Filmmaker, photographer and film studies scholar Haim Bresheeth-Žabner discusses his latest book, An Army Like No Other: How the Israel Defense Force Made a Nation (2020) analysing the IDF within the larger project political project of Zionism. Reflecting upon his parents who survived Auschwitz, his birth in Cinecittà in a displaced persons’ camp, to his childhood and formative years in Israel growing up in an Arab house in Jaffa, Bresheeth-Žabner explains how his life and family heritage have informed his political values with a deep understanding of being displaced. Bresheeth-Žabner criticises the unnecessary formation of the Israeli state to resolve the refugee crisis after the Second World War while contending that the creation of Israel was emblematic of a state “where the value system of the army becomes the value system of a nation” noting that the IDF was never a defensive army but instead one of aggression. Discussing how international powers led to the dispossession of an entire nation of its home and the conterminous destruction that is connected to the Nakba (النكبة), Bresheeth-Žabner notes how Zionism was implemented to control power bases within the Middle East. Discussing recent accusations of anti-Semitism within the British Labour Party, Bresheeth-Žabner ridicules the tactics of aligning criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism and details how he reported himself to the Labour Party as “anti-Semitic” according to its regulations two years before resigning from the party. Get full access to Savage Minds at savageminds.substack.com/subscribe
Today, my guest is producer, mix engineer, and artist Michael James. Michael has worked with Hole, L7, Robben Ford, A.J. Croce, and many others. This is Michael's second appearance on the show. In this episode, we discuss: Reflecting on Petaluma vs. Los Angeles Balance Pandemic Related Changes Fiber Internet Rogue Amoeba Zoom Dolby Atmos Alternator Records Shelter In Place Alternative Audio Business Tire Balancing Having Open Plans Small Town Strategies Room of 100 People Matt's Rant: Dolby Atmos Update Links and Show Notes Michael's Site Michaels Label Michael's New Record WCA #125 w/ Michael James WCA #211 w/ Jamison Durr WCA on Instagram Connect with Matt on Linkedin Current sponsors & promos Credits Guest: Michael James Host: Matt Boudreau Engineer: Matt Boudreau Producer: Matt Boudreau Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell Announcer: Chuck Smith
In this episode, Janelle James talks about the changing landscape of marketing, market research, and the role of both in innovation. Reflecting on her time as a Black woman in America throughout the various steps in her journey, from her MBA at Harvard to moving to Italy, Janelle sees intersectionality as a core tenet of creating something novel that resonates with larger-scale audiences and populations. Listen for advice on: Pressure testing your ideas with opposing audiences The changing importance of employee experience for companiesHow to apply intersectionality to the innovation processUsing qualitative research to create better productsLearn more:Janelle James(Guest): https://www.linkedin.com/in/janelleajames/Zoia Kozakov (Host): https://www.linkedin.com/in/zoia-kozakov/About WIN: Women in Innovation: https://www.womenininnovation.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The death of Gabby Petito has brought up a lot of my own feelings around surviving an abusive relationship. Even though this is a challenging and painful topic; I believe it is worth exploring. Inside of this short but powerful episode I talk about: The reality of leaving an abusive relationship. The reality of healing once you have left. What every survivor needs to know about a healing journey. If you have ever survived a toxic relationship, or know someone who has, this episode will be helpful to you. During the month of October, 2% of profit from all Empowered.Secure.Loved (E.S.L.) Relationship Program sales will be donated to The National Domestic Violence Hotline because we deeply care about making sure that women who are leaving abusive relationships get the support they need. Click HERE to apply today.
Sorry this episode is so late! As the story enters it's next chapter, there are only two people who could possibly help us predict where the story could go next! Pale_PredictR all stars LapsedClassicist and IMeasilyimpressed are here to help us reflect on arc 13 and figure out where we can go from here! You can read Pale here. Leave your thoughts on the episode. Leave your predictions here! Check out an index of Pale's chapters and our episodes here! Send us feedback on the show!
Though it's hard to believe, the 2021 Thee Generation Youth Summit has come to a close and we'd like to update you on how things went. From the exciting four-way competitions to the spiritual work God did in hearts, listen up as Dr. Jim and Bobby Bosler give the fresh rundown right from the lobby of the TGYS.If you didn't get a chance to make it to the TGYS this year or if you did but want to join us again next year, then mark October 12-14, 2022 in your calendars for our eighth annual Youth Summit in Menomonee Falls, WI! For more faith inspiring resources and information about joining Thee Generation, please visit theegeneration.org.
Reflecting over the last year and everything that I've learned being in Medical Device Sales. I'm so excited to bring you this episode because I've been able to learn so much over the past year Guide For Breaking into Medical Device Sales Ebook: https://newtomedicaldevicesales.squarespace.com/ New To Medical Device Sales: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/new-to-medical-device-sales/id1522512043 Website: https://www.newtomedicaldevicesales.com New to Medical Device Sales Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/newtomedicaldevicesales/ Jacob McLaughlin Fitness Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jm_fitness1/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacob-mclaughlin25/support
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During this episode Mishia gets back into the swing of things after taking time to love on herself and remember who she is and what she came to do! Episode 70 baby!!! Tune in to get inspired. Discover More with Mishia: https://linktr.ee/Mishia [Personal] Instagram: Namari Alexandrea (Mish) (@namarilifestyle) • Instagram photos and videos Instagram: Big Mish (@namari_a) • Instagram photos and videos Instagram: Namari Alexandrea (@everythingnamari) • Instagram photos and videos YouTube: Namari Hair - YouTubeSupport the show (Https://Cash.app/$everythingnamari)
Think back on your first years in the classroom and how we can all support those newest to the profession in this episode all about the first year of teaching! 3Ps in a Pod hosts Angelia and Kathleen start off sharing about their memories from their first years of teaching before welcoming Katee Hurst to the podcast. A first-year teacher, Hurst teaches second-grade at Faith Mathew Sossamon Elementary School in Queen Creek. As Angelia and Kathleen note, Hurst is the focus of a series of Arizona K12 Center blog posts this year about her first year of teaching. You can find the first post of that series at this linkand last year's series following then first-year teacher Brianna Winiesdorffer at this link. Hurst shares about how her year is going so far and the variety of ways different mentors are supporting her. She shares her insights about what she has learned so far in her first year of teaching full time and what advice she has for both pre-service teachers currently in undergraduate programs. She also reflects with Angelia and Kathleen with how she works to stay positive during the challenging days. Find information about upcoming Beginning Teacher Series events at azk12.org/events. Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.
In September-October 2021, SSEAC Stories will be hosting a mini-series of podcasts exploring the role that research plays in understanding and advocating for human rights in Southeast Asia. For the final episode in the series, Dr Thushara Dibley is joined by Emeritus Professor Peter Windsor who brings to light how research improving animal health and production is intrinsically linked to human rights issues. Reflecting on his extensive field-based research on transboundary livestock disease in the Greater Mekong Region, he argues that through training on biosecurity practices, animal vaccination programs and nutritional interventions, rural households were able to prevent disease transmission and increase their livestock productivity, making farm production more sustainable. With higher income levels, local families' livelihoods were improved. This enables better access to human rights, such as access to safe housing, access to healthcare, and access to knowledge and education, amongst others. About Peter Windsor: Peter Windsor is Professor Emeritus in the University of Sydney's School of Veterinary Science since 2014. Peter worked extensively for NSW Agriculture in several roles including diagnostic pathology and livestock disease research and management. In 1998, he undertook a 19-month appointment to the Food Agriculture Organisation in Naga City, in the Bicol region of the Philippines, that eventually led to the successful eradication of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD). Peter joined the University of Sydney in 2002, where he had a diverse range of teaching, research and administrative roles. His current research portfolio includes applied field-based projects on ruminant health and production problems in Southeast Asia that aim to assist FMD control. He continues his field studies on improving food security in developing countries and animal welfare in production systems, as well as reproductive, congenital, neurological and genetic disease research. For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre's website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Welcome back to a new episode of Life After Corporate! In this episode we're going to be unpacking scarcity. We will be learning how to open up the flow of revenue in your business by changing your views about money, and have awareness about how much you actually deserve to receive. This is going to be one juicy episode my friend, so make sure to tune in until the end and get ready to start thinking about wealth and money in a whole new way! [00:01 - 03:04] Opening Segment Welcome to today's episode I share a listener review Let's unpack scarcity [03:05 - 23:16] Shifting from Scarcity to Abundance Scarcity starts from childhood This mindset is reinforced in the corporate world Having an entrepreneur's roadmap Creating wealth and markets Start thinking like an owner Standing out with a unique message Attracting like-minded clients How do you think about opportunities Match the frequency of your clients Shifting from struggle to abundance Be aware of your thoughts Purging your mental Closet Entrepreneurs invest in their own success Invest in a program to shift your mindset Energy shift Reflecting your money mindset when you were younger Awareness of how your past experiences are affecting your mindset now Take our free Launch Lab Assessment through the links below [23:17- 25:59] Closing Segment Let's recap what you learned on this episode Join my Stand Out Webinars, see links below Final words Resources Mentioned: Take our FREE Launch Lab Assessment! Sign up to my Stand Out Webinars Tweetable Quotes: “Your thought energy would be attracting people to you, who also shared in that abundance mindset and who are eager to work with you.” - Deb Boulanger “Getting your mind clear is the single most important skill for you to develop as an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs come from an abundant mindset.” - Deb Boulanger SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A FIVE-STAR REVIEW and share this podcast to other growing entrepreneurs! Get weekly tips on how to create more money and meaning doing work you love and be one of the many growing entrepreneurs in our community. CLICK HERE to join our private Facebook Group! Connect with me on Instagram, LinkedIn, or checkout our website at www.lifeaftercorporatepodcast.com!
**** This episode contains a story of loss and may be triggering **** Today I am sharing a deeply personal story about how the garden has been a place of connection and healing for me. For most of my life, the garden has been the place I felt so incredibly safe and held. After years of working on healing, I have identified why this is. For my early years, my grandfather grew a garden and I spent year after year with him there. Then we lost him quickly to cancer. It shook my world in ways I never knew. So today I am sharing this story and how by acknowledging the hard things we can find a space to grow and connect. The garden for me reminds me not just of him, but of a space that is safe and comforting. He inspired me to get my hands in the soil and find value in the simplest things, but the garden has also become a space that I hold precious because I can return to those times with him on those warm sunny days. That said, I used this episode to offer space for you to reflect on the parts of your story that may be hard or challenging but show how we can rebuild them into something beautiful. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cj explains how one bad concussion gave him lasting effects for over a year. And how that lead him to the start of the CboysTV Youtube Channel. Main channel: @CboysTV www.cboystv.com CJ Lotzer Started CboysTV From The Darkest Time of His Life CboysTV listeners get 10% off of your first month at https://betterhelp.com/wideopen Thanks to Betterhelp for sponsoring this episode! Right now, Life Wide Open listeners can get 15% off their Raycon order at buyracon.com/wideopen. Follow us on Instagram @cboystv and @lifewideopenpodcast Chapters: Intro 0:00 Evan Destroyed 2 Rental Dirtbikes 3:00 Idaho Adventure 5:20 CJ LOVES Beermosas 10:40 Is Overthinking Good or Bad? 14:00 Reflecting from the past versus looking back 24:45 Raycon 29:45 Brain Injuries altered CJs life 31:20 Losing Hope 48:30 How CboysTV gave CJ a Goal to work for 52:35 Getting Back to Living Life 59:00 Cj Dreamed of Being a Youtuber 1:07:50 Our Only Deleted Video 1:10:00 Looking up to Other Creators + Businessmen 1:12:00 CJ Is a Creator 1:15:00 Put in the work early 1:22:50 Find a Purpose 1:26:10 Comment Someone We Should Have On The Podcast 1:30:00 Peace 1:31:50 Support the show: https://www.cboystv.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Farm Bill is due to be voted on again in 2022, and there are some significant updates that are expected to be included, like redefinitions of the term "THC", limits on the amount of THC that can be in hemp, and more! Are you prepared for the potential changes that the hemp industry may face in the next couple of years? In this episode Founder of Panacea Plant Sciences and Ziese Farms, David Heldreth Jr., joins me for a candid discussion as we reflect on the past and present of the hemp industry. Learn more about Panacea Plant Sciences at https://panaceaplantsciences.net/ Learn more about Ziese Farms at https://ziesefarms.com/ Stay curious, and take it easy!
While each running of the marathon is special in its own way, will this year's have a particular place in history? And will there be lessons learned for the next marathon in just a few months' time?
Reflecting back on your childhood can be both emotional and encouraging. While sharing his past, Zachary Foust challenges you to do the same as you embark on your journey for success. Learn more about BoomTown: boomtownroi.com/5amcall
How is the economy going to change now that we're in the fourth quarter of 2021? Is it still going to be like the last 3 quarters or not? How will it impact our economy in 2022 and the coming few years? There has been a lot of uncertainty in how things are happening, which is leading to market volatility. In this episode of the Secure Your Retirement podcast, we have Andrew Opdyke, a Certified Financial Advisor, Economist at First Trust Advisor. Listen in to learn how the current state after COVID is impacting our economy, inflation, and unemployment. In this episode, find out: · Reflecting on the first and second quarter of the year and how the third and fourth look like. · How housing consumption and rent prices impact inflation. · The likelihood of reacceleration in inflation numbers in the coming years. · Andrew compares 2021 to 2013 and why uncertainty in different areas will cause market volatility. · Why the employment healing is going to take the market a few years to recover. · The minimal impact of the Chinese fund Evergrande on the US economy and S&P companies. · Why US partisan politics are likely going to be the next volatility. · Why Andrew is excited about the impact of the potential innovation in the US. Tweetable Quotes: · “Uncertainty, in general, is the key driver of volatility in the market.”- Andrew Opdyke · “As we move through the fourth quarter and the beginning of next year, we could see reacceleration on the inflation numbers.”- Andrew Opdyke Get in Touch with Andrew: · LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewopdyke/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewopdyke/) Resources: If you are in or nearing retirement and you want to gain clarity on what questions you should be asking, learn what the biggest retirement myths are, and identify what you can do to achieve peace of mind for your retirement, get started today by requesting our complimentary video course, Four Steps to Secure Your Retirement! To access the course, simply visit https://pomwealth.net/3-keys-to-secure-your-retirementlp/ (POMWealth.net/podcast.)
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” ― Henry David Thoreau. This weekend's writing - journaling - assignment. Some questions about your 2021. Join the author conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/inkauthors/ Learn more about YDWH and catch up on old episodes: www.yourdailywritinghabit.com
This is the 126th episode of the "Talk That Talk Show", hosted by Barry Holmes. Holmes delivers another quality episode, discussing sports, society and culture! Is Squid Game Worth The Hype?Long Term Goals Require Short Term ActionsCalifornia First To Make "Stealthing" Illegal18 NBA Players Found Guilty Of Insurance FraudNew Era "Sun Fade Collection"NFL Week 5 Pick Em'Special shout out to our sponsors:Sky Dye Socks Ink ParlorAir We AreMaria Bruscianelli & Joe SnowMusic: Zeshan Abbas (Vitamin Z)
We discuss the name change and how our views have evolved over the last 100 episodes. We're reflecting on how far we've come on our own journeys, what it really takes to de-condition the diet brain, and why it's not about how many carbs you eat when it comes to sustainably losing weight. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.maggiesterling.com/post/reflecting-on-100-episodes HILO life: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08XZKKTV5?maas=maas_adg_D0737672F57AE33B20FDF1B035852567_afap_abs&ref_=aa_maas www.vibewithmaggie.com https://www.instagram.com/burnfatwithyourbrain www.instagram.com/maggiesterling www.instagram.com/ryansterling
To earn money in business, you must first gain your customers' trust which is quite difficult; you must discover multiple ways to delight your clients. A customer will also be pleased in your business if you know how to value and care for them. But how are you going to do it?In this episode, Brandon Schoen will share how to find every opportunity to delight your customers. Have an extra mile to go above and beyond to achieve extraordinary results in your business.Listen to this episode now and learn how you can delight customers and grow your business!Highlights:[01:43] How important is it to push reviews for your business in achieving results?[08:05] Reflecting the story of a man's donut business on the importance of caring for your customers[09:17] Word of Mouth: How Powerful Is It in Growing One's Business?[10:23] What is the book "Extreme Ownership" all about?[11:18] Having a mindset of "How can we maximize results?"[12:49] What are the steps to go beyond the extra mile in your business?[16:42] What should be the mindset to be cultivated to grow your business?Link:Profit CleanersBook:Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif BabinPeople Mentioned: Gary Vaynerchuk Quotes:"Caring is the best marketing""Be genuine and interested to your customers, be going above and beyond in your business"" Every time you talk to a customer, pretend that whatever you're saying to them, it's gonna become a billboard social media""As an entrepreneur, you got to be uncomfortable to turn into big things"
Over the last 51 episodes, Disrupted has taken a critical look at our country, our democracy, and our culture. From the world of fashion and hair, to the politics of NASCAR and sports activism, our show has asked difficult questions and attempted to understand our changing world. This week on Disrupted, we celebrate our one year anniversary by talking to our first guest, Eddie Glaude Jr. GUESTS: Eddie Glaude Jr.- James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and Chair of African American Studies at Princeton University. He's an MSNBC contributor and was a recent recipient of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Prize for his book Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and its Urgent Lesson for our Own. Disrupted is produced by James Szkobel-Wolff, Zshekinah Collier, and Catie Talarski. And this year wouldn't have been possible without help from Anna Elizabeth, Daniela Luna, Meg Fitzgerald, Vanessa De La Torre, Tim Rassmussen, and the legendary producer Mr. Phat on the Track for our theme song. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We hope our September “Encounter Sunday” was meaningful to all who spent a bit of your morning with us! We loved getting to gather in more of a big family circle, singing and praying together over different projects happening on CityServe Day (October 2) and for the organizations those projects will be serving, getting to hear Rachel Thomas share about her time ministering in Europe, and Rachel Leonhart share some of her story so we could get to know her better. Reflecting on, remembering, and celebrating all the ways God is moving in our city and our personal lives led us right into a time of communion together in remembrance of Jesus and all He has done and continues to do. We love that our kids and youth re-join us for this time so we can partake of communion all together as one big church family once a month.
Join us this week on the Beyond The Lines Podcast as hosts Jon Miller, Clayton Eddleman, and DJ Heyward reflect on the past couple of episodes on Suicide Prevention, Addiction, and Central Christian Church's Through The Valley series.Show Notes:How to Best Love People Dealing with Addiction: https://youtu.be/TIG2fop0QfEHow to Talk to Someone Considering Suicide: https://youtu.be/wQJYOvDFee4Through The Valley Series: https://www.centralaz.com/messages/through-the-valley-youre-not-aloneLisa Jernigan Episode: https://youtu.be/ZMjoBsl9_6QRooted: https://www.centralaz.com/rootedSonya's Rooted Testimony: https://vimeo.com/528446158Support the show (https://www.centralaz.com/Give)
Over 40 years ago, back in 1980, a school teacher named Richard Sorin was sweating over a hot piece of hand-cut welded steel in a small 2 car garage. He had already taught the scholastic weightlifting club that morning, followed by AM bus duty, 8 hours of gym class, PM bus duty (for extra money that was used to eventually start his business), and then the jogging club for the teaching staff. Following the school day, he would tear across town to make it to the steel yard before it closed, strap steel to the roof of a 1974 Toyota Land Cruiser, and drive back across town to get started with his new business and dream... Sorin Exercise Equipment. You see, he loved to lift weights, and with a background of collegiate track and field and national level Olympic weightlifting, he knew his way around a weight room. What he did not have, was access to any super-strong, customizable, sport specific weightlifting equipment. Nothing on the market at the time was good enough for him. He was tired of the bar being set so low by weightlifting equipment manufacturers, so he did the only thing he could think of. He made his own. In this Episode of Barbell Shrugged: Strength training before information Developing a strength focused mindset The difference between old school and new school strength athletes How strength is the primary focus for improvement in life Reflecting on a life in strength Connect with our guests: Anders Varner on Instagram Doug Larson on Instagram Coach Travis Mash on Instagram ———————————————— Diesel Dad Mentorship Application: https://bit.ly/DDMentorshipApp Diesel Dad Training Programs: http://barbellshrugged.com/dieseldad Training Programs to Build Muscle: https://bit.ly/34zcGVw Nutrition Programs to Lose Fat and Build Muscle: https://bit.ly/3eiW8FF Nutrition and Training Bundles to Save 67%: https://bit.ly/2yaxQxa Please Support Our Sponsors Organifi - Save 20% using code: “Shrugged” at organifi.com/shrugged BiOptimizers Probitotics - Save 10% at bioptimizers.com/shrugged
It's been 25 years since South Africa last lifted a major piece of silverware and in this show we hear from the man who captained the team to that momentous success Neil Tovey. Tovey reflects on the 1996 AFCON success, his conversations with Nelson Mandela, and gives his perspective on why he thinks Sundowns has surpassed Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates in most aspects of performance. Co-hosts: Zayn Nabbi (@sportsguyzayn) and Courtney Freese (Former PSL winner)Guest: Neil Tovey (former South Africa captain) Subscribe above to ensure you never miss a videoPodcast: https://shows.acast.com/on-the-whistle YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCALlaAECXkSO97ttqjPvhqA Follow on IG: https://www.instagram.com/otw_podcast/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/otw_podcast?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onthewhistlepodcast Talk to us on WhatsApp: +447908 790 474Episode Notes 00:00 – Reflecting on the AFCON success in 1996 05:00 – Getting inspired by the great Nelson Mandela 14:15 – A “nuts” superstition 17:45 – Present Bafana squad not competitive enough 23:00 – Do Kaizer Chiefs need to overhaul their leadership structure? 33:15 – A return to football management? Duration: 36:05 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Utah is dealing with the horrific tragedy of losing Aaron Lowe. Cameron, Ryan, and Scott offer their views of the season so far and reflect on this Ute program dealing with so much adversity. They nit on where the program is today and what tomorrow might look like as Utah gets ready to take on conference rival USC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us as we reflect on our silver anniversary and what we have learned over the last 25 years of marriage. | "It takes just a moment for me to tell you I love you but I will spend a lifetime trying to prove it. " —Anonymous Do You Need Personal Help to Improve Your Marriage? Talking about your marriage can be a sensitive topic. Words can be taken the wrong way and suddenly you have an argument on your hands. You want to help your marriage yet you find yourself hurting it (and each other). It's amazing how the little things can hurt your marriage...Or big things that you don't even realize are happening. Problems are swept under the rug and ignored until someone asks for a divorce. Apply for Coaching with Alisa Today Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lindsay is a coach, author, speaker, and lifelong athlete. She is an Olympic gold medalist, a three-time World Champion, five-time World Cup medalist, and a National Rowing Hall of Fame inductee. Lindsay lives in Florida, where she daily seeks to mentor, inspire, and improve the lives of others by sharing her knowledge of health and wellness along with her journey of self-discovery from ultimate defeat, to Olympic gold. Think of any sport, and Lindsay played it growing up. She was a driven athlete, good student, and happy teenager. But when she went to college, everything changed. She quit basketball, gained weight, and skipped classes. Her drive was gone. After a sleepless night and fateful turn of events, Lindsay made the decision to become her best self. She discovered rowing, and the sport became her outlet for transformation. In just one year she became an NCAA Division-I All-American; in four, she broke a world record and won her first World Championship. Within six years, Lindsay won Olympic gold. In Better Great Than Never, Lindsay shows you how to seize your full potential by removing self-imposed limitations. She demonstrates how to embrace every step, good and bad, to find greatness. For Lindsay, life isn't about winning. As long as you learn throughout your journey, you can never lose. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Show notes Being based in Miami Beach Florida Working in Ocean Rescue Being an athlete and an educator Dreaming about the Olympics… Being very sporty from a young age and playing a whole variety of different sports Graduating from high school at 17 Going to the University of Virginia Stumbling across rowing in her junior year at rowing Not feeling confident at playing sports at college level Being tall at school and feeling awkward while growing up Falling in love with rowing Why there is always something that you can be improving in What motivates Lindsay How sports psychologists played a role in her rowing Learning from every opportunity Being self reflective and being intrinsically motivated What does it take to achieve at these high levels What training was involved Her first day or rowing practice Learning to be accountable to ourselves, our equipment and to one another Why sleep was the most important thing Wiring a book about her story and being able to reflect back on her journey Staying injury free for 7.5 years Removing as much stress as possible Keeping detailed training logs Sleeping for 10 hrs a night and taking naps during the day Starting rowing January 2002 and winning medals a few years later Even through it was hard, it was fun Knowing what her role was in the boat Being the connector The Beijing Olympic Games Why it's just another race Go out and do what you do Doing extra deep breathing to relax What it was like sitting at the start line Why nerves on the start line are a good thing 6 mins - 6 secs Getting into a flow state and just feeling Reflecting back on the journey the luxury of being an athlete Where you can find Lindsay on the Socials Having a middle name “Dare” Advice for other women who want to dare to be great Why her advice is Patience Staying Patience, Positive & Determined throughout the process Finding the one thing and to do well Social Media Website: www.lindsaydareshoop.com Instagram: @LindsayDareShoop Youtube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCQEzWRsCnke6ws_wJTKg8uQ/about Book: Better Great Than Never: Believing It's Possible Is Where Champions Begin
Welcome to the latest episode of From a Certain Point of View! Adam returns to the mic this week just in time to reflect on Daniel Craig's era of 007 films! We start with Casino Royale and discuss the highs and lows of the last four Bond flicks, and speculate on what might lie ahead. Before that, we give our recommendations of the week, answer our Bond-themed One Question to Rule Them All, and talk about the news of the week! Thanks for tuning in, and we hope you enjoy the show! Get your FACPOV merchandise here! We are a proud member of the Red5 Network. Check out all the other awesome Red5 podcasts at red5network.com! Be sure to connect with us everywhere and keep the discussion flowing through the week! Website: https://fromacertainpointofview.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/certainpovpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/certainpovpod Facebook: www.facebook.com/FromACertainPOV/ Discord server: https://discord.gg/PrRA9vk Email: email@example.com Leave us a voicemail at: 724-901-1783 Our theme song was created by the amazingly talented Cam Ray. Be sure to visit and subscribe to his YouTube channel. Music for the news segment of our show was created by FoolBoyMedia. Visit their Facebook and drop them a like. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/facpov/message
As the regular season wraps up, Iggy explains the chaos that happened during the final regular games and how the Red Sox made it into the Wild Card game against the Yankees. Iggy and special guests Chad Jennings - Red Sox writer for The Athletic, Chris Cotillo- Red Sox beat writer for MassLive, Gabby Hurlbut- Host of Boston Balling & Jordan Moore - Social Engagement Coordinator for The Athletic explain their favorite moments of the 2021 season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bosoxtalk/support
On this episode we talked about: (9:40) Destigmatizing mental health and thinking outside of the box (11:11) Faith (15:40) Seeing potential (21:33) Energy takes time to move (25:16) Reflecting your worthiness (38:40) Letting your emotions flow through you (56:00) The body talk (01:06:00) Commitment "No matter how hard you try, you cannot make some else happy. You can love them, you can support them. You can be there for them when they're going through a hard time but you can't fix it for them." "I stand here today knowing oh yea, I'm gonna get depressed at some point in my life. No fear, just total acceptance." -------------------- About Scout: Scout Sobel is the founder of Scout's Agency, co-host of the popular Okay Sis Podcast, and the bestselling author of The Emotional Entrepreneur. She is a trailblazer in the media industry for utilizing podcasts as a powerful form of PR. After starting Okay Sis, which focuses on female guests, Scout fell in love with spreading women's stories and identified the rising popularity and influence of podcasting. She started Scout's Agency with an emphasis in podcast PR for women entrepreneurs, podcasters, and brands. In 2.5 years, Scout's Agency has become the leading agency for getting women as guests on podcasts. Scout has also lived with bipolar disorder for the last 15 years. She was once unable to function in society but after finding entrepreneurship and taking radical responsibility over her emotions, she is now able to live a life of purpose. Her debut book The Emotional Entrepreneur provides the mindset and emotional tools she learned from managing her mental illness that have helped her succeed in business. The Emotional Entrepreneur hit #11 on Amazon for Women in Business and the Top 100 Charts for Entrepreneurship. Scout's Links: IG: @scoutsobel Website: https://www.scoutsobel.com Buy ‘The Emotional Entrepreneur': https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578951754 Connect with Amy: Empowered + Embodied Journey - www.amynatalieco.com/empoweredandembodied Download your FREE Guided Morning Ritual: https://amynatalieco.com/morningritual/ Join The Empowered Feminine FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/empoweredfemininecommunity/ Find me on Instagram: @amynatalieco Website: www.amynatalieco.com
ambit meets Wolverine on Earth-8096 and they both cause a lot of destruction from burning sacks of money, to blowing up sports cars! Join us as we discuss...Our reaction to the Many Saints of Newark and the latest and grimmest What If!Wondering who actually comes up with the numbers that label all the Marvel multiverses!We probably shouldn't be surprised at the overly complicated origins of Magma, right?Reflecting on the differences between original X-Men TAS and W&TXM (does the latter acronym exist?)Another solid episode of W&XM (better without the T?) and we hope you keep along for our never-ending ride of classic Marvel animation! The X-Men TAS Podcast is now on Twitch… click here to go to our page and follow and subscribe so you can join in on all the mysterious fun to be had! Also, make sure to subscribe to our podcast via Buzzsprout, iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Last but not least, follow Willie Simpson on Twitter and please join our Facebook Group!
Charlie delivers one of the most important speeches of the year in a visit to Harris County, Texas. Reflecting on the urgency of the border crisis, Charlie implores the state to take the crisis into its own hands and do what Joe Biden refuses to do: enforce the country's immigration laws. Charlie lays out the case for why bold, courageous actions by Texas will not only defy the federal government, but possibly restore America's constitutional order. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode of the pod, we take a moment to reflect on September 11th, 2001. The crew takes turns sharing their story from that day. Recoded 09.21.21 Watch the full episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/O-Hbu67rBB4
It's Intersectional Insights Birthday! Olivia and Raven get sentimental and share the realities and unexpected joys they experienced in their first year of podcasting, and discuss general lessons they learned from covering topics surrounding race, disability, and womanhood. Email us! email@example.com. Follow us! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcast/ Twitter @I_squaredpod https://twitter.com/I_SquaredPod Facebook page http://www.fb.me/ISquaredPod Discussion Summary: 01:07: Celebrating the podcast having made it a year. 02:01: History of how the podcast came about, growing pains, and shifts in responsibilities. 08:25: Sorting out differences in personalities and communication styles. 10:59: Learning the logistics of running a podcast. 17:23: Sharing information in a palatable way, swearing, and the emotional labor required for certain topics. 23:30: Raven shares what she loves most about podcasting. 27:13: Takeaways from podcasting about disability, black issues, and womanhood. 43:44: The future of the podcast. 46:24: Outro.
Brian's back, as he joins Joe to share his thoughts on the Steelers rough start to the 2021 NFL season. Reflecting back on the previous games, the hosts point to various aspects to determine if they stand a chance this Sunday as Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers square off for the first time since meeting […] Can the Steelers get their 2021 season back on track with a trip to Lambeau? appeared first on Steel City Underground.
Nick Robinson speaks to the leader of the Labour Party, Sir Keir Starmer, after his first in-person conference speech. The address, at around 90 minutes long, set out his vision for the UK and attracted some heckles from Jeremy Corbyn supporters. Credit: BBC
Have you ever been self-conscious about your leadership style? Or worried that your leadership doesn't fit the mold for what a leader “should” be? I feel this way all the time. Sometimes I feel like I'm really thriving in my leadership seat. Other days, I feel totally insecure that I'm not good enough and don't know what I'm doing. It's the realization that — shit. I'm not perfect. I can have one or twenty people on my team and it doesn't matter. I will ALWAYS be learning how to lead. In today's episode you'll hear: - Why it's OK to feel ROUGH around the edges in your leadership. - Why your leadership style doesn't have to adhere to typical STEREOTYPES. - How to own your IMPERFECTIONS while still being accountable to your growth. Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to my podcast? If the answer is no, I'd love for you to subscribe. Diary of a Doer is full of stories of business, some behind the scenes, and freaking amazing guests. If you're feeling really generous, I'd love for you to give me a review 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 me out a ton!
“Everybody who has ever run a marathon in the history of ever has run a first marathon. And I guarantee you that some of the concerns and doubts and fears that you or I had in our first marathon have crept into the minds of someone like Shalane Flanagan or Meb Keflezighi in the weeks and days and hours before they ran their first marathon.” Every year at races like the New York City Marathon and the Fifth Avenue Mile, dozens of professional runners assemble for their shot at glory. And in New York City, Sam Grotewold is the guy who brings them all together. As the director of professional athletes for New York Road Runners, it's Sam's job to recruit the professional fields at major events like the TCS New York City Marathon, the New York City Half, the Mini 10K, and the New Balance Fifth Avenue Mile. And on this episode, the self-proclaimed “running and track nerd” explains how he makes that happen. With more than 20 years of experience, Sam knows the wooing process well. Here, he shares his goals for the recruitment process, how he measures success in his role, and how this year's New York City Marathon field (which features professional runners from 25 countries and territories) came together. Plus, he shares some of his best stories from his time with the pros, and tells which athlete he reached out to first as he was assembling this year's NYCM field. SPONSOR: AfterShokz — Visit ontherun.aftershokz.com for 15% off wireless headphones. What you'll get on this episode: All about Sam's role in the New Balance Fifth Avenue Mile (5:30) On getting the athletes to the start line (19:00) How Sam got his job (21:30) How Sam assembles the fields of professional athletes (29:40) The narrative for this year's TCS New York City Marathon (33:45) Sam's process for recruiting athletes (39:00) Sam's favorite thing about New York City Marathon week (46:15) What goes into the contracts for professional athletes (48:50) On schmoozing, socializing, and spreadsheets (51:20) What New York City Marathon day is like for Sam — plus some of his best race day stories! (56:00) Reflecting on the past year and a half at New York Road Runners (1:08:00) Follow Sam: Twitter @nyrr_pro Instagram @s.grotewold Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!