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Path for Potential
Episode 5 - Cally Russell

Path for Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 56:35


Mark and Johanna chat to Cally Russell, a tech entrepreneur featured in Forbes' 30 under 30 and one of our own - a University of Dundee graduate! Cally's profile skyrocketed as the Founder of 'Mallzee', a Tinder-style app to tailor your fashion preferences. He featured on Dragons' Den, turning down an offer from Peter Jones. Now Cally is on a mission to disrupt the fast fashion industry with his company This is Unfolded. This is Cally's Path for Potential.

The Life Of KG
Episode 115. Matt Jones. From selling a multi million pound business to becoming a new start-up.

The Life Of KG

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 36:35


Matt Jones was born in Newport and now resides in Cardiff. Having over nineteen years of experience in the Advertising & Creative Industry and thirteen years as an entrepreneur, Matt has employed more than one hundred staff during his time founding, developing, and launching his award-winning businesses. Matt has held senior positions in the UK advertising industry and founded the creative advertising agency, S3 Advertising in 2011. He then grew his agency from a start-up into a multi-million-pound national business which he sold via a management buyout in 2019. Recently featured on Dragons Den seeking a Dragon as a business partner for his male skincare brand MESOA Skincare, Matt successfully secured retail tycoon Touker Suleyman. All five Dragons were incredibly impressed by Matt with Peter Jones describing him as an “absolute inspiration” after detailing his mental health battles which inspired the creation of the brand itself. Despite Matt deciding not to continue the journey with Touker, the two remain friends. Being an advocate for men's mental health, Matt created MEOSA Skincare with a vision to create a safe, non-judgmental place for men to share their stories in the hope that it helps both them and other men. He wants to encourage men to open up and share their experiences in the hopes that it can provide the confidence for men to seek the help they need. Over the past decade, Matt has won and judged several national awards in business and entrepreneurship communities, including the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2016, 2017 and 2018, with hopes to grow the list in 2022 and beyond. For further information or press queries, please contact Jen or Ashley at info@moda-pr.com Sponsors for September Osome Accountancy I want to tell you guys about Osome, they're the experts in organising your business accounts so you don't have to worry about filing company reports or paying your taxes on time. Osome accountants take care of all your finance admin through the app and are always on-hand to answer your questions and give advice based on your company accounts. Track your finances while managing your payments and invoices, all in one place. So you can focus on doing more, like reaching new customers and building your brand. Get a finance manager at a lower cost, with Osome. Click the link and get 2 months FREE accountancy. https://stay.osome.com/KatieGodfrey Discount code: KG100 Buddha Beauty At Buddha Beauty we manufacture vegan and cruelty free skincare perfect for in salon use and retail. Our products have been developed alongside our Manchester salons to create a results driven skincare range. Our range of skincare is available in your own brand, which is the perfect way to offer your customers great home care products that keep bringing the back to your salon, time and time again. Visit us at www.ownlabelskincare.com to request more information on how you can be selling your own products within 4 weeks. Socials: Insta - buddhabeautyskincare FB - The Buddha Beauty Company Quote: KGPodcast to get half price design fee

Rye Bread & Mustard a Mariners Podcast
EP 35: PITCHING DOMINATES, JULIO COMMITS, ICHIRO MELTS OUR HEARTS, FAN DROPS BIG HOME RUN BALL! LIVE FROM THE CABIN IN RICHMOND BEACH

Rye Bread & Mustard a Mariners Podcast

Play Episode Play 49 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 65:04


Myrone and the RBM crew sit down with former O'Dea stand out and Montana Grizzly basketball alum Peter Jones at 'The Cabin' in Richmond Beach to have a fireside chat about Ichiro weekend, Julio, the big series win, throwing out the first pitch, Los Bomberos, T-Mobile fans upset at hotspot areas being closed off to the general public, and they make phone call to a fan who dropped Dylan Moore's three run blast on Sunday!    

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Heavy Networking 642: 10Mbps Single Pair Ethernet

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 51:06


Single pair Ethernet. That's right. Ethernet over a single twisted pair, rather than the four you're used to. Or two if you've got a little gray in your beard. Now, single pair Ethernet isn't fast in the way we network engineers would normally think of fast. SPE runs at 10 megabits per second. But in the use cases SPE was designed for, 10Mbps is very fast indeed. To tell us all about single pair Ethernet is Peter Jones. Although Peter wears many hats in the networking industry, today he comes to the microphone as the chairperson of the Ethernet Alliance. The post Heavy Networking 642: 10Mbps Single Pair Ethernet appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Heavy Networking
Heavy Networking 642: 10Mbps Single Pair Ethernet

Packet Pushers - Heavy Networking

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 51:06


Single pair Ethernet. That's right. Ethernet over a single twisted pair, rather than the four you're used to. Or two if you've got a little gray in your beard. Now, single pair Ethernet isn't fast in the way we network engineers would normally think of fast. SPE runs at 10 megabits per second. But in the use cases SPE was designed for, 10Mbps is very fast indeed. To tell us all about single pair Ethernet is Peter Jones. Although Peter wears many hats in the networking industry, today he comes to the microphone as the chairperson of the Ethernet Alliance. The post Heavy Networking 642: 10Mbps Single Pair Ethernet appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed
Heavy Networking 642: 10Mbps Single Pair Ethernet

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 51:06


Single pair Ethernet. That's right. Ethernet over a single twisted pair, rather than the four you're used to. Or two if you've got a little gray in your beard. Now, single pair Ethernet isn't fast in the way we network engineers would normally think of fast. SPE runs at 10 megabits per second. But in the use cases SPE was designed for, 10Mbps is very fast indeed. To tell us all about single pair Ethernet is Peter Jones. Although Peter wears many hats in the networking industry, today he comes to the microphone as the chairperson of the Ethernet Alliance. The post Heavy Networking 642: 10Mbps Single Pair Ethernet appeared first on Packet Pushers.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Blue and Gold’s Recruiting Insider Mike Singer – Monday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 21:43


A special edition of the Blue and Gold Recruiting Update with Mike Singer as he discusses with Darin Notre Dame getting four commitments in four days including Class of 2024 offensive lineman Peter Jones.

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Blue and Gold's Recruiting Insider Mike Singer – Monday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 21:43


A special edition of the Blue and Gold Recruiting Update with Mike Singer as he discusses with Darin Notre Dame getting four commitments in four days including Class of 2024 offensive lineman Peter Jones.

The Center Church
Worship | Peter Jones + Nick Schaldenbrand

The Center Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:52


Irish Breakdown
Notre Dame Daily Mailbag - Peter Jones Edition

Irish Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 112:15 Very Popular


Following our breakdown of the Peter Jones commitment to Notre Dame we answered subscriber and listener questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Irish Breakdown
OL Peter Jones Commits To Notre Dame

Irish Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 62:55


Notre Dame remains red hot on the recruiting trail by picking up a commitment from offensive tackle Peter Jones, a Top 100 player from the 2024 class. We break it all down! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

RUNNERS JAM Podcast
Compare the pair: 1st vs 18th marathon

RUNNERS JAM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 78:40


Compare the pair: 1st vs 18th marathon In this episode, we chat with first-time marathoner, Chris Horne and very experienced marathoner, Peter Jones. Chris started running while training to be a Kung Fu instructor.  Pete saw an advertisement in a newspaper, signed up and 18 marathons later is still running strong. It's a great listen with interesting tales and lots of tips to help you in your running journey.  Belly laughs and bonus material guaranteed!  Runners Jam Website https://runnersjam.com.au/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/runnersjam Instagram https://www.instagram.com/runnersjam/...    

The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast
BWI Daily: Previewing Penn State's offensive targets in the recruiting class of 2024

The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 39:01


Recruiting is never over in any class until it's signed, but things have slowed down for Penn State football's class of 2023. August is typically a slow month for the current recruiting cycle, so today, the BWI Daily Edition looks ahead to 2024. Host Thomas Frank Carr and recruiting insider Ryan Snyder go through the top names to know on offense that Penn State is interested in and vice versa. For Penn State fans that follow the show, some names are reviewed, but some are emerging heading into the fall.  T-Frank and Snyder start at quarterback for 2024. However, unlike the 2023 cycle, Penn State has some common interest with several top quarterbacks in the country. Jayden Bradford tops the list, but Snyder has six other names that Penn State fans should keep an eye on.  Athlete Quinton Martin isn't just the most essential running back on the list; he's the most important recruit in the class. Snyder considers him even more valuable than that. Outside of the five-star talent, BWI's recruiting insider identifies several other players and highlights St. Thomas Aquinas runner Jordan Lyle as a name to know.  The receiver group is a deep and talented list, as it usually is. But which players represent must-gets? Several to choose from, but Snyder stays in-state and highlights four-star Tyseer Denmark and Rico Scott. Scott of Bishop McDevitt has major offers, including Texas A&M and Alabama. Denmark also draws national interest from teams like Alabama, Oregon, and Georgia. Can Penn State keep the Roman Catholic player in Pennsylvania?  Grabbing one top recruit from PA is critically important, according to T-Frank. He explains why. Moving on from the receivers, there's one primary name to know at tight end. Rochester, MI, native Brady Prieskorn has separated himself from the group in this cycle, and Snyder explains who else is in the picture.  The offensive line, particularly tackle, is a sore spot for Penn State recruiting. Snyder and T-Frank discuss the compiled list of names determining offensive line coach Phil Trautwein's success in this cycle. Malvern Prep's Peter Jones tops the list, and Snyder has some insight about his game to lead off the conversation. In addition, Deontae Armstrong of Ohio recently camped at Penn State and impressed T-Frank, who discussed what he saw from the prospect at Penn State's final summer camp last week.  Finally, Snyder and T-Frank arrive at the final position, the interior of the offensive line. Four-star lineman Cooper Cousins stands as the lone committed player in the class. Alongside him, Liam Andrews commands an essential spot in Penn State's recruiting efforts this cycle. Snyder compares him to an offensive line commit in the class of 2023, thanks to his importance.  T-Frank wraps the show by asking Snyder to assess the depth of the region and how optimistic Penn State fans should be about this class.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sláger FM
"Valamennyit vissza kell adnunk abból a sok jóból, amit az élettől kaptunk" / Peter Jones és S. Miller András a Sláger KULT-ban

Sláger FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 49:08


Peter Jones író, üzletember, előadó életútja rendkívül kalandos volt eddig, hiszen Ausztráliában született, a családi vérvonal okán azonban Budapesten kötött ki. Többkötetes szerző, aki számos workshopot tart a magyar fővárosban, elsősorban arról, hogyan lehet jobban élni. Hitvallását, miszerint egy idő után igenis vissza kell adni valamennyit abból a sok jóból, amit az élettől kaptunk, szintén elmesélte a Sláger KULT-ban legfrissebb könyve megjelenése kapcsán S. Miller Andrásnak.# A Sláger FM-en minden este 22 órakor a kultúráé a főszerep. S. Miller András az egyik oldalon, a másikon pedig a térség kiemelkedő színházi, kulturális, zenei szcena résztvevői. Egy óra Budapest és Pest megye aktuális kult történeteivel.

MyFSHD
Saturday FSHD catch-up, July 16th 2022

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 77:44


"What am I working on? Uhhh, I'm working on something that will change the world and human life as we know it." It's not teleportation, but, at your request, Drs Charis Himeda and Peter Jones discuss the recent announcement of Epic Bio's entry into the FSHD therapeutic space. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

MyFSHD
A little bit deeper into DNA methylation.

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 69:57


"You stay classy, San Diego. I'm Ron Burgundy?"... "Dammit, who typed a question mark on the TelePrompter?... Anything you type, Burgundy will read!" Dr. Peter Jones talks recent developments in the FSHD space, DNA methylation, and answers questions on diagnostics and triggers of pathology. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

Things Not Seen Podcast
#2227 - Open-Source Synodality with Pope Francis: Peter Jones

Things Not Seen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 63:30


Dean Peter Jones of Loyola University Chicago's Institute of Pastoral Studies returns to the show to speak with us more about the international event, Building Bridges North and South, and about a recent official meeting he and his fellow organizers had with Pope Francis at the Vatican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MyFSHD
Back in Reno, Dr. Peter Jones fields some questions from all of you.

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 52:42


"Here they are, back after their exclusive three-year tour of Europe, Scandinavia and the subcontinent." MyFSHD is back in Reno, but the work never stopped, and we are answering some common questions today. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

MyFSHD
Saturday catchup with questions and comments around FSHD, June 25, 2022

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 67:27


"It's a bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off for 'em." Coming to you from NYC where Dr. Peter Jones is with Ms. Nguyen Cam Thi talking about her personal journey with FSHD and the impact of a trip to the US and meeting with other patients, and we answer some listener questions on FSHD. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

LFC Daytrippers
In My Life | Peter Jones

LFC Daytrippers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 45:18


In My Life | Peter Jones  Gav talks to fellow Red Peter Jones who tells us about his 1st LFC Game, a classic European night at Anfield and God....  Support Féileacáin… Please get us to 10k!!  Donate here!  https://www.idonate.ie/fundraiser/11425598_lfc--daytrippers-s-page.html See https://www.feileacain.ie for more info on an outstanding charity that deserves for us to smash this out of the park!!  IP VANISH OFFER - Go To https://ipvanish.com/daytrippers Merch - https://www.lfcdt.com/shop Subscribe, Like, Hit the bell icon and never miss another show from the worlds biggest, 100% free LFC Podcast.  ** All views on the show are those of the individual and do not represent those of the LFC Daytrippers ** Twitter https://twitter.com/LFCDaytrippers Spotify https://spoti.fi/3f8PVPG Apple pods https://apple.co/3cchQvY Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLFCDa... Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lfcdaytripp... Intro Graphics done by Mohammed Jogee - Enquiries to enquiries@earthweb.co.za Don't forget to subscribe or follow, leave reviews if possible and turn notifications on!!!  LFC - Liverpool FC - YNWA - LFC Family - Premier League - EPL - Klopp - Transfer News - Redmen News and Chat - Match Preview - Live Updates - Match Predictions - Match Reaction - Football - Soccer - Football Debate - Passion - Opinion - Laughter - Free Content - Competitions - Giveaways - Podcast - Unfiltered - LFC Daytrippers - Champions League - Football Daily - Euro Football Daily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MyFSHD
World FSHD Day 2022 with Ms Nguyen Cam Thi and Dr. Jones

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 75:23


"Failure is not an option." Dr Peter Jones and MyFSHD Ambassador Ms Nguyen Cam Thi, an FSHDer from Hanoi Vietnam, discuss FSHD on World FSHD Day 2022. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

Heads Talk
099 - Charlotte Morley: Retail Series - The Little Loop, The Green Wardrobe

Heads Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 48:45


Follow me to see #HeadsTalk Podcast Audiograms every Monday on LinkedIn. Episode Title:- 

Interplace
Freedom To Choose or Rights Refused?

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 25:53


Hello Interactors,I ended up walking almost six miles in two days last week that included two trips by bus and light rail. I’m always surprised by the rich experience that comes with choosing to walk, bike, or bus. But it’s not always pleasant. A car is comfortable, quiet, and convenient but can be experientially anemic. I’m fortunate to have these choices. Not everyone does. And what choice they do have can be unfair and even dangerous. Is that the American way? As interactors, you’re special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You’re also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let’s go…DO THESE ROADS MAKE ME LOOK FAT?She slammed on the brakes and my bag slid to the floor. My knees slammed against the seat leaning inches from my kneecaps. Just as I grabbed my bag, she floored it. Careening around the curved onramp I felt the gravitational pull suck my head tight against the window as I struggled to right myself. As she merged with flowing traffic on the freeway I saw her glance in the rearview mirror. She wore dark, reflective wrap-around sunglasses and a grimace. Teeth clinched, she pressed the accelerator to the floor. She was on a mission. And I was along for the ride.I generally cut bus drivers some slack. They don’t have it easy. These herky-jerky driving patterns are often due to the strict schedule they’re incented to keep. Frequency and ease of access to bus stops are two of the more effective ways to get people to use transit. For those who can’t afford a car, or are unable to drive, walking, biking, or bussing is the only real affordable alternative to getting around. There are some, like me, who own a car but sometimes choose to walk, bike, or bus. After all, America is the ‘land of the free’ where we freedom of choice.But those choices are not equitable. American cities and our countryside were planned by men who favored a single mode of transportation: cars. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but it quickly turned out to be good for some, bad for most, and worst for the environment and our health. Charlie Chaplan once said one of the ironies of life is doing the wrong thing at the right moment. America’s transportation history is riddled with irony.Cars and roads are not categorically bad. But too much of a good thing often is. Besides, not everyone can, should, or wants to own a car and yet the ‘Made in America’ landscape and economic structure dictates you must. If not, then you must suffer the inconveniences, inequalities, and risks that come with a lack of equitable choices. If you’ve ever visited or lived in a city or country with equitable, convenient, and comfortable transportation choices (I’m looking at you Switzerland) you can see the possibilities. It’s a choice. And America, the land of the free and home of the brave, is, ironically, afraid to choose freedom of choice when it comes to transportation.Which exposes another irony of American transportation. Those who most covet and defend their independence from society and the government – and thus choose to isolate themselves away from dense urban areas and in private vehicles – are thus dependent on the whole of society and the government to finance, design, build, and maintain their roads and vehicles. Both of which rely on government subsidies that make such choices economical in the first place. And in a final twist of the irony knife, most of the natural resources, parts, materials, and manufacturing come from socialistic governments they despise. And they’re made by ethnicities many of them fear, but are also granted more transportation choices than they are.America’s insistence on car ownership is in a sense, pardon the pun, autocratic. And given the amount of government subsidies flowing to the auto and fossil fuel industry, especially when they need bailing out, can make America look pretty socialistic. I just wish we could all get a return on those investments the government made to private companies using our public tax dollars.The truth is, we are all dependent on forms of socialism (i.e. economy, military, utilities, transportation, and communication) and capitalism (i.e. free markets, freedom to enlist, freedom to go off-grid, freedom to choose transportation, and freedom to choose a mobile carrier). They can, and do, coexist to varying degrees. But restricting the ability to viably and equitably move within and between our communities to a single choice feels like an impingement on freedom. And yet the number one symbol of American freedom, prosperity, and democracy around the world is the automobile. Car symbolism may be one of the biggest determining factors for America’s addiction to the autocracy of automobility.No sooner were the post World II freeways built were they filled with American made automobiles. Bucolic car-dependent suburbs filled with carbon consuming contraptions purchased by affluent consumers (mostly white men) swept up in a euphoric post-war economic boom. Hollywood was releasing movies depicting glamourized ideals of American suburban life. The car served as a literal and metaphorical vehicle for the virtues of freedom, independence, comfort, power, speed, and exhilaration. It propagated this myth: car ownership brings social superiority, security from the ills of society, and a path to the future. And yet reality told a different story. Just below the famous Hollywood sign in Los Angeles where these movies were being made traffic jams were forming as early as 1950.Just as these new car owners were about to buy their second vehicle some wondered if indeed the wrong decision was made at the right time. People were dying in violent car related deaths, roads were clogged during rush hour, and skies turned yellow with smog. So they made more wrong decisions at the right time by building even more roads. In 1955 the social and urban historian and critic Lewis Mumford wrote in the New Yorker,“Most of the fancy cures that the experts have offered for New York's congestion are based on the innocent notion that the problem can be solved by increasing the capacity of the existing traffic routes, multiplying the number of ways of getting in and out of town, or providing more parking space for cars that should not have been lured into the city in the first place. Like the tailor's remedy for obesity—letting out the seams of the trousers and loosening the belt—this does nothing to curb the greedy appetites that have caused the fat to accumulate."For decades the fat kept creeping and the belts keep loosening. The greedy appetites of car owners, urban planners, and civil engineers proved insatiable. Then came the 1973 oil crisis and inflation. Gas imports plummeted, prices climbed, and commuters sought alternatives. Carpooling became popular again after first being introduced during World War II as a gas rationing strategy. One poster from this era read, “When you ride alone, you ride with Hitler.” Imagine this government issued roadside billboard today: “When you ride alone, you ride with Putin.”DROWNING IN A POOL OF DEPENDENCIESBut the 1970s saw both the reintroduction of carpooling and its peak utilization. Still, transportation experts knew it reduced the number of cars on the road and thus eased congestion. So they studied ways to incent people to keep doing it. In 1977 two civil engineers from Boston published a paper that analyzed various carpool incentives. Their paper continues to be referenced by researchers 45 years later…probably because not much has changed.Their four main findings were:Carpooling “incentives” will attract transit as well as drive-alone commuters. However, the potential area-wide increase of ride sharing is small; therefore decrease of Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) is small.Auto “disincentives” are far more effective than carpooling “incentive” in increasing ride sharing and transit use. However, these policies are less acceptable to the public and therefore less likely to be implemented.Therefore, a coordinated programme package of both “incentives” in increasing ride sharing and “disincentives” could effectively increase carpooling and reduce congestion, VMT and fuel consumption. In particular, significant parking incentives and disincentives appear to be the most effective way of increasing carpooling.Carpooling strategies directed at work trips result in increased auto travel for non-work purposes because of increased auto availability during work hours for non-working members of a household. The increased non-work VMT offsets by approximately one third the reduction in work VMT.They also introduced a transportation choice hierarchy describing the long, medium, and short range travel-related decisions. Long range decisions are major locational decisions like a change in a workplace, residential location, and the type of house chosen. Medium range include the decision to buy a car which is “highly interdependent” on the “usual mode of travel” to work (i.e. owning a car is highly correlated with your decision to use it every day). And short range decisions are “non-work travel decisions.” They note the “frequency, destination, and mode” for these trips should be considered alongside other transportation choices in the household. This is evidenced in the non-intuitive conclusion of number four above. Namely, congratulations on carpooling, now your stay-at-home spouse or partner will be driving more than you think - and possibly more than your commute.We can see how the urban planning and design of the built environment can impact these decisions. Deciding where to live is a long range decision impacting transportation choice. Not everyone can afford a car or afford to live where cars are necessary for commuting. At the same time, people may work where a car is not needed, like next to their employer, but can’t afford to live there. Such is the case in Seattle right now. So they’re forced to live where they can afford to live, but not make enough money to own and operate a car. Not all of these places are well served by transit which limits their freedom of choice and unduly burdens them relative to other more affluent members of society. Therefore, car ownership, socioeconomics, and the built environment all play a role in the decision to use a car get around.‘Socioeconomic status’ influences ‘where to live.’ Both ‘socioeconomic status’ and ‘where you live’ can each independently influence ‘car use.’ For example, someone may be able to afford to own a car but not the gas needed to use it. Somebody else may have enough money to own many cars, buy much fuel, and drive excessively. In addition, a person may live where a car is not needed and thus use it less. Or they may live far from work and use a car every day.However, while ‘socioeconomic status’ influences ‘where to live’ and both of those factors independently influence ‘car use’ they also influence the decision to own a car in the first place. And this factor, ‘car ownership’, is emerging as a primary mediating factor in ‘car use.’ That is, even if someone can afford to live in a dense urban area full of places to walk to, including a job, just the fact of owning a car plays a nonsignificant role in the decision to use it or not. Consequently, while cities increasingly are making plans to densify and make their cities and towns more walkable and bikeable, if residents happen to be car owners these changes in ‘the built environment’ may not change their patterns of ‘car use.’ Especially if they’re affluent enough to not be greatly impacted by the cost of car ownership.There’s another important mediating factor often overlooked in transportation research. It may also be the most influential, the most deep seeded, the hardest to pin down, and the hardest to change: the psychological attachment and addiction to cars.The University College of London transportation professor, Peter Jones, offers graduated distinctions of car dependency among people and society. Starting from the top:Car-reliant trip: Alternative forms of motorized transport are not available and the journey distance is too long for walking or cyclingCar-reliant activity or journey - Difficult to make the journey in a different way because of purchases (goods) and/or complex multidestination tripsCar-reliant lifestyle - Impossible to access a given destination by other transport mode than carCar-reliant person - Unable to use other transport than carCar-reliant society - High levels of car use among population, necessity of car to participate in essential social activitiesCar-convenient society - Car is most convenient choiceCar-dependent person - Car is statement of status or linked to self-esteem or personal identityCar-addicted person - A car “fanatic,” whose life revolves around carsFEARS, FRIGHTS, FLIGHTS, FIGHTS, AND RIGHTSStefan Gössling of Lund University in Sweden take these one step further offering a distinction between “real” and “perceived” dependencies in his 2017 book called The Psychology of the Car. He says, “’real dependencies’ refer to basic life needs.” These include the need to “commute to work, to shop, to visit a doctor, see friends and family, to transport goods, to participate in social work, go to church, or to make leisure trips.” The car is treated like an appliance for utilitarian purposes. In contrast, “’perceived’ car dependency arises out of emotions involved with the car, or where alternative transport is considered ‘dysfunctional…’” For example, the anxiety that can come with determining the right bus, scheduled times, bus fare or getting on the wrong bus and getting lost. Some are fearful being around controlled environments patrolled by security. Others fear confrontations with people with mental health issues, drug and alcohol addictions, or being trapped in smelly, noisy and claustrophobic spaces.Gössling reminds us there are many fears and phobias that can trigger fright-flight-fight responses which results in car use becoming an addiction in itself. In America, where guns are prevalent, homelessness is rampant, and drug addiction and alcoholism is on the rise there are many reasons to be afraid and anxious. Cars, like guns, can make people feel safe and protected, even though they are both the most dangerous weapons there are.Gössling suggests fear or anxiety and safety or security aren’t the only psychological concerns wrapped up in transportation choice and car addiction. There is also identity and social status, trauma, and even obesity. He notes obese people are even more reliant on cars even though their condition would benefit from walking or biking. Even if it was to a bus stop…if there is one.Automakers tap into these insecurities with advertising and car design. They know a bigger car can make people feel safer, elevate them above others and boost inferiorities. They reflect and signal power, size, and strength which are all recognized as symbols of superiority throughout society…and the entire animal kingdom. Attempts by the government to impede on any of these psychological crutches is therefore viewed as a threat to their identity. Smaller, slower cars are deemed inferior. Wimpy. Raising prices on gasoline, car tabs, or parking by authorities is a threat to their perceived superiority and control. Encouraging the use of public transit diminishes their social standing. Building dense housing near single family residences threatens their independence and increases the odds of awkward social encounters that may trigger fear and anxiety prompting grasps for safety and security.And yet, we can’t keep loosing the belt because it is only making us fatter. Besides, most residents in most cities oppose street widening. We have a fixed amount of space for cars and trucks with an increasing number of urban residents. The only answer is fewer additional cars on our roads and less car use by current car owners. We also need those with unhealthy attachments and addictions to face their fears.Policy makers and politicians know backlash comes from threats to these very real and complex socio-psychologies. Public interventions are threats to private habits, regimes, identities, and values. Many cities have progressive plans to tip the transportation and land use balance, but executing these plans can trigger very real deep-seeded fear that leads to fierce opposition. It’s easier to just loosing the belt than hit the gym.But experts agree changes to the built environment are necessary if we’re going to save ourselves from increased congestion and pollution. We need to make all neighborhoods more walkable and shoppable. Everyone should insist on a grocery store within a 10 minute walk. To make these businesses work in our capitalistic reality, requires more customers. More customers can only happen when there is more dense housing – even if it’s duplexes, triplexes, and townhomes.Exurban and rural residences should insist on some form of public transit even if it’s on-demand. For example Denmark offers, in coordination with AARP, a “coordinated demand responsive transportation system” that “keeps older Danes, especially those living in the rural areas, aging in place.”But solutions don’t have to come from the government. Recently the New York Times featured a story about a carshare coop in New York called “The Drivers Cooperative”. They are “a driver-owned ridehailing cooperative” where “drivers make more on each trip, all profits go back to drivers, and drivers have democratic control over the decisions that affect their lives.”If this reeks of socialism don’t tell one of the reddest and most rural and sparsely populated states in the country, North Dakota. They enjoy some of the fastest internet speeds in the country due to their high-speed broadband ‘community network’ that is a federal tax exempt cooperative. It’s also generally cheaper than the competition. It may be hard to imagine now, but farm cooperatives in America were once hotbeds of socialist ideals and ideas. That independent and pro-social spirit just may be rekindling in rural America. It could bring new meaning to the ‘red’ counties of America. Greetings comrades.Changes to the built environment are necessary, but not sufficient. Socioeconomic inequities have to be rebalanced. The human right to move about this world should not be impeded by ability, race, religion, ethnicity, or social status. Safe, secure, accessible, comfortable, and efficient transportation must be made equal for all members of society.But the psychology of car owners must not be overlooked. Car ownership is the key mediating factor in whether it is used and by how much. Policy makers can’t ignore the psychological needs, real and perceived, of car owners. Car addicts will resist change so long as they feel threatened by it. This requires communication strategies that don’t antagonize, diminish, or create cognitive dissonance among them.Those cities successful in shifting norms and behavior of car owners combine multiple approaches. First and foremost they make infrastructure changes that improve conditions for cycling, walking, and transit. They also do what those Boston researchers and engineers suggested in 1977 to most effectively induce carpooling. They impose restrictions on car use.But they are also mindful of the psychology of those attached and addicted to cars. They appeal to car owners by using values they can relate to like speed, efficiency, relaxation, and cost. When cycling, walking, and transit is improved and endorsed using these rational values social norms and habits indeed shift. As these changes demonstrate reductions in congestion their adoption and acceptance grows. Fewer cars on the road also means less noise, cleaner air and water, fewer deaths, and happier, healthier people which are things everyone wants.As professor Jones in London says, “We need to work out what society we want to live in, and build the connectivity that delivers that vision (think healthy, socially cohesive, compact, local).”What I found last week walking with my friends around Seattle is a city built for cars. That was the society people wanted to live in back in the 1950s and 60s. But I also found the light rail was at capacity during off-peak times, cyclists were flowing down protected bike lanes, ride-share bikes and scooters were rolling, and we saw parts of the city unseen from a car. We walked and talked, giggled and wriggled, and trudged up some stairs. We hunted for haunts and restaurants as the rain moistened the air. And on the way home I glanced out the window from the “bus-only” lane. I peered into the cars stuck in traffic waiting for my “bus-only” light to change. What I saw saddened me. There they sat; single occupants in a single car, but not one single smile. They were surely comfortable in their safe and silent spaces, but what should we make of those sad and lonely faces?And then suddenly I was thrown back in my seat. That bus driver had a schedule to keep. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

TruthXchange Podcast
Metaverse and the Image of God

TruthXchange Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 37:42


Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”

Friends In The Word
Episode 40: Livin' for Likes

Friends In The Word

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 65:29


In this episode of Friends in the Word Cyndi Weeks and Jennifer Pam discuss the ways we get caught up "livin' for likes" and also the way God desires us to live for His approval and the biggest piece of this puzzle is that in Christ we already have it! For the Big Fat Word of the Week we discuss the concept of Oneism and Twoism from Peter Jones. Then Jen spends some time helping us to better understand Isaiah 2:12-21 for Do You Understand What You're Reading... Join our discussion of our own personal hang ups with livin' for likes and some of the areas we have experienced overcoming this all day every day struggle and pursuit! Finally Jen finishes us off with some great High Thoughts of God. We pray you will be encouraged to live out of the approval purchased for you at the cross!Read yo Bible. 

MyFSHD
Fire Inspector Brad, our FSHD Dad, brings more questions on the drug development pathway for FSHD

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 115:49


"Yeah, well, that's just, like, your opinion, man." Brad Hasenjaeger, our FSHD Dad, fires questions at Dr. Peter Jones around the drug development pathway for FSHD. A casual back and forth, as we do, but always on things important to FSHD. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

ACME ARMY FOOTBALL PODCAST
Ep. 186 Peter Jones

ACME ARMY FOOTBALL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 45:04


More Positive Packer Talk with Peter Jones! @The_IT_Hedgehog Eric & Eric - Couple 1-2 Northern Wisconsin Boys, bringing together Packer Nation one great guest at a time! From our mouths to your Overjoyed ears! SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: www.tuliptreegardensco.com & music by https://PeterPrinceMusic.com Check us out on all socials you dig below! https://linktr.ee/AcmeArmy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflsTCMM7xu-txkN-PTSQGQ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/acme-army-podcast/id1532625760 https://open.spotify.com/show/42fewGyqrFJcSLxzk5VaHL?si=SJBAGsBaQY2sjdXLN7nriA THANK YOU PETER, for the Greatest Music around!!! Check out Peter, Today! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acmepackers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acmepackers/support

MyFSHD
What's going on in FSHD, week ending May 28, 2022

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 61:48


It's Memorial Day Weekend in the USA and we are eternally grateful for those in the military who sacrificed their lives fighting for our freedoms. Today, Dr Peter Jones catches you up on diagnostics and discusses some of the differences between the muscular dystrophies and highlights the uniqueness of FSHD. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

TruthXchange Podcast
Transgenderism: The Theft of Children's Identity

TruthXchange Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 49:48


Mary and Joshua team up to discuss the outline of Mary's talk for the upcoming sympossium. The discussion covers grooming, pronouns, education, and more!Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”

MyFSHD
What's going on in FSHD, week ending May 21, 2022

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 53:07


Drs. Peter Jones and Charis Himeda talk more small molecule and discusses news of the week as it relates to FSHD --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

TruthXchange Podcast
Special Guest, Carl Teichrib: Divine Identity Theft

TruthXchange Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 52:21


Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”

MyFSHD
Small molecule drug discovery for FSHD

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 76:18


Drs. Peter Jones and Charis Himeda talk small molecule drug discovery pathways for FSHD. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

Healthy Sleep Revolution
Hometown Heroes: Airway Edition with Dhruvin Patel

Healthy Sleep Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 22:42


In this digital age, our screens are getting bigger and brighter which has increased our exposure to blue light and its harmful effects. Meet Dhruvin Patel, the founder & CEO of health-tech business Ocushield, creator of the world's first MHRA registered blue-light blocking screen protectors which mean fresher feeling eyes and improved sleep after screen use. Launching in his final year as an Optometry student, Ocushield has grown into a 7-figure business and exports to more than 72 countries - and selling to Nordstrom, Best Buy, Sky Mobile and Superdrug.   Dhruvin has been featured in Forbes, Cosmopolitan, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. His recent pitch on Dragon's Den was so compelling that it resulted in an offer from not one but two Dragons, Tej Lalvani and Peter Jones, who went head-to-head for Ocushield's business.   Key Points: - Exposure to different sources of blue light - Impact of blue light on children's eyes and development - Blue light effects on the body's melatonin production and circadian rhythm - Light exposure tips for better sleep - Available products for blue light exposure management   Learn more about Ocushield: Ocushield blue light filter products are FDA registered. Protect your eyes and your family's eyes from blue light. Visit www.ocushield.com and use MEGHNA25 at check out for 25% OFF on your next Ocushield purchase!   Follow Dhruvin Patel on Instagram: @dhruvinpatel   Dr. Meghna Dassani is passionate about promoting healthy sleep through dental practices. In following the ADA's 2017 guideline on sleep apnea screening and treatment, she has helped many children and adults improve their sleep, their breathing, and their lives. Her books and seminars help parents and practitioners understand the essential roles of the tongue, palate, and jaw in promoting healthy sleep.   Learn more about Dr. Meghna Dassani Website: www.meghnadassani.com; www.dassanidentistry.com Facebook: Meghna Dassani; Dassani Dentistry Instagram: @healthysleeprevolution; @dassanidentistry LinkedIn: Meghna Dassani Get a copy of Airway is Life: www.airwayislife.com

TruthXchange Podcast
Special Guest, Andrea Williams: Stolen Identity: Law and Personhood

TruthXchange Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 36:16


Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”

Oooh, Spooky
Episode 180 - Australian Medium, Pope Joan, Guadalupe Virgin, Pythagorean Theorem, Thunder Birds, Self Manifesting

Oooh, Spooky

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 47:53


Or American Small, Coffee Shop, Peter Jones, Triangle Idea, Are Go, Personal Growth

ACME ARMY FOOTBALL PODCAST
EP. 180 PETER PACKER PODCAST

ACME ARMY FOOTBALL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 65:17


Positive Packer Talk with Peter Jones! @The_IT_Hedgehog Eric & Eric - Couple 1-2 Northern Wisconsin Boys, bringing together Packer Nation one great guest at a time! From our mouths to your Overjoyed ears! SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: www.tuliptreegardensco.com Check us out on all socials you dig below! https://linktr.ee/AcmeArmy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflsTCMM7xu-txkN-PTSQGQ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/acme-army-podcast/id1532625760 https://open.spotify.com/show/42fewGyqrFJcSLxzk5VaHL?si=SJBAGsBaQY2sjdXLN7nriA https://PeterPrinceMusic.com THANK YOU PETER, for the Greatest Music around!!! Check out Peter, Today! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acmepackers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acmepackers/support

MyFSHD
Gene therapy prospects for FSHD

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 77:23


Drs. Charis Himeda and Peter Jones go back over gene therapy technology for FSHD, including some of the remaining hurdles, and how technology has advanced over the years to meet the challenges. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

The BackCast Podcast
The BackCast Podcast episode 1 2022 season with guest Peter Jones

The BackCast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 59:34


This week Glen, Richard and John sit down with Peter Jones to chat about cane rods, fishing and general north woods fun.  Peter is an excellent fly caster who has won the Rod Makers Demarest Challenge, and participated in the Hardy Cup competition.  Peter is Cane Rod Maker, a long time Rod Makers at Grayrock Board Member, MGTU Board Member, and he instructs at the Bamboo Bend Workshops.     He clearly know his way around a fly rod. Peter is a very engaging and entertaining speaker so even if you are not a fly rod geek you will enjoy this episode.

Mother Nature Podcast
Connecting to the wild with Debora T. Stenta

Mother Nature Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 54:07


In this episode Cecilia meets Debora Stenta, birth keeper and doula, artist, researcher, consultant, trainer, traveler, activist and experimenter in the field of spontaneous learning. Debora shares with us her passion for the transformational journey of birth and how deeply we are connected to the wild in this threshold experience of becoming a mother. YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: The journey of becoming a doula Birthing as evolutionary process The art of serving birth Learning to trust your body and your power Wilderness as encompassing element of life and birth RESOURCES www.innerpathways.eu www.disimparando.com* www.apprendimento-esperienziale.it* https://bradosisma.wordpress.com/ * All Michel Odent's books Jean Liedloff author of “The Continuum Concept” Clara Scropetta author of “Accanto alla madre”* *In Italian ABOUT DEBORA STENTA After graduating she spent a long time traveling, especially in Asia. She worked as a project writer and project manager at international cooperation NGOs and associations in the fields of training, education and cultural, musical and artistic didactics. Since childhood, she has deepened the potential of the body as a unifying element of all expressive possibilities, from dance to drawing, from writing to music, from image to plastic art. She attended the university course in Disciplines and techniques of live performance and has a Master's degree in MusicArTherapy in the Globality of Languages. As a MusicArTherapist, researcher and performer in the fields of dance, theater, music and art-therapies, she worked both performing in theaters and leading expressive workshops in schools and public or private institutions for children and teachers. She took care of projects of self-organized school, working both at the side of children, and as educational coordinator. At the same time she began to organize meetings with national and international experts and to animate training and experiences of personal growth for adults. At the same time she began the complex path as a doula, which she self-designed with the help of Michel Odent, Clara Scropetta, Liliana Lammers, Manitonquat, Alejandro and Cristobal Jodorowsky, Peter Jones, Willi Maurer, and all the mothers, children and fathers who have trusted in me, first of all, my daughter Ayla. Together with Igor Niego she founded BradoSisma, through which we carry on research and disseminate about childhood, wilderness and analogical thinking, and through which they organized residential summer camps in nature for many years. In 2014, together with other unlearning colleagues, she created Disimparando s'impara, a path that aims at de-structuring participants from the received educational conditioning to find their own personal path. This is slowly turning into an Ecoversity. She is the Italian translator of Charles Eisensteins' writings. Since October 2015 she has been experimenting a nomadic life project based on hospitality and exchange, traveling between Asia and Europe, together with her family.

MyFSHD
What's going on in FSHD, week ending April 23, 2022.

MyFSHD

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 29:50


Dr. Peter Jones catches you up on the week in FSHD. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast
BWI Daily: Penn State lands Jameial Lyons, Blue-White visitor preview

The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 32:16


The Blue-White Game kicks off tomorrow for Penn State fans, but the game is about more than the current team. It's also the biggest recruiting weekend of the Spring, so recruiting insider Ryan Snyder joins the BWI Daily Edition to break it all down. He and host Thomas Frank Carr discuss the names to know for the Class of 2023, 2024, and 2025 who will be in attendance this weekend. But before they get to that, the duo discusses the most important news of the day, a new commitment. Four-star defensive end Jameial Lyons from Roman Catholic high school in Philadelphia chose the Nittany Lions on Friday afternoon. Snyder spoke with Lyons and shared what the 255-pound edge rusher had to say about why he chose the Nittany Lions. T-Frank gives some of his thoughts on Lyons' skills but saves most of his ideas for his evaluation, which is coming later. After learning about Lyons, T-Frank asks Snyder to assess the defensive end position for 2023. It's a loaded position group in the region this cycle, so what does Lyons' commitment mean to the rest of the class? He and T-Frank also discuss how many edge rushers Penn State could take this year. With Lyons' commitment wrapped up, they move on to the visitor list for the Blue-White Game on Saturday. As always, this list isn't complete. To get the full list of names, sign up for just one dollar to Blue White Illustrated and access the Lions Den Premium forum. Snyder discusses the key names attending this weekend, including linebacker Tony Rojas. The Class of 2023 target returns to Penn State for the first time since visiting other top schools in Tennessee and Georgia. Snyder and T-Frank discuss how important he is to the class and what Snyder wants to know when he speaks with Rojas next. Next, two new names are crop up for 2023 in this edition of the Daily. Twin linebackers Anthony and Michael Harris make their first trip to Happy Valley this weekend, and Snyder gives some background on their recruitment. T-Frank is impressed with their film and gives a comment that goes against one of his tenants this cycle. They discuss key names in the Class of 2024, including athlete Quinton Martin. In fact, Snyder has new info to share about Martin and how Penn State sees him positionally. So he gives T-Frank that information before discussing the other relevant names, including offensive linemen Peter Jones and Ben Roebuck. Finally, they wrap up with the Class of 2025 and what to expect after the game this weekend. JOIN Blue White Illustrated: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: http://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/LRL3155877513?selected=DSVV2664982394 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PennStateOn3 Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

UK Packers Green Bay Packers Podcast
UK Packers Podcast - 2022 NFL Draft Preview - Defense- Peter Jones - 21st April

UK Packers Green Bay Packers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 56:41


Steve and Pete hit the podcast studio for part 3 of our 5 part draft podcast series to talk all things DEFENSE! We also talk plans for London!

UK Packers Green Bay Packers Podcast
UK Packers Podcast - 2022 NFL Draft Preview - Offense- Peter Jones - 14th April

UK Packers Green Bay Packers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 77:47


After the release of the UK Packers Draft Guide, Steve sits down with Draft Guru and guide author Peter Jones to chat all things offense! This is Part 2 of our 4 part Draft podcast series!

Things Not Seen Podcast
#2215 - Building Bridges with Pope Francis: Peter Jones and Aleja Sastoque Luna

Things Not Seen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 64:02


In February 2022, Pope Francis held an unprecedented dialogue with university students from across North, South, and Central America. Our guests, Aleja Sastoque Luna and Dean Peter Jones of Loyola University Chicago, take us behind the scenes to understand what it was like to plan and participate in this event. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

UK Packers Green Bay Packers Podcast
UK Packers Podcast - Draft Prep with Peter Jones - 7th April

UK Packers Green Bay Packers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 35:01


The Draft Guide is less than a week away from dropping and author and Draft extraordinaire Peter Jones joins Steve to run through some Draft prep ahead of the much anticipated drop!

Legally Bond
An Interview with Monica Barrett and Peter Jones, Higher Education

Legally Bond

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 38:18


In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond attorneys Monica Barrett and Peter Jones. Monica discusses university and college combinations and student unions, and Pete gives an update on the NLRB memo on the employee status of college athletes. 

If Only They Knew
Peter Jones Invested in Me - Annie Mitchell - Bottleshot Coffee | If Only They Knew Podcast #69

If Only They Knew

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 40:42


Annie Mitchell (Bottleshot Coffee) speaks to Ted Lawlor about what really happened on Dragons Den, taking the leap to start her own company and so much more. Guest Links Bottleshot Website: https://bottleshotbrew.com/ Annie Mitchell LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annie-mitchell-59346231/ IOTK Links IOTK Website: https://www.ifonlytheyknewuk.com/ IOTK Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ifonly.theyknew/ Get your IOTK clothing: https://www.instagram.com/iotkclub The Manifestation Journal: https://www.manifestationjournal.co.uk/

ACME ARMY FOOTBALL PODCAST
Ep. 164 **BREAKING**DAVANTE ADAMS**GONZO!!

ACME ARMY FOOTBALL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 76:49


W.T.A.F.? Davante Adams is a Raider? Aaron Rodgers to Rico Gafford?? Aaron Rodgers Doppelganger and Peter Jones from the UK Join me to talk about the BREAKING NEWS! The emotions are a fun ride! Joins us for all the laughs in this conversation! **Bonus Conversation** after New MOON BOOT LOVER song dedicated to WR#1! Happy for you! SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: www.tuliptreegardensco.com THANK YOU PETER, for the Greatest Music around!!! Check out Peter, Today! https://PeterPrinceMusic.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/acme-army-podcast/id1532625760 https://open.spotify.com/show/42fewGyqrFJcSLxzk5VaHL?si=SJBAGsBaQY2sjdXLN7nriA https://linktr.ee/AcmeArmy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflsTCMM7xu-txkN-PTSQGQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acmearmy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acmearmy/support

TruthXchange Podcast
Still Time to Care About the Whole Gospel: A Review of Greg Johnson's "Still Time to Care."

TruthXchange Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 48:34


Mary, Peter, and Joshua discuss Greg Johnson's book "Still Time to Care." We focus on the importance of God the creator as the bedrock for how the church can be faithful in practice of worship, apologetics, and gospel ministry.Dr. Peter Jones' review is here at https://truthxchange.com/2022/03/still-time-to-care-about-the-whole-gospel/For further reading, please visit us at www.truthxchange.com

Positively Real Podcast
Healthy Screen Time Habits with Dhruvin Petal

Positively Real Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 42:24


Brittny is joined by founder & CEO of health-tech business Ocushield, Dhruvin Patel. Dhruvin created the world's first MHRA registered blue-light blocking screen protectors which mean fresher feeling eyes and improved sleep after screen use. Launching while in his final year as an Optometry student, Ocushield has grown into a 7-figure business and exports to more than 72 countries - and sells in companies such as Nordstrom, Best Buy, Sky Mobile and Superdrug. Did you know the average pair of blue light blocking glasses only reduces 19% of the most harmful blue light? Meanwhile, Ocushield reduces those same harmful blue lights by 54%. Brittny and Dhruvin discuss how and why he went about creating Ocushield, the funding process, the negative effects of blue light to skin and eyes, ways to mitigate and reduce blue light exposure, easy ways to reduce screen time and creating routines that allow you to do so, ways to stimulate your brain without screens, and what makes Ocushield different than other blue light products! Ocushield offers products beyond glasses including screen protectors/shields, lamps, and more. Dhruvin has been featured in Forbes, Cosmopolitan, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. His recent pitch on Dragon's Den was so compelling that it resulted in an offer from not one but two Dragons, Tej Lalvani and Peter Jones, who went head-to-head for Ocushield's business.Use code BKING20 for 20% off Ocushield products! Get on the waitlist for the Mind Over Matter Method (starting June 2022)Connect with Dhruvin: https://www.ocushield.com/https://www.instagram.com/getocushield/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiCiSjO3g9gIyC2bJKkVXIAhttps://twitter.com/GetOcuShield