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Too Peas In A Podcast
Get pealitical - make your vote for the NDIS count!

Too Peas In A Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 67:26


Kate and Mandy talk to Elly Desmarchelier, proud queer disabled woman, disability rights campaigner and national spokesperson for Every Australian Counts – a grassroots campaign to defend and support the NDIS this coming Australian federal election on May 21. Bear with us international pea friends, but this week it's important that we focus on the reasons why every Australian must defend the NDIS this federal election. Our people are having their funding cut and then finding themselves pitted against NDIA-funded lawyers in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal to fight for the services they need – the ultimate rectum move. Peas, we encourage you to investigate each party's policies to find out for yourself who supports the NDIS, who has a plan and who doesn't, who's speaking up and who's staying silent and make sure you make an informed choice on May 21. Elly recommends three actions you can take this week to help: 1. Melbourne peas, join Elly and Every Australian Counts on May 19 at the Defend Our NDIS Melbourne rally and march. Raise your voices to protect the NDIS and support families fighting the lawyers in the AAT. Find all the details of the march here.2. Use this very handy ‘Email Your Candidates' tool to make email every candidate in your electorate in less than 5mins and make sure they know that defending the NDIS needs to be on the election agenda. 3. Reach out to your friends and family and talk to them about why we need to defend the NDIS this election. Please share this episode of Too Peas In A Podcast widely through your networks to spread the word and make sure no one makes a rectum vote on election day. · Follow and support Every Australian Counts· Listen to their Defend Our NDIS protest bangers on their Spotify playlists· Find out more about Elly over on her website· Book tickets to our forthcoming live shows via our website· Buy our book The Invisible Life Of Us · Listen to our Spotify playlist – Too Peas: Songs Our Guest Peas Love· Melbourne forecast for Monday May 16 – Possible shower, 17 degrees· Join our Facebook Hangout Contact us here:Website: www.toopeasinapodcast.com.auEmail: toopeaspodcast@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church
Raise Them Up - Part Four (NOTE: There's no part three)

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 47:00


Parenting is hard work with no sick days or time off, but it can also grow the most rewarding of relationships-with our families. In this special series of messages, we'll take a look at what God's Word says parenting should look like.

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church
Raise Them Up - Part Two

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 56:00


Parenting is hard work with no sick days or time off, but it can also grow the most rewarding of relationships-with our families. In this special series of messages, we'll take a look at what God's Word says parenting should look like.

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church
Raise Them Up - Part One

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 41:00


Parenting is hard work with no sick days or time off, but it can also grow the most rewarding of relationships-with our families. In this special series of messages, we'll take a look at what God's Word says parenting should look like.

Book Vs Movie Podcast
Raise the Red Lantern (1991) Zhang Yimou, Gong Li, Ma Jingwu, & Su Tong

Book Vs Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 57:04


Book Vs. Movie: Raise the Red LanternSu Tong's 1990 Novel Vs. the 1991 Zhang Yimpou's 1991 FilmThe Margos are celebrating AAPI month with a look at the author Su Tong and his work which has earned him millions of fans all over the world with his writing. His 1990 novel Wives and Concubines won great praise and was adapted into the 1991film Raise the Red Lantern by writer Ni Zhen and directed by Zhang Yimou. The story takes place in China in the 1930s where 19-year-old Lotus needs to become a concubine for a married man (his fourth mistress) when her father loses his fortune and dies by suicide. Old Master Chen Zuoqian is 50 years old and is “afraid of women” which makes babymaking with him a challenge for Lotus. She also has three other wives who hate her to contend with. There is also who 20-something son Feipu who knows how to play the flute. Gradually she loses her mind and we are left wondering if she ever winds up in the “haunted well.” The novella is translated by Michael S. Duke who brings the story to life as we dive right into the story and feel compassion for Lotus while questioning the motive of her Master. The 1991 film was nominated for the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Film and is a visual and musical delight. The setting is placed in the 1920s with the role of the Master set in the margins. We never see him and just hear his voice. The center of this tale is on the women and how they fight for supremacy and agency. It won the Silver Lion Award at the Venice International Film Festival in September 1991. In this ep the Margos discuss:The author's background and the controversy surrounding the sexuality of this novellaThe work of director Zhang YimouThe setting of the story (the 1920s Vs the 1930s)The cast: Gong Li (Songlian,) Ha Saifei (Meishan,) Cao Cuifen (Ahuoyun,) Ma Jingwu (Master Chen,) and Kong Lin (Yan'er).Clips used:Raise the Red Lantern trailerThe Third Mistress, Meishan, sings opera Siskel and Ebert review the film in 1992Gong Li loses her sense of selfMusic by Zhao JipingBook Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at bookversusmoviepodcast@gmail.com Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com brooklynfitchick@gmail.comMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine

Bright Side
Strict Mothers Raise More Successful Daughters

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 11:18


When you're a teen, you roll your eyes and let out a big sigh every time your parents nag you. But studies show you should be thanking them. It turns out your parents' nagging is good for you. Researchers say that girls whose moms were always on to them that are more likely to succeed in life! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bankless
ROLLUP: Crypto Bear Market? UST Luna Collapse. Instagram NFTs. Coinbase Bankruptcy? Bankless Youtube Ban.

Bankless

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 86:15


Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Scientists crack the mystery of how the cuckoo finch gets other birds to raise its brood

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 8:27


Guest: Prof. Claire Spottiswoode is an evolutionary biologist and passionate naturalist with a particular interest in the ecology, evolution and conservation of species interactions. Claire works jointly at the FitzPatrick Institute (as Pola Pasvolsky Chair in Conservation Biology) and at the University of Cambridge in the UK (as Principal Research Associate and Hans Gadow Lecturer). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Canine Condition
46. Let's Raise Our Dog I.Q.

The Canine Condition

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 68:24


Hi! I'm Jacqui Piñol your host and creator of The Canine Condition Podcast. Welcome to Season 2. This is the why, where & how to adopt or help a canine companion. Each episode is a conversation with a trustworthy dog rescue organization or animal welfare advocate (who will leave you inspired and empowered). Our goal is to save homeless dogs and set you up for success with information on how to raise and keep a healthy and well balanced dog. Embark on this journey with me and let's save HUman's best friend together. The Canine Condition. Come. Sit. Stay. My guest on the podcast is Sasha Armstrong founder of Canine state of mind based in Illinois. For the past 15 years, Sasha has been transforming the lives of dogs and their families for the better with an unparalleled approach to modern dog training and boarding. Her approach is rooted in canine psychology and human energetics. The process is guaranteed to produce results as long as the human commits to participating as much as their dog. Sasha also addresses undesirable dog behaviors such as anxiety, stress, excessive barking, reactivity and agitation with a complete nutritional analysis of each and every dog she sees to ensure they receive the healthiest diet to support complete wellness. To connect with: The Canine Condition or Tom Kiesche see the links below: The Canine Condition: www.thecaninecondition.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecaninecondition/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caninestateofmind/ Website: https://www.caninestateofmind.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/csmsasha/ The Canine Condition Podcast: Writer & Host: Jacqueline Piñol Sound Editor & Engineer: Joe Crow - The Audio Pro Producer: Jacqueline Piñol Music: Jonny Blu

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast
Doing Business as a Highly Sensitive Person

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:59


My guest today is William (or Bill) Allen whom I met on the HSP Entrepreneur summit that Rose Cox organized last year. And we are talking about his experience doing business as a highly sensitive person. William is a first-time author with a writer's heart and researcher's mind. After getting a degree in Psychology with an eye on doing psychology research, he recalibrated for a career in Information Technology. He found himself in a thirty-year career as an Information Technology manager at Wells Fargo who enjoyed managing highly intelligent, often difficult staff, many of whom were highly sensitive. He was awarded a prestigious Corporate Management Excellence award for his empathetic management style. In late 2016, he began his blog, The Sensitive Man, about his experiences, as a highly sensitive man. The blog became the genesis of his book, Confessions of a Sensitive Man. He feels that HSP males need to take their keen insights and intuition and make them public. He would like to shed more light on highly sensitive males and the much-needed role they need to take in our society. In this episode, you'll learn about doing business as a highly sensitive person as well as... What does it mean to be Highly Sensitive (HSP)? Can men be sensitive and still be masculine? How can we be more sensitive in business? What's our role to play in business? And much more…   William's Resources   William's Website Connect with William on: Facebook LinkedIn Sarah's Resources Watch this episode on Youtube (FREE) Sarah's One Page Marketing Plan (FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter (FREE) The Humane Business Manifesto (FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course Marketing Like We're Human - Sarah's book The Humane Marketing Circle Authentic & Fair Pricing Mini-Course Podcast Show Notes Email Sarah at sarah@sarahsantacroce.com Thanks for listening!   After you listen, check out Humane Business Manifesto, an invitation to belong to a movement of people who do business the humane and gentle way and disrupt the current marketing paradigm. You can download it for free at this page. There's no opt-in. Just an instant download. Are you enjoying the podcast?  The Humane Marketing show is listener-supported—I'd love for you to become an active supporter of the show and join the Humane Marketing Circle. You will be invited to a private monthly Q&A call with me and fellow Humane Marketers -  a safe zone to hang out with like-minded conscious entrepreneurs and help each other build our business and grow our impact.  — I'd love for you to join us! Learn more at humane.marketing/circle Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Android to get notified for all my future shows and why not sign up for my weekly(ish) "Sarah Suggests Saturdays", a round-up of best practices, tools I use, books I read, podcasts, and other resources. Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Sarah: [00:00:00] Hi bill I'm. So looking forward to our conversation. Thank you so much for being a guest on the humane marketing podcast.  William: Thanks, Sarah. And I am so delighted to be with you and looking forward to it.  Sarah: Yeah. So we're going to go right deep into it as we do as highly sensitive people. And also as introverts, I find that we like to go deep. And so that's really also the topic of our conversation to talk about high sensitivity in business and. And what that means, and, and you identify as a highly sensitive male. So I'm really curious to hear the story about when you found out that you are a highly sensitive person and, and what that meant, like what changed when you found that out and learned more about what this trade is all about? So can you take us there and tell us. [00:01:00]  William: Sure. I, you know, I think my whole life I've known there's something different about me. I grew up in a very traditional part of the United States and we're. Male masculine role models were set in stone, so to speak and you had to follow along. And I found a lot of times it was hard for me to do that, and I knew that was something different about it, but this was way before Dr. Erin had published her book on high sensitivity. And it was probably just kind of in a sort of very formative stages with some of the other research that was going on about high sensitivity and children and so forth. But I had no navigational tools for that. And so I spent most of my life adapting myself to what. Men were expected to be like, and that was kind of going against my authentic self, but nevertheless, pressed on, because that was the pressure that I think a lot of men find [00:02:00] themselves under is trying to project this masculine side that doesn't allow for some of these other things that we term as sensitive. Probably about mid 2005 or 2006, somewhere around there. I found Dr. Aron's book. It was actually, somebody had sent me a newsletter and it was about high sensitivity and they had recommended the book highly. So I picked the book up and I read. And like, I think like most highly sensitive people, I went to the book and said, yep, that's me. That's me. That's me. That's me. That's me. And it, it resonated with me because it was the first time in any one particular place that I had seen. So many of the things, characteristics and traits that I. Enumerated and explained in one place. And so it really did make a lot of sense to me, but there is this problem. I was as a male, I was having a difficult time grasping [00:03:00] endorsing, you know, and believing that I was quote unquote, a sensitive man. And that was kind of the difficult point for me, even though I knew and acknowledged it, all these characteristics did fit me. The term sensitive was just something that kind of was like a roadblock for me mentally. And it honestly took me through about 10 years of mulling this over. Cause because it's kind of very much like a highly sensitive person anyway, is mulling this over and over in my head until probably about 2016. I started writing a blog about it. I think. This would be a good way of me putting my hand around it and doing a little research and understanding. And so I wrote a book, I mean, a blog for a couple of years and I just hit all the topics that I wanted to know about as a highly sensitive man. And by doing that. It was a way of allowing me to embrace and get answers for questions I had. And then eventually as a result of writing the blog, I wrote [00:04:00] my first book confessions of a sensitive man. And that's when I put it all together. And I think at that moment, this was a couple of years ago at that moment that I was doing that, I finally really started to say, you know what, this is who you are. There's nothing to be ashamed of. And this actually is quite a gift. And so that's when I, the sort of the loved ones, I read that my arms around being a sensitive man and saying, this is, this is who I am, and I'm not gonna apologize for it anymore. And that was a kind of a Eureka moment for me. So it was like the initial launch. You know, in the early two thousands, a ten-year period of struggling with it. I think a lot of men do have that problem. And it's, it's funny because it's not necessarily the trade it's the label that we give the trait that a lot of men struggle with and they kind of reject it. Yeah, it's  Sarah: interesting because I feel like, I guess the [00:05:00] experience is in this case, very different between. Men and women because the women, yes, there is some of that as well. Right. The criticism, or you're just so sensitive and, but it's, it's more probably seen as something positive in a woman where you're right. It's more negative in, in a, in a man. I remember reading this line that you said that your father told you, are you a man or are you a mouse? So, so it, it comes with this traditional upbringing and the idea that we think, well, men have to be strong and the opposite of, you know, sensitive. I guess the experience is very different, even though there might be struggle also with being in a female body experiencing being a highly sensitive person, but it's very different. Let let's look at, besides the term Sensitive let's look at the trade by itself. Like there's a lot of listeners on [00:06:00] this show that don't know what high sensitive, highly sensitive person what that means. Right. It just, maybe that's just a term that we, we came up with and we think, oh yeah, I'm very sensitive to certain things, but it's actually a, a personality trait. So can you tell us a little bit more about that?  William: Certainly ha highly, since highly sensitive people are high sensitivity is the scientific name for it is called sensory processing sensitivity. And that's a mouthful. Most people are used to the terminology, high sensitive, but sensory processing sensitivity is kind of the theory. And this is the thing that Dr. Aaron has been expounding for the last 30 years, sensory processing sensitivity. Is part of a larger theory called environmental sensitivity theory, and it has many different models underneath it. One of which is sensory processing sensitivity. And what environmental sensitivity [00:07:00] theory is addressing is how does the organism. React to the environment they're red. It's basically an environmental reaction to various environmental stimuli and so forth. Sensory processing, sensitivity individuals fall on a spectrum of sensitivity, right? And you think of a bell curve, right. Something we all remember from. High school math and at the very top end of this bell curve, which is really a curve about how sensitive people are within the environment they're in. Okay. The 20, 25%. And I'm now I'm hearing as high as 30% of human population has this trait of sensory processing sensitivity. Okay. That doesn't mean that the other 80% don't have it. It just means simply that those people at the Hyatt experience, environmental changes more. Pronounced. And so if it's a positive change, they react positive. It gets a negative change. They react [00:08:00] negatively. And the people that follow them, the other 80% react in a much more different way. And they've got to divide into three groups, the ones on the least and are called and they use a flower metaphor, which I think most people could understand. Dandelions are on the low end. They're very Hardy. They can adapt very well, easily and less sensitive to the environment. Tulips are in the mix. They're a little hardier than say the highly sensitive people are, but still nonetheless, they are affected by the environment as well. And then there's the orchids, which is what they call the highly sensitive people. Now with all that said, what I'm trying to say by this is that yes, there are individual characteristics that we acknowledge for highly sensitive people, but it's, it's a much broader thing. You're just overly reactive to things, or you're just too emotionally sensitive or you're too impacted by criticism or you're too frail. It's much more than that. What the outside world sees when they see those things. Is is the [00:09:00] reaction that we're having to environmental changes around us. Okay. And so it could be sensory environmental stuff. It could be emotional stuff, et cetera, et cetera. Now there's four characteristics, right? That we recognize now for highly sensitive people. And it's, you can use the acronym. Does D O E S D stands for depth, the process and highly sensitive people have this capacity. To take data information and process it at a very deep level. That means they connect dots, that push things together. Sometimes it leads to overthinking surely, but for the most part, you wind up with. Creative output if given the time and the space to do this deep processing, that high sensitive people do. That's why so many, highly creative people are highly sensitive because they have this capacity to do this. The O stands for overstimulation, which is something that happens as a result of being, getting too much data and having too much processing you have to do. Yeah. That's something [00:10:00] that a lot of people see and they, the term that comes from. You're too sensitive or you're being sensitive makes you weak, but that's not true. If you were getting the kind of data. That we were, we get typically in the high end of the sensitivity scale, it would be overwhelming for most people to, especially if you're doing all this processing with it as well. So it does get overwhelming at times. So that's a characteristic E stands for emotional reactivity. This is another thing that people tend to associate the highly sensitive people. We feel deeply, very deeply. We feel emotions at a very deep level. And that a lot of times appears to people to be overreacting. But in fact, it's simply just the way we process emotional information. The other part of the E is empathy. We're extremely empathetic people. We care about people. Lot of us are in the helping professions are doing things that help people do. That's where our heart [00:11:00] is. We're very empathetic individuals. And it's not, I don't know the exact physical mechanism that causes. There's a thing we refer to as mirror neurons that we all have, whether you're sensitive or not, that allows you to mirror back to the person you're with. In a, as a communication establishing link, right? So I don't know whether highly sensitive people have more mirror neurons or they have more finely defined in tune, mirror neurons. I don't know, but the fact is it's very important. And part of that empathetic part of us also can make us a little naive sometimes and trusting people. So it, is it be, it could be a two edge sword. The last. Is the sensory part of it. The doctor calls it, sensing the subtle in the environment. I'm not, I'm not sure that our sensory organs are more powerful or whatever, but I do think the filters that pass that information on. Are more open with us. I'd like to think of it like [00:12:00] an aperture and a camera. Ours is a little bit more open or maybe a lot more open depending on who we're comparing ourselves to, but it passes a lot of stuff to us. So the metaphor I always use, the analogy I always use is if you're walking into a party, a highly sensitive person will be that person who notices that the music may be too loud, that there's someone with perfume or cologne. And the other side of the room that it's too powerful. Or it could be something like we sense a vibe in the room because looking at body cues and things like that, we sense those things. We pick out that nuanced information and that makes us kind of valuable when you're talking about. One of the greater purposes for highly sensitive people is to serve as kind of Canary in the coal mine is to serve as a kind of an early warning system. So all four of those characteristics are the ones that are scientifically evidence-based characteristics. Now, a lot of people will talk about other things. Those are the four main ones that I like to kind of [00:13:00] stick with those, because we do know that there's evidence for them,  Sarah: So much in what you just shared. And, and it's kind of, it's funny because my, my brain is almost like overstimulated right now by listening to. These different concepts, but I think what would help also here is to give some specific examples. So I can give one, cause I, I just you know, experienced a four day workshop that I attended after not being anywhere in person, any kind of in-person events. So I, I went to this four day workshop 50 people. And I knew as an HSP, you kind of know already in advance. You're like, oh my God, this is going to be a lot. How am I going to deal with this? I hope I'm not going to get sick because of the overwhelm. So this is a very specific example where. As a highly sensitive [00:14:00] person, you need to kind of know your boundaries. You need to know when you want to be engaged. And when you want to have alone time, because you do need this extra processing time. And, and I admit that. I'm not there yet. Like, I still had very bad nights asleep because it was just so much information. Not just, I'm not just talking about the content, but just even meeting all these new people, my brain needs just do analyze everything. And that's that deep processing that then often, unfortunately, Over, you know, instead of sleeping. And, and so that's a specific example that I can think of right now. What example could you share bill? Well,  William: I think, I think that's a, that's a great example. It could be very easily generalized to just about every highly sensitive person. Although most highly sensitive people are introverts 70% [00:15:00] of. There's still a 30%. There are extroverts that you would think the extroverted high sensitive people would, would thrive in an environment where they're out meeting and greeting people and going like that. But the reality is they still have to have that downtime. So those things that you were talking about, that's always been something that I've had challenges with is getting out there, trying to do something new or try to do something that is. Not familiar for me and having to process all this kind of data, that I'm feedback data that I'm getting about, how I'm doing. A lot of that may be coming from me. It may be coming from people that I'm working with or people that I'm around. But that seems to be one area, especially with highly sensitive people that I think can be generalized to just about everybody in this category is because at some point you're right, you get out there. You're, you're trying something new. And you have to give yourself, allow [00:16:00] yourself the time to do this downtime, this assimilation process of doing things. That's one of the things with highly sensitive people too, that I think is kind of problematic. It's one, there's a lot of people out there who are highly sensitive, who don't know it, or they. I've never heard of highest since I've talked to people all the time and I, as I've talking to them, they go, you know, I think I'm highly sensitive and suddenly you see the light bulb go on. So that's part of the problem is getting people to embrace and understand the. And the other part is once you understand it, now you have an understanding, cause you've got a framework to work with is how do you deal with these times when you are overwhelmed? How do you deal with those times when you're out in the public eye or you're in a social function or whatever, what is it that you need to, how do you do that? You said something really great about boundaries too, because I highly sensitive people combos have this kind of. Loose boundary system that allows too [00:17:00] much in sometimes. And in some times, in some cases allows the wrong people in who can crossover these boundaries that we should be setting up and it causes a an so an emotional effect on us. So part of it is learning to deal with, with the, the characteristics. Cause there are challenges to them. But it's still on whole, is this great and wonderful gift. And that's part of doing that part of assimilating. That is the idea of how do I deal with those moments when I struggle, when I, you know, overstimulated or I I'm feeling too deeply and it's not the appropriate time. How do I regulate myself? So those are kinds of things that I think highly sensitive people need to learn to be able to do, because those kinds of experiences you're talking about. Half an hour all the time, especially to heart sensitive people. Sarah: I feel like the struggles. So the things where we need to learn, how to deal with [00:18:00] having that trait that's kinda what we focus on because we don't really understand how we would be if we didn't have to trade. And we don't know. How much he brings to us. So you mentioned, for example, as a positive, it's connecting the dots or, you know, sensing the room and then making adjustments to me, that is just so natural that I listen and then I go, oh, okay. Here's the answer that. I don't know how it would be if I didn't have the traits. So that doesn't necessarily come out as a positive to me. What I do see though is how society is not meant or, you know, quotation marks for HSPs. And so it always feels like, oh, I need to fight against a system. So it, yeah. Do you recognize yourself in that?  William: Absolutely. And I think part of, part of it again is [00:19:00] this is a. When I visit a lot of social media groups where they're talking about high sensitive topics. Very often, I think what's happening is a lot of people who are new to the trade are coming on line with it. And naturally you want to go someplace where you've got other people like yourself, but the focus tends to be on, I won't say necessarily the negative side, but the, certainly the challenges and the focus seems to go there as opposed to. How do you deal with it? Or how do I, how do I cope with this? And a lot of people do jump in and that is, what's great about the support side of that. But the idea ultimately is to say, okay, this is a, a wonderful gift and like most wonderful gifts. There's a price you have to pay for having it. It's just a kind of a balancing thing with it. And I think As highly sensitive people, we need to learn these little strategies, these tips and things. And none of this is complicated. I mean, it's just not as putting them all [00:20:00] together in the framework of who you are as a highly sensitive person. And when you do that, you start to realize I could do this breathing exercise. It can calm me down, or I definitely need to go. So. For 25, 30 minutes an hour or two hours, and just calm down and relax and process. Once you understand that's part of your normal wiring, that's how your brain works. It's not a, it's not a dysfunction. Then you approach it diff because you see it in a different light. Now, you know, this is how I'm constructed.  Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. So good to kind of stay with the positive side. What, how do you saying, can we be more sensitive in business and what kind of role do we get to play as highly sensitive people in this? I call it the new business paradigm, you know, kind of the post COVID to me, that is the beginning of the new business paradigm. So how [00:21:00] does that look like and what can our role be?  William: I think we have a very significant role to play, not only in business, but in, in all aspects of life, but let's focus on business because frankly, most of us spend most of our life doing some type of business, whether we're running a business, a small business, or we're part of a large corporate environment or large company or whatever. And I think highly sensitive people. Can have positive effects on both environments. It may be a little more difficult. And I keep hearing this over and over again, that for highly sensitive people, very often doing the entrepreneurial thing is, is more conducive to setting the environment that you need to have in order to be happy and thrive. But it does have its own challenges because you're it, you're the boss. You're the one who has to make everything work. And if you've got employees, you've got to make it work for them too. In the corporate environment. It's a little more challenge because it's more [00:22:00] confined. You can only do so many things and so forth, but I think. From a corporate perspective, highly sensitive people can start having an impact on how the environment is constructed because that's so important to us. Right. What kind of a seating situation there is? Is there good lighting is it is, is Is it too hot or too cold in there. And the environment are is there too much noise, too many distractions, et cetera, et cetera. And there's some things probably that we could detect and participate in trying to evolve the environment we're working in and a more empathetic way in looking at how we treat others and within the environment, especially in, within management and within areas that where you're leading people, right. On the entrepreneurial side, I think this is really where we can shine because frankly we can define a business that a is successful. And yet still adheres to, and I love the term you use the humane part of business. This part of [00:23:00] business unfortunately seems to be getting further and further away from us. And I really think what's happening. COVID being the great example is that's opened up. So out of the box here Pandora's box, if you will open up that box and we can look at what we do and how we do things, and that can help HSPs could be instrumental there as well by saying. These kinds of things are more conducive to my better work environment. It probably will be. So for other people as well, not necessarily everybody, but it will, there are certain things, kindness in business, you know, it's not always about competing is sometimes it's about cooperating. So that everyone benefits from something, these are the kind of concepts that are. To highly sensitive people because of our empathetic nature and are wanting to be good stewards, not only of our environment, whether it's work environment, whether it's our life.[00:24:00]  But that's some of the things I think that highly sensitive people can do to affect change and your good ideas and your good thinking and all those things are important, but we tend to be wallflowers when it comes to. Participating in that way, we don't feel like our ideas are good enough. We don't feel like they're going to be accepted. And this is where we need to start recognizing again, our strength and where that is in terms of what we bring to the table. That being able to observe things that other people are missing means that we may have to work a little harder to get the point across, but it doesn't make it less valid because nobody else has seen it. Mm. Sometimes we're the first ones to see it. And I think in, in, in both entrepreneurial world and corporate world, I think those things are valuable characteristics to be able to be a good creative problem solver and be very empathetic and intuitive.  Sarah: Yeah. When, when you said we, [00:25:00] we are sometimes the first ones to see the problem and others don't see it at yet. That definitely resonates with me with, you know, my journey from gentle marketing to humane marketing. And, and only now really people are like, Oh, yeah, that's exactly what we need. We need a humane marketing revolution, but 2, 3, 4 years ago, I started talking about that and nobody, I was like, hello, you know, I'm all by myself here. And, and, and it's yeah, again, I would kind of say, well, it's a gift, but it's kind of a hidden gift because I felt I really felt alone, but I agree with you that. That's, those are the Mavericks that we need to bring the change. Right. Otherwise, nothing changes if nobody sees the new things that need to be brought in. So yeah, sometimes  William: it's, it's not just seeing something new, but it's also [00:26:00] seeing something that's missing, you know, like a puzzle piece that's not there yet. And being able to recognize that that's. You know maybe a standard way of doing things at this point that needs to be because it's missing, right. That's again, that's what I love about this humane marketing and humane sales and things that you have written about is because that's the framework we need to be operating under. And if we're going to really shift the way business looks at things and how business interacts with the insurance. At the fundamental core level, it has to be more human. It has to be about protecting all of us. And I think that it starts with that kind of shall we call it sensitivity to what's going on in the business?  Sarah: Yeah. Now, bill, you kinda know the story that the transformation from gentle, the word gentle that I used before to then [00:27:00] switching to humane and, and I found it interesting, kind of the resistance I got from mainly from the male audience to the word gentle. Everybody else kinda loved the word gentle, but a lot of males. Well either they were not attracted to it at all, or if they were they're like, yeah, you know, it's not a great word. And so the minute I changed it to humane, a lot of more men are now showing up and saying, yeah, that, that is interesting to us. So what do you, what are you thoughts on, on this? How come we can be sensitive? Do you words, just like we said before, you know, highly sensitive people, P men are like, Ooh, I don't know. I don't want to be that. I think it's the same with the word gender.  William: Exactly. I don't know. I'm absolutely positive. It is. Although, you know, it's a lot of it don't have the problem being called a [00:28:00] gentle man when a gentleman, right. They don't have a problem with that, but they do have a problem with, if you were to cut the word in half and say gentle man, they might find that a little different to the tape and assimilate. Yeah. You know, when we talk about things like sensitivity and why it's so hard for, especially for men, but it's hard for a lot of people too, because if you've been labeled your whole life as being too sensitive and that's been considered to be not a good thing, Then the last thing you want to do is be called sensitive because all those memories, all that maybe unconscious material that, that was negative to you has been associated with a, a very neutral word sensitive, right. It really is more sensitive as more about. Sensory than it is about emotional reactivity or anything else. In fact, I was D D I wrote a blog article about sensitivity and what's wrong with the word general. I mean, with what's wrong with the [00:29:00] word sensitive. And I looked it up, you know, I looked up at Webster's type definition for it. Nowhere in there was. Sensory processing sensitivity, you know, it was, it was frail or weak or overly emotional, whatever, those kinds of terms. So that sort of is why so many people struggle with it. Now with men. And I even highly sensitive, man, I've had highly sensitive men telling me, well, if I'm around a bunch of highly sensitive guys, I don't mind using the term, but if I'm in a place where there is a mixed crowd, I just can't see myself using it. And so I think that's why there is a sort of gentle movement. I like that to sort of shift away from sense sensitive is a term that we refer to ourselves as, and moving it towards high sensory intelligence. This is something Dr. Tracy Cooper is working on with a few others, and the idea is to give it a much more positive sort of connotation. Then it's like, we all know. [00:30:00] That there's nothing wrong with the term word sensitive. It's just that if you throw it out in the world, it comes back with mud on it. I don't know why it just does. So as we're getting people to understand about the. And understand that it's a positive and understand that it's not a disorder. It's nothing to be ashamed of. Perhaps if we label it something, put a different candy wrapper on it, it'll be better in the long term, so that people call it at least investigate and learn about it and understand it. And I, I think that's the important thing.  Sarah: Yeah. I agree with you. It's like. Yeah. It's like starting off with the wrong foot already when you were saying, you know, because it would be helpful for us to maybe deal better with boundaries. If we can say we are this and that, you know, we are highly sensitive, but the minute you say highly sensitive people. Oh, okay. [00:31:00] Go deal with it. So having a term that is kind of neutral, I think would be more helpful and it wouldn't take so much courage to actually say it like, you know, introvert it's, it's almost. It had in the beginning, it had a little bit of a bad connotation to it, but now it's more widely accepted. So, so maybe it just highly sensitive, also needs to go through some kind of transformation in order to be more widely accepted and not with so much,  William: it was a speaker. Cause I know this is your area's marketing it's sometimes the terminology makes a difference. Right? It's. You just sometimes have you wind up with a turn, that's just, isn't going to fly it even though, you know, you don't mean one thing or the other with it. It's how is it perceived by the world? If the world says, you know, we're not going to embrace this and you're really, you're fighting a hill battle here. And I think [00:32:00] sometimes just a little pivot and a little shift, which is what I think is happening here. More people open up to it.  Sarah: It's funny that, you know, I went through this with gentle to humane and now we're having to do the same thing with highly sensitive. Yeah. It is. It is really marketing the term. Right. And, and, and I think. It will be only beneficial to all the highly sensitive people to have a term where they don't feel like they have to apologize. It's almost like you have to apologize for being that. Yeah,  William: exactly. Here's the funny thing about it though, is it it's took me 10 years to get to the point where I could accept sensitive and not be ashamed to talk about. When I was writing the book, I had to say something about what are you writing a book about? And then it's like, there's this blank to hit? My face is like, how do I describe this? So I just started. Saying, it's a book about high sensitivity and men [00:33:00] and, and you could see the look on their face. And then I would immediately go in and explain and get a foothold with them before. At some point almost everybody male and female would say, you know what? I know somebody like that, I have a cousin like that, or I have a, a brother like that, or I have a parent like that, or one of my kids. It becomes relatable that. And once you get them past that term. So I'm okay with whatever they, the direction is with, wants to change the name. That's fine. I'm okay. If it steaks sticks around for a number of years, I got used to it. Now I'm  Sarah: afraid we've done the work. Yeah. It's all about, you know, doing the work and accepting it. I think that's, that's why. Yeah. We're, we're having this conversation under the P of personal power because. Once you own it and you do the work, then, then it becomes your power. It becomes your superpower. Like at this [00:34:00] workshop I just went up to the host and I said, I'm not going to be participating in the evening workshops. It's too much for me. And she said, oh, I really applaud you for being brave to show up and say that. And so it, it felt like. Being perceived in a good way. Even though it did take me some courage to go up to her and be the only one who didn't want it, or we've  William: got a great example. That was a great example of. Setting up boundaries and standing up for yourself. That's what I think more highly sensitive people need to be okay with doing that kind of. Yeah. Sarah: And the difficult part, I think is that you need to learn to say no to the things that you want to do. It's easy to say no to the things we don't want to do, but it's harder to say no to the things that you actually would like to do. You know, I, I know I was missing out on some of the events in the evening, [00:35:00] but I need to do prioritize self care before that. So.  William: Absolutely. Yeah. And that is so key. That's so key to be able to do that. Tell  Sarah: us more about your book before we wrap up here.  William: The last, the first book confession of a sensitive man, it came out about a year or two ago was really my experiences of growing up as a highly sensitive man. Some anecdotes from my life and that kind of thing. And it was trying, I was trying to write a relatable book for men to read who could say, look, you know we may not have had exactly same experiences, but I can relate to what, what you went through. The second book, the one that just recently came out is more of a kind of a trail guy is what I like to call it. I use a lot of metaphors for trails and hiking because I like doing it. But it's kind of a trail guide. On being a sensitive man, dealing with some of the things that challenges that we deal with, whether it's workplace or whether it's relationships or whether it's environment having to sort of stand up for yourself, setting those [00:36:00] boundaries and things like that. And so ideas on brain training, how to keep, teach your mind to calm down and things you can do to make your brain more resilient. So it's kind of a tool kit of things that I had discovered throughout the course of my life. The funny thing about my life is that I had been sampled so many different things and I never understood the time why I was doing that. Just all kinds of techniques and books and theories and so forth and so on. And it turns out that it was useful in helping them construct this book. So that's, even though you're doing stuff that you don't really get half the time, sometimes it'll come and play later on in life.  Sarah: Yeah. It's that part? The connecting dots,  William: right? Exactly. That finally the dots make sense, right? Yeah. Yeah, that's true. But anyway, that's kind of what the book is about. And it's also about my hopes of where we go from here. And what's  Sarah: the title of the second one it's  William: called on being a sensitive man. And so it's about, you know, now that [00:37:00] we've established that we're sensitive men, how do we, how do we live with it? How do we deal with it and how do we go forward? We are  Sarah: so good. This has been absolutely fantastic. I could go on and on tell you all about my specific examples, but yeah, we need to wrap up. So I really, really appreciate your time here. I always have one last question and that is what are you grateful for today or this week? William: Well, I, you know what, one of the things, I guess I'm grateful for is all the wonderful people that I've met and on this journey so far, and every week, there's always somebody new that gets sort of added to the list that shared experiences is validating. Especially if you're stepping out on a limb and you're saying, you know, talking about things that are sometimes difficult to deal with. Having a network of great people. That are [00:38:00] somehow connected to you. That's that's, I'm extremely grateful for that.  Sarah: Wonderful. Yeah. Yeah. Me too. Like the podcast for this is one of the best things I've ever done for my business as an introvert and HSP to just, you know, di. Into it and go really deep. And then at night, allow myself to process and really digest information as well. I think as a consequence of, of realizing that deep processing, I, I also just slowed down the podcasting and only release an episode every two weeks. Again, it's about boundaries and really feeling into it. And. You know what it's actually too much for me. Do you kind of just, you know, like a factory split of these podcasts, I need to sit with the humans for a bit and really, yeah. Go  William: deeper. We are, you, you're a real natural, I I've enjoyed this [00:39:00] conversation. I enjoyed speaking with you. So thanks for having me, you know?  Sarah: Yeah. Thank you so much for coming on and we'll speak again. Take care.

Snacks Daily
⚡ “Buzz Lightyear deserves a raise” — Disney's junior varsity. Vitro's lab leather. Airbnb's Emily-In-Paris.

Snacks Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 19:06


Everyone's talking about Disney's Varsity-level blockbusters — But they announced they're working on 500 junior varsity flicks (cue the Buzz Lightyear schmovies). Vitro just raised $46M to grow your leather handbag in a lab. And Airbnb's redesign is the biggest development in travel: Not Emily-In-Paris, Anywhere-But-Paris. $DIS $ABNB Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Dr. Laura Call of the Day
How Do We Raise a Strong Daughter?

Dr. Laura Call of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 11:51


Amy and Jason ask Dr. Laura how best to guide their young daughter away from making some of the mistakes that her female relatives have made. - Dr. Laura: "Teach your daughter acceptable behavior while giving her room to learn on her own."What's the best advice you received growing up? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

What Can You Offer?
Father Time

What Can You Offer?

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 119:36


Our heroes have returned. Alex Royal rises like a Phoenix from the ashes of retirement. Speaking of ashes, Jon's dad is, in fact, ashes. Raise your glass of whiskey, coke, or piss and toast the triumphant return of WCYO!

Raise Your Vibration in 5 Minutes
Visualization: Raise Your Self-Worth & Ability to Receive (17 minutes)

Raise Your Vibration in 5 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 17:29


This powerful visualization will rewire your brain out of self-doubt and into self-value and personal empowerment. Use this visualization anytime you are doubting your worthiness, your ability to receive, or feeling imposter syndrome. It will uplift you and energize you on all levels. To get the course I mentioned, Heal Your Life with Meditation and Visualization, go here: https://www.melissa-field.com/healing-package.html * If you know someone who would enjoy this visualization, please share! And if you'd like to help others find this podcast, please leave a rating. *** To learn more about me and my work, go to https://www.melissa-field.com // Find me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/meditate_with_melissa *** Your support makes a difference and is truly appreciated! You can make a donation here: https://bit.ly/meditation-donation. Thank you so much! *** His subscribe for more meditations, visualizations, and soulful conversations.

The Inner Child Podcast
Episode 52: How To Raise Thriving Kids While Healing Your Own Trauma with Makenzie

The Inner Child Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:50


Are you a parent who is raising kiddos while healing your mental health at the same time? In today's episode, we chat with TikTok Momma sensation Makenzie at Home, to have a raw and vulnerable conversation about the real and imperfect challenges of being a single parent, breaking generational patterns, and kicking butt at being a human!**Wanna learn the #1 that High-Achievers can attract more commitment & deep connections in relationships? Get instant access to Gloria's brand new, FREE Masterclass, Chosen**: bygloriazhang.com/chosen Episode Highlights:Makenzie's Tiktok journey and how she became a mental health advocate for parentsThe shaming, perfectionism, and judgement that parents face in raising their kids How The Inner Child Podcast has helped Makenzie in her inner child healingMakenzie's advice on how to raise your kids while taking care of your own mental healthHer favorite Disney movie, how it relates to her life and more!Want even More?Apply to join my Soulmate program for High-Achievers: bygloriazhang.com/soulmate.Get Access to Gloria's brand new, FREE Masterclass, Chosen: bygloriazhang.com/chosenFollow Gloria on Instagram for helpful tips: @bygloriazhangFollow Makenzie on Tiktok: @mackenzie_athomeFollow Makenzie on Instagram: @mackenzie_athome

Crowdfunding: Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Ecommerce with CrowdCrux | Crowdfunding Demystified
EP #392 The Framework For A $1.3 Million Reg CF Raise On Wefunder | GroGuru

Crowdfunding: Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Ecommerce with CrowdCrux | Crowdfunding Demystified

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:12


Have you ever watched a crowdfunding campaign raise millions of dollars and wondered, “how the heck do I do that?” Does the magic of getting startup funding seem like an elusive fairytale? Today's guest's crowdfunding experience might just help turn your dreams into actuality! They're here to reveal exactly how they were able to raise an astonishing $1.3 million for their startup on WeFunder. In this episode of Crowdfunding Demystified, you'll hear Salvador Briggman talk to Patrick, President and CEO of GroGuru. GroGuru provides a software solution that links with a wireless underground system (WUGS) to provide farmers with a technology to make money while conserving water and increasing crop yield. Patrick has had extensive experience in the industry of raising capital. He has raised billions of dollars for startups in the past! In today's episode, Patrick reveals:  What inspired him to go from angel investor to taking the reins of this particular campaign The ups and downs of raising capital for startups Advice from someone who has been through many crowdfunding campaigns With his wealth of knowledge and experience in crowdfunding, this is an episode you'll definitely need a fresh notepad for! Resources and Tools Mentioned on the Show Crowdfunding Coaching Equity Crowdfunding Explained Free Equity Crowdfunding Course Fulfillrite: Kickstarter and crowdfunding reward fulfillment services. They come highly recommended! Download their free shipping and fulfillment checklist. GroGuru

Missing Witches
WF Ana Tajder: Mother Wisdom and Mother Wounds

Missing Witches

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 47:09


https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thank-you-mama/id1502312840 Full Transcript: Risa: [00:00:00] Welcome. Welcome friends. Welcome. Children, mums, parents, magical beings... welcome a wall of fog and returning birds. You'll hear the honk soaring overhead, and the stomps of the three-year old upstairs as we begin to sort of circle in, call in our feelings for a missing Witches first let's talk about mothers. We'll say from the beginning, what a complicated question. And we have the right person to open this up with us. For so many of us, this idea of just purely celebrating mama culture is really hard. There's so much mother trauma in so many of our communities [00:01:00] and so many families where that idea needs to be queered and needs to be multipled. And today I am carrying the heavy weight on my chest of having read the leaked opinion from the United States Supreme court that will force motherhood, forced pregnancy on women's bodies that will remove the protection of Roe vs. Wade. And I'm just really, reeling with the sorrow of what that will mean today. And it all just feels complicated and connected, by the time this episode comes out, we'll know more, but that's where my feeling is. And I have to be honest about it. Thanks for being here, thanks to the coven for being here and for all of you portalling in and out and being in this circle wherever you are in time, by the time the sound hits you. We'll just hold this sorrow together and also this light. [00:02:00] And we'll turn to the complicated question of things we can learn from our mothers, whether they mean to teach it to us or not. You can hear the sweet laugh of Ana she's the award-winning journalist, who is the host of the Thank You Mama podcast. She has interviewed so many people from all over the world about what their mothers taught them. And really you dig into both sides of this question. What did they mean to teach you? What do you wish they could have taught you? What were the tacit lessons? What is this knowledge that's sort of on the edges of all this rationalized knowledge. What are moms passing down hand by hand? You you've gotten so many windows into that. So thank you so much for being here with us today. Ana: Thank you for having me. I'm so excited [00:03:00] to be here with. Today and talk about this and share my learnings and insights and thoughts about this. It's a fascinating topic and I've been dealing with it for two years at this stage, and it's just opening more and more angles. You know, the deeper I go into it, the more dimensions of being open to me and I'm, I feel very blessed that it's a beautiful world to discover and a beautiful topic to be dealing with. Risa: Yeah, it is. Do you wanna tell us how you started and then maybe what are some of the dimensions that are opening now that you're surprised about? Ana: It started very organically. It did not start as a podcast. It started a few weeks after I lost my mom and my mom and I were extremely, extremely close. Her parents had died when she was very young. So she basically lonely had me. She turned me. I mean to her family. And [00:04:00] we had a very beautiful relationship. She was by far not a perfect mother. She was a strange mother, but the one I loved so much. She had two parallel careers. She was an award-winning acclaimed and admire movie actress and parallel to that. She finished the academy of arts and was a visual artist equally, a claimed and awarded. And. What's amazing about my mom being my mom is that she, in a way she's an idol to me, but I meet more and more young women in creation nowadays. So tell me she was there. She is there idle as well. So it's, it's a very. Beautiful situation of having a mom. Who's your idol, both career wise and, you know, towards the outside, towards what she represented in the society, as well [00:05:00] as how she raised me and the relationship she had with me. So when she died of cancer, very surprisingly, oh, it was a big shock for me. And a few weeks afterwards, I had a panic attack. I had this panic fear that I was going to forget everything she told me and that through that I was going to forget everything. She. Who she is that I'm going to lose her if I forget what she told me. So I sat down and started writing down everything I could remember. She told me, and then that turned into everything she taught me and everything she showed me and that turned, started turning into a book about her life, through her lessons. And then the magic started happening in that I was telling my friends what I'm working on. And you could see their reactions, how obvious and deep and important [00:06:00] this topic is to all of us. What have we learned from our mothers, but we never really articulated or put it in a form or give it a deeper thought. And that inspired me to start a podcast. because for me, the important thing was to interview women from all over the world. I really, and this is why a podcast was such a great medium to do this because I can just use Skype and interview women. I had women from 50 different countries. I had women from Nepal and Tanzania and Kenya and Trinidad and Iran, and you know, all over the world. And it was important to me to not only go geographically globally, but also to interview women from very different backgrounds and different religions and different socio economic status and not only successful professionally [00:07:00] successful women, but stay at home moms, women who are farmers to really get a feeling for what is it that our mothers around the world teach us. And then little by little, and this is one of the dimensions that opened up. A question popped up to me. I still quite early on in my interviews was what, what was something important that your mom did not teach you? What, what did you miss in, in what she showed you taught to you? And this turned out to be one of the equally important question as what your mom taught you. But then another dimension that was really important to me because I had such a close relationship to my mom and I grew up in this beautiful mother-daughter bubble. Was that. Not all women have relationships like that. They're mothers. And somehow the universe shoved my head into a [00:08:00] series of interviews just recently with women who had very let's call them complex relationships with their mothers. And I started reading literature on mothers who don't love, or, you know, complicated mother daughter relationships to prepare myself for these interviews because it was a completely foreign world to me. And I've learned that this is just as important as those women who come on my show, who just, you know, bursts with love with their mothers is women who had very tough relationship and still have lessons to share that they learn from, from that, that, that that's beautiful. Risa: It gives me a sense of ease in a way around the subject to know that those stories are included to, you know, those stories are, as you say, they're, they're pushing their way in the universe is pushing their way into you [00:09:00] being. Like, this is complicated shit, you know? Ana: Well, I started reading the books about mother wounds and, you know, the, the inherited trauma and they just opened, it opened again, it opened the whole world to me, a new world that I didn't know, but also it opened my eyes towards some of the trauma that goes around in my family that we never dealt with it actually, or, you know, it gets mentioned, but never really dealt with. Risa: Can you tell us more about this childhood on an island in Croatia, you told me that children told you you were a witch when you were growing up and your mother sounds like she had. A real magic, like a real, she made a magic bubble for you and it wasn't always perfect, but.. Ana: So I, I did not grow up on the island. I grew up basically in [00:10:00] Zagreb in the capital of Croatia, but my mom's family comes from a very tiny island. South of Croatia. It's so tiny there during the winter, there are 120 people living in it. It doesn't have any hotels. It doesn't have any cars. So it's really, when you watch a Disney movie, Luca, I think was the last Disney movie with this beautiful Mediterranean island. That's our island. You know where everybody's family, no cars, no tourists, just this wild. Beautiful. Mediterranean island. And so just as my mother did, I would spend my whole summers there. So come end of school, you know, immediately the next day we went to the, to the island and I would spend two and a half, three months on the island every year. We. All of us in our family feel extremely, extremely, deeply connected to the island. We really feel like it's in our blood, in our veins and the [00:11:00] island. I know I'm boasting and I sound like a person in love, but people who arrive to the island do say that it has very, very deep energies and it's very special. we Have an old house, which my great grandmother bought. And that's another beautiful story about my island. Please tell me to shut up if I'm too long with my story. Oh no, no, no. A theme of our podcast is please expand. So please take us on this journey. So in early. 20th century. So just, I would say just around first world war. The, that was back then, Austro-Hungarian monarchy that the island belong to went through its crisis. As did the whole world. There was no food. There was, there were, there was a depression and the men on the island decided to go and look for [00:12:00] other places to work and go look for money so they can send money back home to the island to support their wives and children. So they left. Once the men left the women decided to dress themselves in black and they took over everything, everything they took over the farming, they went fishing, they raised their children, they took, took over whatever work there was. These women. Dressed in black on this Mediterranean island took over and I have a beautiful postcard, always on my desk of these women. And you can see how burned by the sun and hard work they are. They, they, they look like men actually. This life toughened them up a lot. And it was famous for being this island of these women dressed in black and they would go rowing the boat. They would go fishing. And this picture stays very clearly in my head from hearing about it and seeing [00:13:00] the old photographs of these women in these big black dresses, rowing their boats, you know, and fishing. So it's, it's a very magical, and female, like this place, that's just bursting with this women, females and female energy. Quite recently, I heard stories I read that the inhabitants of the island original inhabitants were considered witches. They were in, I think there were shamans. Uh, they brought the. Whatever religion or shamanism, I think from Bosnia Herzegovina when they came towards the island centuries earlier and they never forgot it. So there are stories of raising dead back to life. Apparently in front of each house door, we have bones of our ancestors buried. I dunno, I haven't yet looked into it. Who is buried and what's buried in front [00:14:00] of our house, but. There are all these stories of this. And there are also stories of people being able to fly on the island. So there is a old fishermen who is now, now, already dead, but he, I think he was also like 1940s, 1950s, where he self taught himself to paint and he started painting all these amazing paintings off the magic on the island. So his paintings are full of this people flying around the island and, doing some strange rituals. And. I didn't know this. When somebody told me once one older gentlemen on the island once looked at me I was saying something and he said, oh, you're a witch just like your great grandmother. And I said, I got a little offended because I thought he meant I was, you know, we in west of this idea [00:15:00] of witches as being old evil women. And I was like, why, why is he telling me that, you know, and only once I heard this background story about what, they meant what he meant you know, I, I realized I received a compliment. Risa: Yes, you did. Ana: So that's the story. That's the story of the island. Risa: That's so powerful. I had to stop to write down. They dressed themselves in black and took over everything. Ana: How amazing is that? So pure and I'm so glad there are photographs of this women, you know, it's not just a legend. It's it's it'sreal. Risa: Yes. And now that you know, it's a compliment, do you feel connected? Do you feel like your, your writing your interviews are sort of drawing, weaving that web of power [00:16:00] between women's knowledge powerful femme knowledge? Ana: I do. And you know, it's interesting that my mom, my mom was a feminist and very outspoken and she was always an activist. She was always fighting for the weaker ones in a society back then in 1970s, way before Hollywood stars, she created a charity organization for hungry children in Africa. And she donated. Well, every award she would win she would donate and collect money and buy food and medication and fly to get over these things to Sudan and to different countries, to make sure that they reach the, the, the ones who need, they reached children and don't end up in the wrong hands. And equally, she was always very loud and raised me to be very aware of this... female energy and how special we are. Dare I say, you know, and how powerful we are. But, [00:17:00] but I'm very embarrassed to say that only through this hundred something interviews I made in last two years, this really entered my body. I don't know how to say it in different way. I really feel with every cell of my body. How. Interconnected we are. And, and what I've learned through these interviews is how there is a common narrative in women's lives, no matter where they are and what, what circumstances they live in and grew up in, you know, a woman who grows up on a farm in Turkey and a woman who grows up in a, Middle-class family in Switzerland there are always these common narratives in women's lives, and that feels extremely connecting. And that made me aware of what a sisterhood we have and how interconnected we are. And it [00:18:00] kind of was beautiful for me to learn through my podcast that I lost my mom, but I gained... billions of mothers around the world. You know, this podcast because it was really such a beautiful gift to me and listening to all this lessons and women's lives and how, how universal the lessons are, what women are teaching their children , really, really, really brought home how, how powerful and how connected we are. And it made me very, very sad that we are not aware of it. You know, even me when my mom who tried to teach me this and show it to me, it took a while for me to learn it. And I wish we, all of us would be more aware of it. Risa: Yeah, it feels pretty intentional sometimes eh? Layers and layers and layers of intention that separated us from each other, separated us from that sense of power. Ana: I just wanted to say that from the sense of power I interviewed a [00:19:00] lady a few weeks ago, who wrote a book called "We are the daughters of the witches you didn't burn" and reading her book was just so eyeopening to me. It really hit me very strongly, how unaware we are, how buried this, this feeling of our power. It was just as you say, systematically, buried through century, not century millennium, you know, and I'm glad that we are slowly waking up to it. It's going to be magical, we'll save the planet. Risa: Oh I love your optimism Ana! I need this today. I mean, I feel that in our work too, and it's so powerful to connect with your web and your circle and the sense of mounting knowledge. Cause I do believe this is how we cast a circle of protection for trans women for non-binary people for gender expansive people that it is in [00:20:00] owning our own power our own divinity, our own, power as women, as something deeply connected to the earth and to the reproductive power in the, Earth, fertility, whatever that fertility is for you. Ana: I just wanted to say this female energy that's nurturing How should I say, it's, it's nurturing and cherishing and taking care of things. We've been too long in this male energy of using rational brains and building things and constructing. My mom was always telling Ana don't construct life. It's a very male thing to do. This conscious constructing. And, I really think. We really need more of this intuition and this nurturing, caring energy, which I want to call female, you know, Risa: can you talk about [00:21:00] when the nurturing breaks down in the interviews that you've had, where for whatever reason, a mother wasn't capable of that? Can you talk about what lessons you've been hearing from that side of the experience? Ana: The most important lesson I heard from all of that is that to two things. One is there is a magical moment that happens. My guests tell me when the Mom admits to her daughter that she made mistakes and that she didn't do certain things right. And when she tells her daughter, but this has to be honest, of course, that, you know, I'm, I'm sorry. I'm sorry if I made mistakes, I'm sorry. I did make mistakes. I'm sorry that sometimes I hurt you. I come from this place. I couldn't do better at the moment. You know, just to knowledge I did my best and I'm sorry [00:22:00] that it wasn't enough or it was wrong. I loved you. And did what I could and I heard in a few interviews, how that creates a very magical moment when a door open. A door to forgiveness opens and new energies released in that relationship. And, and you know, some of my interviews were in tears telling me about this, how, how much that matters. The other thing I learned is that it's connected, you know, it's connected, I've learned that we have to look back and see where the person comes from. You know, what her trauma was or why she wasn't able to give the love that we deserve or the support for it. and this is where forgiveness come comes in again. I learned that growth comes from this [00:23:00] forgiveness, that caring I had, you know, I had a few guests who didn't speak to their mothers for decades. One of my guests told me she hugged for mum for the first time in her life when she was 69, but it's never too late. You know this moment of connecting and forgiving at the end. Right. Open open some beautiful energies, no matter what happened. Risa: Yeah. I mean, I will say, I think if you've been, um, you don't have to forgive everybody. Ana: You don't. No, no, no, no, no, you don't need to forgive, but you have to come where I think you have to see where they come from. Risa: Yeah. That can be a great gift yourself. Ana: Yeah, exactly. Because as one of my guests said, being angry is like drinking, poison and waiting for the other person to die. And then in a way, is that, is it because what we [00:24:00] need to do is learn how to. Release what, whatever the negative thing was from our moms, was it their trauma or the way they treated us as you say, it doesn't have to be forgiving, but it has to be recognizing and maybe through seeing where it comes from, just releasing it, you know, I've, I've, it's funny. I went through this with my dad and partially with my mom, but when my mom passed away, my dad, I don't know what happened to him. He suddenly turned in. It felt like he turned into my enemy. He, he just, instead of being there for me, then I was an only child and don't have any other family. And he was the only person that was out there that still, I feel like he should have been supporting me through this. He suddenly turned into this person like a stranger who was against me. And I didn't speak to him for, I mean, after all the courts and [00:25:00] lawyers and most awful experiences, I didn't speak to him for a year. But then, then I decided for myself that. That's not what I want. You know I know what he did to me. I recognize it. It's there. The pain won't disappear. The, the feeling of betrayal won't disappear, but I do not want to be a person who doesn't speak to her father I want my son to have his grandfather and I've learned for myself and I'm very proud for that to compartmentalize, or what is the word in English, you know, to just put this feeling into its own place and say, this is give it a ribbon and say, this is what it is, but I still want to have a father in my life and a grandfather in my son's life. And, and it was a huge learning experience to create boundaries and self-defense and know how close to let certain people to you, you know, [00:26:00] where to just raise the wall and be like, this is how far you are in my life. You're my dad, but this is how far you can come. Risa: Yes. Raise that wall. And you point to such, a poignant and painful thing. And I'm so sorry that happened to you, that those layers of complex trauma around your mother's death that's fucking sucks. Ana: Oh, man. It really, it was, it was it really sucked that, that part, it was hard enough dealing with losing her and losing her so quickly. But then dealing with that, I felt like I really felt like somebody tore the skin of my body and I was lying wounded without skin on the floor. And he came and started punching me with his feet. This is how I felt like I was really like, you're supposed to give me a hand and protect me and not in this worst month. But anyway, Yeah. Risa: And you point to you, point to something [00:27:00] that I think is so core to this is that the, the mother trauma, is twisted and tied up in the father wound too. Right? It's all this shit that patriarchy did to women it did to men too did it to them, to. It's a violence that it took from them too, that it made them. You know, suffer also and put that suffering on their, on their children. Ana: Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Yeah, Risa: yeah. Yeah. I didn't mean to diminish what you said, because I've had very powerful experiences in the same way of like choosing a forgiveness that was for me and wasn't for that. Exactly. Yeah. Um, but I also, yeah, I wanted to say it out loud because I do know there's people in our coven, people who listen to people in the world, close friends of mine for whom the mother trauma you know, it's at the level of abuse. [00:28:00] It's at the level of such pain that it's like Ana: but I think what I'm trying to say, spit that poison out. You might find that poison in your body, in your being and the pain and spit it out in whatever shape or form you find it useful, like you decide or works for you, but maybe more than forgiveness. It's. Spit it out, throw it like, whoa, get rid of it. Yes. Risa: Yes. And like you said, put that, put that wall that maybe it's a container, you know, for me there was some container magic involved or there was, you know, there was some freezer magic involved. There was some burying of things with seeds that, you know, there was also some like drawing out of like, what do I choose to keep from that experience Ana: Burning for me, burning burning helps a lot. Fire helps a lot for that kind of cleansing. Yes. Risa: Yes you are [00:29:00] a Witch. Ana: Discovering little by little day by day. Risa: Yeah. All of us, all of us are discovering. Can you tell us, take us down like memory lane, maybe, uh, take us on a memory journey of some of the moments in your interviews that were the most profound for you. Ana: Well, I already mentioned that lady who just, she said, I couldn't be in the same root word. My mom, since I was born, you know? Wow. There was some bad energy there. They never, they just never got along. And then she told me how. COVID happen. And her mom was in her eighties and she was 69 and suddenly they were kind of in a similar situation of being the high risk group and very [00:30:00] nervous about, you know, what is going to happen if they're going to die from this. And they started zooming everyday. Just to check on each other and see how the other one is doing. And they shared this fear. And little by little day by day, they started talking more and more and they found a way to each other. It was amazing listening to this story. And then when everything was over and they had a group reunion, this is where that hug happened, where for the first time in their lives, they hugged. And listening to that, I, I cried. I also had, just my last interview is a book author who in her twenties remembered that she was sexually abused by her mother's father and her mother would not have any of it. Instead of supporting her her mother got very angry that, [00:31:00] you know, she's doing this to the family and to her father and... this is one of these interviews where I listened to this, both having my mom as my mom and being a mother, just my, my brain, this information can't land anywhere in my brain that a mother wouldn't support her daughter in that. The good thing is Laura started writing about, she went through therapy and started writing about it and wrote a book about it. And this book reached millions. She sold millions of copies and reached millions and millions of women who were in the similar situation and help them, you know, she started doing workshops and obviously she helped other people with same experiences. But her modern, never, no matter what happened from mother, never accepted that this was the truth. And in spite of that, Laura took care of her when she was old and dying and she was there and [00:32:00] they somehow, they somehow found each other, you know, that was deeply touching. And then on the inspiration, very positive side, I, this might be my favorite interview and I keep talking about it all the time. I interviewed a doctor in molecular biology whose mom grew up in Turkey, on a farm in Turkey. And she as a girl was not allowed to go to school or get any kind of education and so she was completely illiterate and she had three daughters, which in Turkey, on a farm is not considered a big achievement, maybe even a burden. This Mom. Somehow managed to gently and lovingly support these three daughters and gently push them. And this is the beautiful thing. Listening to my guest, explain how gentle, these pushes and supports were from this [00:33:00] mom, to the extent where she would ask neighbors to help the girls with a homework, because she wasn't able to, she was illiterate. Two of the girls now have PhDs. One is a lawyer in the UK. My guest, as I mentioned, has a PhD in molecular biology and that was just an amazing story. That was the, the, the beautiful, positive. This is exactly that nurturing, loving, supporting energy that I think the world's needs right now. Risa: Oh! Yes. What a world changing power. Ana: You know, it was so funny when I was, I have a corporate history. I did an MBA and spend many, many, many, too many years in corporate life. I was an international marketing, . Uh, professional. Strategies for different markets. And [00:34:00] anyway, my company invited two Scandinavian futurists is talking about future of business and management. And it was a very big symposium taking place in a, in a beautiful, Theater here in Vienna and this tool dude's dressed in black and shaved heads with their glasses. And they were telling us about the future of business and you know, this whole blah. And then they throw a question in the audience and they said that they asked us, what do we think the managers of the future would be like? And I got up and said, mothers. And I think that was the moment where it was clear to me by the silence from the audience and the dudes on the stage. It was clear to me that I need to resign. This is not a world for me. You know, bed moment was so clear to me that. This is [00:35:00] completely wrong and it needs to change it just as a, as I said, mothers, you know, it was clear to me that. That's what needs to happen. Risa: Yep. And you're, I mean, I think all the research backs you up, right? I was just reading research about, the most effective new hires in police departments the ones that have the best success rate at solving cases at resolving situations without violence. Uh, building community connections. They are mothers. They are women who are later in their career. They have like raised some kids, and now they're doing this out of a commitment to their community. Policing is pretty fucked as an institution, but when, when people are trying to get it right, they are trying to hire, you know, generally like black women, who've already raised kids. And that's the thing that's making the biggest impact in communities. Is it enough to save the institution of policing? I, you know, I don't [00:36:00] know, but I think you're right that we need. Mother energy and intelligence. Ana: Nurturing and nurturing and connecting. Somebody who unifies and connects. Risa: Yeah. I will, um, open it up. If anybody who is here wants to say hi, ask a question, just share a response. It's so nice to have you here in person. So feel free to just go ahead and unmute. Coven 1: Is it okay if I just sort of respond a little bit? Risa: Of course. Coven 1: I'm Zoe and I am a Witch from Western Australia, currently working on a mine site driving dump trucks. I've had to delve deep into a lot of psychological and spiritual healing that went back many generations on both sides of my family. Like Anna [00:37:00] was saying coming to a place of understanding and forgiveness. Is something that's definitely come in time. Like for me you know, I'm 31 and it's been a journey to get to there. I think as witches, we are self appointed to break, those traumatic cycles we are often the black sheep of the family. It's a solitude, lone Wolf kind of practice. And we do a lot of healing for a lot of other people. And that comes from that divine, feminine energy that we're talking about. And it's yeah, just to do with healing, all of the trauma that has come before. All of the other women and the men. And, I think I'm in a good place with my mum now, but we can't live under the same roof. [00:38:00] Risa: Same.. Coven 1: Thanks for letting me chime in. Risa: that's what's special about, being in the coven and, and for us being able to have you here is there's, it's a prism you know, as you say, this practice or this identity can be so solitary. So. It's a relief to get, to hear each other's voices and hear my own thinking drawn out and reflected. And yeah, it's a, it's a support. So thank you for being here. Coven 1: Thank you so much for having me Risa: CAS. How are you doing with all this? There's a lot. There's a lot of stuff in here, especially as a mom. Coven 2: This was such an emotional topic for me. Been sitting here like. Tears in my eyes because, well, first of all, Ana, thank you so much for this conversation I'm a stay at [00:39:00] home mom and I hold a lot of privilege with that under capitalism. I also questioned my worth. However as I'm sitting here and we're talking about what didn't we learn from our mothers and honoring that generational trauma and with everything that's happened this morning, I'm just holding space for the work that I do. For my family, with my own family, I've ended up becoming my mother's mother and my grandmother's mother. And as my husband is learning how to hold emotions. I'm holding space to mother him and I mother, my children. I feel really powerful in my tears right now. Would it be alright if I speak my [00:40:00] great great-grandmother and my grandmother and their names Risa: right now. Yes. Thank you. Coven 2: Elizabeth. Rose.. Linda Tammy. Cassandra.. Risa: I hope in this litany of names, you also hear reflected listener the names of the women, the DNA lines, the deep timelines that connect us to each other, these complicated, painful memories. Especially on today when we're reminded again, of all the people who don't get to make this choice and all the people who've brought us here and made infinite choices along the way, and all the people hoping desperately to get us safely to tomorrow. Ana: thank you to Zoe and thank you to [00:41:00] Cassandra. I am, I am in tears and I'm very deeply touched because they were so touched with our conversation. Um, I have something I would like to share with Cassandra. It just lights went off in my head when I heard her talk, one of the most important things I've learned from this hundred something interviews again from mothers everywhere and every shape and form and every situation and every circumstance. When I ask women, what do you wish your mom had taught you? One of the three things that always comes up is self care. And I know it became more of a very cliche word, but hearing Cassandra mothering, her children and her husband and herself, I just want to throw it out there. Cassandra, please mother yourself as well, [00:42:00] because you, you, you have to, you have to mother yourself so that you can mother all of these other people around you. And I know where you come from. I feel like I have two children, although officially I have only one I'm I'm mothering them both and, and it's beautiful. and awarding, but it can be depleting as well. And yes, healthy boundaries as well. Just be there for yourself as well. Not only for everybody else. Risa: So in that spirit, can I ask you Ana. Would you draw on all of these voices that you've heard and maybe as a, as a closing moment for us here today. Can you speak in a collective mother voice, or maybe it's your own mother voice and offer us listeners a little piece of [00:43:00] motherly wisdom, a little piece of that nurturing that we can carry with us in our hearts this week and this year, and going forward, that's a big question, but I feel like you can do it. you're a witch from an island of women who dressed in black and took care of things, Ana: I can definitely, I can improvise and I want to connect to what I just said to Cassandra, which is. Just love yourself, you know, love yourself and love this life. It's one life that we have and it's short and it's beautiful. And it's so magical. The fact that we. Can be here on this planet and look at this beautiful full blue sky or your beautiful foggy forests and put our feet in the grass and feel the ground and breathing and hear the birds, twitter in our ears. It's magical. And we should just appreciate it. And. Feel how amazing we are. This is, this is I think the most important thing I've learned from the mothers around the world is [00:44:00] how powerful, how unique, how amazing in our uniqueness, how strong we are and how connected we are. And. We should just celebrate it. We should share this love and kindness with everybody around us and stay strong because tough times come and challenges come, but we can do that. We're strong enough and just pass on all this joy and love. And I think that's, that's what I feel I want to share. Risa: Thank you for that. I will replay that when I need to hear it. And thank you for being here. Ana, it's so nice to get, to spend time with you. I love the way you think it was such a pleasure to get to talk to you on your podcasts about Amy's and my moms. And so nice to get a little glimpse of your [00:45:00] magical mom. I feel really lucky to have this conversation with you. So thank you. Ana: Thank you so much for having me and thank you to Zoe and Cassandra for joining us. Risa: Thank you to the coven who's here and the coven we make in the dark between our ears. We love you so much. You know, you have Canadian aunties up here whenever you need us. And I think a Croatian aunty, I'm going to include Ana in this great circle of protection we make for you. If you need to get the fuck out of America or whatever, we love you guys blessed fucking be.

Ben Greenfield Fitness
Boundless Parenting: How To Raise Happy, World-Changing & Impactful Children, With Entrepreneur & Philanthropist Naveen Jain.

Ben Greenfield Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 63:46


BenGreenfieldLife.com/NaveenJain An intensely curious entrepreneur and philanthropist, Naveen Jain focuses on ideas that push humanity forward, and his ideas will be featured in my upcoming book Boundless Parenting, which will showcase Naveen and 30+ additional amazing parents from around the globe who are sharing their deep wisdom and advice so that you can be a better parent and better human. From local boy to lunar visionary, Naveen sees beyond the current business and technological landscape, creating companies that make a true impact. As the founder of Viome, Moon Express, World Innovation Institute, TalentWise, Intelius, and Infospace, Naveen is an intensely curious entrepreneur who is focused on audacious ideas that push humanity forward. He is the author of the award-winning book, Moonshots: Creating a World of Abundance, the creator of Mindvalley, Masterclass programs, and behind XPrize a global future positive movement and on the board of Singularity University. A man who knows no limits and an icon propelled by his imagination, Naveen pushes big dreams into action, spurring massive cultural and technological change. His audacious vision and magnetic personality continually inspire others to follow what feels impossible. Everything Naveen does—whether commercial or philanthropic, aims at improving the lives of as many people as possible. By applying entrepreneurial values to philanthropy, society ought to meet the needs of—and improve the lives of—the greatest number of people. Giving away money is just a temporary fix. Instead, philanthropy should be approached in a strategic and systematic way. That's the only way to make a self-sustaining difference in the world. Naveen's family is an entrepreneurial one focused on positively impacting the world through the Naveen & Anu Jain Family Foundation which aims to: - empowering girls and women - focusing on health and wellness - educating youth - and promoting entrepreneurship. In the past, Naveen has joined me to discuss the many amazing ventures in the health and fitness industry. But today, Naveen and I shift our focus on to his amazing children who are quite impactful themselves, parenting, family and lifestyle related topics we've never discussed before! During our discussion, you'll discover: -About Naveen's children... -Why Naveen brought his children on business trips when they were young... -Integrating real world lessons into a child's education... -Rites of passage and progressing into adulthood... -Reconciling differences of opinion with the other parent... -Naveen's view on spending one on one time with the children... -How Naveen engaged in self-care while raising a family and building several successful businesses... -The importance of waking up with a purpose in your life... -What Naveen would do differently as a parent if he could do it again... -How Naveen would like to be remembered by his children and his wife as a parent... -Naveen's advice for parents... -What parenting message Naveen would put on a billboard... -And much more! Episode sponsors: -Butcher Box -Lucy Nicotine Gum -Essentia Mattresses -Therabody Recovery Boots -Kion Aminos https://bengreenfieldlife.com/naveenjain

Through the Word
Romans 6 Explained | Journey 3 Day 74

Through the Word

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 8:51


Romans 6: Raise the Dead | God loved me while I was a sinner, and that's amazing. But now - how do I stop sinning??Journey 3 | Foundations. Our third journey brings us to back to the foundations of the faith, and delivers some of the greatest stories and characters in the Bible. Genesis recounts the back story for all mankind and begins God's plan for redemption. Daniel presents phenomenal prophecies and the big picture of God's Kingdom, and Romans lays out the heart of the gospel with powerful answers to tough questions. This is Foundations. (84 days)Teacher: Kris LanghamAbout TTW: When the Bible is confusing, Through the Word explains it with clear and concise audio guides for every chapter. The TTW Podcast follows 19 Journeys covering every book and chapter in the Bible. Each journey is an epic adventure through several Bible books, as your favorite pastors explain each chapter with clear explanation and insightful application. Understand the Bible in just ten minutes a day, and join us for all 19 Journeys on the TTW podcast or TTW app!Get the App: https://throughtheword.orgContact: https://throughtheword.org/contactDonate: https://throughtheword.org/givingRomans 6 Themes: Romans 6 Tags: Key Verses: Quotes: Audio & Text © 2011-2021 Through the Word™ Inc. All rights reserved worldwide.Bible Quotes: The Holy Bible New International Version® NIV® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc.® Used by permission of Biblica, Inc.® All rights reserved worldwide.

The Jordan Harbinger Show
666: Deep Dive | How to Ask for a Promotion

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 44:41


Jordan (@JordanHarbinger) and Gabe (@GabeMizrahi) take a deep dive into their tried-and-true approach to asking for a promotion, maximizing your chances of landing it, and building on it to create a thriving career. What We Discuss: The important questions to ask yourself before approaching your boss for a raise or a promotion. What you can start doing to ensure you get a raise or promotion next time around if you can't quite justify one yet. How to build your case for a raise or promotion when you're ready to take one on. The best practices for negotiation when the floor is yours. What to do if you don't get the raise or promotion on the first try. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/666 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Did you miss our deep dive into what you should do if you’re looking for a new job or relationship and you want to know how to get your foot in the door — while avoiding the mistakes that are liable to get that door slammed in your face? Catch up with episode 629: Getting Your Foot in the Door | Deep Dive here! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!

Black Men In White Coats
Dr. Justin Sanders - The Dancing Dentist (Part 1)

Black Men In White Coats

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 23:44


Dr. Sanders does what it takes to put a smile on his patient's face and this often comes through dancing. Born and raised in Indianapolis, he credits his parents and supportive village for his success. Learn how this former class clown and HBCU x2 graduate (Tuskegee University and Howard Dental) has become top Dentist. IMPORTANT LINKS!!!!!! If you're a clinician with a great journey to share, we'd love to have you on the podcast. Email us at Podcast@BlackMenInWhiteCoats.org Stay updated by getting on our mailing list at www.BlackMenInWhiteCoats.org Become a mentor or get a mentor at www.DiverseMedicine.com WE'RE PAYING FOR MCAT EXAMS: https://www.BlackMenInWhiteCoats.org/MCAT CLOTHING AND SWAG https://www.bmwc.store/ Check out Dr. Dale's episode on NBC's The Today Show https://www.today.com/video/black-men-in-white-coats-founder-aims-to-shape-next-generation-of-doctors-62785093586 BOOKS BY DR. DALE: How to Raise a Doctor https://www.amazon.com/How-Raise-Doctor-Wisdom-Parents-ebook/dp/B07F62JMCP A Doctor's Guide to Self-Publishing https://book.authorandexpert.com/ Black Men in White Coats: 100 Rules for Success https://www.amazon.com/Black-Men-White-Coats-Success/dp/1674109253 PreMed Mondays https://www.amazon.com/PreMed-Mondays-Letters-Mentorship-Future/dp/167570077X/ Doc 2 Doc (Heart) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Heart/dp/1693229765 Doc 2 Doc (Lungs) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Lungs/dp/1706830637 Doc 2 Doc (Bones) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Bones/dp/B086B9TT3P Doc 2 Doc (Viruses) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Viruses-ebook/dp/B088BP9S76 Doc 2 Doc (Compilation) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Books-Dale-Okorodudu-ebook/dp/B08XP4L7R3 Theme Song: White Coats by XVI --------------------- RECENT EPISODES The Flyest Doc on the Block - Dr. André Churchwell Wish My Dad Could See Me Now (pt 1 and 2) - Dr. Wayne J. Riley From The Prison Cell to The PhD – Dr. Stanley Andrisse My Brother's Keeper – Student Doctors Kyle & Kendall Lewis Staying Authentic In Medicine – Future Dr. Noah Thomas Why Not Do It All? – Dr. Wendy Goodall McDonald Steppin Out The Mud – Dr. Kristopher Stepps I Was Built For This - Dr. Matthew Igbinigie I received over $200,000 in scholarships - Joel Bervell

Jim and Them
Dave Chappelle Vs. Noname Trapper - #725 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 97:55


Fred Savage: Hot off the presses Fred Savage has been fired from the Wonder Years reboot following multiple misconduct complaints.The Boy Blue: It feels like we are passed the point of rock bottom but we just keep on tumbling, we also look back on the good old days of Krusty haircut and milk challenge.Dave Chappelle: Dave Chappelle is tackled during his comedy set, it's open season on comedians.PAY TAXES!, THAT'S KAFKAESQUE!, FUTURE!, KANYE WEST!, KEEP IT BURNING!, ROAD TO 800!, BARENAKED LADIES!, IT'S BEEN!, CHOMO!, HALF FINISHED IDEA KIND OF ALMOST JIM!, BUSSY!, BALLBAG!, FRED SAVAGE!, CANCELLED!, HARASSMENT!, THE WONDER YEARS!, DON CHEADLE!, BILL MURRAY!, DETAILS!, FIRED!, PRODUCER!, DIRECTOR!, MISCONDUCT!, INVESTIGATED!, ALWAYS SUNNY!, RULES OF ATTRACTION!, CAN FEEL MY DICK!, COLUMBO!, VERBAL OUTBURST!, GRINDER!, EXORCIST!, BROKEN RIB!, STANLY KUBRICK!, ABUSE!, GENIUS!, WHIPLASH!, PERFECTION!, YELLED AT!, DIRECTOR GOOFS!, RUGRATS SEASON!, SETTLEMENT!, FORCE AWAKENS!, JAKE KASDAN!, LAST JEDI!, JARED LETO!, HBO MAX!, TOPANGA!, SHRIMP!, CINNAMON TOAST CRUNCH!, RAT FECES!, GALLERY 1988!, DISAPPEARED!, BOY MEETS WORLD!, WOKE MOB!, THE BOY BLUE!, CIGGS!, COASTING!, JUUL!, VAPE!, RAISE 7 DOLLARS!, DONATIONS!, KRUSTY HAIR!, GOOD OLD DAYS!, PEAK!, MILK CHALLENGE!, THROWING UP!, K2!, SYNTHETIC WEED!, FUCKED UP!, DAVE CHAPPELLE!, TACKLED!, NETFLIX IS A JOKE!, ASPIRING RAPPER!, HOT TRACK!, CHRIS ROCK!, ARM BENT BACK!, BEAT UP!, HOLLYWOOD BOWL!, NONAME TRAPPER!, RAP SONG!, CLICKS!, ATTENTION!, ANYTHING!, CRUISE CONTROL!, HYUNDAI!, DANGEROUS!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Design Lessons with Dr. Michele Schmidt Moore
Project You 7: What to Do When You Feel Like Giving Up

Design Lessons with Dr. Michele Schmidt Moore

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 11:32


Grab Your Free Project You 30 Day Action Planner!How's it going? Share your experience with Project Youhttps://www.speakpipe.com/DesignLessonsPodcastShow notes: https://www.micheleschmidtmoore.com/podcast/47 Hey Designers,You are on the last leg of Project You.Raise your hand if you didn't really do anything for your project this week.Raise your hand if you need a boost to complete this first 30 day roundI've got the solution for you…You started off you project excited to begin.  Perhaps that first day you made your change; you tried out your design and you were exuberant about your results.  Maybe you changed your bedtime routine, or made an exercise plan, or batch planned your lessons.After week one, you had tweaked your design and made it even betterBy week three, you were seeing some consistent results.  You celebrated.Somewhere between week three and week four the momentum has waned.  The exuberance you had in your project in the beginning may be waning.I'm here to tell you that this is normal.  Settle in for a short story and to learn what to do when you feel like giving up.Grab Your Project You 30 Day Action Planner Teach Better Network PodcastSupport the show

Radio - What Happened?
Episode #31: Who Invented radio? If you said Marconi, you might not be right.

Radio - What Happened?

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 25:36


Who invented the radio?  Raise your hand if you said Marconi.  Most people would.  But, you need to hear the story of Nikola Tesla, and his history with both the invention of not onlyradio, but robots, cell phones and the light bulb (that's right, it might not have been Thomas Edison).  It's a fascinating story told by our guest this week:  Richard Munson.

Raise the Line
Digital Health for Ordinary Citizens - Tobias Silberzahn, Leader of McKinsey & Company's Global Health Tech Network

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 23:02


How can digital health benefit an ordinary patient? Today's guest, Tobias Silberzahn, enjoys taking a citizen perspective in his work in digital health—a field that, as he emphasizes, is far from a monolith, comprising over 25 categories from digital therapeutics to patient remote monitoring, to disease management. Tune in to this episode of Raise the Line with host Dr. Rishi Desai to learn how Silberzahn became interested in biochemistry and immunology and landed where he is today. Find out about the biohacking he did to uncover his own micro habits, learn what he's discovered about people's attitudes towards their personal data being used, and hear where he sees Europe and Asia in terms of digital health and well-being. Learn, too, about the phrase “digital health ecosystem” and what that model means for patients. Plus, discover how the city of Amsterdam created a multi-stakeholder alliance to achieve ambitious health and well-being goals, learn about the discussion that is currently being held in Germany about the public electronic patient record, and hear why Silberzahn is excited about digital health's future disease-prediction and interception possibilities.

Women of Impact
The 10 NO B.S. Lessons to Raise Your Confidence to ANOTHER LEVEL! | Lisa Bilyeu

Women of Impact

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 43:53


What up homie! If you're struggling to find purpose and strength to achieve your frikin' dreams, join me and 5 other world-leading experts this Saturday May 14th at RADCON Live to learn how to become Radically Confident in all areas of your life! Registration is free at radconlive.com - see you there!Go to radicalconfidence.com to get your copy of my book Radical Confidence! When you do, you'll be getting a toolkit of 10 No-BS lessons on becoming the hero of your own life - and you'll learn how to set better boundaries, live a life that lights you up, and give you the ability to boldly stare down ANY frikin' thing that gets between you and the things you want from life!Confidence is something too many of us struggle with. Tragically, lack of confidence impacts the quality of life for many of us, and the lack of confidence isn't necessarily a reflection of the things you have and don't have. It's internal, it's personal, and it's self reflective of how you feel about yourself.The great news is that you can give your confidence a major boost. Being confident today is an ongoing process, and Lisa is stepping into her Bad B*itch Boots to get vulnerable and share with you the hard road to Radical Confidence.Admittedly, it's been a heck of a rollercoaster ride. There is pain, tears, many fears, and stages of denial along the way that Lisa not only had to overcome, but that she admits to still working on even still! In this special episode, Lisa is reading passages from her first book, Radical Confidence and giving you the lowdown on how to start taking charge and changing your life today.It's time to stop living in denial about the reality of the life you're living, and it's time to start dealing with the negative thoughts, and Dream Killing mentality that has you living in a mundane existence. Lisa's experiences are not only totally relatable, but they are an inspiration of how you can take small planned incremental steps toward confidence and showing up for yourself today!Lisa's 3 Dream Killers to Look Out For:Dismissing your own HappinessNot defining the Dream or GoalNo Deadline on the DreamLisa's 5 Tips for Negative Thoughts:Observe your thoughtsIdentify the patternsPut your thoughts on trialAllow the negative thoughts to fuel youDeal with your negative thoughtsPractice! Practice! Practice!SHOW NOTES:Part 1 | You Can Change Your Life [0:46]Outside Perspective of Your Reality [7:04]Dream Killers | Lisa's 3 Dream Killers [10:17]Part 2 | You Can Figure Sh*t Out [12:24]Journey to Becoming the Entrepreneur [15:37]4 Tips for Your Negative Thoughts [19:12]Part 3 | You Can Boost Your Confidence [24:27]Lisa's Confidence Boosters [31:30]Vanessa's Event Tips for Confidence [34:37]Boost Your Confidence in Style [41:02]QUOTES:“We don't let our dreams die by chance. They aren't taken away from us. We're not unlucky, it's a choice.” [0:52]“You can be over the top freaking grateful for what you have and you can be madly in love with parts of your life, and be utterly miserable in others.” [1:51]“Sometimes you need a slap in the face for us to actually see the reality. We really cannot see ourselves the way other people see us.” [5:48]“Just like I made small, tiny choices every single day to be stuck, I actually could make small tiny choices in the opposite direction to get myself out.” [10:03]“I started to see that I don't know, was nothing more than an excuse. If I didn't know how to do something, then I had to get radically confident and bloody learn, period.” [12:54]“I had to overcome the obstacles [...] I had to show up every single freaking day and face my inadequacies...” [14:21]“There is no moment where there's no negative voice, there is no moment where you're not going to need courage, but that you can always have radical confidence.” Tom Bilyeu [19:01]“We don't want confidence just for the sake of feeling confident. We want to be confident that we can go out and kick ass…” [24:43]Follow Lisa Bilyeu:Website: https://www.radicalconfidence.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lisabilyeu/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/lisabilyeu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisabilyeu

Urban Village Church
UVC, Sara Miller | “expendable... I thought I was a miracle?” | Water Into Wine - Spoken Word Testimony

Urban Village Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:54


We hope you enjoy guest preachers, like Edgwater member Sara, who've committed to sharing throughout our sermon series ‘Disabled Jesus, Disabled Love.' Disabled leaders, thinkers, and advocates have always been at the heart of Christian communities. In the US, one in four people live with a disability. Yet our faith has a long history of teaching about our bodies & needs in ways that hurt, limit and erase. Join us as we learn from and consider the experiences of disabled leaders in our communities to better understand how we might begin to create access for one another, build community, and live into the belovedness of our bodies . CONTENT WARNING: mature language is used. A script of Sara's testimony is below. . urbanvillagechurch.org . . . Sign up to receive our eNews and stay in the know! (link to sign up is at the bottom of our webpage). Follow us online, get involved, and support our bold, inclusive, and relevant ministries!  . Water into Wine, by Sara Miller It's buried deep in my DNA, so deep no one knows where, Less like sunken treasure and more like the loch ness monster    Every morning I wake to learn I've lost in an altercation with my sheets The pain is excruciating  As my joints slide and creek A body that's held together by dollar store white glue Every thought trudges through jello Only for words to get lost in the fog My heart murmurs a daily marathon Running from a bear that's not there A wave pool in my stomach And a strong aversion to gravity. All that's left is fatigue, a fancy name for the tired that lives in my bones   My body is trying to kill me and keep me alive It's killing me to stay alive  But that's just on the inside Invisible   Hidden behind a river of smiles And an overflowing well of “fine” And a deluge of “normal”   In the waiting room An elderly man looks up at me to say You're too young to be here And all the eyes in the room on me seem to agree I am invisible   More offices, ERs, and lab draws  But doctors don't learn about me in medical school So it must be all in my head  Or this magic catch-all cup they call anxiety Except the real anxiety comes when they don't know how to help And send me away Unseen   You don't *look* disabled I'm going to need proof   So I fill out all the forms And send all the files  To make sure my medical history is listed with the court cases As an easy to access public record  Defending my existence  Drowning consent just to simply show up as me Cue visibility    I'm rolling down the hallway in my wheelchair, all eyes are on me They move out of my way, a parting of the Red Sea Not like I'm a celebrity but as if to flee a plague of disease They stare ready to investigate  What part of me is broken   Sometimes they speak,                    I hate it when they speak   What happened to your legs?  What's wrong with you? You're such an inspiration Here let me “help” you   But then, I stand up, and I've walked on water It's a miracle the self-appointed saviors say   And suddenly, I'm invisible again    Except nothing really changed from that moment to the last Or from this moment to the next When the pandemic hits and they decide that I'm expendable  I thought a minute ago I was a miracle  I guess I'm not the miracle they wanted    People always talk about coming out like its a one-time thing As if it's not a revolving door of ocean waves in a storm Knocking you down again and again and again before you can catch your breath Swallowing gulps of saltwater and everyone's opinions About how I should be both seen and unseen   Some days I want to be invisible No matter how much it might cost Not having to field all the questions Or to stare down the barrel of pity Or answer to the face of confusion   Yet, the trickle of doubt about my own existence  Has become a roaring river of reminders  That my body doesn't belong here   I don't want to be that miracle, attaching God's name  Only when I'm socially acceptable  To imagine my body with inspirational value Only because you can't imagine living in it   But,  I am a miracle    A miracle Of water into wine Gallons of drunken and delicious Fermented, prohibited, liberated Full-bodied, embodied Filled to the brim of vessel of being Obscene oceans coursing through me Where the last shall be first and the first shall be last  Raise a toast   What a miracle my body is For showing up just the way it is What a miracle my body is  To fight through the bullshit and win What a miracle my body is  Without producing something to call worth it   I belong in my body In the moments I love it  And the moments I don't  And in all the moments in between I belong in my body  In the moments it looks the part  And in the moments it says screw the fucking part I belong in my body  In the moments it keeps me alive  And in the moments it tries to kill me I belong in places that I am seen and unseen Because I,  am a miracle

Be Well By Kelly
183. Evidence-Based Tools to Help You Raise Good Humans with Dr. Aliza Pressman #WellnessWednesdays

Be Well By Kelly

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 69:37


Dr. Aliza Pressman is the Co-Founding Director and Director of Clinical Programming for the Mount Sinai Parenting Center, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor for the Department of Pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She's also the host of the Raising Good Humans podcast, where she brings the latest and greatest research on child development directly to parents – without them having to sift through endless journals and parenting books. She's passionate about bringing her expertise to parents and empowering them with the knowledge they need to make the best choices possible for their children. We talk about the pillars every parent should consider when raising their children, and how to combat perfectionism in order to do the best you can. You will learn about... What Dr. Aliza studied and why she started her podcast Pulling together science to make it accessible How coming to terms with how you were raised is important for your child Editing behaviors and setting boundaries for your kid Building independence and resilience in your children Resources: https://draliza.com/ (draliza.com) https://www.instagram.com/raisinggoodhumanspodcast/?hl=en (@raisinggoodhumanspodcast) Listen: https://draliza.com/episodes/ (Raising Good Humans Podcast) Connect with Kelly: https://kellyleveque.com/ (kellyleveque.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bewellbykelly/ (@bewellbykelly) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly/ (www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly) Be Well By Kelly is produced and published by http://crate.media (Crate Media).

The Personal Finance Podcast
How to Get Rich Buying Boring Businesses With Codie Sanchez

The Personal Finance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 32:56


How to Get Rich Buying Boring Businesses With Codie Sanchez  Today we talk to Codie Sanchez about buying boring businesses. Codie owns 26 businesses, is the founder of Contrarian Thinking, and has an incredible newsletter with over 110K Readers. We talk about: Carwashes  Laundromats  Mailbox Money  Vending Machines  How to get financing for deals  How to manage multiple businesses  And so much more! Connect With Codie: www.codiesanchez.com www.contrarianthinking.co Linkedin: @codiesanchez Twitter: @Codie_Sanchez Instagram: @codiesanchez TikTok: @realcodiesanchez Sponsors:  Thank you to Better Help for sponsoring the show! Check them out at betterhelp.com/pfp Thanks to Policygenius For Sponsoring the show! Check them out a Policygenius.com Thanks to Mint Mobile for supporting the show! Cut your phone bill to $15 a month by going to https://mintmobile.com/pfp Thanks to Fundrise for Sponsoring the show! Invest in real estate for as little as $10 by going to fundrise.com/personalfinance Thank you to Hello Fresh for sponsoring the show! Go to Hello Fresh and use code PFP16 for 16 free meals and 3 free gifts.  Thank you to Ourcrowd for sponsoring the show! Check them out at ourcrowd.com/pfp FREE GUIDES: ============== -Check out the free guide on where to put your money in what order!  https://www.mastermoney.co/stairway-to-wealth -Here is the free How to Ask for A Raise ebook! https://www.mastermoney.co/get-a-raise-ebook -Get Access to the 75 Day Challenge: https://www.mastermoney.co/75daychallenge  ============= We have a YOUTUBE channel! Check it out here!  Our Latest Videos:  5 Index Funds to Hold for Life!  What Would Happen If You Maxed Out Your Roth IRA By Age?! (These Results Will Amaze You!) How to Become a Millionaire With a Small Amount of Money (Is it Really This Easy!?) ============ Got questions? Ask me on Instagram Here. @mastermoneyco This is the fastest way to get in touch with me.  =========== Want to Support the Show? Follow on Spotify or Follow and Leave a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts! ============ Episodes Mentioned More Episodes You Will Love:  The Stairway to Wealth 2.0 (The Order You Should Put Your Money in!) How to Track Your Net Worth How to Set Money Goals You Will Actually Achieve How To Prevent Lifestyle Creep (Lifestyle Inflation) 7 Ways to Pay Down Your Student Loans Faster How You Can Have a Free Car for Life (It's True!) Why Your Savings Rate Matters  ============ Check out all the Stuff I Recommend!  USEFUL RESOURCES: Best Place to Open a Roth IRA: https://m1finance.8bxp97.net/5vzD1 My Favorite Free Net Worth and Budget Tool: https://fxo.co/905L Best High Yield Savings Account: https://bit.ly/3HpPjAr  Get a $10 Free Bonus with Acorns: https://bit.ly/3lV0LLE Best Bank and Debit Card for Kids: https://bit.ly/3pJeI09  Get $5 Free Bitcoin at Coinbase: https://bit.ly/3oIQOml Best Credit Building Tool: https://bit.ly/3rmBuwZ  Best Personal Finance Books: https://kit.co/MasterMoney/best-personal-finance-books  ============ DISCLAIMER: I am not a financial adviser. This Podcast is for educational purposes only. Investing of any kind involves risk. While it is possible to minimize risk, your investments are solely your responsibility. It is imperative that you conduct your own research. I am sharing my opinion.  AFFILIATE DISCLOSURE: Some of the links on this channel are affiliate links, meaning, at NO additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase and/or subscribe. However, this does not impact my opinion. ============ Check us out on social fam!  Twitter Dollar After Dollar Instagram www.thepersonalfinancepodcast.com www.dollarafterdollar.com www.mastermoney.co Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rich Zeoli
Government Paying for Internet Will Raise Prices on Everyone

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 40:54


Zeoli Show Hour 3:  In the third hour of the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the Biden administration providing free high-speed internet to low-income families. The problem though is this is likely to cause a student-loan-like reaction from the internet service providers by raising costs on every one that is already paying drastically high prices for the internet.  8:05-Government subsidizing for internet to low-income families  8:16-Louis C.K. slams Democrats for continuing to go after Trump supporters  8:25-NEWS 8:35-Candidate for Senate George Bochetto joined Rich to discuss his campaign and getting a rare FOP lodge 5 union endorsement for his campaign and not being surprised that President Trump endorsed a candidate in Pennsylvania's Senate race.  Photo: Getty Images

Minivan Mamas
Stressed Out

Minivan Mamas

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 69:55


Raise your hand if the month of May stresses you out!? It's the busiest month of the year for moms and we're chatting today all about STRESS. The good, the bad, and the ugly. If you're anything like us you handle stress sometimes in good ways, and sometimes you get IRS - irritable, rage-y, and sassy ;) We've also included a couple of ways we can all handle stress better - so we don't get IRS. Show Sponsors: Comfort Cove - your one stop shop for comfy AND cute! Curated with busy mamas in mind for all seasons of life. Use the code MINIVANMAMAS for 10% off. Follow us on Instagram: @minivanmamas Shop our Merch: minivanmamas.com/shop/

The Prime Pediatric Podcast
168: Raise em' up: Hands up gets you to the promise land in chiropractic!

The Prime Pediatric Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 21:43


It's time to brush up and get to the bottom of where you may be extremely in-efficient in your patient table experience! How can you make the experience for your patient and practice member through your table experience? What are the simple steps you can take to up your patient experience when they in front of you and stay in that moment! We have got you on this one!! Let's go!!

I Have ADHD Podcast
ADHD and Imposter Syndrome

I Have ADHD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 27:06


Raise your hand if imposter syndrome holds you back from living your life to the fullest. I see you! This week's episode is all about what Imposter Syndrome is, why we experience it, and how to manage it. Here's a great article written by Dr. Russell Ramsay on the topic. Visit www.ihaveadhd.com/focused for more resources Hang out with me on Instagram @i.have.adhd.podcast

Surviving Classical Music
Finally, a Raise?!? - with Johanna Bartz

Surviving Classical Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:28


Today Johanna Bartz joins Andrew to speak about the Deutsche Orchestervereinigung's increase in recommended tariffs for freelance musicians; expectations regarding fees when running your own project; waht makes a meaningful project?; somehow the conversation turns to the canadian bassoon scene (uh oh!); filling orchestral positions with native players; and much, much more! Check it out here: https://www.dov.org/faire-honorareOur Website:https://survivingclassicalmusic.comOur Links:https://www.getsl.ink/survivingclassicalmusicMake a One-Time Donation:https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=A9Q8UCN4RHBFQor Andrew BurnIBAN: CH97 0900 0000 2506 2331 4  Support the show

Good Inside with Dr. Becky
Sore Losing and What to Do About It

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 27:03


Raise your hand if you don't like losing. Full transparency: Dr. Becky's hand is up! Guessing yours is, too. It never feels good to lose… at any age, right? Of course, it also doesn't feel good to watch your kid have a meltdown after losing, cheat in a game, or obsess over winning. We want to raise kids who are “good sports,” but most strategies for teaching sportsmanship just turn out to be lectures. Dr. Becky has a totally different approach. In this week's episode, she tells parents that it's totally okay if your kid hates losing or loves winning: The goal isn't to change how they feel about losing or winning, the goal is to help them tolerate discomfort. Her game-changing strategies on sportsmanship will help you activate curiosity, deshame competition, and understand your child in an entirely new way. Remember: Your child is good inside, even when they're having a hard time on the outside. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsors: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"

Get Sh!t Done
#49: How To Raise $19 MILLION, Recruit Amazing Talent & Make it Equitable (Kaitlynn Knopp, Pequity)

Get Sh!t Done

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 62:48


Kaitlynn Knopp is the founder and CEO of Pequity, a company that simplifies the complex and time-consuming process of building a competitive, scalable, and equitable compensation program. Here's what you're going to learn from Kaitlynn: What questions you should be asking yourself when bringing on new hires How you can be shaping equitable compensation early on within your company How to strategize and find recruiting techniques that start-ups and small businesses can be using to be competitive while recruiting top talent How to build a strong cashflow business by and focusing on company's revenue Join the tribe: https://www.shegetsshitdone.com/join

Pacific Beat
Melbourne's LGBTQI Pasifika community raise their voice on new podcast

Pacific Beat

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 5:14


Over 16 episodes the podcast tracks the journey of how COVID-19 has impacted their community over the past two years

Heirloom Radio
Baby Snooks - Fifty Dollar Raise and Quizzing Snooks - April 23rd and 30th 1942 - Comedy Skits

Heirloom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 20:41


Audio intro to the two back-to-back skits gives a brief background on the Baby Snooks program and Fanny Brice who played "Snooks." Hanley Stafford played her father "Daddy" aka Lancelot Higgins. Daddy got a raise of $5 and is going to save up to buy a special fishing rod without his wife knowing about it... and in the second skit, Daddy needs more money so he is entering Snooks in a radio quiz show for kids... hoping she will win some money... but Snooks is making some of her own "deals" with Daddy. This track will be in the "Comedy" playlist on this Podcast.

The WAR RAW Podcast hosted by Wayne Allyn Root
LET THE PARENTS RAISE THEIR KIDS NOT THE WOKE TEACHERS

The WAR RAW Podcast hosted by Wayne Allyn Root

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 34:37


Wayne discusses the current situation in Florida where common sense has prevailed to where parents are actually being empowered to raise their kids and not some whacked out teacher. Wayne discusses this very subject with Mark Mix who is the president of the national right to work committee.

Federal Newscast
House of Representatives set to raise minimum salary for staffers

Federal Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 7:52


In today's Federal Newscast, the House of Representatives is trying to recruit more diverse and high-quality candidates, and get them to stay there.

Rock City Church
Mama Didn't Raise No Fool - How to Be Supernaturally Content

Rock City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 59:19


Chad Fisher, Lead Pastor at Rock City Church, teaches on how to be supernaturally content during the series, Mama Didn't Raise No Fool, on May 8, 2022. // A heart at peace gives life to the body, but envy rots the bones. Proverbs 14:30//Rock City Church has multiple locations throughout Columbus, Ohio. Whether you're spiritually restless, new at discovering who God is or you are a veteran of the faith, you are welcome here! // WEBSITE: https://rockcitychurch.tv FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/rockcitychurch INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/rockcitychurch TWITTER: https://twitter.com/rockcitychurch

The Investor Show
Federal Reserve Raise Interest Rates As Warren Buffet Missed On 2020 With Prince Dykes

The Investor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 33:58


Federal Reserve Raise Interest R