper, I actually acknowledged that the trigger stirred some old emotional triggers for me that I've had due to childhood experiences, where I often felt like I was, you know, having to be super responsible, holding everything down, taking care of others, and there wasn't a lot of mutuality, there was sometimes not even communication. And that often then has me feeling a bit triggered, you know, like, I'm not being respected, I'm being neglected. And why do I have to work so hard, you know, to be able to get someone to meet me in this place. So that was coming up for me too. And I was also really recognizing my request, if we were to reschedule again. So that is coming from the inner game of authenticity. And if this person wasn't able to, you know, agree to some of my requests, in order to schedule another podcast interview, then it's not the right fit, and nothing personal, it's just, this is a process, it's not going to work for me again, and I don't want to have a repeat performance. So about an hour later, I actually did hear from this person, and they apologize, my name that they thought they were on, you know, Pacific Standard Time, even though all my communication and our Google calendar invite was on Eastern Standard Time, I brought attention to what I did to coordinate the interview to create efficiency. And then I actually had the brave exchange and I named my parameters and the agreement in order to reschedule this interview, and support this person with their new book. So this was honoring myself, my time, my boundaries. And by doing that I can be much more compassionate and forgiving with this person's process. Carley Hauck 29:15 So that is the way that when we cultivate these six inner game qualities of self awareness, emotional intelligence, resilience, well being love and authenticity, it supports us to have the brave exchange to navigate our triggers more easily because we've developed the skills to relate even in the midst of conflict, even in the midst of trigger. So I told you that I was going to give you a process to try and here it is: are you ready? This is the first step because we have to understand that we're triggered before we can actually relate skillfully to triggers. This is coming from chapter two in my book, and I'd love for you to just bring your attention inward. Just bring your awareness to your body to your breath. Kind of digesting everything I've shared, but letting it all go. Maybe move your fingers, your toes, your neck, shoulder circles back, whenever it feels good to just come into the body. This is only going to take a few minutes. So don't do this while you're driving. If you're walking, see if you can, you know, just pause to be still. And now just recall a time that happened recently where you felt triggered at work at home. And bring to mind the situation and go through this process with me. On a scale of one to 10, see if you can identify the number of trigger one being I feel calm. 10 being I am about to lose it. Can you recall? What was your number? Next, identify your emotions, there might be many: fear, anger, patience, disappointment. All feelings are welcome. Now turn towards your body. What bodily sensations are you aware of is there a tightness constriction, an irritation. And just notice where it's taking up space in your body, your hands, your belly, your head, is it a lot of space is in a little bit of space. And trying to stay in the body, don't go into story. And next, try to identify what the narrative is about this situation this person did or said or this happened. And we can have lots of narratives and they can either bring us up or they can bring us down. And if you recall, the experience that I shared, I was able to stay in curiosity. I wondered what happened. But I welcome you to really acknowledge whatever narrative is true. Well, what is your narrative about the situation right now. And notice that you probably have a need from this person from this situation. What need do you have right now that would support you to come into greater balance, maybe you have a need for a break. First, maybe you have a need for connection for respect for whatever it is love for you to just acknowledge what that need is, honor it. And then bring your awareness back to your body back to your breath. Maybe do a little movement, a little shaking. So that process can take a couple minutes. And it's really helpful for you to go through so that you can start to understand your patterns and be able to have choice over your response in the moment that you're triggered. Carley Hauck 34:45 And I wanted to share just another piece that when you're first identifying the number on a scale of one to 10. If you're at a five or higher, I would invite you to really pause at that moment. This is not the time to have the conversation. Because in that range of trigger, you've usually left your heart and you're pretty much in your head, which means you're in a more fear based place. If you're in your heart, you're still coming from love, you might still be coming from care, compassion, forgiveness, you're able to really hold space for your experience and the other. But when we're too triggered, we're in attack mode, because that's how our nervous system is wired, we are going to be in fight flight, or freeze versus the, you know, more relaxed care and befriend space. And so you're human, it's okay, if you're above a five, go take good care of yourself, do what you need to do to shake it off, and then identify what your need is. And so one of the ways that we can communicate that we're triggered, so that we're actually able to salvage and have care for the other, especially if this is in the midst of another person, is we just acknowledge it, I feel triggered, or I'm not in a good place to talk right now. The other thing that can happen is that we're in dialogue or relationship with someone else who's triggered, and they may not actually even be able to say that they're triggered. So that's also a really wonderful time. If you're aware that this person's triggered, and they're coming from fight flight, or freeze, which means they're withdrawn, they're attacking, or they're just kind of frozen, that you might also interject and say, What do you think about us taking a pause, taking a break, and revisiting this in 15 minutes, or Let's reschedule to another day, right. And you don't necessarily have to say, Hey, I think you're triggered, because that could create more of a trigger for the other person, but you just offer a pause. And if that person isn't able to hear it, you can still take it, because that's you honoring you, and that's you holding healthy boundaries. So I hope that all this information was helpful to you. And you can grow your inner game, so that you can be a conscious leader at work life in the world. And that inner game will support you to navigate triggers more skillfully. And there are a couple ways for you to cultivate a strong inner game, and to also continue these types of practices. One is the podcast. I believe this is Episode 48. So all of the podcasts interviews that I have done, I'm sharing practices, I've interviewed leaders, and they're talking about the challenges they've had and what they've utilized to really grow their inner game and navigate their own complexities at work and at home because we bring our whole selves wherever we go, you know, it's not compartmentalised. As I was sharing earlier, our childhood experiences impact, what triggers us at work, and at home. You can also get my book in hardcopy or an audiobook is available. And I would love to support you with the wonderful stories of leaders in the book and incredible science and the practices that you can apply to your life. You could also book a free consultation with me and we can develop a specific training for your organization, team, or leadership. I also love creating large scale learning and leadership development programs with these foundational skills embedded. And the links for the book. And booking time with me will all be in the show notes. Carley Hauck 39:20 Before I say farewell for now, I'd like to invite one more invitation. It's so important that we start to understand the patterns of what triggers us. And so as you go about your day, you might start to explore what are the patterns of things that are causing me to feel triggered at home, at work? Here are some examples at work. Do I get triggered in group meetings? If so, why? And my one-on-ones with my supervisor. Do I get triggered when they do or say certain things? Why is this potentially related to old experiences in my childhood or my family of origin are another experience that reminds me of this? Do I feel triggered when I am ignored, or when I feel a lack of belonging or trust? Where's that coming from? So, just really being curious. There's no judgment here, because we all have it. But if we can start to understand the root of it, and we bring caring, and loving awareness, we can start to shift our response and create new healthy patterns on the inside, and less on how we show up on the outside. Before we part, I am going to share my heart's desire. This feels a bit vulnerable. And I've never used the platform for this purpose, but it feels timely, and we live in a virtual connected world. I am in a wonderful place in my life, where I am seeking a conscious inclusive human being who has a deep commitment to learning growth and using relationship as spiritual practice. This person, like me, has devoted time and energy for many years with teachers, programs, healers, therapists, coaches, to develop and cultivate the inner game skills I've been speaking of: self awareness, emotional intelligence, empathy, growth mindset, leading from love, forgiveness, authenticity. And they are excited and ready to engage in skillful relating and navigating conflict with health, and patients, and responsiveness. And as I had shared earlier, how I came to develop this practice for myself on navigating triggers was due to the ending of a relationship. But throughout my entire existence of this life, I have yet to find a person that can stay. That has the skills for this type of relating. And I'm at a place where I will not date anyone that does not have the skills, I do not want to go through the pain that has occurred by not being met in these basic capabilities of relating, they feel basic to me. I'm aware, they're not for everyone. So if you are listening to this, you feel a sense of resonance with me with this image of relating. And you're excited to explore beautiful partnership, and supporting one another to be the best versions of ourselves in service of a more just inclusive and regenerative world, I would love to hear from you. Please reach out. conversations are always a great way to start. And I'm always in the mindset that we are always learning and growing from each other. And I'm always willing to see how we can support each other even if it's not, you know, moving towards what I'm calling in this particular message. If you are also listening to us and you know, an eligible, single cisgendered heterosexual male who fits this description, and you would like to reach out and introduce us, I would be delighted to hear from you. It's all about introductions and supporting one another, to grow into our best selves with the right community opportunities. So thank you for hearing my heart's desire. And as always, I so appreciate you being part of the podcast community for listening in. And until we meet again, be the light and shine your light.
The Saleh family has been providing authentic Mediterranean experiences in North Carolina since 1977! shares the family secrets of bringing the bounties of Lebanon to the Triangle of North Carolina. Hummus, Falafel, Tahini and more, this episode will make you hungry. Grab a piece of pita and fill it up.
Welcome to episode ninety-three of the Löw Tide Böyz - A Swimrun Podcast!This week we have Stirling Miles and Lolo Armstrong, A.K.A., Team Run For Tacos, on the show. They share their inspiring Swimrun journey of training, traveling, and racing their first Swimrun at Ödyssey Swimrun Orcas Island a few weeks back. We loved chatting with them and their story will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside!But first... Training UpdateÖdyssey Swimrun Austin is four weeks away. We're starting to pump up the volume on our training and did a 2 hour-plus Swimrun on Saturday to start dialing things in again.ShoutoutsThis week we're shouting out Lindsey Ludwick from Virginia. Thanks for being a fan of the show and for wearing your Tie-dye hoodie with pride. Hope to meet you in person at a race soon!Feats of EnduranceThis week's award goes to Robb Damman and his buddy Yanni for their 8 hour, 30.33 mile point to point Swimrun adventure in Durham County, North Carolina this past Saturday. They called the route “SCRAMP the Falls” and while we don't know what that means, it's still an impressive feat!Check out and join our Strava Club and join Swimrunners from around the world as they train for Swimruns and stuff.This Week in SwimrunAll the news that we could find on the internet contained herein.It's race week for ÖTILLÖ Cannes. Best of luck to everyone racing and remember to ignore the paparazzi. We'll be putting out Cannes memes all week so make sure to follow us on IG to witness the ridiculousness. If that wasn't enough, we will have some bonus race coverage thanks to our friends G Flo and Tobias from Team Max Mockermann who will be our “LTBz Correspondents in the Field” taking over our IG stories to share all the sights and sounds of Cannes. And it THAT wasn't enough, we will also be releasing a Cannes Race Recap episode in the next few weeks so stay tuned for that!This past weekend, Swimrun Cyprus held their annual race on the island. We loved seeing all the photos on IG and the event looked fantastic.Gravity Race hosted the 6th edition of their Annecy Swimrun over the weekend. According to their website, they had 700 athletes participating in their three distance formats. Can't blame the athletes for wanting to race because the Lac D'annecy is a pretty majestic location for a Swimrun.If you're looking for something to do on October 24, we recommend that you check out Swimrun Cote D'azur. We learned about this part of France from our friends Laurene and Irina, A.K.A., The Swimrun Mermaids, and they convinced us that it's an amazing location for a Swimrun. (I foresee planning a double Swimrun vacation in the South of France with ÖTILLÖ Cannes one weekend and this race the following.)Finally, it's never too early to start planning for 2022 and Bauer Swimrun recently opened registration for their May 1st event in Småland, Sweden.That's it for this week. Be sure to tip us off if there's any news that you would like for us to share on the show.UpdatesProgramming alert: If you're racing or thinking about racing Swimrun NC in November, make sure to check out our course preview episode that will drop next week.Speaking about course previews, if you're racing Ödyssey Swimrun Austin (it's on the same day as Swimrun NC) make sure to check out our course preview episode to get you super stoked...and ready for race day. Team Run For TacosChatting with Stirling and Lolo about their Swimrun journey was so great! They shared their origin story and how one video changed the course of the endurance lives of two long-time best friends and got them to the start line of Ödyssey Swimrun Orcas Island. Their story is what Swimrun is all about and we can't wait to see them again at another race.You can follow the adventures of Team Run For Tacos on Instagram.That's it for this week's show. If you are enjoying the Löw Tide Böyz, be sure to subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast player and leave us a five-star review. You can find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, and on YouTube. You can also follow our meme page on Instagram. Email us at email@example.com with any feedback and/or suggestions. Finally, you can support our efforts on Patreon…if you feel so inclined.Thanks for listening and see you out there!- Chip and Chris
SHOW NOTES: If you enjoyed garden-fresh veggies all Spring and Summer, now is the time to plant cool weather crops that thrive in autumn's cooler weather. Learn what grows best straight through to the first frost. Adding shrubbery to the front of your house adds curb appeal and the cooler Fall weather offers plenty of time for the roots to grow deep before next summer's heat sets in. Get step-by-step tips to get this project done. Whether you live in a climate that's warm or cold, insulation is the key to keeping your home comfortable. But most homes simply don't have enough. We'll share a new product that'll allow you to get the insulation job done fast and safe – and without any special tools. If you're planning to add a new fence, learn the easiest way to set posts without mixing any concrete. Plus, answers to your home improvement questions: Tommy from Nebraska wants to know what the best dryer vent hose is. Mike in North Carolina needs to fix a crack on his garage wall and a void under the apron of the driveway. Deb from Missouri wants to know the best way to install new molding on a plaster wall. Carl in South Carolina put a tile floor in his laundry room and now having a hard time keeping the door open. Linda from Michigan wants do an extension to a barn and wants to know how to find an architect for it. Sylvia in Ohio wants to know how to remove a glue down carpeting from plywood without ruining the floor. Nelson from Delaware had asphalt paving put in and wants to know whether to use a water or oil base seal coat? Audrey in South Dakota is inquiring about Bondera Tile Mat Set. Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This talk was at an event we attended in North Carolina called Prepper Camp 2021. I spoke three different days and will be posting these over the next several weeks. Each day was different. The audio on this version is 100% better than the first version.
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.
In the third and final hour of the show, Pete discusses concerns over economic boycotts of North Carolina - much like with Pat McCrory with HB2 - after Mark Robinson's comments about the LGBTQ community. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/petekalinershow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a special episode of All the Presidents' Lawyers with Carissa Byrne Hessick, professor of law at the University of North Carolina. As we've discussed previously on the show, some federal judges have been wondering (sometimes aloud, in their courtrooms) whether the Capitol Riot defendants are getting off too easy. More than six hundred people have been charged so far — a few with felonies and most with misdemeanor charges. Of those charged, about one hundred people have accepted a plea bargain. There are a lot of reasons why plea bargains are part of the American justice system, but is plea bargaining good? With how overwhelmed D.C. courts are, how are prosecutors thinking about getting defendants to just plead guilty? And what's the political messaging behind these cases? Carissa Byrne Hessick says plea bargaining is a bad deal and she's here to talk about it.
In the second hour of the show, Pete responds to the question of whether NC Lt. Governor Mark Robinson can fairly represent the people of the state in his role - and potentially more - if he is going to publicly share his religious beliefs. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/petekalinershow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Florida State football looked much better against North Carolina on Saturday. One of the main reasons was the relative health of the team was better. And this meant it did not have to expose as many of its depth problems. But why does it have those depth problems? Bud Elliott looks into it in this Nolecast short.
Wake Forest has played four ACC games. Seven teams have played two or fewer. Reeling Clemson is the betting favorite. Pitt and Virginia Tech battle this weekend to prove who's for real. North Carolina is already moving on to hoops. Expect a wild ACC championship race as the pieces begin to fit into the puzzle. Host: Trey Scott Guest: Cory Smith Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends! It's the second week of Get Up in the Cool month; where I share some extra special interviews in hopes that you'll be moved to support the show. This week's extra special guest is Anh Phung! You may know her as the flautist from Twisted Pine. We recorded this last month at IBMA in Raleigh, North Carolina. Tunes and songs in this episode: * Karen Collins' Tune (2:46) * Indian Eat the Woodchuck (19:12) * Over the Road to Maysville (31:46) * Chips and Sauce (original tune by Ira Bernstein) (52:50) * Dorrigo (original tune by George Jackson) (1:02:08) * Bonus track: Marion Reece's Cumberland Gap Follow Anh Phung on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anh.t.phung/ Visit Anh Phung's Linktree: https://linktr.ee/anh.t.phung Visit Twisted Pine's website: https://www.twistedpineband.com/ And Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twistedpineband/ Support Get Up in the Cool on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/getupinthecool Buy Get Up in the Cool merch like t-shirts, phone cases, and masks! https://teespring.com/new-get-up-in-the-cool-swag Sign up at https://www.pitchforkbanjo.com/ for my clawhammer instructional series! Check out Cameron's other podcast, Think Outside the Box Set: https://boxset.fireside.fm/
Running faster is about physical training, sure, but there's a mental component that can be just as difficult to overcome. In this interview with best-selling author Brad Stulberg, we'll teach you the 6 principles to building mental toughness. You'll love the lessons Brad shares and how it will immediately help you develop an internal strength and self-confidence that sustains you through ups and downs. Brad Stulberg researches, writes, and coaches on health, well-being, and sustainable performance. He is bestselling author of the new book, The Practice of Groundedness, and also Peak Performance. His work has been featured in The New York Times, New Yorker, Atlantic, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, Forbes, and more. In his coaching practice, he works with executives, entrepreneurs, and physicians on their performance and well-being. He lives in Asheville, North Carolina. CONNECT, COMMENT, & COMMUNITY: Special Offer His new book, The Practice of Groundedness, has been marked down on Amazon by over 40 percent for a limited time! If you are thinking about getting a copy, take advantage of this great deal! For listeners of the Run To The Top Podcast, Brad is also offering special bonuses, including training plans and guides to resilience and sustainable performance. Just fill out this form with your order number to get the bonuses. Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: Heal from the Amino Company Heal is an amino acid, whey and creatine based formulation designed to reduce recovery times and improve physical function after injuries by accelerating muscle repair while helping maintain a healthy inflammatory response. Check out the research here: https://aminoco.com/rttt If you're looking for a nutritional advantage when it comes to recovering from your running injury or your daily training I recommend you give Heal a try. If you're interested in learning more and giving Heal a try, we've got a special offer for you where you can save 30% by using the code RC30. Just head to: https://aminoco.com/rttt and use the code RC30 at checkout to save 30%
An enormous infusion of money and effort will be needed to prepare the United States for the changes wrought by the climate crisis.We visited towns in North Carolina that have been regularly hit by floods to confront a heartbreaking question: How does a community decide whether its homes are worth saving?Guest: Christopher Flavelle, a climate reporter for The New York Times.Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: For the first time, there is bipartisan acknowledgement — through actions, if not words — that the United States is unprepared for global warming and will need huge amounts of cash to cope.Homeowners in the Outer Banks of North Carolina are facing a tax increase of almost 50 percent to protect their homes. Is this the future of coastal towns?For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.