Use of the term ‘profound autism' is among the recommendations made by a panel of autism researchers, clinicians, autistic adults and parents of autistic people. The post First-of-its-kind commission defines ‘profound autism,' issues recommendations appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.
“Part of what it means to be human is to suffer, but there's a way to move through it that brings joy and goodness to both you and the world around you.” Dan Allender and Cathy Loerzel. We all endure trauma—either Big T or Little T. We all seek healing. Yet all too often, the defense mechanisms we constructed to survive trauma, now keep us constrained. Join us to consider: Who we are meant to become in the midst of our heartaches. That we've all been orphaned, estranged, and widowed due to trauma and loss. How we can bring goodness and joy to others as we move through pain. According to Dan, “Every one of us suffers, yet our suffering is never meant to be only ours—we're meant to not only join our own transformation, but also in the privilege of being able to join in others' transformations.” If you're hurting, you'll feel a balm of empathy in Dan and Cathy's words. Please join us for a tender, loving, healing conversation. Allender Center Website: https://theallendercenter.org/ Instagram: @allendercenter Dr. Karin Website: http://loveandlifemedia.com/ Empowered Dating Playbook: smarturl.it/EmpoweredDatingBook Instagram: @dr.karin Single is the New Black - Audiobook Audible: smarturl.it/SITNB-Audible iTunes: smarturl.it/SITNB-iTunes --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/love-and-life-media/support
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We're back with Part 2 of 3 of this season's final series of episodes devoted to recent physical media releases. Joining me today, we have the brilliant film critic Walter Chaw (whose video essay on Walter Hill's 48 Hrs. dubbed "Profane and Profound" you can find on Netflix's new series VOIR) and the witty and wonderful crime writer Nikki Dolson as well.After investigating The Naked Spur and The Last of Sheila with Chaw and diving into Nicholas Ray's Party Girl with Dolson, I take a look at two new French releases entitled Who You Think I Am and White as Snow from Cohen Media Group. Another installment packed with great conversation and astute observations, get ready for one more (final) episode dropping very soon as well.Originally Posted on Patreon (12/14/21) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/59911369Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music Archive
Caution is key when it comes to psychedelic mushrooms. Such a Profound experience should be approached with caution and with care. You wouldn't want to waste the incredible opportunity that mushrooms present by misusing or being careless with them. In this episode of the It's The Booze Talking Podcast, Nick wants to know if it is possible to get hurt taking mushrooms. Most psychedelic mushrooms are extremely safe and pose no physiological risks however, there are things to be cautious of to make sure that the experience goes smoothly. The last thing we want to do is scare anyone about psychedelics. They might be one of the most important areas of study and exploration in recent times and some would even argue of all time. They might be just what the doctor ordered for lots of folks in these trying times. We are not doctors or psychedelic experts so don't take our word for it. I know this sounds cliché but do your research. There is plenty of great information online about when, where, how, how much etc.
On Tuesday, the journal Lancet published a 2+ year long endeavor around understanding the heterogeneity of autism not just in features but in access to services for individuals and families across the world. They called for a stepped care to help individualize and prioritize needs in different individuals based on their needs, not their diagnosis. […]
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Lydia Denworth is an award-winning science journalist and a sought-after speaker. She is a contributing editor at Scientific American and the author of Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, and Extraordinary Power of Life's Fundamental Bond, which was named one of the best leadership books of 2020 by Adam Grant and called "the best of science writing" by Booklist. She has written two other books of popular science: I Can Hear You Whisper and Toxic Truth. Her work has also appeared in The Atlantic, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Time and many other publications. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her family. You can find Lydia online... Twitter: @LydiaDenworth Website: https://lydiadenworth.com/ Originally published 12/09/21
Its time for another episode of Ask Dr. Doreen! Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, BCBA-D and our host Shannon Penrod discuss the recent autism prevalence numbers released by the CDC, Therapist Recommended toys from the autism Live Gift and Toy Guide, an article from psychologytoday.com about "Profound Autism" and answer questions written in from the live viewers! Tune in and check it out! Links below! https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/inspectrum/202112/lancet-commission-calls-new-category-profound-autism https://www.autismnetwork.com/toy-guide/ https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? 6:56 2021 Autism Prevalence Numbers 11:15 my question is about the prevalence numbers. I was diagnosed with pddnos around 1999-2000 and regular ASD in 2007. the numbers are so alarming. any way to figure out how big this jump will get in for example 10 years time. what should we do to curtail the numbers a little bit. 15:05 Lance Commission Calls for a New Category https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/inspectrum/202112/lancet-commission-calls-new-category-profound-autism 25:35 My Question is- I want to start my child on the Vitamin b12 shots but the PCP is refusing to give me a prescription. According to her he is not deficient on Vitaminb12 and she is not aware f that info. Please what do I need to do or go to be able to get this prescription for my son. I have done a lot of research and I think this will make a major difference in my son's improvement. I need help 27:55 Hi, I would like to know if a child with ASD has meltdowns for long time and he is non verbal, what can be done to calm him down. 39:33 Therapist Choice Award Winners 39:58 Therapist Choice Award Winner - Baby / Toddler: Toy Winkel Rattle & Sensory Teether by Manhattan Toy https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BNCA4K?tag=dotdashvwfm-20&linkCode=ogi&th=1&ascsubtag=4165642%7Cnc9dc92b7a09040d993bae18a9838822300 41:14 Therapist Choice Award Winner - Pre-school: Stacking Peg Board Set by Gleeporte https://www.amazon.com/Stacking-Montessori-Occupational-Learning-Preschooler/dp/B07811WXDH/?tag=mj-algiftoy-20 42:50 Therapist Recommendation Winner - School-aged: Balloon Cars by KiwiCo https://www.kiwico.com/us/store/dp/balloon-car-f1903/3243 44:00 Therapist Recommendation Winner - Tween/Teen: Let's Mingle by Fun Tribe Crew https://www.amazon.com/Conversation-Starters-Dinner-Families-Therapy/dp/B08L759TTH/ref=sr_1_16?dchild=1&keywords=toys+for+bored+teens&qid=1632084381&sr=8-16 44:47 Therapist Recommendation Winner - Adult: Noise Canceling Headphones by Cowin https://www.cowinaudio.com/products/cowin-e7-noise-cancelling-headphone?currency=USD&variant=34994984255653&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=Google%20Shopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4b-k-8KN8wIVGUWGCh0nyQUAEAYYAyABEgLOtfD_BwE 47:18 Therapist Recommendation Winner - Caregiver: Calm Premium Gift Card by Calm https://www.calm.com/gift 49:13 Festival of Toys for Award Winning School-Aged Toys 50:09 Top Toy Award Winner - Ultra Dash by Playmonster® https://www.amazon.com/PlayMonster-7015-Ultra-Dash/dp/B06XX79W45/ref=sxin_13_ac_d_rm?ac_md=3-3-cGxheW1vbnN0ZXIgdWx0cmEgZGFzaA%3D%3D-ac_d_rm_rm_rm&cv_ct_cx=PlayMonster&dchild=1&keywords=PlayMonster&pd_rd_i=B06XX79W45&pd_rd_r=1a15c103-4ea4-442b-a8a4-9919525f416f&pd_rd_w=oFunV&pd_rd_wg=sKB6K&pf_rd_p=c41d1f6c-956c-4fe2-8019-1663b7e1dd23&pf_rd_r=B7J6ED3CAMMETTNCJK68&psc=1&qid=1632079436&sr=1-4-12d4272d-8adb-4121-8624-135149aa9081 50:43 Boredom Buster Award Winner - Craft-tastic® Surprise Balls Kit by Ann Williams https://www.annwilliamsgroup.com/collections/award-winners/products/craft-tastic-surprise-balls 51:10 Best Speech Builder Winner - Gib Gab by Fat Brain Toys® https://www.fatbraintoys.com/toy_companies/fat_brain_toy_co/gibgab.cfm#product-video 52:11 Best Educational Toy Winner - Math Wizards and the Secrets of the Dragons by Osmo https://www.playosmo.com/en/shopping/games/math-wizard-secrets-of-the-dragons/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_NGSxs2L8wIVQGxvBB3ZQAF4EAQYAyABEgIBqPD_BwE 52:56 Best Book Winner - Balloons by By Rainbow Mosho https://www.amazon.com/Rainbow-Mosho/e/B08NXZNPN2?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1631845781&sr=1-1&fbclid=IwAR157vATB4EM-MbPgyMi-dNiZxwwmmgqr0PncUeINC_OxAwnaooGaLBghvE 55:40 Sensitive Santa Information 1:00:50 This week on Autism Live
Its time for another episode of Ask Dr. Doreen! Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, BCBA-D and our host Shannon Penrod discuss the recent autism prevalence numbers released by the CDC, Therapist Recommended toys from the autism Live Gift and Toy Guide, an article from psychologytoday.com about "Profound Autism" and answer questions written in from the live viewers! Tune in and check it out! Links below! https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/inspectrum/202112/lancet-commission-calls-new-category-profound-autism https://www.autismnetwork.com/toy-guide/ https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? 7:00 2021 Autism Prevalence Numbers 11:10 my question is about the prevalence numbers. I was diagnosed with pddnos around 1999-2000 and regular ASD in 2007. the numbers are so alarming. any way to figure out how big this jump will get in for example 10 years time. what should we do to curtail the numbers a little bit. 15:00 Lance Commission Calls for a New Category https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/inspectrum/202112/lancet-commission-calls-new-category-profound-autism 25:30 My Question is- I want to start my child on the Vitamin b12 shots but the PCP is refusing to give me a prescription. According to her he is not deficient on Vitaminb12 and she is not aware f that info. Please what do I need to do or go to be able to get this prescription for my son. I have done a lot of research and I think this will make a major difference in my son's improvement. I need help 27:50 Hi, I would like to know if a child with ASD has meltdowns for long time and he is non verbal, what can be done to calm him down. 39:28 Therapist Choice Award Winners 39:55 Therapist Choice Award Winner - Baby / Toddler: Toy Winkel Rattle & Sensory Teether by Manhattan Toy https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BNCA4K?tag=dotdashvwfm-20&linkCode=ogi&th=1&ascsubtag=4165642%7Cnc9dc92b7a09040d993bae18a9838822300 41:09 Therapist Choice Award Winner - Pre-school: Stacking Peg Board Set by Gleeporte https://www.amazon.com/Stacking-Montessori-Occupational-Learning-Preschooler/dp/B07811WXDH/?tag=mj-algiftoy-20 42:45 Therapist Recommendation Winner - School-aged: Balloon Cars by KiwiCo https://www.kiwico.com/us/store/dp/balloon-car-f1903/3243 43:55 Therapist Recommendation Winner - Tween/Teen: Let's Mingle by Fun Tribe Crew https://www.amazon.com/Conversation-Starters-Dinner-Families-Therapy/dp/B08L759TTH/ref=sr_1_16?dchild=1&keywords=toys+for+bored+teens&qid=1632084381&sr=8-16 44:42 Therapist Recommendation Winner - Adult: Noise Canceling Headphones by Cowin https://www.cowinaudio.com/products/cowin-e7-noise-cancelling-headphone?currency=USD&variant=34994984255653&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=Google%20Shopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4b-k-8KN8wIVGUWGCh0nyQUAEAYYAyABEgLOtfD_BwE 47:13 Therapist Recommendation Winner - Caregiver: Calm Premium Gift Card by Calm https://www.calm.com/gift 49:08 Festival of Toys for Award Winning School-Aged Toys 50:04 Top Toy Award Winner - Ultra Dash by Playmonster® https://www.amazon.com/PlayMonster-7015-Ultra-Dash/dp/B06XX79W45/ref=sxin_13_ac_d_rm?ac_md=3-3-cGxheW1vbnN0ZXIgdWx0cmEgZGFzaA%3D%3D-ac_d_rm_rm_rm&cv_ct_cx=PlayMonster&dchild=1&keywords=PlayMonster&pd_rd_i=B06XX79W45&pd_rd_r=1a15c103-4ea4-442b-a8a4-9919525f416f&pd_rd_w=oFunV&pd_rd_wg=sKB6K&pf_rd_p=c41d1f6c-956c-4fe2-8019-1663b7e1dd23&pf_rd_r=B7J6ED3CAMMETTNCJK68&psc=1&qid=1632079436&sr=1-4-12d4272d-8adb-4121-8624-135149aa9081 50:38 Boredom Buster Award Winner - Craft-tastic® Surprise Balls Kit by Ann Williams https://www.annwilliamsgroup.com/collections/award-winners/products/craft-tastic-surprise-balls 51:05 Best Speech Builder Winner - Gib Gab by Fat Brain Toys® https://www.fatbraintoys.com/toy_companies/fat_brain_toy_co/gibgab.cfm#product-video 52:06 Best Educational Toy Winner - Math Wizards and the Secrets of the Dragons by Osmo https://www.playosmo.com/en/shopping/games/math-wizard-secrets-of-the-dragons/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_NGSxs2L8wIVQGxvBB3ZQAF4EAQYAyABEgIBqPD_BwE 52:51 Best Book Winner - Balloons by By Rainbow Mosho https://www.amazon.com/Rainbow-Mosho/e/B08NXZNPN2?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1631845781&sr=1-1&fbclid=IwAR157vATB4EM-MbPgyMi-dNiZxwwmmgqr0PncUeINC_OxAwnaooGaLBghvE 55:35 Sensitive Santa Information 1:00:45 This week on Autism Live
Reflecting on his childhood, Andrew fondly remembers his father reading poetry aloud to him and his sister as they sailed on their sailboat. This week, Andrew and Julie turn to the topic of poetry and discuss the value in hearing, learning, and reciting it. The duo talk about the appreciation of poetry for its music-like nature and discuss the great joy in sharing poetry with others. REFERENCED MATERIALS: Nurturing Competent Communicators "What to Do with Foxes - A Sonnet" by Andrew Pudewa Favorite Poems Old and New Compiled by Helen Ferris "Eletelephony" by Laura Elizabeth Richards "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll "The Land of Counterpane" by Robert Louis Stevenson "The Children's Hour" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization "O Captain! My Captain!" by Walt Whitman "A Psalm of Life" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Remember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA). If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
TM pod is one year old! This week we celebrate with a very special friend to everyone at the pod (me)... Nicky Thomas! Nicky was drummer extraordinaire behind 80's Dischord / DC legends Fire Party, great Seattle 90's band Mavis Piggott and today she plays with bay area mods Hard Left. As you'll hear there were many bands and collabs before and in-between these notables. Of course with a new covid variant on the way her current band isn't playing much but she tells us she's working on a memoir that she describes as a 'racial reckoning' in part exploring her experience as a black woman in punk rock. We talk a lot about music but we don't only talk music. We hear about her experiences as a world traveller, as a working mother raising a kid in pandemic times. She tells us about her life-long passion for cooking, growing, eating and celebrating food and the places that passion has taken her, like her work with culinary visionary Alice Waters when she was as a teacher at the Edible Classroom in Berkeley. It's a great conversation, I loved catching up with Nicky and I know you'll love catching up with her too! PROFOUND thank you to all TM pod listeners, supporters and guests on this one year anniversary episode. I hope my intro was worth the struggle. THANK YOU! Music: Fire Party 'Make it Quick' Mavis Piggott 'Tense Money' TM pod theme by Jason SUPPORT THE POD: Patreon Venmo : @Jason-Traeger-1 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-traeger/support
“Maybe the Giver of existence is the one who led you to this place. Maybe the dream needed to die because there is a deeper desire in you.” Profound and brave words from the talented Scott Erickson, also known as @scottthepainter. I love this interview because it speaks to something so many of us have felt at some point in our lives: Realizing that the life you have is not the life you imagined for yourself. He shares about the reality of dreams dying in us. And even if it is ultimately for our own good, it's still painful and something worth grieving. He also shares about the problem of seeing Jesus as a product to fix our pain and sadness because when the product doesn't work in the way that we expected, we throw it away. This conversation is raw and real and something that I'm confident you will find encouragement in. Connect with Jamie Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // YouTube GET ALL THE LINKS FROM THE SHOW HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join me in Episode 47 of the Eight Billion Podcast with my special guest and dear friend, Verona Willis Brown. Verona, is an Inspirational speaker, Youth Empowerment leader, published author podcaster, mother but most important a spiritual being with one purpose, to transform one life at time. In one of the most profound interviews I've done, Verona recollects the details of the day she walked out of her home to leave for a doctor's appointment but within minutes of her stepping onto the street, her life would change forever. For the very first time, Verona speaks about her near death experience and how God would reveal to her only 12 years later why she survived the experience. She knows who she is, she knows her purpose and she is on a mission to fulfill it. To learn more about Verona Willis Brown visit: https://www.facebook.com/VeronaWilli/ Purchase Her Book From Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Are-Free-Enough-Verona-Willis-brown/dp/1984575600 To hear more about the Eight Billion Project podcast, please go to https://eightbillionproject.com/. You can also subscribe and listen to Eight Billion Project on YouTube and Apple Podcast.
Brittany Higgin's and Grace Tame's testimony and advocacy rocked the political establishment and became a battle cry for women fed up with workplace harassment and assault earlier this year. In Fran Kelly's final program with RN Breakfast, both women discuss their year and the reforms needed to bring about profound cultural change.
Homily for the 1st Monday in Advent "Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed." The centurion is also a reminder that “man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks in the heart” (1 Samuel 16:7). Jesus is not as impressed with titles, degrees and achievements but instead is pleased by those who believe in Him. His acceptance of us is not based on religion, good character or good works because none of us are worthy. But, it's our faithfulness that is pleasing to Him.
Orisanmi Burton is a social anthropologist, his research examines grassroots resistance and state repression. He is an assistant professor of anthropology at American University. Currently, as he will discuss briefly in the episode, he is working on a book on prisoner organizing in the New York State prison system, and the Attica Rebellion. In this episode we are talking about Burton's recent essay, “Captivity, Kinship & Black Masculine Care Work Under Domestic Warfare.” It was published in the scholarly journal American Anthropologist so if listeners are unable to access a copy and would like to get their hands on one feel free to hit us up or reach out to Orisanmi directly. His twitter is @orisanmi. In this discussion we talk about understanding prisons as a zone and technology of domestic warfare, about the Black radicals who have theorized this understanding and their place within current academic thought on the prison system. We also talk a bit about Joy James's concept of the captive maternal, and how letter writing with prisoners has informed Burton's own intellectual work, specifically around the role that care work or socially reproductive labor has among Black incarcerated men as a mode of resistance to the war waged against Black familial, kinship and communal structures. Just a reminder, that if you like what we do, running this podcast is a full-time project for us at this point. Becoming a patron is the way that you can ensure our ability to continue to bring you these conversations every week with these amazing guests. You can do that at patreon.com/millennialsarekillingcapitalism and you can do it for as little as $1 a month, or become an annual patron for less than $11 dollars a year, all of it adds up to make this show possible.
Today's guest, Peter Koshland, PharmD, opened his compounding pharmacy, Koshland Pharm, in 2009 in San Francisco and works with doctors and patients on individualized, integrative therapies that make a difference in the quality of patients' day-to-day lives. Peter has seen the profound impact high-quality compounded medicine can have, so producing the absolute best patient outcomes is what drives his decisions as CEO of Koshland Pharm. When he is not in the pharmacy, Peter spends his time consulting with and educating doctors about the multiple applications of compounded medicine in their respective fields. Interview topics: Compounding for hormone replacement, dermatology, urology, thyroid disorders, and pain management Why big pharma is lobbying against bio-identical HRT How bias against compounding pharmacies could limit the options available to doctors treating patients The economic impact that FDA overreach could have on pharmacists across the country The importance of custom tailoring hormone treatments instead of using a “one size fits all” approach Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It is a big bold claim. In my first sharing of it, my performance part believes we didn't nail it. But I believe we'll have more opportunities to expand and deepen this transmission. If I've gotten this right, what we're up to in this community is so much bigger than I ever even imagined. We are the collective.
What comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving? Family? Food? Friends? In this short Thanksgiving message from inContext, Michael brings a bit of history—recent and ancient—to our observation of this week's holiday. Happy Thanksgiving from the inContext team! All orders from the inContext shop will ship free in November when you use the code "GRATEFUL4U" at checkout. Partner with us Michael Easley inContext is fully funded by our listeners. If you're encouraged by our ministry, please support us by: Sharing the show with others Making a one-time or ongoing donation to inContext. Learn more HERE.
"As therapists and guides, we're holding that space for the location of healing to be intrinsic to that person." In this episode of the Mindspace podcast, Dr. Joe speaks with Dr. Devon Christie. Dr. Christie is a family physician with a focused practice in Multidisciplinary Pain Management and the Senior Lead of Psychedelic Programs at Numinus. She is also a clinical instructor with the UBC Department of Medicine, Kundalini Yoga instructor, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher, Relational Somatic Therapist and MDMA-assisted and ketamine-assisted psychotherapist. She also has first hand experience recovering from chronic pain, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, bulimia, anorexia, and depression. These experiences have served as the foundation for her work. Dr. Christie and Dr. Joe spoke about: - How Devon got into psychedelic medicine and why she believes there is so much promise in this field - The psychedelic paradigm shift in medicine - Healing mechanisms in psychedelic therapies - The role of neuroplasticity, mindfulness, the default mode network, and mystical experiences in healing - Why she believes somatic relational therapy is an ideal approach for psychedelics. - Profound insights from her near death experience - Her own healing journey, recovering from chronic pain, traumatic brain injury and PTSD - How psychedelics can change the world and some of the risks along the way
Motherhood-- an incredible burden and a transformative gift. Join me as I talk to Sam Hamrick. She is an incredible human, juggling multiple jobs and endeavors, owns her own business running a mobile coffee shop, teaches the art of canning, and importantly is a mom of 4 kiddos. We talk about the journey of motherhood, and it's ability to, at times, bring you to your knees, but never without immense reward. We discussed postpartum experiences, finding balance (if it exists) in our lives as mothers, self- care, support, love for our children, feminism and how it has altered our idea of our power as women/mothers, and more. Follow her on Instagram @mama_sam_i_am
Another episode of Fifth Dimensional Leadership, and another fabulous guest! Howard Tullman is an incredibly accomplished serial entrepreneur. He is multi-faceted on several levels and has touched many different domains from software to art to gaming to education to business and much more. He is the founding Executive Director of the Kaplan Institute at Illinois Tech and is the current General Managing Partner for the Chicago High Tech Investors, LLC and G2T3V, LLC. He was also the long-time CEO of 1871; the #1 ranked private business incubator in the world that exists to support early-stage, growth-stage, and corporate innovators in building extraordinary businesses. Previously to this, he was the Chairman, President and CEO of Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy which he co-founded in 2007. Altogether, Howard has successfully founded more than a dozen high-tech businesses in his 50-year career and created more than $1 billion in investor value as well as thousands of new jobs. As a futurist, a visionary, and an author of numerous books, Howard not only shares invaluable advice for like-minded entrepreneurs in today's episode, but he also speaks to how he has personally brought many of his visions to reality. He speaks about his key lessons in his career, what mastery means to him, how he discovered his unique skills as a leader, and powerful insights on innovation and creating new jobs within communities. This is a fantastic conversation and I cannot wait for you all to tune in! Key Takeaways: [:50] About today's episode with Howard Tullman. [2:32] Welcoming Howard to the podcast! [2:52] How has Howard been able to bring so many visions to life across many different sectors? [5:58] How and where Howard grew up and how that has impacted his life both personally and professionally. [8:17] Howard's insights on mastery and what it means to him. [9:23] The importance of honoring different kinds of employees. [12:58] When Howard considered himself a leader and his advice to up-and-coming leaders. [17:20] How Howard discovered his unique skills through lessons in his career. [21:46] Howard's insights on how we can regenerate communities by creating business opportunities rather than focusing on technology. [24:41] About 1871, Howard's vision for it, the legacy he left behind with it. [29:08] What Howard is proudest of. [31:09] Why education and healthcare are not currently aligned to support the youth of tomorrow and Howard's ideas on what we could do to fix these issues and provide the youth with the important soft skills necessary to thrive in any industry. [33:53] Howard's insights on why we should take a break from focusing on technology and instead focus on content. [40:18] Howard shares his mindset around entrepreneurship. [43:57] The difference between innovation and invention. [44:24] About Howard's family and why he's proud of them. [45:27] Howard shares a lesson on priorities and finding balance in life. [47:12] Thanking Howard for joining the podcast! [47:42] Howard leaves us with some final words of wisdom on the theme of love. [51:58] Thanking Howard once again for joining Fifth Dimensional Leadership and sharing his invaluable insights! Mentioned in this Episode: Howard Tullman's Website Howard Tullman's LinkedIn Howard Tullman's Twitter You Can't Win a Race With Your Mouth: And 299 Other Expert Tips from a Lifelong Entrepreneur, by Howard A. Tullman Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy 1871 About Fifth Dimensional Leadership & Ginny Clarke Fifth-Dimensional Leadership is a podcast about leadership — knowing yourself, speaking your truth, inspiring love, expanding your consciousness and activating your mastery. As an executive recruiter and career expert currently leading executive recruiting at a Fortune 20 tech company, Ginny Clarke is a passionate and authentic thought leader with a unique and deliberate perspective on work and life. She synthesizes aspects of her life as an African-American single mother who has successfully navigated corporate America for over 30 years. She has inspired, uplifted, and changed the lives of thousands and is intentional about bringing conscious awareness to people of all ages and stages. Every other week, a new edition of Fifth-Dimensional Leadership will include fascinating guests, covering a variety of topics: power, personal branding, self-awareness, networking, fear, and career management. Stay Connected! To find more episodes or learn more, visit: GinnyClarke.com Connect with her on social media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Youtube
Continuing off of our conversations about miracles we explore how people dismiss them. We dive into how science views the world and how much is missed by the process science takes. We use multiple examples from testing gravity, to children, to businesses, and many more. The podcast Father and Joe brings us, as individuals, closer to the Holy Spirit and His Church.Seek Peace. Be Open to God and Love. Learn from Your Sufferings. Thank you for listening.FatherAndJoe@gmail.comAlso you can find is on twitter @FatherAndJoeCatholic, Church, God, Help, Life, Jesus, Love, Relationship, Miracle, Lordes, Science,
Have you realized we struggle to be good Neighbors these days! We used to welcome people into our homes with a smile! Now it's a federal offense when we don't text before coming over!What does it look like to be a Neighbor!? Neighbors see the “other” half. – Luke 10:30. The bible says that the bandits left the man “Half dead”. Profound! One of the problems the Priest and Levites had was that they were “Half sighted”! Yah, half sighted! You may have heard of a condition called, far sighted? You see things far away better than close up? Maybe you have heard of a condition called, near sighted? You see things better close up than far away? Both of those are natural conditions. There is a spiritual condition that can affect our sight to .... Called HALF SIGHTED! Half sightedness will cause you to see the half of people that is dead and ignore the half that's not! God is calling us to be a church that looks at people and sees the other half! – NEIGHBORS SEES THE OTHER HALF!
In her new book Read Until You Understand, beloved professor Farah Jasmine Griffin entwines memoir, history, and art in exploring the culture of Black genius and the lessons and legacies of Black lives and literature. In this episode, Professor Griffin joins Jacke for a discussion of her father, the role literature played in her life after her father's untimely death, and the lifetime she's spent traveling through literature in search of a deeper understanding of concepts like mercy, love, justice, rage, beauty, and joy. PLUS Scott Carter, author of the play Discord: the Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy joins Jacke for another look at three famous historical figures who each wrote their own version of the gospels. In this installment, Scott tells Jacke about the approach taken by Victorian supernova Charles Dickens. Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pleas for justice in the book of Psalms—the imprecatory psalms—can make some Christians uncomfortable. They're often passed over in the psalter during worship. How do petitions for justice map onto the mission of Jesus? How are imprecatory prayers compatible with commands to love our neighbors? Though the Psalms contain many cries for vengeance, they also continually call readers back to a standard of holiness. Trevor Laurence discusses imprecatory prayers, the power of words to express profound pain to God, and how we can instinctively discern God and the world as we struggle through life. Show notes: 0:26 How should Christians reconcile imprecatory prayers? 4:00 Logic in the request for vengeance and vindication 6:40 Callback to the covenant justice of God 8:36 Rhetorical violence 9:10 Deadly false accusations and the power of words 12:30 What we're missing in our worship 15:36 Profound pedagogies of prayer 17:11 Imagination and embodied experience 20:35 Ritual epistemology 21:34 If Trevor could design a church service 25:32 Policy and advocacy in the church 28:22 Liturgy: patterns that govern your life Show notes by Dominique LaCroix Credits for the music TBM podcast: hebraicthought.org/credits.
RICH CELENZA talks about how people do may realize the shoes/boots that their wear has such a profound effect on their lifestyle. Not only does it have an effect when it comes to how they look, but also what the shoe/boot is doing their foot and body. People need to pay attention to the quality of the shoe and boot to make sure it is not having a negative effect on different areas of their body besides just their feet. People really need to pay attention to this because if you wear the wrong style (or cheap) shoes/boots you may be setting yourself up for a lot of pain in the future.
Jeffery Olsen is a truly remarkable man with an incredible story of perseverance, inner strength, grief and rebirth. After a horrific automobile accident took the lives of his wife and youngest son, also inflicting multiple life-threatening injuries to him, including the amputation of his left leg, Jeff found the courage to survive over 18 surgeries and eventually heal both physically and emotionally. Professionally Jeff is a gifted Creative Director with many accolades to his credit. He is also a Spiritual Leader, a Mentor, an Author, a Shaman and an International Speaker, whose latest book titled KNOWING: Memoirs of a journey beyond the veil and choosing joy after tragic loss, tells his amazing story that confirms that when we take that last breath, life is not over. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/griefandrebirth/support
Jesus said in reply, “Ten were cleansed, were they not? Where are the other nine? Has none but this foreigner returned to give thanks to God?” Then he said to him, “Stand up and go; your faith has saved you.” Luke 17:17–19This reply from our Lord came in response to the one leper who returned to Jesus to thank Him. Ten lepers had come to Jesus, stood at a distance, cried out, “Jesus, Master! Have pity on us!” And with that, Jesus healed them all. But the heart of this healing is not as much the healing itself as it is the gratitude expressed by only one of the ten.This Gospel relates to us that this one leper did five things to profoundly express his gratitude. He returned, glorified God, did so in a loud voice, fell at the feet of Jesus, and thanked him. What a wonderful witness for us all!By analogy, children often take the loving care of their parents for granted. That's why many good parents regularly remind their children to say “thank you.” In our relationship with God, we can also easily take God's saving actions for granted. We can easily see all the grace we receive as something we deserve rather than as an infinitely merciful gift. When that happens, we become more like the other nine who failed to properly express their gratitude to Jesus.First of all, it must be noted that expressing gratitude to God is not done because God needs these accolades. He does not depend upon our gratitude to affirm His self-worth. This is obvious. God is God, and He does not need our praise in any way. However, giving profound praise and glory to God is essential. It is essential because we need this virtue of gratitude so as to daily be reminded that all we receive from God is an unmerited gift. We cannot earn His love and grace. We do not deserve it. But He chooses to bestow it anyway out of mercy. And the only appropriate response to mercy is gratitude. Profound gratitude.Gratitude is essential because it is the truth. We should always return to our Lord after He has graced us. We should glorify Him with much fervor, crying out to Him with passion. We should, literally and interiorly, fall on our face before Him, at His feet, and thank Him, over and over and over again. Doing so will always help us to remember the truth that everything we have and everything we are is a gift from God. An unmerited and undeserved gift of grace.Reflect, today, upon the depth of gratitude in your own heart. Do you often act more like a spoiled and selfish child, or do you regularly perceive the graciousness of God? If you lack in any way this fullness of gratitude, then ponder this one leper. His gratitude, expressed with the fullness of passion, is the most important part of this story. In the end, he was graced far more than the other nine because his healing produced faith; and it was that faith that saved not only his body but his soul. Seek to save your soul by imitating the faith of this one holy and healed leper.My gracious Lord, You bestow Your mercy upon me in superabundance. Without You, Jesus, I have nothing; but with You, I receive everything. May I always know and understand my need for Your grace. And as I am gifted with it, may I respond with the deepest gratitude, thus, saving my soul through faith. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Dr. Dan Engle graciously shares his spiritual insight and pragmatic perspective of our uncertain times like no other illuminating how to best walk the psychedelic path in service to our brothers and sisters, and collective awakening. We push the edges and unpack the perils and potential of our precarious present times. Dan brings novel ideas and strategies around initiation and integration and a wealth of perspective being a true psychedelic pioneer. Show notes Dr. Dan Engle Repost Podcast #80 We Discuss; -Possible perils confronting human family: We don't know if we are going to make [10:30] -Reclamation of the feminine voice after thousands of year of Patriarchy subjugation [15:30] -FEARVANA: “Suffer Well” Reframing our suffering and using fear to accelerate our growth - Akshay Nanavati [19:15] -Dan's potentially life-saving integration tips and perspective [28:20] -Everybody wakes up in their own way [32:20] -We are not meant to this in full isolation [41:10] -Profound understanding of transformational process[43:10] -Integral Psychology: Grant Cartwright [44:50] -How we treat the Earth is how we treat the feminine. And we are not doing a very good job[52:30] -Our collective soul-sickness [53:00] -Screen time biggest addiction for the coming generation [56:55] **Disclaimer**This program is for general informational purposes only, so you can understand more about the brain and body and how they heal, it does not constitute the practice of medicine or other professional healthcare services, including the giving of medical advice. No doctor/patient relationship is formed. The information is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. It is not a prescription; you must talk with your own primary doctor for that. There are a variety of factors that contribute to your healing process, your body is complex and your circumstances are unique. For questions or more information about working privately with us contact the Managing Director at info@halotrustorganization. Copyright © HALO Trust Organization. All rights reserved. All information, records, recordings, meetings, conversations are held in and protected by private trust agreement. Connect w/Dr. Dan Engle: IG: @drdanengle https://drdanengle.com The Concussion Repair Manual B.O.L.D.; Freedom From Meds Full Spectrum Medicine Worth The Fight book: Purchase your copy on Amazon, Kindle, or Audible Worth The Fight podcast iTunes easy review link Matt's 1-on-1 Worthy Fight Empowerment Coaching To financially support our NFP Worth The Fight service project with monthly donations on Patreon
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to consistently attract clients that are amazing to be in a creative process with? Clients, who feel values-aligned and are willing to trust the containers you've created together for transformation to occur? Or, perhaps you're someone who is at the very beginning stages of your entrepreneurial journey and you'd like to begin the process of identifying the clients you'd like to work with. In this episode, Michael and Daje identify five strategic components for attracting resonant clients: A Focused Intention The Ability to Share with Conviction A Clear Invitation The Willingness to Test and Experiment Patience + Devotion to the Commitment to find Resonance ABOUT SLOW BRANDING Register Here: https://www.braveschool.co/slow-branding Slow Branding is an invitation to connect with the real-life stories your community of customers are living. Gone are the days where white-walled feeds hold long-term relevance. And though there's nothing wrong with constructing highly aesthetic Instagram feeds and investing in expensive visual identity systems and packaging, if it does not center the relationships that we're developing with the people we're serving, the stories they are living in, or the resources they are looking for, aesthetic marketing is little more than manipulation. Slow Branding is about the willingness to slow down and listen to our audience's real desires and challenges while speaking wildly specific truths to their needs. Despite popular belief, your brand is not your logo. It's not your color palette or photography or the aesthetics in your Instagram feed. Your brand is the story your customers believe about your business. Slow Branding is an invitation to see how the story of your business intersects with the real stories your customers are living. Profound beauty and real solutions can be found in the tensions your customers are experiencing. Your brand is the story that meets them there. In Slow Branding, you'll learn to... - Craft a value proposition that speaks the language of your community's desires and needs. - Conduct human-centered market research that enables your brand to provide relevant solutions to the right people. - Deepen the relationship between your business and your community with intentional culture, iterative design, and somatic wisdom.
There was a moment not too long ago when I was feeling rather emotional and a little lost. I was facing so many challenges in my business. I felt like a failure as a leader and a CEO. I was being so hard on myself. I felt untrustworthy and curious about why God had called me to this work in this field. Me, a college drop out with half an education. Me, a femme. A woman. Skin, black. No support systems outside of my immediate partnership and chose family. I could see myself spiraling into a story of victimhood. My mentor told me to go outside and surrender my body to the earth. They told me, "Go and lay in the dirt. Naked, if you can. Surrender. Let the earth restructure you." And I did that. I woke up the next morning. And it was like my body knew what my soul needed. I walked out into the enclosed backyard and I stripped completely naked. and I lay my body against the cold wet dewy grass. The dirt underneath me felt like a sponge for my body. And I remembered. I remembered that I was apart of everything. I remembered that it wasn't about me. That this was an "us" thing. Me and earth and my guides and the plants I consume and the air I breathe. I remembered that I was apart of a bigger story and I baptized myself in that ocean of belonging. I surrendered my tearful, hiccupy breath to the dirt. I remembered that everything I needed had already been provided. Everything I need to know, the earth held. And it was time to pay attention to her guidance. Her wisdom. Her cycles. It's because everything we need to know in building business is a mirror of how Mama Gaia operates. You have everything you need inside of you. Even when it all feels elusive and unclear. Slow down. Clear the space. Make ritual. And Listen. ABOUT SLOW BRANDING Register Here: https://www.braveschool.co/slow-branding Slow Branding is an invitation to connect with the real-life stories your community of customers are living. Gone are the days where white-walled feeds hold long-term relevance. And though there's nothing wrong with constructing highly aesthetic Instagram feeds and investing in expensive visual identity systems and packaging, if it does not center the relationships that we're developing with the people we're serving, the stories they are living in, or the resources they are looking for, aesthetic marketing is little more than manipulation. Slow Branding is about the willingness to slow down and listen to our audience's real desires and challenges while speaking wildly specific truths to their needs. Despite popular belief, your brand is not your logo. It's not your color palette or photography or the aesthetics in your Instagram feed. Your brand is the story your customers believe about your business. Slow Branding is an invitation to see how the story of your business intersects with the real stories your customers are living. Profound beauty and real solutions can be found in the tensions your customers are experiencing. Your brand is the story that meets them there. In Slow Branding, you'll learn to... - Craft a value proposition that speaks the language of your community's desires and needs. - Conduct human-centered market research that enables your brand to provide relevant solutions to the right people. - Deepen the relationship between your business and your community with intentional culture, iterative design, and somatic wisdom.
Life lessons don't always come from obvious places. In this episode, Darren shares an experience he had in the recent past that gave him a new and profound perspective on his life and the world around him. Get more personal mentoring from Darren each day. Go to DarrenDaily http://darrendaily.com/ to learn more.
I'm so excited today to be chatting with the CEO of a place that is near and dear to my heart, Canyon Ranch. Canyon Ranch is a pioneer in the wellness industry, a place where you can get away from the stress of everyday life and focus on what is most important. That focus is different for everyone who visits the ranch - whether you need a mental break from work, you're focused on improving your health, or you're interested in finding spirituality - Canyon Ranch will mold itself around you and help you find the way. It doesn't hurt that their locations are set in the gorgeous desert of Tucson, amidst the Redwood trees of Woodside, and the iconic foliage of the Berkshires. Joining me today is Jeff Kuster, who came to lead the Canyon Ranch brand in a roundabout way. He was actually a guest in Tucson, there focused on himself and what he wanted to do next in his career. And the rest… is history. Jeff and I discuss how small changes can make a huge impact on your life, some of his favorite memories of past guests, and how wellness has evolved over the decades. Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn
How do you distinguish between good people in your life and predatory or bad people? I'm talking about in every area of your life. This week's guest, Chris Hansen, strikes an incredibly emotional chord with me. You may or may not know that right after I got out of college, the first place I worked at was in a group home for abused and neglected boys. The time I spent with those boys had a PROFOUND effect on me, and as a result, I'm FIERCELY PROTECTIVE when it comes to SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN against all kinds of hurtful behaviors they may encounter. Chris is an eight-time EMMY AWARD-WINNING veteran investigative reporter, best known for his Dateline NBC segments, TO CATCH A PREDATOR. He has also hosted several other criminal investigations shows and currently produces a podcast and content on a YouTube channel that draws huge audiences each week. Sexual abuse of minors is particularly evil, and it happens far too often. That's why it's essential to listen to what Chris has to say. In fact, I believe Chris is the single MOST QUALIFIED PERSON there is to speak about dealing with sexual predators and steps you can take to PROTECT yourself and your children from these types of people. In addition to talking about his work on To Catch a Predator, Chris and I spend a lot of time on PRACTICAL AND VALUABLE INFORMATION you need to know about different types of predators. We get into how to spot an online predator, whether you're a parent, a teen, or a young single adult engaging in chat rooms and DATING apps. How about in business? How do you know if someone's got your best interest in mind or if they are setting you up for some predatory behavior to take advantage of you? Chris also goes into detail about what GROOMING is and how widespread it is in the online world. We cover the first steps a predator will take, recognizing this behavior and stopping it before it leads to other dangerous predatory practices. REMEMBER THIS. PREDATORS ALWAYS PURSUE THE MOST VULNERABLE TARGETS. As Chris explains, you must PROTECT your children and others by having AGE-APPROPRIATE DISCUSSIONS, DRAWING BOUNDARIES, and CREATING SAFER MEET-UPS especially when using dating apps. Online grooming extends to financial predators as well. Chris and I have both seen it many times. Stealing and bleeding money from vulnerable people online is a lot more prevalent than you might think, especially for older people. This isn't always an easy subject to talk about, but through his work, Chris Hansen continues to RAISE AWARENESS and keep it in the public's eye. It's IMPORTANT to listen this week and hear what Chris has to say.