The coronavirus pandemic canceled schools around the world. In China, teachers responded with DingTalk, a digital app that enabled class to be held online. Then their students figured out that if DingTalk’s rating fell too low, it might be removed from the App Store. Overnight thousands of one-star reviews dropped DingTalk’s score. Jesus wouldn’t be impressed with the students shirking their responsibilities, but He might admire their ingenuity. He told an unusual story about a fired manager who on his final day slashed the bills of his master’s debtors. Jesus didn’t praise the manager’s dishonesty. Rather He commended his cleverness and wished His followers would be equally shrewd. “I tell you, use worldly wealth to gain friends for yourselves, so that when it is gone, you will be welcomed into eternal dwellings” (Luke 16:9). When it comes to money, most people look at how much they might lose. Wise people look for what they can use. Jesus said giving to others “gain(s) friends,” which provides safety and influence. Who is the leader in any group? The one who pays. Giving also gains “eternal dwellings,” for our willingness to part with our cash shows our trust is in Jesus. Maybe we don’t have money. We do have time, skills, or a listening ear. Let’s cleverly plot ways to serve others for Jesus. What we lose is less than what we’ll win.
Overnight, the CDC approved booster shots for both Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines and gave the green light to mix-and-match — NBC medical contributor, Dr. Natalie Azar, has the latest and is answering your questions. Plus, a consumer confidential, Vicky Nguyen has tips on how to protect your privacy online. Also ahead, in our series #TODAYClimate, Kermit The Frog is telling Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones and Vicky Nguyen about his mission to celebrate and protect the planet.
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There's is no denying it after a second week, Caleb Williams is Oklahoma's quarterback. This OU offense looks completely different under the direction of Williams. Carey and Eddie break it all down in this edition of the Eskridge Lexus Postgame podcast. The defense was rough once again, but the bodies are getting thin and it's starting to take it's toll. Billy Bowman wasn't an instant success at cornerback and what could have been a laugher was too close because of TCU's big plays. Nevertheless, OU has Kansas, Texas Tech and a bye week to get healthy. Also, we can't help but notice that Lincoln Riley and Caleb Williams seem to be connecting on the sidelines as the offense continues to look better and better each week. Also, OU has a lot of good receivers. Good for Jadon Haselwood and we're looking forward to seeing more Mike Woods too. Sooners win it 52-31!
The walk of a lifetime has come to a shuddering halt for trampers stuck in the upper North Island's alert level 3 lockdowns. About 650 people are registered to walk the entire Te Araroa Trail - which runs the length of New Zealand from Cape Reinga to Bluff - this season. The mammoth 3000km route takes between four and five months to complete. Overnight or back country tramping is not permitted under alert level 3, and Te Tai Tokerau, Tāmaki Makaurau and Waikato are set to be there until at least Monday. For the dozens of walkers stuck on the road to nowhere, the only walking they are doing is to the local Covid swabbing station to get a test so they can jet out of lockdown. Jean Bell reports.
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Every marketer or business owner needs an audience, a community that can support the growth of their business. But it's not that easy to do, especially when you're just starting to build a name or a brand. You might end up spending a lot of money on ads and see only minimal results. But there's a better way to get your share of distribution channels that do not involve too much paperwork. In today's episode, Sharran covers three ways to get distribution by buying media assets. Whether you're just starting out or you're ready to take your business to the next level, this episode will definitely help you. Take advantage of the additional resources below: Join Sharran's VIP List: https://sharran.com/dailymojo/ (https://sharran.com/vip) The 4-Week MBA Day 15 (Ninja Negotiations): https://sharran.com/4weekmba/ (https://sharran.com/4weekmba/) How to Buy a Business With Zero Money Down: https://sharran.com/episode66/ (sharran.com/episode66) “Distribution is an insane asset that people never think about." - Sharran Srivatsaa Timestamps: 00:00 How advertising evolves in a rapidly changing world 01:15 Is there a way to buy distribution and actually own it 04:17 Three simple ways to buy media assets 04:40 This is your chance to join Sharran's https://sharran.com/dailymojo/ (VIP email community) 05:23 A friendly request and the power of personal endorsements 08:10 How to buy an email list (opt-ins, list swap, etc.) 10:59 Why buy Facebook Groups 13:36 What buying a personal brand can do for you 14:45 Using the Build or Buy analysis to make a decision 16:04 A lesson from Arsenio Hall on the power of distribution 17:41 Learn Sharran's https://sharran.com/4weekmba/ (Ninja Negotiations) for buying assets 19:31 Before building something new, why not just buy one 21:52 There are three things you need to run a great business according to Dan Kennedy Resources: - https://sharran.com/4weekmba/ (Grab Sharran's 4-Week MBA for Free) - https://sharran.com/vip (Join Sharran's VIP List) - How to Buy a Business With Zero Money Down Connect with Sharran: - https://www.sharran.com/ (Website) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharran/ (LinkedIn) - https://www.facebook.com/likesharran (Facebook) - https://www.instagram.com/sharransrivatsaa/ (Instagram)
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Hi everybody - Welcome to the second edition of the Life School Weekly! This week we are unlocking three guides that we hope will help elevate your quality of living. 🗝 Unlocked this week: 🥡 Sprucing Up Leftovers ⚡️📓 (3 min read; 4 min listen): There’s an old saying, “every food has a purpose and a re-purpose.” Working with leftovers is one of the ultimate ways to lean into this philosophy. Both challenging and rewarding, sprucing up leftovers will stretch your prowess as a scrappy & creative home chef. 🧼 Washing the Dishes 🎬 (2 min read; 3 min listen): With a plan of attack, you can blast through that tower of gunk before you know it. Sparkling sinks make for happy people, so give these tips & tricks a try. 💞 The Etiquette of Dating 📓 (10 min read; 19 min listen): Contrary to popular belief, etiquette in dating is not outdated, nor is chivalry dead. Both, however, have evolved in the modern era. From swiping to snuggling, let these tips & tricks inspire you to elevate your game. 🔒 Premium-Only🧳🏡 The Etiquette of Overnight Hosting & Guesting 📓 (5 min read; 9 min listen): Are you confident in your manners & skillsets as a houseguest or host? This guide is nearly complete and could use a final review. Have feedback? Did we miss something? Please leave a comment. 🙏Have a great weekend! ~ Michelle & the Life School TeamHave an idea for a Life School guide? Weigh in on our content roadmap here.Want to learn more about Life School? Check out the new About Us page. Symbol guide: 🎬 = video | 📓 = reference guide |⚡️ = hack | 🌟 = guest star This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.trylifeschool.com/subscribe
Episode Description: In today's BetterWealth episode, I am joined by Dan Kaminski, head of operations, as we discuss the Overnight Reverse Repurchase Agreement Program which is creating a money market program for Banks. Essentially, this program allows banks to store money when they don't want to accrue loss in the market. In this episode we look at how banks are currently sticking money in this program like never before with a current 1.3 trillion dollars. Join us as Dan and I explore why this might be happening! #BETTERWEALTH For more information on BetterWealth or the content you hear on the Podcast visit us at http://www.betterwealth.com/podcast (www.betterwealth.com/podcast). Episode Links & Resources: Overnight Reverse Repurchase Agreements: Treasury Securities Sold by the Federal Reserve in the Temporary Open Market Operations https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/RRPONTSYD/ (https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/RRPONTSYD/)
For Aucklanders in the midst of about 50 days in lockdown and 44 new Covid-19 infections today, spare a thought for the state of Victoria which is in the thick of a serious outbreak, breaking its own daily record with at least 1800 Covid-19 cases and five deaths overnight. Worldwatch's Perlina Lau has more.
An Auckland vaccination centre will "pull an all-nighter" on Friday, in a bid to reach night-shift workers. The Tamaki Vaccination Centre in Morrin Rd, St Johns, led by Ngati Whatua Orakei, will open at 8am on Friday and continue vaccinating until 6.30am on Saturday, with a DJ on deck, and a BBQ too. The all-night event kicks off 'Super Saturday' - a nationwide push to get people vaccinated. Northern Region Health Coordination Centre clinical director Dr Anthony Jordan spoke to Kim Hill.
When Covid-19 struck, it forced societal changes around the world. Overnight, governments issued orders that limited large gatherings of people, restricted in-person business operations, and encouraged people to work from home as much as possible. The result was that businesses began to look for ways to continue their operations remotely, as consumers fast-forwarded into an almost entirely digital world. So what happened? Consumers shopped more online, and businesses had to adapt. But we are in the new normal, which is blended. So what are consumers looking for? Have we become new brand loyalists, and where are SMB's in the mix. Are they online, and who is helping them? This episode looks at the new “ Digital World on Steroids” and what consumers are doing, and how SMB's and enterprises are reacting.
Is becoming a millionaire really a secret? According to my latest guest, NO! Brian Scudamore is a multiple 7 figure entrepreneur in the home services industry. He's most well-known for his business 1-800-GOT-JUNK, which specializes in junk removal. But his advice for anyone seeking success is simple: Just ask people! Find out who is successful, ask them how they did it, and take a lot of notes. Brain says this is the most straightforward path to achievement. By showing humility first, you can get a lot of people on your side. You can learn from them, and they'll tell you what you need to know! (I'm starting to sense a bit of a theme on this podcast!) But it hasn't always been an easy ride for Brian. In this episode, we talk about the importance of making mistakes and how they're a great learning opportunity. Brain owns up to having made mistakes as a leader. He's built up teams that ultimately failed under his leadership, damaging both his business and his career. But despite this, his brand group, O2E (Ordinary to Exceptional), is an award-winning, globally recognized company! Brian is undoubtedly a gifted entrepreneur. The ability to build up such a well-recognized brand takes true leadership. However, he'll tell you that it's an endless work in progress. He gives the quote, “Overnight success stories take a long time,” and it's very accurate. But all of his success comes down to hard work, perseverance, and outstanding leadership. If you want to learn what it takes to lead people inside a business, this is the episode for you! A big thank you to Brian and thank you all for listening at home - I'll see you in the next one! Create the life you've always wanted!
As community practitioners, we often serve communities that we don't necessarily belong to. But how would you approach designing a community platform, events, and policies for a demographic that you don't belong to? Alexa Wahr, the COO of Revel, a community for women over 40, says that she and her co-founder build by putting their community first. “We absolutely listen to our members. We don't try to pretend like we know what exactly our members are going through or what it's like to be a woman in their life. That doesn't mean that we can't help to build the community and build the tools that help them connect.” In this episode of Community Signal, Alexa shares how the policies that govern the platform, Revel's approach to safety during the pandemic, and Revel's acquisition of The Woolfer, are all grounded in putting their members' needs, safety, and experiences first. Alexa also discusses how Revel, an in-person events-based community, shifted entirely to virtual events in light of the pandemic. Through this model, Revel members have continued to have meaningful interactions, build friendships, and support one another through COVID-19. Alexa and Patrick also discuss: How Revel is encouraging their event hosts to stay safe now that in-person events have resumed Revel's plans to introduce paid events into their community The differences between the Revel and Woolfer communities and how they're balancing the needs for both Our Podcast is Made Possible By… If you enjoy our show, please know that it's only possible with the generous support of our sponsor: Vanilla, a one-stop shop for online community. Big Quotes Building the Revel community with member needs first (5:10): “We don't try to pretend like we know what exactly our members are going through or what it's like to be a woman in their life. That doesn't mean that we can't help to build the community and build the tools that help them connect.” –@alexawahr Virtual events are impactful and here to stay (12:20): “We've seen that over [virtual meetings], you can actually form really deep connections. We now have members who have formed really great friendships across the country. Can't wait to travel to meet one another. … [I'm] happy to say that virtual events are definitely here to stay. We have yet to see what the final balance of in-person versus virtual events will be at scale, but certainly, a large percentage of our events will continue to be virtual.” –@alexawahr Fostering the events that Revel members want (14:50): “If our members start to perceive that going to a Revel event is being pushed products or services in a sneaky way, they simply won't come back. We take it very seriously and really err on the side of our members first and our hosts secondary when it comes to violations like that.” –@alexawahr On the future of Revel (24:40): “[Revel is] a community for women over 40. The community shares that identity and we're about making connections, finding friendships, supporting one another, and really bringing light to women in midlife and all of the amazing things that they're doing. That doesn't mean that women within the community don't have their own interests, feelings, and identities and allowing every woman over 40 to join Revel, but then find her niche, her group within the community, is also something that we think will be a big part of what Revel is and [we're] excited to build that out.” –@alexawahr About Alexa Wahr Alexa Wahr is the co-founder and COO of Revel Gatherings. Previously, Alexa was a senior director in operations at health insurance startup Bright Health. Prior to Bright Health, Alexa worked in strategy and business development for Target and was an healthcare investment banking analyst at Piper Jaffray. Alexa has a BBA from Emory University and a MBA from Harvard Business School. Related Links Sponsor: Vanilla, a one-stop-shop for online community Alexa Wahr on Twitter Revel Gatherings Nina Collins, founder of The Woolfer Nina Collins on Community Signal: Moving a Community for Women Over 40 From Facebook Groups to a Paid Subscription App and Building Inclusive Communities, Workplaces, and an Inclusive Profession Transcript View transcript on our website Your Thoughts If you have any thoughts on this episode that you'd like to share, please leave me a comment, send me an email or a tweet. If you enjoy the show, we would be so grateful if you spread the word and supported Community Signal on Patreon.
Sophie (age 7) and Ellie (age 5) tell the story of Napoleon's disastrous march on Moscow in 1812. ----more---- Napoleon was the Emperor of the French and at the height of his powers. He controlled almost all of Europe. Only Britain, Spain and Portugal defied him. Napoleon was obsessed with Britain. He decided that he could make her poor by stopping other countries from buying things from Britain. He forced everyone in Europe to stop buying from Britain. Except Russia. Russia was a huge and powerful country. Their ruler was called the Tsar. He was not afraid of Napoleon. Napoleon assembled a massive army, half a million strong. It had Frenchmen, Italians, Germans and Poles. He invaded Russia in the summer of 1812. The Russians knew that Napoleon was a brilliant General and his army was bigger than theirs. So they refused to fight. Instead they retreated deeper and deeper into Russia. Napoleon chased them. Many of his men died in the summer heat from marching. When Napoleon was half way to the Russian capital, Moscow, his generals urged him to wait out the winter. However, Napoleon was worried that people would think he was weak because he had not defeated the Russians in battle. He pushed on to Moscow. Outside Moscow he found the Russian army. The Russians had built strong fortifications. They were made of earth and had spikes in front of them. Napoleon's generals suggested he go around the side of the fortifications. However, Napoleon did not want the Russians to run away again. Instead he attacked. The battle raged all day. It was the bloodiest battle in Europe until World War One. Eventually, fierce French attacks forced the Russians from their positions. However, still the Russians did not run away. Overnight the Russians retreated again. Napoleon marched into Moscow. He believed he had won. After all he had captured the Russian capital. Still though the Russians did not surrender. Then the Russians deliberately set fire to Moscow. They burned down their own city. Napoleon was left in a ruined city with no food and no shelter. He had to retreat. As he retreated the first snow fell. The weather got colder and colder. The French had no winter clothes. They began to freeze. Slowly their army disintegrated. Napoleon ordered their wagons burned to help the army march faster. Then Napoleon got to river. There was no bridge. He had burned the bridge building equipment in the wagons. The Russians closed in for the kill. Then one of the French engineers admitted that he had not burned all the equipment. There was enough left to build a bridge. Under heavy Russian attacks the French built a bridge and the army escaped across it. Now Napoleon needed to leave the army to get back to Paris and raise a new army. He asked his bravest general, Marshal Ney, to help get the army home. Marshal Ney commanded the rearguard of the army. He fought like a common soldier and was the last man out of Russia. He was called the Bravest of the Brave. Of the half a million men who invaded Russia, only 10,000 survived. It was a total disaster. Speaking of disasters, sorry this episode was late. When I uploaded it last night the whole episode crashed and wiped. The girls' were very understanding and we did the entire thing again this morning before school! PATRONS' CLUB If you like this episode you might like our Napoleon and Josephine episode. It is exclusive for Patrons and you can join at www.patreon.com/historystorytime
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It has been a while so how about a homestead update and health update. I republished a couple of podcasts. I hope you got a chance to listen for the first time or relisten if you were interested in the topic of cheese. It's going to be close, but I think I can get this podcast published today. Let's hope all goes well and I am able to accomplish it. If it doesn't, I am likely to abandon the effort for another week. My life is topsy-turvy and I only have so much time each day to take care of any given task. When things don't go well, they get pushed to the next day. It's my method of reducing stress. Let's pause a moment. I want to take a minute and say welcome to all the new listeners and welcome back to the veteran homestead-loving regulars who stop by the FarmCast for every episode. Thank you for hanging in there with me. I appreciate you all so much. Let's have a homestead update and then a little info on the status of our health here at Peaceful Heart Farm Our Virginia Homestead Life Updates The cows are coming up first. Cows Last night at about 9:15 we got a call from the neighbors across the street. Two of our cows were in their yard. Who could they be? There were two groups of cows with two animals. I knew it was most likely the two that were scheduled for freezer camp this morning. Sure enough, those two guys were out there wreaking havoc in the neighbor's yard and trying to get into the pasture with their cows. It was a little harrowing to be trying to work with two very large boys in the dark. However, all of our cows are fairly docile. They were upset and confused of course. I believe that I've mentioned before that a cow does not like anything out of the ordinary. They want things to be the same all the time. Routine, routine, routine. So needless to say, everything about this situation was out of the ordinary. Perrin is Secured Nearby, just 20 or 30 feet down the driveway, was a gate to a paddock. Scott opened that gate and Perrin almost immediately went inside. Rocketman was a different story. He went back and forth in front of that gate at least three or four times, never venturing inside. Finally, he started down the driveway and Scott herded him that way and away from the neighbor's cows. I followed with the car. Of course, once we got him down the driveway the next challenge was finding a way to get him into a pasture. Scott chased him up and down one fence a couple of times. I opened up a couple of gates. One was a gate back to where he escaped. The other was into the field with our nursery girls. It was a little risky letting him in there, but we needed some way to get him into some fence somewhere. Once he was back inside our perimeter fence, there were many options as to how to move forward. Rocketman is Secured Rocketman eagerly went through the very wide-open gate into the pasture with the girls. The girls themselves were way out in the field. We needed to get him contained before he joined with them. That would be a disaster if we had to single him out from that crowd in the dark. Scott quickly contained the girls in paddock number one. Perrin was in paddock number two. And Rocketman was in the travel lane that joins with all paddocks. The goal was to isolate both boys in the small holding area just inside the gate I opened for Rocketman. He had already walked most of the way down the travel lane toward the other paddocks. Scott met him coming the other way while herding Perrin down the travel lane toward the holding area. I was over in paddock number four which runs directly alongside the travel lane. I wanted to be close but not in the travel lane. That would have just confused everything and possibly herded them back out into the field in an attempt to get away from me. Chasing Cows Around Paddock Four Now for the next debacle. There are two gates at the bottom of a hollow. One opens into paddock four where I am and one opens or closes the travel lane where Scott and the boys are walking. I'm a little way up the hill in paddock four, just monitoring how they are moving. Everything looks Ok. Scott is coming down the travel lane headed toward the holding area. I just happened to mention that the gate into paddock four is open and they might come in there instead of continuing up the hill into the holding area. And you know what? That is exactly what they did. Now we are reduced to chasing them around paddock four, still trying to get them to go back through the gate and up to the small holding area. All Ends Well At some point I went down and closed the gate to the travel lane. No sense in letting them run back up that way. Now all we needed to do is get them to go through the other open gate out of paddock four and into the holding area. Somewhere along the way in this process, I noticed that part of the problem we were having is that they would go wherever the light was shining. Our headlamps and flashlights were actually confusing them. As Scott brought them back down the hill for the third or fourth time, I had just finished latching that travel lane gate. I shined my flashlight in the exact place I wanted them to go. It worked. Right through the gate they went. The travel lane gate was closed and now the gate into paddock four could be closed. Whew what a trip. It lasted about 45 minutes. Shortly after 10 o'clock we were back inside and grateful for it. The Girls The girls continued to happily exist up in paddock number one until the next morning. After loading the boys into the trailer, he opened the paddock gate allowing the girls access to the pond for water and cooling baths. Last week we had our vet and AI tech out checking to see who is and is not pregnant. There was good news and bad news. Three are pregnant and three are not. We are going to roll with that for the spring. Buttercup The vet gave us health information on the entire herd. Buttercup did not conceive. This is two years in a row. The vet talked to us about her weight. Too much fat is not a good thing, especially in an aging cow. I won't go into the details, but her opinion was that, not only had she not conceived, but it was going to be harder and harder for her to conceive as she ages more. She will need to be replaced. Cloud Cloud was pregnant but miscarried. The vet was not too concerned about this. A late term spontaneous abortion would be a different story. But aborting early in the process is not so uncommon. We decided against trying to start over with any of our girls. Cloud is also marked to be replaced. Not because of her miscarriage, but because she kicks so much that we cannot milk her. Due to her strong angus genetics, she is also not really ideal as a milk cow. She simply does not produce as much milk as the others. Not by a long shot. Claire Claire appears to be pregnant but the vet could not 100% confirm it. She did mark her as pregnant but noted that she could not move the uterus to a position where she could know for sure. However, the fact that she could not move it was a good indication that Claire is pregnant. We shall see. Claire is also marked for replacement as she is getting on in years and is prone to mastitis. Her udder is in bad shape. She produces enough milk for her calf and not much more. Luna Now on to one we will keep for a little while, though we may offer her up to anyone looking for a family cow. Luna is pregnant. She is a heifer which means this will be her first calf. We do not expect her to produce lots and lots and lots of milk. Her mom is Cloud and Luna exhibits a lot of the angus coloring traits. We don't really know how much milk she will produce, but it is likely that it will be substandard for what we are looking for in a milk cow. However, it may be perfect for someone looking for a little milk for their family and a good beef calf every year. We shall see. At this point, her fate is still up in the air. Violet Just a brief note on Violet. She did not make it into the rotation for artificial insemination. And we did not expose her to the bull. She is not pregnant and will remain open for the coming spring birthing season. In June next year, she will make it back into the breeding rotation. Violet has really good Normande breeding genetics. She has the BB kappa casein genetic trait that we want for cheesemaking. I asked about her weight and the vet said that even though her belly is really big and round, she is not overweight near her ovaries and therefore does not have Buttercup's issue with weight. She's a keeper for now. The Jerseys, Butter and Rosie Now on to the Jersey girls. Butter is a champ. She is pregnant and looking good. No issues there. Rosie, on the other hand, is not pregnant. The vet had already warned me that this was the most likely issue with a heifer having a calf when she was so very young. Getting pregnant again might take a little time. Scott and I were just discussing this morning that we might want to have one cow that gives birth in the fall so we have some milk year-round. Right now, we dry them up in November and have no fresh milk products until March or April the following year. Rosie might be an ideal candidate for a fall delivery. We shall see. There are still a couple of months ahead of us before we would need to make that decision. Special Cheeses Any cow that gave birth in the fall would be completely out of the rotation for making cheese. Do we really want to give up that milk? It's still under consideration. It would be nice to have a very small amount of milk to make cream cheese and yogurt throughout the winter. And perhaps a bit of camembert, reblochon or other cheese that we might make in smaller quantities for personal use. Calf Sharing If we decide to do that, we would do what is known as calf sharing. That means the calf stays with mom. Anytime we want to have milk, we simply separate them overnight and milk in the morning. For any of you thinking about having your own milk cow, this offers tremendous freedom. Normally, cows get milked twice a day. But if you are calf sharing, the calf takes care of the milk during the day. Overnight mom makes lots of milk and we get to keep that part. The calf rejoins mom and gets all of the luscious milk throughout the day. As I mentioned earlier, even Luna would produce enough milk to make this work. And if the day comes when you don't want to milk at all on any given day, just leave calf and mom together for the entire day and night. It's a win-win situation. The calf really appreciates the extra juice and the homesteader gets a break from milking every single day, seven days a week. Well, that was a lot of cow updates. On to the sheep. I won't be as long-winded here I promise. Sheep and Mack Mack is doing a good job of protecting the few sheep that we have left in the flock. We had one ewe that had an abscess on her chest. The vet drained it and gave us instructions on how to care for it. She is nearly healed already. Lambert, the ram had deeper issues. We don't really know the cause but he had some pretty severe hoof issues. The vet seemed to think it was perhaps related to running around trying to get away from predators that precipitated this issue. His feet were really sore. She tried trimming his hooves but there wasn't really much there. We treated all of the sheep for hoof scald and hoof rot. This is a problem that we are aware of but have never encountered. It usually happens when their hooves are not in top shape and they are exposed to a lot of water. And it appears, that lots of stress on the hooves can caused problems. Worms Again? In addition to the hoof problem, Lambert also had an enormous worm load. He had lost lots and lots of weight. He is still actually quite weak. The worms suck the blood out via the stomach. The animal becomes very anemic. It does take some time to heal. Hopefully, Lambert will turn the corner soon and regain his weight and strength. He was pretty far gone and his health is still up in the air. The remaining two seems to be in relatively good shape. We wormed all of them just to be sure. Lambert's worm overload was also likely precipitated by the enormous amount of stress they all endured during the predator attacks. Stress can weaken their systems enough to give the worms the window of opportunity they need to begin to multiplying uncontrollably. It has been a good long time since we had any issues with worms and we may have been a little lax. Going forward we will be keeping a closer eye on these guys. Hopefully, they will all stay relaxed and continue to live peacefully on the homestead. We are also still looking to add a few more ewes to the flock soon. Rebuilding will take some time and we want to get started on that process. Two more dogs are lined up to help us out as we rebuild from the disastrous spring and summer. More on that later. Personal Health Update Before closing today I'll give a brief health update for both Scott and myself. Scott is doing very well with treatment. He is two and a half weeks into seven weeks of radiation treatment. No chemo, thank the Lord. He drives an hour each way to receive the treatment, Monday through Friday. I will be accompanying him in the coming days. He is managing the treatment very well. A sore throat makes it more and more difficult to eat. There are lots of treatments to help with that as well. Taking daily naps is a way of life for him. Sometimes for a couple of hours, but yesterday for only a half hour. We are still fairly early on in the treatment so we will see how he progresses. Treatment Side Effects At this point in the treatment, the worst side effects start to manifest. I already mentioned the difficulty in getting food down due to the pain in his throat. Add to this that his taste will change. Doctors have let him know that everything will begin to taste horrible. Their experience has shown that the taste issue will continue for a month or two or even more past the time when the treatments are complete. As you can imagine, this adds insult to injury. He already has trouble swallowing. How much worse will it be when he has to force himself to even put anything into his mouth? Scott is a trooper. He is a stoic individual. I fully expect he will plow through this just like he does any other issue that presents itself to his world. I am here to support him in any way that I can. My Health My state of health is stable. That is the best way I can describe it. The time prior to the treatment starting was more stressful. I can say that at this point. Who knows what the future will hold? I could be off-the-scale stressed next week. The uncertainty of what the future would hold, one appointment after another in preparation for treatment and my own insecurity about whether I was mentally and emotionally up to the task of caring for Scott was wreaking havoc on my normal schedule and making me a little cray-cray. Now that we are settled into a routine, I am handling it much better. I feel much more relaxed and confident in my ability to respond to Scott's needs as they arise. We are blessed to have all of you praying for us. Thank you so much. Please continue to pray for us and we will pray for you. Final Thoughts That's it for today's podcast. I know the cow updates were long and perhaps too detailed. I didn't even get to the quail. Well, too late now. I need to get this podcast published and then on to the evening chores. It's time to wake Scott up from his nap so he can start on his evening routine. The regularity of routine is a life saver when your life is topsy-turvy. Again, thank you so much for your prayers. And I will add the shameless plugs because we need your support. If you enjoyed this podcast, please go to Apple Podcasts or Google Play whatever podcasting service you use, SUBSCRIBE and give me a 5-star rating and review. If you like this content and want to help out the show, the absolute best way you can do that is to share it with any friends or family who might be interested in this type of content. Let them know about the Peaceful Heart Farmcast. Thank you so much for stopping by the homestead and until next time, may God fill your life with grace and peace. 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The Misfits take to the skies to pound the enemy into submission with a series of dangerous, overnight bombing runs. Will exhaustion and strain take their toll? And what will become of this brave band of Night Witches if they survive the night?
Synopsis Yes, Juliet, a rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but a catchy title alone can't help a piece of music that's uninspired or just plain boring. An intriguing title, however can sometimes help put audiences into a more receptive frame of mind – or at least pique their curiosity. From the very beginning of his career in the 1980s, the young American composer Michael Torke had the knack of coming up with quite evocative titles. His early works had titles like “Ecstatic Orange” and “Bright Blue Music.” A piece composed for the 1994 Olympic Games in Atlanta was titled “Javelin,” and this music, an orchestral suite that premiered in Amsterdam on today's date in 1997, was titled “Overnight Mail.” And each of the three movements of his orchestral suite had an ADDITIONAL title, as Torke explains: “The titles of the suite's three movements, Priority, Standard, and Saturday Delivery present the options for expediency when sending things, but musically, they represent different reactions to an abstract compositional problem I set up for myself … For me this was important, because I want to write music that follows all the old rules of voice leading and counterpoint, but sounds fresh.” Music Played in Today's Program Michael Torke (b. 1961) — Overnight Mail (Orkest de Volharding; Jurjen Hempel, cond.) Argo 455 684 On This Day Births 1673 - French flutist and composer Jacques-Martin Hottetere, in Paris; Deaths 1977 - Russian composer Alexander Tcherepnin, age 78, in Paris; Premieres 1918 - Holst: "The Planets," at Queen's Hall, London; 1921 - Sigmund Romberg: operetta "Blossom Time," in New York City; 1949 - Bliss: opera "The Olympians," in London; 1968 - Henze: Piano Concerto No. 2, in Bielefeld, Germany; 1969 - Shostakovich: Symphony No. 14 (to poems of Lorca, Apollinaire, Küchelbecker, and Rilke), in Leningrad, by the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Rudolf Barshai conducting, with vocal soloists Galina Vishnevskaya and Yevgeny Vladimirov; 1983 - Lutoslawski: Symphony No. 3, in Chicago; 1997 - Michael Torke: "Overnight Mail" for chamber ensemble, in Carre, Amsterdam, by the Orkest de Volharding, Jurjen Hempel conducting; 2000 - Tan Dun: "Crouching Tiger Concerto," at the Barbican Festival in London, by the London Sinfonietta; Others 1739 - Handel completes in London his Concerto Grosso in G, Op. 6, no. 1 (Gregorian date: Oct. 10); 1789 - Mozart completes in Vienna his Quintet in A for clarinet and strings, K. 581, written for clarinetist Anton Stadler, who gave the first public performance of the new work in December of that year. Links and Resources On Torke
Start your week off with Episode 416 of the Market Insights Podcast! Josh Appelbaum recaps NFL Week 3 betting and previews sharp action for tonight's Monday Night Football game Eagles-Cowboys. Plus a look at today's MLB action and early NFL Week 4 overnight line moves Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Season 2 of Pod Theory is dedicated to debunking some of the common myths and misconceptions floating around the podcast ecosystem. And to do this debunking in grand fashion, I am welcoming the show's first-ever Featured Co-Host for the entire season - Travis Brown, podcaster extraordinaire and Founder of PodDecks.In this season premiere, we tackle a very common misconception heard in podcast circles all the time: that having a podcast will make you rich overnight.This myth exists because there was most likely some "guru" who said it's attainable. SPOILER ALERT: It's not. Building a quality, valuable podcast takes time, effort, energy, and a dedication to getting better at your craft each and every episode. An unwillingness to commit to a long-term strategy and constantly looking for shortcuts will lead to no real gains and no real benefit for you, your brand, or your audience.If you're looking for some sort of get-rich-quick opportunity, podcasting isn't it. Smash that play button to learn more.Build Your Brand Through the Power of Podcasting!Click Here to Learn About My Comprehensive Podcast Guest Communications ServiceIs Your Podcast Guest Presentation 5-Star Worthy?Pick up my free guide 'How to Build a 5-Star Podcast Guest Presentation'Connect with Jason CerconeWebsite | YouTube | InstagramBuzzsprout: Podcasting's #1 Hosting SiteClick Here to Sign Up For Buzzsprout and Receive a $20 Amazon Gift Card!MUSIC CREDIT: Theme music for Pod Theory - Big Vision - via purple-planet.com
DB-Sep24,2021: China says goodbye to cryptocurrencies as the PBOC officially declares that all crypto transactions are now illegal. The crackdown comes as China plans to unveil its official digital Yuan early next year. Overnight crypto market action brings Real Vision CEO and co-founder Raoul Pal to the scene to discuss where China fits into the ever-evolving cryptocurrency regulatory narrative and what it portends for the future of the space. Interviewed by Ash Bennington. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3AELHqV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The important piece to focus on during your path to success is the lessons that are taught to you along the way. If you aren't looking for those lessons and learning from what they are there to teach you, you'll be doomed to make the same mistakes and remain in a place of stagnation instead of growth.
In this episode I do a follow up on a VERY popular niche that's been a best seller for over a week And I share the current best-selling t-shirt (from a familiar niche) that became an overnight success, but didn't find it's way into the Top 5 print on demand niches of the week ▬▬▬▬
#132 - INTERVIEW with Zack Oates, Founder & CEO of Ovation ***** This week's episode is brought to you by: VIRTUAL RESTAURANT GROUP They offer innovative, turnkey delivery-only brands that you're able to easily operate out of your existing restaurant with very little disruption to your current operation. Onboarding is super easy, with recipe guides, and step-by-step training for you and your staff. Visit the link below and use the promo code CHIP2021 to get started. That link is in the show notes VISIT: https://www.virtualrestaurantgroup.com/chip ***** This week's episode is brought to you by: POPMENU If you’re a restaurant owner you need a great website that not only looks beautiful, but helps drive more traffic and sales. Use POPMENU to take your business to the next level. Best of all, listeners of this show can lock in one, set monthly rate… and get $100 off their first month. VISIT: https://popmenu.com/restaurantstrategy ***** Do you know what your customers think of you? I mean, truly... what do they say behind your back? If you do third-party delivery, how do you handle quality control? Yes, everything looks good when it goes out the door, but what happens during the 20 minutes it takes to get to the customer? Zack Oates has founded a company to solve just such a problem. He's passionate, driven, and best of all... hospitality-minded. He's created a product that actually helps operators create a better experience AND drive more revenue. Listen in on this week's episode! ***** Click the link below to download my FREE e-book, "How to Increase Revenue by 10% Overnight: https://www.restaurantstrategypodcast.com/revenue
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Nomads spend time in cities. How do they choose an overnight spot. Lee and Paul discuss Urban Nestling. They offer suggestions for picking the best places for safety and comfort. Don't miss this informative, fun discussion. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thisnomadlife/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thisnomadlife/support
On this episode I got a chance to chat with gym owner and pro strongman who has recently started dabbling in body building! Great episode!If you want to support the show check out the patreon:http://www.patreon.com/triggerwarningconjugate
The Pinball Show Episode 74: Godzilla Revealed, Production Timelines, & Changes In Pinball Pricing Hosts: Dennis Kriesel & Zach Meny - Stern Pinball Reveals Godzilla Pinball - Godzilla Production Timeline & Pricing Changes - Which Godzilla Model Reigns Supreme? - Diving Into Godzilla's Features - A Star Is Born...The NordMan Returns! - Stern Increases Pricing - Gary Stern Talks About Insider Connected - Stern Increases The Value Of Your Pinball Collection, Overnight! - The Upcoming John Borg Game - Joe Kaminkow Bringing Some Kapow To His Competitors - Cary Hardy Deeprooting The Hell Out Of deeproot - TWIP Closes It Doors, Then Opens Them Back Up - Inside Media w/ Zach - Pinball Market Trends email: email@example.com website: thepinball.network facebook: facebook.com/thepinballnetwork twitch: twitch.tv/pinballnetwork youtube: youtube.com/thepinballnetwork instagram: @thepinballnetwork twitter: @therealTPN review: thisweekinpinball.com/the-pinball-show/
The overnight success you're comparing yourself to has likely been in the game grinding for years. Top Canadian designer and host of Netflix's Restaurants on the Edge, Karin Bohn, knows this well. In this episode, we talk about the struggles and truths of female entrepreneurship and I get Karin to spill the beans on the top design trends for 2021. ABOUT KARIN Karin Bohn is the founder and creative director of the award-winning House of Bohn design studio. She established the interior design firm in 2009 and since has made her mark in many industries including luxury residential, multi-family, restaurants, and retail. Dedicated to advancing her craft, Karin believes in invoking the unique soul of every project. Each space is designed with intention and her distinct aesthetic that is eclectic, bold, visually exciting and timeless, has become the trademark stamp behind House of Bohn's work. Her work has garnered awards, media coverage, and global recognition, enabling her to expand her talented team, service local and international clients. Karin stars on Netflix's Restaurants on the Edge which features her global hospitality work, as she travels with a team of experts to provide design, marketing, and culinary consultation to establishments in need of assistance in some of the most beautiful locations around the world. With her continuously growing YouTube channel, Karin offers behind-the-scenes glimpses of her creative process, collaborative partnerships, and life as an entrepreneur, exemplifying the kind of camaraderie, transparency, and connection with her community that she holds dear. CONNECT WITH US www.instagram.com/allypintucci www.instagram.com/unfilteredwithally www.instagram.com/karinbohn www.facebook.com/groups/huhneycheck
Lynette Lamb's husband was only 45 when he had a stroke that left him unable to speak fluently, use his left arm or work again. Overnight, the Minneapolis writer went from an equal partner in her marriage to a caregiver and the primary parent to the couple's two young daughters. Taking care of a partner after a serious health crisis profoundly changes a relationship. There is before and there is after. The caregiver often loses the companionship they took for granted and acquires a host of new and sometimes crushingly lonely responsibilities. Lamb writes about the 15 years of marriage following her husband's stroke in her memoir “Strokeland: My Husband's Midlife Brainstorm and its Ambivalent Aftermath.” MPR News host Angela Davis talks with Lamb and a caregiver coach about the challenges of becoming a caregiver to a partner.
Overnight success... Is it even a thing?
Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions: Tahlia: Hi Dr. Cabral, Thank you so much for providing such a truly life changing resource! I'm hoping you can help point me in the right direction, I looked through previous podcasts and I don't believe you've ever spoken about idiopathic hypersomnia before. I had to laugh when I asked my sleep specialist who'd just diagnosed me with it what it meant and he said 'excessive daytime sleepiness with no known cause'. He was sure the other specialists I had been referred to would find an underlying chronic condition that would explain this and my other chronic fatigue symptoms but nobody did. Over the years I've managed to improve my symptoms and come off all medications (including modafinil which was specifically prescribed for the hypersomnia, to keep me alert during the day) and I've come a long way but I haven't seen any further improvement for quite some time. I'll never stop learning and growing but my symptoms currently have far too big an impact on how I spend my time and I was wondering if you might have come across this disorder before or have any information to share about it? A huge thank you in advance for taking time out of your life to answer this and all the other questions you get asked! Anonymous: Hello Dr. Cabral! Thank you for answering our questions in your HouseCalls every weekend and for providing the IHP health coaching courses! You have positively changed my life. What causes a person to smell like mothballs? I encountered a man at the grocery store who overwhelmingly smelled like mothballs. I could smell him from 15 feet away. I also noticed one of my older relatives smelled like mothballs when they talked to me at the end of the evening after they had been quietly watching tv and not talking or opening their mouth for an hour.nnI think both people had mothball breath. Is there also mothball body odor and does it have a different cause? Thank you! Anonymous Eve: Hello I had COVID in February 2021, I had it very very bad after 4 days I lost my sense of smell and taste. Very strange experience. I counted and on my 29th day I started to smell little and taste little but would still be off every other day. Now we are in July 2021 and since July 12th Everything I mean everything I smell is either gasoline, nail polish remover or bleach like. When I step outside to take a breath of fresh air in its like nail polish remover, fresh grass being cut outside is a potent polish remover smell. I can not eat garlic, onions or ginger without vomiting because it tastes like bleach. Cucumbers, spinach, green beans, I can write a list of almost all the veggies and fruits that taste and smell like bleach for me. Toothpaste I have switched to 4 different kinds and it's the worst of it all, makes me nauseous of it all. Even water, I can smell my water now when I shower or wash dishes. I feel like I'm washing my dishes with gasoline like toxic smell water. What do you recommend or believe would help? It's hard to find with to eat and keep my health and nutrition up. I'm 32, female healthy. Thank you Angela: Dear Dr. Cabral, You mention the importance of eating/sleeping with the sun to help with digestion and sleep. However, what do people in Alaska do when the have endless daylight or minimal daylight periods? What about people who work graveyard shifts? Another example of altered schedule is in Europe they tend to eat dinner and sleep much later than Americans. I know many European countries take an afternoon siesta, could that be their secret? They seem much healthier than Americans in general. Mahalo, Angela Evan: How long does H pylori normally take to get rid of when treating naturally? Is it ok to have some gluten and alcohol during treatment? Also do you typically look for h pylori numbers to be low or be zero? Gabriel: Hi Dr. Cabral, I was enjoying your podcast with Organic Olivia when a comment about circulation sparked this question. I am a 25 year old woman who eats clean and exercises a few times a week (though it could be more consistent). In the past few years I've noticed issues with my circulation. For example, lifting an arm away from my body for more than 10 seconds is uncomfortable and if I sit in a certain position for a while my leg will start to tingle. Whenever I get my blood pressure tested the dr comments that it is low but 'healthy' (100/62, 99/61, 90/50 etc.). I have brain fog daily and was diagnosed with ADD a few years back but have had attention issues since I was a child. I do not take ADD medication as the side effects aren't worth it for me. Your comment about bad circulation prohibiting blood from reaching the brain struck me as I have family history of dementia. What can I do to improve my circulation to make my limbs for comfortable and hopefully improve brain function? I appreciate your help and love the podcast! 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The Stew Peters Show has learned that Bill Stepien has been selling the endorsement of President Donald Trump, presumably without the knowledge of Trump. Lauren Witzke joins Stew to discuss. General Michael Flynn was targeted by the deep state, has risen as a leader during the information war, is fighting for election integrity and pushing for local involvement. General Flynn addresses his political aspirations, Afghanistan and President Trump's "vaccine" rhetoric in a 1-on-1 interview with Stew. The CDC tried to pull a fast one. Go figure. The federal agency has changed the definition of the word "vaccine", literally overnight, as the massive deception continues in an effort to vaccinate EVERYTHING!
0:00 -- HCL Review and commentary w Nick Vertucci 7:00 -- More WSOP news now no mask mandate11:35 -- Final explanation as to why all parties have to agree to run it more than once in all pots that they are involved with or else it "steals" someone's equity. 3 way all-in. Short stack has $400, Hero and Player B are $2000 effective. Players get it all-in on the flop. Main pot is $1200, side pot is $3200. Short stack has top set, Hero has middle set but his quad out is exposed so he's drawing dead. Player B has a draw. Scenario 1 -- Short stack wins first run Player A and B lose $400 each in main pot Scenario 2-- Player B wins first run, short stack is dead. Player B wins 50% of $1200 pot or $600 for a net win on ONLY $200. Conclusion: Hero has the opportunity to win half the pot if he loses and player B wins first run, but Player B does not have the opportunity to win half the main if the short stack wins run 1.21:38 -- 2 Hands from Hustler
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Today on Lyme Voice I am joined by Scott Forsgren. In 1997 Scott was in his twenties and became violently ill. It was the scariest thing he had ever experienced. Overnight, his body was ravaged by an unknown illness. He had difficulty walking, balance problems, blurred vision, low-grade fevers, rapid heart rate, burning sensations in his arms and legs, severe joint pain, nausea, digestive disturbances (we'll leave it at that), brain fog, muscle spasms, numbness, tingling, skin-hypersensitivity, motor-like tapping sensations in my hands and feet, and never-ending fatigue. Doctors and health-care professionals were baffled. They suggested that he had Epstein-Barr virus, Mononucleosis, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, severe allergies, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and of course, even that it was all "in my head". He cannot count the number of times he was referred to a psychiatrist. Though he will readily admit to the reality that he probably did not need one, as it had nothing to do with his physical health. After 27 doctors and nine months of feeling as though he had the flu everyday, he was diagnosed with multiple parasitic infections including Blastocystis Hominis, Giardia Lamblia, Cryptosporidium, Entamoeba Hystolytica, and others. He was also diagnosed with severe Candida resulting from antibiotic overuse from several previous doctors. Additionally, he had Leaky Gut Syndrome and severe food allergies. He tried so many different things to get well. He received mega-doses of vitamins through IV, administered coffee enemas. He was "smudged" by mystic healers. Gave up wheat and fruit products for years. He gave himself regular injections of vitamins to help with the malabsorption resulting from the infections. He even went to one doctor that claimed that he was ill due to a virus found in Crystal Geyser bottled water (which of course never existed). He took EPD (Enzyme-Potentiated Desensitization) shots every two months to help desensitize and heal his immune system. The EPD treatments required three days of staying at home eating nothing but potatoes and water. I share all of this because this is not unique to a lyme disease patient. It takes many doctor and multiple "guesses" to get the actual diagnosis.Listen in and learn more today from Scott!Sponsors:Envita Medical Center: Envita Medical Center: A Center of Excellence for Personalized Oncology and Lyme Disease Treatment located in Scottsdale, AZ. What defines Envita is the undeniable truth that every patient who has the courage to come to Envita and walk through our doors, discovers the incredible healing and compassionate care that can only exist in a clinic that is radically focused on patient outcomes;... they provide a focused team of people with an exceptional heart for serving our patients. At Envita they have discovered a revolutionary solution for patients to help improve their quality of life. Call to speak with one of their patient care coordinators today. (Ep. #80 for more info)Link:Envita Medical CenterMedical Bill Gurus The experts at Medical Bill Gurus are dedicated to innovative solutions for any medical billing scenario. Their patient advocates are available to help reduce medical bills and assist patients with navigating a dynamic health landscape. They take pride in speaking with patients every day and helping them find guidance on how to navigate our broken healthcare system. (Ep.#111 for more info)Link:Medical Bill Gurus | Redefining The Role Of Medical Billing To Move Healthcare Forward Lyme Laser Center Finally, a proven and comprehensive Lyme protocol with no antibiotics, no potentially harmful therapies, and no outrageous prices or hidden ongoing costs. Lyme Laser Centers uses their unique, technologically advanced laser systems and their numerous other supportive technologies to help you gain control of your Lyme disease and overcome the often debilitating effects that it has on your body and your life. With a completely free in-house consultation with a Lyme Laser Specialist, it's easy to learn more about the Lyme Laser Protocol™ and how it can help you overcome your Lyme. Start healing your body, naturally.Link: www.LymeLaser.com/HomeProtocol/Urbane Medical A boutique ketamine infusion center located in Scottsdale, AZ. Who specializes in a "hospitable" environment rather than a hospital environment. Ketamine can promote a sense of wellbeing, decreases brain fog, and reduce chronic nerve pain.Link:Home Connect with Lyme Voice:Link:Lyme VoiceInstagram: @LymeVoiceSarah Schlichte Sanchez: Sanchezsmile@gmail.com
First Draft Episode #321: Stephanie Perkins Stephanie Perkins, New York Times bestselling author of Anna and the French Kiss and the horror novel There's Someone Inside Your House (watch the Netflix film adaptation Oct. 6!) talks about her newest scary book, The Woods Are Always Watching. This episode is brought to you by Laura Sibson's Edie in Between, a modern-day Practical Magic about love, loss, and embracing the mystical, available now! Links to Topics Mentioned In This Episode: Hear the live episode where Stephanie and Sarah Enni talk about Sarah's debut, Tell Me Everything, at Malaprops Bookstore in Asheville, N. C. Hear Sara Zarr and Sarah Enni discuss the job of podcasting Acuity Scheduling is the software that I am using to schedule interviews Kerry Winfrey, author of romantic comedies Waiting For Tom Hanks, Not Like the Movies, and her newest, Very Sincerely Yours. She is also the author of YA novels Love and Other Alien Experiences and Things Jolie Needs to Do Before She Bites It. Hear our conversation here. Jane Friedman, publishing expert and author educator, wrote The Business of Being a Writer and the Hot Sheet newsletter (a must for all writers IMHO!) Charles Dickens, author of A Tale of Two Cities, A Christmas Carol, Great Expectations, and more Jane Austen, author of Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma and more NaNoWriMo, a.k.a. National Novel Writing Month (read Steph's 2015 Pep Talk for NaNoWriMo here!) Kate Testerman, agent and founder of kt literary Julia Straus-Gabel, President and Publisher, Dutton Children's Books, Penguin Random Houes, profiled in “Her Stinging Critiques Propel Young Adult Bestsellers,” in The New York Times and “Meet the Editor: Julie Strauss-Gabel,” in Publisher's Weekly John Green, #1 New York Times bestselling author of many young adult novels, including The Fault in Our Stars and Printz-winning Looking For Alaska, joins to discuss his new essay collection, The Anthropocene Reviewed. He is also one half of the vlogbrothers on YouTube and co-creator of educational series Crash Course. Hear his First Draft interview here. Gayle Forman, author of If I Stay, Where She Went, and many more Booklist online magazine Around the Writer's Block: Using Brain Science to Solve Writer's Resistance by Roseanne Bane Kiersten White, New York Times bestselling, Bram Stoker Award-winning, and critically acclaimed author of many books, including the And I Darken trilogy, the Slayer series, the Camelot Rising trilogy, and her upcoming adult debut, Hide. Fear Street, a series by R. L. Stine Scream (movie) I Know What You Did Last Summer (movie) My Favorite Murder (podcast) Henry Gayden, screenwriter who wrote Shazam and the adaptation of There's Someone Inside Your House Creep (movies) The Overnight (movie)