“What I know for sure from working with organizations for the past two decades is that we have overlooked the importance of selecting leaders who have the ability to inspire others.”Inspiring others is a big part of a leader's job. If you haven't been thinking about inspiration, I would argue you haven't really been leading at your best. To help you become a more inspiring leader, in this episode I offer some ancient wisdom from a Greek philosopher and break down three elements that make up the ability to persuade and inspire others.In this episode:The importance of the “inspiration factor” in leadershipAristotle's 3 elements of persuasionEmotional connection and its impact on inspirationOne tip to help you become a more inspiring leaderPower Presence Academy: Practical Wisdom for Leaders is the go-to podcast for anyone who leads. Your host is Janet Ioli, a leadership and human development expert, sought-after coach and advisor to global executives, and former executive with experience in four Fortune 100 companies.Noteworthy Quotes from This Episode“If I'm not feeling inspired, how am I going to motivate other people [and] have people that work for me to feel inspired?”“A fundamental part of a leader's job is setting an inspirational tone and inspiring others. It is a prerequisite.”“You've got to be able to understand people and their emotions and connect with them in order to evoke them to action.”“Feelings and emotions are an integral part of the human experience. [...] So we can ignore them all we want. We can tell people [to] check their emotions at the door. But they are still there.”“As a leader, that [Pathos] is an important piece to tap into. And I'm not talking about manipulation. I'm talking about human connection.”Free Gift Offer:If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Select “Listen in Apple Podcasts,” then choose the “Ratings & Reviews” tab to share what you think. I'll send you a free gift to help you create your most powerful leadership presence if you submit the review and send me an email!Connect with Janet Ioli:Website: janetioli.comLinkedin: Janet IoliInstagram: @janetioli
GUEST BIO In 2008 Matt Levin, his wife Melanie, and his good friend Michael Greuel opened The Refuge Restaurant, home of some of the best pastrami sandwiches and burgers. At the time, The Refuge was a small restaurant focused on french wines, Belgian beers, and house-made, hand-sliced pastrami sandwiches. Since 2008 their popularity has exploded. Customers have waited up to four hours to sit and dine with them. Fifteen years later, they streamlined the process and opened up two more locations along the way, one in Menlo Park, and the other in San Mateo. They both have over 25 years of experience in the food service industry. They both share their experiences running three restaurants during the pandemic and what they've learned from it. NOTES | MENTIONS Seg 1 - Catching up with Old Friends, Survival Mode in the Food Service Industry Gastrosexual 15 years in business Progress of the Restaurant and Food Service Economy The Refuge Menu Fine Dining vs Fast Food Problems of maintaining consistency The Bear Standards of Skilled Food Labor Food Truck Business Effects on Restaurants Effects of Silicon Valley Work From Home on Surrounding Businesses Raising Children in the Restaurant business Seg 2 - Spiritual Growth after Pastrami Matt's daily routine - first 3 steps of Recovery Tellefin Universal Trauma Life in Recovery and Spirituality Effects of Economy on the Food Business Rising Food Costs Marco Pierre White Decision making processes How to manage labor Initial Vision of Success Barcelona Teleferic The Science of Popcorn Seg 3 - Aging and Folly Going to restaurants as a guest The Egg Doors of Perception William Blake guided psychedelic retreats The Funeral Industry Funerals and weddings Judaism Burial The Funeral Industry Today Terrence McKenna How to Control Deja Vu Rule 62 How to make more fun Coco Melon Seg 4 - Kids Will Save the World Dumpling Pickups Gao Viet Kitchen Observations on human behavior from restaurant service experience the industry of evil Charcuterie The Fatted Calf Restaurant workers vs Yelp Seg 5 - What success means now Modern Restaurant Ticket Machines Matt's AA Recovery Wisdom
Von den Kürzungsplänen im Auswärtigen Amt ist auch die westlich-islamische Dialogplattform Qantara betroffen. Eine schlechte Idee, findet Islamwissenschaftler Stefan Weidner: Baerbocks Außenpolitik setzt insgesamt eher auf Konfrontation statt Dialog.Ein Kommentar von Stefan Weidnerwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Politisches FeuilletonDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
So what is “That Thing“ you gotta have about you in order to be successful? To separate from the pack? To make a dream a reality?This week you are gonna hear from someone who knows.BECAUSE HE'S LIVED IT!My guest this week is David A. Arnold.Not only is he a brilliant standup comedian, David channels his life's observations as a SITCOM WRITER, PRODUCER, and ACTOR as well.After I watched his Netflix special, IT AIN'T FOR THE WEAK, and laughed my ass off, I made it a big priority to get him on the show. When you hear his takes on life, parenting, hard knocks, and more, you'll understand why. This is a man with a lot of takes you're going to love hearing about.Part of what I love about him is that David struggled in the backwaters of comedy for a long time before he broke through. He's used the TRAGEDY and PATHOS in his life to fuel a brand of comedy that is INSPIRATIONAL for everyone going through stuff right now… which is basically all of us.He's blowing up now after working in the business for more than 25 YEARS, building an impressive resume as one of the MOST SUCCESSFUL people in front of and behind the camera in the entertainment business. When you hear David talk about his WORK ETHIC, you'll know there were no shortcuts to him earning everything he's achieved.David's source of strength through it all has been his connection to his family. Not only are they sources for a lot of his material, they're also what drives him to keep working at “THAT THING” as he likes to refer to it.David gets into why it's important to REFUSING TO LIVE WITH EXCUSES or challenges you faced growing up. It's a fascinating look at someone who's overcome unusual family dynamics, addiction, and being incarcerated (for a fix-it ticket!). As you'll hear, BREAKING THROUGH is not for the weak.We're also going to talk about David's creative process for generating material, how he deals with imposter syndrome, and having A WILL TO SUCCEED that's not for sale. The bottom line is that making people laugh is HARD WORK.You can't talk to David for an hour and not touch on KIDS and MARRIAGE. David's down-to-earth take on both is filled with spot on insights that will make your life and your family relationships better.We are going to wrap up with advice on other parts of your life David wants you to know about too.You're gonna LAUGH this week.You're gonna THINK about what you hear too.David A. Arnold has got the goods.So listen up…This is a FASCINATING hour with a man who has used a lifetime of paying his dues to create a universal WISDOM that's perfect advice for us all.
Today on the ProLife Podcast: how to properly approach the issue of abortion when talking with your pro-abortion neighbors and the importance of rhetoric to the movement! Plus, the 3 categories of argument and Pro-Life pregnancy ministries in Uganda. 0:00 Why rhetoric is important 4:48 3 categories of argument: Logos, Ethos, and Pathos 8:17 How do I have meaningful conversations? 10:43 Why men are not excluded from the abortion debate 14:51 “Reproductive equality” and the importance of family 18:49 Pregnancy center ministry in Uganda 22:24 Real stories from women helped in Uganda 27:28 How to talk to your angry neighbor 30:21 The secret of Kairos 31:27 A problem in the abortion debate: Stasis 32:49 Rhetoric is a great tool in your tool belt Donate now to support us and keep our efforts going! https://TexasRightToLife.com/Stand Watch our full talk on responding to pro-abortion arguments: https://youtu.be/5ZD1ImCNr9k Get your ticket now to our 2022 Celebration of Life Gala in Houston: https://texasrighttolife.com/25th-annual-celebration-of-life/ Come to the 2023 Boots on the Ground Pro-Life Conference: https://e.givesmart.com/events/pus/ "Context" Context: A successful abortion ALWAYS kills a human life. Science and biology confirm that this fetus or embryo is distinctly human, possesses unique DNA, and displays the normal characteristics of a human being in that stage of development. For pregnancy help, visit https://AmericanPregnancy.org Fight big tech censorship and sign up for direct alerts! Text PROLIFE to 40237 By providing your phone number, you are joining a recurring text messaging program for TXRTL. Msg & data rates may apply.
Jan-Markus Vomel on his article “Pathos and Discipline: Islamist Masculinity in Turkey, 1950-2000”, published in the journal Zeithistoriche Forschungen. The piece explores how Turkish Islamism weaponised ideas of virility and manliness against what it saw as the emasculating forces of secularism and Westernisation. Become a member to support Turkey Book Talk. Members get a 35% discount on all Turkey/Ottoman History books published by IB Tauris/Bloomsbury, transcripts of every interview, transcripts of the whole archive, and over 200 reviews covering Turkish and international fiction, history and politics.
On this episode the Goddamn Scarred welcome to the dungeon one half of the amazing Denver Prog Metal Duo 'Pathos & Logos'! We deep dive so much on this spisode...we talk about music, metal, genre defintions, magic, books of incantations and so so so much more. One of the best chats ever. Tune in. Or else. Patreon: aghp666 #metal #magic #satan #horror # horrormovie #comedy
Fall festival; Connecting with others; Keys of the Kingdom; Information online; Holy Spirit; Nature of delusion; Logos - Pathos - Ethos association; Pathos = emotions; Ethos = authority/trust; Logos = Right reason - reality; Moses' burning bush; De-escalation video; Dangers of assuming; Police and Ethos; Respecting "persons"; Looking at all the facts; Revelation and the Tree of Life; Christ's instructions; Moses and Christ in agreement; Moses' assignment; Understanding logos; Relating bible to reality; Being free souls under God; Bondage of Egypt; Being subjects to debt; Jesus came to set the captive free; Human resources; Abraham's journey; Codifying laws; Welfare systems; Sitting in darkness; Making America great; Welfare by The Church; Freewill offerings; vs Taxation; Arming IRS; Ekklesia; Age of reason; Applying "Church"; Biblical "word"; "world"; "Logos" is more than just "word"; Identification; Augustus vs Jesus; Temples built without hands; Fear not!; Operate by faith, hope and charity; Removing history; Willingness to see the whole truth; Contextual understanding; Witchcraft; Julius Caesar; Importance of family; Repent = think differently; Imagining you are free; Pursuing the logos of Christ; Joining the network; Accessing Holy Spirit; Going another way; Helping you see the truth; Roman republic; Gaius Julius Caesar; Returning men to their family; You belong to the government; Numbered for benefits; Reason!; Making God's word to none effect; Keeping commandments; Seeking His kingdom and righteousness; Preacher ethos; Admitting denial of Christ; John 17 - world hating; Counterfeit sons of God; Taking oaths?; Loving your neighbor; Why gather?; Becoming free; Cities of Refuge; Join the Living Network.
"The Word" (logos), Understanding right reason; 1 Pe 4:8; (Fervent) Charity covers sins; Selfish society; "Tao"; Law of nature; Tribalism; Valuing sacrificing for others; Finding God's righteousness; Idolatry/covetousness; Function of temples; Greed for gain; Socialism; Sons of God; Sureties for debt; Legal (binding) charity; Welfare snare; One purse; Dark ages?; Pathos and Ethos; Gathering as Christ commanded; Signs in the sun; Laying down your life for your fellow man; Forgiveness; Grace; Levites; Ordained ministers; Knowing the Holy Spirit; Public religion; "Ekklesia"; Redistributing wealth; Following false churches; Destruction of Corinth; Addiction to benefits; Government stimulus; Contextualizing scripture; Capitalism's free society; Repent = think differently; Who owns you?; Ex 20:6; Loving Christ's commandments; Deut 5:10; Jn 14:15; Jn 14:21; No king but Christ; Ekklesia vs free assemblies; Belong to Christ.
Around 400 BC Aristotle wrote about three modes of persuasion which is commonly referred to as the Persuasion Triangle. Listen in as Jacob talks about these three modes: Pathos, Egos and Logos and how Paul used them to persuade others to follow Christ and how we can use them today.
Hey, seester! Coming off the shelf this week are “n**** moments”. These low vibrational qualities happen to be standardized by our society more often than not. It is time to step into our unamused & unbothered attitudes once and for all. Sexual health is essential just like your physical and mental health. Find out the five p's that pertain to sexual health in pillow kickin it!VOICEMAIL: https://www.speakpipe.com/inherelementProducts & services mentioned in the show: Taste Vitamins : https://lddy.no/15opl CODE:inherelementFiverr: https://go.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=457406&brand=fbFOLLOW THE POD:PATREON : https://www.patreon.com/soakinitup?fan_landing=trueWEBSITE: https://inherelement.net/YOUTUBE:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsrLdMjnE0tRHkpcLHmi9rgIG: https://www.instagram.com/in.herr.element/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/inherrelementFOLLOW SIERRA: SIERRA IG: https://www.instagram.com/sisiimonde/SIERRA TWITTER: https://twitter.com/sisimonde SIERRA TIK TOK:https://www.tiktok.com/@stunnasisi?_t=8UfhTYQHLPq&_r=1SIERRA YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJxlpcy716kY9aTjUERPoNASupport the show
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In this episode, I talk with Dr. Stephen Wolfe about this book on Christian nationalism. We dive into the assumptions made by the liberal order and why many view Christian nationalism as a threat. We explore the history of the concepts related Christian nationalism and America as a Christian nation. We also discuss the concept of feminine or effeminate discourse in Christianity. Is Christian culture bad? What if hypocrisy increases? What is a vision of a Christian nation? What are examples of effeminate discourse? Why is it a problem?Bio: Stephen Wolfe is a postdoctoral fellow in the James Madison Program at Princeton University. He is the cohost of the Ars Politica podcast. He completed his PhD in political philosophy at LSU in 2020. He was born and raised in Napa, California and currently lives in North Carolina with his wife and four children.Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavisArs Politica Third Way - https://ars-politica.captivate.fm/episode/ars-politica-ep34-third-wayismTwitter - https://twitter.com/PerfInjustSupport the show
Er war Professor für Amerikanistik, hat aber zugleich Zeit seines Lebens Gedichte geschrieben. Klaus Martens konzentriert sich in seiner Dichtkunst auf das Wesentliche. Nicht das große Pathos, sondern Untertreibung und Reduktion sind Kennzeichen seiner Lyrik. So auch in seinem Gedicht „Stillwasser“, das sich zwischen Poesie und Naturwissenschaft bewegt. Und das uns in einer Zeit der Naturkatastrophen die Kostbarkeit dieses existentiellen Lebensgrundstoffs eindringlich vor Augen führt.
In Deutschland gibt es aufgrund der NS-Zeit Vorbehalte gegen zu große Reden und zu viel Pathos. Im Nachkriegsdeutschland wird anders gesprochen, nachdenklicher, zurückhaltender. Und doch sind neue Elemente hinzugekommen. Viel geht dabei auf den Einfluss von Ex-US-Präsident Barack Obama zurück.Von Michael Köhlerwww.deutschlandfunk.de, HintergrundDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Bullying comes in all forms and even back before social media, people would write horrible things about other people, spreading rumors, and making lives miserable. Now imagine this happening not to just a student in a class, or a few students in a school (which is bad enough), but to an entire town. AN. ENTIRE. TOWN.That's exactly what happened to Circleville, OH back in the late 1970s and continued in the next decade, when someone sent vicious, hateful, and terrifying letters, hundreds of them, to citizens of the town, effectively placing the whole community under siege. Find out just how the Circleville Letter Writer manipulated the lives of so many people, leaving at least one person dead.
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for July 24, 2022 is: pathos PAY-thahss noun Pathos refers to some element of an experience or of an artistic representation that evokes compassion or pity. The word also refers to a feeling of sympathetic pity. // Our knowledge of the hero's tragic end adds an element of pathos to the story of his early success. See the entry > Examples: "It's all in good fun, though. This is Maverick's movie, as the title declares. As a character study of an iconic hero, Cruise and Kosinski do fine work, plumbing pathos and power out of a mythic One Last Flight." — Eric Webb, Austin (Texas) American-Statesman, 27 May 2022 Did you know? The Greek word páthos means "experience, misfortune, emotion, condition,” and comes from Greek path-, meaning “experience, undergo, suffer.” In English, pathos usually refers to the element in an experience or in an artistic work that makes us feel compassion, pity, or sympathy. The word is a member of a big family: empathy is the ability to share someone else's feelings. Pathetic (in its gentlest uses) describes things that move us to pity. Though pathology is not literally "the study of suffering," it is "the study of diseases." Other relatives of pathos include sympathy, apathy, and antipathy.
In episodes eight and nine of The Way of Haiku, Clark Strand, a former senior editor at Tricycle and author of Seeds from a Birch Tree: Writing Haiku and the Spiritual Journey, provides extensive commentary on the best of the haiku submitted by participants in Upaya's The Way of Haiku program. For you haikuists who are […]
Viel Dudelsack, Blasmusik von hoher Qualität und sogar ein Alpsegen mit Freiburger Kühen: Das Basel Tattoo hat am Freitag nach zwei Jahren coronabedingtem Unterbruch in der ausverkauften Arena der Kaserne Basel eine erfolgreicher Neuauflage erlebt. Ausserdem: * Weiterer Kandidat im Rennen um Nachfolge von Baselbieter SVP-Regierungsrat Thomas Weber * LDP fordert Strategie im Fall von Knappheit bei Trinkwasser
In episodes eight and nine of The Way of Haiku, Clark Strand, a former senior editor at Tricycle and author of Seeds from a Birch Tree: Writing Haiku and the Spiritual Journey, provides extensive commentary on the best of the haiku submitted by participants in Upaya's The Way of Haiku program. For you haikuists who are […]
In this episode, progressive metal band Pathos and Logos talk about creating songs out of divergent sounds and styles while still being metal, creating a mythos and lifestyle to go along with the music, and how new album CULT is a journey and every song is a spell. Plus, playing live as a two member band, the connection with Doc Coyle, and measuring success while building for the future. You can check out Pathos and Logos at these places: https://www.pathosandlogos.com/ https://www.instagram.com/pathos.logos/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS7lhs9MmsbHIXrl35p184w/featured https://www.facebook.com/pathosandlogos https://www.bandsintown.com/a/15389400 Paul works a day job and puts out vinyl and puts on shows via Katzulhu Productions https://www.facebook.com/paul.neil.12 https://www.facebook.com/katzulhu https://www.facebook.com/Dont-Quit-Your-Day-Job-podcast-107924851339602
Clark Strand, a former senior editor at Tricycle and author of Seeds from a Birch Tree: Writing Haiku and the Spiritual Journey, talks about the state of contemporary haiku. Clark guides us through the different types of haiku that are being written at the moment, and (especially helpful for aspiring haikuists) provides a document with the […]
Kwame Alexander is a poet, educator, publisher, and New York Times Bestselling author of 35 books, including his Newbery medal-winning middle grade novel, The Crossover. If you are a poet, writer, artist of any kind, supporter of the arts, activist, or just interested in haiku, listen to this episode! Kwame Alexander tells the story of the first […]
In part five of Upaya's The Way of Haiku series, artist, author/translator (whose publications include Treasury of the True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen's Shobo Genzo and Painting Peace: Art in a Time of Global Crisis), and activist, Sensei Kazuaki Tanahashi tells us about the cultural roots of haiku. The poetic form grew out of a satirical, humorous, and even vulgar style of […]
In part four of Upaya's The Way of Haiku program, Natalie Goldberg (author of Three Simple Lines: A Writer's Pilgrimage into the Heart and Homeland of Haiku) provides us with exercises and prompts for writing our own haiku. We also get to listen to participants in The Way of Haiku program read their haiku to Natalie and then […]
This interview is from 6-10-22..Bassist Conor Marshall of Conjurer Bassist Conor Marshall of Conjurer joins the podcast to talk about Conjurer's new album titled "Pathos" via Nuclear Blast Records which is out now. We talk about the creation of the album, first single "It Dwells" and new single "Rot". We also talk about playing in front of 20,000 people at the Bloodstock Festival and playing in America for the first time. SUBSCRIBE to BODS Mayhem Hour YouTube channel AND available on all streaming platforms wherever you listen to podcasts..
In Part 3 of Upaya's The Way of Haiku series, Natalie Goldberg (author of Three Simple Lines: A Writer's Pilgrimage into the Heart and Homeland of Haiku), explores the relationship between haiku and Zen. When we practice haiku, as when we practice Zazen, we practice dropping below the discursive mind. Writing haiku, Natalie explains, is about dropping right […]
Clark Strand, author of Seeds from a Birch Tree: Writing Haiku and the Spiritual Journey, introduces us to the practice of writing haiku. Haiku, Clark explains, is a communal practice, sometimes humorous, often sorrowful, and traditionally grounded in the natural world. While some haiku masters did write in solitary mountain retreats, even the most reclusive of […]
About Our GuestJason Caros serves as the headmaster at Founders Classical Academy. He graduated from Florida State University, earning a Bachelor of Arts with concentrations in History and Religion. He also holds a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Mr. Caros was a high school history teacher and a district-level curriculum administrator for more than fifteen years. In 2012, he was selected by Hillsdale College's Barney Charter School Initiative and Responsive Education Solutions to serve as the first headmaster of Founders Classical Academy, a K-12 grade classical charter school in Lewisville, TX. Mr. Caros attributes the growth and success of the school to the efforts of an excellent faculty and staff, supportive parents, dedicated students, and the work of its parent organization, Responsive Ed. In addition to his headmaster duties, Mr. Caros loves to teach his high school Western Civilization I class. Mr. Caros lives in Flower Mound with his wife and children; his daughter is a Founders alumna, and his son attends Founders as a rising junior.Show NotesIn this episode, Adrienne and Trae meet with headmaster Jason Caros to discuss the American Classical Charter School model. Founded initially as a Barney Charter School Initiative in American Classical Education, Founders Classical Academy in Lewisville, Texas, is an example of a thriving charter school. They are part of the Responsive Education Solutions (RES) charter schools community with a mission to provide education options that promote a free society with moral and academic excellence. Mr. Caros shares stories about how a love of learning and reading paired with patriotism bring his community together. Mr. Caros describes how commencements, holiday programs, and events focused on civic virtue give shape and meaning to the life of his school. Furthermore, Mr. Caros explores the qualities of a good teacher pertaining to the classical categories of Logos, Pathos, and Ethos. Mr. Caros explains how the stability of his school rests on consistency in the faculty and maintaining ongoing alumni relationships. Some questions in this episode include: What are the qualities of a good headmaster? How do you foster deep conversations in pursuit of the highest good in your particular context? What is at the heart of American Classical Education? How do you retain teachers? How do you support your faculty? Resources and Books & Mentioned In This EpisodeDante's Inferno by Dante AlighieriParadise Lost by John MiltonThe Divine Comedy by Dante AlighieriShakespearean Plays by William Shakespeare The Abolition of Man by C.S. LewisNicomachean Ethics by AristotleRepublic by PlatoCicero by PlutarchThe Roots of the American Order by Russell KirkVideo: Jordan Peterson interviews Yeonmi ParkThe Bill of RightsThe Constitution of the United States of America The Restoration of Christian Culture by John SeniorNorms and Nobility: A Treatise on Education by David V. Hicks_________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Used with permission. cellists: SaraSant'' Ambrogio and Lexine Feng; pianist: Alyona Waldo © 2022 Beautiful Teaching. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Die «Ukraine Recovery Conference» soll den Wiederaufbauprozess in Gang setzen – für ein Land, das sich noch immer im Krieg befindet. In Lugano debattieren Vertreterinnen und Vertreter von knapp 40 Ländern. Neben viel Pathos war am ersten Tag der Konferenz auch viel Entschlossenheit zu hören. Weitere Themen: Frankreichs Präsident Emmanuel Macron lässt die Regierung trotz seiner Schlappe bei der Parlamentswahl in den Schlüsselpositionen unverändert. Nun heisst es für Macron und Premierministerin Élisabeth Borne: Allianzen schmieden. Verkehrslärm gilt als grösste Umweltbeeinträchtigung im Wohnbereich. Fachleute im Kanton Aargau haben nun analysiert, wie sich der Strassenlärm in der Zukunft entwickelt, wenn immer mehr Fahrzeuge mit geräuschlosen Elektromotoren unterwegs sind. Die Resultate überraschen.
Die «Ukraine Recovery Conference» soll den Wiederaufbauprozess in Gang setzen – für ein Land, das sich noch immer im Krieg befindet. In Lugano debattieren Vertreterinnen und Vertreter von knapp 40 Ländern. Neben viel Pathos war am ersten Tag der Konferenz auch viel Entschlossenheit zu hören. Weitere Themen: (01:16) Ukraine-Konferenz in Lugano: Pathos und Entschlossenheit (13:19) Inflation: Teuerung in der Schweiz zieht weiter an (17:09) Frankreich: Macron ist auf Allianzen angewiesen (20:13) Bürgerliche Allianz: «AHV-Reform stellt Frauen besser» (24:00) Tessin: Neues Grenzgänger-Abkommen mit Italien (29:39) Umstrittener Mega-Staudamm: Äthiopien schürt Ängste
Die 150. Jubiläumsausgabe ihres zauberhaften Podcasts läßt die Zärtlichen Cousinen kalt. Kein Brimborium, kein feierliches Pathos, keine langweiligen Elogen - Atze Schröder & Till Hoheneder liefern stattdessen ganz einfach eine klassische Cousinenfolge voller Witz, liebevoller Frotzeleien und pointierten Alltagsbetrachtungen. Und genau dafür werden sie von der Cousinen-Community geliebt, denn Freitag ist und bleibt Cousinentag! Prost! Salute! Die Chefcousinen sagen Danke an alle Cousinen und sich auf die nächsten 150 Folgen! - - - - - Diskutiert mit: mail@zärtliche-cousinen.de
Interview with Kevin Glen Today's interview is with Kevin Glen former owner/operator of Mantis Spearfishing, a friend of Forrest Galante and the only guy to shoot a Marlin in California! An engineer and innovator in the spearfishing world with countless awesome stories of him and his mates out in the water! From shooting and losing a Sailfish in Durban to tracking down Yellow Tail and Sea Bass in the Channel Islands, he is a great source of information and knowledge in California. Hear some of his stories in the water, the journey of learning to spearfish and the stoke of doing it with great friends. Be sure to check out Mantis Spearfishing and grab their last stock! Important times: 00:13 Intro 04:50 Welcome Kevin! Tell us about this Marlin! 10:10 You engineered a dive float? 13:50 You have an unusual spearfishing story with a bunch of famous friends! 15:55 Setting the record straight on the record Sea Bass with Forrest Galante! 18:55 What's the spearfishing community like there? 20:10 Wind and swell conditions for the Channel Islands 21:35 Urchin barons 22:05 Sheephead eat urchins 26:05 Mantis Spearfishing - tell us about it! The Roller Muzzle 30:10 What does your spearfishing look like these days? Good dive buddies? 33:30 White Sea Bass 34:50 Vermillion Rock Cod 35:45 Do you think your fisheries are well managed? MPA's, 30-30 and conservation 40:00 Big hearts, well intentioned but completely disconnected from the real world 42:55 What's your favourite species to hunt? Halibut, yellow tail and sea bass 44:55 How are you tracking yellow tail down? 46:15 Using bait fish 48:05 Half Moon bait fish 51:45 Memorable fish 54:10 Fighting the fish - how much tension is right? 56:25 Tough/scary situations 01:00:25 Reels vs floatlines 01:02:15 Jewfish, Mulloway or Kabeljou sounds 01:03:45 Designing gear 01:08:20 We need more people like you! 01:12:00 What's in your dive bag for the Channel Islands? 5mm wetsuit, weightbelt, knife, Scorpio Carbon Fibre fins in Pathos foot pockets, Mantis Spearguns 01:15:30 Spearo Q&A 01:22:00 Outro Listen in and subscribe on iOS or Android Important Links @ Noob Spearo Partners and Discount Codes . Use the code NOOBSPEARO save $20 on every purchase over $200 at checkout – Flat shipping rate, especially in AUS! – Use the code NOOB10 to save 10% off anything store-wide. Free Shipping on USA orders over $99 | Simple, Effective, Dependable Wooden Spearguns. Use the Code NOOB to save $30 on any speargun:) use the code SPEARO to get 20% off any course and the code NOOBSPEARO to get 40% off any and all courses! Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $25 on the full Penetrator Spearfishing Fin Range . 28-day Freediving Transformation (CODE: NOOB28 for 15% off) | Equalization Masterclass – Roadmap to Frenzel | Free Courses | Freediving Safety Course | How to Take a 25-30% Bigger Breath! | The 5 minute Freediver | Break the 10 Meter Barrier – Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $ | Wickedly tough and well thought out gear! Check out their | ‘Spearo Dad' | ‘Girls with Gills' | ‘Jobfish Tribute' | Fishing Trips () Subscribe to the best spearfishing magazine in the world. International subscription available! . Listen to 99 Tips to Get Better at Spearfishing
The third episode of Ms. Marvel has dramatically flipped the script for the season, and we're only halfway through it! We're still head over heels for the series, and the geeking out continues in our latest review!If you're looking to have what we've seen in episode three of Ms. Marvel discussed then you're in the right place! Each week we'll be breaking down the latest stories in the MCU beat by beat by discussing what works, what doesn't, and what it all means.This week's most important topics are: The Clandestines Friend Goals Wedding Ceremonies Heroic Consequences Final Thoughts In this episode we reference: Kevin Feige says we'll hear more about Marvel's next big saga "in the coming months" by Matt Maytum Ms. Marvel is Cultural Representation Wrapped in Bubblegum and Pathos by Imran Khan The Ms. Marvel episode in review is called, "Destined," and it was directed by Meera Menon and written by Freddy Syborn and A. C. Bradley & Matthew Chauncey!This episode remains spoiler free until around 6 minutes and 47 seconds!Each week we always ask for your first impressions of the latest episode on social media, but we set up a phone number you can call if you'd rather leave an audio message with your thoughts! We'll even include them in the show.Call: 512-893-1355Transcripts are available on the episode's page here! The transcripts are generated through Descript.Don't forget you can follow us on Twitter or Instagram to let us know what you think of the season premiere of Ms. Marvel!Twitter: @MCUNeedtoKnowInstagram: @MCUNeedtoknowIf you'd like to join our discord you can find that here:https://discord.gg/7EEFXSkIf you want to follow Jude you can find them here!Twitter: @JhubbitInstagram: @JhubbitIf you want to follow Trey you can find them here!Twitter: @TheTapStreamInstagram:@TheTapStreamwww.thetapstream.comAlso would like to give a special thanks to Nick Sandy for the use of our theme song! You can find more of his work here!Twitter: @Nick_SandyInsta: @Nick_SandyPhotographySoundCloud: MusicYoutube: Pick NickWant more of our podcast? Check out our website for more episodes and news!www.mcuneedtoknow.comThis episode was recorded with Adobe Audition (Trey), Reaper (Jude) and edited by Jude.
Mastering Self is True Strength The practice of intentionally influencing your thinking, feeling and actions towards your objectives Andrew Bryant is passionate about waking people up to their best possible selves, whether that is the C-Suite of a company or disadvantaged teenagers. Episode 100 (Andrew is living in Portugal. He has ties to England, Australia, Singapore and Brazil) In this conversation with Andrew Bryant we explore: The three pillars of self leadership The enduring significance of Aristotle's Logos, Pathos and Ethos The difference between who you are and what you do The underpinning of self esteem to self confidence The importance of self validation The value of experiencing failure and crisis Andrew Bryant is author of four books, including Self Leadership and his latest, The New Leadership Playbook, Being Human Whist Delivering Accelerated Results. Learn more about this book and his offers at www.TheNewLeadershipPlaybook.com Learn more about Andrew's programs on developing Self Leadership at www.SelfLeadership.com ----- Excerpts from this conversation with Andrew Bryant The three pillars of self leadership: Self awareness Self regulation Self learning ----- 07:15 That's curious, sometimes labelling the activity is enough to provide the insight to fix it. 07:29 Can be. I love the metaphor of dragons, and the mythical creatures, but we all have our own dragons, you know, whether that's a negative self talk, or a lack of self belief or self worth. And an interesting thing is that we feed our own dragons don't we? We talk negatively about ourselves or other people. And those dragons get bigger and bigger and bigger, fatter, and fatter and fatter. And at some point in coaching and recognizing that in a narrative way, you got to just stop feeding that dragon, you got to put it on a die, you've got to stop this. And then the dragon gets smaller and smaller. But the trick is to never let the dragon go away completely. Because those dragons serve as a purpose that the negative self talk that the pessimism, it actually protects us from hubris. It protects us from doing really stupid things. I've got a good friendly relationship with my own dragons. These are some things that if I feed them, you know, will get me in a lot of trouble. Thankfully, I'm at an age where I've tamed those dragons and I have people around me that can hold me accountable. They go, hey, you know, Andrew, you've gone a bit too far this way. Ah, yes. playing that one out. So that's where this you move from self awareness into self regulation or self management, which is the second pillar of self leadership is okay, I know that, you know, I can be a victim of hubris or arrogance or ridiculousness or whatever your particular Dragon is. ----- Well, it was breaking the dragon down. So dragons are a construct, right? They are anything in our brain is a construct. I mean, we, we, as human beings are meaning making machines, we we construct meaning out of anything that happens, right? ----- 15:23 Hmm. And it sounds like part of self-leadership is self-validation, being willing to, to validate oneself without depending on that external validation, which is nice once in a while. It's always nice to hear somebody say something and mean it. Yeah, but we need to be comfortable with ourselves. 15:46 Yeah, a lot of time people, particularly for executives, they're looking for executive presence, the ability to project gravitas and confidence and poise under pressure. And so they're looking for that confidence that a lot of people say to me, Andrew, I really need to develop my confidence. And sometimes it is confidence they need, but to what you're speaking is the self esteem that is underneath the confidence. Confidence is I've done in the past, I'm doing it now. And therefore I can project into the future that I'm unlikely to be able to be successful doing that again. But self esteem is the self value underneath that. Because the word esteem is an old word for value, isn't it? So it's self value. And it's it's actually a verb, not a noun, we don't have self esteem as a fixed quantity, it's a daily process, like taking a shower, you know, it works for a few hours. And then you're going to need another one, we need to self value on a regular basis to know what our value proposition is. And so some people who say I lacked confidence actually are not they don't know their own value. One of the exercises I do in my my workshops, whether that's in person or online, is I get people to say, Hi, my name is fill in blank, my value to my organization is, and you know, people really struggle with this. They talk about their role and the things they do. Yeah, all of those things are great, but we could find somebody else to fill that role to do that job. What is your value? What is it that you uniquely bring to your position? And a lot of people struggle with that. But when they get it Oh, actually, I'm valuable, and then they usually realize they're being undervalued. And then it's when we use the self leadership to move into the executive presence, and then into the influence capital, you know, how do I get paid? And or how do I generate a business for, for the value that I'm providing? ----- And the third one is have fun. I mean, just don't be a leader all the time. Go spend time with your family, go to spend time with friends and do something for your community. But and this is where I the in the introduction where I worked with at risk teenagers in Singapore with a charity where they gave some of my time where I could I could teach the self esteem self confidence, communication and leadership skills to teenagers that helped me grow as a human being some Much more than the stuff I was getting paid for. And I find that the best leaders are doing something outside of the day to day nine to five stuff that they're being paid for. And it makes them grow as human beings. And I'm very proud to to some of the philanthropy that has been set up by some of my clients who go, Okay, well, I'm been making millions of dollars my company, but why could I not set up a not for profit and make a difference there? They are so much more energized by that and it prevents them reaching burnout. Because anytime you do something for somebody else, what you get back is tenfold ----- ----more---- Your Intended Message is the podcast about how you can boost your career and business success by honing your communication skills. We'll examine the aspects of how we communicate one-to-one, one to few and one to many – plus that important conversation, one to self. In these interviews we will explore presentation skills, public speaking, conversation, persuasion, negotiation, sales conversations, marketing, team meetings, social media, branding, self talk and more. Your host is George Torok George is a specialist in communication skills. Especially presentation. He's fascinated by the links between communication and influencing behaviours. He delivers training and coaching programs to help leaders and promising professionals deliver the intended message for greater success. Connect with George www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgetorokpresentations/ https://www.youtube.com/user/presentationskills https://www.instagram.com/georgetorok/
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Both the end of the media academy season and the 55th Sweeny vs Bard. Alexander discusses different realms: the realm of one dogma, the realm of many dogmas in dialectic, and the realm of no dogma—in terms of sex, education and social organization. We also talked about sex difference, shamanism, and the difference between the tantric and the sutric realm. 2 hours of mad ideation and fun. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-c709ee4/message
In Folge 207 von "Ausgesprochen: Fröhlich mit Schäfer" reden die beiden Podcasterinnen über Schnabelmix, Schokoshake und Laternelaufen mit Pathos. All das und noch viel mehr in Episode 207.
Es ist mal wieder Zeit für eine Zwischenfolge. Und wir haben uns entschieden, diesmal den Schwerpunkt auf die Lästerei zu legen. Denn wie Ihr wisst, haben wir es beim Ballaballa-Balkan nicht so mit Nationen und Nationalstolz. Deshalb nehmen wir uns jetzt die Nationalhymnen der Nachfolgestaaten Jugoslawiens vor. Und zwar jede einzelne. Und man, gibt es da was zu erzählen. Slowenen schreiben serbische Hymnen, Serben kroatisch und die Deutschen mischen auch mal wieder mit. Alles ist dabei: Pathos, Schwermut und Nazis. Also: Hand aufs Herz und Ohren aufgesperrt. Dann erfahrt, welche die persönlichen Favoriten von Danijel und Krsto sind. Und noch so einiges mehr.
On today's episode, what begins as a gentle "what have you been reading lately" morphs into Bob and Chris gushing about how rad poetry is even when the world is difficult. Bob reads "Snow Theory" by Ocean Vuong, Chris reads "Ethos, Pathos" by Sebastian Castillo, and then Bob says nice things about the Boston Celtics.
On June 24th, instrumental progressive duo Pathos & Logos will release their new EP, Cult. This collection of songs can be pre-ordered now at: https://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001jiySe_m3MqATRrAECDkPKALdpmV-BNkECLnrGkrkL9nHil_qKo_3aTrlhCAIfnHqYJti5UMSLPhkOGlHrLY3sHpJvR_3gqAxxM5rLe_GvAKA5YnpUVLE1CF7cylzHpcrHKKKDmYStvKH3HmY3-aCD-_gd8bAyR_f&c=jGCQYr0IT5ILFTQQn8_mdcxWWw5AaB5tQVahhlswwXJuCV6lq0oJsg==&ch=MpXTH35hPpPB76cQ_3TcTKTQF5Pc2HNMzj_3aQwaPYlkHT5DlhGOHA== (pathosandlogos.com/merch) - where the tracks are available as individual Tarot Cards (the full record can also be purchased as a photo book, CD, and digital album). For a preview of Cult, a live video [produced by Pathos & Logos with the help of Nick Pelc (@augminished_nick)] for the new single - "Novitiate" - can be viewed now exclusively via The Prog Report: https://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001jiySe_m3MqATRrAECDkPKALdpmV-BNkECLnrGkrkL9nHil_qKo_3aSezeagSoTVWhDmueyFgf_92wDuwDmeAZ6V99S5lASSZUBdxI-C9X2X9OXSYGXkT4yHa6t4DD4ohGUTefb7H4IovCVWIZaCTPVKjmb_CGwKja06bJAYg3W8cdTYn2SsvcxpF30plFEpi&c=jGCQYr0IT5ILFTQQn8_mdcxWWw5AaB5tQVahhlswwXJuCV6lq0oJsg==&ch=MpXTH35hPpPB76cQ_3TcTKTQF5Pc2HNMzj_3aQwaPYlkHT5DlhGOHA== (https://progreport.com/pathos-logos-premieres-video-novitiate) The previously released single, "Regnum", can be seen at: https://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001jiySe_m3MqATRrAECDkPKALdpmV-BNkECLnrGkrkL9nHil_qKo_3aTrlhCAIfnHqGe1XZ7zWV_vRBl-xXu5Q1Wllj6dNxFDqVWNn_1yg1s8ZeHVroypa7mHyujWpl9t3QLlySnFSFSRl2cvYawiw35W74YRrlFvPZ3BsFazhmr-OCBwCIr6BIQ==&c=jGCQYr0IT5ILFTQQn8_mdcxWWw5AaB5tQVahhlswwXJuCV6lq0oJsg==&ch=MpXTH35hPpPB76cQ_3TcTKTQF5Pc2HNMzj_3aQwaPYlkHT5DlhGOHA== (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kSTwj54dC8) In regards to the Tarot Card packaging (referred to as "The Codex"), Pathos & Logos comments: "We devised this for several reasons…People are using their devices - phones, tablets, etc - to consume music much more than CDs, so 'The Codex' is in part a response to that. It comes in a book format and also as individual cards. Each song on the album has a Tarot-like format that has Art on the front, the name of the song, and a brief statement at the bottom explaining the steps for participating in 'The Order' (our term for like-minded individuals who are serious about art and find meaning from it - including, and hopefully, our art!); the back has QR codes that take the user either to a play-through video of the song, the merch or the tour dates portions of our website. Another reason why we decided to create it was just to do something new and creative that people haven't seen before. This band, its music and its meaning are a long time coming for us, and we really want to do everything we can to make a mark." For more information about the Tarot Cards and artwork, fans can read an exclusive "Behind The Cover"-interview with guitarist Kyle Neeley and drummer Paul Christiansen at Heaviest of Art: https://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001jiySe_m3MqATRrAECDkPKALdpmV-BNkECLnrGkrkL9nHil_qKo_3aTrlhCAIfnHq8ID0UfeObYfWkcvdkAsgmepqdnSFcvNKdBZXZhXClGsM0RtmLtXw7nCRdIFSnTEGphBa8sEMPltO9na7UkQoXXVFluuf5G0qwh5eIcODg1-rbSnhPUmTrQzxf40DLozz-iUxoFotX9nBQDqjBFo0uA==&c=jGCQYr0IT5ILFTQQn8_mdcxWWw5AaB5tQVahhlswwXJuCV6lq0oJsg==&ch=MpXTH35hPpPB76cQ_3TcTKTQF5Pc2HNMzj_3aQwaPYlkHT5DlhGOHA== (https://www.heaviestofart.com/post/behind-the-cover-pathos-logos-cult)
There are several references I will mention in our exploration of influence. The first and most important belongs to my mentor Dr Stephen Covey. This deep rich leadership book has one of the most comprehensive cioverages of influence principles I have ever found.Principle Centered Leadership