Ever wondered if you indulge in your own negative emotions or if you actually process them? That is what we are talking about in todays episode of Becoming Your Highest Self podcast! Join me as I make comparisons of what this will look like in real time!Ready to dig deeper into this work? Visit macierenae.com to scheudule a consult!Follow me on social media at Macie Renae Coaching (Facebook) or IG @macierenaecoaching
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In episode 66, host and HSPA clinical educator Jon Wood continues his discussion of SP-related news stories that have made it into the mainstream media and the powerful ways SP professionals can learn from these issues. Two key topics include improperly cleaned, missing or incomplete instrument sets and the dangerous infection risks such incidents pose to patients. Earn a certificate of completion for this Podcast by visiting IAHCSMM's Online Learning System and competing the quiz. Earn CE Now
How does that coffee cherry actually get reduced down to just the coffee bean? And how does that affect the ultimate question…how does my coffee taste? In arguably one of Coffee 101's most important episodes to date, Kenneth and Stefan are joined by Elika Liftee of Onyx Coffee Lab. They take a deep dive into the 2 main coffee processing methods: washed processed coffee and dry (or natural) processed coffee. KEY TAKEAWAYS Farmers are getting better at having final cup taste in mind when processing their coffee. Alot of times they're processing in the manner they have access to and the way that will give them the most money to support their farm and their family. The world of coffee processing methods is changing though. There's more awareness of how processing method impacts cup taste and more and more companies out there like Onyx and Umble who are communicating directly with the farms. The two main ways of processing coffee are natural (or dry) processing and wet processing. Other methods include honey processing, pulped natural, wet hulled (giling basah), and anaerobic - these four will be covered in the next episode. Natural (Dry) processing is the oldest method for processing coffee; therefore, it makes sense that it's still the most common method used in African growing regions since that's where coffee originated. Washed processed coffees are the most common coffees (and what you expect ‘coffee to taste like'). They tend to be a little more acidic and some would argue more complex. Kenneth and Elika discuss further how complexity is related to 'a clean cup'. BEST MOMENTS “Washed process, this is basically what people expect coffee to taste like” “I would say that I prefer a natural most of the time” “There's some data behind the slower it's dried the longer it will retain some of those good quality flavors when it's stored” GUEST RESOURCES Elika Liftee @elikaliftee @onyxcoffeelab https://onyxcoffeelab.com VALUABLE RESOURCES Award-winning single-origin specialty coffee:https://umblecoffee.com/ You're disciplined and high achieving. You never settle. Shouldn't the fuel that helps you reach your goals be held to those same standards? Instead of a crash-inducing cup of jo, you need coffee with optimal antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. A coffee so good that you can drink it black. At Umble Coffee, we only roast specialty-grade arabica coffee from around the world with cupping scores 84 and above. Don't sabotage yourself in pursuing your goals - drink coffee that tastes better and is better for you. No crash, great taste, and better long-term health benefits. That's Umble Coffee. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/umblecoffee/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/umblecoffee/ Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/umblecoffee ABOUT THE HOST As a coffee lover, physician, chemical engineer, serial entrepreneur, competitive runner, writer, and family man, Kenneth knows what it's like to push yourself to achieve goals very few accomplish. He's one of the best specialty coffee roasters in the United States as he's a multi-year US Coffee Roasters' Competition Finalist. He created Umble Coffee Co with the belief that, if sourced and roasted right, coffee can taste phenomenal and be good for you. “Life's too short to drink bad coffee.” CONTACT METHOD Want to reach Kenneth? Have questions, show ideas, or want to just let us know you're enjoying the show? The best way is to leave us a great review and put your thoughts in the comment section - Kenneth reads all of them! The second-best way is through DM on social media. Podcast Description Coffee 101 is an educational show on all things coffee. The host, Kenneth Thomas, starts with the most basic questions about coffee and builds your knowledge from there. If you love coffee, are curious about coffee, or you're a business just looking for a resource to train your team, Coffee 101 is without question the show for you! Season 1 is all about coffee's journey from seed to shelf. BUY COFFEE!: https://umblecoffee.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to a new monthly show here on the Matt Loves Cameras podcast feed. The Analog Hour is Matt Loves Cameras and Lucy Lumen joining forces to discuss all things film photography related. We will cover what we have been shooting, what cameras and stocks we have bought, borrowed or sold and also share whats on our minds! If you want to see our beautiful faces, make sure you watch The Analog Hour on Lucy's YouTube channel! We will be taking listener questions for the next episodes as well so be sure to follow us on Instagram! This month Lucy and I chat about what we have been shooting, Matt's new Xpro competition, Lucy's dream camera, our canon sure shot collections and we answer some listener questions or at least we try to! Lomo Purple EP battle Don't forget to check out our Lomo Purple playlists over on Spotify and vote on the community tab for which you think represents the film best! Lucy's Playlist - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3PijeFkmrj7t3NzWBmcjdY Matt's Playlist - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1gjjJp9Ofm3VXCbmht5nbz Lux Lumen Lux's new music channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr49brzyhDnfK5QggEN6jEQ Lucy Lumen Lucy Lumen's Analog Adventures Lucy Lumen's Podcast Adventure Lucy has prints for sale https://lucylumen.darkroom.tech/ MATT LOVES CAMERAS Web: https://mattlovescameras.com YouTube: https://youtube.com/mattlovescameras Lomography: https://www.lomography.com/homes/mattlovescameras Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattlovescameras Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mattlovescameras
Brett Rutherford is joined by Ian Malinowski to talk about Isaac Paredes, the return of Wander Franco, and pitcher usage as we enter the month of July. To end the show, Ian 'Rayses' his voice about how fans should process losing, especially when the expectations are so high. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The ombudsman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has one central focus of this year's annual report to Congress: Reducing the backlog of immigration cases. As of March, there were nearly 5.2 million cases in the backlog, meaning cases sitting for than the target processing time. Some eight and a half million cases are actually pending. Even after hiring freezes ended and USCIS avoided furloughs during the pandemic, the agency still struggles to hire and train enough adjudicators to get through the stack of cases. The ombudsman held a call for public feedback last week. Federal News Network's Amelia Brust listened in.
Hannah is an incredible woman and we're going to walk through her story in 1 Samuel 1. She experiences heartache and suffering yet gives us a means to process such pain. We, especially in the western world, can process our pain in unhealthy ways by things like suppressing, blaming, transference or even projecting on social media. Hannah processes her pain through prayer and also by having real conversations and as she processes her pain in this way, she finds herself in a place of great peace. Join us live in Cedar Rapids, Coralville, or Wilton, Iowa. Or watch online each Sunday morning. Visit https://www.lifechurchnow.org for specific times. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LIFEchurchlive New(ish) here? We'd love to connect with you! Please click here: https://bit.ly/1st-Time_Connection Got a prayer request? https://bit.ly/Ask_For_Prayer
Episode 268 is about finding our truest selves. War is dangerous. It's chaotic. But do you know what's even worse? A war with yourself. Diego Ugalde is a former navy seal and now an entrepreneur. Becoming a navy seal is not a walk in the park. You have to go through hell in order to pass. He started his training but ended up being a paramedic. Being gripped by his shame, he used it as a motivation to go back and shoot his shot again. BANG! He got in and became a successful navy seal. Life is all good and suddenly we hit a wall. Diego seems to have avoid inside him, he felt something was missing. He was unfulfilled. And luckily, he found the answer through Mother Nature, psychedelics. Psychedelics are not like any other drug, it connects you to the source. Taking it will get you into an ego-death state that will connect you to your highest self. Introspect with us and dig deep into this episode. Much like training like an elite navy seal. Our Men on Purpose community can help you bring your A-game everyday. Follow us on this journey at https://ianlobas.com/podcast/ Quick Timestamps: 00:03:15 Biz grows to the extent that you do 00:04:17 Being unfulfilled 00:06:05 Being hard wired to go - how to slow down 00:08:05 Laden with failure 00:10:13 How not to let the external environment affect your internal self 00:11:24 The power of psychedelics in personal growth 00:14:07 Dealing with identity and finding yourself 00:19:02 Connecting to your deepest self 00:19:51 Level of fear 00:24:06 Power of plant medicine 00:37:59 Epigenetics 00:45:54 What good can you do for the world 00:47:15 Failure as a seal - I became a seal out of shame 00:55:38 Processing shame 00:59:04 Pushing yourself through self imposed limitations in the flow state 01:03:54 Accessing the flow state Connect with Guest ❤️ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/diegougalde/ ✉ Website: https://thetridentapproach.com/ Connect with Ian Lobas & the Men on Purpose podcast: EMAIL: email@example.com WEBSITE: https://ianlobas.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/themenonpurposecommunity FOLLOW US ON: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/menonpurposepodcast/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MenOnPurposePodcast/ LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ianrlobas/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRr94kEsddMBWz9fArFP2w #fulfillment #shame #psychedelics
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Moving overseas is different than a move from one state to another. Let me share our initial out-processing bumps and walk you through some of the crazy rules and extra steps that we have to go through just to move across the ocean. Mentioned in this episode: Top 10 home staging tips bit.ly/top10homestagingtips
Kait catches up with BB20 friend, Brett Robinson. They talk about Brett's life in LA, Brett and Kait's time on Big Brother, Brett's current endeavors, how they've grown from the show, and the Vlog Squad. They also get a bit deeper and talk about coping, loss, personality types, and processing emotions. More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
What do I do with this email? That's what we'll be looking at in this week's episode. You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin Email Mastery Course The Time Blocking Course The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The Time And Life Mastery Course The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Episode 235 | Script Hello and welcome to episode 235 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein and I am your host for this show. Email. Possibly the most revolutionary new form of communication in the business world over the last thirty years. It's transformed the way businesses communicate with each other and speeded up aspects of our work that in the past took days if not weeks to do before its advent. However, as with all great new things, it can be abused and email has likely been one of the most abused innovations. Now, things that could have waited until the next meeting, are often quickly written down in an email and sent to the other side of the world, with an expectation of an almost instant reply. And that is where many of the issues with email rest. But, another problem for us today is where do you put important emails that do not need a reply, but do need to be kept for informational purposes or just in case? That is what we will be exploring this week. And so, without further ado, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast Voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Anna. Anna asks, hi Carl, I get hundreds of emails each day, many of which do not need a reply, I just need to keep them, and I struggle to know where to put them. I don't trust sending them to the archive, so I have a huge list of folders that are now overwhelming me. Do you have any tips or tricks to better manage email? Great question, Anna, thank you for sending it in. The key to getting on top of email is to understand the basics of what you need. Let me explain: The inbox is for collecting email. It is where all the messages that are sent to your address will come in. It's the collection point. The archive is for emails that you've either dealt with or want to keep for future reference and then there's the trash for emails you no longer need to keep. Now, on their own, those folders could work in a system. But I feel there's one folder that bridges the gap between the inbox and the archive and that is a folder for emails you need to take action on. I call this folder the “Action This Day” folder. Any email that requires action from me, will go into that folder. That could be emails I need to reply to, emails I want to read such as newsletters or reference emails with information I want to transfer to a project note. Over the years, I've seen some pretty elaborate structures in email with long lists of project folders or folders for bosses and colleagues emails. These are still the most common ways for people to organise their email. It can work—up to a point. It stops working once the folder list becomes so long it takes forever to find a folder to save a mail message. And there lies the “secret” to better managing email—speed. As with most things related to productivity, the less time you spend organising your tools and stuff, the more time you can spend doing the work. All these folders you created, Anna, work if the volume of email you receive is low—less than twenty to thirty mails per day—when you receive over 100 emails a day, this system is going to break. It will slow you down so you spend far too much time organising it instead of dealing with it. A question I would ask you, is why do you not trust archive? The archive is a great place to store your non-actionable, reference mail because it is searchable via sender's name, keyword, topic or date range. As long as you know at least one of those search terms, you will find anything in seconds. Now if there is a fear you will lose it in archive, always remember, if you receive an email there will be a copy of it somewhere. If you replied with an acknowledgement mail (a thank you for sending that mail) then you also have a copy of it in your sent folder. There's nothing wrong in asking someone to resend an email they sent you. I am sure people would prefer that to someone simply ignoring their mail. Search within email has come a long way in the last five years. All top email services have excellent search. Gmail, Outlook, and Apple Mail are fast and have multiple ways to find a mail. There are thousands of articles and videos online explaining how to get the most out of search on these services. This is where we can develop our skills and learn how to search our email effectively. Just type a search query in Google for “How to search Gmail, or Outlook, Apple Mail” etc. Then set aside an hour or two to study. It will take a little while to become competent at search, but once you learn the basics and apply what you learn, your confidence in your archive will grow and pretty soon you will be able to let go of all those folders. Now, what about managing your mail. What do you do with it? Well, there are a number of different types of email. The easiest to deal with are all those newsletters you receive that you don't read. Often these are newsletters from industry bodies you feel compelled to read because they are about your industry. Now if you read them, great. When they arrive, put them in your action this day folder for reading later in the day. If you don't read them, unsubscribe from them. Here's an interesting thing, there will always be someone who does read them and if there is anything interesting they will tell you. You can always ask them to forward them the email. Alternatively, you can resubscribe at any time. The problem I've seen is people who subscribe to these newsletters and never read them. They place them in a dedicated folder and pretty soon they have thousands of unread newsletters. Seriously, you are never going to read them. Let them go. All those mails are taking up digital space and slowing down your mail. You want mail to be fast and efficient. With thousands of unread newsletters clogging up your system, you will be slow. Get real, and be honest with yourself. If you are not reading these mails, let them go. Unsubscribe. Actionable mails get dropped into your Action This Day folder for acting on later in the day. These are easy to deal with when you are processing mail. If you need to reply, drop it in your Action This Day folder. Now those emails that contain a paragraph or two that are relevant to a project but do not need a reply—the CC'd emails. What I do is rather than send the whole email to my project notes, I copy and paste the relevant parts of the email directly into the project note and link back to the original email. If your email app doesn't allow linking directly to a mail, then copy and paste the title of the email together with the date the mail was sent into your project notes. That way, if you do need to reference the original email again, you have your search terms. There is a class of mail that doesn't need a reply immediately but does require a lot of work. This to me is a project and therefore I would treat the email as an instruction to begin a project. That means I open up a project note in my projects folder in my notes app, paste the email and add the link back, then I will add a task in my task manager's inbox. I can decide later when I will begin work on the project. The original email is then archived. I have a link back to the original email, and the relevant instructions are now in a project note. For linking back, Gmail, of course, is the best at this as each email you receive will have its own unique URL. Apple Mail allows you to drag and drop emails into notes that generate an in-system link back, and With Outlook as long as you are using OneNote as your notes app, any email sent to OneNote will also have a track backlink. And that's a good point, I know there are a lot of great notes apps around, but you are only making things harder for yourself if you are using Outlook mail and a third-party notes app that doesn't allow you to link back to an email. Apple Mail and Apple Notes work fantastically together. My advice is don't make life harder for yourself than is strictly necessary. Now, what about emails you are waiting for a reply on. This one is interesting because in many ways if you don't trust the person you sent the email to reply to you, then there's an issue with trust, not an issue with email. It's easier to blame mail, a lot harder to blame your own lack of trust. However, there are some emails you may need to keep as you wait for a response. One of which would online orders. I keep the order confirmation email in a waiting for folder, just in case there is a problem with the order. However, emails I sent to a colleague or client, I would add a note in the relevant project to tell me when I sent an email. The problem with waiting for folders is they don't automatically clean themselves out. What I mean is when you get what you asked for, we forget to remove the sent email from our waiting for folder. Pretty soon, that folder fills up with things you are still waiting for and stuff that you received a reply to weeks ago. This is about minimising what you are keeping. It's more effective to add a note to the project note with a date you sent the email than it is to add another mail to a waiting for folder. Another issue I have with waiting for folders is if you have a task that says “get presentation materials from Jane”, and you send the email to Jane asking for the materials, you have not completed the task. You do not have the materials from Jane, therefore the task is not complete. The task was not “send email to Jane” it was to get the presentation materials. Don't complete the task, reschedule it a day or two in the future. That will be the reminder to you that you still have not received the materials. Managing email can be simple or complex. Which one you choose will have a big impact on how effective you are at dealing with mail. The truth is we've always received a lot of mail. Even before email. The trick is to develop a system that filters out the necessary learning only the necessary to deal with. One final point. There are two parts to managing email. Processing and doing. Don't mix up the two. Processing is about clearing your inbox as fast as possible. It does not involve doing email—even if it would take two minutes or less. Just clear that inbox as fast as you can. Then set aside an hour at the end of the day for dealing with your actionable mail. Doing it later in the day avoids email ping pong because it's unlikely you will get a reply on the same day. Reply in the morning and you'll be doubling up your email. I have a course on managing email called Email Mastery. I have put a link to that in the show notes for you. SO, there you go, Anna. I hope that has covered most of the types of emails you receive. Thank you for your question. And thank you to you too for listening. It just remains for me now to wish you all a very very productive week.
Jeff and Michelle grew up in sunny Southern California and moved their family to the mountains of beautiful Bozeman, Montana in 2019. Jeff worked in the food service distribution industry for over 10 years. Michelle worked as a Vet Tech part time and stayed home with our 2 amazing boys, Grayson (9) and Hudson (8). They desired a change for their lives but didn't know what that looked like for their family until Michelle had the crazy & wonderful idea of leaving the busy life in suburban California for the slower pace of ranch life in Montana. Michelle rode horseback in the Big Sky mountains as a child and loved every minute of it. Jeff had a love for great food from an early age and dreamed of being a chef. They combined Jeff's food industry knowledge and entrepreneurial drive with Michelle's animal science background, and Belcrest Farms was born. There has been as steep learning curve getting into the Agriculture industry but they feel very thankful to be a part of the community. They finish black Angus steers on their cattle property, 15 minutes outside of Bozeman, and sell the beef direct to consumers in their valley and all over the US. Their goal as first generation ranchers is to give you peace of mind at the dinner table with their All Natural Ranch Raised Montana Beef. For the people they serve to know them and trust that they have their best interest at heart, as well as the animals they raise. No added hormones. No antibiotics. From birth to butcher 100% Montana-raised beef. Belcrest Farms beef is Grass-fed & Barley-finished. Dry-aged to perfection. @belcrestfarms Belcrestfarms.com Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 05:34 Moving to Montana 13:43 Regenerative agriculture 21:00 Diversifying 29:53 Processing, storage, and shipping 42:45 All-natural beef See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Definitions provide several benefits. The first is that once a definition for an object or concept is agreed upon, it is far easier to have a discussion without getting confused. A second and equally important benefit is that definitions provide a platform for establishing attributes that can be used to describe the object or idea. Attributes are critical because even with a definition we need to communicate and measure nuances. Just think if you only had one word to describe rain or hot; a lot would be lost. Today we identify four basic attributes of flow. We will also have a visit from Tony Timbol who brings his “To Tell A Story” column to the podcast. In this installment, Tony and I talk about agile requirements. They really exist…really! Re-read Saturday News This week we began our re-read of Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins (SPaMCAST Amazon affiliate line https://amzn.to/38G0ZD3 buy a copy). I am re-reading my Kindle version of the book. The front matter includes Forwards by Mike Cohn, Jim Highsmith, Acknowledgments, Introduction, and a section titled, About the Author. The main body of the book is in three parts comprised of 13 chapters. It is indexed -- useful for reference books! I estimate 16 or 17 weeks to complete the re-read depending on my travel. Note: The Kindle edition of the book has not been updated and will not run on the Paperwhite Version 10 models, so we will re-read it on the iPhone and Laptop -- I did not have a happy chat with Kindle support on this issue. Wake up, Addison Wesley! Read all of Week 1's Entry https://bit.ly/3A1aNTe and next week we will cover Part 1, Chapter 1: Will I Be A Good Coach. Remember to buy a copy of Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins and read along. If you are still catching up on the re-read of Why Limit WIP are are all of the links”: Week 1: Preface, Foreword, Introduction, and Logistics – https://bit.ly/3iDezbp Week 2: Processing and Memory – https://bit.ly/3qYR4yg Week 3: Completion - https://bit.ly/3usMiLm Week 4: Multitasking - https://bit.ly/37hUh5z Week 5: Context Switching - https://bit.ly/3K8KADF Week 6: Creating An Economy - https://bit.ly/3F1XKkZ Week 7: Healthy Constraints - https://bit.ly/3kM8xqh Week 8: Focus - https://bit.ly/3PkE0hg Week 9: Awareness - https://bit.ly/3LBZfIl Week 10: Communication - https://bit.ly/39Tji7Q Week 11: Learning - https://bit.ly/38HQNtJ Week 12: Epilogue and Final Notes - https://bit.ly/3y3LH4M Next SPaMCAST Daniel Dorion returns to the podcast next week to talk about his new book, Throughput Accounting - Seeing Money Clearly. Daniel begins the Prologue of his new book with the statement “My aim is to have you think differently and lose your reflexes and cognitive biases that are the fabric of society.” You will have a lot to think about after you listen!
Shortly before our June 24th Friday Night Shabbat service, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Because we were unable to livestream from our outdoor venue, a number of you in our community reached out to see if we could record the service. Thanks to the hard work of our Shabbat Producer Anna Gelman and our production team, we are able to provide this high quality recording of our June 24th, 2022 service in its entirety. Service highlights:[06:06] — Processing the news — R'Lizzi[22:52] — Pride message — R'Steven[29:50] — Born This Way / Lecha Dodi (Lady Gaga) — Davening Team[31:01] — Announcements — R'Lizzi[40:30] — Drash — R'Lizzi[44:37] — Miriam's Song (Debbie Friedman) — Davening Team[46:28] — We Will Be Okay — R'Deena[49:50] — Hashkiveinu (Steven Chaitman) — Davening Team[52:42] — For The Sake Of Heaven — R'Steven[1:09:42] — Closing remarks + jam session — R'Deena, Davening Team
Heather and Joanne react to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. How did we get here? What does the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs signal for the future of women's reproductive rights and broader civil rights in America? What kind of unique perspective do women historians bring to understanding this moment? Join CAFE Insider to listen to “Backstage,” where Heather and Joanne chat each week about the anecdotes and ideas that formed the episode. Head to: cafe.com/history For more historical analysis of current events, sign up for the free weekly CAFE Brief newsletter, featuring Time Machine, a weekly article that dives into an historical event inspired by each episode of Now & Then: cafe.com/brief Executive Producer: Tamara Sepper; Editorial Producer: David Kurlander; Audio Producer: Matthew Billy; Theme Music: Nat Weiner; CAFE Team: Adam Waller, David Tatasciore, Sam Ozer-Staton, Noa Azulai, and Jake Kaplan. Now & Then is presented by CAFE and the Vox Media Podcast Network. REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS “Now & Then: Abortion: Whose Choice?” CAFE.com, 9/14/2021 “The Dobbs v. Jackson Decision, Annotated,” New York Times, 6/24/2022 Justice Benjamin Robert Curtis, “Dissenting Opinion, Dred Scott v. Sanford,” Rutgers, 1857 Amy Howe, “In 6-3 ruling, court strikes down New York's concealed-carry law,” SCOTUSBlog, 6/23/2022 “Anson Burlingame,” HarpWeek, 1998 Frida Ghitis, “Opinion: These two women reminded America why Tr… must be prosecuted,” CNN, 6/23/2022 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Coffee processing plays a huge role in flavor, and may be one of the most important steps in the entire coffee supply chain. Although we may have seen washed, honey, and natural processed coffees on the shelf at the local coffee shop, we may not know what those words mean and what is happening at the farm level. Now with the rise of many experimental processing, words and labels are getting even more complicated with anaerobic, carbonic maceration, and so on. In this podcast episode, we talk about the major processing methods, what they are, and some of the general flavor profiles they can bring out in coffees.
Processing emotions is an imperative part of self awareness and healing. Part of this process will require more conscious effort and thinking so we don't automatically turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms like food or other things we turn to when we feel strong negative emotions. I share my story about auditioning for the voice and not making it to the next round and how I set an intention in the beginning for how I wanted to feel no matter which direction it went and then how disappointment showed up for me later. I share how I process my emotions and how it might also help you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Ivorian cashew processors face an uphill battle. Their bid to expand into processing faces competition from Asia. Also, Mali is sanctioned but Senegal loses out. The economic interdependence between the neighbours has left Senegalese traders struggling to cope with the knock-on effects of penalties imposed on Bamako. And amid months of sometimes deadly protests against an army takeover, young Sudanese have been finding respite in Khartoum's vibrant cultural scene.
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Processing speed is the amount of time that we take to take in the information being presented to us, make sense of it, and respond to it. This can be visually when we are reading something, auditory when we are listening to something or someone is telling us something, or motor planning which basically means that even when a child has done a task before, every time it is like they are doing it for the first time because their brain isn't giving them the feedback they need. They might seem clumsy, it might take them what seems like forever to learn to tie their shoes and many physical tasks are just simply harder for them. The speed of how someone processes information is not related to their IQ or intelligence, it is simply that some individuals take longer to process the information they are taking in than others do. Many very intelligent people process information slowly. Unfortunately, slow processing can impact so many areas of their lives where they might already have challenges, like social settings and their educational setting. The problem with their struggles is that many people jump to the conclusion that they are unmotivated, lazy, or not focused. This is important for you to listen for because I promise you, if they are a slow processor, that is likely not the case. What if for a minute we just allowed them to be them? Slowing down and having a less rushed approach to life might be exactly what we need. If you are feeling alone on your journey or maybe you are looking for other moms to connect with who understand your day-to-day challenges, be sure that you check out all of the benefits available to you in our PRIVATE SISTERHOOD. www.notyouraverageautismmom.com
Processing the loss of an unborn child is incredibly difficult. As Pro-Life people, we understand the weight of the death of a baby in a womb in its totality, which makes the grieving process all the more brutal and real. Sarah Dougherty is the amazing wife of Bob Dougherty, who was the best man at my wedding. She is a graduate of Princeton University, a rockstar in the workplace, a convert to the Catholic faith, and one of my best friends. She opens up to share both her incredible conversion story as well as the painful tale of her miscarriage at 20-weeks pregnant. Shortly after learning of their miscarriage, Emily and I found out we were pregnant. And just a few short weeks later, we miscarried as well. This is certainly one of the most vulnerable and powerful episodes I've ever done. I pray that it helps someone out there in their process of grieving and will help others to understand what they can do to help those going through the process.
The fear of someone you love getting hurt or killed can be paralyzing after stillbirth, miscarriage or any kind of baby loss. Recently my son, my baby born after stillbirth, was hurt while riding his bike. In this episode I'm talking through what happened and how I handled it to show you how you can handle this, too. Trauma and your nervous system responding in overdrive doesn't mean you can't deal with whatever happens in your life. You can learn what you need to do to be aware of what's happening and use your toolbox to manage it before, during and after. Peace in my Pocket is open for enrollemt! It's your flexible option for coaching Summer 2022. Find all the details HERE To schedule a free connection call, click HERE Follow me on Instagram! @amy.smoothstonescoaching Visit my website. Photo by Canva Music by ZingDog on Pond5
Welcome to Revive Ministries Podcast, this month we continue our journey through a new theme “Processing our Pain”, Tribute to PTSD Month. Today we have a new guest Brooklin Bowdler thanks for sharing your insight with us today. Disclaimer: if you are in crisis please seek appropriate professional help immediately, the crisis hotline is the USA is 1-800-273-8255 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline this is goodbye from Revive Ministries Podcast leaving you with this last quote: People go through so much pain trying to avoid pain. Neil Strauss --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-col363n/support
This show explores many questions designed to get us to think about the experiences we create for customers. Are we truly rolling out the red carpet for customers? Do we value consumers as opportunities to smile and exceed their expectations, or are we telegraphing buyers that they are intrusions and interruptions? Are we orders takers or relationship managers? Are we thinking enough about how we make customers feel? Join us for a fast episode that covers many questions designed to stimulate customer-pleasing thoughts and ideas.Support the show
In this episode we talk about:Coffee consulting in BrazilWhat is a quakerMatching coffee processing with roasting How Eystein roasts high and low density seedsExtraction and Brewing techniques to maximize acidityHow Eystein would prepare a coffee to show off orange, chocolaty notes Preparing our bodies and palate to be more sensitive to flavorsSupport the show on Patreon to join our live Discord hangouts.And if you don't want to commit, show your support here with a one time contribution: PayPalSign up for the newsletter for behind the scenes pictures.Resources:Connect with Eystein on Instagram @3aondacafeCover Art by: Nick HafnerIntro song: Elijah Bisbee
On this week's edition of the Beyond Clean Expert Series On-The-Go, tune in for the conversation entitled, "Metals: Limits and Effects on Processing". To hear more from this expert, follow us on Facebook and Linkedin, or subscribe to the Beyond Clean mailing list by visiting: https://educate.beyondclean.net/cleanfreaks or text BEYONDCLEAN to 22828 Do you know a #SterileProcessing expert who you'd love to hear from on our series? Or do you have a question for one of our current experts? Contact us at any time via email at: email@example.com Until next time, keep fighting dirty! #SterileProcessing #BeyondClean #ExpertSeries #Podcast
Episode 126 | Supporting Children in Hospice On this week's episode, Shani Thornton, CCLS, from Child Life Mommy shares how to support children in hospice. Shani wears many different hats in the Child Life world including supporting children in the hospice setting .Shani shares how to connect with children during this difficult time and ways to explain things that are honest and easy to understand. To help children feel more connected during this challenging time she shares some of the meaningful exercises and activities she does to help children cope. Connect with Shani: Instagram Website Click on this link to view the books Shani talked about in today's episode! [6:50] Shani talks about working with a local hospice agency to provide support [8:44] Interventions in the hospice setting [10:07] Importance of following the child's lead. [11:05] How children digest information [13:35] Explaining differences in medication, for illness versus comfort [15:22] Explaining to children the care team that will be helping [16:10] Processing hospice care [16:30] Using play to help children to understand terminal illness [18:00] How to explain illness not seen by the eye [19:17] Importance of validation, security, emotional safety and being seen [19:35] Creating fingerprint charms, handprint molds, handprint tree and bracelets to commemorate [21:25] Importance of giving parents space to share and how witnessing, validating and listening is key [22:54] Communication with social worker and hospice agency [24:40] Additional ways to support the family Sign up for FREE Parent Support Group with a Child Life Specialist beginning, Monday June 27th at 10am CST Have you heard? The Child Life On Call mobile app for parents, kids and their care team will be available in 2022. Sign up to stay informed here. Child Life On Call is a community of parents and professionals that share ideas, stories and resources to help YOU navigate your child's unique experiences. We give you strategies to support yourself and your family through life's challenges. We are so glad you are here. Website: childlifeoncall.com Merch: bonfire.com/store/childlifeoncall Instagram: instagram.com/childlifeoncall Facebook: facebook.com/childlifeoncall Twitter: twitter.com/childlifeoncall YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnh95T1MOYtbpBxJaZqg7rg
How do we talk about and process racially-motivated violence? How do we help bring healing to this world that is reeling? How do we navigate a diverse world as people who love Jesus and want to build unity and understanding? How do we lead in a multi-cultural context? These are important questions and my friend Nikki Lerner is up for the challenge. Join me as I talk with one of my dearest friends and safest places to process with. Nikki is a culture coach and she brings so much wisdom and practical help. You might want to take notes- I did! 01:30 Culture coach??03:15 What's a Safe Person?07:15 Processing horrible things17:25 Lightbulb moments!!24:14 The Golden Nugget for leaders
Synopsis: Every second and fourth Wednesday of the month, The Straits Times tackles the talking points in Singapore sport. In this episode, ST sports correspondent Sazali Abdul Aziz chats with national swimmer Teong Tzen Wei about his recent milestones in the pool. Teong, 24, talks about becoming only the third Singaporean man to race in the final of a World Championships, becoming the only South-east Asian to go under 22 seconds in the 50m freestyle, and how he experienced a sea change in his outlook to training and competing. Highlights (click/tap above): 00:58 Racing in a final at the World C'ships 03:40 Processing a fabulous month of swimming 06:28 Embracing the ‘late bloomer' tag 09:07 Old Chang Kee.. before a change in mindset Read more: https://str.sg/wu7e Produced by: Sazali Abdul Aziz (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Eden Soh Edited by: Eden Soh Follow ST Sports Talk Podcast episodes every second and fourth Wednesday of the month: Channel: https://str.sg/JWRE Apple Podcasts: https://str.sg/JWRa Spotify: https://str.sg/JW6N Google Podcasts: https://str.sg/JX88 SPH Awedio app: https://www.awedio.sg/ Website: http://str.sg/stpodcasts Feedback to: email@example.com Follow Sazali Abdul Aziz on Twitter: https://str.sg/JbxS Read his stories: https://str.sg/Jbxq --- Discover ST's special edition podcasts: Singapore's War On Covid: https://str.sg/wuJa The Unsolved Mysteries of South-east Asia: https://str.sg/wuZ2 Stop Scams: https://str.sg/wuZB Invisible Asia: https://str.sg/wuZn --- Discover more ST podcast series: Asian Insider: https://str.sg/JWa7 Green Pulse: https://str.sg/JWaf Health Check: https://str.sg/JWaN In Your Opinion: https://str.sg/w7Qt Your Money & Career: https://str.sg/wB2m SG Extra: https://str.sg/wukR #PopVultures: https://str.sg/JWad Bookmark This!: https://str.sg/JWas The Big Story: https://str.sg/wuZe Lunch With Sumiko: https://str.sg/J6hQ Discover BT Podcasts: https://bt.sg/pcPL Follow our shows then, if you like short, practical podcasts! #sportstalk See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Educational thought leader Zach Morris (Alive at Learn) explains the ways in which somatic experiencing can help neurodivergent kids work through trauma and navigate challenging circumstances. For more info, visit: https://www.tiltparenting.com/session294Support the show
The conversation this week is with Rob Telson. Rob is an experienced sales leader with a demonstrated successful history working in the software and semiconductor industry, skilled and driving growth, negotiation, sales management, organizational leadership and technology. He holds degrees from the University of Arizona and Harvard Business School, and is the Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at BrainChip Holdings Limited, a company that is focused on software and hardware-accelerated solutions for advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning applications.If you are interested in learning about how AI is being applied across multiple industries, be sure to join us at a future AppliedAI Monthly meetup and help support us so we can make future Emerging Technologies North non-profit events!Emerging Technologies NorthAppliedAI MeetupResources and Topics Mentioned in this EpisodeBrainChip Holdings LimitedBrainChipInc on YoutubeNeuromorphic ComputingAkida Neural ProcessorMobileNetV1 ExplainedTinyML FoundationBrownfield vs. Greenfield DevelopmentEnjoy!Your host,Justin Grammens
This episode is sponsored by Citizens Pay. With Citizens Pay, merchants have the security of a leading national bank and an omnichannel platform designed to streamline the buying process. If you want to learn more about Citizens Pay, visit https://citizensbank.mvk.co/2hycr where you can find additional information about Citizens Pay and the buy now pay later payment model. My guests today are President, Lynne Baldwin and CEO Jack Baldwin from BHMI. BHMI develops and licenses the Concourse Financial software suite which is an integrated cohesive collection of back-office products that operate in near real-time. The product is architected around the Common Core with four separate applications that bolt on to it including extended settlement, reconciliation, fees and commissions and disputes. BHMI sells primarily to large scale financial services companies including financial institutions, banks and co-ops, processors, networks, issuers, and acquirers. Their primary differentiators are that they focus exclusively on the back-office and their near real-time processing. BHMI employees less than 100 people by design and pride themselves in providing excellent customer support. Jack and Lynne are passionate about helping injured wildlife and have help create the Baldwin Wildlife Center where they care for between five and seven thousand injured animals per year.
Painful shit happens to us all the time, whether in life, love, or business. I don't know any coach at any level of success who is exempt from it. But there's a huge difference between embracing clean pain versus dirty pain, and this week, I'm selling you on why it's worth spending time naming and separating clean pain from dirty pain in your business. Find links to everything mentioned in this episode here: https://www.simonegraceseol.com/194
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107 podcasts ago (just a little over two years ago) on SPAMCAST 601 I interviewed Brian Weaver of Torch.AI about leadership. Lots of things have happened since then, a pandemic, Europe in flames again and Torch.AI thriving. It was great to touch base with Brian to talk about how his perspective as a leader has changed. While not needed for this interview, I highly recommend listening to SPaMCAST 601 either before or after. Brian serves as CEO of Torch.AI and has more than 20 years of experience leading mission-driven, high-growth, technology-focused companies. Torch.AI helps leading organizations leverage artificial intelligence in a unique way via a proprietary enterprise data management software solution. Today, Torch.AI supports clients like H&R Block with fraud detection and mitigation and the U.S. Department of Defense with machine learning-enabled background investigations for all federal employees, supporting the determination of an individual's trustworthiness and security credentialing. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/briangweaver/ Torch.AI – https://torch.ai/ Re-read Saturday News Completing a re-read is always bittersweet. Today we say goodbye to a friend, Why Limit WIP: We Are Drowning In Work. The final chapter is the Epilogue and interwoven are our final notes. Next week we lay out the logistics for our re-read of Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Arkins https://amzn.to/38G0ZD3. Remember to buy a copy and read along. Amazon Affiliate LInk: https://amzn.to/36Rq3p5 Previous Entries Week 1: Preface, Foreword, Introduction, and Logistics – https://bit.ly/3iDezbp Week 2: Processing and Memory – https://bit.ly/3qYR4yg Week 3: Completion - https://bit.ly/3usMiLm Week 4: Multitasking - https://bit.ly/37hUh5z Week 5: Context Switching - https://bit.ly/3K8KADF Week 6: Creating An Economy - https://bit.ly/3F1XKkZ Week 7: Healthy Constraints - https://bit.ly/3kM8xqh Week 8: Focus - https://bit.ly/3PkE0hg Week 9: Awareness - https://bit.ly/3LBZfIl Week 10: Communication - https://bit.ly/39Tji7Q Week 11: Learning - https://bit.ly/38HQNtJ Week 12: Epilogue and Final Notes - https://bit.ly/3y3LH4M Next SPaMCAST Everyone has a set of attributes they use to describe and measure flow. Let's narrow the field to the most important few and start from there. We will also have a visit from Tony TImbol and his To Tell A Story Column.
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Kathryn Hansen, author of Brain Over Binge, joins me on the podcast today to discuss: Processing an Urge Exercise in Recovery Believing Recovery is Possible & More. So excited to have her on. She was the first person that introduced me to the idea that binging was not just inherently me. That it could be coming from a habitual place instead. While I would recover for years after reading her book, Brain Over Binge was one of the major catalysts in my recovery.
This is honestly such a powerful and meaningful conversation, I cannot wait for you to hear it. Marie and I talk about how we discover who we are after the loss of a life partner and it is so good, Marie blows me away in parts. This conversation left me absolutely buzzing, so much wisdom, honesty and mind blowing thoughts are shared, you will walk away feeling richer and more empowered for having listened. Marie is the owner and founder of Empowered Through Grief gaining her over 30k followers on Instagram. Her ability to put into words what we all feel and experience is awe-inspiring. Marie shares with us in this conversation how the changes she felt happening within her grief felt natural, that they revealed who she is at her core. Marie went on to say that she followed what felt right throughout her journey, and still does. Not to say she gets it all right, but that she goes with what her instincts tell her, her inner knowing, it's something we could all learn to do more of for sure. We discuss; -The importance of self awareness -Creating a meaningful life -How we define ourselves -The difference between our values and our roles and identities -How to reduce our guilt around living -How to cultivate a life that feels good -Processing the complexity of grief This conversation is rich with compassion, empathy and inspiration, take your time to really listen, and then listen again.
How can lenders create a differentiated transaction experience for their borrowers with such a technically simple integration? Randy Kern, Chief Technology Officer at Marqeta, discusses how they are disrupting the payments industry with transaction-based decisioning and buy-now-pay-later, and how lenders can work to optimize both internal processes as well as the borrower experience. Join us as we discuss: Building more visibility between borrowers and their finances Moving the credit decision to the transaction level The growing focus on risk products and capabilities The evolution of BNPL Fighting fraud while maintaining a best-in-class borrower experience
It's Miles Teller week for us on the pod, and we're doing the 2014 rom com, That Awkward Moment. In this ep we talk about how men grieve differently than women, and why relationships are simply just showing up for one another when it's needed most. We talk about why it would be a HARD PASS if our crush showed up wearing a dildo to our birthday party as a joke, and we tell all Miles Teller trivia at the end. @romcomedianspod @_jennyjennings @abbeyfinch
Chris Van Vliet is a 4-time Emmy award winning TV Host, Entertainment Reporter and YouTuber based in Los Angeles, CA. He has traveled the world reporting from events like the Oscars, Grammys and the Cannes Film Festival. You may be familiar with the interviews that Chris posts on YouTube but to just call them “interviews” doesn't seem fair because they are so much more than that. Chris dives deep into interesting topics with his trademark conversational approach that makes it feel like two old friends catching up. This is the case when it's a wrestling superstar like John Cena, The Rock or Hulk Hogan or a Hollywood A-Lister like Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise or Will Smith. In this episode, Chris and Brad discuss doing interviews and being around celebrities in general and the correct way to act. 00:00 Intro 06:15 Making the best of 5 Mins 09:18 Celeb story 12:15 Verification of story 17:40 The opening of an interview that creates a pattern interrupt 24:10 The best approach 29:00 Brad Lea for President 32:00 The Will Smith issue at the Oscars 37:30 Chris' future goals 47:45 Processing live footage 52:40 “I run to the things that scare me.” - Chris Van Vliet 58:20 The next level 01:03:52 Bomb: “You gotta get uncomfortable.” - Brad Lea 01:06:20 Follow Chris and check out his show, INSIGHT on YouTube! 01:09:21 “Perception is reality.” - Chris Van Vliet