AJ Bouye is a Pro-Bowl NFL Cornerback, he has spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguaurs, Denver Broncos, and Carolina Panthers after spending his first 4 years with Houston Texans where he was signed out of University of Central Florida as an undrafted free agent. On the podcast AJ dives into his mindset that drove him from undrafted free agent to earning a spot in the Pro Bowl in 2017. He talks on how handling mess ups are a marker of the greats in the game and the veterans he has learned from. AJ emphasizes staying close and in touch with your goals on and off the field, he does this in his morning routine The conversation then breaks into what would be his and Brian's advice to high school athletes, their best practices for recovery and performance preparation, the difference between NFL locker room cultures, and the pod finishes with a few stories and what he's learned from his time as part of an incredible cornerback duo Jalen Ramsey. Hope you enjoy!If you vibe with the podcast, please rate and review the boys!AJ BOUYE PODCAST NOTES0:30 Unknowing Mentorship1:30 Reading Books in between meetings2:00 Learning from veterans2:15 Learning outside of football2:50 Balance of life outside of sport3:30 Football is all known5:00 It's okay to not be an athlete, doesn't take away athleticism6:10 Learning to learn again*6:45 Vision, realigning vision, staying in touch with your goals7:15 Maintain structure for success8:20 Purpose9:23 You're not fine, are you the same person better in 5 years?*9:47 Measuring life in capability11:07 Learning from Jonathan Joseph, Kareem Jackson, JJ Watt12:35 Help and support are not yours to keep13:00 Adding value to teammates *13:54 Dealing with set backs, afraid of failure14:14 Appreciative of failure, be comfortable with mess ups15:27 Never going to master the game, forever a student15:45 Failure is part of game, there is no perfect18:15 Best athletes comfortable being uncomfortable18:26 Learning new things, put in the work19:57 Most important thing for high schoolers to improve performance?20:29 Training attention vs distraction Rant24:35 How to teach kids that social media likes hold no value25:50 Meaning, attaching meaning26:54 Don't waste 9-5 of time27:45 Creating and using time to get where you want to be31:14 AJs best recovery tactics31:45 Hydration32:15 Dry needling32:30 Prehab33:10 Steam Room, Exercises33:45 The bests prepare their job34:14 Firing Pattern, firing inside out, feet active35:00 Flying in doctors to invest in your health*35:40 Lebron James spending on his body, reinvest back into your business (your body)36:30 Trying to get your legs back36:40 Chef, importance of nutrition37:05 Hyperbaric Chamber37:15 Sauna, help mitigate heart problems in African American community39:00 Curiosity of High Performance*39:25 Massage before Chiro, order of operations40:27 Difference between culture Jaguars and Texans41:45 More walk thrus, more mental reps42:00 Coaching is a separator42:50 Jalen Ramsey's Process44:25 The separator's between the ears, confidence included44:50 Fury vs Wilder*45:10 Energy Conservation in Pregame routine
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Jim Babjak is the guitarist and founding member of The Smithereens. The band had several modern rock hits including "Blood & Roses" and "A Girl Like You", as well as performing on SNL and with Tom Petty. They have a new album out now called "The Lost Album" that was recorded in 1993 and features all new songs. We discuss the new album, how Madonna almost recorded with the band, Kurt Cobain being a super fan and more! 00:00 - Intro 00:45 - Library & Reading Books 02:38 - The Lost Album 06:11 - Juggling a Day Job 13:35 - Coffee 16:15 - New Single, Songs & Tour 18:45 - Blood & Roses19:49 - Girl Like You & Say Anything 20:45 - Madonna & Guests on Records 21:50 - Kurt Cobain is a Fan 23:30 - Don Dixon the Producer 24:35 - Getting Signed to Capitol 26:56 - Bruce Springsteen 28:18 - Being Recognized & Music 29:45 - Music Business, Money & Touring 32:54 - Fan Mail & Power of Music 33:45 - Monkey Man & Stop Bringing Me Down 35:30 - Betty Babjak Memorial Fund 36:25 - Ordering Physical Copies 37:30 - New Christmas Music 38:15 - Outro Jim Babjak website:https://www.jimbabjak.com/The Smithereens website:https://www.officialsmithereens.com/Betty Babjak Memorial Fund website:https://www.jimbabjak.com/betty-babjak-memorial-fundChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.com/Support the show
Terry and Jeetz talk about the 3 weirdest stories of the day! It's called the 533! Today includes: A Tik Tok cure for chicken pox, Mariah Carey's Grunge Album from '95, and Kanye has sworn off books!
Crunchy learns that he has friends that he can always trust and depend on, knowing they will always stand by his side in any moment of crisis. #heartwarming #loyalty #bff (You know it's genuine when the hashtags come out.) X, Squared - the latest audiobook novel by Daniel's Nemesis, follows nervous young wreck Crunchy as he begins work experience at the mysterious organisation The FIB. Things soon decline into a world inspired by German Expressionism and early 2000s Japanese Horror movies. It's a hoot! (Please forgive the accents!) There are separate episodes where I give analysis and discussion about the chapters. Check out the feed for those catch-up episodes. One has already been released to explain the origins of the novel. YouTube channel with full episodes, just the chapters, and podcast highlights: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz2-GH1Zuc9He6NKtwr1CeQ What are your thoughts on this and previous chapters? Have you spotted something that I have missed? Tell me your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find me on Twitter to know when a new episode is released at @DanielsNemesis, though nothing much happens there. #DanielsNemesis #XBook #Audiobook #Audiobooks #Books #novel #Surreal #Scifi #fiction #Narration #OriginalFiction #ASMR #ASMRFiction #readingbooks #mustread #newbookrelease #audiblebooks #favoritebooks #booklist #audible #audiobookstagram #audiobook #summerreads #augustreads #septemberreads #winterreads
Reading books is a great leisurely activity that's become increasingly hard as the internet broke all of our brains, but this week we're discussing the joy of reading like a couple of four-eyed nerds. In-person and streaming tickets for TCGTE in London Sept. 16 and 17, 2022: tcgte.com/live For weekly episodes of Books: The Podcast and much, much more check out the TCGTE Patreon! Like the show? Rate The Complete Guide to Everything 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts and let us know what topic they should check out next. Follow Tim on Twitter: @yourpaltim and Instagram: @yourpaltim Follow Tom on Twitter: @tomreynolds and Instagram: @tomreynolds Advertise on The Complete Guide to Everything via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Welcome back for Season 7 of Disasters:Deconstructed!!! We are again very excited to spend time with you again - or for the first time - as we explore why disasters really happen. As you may have noticed, we are recording this season as a series of livestreams. You can see the recordings on our Youtube channel. The season is focused on reading books and is being co-curated by Professor Camillo Boano! Camillo Boano is a professor in Urban Design and Critical Theory at The Bartlett Development Planning Unit (DPU) and he's also a professor in Architecture and Urban Design at the Politecnico di Torino, Italy. He is co-director of the UCL Urban Laboratory. Today we chat with Camillo about what it is to be critical and why theory is so important for disaster studies. And BOOKS! Thanks to everyone on Twitter for helping us to choose the following books for this season. Please read along with us!! 1. Malcom Ferdinand (2019) “Decolonial Ecology. Thinking from the Caribbean world” 2. Max Liboiron (2021) “Pollution is colonialism” 3. Paolo Freire (2015) “Pedagogy of Indignation” 4. Silvia Federici (2021) “Patriarchy of the wage” Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @DisastersDecon Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
Stop Consuming and Learning Without the Doing - Minute Mondays EP_70 We often consume content whether on Social Media, YouTube, Podcasts, Reading Books, Conferences and Seminars for the objective of learning. I ask you honestly though, how many times are you consuming as a form of procrastination from taking action on something? We always come up with excuses to prolong something we don't want to do, even if it's good for us. Sometimes we are too shy, too scared or uncomfortable. If all we do is learn and never execute then how can we ever expect to succeed at anything? I implore you to begin taking action on everything you have learned today.
In this episode of the Morning Upgrade podcast I talk with Jeremy Miner about his morning routine, knowing and improving your strengths, the benefits of reading books, and much more. Hey guys! Do you enjoy listening to the Morning Upgrade Podcast? Do you think others would find value in it? If yes, please take 30 seconds and leave my show a review so more people find it. I appreciate you! https://ratethispodcast.com/morningupgrade -Ryan
नमस्ते दोस्तों! The Ranveer Show हिंदी के 102nd Episode में आप सभी का स्वागत है. आज के Podcast में हमारे साथ जुड़ चुके हैं Jaaved Jaaferi जो Indian Actor, Dancer और Comedian है। Takeshi's Castle में इनकी Commentary ने हम में से कई लोगों के Childhood को और भी यादगार कर दिया है। इस Podcast में हम बात करेंगे ढ़ेर सारी बातें Jaaved Jaaferi की Early Life, Career की शुरुआत, Initial Career Phase, Mumbhai, Pogo का Japani Takeshi's Castle, Voice Artist, Age Factor, 50s के बाद की Life और Life After Covid के बारे में। साथ ही साथ हम बात करेंगे Hitler की Story, Humanity, Insaniyat की कमी, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, United States Of America (USA), America Russia Cold War, Poverty, Communication Skills, Reading Books, Saif Ali Khan के बारे में और भी ढ़ेर सारी बातें। मैं आशा करता हूँ कि ये Video आप सभी Viewers को पसंद आएगा। खास तौर पर उन सभी को जिन्हें Jaaved Jaaferi के Life के बारे में जानने में Interest है। Bollywood, Spirituality, Salaam Namaste, Addictions, Hit Songs, Mumbhai जैसी चीज़ों के बारे में हम Discuss करेंगे इस Hindi Podcast में सिर्फ और सिर्फ आपके Favourite BeerBiceps Hindi Channel Ranveer Allahbadia पर।
Follow Enrique: https://www.tiktok.com/@readingwithenrique?lang=enwhat we spoke about: https://hubermanlab.com/*****For further information: www.susannemueller.bizTEDx Talk, May 12, 2022:Running and Life: 5K Formula for your Success | Susanne Mueller Monday: Podcast “Take it from the Ironwoman” more than 300+ episodesWednesday: Facebook live with "From the Lipstick Leadership Living Room” 1 pm ET (this started in March 2020)Friday: weekly blog 600+Instagram: susanne_mueller_nyc / take_it_from_the_ironwomanLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanne-mueller-ma/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHuxdEscM0y0IQIFsRhVqDA Both Take it from the Ironwoman and Lipstick Leadership are also books, order them on Amazon or Apple Books.Book a time with me for your 1:1 coaching session or group session. Now is the time to elevate your profile, if not now, then when?
In this episode, I talk about my personal story with books and how I basically went from a person who hate the idea of holding a book and absorbing random words to someone who is addicted to reading. I'm also gonna share with you some tips and trick that I think are crucial to build the habit of reading but unfortunately few people know them. So yeah, I really hope that you had fun listening to this episode and you've taken some lessons from it and have spent a good time because that's clearly the most important for me. See you in the next episode ! في هذه الحلقة ، أتحدث عن قصتي الشخصية مع الكتب وكيف انتقلت بشكل أساسي من شخص يكره فكرة الاحتفاظ بكتاب واستيعاب الكلمات العشوائية إلى شخص مدمن على القراءة. سأشارككم أيضا بعض النصائح والحيل التي أعتقد أنها حاسمة لبناء عادة القراءة ولكن للأسف قلة من الناس يعرفونها. لذا نعم ، آمل حقا أن تكون قد استمتعت بالاستماع إلى هذه الحلقة وأخذت بعض الدروس منها وقضيت وقتا ممتعا لأن هذا هو الأهم بالنسبة لي. أراكم في الحلقة القادمة! Follow me: My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/younesaithamou Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/younes_aithamou/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@younes_aithamou Twitter: https://twitter.com/younes_aithamou
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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: The Case for Reading Books, published by xander balwit on June 21, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. TL;DR––––N/A I recently engaged in a lively discussion with several high-profile EAs wherein they voiced their indifference, or even distaste, towards reading books. Having assumed that those who prioritize rigorous epistemics would be avid book-readers, this took me by surprise. They argued that unlike a podcast, which one can listen to at double speed while doing other things, reading doesn't optimize for information absorption. While some conceded the value of reading nonfiction or condensed summaries of academic articles, few “wasted” their time on literature. While optimization has its utility, I would echo Owen Cotton-Barratt's claim that there are cases where it misses the mark. When it comes to reading books (or not reading them as the case may be), over-optimization discounts several key human values. Aristotle's Ethics offers us a great starting point to better understand these values. He begins: “Every art and every investigation, and similarly every action and pursuit, is considered to aim at some good. Hence the good has been rightly defined as ‘that at which all things aim.' For our purposes here, arguing for the “good” derived from reading fiction is rather bootless unless one agrees with the premise; humans strive toward the good, and the good is attained through a plurality of pursuits. Aristotle goes on to claim “that the supreme good is obviously something final.Now we call an object pursued for its own sake more final than one pursued because of something else.Well, happiness more than anything else is thought to be just such an end.” I argue that reading books engenders this happiness, propelling us towards a multitude of intrinsic goods. Given this, reading books for the sake of reading books, more than for the sake of acquiring knowledge or synthesizing facts is precisely what must be defended. THE CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL MILIEU My first argument in favor of reading fiction is to better understand its capacity to influence worldviews and shift values. Books such as Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged and Goethe's The Sorrows of Young Werther defined whole movements, inspiring objectivists and romantics to find their exemplars and cultivate their own unique aesthetics. George Orwell's 1984 and Animal Farm mobilized readers against totalitarianism and coined lasting prescient phrases, such as “Big Brother is watching you.” Eliezer Yudkowsky's Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality has attracted numerous people to the EA and the rationality community. Yudkowsky teaches readers how to think more rationally through entertainment and memorable characterization, effects that employ far more emotional power and resonance than reading them in a nonfiction context would. While not every movement looks to the literary canon, there are myriad examples that show how fiction communicates ideas powerfully and persuasively. Reading books allows us to uncover and explore the ideas, assumptions, and hypotheses that inform humanity's past and present and, quite possibly, its future. WORLD BUILDING Another argument in favor of reading fiction would be its world-building. A good novel creates a believable alternate reality. While many people may have heard the adage about how fiction forces readers to suspend their disbelief, I am far more partial to the idea that good fiction generates belief in proportion to its skill at world-building. This may be a trip back in time to a well-documented historical period, a visit to a foreign country or a different city, or a journey to a utopia or imagined future. We inhabit these worlds utterly alongside their residents in a far different way than when we are shooting the shit over the dinner table about what life was like in...
What an episode! We had John Malkovich come on the show this week!Before the interview Blake and Vince talk about books, records, Beavis and Butthead, would Dennis Rodman have been as good a choice to play Wesley Snipes' character in Demolition Man?, and more.If you like the show, or even hate it, please rate and review where you listen to your podcasts.THANKS!Comment, like and subscribe and we'll give you a shoutout on the next podcast!Thanks for watching and be sure to follow us on all social media!New Episode out on Saturdays.Insta: www.instagram.com/pointnemopodcast/Twitter: www.twitter.com/PointNemoShowEmail us questions that we can answer for you on the podcast, or if you have interest in becoming a guest on the show, we can arrange it at location or Skype!GMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgJohn Malkovich played by Kane Black - Follow @kaneblack on INSTA (his website coming soon)
After more than 140 films screened, ten filmmaker podcast interviews, and more than a dozen written essays, The Cinematropolis deadCenter 2022 coverage comes to a close in today's final festival episode of The Cinematic Schematic looking back at the highlights from the festival from the full Cinematropolis team including writers Jo Light, Daniel Bokemper, and Christopher Shultz. Bokemper shares his in-person festival experience before each person from around the virtual table talks about the films they saw and wrote about from deadCenter 2022. We close out by talking about the benefits of the virtual film festival that is available to pass holders through the end of this weekend. For more on everything we covered at this year's festival, take a look at the links below! Thank you for joining us again for this year's deadCenter 2022 festival, and make sure to follow us on our Facebook and Twitter pages to keep up with future thoughtful conversations on films including upcoming podcast reviews for Jurassic World: Dominion and The Black Phone. Podcast Interviews by Caleb Masters Butterfly in the Sky Celebrates the Love of Reading Books with Bradford Thomason & Brett Whitcomb Mama Bears Makes the Case for Empathy Toward LGBTQ […] The post The Cinematropolis deadCenter 2022 Recap appeared first on The Cinematropolis.
‘A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies,' said Jojen. ‘The man who never reads lives only one.' – George RR Martin, A Dance with Dragons (2011) The 2022 deadCenter Film Festival has reached its last day and to complete this year's exciting return to a fully in-person event, the team is closing the festival with a story about the beloved TV program that explored all written stories, The Reading Rainbow, with the documentary Butterfly in the Sky. In this episode of The Cinematic Schematic, host Caleb Masters sits down with the filmmakers behind the film, Bradford Thomason and Brett Whitcomb, to learn about what inspired them to explore the iconic 80s and 90s educational program, the impact it had on a generation of readers, and their experience working with the legendary LeVar Burton. Though deadCenter is winding down, you can still catch this unforgettable documentary celebrating the power of reading and the media in The Reading Rainbow during the festival's closing evening by buying an individual ticket today! For more information on where to catch the film, you can follow Butterfly in the Sky on Instagram. Special Guests Bradford Thomason Co-Director, Writer, and Editor of Butterfly in the Sky […] The post Butterfly in the Sky Celebrates the Love of Reading Books – dCFF22 appeared first on The Cinematropolis.
What's better than reading a good book? Reading a book about books! Or bookstores or publishing or libraries! Back for this very book-ish episode is my friend (and friend of the show) Amy Clark. Amy is a blogger and the founder of MomAdvice.com, which happens to be a place I write articles for on occasion. She's also the host of the Mom Advice Book Club and my go-to person for book recommendations. Today we're talking about some of our favorite books about books or book-adjacent themes, and we've compiled an excellent list of reads for you. Of course, because this is The Couch (where rabbit trails and side notes are always welcome), we also talk about word games, real housewives, and family movie nights. Let's get started! MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: All the books (about books) on this list The Midnight Library Thank You for Listening Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow The Mom Advice Book Club NOT-SO-GUILTY PLEASURES: New York Times games Real Housewives of Dubai Evan Almighty Zoom DON'T FORGET: Join The Couch on Facebook! It's so much fun! Find Amy on her website, in the Mom Advice Book Club, and on her podcast, The Book Gang. And, of course, you can find me on Instagram at @marycarver or at marycarver.com. Welcome to The Couch! This post may include affiliate links. This means that if you click and purchase, I might receive a small commission at no extra charge to you.
Shannon chats with Sarah Rich, CEO of Just Right Reader, about her company that provides decodable readers to students, families, teachers, and schools. Sarah and Shannon talk about how decodable texts are important for the right reading practice for students. Sarah provides details about their mission to make reading fun and for students to learn to read with engaging decodables that are representative of students in America's schools.Episode Resources:Decodable Book Collection from Just Right ReaderSample Decodablesabout Just Right ReaderFamily Literacy BoxesJust Right Reader on InstagramJust Right Reader on FacebookJust Right Reader's Phonics Scope and SequenceDecodable Books ExplainedChoosing and Using Decodable Texts by Wiley Blevins (*Amazon affiliate link)Hot Logic Mini Oven https://amzn.to/3jO2C4l (*Amazon affiliate link)Daily Harvest (Get $35 off your first box when you use this link)COME JOIN THE CONVERSATION!Our Website Facebook Instagram ClubhouseShannon's TpT StoreSupport the show
Summer is almost here! Since we are teacher advocates, we want to encourage you to read books you want to read over summer. This week on our prep period episode, we give you some "classy and trashy" book recommendations to help fill your cup as you rest and relax over summer. We'd love to hear from you about what you're reading, so hit us up on the socials!E-mail Meagan, Lauren, and Lindsey at email@example.com. Follow them on Instagram @realteaching101 and on Twitter @realteaching101.Music is "Hot Shot" by Scott Holmes, used under Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License. You can find his music at https://www.scottholmesmusic.com/ and https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes/media-music-mix
There are many ways to access books and media through your local library. Check out this episode to find out what are the best apps for free reading! Register for your FREE RitterIM.com account Mentioned in this episode: Kanopy Sora Libby Hoopla Arthur: Library Card Song More episodes you'll like: Tips for Working on the Road Ritter's Tools & Resources for Insurance Agents featuring Harry Rittner Pros and Cons of Having an Office Space Outside of Your Home Articles to Share with Your Clients: Dishes to Impress Your Friends: Spring Rolls Medicare Freezes Late Enrollment Penalties for Qualifying Enrollees Can Your Knee Really Predict the Weather? The latest from Ritter's Blog: Ritter & ReminderMedia Partnership Offers Agents New Marketing Solutions Start Selling 5-Star Medicare Advantage Plans All Year The Ideal Client for Medicare Supplement Plans Subscribe & Follow: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Overcast Podbean Spotify Stitcher Connect on social: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Instagram TikTok Sarah's LinkedIn Sarah's Instagram
Have you ever started reading a book, realized 30% of the way through that you're not into it, but then kept reading until you were 60% of the way through only to discover that, unsurprisingly, you're still not into it? This is just about that. The book: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
In this Episode, Vidhaan shares 25 lessons that he's learnt over 25 years. Here's a sneak peek into some of the lessons: - Stop running after money without first understanding how Money runs. - People don't believe in you until you do something unbelievable - Play a lot of sports and games - Don't lie to yourself - Don't take entrepreneurial advice from an employee - Inspiration is Perishable - Don't judge yourself based on academic scores - If you let compliments get to your head, you'll take criticism to your heart Links to episodes that talk about some lessons in more detail: 1. The Unfair Advantage of Reading Books: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4nLkC4H77PiaqSKakVCQ6E?si=485230effc7843c0 2. Don't let compliments go to your head: https://open.spotify.com/episode/40Q1qGQWXXJsP6tQAeVWP1?si=Nfe-xh_CTeSxZ3ntDARH1g 3. How to find your Passion: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7fN2CBViJYLF82Vyuxes30?si=bJQcxf86S6-9Cq7ZcGoU3A 4. How Money Works: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2javPonVDev74a0FpZj6JB?si=mUJ0ufLwQ_G3lw9BSYvB8A Happy Listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the20sshow/message
Everything is interconnected. We need to turn around and face the bear together, instead of working against each other when it comes to cybersecurity.The old adage of "If a bear is chasing you, you just need to run faster than the other person(s) being chased" no longer applies. Caroline Wong and Sounil Yu talk about how we can do better and help each other along the way via their chapters in Modern Cybersecurity as well as their new publications, Ptaas the Book and Cyber Defense Matrix, respectively.We also discuss how to make back-ups cool, that the first ransomware attack occurred in the late '80's, and some life hacks you surely don't want to miss!________________________________GuestsCaroline WongChief Strategy Officer, Cobalt.io [@cobalt_io]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolinewmwong/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/CarolineWMWongSounil YuCISO & Head of Research, JupiterOne [@jupiterone]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/sounil/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/sounilyu________________________________HostAngela MarafinoOn ITSPmagazine
Is it godly to be anti-tech? Recent studies indicate the average American teen is spending 7-9 hours a day in front of a screen. Even if our students are not consumed by media 7-9 hours a day, technology for us as adults and our children is an inevitable part of life. Too often our way of mitigating this influence is simply to implement an ever-increasing number and kind of filters and controls. While that is important, my guest today, Tony Reinke, provides a thoughtful and thorough examination of our relationship with technology and the underlying theology we should use to choose how to live the Christian life well in our digital age. Tony's observations are both realistic and hopeful as he makes practical recommendations for how we live in the world of technology but keep from being of it! Join Davies Owens for the latest episode of BaseCamp Live.---Tony Reinke is a journalist, teacher, and host of the Ask Pastor John podcast for Desiring God. He is the author of Lit!: A Christian Guide to Reading Books and Competing Spectacles and 12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You.
The Hacker Book Club is a book club focusing on books for hackers, by hackers, and about hackers & hacking (along with some sci-fi). Now, we bring you the Hacker Book Club Podcast!For episode 1 we brought you a special founders' review of the books we've read and authors we've spoken to over the course of the book club's first year. Listen in as Chloé Messdaghi and Angela Marafino discuss some of their favorite moments and why this book club is unlike any other.Future episodes will host authors from previous books the group has read and upcoming books the group plans to read.________________________________GuestChloé MessdaghiFounder & Principal, Impactive Consulting and Host of The Changemaking PodcastOn ITSPmagazine
How do you spend your holidays? Do you go on trips, relaxed, and eat delicious foods? For Adam Stott, holidays also include reading books because it helps him reset and re-inspire. And there is one book that stuck with him that might be a little controversial because the author has a viral “slapping moment” but the main focus of this episode is the impact of this book on the readers. In this episode, Adam shares his learning from reading Will Smith's autobiography. This book left the biggest impact on Adam during his holiday in the Maldives and he wants to share it with you to inspire and give valuable information. Adam highlights the book's honesty and discusses some of the valuable lessons from the book that you can relate to in business.
《나도 몰래 확 까칠해진 나》 한효신 지음│롱테일오딧세이☞ 책정보 https://book.naver.com/bookdb/book_detail.naver?bid=22300994*이 컨텐츠는제작비 지원을 받았습니다.3년째로 접어든 전대미문의 코로나19 팬데믹은 인간의 삶에 크나큰 영향을 미치고 있습니다. 이것이 무엇보다 고약한 점은, 끊임없는 스트레스로 정서적 삶을 피폐하게 만든다는 사실입니다. 그러다 보니 너나 할 것 없이 성격이 예민해지고 까칠해져, 걸핏하면 짜증내고 신경질을 부리는 심리불안정이 일상화되고 말았습니다.인간이 발산하는 부정적 감정 중에 충동적 분노는 가장 빈번하게 일어나고, 좀처럼 다스리기 어려운 감정인데요. 우리나라 사람이 특별히 겪는 병 중 하나인 '화병'은 독특한 사회문화적 영향 탓에 '욱하는 성질' 즉 돌발성 분노로 한순간에 삶을 망가뜨리는 사람들을 흔히 보게 됩니다. 그런 배경에서 어떻게 충동적 분노를 다스리느냐가 성공적 삶을 담보하는 핵심관건이라 할 수 있습니다.이 책은 마음의 지혜를 함양하기 위한 생생한 삶의 사례를 담았는데요.1장 사방천지에서 꿈틀거리는 짜증 바이러스,2장 까칠한 성질머리로 주변에 상처 주는 못난이들3장 충동적 분노가 한순간에 인생을 망가뜨린다4장 짜증 바이러스 줄행랑치게 만드는 신통방통 백신5장 찡그리지 않으니까 온 세상이 나를 반기네, 까지 62가지 다양한 삶의 테마로 정리하여 풍성한 읽을 거리를 담았습니다.저자는 이번 신간을 제목이 가리키는 함의보다 백배나 풍성한 '놀라운 지성'이 담겼다며, 인간의 본질과 삶의 진리를 절절히 깨닫게 해준다고 말합니다. 또한 읽는 동안 흥분에 휩싸이고 읽은 후에는 진한 여운이 가시지 않아 두고두고 틈날 때마다 다시 펼쳐 봐야 하는 책이라고 강조하고 있습니다.#충동적감성다스리기#한효신#책읽어주는여자#오디오북ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.
(Helena - Reading Books) In this episode, I had the honour to have Helena as my guest. She shared with me her interest in reading books as her hobby. Definition: A book is a medium for recording information in the form of writing or images, typically composed of many pages (made of papyrus, parchment, vellum, or paper) bound together and protected by a cover. The technical term for this physical arrangement is codex (plural, codices). In the history of hand-held physical supports for extended written compositions or records, the codex replaces its predecessor, the scroll. A single sheet in a codex is a leaf and each side of a leaf is a page. Wikipedia contributors. (2022, January 1). Book. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 04:10, January 23, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Book&oldid=1063132471 Helena's Links Website: https://tankespjarn.com/ Time For Your Hobby links: Website: Time For Your Hobby website (click to find Apple, Spotify, Google and more) Merch: TFYHpodcast (on Redbubble) Instagram: @timeforyourhobby Twitter: @tfyhpodcast Podchaser: Time For Your Hobby Patreon: Timeforyourhobby Email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you like this episode and think it can be helpful to someone you are more than welcome to share it and leave a review. If you want to be on my podcast or have any questions at all, by all means, contact me through any of the platforms above. So until the next episode... make some time for your hobby. Shout out to my Patrons: Chess Talk (https://chesstalk.podbean.com/) Mélissa Sabrina Hughes Berry Take care,
HELLO, NAME IS SIMON MCEVEDY I'M THE FATHER OF TWO GIRLS I'M INFANTRY BY TRADE & NURSE BY PROFESSION I'M ALSO A VETERAN WHO HAS FINALLY FOUND A HOBBY @ THE RIPE OLD AGE 49 AND IM ALSO KNOWN AS A NEWBEE BEE KEEEPER I HAVE NAMED BOTH OF THE HIVES ONE IS A CONBINATION OF MY DAUGHTERS NAMES ELLE & LEAH AND JOYBELL IS NAMED AFTER MY MOTHER AS YOU CAN SEE, I HAVE BEEN A LITTLE CREATIVE WITH THE SPRAY PAINT ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE HIVE BEE CREATIVE I SAY AT THE START OF LOCKDOWN I STARTED SEEING POSTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA ON FLOW HIVE AND GOT ME INTERESTED BY CHANCE RSL ACTIVE PUT ON URBAN BEEKEEPING CSE AT BOX HILL RSL WHERE KATRINA AND I FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO MEET BEN & CHRIS GRAY I HAD GENERAL INTEREST IN BEES BEFORE BUT HALFWAY THROUGH PRESENTATION BENS CHARISMATIC PERSONALITLY & PASSION FOR ALL THINGS BEES GOT ME HOOKED & HE HAS ONLY A POSITIVE INFLUENCE SINCE THEN BEN TEACHER IN THE TRUEST SENCE OF THE WORD HE PASSES ON HIS KNOWLEDGE FREELY – CALMING MANOR – GIVES CONFIDENCE IN ALL AREAS OF EXPERTISE. HIS PROFESSIONALISM IS SECOND TO NONE THESE ARE ALL THE THINGS MY BEES HAVE GIVEN ME IN AUG 2021 RECEIVED FIRST TWO NUCLEUS HIVES REGISTERED AS AN OFFICIAL BEEKEEPER WITH AG VICTORIA YOU CAN HAVE UP TO 5 HIVES ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY FORTUNATELY, NEXTDOOR NEIGHBOUR IS A CARPENTER WITH VET CONSTRUCTIONS AND HE SUPERCHARGED COFFEE TABLE – SIDE OF ROAD TURNED INTO WORKABLE HIVE STAND SO, WHAT HAVE BEEN THE MAIN BENEFITS FIRSTLY, I FOUND A HOBBY THIS HAS GIVEN ME PURPOSE AND THIS PURPOSE GUIDED ME IN A POSITIVE DIRECTION OF LEARNING LOTS OF YOUTUBE VIDEO, READING BOOKS, JOINING ONLINE BEEKEEPING GROUPS & ENABLED TO CONNECT WITH OTHER BEEKEEPERS THESE CONNECTIONS ENABLED ME TO RE-ENGAGE WITH OTHERS MAKING CONNECTIONS IS SOMETHING I HAVE FOUND VERY DIFFICULT. AND ISOLATION IS SOMETHING THAT AFFECTS MANY VETERANS. email@example.com On Instagram veteran_bee_therapy
It's surprising how many people love movies and spend zero time reading books. It's especially surprising when you consider how many movies are based on books. One of the sharp distinctions between books and movies is that novels allow readers to participate in the co-creation of the story in ways that moviegoers cannot. Allow me to explain. Novelist Spotlight is produced and hosted by Mike Consol, author of “Hardwood: A Novel About College Basketball and Other Games Young Men Play,” and three yet-to-be-published manuscripts, including “Family Recipes: A Novel about Italian Culture, Catholic Guilt and the Culinary Crime of the Century,” “Lolita Firestone: A Supernatural Novel,” and the short story collection “Love American Style.” Write to him at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you will subscribe and share the link with any family, friends or colleagues who might benefit from this program.
Super excited to drop this episode where we dove super deep into topics from spiritual energy, why school is not for everyone, books, and much much more. Our guest, Jaxen North was actually on our first ever episode published with 4 other people. I noticed he was able to express his thoughts very clearly so it was nice to be able to have a one on one conversation with him on this episode. Watch this in video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLm7f_2zZKyTAEA-H6H5KKg Follow our socials, let us know what you thought! Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@firstclasspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstclass.podcast/
Kids are much smarter than we give them credit for, and Sienna got Ben goooood when he wanted her to read a bit more. We also spoke about Petrol Station Panic Stations, about the times something went wrong for you at the petrol pump. Finally, we want to start our own bucket list! We want to complete a bunch of cool things before the end of the year, so we spoke to our oldest listener Lizzie, who is 103, about all the wonderful things she's achieved in her life. Enjoy the show!
This week we are chatting with Intuitive Healer and Clairvoyant Lucy Doyle. We discuss what exactly an Intuitive Healer does and how Books and reading an affect our bodies and energy. - What is an Intuitive Healer? (00:40) - Reading Books and our Auras (11:18) - Books that effected us, ACOTAR and more (16:03) - Dylyn's Past Life Reading (32:02) - Lonna's Aura Reading (50:46) - What the hell is an AURA?? (59:05) - Where to find Lucy (01:02:04) You can follow Lucy on Instagram @LunarLucy123 or email her at LunarLucy123@gmail.com Download the Santuary World App here: https://www.sanctuaryworld.co/?tabID=1 Follow us on Instagram and Tiktok @halfbakedbookclub or send your Listener mail to email@example.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Join host Bob Marshall, The Co Host with the Most most Matt and Stringbean! For another hilarious episode of Bobchat! We talk Nicotine Addiction, Betty White, Tom Hanks Rastafarian son, Wordle, Reading Books, Holograms and plenty more! Its Bobchat Episode 36: Nicotine Addicted Holograms! And Its Bobchat Baby!!!
Of the ~83 books we read between us in 2021 we found a couple that were worth examining.In Episode #269 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: why I wanted to make this a full episode, how we think about the process of reading, why 'Sapiens' was a standout for Juaney, an explanation of my rating system, why 'Lost Horizon' and 'Catch-22' were standouts for me, a list of other books that caught our attention (for good or bad) and how much time we spend reading per day.Big thanks to Dave Jones, Anthony from 'Signs of New Growth', Petar and Oscar Merry for helping to support this episode.As always, we hope you enjoy. Mere Mortals out!Timeline:(0:00) - Why this topic came up(1:57) - Juan's approach to reading(5:35) - Juan's 4 favourite books of 2021(14:50) - My brother is not a reader(16:07) - My nerdy stats(18:56) - My top 2 favourite books(23:11) - Other top contenders(28:18) - Boostagram Lounge(34:48) - Random discord and hosky stuff(37:30) - My unfavourite book of 2021(40:19) - Juan's least favourite book of 2021(43:32) - Time spent reading(48:09) - Boostabookstagram us!Connect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/
Guests: Andre Desjardins, Milena Moulisová, Samara Funnell and Zeon Gray In this week's coaching conversation, Alex Sarama and guests join the Basketball Podcast to share Basketball Immersion insights from around the world in celebration of the 200th episode. Topics include youth coaching, coach education, teaching footwork, being a lifelong learner and so much more. Andre Desjardins Topics: Teaching Footwork and Pivoting in Non-Traditional Ways Bio: Andre Desjardins is a teacher coach for over 25 years at Louis Riel, a sports school where he is the head coach of the girl's Prep program as well as the HC of the basketball Sports études program for boys and girls. He has been an assistant coach with the Bronze medal Canadian Cadette Women's National Team 2011-2014. André is a Learning Facilitator with the National Coaching Certification Program as well as a mentor coach to upcoming coaches. He has spent time as the head coach of the Ontario Center for Performance for both boys and girls. Milena Moulisová Topics: Youth Coaching Development Initiatives Bio: Milena Moulisová is the head of Youth Basketball for the Czech Basketball Federation, a position she has held since 2014. Her focus is on players up until U15 and coach education. She has a background in Physical Education and holds many certifications including being a FIBA A License Coach. Milena has considerable coaching experience across the world having coached at several clubs in the US, Denmark, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Samara Funnell Topics: Youth Player Development Bio: Samara Funnell is the Co-Head Coach of Player Development at Swoosh Training alongside Joe Reddish. She is also the clubs and development officer for the Franklin Basketball Association. She has coached teams ranging in age from Under 10 to Under 16. Funnell is also a former professional player who played for the Sydney Wildcats and Hills Hornets in the New South Wales ABA league in Australia. Zeon Gray Topics: Coaching Internationally and Life-Long Learning Bio: Zeon Gray is the current director of the PSA (Premier Scholar Athletes) youth program in Asia. He has coached teams from high-level AAU in the United States to a youth club Nieder Olm in Germany. After playing collegiately in Canada, his playing career took him to Europe. Breakdown Andre Desjardins 1:00 - Teaching Footwork 3:00 - Drill Makeover 5:00 - BDT Shooting and Footwork 7:00 - Using Constraints 9:00 - Reconnections 12:00 - Teach Pivoting 16:00 - Two Foot vs One Foot 18:00 - Fun and Creative Teaching 20:00 - Impact of Basketball Immersion Samara Funnell 23:00 - Swoosh Cub Program 24:00 - Self Discovery Learning 26:00 - Experience of Interaction 31:00 - Decision Making 34:00 - Handling Mistake Environment 35:00 - Great Effort Making a Mistake 37:00 - Impact of Basketball Immersion Milena Moulisová 38:00 - Czech Basketball Programs 43:00 - Better Education for Youth Coaches 48:00 - Value of Connection 50:00 - Coaching Coaches 52:00 - Interactive Experiences 54:00 - Offense vs Defense for Young Players 7:00 - Passion for Playing 58:00 - Impact of Basketball Immersion Zeon Gray 1:00:00 - Cross-Cultural Experience 1:04:00 - Lifelong Learner 1:06:00 - Reading Books 1:08:00 - Block Practice 1:09:00 - Value of Random Practice 1:11:00 - Reconnections 1:14:00 - Player Satisfaction 1:17:00 - Development Perspective 1:18:00 - Conclusion Coaches' Bio: Andre Desjardins Bio: https://ottawasportspages.ca/2017/02/09/andre-desjardins-brings-team-canada-coaching-experience-to-louis-riel-girls-basketball-academy/ (https://ottawasportspages.ca/2017/02/09/andre-desjardins-brings-team-canada-coaching-experience-to-louis-riel-girls-basketball-academy/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/coachandre...