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Horse Tip Daily
1461 Positively Influence Your Horses Rhythm with Bridgid Browne

Horse Tip Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 5:03


Today's tip is an excerpt from the Dressage Radio Show featuring show hosts Reese Koffler Stanfield and Philip Parkes as they chat with Bridgid Browne about how to positively influence your horses' rhythm. Link for the visually impaired click hereSupport for this episode provided by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio NetworkTodays contributors: Reese Koffler Stanfield, Philip Parkes, Bridgid Browne, Dressage Radio Show

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1461 Positively Influence Your Horses Rhythm with Bridgid Browne - Horse Tip Daily

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 5:03


Today's tip is an excerpt from the Dressage Radio Show featuring show hosts Reese Koffler Stanfield and Philip Parkes as they chat with Bridgid Browne about how to positively influence your horses' rhythm. Link for the visually impaired click hereSupport for this episode provided by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio NetworkTodays contributors: Reese Koffler Stanfield, Philip Parkes, Bridgid Browne, Dressage Radio Show

The Bakery Bears Radio Show
Episode 77 'How do we start a new year positively?'

The Bakery Bears Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 51:20


Welcome to the 'Bakery Bears Radio Show' Episode 77   We are delighted to return with our latest episode of the Radio Show. Thanks to some dreadful weather we had to postpone last weeks scheduled episode to today. Join us on our first walk of 2023 in the snow!!   Join Kay & Dan as they: Take a walk through a new park en route to their new post office Refer back to their first question time episode https://bakerybearsradioshow.podbean.com/e/episode-72-question-time/ If YOU would like to suggest a subject for us to talk about you can contact us here hello@bakerybears.com Discuss how they started off their 2023 and what they do to start the year off positively Kay talks about some of her techniques for dealing with her anxieties Talk through their creative process, specifically how they develop new TV shows and knitting patterns Mentioned Dans shows all of which you can find here https://bakerybears.com/adventures/ Dan mentioned Mudlarking https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/mudlarking-9781408889213/ And The Storyteller https://www.davegrohlstoryteller.com We'll see you on the 27th of January with the next episode of the show. You can find past episodes of the Radio Show here: On Podbean : https://bakerybearsradioshow.podbean.com On Apple Podcasts : https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-bakery-bears-radio-show/id1474815454 Follow the Bakery Bears on Twitter https://twitter.com/bakerybears Follow the Bakery Bears on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bakerybears/

Story Story Night
Late Night's "A HOLiDAY NOT TO BE REMEMBERED" (Full Show)

Story Story Night

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 90:51


THE HOLiDAYS 2022 SPECiAL LATE-NiGHT EDiTION WHERE BLACK SHEEP GO FOR THE HOLIDAYS with featured storytellers Reese Samuels and Mitch Kuhn musical guests: The premiere of The Grandjeans! Cheers to the odd one out (and the oddball stories) at holiday gatherings. You'll fit right in here. Positively shameless, Story Story Late-Night is the black sheep of the storytelling family. This season, we're extending the no-holds-barred series with a special holiday edition at Visual Arts Collective. Spill it—all the meaty, juicy bits—around our proverbial Thanksgiving table with zero side-eye from Aunt Karen. And your literally around a table with our new cabaret-style seating. Rated R to XXX, break free from boring holiday events and tell it like it really is. With featured storytellers intermixed with an uncensored story slam, what happens at Late-Night, stays at Late-Night…until we put it on our podcast. Hosted by Beth Norton

Duke Basketball Report
#479 - Looking positively at the loss in Littlejohn

Duke Basketball Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 64:44


The Duke Blue Devils suffered a 72-64 loss to the Clemson Tigers yesterday at Littlejohn Coliseum. However, while the Blue Devils lost, there were certainly a lot of positive things that one could take away, and we discuss them on Episode 479. It's Jason Evans' birthday, so we seek to make this episode fun in his honor. Jason was also at the game, so he gives his his firsthand account of what it was like to be in the building for this one. We focus on some good performances by Kyle Filipowski and Tyrese Proctor as well as Dereck Lively starting to come along. For a loss, we spend a lot of time on the good, as Duke showed some fight in staying in the ballgame. After the break, we shift to what went wrong, namely the shooting. Jason gives us a soundbite from the postgame press conference where Jon Scheyer is candid about what comes next for Duke as well as his belief that a couple players are ready to break out. We also have brief discussions on whether Jaden Schutt could have helped off the bench as well as the notion by some fans that Scheyer's calm persona means he doesn't have any fire. The DBR Podcast will be back early this week to explain a new podcast format that we think will be great for you all as listeners. The idea will be releasing more episodes that can provide more timely content that will keep you entertained throughout the week. Look out for that explainer episode in the coming days! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Maxi Pod
S8 E1 "POSITIVELY DREADFUL"

The Maxi Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 73:10


In a completely unexpected and not ever been done before twist of fate, the Maxi Pod is making a rare off-season return to pull your favorite ugly girls out of their own January dread. Start your Joe Burrow count for 2023, and get your pale ears ready for an inspiring and heroic hour of talking us all of the ledge. This episodes includes but is not limited to: hot topics that Maggie may or may not care about, acting 101, unsolicited advice on how to toxic-ly positively will yourself through this god forsaken month, a deep dive into The Challenge: Ride or Dies, and the first Destiny's Challenge of 2023 (The year of FloRida) and Season 8.  Trust us, this is just the thwack you needed.  Share with a friend we are open for business. 

The Professional Failure Podcast
EP 76: Ian Barnard | Calligraphy Hobby Turned Profession, Positively Self-Critiquing, Getting to the Higher Mountain, A Healthy Competition, Lessons From The Spinning Beach Ball, and Releasing Your Creativity Through Playing

The Professional Failure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 62:56


Story of failure: Spilling green matcha all over my new white shirt.Hi, I'm Ian Barnard, a hand lettering artist and calligrapher. I have a passion for inspiring, entertaining and helping people to get better at their lettering skills through videos on my Instagram and Youtube channels and also creating and selling digital lettering brushes for the iPad.I also am co-host of a popular creative podcast called The Honest Designers Show, where we give you a transparent look into life as a modern designer. You can find us on most podcasting platforms or check out our website honestdesigners.comI live in a small town just outside London, England with my wife and 2 kids. Attend and help out at my local church and try to balance my love of food by running and riding my mountain bike.In today's episode Ian talks about:originally being a graphic designerleaving his job to freelance on the same day his son was borndecided to teach himself a hobbyteaching himself calligraphyusing Instagram to get feedback on his progressstarting to get work inquiries after he improvedgetting paid for his hobbygetting paid not based on client incomestarting into the world of stock design assetsmaking products to sell on Creative Marketfiguring out effects on certain productsgoing all in on selling products onlineprogressing to typefaces and Procreate assetsthe journey of setbacksself-critiquing your workbeing ok with a product not doing well and moving onsense of being down and working through itlearning through the process to get to the higher mountainloving the adrenaline of releasing a productseeing further into the hope of the futurea healthy competitionproducing things that he likes and not what will necessarily just sellgetting inspiration from Pinterestrealizing he's good a problem solvinglessons from the spinning beach ballbeing ok with the fact that there may not be a solutionthe journey of hits and flopshard to stay positive when you're down in the valleyhis willingness to trya teacher being a mentor growing up, Big Zachhis dad being a head master growing upthe mentorship of a man from Ugandacreating a font, releasing it, and making another onefailures with fontslearning shortcuts and learning how to build“You think you failed…and then you realize it was worth it in the end.”free font that was given away being the most popularstory of a free font showing up on a store windowstory of his font showing up on Krispy Kreme and getting free donutsthe skill of typography and learning the processteaching lettering in the UKteaching his own kids letteringhis son playing soccer and not forcing him to do anythingplaying in the park during the middle of the pandemichis son not wanting to train, just playing for fun“I think that's where you learn the best, when you're having fun.”“The best ideas have come when I'm just having fun.”making lettering out of rubix cubesrealizing your creativity through playingdoing courses online and making his own leather walletbeing intimidated by a custom typeface for a clientnot being great with client relations“I just want to create and deliver the goods.”the back and forth battle of an artistclient liaisons and the trickiness of not having themthe pandemic breaking his consistencymore natural being on video and hearing his voicethe steps to good YouTube videosthe laborious process of videosreleasing a video every week and a product every three weeksthe anxiety of the pandemicfamiliar things feeding his creativity and the lack thereof during the last couple of yearssome people not being affectedshould have started the cat typography videos sooner!Instagram - @ianbarnardTwitter - @ian_barnardYouTube - Ian BarnardDribbblewww.ianbarnard.comwww.ianbarnard.netThe Honest Designers Show Podcast---Learn more at www.professional-failure.com!

The Big Red Bus: A Chicago Bulls Podcast
The Big Red Bus - Episode 129 - Positively Negative

The Big Red Bus: A Chicago Bulls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 53:02


See Red Fred and Doug Thonus discuss the recent negative tone of Big Red Bus rides. This episode was recorded just before the loss to the Thunder.

Positively RELENTLESS
Floundering Mavs squandering Luka MVP-caliber season | Positively Relentless #31

Positively RELENTLESS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 56:51


Mavs continue to pay for the sins of Mark Cuban past. Let's talk about it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dallas-prospect/support

Behind The Funny
Ep 280 Brad Pierce "Positively Pessimistic With No Filter"

Behind The Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 81:45


Brad Pierce has joined us once again in the Acement, except this time he is solo. Ace and Scott were recently discussing some incredibly funny Brad stories and had to have him back on.  Where did Brad recently have his worse gig ever?  What famous singer did Brad roast at show not knowing who the person was?  Find out what we say he is Positively Pessimistic With No Filter. Check out Brad at www.facebook.com/TheGoldenMicProductions Go to www.patreon.com/behindthefunny to support the podcast    

Live Greatly
How Gratitude Can Positively Change You and Your Families Lives With Nicki Sutherland, Executive Director of Gratitude Generation

Live Greatly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 26:28


Looking for more fulfillment in life for you and your family?  Worried that your children don't seem to appreciate things as much as you would like? Adding more gratitude into your life can be a game changer for you and your family. In this Live Greatly Podcast episode Kristel Bauer sits down with Nicki Sutherland, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Gratitude Generation, to talk about how to raise grateful children, ideas to add more gratitude into your life and the value of giving back.  Nicki and Kristel discuss some ways to build appreciation and empathy as well as a look into the Chicagoland area nonprofit Gratitide Generation.  Tune in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode: How to raise grateful children Ideas to add more gratitude into your life The value of giving back The difference between gratitude and being thankful The benefits of gratitude A look into the nonprofit Gratitude Generation Importance of volunteering and service About Nicki Sutherland: Nicki Sutherland is one of the founders and the executive director of Gratitude Generation, a nonprofit providing volunteer opportunities to people of all ages in the Chicagoland area. Their mission is to inspire gratitude in future generations through education and service. Nicki started her professional career as a high school English teacher and reading specialist before moving to the nonprofit sector 5 years ago.  She is known by her peers as creative, hardworking, and passionate.  Nicki has seen first hand what the power of practicing gratitude can do for herself and those around her, she can't wait to help spread the mission of Gratitude Generation so that more people can experience it as well.  Website: https://www.gratitudegeneration.org/  Instagram: @gratitide.generation LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/gratitude-generation-501c3/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gratitudegeneration/?mibextid=6NoCDW  About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally while promoting vibrant company cultures. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur.  Kristel brings her expertise & extensive experience in Corporate Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Mindset, Resilience, Self-Care, and Stress Management to in-person and virtual events as Professional Keynote Speaker.  If you are looking for a motivational speaker to inspire and empower your audience to reclaim their well-being, inner motivation and happiness,  Kristel would be happy to discuss partnering with you to make your next event one to remember!  Speaking Topics can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. Website: www.livegreatly.co  Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co  LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions.  Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations.  They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration.  Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests.  Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content.  Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.

Digital Marketing Master
"How Making Waves Positively Provokes Client Success: A MarComms POV" with Davida Arnold

Digital Marketing Master

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 24:32


Abby interviews Davida Arnold, Group Director of Marketing & Communications (US) at Wavemaker, one of the largest media agency networks in the world. Abby and Davida discuss the concept of positive provocation in creativity, and how brand story plays an integral role in marketing and communications.

Magical Children's Stories
The Midnight Gang. Chapter 19 - Positively Medieval

Magical Children's Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 9:01


The gang now have to get back into bed without getting caught by anyone. They go up in the lift but it stops for someone to get in before they get to the 44th floor! Listen to find out who wants to get into the lift

The Workshop Teacher Podcast
7 Ways Chat GPT Will Impact Education Positively

The Workshop Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 31:52


I believe the topic of AI tools and how they impact education is incredibly important. So important in fact that I've decided to dedicate the next series of episodes to helping teachers grapple with these new and fast moving technological developments. In this series I'll discuss three essential questions teachers are asking about AI tools like Chat GPT. I'll also attempt to answer these questions to the best of my abilities using the extensive research I've done about AI tools over the last couple of months. Here's a break down of the blog posts that are to come: Part 1: What are some of the possible impacts of AI tools like Chat GPT on teachers and students (please tell me something positive!)? Part 2: How do I prevent cheating and plagiarism when tools like this exist? Part 3: How do I talk to my students about Chat GPT? I hope these episodes help you begin to think about how these tools can change the landscape of education for the better.

UF Health Podcasts
Co-workers can positively influence a healthier lifestyle

UF Health Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023


When it comes to living a healthier lifestyle, listen to and watch your co-workers.…

Wine and Dime
Positively Productive With Lisa Zawrotny

Wine and Dime

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 40:50


Happy New Year Wine and Dime listeners! This first episode of 2023 is a special one. We welcome to the show Lisa Zawrotny. Lisa found herself sandwiched between "raising parents" and raising kids. She got lost in who she was and used her process to find herself and declutter her life to start a new path, a new business. Check out Lisa's Podcast "The Positively Living podcast"Lisa shares the following tips:Learn who you areLearn how you work bestLearn how to lean into your strengthsThanks for listening and be sure to like, rate, subscribe and share. If you have any questions that you would like answered on the show, feel free to email us at info@rootedpg.comOr visit us at www.rootedpg.com/podcasts for full show notes and links!About Positively Lisa Zawrotny - I'm the founder of Positively Productive Systems and the host of the Positively Living Podcast. After experiencing a deeply overwhelming time in my life juggling multiple roles as a caregiver, wife, mother, and business owner, I am now a Productivity + Accountability Coach certified in time and stress management helping other multi-passionate entrepreneurs who struggle to balance business and family. Through my podcast, online programs, and coaching, I show you how to boost productivity and avoid burnout while making it feel simple and sustainable. When I'm not sharing about the wonders of simplicity, self-care, and systems, I'm playing music (lately it's self-taught guitar or I'm cranking up classic rock), drinking coffee (iced or hot), and watching movies with my husband and kiddos…or reading while trapped under a cat. Your path to productivity requires productivity tools to match you, your personality, and your passions.Positively Productive Systems LinksPositively Productive Podcast - The Positively Living podcast is a self-improvement podcast with specially curated content to support multi-passionate creatives and entrepreneurs. If you want to prioritize your passions and discover ways to achieve more while doing less, then join host Lisa and her guests as they cover topics relating to productivity, self-awareness and development, entrepreneurship, habits and systems, organizing, and more. You'll find actionable advice, wrapped in humor and hope, dedicated to helping you do less, live more, and breathe easier.THIS EPISODE WAS PRESENTED BY AMY IRVINE ROOTED PLANNING GROUP 10 EAST MARKET STREET CORNING NY 14830 WWW.ROOTEDPG.COM EMAIL: AMY@ROOTEDPG.COM

Feed Your Brand
How Unstructured Style Of Podcast Can Positively Bring More Listeners With Kate Wallinga Of Ignorance Was Bliss

Feed Your Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 50:19


A scripted podcast may attract niche listeners, but it requires tedious preparation and can become repetitive in the long run. Going for a more spontaneous and unstructured style can keep your content refreshing and engaging. Tracy Hazzard sits down with Kate Wallinga of Ignorance Was Bliss to discuss some practical ways to run a show and garner a strong and loyal listenership. Kate explains how she has experimented and pivoted her podcast to find the exact model she truly loves. She also shares the tremendous impact of letting other podcasters fill in when she is unavailable, the right timing for the host to speak and to listen, and her strategy in finding guests that best fit her show. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Binge Factor community today:FacebookInstagramLinkedInPinterestYoutubeTikTok

Rutherford Issues Podcast
Steered Straight Talks About their In-School Programs that will Positively Impact Local Students

Rutherford Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 11:10


Guest Jennifer Sanchez with Steered Straight talks about drugs that local school students are using or tempted by in today's times.

Aruna Ratanagiri Dhamma Talks
Luang Por Munindo (full catalogue) - Positively Alone

Aruna Ratanagiri Dhamma Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 30:00


(keywords) (slightly edited version) Loneliness, not fitting in, beyond the pale, animal sanctuary, spiritual faculties, marzipan, spare me, discriminative intelligence, inherent limitation, compounded, flux, equanimous perspective, embracing loneliness, my ashes, techniques, backlog, ka-pow, denied life, argument, agility, assuaged, overwhelmed, pariyatti, fear of failure, trusting in true principles, optimistic persuasion, the folly of their ways, pessimism, hell in a hand-basket, military industrial complex, middle way, Mahamangala Sutta, Discourse on the Greatest Blessings, aspiration.

Playful Humans - People Who Play for a Living
Lisa Zawrotny - Positively Productive

Playful Humans - People Who Play for a Living

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 30:56


Lisa Zawrotny is the founder of Positively Productive Systems and the host of the Positively Living Podcast. After experiencing a deeply overwhelming time in her life juggling multiple roles as a caregiver, wife, mother, and business owner, she got certified in time and stress management helping other multi-passionate entrepreneurs who struggle to balance business and family.Through her podcast, online programs, and coaching, she will show you how to boost productivity and avoid burnout while making it feel simple and sustainable. When she is not sharing about the wonders of simplicity, self-care, and systems, she is playing music, drinking coffee, and watching movies with her husband and kiddos…or reading while trapped under a cat.We talk a lot about being multi-passion and how being a Jack of All Trades is a good thing, especially in today's highly specialized world.Find Lisa's podcast at: http://www.positivelyproductive.com/podcast Support the showJoin the Playful Humans community: Subscribe to the YouTube channel Subscribe to the Podcast Join the culture club! Book a playshop for your team Support our sponsors

Lola’s Frugal Life
Five Ways That Frugality Has Positively Impacted My Life

Lola’s Frugal Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 21:40


Frugality has had such a positive impact on my life. I discovered frugality while trying to get my finances in order and get out of debt. Frugality helped me immensely in those areas. What I did not expect was the larger positive impact that frugality would have on my life. Today I share 5 ways that frugality has had a positive impact on my life. https://www.lolasfrugallife.com https://www.facebook.com/LolasFrugalLife/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lolak/support For one month free of Skillshare Premium, go to: skillshare.eqcm.net/lola --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lolak/support

Harford County Living
Cleaning To Positively Impact The Lives Of Those Battling Cancer

Harford County Living

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 56:09


In this episode, Rich and cohost Jennifer Hathaway have a conversation with Beth Derickson.Beth is the owner of Cornerstone Cleaning which she started in 2011. Since Cornerstone Cleaning's inception, many of their customers have been with them continuously. They are confident that they have a leg up on the competition since they prioritize quality above quantity. Whether it's a business, residential, recurring, or one-time task, they treat each one with the same level of care and attention.To them, it's obvious that cleanliness at work or at home improves conditions. Every week, they hear it from their customers. Working together with Cleaning for a RStarfleet Leadership Academy - Leadership Through Star TrekLeadership development told through the lens of Star TrekListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyFreedom's Platinum Rewards Visa Credit Card also includes 4X the rewards on video steaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, and more.6Use your Platinum Rewards Visa for these recurring subscriptions and earn 4x the rewards points. Redeem points for a wide selection of premium merchandise, gift cards to local retail stores, or cash-back! This is an ongoing promotion, but may be subject to change at any time.

The CharacterStrong Podcast
Top 6 Episodes of 2022 - #6: How Adventure Education Can Positively Impact Students - Phil Brown

The CharacterStrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 23:03


Today our guest is Phil Brown the lead trainer for High 5 Adventure Learning Center in Brattleboro, Vermont. We talk to Phil about what Adventure Education is and how it is both novel and can involve some risk. He describes the experiential learning cycle and talks about the power of having a shared experience. Phil also gives practical ways we can use experiential learning strategies in our classrooms that can amplify learning for students. Phil Brown, originally from England, joined the High 5 team in May 2015 having previously worked in Adventure and Outdoor education for 7 years. Phil brings high energy and devotion to the Adventure field and has presented at many national and international conferences on the subject of Adventure learning. He is also one of the co-authors of the book “Tinker: Building Purposeful Experiences from Classic Adventure Activities” and the producer/host of “Vertical Playpen” – the podcast all about Adventure and Experiential Education.

The Not For Lazy Marketers Podcast
467: 3 Things You Can Do Now To Positively Impact Your Marketing

The Not For Lazy Marketers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 18:56


My team and I went through our entire year of podcasts and I got inspired to replay my TOP episode of the year, “3 Things You Can Do Now To Positively Impact Your Marketing”. The content is still super relevant to right now and will leave you with 3 things you can do instantly to improve your marketing. If this is the second time you're listening to it, I guarantee you'll get something new out of it that you needed to hear today. If it's the first time, you'll definitely get some amazing gems that you can apply right now. Listen in & enjoy!

The Human Experience Podcast
Episode #186- Positively Angela – The 7 Hermetic Principles & Living a Better Life

The Human Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 86:56


In this episode, we discuss the 7 hermetic principles with Positively Angela. The post Episode #186- Positively Angela – The 7 Hermetic Principles & Living a Better Life appeared first on The Human Experience Podcast.

Dive into your Career
086: What is a digital footprint and how can it (negatively or positively) impact my career?

Dive into your Career

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 26:45


What is a digital footprint?Do we all have one? Can it impact my career (positively or negatively)?Is it true that I can lose a job  or opportunity due to my digital footprintThe answer to the last two questions is yes yes yes - anyone who uses the internet has a digital footprint. Wikipedia kindly highlights that: "Digital footprint or digital shadow refers to one's unique set of traceable digital activities, actions, contributions and communications manifested on the Internet or digital devices. Digital footprints can be classified as either passive or active." (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_footprint#Types_of_digital_footprints) Recording this episode at this time is inspired by a viral TikTok video where a young woman shared that her job offer was revoked due to (from what I understand), what her prospective employers saw of her internet activity.She is not the only one. There are so many tales like this. In fact, click here to read an article from 2017 about the "Harvard Facebook Scandal" in which10 students had their offers to attend Harvard University rescinded (they would have graduated as Class of 2021) due to their posting of inappropriate discriminatory and hateful memes. Listen to this episode to find out more about what a digital footprint is - what are the different types of digital footprint - and what control do we have over these. How can our digital footprint positively contribute to our career and life prospects (ahem... personal branding) or how can it negatively do so? Also, how is what is currently unfolding with Harry and Meghan entirely relevant to this conversation. Listen to this episode to find out more. I hope it blesses your career and helps with some of the decisions you make. Related Dive Into Your Career podcast episodes:077: What is PERSONAL BRANDING and can it improve my career prospects045: Why you should start a passion projectAdditional resources:Click here to access a BBC take on what a digital footprint is, courtesy of some content created for 7-11 year olds! Do feel free to engage with this topic (or indeed with me) at any of the below: Follow Your Career And Future on Instagram and TikTok Via "Gina Visram" on LinkedIn (where they may be a post with a link to this episode where you can contribute some wisdom / reflections) Sign up for the mailing list (for students and graduates... a list for their supporters will follow) E-mail me on gina@yourcareerandfuture.com with any questions you have or suggestions for future podcast topics

WarDocs - The Military Medicine Podcast
CMC(Ret) Tyrone Willis: Shipboard Medicine Insights and Positively Impacting Military Careers and Organizations

WarDocs - The Military Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 49:54


Willis is a retired Command Master Chief after completing 32 years of service in Navy Medicine.  In this episode, CMC Willis discusses his pathway to becoming a Navy Corpsman and the unique aspects of delivering shipboard medical and marine medical Care.  He deployed to both Desert Storm/Desert Shield and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He discusses the role of the Corpsman in combat and the preparations for combat care. He also gives excellent insight into Senior Enlisted Leadership and the challenges and his tips on handling difficult leaders and positively shaping subordinates who may not fully understand the mission. He discusses why he volunteered to join the board of WarDocs and how he hopes this organization will help positively impact military medicine, capture history, and increase public awareness.   CMC(Ret) Willis has held several senior enlisted positions at all levels, retiring as the Command Senior Enlisted Leader of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and Defense Health Agency, Capital Region Directorate. He has deployed several times around the world to include Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom with Marines and sailors.  He received his BS and MBA from Grantham University. He is currently employed at the Uniformed Service University of Health Sciences as a Recruitment Specialist for Diversity. He has had unique and interesting experiences during his distinguished Navy Medicine career and beyond. He shares important lessons learned and recommendations through engaging stories and personal reflection.   Find out more and join Team WarDocs at www.wardocspodcast.com               Honoring Military Medicine's Past to Improve Healthcare's Future The WarDocs Mission is to improve military and civilian healthcare and foster patriotism by honoring the legacy, preserving the oral history, and showcasing career opportunities, experiences, and achievements of military medicine. Listen to the “What We Are For” Episode 47. https://bit.ly/3r87Afm WarDocs- The Military Medicine Podcast is a Non-Profit, Tax-exempt-501(c)(3) Veteran Run Organization run by volunteers. All donations are tax-deductible, and 100% of donations go to honoring and preserving the history, experiences, successes, and lessons learned in military medicine. A tax receipt will be sent to you. WARDOCS documents the experiences, contributions, and innovations of all military medicine Services, ranks, and Corps who are affectionately called "Docs" as a sign of respect, trust, and confidence on and off the battlefield,demonstrating dedication to the medical care of fellow comrades in arms.         Follow Us on Social Media Twitter: @wardocspodcast Facebook: WarDocs Podcast Instagram: @wardocspodcast LinkedIn: WarDocs-The Military Medicine Podcast

Building PA Podcast
Providing Healthy Environments for Employees Can Positively Affect the Bottom Line. Part of the Barry Isett and Associates Healthy Work Environment Series.

Building PA Podcast

Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 23:16


The Building PA Podcast in partnership with Barry Isett and Associates brings you another podcast in the Healthy Work Environments Series. This episode is with PJ Dick - Trumbull - Lindy Group's Vice President of Human Resources, Lisa Nakamura.Nakamura expands on the high importance they place on their employees. She'll share details of how looking at the total employee helps guide them on the types of programs their company puts into place to assist with mental health and wellness initiatives.You'll hear how their forward-thinking helps attract and retain talent. Nakamura shares that an investment or lack of investment in our employees directly affects the bottom line concluding that one dollar can provide a $3 to $5 return. Nakamura states it's well worth the investment. Nakamura offers training tips on how to recognize signs of distress and despair in employees. And with the holidays right around the corner, the information in this podcast may offer some help and guidance to you, a friend, or a co-worker.If you need to talk to or know someone who may need help, call or text the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988. There's someone available 24 hours a day.  

Your Money Your Life
1 Change To Positively Effect Your Finances - Ep. 60

Your Money Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 6:57


We're in the middle of a series designed to help you review your 2022, what worked, what didn't, why, and why not. If we've learned nothing else over the last couple of years it's that we need to "unexpected proof" your money. No, it won't be all butterflies and rainbows but are you set up for success? Let's find out! In this episode, we're looking at the change you want to make so that you can effectively evaluate your status.Resources:Instagram @aimeecerkaText Me - 817-969-4653Work With Aimee - https://workwithaimee.comhttps://aimeecerka.com

The Big Creative - Emily & Erin
3 Things You Can Do NOW To Positively Impact Your Mindset

The Big Creative - Emily & Erin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 28:13


This week we're leaving you with 3 major action tools if you're looking to work on your mindset.   

Story Story Night
Late Night's "AM i SUPPOSED TO BE GRATEFUL FOR THiS" (Full Show)

Story Story Night

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 103:44


WHERE BLACK SHEEP GO FOR THE HOLIDAYS hosted by Beth Norton with musical guest A Grateful Trio Featuring Melanie Fillmore, Sky, and Ben Kemper Cheers to the odd one out (and the oddball stories) at holiday gatherings. You'll fit right in here. Positively shameless, Story Story Late-Night is the black sheep of the storytelling family. This season, we're extending the no-holds-barred series with a special holiday edition recorded live from the Visual Arts Collective in the Surel Mitchell Live-Work-Create District of Garden City, Idaho. Spill it—all the meaty, juicy bits—around our proverbial Thanksgiving table with zero side-eye from Aunt Karen.

Life Goals In Progress
75. How to positively reflect on your 2022 goals you set

Life Goals In Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 9:06


Reflecting on your 2022 year can feel like a bummer, especially if you set goals that you didn't make happen. Here's how to reframe the experience before we jump into a new year. Website: Head to lifegoalsmag.com for more personal development articles, resources, courses, and workshops for becoming your best self. Sign up for the Sunday Goalsletter Socials: Follow us on Instagram @lifegoalsmag Follow us on TikTok @lifegoalsmag Follow us on Pinterest @lifegoalsmag Work with Coley: Book a Goals Session with Coley  Apply for 1:1 Coaching Song attribution: Justhea - Chill Vibes

Celeb Who
WARNING! Positively Do Not OPEN

Celeb Who

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 28:10


This is the story of two of the most influential paranormal investigators. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/celebwho/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/celebwho/support

The Annie Frey Show Podcast
Will the #Twitterfiles exposed under Elon Musk positively impact free speech? (Hour 3)

The Annie Frey Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:34


The final hour of today's show begins with Wiggins agreeing to a makeover. Then, Annie reacts to how quickly people find information compared to the early 90s. The show closes out with Hannah reading the final results of the YouTube poll surrounding Elon Musk.

Brotherly Love Wrestling Podcast
BLW Ep. 270- the one positively negative

Brotherly Love Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 63:04


In this episode we talk the aftermath of last weekends Survivor Series as well as the positives that have come out of it or were they negatives? Either way we also draft the top 5 entrance themes

Pack Attack
Positively Packers

Pack Attack

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 15:24


Wilde & Tausch review what fans have said the top positives are for the 2022 Packers season.

The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast
The power of coaching to move forwards positively with ADHD

The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 44:30


Finally understanding what has been holding you back for most of your life can be a lot to process, as well as learning how to use our newly-understood brains accordingly. One of the most effective ways of harnessing our strengths and moving forwards with more intentionality and purpose is ADHD coaching. And this week's guest is Brooke Schnittman, owner and founder of Coaching With Brooke, an ADHD and executive function coaching company for students and adults. Brooke has helped thousands of individuals with ADHD since 2006 who are meeting with chaos, frustration, and shame by providing them with the tools and accountability to focus their attention and thrive. During this week's episode, Kate and Brooke speak about:Waiting for a diagnosis and how to help yourself pre-diagnosisThe benefits of coaching for ADHDHow you can reach your goals Motivating yourself to make changes in your life and next action stepsShame around emotional dysregulationLiving inside our ADHD headsHow and why procrastination plays out with ADHDChildhood executive functioning problemStruggling to do tasks you don't like Juggling our ADHD drive with motherhoodBeing more intentional with our time and what we want each year for lifeHere's a link to Kate's new EFT and Tapping workshop for ADHD Overwhelm on 9th December at 2 pmCheck out Kate's website for access to all her other pre-recorded workshops.If you enjoy the podcast, why not join Kate's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Collective, where you get access to monthly live workshops, exclusive audio content and new resources specifically for the membership? I'd love to see you in this amazing, like-minded community! Click here for all details.Kate Moryoussef is a women's ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled (many with ADHD like her) women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity in their lives. Have a look at some of Kate's workshops and free resources here.Follow the podcast on Instagram hereFollow Kate on Instagram hereHave a read of Kate's articles in ADDitude magazine here

TacoCorp Fantasy Football League
TCFFL 82 - Positively Kind

TacoCorp Fantasy Football League

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 71:26


Nate and Tony sit down to discuss all things from hot topics in the NFL and the urinal. Nate figured out how to tell if a man is going through a rough time while in the restroom, Tony hates tipping, and their friend asks them to be more kind and positive on the podcast. In the spirit of bringing more kindness to the show, they talk positively about Deshaun Watson returning to the Cleveland Browns to face his former team in the Houston Texans this week and what they expect from a real life football and fantasy football angle. They then discuss whether or not Mike White of the New York Jets is a franchise quarterback after replacing Zach Wilson while also questioning if Zach Wilson actually has the best job in the world as the back up quarterback after being benched. The touch on Jordan Love of the Green Bay Packers, Josh Jacobs of the Las Vegas Raiders, Kenny Pickett of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the San Francisco 49ers Defense in their overrated / underrated segment. They cover Week 12's bets against the spread they made and give out their favorite NFL Week 13 bets against the spread while having to choose at least one primetime game. After that, they draft their Top 3 Things They Love About Their Friend Trey before Tony rants on the Chicago Bears beat reporters and Nate takes his frustrations out on Christmas shopping sales such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Squid Game Episode - Apple Squid Game Episode - Spotify TacoCorp FFL YouTube TacoCorp FFL Twitter 58 W. King Podcast - Apple 58 W. King Podcast - Spotify 58 W. King Twitter Whiskey Flick - Apple Whiskey Flick - Spotify Whiskey Flick - Twitter Subscribe. Download. Listen. Rate. Review. Share. Love.

Marketplace Morning Report
Markets react positively as China vows to boost vaccination rate

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:02


From the BBC World Service: Beijing vowed today to boost the COVID vaccination rate for people 80 and older. Brazil’s president-elect has presented a new budget to Congress, which circumvents the nation’s strict budget ceiling rules. And this year marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Guggenheim Museum in the city of Bilbao, in northern Spain. Perhaps its biggest legacy is a phenomenon now known as the “Guggenheim effect” – when a single iconic building helps to drive urban regeneration.

Christian Writing & Speaking (CWS) with Jacqui Wilson

Author, speaker, podcast creator, and educator Yvette Walker says joy is a personal choice. No, we will not experience happiness all the time, but God will be with us as a part of our faith walk. To experience joy daily, we must abide in God's love and do His will. How? Well, that is what she shares in this interview. Join us because you can find joy in the everyday aspects of life.

Marketplace All-in-One
Markets react positively as China vows to boost vaccination rate

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:02


From the BBC World Service: Beijing vowed today to boost the COVID vaccination rate for people 80 and older. Brazil’s president-elect has presented a new budget to Congress, which circumvents the nation’s strict budget ceiling rules. And this year marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Guggenheim Museum in the city of Bilbao, in northern Spain. Perhaps its biggest legacy is a phenomenon now known as the “Guggenheim effect” – when a single iconic building helps to drive urban regeneration.

LeadHERship Global
Positively Influence a People-Centric Team

LeadHERship Global

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 32:36


Today, you have the opportunity to learn the insider secrets that will equip you, as a leader, to positively impact your team, and your clients. Although there are many traits are necessary to effectively lead teams, we are going to focus on the four primary traits necessary for positive leadership: Vision Casting and Sharing, Listen to show you care, Servanthood, and Leading with your heart. Join us as Michelle Beauchamp, CEO of The Champ Group, explains how to explore your strengths, improve areas of weakness, and through a journey of inner discovery, transform your former ineffective habits into new behaviors that enrich relationships and increase productivity. Whether you are struggling with initiating difficult conversations, or your team struggle to work cohesively, the four primary traits necessary for positive leadership with help you refresh and flourish. —> Are you ready to join the most impactful community of extraordinary women in the world? Accelerate your success by defining your vision, growing your leadership, expanding your influence, and leaving a lasting legacy. Learn more: https://leadhershipglobal.com/join-us/

Standard Issue Podcast
SIM Ep 794 Chops 233: Kate Nash is Positively Purple

Standard Issue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 25:59


With the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities coming up on December 3, Jen jumped on the Zoom with Kate Nash OBE, the woman behind Purple Space, the world's only networking and professional development hub for disabled employees. They chatted about Kate's new book Positively Purple: Build an Inclusive World Where People with Disabilities Can Flourish, how employees and colleagues can support disabled co-workers, the power of positivity, and why referring to disabled people as “inspirational” just for living their lives needs to not happen anymore.To enjoy our podcasts without adverts you can support us on Patreon. But times are tough, and for absolutely zero pounds, you can also do us a massive favour by subscribing to our YouTube channel. Thanks.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/standardissuespodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Faith Community Bible Church
The Triumph of Mercy

Faith Community Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 43:23


Slideshow for this message is available Introduction James 1-2 We are in James 2 and part two of a passage dealing with the sin of partiality. You will recall from last week that the literal translation of the word partiality is to “receive the face”. It's the idea of looking merely on the outside. Man looks on the outward appearance. God looks on the heart. It's a warning of being compromised by the superficial. Partiality has a positive and a negative aspect to it. Positively, it's favoritism. It's gravitating TOWARD someone on the basis of their looks, their wealth, their social status, their race or whatever else it might be. Favoring someone is treating them extra special. Negatively it's discrimination. It's gravitating AWAY from someone and withholding blessing. It's a decision to bypass, a decision to overlook and move on, it's an actual decision to restrain kindness toward someone because of some external feature. If favoritism is treating someone extra special, discrimination is treating someone extra worse. And God in this passage despises partiality on both fronts. Why? Because partiality compromises the very heart of the gospel. It eviscerates the power from the gospel. You know what the word eviscerates means? Point to your viscerals? It's your guts. So to eviscerate the gospel is to take the guts out. To take the heart out and all you are left with is a lifeless shell. Here's does being partial eviscerate the gospel? Here's the reson: partiality is an evidence of being in love with the world. It's an evidence that you love exactly what the world loves. Therefore, partiality only confirms to a watching world, that they are on the right track. It confirms that what really matters is money, power, talent, beauty and prestige, the very thing they are already worshiping. This is what James was getting at in verses 5-7 from last week. He says, as Christians we don't value wealth and pride. We value poverty and humility. James says, “Why are you valuing earthly values instead of kingdom values?” God values the poor. Why are you valuing the rich? James here is accusing the church of being no different than the world. You so want to be loved by the world. You want to be so accepted, so applauded, so normal that you sell out. You shame your brother by cuddling up next to the very people who belittle and dishonor the name of your God. This is the same psychology that is experienced between the abuser and the abused. The abused goes back to the abuser because they have this deep, deep desire to be accepted. Is that not what the church does when they honor the world's wealth? The church so wants to be seen as cool, intelligent, culturally relevant, the church so wants to be accepted that she sells out to the abuser, the very one who is mocking them, abusing them, dragging them into court. It's insanity. Here's what James is saying: offer him something different, something real, something that truly has life. You want to confuse a rich man? How do you baffle and fluster the wealthy? Show him a poor, powerless man who is truly happy. Or even more, show him a community where the poor and widows and powerless are honored and respected and revered; now that's interesting. Any true seeker is coming to the church to find something different. That's why they come. They are seeking something better than what they have. The rich already, have money, power, influence and it's not working for them. So they come in seeking, "Perhaps there is something better." As soon as this rich person peeks his or her head in the door to see what's going on and they see that they get the red carpet rolled out and the poor are marginalized they recognize in one second that the church is after the same thing the world is after they instantly loose interest in the church as an institution because, after all, the church is a terrible place to find money, power or influence. But on the other hand, the more foolish we become in the eyes of the world, the more interesting we become. The more we live according to God's values instead of the world's values the more likely we are to peak their curiosity. Our need to be seen as relevant must die. We are fools. We are weak. We are not cool. We have nothing to offer. It's all about Christ. The marginalization that comes from being followers of Christ is not something to run from; it's something to love and embrace. It's the very thing we must embrace to even show them who Christ is. The reason Christ is so cool is that he takes people who are worth nothing and makes them something. We are supposed be the counterculture. So here's the question that gets answered in the text today: What does that counterculture look like? There are three points in the outline today and the key word in all three points is all. ALL. What's unique about the Christian, what's particularly attractive about the Christian is the word ALL. Most people love some. Most people treat some people with respect. But to treat all people, all your neighbors as yourself, to love ALL people without discrimination according to the royal law, THAT is impossibly difficult. Why? Because PEOPLE are impossibly difficult. So to love ALL people means you must have some impossible power residing within. That's what he's saying. How do you tell if you are being impartial. Easy. You just have to love all people like you love yourself. Usually the poor love the poor and despise the rich. The rich usually love the rich and despise the poor. Impartial people love not just the poor, and not just the rich. They love ALL people. What does this look like. Loving other people has a lot to do with meeting their needs. And if we are supposed to meet other peoples needs the way we meet our own needs, then we need to ask the question, “how do we meet our own needs?” Our needs get priority don't they. All sorts of pressures and obligations can be competing, but somehow our needs always get met. If we need to eat, if we need to go the bathroom, if we need sleep, if we are freezing cold, if we are bleeding we do something about it. Our needs don't get ignored or forgotten. Even if we can't tend to our needs immediately, there's a plan to meet them. There's always a conscious awareness. It's a nagging, ticking awareness. We can't shut it off. There's almost a panic of those needs go unmet. Our painful needs are met at any expense. If you can't afford a surgery on the appendix, but your appendix is bursting, what do you do? Break out the credit card, we'll figure it out later. No price tag is too high to silence the pain of a bursting appendix. So to love your neighbor as yourself is to simply think about the needs of others the way you think about your own needs. To love according to the Royal Law is easy. Just ask yourself, “If I was exactly like that person, what would I need? What would I lack? And if I lacked those things, how would I like to be treated?” One of the reasons it's so hard to fulfill the Royal Law is we spend so little time thinking about what it would like to be other people. I just keep thinking what it's like to be me. In order to love others as you would love yourself, you have to imagine what it would be like to be them. Picture in your mind, someone who you have a hard time loving as yourself. Imagine being that person. What would it be like to look like them. If you did look like them, how would you like to be treated? Imagine being a person who was overweight and embarrassed and embarrassed by their acne, embarrassed because of a deformity or a handicap, embarrassed by their financial situation, how would you like to be treated?* Imagine being a refugee who went through just awful suffering to get to this country and then not speak English and have no friends? Nobody knows you or what you've been through. How would you like to be treated? What would it be like to be the opposite gender? What would it be like to be a different race? What would it like to be adopted? What would it be like to not have the schooling you have? How would you like to be treated> Imagine being a person who struggled picking up on social cues; what would it be like if you couldn't do that? How would you like to be treated? If you struggled with basic math, or basic English skills, or basic life management skills, or basic computer skills, and you awkwardly fumbled in some way how would you feel and how would you like to be treated? If you struggled athletically and there was a social event that required those skills, how would you like to be treated? If you struggle jumping into social situations and you need people to draw you out, how would you like to be treated? If you were the minority race in a social setting, how would you like to be treated? Every Christian operates in some social group - a school, a neighborhood, a workplace. Those groups have values. And because of those values, when someone doesn't measure up, the group doesn't know what to do with them. They end up being social misfits - the ones who are looked down upon, ostracized or neglected. The Christian living according to the royal law is being asked to treat EVERYONE without partiality - period. Well what about the church. Imagine being a person who comes to church and doesn't quite fit in. Imagine coming to church truly curious but you discover really quickly, you don't fit in. You aren't wearing the right clothes. You don't know the right lingo. What if you weren't sure about Christianity, how would you like to be treated? What would it be like to be a single person among a church with lots of families? What would it be like to have an eating disorder? What would it be like to be depressed or have a marriage that is falling apart? What would it be like to have kids who are not walking with the Lord? What would it be like to be struggling with pornography or SSA? What would it be like to walk around with the stigma of divorce in a Christian community? What would it be like to struggle with drugs or alcohol or tobacco and show up to church? Imagine it, how would you like to be treated. Now treat them that way! Most of the time what we do with the weak is we say, “Well, that person needs to get a grip. They need to figure it out if they are to be successful in our world. Get with the program or suffer the consequences.” Or we say, “Too bad for them, nothing I can do about it.” Is that loving your neighbor as yourself? What if that were you? How would you like to be treated? Here's what I want you to do: Pick a person you are tempted to look down on. Pick a person who you'd be tempted to overlook. Spend 10 minutes writing down what it would be like being them. Literally write it down. Then go talk to them and see how it goes. I bet you will be amazed! It's called the Royal Law because if you love this way, you've found the heart and essence of what our Royal King Jesus asks us to do. You've become like the Royal King. If you want to please the heart of God, love like this. To love your neighbor as yourself. A true counterculture begins by loving not some but ALL of God's children. Secondly, it involves loving not some but ALL of God's laws. A law is warning. Don't do this or else there will be consequences. It is not less than that, but it it is more than that. Every warning is also an invitation into something better. If I say don't eat too much turkey at thanksgiving, it's a warning against the short and long term consequences of overeating but it's also an invitation into the joy of being healthy. All of God's commands are like this. The warning to not be partial is an invitation into the joy of selfless living. Self-centered living, having relationships that only benefit you, are, in the long run, soul destroying. But living for others, is soul-healing. In not showing partiality, you enter into the life of our King. So heeding ALL of God's laws is really important. James has a pretty deep concern in verses 9-11. He detects that we don't think this sin is of favoritism or discrimination is a very big deal. It's almost like we don't even think it matters. We are acting like, it's not even a law. He's going to crash right into how we justify our sins of partiality. What he's trying to do is help us see that partiality is a big deal. Don't gloss over it. It doesn't deserve a Meh, emoji. It deserves panic, fear, terror. Most of us are blind to our impartiality and if we do see it, we barely see it and it doesn't feel like a very big deal. We tend to justify it in some way. James is confronting that. He reminds us that God's angry with lawbreakers. He's angry with the wicked. He's angry with the evildoers of this world. We hear that and we think, I didn't kill nobody. I've didn't commit no adultery. I didn't break any major law. You see we are always so proud of the laws we didn't break. We hear the law, don't commit adultery. Don't murder. And we puff our chest out and say, "They ain't me." I don't know who those fools are, but I'm glad I'm not like those sinners. What God is saying here through James is this: Murder is breaking the law. But so is partiality. “So what if you didn't murder? If you commit partiality, you are a lawbreaker.” There's not a no-big-deal list of laws that you can break where God is ‘understanding' and winks and says, ‘that's cool if you ignore that.' Jerry Bridges once wrote a book entitled "respectable sins." These are the sins we allow in the church. Self-pity, materialism, vanity, or not sharing your faith. These are the sins that are respectable and sometimes even get praised. Partiality is one of these kinds of respectable sins. James has us in his sights. Don't think you can get away, friend. You can't get away. Are you partial? Then repent. Don't pride yourself in your selective law-keeping hoping that it will all kind of average out with your law breaking. You discriminate? You broken the law. You a racist? You broke the law. You can't stand certain kinds of people? You've broken the law. You can't stand those people who go those kinds of schools. You've broken the law. You can't stand blacks or whites or asians or hispanics? You can't stand Californians You can't stand native Idahoans You've broken the law. What's your Pet Peeve. Can't stand people who: talk too much, who come all disorganized, don't ask questions, aren't educated, don't manage money well, can't control their coffee or alcohol consumption, can't control their eating, rely on others too much…. You've broken the law. It's a heart of superiority and arrogance that the Lord wants you to repent of. So what do we do when we've broken the law? We repent. I think the best passage to illustrate this is the parable of the two men who went up to the temple. In many ways this is a parable of partiality. It's a parable of the one who doesn't think that discrimination and a superiority complex is any big deal. He doesn't even know he's doing it. And the point of this parable, that if you break the law at any point, if you keep the law perfectly, but you have this one little area of prejudice in your heart, you can be assured of nothing. The condemnation of God hangs over your head. Luke 18:9 He also told this parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and treated others with contempt: There it is. There's the partiality. I can't stand people like that. Prejudice. Discrimination. Treating others with contempt. So he told this parable to speak to people like this. And the first thing he does in speaking with those who are partial is to point out their self-righteousness. Notice the link between partiality and self-righteousness. “He told this parable to some who TRUSTED in themselves for their RIGHTEOUSNESS…” These he says are the same people who inevitably will treat others with contempt. Why? Because they reason, I worked hard for my righteous and they have not. Notice the partiality. Who are they treating with contempt? Others - other's not like them. There are people like me who work hard, and then there are OTHERS. Those who do not deserve the title righteous. Here's the parable. Two men went up into the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. Two men go up to the temple. They are socio-economically very different. PHarisees were educated. They were respected. They were known for their pious law-keeping. You could recognized a Pharisee a mile away from their purple robes and their fastidious law keeping. Then you had the tax collector. Known for his unashamed sell-out to Rome. Despised. He was disrespected. How did these two people approach God. The Pharisee, standing by himself, prayed thus: ‘God, I thank you that I am not like other men, extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even like this tax collector.12 I fast twice a week; I give tithes of all that I get.' So what is he doing here? He's making lists of reasons he has value. Here are all the reasons I'm so amazing. This is the sin of the self-righteous. We selectively compare ourselves to others. This person is lazy. I'm not like that. This person hurt me in this way. And I don't do that kind of thing. This person loves money. I'm not like that. This person is arrogant. And I'm not like that. We have our list. So the Pharisee looks at all his lists and lists of law-keeping and finds his value in that. My lists prove that I am righteous. Now let's see about this other guy. But the tax collector, standing far off, would not even lift up his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast, saying, ‘God, be merciful to me, a sinner!' The tax collector sees himself accurately. You know the tax collector realized, I have no worth. I look at all my righteousness and I see nothing that I can offer. Yeah, I may not be lazy like that person, but I'm greedy. I may not have hurt this person the way they hurt me. But I've hurt them other ways. I may not be arrogant like that. But I'm arrogant in my self-pity. So what's he do? He beats his breast saying, “God be merciful to me a sinner.” I have nothing to offer. I tell you, this man went down to his house justified, rather than the other. For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, but the one who humbles himself will be exalted. The Pharisee “kept the law” at all points but one, partiality. And in failing in partiality, in failing at just one point, seeing himself superior to others because of his self made righteousness, he failed at all points. LISTEN CLOSELY: remember we said that partiality eviscerates the gospel. Here's why. Partiality reveals that you trust in your own righteousness, not the righteousness given to you by Jesus Christ. It reveals that have trusted a false gospel of self-righteous. In saying, I have value over OTHERS BECAUSE OF MY PERFORMANCE, you have denied where our value comes from. And your “righteousness” becomes for you a noose upon which you will hang yourself. It's evidence against you on the day of judgment. You don't come to God with your lists of why you are better than other people. You come to come to God beating your breast saying, be merciful to me a sinner. God be merciful to me a sinner. That's the mark of the counterculture. I may have kept some of your laws, but breaking even one makes guilty of breaking all. God be merciful. The world says, “Here's all the reasons I have value and worth.” Here's my resume of accomplishments. I'm so glad, I'm not like those people over there who have nothing to show. me. me. me. me. And the more that is on the list, the more honor and dignity we feel we deserve. The world says, build you resume. Build your list of accomplishments. Here's the justification for my worth. Out comes the resume. Pages and pages of things you are proud of. Your degrees, your net worth, your athletic, musical accomplishments. And what do you do with that list. You use it to compare. You measure self against others and you compare and you justify your worth by comparison. But this man never stops to ask the question, “What does God think of my list?” God looks down and says, “All I see on your list is the basics of what I expect breathing humans to do. I see that you've kept my law in very narrow ways. That doesn't earn you any points. That's the bare minimum expectations I have for existing. That's like asking for a raise because you showed up to work on time. I just expect that.” You get nothing, my friend, because I see partiality. I see ego. I see superiority. I see sass and pride. I see arrogance. I see favoritism and discrimination. You see that's the problem with the self-righteous. But you ask a man of God why he or she has worth? What does he say? God be merciful to me a sinner. I've broken your law. I am partial. They beat their breast. I have no worth. I am so unworthy of the mercy of God because I sees so clearly that all of my accomplishments are as filthy rags. God be merciful to me, a sinner. This is why the third mark of of the counterculture is to be in AWE of God's mercy. All of it. Look how it's stated. Judgment is without mercy to those who show no mercy. In other words, if you treat others by the standard that merit is earned not received, then you will be treated by that standard. If you treat other people as inferior because they have not performed, then you will be judged on the basis of your performance and non-performance. Keep in mind that God is the judge, and if you fail at even one point, you are guilty of it all. If you don't realize that mercy is the basis for anyone's righteousness, then you don't understand righteousness. You are still in your sins. How you treat others is an indicator of whether or not you get it. Again it's a test. Those who are truly children of God have been changed by mercy. They get mercy. They get how God's mercy relates to their justification. He says it another way. “Speak and act as those who are to be judged under the law of liberty.” What is the law of liberty. What is a liberating law? I'll give you an example of a LIBERATING law. I now decree a new law, everybody in the room, before you go to bed, you have to eat ice cream. A liberating law is a law you want to obey. So if we are being judged according to the law of liberty, we are really being judged in accordance with how much God's law to love people parallels our own desire to love people. Is God's law to love the very thing we want to do? Is the law of liberty, which is the same as the royal law - is that a wonderful thought or a hateful thought? That's how you will be judged because it reveals how you see yourself. Do you want to love and serve all God's children. Not just the poor and not just the rich. But all equally. Loving all people naturally will only be a automatic for us, if the gospel has rattled us. Do we have a sense of our own spiritual stench? Do we have a sense of how gracious God was to us in that state? Do you have a sense of how utterly spiritual homeless you were? Do you have a sense of how bad your breath was? Do you have a sense of how rotten your teeth were, how dirty your clothes were? Do you see and have a clear picture of this and do you beat your breast and say, “God have mercy on me a sinner.” And when you prayed that prayer, do you remember when Christ came and gave you a hug? Do you remember how long that embrace was? Do you remember how he smiled at you? Do you remember how he gave you new clothes and cleaned you? Do you remember how he cared for the wounds? Experiencing that rattles a person. It transforms. And because you've experienced it, you want to share it with everyone else. You wants to treat other people in that same way! For you, it becomes both the Royal Law and the Law of Liberty. It's the royal law in that when we act like that we act royally, like our royal king Jesus. It's the law of liberty in that nobody has to tell us to do that. No law is needed. We are doing exactly what we want to do. That's the great test of how much mercy of God you have seen. This mercy has touched down in your heart. Or, as James says, it becomes implanted. This law of liberty, the royal law, becomes for us, in James words above, an “implanted word,” “written on the heart” which is able to save our souls. The word IMPLANTED is a hapax legomenon, which means it is the only place in the whole Bible where this particular Greek word is used. But there are lots of other examples in Greek literature of the first century so we can get a sense of how it's used. And the word implanted always has the sense of something that is naturally there versus acquired. Something that's planted is natural to you rather than acquired. So for example, let's say I don't know anything about identifying edible plants in the wilderness. And I go on an adventure with Bear Grylls, you know a survival expert. And he teaches me all about the bugs and plants you can eat. Which ones are safe and which ones will kill you. That's acquired knowledge. And you might think, okay that makes sense. But tell me an example of something that isn't acquired knowledge. Isn't all knowledge acquired. No, some things are natural. Everybody naturally hates high pitched screechy noises. You don't have to be taught that. That's implanted. Everybody feels it's wrong to kill other people. No school necessary. That's implanted. So the claim is that when you become a Christian, the royal law, the law of liberty becomes implanted. That's a startling claim. It's something that's NATURALLY there vs. ACQUIRED. When you become a Christian you are given a new nature. The Bible calls it a new heart. You are a new creation with new things that are implanted. For example, Before you're a Christian, the Bible can be extremely interesting. It's information. After you become a Christian, it's food. It's air. You relate to it, your system relates to it, the way a hungry person relates to food, the way a suffocating person relates to air, and the way a thirsty person relates to water. It's not just intellectual anymore. It's spiritual drink. That's something new that's been implanted. When it comes to people, what the gospel does it changes you from looking down on people to looking up to Christ. And when you look up to Christ, everything changes. In fact, all three of our points from the message become implanted. How you view self, how you view him, and how you view others. That desire to love all people becomes implanted. That desire to receive mercy from God and not find righteousness in self, that becomes implanted. Prayer of Repentance:

Law of Attraction with LOA Today, Your Daily Dose of Happy | Tips & Secrets

Neo mentioned to Walt that he missed doing the old-style show where it was just the two of them with Debbie G. So that's what we do today. Unfortunately, Debbie G. is dealing with a medical issue, so it will be just Neo and Walt today. Follow the LOA Today podcast: https://www.loatoday.net/follow

Entrepreneurs Get Visible
001 What Positively Influential is All About

Entrepreneurs Get Visible

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:46


Welcome to the introductory episode of Positively Influential, the rebrand of my podcast. You are listening to what used to be Entrepreneurs Get Visible. I'm inviting you to follow the journey, the progress, the expansion and the growth of my own work. If you're listening for the very first time today, thank you for tuning in!What You'll Learn:The reason for rebranding and what Positively Influential is aboutHow deep uncomfortable moments have led me to decide to transform my business What I'm going to share with you on this show as a result of a 12-month dark periodWhat you're going to find on this show is a very natural, normal, down to earth conversation about important things that affect our lives and our mental wellbeing. By tuning in to Positive Influential, you can change your mind, and by changing your mind you can change your life.Resources:Get Your Ticket for Positively Influential Live Event https://www.annapn.co/LiveEvent Join our FREE Positively Influential Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/positivelyinfluential Influential Audio www.influentialaudio.comFind Influential Audio on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/influentialaudio_/My website https://www.annaparkernaples.co.ukFind me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/annaparkernaples/ Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnnaParkerNaplesCoach

The MFCEO Project
419. Q&AF: Expanding Your Product Line, Positively Moving On From A Company & Working Towards Premium Pricing

The MFCEO Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 26:21


In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on how to expand your product line in a business that relies heavily on one product, what's the best way to positively move on from a company that has been great to you, and how to work up to charging premium prices for your services.

Self Transformed - Healthy Habits, Time Management, Working Mom, Fitness Tips, Whole30, Easy Meal Prep, Weight Loss
Episode 178: It's Okay to Choose Positivity with Jessie Larson of The Positively You Podcast

Self Transformed - Healthy Habits, Time Management, Working Mom, Fitness Tips, Whole30, Easy Meal Prep, Weight Loss

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 42:45


I'm going to let you in on a little secret--I have to work on being positive.  It's a habit I have to choose to work on.  Do you feel like this too? Positivity can be contagious, but negativity can be even more contangious as well.  There can be a duality of positivity and negativity, where you might be in a negative situation but can try to find some positivity (and we'll address toxic positivity as well!) Today we'll share some habits you can choose to allow yourself to become a more positive person! Today I'm chatting with Jessie Larson of The Positively You Podcast. Her goal is to help encourage and empower women to live their best lives. Through short pep talks, in depth interviews with guests, or just a quick girl chat, Jessie gives. you the tools you need to make positive changes in your life. She also coaches, hosts in person events, loves speaking, and has recently started her own podcast production company, which aims to get more powerful voices out into the world. You can find her most active on Instagram, weekly on her podcast, and for anything else over at jessielarson.com.  The Transformation Shop is open! From now until 12/2 when you purchase the FUNDAMENTAL NEEDS BUNDLE, you'll get the HABIT THAT STICK STARTER KIT FOR 50% OFF!  That's over a $230 for $40!  No discount code needed! Go grab the bundle to help you start tracking and the HABITS THAT STICK STARTER KIT to learn basic habit strategy and watch the transformation happen! **MORE BLACK FRIDAY SALES WILL BE ANNOUNCED THIS WEEK!** *** WORK WITH ME: -Get the FREE HEALTHY HABIT RESET MASTERCLASS! -Visit the TRANSFORMATION SHOP to get all the affordable habit hacking tools! -Check out all of my courses, including my signature program, SELF TRANSFORM U! -CHECK OUT THE FREEBIE VAULT!: Access habit tools, self care checklist, Whole30 resources, free workouts and more!   LET'S CONNECT: -Sign up for weekly motivational texts from Emily at: 1-773-904-2157 or click this link!  **Please subscribe, rate and review Self Transformed so others can connect with our content too!  I'll even send you a Starbucks Gift Card or hop on a FREE HABIT HACKING CALL with you if you email me a screenshot of your review at hello@emily-nichols.com ** Thank you so much! Connect with Emily: @emilynichols22@transformationshop.co www.emily-nichols.com 

Ministry Magazine Podcast
Seven unbelievers who positively impacted God's work — A. Jane Sabes

Ministry Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 13:37


Seven examples in the Bible of nonfollowers of God serving respectably in God's cause.

Growing Up Naked
Milo and Pearce Positively Post Bang Bang

Growing Up Naked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 72:17


Recorded about 30 minutes after we recorded our episode with Annie Enneking,we tramp back upstairs for a good hash out. Note to self- don't ever start another podcast without checking in!Anxiety, crazy dreams, the night before the midterm election-some things you just can't ignore...Growing Up Naked theme by Isaac Dell