Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg tells NPR that the Biden administration is focused on resolving supply chain issues in time of the holiday shopping season. Also: what is a supply chain and why are they causing issues?This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, and chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.
Brad and Tom are back for a new edition of the Great British Chiefs Show! The Chiefs are sitting at 2-3 at the bottom of the AFC West but; Brad and Tom want to focus on the reasons to be optimistic about this team. There continues to be a lot of movement in the Arrowhead Pride power rankings and we take our first look at the Washington Football Team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Barry O'Reilly's guest is Jim McKelvey, who has been everything from a glassblowing artist, to a founder of a multibillion-dollar organization. Just recently, he was appointed Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Jim is the co-founder of Square, a leading financial services and digital payments company, and the author of The Innovation Stack: Building an Unbeatable Business One Crazy Idea at a Time, where he shares the story of building Square and his philosophy for building disruptive companies. His most recent startup, Invisibly, gives consumers control of how their personal data is monetized by advertisers. Jim treats listeners to some fun facts and tips he learned from his own journey in this week's episode. Be Grumpy, Optimistic and Tenacious Innovation requires a “wonderful blend of grumpiness and optimism”, as well as a healthy dose of tenacity, Jim argues. Grumpiness makes you upset about a problem, and optimism inspires you to come up with a solution. Tenacity keeps you going through the tough times. “A lot of the companies that are now household names ... began with a founder who just found themselves in a really unpleasant situation and didn't quit,” Jim says. The mix of work ethic and stubbornness is often the secret sauce to your ultimate breakthrough. The most successful founders are just regular people; you just need the right tools, which Jim describes in his book. [Listen from 2:10] Entertain Them Barry loves The Innovation Stack for its amusing anecdotes and contrary approaches, one of his favorites being Jim's approach to pitching investors. “People get pitching wrong,” Jim explains. “People spend a lot of time pitching as if they are trying to sell somebody something. I pitch as if I'm trying to entertain and invite them to partner with me, and it's a subtle difference.” It's your duty to entertain your listeners, he argues, especially if you want them to listen to you for more than 30 seconds. [Listen from 8:55] Make it an Experience Your product or service should be an unforgettable experience for your customers, one they want to revisit. Jim describes thinking through the design of a new drinking glass that will invoke the users' senses and help them see the world in a new way. These types of hidden experiences are key. “What I noticed was that immediately after an experience like that, you have this window of attention that may last 2 seconds or 5 seconds or 20 seconds,” Jim tells Barry. [Listen from 14:15] Make Space in Your Head What used to work well before may stop working, and you have to be flexible enough to unlearn. “If you stick too rigidly to what has worked, you'll find that you end up one of these fossils who is so out of step with what's working that you no longer have any success,” Jim warns. “To me, unlearning is a Marie Kondo approach to your brain.” You have to get rid of the stuff that no longer works, to make space in your head for new ideas and approaches. This is a continuous process. [Listen from 20:40] Looking Ahead Jim is excited about his new position as Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. He is responsible for ensuring that the right information gets to the people who need it, he says. “But it's also about gathering economic data and then going to Washington a couple times a year to make decisions on how that data gets used.” The main focus is to bring the economy back to health post-pandemic. “The key unlearning there is to just continually recognize that you don't get to copy the solution from some previous crisis because we haven't had one like this,” he tells Barry, “so just keep your mind open and be willing to listen to the person who proposes something that sounds radical, but in fact might actually be the solution.” [Listen from 26:35] Read full show notes at BarryO'Reilly.com Resources Jim McKelvey Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram The Innovation Stack: Building an Unbeatable Business One Crazy Idea at a Time
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In this episode you will learn about 5 points that keeps LastButNotLeast hopeful especially during this time that we are living in. Bible Scriptures; 2 Corinthians 4:17-18, James 1: 2-4, James 1:19-20, James 2:23, John 14:2-3 Where To Find US; FB: EdifyingQweens / Twitter: EdifyingQ / Instagram: edifyingqweens / Email: EQLovesJesus@gmail.com
Optimistic path from 1-3 to 10 wins and a playoff berth for the Colts likely includes a win Monday in Baltimore. Colts must sweep Texans and Jags, beat the Jets and Titans, and then beat three good teams. Jaylon Smith likely going to the Texans. Four great reasons the Pacers should NOT trade for Ben Simmons! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Xbox boss Phil Spencer reaffirms his commitment to supporting the Japanese game market and Japanese-developed games. We discuss what needs to happen and what we'd like to see. Plus: our impressions of Big Team Battle in Halo Infinite's second weekend of multiplayer test flight #2, and more!
In this episode you will learn about optimism, the self-fulfilling prophecy, and the health benefits of thinking positively. You will learn about the correlation between optimism and faith or the lack thereof. Scriptures: Proverbs 23:7, Proverbs 15:4, Proverbs 16:24, Proverbs 18:4, Psalms 139:4, 2 Corinthians 10:4-5, Matthew 6:9 -15, Hebrews 11: 1-3, Colossians 2:17b, and Revelation 5:9. Where to find us: Facebook @Edifying Qweens; Instagram @edifyingqweens; Twitter: Edifying Q; Email: EQlovesJesus@gmail.com
Even a passing glance towards the headlines of the day can cause fear and anxiety. Author and political expert Thann Bennett offers a measured and researched approach to vaccine mandates, government spending, updates to draft laws, and more. Thann is the author of "My Fame, His Fame."
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Kevin Owocki is the leader behind the Gitcoin project, but he is also a husband, a father, an ultimate frisbee player, and a self-described hippie. As one of the most compelling individuals in the space, for Kevin it all boils down to coordination. In this episode of Layer Zero, we focus on Slaying Moloch, Incentivizing Public Goods, the Solarpunk aesthetic, and much more. Dive in and find out why we're optimistic about the future of society. ------
Two major bills are at stake amid Democratic infighting in Congress. The first is a bipartisan infrastructure deal, and the second a larger reconciliation bill that focuses on climate, child care, health care and more. To break down the latest in the discussions, Judy Woodruff is joined by co-chair of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, Democratic Rep. Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Climate change is one of the most important issues we face today. Yet, it's a topic which polarizes people. Our guest on this episode, well-known climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, says climate action isn't about being a certain type of person or voting a certain way. She says it IS about connecting the values we already have, to act for our future. Dr. Hayhoe is the Chief Scientist of The Nature Conservancy and the author of the new book, SAVING US: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World. ****** Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! --> Aurate: we love this modern, minimalist, and affordable jewerly! They rarely run sales, so we're honored that they are offering one to our listeners! Go to http://www.auratenewyork.com/nobodytoldme and use promo code 'nobodytoldme' to get 20% off with no minimum order. --> 'The Happiness Lab' Podcast: Yale's Dr. Laurie Santos shares surprising research and inspiring stories that will change the way you think about happiness. Listen to the new season on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts! --> Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA): DBSA provides free support groups, wellness tools, and inspirational stories to guide you on your path to holistic mental health wellness. To learn more about how you can start conversations about mental health and suicide in your community, go to http://www.dbsalliance.org/suicide-prevention. --> 'Beauty Uncovered' Podcast: brought to you by Olaplex, this amazing weekly podcast centers on beauty, health, wellness and lifestyle, and offers ideas for new looks you can apply the same day! Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Journalist William Yang talks to Eamon following the announcement of the AUKUS deal and China's reaction to it. The Stand is proudly sponsored by Tesco. Recorded on 21/9/21
Optimism. What Does being a “Optimistic runner” Mean? Being optimistic is defined as expecting the best possible outcome from any given situation. Among athletes, optimism is associated with approach-oriented coping, mental toughness, persistence following failure, and reduced burnout risk. Sounds like a good episode coming your way, let's do this You are halfway into your 21K race and even though you are stuck behind a slow bus… for example the 1:50 run timer…. The mental attitude of a runner with an optimistic mindset is more likely to reflect a belief that any result will be positive or desirable. Even though I am behind this rather huge group of runners, that are running way slower than I could… somehow I will manage to pass them. Hey and if this has never happened to you, ask yourself have you run your best. Because I seem to meet many runners that suffer from this phenomenon quite a lot. Or is it just the races I enter where either I get selected a low seed number or slower runners ahead of me have somehow decided they want a head start? Which is a silly thing to do, but too often slower runners are not where they should be. Further back. Look if I will run a slow marathon, I start further back, even if my marathon time would allow me to start further up ahead. But no reason to do that. Ok, back to the Optimistic runner. Optimists tend to exude more confidence when it comes to facing a challenge, and then you are positively future-oriented. It I said that the Optimistic Runner they also tend to have an internal locus of control, meaning they're in control of their decisions and can see how today's choices can impact tomorrow's experiences. It is like pearls on a string, you realize that the current moments is linked to what you did in the past, and will end up affecting your future run performance. Life not just your run life is a series of events that add up. And, generally an optimistic runner is more inclined to believe they can handle whatever the race throws at them, theyare more likely to enjoy significant measures of physical, mental challenges. However, this trait can also mean they take on more stress than pessimists because of their tendency to see possibility and opportunity. And if this is stressing you out a bit, because hey maybe you just don't feel so positive and bubbly… stick with it. I also don't always feel like that, and its not the point. There are some times where optimism is really critical. Let me give you a example, and you will say… aaah yes, that's true. Now where is being optimistic more important than during injury. Importance of Staying Optimistic During Recovery from injury. When it comes to Recovery, optimism is the best ally on your journey. Although optimists may take on more stress, they're also better equipped to deal with that stress. Even if things do not go the way they planned, optimists are still able to see possibility and opportunity in every situation. It's crucial to stay optimistic during Recovery because: Optimism boosts energy and immune system functioning. There are many studies you can read up on this. Just think of the placebo effect… What does this mean for our running? Find out more, give it a listen. It will grow on you.... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuoAaTiD4Dc2tMl5r3P09-g?view_as=subscriber https://www.instagram.com/advanced_endure https://twitter.com/combat_thoughts https://hypnorun.com https://www.amazon.de/-/en/Heiko-Stribl-ebook/dp/B093YCFXLB/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=heiko+stribl&qid=1630998999&sr=8-4 https://www.amazon.de/-/en/Heiko-Stribl/dp/B093RV4YTH/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=heiko+stribl+brain&qid=1630998885&sr=8-1
On the EthHub Weekly Recap we cover topics from the EthHub Weekly Newsletter. In this episode we discuss the market sell-off, OpenSea insider trading, Optimistic Ethereum update, Polygon and EY team up, Hop Protocol adds Arbitrum, ENS “sign in with Ethereum” and 0xMaki steps down from lead at Sushiswap
Australia may just have side-stepped another recession by the skin of its teeth after recording a small uptick in GDP growth over the June quarter. After an initial “miracle” V-shaped recovery, our economy did a U-turn as much of Australia was locked down at the end of the June quarter. And economists seem united about the outcome of the current September quarter – we will be seeing a steep drop in economic output. So what's ahead for our economy and our property markets, that's what I'm going to be chatting about with Australia's leading housing economist Dr Andrew Wilson today. And while you'll hear him give six reasons why we are optimistic about the economy moving forward, you'll also hear why we won't have the miraculous V shape recovery many were expecting. Now if you have been a subscriber to this podcast for a while or followed my blogs or YouTube videos you'd know for the last 3 years I have recorded a weekly Property Insiders video chat with Dr Andrew Wilson. And his assessment of and forecasts for our economy and property markets have been remarkably accurate so whether you're a beginning property investor or an experienced I'm sure you'll benefit from my chat with Andrew today which is the audio of one of our recent Property Insider videos. I'll leave a link in the show notes so you can see all the charts that support the information we'll talk about, but in general that won't be necessary – Andrew explains his position well. I'll also be sharing my regular mindset message where I'll discuss 5 common money myths and mistakes I'm seeing many people make. There will be a lot written in our history books about the Coronavirus pandemic, how the world changed, how we live and the economic fallout that resulted from it. Last year there were a lot of letters being tossed out about the shape of the economic recovery from the short sharp recession Australia experienced: U, V, W, etc. There was even talk of a Nike swoosh shaped recovery. Well, the recession we had last year was not a normal recession. Government lockdowns and the fear of getting sick kept consumers at home, while the shutdown of supply chains, shortages of workers, the inability to source inputs, and the sudden fall in international tourism, students and migrants devastated businesses. Then all of a sudden it looked like we experienced a V-shaped recovery marked by a steep, dramatic decline in the economy in the middle of last year (the first half of the “V“), followed by an equally rapid upturn to pre-recession levels, (the second half of the “V“). But just look what's happened over the last few months with half of Australia in lockdown at a time that many of the government supports measures we enjoyed last year not there anymore. So, what's next for the Australian economy and for our property markets? These are some of the questions I'll be asking Australia's leading housing Economist, Dr Andrew Wilson chief economist of My Housing Market Our economy lifts again and posts record growth over the year Australia may just have side-stepped another recession by the skin of its teeth after recording a small uptick in GDP growth over the June quarter. After an initial “miracle” V-shaped recovery, our economy did a U-turn as much of Australia was locked down at the end of the June quarter. And economists seem united about the outcome of the current September quarter – we will be seeing a steep drop in economic output. In today's podcast Dr. Andrew Wilson gives 6 reasons why he's confident about Australia's recovery. Australia dodged a recession with strong economic growth over the last year. Australia's economy (as measured by gross domestic product GDP) grew by 0.7% in the June quarter after rising by 1.9% in the March quarter. Over the year economy grew by a record 9.6% – admittedly of a pandemic and use low base. The level of the Australian dollar and the strength of our share market are a good indication of what's ahead. Unemployment levels are low, and our participation rate is high Australia's economic recovery is creating jobs. Interestingly the number of Australians working multiple jobs has never been higher, as insecure work surges. The economy is creating jobs but not necessarily the ones Australians need. The latest ABS figures have peeled back another layer on the labour market, revealing Australians are doing it far tougher than the headline number would suggest. The number of people working multiple jobs surged by 15,100 in the three months to June to its highest number on record. Over the last 12 months, the number of Australians with at least two jobs has swelled by 32.6%. Headline unemployment fell to 4.6% in July, ahead of expectations and despite lockdowns coming into force. As economists have pointed out, the ‘improvement' has largely been the product of hordes of people giving up on finding work altogether, discounting them from the survey. It shows in the fact that over the month Australians worked 3 million hours less. At the same time, opportunities to get into the workforce are declining. On the back of eastern state lockdowns, new job ads have declined nearly 10% while total job vacancies hit a ceiling. Despite all the challenges consumer confidence is holding up well. Strong consumer sentiment is important for our property markets and for our economy in general. When we don't feel confident about our financial futures we don't spend, and in particular we don't buy high ticket items like new homes or investment properties. Australians are richer than ever Rising house prices and a stronger share market and increasing dividends from stocks mean Australians are richer than ever before. Aussies have stashed their cash Over the last quarter the Household Savings Ratio eased from 11.6% in the March quarter to 9.7% in the June quarter, but thanks to lower mortgage rates and the raft of government stimulus measures rolled out over the past 18 months Aussie households are sitting on a record war chest of $1½ trillion in cash, so when we are let out of our Covid Cocoons we'll be keen to spend it. Australians have wiped $1.1 billion from their credit card debt in a single month A surprising financial upside to spending so much life indoors is that Australians have wiped $1.1 billion from credit card debt in a single month. Coinciding with the first full month of NSW in lockdown, Australians have managed to pay off over $1 billion in personal credit card debt according to the latest Reserve Bank of Australia credit and charge card data. It seems that as households settled into lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria during July, they locked away their credit cards and began paying down their debts. That saw credit card spending plummet 11.4 per cent to $19.5 billion in July. The value of purchases dropped by 9.29% or $2 billion in July with the total value of purchases sitting under $20 billion for the first time in 9 months, while the number of purchases also dropped by 15 million from the month prior. The lockdowns obviously offer limited opportunities to spend on credit cards and have prompted many people to prioritise paying down debts amid growing economic uncertainty. Resources: Dr. Andrew Wilson, chief economist My Housing Market Subscribe to my weekly Property Insiders video chat with Dr. Andrew Wilson – www.PropertyInsiders.info As our property markets move forward why not get the team at Metropole to build you a personalised Strategic Property Plan – this will help both beginning and experienced investors. Get a bundle of eBooks and reports www.PodcastBonus.com.au Shownotes plus more here: Here's 6 reasons why we're optimistic about Australia's economic recovery, with Dr. Andrew Wilson Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “Another positive for our future is that Australians, in general, are richer than ever.” – Michael Yardney “Becoming financially free is about your habits.” – Michael Yardney “Money shouldn't be feared, shouldn't intimidate you – it's merely a means to an end.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. 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In today's BYU-Idaho devotional, President Eyring presented his talk “In Your Patience Possess Ye Your Souls" and Sister Eyring gave her talk titled “Better Than Expected.” While both talks focused largely around optimism, President and Sister Eyring collectively talked about overcoming the challenges of COVID-19 through fasting, prayer, patience, and love.
Henry jumps on for a quick solo podcast to go through the five reasons why he's started to feel optimistic about the Browns after their Week 1 loss to the Chiefs. Then, to round out the show, he goes over what stood out to him from the Browns Week 1 PFF grades. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Being an optimist doesn't mean you don't have dark moments or thoughts. Those will creep in from time to time, but an optimist will take a step back and reframe their thinking - shift their mindset. On the show this week, I am talking with Dr. Sara Frost, optimist, mom, wife, and program operations manager for a non-profit. We are discussing what being an optimist means, the mindset shift needed to remain optimistic when faced with challenges, and why play-makers are so important for children. Being an optimist doesn't mean you don't have dark moments or thoughts. Those will creep in from time to time, but an optimist will take a step back and reframe their thinking - shift their mindset. Liked this episode? Rate, review, and share! Links: Dr. Sara Frost can be found on: LinkedIn Episode Freebie: Get to Good worksheet Also, Life is Good Playmakers is offering a discount for listeners to get $10 off the Playmaker 101 course. Use the code: TEACHERSHIP21
Bri and Meredith break down the good and the bad from the Browns' loss to Kansas City in week 1. They share their thoughts on OBJ not playing in the season opener, how they felt about Baker Mayfield's performance, as well as their favorite moments vs. their most concerning moments of the game. And as always, they take a trip to Rival Reddit to see what the opposing fan bases are saying about week 1 in the NFL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello, and welcome back to Cool and Crazy Cats this week! This week's cool and crazy episode will feature the optimistic Oriental Shorthair breed, a cat breed known for their large ears! In this episode, you will get to learn about the optimistic Oriental Shorthair cat breed's history, physical traits, temperament, and more in this cool and crazy episode! Press play to learn more about cats today! Meow! Source: Dyas, B. (2021, April 13). Oriental Shorthair. Daily Paws. https://www.dailypaws.com/cats-kittens/cat-breeds/oriental-shorthair
John Nabors discusses the reasons as to why Arkansas fans should be feeling good heading into Texas with Tera Talmadge of the Pig Trail Nation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joe Goodberry joins Jake and James to share his reasons for optimism for the 2021 iteration of the Cincinnati Bengals. He has high expectations for the offense to carry the load, and while there are some questions on defense, there's a winning record prediction! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The meditations by the Catholic Priest John Flader (in English) lasts 20 / 30 minutes (aprox). You may use it for your daily personal prayer or meditation and it allows you to use your device to pray while doing your daily activities. We hope you develop with this your interior life.
News that the FDA gave Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) full approval for its COVID-19 vaccine, as well as crude prices rallying caused all the major indexes to end the day in the green. Join Maxx Chatsko and Steve Symington as the two discuss why investors are so optimistic. Welcome to 7investing. We are here to empower you to invest in your future! We publish our 7 best ideas in the stock market to our subscribers for just $49 per month or $399 per year. Start your journey toward's financial independence: https://www.7investing.com/subscribe Stop by our website to level-up your investing education: https://www.7investing.com Follow us on Social Media ► https://www.facebook.com/7investing/ ► https://twitter.com/7investing ► https://instagram.com/7investing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/7investing/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/7investing/support
Hello and welcome to episode 296 of The Mindful Kind podcast. In this episode, you'll learn about some practical strategies to help you be more optimistic during difficult times. To understand optimism a little more, be sure to check out episode 114 of The Mindful Kind, "Outlooks on Life: Optimism." Please keep in mind that you don't have to feel happy in order to be optimistic! Below are three strategies to help you be more optimistic during difficult times: 1: Identify the loudest negative thought and gently challenge it (then focus your attention on a more optimistic thought) 2: Practice gratitude or observing your strengths during difficult times 3: Take empowered action. Choose one small thing you can do to help make the difficult situation a little better Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
When your child is struggling with a negative mindset, it can affect all aspects of learning and family life. That's why a question that often comes up is "Can I help my child become more optimistic?" The answer is most certainly, "Yes." This episode of the Raising Lifelong Learners Podcast is all about how you can make a difference and help your child develop skills to become more optimistic.
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Robert Payne has the unusual super power of being almost unrealistically optimistic. Forget about the fact that after taking the vaccination, he had an unusual reaction that left him with Bells Palsy for the last 4 months. He still remains as optimistic and cheerful as ever. He said he has always seen the world as bright. There was no real turning point that made him have a different perspective on life. It was as if he was born to see the light in all things. He chose to be a bankruptcy lawyer because he really felt he could lift people up. And what a ride it has been for him. He deals with people who are at the lowest of their lows every single day. So many people dealing with such emotional and mental stress. He is happy to help them start over and reset. I asked him if ever gets bogged down by it all, and he simply replied "No." He loves doing what he does. This type of outlook is incredibly refreshing in a world filled with negativity and hate. He shines bright and helps lift others up. It's incredible. Had an awesome time chatting with this man!
The families of seven Black men who were executed in 1951 are scheduled to meet with Governor Ralph Northam today to discuss a posthumous pardon; Republican Glenn Youngkin proposed a series of tax cuts in a campaign announcement yesterday. He says the plans won't cause any cuts in state services if he's elected governor, but it's not clear how he will pay for it; Chesterfield County Public Schools announced yesterday that new and existing bus drivers will see an increase in pay and incentives; and other local news stories.
Austrian economics is a very common topic of discussion and study within the bitcoin community. Being the base economic theory upon which we find bitcoin resting, it makes sense that understanding this would be a primary lead for someone to get into bitcoin. Josef T„'tek, one of our regular contributors here at Bitcoin Magazine, is an example of this. T„'tek has written some fantastic articles for us, including 'œYour Financial Data Is Not Private, Bitcoin Can Fix That,' 'œHere's Why Bitcoin Will Rejuvenate Your Hope In Life,' and 'œBitcoin Is The Sustainable Money Europe Deserves.' Bullish on both bitcoin and on life, T„'tek maintains an optimistic outlook that bears witness to the good bitcoin is capable of doing. In our interview, we discussed how his foundations in Austrian economics lead him to Bitcoin, and how the reverse is often true of bitcoiners. We then discussed how Bitcoin has impacted his life, both in personal preferences and in his career. We touched on what he believes is the most important part of people's bitcoin education '" in his opinion, an understanding of fiat. Finally, we discussed what he is looking forward to in the space, and his bullish price thoughts. He said, 'œin the short term, we are usually too optimistic. In the long term, we are too pessimistic."Check out the podcast above and be sure to read our written interview.
Welcoming back beloved Infant brothers John Hamer and Randy Snyder to talk about God, meaning, and Randy's miraculous conversion to the Jehovah's Witnesses. Join the new study group here. Fill out the Return to Kolob Extra Terrestrial Belief Survey here. Support the podcast on Patreon here
With the podcast on Summer Break we are revisiting some of our most popular shows! This week we are re-releasing my interview with Alisha Hawrylyszyn Frank, founder of Fiercely Optimistic, developed to help people through life coaching, Reiki, meditation and yoga. Alisha shares her life journey, offers important advice about following your intuition, and how to live in alignment with your life. We chat about depression and how anyone is susceptible. Alisha provides a list of practices that keep her grounded when bouts of depression arise. Alisha is hosting a retreat in Big Sur, California October 22-25, 2021 Sign up here. Podcast Sponsor: Saged is a spiritual app and resource center for Earth-based teachings and practices. Stay aligned, connected and supported on your spiritual journey, with Saged. Download Saged for free from your Andriod and iPhoneApp stores. Follow Saged on Instagram @sagedapp Podcast Production: Written, directed and edited by Krista Xiomara Produced by LightCasting Original Music by Mr. Pixie Follow this podcast on Instagram @ianwpodcast
(keywords) (approx. 24 mins. - this talk is a slightly edited version of the original.) Optimistic perspective, pessimism, negativity, strategic optimist, compulsively positive, clinging, identity, 4 noble truths, upadana, samma sati, abstract realms, disembodied mindfulness, stupid feet, whole body-mind, abstraction, 4 areas of monastic training, indignation, vortex, aversion and hatred, sadness, daily-life and formal training, two eyes, navigating space, internal dialogue, verbiage, still, settle, let go.
Maryann Croce from https://www.smallbizvantage.com/ (SmallBusinessvantge.com). She and her husband Tony also own Croce Transmission in Norwalk, CT. As a business owner, she can chalk up many a mistake that has turned into wisdom. She has been there and done that and shares 5 key principles to help a startup business person get ahead of the game. She is speaking to resilience, commitment, getting help, being curious and giving. Learn why messaging, relationships and financials are vital no matter what stage you are and your business is currently in. Don't believe you need to go it alone. Her biggest mistake as a new business owner was thinking she had to do it all. This is one of the reasons why her signature talk “Gain Control by Letting Go” was created. Maryann is also a member of Women in Auto Care and owns http://smallbizvantage.com/ (smallbizvantage.com). Hear Maryann in her previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=maryann+croce (HERE). Key Talking Points Mental Toughness- being able to be flexible and adaptable when challenges happen. How are you showing up in the different roles/identities in your life? Be the best version in each role (leadership). POP: Positive with a plan, Optimistic- look behind to see clearly in the future, learn from the lessons in the past, Practicality- reality check with resources like time, money, skillset, and people to get through challenges Making decisions more confidently-make better and quicker decisions. Ego- getting flustered or stressed your ego will come out. When ego gets too big there is a downside but ego is also there to protect yourself (defend yourself). Preparing for owner role- what training and knowledge did you acquire previously if any? You are responsible for the people, not the job- default is your comfort zone of fixing it yourself. Being open-minded is knowing you don't have all the answers. Work-life balance as an owner- are you working 7 days a week? Review your day/week and document what you are actually doing. Could someone else be doing your tasks and you could focus on other things on the business. Handling customer complaints/reviews as an owner- opportunity to go back and look at it, separate yourself that customer is talking about business, not yourself. Don't become defensive and have the situation escalated. View the business as a separate entity and look at it from a different perspective. Was there a miscommunication? How was the process handled? Being afraid of change- leaving things to chance, not being in control of visions/goals. Link to Maryann Croce's POP Method https://remarkableresults.biz/download/36720/ (HERE) Link mentioned for AAPEX Award Nominations https://aapexshow.com/serviceawards (HERE). Thanks to Maryann Croce for her contribution to the aftermarket's premier podcast. Link to the ‘BOOKS‘ page, highlighting all books discussed in the podcast library https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (HERE). Leaders are readers. Listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, and many more. https://remarkableresults.biz/listen/ (Mobile Listening APP's HERE) Find every podcast episode https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes/ (HERE). Every episode is segmented by Series https://remarkableresults.biz/series/ (HERE). Key Word Search https://remarkableresults.biz/tag-cloud/ (HERE). Be socially involved and in touch with the show: http://on.fb.me/1OKap9H (Facebook )http://bit.ly/1Qn68fO (Twitter )http://bit.ly/1SVqRvh (Linked In )Email https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Join the Ecosystem – Subscribe to the INSIDER NEWSLETTER HERE.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) This episode is brought to you by AAPEX, the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo. AAPEX represents the $740 billion global automotive aftermarket industry and has everything you...
We've all experienced times when we've been distracted by drama, setbacks, and adversity. It can be difficult to reset, and valuable time is lost to anxiety and stress.In his first solo podcast ("Con-Solo" if you will), Conrad workshops perspective and zeros-in on 5 ways you can bring your mind back to a productive place when faced with unsettling distractions. While we can't control the world around us, we can control our thought process and perspective of it. Achieving this elevated mindset can help improve mental and physical health overall, and can help to recapture wasted time, allowing us to increase productivity, achieve goals, and most importantly be more present!
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, issued a report this week that laid out over nearly 4,000 pages the reality that many are already living: Climate change is here, and much of that change is irreversible — rising temperatures, more and bigger wildfires, extreme droughts and flooding. And to avoid things getting worse, the report says, we’re going to need new technologies that help us capture and remove carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. As part of our series “How We Survive,” we take a look at the role technology can play in a changing climate and how much money is going into it. Marketplace’s Meghan McCarty Carino speaks with Jay Koh, managing director of The Lightsmith Group, which is focused on climate adaptation technology. He says there’s a climate investment boom going on.