Jack Jablonski, Jared Shafran and Ken Boehlke (SinBin) join host Jesse Cohen immediately following the LA Kings 6-2 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights. Anze Kopitar scored the 3rd opening night hat trick in franchise history and Drew Doughty registered 4 points as the LA Kings opened the 2021-22 season with a convincing victory over their division rivals.
TOP 10 QUESTIONS FOR THE 2021-22 LA KINGS10 - Will Cal Petersen convincingly claim the starters role?9 - Will Viktor Arvidsson have a bounce back offensive season?8 - How will Phillip Danault impact the offense and defense of the LA Kings?7 - Will the "Core Four" repeat their strong performances from the 2021 season?6 - Will the Power Play provide consistent offense?5 - What will the recovery process look like for Quinton Byfield?4 - Will the defense provide more offense?3 - How many games will be played by prospects and rookies?2 - How will the rest of the Pacific Division perform?1 - Will the Kings be an improved team this season?
We're bringing you an unaired clip from our past interview with Kirstin Petersen, a roboticist and professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University. In her lab, she builds cooperative teams of robots, called robot swarms, that are inspired by insects like ants, termites, and bees.Now, when you think of a robot, what do you usually picture in your mind? Probably something with a rigid metal body or arm, right? Or maybe it has some wheels or legs to move around?Do you ever wonder if robots can be… squishy?In addition to robot swarms, Kirsten works on ‘soft' robots. She told us all about why you might want to use a soft robot instead of a traditional rigid one, as well as some of her biological inspiration for building these kinds of robots. We even talked about a popcorn-inspired robot that could have future uses in construction.Have a question you've been wondering about? Send an email or voice recording to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us what you'd like to hear in future episodes.Follow us on Twitter (@casciencecenter), Instagram (@californiasciencecenter), and Facebook (@californiasciencecenter).Support the show (https://CaliforniaScienceCenter.org/support)
In this episode we talk about wildlife habitats and what it takes to hold and grow deer with Matt Petersen. Matt owns and operates Petersen's wildlife management here in central North Carolina, a wildlife consultation business. he breaks down what he does and what it takes to manage and grow "mature" bucks here in NC.
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Mycket har hänt den senaste veckan, Victoria har äntligen blivit fru Petersen och vi får höra om den nervösa, pirriga ceremonin på Arlanda och den ljuva bröllopsresan på Amalfikusten. Jenny har dygnat för första gången i sitt liv och lyckats klämma in en jobbresa, premiärer, fest och tidiga morgonsändningar på 5 ynka dagar. Krukväxter är ämnet för veckan. Vad ska vi ha på fönsterbrädan i höst och vinter? Vilka sorter är lätta att ta hand om? Hur ska vi ta hand om dem? Och vad kommer att bli trendigt framöver? Det bjuds även på tatueringstankar, stor dementi och Tödde och Mödde. Dessutom koras vinnaren i äppelkakstävlingen! Mejla till oss: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
*DISCLAIMER* This book and all other series, DOES NOT reflect or possess official sanctioning or endorsement by the Department of the Air Force and any elements of The Department of Defense.A great once in a opportunity to speak with, JoAnne Bass and fellow Security Forces Member Patisha Johnson. JoAnne Bass and Patisha Johnson turned published authors and are releasing a new book from Life of a Military Child called "Resiliency." Tune-in to hear this conversation live.https://lifeofamilitarychild.netSupport the show (https://cash.app/$unpopularcelebrities)
Learn about what online trolls are like in real life; an auditory illusion rattlesnakes use to trick humans; and blazars. Online trolling might be due to personality rather than the anonymity of the internet by Steffie Drucker New research: The internet does not turn people into trolls – it just makes real-life trolls more visible. (2021, August 26). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/926582 BOR, A., & PETERSEN, M. B. (2021). The Psychology of Online Political Hostility: A Comprehensive, Cross-National Test of the Mismatch Hypothesis. American Political Science Review, 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1017/s0003055421000885 Rattlesnake rattles use auditory illusion to trick human brains by Cameron Duke Forsthofer, M., Schutte, M., Luksch, H., Kohl, T., Wiegrebe, L., & Chagnaud, B. P. (2021). Frequency modulation of rattlesnake acoustic display affects acoustic distance perception in humans. Current Biology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2021.07.018 Turner, B. (2021, August 19). Rattlesnake rattles use auditory illusion to trick human brains. Livescience.com; Live Science. https://www.livescience.com/rattlesnakes-trick-brains-auditory-illusion.html Introducing The Universe's Most Epic Object: The Blazar by Ashley Hamer Atkinson, Nancy. (2009, March 19). Astronomers Observe Bizarre Blazar with Battery of Telescopes. Universe Today. https://www.universetoday.com/27518/astronomers-observe-bizarre-blazar-with-battery-of-telescopes/ Carlson, E. K. (2018, July 12). Blazars explained. Astronomy.com. https://astronomy.com/news/2018/07/what-is-a-blazar Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 51: We tie a bow on our recent LA trip and go on for an embarrassingly long time about all that The Petersen Automotive Museum has to offer, from the very first Ferrari to the Vector W8. Matt Farah and Zack Klapman show us around The Smoking Tire studio and Westside Collector Car Storage and we stop by the goodr Cabana to stock up on new shades. Later, we dodge Colorado leaf peepers, discuss the “critical mass of who'll let you pass” and wonder if the Porsche 718 GT4 really is as good as the 992 GT3. Find The Petersen Automotive Museum online at www.petersen.org Sara Dakarmen is at ladismatler.com and @ladismantler Westside Collector Car Storage: wccs.com The Smoking Tire with Matt Farah and Zack Klapman: thesmokingtire.com, @thesmokingtire, @fakezackklapman and https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast.com HiHo Burger: www.hiho.la Please support those who support us at The Steering Committee Podcast! For the sunglasses of your dreams, shop goodr Sunglasses. Use the code STEERING15 at checkout for 15% off your first order at goodr.com, and, when in Venice CA, visit the goodr Cabana at 1348 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Swisstrax - it's not just surface beauty! Use the code STEER15 at checkout for 15% off sitewide at swisstrax.com. And for bad-ass Belgian brews in Colorado, visit our friends at Bruz Beers: bruzbeers.com
Ooohyata! Was hat denn Pal Dardai eigentlich für ein Spiel gestern gesehen? Nach dem 0:6-Debakel verliert Hertha BSC auch gegen den SC Freiburg - und das auch noch völlig verdient. Davie Selke zieht den Spott des Doppelpassmoderators auf sich, Petersen macht das was er immer gegen uns macht und die Trainerdiskussion nimmt Fahrt auf. Kurz gesagt: In Berlin ist wieder Weltuntergangsstimmung. Völlig verkatert aber wie Joker Piatek doch voll auf der Höhe: Atze und Schmock! Wir analysieren das Spiel, erklären warum Pal Dardai weitermachen soll, hauen irre Thesen raus und blicken auch kurz auf den nächsten Gegner. Hört rin! Gönnt euch! HAHOHE
Kyle Petersen runs sales at Catalyst Software. They were just named one of the top 40 privately held companies in the world. Kyle shares how to create trust through a leadership style grounded in consistency. As you prepare for a year end push and preparation for the upcoming 2022 year…Kyle shares how to use Consistency in ways that build trust and create results without pushing the panic button.
Interview with Shannon Hill. It is amazing someone you work with for years and still do not know everything about them. We learned so much about this wonderful military woman and so will you. Support the show (https://cash.app/$unpopularcelebrities)
We continue our blacktail deer discussion as Kevin Steele hosts Jason Morton (CZ-USA) and Joe Ferronato (Petersen's Hunting) on the Steinbeck Vineyard. Listen in as both Jason and Joe have never hunted coastal blacktail and we talk about some great deer harvested on the opening A Zone weekend. You can find more information about Petersen's Hunting at: https://www.petersenshunting.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rnaoutdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rodnarrowoutdoors YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/RnAOutdoors Website: www.rnaoutdoors.com
Ed Petersen is the Co-Founder and CEO of Wrench, Inc. The company was started with the mission to remove the hassle of vehicle ownership through trust, transparency, and convenience. Wrench operates throughout all 50 states and British Columbia and Ontario, Canada providing maintenance and repair to consumers and enterprises and vehicle inspection services. Ed is a serial entrepreneur, having founded multiple companies, including Intelius, Talentwise, Union-Street.com, LocalMobile, and Pantheon. These companies have provided approximately $1 billion in exits to their collective shareholders. While leading Wrench, he was a 2020 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist, and in 2021 Wrench was recognized as one of the best places to work in the nation by Forbes. Ed graduated from Whittier College with degrees in Business Administration and History and served for several years as a member of the Board of Trustees. Ed is also an active angel investor in the Seattle area, having invested in numerous startups over the years. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are solar panels and electric cars the way out of the current climate crisis? Is there any correlation between increasing rates of mental disorder, including anxiety and depression, and our perpetual pursuit of growth defined by increasing the GDP? Join Al Capone and Eliot Ness (aka Cody and Dan) as they go #beyondFLG with Brian Petersen to learn the answers to these questions. Brian Petersen is an Associate Professor in Geography, Planning, and Recreation in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at NAU (Harvard of the West). Brian earned his BS In Environmental Science from the University of Idaho, followed by Masters Degrees in Forest Resources and Public Administration from the University of Washington. He ultimately earned his PhD in Environmental Studies from the University of California Santa Cruz (Go Banana Slugs)! Brian's research focuses broadly on the social dimensions of climate change. He recently co-authored a book with Diana Stuart and Ryan Gunderson called "Climate Change Solutions: Overcoming the Capital-Climate Contradiction." His work also focuses on wilderness, public lands, biodiversity conservation, sustainability, and city planning. Brian has produced dozens of journal publications related to these topics. He recently served as the Chair of the City of Flagstaff Sustainability Commission for three years and speaks to his experience on this episode. Tune in to learn more about the alternative climate solutions that Brian addresses.
THE QUESTIONS10 - Who will be the alternate captains? (2:27)9 - Will any camp invitees be offered contracts? (6:07)8 - Where will each of the 7 goalies begin the season? (7:18)7 - Where will Vladimir Tkachyov begin the 2021-22 season? (9:40)6 - What does the left side of the defense look like to start the season? (10:45)5 - Will Iafallo and Brown start the season on the top line? (20:29)4 - How many centers will be on the Kings roster at the end of training camp? (25:15)3 - Will any players be claimed off waivers? (29:50)2 - Will any players be traded before the season starts? (29:50)1 - Where will Quinton Byfield begin the 2021-22 season? (38:33)
Host Bob St.Pierre visits with David Nolt and filmmaker Erik Petersen about the production Long Way Home released by Pheasants Forever earlier this month. Long Way Home is a film about loss, second chances, identity, bird dogs and the power of hunting to connect people to places all through the eyes of Nolt and captured through Petersen's camera. Episode Highlights: • Bob compares Long Way Home to Field of Dreams and shares his perspective on the parallels between “having a catch” and “going bird hunting” with one's father. • Nolt puts into words how bird hunting opened up his ability to write the film, which ultimately served as a cathartic release during the grieving process following his father's death. • Nolt also updates listeners on the furry star of the film, his veteran Lab, Leroy, and English Setter, Lucy. • But perhaps the most fascinating component of the discussion is Erik Petersen's insight into the artistic process going into creating the film. From scripting to shot selection to editing, it's a real treat to listen to the podcast right after watching the film and then hearing Erik's artistic decision-making process. Thanks to Purina Pro Plan, Orvis, and South Dakota Tourism for bringing Long Way Home to our members and supporters. If you haven't yet watched it, check it out at www.PheasantsForever.org/LongWayHome
Sebastian Vibe-Petersen is a part of the leadership team at Scandanavian company Scanomat (automated coffee brewing manufacturers), Topbrewer, and coffee roasting company Amokka. Find out more about Scanomat at https://www.scanomat.com/*********************SPONSOR: BARATZA **********************http://www.baratza.com @baratza This episode of the MAP IT FORWARD podcast is brought to you by manual brewing grinder manufacturer, Baratza. The company that's known for innovation, value, quality, and consistency. Baratza designs precision burr grinders with a small footprint - perfect for both home and commercial environments. Head to www.baratza.com to pick up your favorite grinder today or enquire about becoming a wholesaler of Baratza grinders. Baratza - We Grind, You Brew.***************FURTHER INFO***************Website: https://www.mapitforward.orgSocial media: @imapitforward & @mapitforwardmiddleeastMailing-list: https://mapitforward.org/mailinglistAlso available as audio Podcast: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, and all other podcast-listening apps on Apple and Android devices
U 31. epizodi podcasta ugostile smo Ivanu Petersen, "unschooling" mamu troje djece iz Danske, i kolumnisticu portala Supermame koja s našim čitateljima često dijeli crtice iz danskog života. Ivana nam je otkrila u kojem je trenutku odlučila ispisati svoju kćerku iz škole te zašto se odlučila za homeschooling. Objasnila nam je razliku između unschoolinga, deschoolinga i homeschoolinga, koje su prednosti homeschoolinga te kako to funkcionira u Danskoj. Kako izgleda jedan njihov tipičan dan i koje su najčešće predrasude s kojima se susrela? Kako je njezinu odluku prihvatila okolina, nedostaje li djeci interakcija s vršnjacima te kako se ona sama pripremila za homeschooling. Također, otkrila nam je nedostaje li joj njezin posao, kako pronalazi vrijeme za sebe, i koja je najveća lekcija koju ju naučila zahvaljujući homeschooling-u.
One of our best interviews ever. 19th Air Force Command Chief Kris Rodgers and FSS Superintendent CMSgt Jessica Player. Nothing else needs to be said. Please listen and take notes or just listen again. Support the show (https://cash.app/$unpopularcelebrities)
On this week's episode we talk with Nolan Petersen, board chair and tenor vocalist for the Quire of Eastern Iowa. We also hear from Grace Swartzendruber, a mother and full-spectrum doula. The episode features music by Gossip Cult, Alex Body, and “What?” by TIGER! for our Song of the Week. Thank you to Kim Schillig for sponsoring this episode. Ongoing support comes from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Iowa Arts Council, and from the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund. Phase 1 is an initiative of Arts Midwest and its peer United States Regional Arts Organizations made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Best Show Ever is produced by the Englert in Iowa City, Iowa, and is supported by Friends of the Englert. Visit www.englert.org/friends to support our programming. -------------------- Host: Elly Hofmaier Line Producer: Elly Hofmaier Audio Engineers: Elly Hofmaier & Ioannis Alexakis Executive Producers: John Schickedanz & Andre Perry --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/englert/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/englert/support
Lon and Derek discuss what a ridiculous run Adam Wainwright has been on during his age 40 season. Later, the guys hear from Illini coordinators Petersen and Walters to preview Virginia and recap UTSA.
Tudo começou com um case. Percebemos, na conversa com a Pulsus, que a história do Pedro era tão importante quanto os resultados que a empresa havia conseguido com a Meetime. Convidamos o Pedro para contar sua história de SDR a Líder de Pré-vendas e os aprendizados ao longo do caminho. Esse é um podcast para te inspirar a continuar evoluindo, independente do estágio onde você esteja ;) Links que comentamos: >> Case Pulsus + Meetime - https://meetime.com.br/blog/cases-de-sucesso/como-a-pulsus-avancou-em-inteligencia-comercial-e-aumentou-a-conversao/ Estamos no Spotify o/ - Visite bit.ly/casts-for-closers e assine :)
We are excited to introduce our newest Parenting Coach, Kimber Petersen! Kimber comes with a wealth of knowledge in dealing with difficult and challenging behavior using the Teaching-Family Model. You will be hearing more from Kimber in future podcast episodes and she is available for coaching.
Jens Petersen has been working in real estate in Tokyo for over 13 years. He initially found interest in Japanese independent music. In recent years his interest has also branched out into the art world. We spoke about learning Japanese, finding an immersive environment, and job hunting at job fairs. Feel free to reach out with any questions or 悩み事 to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow How to Japanese on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook.
FEJL RETTET: Der var en fejl i den tidligere udsendte episode, så du får den igen – uden fejl. Jeg beklager meget! Jeg gik ombord på det gode skib Equinox i Fort Lauderdale, Florida, sammen med min nye ven Siobhan, som jeg skulle dele kahyt med. Du kan møde hende i den seneste episode. Mit navn er Palle Bo. Velkommen tilbage til nye episoder af Radiovagabond. Dette er sæson 7, episode 253, og i dag skal vi til et stykke Danmarkshistorie på de Amerikanske Jomfruøer, som vi måske bedre kender som Dansk Vestindien. PÅ KRYDSTOGT I EN PANDEMI Denne episode er optaget for kort tid siden, da krydstogtskibe begyndte at sejle igen efter pandemien. Og den er jo stadig ret nærværende – specielt i Florida, hvor vi starter, så Celebrity Cruises har taget rigtig mange forholdsregler for at forhindre, at der er smitte på skibet. Alle skal være vaccinerede og alligevel skal vi alle møde op med en frisk Corona-test. De har ændret på ruten (som jeg fortalte om i den seneste episode), og så er der stop på turen, hvor vi ikke må gå i land, medmindre vi køber en af deres ekskursioner, hvor de har mere styr på, at sikkerheden er i top. Så jeg føler mig ret sikker på, at der ikke bliver smitteudbrud ombord – selvom det nok ville være med til at denne podcast ville gå viral. VELKOMMEN TIL SAINT CROIX Da vi sætter fod på den første af seks caribiske øer, bliver vi mødt af dansende piger, en DJ og et par fyre på stylter. Og jeg har glædet mig meget til at komme netop hertil. Som dansker, der har lidt historisk nysgerrighed er dette et spændende sted at besøge. Men lad os starte med lidt fakta om hvor vi er: MAN KAN STADIG SE NOGET DANSK HER Der er stadig noget dansk at se her. Her på Saint Croix så jeg både en Kongensgade, en Kirkegade og i dag besøger jeg både Frederiksted og Christiansted. Jeg gik også en tur på kirkegården og så mange danske …sen-navne. For eksempel var der gravsted for ”Frederik Jøgen Christensen fra Køge”. Ja, der står Jøgen, men jeg mistænker, at det er gravsten-manden, der har lavet en stavefejl efter han havde brugt meget energi på at finde ud af at lave et Ø. EN MEGET STOR EJENDOMSHANDEL De Amerikanske Jomfruøer (eller US Virgin Islands) hed Dansk Vestindien indtil Danmark solgte øerne til USA tilbage i marts 1917. Prisen var 25 millioner dollars i guld, hvilket vil være omkring 554 millioner dollars i nutidens penge. Jeg tror, at Trump ville kalde dette en ”meget stor ejendomshandel”. Bemærk, at dette var tilbage, hvor vi solgte dele af vores kongerige. Grønland er ikke til salg. HOVEDSTADEN ER IKKE PÅ DEN STØRSTE JOMFRU-Ø Saint Croix er den største af øerne, men hovedstaden Charlotte Amalie ligger på Saint Thomas. DEN SIDSTE JUMFRU De fleste kender de tre øer, St. Jan, St. Thomas og St. Croix, men der er faktisk kommet en fjerde til – for ikke så mange år siden. Det er den lille ø ”Water Island”, som ligger tæt ved St. Thomas. Men den er også meget lille: Kun omkring to kvadratkilometer. USA købte øen for bare 10.000 dollars. De lokale kalder den ”The Last Virgin”. HALVDELEN AF BEFOLKNINGEN BOR PÅ SAINT CROIX Der bor lidt mere end 50.000 mennesker på Saint Croix, hvilket er næsten halvdelen af den samlede befolkning i dette territorie. ØEN HAR ET LILLE BJERG Selvom øen er lille, så har de faktisk et bjerg, der er omkring dobbelt så højt som Himmelbjerget. Det højeste punkt på St. Croix, Mount Eagle er 355 meter højt. TO HOVEDBYER HAR GIVET ØEN SIT KÆLENAVN St. Croix har kælenavnet ”Twin City” efter de to byer, Frederiksted i den vestlige del (hvor vores skib ligger til) og den lidt større, Christiansted, i den nordøstlige del af øen (hvor jeg skal til senere i dag). EN KAFFE OG TO SAMTALER, TAK Jeg starter min dag i Frederiksted inden jeg tager på byvandring i Christiansted. Jeg gik lidt rundt i byen og endte på en café, med navnet, Polly's at the Pier. Her ville jeg nyde både en kop kaffe og noget Wi-Fi, der var en del hurtigere end det skibet kan præstere. Her falder jeg i snak med ejeren, Susan, som fortæller mig, at hun valgte at forlade Colorado for at finde et sted med lidt varmere klima efter hun gik på pension. Og til sin egen store overraskelse, så ”kom hun til” at købe en café midt i en pandemi. Og efter den første måned, der var langsom, er det faktisk gået rigtig godt. Hun nyder livet her, og har ingen planer om at forlade Saint Croix – selvom der både er det, de kalder ”island-time” og at man godt kan få lidt økuller ind i mellem. Vi sidder I caféens baggård med høns rendende rundt mellem bordene. Der er også et sted heromme, hvor man kan leje cykler, og her møder jeg Rebecca, som er født og opvokset her. Du bliver nødt til at lytte til episoden for at høre, hvad de to skønne kvinder har at sige. Og så vil du også høre, at min alarm pludselig ringer for at minde mig om, at jeg skal gøre mig klar til at tage på tur til Christiansted. CHRISTIANSTED OG MANDEN PÅ 10-DOLLAR-SEDLEN Inden byvandringen starter vores guide med at læse en lang besked, hun har fået fra Celebrity Cruises. Den handler om alle de ting, vi skal huske omkring, hvordan man opfører sig i en pandemi. Med andre ord, ting vi alle har hørt 200 millioner gange før de seneste 18 måneder. Vi skal vaske hænder, holde afstand og bære maske. Man bliver lidt træt – selvom det naturligvis er rart at vide, at de tænker på vores sikkerhed. VORES HIMMELSKE TURGUIDE Guiden på denne tur er en lidt ældre kvinde med de himmelske navn ”Heavenly Petersen”. Ja, hendes fornavn er virkelig Heavenly. Og hendes efternavn er Petersen – stavet på den danske måde. Hun bekræfter min mistanke om, at hun har danske rødder, men reagerer slet ikke da jeg fortæller hende, at jeg er fra Danmark. Jeg havde ellers forventet ee “wow, virkelig?” eller noget i den dur, men intet. Jeg tænkte, at hun nok ikke havde hørt mig, så jeg gentog mig selv. Og Heavenly gentog sin larmende stilhed. Det er måske slet ikke så specielt at være dansker i Caribien, som jeg havde troet, men jeg må indrømme, at jeg synes, at det var så underligt, at jeg fortsat ikke troede, at hun havde hørt mig. Men senere, da vi står foran indgangen til Fort Christiansværn og ser et Skilderhus, nævner jeg, at der også står den slags foran Amalienborg i København. Og så siger hun: ”Nå ja, du er herren fra Danmark”. MIT NAVN ER ALEXANDER HAMILTON " How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten spot in the Caribbean by providence, impoverished in squalor, grow up to be a hero and a scholar?" Disse ord er fra den berømte Broadway musical om Alexander Hamilton. Og det var en nyhed for mig, at han faktisk voksede op her på Saint Croix – inden han blev en af USA's ”Founding Fathers” og fik sit ansigt på den amerikanske 10-dollar-seddel. Vi går indenfor på Fort Christiansværn og hører mere om ham og især om hans mor, Rachel Faucett Lavien, som tilbragte tid i en fængselscelle her. HISTORIEN OM HAMILTON OG HANS MOR, RACHEL Heavenly fortæller os om Rachel og Alexander, da vi står i hendes celle, som de i dag kalder ”Rachel's Room”. Her tilbragte hun seks måneder bag lås og slå, fordi hendes mand fik hende anholdt. En mand, som Heavenly kalder ”ældre mand”, den 32-årige John Michael Lavien. Ifølge Heavenly blev hun anholdt for at havde opført sig flirtende. Jeg har researchet lidt, og det lader til at hun vist havde gjort mere end at flirte. Mens hun var gift med den ”gamle mand” blev hun taget med bukserne nede sammen med en anden mand. Hun og Cronenberg blev taget på fersk gerning – nøgne i et soveværelse og som det stod i retsprotokollen, ”med omstændigheder der tilstrækkeligt demonstrerer deres skamløse samleje og skandaløse opførsel”. Så, det er nok derfor, at Lin-Manuel Miranda kalder Alexander Hamilton ”son of a whore” i den populære musical. Både Rachel og Cronenburg tilbragte flere måneder bag tremmer for deres utroskab – og Rachel tilbragte seks måneder her på Christiansværn. Da de blev løsladt, blev Cronenburg udvist fra øen og han dukkede senere op på St. Thomas. Rachel blev løsladt da hun lovede at tage tilbage til sin mand, at hun ville opføre sig pænt og gøre alt, hvad han bad hende om. Men hun snød ham. Så snart hun kunne forlod hun også Saint Croix og tog tilbage til Nevis, hvor hun kom fra. Nevis er en anden caribisk ø og en del af det lille land Saint Kitts and Nevis. Her mødte hun skotten, James Hamilton, og sammen fik de to sønner mens hun stadig var gift med Lavien: James Hamilton Jr og den yngste, som de valgte at opkalde efter hans farfar, Alexander Hamilton. I 1759, bad Lavien om skilsmisse. På dette tidspunkt var James Jr seks år og Alexander to (eller måske fire – der er lidt usikkerhed om, hvornår han var født). Da James Hamilton Sr fandt ud af, at hun faktisk allerede var gift, forlod han hende, og hun måtte forsørge de to drenge alene. Det gjorde hun ved at drive en lille butik her tilbage i Cristiansted. Det var i en bygning, som vi også besøgte, der i dag kaldes Hamilton House. Kort tid efter fik hun dog gul feber og døde i 1768. Så i en alder af 13 (eller måske 11) var Alexander forældreløs. NOT THROWING AWAY MY SHOT Så hvordan bliver denne horeunge, forældrelæse, søn af en hore-kælling og en skotte en af USA's fædre og ti-dollar-ansigtet? (frit oversat fra Lin-Manuel Mirandas engelske tekst) "He got a lot farther by working a lot harder. By being a lot smarter. By being a self-starter. And by fourteen, they placed him in charge of a trading charter. " Selvom han kun var teenager, var han dygtig nok til at have ansvaret for et firma i fem måneder, mens ejeren var til søs. Han læste meget og begyndte også at skrive en del. Og så begyndte han at drømme om et liv ovre på fastlandet. Han spildte bestemt ikke sine chancer. Hvis du vil have resten af historien, foreslår jeg at du tager en tur til New York og ser Hamilton musicallen. Hvis du kan få billetter. MEGET MERE PÅ SAINT CROIX END BARE HISTORIE Selvom øens historie er meget spændende – og jeg har kun kradset lidt i overfladen, så er der meget mere at opleve her på Saint Croix. Der er bogstaveligt hundrede ting at se og gøre her. Her er en liste med titlen 100 things to do on St. Croix. Men det var, hvad jeg havde valgt at opleve, de få timer, jeg tilbragte her i Dansk Vestindien. Jeg kunne sagtens finde på at komme tilbage og prøve de andre 99. Jeg hedder Palle Bo, og jeg skal videre. Vi ses.
If you've ever wanted to break into the bowhunting industry full time, this episode is for you! Associate Editor Mark Demko joins the show to discuss his new role with Petersen's Bowhunting, his background in media and the outdoors and tease some of the new content initiatives we are working on behind the scenes.
Dr. Vikki Petersen, DC, CCN, CFMP, is a certified nutritionist, certified functional medicine practitioner, chiropractor and founder of the renowned Root Cause Medical Clinics in Saratoga, California and Clearwater, Florida. She is co-author of “The Gluten Effect”, a bestselling book that has been celebrated by leading experts as an epic leap forward in gluten sensitivity diagnosis and treatment. Her second book is entitled “Hiatal Hernia Syndrome”, where she again tackles a health condition affecting millions for which conventional medicine has no answers.
I boarded the Celebrity Cruise ship, Equinox, on the pier in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with my cabin-roomie, Siobhan – that I featured in the latest episode. My name is Palle Bo. Welcome back to all new episodes of The Radio Vagabond. This is Season 7, episode 206, and today we're going to St. Croix – one of the US Virgin Islands. CRUISING IN A PANDEMIC This episode is recorded just a few days ago, as cruising is starting up again after the pandemic. And they are taking so many precautions for our safety. As we all know (from the beginning of the pandemic), a cruise ship is not the best place to be if there's a Coronavirus outbreak. They require that all passengers are fully vaccinated, and on top of that, we all need to have a Covid test to board. Plus, they are sailing with less than half as many passengers as they have the capacity for. Also, as I mentioned in the latest episode a few days ago, they changed the itinerary, and then at some ports, we're only allowed to leave the ship on port days if we go on one of their excursions. Everything is to prevent any cases of Covid on the ship. So, we're probably relatively safe – and thank God (even though it could make this podcast go viral). WELCOME TO SAINT CROIX As we set foot on land at the first stop on the cruise, we're greeted by local dancers, a DJ, and some guys on stilts. It's a special place for me as a Dane because the US Virgin Islands used to be a part of my home country, Denmark. But let's start with seven facts about where we are: 1. YOU STILL SEE A BIT OF DENMARK HERE Up until March 1917, they were called the Danish West Indies, and still, there is a lot of Danish history here. Like location names. The street sign in Kings Street also has the Danish name Kongensgade. There's also a Kirkegade (Church Street). Today, I'm visiting Frederiksted and Christiansted – also very typical names for Danish kings. 2. A VERY BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL Denmark sold the islands for 25 million USD in gold (around 554 million USD in current money). Someone might call it "a very big real estate deal"... 3. THE CAPITAL IS NOT ON THE BIGGEST ISLAND St. Croix is the largest of the islands in the territory. But the capital, Charlotte Amalie, is located on St. Thomas. 4. THE LAST VIRGIN Most people know that there are three main US Virgin Islands, but not that many years ago, a fourth was added: tiny Water Island, located off the coast of St. Thomas. And it is tiny – less than one square mile (around two square kilometres), and the USA bought it for a cool $10,000, making it what locals playfully call "The Last Virgin." 5. HALF OF THE POPULATION IS ON SAINT CROIX The population of St. Croix is a bit more than 50,000 – almost half of the populations on the islands. 6. AN ISLAND WITH A LITTLE MOUNTAIN The highest point of St. Croix is Mount Eagle, at 355 meters (1,165 ft). 7. TWO CITIES GAVE IT THE NICKNAME St. Croix's nickname is "Twin City", for its two towns, Frederiksted on the western end (where we dock with the cruise) and the bigger, Christiansted, on the northeast part of the island (where I'm going later today). ONE COFFEE AND TWO CHATS, PLEASE I start my day in Frederiksted, before I go on a tour in Christiansted. I went to a coffee shop for some coffee and better Wi-Fi than what is available on the ship. After walking around the city, I ended up in a place called Polly's at the Pier. I got chatting with the owner, Susan. She tells me that she's from Colorado and came here to the island looking for a warm place to retire. And then she ended up buying the coffee shop in the middle of the pandemic. In my conversation with her, she confirms that there is a thing called "island time" here, and you do get a bit of Island fever. But Susan likes it here and have no plans of leaving anytime soon. We're sitting in the courtyard behind the café with chickens running around us. And there's also a place where you can rent a bicycle. Here I meet Rebecca, who is she's born and raised here. Please have a listen to the episode to hear my conversation with these two women. Then you will also hear my alarm going off in the middle of the last chat – reminding me that it's time for me to get ready to go on the tour to Christiansted. CHRISTIANSTED AND THE TEN-DOLLAR MAN At the beginning of the walking tour, our guide goes into a 2-minute statement given to her by Celebrity Cruises. They asked her to read it to us, and it's all about the things we need to know about how to act when going on a walking tour in Covid-times. And guess what? We need to wash our hands, maintain social distancing, and always wear a mask. You know all the same things we've been hearing 200 million times in the last 18 months… But good to know that they are taking it seriously. OUR HEAVENLY TOURGUIDE Our guide is a slightly older woman with the wonderful name Heavenly Petersen. Yes, her first name is really Heavenly, and the last name is Petersen – which is a unique Danish way of spelling it. She confirms my suspicion that she has Danish ancestors, so I tell her that I'm from Denmark. And much to my surprise, I get no reaction. I was expecting a "wow, really" or "maybe we're related" or just a smile. But nothing. There was no reaction whatsoever – just a "good to meet you, sir" a few seconds later. So, I thought she might not have heard me, and I repeated myself: "My name is Palle, and I am from DENMARK". Again, nothing. I found it funny and slightly weird, and I still thought that she didn't hear it. But a bit later, I find out that she did. When we came to the entrance of the fort Christiansvern, there was a "Skillerhouse" outside. It's a little red human-size house that is uniquely Danish. It's where a soldier can stand in when it rains, and we have them outside the royal castle in Copenhagen, Amalienborg. And as I mention that to Heavenly, she shows me that she did hear that I was "the gentleman from Denmark". MY NAME IS ALEXANDER HAMILTON " How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten spot in the Caribbean by providence, impoverished in squalor, grow up to be a hero and a scholar?" These are words from the famous Broadway musical about Alexander Hamilton, and he grew up right here on St. Croix and later became one of the founding fathers of the United States – and got his face is on the ten-dollar bill. We walk inside fort Christiansvern and hear more about this man and his mother, Rachel Faucett Lavien, who spent time in a prison cell here. STORY OF HAMILTON AND HIS MOTHER RACHEL Inside Hamilton's mother's prison cell, which they call Rachel's Room, Heavenly Petersen tells me that Rachel was sent in jail with a push from her, John Michael Lavien, for having "flirtatious ways". But it might have been just a bit more than flirting. While she was married to Lavien, she and another man, Cronenberg, were caught in a bedroom, undressed and (as it said in the court documents) "with more circumstances that sufficiently demonstrated their shameless intercourse and scandalous life." So, this is why Lin-Manuel Miranda refers to Alexander Hamilton as a son of a whore in the hit musical. Both Rachel and Cronenberg ended up in jail for several months for their adultery. Rachel 6 months here in Christiansvern. Once released, Cronenberg was booted off the island and later showed up in St. Thomas. Rachel had to promise that she would go back to her husband and be very nice to him and do everything he told her to do. But she tricked him and left the island to go back to Nevis, another Caribbean Island in Saint Kitts and Nevis. Here she met Scotsman, James Hamilton, and they had two sons when she still was married to Lavien: James Hamilton Jr and one they named Alexander. Lavien asked for a divorce in 1759 when James Jr was six and Alexander was two years old – or maybe four – it's a bit uncertain when exactly he was born. When James Hamilton Sr. heard about her real husband asking for a divorce, he abandoned her. She was alone back here in Christiansted on St. Croix with the two boys, where she supported them by keeping a small store – now knowns as the Hamilton House. But not for long. She contracted yellow fever and died on February 19, 1768, leaving Alexander orphaned at 13 (or 11). NOT THROWING AWAY MY SHOT So, how does this bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman become one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and the ten-dollar face? "He got a lot farther by working a lot harder. By being a lot smarter. By being a self-starter. And by fourteen, they placed him in charge of a trading charter. " Despite only being in his teenage years, he proved capable enough as a trader to be left in charge of the firm for five months while the owner was at sea. He was also an avid reader and later also a writer. He began to desire a life outside St. Croix. So, he was not throwing away his shots. For the rest of the history, go see the Hamilton musical on Broadway in New York… If you can get tickets. MUCH MORE TO DO ON SAINT CROIX THAN JUST HISTORY And if you come to St. Croix, you should go on a historical tour of this place even if you're not Danish. But there are 100 things to do on St. Croix. Adventure, arts and culture, food and drinks, scuba diving and water sports. Click the link and see a list of the 100 things to do. This was what I chose to do in the few hours I was here, but I might come back again and do some of the other 99. My name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. See you.
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Welcome to the Siim Land Podcast I'm your host Siim Land and our guest today is Dr. Melissa Petersen. Dr. Melissa is an epigenetic success coach and licensed chiropractic with board certification in holistic health. I was also speaking at Dr. Melissa's free online event the Longevity Summit with other experts from the anti-aging field. Check out the free Longevity Summit at siimland.com/262 Timestamps: 03:00 What Does Longevity Mean 09:00 Understanding Aging Mechanisms 11:55 Epigenetics vs Genetics 17:08 Perception's Effect on Aging 23:58 Virtual Reality and Psychedelics 34:00 Do Traumas Pass On Through Genes 40:45 Wearable Technologies 45:45 Immune System Aging 51:40 What to Do With Increased Lifespan And much more... Here are the links to the podcast on all platforms Link to the Audio Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher Link to the podcast on Spotify Link to the podcast on CastBox Watch the Biohacking Bootcamp Videos on Patreon This episode is sponsored by BiOptimizers. They're giving the listeners of this podcast an exclusive offer on one of their best-selling products. It's called Magnesium Breakthrough and is the most full-spectrum magnesium supplement out there. Most supplements contain only 1 or 2 forms of magnesium... when in reality there are at least 7 that your body needs and benefits from. Magnesium is the master mineral that governs virtually all physiological processes in the body. With volume discounts combined with our custom 10% coupon code, SIIM10, you can save up to 40% off select packages of Magnesium Breakthrough! That's an AMAZING value. And I promise that deal is ONLY available on this specific website, Click Here to Support the Show on Patreon! Show Notes DoNotAge SIRT6 Activator - Use Code SIIM DoNotAge - Use Code SIIM Lucas Aoun's Natural Testosterone Optimization Course 10% OFF The Immunity Fix on Amazon Get Magnesium Breakthrough for a 10% Discount! Use Code SIIM for 10% Off Self Decode Use Code SIIM for a 10% Discount on the KAATSU Bands My New Book Stronger by Stress My NEW BOOK Metabolic Autophagy Metabolic Autophagy Audiobook Metabolic Autophagy Master Class Total Sleep Optimization Video Course Get the FULL GUIDE to INTERMITTENT FASTING FREE BOOK Get the Metabolic Autophagy Program Keto Adaptation Manual Book Watch the Biohacking Bootcamp Videos on Patreon Body Mind Empowerment Handbook Keto Fit Program Keto // IF Program Stay Empowered Siim
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Without enough water to feed livestock or keep soil moist, Minnesota farmers have been hit hard by the summer's hot, dry conditions. Seventy-eight percent of the state is currently experiencing extreme drought conditions, and small farmers are weathering the drought with virtually no safety net. Help is on the way: Earlier this month, Minnesota received $17.5 million in federal aid to mitigate the impact of climate change. Gov. Tim Walz says some of that will go to support farmers and ranchers. But Thom Peterson, Minnesota Department of Agriculture Commissioner, told guest host Chris Farrell that the state knows this aid package alone isn't enough to keep farmers afloat and is considering any and all potential solutions. “We're looking at all of the above. Whether that's a special session coming up here in September, whether it's American Rescue Plan dollars, where can we get the dollars from to help these farmers, and what are some of the things that we can do to help move this situation?” Petersen said. Petersen advised farmers to keep receipts and document losses so that they can be reimbursed if aid comes from the federal or state government. Small farmers are pushing for more streamlined ways to get a piece of that pie. “This year's been incredibly hard on our smaller farmers, just because it was frost and drought and then the heat,” said Kathy Zeman, executive director of the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association and the owner of Simple Harvest Farm Organics. “Many of our farmers are not going to farmers' markets because of lack of produce,” said Janssen Hang, executive director and co-founder of the Hmong American Farmers Association. Many aid programs for farmers are targeted at large, traditional crop and livestock farms. But there's less infrastructure to support small farmers, especially those who rent the land they farm. When small farmers do apply for aid, they often face documentation requirements that don't make sense when compared to the realities of their operations, and they are sometimes treated like they aren't “real” farmers, Zeman and Hang said. “There's no safety nets for micro-farmers,” Hang said. “The only safety nets that we have are our neighbors,” Zeman added, highlighting how small farmers and other agriculture professionals in Minnesota have come together in the Local Food Producer Resilience Working Group to push for systemic change. “The system doesn't fit us, and it needs to shift — and shift rapidly.” Fifty percent of the vendors in the main farmers' markets in the Twin Cities are Hmong farmers, Hang said. Zeman called for dollars to be shifted away from legacy aid programs to the younger, more diverse “future of Minnesota farming.” What would such changes look like? Hang would like to see simplified support programs, along with greater diversity in government agencies to help overcome language barriers and other barriers to understanding for farmers. Petersen recognized the need for greater flexibility in government programs, especially with climate change exacerbating the challenges faced by all farmers. “Two years ago, we were in an extreme flood situation in the same areas we're in an extreme drought … right now,” Petersen said. “We have to have programs that are more nimble, can adjust quickly.” Guests: Thom Petersen is the Minnesota Department of Agriculture Commissioner Kathy Zeman is the executive director of the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association and the owner of Simple Harvest Farm Organics Janssen Hang is the executive director and co-founder of the Hmong American Farmers Association Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.
Introduction In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Navin Gupta, SVP of the home and hospice division at MatrixCare, is joined by Rachel Petersen, Manager of Product Innovation, Medication History and PDMP at Surescripts, and Jill Lytwyn, Key Account Executive at Surescripts. The three discuss driving better patient outcomes via medication reconciliation in home care. Join Rachel, Jill, and Navin as they cover the issue of medication reconciliation, the genesis of Surescripts, and the Surescripts Network Alliance. Learn how their solution can help providers stop relying on manual processes and streamline transitions of care by reducing errors of admission, duplicate medications, and drug interactions. Listen to the episode below. Topics discussed during today’s episode: [00:38 – 02:49]: Navin introduces our guests, Rachel Petersen and Jill Lytwyn. [02:49 – 07:33]: Rachel and Jill provide their origin stories and what brought them to their current positions at Surescripts. [8:43 – 10:20]: Jill explains the genesis of Surescripts and the Surescripts Network Alliance. Through this alliance and Surescripts’ various partnerships, they have connected over two million health care professionals and organizations. [10:51 – 13:12]: Jill describes the issue of medication reconciliation and how obtaining medication history on a patient via technology streamlines transitions of care by reducing errors of admission, duplicate medications, and drug interactions. [10:24 – 16:07]: By using a medication reconciliation solution, Surescripts has seen an average of 45 minutes in time savings. This corresponds directly to cost savings for care providers. [16:56 – 18:25]: Rachel explains how understanding the “why” behind clinical decision-making can greatly improve data quality and drive better patient outcomes. [19:23 – 22:10]: Rachel describes the considerations that providers should be taking when making EHR decisions including selecting a platform that allows users to pull data from multiple sources. Resources Learn more about MatrixCare: https://www.matrixcare.com/ Find out more about Surescripts: https://surescripts.com/ Read the transcript of today’s episode Listen to more episodes of the Post-Acute POV Disclaimer The content in this presentation or materials is for informational purposes only and is provided “as-is.” Information and views expressed herein, may change without notice. We encourage you to seek as appropriate, regulatory and legal advice on any of the matters covered in this presentation or materials. ©2021 by MatrixCare
Dr. Melissa Petersen is a sought-out expert in thriving! For over 20 years as an author, speaker and thought leader in epigenetics and precision longevity, she's been connecting the dots, coaching experts and enthusiasts alike on how to unlock their DNA code and harness their limitless potential to flourish in business, health and life while looking, feeling and living their life optimized. She is the host of the Longevity Lab Podcast, author of the Codes of Longevity, visionary behind the 120 Collective for those ready to be ageless, founder of the Longevity Experts Network for today's top health leaders, is an advisory member to Heads Up Health Technologies and holds the position as the Chief Limitless Officer at Apeiron Academy of Epigenetics. Her clinical training and background include a Licensed Doctor of Chiropractic & Epigenetic Human Performance Success Coach, with a Board Certification in Holistic Health and a Masters in Wellness Leadership and Performance. Pair this with her past fitness and television career in the world of professional wrestling and you get a powerhouse that is on a mission to uplift, inspire and ignite people around the globe to express greater states of health, wellbeing and human flourishing. In this episode we spoke to Melissa about the role of your DNA language in navigating change, her new book and upcoming Longevity Summit (25- 29 August 2021). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Lon and Derek discuss what reasonable expectations are for Year One under Bret Bielema, and if Lon is asking for too much with a 6-7 win bar. Later, hear updated daily audio from both Illini football coordinators.
In the latest Omni Talk Ask An Expert Series Anne Mezzenga sits down with Lowes Foods E-commerce VP Chad Petersen to hear about the strategy they're putting together for the next year in grocery. Lowes Foods is no stranger to online grocery ordering, they've been doing it since 1997, but as Chad explains, like many regional grocery chains, they are experimenting with the right mix of resource allocation for in-store pickup vs. delivery and owned vs third party services for picking, packing, and last-mile. Chad breaks down the successes and opportunities they've had throughout the pandemic, especially as they welcome customers back to the store experience they're so well known for. (The entire staff does a chicken dance each time hot, fresh, chicken comes out to the deli seen here: https://youtu.be/KwpFHxJTnIo) They close with Chad's advice for other grocers as they approach the "shiny pennies" of grocery innovation and the daily headlines from new players offering delivery in minutes to full fulfillment. You can find out more about Chad and Lowes Foods at https://www.lowesfoods.com/contact
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Today I am beyond thrilled to introduce my guest, Lisa Petersen to The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast!Lisa is my somatics teacher and someone who has had a profound impact on my life as both a movement teacher and human. In our chat together, Lisa shares:> what somatics is, explores and supports> the value of mixing modalities (and why somatics is often her movement tool of choice for clients experiencing pain)> Why she ultimately sees what she does as 'teaching people to trust themselves'> the role of agency and how somatics allows us to tap into that to help ourselves> the important distinction between the collective experience and our individual experiences - and why getting in touch with the latter is key to changing our experience of things like pain and tension> what embodied anatomy is and how it can support our movement practice. Tune in to hear our full conversation! About Lisa:Lisa Petersen is a Yoga Teacher, Therapist, and Somatic Movement Educator based in Ireland. With nearly two decade's teaching experience and a BSc. (Hons) in Communications, Lisa is known for her clarity, presence, humour and passion. She offers workshops and teacher training in Yoga, Somatics and embodied anatomy internationally. You can connect with Lisa via her website. Also find her on Instagram.Mentioned in this episode:> The work of Donna Farhi> Thomas Hanna and Hanna Somatics> Amy Matthews - Embodied Asana Connect with Erica via her website, Instagram and Facebook.
Kelly Petersen is the friend that you want in your corner whether you're going through a tough time or having the best time of your life! We met through Instagram and have discovered we share a love for being your true self and teaching kids all about emotions. She is lovingly known as Boundaries Babe by those who know her. She is passionate about all things self care, just graduated with her degree in elementary teaching where she is committed to creating safe classrooms and teaching for all students. She's been married 6 years and from Omaha, Nebraska. Ashlynn Mitchell kicks divorce & betrayal in the teeth. With her real world example of what's possible after betrayal & how to live boldly with compassion & forgiveness while being boundaried & free from the past. She is an advocate for women who want to live a life full of adventure & freedom. Come listen to her perspectives while she has conversations with those she loves & respects who share their #bethebuffalo moments that may just help you shift your own journey in a beautiful way. Mentor with her at https://www.thisisashlynn.com
Kelly Petersen is the friend that you want in your corner whether you're going through a tough time or having the best time of your life! We met through Instagram and have discovered we share a love for being your true self and teaching kids all about emotions. She is lovingly known as Boundaries Babe by those who know her. She is passionate about all things self care, just graduated with her degree in elementary teaching where she is committed to creating safe classrooms and teaching for all students. She's been married 6 years and from Omaha, Nebraska. Ashlynn Mitchell kicks divorce & betrayal in the teeth. With her real world example of what's possible after betrayal & how to live boldly with compassion & forgiveness while being boundaried & free from the past. She is an advocate for women who want to live a life full of adventure & freedom. Come listen to her perspectives while she has conversations with those she loves & respects who share their #bethebuffalo moments that may just help you shift your own journey in a beautiful way. Join her on her new podcast HERE Follow her on social media at HERE Mentor with her at HERE When we started this journey we had no idea, where it would lead. Although we have never taken a stand as to what should happen with a relationship after infidelity, we have strived to keep ours together. We still believe in what we teach. If you need help you can go to? Go to HERE Click here to move beyond betrayal HERE Connect on Instagram: HERE
Real Estate Investor and Entrepreneur, Daniel Petersen, joins me to talk about a thing we call "The Talk" we have started together. Zechariah 4:10 says "Do not despise small beginnings." We sit down to talk just before the start of the first of six small group meetings we'll be hosting at my house. Each week, more than a dozen young entrepreneurs and future business leaders will join us for dinner and entrepreneurial conversation. Specifically today, we will lead a discussion about what an entrepreneur is and isn't. We answer the question "what qualifies you to be an entrepreneur?". I hope you enjoy our fun, impromptu discussion just before we head into our meeting!