Denise Gasser is a mixed media artist, born and raised near the mountains of Utah. After years of over whelming guilt for wanting to still be an artist mixed with anxiety to try be the perfect mum and helper in her community, Denise decided to hold her hands up and embrace it all, the distractions, imperfections, the messiness around trying to paint and mother 4 young children! Denise founded the ‘Art After' project. Reconciling art and motherhood. A series of small paintings that occur in one sitting and must be finished once interrupted. When that happens, Denise writes on the back the date the time she started the time she finished and what the interruption was. As you can imagine this project has had global reach after her exhibition! Denise gives talks and workshops in the US and Canada and is owned in private collections in several countries around the world. Denise shares honestly about her journey as a young Mum and artist, her thoughts on balance, boundaries and guilt. Look at her stunning work www.denisegasser.com Denise's Takeaways 1.Having honest conversation with other women is vital 2.Being a mum is lonely, being an artist is lonely! Make sure you reach out to creative communities online. 3.Finding time to create is vital to being a better Mum, because you're being the better you! 4.Feeling burnt out isn't ok! We are told its path and we need to juggle, spin those plates. Talk to your family and work out scheduling times for you! 5.We don't have an adult telling us to take care of ourselves! It's our job to think about what patterns and examples we are setting to our kids. 6.It's ok to say being at home with the kids isn't working out for us all. That doesn't make you a bad parent! You're an honest human. 7.Giving yourself permission is vital, not just for yourself but for others. 8.Take a good look at where your time is spent each day, which chunks are being spent on what areas and write it all down so you can see in detail how many people and jobs are taking you away from what you really want. 9.Stop asking why you should do it. What's the reason? Sometimes our bodies want to move and dance just because! 11.Chipping away is such a powerful mantra. Start telling yourself this each day. 12.If alarm bells are ringing for you or a family member regarding ADHD take an online test and have a look at the show notes for some of our favourite books. Denise's Book Recommendations: Driven to Distraction ADHD 2.0 The ADDitude Website has tons of great articles Anything by Russel Barkley. I learned a lot from this talk I listened to on YouTube : https://youtu.be/YSfCdBBqNXY
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Recently, the Progressive Policy Institute's Center for Funding America's Future released a focused blueprint for delivering on President Biden's promise to Build Back Better while addressing the concerns of moderates who cannot support $3.5 trillion of new spending. The report is titled “Reconciling with Reality: The top priorities for building back better,” and is authored by Ben Ritz, Director of the Center for Funding America's Future. Ben Ritz joined the Radically Pragmatic podcast to give listeners a walk through of the current state of play in Congress, top priorities for building back better, and how PPI's must-read blueprint offers a bold and pragmatic solution to the current stalemate. Jeremiah Johnson, Policy Director for the Center for New Liberalism, also joined the conversation and offered his insight into the fast-changing situation. Some background on what's going on: The bipartisan infrastructure bill passed by the U.S. Senate in August remains snagged by internal disagreements among Congressional Democrats about the size and cost of the follow-on social investment package party leaders hope to pass with reconciliation rules that are not subject to a Republican filibuster. Democrats will likely need to reach a compromise on the reconciliation package by October 31st so they can pass the infrastructure bill before funding for the nation's highway program expires. Read PPI's blueprint here: https://bit.ly/3FlnPLp Learn more about the Center for Funding America's Future here: https://www.progressivepolicy.org/project/center-for-funding-americas-future/ Learn more about the Center for New Liberalism here: https://www.progressivepolicy.org/project/the-center-for-new-liberalism/
Today, Lindsey Fronaphel CPA joins us as we dive into inventory and operational expectations in 2021. There are a lot of moving parts to inventory, making it a big deal especially in the world of e-commerce. If you don't have inventory, you don't have sales. You have to keep your eyes on your inventory levels so you don't run out of it and in order to maximize sales. You also need to understand not only the financial and operational pieces of it but what it means to your growth and scalability as well. At Bottom Line CPA, we believe that what your bottom line says is more important than what your top line says. However, many entrepreneurs only think about their top-line growth. Ultimately, your net income is driven by your inventory. Therefore, at some point, you need to be in a mindset where inventory becomes a priority and you make a point to wade through it. You'll probably never have a perfect inventory but you've got to at least find the inventory solution that best fits your business. In this episode, you will hear: Why you should care about inventory and make it an operational priority The best way to track your inventory When to start prioritizing your inventory Inventory as your growth indicator How to stop underestimating the value of your inventory Some inventory apps you could use What to do with inventory that's not moving Reconciling your inventory with the IRS Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: Podcast episode on Inventory Pocket More Profit Workshop Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com
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With one final task to check off their list, the group travels back to Al Qasar for a reunion!Check out the CAUSES WE SUPPORT to get involved and donate!Help support the show by visiting our Patreon and find even more content at our Website!Tracklist and Creative Commons Attribution Can Be Viewed HEREIntro/Outro Music “Jotunheim” Courtesy of Serpent Sound StudiosInterlude Music “Bit Quest” Courtesy of incompetechSound Effects Courtesy of SyrinscapeAdditional Music Courtesy of:Larian Studios: Creators of the Divinity Series WEBSITEThe Game Kitchen: Creators of Blasphemous WEBSITE / BANDCAMPCD Projekt Red: Creators of the Witcher series WEBSITE / USE POLICYOwlcat Games: Creators of Pathfinder: Kingmaker WEBSITE
In this week's episode, Amrit interviews Michele Maselli, known as Mickey Space. He is a musician, DJ, artist, Gita Yoga Teacher, Yin Yoga teacher, and teacher trainer. He is the founder of Sparkly Yoga and specialises in holding space as a DJ, or as a Yoga teacher. Mickey and Amrit talk about how Mickey started cultivating the practice of yoga, the challenges faced coming from a creative world to a society that is totally structured, and how he feels being in harmony with his passion for music, yoga and his spiritual path. They also cave into how he reconciled the balance of effort and surrender in asana, the evolution of consciousness and enlightenment, the importance of presence on a journey exploring consciousness and finally what Mickey does to keep vital.Mickey has a diverse upbringing, both Italian and Australian and is influenced by many cultures; hippie revolution & psychedelic culture, The Beatles, punk and grunge, house and techno, and hip hop.While Yoga in the West adopted a physical practice, these western musicians were getting their influence from the East. The use of psychedelics would open their minds to a deeper reality within and seek answers to questions. This experience took them back to India and the essence of yoga.Intrigued about this spiritual aspect, Mickey began to do meditation, go to asana practices and learn new concepts while working on visual animation.In the mid 90's he went to India, but following his natural inclination to go with the flow, he stopped off at Thailand on the way and ended up living there for eight years. During his stay, he went on a trip to India and on his return he opened a bar where he was able to perform his profession as a DJ.In 2004 he went back to Australia and worked as a Dj for a living, and in 2007 graduated with a 900 hour in depth teachers diploma. He teaches full time from Vinyasa to Yin Yoga and sound healing. Being a passionate DJ, Mickey also introduces music and free flowing movement into his classes. In 2018, he became a teacher trainer.His never ending spiritual journey unfolds towards the idea that self realization is the enlightened state of being and that no material wealth can determine that. The yoga asana practice of effort and surrender is the balance to be able to live in this material world. Even towards the journey of self realization a sense of effort is needed as well as a balance of deep surrender. Diving deep into the evolution of consciousness and enlightenment, he realized the age of this physical world travels in repetitive cycles just like nature. Yukteswar called them “The Yugas” referred to a 24,000 year cycle; that has a 12,000 year descending cycle (where man loses touch with the highest teachings) and a 12,000 ascending cycle (where the lost wisdom is relearned again)Presence is the essence of consciousness and yoga-sutras are the formula to achieve ultimate presence. In the 2nd “yogash chitta-vritti-nirodhah” yoga happens when there is control of the thoughts, the cessation of the fluctuations of the mind. Your mind is a tool to reach an enlightened state and operate in the world. It's the ego that takes you away from the present moment.Mickey is vital. He believes it is about having a strong practice and a positive attitude towards life. Tune In: Welcome Mickey Space to Inspired Evolution!: (00:00:00)The beginning of yoga as a cultivated practice: (00:03:47)Challenges from a creative world to a structured society:(00:24:25)In harmony with music, yoga and a spiritual path:(00:31:26)Reconciling the sense of effort and the balance of deep surrender:(00:37:13)Cycles of consciousness vs a linear theory of evolution: (00:43:09)“Presence” on Mickey's path exploring consciousness?:(00:54:38)What keeps Mickey vital:(01:04:49)Mickey's last inspiring words:(01:12:04)Mentioned resources.“The Holy Science” book by Swami Sri Yukteswar: https://amz.run/4vIA “Autobiography of a Yogi” book by Paramahansa Yogananda: https://amz.run/4vI9 “Yoga-sutras: collection of texts written by Patanjali” - book by Swami Satchidananda: https://amz.run/4vI8 Connect with Mickey Space:Website: http://www.sparklyoga.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sparklyyoga/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mickey.spaceThe Yoga Creative: https://theyogacreative.com.au/team/mickey/ Summer Healing Yoga: https://www.summerhealingyoga.com.au/yoga-teacher-training/ Sparkly Yoga Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkn8PP1Ltl8J9R_B8tqYzMQ DJ Mickey Space Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DjMickeySpace Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mickeyspace Join the Inspired Evolution Community:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InspiredEvolution/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/inspired_evolution/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/InspiredEvolution/ Website: https://inspiredevolution.com/ Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/inspiredevolution. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Every single woman who joins my group coaching program Claimed brings a new perspective, a new backstory, and ultimately a new success story! Here is an interview with one of these women, Dana Sharkey. "I had a lot of answers and a lot of explanations for why I was the way I was and why I had the problems that I had, but I had no idea how to solve them." Here is what I discuss with Dana: The limiting beliefs about womanhood & relationships that we develop from a young age Reconciling our drive & ambition as smart, successful women with our femininity What happens when we stop trying to "move past" our pain & start "feeling into" it How feminine embodiment helps us to process our emotions & feel safe in our bodies A-ha moments from the program & why she recommends signing up for a discovery call And a lot more... Links 10 Things You Can Do Today to Change the Masculine/Feminine Polarity in Your Relationship Practice the Essential Forgotten Skill – Embodiment How My Claimed Group Coaching Program is Different & Why It Actually Works
'The Long Goodbye' is a 10-part editorial series from Digiday that explores how the advertising industry will be affected after Google completes its phaseout of the third-party cookie. This week, 10 semi-anonymous confessions pull back the curtain providing insight into who is certainly uncertain about the future of data & privacy. This week Richard Jones reacts with Cheetah Digital's VP of Brand & Community, Francesca Gillett on these poignant revelations.
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Why repent and reconcile? Pastor Mike addressed that question in a Sunday morning sermon on September 5, 2021. This episode functions as a post-sermon follow up, diving deeper into the question of how we should think about reconciliation in especially difficult relational contexts. We hope this helps you honor the Lord even in the most challenging relationships he has placed you in.
in Episode #29 of the living indubiously podcast, Evton sits down with Aaron Abke. Aaron is a Youtuber, Conscious Influencer, and Spiritual Teacher specializing in "The Law of One" and "A Course in Miracles". Topics discussed include Spiritual Depression, Reconciling the teachings of Abrahams Hicks with the teachings of Ra/Law of one, whether or not speaking up about injustices is introducing "resistance"To hear more from Aaron visitwww.aaronabke.comhttps://www.youtube.com/AaronAbkewww.indubiousmusic.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/indubiousmusicSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/77su9uR4crZ4HOOnCibJwFInstagram: www.instagram.com/indubious
Guest Travis Lucas returns to the podcast to join host Damien Martin in boiling down the thousands of pages of recently introduced proposed legislative text. Listen to find out what the proposals might mean for you, your business, and your family as the fast-moving tax reform train continues to pick up speed. Learn more about Travis and get the additional resources mentioned in the episode here! GET MORE SIMPLY TAX We're excited to also provide video content to strengthen your tax mind! Check it out on our YouTube channel. A complete archive of our episodes is available on our website and YouTube playlist. We'd love to hear from you! Email feedback and questions to SimplyTax@bkd.com. Connect with Damien on social media! LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
(5:00) Is Mike Norvell a good coach, the factors keeping a full throttle "fire him" campaign from starting (21:00) Running back rotation needs to be addressed (26:00) One person's positive outlook (35:00) Eskimo Randy brings the heat (48:00) Time, patience the only solution? Roster deficiencies. (1:01:00) What signs can we look for that would signal movement in the right direction? Music: DMX - Come Thru Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How can we reconcile conservation and fisheries? On this new episode of The Fisheries Podcast, co-host Mirella Leis speaks with guest Dr. Ana Carolina Esteves Dias about the importance of including fishers in the conversation about environmental governance if we are to move together towards a viable and sustainable future. Ana Carolina is a postdoctoral fellow for the V2V Global partnership initiative at the University of Waterloo, Canada. She holds a PhD in Social and Ecological Sustainability from the University of Waterloo and a MSc in Ecology from the University of Campinas, Brazil. Her research emphasizes participatory and transdisciplinary approaches to coastal governance, focusing particularly on social wellbeing, ecosystem services, marine protected areas, governance fit, and science-policy interface. Ana Carolina is a co-founder of the Socio-ecological co-creation network for Latin America (RESACA), which is oriented to develop co-creation methodologies to respond to socio-ecological challenges. She collaborates with the Research and outreach group on conservation and management of the commons (CGCommons), University of Campinas, and is a past Institutional Fellow at the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research. You can check out the V2V Global Partnership website www.v2vglobalpartnership.org or connect with Ana Carolina by email at firstname.lastname@example.org And remember, it is key to include fishers in the conversation about environmental governance and in that way, help make small-scale fisheries viable for a sustainable future. ______________________________________________________________________________ Get in touch with us! Want to be on the show? Contact co-host Mirella Leis on Twitter @mirellaleis. The Fisheries Podcast is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @FisheriesPod. Support the show Become a Patron of the Fisheries Podcast Buy podcast merch Acknowledgements Thanks as always to Andrew Gialanella for the fantastic music. Disclaimer The Fisheries Podcast is a completely independent podcast, not affiliated with a larger organization or entity. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the podcast. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by the hosts are those of that individual and do not necessarily reflect the view of any entity with with those individuals are affiliated in other capacities (such as employers).
Kailey Jacomet has created a law career that fits around her priorities and her lifestyle, not a life that fits around her law practice. When she first told me that, it struck me that most of us have built lives around our law practice. We fit family, fun, passions, and hobbies in the margins around our demanding careers.But, how do you create the life and law career that you actually want? Kailey knew from a young age that she wanted to be a lawyer and she wanted to be a mom. Reconciling how she could do both took creativity and courage. As a mom of two, Kailey now has a thriving IP solo practice and coaching business. She works part time and is able to be present for her family in a way that feels aligned with her priorities and values. In this episode, Kailey shares her journey on making the leap from government litigation to solo practice and innovative strategies for marketing and business development that have contributed to her firm's success. Kailey is on a mission to help other women lawyers create a life and law practice that actually work for them. From Oct. 4-8, 2021, she is offering a free interactive training to help you learn how to lawyer on your own terms. She will help you create a new vision of what your legal career can look like that is built around your most important priorities in life.Connect with and follow Kailey Jacomet at:The Lifestyle Law Firm | Lawyer on Your Own Terms (lawstyle.co)Facebook Group: The Lawstyle Law Firm | FacebookLinkedIn: Kailey Ibsen Jacomet | LinkedIn Upcoming Training: https://lawstyle.co/lawyer-on-your-own-terms Mom Life and Law is a podcast for lawyer moms who are expected to mother as if they have no job and lawyer as if they have no children. In the face of these expectations, the interviews featured on this podcast give you strategies to help you thrive. We aren't afraid to talk about our trials and our triumphs. No matter the challenges you face, this podcast aims to show you what's possible. Each week, invest some time to reframe your mindset, own your power, and set yourself up for success. You deserve it.Connect with and Follow Mom Life and Law at:www.momlifeandlaw.comFacebook: @momlifeandlawInstagram: @momlifeandlawTwitter: @momlifeandlawLinkedIn: Mom Life and LawLinkedIn: Megan Whiteside | LinkedIn
(4:00) The final playcall. Hindsight completely erases any doubt of its folly (17:00) But woo boy, that offense stunk. Bad offense and now a controversey at QB, fun! (38:00) PFF grades (41:00) The trade off of Milton's arm to Travis's legs didn't work -- can it moving forward? WRs seemingly still struggling (48:00) Reconciling this loss vs. any of the slop from 2018 and 2019 (59:00) Where does a 0-2 team that seemingly buys in year after year after year go from here? Music: Matt Skiba and the Sekrets - How The Hell Did We Get Here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Allan V. Horwitz writes: Contemporary developed societies are the safest, healthiest, and most prosperous that have ever existed, so we might expect that their citizens would have low levels of fearfulness. “Hasn't one of the central accomplishments of modern civilization,” Norwegian philosopher Lars Svendson asks, “been the overall reduction of fear, by nighttime electrical lighting, insurance policies, police forces, standing armies, the destruction of predatory animals, lightning rods on churches, solid locked doors on all buildings, and thousands of other small designs?” Indeed, rates of violence seem to be at their lowest in recorded history. In addition, life spans of unprecedented longevity mean that few people need to fear dying before old age. Moreover, amounts of economic security greatly exceed those typical of eras before the post- industrial period. Nevertheless, current community surveys reveal extraordinary high rates of anxiety disorders. Anxiety is the most common class of mental illness: Almost one in five people report having an anxiety disorder in the past year, and almost 30 percent experience one at some point in their lives. These surveys also indicate that the most frequent type of anxiety disorder is specific phobias that involve marked fear about some object. The particular things that people are afraid of are animals (22.2 percent), heights (20.4 percent), blood (13.9 percent), flying (13.2 percent), closed spaces (11.9 percent), water (9.4 percent), storms (8.7 percent); and being alone (7.3 percent). The second most widespread anxiety condition is social anxiety, which is associated with situations in which people are subject to evaluations by others. The three most widespread forms of social anxiety are public speaking (21.2 percent), speaking up in a meeting (19.5 percent), and meeting new people (16.8 percent). None of these objects or situations are likely to pose genuine dangers. What accounts for why so many people intensely fear objectively harmless phenomena? Think back to the case that obesity is not a disease but, rather, a natural product of human tastes for fats, sugars, and salts that enhanced chances of survival in ancient environments. Genes that optimized caloric consumption and stored the excess as fat developed over thousands of generations when sources of calories were usually scarce and always unpredictable. Under current conditions, in which calories are readily available, these ancestral tastes often lead to obesity and associated diseases. The resulting increase in the number of very heavy people does not derive from disordered genes or psychology but from a mismatch between natural biological propensities and modern environments. Tastes for fats, sugars, and salts, however harmful their present consequences might be, are part of our normal genetic inheritance; they are not disorders. Like our preferences for highly caloric foods, the statistically most common disordered fears, which seem unreasonable and irrational in modern environments, nevertheless result from natural human emotions. Our current fears do not correspond to actual dangers in present situations but seem understandable as reactions that were passed down to us as part of our biological inheritance of fears that did make sense in the prehistoric past. Many currently unreasonable fears arise because natural genes no longer fit the environments in which they must function. Irrational emotions might nonetheless be products of natural physiological responses. Unreasonable, but mismatched, fears raise some fundamental questions about whether or not the results of natural biological forces should be regarded as disorders. https://www.amazon.com/Whats-Normal-Reconciling-Biology-Culture/dp/0190603259
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Recently, a number of prominent television and film creators, as well as authors, have either been outed for bad behaviour or made hateful public statements. Anyone who is a regular listener will know that we often refer to Harry Potter and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And they are not the only texts we mention that […] The post Reconciling our love of works by problematic creators first appeared on Breaking the Glass Slipper.
Discourse around meat production and eating meat is fraught with judgments, misconceptions, and a disconnection to the natural world and ecosystem at large. My time in Texas has brought me closer to the end cycle of an animal's life, and the courageous acts of butchery that conscious land stewards – such as today's guest, Robby Sansom – are committed to. I recently joined him during a harvest of a Bison which was mind-blowing. Robby's regenerative farm, Force of Nature, was founded on the belief that one can and should enjoy meat without sacrificing their values. We all know the dark side of industrial farming and have been force-fed a lot of hype around the virtuous wonders of plant-based eating and agriculture. On the other hand, regenerative farming offers the truly revolutionary opportunity to collaborate with the natural world in a way that's actually beneficial for the planet. Sink your teeth into this juicy episode where Robby and I carve out space for an alternative agricultural reality to the dysfunctional one that's eating this planet alive. 03:50 — The Harvest of a Bison Nourishing life beyond its own Giving consumers a choice to be intentional with what they eat What it feels like being witness to an animal's death How the modern experience disconnects us from the natural world 23:16 — Conventional, Organic, and Regenerative Farming The evolution of conventional farming Combatting nature's food systems Exploring the organic food movement and its shortcomings The environmental crisis caused by tilling soil Soil loss and food insecurity – imagining what will happen if we don't move towards regenerative farming 46:54 — How Farmers Can Transition Into Regenerative Farming? How Force of Nature helps land stewards shift gears Variety of proteins and celebrating food diversity Livestock setting versus regenerative farming animals How animals revitalize the soil Allowing domestic animals to express their wild tendencies Engaging the consumer to vote with their meat purchases 1:26:20 — Debunking Myths About Meat Framing a profitable narrative The real carbon impact of beef Monocropping of plants Reconciling my relationship with meat Meat production and wasting water Why a synthetic, processed, plant-based meat disrupts the environment The soil and weather connection More about this episode. Watch it on YouTube. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH. According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death. When most people think of stress, they think of their job, traffic, tense relationships, current events, things like that. But the root of so much of the stress we experience comes down to a deficiency in one overlooked nutrient: magnesium. So, if you're ready to help your body deal with stress, instead of putting a band-aid on it after the fact, you're going to want some Magnesium Breakthrough. You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at www.bioptimizers.com/luke AND... Eaton Hemp. 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What goes into making "a self," and how can we bring together the many aspects of who we are? Today Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson talk with meditation teacher, bestselling author, and podcaster (and their good friend) Michael Taft about moving from the spiritual to the secular and back again, ego dissolution, and how we can deconstruct ourselves.About Our Guest: Michael is a meditation teacher, bestselling author and neuroscience junkie. He's been practicing meditation for over 35 years, and is the author of several books, including The Mindful Geek.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:30: Michael's journey from the spiritual to the secular to back again.5:00: LSD, yoga, and Shinzen Young8:30: Reconciling the spiritual and the secular.15:45: What is “deconstructing yourself?”20:45: Ego dissolution and panic. 25:00: “Spiritual emergencies” and cautions around mindfulness. 29:20: Psychedelics and seeing the ego as an object. 31:00: Practices that help people see the empty nature of the self.34:00: Key teachings for life's long road. 45:00: A message to your younger self.47:00: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
On this 77th edition of Ask Charlie Anything, Charlie is taking the questions you email him at Freedom@Charliekirk.com including: We finally know who killed Ashlie Babbitt and do we know if the killing was justified based upon standard police engagement protocols? Is it okay to be critical of Joe Biden's withdrawal from Afghanistan while still supporting ending America's endless war? Is there hope for turning around America? And is it worth removing Joe Biden from office when we're stuck with Kamala Harris as his replacement? Also catch Charlie's book of the week from Thinkr.org/charlie And listen for the Hillsdale exclusive highlight from "Land of Hope" featuring Dr. Wilfred M. McClay. Take the course for free at CharlieforHillsdale.com Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode, I talk with Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of South Australia, about neurotypology, predictive coding, and dorsal and ventral streams.Bornkessel-Schlesewsky lab websiteBornkessel I, Zysset S, Friederici AD, Von Cramon DY, Schlesewsky M. Who did what to whom? The neural basis of argument hierarchies during language comprehension. NeuroImage 2005; 26: 221-33. [doi]Bornkessel-Schlesewsky I, Schlesewsky M. Reconciling time, space and function: a new dorsal-ventral stream model of sentence comprehension. Brain Lang 2013; 125: 60-76. [doi]Bornkessel-Schlesewsky I, Schlesewsky M, Small SL, Rauschecker JP. Neurobiological roots of language in primate audition: common computational properties. Trends Cogn Sci 2015; 19: 142-50. [doi]Bornkessel-Schlesewsky I, Schlesewsky M. Toward a neurobiologically plausible model of language-related, negative event-related potentials. Front Psychol 2019; 10: 298. [doi]
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The United Nations World Happiness Report is out, and it says the United States is still behind the world's happiest countries. Can we learn anything from them, or does America's diversity mean perpetual conflict? Then, pastor and author Mandy Smith says Western culture has warped our understanding of what it means to be a Christian by focusing too much on knowledge and power. The antidote? Embracing Jesus' call to childlike faith. Also this week—covid skeptics have some explaining to do because last year life expectancy in the US dropped the most since WWII—and it wasn't because of murder hornets. Plus, a woman sues McDonald's for tempting her to break her Lenten fast. News Segment: Woman sues McDonald's after burger ad compelled her to break Lent fast [2:55] https://nypost.com/2021/08/06/woman-sues-mcdonalds-after-burger-ad-made-her-break-her-lent-fast/ COVID-19 caused U.S. life expectancy to drop 1.5 years [09:38] https://time.com/6082192/covid-19-us-life-expectancy-drop/ White evangelical COVID-19 vaccine acceptance has jumped 11 points since March [09:38] https://www.relevantmagazine.com/current/nation/study-white-evangelical-covid-19-vaccine-acceptance-has-jumped-11-points-since-march/ UN report on global happiness [21:47] https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/03/21/americans-are-unhappiest-theyve-ever-been-un-report-finds-an-epidemic-addictions-could-be-blame/ https://worldhappiness.report/ed/2021/ Interview with Mandy Smith:Unfettered: Imagining a Childlike Faith beyond the Baggage of Western Culture - https://www.amazon.com/Unfettered-Imagining-Childlike-Baggage-Western/dp/1587435055 Interview Start [48:06] How is Western civilization in a tailspin? [49:56] An antidote for two false ways of engaging faith [52:35] Qualities of a childlike faith [56:01] Wholistic faith and childlikeness [57:29] Humility & honesty within disorder [01:00:37] Error in overreacting to rationality of Western culture [01:05:21] Story about dancing, healing, and releasing control [01:10:31] Reconciling the call to maturity with a childlike faith [01:19:59] Other resources mentioned: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1hiPIEqDMq2yobve2PyTH7?si=4ab2ce3ebf7d4bbb
Vineyard values serve to guide our beliefs and practices! As a community, one of our greatest commitments is toward Reconciling People with God and All Creation! We want to help others have peace with God through Jesus! In this sermon, pastor Luke shares from Mark 2 about some foundational commitments that will help us connect others to Jesus!
Rev. Stephanie Vader 00:18:01
In episode Twenty Three Boe yarns with Dr Skye Krichauff about the Reconciling with the Frontier project which will develop a mapping tool that people can use to identify and learn about conflict sites between colonists and Aboriginal people. The project is focussing on research of conflicts between European settlers and Aboriginal people between 1836 and 1901. The project is about truth telling – bringing to light the atrocities that occurred against Aboriginal people here in South Australia. Dr Skye Krichauff who is an ethno-historian who combines the methodologies of history and anthropology. She is interested in colonial cross-cultural relations, the relationship between history and memory, and how societies live with historical injustices.
What does it mean to exercise ethical leadership in today's complex world? Our guest this week is Yonason Goldson, director of Ethical Imperatives, LLC. He works with leaders to create a culture of ethics that builds trust, sparks initiative, and drives productivity. He's a keynote and TEDx speaker, trainer, coach, and community rabbi, as well as a podcast host, columnist and author, repentant hitchhiker, world traveler, and retired high school teacher in St. Louis. He has published hundreds of articles applying ancient rabbinic wisdom to the challenges of the modern secular world, and six books, most recently “Grappling with the Gray: an ethical handbook for personal success and business prosperity.” In our conversation, we explore the topic of ethics and how what we think and do affects our life, community, business, relationships, and the global society around us. Want to be able to make quality decisions in the face of differing options and facts? Listen as Yonason Goldson helps us navigate complexity using ethical principles that help shed light on the truth and provide for a clearer path forward. What We Discuss With Yonason Goldson What is ethical leadership The distinction between compliance and ethics Universal principles Ancient debate and decision making practices of Judaism Rationality and ethics in light of current events Reconciling majority and minority viewpoints Intellectual integrity Leading a team of rivals Episode Show Notes: https://tinyurl.com/4j7tubxz
"Pops" comes from the IN2 Podcast ready to talk about all things science. We dig into the philosophy of faith and science, listening to God's creation as a mode of learning truth, the evolution of our species, the new meaning for the "Fall" in the Garden of Eden, the inspiration of inerrant Scripture, and much more!Follow the IN2 Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts and on Instagram and Twitter! Mentioned in the episode: Non-overlapping magisteria Wiki A New Look at an Old Earth by Don Stoner The Language of God by Francis S. Collins Matthew 18:12 - Leave the 99 Thank God for Evolution by Michael Dowd Darwin's Black Box by Michael J. Behe The Greatest Show on Earth by Richard Dawkins The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin Follow the hosts on Twitter: Josh: @joshlieuallen Emily: @RevRettinghouse Stephen: @stephenghenning Join our community at patreon.com/ravelpod! You can also connect with Ravel on Twitter and Instagram at @ravelpod.Thank you to Louie Zong for use of his song In Full Color, off his album, Here. Find his work on Spotify and Bandcamp!Ravel is a proud founding member of the Highline Media Network, bringing the art of podcasting back to normal people in normal places.
Bobbi sits down with Bryan to talk about evolution and how it relates to the creation story. Most have only been taught that evolution and faith have irreconcilable differences. What questions does it answer, and what problems can it make for Christians? Join us in our discussion today about evolution and faith. Please email us at email@example.com to give us your feedback or topic requests.
As the Co-Founder of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity in Mental Health and the Deputy Director at Ayana Therapy, Dr. Norman Kim is a leading expert in the ways racism and oppression impact our mental health system. His clear sense of mission for greater diversity, equity, and inclusion comes from his first hand experience of living with a pervasive sense of "otherness" and not wanting his sons to experience the same lack of belonging.
(The episode starts after a short introduction in Portuguese) O convidado é autor e consultor na área da gestão das organizações e da comunicação inter-cultural. Conhecido sobretudo pela autoria de um dos modelos de diferenças entre culturas nacionais mais conhecidos, que popularizou no livro "Riding the Waves of Culture", publicado em 1993. -> Apoie este projecto e faça parte da comunidade de mecenas do 45 Graus em: 45graus.parafuso.net/apoiar O modelo de Trompenaars é -- juntamente com o modelo de Hofstede que já referi várias vezes no podcast -- uma das referências quando se trata de comparar culturas entre diferentes países. Nenhum dos dois modelos é perfeito -- até porque implicam necessariamente generalizar as culturas de países com milhões de pessoas com crenças e valores muito distintos --, mas a verdade é que há inegavelmente padrões nas culturas nacionais, e ler livros como o de Trompenaars muda a maneira como entendemos as reacções de pessoas de outras culturas. Ao longo da conversa, discutimos algumas das dimensões do modelo do convidado, como as culturas mais e menos emocionais, e mais e menos individualistas. Falámos também sobre como é possível ‘reconciliar' os dilemas que surgem quando diferentes culturas entram em conflito -- por exemplo dentro de empresas multinacionais. O autor tem adaptado este estudo sobretudo em aconselhar empresas que actuam entre vários países sobre como gerir as diferenças de culturas nos vários países em que operam. Como se adivinha, as organizações com maior sucesso são aquelas que mais bem conseguem articular estes desafios. Índice da conversa: Fons Trompenaars Trompenaars Cultural Dimensions Modelo de Hofstede What is culture Ed (Edgar) Schein Model of Organization Culture Culture shocks Culture as the most persistent difference between countries Why are there different cultures to begin with? Charles Hampden-Turner Neutral vs emotional cultures The Civilizing Process, Norbert Elias Specific vs diffuse cultures On why both ends of a cultural trait have benefits On why compromise is not necessarily the best solution Dilema reconciliation Universalism vs Particularism The dilemma of the car crash The ascension of China. Fons's recent book: "Has China Devised a Superior Path to Wealth Creation? The Role of Secular Values" Is individualism good? Relation to inequality Milton Friedman's 1970 New York Times article: “The Social Responsibility Of Business Is to Increase Its Profits” Explaining performance of organisations by their ability to reconcile dilemmas Charles Handy On the problem of jobs which add a lot of value to society but are poorly paid American individualism Examples of dilemma reconciliation Apple, Formula 1 Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) How to assess individual performance in more collectivist cultures? How to avoid free riders without measuring individual performance? Shame-based vs guilt cultures The case of the Portuguese culture Can you change a national culture? The case of Royal Dutch Shell The case of Lee Kuan Yew in Singapore Obrigado aos mecenas do podcast: Tomás Fragoso, Gonçalo Murteira Machado Monteiro, Nuno Costa, Francisco Hermenegildo, Mário Lourenço, Carlos Seiça Cardoso, José Luís Malaquias, Tiago Leite, Carlos Martins, Corto Lemos, Margarida Varela, Filipe Bento Caires, Miguel Marques, Galaró family, Nuno e Ana, João Ribeiro, Miguel Vassalo, Bruno Heleno Gonçalo Matos, Emanuel Gouveia, Ricardo Santos, Ricardo Duarte, Ana Sousa Amorim, Manuel Martins, Sara Mesquita, Francisco Sequeira Andrade, ChaosSeeker , Gabriel Sousa, Gil Nogueira, Luis Brandão Marques, Abílio Silva, Joao Saro, Tiago Neves Paixão, Daniel Correia, Rita Mateus, António Padilha, Tiago Queiroz, Carmen Camacho, João Nelas, Francisco Fonseca, Diogo Sampaio Viana, José Soveral, André Oliveira, Andreia Esteves, João Bernardino, Luís Costa, Ana Teresa Mota, Isabel Oliveira, Arune Bhuralal Rui Baldaia, Joana Margarida Alves Martins, Luis Marques, Hugo Correia, Duarte , Francisco Vasconcelos, Telmo , Jose Pedroso, MANNA Porto, José Proença, Carlos Manuel Lopes de Magalhães Lima, Maria Francisca Couto, joana Antunes, Nelson Poças, Francisco López Bermúdez, Carlos Silveira, Diogo Rombo, Bruno Lamas, Fábio Mota, Vítor Araújo, João Pereira, Francisco Valente, Nuno Balsas, Jorge Amorim, Rui Vilão, João Ferreira, Luís Elias, José Losa, Hélder Moreira, Diogo Fonseca, Frederico Apolónia, André Abrantes, Henrique Vieira, João Farinha, Paulo Fernandes, Nuno Lages, João Diamantino, Vasco SÁ Pinto, Rui Carrilho, Luis Quelhas Valente, Tiago Pires, Mafalda Pratas, Renato Vasconcelos, João Raimundo, Francisco Arantes, Francisco dos Santos, Mariana Barosa, Marta Baptista Coelho, João Castanheira, Pedro , rodrigo Brazão, Nuno Gonçalves, Pedro Rebelo, Tomás Félix, Vasco Lima, Joao Pinto, João Moreira, José Oliveira Pratas, João Diogo Silva, Marco Coelho, Joao Diogo, Francisco Aguiar , Tiago Costa da Rocha, João Crispim, Paulo dos Santos, Abílio Mateus, João Pinho , Andrea Grosso, Miguel Lamela, Margarida Gonçalves, Afonso Martins, João Barbosa, Luis Filipe, Renato Mendes, António Albuquerque, Francisco Santos, juu-san, Fernando Sousa, Pedro Correia, MacacoQuitado, Paulo Ferreira, Gabriela, Nuno Almeida, Francisco Manuel Reis, Daniel Almeida, Albino Ramos, Inês Patrão, Patrícia Esquível , Diogo Silva, Miguel Mendes, Luis Gomes, Ana Batista, Alberto Santos Silva, Cesar Correia, Susana Ladeiro, Gil Batista Marinho, Filipe Melo, Cheila Bhuralal, Bruno Machado, Miguel Palhas, isosamep, Robertt , Pedro F. Finisterra, Cristiano Tavares, Pedro Vieira, Jorge Soares, Maria Oliveira, Bruno Amorim Inácio, Nuno , Wedge, Pedro Brito, Manuel Botelho da Silva, Ricardo Leitão, Vítor Filipe, João Bastos, Natália Ribeiro, Bernardo Pimentel, Pedro Gaspar, Hugo Domingues Esta conversa foi editada por: Martim Cunha Rego Bio: Dr. Fons Trompenaars is recognised around world for his work as consultant, trainer, motivational speaker and author of various books on all subjects of culture and business. He has spent over 30 years helping Fortune 500 leaders manage and solve their business and cultural dilemmas to increase global effectiveness and performance, particularly in the areas of globalisation, mergers and acquisition, HR and leadership development. Listed regularly as one of the world's most influential, living, management thinkers, he has been awarded the International Professional Practice Area Research Award by the American Society for Training and Development. Fons was voted one of the top 20 HR Most Influential International Thinkers 2011 by HR Magazine. He is also ranked in the Thinkers50 2011, 2013 and 2015 as being one of the most influential management thinkers alive. He was inducted in the Thinkers50 Hall of Fame in 2017 which salutes distinguished Management Thinkers and their contributions whose names and legacies are added to the ranks of those who have arrived before them. They are distinguished thinkers who have all made a lasting and vital impact on how organizations are led and managed. They are the giants upon whose shoulders managers and leaders stand. Fons joined Shell in 1981 and moved into the Personnel Division for Shell in Rotterdam. From 1985, he worked in job classification and management development at the Shell Research Laboratories in Amsterdam. In 1989 he founded the Centre for International Business Studies, a consulting and training organization for international management. Since 1998 we operate as Trompenaars Hampden-Turner. Fons Trompenaars has worked as a consultant for Shell, BP, ICI, Philips, Heineken, TRW, Mars, Motorola, General Motors, Nike, Cable and Wireless, CSM and Merrill Lynch. Fons wrote Riding the Waves of Culture, Understanding Cultural Diversity in Business. This book sold over 120,000 copies and was translated into 16 languages amongst them, French, German, Dutch, Korean, Danish, Turkish, Chinese, Hungarian and Portuguese. He is co-author amongst others of Nine Visions of Capitalism: Unlocking the Meanings of Wealth Creation and Rewarding Performance Globally.
Check out our sponsors: Paleo Valley: Visit paleovalley.com and enter code impact for 15% OFF your first order. MindPump: Download their FREE guide at fatlossimpact.com Blinkist: Go to https://blinkist.com/impact Try it FREE for 7 days and save 25% off your new subscription. Ten Thousand: Go to tenthousand.cc and enter code IMPACT to receive 15% off your purchase! So many people are easily trapped in the stories of their lives. Falling victim and feeling helpless is not about being weak or strong, but it is about self-awareness and making a mental shift to see what is possible. Stepping back and asking yourself, what is in your control and deciding how you want to respond is critical. Viktor Frankl says in his book, Man's Search for Meaning, “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Danny Trejo, an actor and Hollywood Icon, joins me today to discuss a few of the stories from his new memoir, Trejo. Hearing these stories should remind you that it never matters where you are or how you start in life, it only matters how you decide to respond. Yes it's hard, yes all excuses and reasons you have to not try and give up are valid, but ultimately the choice is yours to make. Danny's story is beyond inspiring when you see someone come from a mindset and situation that consumes and devours over 90% of the people engulfed in that life. Which really means, anything is possible and your potential is nearly limitless. Order Danny Trejo's new book, Trejo: https://bit.ly/trejolifebook SHOW NOTES: Boxing Champ | Danny shares his time in San Quentin Prison and being a boxing champ [1:12] No Love | Danny explains growing up with no love in the home born into the Trejo gang [2:28] Danny's Mentor | Learning life skills from a mentor that was criminal in same situation [3:09] Prison Life | Danny on surviving prison and being tough because of his uncle [5:56] Rehabilitated | Danny's gratitude for a troubled past and why he's as grateful as he is now [9:14] Confessions | Danny on why his book is so raw and not sugar coated, it's the real Trejo [10:19] Redemption | Danny on taking inventory and questioning his behaviors and his mottos [12:38] Taking Out Trash | Why Danny began taking out trash for old neighbors, new reputation [13:56] Service to Others | Danny on why helping others is so important to the way he lives [17:15] Arguments | Danny on the bottomline of arguing, not engaging and the toxicity of it [22:13] Legacy | Danny reveals the love is his family and the legacy that holds value for him [25:51] QUOTES: “I got a couple of scars from what I wasn't quick enough to duck. But you know what, it really showed me that I didn't want to get hit.” [2:04] “I've realized about prison, it's easy to be a big fish in a little pond” [6:00] “There's only two kinds of people in prison, there's predator, and there's prey, and you have to figure I'm gonna be a predator, or you'll be prey.” [6:31] “Remember that you're only sick as your secrets” [13:36] Follow Danny Trejo: Website: https://dannytrejo.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/officialDannyT Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialdannytrejo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialdannytrejo/?hl=en