Order my new book: The Pursuit Of Excellence https://bit.ly/excellencehawk Text LEARNERS to 44222 for more... Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and the author of Willpower Doesn't Work and Personality Isn't Permanent. He also co-authored Who Not How with Dan Sullivan, which sold over 120,000 copies in the first 4 months of publication. Their most recent book is called, The Gap and The Gain. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Harvard Business Review, the New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, and many others. For several years, he was the #1 most-read writer on Medium.com. Notes: The broaden and build theory — Dr. Barbara Fredeickson — shows that positive emotions are the starting point of learning, growth, and high performance “Competing against someone else puts you in the gap. Your happiness as a person is dependent on what you measure yourself against.” More specifically you measure your own gains, rather than worrying about other people. When we measure ourselves against that ideal, we're in "the GAP." However, when we measure ourselves against our previous selves, we're in "the GAIN." "This one simple concept is a masterclass on positive psychology, healthy relationships, mental well-being, and high-performance. Everything that psychologists know about how to create a high-functioning and successful person can be achieved using The GAP and the GAIN." Who Not How -- Life is about surrounding yourself with the right WHO's. Who are the WHO's in your life to help you achieve what you want? “Surround yourself with people who remind you more of your future than your past. —Dan Sullivan” Commitment creates freedom -- Once the decision is made, then you can focus on the work. I like thinking of it that way and in a way it frees your mind when the decision, the commitment has been made. “Your behavior doesn't come from your personality. Rather, your personality is shaped by your behavior. When you act a certain way, you then judge yourself based on your actions. Hence, you can quickly alter your identity simply by altering your behavior.” “The belief that you cannot change leads to a victim mentality. If you are determined by nature to be what you are, then there is nothing you can do about your lot in life. Conversely, the belief that you can change leads you to take responsibility for your life. You may have been born with certain constraints, but you can change those constraints, allowing yourself to improve and grow.” “Don't join an easy crowd; you won't grow. Go where the expectations and the demands to perform are high. —Jim Rohn” “You are never pre-qualified to live your dreams. You qualify yourself by doing the work. By committing—even overcommitting—to what you believe you should do.” “You shape the garden of your mind by planting specific things from your environment, such as the books you read, experiences you have, and people you surround yourself with.” “True learning is a permanent change in cognition and/or behavior. In other words, learning involves a permanent change in how you see and act in the world. The accumulation of information isn't learning. Lots of people have heads full of information they don't know what to do with. If you want to learn something quickly, you need to immerse yourself in that thing and immediately implement what you're learning.” “You need to deepen the quality and intimacy of your relationships with other people. Our culture is being shaped to isolate us more and more from each other. Addiction is becoming an epidemic. When you have deep and meaningful relationships, your chances of unhealthy addiction are far less. The following are four principles for overcoming harmful defaults in your environment.”
While we all can recall the fierce response America had to the horrific events of 9-11, 2001 in prosecuting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the passage of the Patriot Act, the development of the Homeland Security Department and the use of torture and black sites against those who came to be called enemy combatants. And … Continue reading EP 502 The Response to 9-11 Takes on a Permanent, Subtle Tone Throughout Government
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Today we are re-sharing our Invest Like the Best episode with Chris Dixon from April 2021. Chris is one of the leading minds in Web3 and a must-follow for anyone in the space. Chris is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, and a prolific investor and thinker, having been both an entrepreneur and angel investor. He is now focused on investing in the crypto and blockchain space for Andreessen. Our conversation focuses on Chris's overall thesis for investing in the cryptocurrency space, the opportunities and limitations of blockchain applications, and why this is the most interesting area for investing and building over the next ten years. What's exciting to me is blockchain technology's ability to help us re-imagine old business models and catapult them into the 21st century – and we cover a lot of them. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Chris Dixon. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to mentioned content, check out the episode page here. ------ This episode is brought to you by Canalyst. Canalyst is the leading destination for public company data and analysis. If you've been scrambling to keep up with the deluge of IPOs and SPACs these days, Canalyst has models on Coinbase, Roblox, Qualtrics and everything in between. Learn more and try Canalyst for yourself at canalyst.com/patrick. ------ This episode is brought to you by Tegus. Tegus has built the most extensive primary information platform available for investors. With Tegus, you can learn everything you'd want to know about a company in an on-demand digital platform. Investors share their expert calls, allowing others to instantly access more than 20,000 calls on Affirm, Teladoc, Roblox, or almost any company of interest. All you have to do is log in. Visit tegus.co/patrick to learn more. ------ Web3 Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Web3 Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @Web3Breakdowns | @patrick_oshag | @JoinColossus Show Notes [00:03:56] - [First question] - His overall crypto investing philosophy [00:06:37] - New opportunities presented by blockchain technology [00:15:31] - Permanent limitations and shortcomings of blockchains [00:18:32] - Evolution of DeFi and crypto currencies [00:21:11] - Whitepapers: Bitcoin, Ethereum, MakerDAO [00:22:08] - How to take out a loan using the Maker protocol [00:23:22] - Utility of Dai and stablecoins [00:29:14] - How the DeFi network will reinvent the future [00:39:53] - Uniswap, tokens, and fundamentally redefining leverage [00:36:29] - The Company: A Short History of a Revolutionary Idea [00:38:00] - Developer and entrepreneurial incentives for building blockchain technology [00:39:46] - BitClout, Rally and the early days of social tokens [00:46:38] - Demand curve and value creation efficiency in a digital creator economy [00:47:24] - NFTs and a Thousand True Fans [00:54:49] - Polkadot, Solana, Cosmos and programmable blockchains [00:58:03] - The most exciting moment for him in the last year [01:00:19] - Decentralized autonomous organizations [01:02:46] - The single thing that has him most excited about the future of this space [01:05:18] - The Next Big Thing Will Start Out Looking Like a Toy
We had the pleasure of interviewing Ultra Q over Zoom video! Oakland-based four-piece band Ultra Q have released their new EP Get Yourself A Friend today (via Royal Mountain Records). Fronted by Jakob Armstrong and featuring brothers Enzo and Chris Malaspina as well as Kevin Judd, the new EP was co-produced by Armstrong and Martin Cooke (Of Monsters And Men, Death Cab For Cutie, Destroy Boys) and features songwriting from Stefan Babcock, lead singer of PUP. Click HERE to buy/stream Get Yourself A FriendClick HERE to watch the video for “Get Yourself A Friend” Ultra Q have also released the official music video for the title track today which was shot by Pennacky, the Japanese director behind all of the music videos for 88Rising's soundtrack for Marvel's Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings. Upon meeting Armstrong and Pennacky immediately connected on their love of The Cure and a deep-cut video that inspired Pennacky to attach the camera to a rope for the new visual. Pennacky is also an avid fan of the Ultraman Sci-Fi series and drew from the original plot to shape the story of the video. Opening double-shot “Pupkin” and “It's Permanent” soar to the heights of Ultra Q's powers in much different ways; the former a black-clad romp through a rainy graveyard, the former pushing straight to the clouds with its soaring chorus. “Straight Jacket” veers pleasantly close to the jangle-pop of the Go-Betweens. “Bowman” features guitars like cats getting into a scratch-fight while an astoundingly metronomic drumbeat is played live rather than punched out on a beat pad. Closing the EP is its title track, an affecting end credits anthem full of nostalgia and a twinge of regret. On the song, which Babcock helped to arrange, Armstrong shares, “I think this track sums up what this EP is supposed to be, a coming-of-age farewell to our youth. It's about being young and in love. Being reckless, and overstimulated. Feeling like the tragedies in your life are permanent and without any direction. We've grown up, even if it's ever so slight.” As a whole, Get Yourself A Friend marks the synthesis of a songwriter's vision and his band's ability, forged through an invisible existential threat and an ever-changing world, eager to show what they've found while we were all inside. Ultra Q's previous EPs, In a Cave in a Video Game and We're Starting To Get Along, saw the band gain praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, NME, and Vice, in addition to leading to tours with The Regrettes, Hockey Dad, and Bad Suns. Jakob Armstrong—youngest son of Green Day frontman Billie Joe—began playing guitar at seven years old and honed his craft privately until about sixteen, playing in bands in and around Oakland after meeting friends with like-minded tastes in music. Soon enough, with the memories of Ultraman action figures fighting in his mind, he and a group of friends he cultivated from those years playing around and pouring over records, formed Ultra Q. The band will play Atlanta's Shaky Knees Festival in Spring 2022. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #UltraQ #Punk #EastBayPunk #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
Strong. Calm. Serene. So are the vessels of Sonja Blomdahl. In an industrial neighborhood near Seattle's Lake Union, the artist turned loose her vivid colors into the unsuspecting gray of her spacious cinderblock and cement studio. If a Scandinavian flavor is detected in the hue of her celestial orbs, it is by chance as she credits rainy Seattle as her primary inspiration. But Blomdahl is in fact of Swedish descent, leaving some collectors of her work to wonder if the Scandinavian sense of style and design is in her blood. After graduating from Massachusetts College of Art with a BFA in ceramics, Blomdahl studied at Orrefors Glass School in Sweden for six months, providing her with a solid background in efficiently handling her material. Upon arrival at the glass factory in 1976, she had $300 in her pocket. When her apprenticeship was over and in need of cash, Blomdahl went to work as a cleaning woman in a Swedish hospital to finance trips to Italy and the British Isles. Back in Massachusetts, she blew glass in a New Hampshire studio for nine months until Dan Dailey, a former teacher at Mass Art, invited her to be his teaching assistant at Pilchuck. Three weeks at Pilchuck in the summer of 1978 proved to be a pivotal time in Blomdahl's career, for it was there that she viewed the Italian master Checco Ongaro demonstrate the double bubble or incalmo technique. She honed this process over the next two years while working at the Glass Eye Studio in Seattle and teaching glassblowing at Pratt Fine Arts Center. After her first exhibition at Traver in 1981, Blomdahl stopped working at the Glass Eye, bought a three-month Euro Rail pass and traveled around Europe. There, she had the opportunity to produce new work in Ann Wolff's studio in Sweden – a wonderful experience that further entrenched Blomdahl's desire to establish her own hotshop. She shipped the work made there back to Seattle and had a second sell-out show at Traver, allowing her to build a studio in 1982, where she worked for the next 25 years. Currently on view in Venice and American Studio Glass, curated by Tina Oldknow and William Warmus, Blomdahl's work was the focus of solo exhibitions at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, Montgomery, Alabama; Martha's Vineyard Glassworks, West Tisbury, Massachusetts; and the William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, Washington. Permanent installations and collections include American Craft Museum, New York, New York; Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas; Museum of Decorative Art, Prague, Czech Republic; Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York; and Kitazawa Contemporary Glass Museum, Kitazawa, Japan, to name a few. She has held teaching positions at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine, and the Appalachian Center in Smithville, Tennessee. Blomdahl's focus has been the vessel. She states: “In the vessel, I find the form to be of primary importance. It holds the space. In a sense, the vessel is a history of my breath: It contains the volume within. If I have done things correctly, the profile of the piece is a continuous curve; the shape is full, and the opening confident. Color is often the joy in making a piece. I want the colors to glow and react with each other. The clear band between the colors acts as an optic lens; it moves the color around and allows you to see into the piece. The relationship between form, color, proportion, and process intrigued me.”
Going Against the Grain - Permanent Wood FoundationsSeriously? Aren't the terms "permanent" and "wood" used together below-grade a contradiction in terms? Turns out that if you honor the four continuous control layers below-grade on a foundation framed with pressure-treated wood, both the science and the construction actually work. Is the margin for error probably tighter than with concrete? Very well could be, but framing below-grade seems to bring more attention to detail, as Pete, Jake, and Steve attest.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is having a pivotal leadership election right now, and the results will set the future course for one of the most storied unions in existence. This election officially marks the end of the Hoffa era as James P. Hoffa, son of Jimmy Hoffa, is retiring as Teamsters General President. Members have cast their votes for who they want to head the union in the new era, and the ballots are being counted as we speak. We will be bringing you a rank-and-file breakdown of the election in the coming weeks, but for now we are releasing one of our recent bonus episodes on the public feed so listeners can have some context and understand the importance of this election. In this episode, we talk with journalist Indigo Olivier about the Teamsters leadership election and the 46th annual Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU) convention, which was held in Chicago on October 1-3. Olivier is a 2020–2021 fellow with In These Times' Leonard C. Goodman Institute for Investigative Reporting and her writing has been featured at outlets like Jacobin, In These Times, and The Nation. She is also a member of NYC-DSA. Additional links/info below... Indigo's Twitter page Indigo's author page at In These Times Indigo Olivier, Jacobin, "Teamster Rank-and-File Reformers Are Making a Bid for Union Leadership" Working People, "The Teamsters Have Entered the Chat (w/ Joe Allen)" Ryan Haney, Labor Notes, "Teamster Insurgents Plan for a Win—And What Comes After" Andy Sernatinger, In These Times, "Hoffa's House Divided: The 2021 Teamster Election, Explained" International Brotherhood of Teamsters Election Results Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"
Host Daniel Bauer provides weekday motivation for the modern educator. Listeners can expect tools and tricks from a variety of sources: inspirational books, stories from the mastermind, and weekly challenges. Learn more and listen to the category defining leadership conversation for school leaders, Better Leaders Better Schools at https://betterleadersbetterschools.com Copyright © 2021 Better Leaders Better Schools
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The American Conservative’s Shaun Rieley joins Senior Editor Christopher Bedford and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky. The three discuss how the Glasgow Climate Conference revealed a transformation that’s taken place in our society through the last two years of tyrannical COVID-19 lockdowns and mandates. Technocrats have figured out that they transform “emergency” COVID powers into permanent […]
The American Conservative’s Shaun Rieley joins Senior Editor Christopher Bedford and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky. The three discuss how the Glasgow Climate Conference revealed a transformation that’s taken place in our society through the last two years of tyrannical COVID-19 lockdowns and mandates. Technocrats have figured out that they transform “emergency” COVID powers into permanent emergency powers over climate change.
Do you feel put in your place? Out of place? Displaced? Like your circumstances are God's way of bringing your low? Good news! Father God has taken us out of the old and placed us in Himself, through Jesus. This is your permanent place! Join Graham Cooke and I this week as we discuss the prime place of engagement with God: https://challenge.grahamcooke.com Key scripture in this episode:
Host Rosanna Deerchild speaks with Tomson Highway, a world-renowned Cree playwright, novelist, and concert pianist, about his new memoir Permanent Astonishment, which just won the 2021 Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction worth $60,000.
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35,000 members of the Alliance of Health Care Unions, a coalition of 21 local unions representing over 52,000 workers at the healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente in states around the country, have set a strike date. Unless the company addresses the serious issues that workers have raised at the bargaining table, Kaiser workers will walk off the job on Nov. 15, and thousands more may join in what could become one of the largest strikes ever in the healthcare sector. The core issues that led to the potential strike not only involve adequate compensation for union workers, but also the dire concerns about healthcare workers being grossly overworked and under-resourced, as well as two-tier employment and the struggle to draw in and retain trained staff. On top of the essential concerns that directly impact the jobs and livelihoods of healthcare workers, the outcome of this high-stakes labor struggle will have huge implications for the future of healthcare in the US as we know it. In this special edition of Working People, TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez speaks with two Kaiser workers, Hannah Winchester, DPT, and Nicholas Eng, RNFA, about the work that they do, the changes they've experienced in the healthcare system, and the dire conditions that have led to a potential strike. Hannah Winchester is a home health physical therapist by trade; she is also her department's Labor Partner, a shop steward, and a member of the bargaining team for the Oregon Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals (OFNHP) Professional Bargaining Unit. Nicholas Eng has been a nurse for nearly 10 years; he is also an OFNHP shop steward and is currently on release for OFNHP to be present for contract bargaining and to help with organizing union members and actions, including strike planning. Additional links/info below… The Alliance of Health Care Unions website, Facebook page, and Twitter page Oregon Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals website, Facebook page, Twitter page, and Instagram OFNHP Cares – Member Hardship Relief Fund Noah Lanard, Mother Jones, ““You Are Worth More”: Kaiser Permanente Workers Are on the Verge of a Historic Strike” Dave Muoio, Fierce Healthcare, “Nearly 32,000 Kaiser Permanente Workers Set to Strike Nov. 15. Tens of Thousands More Mulling Their Own Demonstrations” Working People, The Real News Network, “A Small-Town Hospital Goes After Its Union Nurses” Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song" Post-Production: Adam Coley
On this episode of SimplyPodLogical, Cristine and Ben talk about Cristine's new scholarship at Carleton University, how it works, and reflect on why creating this scholarship was important to her.
We are so excited to invite our good friend and fan favorite, Dr. Benjamin Hardy, back onto the podcast. Dr. Hardy is the bestselling author of Willpower Doesn't Work, Personality Isn't Permanent, and Who Not How. He joins us on System & Soul to talk about his recently released book, The Gap and the Gain, which he co-authored with Dan Sullivan. Dr. Hardy explains that every experience can be leveraged into a “gain.” Rather than allowing your experiences to happen to you, great leaders happen to their own experiences. The difference means being the creator of your experiences instead of the consumer of your experiences. This episode is brought to you by System & Soul Coaching. Are you limiting your impact as a leader? We know you're experienced in the world of business, entrepreneurship, and leadership development. We know you're smart, intentional, business-savvy folks. But are you playing too small? One of the greatest steps you can take after years of leading a company or organization is to become a coach for other businesses. I've been a business coach for over 10 years after a 20 year corporate career, and I have to tell you, I couldn't imagine doing anything else. It's also why Benj and founded System & Soul. We're training coaches right now to help small businesses everywhere experience breakthrough in both the system and the soul of their business. If you're ready to expand your capacity and create impact like never before, let's go! Get on my calendar so I can tell you more. Head over to SystemandSoul.com/Coach. Resources: The Gap and the Gain: Benjamin Hardy and Dan Sullivan More Benjamin Hardy Books Dr. Benjamin Hardy's YouTube Channel Benjamin Hardy
In this special episode, Working People producer Jules Taylor (@realjulestaylor) speaks with working musician and farm laborer Michael Francis McCarthy. Jules and Michael have known each other for a few years, having met during an event in Woodstock, NY where Michael was performing. Michael paints a sobering picture of what earning a living by working as a singer/songwriter looks like. Unlock the video for this episode here: Patreon About Michael Francis McCarthy - Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Bandcamp Additional links/info below… Blake Morgan, The Hill, "American middle-class musicians are worth fighting for" John W. Barry, The Poughkeepsie Journal, "Coronavirus: With arts and entertainment shuttered, can derailed industry recover?" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song" Michael Francis McCarthy, "Goodnight, Toll Collector"
SUMMARY: Discover how the financial system encourages fraud and discourages oversight. Jared Bibler joins Andy to discuss his work investigating financial systems dating back to the Great Recession of 2008. SHOW NOTES: 4:36: What Made Iceland So Corrupt Leading Into The Great Recession? 14:36: How Do Governments Encourage Financial Corruption? 17:43: How Has Financial Oversight Changed Since 2008? 22:06: How Are Central Banks Becoming Weaker? 26:29: Will Crypto Help Safeguard Fraud In The Financial System? 34:21: How Can Investors Protect Themselves From Systemic Corruption? 40:34: How Can Systemic Corruption Be Corrected?
6PM - With new vaccine order for big companies, Washington state firms fret over the details // Pfizer antiviral drug could nearly end deaths from COVID-19, company study suggests // EUGENE STORE OWNER ATTACKED WHILE ENFORCING MASK MANDATE // Inflation puts a strain on grocery shopping for Americans // Meet skimpflation: A reason inflation is worse than the government says it is // Sen. Murray urges country to move to permanent Daylight Saving Time See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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If linking from the Twitter feed, click the little POD icon right below the date to listen Subscribe at iTunes, search Istrouma October 31 | Understand Overcome Welcome! We're glad you've joined us today for our Sunday morning worship service! For more information about Istrouma, go to istrouma.org or contact us at email@example.com. We glorify God by making disciples of all nations. Locations & Times Istrouma BR Campus 10500 Sam Rushing Dr, Baton Rouge, LA 70816, USA Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 10:30 AM Connection Card https://istrouma.org/myinfo October 31, 2021 | Tim Keith "The Helmet of Salvation" Ephesians 6:17a (CSB) 1 Thessalonians 5:8 CSB 8 But since we belong to the day, let us be self-controlled and put on the armor of faith and love, and a helmet of the hope of salvation. Justification Sanctification Glorification Romans 8:18 CSB 18 For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is going to be revealed to us. The Bread Luke 23:46 CSB 46 And Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I entrust my spirit.” Saying this, he breathed his last. The Wine His Blood Is Perfect 2 Corinthians 5:21 - Paul tells us that Jesus NEVER sinned. But, He took our sin upon Himself. His Blood is Pure Hebrews 9:14 – Jesus offered Himself UNBLEMISHED to God His Blood is Perpetual Hebrews 7:27 -- … Jesus sacrificed for our sins once for all when He offered Himself. His Blood is Powerful Revelation 12:11 – they OVERCAME Satan by the blood of the Lamb His Blood is Permanent 1 John 1:7 - We don't wash it away as a stain but, instead, it WASHED AWAY our stain of sin! Psalms 103:12 CSB 12 As far as the east is from the west,so far has he removed our transgressions from us. Get Ready 1 Corinthians 11:28 CSB 28 Let a person examine himself; in this way let him eat the bread and drink from the cup. 1 Corinthians 11:31-32 CSB 31 If we were properly judging ourselves, we would not be judged, 32 but when we are judged by the Lord, we are disciplined, so that we may not be condemned with the world. THE LORD'S SUPPER 1 Corinthians 11:23-24 CSB 23 For I received from the Lord what I also passed on to you: On the night when he was betrayed, the Lord Jesus took bread, 24 and when he had given thanks, broke it, and said, “This is my body, which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” John 6:51 CSB 51 I am the living bread that came down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread he will live forever. The bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.” 1 Corinthians 11:25 CSB 25 In the same way also he took the cup, after supper, and said, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me.” Matthew 26:28 CSB 28 For this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. Want to receive weekly announcements in your inbox each week? Click here to add your name to our mailing list: https://istrouma.org/email Give Online Text ISTROUMA IBC to 73256 or go to: https://istrouma.org/give Our Website https://istrouma.org
How do you steel yourself against a random universe that seems determined to turn you into an accidental killing machine? Onus Playhouse attempts to answer that question with Dark Lullaby, the Serene Dominic musical directed for the stage by Sheri Amourr for four performances in downtown Phoenix in 2018. Our story begins in 1989 at San Jacinto Federal Prison, which periodically invites troubled teens from Lymon Juvenile Detention Facility to listen to Death Row prisoners' hard luck storied in an attempt to discourage them from a life of crime. And music. Enter Tom Reynolds, a once-gainfully employed guitar player now fronting a death row prison band. Reynolds recounts how trying to get to the West Coast to reunite with his actress girlfriend Joanna, led to a string of accidental murders.Songs in this episode include "San Jacinto Death Row Prison Band," "Titillation" and "You're Gonna Know All About Me." Cast:Tom Reynolds - Serene DominicWarden Oliver Crosley - Jim DustanStinson - Mark Stinson Pasco - Anthony LiccesseJemsek - Andrew JemsekJoanna - Kristen SaggauTed Shackleford - Matt StrangwayesScary Foot Fetish Prisoner - TR PressNarrator - Kevin Vaughan-BrubakerJoanna's singing was performed by Lisa MarmurAll songs were written by Serene Dominic and performed by San Jacinto Prison BandOriginal Cast Album available on Onus RecordsDark Lullaby was directed by Sheri Amourr & Serene DominicOriginal Musical Score by Steve AsettaAlso available on Onus RecordsFashions by Botany 5000 Click here to stream the Original Podcast Cast Album available on Onus RecordsClick here to stream the incidental musical score by Steve Asetta, also on Onus Records.
On an incredibly timely Main Event, The Trio of Terror (Scott, Nate & Steve) discuss the stunning news about Ring of Honor and their hiatus, and is it Temporary or Permanent? Also, ROH history, legends, shows, mistakes and more! So sit back in the Seat of Honor and enjoy the newest episode of the Main Event! www.teepublic.com and type PTBW in the search
Es uno de los conferencistas mas destacados del planeta. Su nuevo libro se llama "Las trampas del miedo". Con ustedes, el inquebrantable, Daniel Habif.www.danielhabif.com No dejes de cumplir esos sueños y para eso, te invito al GTD Academy que comienza el 16 de noviembre. Si quieres un descuento de 15% envía un email a firstname.lastname@example.org y escríbenos cual es tu cita ganadora favorita hasta ahora. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/185380005587https://www.ganatudia.com/eventosEn este link puedes obtener el libro "Personality Isn't Permanent", mi favorito de este año.https://amzn.to/3tARomTToma control de tu vida, gana tu día.
We hosted our first ever Working People livestream this week! We got to chat with some special friends about Spooky Season and #Striketober, and we had a sprawling, heartfelt discussion about solidarity and togetherness. This was a special event we put on for an important cause: to raise money for our amazing producer Jules and his family so they can cover the costs of his mom's dialysis treatments. If you missed the livestream, we hope you enjoy this edited audio version of our conversation (check out our YouTube page to watch the video version). The fundraiser is still going, so please donate what you can and help us spread the word. Thank you for all your love and support! Additional links/info below... GoFundMe: Help My Mom Through Dialysis Watch the full video version of our livestream on YouTube Jules's Twitter page Brian "BZ" Douglas's Twitter page Adam Johnson's Twitter page Luis Feliz Leon's Twitter page Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"
Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over ten years broadcasting weekdays – providing you news and commentary rooted in the principles of individual liberty, personal responsibility, limited government and the rule of law. On Thursday's show, we visit with Keith Flaugh, Co-Founder of the Florida Citizens Alliance, about the Governor DeSantis' proposed special legislative session. We visit with Brad Palumbo, National Correspondent for The Foundation for Economic Education, about the probable impact of Biden's proposed capital gains tax increase, and we discuss the attempt by some elected officials to make our pandemic life permanent. We visit with the Founder and President of Less Government, Seton Motley, about last week's Interior Department occupation and the lack of coverage by the main stream media. We also visit with the former Mayor of Naples, Bill Barnett, about fair compensation for first responders on the Paradise Coast. We have terrific guests including William Yeatman, Research Fellow at the Cato Institute, the Director of Health Studies at the Cato Institute, Michael Cannon, author and professor Andrew Joppa, and Dave Bego, the author of “The Devil at Our Doorstep.” Please join us live at 7 a.m. on this website, or you can access the show anytime on podcast platforms (iTunes, TuneIn, Spotify, and Stitcher, Vurbl, and ChoiceSocial).
0232: How Does Spousal Support Work? - Part 2 Visit us at divorceandyourmoney.com for the #1 divorce resources in the USA and get personalized help. In this episode, we are continuing the series on spousal support/alimony, whatever name you want to call it. And the importance of this episode is to cover the different types of spousal support or alimony available. I'm going to go through five different types, temporary support, permanent support, rehabilitative support, lump sum, and partial lump-sum support. So, let's jump in. Let's start with temporary support. Temporary support, generally speaking, is - before or during the divorce process - you have a temporary support amount you may be paying or receiving. It's the support you agree upon before the divorce is over. Pretty clear. The important thing to know about temporary agreements, and I say this almost every day on calls or when people are negotiating, whether you're the person about to pay or receive temporary spousal support, be very careful about what you decide. The numbers that you agree upon for temporary support often become the support numbers you use after divorce. And so, if you agree to a $1,000 a month, oftentimes the agreement after the divorce will be $1,000 a month. There is a lot less flexibility. Generally speaking, once you agree upon a temporary support number that often becomes the final support amount that you use after the divorce process. So, something to be very careful about there. Permanent support. Permanent support is what it sounds like. Permanent support is support for life. It's generally speaking, not as common as it used to be. If you were in a long-term marriage and you didn't work and you're near retirement age, there may be a permanent support amount, but if you are relatively young, then there usually isn't permanent support. It's not something that's automatic or even expected the way it once used to be. That said, it still exists, and that's something that you should be aware of. Every state, of course, as always has its own circumstances in revolving permanent support. Now, there's something between temporary and permanent support that wasn't on my list that I want to jump in, is there's just what your final support amount is. So, it's just what you negotiate. It doesn't necessarily have a fancy name other than your alimony number. So, if your alimony is $1,000 a month for eight years, either paying or receiving, that's just the amount. That's not temporary, that's not permanent, that's just your amount. So, that is the alimony payment. I just want to make that distinction in there very quickly. There's something called rehabilitative support. And it's not always known by that name, but I'm going to go through what it means because its meaning is very relevant to many of the discussions that I have, and that you may be thinking about when it comes to thinking about support and what makes sense. So, rehabilitative support is a very simple concept and that is either you or your spouse may need some additional training to get back on their feet and start earning a reasonable living after the divorce process. If they've been out of the workforce for a period of time, or if you've been out of the workforce for a period of time, it might take one, two, five years to get back on your feet or for your spouse to get back on their feet. And so, in a rehabilitative support model, what often happens is you pay a higher amount of spousal support or receive a higher amount of spousal support for the first few years while that spouse gets their training. So, if they're going to become a paralegal, go back to college, get an advanced degree, some sort of free training, whatever the case may be. Well, you might say, "Well, I'm going to agree to a higher level of support for the first three years that person gets to get back on their feet." And then it's presumed that after those three years, they'll have their certification, they can earn a good living for themselves. And then the support amount declines or goes away or whatever it is that you negotiate. That's what's called rehabilitative support. And it's just there to allow someone to retrain and then start earning funds on their own. So, that's something to think about when it comes to support models. The last two are lump sum and partial lump-sum support. You'll understand lump sum very clearly. A lump sum is paying all the support in one payment, instead of paying it over time or receiving all of your support in one payment, instead of receiving it over time. It's a topic I've discussed on the podcast before. If you haven't gotten the archives with all the podcast episodes, I encourage you to do that. There are some extensive details on how lump sum support can work and ways to negotiate it in that archive of all of the 200 plus podcast episodes, not all of which are public here. But what's important about the lump sum support is let's just say, and I like to use simple numbers, you're going to be paying $1,000 a month for five years, which means you are going to be paying 12,000 a year or 60,000 over five years. A $1,000 a month is what it is. Well, the option is instead of paying 60,000 over five years, what if you just wrote a check for $60,000 and you're done paying support? There is no future support. You're separated from your spouse. You don't have to deal with at least that part of your relationship ever again. Now, conversely, maybe you're on the receiving end. So, you're supposed to get $1,000 a month for five years, so you're supposed to receive $60,000 over five years. Well, maybe you might say, and I'm going to add a wrinkle into this example, you might say, "Well, I want all the money upfront because I don't trust my spouse or I don't want to have to deal with waiting for that monthly $1,000 every month, and I want my money now." So, you might say, "Well, just write me a check for $60,000." But maybe, I don't want to say better yet, but maybe for the sake of negotiation, you're willing to take $55,000 upfront or $50,000 upfront instead of $60,000 over five years. Something that you may want to think about. And so, that would be a lump sum. And so, you get all your money upfront. You might not get the full value, but you get all the money today instead of, or the day your settlement is over or you come to a settlement, rather. You get all the money in one fell swoop, rather than waiting every month for that direct deposit or check to come in the mail. Now, the partial lump sum is also very simple and that is, it's not always financially feasible for people to pay all their support or alimony in a lump sum amount. It just isn't. And sometimes circumstances just won't allow that to happen. And so, what you can do in that situation is you can have what is a partial lump sum. So, let's just say maybe you pay or receive three years upfront and then you get the rest over time, or you pay three years upfront or two years upfront and pay the rest over time. The plus side is you get a chunk of change in the short term if you're on the receiving end. The downside is your monthly payments are going to be lower going forward, but that's not really a downside mathematically. It's just a different way to negotiate the agreement. So, that's something to think about. And then sometimes that works too, where you give someone some and if you're the one paying it, you give someone, your ex-spouse, some starter money, and then they get to do that. And then, in the long run, your payments to them on a monthly basis are much lower. So, something to think about. The reason that a partial lump-sum comes into play is that it's just another tool to have in your toolbox is it may not always be either-or. Sometimes you just can't write a check for a large support amount. It just might not be feasible. So, that's why you might do a partial lump sum. So, something to think about there. So, there are, as I said, different times, types, excuse me, of spousal support to consider. There is temporary support, permanent support. I interjected just what we call support, which is your final agreement, rehabilitative support, or money and more money in the short run for retraining, a lump sum support, and then, of course, a partial lump sum. A lot of different options to think about when you are negotiating a potential spousal support agreement and different options really can apply really well during, rather I should say, different circumstances. And so you should think about what options may make the most sense for you and your circumstance because it's not always set in stone. There's a lot of ability for some creativity when negotiating support agreements and that creativity can help you actually get this divorce done, rather than extending the process out even further, because you're having a hard time coming to the right support agreements and what is financially feasible and acceptable for all parties involved.
No hay una forma más rápida de transformar tu vida que lo que te voy a contar aquí. Este episodio corto pero sencillo también te explico lo que es el GTD Academy para que te unas los cientos de personas que ya han transformado su vida con Gana Tu Día.El último GTD Academy del 2021 comienza Noviembre 16. Te puedes registrar aquí.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/185380005587Mi libro favorito del 2021 es "Personality Isn't Permanent", lo consigues en el link.https://amzn.to/3tARomTToma control de tu vida, gana tu día.
IIn this episode of The Real Word, Byron and Nicole discuss why desktop appraisals may become a permanent fixture within the industry. Next, they review how second home purchases, which soared during 2020, are now starting to slow as prices continue to climb. Finally, just in time for Halloween, the pair covers the listing for the home used in The Nightmare on Elm Street films and how you only have until the 31st to buy it. Sound off in the comments!⬇️ Do you think Desktop Appraisals to Becoming Permanent will disrupt the appraisal industry? Subscribe to The Real Word Channel → https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTTMiZF0wRlmME_ap5EqfnQ?sub_confirmation=1 Racket 1: FHFA: Desktop Appraisals to Become a Permanent Option https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/10/19/fhfa-desktop-appraisals-to-become-a-permanent-option Racket 2: Pacaso Second Home Market Report: Transactions have slowed, prices have soared https://www.pacaso.com/blog/second-home-market-report Marketeer: Inside the ‘Nightmare on Elm Street' house: You have until Halloween to buy it https://nypost.com/2021/10/22/inside-freddy-kreugers-nightmare-on-elm-street-home/ Connect with Byron: Website: https://www.byronlazine.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/byronlazine/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/byronlazine TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@byronlazine The Real Word: https://www.youtube.com/channel/there... 5AM Call Sign-up: https://www.5amcall.com/ Newsletter here: https://www.byronlazine.com/subscribe Connect with Nicole White: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nicolewhiter... Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicolewhiterealtor TIMESTAMPS into 00:00 - 03:17 racket 1 03:18 racket 2 14:19 racket 3 22:00
This week I ramble about home. What it means, how to find it, grab it, know it's for you, and lean into it. This past weekend I finally made the move form McCall to Yellow Pine Idaho. which is currently undergoing a massive population boom. From 23 this past Friday to 24 when I moved there on Saturday! Deep int he heart of nowhere, its an old mining town 3 hours from the next town or grocery store or any sort of signs of civilization. "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro!!" Hunter S. Thompson
When you hear a lie so often that you think it's the truth, we say you've been "gaslighted". That is just as true for government as any other part of your life. From early in the 20th century, Congress has been telling the American people the lie that they limited the number of members in the House of Representatives by law. That law is invalid and void. Yet the American people sit back and allow their employees in Congress to violate the law, and do so with blatant disregard for the supreme law of the land and their oath or affirmation to support it. We act like the people in the Hans Christian Anderson tale, "The Emperor's New Clothes". We nod our heads and go along with what we've been told our entire lives, that the House of Representatives legally has 435 members. I'm here to play the role of the small boy in the story and cry out "The Emperor has no clothes." Specifically, that the House of Representatives has denied you the proper representation you are entitled to in Congress, and it's about time we do something about it.
Ama tus lunes y amarás tu vida.Hay que provocar las cosas, busca una razón.Te invito al próximo GTD Academy que comienza el 16 de noviembre. Si me escribes a email@example.com te daré un descuento.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/185380005587En este link puedes obtener el libro "Personality Isn't Permanent", mi favorito de este año.https://amzn.to/3tARomTAma tus lunes, gana tu día.#amatuslunes #ganatudia #ganatuvida
José Galíndez es actualmente uno de los inversionistas que está cambiando los paradigmas de mucha gente. Se convirtió en millonario a los 29 años, se considera financieramente libre y utiliza una hermosa historia con su hijo para enseñarnos algo sumamente importante. www.toshified.com Si quieres saber el valor de tu juguete únete al GTD Academy que comienza el 16 de Noviembre. Envía un email a firstname.lastname@example.org y dinos cuál es tu Cita Ganadora hasta ahora para que tengas 15% de descuento al registrarte.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/185380005587https://www.ganatudia.com/eventosEn este link puedes obtener el libro "Personality Isn't Permanent", mi favorito de este año.https://amzn.to/3tARomTToma control de tu vida, gana tu día.
In today's episode, @browsbynallie discusses a very important topic of domestic violence and how we as professionals in the beauty industry can support our clients by offering resources and help. From spotting the physical to the mental signs of abuse, Nallie shares her experience with becoming aware of abusive behavior in clients and guiding them towards help. Meet Nallie: Nallie Nguyen, is a masters-prepared critical care registered nurse, and owner of Brows by Nallie, LLC, in Old Town Tustin, California. Nallie's nursing career began 8 years ago, and her passion for beauty and helping people led her to becoming certified in June 2019 for microblading and "all things related to permanent makeup." "Permanent makeup artistry has provided a way to help people in a very unique way, that is still intimate and yet equally rewarding to my passion for healthcare and nursing" - Nallie. Visit www.thehotline.org You can find her on Instagram @browsbynallie!
Is a low Arginine Herpes diet permanent? Do you need to stay 100% strict with it forever? The answers are: Yes, No and Maybe… What is a Low Arginine Diet for Herpes? You'll benefit from reading my other blog posts on this and/or listening to their Podcasts. I give detailed instructions on WHY you must reduce Arginine amino acid, the foods high in Arginine and what to eat and avoid. As well as proven Supplements to help control HSV. Check out these Podcasts and articles #1, #2, #3 and #4. Full Description here
Jeroen Wagemakers has a fetish, and he's been blogging about it since 2006. You see, Jeroen likes perms, but like, a lot. A whole lot. It really cannot be overstated how much Jeroen loves perms, and I know that because he's been trying to do just that for 15 years but he doesn't seem to be nearly done. This week, The F Plus makes a joke once or twice.
Interested in understanding more of my coaching process and seeing my coaching in action? Then you're in luck! In this episode, I talk about the three most important steps in my Thinner Peace coaching. Additionally, I'll be providing an opportunity to sign up for a free webinar which is happening next week, October 19th. So make sure not to miss out on this episode! Get the full show note and information here: https://drdebbutler.com/288