Well they called it "Avalanche" in one paper, "Tsunami" in another. "A cultural watershed moment." "A day of reckoning." Some of the words the news used to describe the seasons of relentless accusations of sexual misconduct by powerful men. The blizzard of revelations is new. Men using power to exploit someone sexually; sadly, that's not new. From athletes to politicians, from bosses to clergy sometimes. Tiger Woods outed an abuser's rationale when he went public with his extramarital relationships years ago. I haven't forgotten what he said, "Normal rules didn't apply...I felt like I was entitled." I'm Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about "Sex, Power, and Christmas." There's the word. Entitled. The dictionary says entitlement is "the belief that one is inherently deserving of privilege or special treatment." "Privilege?" Like assuming the right to use power to dishonor or degrade a woman? No title, no favor, no authority can ever give a man that right. From the time we guys are boys, we're raised on what I call the Male Conquest Myth. That a man proves his manhood by the sexual conquest of a woman. And it starts early. For centuries, the Bible has presented a radically different proof of manhood. It is, in fact, about conquest. It says in Proverbs 16:33, "Better to have self-control than to conquer a city." So, a man proves he's a man, not by conquering a woman - but by conquering himself. His passions. His anger. His mouth. His dark side. That's the battle one Bible author faced in our word for today from the Word of God in Romans 7. "I want to do what is right, but I can't. I want to do what is good, but I don't...there is another power that...makes me a slave to sin. Who will free me?" In his disgust with his own powerlessness to tame his dark side, he suddenly finds hope. He says, "Thank God! The answer is in Jesus Christ." For 2,000 years, men who couldn't change did change. When they've turned to the Man who poured out His life on a cross to break the chains of human sin, and who proved His singular power by conquering death itself. If He has the power to walk out of His grave, there's nothing that conquers me that He can't conquer. In the midst of swimming in a cesspool of sex-and-power revelations and stories, there is Christmas. The manger. The Baby. And one of a thousand reasons I love and follow this Jesus. Because the most powerful Man who ever lived used it only to help, to heal, to save. Leaving behind, not a trail of wounded, exploited people, but powerless people lifted to full humanity. Lepers. Beggars. Women. Children. People kicked out of the "church." Behind that silent night in Bethlehem was a stunning divine transaction. The Bible says, "Though He was God...He gave up His divine privileges; He took the humble position of a slave and was born as a human being...He humbled Himself...and died a criminal's death on a cross" (Philippians 2:6-8). In His own words, Jesus explained that He "came not to be served, but to serve others and to give His life as a ransom for many" (Mark 10:45). King of kings, the Bible calls Him. Lord of Lords. Prince of glory. Son of God. Birthed in a stable. Giving, never taking. Hanging on a cross to bring rebels, like me, against Him home. In the midst of the crud, there is Christmas and the hope of a new beginning. Something pure, more powerful than the darkness. His name is Jesus. You want to begin a relationship with Him? There's no better time. Go to our website to find out how that can happen for you today. ANewStory.com. For 2,000 years, "wise men" have ended their search at the feet of Jesus. We come to Him with the chains of our own personal darkness. And we leave forever free.
Singer–songwriter Taylor Swift was chosen as the 2023 Time Person of the Year because, according to the magazine, “in a divided world, where too many institutions are failing, [she] found a way to transcend borders and be a source of light.” Additionally, “So many have turned to [her] tales because they've been so disappointed by the storylines that emerge elsewhere in society.” And there are many tragic storylines emerging in the news today. Author: Jim Denison, PhD Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe Read The Daily Article: https://www.denisonforum.org/daily-article/taylor-swift-time-magazine-person-of-the-year/
In today's society, the concept of privilege has become a buzzword. We often hear about male privilege and the advantages that come with it. However, I believe there is a bigger picture that we need to consider. Instead of focusing solely on privilege, we should shift our perspective to the heart of the matter and explore how responsibility can make a real difference in someone's life. In this blog post, we will delve deeper into this topic and discuss why responsibility is a heavier weight than privilege. JOIN US FOR AN EVENING WITH MACHINE GUN PREACHER - SAM CHILDERSDECEMBER 16th 2023 at 7PM AT OPEN ARMS CHURCH 1289 EAST MAIN STREET, BRADFORD PA Responsibility Over Privilege: The notion of privilege has taken on different connotations over the years. It can now be associated with the idea of being handed everything on a silver platter. However, as a man, I believe that manhood is not about privilege but about shouldering responsibility. To be a man is to understand that being stronger physically or having a unique way of thinking comes with the responsibility to care for and support those around us. Leadership and Service: One aspect of manhood that aligns with responsibility is leadership. While both men and women can be leaders, for men, it often means taking on the role of leadership in the home. However, it is essential to differentiate true leadership from lordship. True leadership is about serving others and making decisions that benefit those under our care. It is not about demanding obedience or seeking personal privilege but rather guiding and honoring those around us. Doing the Right Thing: Another aspect of responsibility is doing the right thing, even when it may be challenging or require sacrificing personal gain. We must strive for morality and set an example for others by upholding ethical values. As men, it is our responsibility to strive for what is right and to ensure that our actions align with our principles. By doing so, we create a positive influence on those around us. Shifting Perspectives: Earned vs. Deserved: A crucial shift in mindset is moving away from a sense of entitlement and recognizing that we do not inherently deserve anything. Instead, we should focus on earning the things we receive and being grateful for the blessings that come our way. It's about understanding that responsibility brings more fulfillment than privilege ever could. By working hard and earning what we have, we cultivate gratitude and appreciation for life's blessings. Conclusion: Responsibility is a weight that we should willingly carry as men. It surpasses the fleeting nature of privilege and grounds us in our purpose. By embracing responsibility, we not only make a difference in our own lives but also in the lives of those around us. Let us shift our focus from privilege to responsibility and strive to be men who lead through service, do the right thing, and live with gratitude. Together, we can create a better world by recognizing that responsibility is a heavier weight than privilege. Thank you for reading, and I invite you to join the discussion in the Manlihood Man Cave group on Facebook. Share your thoughts on this topic and let's continue the conversation. I love you and I'm proud of you. - Josh Hatcher, Host of the Manlihood ManCast 00:00 Introduction and Upcoming Event Announcement 02:25 Welcome to the Manlihood ManCast 02:56 Understanding Privilege and Responsibility 03:09 The Concept of Male Privilege 05:57 The Responsibility of Being a Man 09:03 Leadership and Responsibility 11:25 Doing the Right Thing: A Man's Responsibility 13:26 The Difference Between Privilege and Responsibility 18:07 The Weight of Responsibility 18:55 Conclusion and Invitation to Manlihood ManCave --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/manlihood/message
Most of us turn off the credits at the end of a movie, unless the music is really good! The endless scrolling list of names does not carry the entertainment value that the rest of the film does. As a student of the Bible, when you start seeing names and personal greetings, don't treat them like that list of movie credits and tune out! All Scripture is God-breathed and profitable for His people (2 Timothy 3:16). In this passage, we get a glimpse into how the budding New Testament churches interacted with one another. How did these small groups of people across the Mediterranean grow into a burgeoning gospel movement that progresses so powerfully across the globe? The churches and their workers walked through “open doors” of ministry through the power of the Holy Spirit. Sometimes they faced adversity on the other side of those doors, but a love for Jesus and His people kept them struggling toward the prize (1 Corinthians 9:24; Philippians 3:14; Hebrews 12:1).
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An Adoption Story Like You've Never Heard Before, And Michael Landon Was A Part Of It#adoption #autobiography #michaellandon #author #spirituality #culture RAFAEL MOSCATEL is the author of the best-selling business book The Bastard of Beverly Hills, Tomorrow's Jobs Today and director of The Little Girl with the Big Voice, a critically acclaimed documentary.Raised in Los Angeles, California, by a Sephardic family from the Isle of Rhodes, Rafael spent the first thirty years of his life in relative darkness, unaware that he'd been given up for adoption. A long, winding, emotional journey back home, not to four walls but to a place he could finally feel comfortable in his own skin, forced him to examine his sordid past through a sobering and heartbreaking lens. His amusing yet often tragic struggles with abandonment, addiction, and faith, recounted first in a documentary about his biological kin and now in a new memoir about his adopted family, remind us all of our spiritual strength and serve as a testament to the power of hope, forgiveness, and redemption.Purchase the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0C5P7M5NDWebsite: https://rafaelmoscatel.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rafaelmoscatel/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rafael.moscatel.56Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rafaelmoscatel/X: https://twitter.com/Rafael_MoscatelYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/@rafaelmoscatelThanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: email@example.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/listen_to_the_vibes_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevibesbroadcastnetworkLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheVibesBrdcstTruth: https://truthsocial.com/@KoyoteFor all our social media and other links, go to: Linktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastPlease subscribe, like, and share!
November 29, 2023 Hour 3: A resource in the Fresno Unified School District asks middle schoolers to analyze whether they are "privileged" or "oppressed," sparking outrage with a parents' rights group. KMJ's Afternoon Drive with Philip Teresi & E. Curtis Johnson Weekdays 2-6PM Pacific on News/Talk 580 & 105.9 KMJ Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and X Listen to past episodes at kmjnow.com Subscribe to the show on Apple, Spotify, or Amazon Music Contact See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Legacy admissions, particularly at elite colleges and universities, were thrust into the spotlight this summer when the U.S. Supreme Court effectively ended affirmative action in admissions. The ruling raised many questions, and fortunately, Harvard Kennedy School professor David Deming and Harvard Economics Professor Raj Chetty were there with some important answers—having just wrapped up a 6-year study of the impact of legacy admissions at so-called “Ivy-plus” schools. Students spend years preparing to face judgment by colleges and universities as a worthy potential applicant. They strive for report cards filled with A's in advanced placement courses. They volunteer for service projects and participate in extracurricular activities. They cram furiously high-stakes standardized tests. They do all that only to find a big question many top colleges have is effectively: “Who's your daddy? And who's your mother? Did they go to school here?” Using data from more than 400 colleges and universities and about three and a half million undergraduate students per year, the two economists found that legacy and other elite school admissions practices significantly favor students from wealthy families and serve a gate-keeping function to positions of power and prestige in society. Read Chetty and Deming's paper (co-authored by John Friedman): Diversifying Society's Leaders? The Determinants and Causal Effects of College Admissions David Deming's Policy Recommendations:Build a robust system of collecting and measuring the distribution of income for admitted students at colleges across the country.Make standardized data in student income distribution transparent and widely available to facilitate better educational policy decisionmaking.Raj Chetty's Policy Recommendations:Rework legacy admissions and other practices at elite colleges to reduce bias in favor of students from high-income familiesImprove access for low- and middle-income students to a broader array of private, public, and community colleges as a means to promote economic mobilityRaj Chetty is the William A. Ackman Professor of Public Economics at Harvard University. He is also the director of Opportunity Insights, which uses “big data” to understand how we can give children from disadvantaged backgrounds better chances of succeeding. Chetty's research combines empirical evidence and economic theory to help design more effective government policies. His work on topics ranging from tax policy and unemployment insurance to education and affordable housing has been widely cited in academia, media outlets, and Congressional testimony. Chetty received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2003 and is one of the youngest tenured professors in Harvard's history. Before joining the faculty at Harvard, he was a professor at UC-Berkeley and Stanford University. Chetty has received numerous awards for his research, including a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship and the John Bates Clark medal, given to the economist under 40 whose work is judged to have made the most significant contribution to the field.David Deming is the Isabelle and Scott Black Professor of Political Economy and the academic dean of the Harvard Kennedy School. He is also the faculty dean of Kirkland House at Harvard College and a research associate at NBER. His research focuses on higher education, economic inequality, skills, technology, and the future of the labor market. He is a principal investigator (along with Raj Chetty and John Friedman) at the CLIMB Initiative, an organization that seeks to study and improve the role of higher education in social mobility. He is also a faculty lead of the Project on Workforce, a cross-Harvard initiative that focuses on building better pathways to economic mobility through the school-to-work transition. He recently co-founded (with Ben Weidmann) the Skills Lab, which creates performance-based measures of “soft” skills such as teamwork and decision-making. In 2022 he won the Sherwin Rosen Prize for outstanding contributions to Labor Economics. In 2018 he was awarded the David N. Kershaw Prize for distinguished contributions to the field of public policy and management under the age of 40. He served as a Coeditor of the AEJ: Applied from 2018 to 2021. He also writes occasional columns for the New York Times Economic View, which you can find linked on his personal website. Ralph Ranalli of the HKS Office of Communications and Public Affairs is the host, producer, and editor of HKS PolicyCast. A former journalist, public television producer, and entrepreneur, he holds an AB in Political Science from UCLA and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University.
In this week's episode, Cat Kabira returns to the show! In Episode #97 Michael and Cat talked about the energetic field, but this week ‘emotions' are on the menu. They start off by talking about breathwork, heightened experiences, exploring the depths, but also about ‘coming back' and being more ‘here' and present in this world. They explore our senses and abilities beyond our five senses, and refining our sensations through skill and devotion. They speak about emotions, which is essentially ‘energy in motion', and how to healthily process those emotions in the body. Cat shares that emotional work can make the energy field stronger and raise your energy level. Michael emphasizes that it's important to not judge ourselves when doing emotional work. They also talk about privilege and the accessibility of doing your own emotional work, and finish with some practical tips for you to start creating more emotional awareness at home! This Podcast Episode is for anyone who's self-curious, interested in heightening the awareness of the emotional self, and reducing suffering on a daily basis. Instagram: @catkabira Episode Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 05:15 Breathwork, heightened experience, and being present 10:20 Exploring senses, abilities and energy 15:00 Refined sensations, skill and devotion 17:40 Emotion is energy in motion 20:00 How to healthily process emotions 23:20 Energy work, resistance and riding the wave 28:30 Exploring the emotional field (without judgment) 32:45 Creating a healing attitude 36:45 Awareness of the emotional self 40:30 Privilege and accessibility 46:50 Practical tips for emotional work 56:15 Final shares About Going Pro Yoga: At Going Pro Yoga, we help yoga teachers become even better by teaching them new skills and giving them the tools they need to make their yoga classes safe, fun, and special for everyone. **Right now you can try Going Pro Yoga FREE for 7-days and sample: All Tools Needed to Master Cueing, Sequencing, and Alignment Video Library of over 75 fully Sequenced Classes, Sequence Chunks, and Flows FIRST EVER Yoga Cueing System with Over 160 poses and Hundreds of Variations Wisdom Talks from over 20,000 Hours of Teaching Experience Anatomy and Injury Prevention as it relates to Yoga. To Learn More, Visit Going Pro Yoga, and Start your 7-Day Free Trial! For more information about in-person trainings in Bali, https://www.elementsofpoweryoga.com/advancedtrainings --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/goingproyoga/message
Most people wouldn't describe suffering as a privilege. But when the late Dr. Helen Roseveare followed God's calling and encountered tumultuous times, she was grateful. The Lord used Helen's life in many ways as she lived alongside and loved the people of Congo. She shares how following Christ is a privilege, even in the trialson REVIVE OUR HEARTS with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/453/29
In this episode of IOLTOS, Groove achieves a major competition goal and jHo flaunts his flowing locks. As usual, music by The Oatmeal Conspiracy, artwork and some music by @Clave4e ………. The post Episode 204: Hair Privilege first appeared on I Only Like Their Old Stuff.
Today we are unraveling the troubling transformation of Shelley Shannon, a girl-next-door type, born and raised in Wisconsin, who became a notorious domestic terrorist at the center of controversial anti-abortion activism. Her story doesn't stop there, oh no. But first, a disclaimer of sorts, one needn't share the same political beliefs or association as others to live in harmony but we must all agree that violence cannot be the answer. “You think that good is hating what is bad. What is bad is the hating mind itself.” Bon Kai (Buddhist monk)This tale delves into the sinister side of religious fervor as we uncover the alarming reality of her involvement in a series of violent protests and attacks on abortion providers throughout the country. Her life was far from ordinary, as was her role in the contentious and infamous 'Summer of Mercy' anti-abortion protests. Our discussions take a serious turn as we grapple with the implications of her actions and the devastation they caused as well as the palpable anger left lingering in the wake of the dark decisions that Shelley made.These discussions may be tough, but they are vitally necessary as we venture into the world of domestic terrorism and its terrifying reality. But don't worry, we won't leave you in the depths of despair. We'll wrap things up with our tarot reading to lighten up the mood with a bit of mysticism. This week we shared the podcast, I Think My Fridge Is Haunted!--------- EPISODE KEYWORDS --------- Pacific Northwest, True Crime, Anti-Abortion, Domestic Terrorism, Activism, Murder, Violence, Radical, Religious Extremism, Religious Groups, Arrests, Protesting, Summer of Mercy, Army of God, Terrorism, Dangerous Rhetoric, Extremist Beliefs, Assassination, Tragic Consequences, Fundamentalists, Podcast, Tarot, Book Review, Racism, Privilege. In this episode, we examine the benefits of Patreon memberships and reveal an upcoming book review. Visit our website! Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Patreon, & more! If you have any true crime, paranormal, or witchy stories you'd like to share with us & possibly have them read (out loud) on an episode, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use this link. There are so many ways that you can support the show: BuyMeACoffee, Apple Podcasts, or by leaving a rating & review on Apple Podcasts.Pastebin: for sources.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5955451/advertisement
Almost a quarter of U.S. children under 18 live with a single parent and no other adults. That's the highest rate in the world. So, what does it mean for those children? About: Hosted by Meghna Chakrabarti, On Point is WBUR's award-winning, daily public radio show and podcast. Its unique combination of original reporting, first-person stories, and in-depth analysis creates an experience that makes the world more intelligible and humane. Deep dives. Original stories. Fresh takes. We'd appreciate your help to better understand On Point's podcast listeners and get your feedback — it'll take you about 10 minutes or less! Take our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/onpointpodcast
Ep. 24 Have you heard these common myths about life after High School? Myth #1: You have to go to college to be successful. Myth #2: Your career determines your worth. Myth #3: You have to follow a linear path in life. In this episode, our guest, Leah Leverich, will debunk these myths and empower you to break free from societal expectations, pursuing personal fulfillment instead. As she stood amongst her peers, questioning her own future, Leah embarked on a journey that would not only redefine her life but also inspire countless others. But little did she know, the path she would ultimately choose would lead her to a destination she never anticipated. In this episode, you will be able to: Embracing life after high school: Discover the exciting possibilities that await you beyond graduation and make informed decisions about your next steps. Daring to forge non-traditional career paths: Break free from societal norms and explore unique career options that align with your passions and strengths. Exploring alternative education options: Open your mind to alternative paths of learning that can provide valuable skills and experiences outside of traditional academia. Igniting entrepreneurial spirit for success: Unlock your inner entrepreneur and learn from the stories of successful entrepreneurs who have transformed their passions into thriving businesses. Overcoming societal expectations: Find the strength to stand up against societal pressures and pursue a path that brings you personal fulfillment and happiness. Meet Our Guest: Leah Leverich is a young entrepreneur and the host of the Decision Day podcast. Graduating high school in 2022, Leah made the bold decision to veer away from the traditional college path and instead focus on creating her own success. Recognizing the need for resources and support for others in similar situations, she started the Decision Day podcast as a platform to showcase alternative paths to success. Through her interviews with a wide range of individuals, Leah aims to empower young adults by highlighting that there is no linear path to achievement. With her fresh perspective and determination, Leah is inspiring her generation to break free from societal expectations and pursue their own unique paths to fulfillment. Instagram @decisiondaypodcast Listen to BOSSY's interview on the Decision Day Podcast on Spotify Leahleverich.com Title Sponsor: Salena's Mexican Restaurant Episode Sponsors: Marshall Street Bar + Grill, The Union Tavern Music: Do it by Infraction, Mellow Bop by Prigida & You are the best by Cutesy Chamber Ensemble Produced by JazzCast Pros The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:01 - Introduction 00:03:32 - The Importance of Generational Perspectives 00:04:47 - Leah's Journey with Decision Day 00:06:26 - Questioning the Traditional Path 00:08:51 - Overcoming Initial Resistance 00:12:28 - Choosing a Career Path 00:14:20 - Entrepreneurship vs. High-Paying Jobs 00:16:30 - Learning Through Experience 00:17:29 - Networking as a Young Entrepreneur 00:20:40 - Confidence and Growth 00:24:01 - Starting the Portfolio and Podcast 00:25:08 - Lack of Support in High School 00:25:58 - Uncertainty in Choosing a Career 00:26:46 - Generation Gap and Changing Careers 00:30:04 - Influence of Parents and College Experience 00:36:10 - The Privilege of College 00:37:00 - Finding One's Path 00:38:04 - Helping Women and Finding Passion 00:38:38 - Advice for Parents 00:40:23 - Leah's Future Plans
Following an article she wrote in Grazia, Anna opens up about the practicalities and the emotions of her recent divorce. How to get out, when to get out, how to tell the kids and how to know you aren't going to lose your mind in the process. Plus help from family lawyer Georgina Hamblin on how to do it if you are financially controlled.
Trigger warning: this episode discusses topics which may be triggering for some. In this episode, the Gritty Nurses discuss the recent case of a physician who has been suspended 3 times and convicted of sexual assault, but is allowed to continue to practice! Whatever happened to zero tolerance policies or the fact that he is a danger to the public as a REPEAT OFFENDER? They discuss this story and other cases, how the College of Physicians of Ontario handled it, what the law is on sexual assault, and more. This is very concerning given the power of physicians, their role in relation to patients and the trust we put in them. What makes physicians who are serial sexual assault assailants any different than Harvey Weinstein, Jeffery Episen or the Peter Nygard's of this century? Power? Privilege? Staus? ---Nothing. Time's up--This is definitely a highly charged topic and one that needs to be amplified and justice needs to be served. **Pre-order The Wisdom of Nurses: Stories of Grit From the Front Lines https://www.harpercollins.ca/9781443468718/the-wisdom-of-nurses/ Thanks to all that made this possible, especially the many nurses from across North America who generously shared their stories, passion and wisdom. We discuss stories of the challenges, heartbreak and humour of life on the front line. In their first book, (not our last ha!) We take you to the front line of nursing to show the compassion, selflessness and dedication of professionals who not only give it all for their patients, but get up and do it over and over again! Also available in digital and audio book formats! Order Here: https://www.harpercollins.ca/9781443468718/the-wisdom-of-nurses/ Episode Resources: Image from Toronto Star: Toronto doctor who sexually abused patients has ‘greatly' harmed medical profession, but will keep license after third suspension https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/toronto-doctor-gets-no-professional-penalty-for-sex-assault-on-16-year-old-after-panel/article_705e1095-2500-5493-8005-baf62ddff310.html https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/jwh.2019.7766 https://www.cnn.com/2016/07/11/health/doctor-sexual-abuse/index.html https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/doctors-discipline-patient-boundaries-1.3405780 https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/aug/12/doctor-medical-center-sexual-abuse-allegations https://www.sexassault.ca/doctor.htm https://www.cpso.on.ca/en/Public/Services/Complaints-and-Concerns/Sexual-Abuse-Complaints Follow the Gritty Nurse Podcast! https://www.grittynurse.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@grittynursepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/grittynurse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gritty.nurse.podcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GrittyNurse LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/grittynurse
Hi there, beautiful souls! Welcome to The Embodied Leadership Podcast, today we have a solo episode where we're exploring a crucial yet often overlooked aspect of creating lasting success. Whether you're a business mogul, a creative spirit, or simply a human being striving to be your best self, this episode is for you. I'll be diving deep into the significance of your nervous system's capacity in shaping your sales, visibility, impact, and income. It's the foundation of a fulfilled life and sustainable success. In today's chat, I'll share an unpopular opinion that might just change the way you approach your goals. We'll unpack the concept of 'quantum leaping' and why nurturing your current capacity is essential for not just achieving but truly holding onto your success. So, get cozy, and let's get ready for some real talk that could transform the way you live and lead. In This Episode: 00:00 - Opening Insights on Nervous System and Success 01:25 - The Dynamics of Quantum Leaping 03:33 - Delving into Subconscious Self-Sabotage 05:11 - Valuing Subtle Shifts in Personal Growth 07:48 - The Interplay of Support Systems and Success 12:07 - Privilege and Experience in the Business Landscape 15:26 - The Spectrum of Leadership Experiences 17:31 - Grounding Entrepreneurship in Faith 21:32 - Balancing Early Business with Trust and Strategy 23:09 - Understanding Success Beyond Comparison 26:19 - Holding Happiness in the Now 28:01 - The Quest for Internal Fulfillment 30:17 - Body and Identity in Harmony 31:04 - Building Capacity and Comfort with Discomfort 32:42 - Savoring Success in the Present Moment 36:35 - Nervous System Mastery for Long-Term Success 39:19 - Gratitude and the Art of Savoring 41:17 - Holistic Transformation via the Nervous System 43:48 - Well-being and Capacity as Priorities 44:53 - Closing Thoughts and Next Steps Key Takeaways: Your nervous system's capacity significantly influences your success in sales, visibility, and income. Quantum leaps in life and business require a nervous system capable of handling new realities. Sustainable success is rooted in a holistic approach that includes addressing personal experiences and traumas. Comparing your journey to others can be misleading due to different backgrounds, support systems, and personal capacities. Strategies in business are essential, but they must be complemented by faith, trust, and a connection to something greater. The relationship with your nervous system is foundational for holding and sustaining success. The ability to sustain success is tied to how well one can handle current realities and relationships, including money and visibility. Gratitude for what one has in the present is necessary to welcome more success sustainably. Quotes: "Your current nervous system capacity for what is already in front of you is exactly what's impacting your success." - Rachael "Quantum leaping without the capacity to handle the new can lead to self-sabotage." - Rachael "It's the deep work that actually gives you the ability to create and hold the success that you desire." - Rachael “Your support system, which is connected to the different privileges you have, also influences the timing, longevity and sustainability of your success." - Rachael Thank you so much for joining me today. It's been a pleasure sharing my thoughts and insights with you. Remember, your journey is unique, and embracing every step with intention and care is what leads to true success. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Connect & Work With Rachael: For The Legacy: The Membership Instagram TikTok Youtube 1:1 Coaching Application Blog The Embodied Leadership Newsletter If you enjoyed today's episode, please let me know by leaving a 5-star review on whatever platform you're listening to this, or sharing this episode on your Instagram stories and tagging me! It means so much and helps us reach more gorgeous souls who need to hear these messages!
There are so many people out there who aren't getting the care they need or deserve, especially trans people. We are met with ignorance and incompetence, and today's guest, Dr. Julius Weaver wants to change that! Dr. Julius is a board-certified family physician who has been practicing for 20+ years and they are promoting Black and trans visibility through their medical expertise. In this episode of Dem Bois Podcast, we discuss transitioning late in life, being stealth vs. being visible, transitioning with children, and much more.We talk:How the name Julius chose him - 2:55His relationship with his ex-husband now - 9:44Advice to trans parents navigating societal norms - 20:36Transitioning while working in the medical field - 30:24Being a doctor and providing that competent care to trans folks - 39:16Where the name “Dem Bois” came from - 48:00Click here for transcript!Read more about our guest in their bio below:Dr. Julius Weaver (he/they) is a black transgender board-certified family physician who has been practicing for over 20+ years. Julius is a busy, protective mother of three teens and in their downtime enjoys sports, gardening and being by any picturesque body of water they can find. Dr Weaver recently started their most exciting venture, RMD Proud. RMD Proud is a direct pay, virtual, gender affirming care program for transgender and gender-diverse individuals. Julius Weaver is a late blooming non-binary trans guy. Their gender journey has certainly been lifelong but he started socially transitioning when he came out a few years ago to his family. Currently, Julius loves to promote black and trans visibility through their own medical expertise and also by talking about their personal transition journey. http://www.resolvemd.org/gender-carehttp://www.instagram.com/thetransmdhttp://www.instagram.com/rmd_proudAre you enjoying the Dem Bois Podcast? Donate today to help support the cost of production and the honorarium we pay our guests for their time. All donations are tax-deductible. Click here! Donate to support our 2023 Gender Affirming Surgery Grant Fund here!
“Those notes aren't privileged! Hand them over.”___P sued D in relation to personal injuries P alleged at around the time they were giving birth. D, to oversimplify, was the hospital's insurer: , D instructed an expert who produced a report.P filed a NoM seeking access to a document produced by the expert in response to a subpoena, but over which D asserted legal professional privilege: , P said the document was not privileged or, if it was, privilege was waived: D had briefed the expert and invited the expert to initially provide a verbal opinion on 6 Qs. The expert gave evidence that during that conversation “(they) referred to.. 2 pages of handwritten notes (they) had prepared. (They) used them as the basis for expressing (their) verbal opinion to (D's lawyer)”:  - These 2 pages constituted the document P sought and D asserted was privileged.Privilege attaches to a *communication* not a document. D asserted the document was a communication: , Documents generated unilaterally by an expert in the course of forming an opinion do not attract privilege: Despite there being a “grey area”, privilege may be claimed in communication between the expert and solicitor if made for the confidential use in the litigation: A draft report, for example, is not a communication: It is for the party asserting privilege to prove privilege attaches to a document: Despite having prepared an affidavit on the topic there was no evidence that the document was intended to be a means of communication between expert and lawyer: Having so found, the Court did not need to consider the question of waiver. However - noting that disclosure of an expert's report is an implied waiver of the instructions underpinning that report, and that there was no suggestion the document did not cover material that eventually formed part of the final report - the Court would have concluded privilege was waived:  - P was granted access to, and permitted to inspect, the document:  ___ Please send a follow to James d'Apice, Coffee and a Case Note, and Gravamen on all your favourite platforms!
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When we are children we want to be grown-ups.As we grow up /old, things change.What is your association with the process of ageing?How do feel about getting old?What baggage do you take with you to old age?As a society we run away from the process of getting old and consequently miss out on the GIFT OF ELDERHOOD.To age can be experienced as a privilege.There's beauty in every age; we only need to develop the eyes to see it. And most importantly - the world needs the wisdom of the elders. * * * * If you like the podcast, please subscribe to it, share it with your friends, leave a comment and rating in Apple podcast (or wherever you get your podcast) and join our list to get notified when a new episode is on air. If you wish to support the podcast by donating, please click the PayPal link http://bit.ly/PayPal-Souloist and Thank You for your generosity. Find us on: Face Book , Instagram , YouTube , Linkedin And come visit us on : www.zohararotem.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/souloist-podcast/message
On today's episode, Bennie Cooley joins Travis Ishida to have a great conversation about his platform and equipment, how he locates targets, hunting season, and much more! NRL HUNTER Presented by SIG SAUER, is a series of competitions for hunters by hunters. It brings ethical hunters together in an innovative, competitive format for new and seasoned hunters to learn about their skills, gear, overall capabilities, and about local hunting terrains. Learn more about hunter Bennie Cooley's journey, his gear, how the sport translates to hunting, and more on the NRL Hunter Podcast! Index: 00:53 – Bennie Cooley's Background 03:12 – Factory platform that has brought success • NRL- PH2 08:06 – “True up”; Ballistics Software • Hornady 4DOF (4 Degrees of Freedom) • Applied Ballistics 13:20 – Shooting off of a Tripod • Buy the best that you could afford 18:27 – Transition from 3Gun to NRL Hunter 22:07 – Skills Division 26:17 – Range Finders; Loaner Gear Program 29:12 – Privilege paying it forward 33:30 – Locating Targets 38:06 – Equipment 42:06 – Translating to Hunting; Setting up on the fly 47:25 – 2024 Season of matches and Grand Slam 53:12 – Predator Hunting 01:02:52 – Closing and takeaway Links – - Bennie Cooley - http://benniecooley.com - Seekins Precision - https://seekinsprecision.com - Hornady Ballistics App - https://www.hornady.com/4dofapp - Applied Ballistics App - https://appliedballisticsllc.com - RRS Soar Tripods – https://rrssoar.com/tripods - SIG Sauer Range Finders - https://www.sigsauer.com/electro-optics/rangefinders/binoculars.html - If you enjoyed this podcast, make sure to subscribe to us on Soundcloud or iTunes for more episodes and write us a review! Share this episode with anyone interested in all things Hunting. Do you have questions, comments, insight on the topics discussed today? Shoot an email to email@example.com with Subject: “NRL Hunter Podcast S3 E8” Follow Us On: Website: https://nrlhunter.org/ iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nrl-hunter-podcast/id1549731175 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nrlhunter Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4iUZ7wGSFtvrcpzRNJWsWb?si=XrSdnol1QnGJRPmrZpHCdA&nd=1 FB Community Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nrlhuntercommunitygroup Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nrlhunter/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/NationalRifleLeague Release date: 20 November 2023
Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message live at RACC on 11/19/23 based on 1Peter 1: 1, 2, and 22-25. Gospel pilgrims are true worshipers, who are on a divine mission that is life long – a journey of faith that is motivated and fulfilled by God's wisdom and power. He is the initiator, cultivator, […] The post The Heavenly Privilege of True Gospel Pilgrims appeared first on Realm of Agape Christian Church.
Upcoming Event!How Can Mindfulness Help You Reach Financial Independence?Do you want to reduce money anxiety, but don't know who to trust?Would you like to learn how to set up and manage your own retirement plan?Do you want to know how we create a passive income stream you can't outlive?If yes, join us and learn how to answer the 4 critical financial independence questions:Am I on track for financial independence?What do I need to do to get on track?How do I design a mindful investing portfolio?How do I manage that portfolio and my income over time through changing markets?Learn more: https://courses.mindful.money/financial-independence-bootcampSandy Lamb is an executive coach, keynote speaker, and TedX speaker coach. She did the corporate gig and saw executive coaching and leadership development as the perfect way to use her skills, help other people excel, and balance work with family and wellness. Sandy helps executives build a culture of belonging and respect by focusing on authentic leadership and emotional intelligence. She's the CEO of Altitude Executive Coaching and today, Sandy joins the show to talk about EQ - Emotional Quotient - empathy, and self-awareness.
In this episode, Tudor welcomes human rights attorney Brooke Goldstein to discuss the Gaza-Israel conflict, focusing on the indoctrination and radicalization of children in Gaza. Goldstein shares insights from her documentary, "The Making of a Martyr," which exposes the system of oppression and child abuse in Palestinian territories. She criticizes the media's reliance on information from Hamas and highlights the pervasive culture of violence promoted in schools, cartoons, and radio broadcasts. The discussion also covers the role of Hamas in Gaza's transformation into a launching pad for rockets, the support of terrorism by some US Congress members, and the funding of Middle Eastern studies departments by Qatar. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Tudor welcomes human rights attorney Brooke Goldstein to discuss the Gaza-Israel conflict, focusing on the indoctrination and radicalization of children in Gaza. Goldstein shares insights from her documentary, "The Making of a Martyr," which exposes the system of oppression and child abuse in Palestinian territories. She criticizes the media's reliance on information from Hamas and highlights the pervasive culture of violence promoted in schools, cartoons, and radio broadcasts. The discussion also covers the role of Hamas in Gaza's transformation into a launching pad for rockets, the support of terrorism by some US Congress members, and the funding of Middle Eastern studies departments by Qatar. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comFollow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is beauty privilege real? Does being extremely attractive alone automatically make you a great catch? What is the beauty privilege effect? True or False? While we live in a world that might like to claim ‘beauty is only skin deep,' the clear reality is physical attractiveness is a social commodity with personal and professional value attached to it. How does beauty privilege impact self-esteem and self-worth? Does beauty privilege create unrealistic expectations in relationships? How does beauty privilege affect the dynamics of power and control in relationships? Can beauty privilege lead to a lack of genuine connection and emotional intimacy in relationships? Does beauty privilege contribute to a shallow dating culture? How does beauty privilege affect the perception of one's own worthiness of love and affection? Can beauty privilege lead to a sense of entitlement in relationships?
Other titles I considered for this episode: Personal Style and Gatekeeping in the Workplace Body Image, Privilege, and Influencer Culture Breaking Free From the Matrix of the PR World and Embracing Authenticity At one point in her career, author and coach Helen Jane Campbell was pulled into a room (along with the other women in the firm) and told what kind of underwear they should wear underneath their work clothes. That somebody ever thought that it was okay to dictate women what kind of underwear they should wear is jaw-dropping but it also is exemplary of the Patriarchy in the workplace...and life, really. It may be jaw-dropping, but you know what? We women participate in this dictatorship or how we should look and what we should wear every day. We don't necessarily even understand that we are doing that until someone lifts the veil for us. Well, we are lifting the veil! Helen shares her remarkable journey with us from working in PR, buying the right handbags, having the right haircut, and doing all she could to fit it, to BREAKING FREE of that and discovering her true authentic self. She has two decades of PR experience that she brings to the table and applies that knowledge in a disruptive way to help change the narrative! It's so compelling and really exciting! I can't wait for you to listen! LINKS: Helen's website: www.coachingbyhelen.com Helen on IG: https://www.instagram.com/coachingbyhelen Helen on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachingbyhelen/ Helen's Book!!! https://www.businessexpertpress.com/books/founders-freelancers-rebels-how-to-thrive-as-an-independent-creative/ Elijah on IG: https://www.instagram.com/elijahshannonselby/ Business as Activism on IG: https://www.instagram.com/businessasactivism/
Zach Nash begins a new series on the character of Jesus and teaches about our ultimate privilege, knowing Jesus and being known by Him. He brings us into Matthew 7:21-23 to show us God is not interested in our works, but rather a deep personal relationship of knowing who we are. This is important because our ability to discern the presence of the Lord wherever we are is based out of our ability to know his voice.
Zach Nash begins a new series on the character of Jesus and teaches about our ultimate privilege, knowing Jesus and being known by Him. He brings us into Matthew 7:21-23 to show us God is not interested in our works, but rather a deep personal relationship of knowing who we are. This is important because our ability to discern the presence of the Lord wherever we are is based out of our ability to know his voice.
Actor, author, and recovering addict Matthew Perry died unexpectedly last month and for many of us, it was the sad end of an era. With Perry's death came a huge outpouring of remembrances - about who he was as a person. Tune in as Wendy pays tribute and shares her biggest takeaway from it all: legacy, and how she wants to be remembered.
In this 198th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens.In this episode we discuss the West, the West West, and the West West West. Following recent travels in Prague, London, and Denver, we talk about how Prague seems to keeping the embers of the West alive—through noble subversion, shared knowledge of musical traditions, cobbled streets, and more. We discuss anti-semitism—its absence in Prague, its presence in London. We talk about the art and energy discussions at the ARC (Alliance for Responsible Citizenship) conference. And we discuss children and young people being harmed by the affirmative care model, following Heather's participation in the Genspect conference in Denver. *****Our sponsors:Vivo Barefoot: Shoes for healthy feet—comfortable and regenerative, enhances stability and tactile feedback. Go to www.vivobarefoot.com/us/darkhorse15 to get 15% off, and a 100-day free trial.American Hartford Gold: Get up to $5,000 of free silver on your first qualifying order. Call 866-828-1117 or text “DARKHORSE” to 998899.ARMRA: Colostrum is our first food, and can help restore your health and resilience as an adult. Go to www.tryarmra.com/DARKHORSE to get 15% off your first order.*****Join us on Locals! Get access to our Discord server, exclusive live streams, live chats for all streams, and early access to many podcasts: https://darkhorse.locals.com/Heather's newsletter, Natural Selections (subscribe to get free weekly essays in your inbox): https://naturalselections.substack.comOur book, A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, is available everywhere books are sold, including from Amazon: https://a.co/d/dunx3atCheck out our store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: https://darkhorsestore.org*****Q&A Link: https://rumble.com/v3uhzel-your-questions-answered-bret-and-heather-198th-darkhorse-podcast-livestream.htmlMentioned in this episode:The flame of the West is alive: https://open.substack.com/pub/naturalselections/p/the-flame-of-the-west-is-aliveInstitut H21: https://www.ih21.org/en/homeOpus Cactus: https://opuscactus.comFourth-gen nuclear: https://energyfromthorium.com/principles/nuc-vs-chem/Genspect: https://genspect.orgSupport the show
The most important issue in the United States is the proliferation of children growing up without two parents in the home. Melissa Kearney joins the show — she is a MIT-trained economist who serves as the Neil Moskowitz Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland, who has bravely analyzed this issue with fantastically well compiled data in her new book The Two-Parent Privilege: How Americans Stopped Getting Married and Started Falling Behind https://a.co/d/4Ouan4J Check out other Julie Hartman videos: https://www.youtube.com/@juliehartman Follow Julie Hartman on social media: Website: https://juliehartmanshow.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julierhartman/ X: https://twitter.com/JulieRHartman See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In 2021, each state redrew its congressional district lines to reflect the 2020 census results. Two years later, the maps in many states are the subjects of lawsuits alleging that they dilute Black and Latino votes. A ProPublica investigation shows how some state legislatures are trying to shield the data used to draw those maps. ProPublica reporter Marilyn Thompson joins John Yang to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
On this episode of The Report Card, Nat Malkus speaks with Melissa Kearney about her new book, The Two-Parent Privilege: How Americans Stopped Getting Married and Started Falling Behind. Nat and Melissa discuss the decline in marriage among non-college-educated parents, why having two parents in the home matters for student outcomes, the stock of marriageable […]
How fake drives continue to be sold on Amazon despite negative reviews Microsoft is discontinuing support for the VBScript language The 30-year old NTLM authentication protocol will eventually be removed from Windows Two new vulnerabilities found in cURL A new Cisco router vulnerability rated CVSS 10.0 was used to hack over 40,000 devices Debate over whether "lib" should rhyme with "vibe" or "air" Instructions for accessing the SpinRite 6.1 pre-release version Feedback on passkey exportability and server IP address encryption A listener asks if ransomware can encrypt already encrypted files How Privacy Badger un-rewrites Google's search result links The NSA and CISA warn about the power of privilege and the dangers of account misconfigurations like privilege creep, elevated service account permissions, and non-essential use of elevated accounts Show Notes - https://www.grc.com/sn/SN-945-Notes.pdf Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/security-now. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit You can submit a question to Security Now at the GRC Feedback Page. For 16kbps versions, transcripts, and notes (including fixes), visit Steve's site: grc.com, also the home of the best disk maintenance and recovery utility ever written Spinrite 6. Sponsors: drata.com/twit joindeleteme.com/twit promo code TWIT canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT