England bowlers Mark Wood and Tymal Mills introduce a new podcast that will take you behind the scenes of England's T20 World Cup campaign in the Middle East. In a preview episode, they talk about how Tymal is finding life back in the England camp after four years, the details of ‘scenario-based training', and why Tymal's been doing the Hokey Cokey.
Welcome to Episode 149 of the Worship Leader Probs Podcast! There's so much to look forward to in this episode as Brian and Jen share a tremendous conversation with Nathan Del Turco, a great worship leader, author, creative leader, and songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. This conversation is sure to inspire and encourage you in your own faith and ministry - so buckle up and get ready to dive in and hear Nathan's story! And don't forget - There's also an unbelievably hilarious round of prayer concerns to look forward to as well! Check it out - and like, comment, subscribe, and share with a friend! Learn more and stay connected with >>> Worship Leader Probs (instagram.com/worshipleaderprobs) // Brian Tabor (instagram.com/briantabor) // Jen Smale (instagram.com/jensmale) // Nathan Del Turco (instagram.com/nathandelturco) Special thank you to our friends at Maven Media Productions for editing the podcast [Follow @mavenmediaproductions and visit www.mavenmediaproductions.com], and our great friend Scott Hoke for the voiceover intro [Visit www.scotthokevoice.com].
This weeks episode is proudly sponsored by the 2XU Wellness Run - This December 5th 2021, let's run 5, 10, or 21.1km and raise funds for Beyond Blue, you can enter online via https://wellnessrun.com.au/#event-details Zacca and Matt catch up about how their Melbourne Marathon prep is going. Coming off a down week, Matt ups the mileage above 160km. He discusses his longer fartlek session, 12 x 2min on / 1min off, works on some speed with some 30sec surges and hits his first marathon specific session in a long run. They also discuss the idea behind fasted long runs and the adaptations that brings. Zacca chats about his reduced volume of session week, hitting some quality and running a session PB in the MD fartlek. On a rough weather day nails his bread and butter long progression run, then raises the long run to 2.30hrs to close out the week with a 144km. Zacca and Matt discuss the results over the weekend from some of the Run2PB Team, with some big runs over in the Perth Marathon Festival, as well as the Mclaren Vale Half Marathon. Always a great pub debate question comes in around whether there is a rule of thumb for determining easy/recovery run paces. Zacca and Matt discuss their own thoughts and how they gauge their easy effort. They also chat about the various purposes of the easy run. Show Links: https://wellnessrun.com.au/#event-details Partners: Pillar Performance use code RUN2PB for 15% off all sports micro nutrition products. Visit: https://pillarperformance.com.au/ Yarraville Running Company, shop online @ https://www.therunningcompany.com.au/yarraville/ https://www.instagram.com/therunningcompany_yarraville/?hl=en Medal Displays helps you organise and celebrate your achievements with a range of display items made for runners! www.medaldisplays.com.au Premium, Fast and Sustainable Running Socks www.oatrunning.com Run2PB Links: Socials Run2PB YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJxkh-FgU2Wsork-18PfSUA Find us here at: https://www.run2pb.co/better-with-running-podcast Review on us: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/better-with-running/id1506419354
Carson Wentz has put together the best three-game stretch of his career, and Jonathan Taylor is on a historic pace himself. News is not good about Parris Campbell, but it will open opportunities for others. Purdue and Indiana among seven college basketball teams ranked in the top 27. Jaren Jackson getting enough cash to buy Memphis, not just play there. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Ricky and Bubbles cook up a meaty pizza and a side of 'Ramone' noodles - and oh my f**k, is she ever hot! Pace yourself boys, or you'll get balogny-logged! Also: Halloween jack-o-nips, Roman drive-thrus, and Ricky's mouthwash cocktail!
Chaitra Vedullapalli talks about how she was designated to be a housewife, but destined for greatness as one of the very few women in tech who are taking action to generate $1billion in net new global economic access for female entrepreneurs. She does this through her organization, Women In Cloud, and this is just the beginning. Using the power of AI, Cloud, and IoT, Chaitra Vedullapalli is fiercely committed to empowering business owners to access the digital economy through cloud technology. She is an author, speaker, change leader who has technology patents and is a TEDx and United Nation speaker. Chaitra also sits on multiple private and non-profit boards, including the Microsoft Alumni Network and PACE. Chaitra is recognized as an Influential Business Leader with a passion to enable digital equity and access to achieve economic prosperity in our communities. She is the co-founder and CMO of Meylah, focused on helping customers to modernize their business with cloud solutions. Chaitra is also the Co-Founder & President of Women in Cloud, who drives global conversations with the United Nations and top corporations like Microsoft, IBM, Accenture throughout the U.S. Chaitra recently led the charge to build a 100M Global Partnership Network for Women in Cloud with UN Women, Sheroes, EQUALS Global, Microsoft Alumni Network, WIT Network, and 18 other global organizations. This partnership allows all the parties involved to access various resources, some unique to a particular organization, and build a strong dynamic global community of women. Timestamps: [1:41] How Chaitra got her start [4:15] The billion-dollar vision [5:39] 2018 and the birth of an idea [6:47] Three years later, and how Women in Cloud is going [7:29] Chaitra's grandmother, and the importance of economic access [10:54] COVID in India [13:25] The significance of setting up a framework for future success [14:11] Who inspires Chaitra [15:53] Chaitra's daily practice [17:44] The true value of technology [18:42] The value of a vision map in technology [19:54] Tips for working with a team [20:33] Value of investing in self-growth [21:10] Women In Cloud's four signature events [22:13] UN General Assembly event [24:12] How to take steps in the right direction [28:11] The value of having fun Useful links: Women In Cloud https://www.womenincloud.com Meylah https://meylah.com Chaitra Vedullapalli's personal website https://chaitravedullapalli.com/ Connect with Chaitra Vedullapalli on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/chaitrav/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Genius https://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/
Today we bring to you the wild story of Skate boarder Liam Pace. This year Liam made his X Games debut and won the gold in Men's Skateboard Park. A Tucson Naitive, Liam is only 21 years old and quickly making a name for himself. He is crazy versatile and brings old bring a fresh perspective and a unique bag of tricks to every session, whether it's street, park, bowl, or even mega ramp! Liam thank you for joining us. He has overcome a lot already in his young life and is definetly not your average human. Connect with Liam on IG @liampace_Let's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast @iamachampionpodcastIGhttps://instagram.com/iamachampionpodcast?utm_medium=copy_linkTikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd4o13PS/Follow our personal instagram firstname.lastname@example.org://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_link@ro_glowhttps://www.instagram.com/ro_glow/?hl=enCheck out our youtube channel for videos and highlights from the episodes @iamachampionhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCdQxNDW9CIoosIlmes562jAShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this outhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-a-champion/id1574745683Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on instagram!
What is the Pace of God's Grace? Do you feel overwhelmed with different areas of your life? Maybe it's with your finances, health, marriage, children, career or ministry? Whatever it may be, if you don't feel peace, you're out of the covering of God's grace! Listen to this message as Pastor Vlad shares a word that is sure to encourage you no matter what season of life you're in! Learn about the Pace of God's Grace now. Notes: Genesis 33:13,14 1. We Are Either Led or We Are Driven. You can either will be led or be driven. You are either a disciple or a driver. A.) The difference between driving and leading: Driving implies a controlling force pushing a passive object. Job 18:18 Numbers 32:21 Isaiah 8:22 Leading implies a participation on the part of the disciple. Exodus 13:21 Psalm 25:5 Revelation 7:17 If you are not led by the Holy Spirit, you will be driven by the flesh! B.) The dangers of driving: 1. Driving is done by men, leading is done by the Holy Spirit. 2. Driving is done by force, leading requires you to follow. 3. Driving is hard, leading is easier. 4. Driving is trying to do everything fast, leading is about the pace of grace. 5. Driving leads to death, leading leads to life. 2. The Grace of God Should Determine the Pace of Life. A.) Grace leads you to stride, not strive (stress). Psalm 37:23-24 B.) Grace doesn't go faster than the pace of peace. Colossians 3:15 When you lose the peace, you have lost the grace! Stress is the ticket your body gives you for speeding.
David Tuller returns to TWiV to revisit his work to expose the methodological and ethical problems with the PACE trial, and the post-acute sequelae to SARS-CoV-2 infection, also known as long COVID. Host: Vincent Racaniello Guest: David Tuller Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Call me David Tuller (TWiV Special) David writes at virology blog Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to email@example.com
The boys talk ALCS between the Red Sox and Astros. How does this series compare to 2018. Patriots vs. Dallas. How do the Patriots pull off the upset? Some Bruins talk and our Simplest Mind of the week. Plus Marcus Smart makes the news.
Inizieremo la prima parte del nostro programma con la richiesta, fatta lunedì da 10 paesi dell'UE alla Commissione europea, di etichettare l'energia nucleare come fonte verde. In seguito, commenteremo l'assegnazione del Premio Nobel per la Pace 2021 a due giornalisti investigativi indipendenti. Poi, discuteremo di uno studio, pubblicato sul numero di ottobre di Lancet Planetary Health, in cui si dice che il consumo quotidiano di carne nel Regno Unito è diminuito del 17% nell'ultimo decennio. Infine, discuteremo anche della cerimonia di premiazione dei 50 migliori ristoranti del mondo, tenutasi ad Anversa, in Belgio. Questa settimana, vi racconteremo delle polemiche per l'affissione di una serie di manifesti pubblicitari blasfemi a Napoli. Poi, discuteremo delle proteste per l'inaugurazione a Sapri di una statua in onore di una leggendaria figura femminile, protagonista di una nota poesia del periodo risorgimentale italiano. - La crisi energetica dell'UE alimenta un acceso dibattito sulla classificazione dell'energia nucleare in Europa - Giornalisti indipendenti critici dei loro governi vincono il Premio Nobel per la Pace - Il Regno Unito consuma il 17% in meno di carne rossa - Copenhagen vanta i due migliori ristoranti del mondo - Polemica a Napoli per manifesti blasfemi - Bufera per la statua della Spigolatrice di Sapri
This week, as the Frieze art fairs open and the international art world descends on London, we talk about Mark Rothko's late paintings, now on view at Pace's new space in the British capital, with his son Christopher. He also reflects on Rothko's Seagram Mural paintings, which are now back at Tate Britain, close to JMW Turner's works, as Rothko had hoped when he gave them to the Tate. Louisa Buck talks to Heath Lowndes, managing director of the Gallery Climate Coalition (GCC), a charity founded by galleries across the world in response to the climate emergency—the GCC has a booth at the Frieze London fair. And, for this episode's Work of the Week, Ben Luke visits Poussin and the Dance, a show at the National Gallery in London that travels to the Getty Center in Los Angeles next year. There, Francesca Whitlum-Cooper, the show's curator, tells us about Poussin's obsession with the Borghese Dancers, an ancient Roman bas relief now in the Louvre, and how the French artist responded to it in his painting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of our series on “Healthy Hustle,” our goal is to break down the dichotomy between hard work and rest, equipping you to run at a sustainable pace in this season. But before we even get to that conversation, Taylor Persello hops on and lists 5 gifts that we can give our Pastors. They're simple, they're actionable, and they will propel you forward in your leadership if you apply them today. Following that, my friend Jonathan O'Reilly, an executive pastor at The Rock in Kansas City, MO, joins me in a conversation with Pace Hartfield! Pace was an incredible second chair leader for years, and he now pastors One Place Church in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The three of us chase down the question of “how can I avoid burnout?”
Patreon.com/LingusMafia @LingusMafia Well since Gruden "resigned" from the Raiders, Cav took it in his own hands to become a web sleuth and dig into Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace's E-mails. It is appalling what was found. Faustie got his 23 and Me results, let's find out who has how much Italian in their blood, will the Boss still be the Boss after the results?
Did you know that the human body is absolutely meant to move and that Movement, activity, and exercise, can all relate and to pain management? Let Fresh Focus get you started by having a discussion on ways to improve your functional independence and freedom. One way to begin is to identify ways to overcome any of your barriers and for most of us that includes reducing pain. Exercise can be an effective treatment for chronic pain!Exercise and movement can help you to lose weight, which can lower inflammation and stress hormone release. It can help decrease inflammation, increase mobility, improve joint health, slow arthritis progression, as well as decrease overall pain levels. It's important to note that pain tolerance varies from person to person. Two people with the same injuries will perceive them very differently. That all has to do with the complex interconnections within our central nervous system, as well as various other things. But regardless of our starting point, we can still use exercise to calm the brain, and what it might potentially perceive as a threat. From what we know so far, cardiovascular activity and mobility exercise, such as Yoga and Tai Chi, seem to have the greatest effects, but any exercise you enjoy doing will be a great start and will provide a multitude of benefits. Keep in mind you should start any activity/exercise routine with the mindset of safe, slow, and easy. Pace yourself. But don't worry. You will be able to progress as you go. Exercise helps to balance neurotransmitters in the brain-Anytime we talk about effectively treating chronic pain we always want to talk about brain rewiring. Our brain is our computer. Exercise increases the production of those feel-good chemicals, such as those endorphins we always hear about. Pacing is the gradual return of functioning one step at a time. This method of gradually exposing yourself to activity that requires finding a safe, comfortable starting point. Incorporate breaks, stretch, and rest. It's all about time, effort, and persistence. You can pace for any activity, anywhere from activities of daily living like grocery shopping, favorite hobbies like hiking, cycling, dancing, or something like soccer. Remember you are not alone, research shows that 80% of adults feel chronic pain over their lifetime. By reducing and overcoming that barrier we can continue to live the life we want to live! Tune into Fresh Focus episode #44 to find out more ways help pain and inflammation in the body and what lifestyle choices you can make starting today to reclaim your life and your brain.
God's timing is never rushed by our impatience in this Dunya, for He is always in control of all plans and we are in control of the steps we take toward His plans.One quote that always lingers in my mind is:If your heart became closer to Allah as a result of something that has happened to you, it was the biggest blessing.You know, sometimes in moments of hardship we tend to feel as if God has forgotten us, but it's in these moments when we are truly reminded of Allah's mercy and His love for every one of His creations.Today's special guest, Melanie Elturk, CEO of Haute Hijab, said something that resonated deep within my heart, she said, just because you're far from Allah, does not mean that Allah is far from you.How often do we feel distant from God, reluctant to make dua, and the desire to be in the driver's seat of our life even in moments where we feel like we are being tested beyond belief?And so, I had the honor to sit down with Melanie to discuss how to better understand the concept of trusting God - like really trusting God.She is someone who hasn't had a shortage of hardships herself, from dealing with grief, loss and recently opening up about going through a divorce, I wanted to gain a better insight into how one can truly let go, and let God.In this episode we discuss why we are so keen on carrying the deep and emotional pain we have gone through rather than unpacking it once and for all, we talk about the stories our wounds carry and how therapy has been both eye and heart opening for the both of us. You know in life, we go through multiple rebirths, and more often than not our rebirth happens when we hit rock bottom and not because there is nowhere to go, but because we don't want to feel this way again.So how does one prepare for radical change? How do we learn to accept not only God's plans but also God's pace?Enjoy and follow the pod on Instagram:@unsweetenedandunfilteredFollow Melanie Elturk/Haute Hijab on Instagram:@hautehijabCheck out Haute Hijab's site:Shop Here
It has been a crazy 7 days and I'm back in my RV in Michigan as I recorded this. As a real estate investor, I have been busy with other things like being a mastermind, arranged an assisted living setup for my wife's mother, premiered a new TV show with Pace and Jamil, and flew back. And with all the crazy 7 days behind me, I have some big takeaways, especially from the mastermind event. The mastermind event I went to, despite the unforeseen flight delays, was a great basin of the biggest names in real estate. Almost everyone who's anyone in the real estate industry was there. And in these masterminds, there are key presentations and then there's networking. I love the presentations because I can always learn something new to implement to the way I do my coaching and real estate business or be reminded of things that I DON'T want to happen to my business. Then, the good part and probably my most favorite part of the event comes – networking. While I believe that the presentations are great, I personally think the essence of these events is the networking opportunity. The breakout sessions, the mini dinners, and the random hallway conversations are really where the magic happens. I stress this all the time but networking is really the meat of this business. The more you build relationships with not only your clients but with other people in the industry as well, the more you have traction for deals. As they say, your network is your net worth. So, then I fly into Phoenix after the mastermind and there I met so many YouTubers who have mind-blowing numbers. And while I didn't get to speak to all of them, most of the ones I spoke with told me the same thing: they've been doing this for 5-6 years consistently before they started earning. They show up every day, year after year, and for them, it's harder to go from 0 to 10k than it is to go from 10k to a million subscribers. It's the same for real estate; you have to show up consistently to make anything out of it or be anyone in the business. You have to be in it for the long haul, you have to be doing something every day and you have to be consistent. I'm talking about building a business that serves you; where you have a goal that the business fits and works around.What's Inside: Learn things that you need to do and learn things that you DON'T want to do.Your network is your net worth. Be consistent and show up every day. Build a business that serves you. Mentioned in this episode: REI Network on YouTubeGavin on Instagram
Work Matters is a quick, daily dose of what's going on in the job market and how it affects you and your career journey. Hosted by Ken Coleman, #1 bestselling author and host of Ramsey Network's The Ken Coleman Show, you'll get a practical take on topics like burnout, today's most in-demand job skills, how to deal with a deadbeat boss and more. The work you do matters––it's time to make the most of it. For a full-length daily podcast, subscribe to The Ken Coleman Show.
Jesus said, "I am the way the Truth & the life." Join us today we begin continue our series learning to live the Jesus Way. Pastor Daniel teaches us how to live unhurried & create sacred spaces in a message called "The Pace."
Today’s Guests John Bradley – Dave Buehring – Lionshare Carmen and John discuss his recent article at Lionshare.org titled: How Do I Try to Live and Work at Jesus Pace. We see that Jesus paced Himself: He engaged needs, but wasn’t controlled by them; He rested, yet worked. Mark Mittelberg – President and CEO of Mission […] The post Living at God’s Pace | The Reach of Mission Aviation Fellowship appeared first on The Reconnect with Carmen | Engaging Culture from a Christian Worldview.
A special NBA edition of the podcast! Chris kicks it off solo with a NBA "Starting 5" segment which covers 5 topics that are top of mind. To finish off the show Chris brings on Alex Golden of the Setting the Pace podcast. Alex joins to talk Pacers basketball with some other topics sprinkled in between. Setting the Pace has hit some major milestones lately, including 100K downloads this year! We thank Alex for joining the show. Make sure to go check them out on Social Media as well!
Pete and Mike discuss the Lakers' casual approach to preseason after a string of blowout losses, Russell Westbrook's early turnovers, and why coming changes in Tuesday night's game against the Warriors may fundamentally change how the team plays. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Tennessee Vols and Titans both won over the weekend making it a glorious Victory Monday. Buck breaks down the Vols and Titans big wins, plus some college football upsets. Also, Derrick Henry is putting up insane numbers through the first five weeks of the season. Buck breaks down how the king is on pace for the Hall of Fame.
The Tennessee Vols and Titans both won over the weekend making it a glorious Victory Monday. Buck breaks down the Vols and Titans big wins, plus some college football upsets. Also, Derrick Henry is putting up insane numbers through the first five weeks of the season. Buck breaks down how the king is on pace for the Hall of Fame.
Unemployment rate dropped to 4.8% as many workers exited labor force. Afghanistan mosque bombing kills dozens of worshipers. China delivery giant Meituan fined more than $530 million in Beijing's tech crackdown. J.R. Whalen reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kyle has an "insatiable need for progress." When the Covid shutdown hit, she made the decision to start her own business. She was working 60+ hours a week, starting her business as a side gig and continuing to work for another practice.She didn't burn the ships, but she tiptoed into running her own business. Kyle has really crafted her business life to work for her. She's playing volleyball and filling her own cup again and has created balance in her own life.Kyle dives into her business journey, her challenges with money mindset and her advice for those who aren't risk-takers in starting their own business.Kyle HartmanFounder of Monterey Pelvic Health, Kyle has crafted a business and life for herself in a new town. Make sure to follower her on Instagram (@MontereyPelvicHealth)Pelvic PT Business ResourcesIf you'd like to learn more about our resources for cash-based pelvic PTs, make sure to take 5 minutes and fill out our Business Owners Survey. We'd love to hear about where you are in your business and where you want to go!Shout Out and Get in Touch!If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a few seconds to take a screenshot and put it up in your Instagram Stories and tag Nicole (@nicolecozeandpt). Or send us an email at Nicole@PelvicSanity.com with your thoughts, questions or ideas. We'd love to hear from you!About UsNicole and Jesse Cozean founded PelvicSanity Physical Therapy together in 2016. It grew quickly into one of the largest cash-based physical therapy practices in the country. They run Pelvic PT Rising, providing both clinical and business resources exclusively tailored to pelvic PTs.
How To Remember People's Names at Networking and Business Events Are you good at remembering the names of people you meet? Are you having that embarrassing situation where you know the face, but the name isn't coming to you? How about that even worse situation where you have to introduce the person you cannot remember, to someone else? We usually need the help of others in some form to achieve our visions. This can be people we already know or new acquaintances, for example, at a networking or business event. But do you sometimes have this problem? I meet so many people, I can't remember them when I meet them again, or I meet people and two minutes later I've forgotten their name already. How do you feel when you meet someone again, who remembers your name, but you can't remember their name? It's awkward, embarrassing, and destroys my personal brand. What can we do about this problem? We want to be memorable to the people we meet in business, so we need to make sure they clearly hear our name in the first place. Make a bigger effort and help them remember your name by using the Pause, Part, Punch formula when meeting people. Before you say your name – PAUSE E.g Hello, My name is…(pause)….. When you say your first name insert a PART to separate first name from last name E.g. Hello, My Name is…(pause)..John …(part)…Smith When you get to your last name hit it slightly harder than your first name to make it easy to remember – PUNCH it out. Hello, My Name is…(pause)..John …(part)…SMITH (punch the last name hard) To make sure you remember their name, use LIRA: Look & Listen-we concentrate on the person completely, observing them for recognition hints about how they look or sound Impression-we stereotype them into an easy to remember category based on how they look, sound and speak. For example, Mr. Tall Suzuki with the Heavy Glass Rims Repetition-We look for opportunities to use their name in the conversation without it becoming extreme or strange. For example, “tell me Suzuki san, how have you found….” Especially toward the end of the conversation we want to cement the name before we part company. “Thank you Suzuki san for letting me learn more about your industry today and I look forward to catching up again” Association-We try to link them to something else which is easy to remember. Suzuki san with the heavy black glass rims is the Japanese version of Clark Kent, who turns into Superman. Suzuki is the Japanese Superman in disguise. We use PACE to create more memorable pictures: Person-we create a mental picture of them like a movie poster with their name on it. Action-we imagine them doing some action that is linked to their name. If the name was Asakawa, we could picture a fast running stream Colour-We look for a colour we can associate with the name. Mr. Black, Mr. White. Exaggeration- we create some fantastical scene in our mind which is way over the top. Suzuki san with the black rimed glasses is a secret superman like Clark Kent and wears a red cape, flying around Otemachi between the buildings trailing a big sign that says SUZUKI. Use BRAMMS for name association: Business - can we link the name to the business they are in? Tokoro san is in the real estate business Rhyme - can we get the name to rhyme with something we can remember? Everyone with a perfectly straight back or senaka is named Tanaka Appearance - Onaka san has a large belly Meaning - Takai san is rather tall, Minami san works in the south of the city Mind Picture - I can visualize Abe san as Abe Lincoln with the beard and a tall hat. Similar Name - Kawai san is cute, kawaii This sounds complicated and I can't remember all the acronyms! No problem! Don't try to do everything at once. This week, pick one or two things to concentrate on and use those to recall the names – some things will work better than others for you, but experiment and find which works best. At the next networking or business event, try it and give yourself a score on how many new people's names you were able to remember.
On today's Locked On Eagles: After the first four games, what are the offensive stats on pace to look like at the end of the season? A look at Jalen Hurts and his historic pace Are the Eagles finally going to have a 1,000 yard WR? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Eugenio Pace is founder and CEO of Auth0, a company that builds identity management solutions. Eugenio started as a consultant at Microsoft in his native Argentina before relocating to the Redmond headquarters as an FTE. He stayed for 10 more years before exiting to start Auth0, which gained unicorn status before being acquired by Okta for $6.5 billion in May 2021. In this episode of our Beyond the Blue Badge podcast, host T.A. McCann talks with Eugenio about how he built his company from the ground up, Microsoft's influence on Auth0, and his advice for others wanting to launch their own company.
Whether you like it or not... “Cuffing season” is upon us! This means you want to feel you are bringing your "A" game to your dating life! Inside of this episode I will discuss: The mental shifts needed for dating to feel enjoyable. The things you can do TODAY to improve your dating life. How to PACE your emotional investment into the relationship. Seriously this episode will give you the foundation you need for a FUN dating life! Tune in for my best advice and make sure you leave the podcast a written review if you have not already done so! I read every review and they inspire me to continue to create high value episodes each week! To leave a review click here! ALSO, be sure to DM me on Instagram @drmorgancoaching with your takeaways from this episode - I want to hear from you!
Behind the scenes as I walk the walk in making hard choices of less but better in this season. Join the wait list for the Elegant Excellence Goals Journal + Workshops! Would love to hear your thoughts after on Instagram @HilaryRushford. Submit Q's or future topics at HilaryRushford.com/podvip.
Hello and welcome back! If you've been following along on Instagram then you know I'm really excited for my bad ass guest designers, Lucinda Pacé and Andrew Placer of Vanderpump Rules. On this episode we talk about the behind the scenes decorating drama of last season, what it's like working with Ariana and Tom, and more. Their combined years and client experiences make them the perfect experts to answer your questions, from establishing a budget, what color white should you use, and we hit hard after those designer do's and don'ts! If you don't want to end up with the tackiest decor on your walls this season, you won't want to miss this episode. Lastly, not sure if you've noticed but, I miss my original theme song music how about you? Good news though, we're having a song produced and custom made just for us! Coming soon so keep an ear out. Enjoy the show. THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS NATIVE PRODUCTS > Get 20% OFF your first purchase at www.nativedeo.com/humble or use promo code humble at checkout. RAYCON > Get 15% off your Raycon order at www.buyraycon.com/humble UPRISING FOOD > Get $10 OFF your starter bundle at www.uprisingfood.com/humble BETTER HELP > Get 10% off your first month at www.betterhelp.com/humble Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Humble & Hungry with Natalie Puche is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
When you embark on an effort to lose weight, do you start thinking about how much weight you should be losing each week, and how long it will take you to reach your goals? When I was a dieter, I used to do that. I'd plan out how quickly the weight should come off. If I lose X number of pounds a week, by Y date, I will weigh Z. How exciting and motivating! NOT. It never happened like that. Not once. In fact, that approach is a sure route to becoming discouraged and quitting. It's a diet culture mindset. The diet industry tries to hook you into trying the latest fad by promising fast weight loss. But they don't tell you that only a tiny percentage of dieters lose weight. And they don't tell you what happens to the ones that do a year later. Or two years. That's because almost every one of them will gain the weight back. When you start a new effort to lose weight, part of the reason you don't succeed is because you have an idea of how that will turn out. How fast you SHOULD lose weight. But that is a fantasy. You can rarely anticipate what it will really be like. Tune in and learn why it's so important to give up on the BS fantasy from the diet industry about how weight loss is supposed to happen, and approach it at your own realistic, sustainable pace. And how to overcome the fears you may encounter along the way. If you're ready to kick the emotional eating habit for good and lose the weight, start with my free video masterclass available on my website, sharibroder.com
Training Camp is over it's now the exhibition season for the Portland Trail Blazers. Let's talk about what we learned from training camp and what to watch as the Blazers preseason schedule tips off beginning Oct. 4. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Miami Heat have typically been one of the slower teams in the NBA during Erik Spoelstra's coaching tenure. Now, with Kyle Lowry at point guard, will they play faster? Or will this look more like the Heat teams of the late 1990s? Ethan, Alex and Greg discuss. Sponsored by TherapistPreferred.com (5Reasons) and Manscaped.com (5RSN).