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The Doug Gottlieb Show
Hour 3 - The reason there is one black head coach remaining in the NFL

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 46:42


Given the fact that there is one black head coach remaining in the NFL, Doug explains why that is and how racism is a factor but it is not the huge factor that other media outlets would try and have you believe. Doug gives you the five teams you should bet on in the NFL this weekend. Former NFL quarterback Brandon Weeden joins Doug to talk about the quarterback matchups in the first week of the NFL playoffs. Plus, Isaac Lowenkron takes Doug through the Friday edition of "The Press". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Cougar Tracks
BYU football's remaining needs in the Transfer Portal

Cougar Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 14:40


The latest in the ever-evolving Transfer Portal. What direction does BYU go, if at all? Subscribe to the Cougar Tracks Podcast! Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-tracks/id1146971609 Google Play: https://kslsports.com/category/podcast_results/?sid=2035&n=Cougar%20Tracks Download the KSL Sports app Google: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bonneville.kslsports&hl=en_US iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ksl-sports/id1435930251 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Calming Anxiety
Remaining positive

Calming Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 8:59


Hello and welcome to Martin Hewlett's Calming Anxiety.Continuing with January's theme of continued focus and positivity. 5 Minutes of mindfulness, to reconnect mind, body and soul and start understanding those small steps to take every day. Gift the app to a loved one, friend or colleague - https://www.martinhewlett.co.uk/shop/calming-anxiety-gift-subscription/Try out the new , beautiful and simple breathing challenge to help you relax. https://www.martinhewlett.co.uk/breathing-challenge/3 Hour sleep session - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qt9980lDLugDon't forget to download app.... Calming Anxiety for IOS - https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/calming-anxiety/id1576159331Calming Anxiety for Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=digital.waterfront.calming.anxiety&hl=en-GBPlease download and enjoy. Our 3 minute meditation playlist on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIEHBjIeSUViM_0g-Lq_jQBcTc8kl1123After listening to today's show why not watch this short clip from my YouTube channel all about this wonderful blend of mindfulness that is Calming Anxiety. https://youtu.be/lA53v6GOLL4Wim Hof - The Ice Man links - https://youtu.be/tybOi4hjZFQ https://www.youtube.com/user/wimhof1/videosTry our "3 minute meditation" on our YouTube channel, a coffee break for the soul - https://youtu.be/Hwu6Iw5aEjAThis is our lovely new visual meditation guide, please do subscribe and like. (it would really help)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMZpos7vRjg&t=56sMy chosen charity , just $1 will buy 1 treated anti malaria net. For helping to fight against malaria - https://www.againstmalaria.com/ If you have found benefit from my podcast I do have a "buy me a coffee" page which helps to fund the hosting costs and all the time. :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/calminganxietyIf you have an Alexa device at home its now as simple as "Alexa, play the Calming Anxiety Podcast" All your favourite shows (over 600) now even easier to access. Please do think about our members page, a place where we have all your regular shows but advert free and bonus content that I am adding to weekly.For only $5.00 !! (Crazy cheap) you also get bonus content, longer shows for insomnia, deeper relaxation shows and monthly "ask me anything".It would also really help as I can then write more for more people around the world. There is also huge discounts on our future courses. Please click here to join our fan page - https://calminganxietypodcast.supercast.tech/Listen to the show and then leave me a voice message here with your tips... - https://www.speakpipe.com/calminganxietyI am always open to requests and tips as I try to help as many people as possible . My email is calminganxiety@martinhewlett.co.ukIf you feel like you need more help but don't want to see a therapist in person then why not check out our online course - https://courses.martinhewlett.co.uk/courses/banishanxietyIf you have found benefit in any of our podcasts then it would really help if you could subscribe as well to our YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/martinhewlett?sub_confirmation=1Finally, if you are ready to learn more about meditation and self hypnosis we have an eBook - Calming Anxiety - A New Way of Thinking. It comes with 5 guided sessions to listen to and shows you how to learn to relax deeply. https://www.martinhewlett.co.uk/resources/ Its free !!!For one on one Zoom hypnotherapy sessions to help with anxiety and insomnia to confidence and coping with bad habits email hypnotherapy@martinhewlett.co.ukand , for our range of T-shirts and hoodies. www.martinhewlett.co.uk/shopand finally, in everything you do, just be kind .Backing Music by Chris Collins

On Iowa Podcast
First look at Iowa football 2022: Thoughts on new Big Ten schedule, key returners, remaining questions | Hawk Off The Press

On Iowa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 38:44


After a 10-win 2021, the Hawk Off The Press podcast takes its first look at the 2022 Iowa football season on a new episode with The Gazette's https://twitter.com/jsteppe1 (John Steppe) and The Des Moines Register's https://twitter.com/SkinnyKenny_ (Kennington Lloyd Smith III). The news of the day https://www.thegazette.com/hawkeye-football/hawkeyes-to-open-2022-big-ten-slate-with-rutgers-after-conference-shuffles-schedule/ (is an adjusted Big Ten schedule). How does the shuffling help or hurt Iowa? Plus, a look at key returners for the Hawkeyes, the remaining question marks and what expectations should be considering the schedule. Last week's episode was a video exclusive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8ZhoHXRtkU (Watch John break down three key plays from the Hawkeyes' Citrus Bowl loss to Kentucky).

Greater Than Code
266: Words Carry Power – Approaching Inclusive Language with Kate Marshall

Greater Than Code

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 58:04


01:48 - Kate's Superpower: Empathy * Absorbing Energy * Setting Healthy Energetic Boundaries * Authenticity * Intent vs Impact 10:46 - Words and Narratives Carry Power; Approaching Inclusive Language * Taking Action After Causing Harm * Get Specific, But Don't Overthink * Practice Makes Progress * Normalize Sharing Pronouns * No-CodeConf (https://webflow.com/nocodeconf) * No-CodeSchool (https://nocodeschool.co/) * Gender Expresion Does Not Always Equal Gender Identity 21:27 - Approaching Inclusive Language in the Written Word * Webflow Accessibility Checklist (https://webflow.com/accessibility/checklist) * Asking For Advice * Do Your Own Research/Work 29:18 - Creating Safe Places, Communities, and Environments * Absorbing and Asking * Authenticity (Cont'd) * Adaptation to Spaces * Shifting Energy 42:34 - Building Kula (https://kulayogadenver.com/) While Working in Tech * Community Care, Mutual Aid-Centered Model * Using Privilege to Pave the Way For More People * Alignment Reflections: John: The dichotomy between perfectionism and authenticity. Arty: Words carry power. Kate: Having an open heart is how you can put any of this into action. This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep (https://twitter.com/therubyrep) of DevReps, LLC (http://www.devreps.com/). To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode (https://www.patreon.com/greaterthancode) To make a one-time donation so that we can continue to bring you more content and transcripts like this, please do so at paypal.me/devreps (https://www.paypal.me/devreps). You will also get an invitation to our Slack community this way as well. Transcript: PRE-ROLL: Software is broken, but it can be fixed. Test Double's superpower is improving how the world builds software by building both great software and great teams. And you can help! Test Double is hiring empathetic senior software engineers and DevOps engineers. We work in Ruby, JavaScript, Elixir and a lot more. Test Double trusts developers with autonomy and flexibility at a remote, 100% employee-owned software consulting agency. Looking for more challenges? Enjoy lots of variety while working with the best teams in tech as a developer consultant at Test Double. Find out more and check out remote openings at link.testdouble.com/greater. That's link.testdouble.com/greater. JOHN: Welcome to Greater Than Code. I'm John Sawers and I'm here with Arty Starr. ARTY: Thanks, John. And I'm here with our guest today, Kate Marshall. Kate is a copywriter and inclusivity activist living in Denver. Since entering tech 4 years ago, she's toured the marketing org from paid efforts to podcast host, eventually falling in love with the world of copy. With this work, she hopes to make the web a more welcoming place using the power of words. Outside of Webflow, you'll find Kate opening Kula, a donation-based yoga studio, and bopping around the Mile High City with her partner, Leah. Welcome to the show, Kate. KATE: Hi, thank you so much! ARTY: So we always start our shows with our famous first question. What is your superpower and how did you acquire it? KATE: My superpower, I've been thinking about this. My superpower is empathy. It can also be one of my biggest downfalls [laughs], which I actually think happens more often than not with any superpower. I once heard from a child, actually, they always seem to know best that too much of the good, good is bad, bad. [laughter] So it turns out sometimes too much empathy can be too overwhelming for my system, but it has really driven everything that I've done in my career and my personal life. As for how I acquired it, I don't know that you can really acquire empathy. I think it's just something you have, or you don't. I've always been extremely intuitive and if you're going through something, it's likely that I can feel it. So I think I'm just [laughs] I hate to steal Maybelline's line, but I think I was born with it. JOHN: You talked about having a downside there and I've heard – and I'm curious, because most people talk about empathy as a positive thing and wanting more people to develop more empathy, but I'd to love hear you talk a little bit more about what you see the downsides are. KATE: Yeah. As someone who struggles with her own mental health issues, it can be really overwhelming for me to really take on whatever it is you're going through. Especially if it's a loved one, you tend to care more about what they're feeling, or what they're going through and an empath truly does absorb the energy of what's happening around them. So although, it does influence a lot of the work that I do, both in my full-time career and opening my yoga studio and everything in between, it's also hard sometimes to set those boundaries, to set healthy, really energetic boundaries. It's hard enough to voice your boundaries to people, but setting energetic boundaries is a whole other ballgame. So it can tend to feel overwhelming at times and bring you down if the energy around you is lower than what you want it to be. ARTY: So what kind of things do you do to try and set healthy, energetic boundaries? KATE: Ah. I do a lot of what some people would call, including myself, woo-woo practices. [chuckles] Obviously, I practice yoga. I teach yoga. I'm super passionate about holistic, or energetic healing so I go to Reiki regularly. I'm in therapy, talk therapy. All of those things combined help me build this essentially an energetic shield that I can psych myself up to use any time I'm leaving the apartment. If it feels a high energy day, or if I'm meeting up with a friend who I know is going through something, I really have to set those boundaries is. Same thing kind of at work, too. So much of the time that we spend in our lives is spent at work, or interacting with coworkers or colleagues and same thing. Everyone's going through their own journey and battles, and you have to carry that energetic shield around you wherever you go. JOHN: One way I've often thought about having those sort of boundaries is the more I know who I am, the more what the limits of me are and the barrier between me and the universe is. So the work that I do, which includes therapy and other things, to understand myself better and to feel like I know what's me and what's not me, helps me have those boundaries. Because then I know if there's something going on with someone else and I can relate to it, but not get swept up by it. KATE: Yeah. It's so funny you say that because I was actually just having a conversation with a friend a couple weeks ago that has really stuck with me. I was kind of feeling like I was messing up, essentially. Like I was not fully able to honor, or notice all of the triggers of the people around me. I think especially at the end of the year and as a queer person who is surrounded by queer community, it can be really tough around the holidays. So that energy can just be generally more charged and I was finding it difficult to reconcile with my idea of perfection in that I really want to honor every person around me who has triggers, who has boundaries that maybe haven't been communicated, and it almost feels like you're almost always crossing some sort of line, especially when you're putting those perfectionism expectations on yourself. My friend was like, “I don't think it's as much about being perfect at it as much as it is feeling like you're being authentically yourself and really authentically interacting with those people.” I don't know if I can really voice what the connection is between being able to honor triggers and boundaries of the people around you and feeling like your authentic self, but there's something about it that feels really connected to me. As long as you're trying your best and feeling like you're coming from a place of love, or connection, or compassion, or empathy whatever feels most to you, that's really all we can do, right? JOHN: Yeah. I feel like that authenticity is such a tricky concept because the thoughts that you're having about wanting to be perfect and take care of everyone and make sure you're not triggering anybody and not stepping on any of your own things, that's also part of you that is authentically you. You may not want it to be that way, but it still is. [laughs]. ARTY: Yeah. JOHN: So I still don't have a really clear sense in my mind what authenticity really is. I think probably it settles down to being a little bit more in the moment, rather than up in the thinking, the judging, the worrying, and being able to be present rather than – [overtalk] ARTY: Totally. JOHN: Those other things, but it is tricky. KATE: Yeah. It can be tricky. Humans, man. [laughter] It really is like being a human and part of the human experience is going to be triggering other people. It's going to be causing harm. It's going to be causing trauma to other humans. That's just part of it. I think the more you can get comfy with that idea and then also just really feeling like you're doing everything you can to stay connected to your core, which usually is in humans is a place of love. You're rooted in love for the people around you. How could you criticize yourself too much when you know that you're coming from that place? ARTY: I feel like things change, too as you get feedback. In the context of any intimate relationship where you've got emotionally connected relationship with another person where you are more unguarded and you're having conversations about things that are more personal, that have at least the potential to hurt and cause harm. Like sometimes we do things not meaning to and we end up hurting someone else accidentally, but once that happens—and hopefully, you have an open dialogue where you have a conversation about these things and learn about these things and adapt—then I think the thing to do is honor each person as an individual of we're all peoples and then figure out well, what can we do to adapt how we operate in this relationship and look out for both people's best interests and strive for a win-win. If we don't try and do that, like if we do things that we know we're harming someone else and we're just like, “Well, you should just put up with that,” [laughs], or whatever. I think that's where it becomes problematic is at the same time, we all have our own limitations and sometimes, the best thing to do is this relationship doesn't work. The way that we interact causes mutual harm and we can't this a win-win relationship and the best thing to do sometimes is to separate, even though it hurts because it's not working. KATE: Yeah. I feel like sometimes it's a classic case of intent versus impact, too. Like what's your intention going into a conversation and then how does that end up actually impacting that person and how can you honor that and learn from that? That's actually one thing that I love so much about being a writer is that words do carry so much power—written word, spoken word, whatever it is. They hold so much power and they can cause harm whether we want them to, or not. Part of being an empath is caring a lot about people's lived experiences and I really see it as more than putting – being a writer and doing this every day, I see it so much more than just putting words on a page and hoping signs up for the beta, or watches the thing registers, or the conference. It's words can foster connection, words can build worlds for people; they can make people feel like they belong and I believe that I'm on this planet to foster that connection with each other and with ourselves. So it all connects for me. It all comes back around whether we're talking about being in a romantic relationship, or our relationship with our parents, or our caregivers, or the work that I do every day it all comes back to that connection and really wanting to make people feel more connected to themselves, to each other, and like they have a place with words. ARTY: Yeah. It's very powerful. Words and narratives, I would say too, just thinking about the stories that we tell ourselves, the stories that we tell one another that become foundational in our culture. It's all built upon were words. Words shape the ideas in our head. They shape our thoughts. They shape how we reflect on things, how we feel about things, and then when people give us their words, we absorb those and then those become part of our own reflections. KATE: Yeah. ARTY: We affect one another a lot. I think that's one of the things I'm just seeing and talking to you is just thinking about how much we affect one another through our everyday interactions. KATE: Yeah, and I think a lot of this comes down to – there's something you said earlier that resonated in that it's really about the action you take after you cause the harm, or after you say the thing that hurts the other person and it's less about – and that's what made me say intent versus impact because you see the impact, you acknowledge it, and you make a decision to lessen that next time, or to be aware, more aware next time. This is really at the core of all the work I do for inclusive language as well. It's just the core principle of the words we use carry a lot of power. And I was actually just chatting with someone in the No-Code space. We connected through Webflow a couple weeks ago and he said, “I think people are so scared to get it wrong when it comes to inclusive language,” and I experience this all the time. People freeze in their tracks because they don't know how address someone and then they're so scared to get it wrong and they're like, “Oh, so sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry,” and they're so apologetic. And then that makes it worse and it's just a whole thing. In this conversation, we were talking specifically about misgendering people. My partner is non-binary. They're misgendered every single day when we go to restaurants, when we are just out and about. So this is something that is a part of my life every day. I told him that fear is so real and I carry that fear, too because I don't want to hurt people because I want to like get it right. It comes back to that perfectionism, that expectation that I put on myself, especially as a queer person to get it right all the time. But so much of the good stuff lies in how you approach it and then how you fix it when you mess it up. Like, it's not so much about the thing, it's about the way that you approach it. If you approach inclusive language with an open mind, an open heart, and a real willingness, like true willingness to learn, that's what's important going into it and then you're already doing the work. You're already an ally. You're already however you want to put it. And then when you use an ableist word, or you use a racist word, or you misgender someone, your actions for following that speak volumes. I think we can really get caught up in the action itself and it's more about how you go into it and then how you try to fix it. ARTY: So I'm thinking for listeners that might identify with being in a situation of being in the headlights and not knowing how to respond, or what to do. Other than what you were just talking about with coming at it with an open heart, are there any specific recommendations you might have for how to approach inclusive language? KATE: Yeah. Yeah, I have a couple really, really good ones. So often, the way to speak more inclusively, or to write more inclusively is just to get more specific about what you're trying to say. So instead of saying, “Oh, that's so crazy,” which is ableist, you can say, “Oh, that's so unheard of.” That's a good example. Or instead of unnecessarily gendering something you're saying like, “Oh, I'm out of wine, call the waitress over.” It's server instead of waiter, or waitress. You kind of start to essentially practice replacing these words and these concepts that are so ingrained into who we are, into society at large, and really starting to disrupt those systems within us with challenging the way that we've described things in the past. So just essentially getting more specific when we're speaking. When it comes to misgendering people specifically, it's really important to not be overly apologetic when you misgender someone. I can give an example. If a server, for example, comes up to me and my partner and says, “Can I get you ladies anything else?” And I say, “Oh, actually my partner uses they/them pronouns. They are not a lady,” and they say, “Oh my God, I'm so sorry. Oh shit!” And then that makes my partner feel bad [chuckles] for putting them in that position and then it's kind of this like ping pong back and forth of just bad feelings. The ideal scenario, the server would say, “Oh, excuse me, can I get you all anything else?” Or, “Can I get you folks anything else?” Or just, if you're speaking about someone who uses they/them pronouns and you say, “Yeah, and I heard she, I mean, they did this thing.” You just quickly correct it and move on. Don't make it into a production. It's okay. We get it. Moving on. Just try not to overthink it, basically. [laughs] Get more specific, but don't overthink it. Isn't that like, what a dichotomy. [laughter] JOHN: That ties back to what you were saying about perfectionism also, right? Like you said, you freeze up if you try and be perfect about it all the time, because you can't always know what someone's pronouns are and so, you have to make a guess at some point and maybe you're going to guess wrong. But it's how you deal with it by not making everybody uncomfortable with the situation. [laughs] KATE: Yeah. JOHN: And like you said, ping pong of bad feelings just amplifies, the whole thing blows out of proportion. You can just be like, “Oh, my apologies.” Her, they, whatever it is and then very quickly move on and then it's forgotten the next minute. Everything moves on from that, but you're not weeping and gnashing and – [laughter] KATE: Yeah. JOHN: Well, it means you don't have to keep feeling bad about it for the next 3 days either, like everyone can move on from that point. KATE: Right. Yeah, and just doing your best to not do it again. JOHN: Yeah. KATE: Once you learn, it's important to really let that try to stick. If you're having trouble, I have a friend who really has trouble with they/them pronouns and they practice with their dog. They talk to their dog about this person and they use they/them pronouns in that. Practice really does make perfect in this – not perfect, okay. Practice really does make progress in this kind of scenario and also, normalize sharing pronouns. JOHN: Yeah. KATE: It's more than just putting it in your Zoom name. It's more than just putting it in your Instagram bio. A good example of really starting this conversation was during Webflow's No-Code Conf, our yearly conference. It was mostly online and we had a live portion of it and every single time we introduced someone new, or introduced ourselves, we said, “My name is Kate Marshall, my pronouns are she/her, and I'm so happy to be here with you today.” Or just asking if you don't know, or if you're in a space with someone new, you say, “What are your pronouns?” It's really is that easy. Webflow made some year-round pride mech that we launched over the summer and we have a cute beanie that says “Ask me my pronouns.” It's like, it's cool to ask. It's fine to ask and that's so much better than unintentionally misgendering someone. It's going to take some time to get there, but normalize it. JOHN: Yeah, and I think there's one key to that that has always stuck out of my mind, which is don't ask pronouns just for the people you think might have different pronouns than you would expect. KATE: Yes. JOHN: Make it part of all the conversations so it's not just singling somebody out of a group and saying, “I want to know your pronouns because they're probably different.” That's not good. KATE: Right, because gender expression does not always equal gender identity. JOHN: Yeah. KATE: You can't know someone's gender identity from the way that they express their gender and that's also another huge misconception that I think it's time we talk more about. JOHN: So we've been talking a lot about conversations and person-to-person interactions and inclusive language there. But a lot of what you do is it on the writing level and I imagine there's some differences there. So I'm curious as to what you see as far as the things that you do to work on that in the written form. KATE: Yeah. So this is actually a really great resource that I was planning on sharing with whoever's listening, or whoever's following along this podcast. There is a really wonderful inclusive language guidelines that we have published externally at Webflow and I own it, I update it regularly as different things come in and inclusive language is constantly evolving. It will never be at a final resting point and that's also part of why I love it so much because you truly are always growing. I'm always learning something new about inclusive language, or to make someone feel more included with the words that I'm writing. This table has, or this resource has ableist language, racist language, and sexist language tables with words to avoid, why to avoid them, and some alternatives and just some general principles. I reference it constantly. Like I said, it's always evolving. I actually don't know how many words are on there, but it's a good amount and it's a lot of things have been surfaced to me that I had no idea were racist. For instance, the word gypped. Like if you say, “Oh, they gypped me” is actually racist. It's rooted in the belief that gypsy people are thieves. [chuckles] So it's things like that we really kind of go deep in there and I reference this constantly. Also, ALS language is a really big consideration, especially in the tech space. So instead of – and this can be avoided most of the time, not all of the time. We do work with a really wonderful accessibility consultant who I run things by constantly. Shout out to Michele. Oh, she was actually on the podcast at one point. Michele Williams, shout out. Lovely human. So a good example is instead of “watch now,” or “listen now,” it's “explore this thing,” “browse this thing,” “learn more”. Just try not to get so specific about the way that someone might be consuming the information that I'm putting down on the page. Stuff like that. It truly does come down to just getting more specific as just a general principle. JOHN: So it sounds to me some of the first steps you take are obviously being aware that you have to mold your language to be more accessible and inclusive, then it's informing yourself of what the common pitfalls are. As you said, you have consultants, you've got guides, you've got places where you can gather this information and then once you have that, then you build that into your mental process for writing what you're writing. KATE: Yeah, and truly just asking questions and this goes for everyone. No one would ever – if I reached out to our head of DEI, Mariah, and said, “Mariah, is this thing offensive?” Or, “How should I phrase this thing to feel more inclusive to more people?” She would never come back at me and say, “Why are you asking me this? You should already know this,” and that is the attitude across the board. I would never fault someone for coming to me and asking me how to phrase something, or how to write something to make it feel better for more people. So it's really a humbling experience [laughs] to be in this position. Again, words carry so much power and I just never take for granted, the power essentially that I have, even if it is just for a tech company. A lot of people are consuming that and I want to make them feel included. JOHN: Yeah. The written face of a company is going to tell readers a lot about the culture of the company, the culture of the community around the product. KATE: Yeah. JOHN: Whether they're going to be welcome there, like what their experience is going to be like if they invest their time to learn about it. So it's really important to have that language there and woven into everything that's written, not just off the corner on the DEI page. KATE: Yeah. That's what I was just about to say is especially if you're a company that claims to prioritize DEI, you better be paying close attention to the words that you're using in your product, on your homepage, whatever it is, your customer support. I've worked with the customer support team at Webflow to make sure that the phrasing feels good for people. It truly does trickle into every single asset of a business and it's ongoing work that does not just end at, like you said, putting it on a DEI page. Like, “We care about this,” and then not actually caring about it. That sucks. [laughs] JOHN: Oh, the other thing before we move too far on from last topic, you're talking about asking for advice. I think one of the keys there, a, being humble and just saying, “I would like to know,” and you're very unlikely to get criticized for simply asking how something can be better. But I feel like one of the keys to doing that well is also not arguing with the person you've asked after they give you an answer. KATE: Right. Yes. Especially if that person is a part of the community that your words are affecting, or that your question is affecting. It's such a tricky balance because it's really not the queer community's job to educate people who are not queer about inclusive language. But when that person is willing to share their knowledge with the you, or willing to share their experience with you, you've got to listen. Your opinions about their lived experience don't come into that conversation, or shouldn't come into that conversation. It's not questioning the information that you're given, but then it's also taking that and doing your own research and asking more people and having conversations with your friends and family trying to widen this breadth of information and knowledge as a community. Like I said, kind of dismantling the things that we're taught growing up by capitalism, by society, everything that kind of unnecessarily separates and then doing better next time. I've actually had conversations with people who are very curious, who come to me with questions and then the next time I interact with them, they're just back to factory settings. That's so disappointing and just makes me feel like my energy could have been better spent having that conversation with someone who is more receptive. So I think it really is just about being open to hearing someone's experience, not questioning it, and then really taking that in and doing the work on your own. JOHN: Yeah, and part of that doing the work is also for the things that you can Google for the things where you can look at it from the guide, do that first before asking for someone's time. KATE: Yeah. JOHN: So that they're not answering the same 101 questions every time that are just written in 15 different blog posts. KATE: Yes. Especially if you're asking a marginalized person to do the work for you. JOHN: Yeah. KATE: Intersectionality matters and putting more work on the shoulders of people who are already weighed down by so much ain't it. [laughs] ARTY: Well, I was wanting to go back to your original superpower that you talked about with empathy. We talked a lot about some of these factors that make empathy of a difficult thing of over empathizing and what kind of factors make that hard. But as a superpower, what kind of superpowers does that give you? KATE: Ah, just being able to really connect to a lot of different people. I mentioned earlier that I believe it's my purpose, it's my life's work on this planet at this time to connect people to themselves and to each other. The more asking I can do and the more absorbing I can do of other people's experiences, the better I am at being able to connect with them and being able to make them feel like they belong in whatever space I'm in. I can't connect with someone if I don't try and get it. Try and get what they're going through, or what their experiences are. That's why I do so much time just talking to people, and that's why I love yoga and why I want to start this studio and open this space. Because we live in a world where we don't have a lot of spaces, especially marginalized communities don't have a lot of spaces that feel like they're being understood, or they're truly being heard, or seen. Me being an empath, I'm able to access that in people more and therefore, bringing them closer to safer spaces, or safer people, safer communities where they really feel like they can exist and be their full, whole, and complete selves. It's really special. ARTY: We also touched this concept of authenticity and it seems like that also comes up in this context of creating these safe spaces and safe communities where people can be their whole selves. So when you think about authenticity, we talked about this being a difficult and fuzzy word, but at the same time, it does have some meaning as to what that means, and these challenges with regards to boundaries and things. But I'm curious, what does authenticity mean to you? How does that come into play with this idea of safety and creating these safe spaces for others as well? KATE: Yeah. I feel like there's so much in there. I think one of the biggest things to accept about the word authenticity, or the concept of authenticity is that it's always changing and it means something different to everyone. We are all authentic to ourselves in different ways and at different times in our lives and I think it's so important to honor the real evolution of feeling authentic. There are times and days where I'm like who even am. It's like what even, but there's always this sort of core, root part of me that I don't lose, which is what we've been talking about. This ability to connect, this feeling of empathy, of compassion, of wanting to really be a part of the human experience. That, to me, kind of always stays and I feel like that's the authentic, like the real, real, authentic parts of me. There are layers to it that are always changing and as people, we are also always evolving and always changing. So those different parts of authenticity could be what you wear that make you feel like your most authentic self. It can be how you interact with your friends, or how you interact with the person, getting your popcorn at the movies, or whatever it is. Those can all feel like parts of your authentic self. That means something different to everyone. But I think that's such a beautiful part about it and about just being human is just how often these things are changing for us and how important it is to honor someone's authenticity, whatever that means for them at that time. Even if it's completely different from what you knew about them, or how you knew them before. It's this constant curiosity of yourself and of others, really getting deeply curious about what feels like you. ARTY: I was wondering about safety because you were talking about the importance of creating these safe communities and safe environments where people could be their whole, complete selves, which sounds a lot like the authenticity thing, but you trying to create space for that for others. KATE: Yeah. Well, the reality of safety is that there's no one space that will ever be a “safe space for everyone,” and that's why I like to say safer spaces, or a safer space for people because you can never – I feel like it's all coming full circle where you can never meet every single person exactly where they need to be met in any given moment. You can just do your best to create spaces that feel safer to them and you do that with authentic connection, with getting curious about who they are and what they love, and just making sure that your heart's really in it. [chuckles] Same with inclusive language. It's all about the way you approach it to make someone feel safer. But I do think it's an I distinction to remember. You're never going to be safe for everyone. A space you create is never going to be safe for everyone. The best you can do is just make it safer for more people. ARTY: When I think about just the opposite of that, of times that I've gone into a group where I haven't felt safe being myself and then when you talk of about being your complete whole self, it's like bringing a whole another level of yourself to a space that may not really fit that space and that seems like it's okay, too. Like we don't necessarily have to bring our full self to all these different spaces, but whatever space we're a part of, we kind of sync up and adapt to it. So if I'm in one space and I feel the kind of vibe, energy, context of what's going on, how people are interacting, the energy they put forth when they speak with whatever sorts of words that they use. I'm going to feel that and adapt to that context of what feels safe and then as more people start adapting to that, it creates a norm that other people that then come and see what's going on in this group come to an understanding about what the energy in the room is like. KATE: Yeah. ARTY: And all it takes is one person to bring a different energy into that to shift the whole dynamic of things. KATE: Yeah. The reality is you'll never be able to change every space and I think that's such a good point. It makes me feel like saying you have to be protective of your energy. If you go into a space and it just doesn't feel right, or there's someone who is in the room that doesn't feel safe to you, or that doesn't feel like they're on the same page as you, it's okay to not feel like you need to change the world in that space. Like you don't always have to go into a space and say, “I'm going to change it.” That is how change is made when you feel safe enough. That's why it's so important to foster that energy from the jump. That's just a foundational thing at a company in a yoga studio, in a home, at a restaurant. It can be changed, but it really should be part of the foundation of making a safer space, or a more inclusive space. Because otherwise, you're asking the people who don't feel safe, who are usually marginalized people, or intersectionally marginalized in some way. You're asking them essentially to put in the work to change what you should have done as the foundation of your space. So it's a such a delicate balance of being protective of your energy and really being able to feel out the places where you feel okay saying something, or making a change, or just saying, “No, this isn't worth it for me. I'm going to go find a space that actually feels a little bit better, or that I feel more community in.” ARTY: And it seems like the other people that are in the group, how those people respond to you. If you shift your energy, a lot of times the people that are in the group will shift their energy in kind. Other times, in a different space, you might try to shift energy and then there's a lot of resistance to that where people are going a different way and so, you get pushed out of the group energy wise. These sorts of dynamics, you can feel this stuff going on of just, I just got outcast out of this group. Those are the kinds of things, though that you need to protect your own energy of even if I'm not included in this group, I can still have a good relationship with me and I can still like me and I can think I'm still pretty awesome and I can find other groups of folks that like me. It definitely, at least for me, I tend to be someone who's like, I don't know, I get out grouped a lot. [laughs] But at the same time, I've gotten used to that and then I find other places where I've got friends that love me and care about me and stuff. So those are recharge places where I can go and get back to a place where I feel solid and okay with myself, and then I'm much more resilient then going into these other spaces and stuff where I might not be accepted, where I might have to be kind of shielded and guarded and just put up a front, and operate in a way that makes everyone else feel more comfortable. KATE: Yeah, and isn't it so powerful to feel cared for? ARTY: I love that. KATE: Like just to feel cared for by the people around you is everything. It's everything. That's it. Just to feel like you are wanted, or you belong. To feel cared for. It can exist everywhere is the thing. In your Slack group, or whatever, you can make people feel cared for. I have never regretted reaching out to a coworker, or a friend, or whoever an acquaintance and saying, “Hey, I love this thing about you,” or “Congratulations on this rad thing you just launched,” or whatever. It's the care that's so powerful. ARTY: I feel like this is one of those things where we can learn things from our own pain and these social interactions and stuff. One of the things that I've experienced is you're in a group and you say something and nobody responds. [laughs] KATE: Yeah. ARTY: And after doing that for a while, you feel like you're just shouting into the void and nobody hears you and it's just this feeling of like invisibility. In feeling that way myself, one of the things I go out of my way to do is if somebody says something, I at least try and respond, acknowledge them, let them know that they're heard, they're cared about, and that there's somebody there on the other side [chuckles] and they're not shouting into the wind because I hate that feeling. It's an awful feeling to feel invisible like that. KATE: Awful, yeah. ARTY: But we can learn from those experiences and then we can use those as opportunities to understand how we can give in ways that are subtle, that are often little things that are kind of ignored, but they're little things that actually make a really big difference. KATE: Yeah, the little things. It really is the little things, isn't it? [laughs] Like and it's just, you can learn from your experiences, but you can also say, “I'm not doing this right now.” You can also check out. If you are giving and giving. and find that you're in the void essentially, more often than not, you can decide that that's no longer are worth your time, your energy, your care, and you can redirect that care to somewhere else that's going to reciprocate, or that's going to give you back that same care and that's so important, too. JOHN: Yeah, and it sounds like starting a yoga studio is not a trivial undertaking and obviously, you're highly motivated to create this kind of an environment in the world. So is there anything more you'd like to say about that because that ties in very closely with what we're talking about? KATE: Yeah. It's so weird to work full-time and be so passionate about my tech job and then turn around and be like, “I'm opening a yoga studio.” It's such a weird, but again, it's all connected at the root, at the core of what I'm trying to do in this world. The thing about Kula is that it's really built on this foundational mutual aid model. So being donation-based, it's really pay what you can, if you can. And what you pay, if you're able to give an extra $10 for the class that you take, that's going to pay for someone else's experience, who is unable to financially contribute to take that class. That's the basis of community care, of mutual aid and it's really this heart-based business model that is really tricky. I'm trying to get a loan right now and [chuckles] it's really hard to prove business financials when you have a donation-based model and you say, “Well, I'm going to guess what people might donate per class on average.” So it's been a real journey, [laughs] especially with today's famous supply chain issues that you hear about constantly in every single industry. I have an empty space right now. It needs to be completely built out. Construction costs are about triple what they should be. Again, coming from this real mutual aid community care centered model, it's really hard, but I have to keep coming back. I was just telling my partner about this the other day, I have to keep coming back to this core idea, or this real feeling that I don't need to have a beautifully designed space to create what I'm trying to create. When I started this, I envisioned just a literal empty room [chuckles] with some people in it and a bathroom and that's it. So of course, once I saw the designs, I was like, “Oh, I love this can lighting that's shining down in front of the bathroom door.” It's like so whatever, stereotypical. Not stereotypical, but surface level stuff. I really have had to time and time again, return to this longing almost for a space that feels safer for me, for my community, for Black people, for disabled people, for trans people, for Asian people; we don't have a lot of spaces that feel that way and that's just the reality. So it's a real delicate balance of how do I like – this is a business and I need money, [laughs] but then I really want this to be rooted in mutual aid and community care. It comes back to that car and that inclusivity, creating authentic connections. It's tricky out there for a queer woman entrepreneur with no collateral. [laughs] It's a tricky world out there, but I think we'll flip it someday. I really think pioneering this idea, or this business model at least where I'm at in Denver, I think it's going to start the conversation in more communities and with more people who want to do similar things and my hope is that that will foster those conversations and make it more accessible to more people. JOHN: Yeah, and I think every time someone manages to muster up the energy, the capital, and the community effort to put something like this together, it makes it just slightly easier for someone else a, they can learn the lessons and b, they're more examples of this thing operating in the world. So it becomes more possible in people's minds and you can build some of that momentum there. KATE: Yeah. And of course, it's really important to note and to remember that I come from a place of immense privilege. I have a great job in tech. I'm white. I am upper middle class. Technically, I'm “straight passing,” which is a whole other concept, but it is a thing and this is the way that I'm choosing to use my privilege to hopefully pave the way for more people. I do not take for granted the opportunity that I'm given and like I said, intersectionality matters and all of that, but I still have a lot of privilege going into this that I hope turns into something good for more people. ARTY: It also takes a special kind of person to be an entrepreneur because you really have to just keep on going. No matter any obstacle that's in your way, you've just got to keep on going and have that drive, desire, and dream to go and build something and make it happen and your superpowers probably going to help you out with that, too. It sounds like we've got multiple superpowers because I think you got to have superpowers to be an entrepreneur in itself. KATE: Yeah. I don't know, man. It's such a weird feeling to have because it just feels like it's what I'm supposed to be doing. That's it. It doesn't feel like I'm like – yes, it's a calling and all of that, but it just feels like the path and that, it feels more, more natural than anything I guess, is what I'm trying to say. The more people follow that feeling, the more authentic of a world, the more connected of a world we're going to have. I see a lot of people doing this work, similar things, and it makes me so happy to see. The words of one of my therapists, one of my past therapists told me, “Always stick with me,” and it was right around the time I was kind of – so I'd started planning before COVID hit and then COVID hit and I had to pause for about a year, a little bit less than a year. It was right around the time I was filing my LLC and really starting to move forward. It was actually December 17th of last year that I filed my LLC paperwork. So it's been a little over a year now. He told me, “How much longer are you willing to wait to give the community this thing that you want to give them? How much are you willing to make them wait for this space?” And I was like, “Yesterday. Yesterday.” Like, “I want to give people this space immediately,” and that has truly carried me through. This supply chain stuff is no joke. [laughs] and it has really carried me through some of the more doubtful moments in this journey. Yeah, and I feel like, man, what powerful words. Like, I just want to keep saying them because they are such powerful words to me. How much longer are you willing to make them wait? And it's like, I don't want to. [chuckles] So I guess I'm going to go do it. [laughter] Throw caution to the wind. [laughs] JOHN: Well, I think that ties back into what you were talking about is as you were thinking about designing the space and what kind of buildout you're going to need, and that can be a guide star for what actually needs to be there. What's the actual MVP for this space? Does it need a perfect coat of paint, or is what's there good enough? Does it need all the things arranged just so in the perfect lighting, or does it just need to exist and have people in the room and you can really focus in on what's going to get you there? And then of course, you iterate like everything else, you improve over time, but. KATE: Right. JOHN: I love that concept of just cut out everything that's in the way of this happening right now as much as possible. KATE: Yeah, and what a concept, I think that can be applied to so many things. Who am I trying to serve with this thing and what do I need to do to get there? It doesn't have to be this shiny, beautiful well-designed creation. It just needs to serve people. The people that you want to serve in the best way possible, and for me, that's getting this space open and actually having it in action. ARTY: I think once you find something that feels in alignment with you, you seem to have lots of clarity around just your sense of purpose, of what you want to move toward of a deep connection with yourself. One thing I found with that is no matter how much you get rejected by various groups in the world, if you can be congruent and authentic with yourself and follow that arrow, that once you start doing that, you find other people that are in resonance with you. They're out there, but you don't find them until you align with yourself. KATE: Yeah. Community. Community is so powerful and I love that you just said alignment because that really is truly what it is. It's finding the thing that makes you feel like you're doing something good and that feels authentic to your core, to those core principles of you that never really change. The things that are rooted in love, the things that are rooted in compassion, or whatever it is you care about. Community, that alignment is absolutely key. It's also, when I say I was born with my superpower of being an empath, this desire to create this space feels, it feels like I was also born with this desire, or born with this alignment. So I feel like so many times it's just going back to the basics of who you are. ARTY: Like you're actualizing who you are. KATE: Yeah. Like full alignment, enlightenment, that all kind of falls into place when you're really making the effort to be connected to your core. ARTY: It seems like a good place to do reflections. So at the end of the show, we usually go around and do final reflections and takeaways, final thoughts that you have and you get to go last, Kate. JOHN: There are a whole lot of different things that I've been thinking about here, but I think one of the ones that's sticking with me is the dichotomy between perfectionism and authenticity, and how I feel like they really are pulling against one another and that, which isn't to say things can't be perfect and authentic at the same time. But I think perfectionism is usually a negative feeling. Like you should do something, you're putting a lot of pressure, there's a lot of anxiety around perfectionism and that is pretty much an opposition to being authentically yourself. It's hard to be in touch with yourself when you're wrapped up in all those anxieties and so, thinking about the two of them together, I hadn't made that connection before, but I think that's something that's interesting that I'll be thinking about for a while. ARTY: I think the thing that's going to stick with me, Kate is you said, “Our words carry so much power,” and I think about our conversation today out just vibes in the room and how that shifts with the energy that we bring to the room, all of these subtle undercurrent conversations that we're having, and then how a sort of energy vibe becomes established. And how powerful even these really little tiny things we do are. We had this conversation around inclusive language and you gave so many great details and specifics around what that means and how we can make little, small alterations to some of these things that are just baked into us because of our culture and the words that we hear, phrasing and things that we hear, that we're just unaware of the impact of things. Just by paying attention and those little subtle details of things and coming at things with an open heart, regardless of how we might stumble, or mess things up, how much of a difference that can make because our words, though carry so much power. KATE: Yeah. And the thing you just said about having an open heart is truly how you can put any of this into action, how you can remain open to learning about authenticity, or what it feels like to not fall into a trap of perfectionism, or how to speak, or write, or interact more inclusively with other human beings. I feel like being open, being openminded, being open-hearted, whatever it is, is just really a superpower on its own. Remaining open and vulnerable in today's world is hard work. It does not come naturally to so many people, especially when you're dealing with your own traumas and your own individual interactions and maybe being forced into spaces where you don't feel safe. To remain open is such a tool for making other people feel cared for. So if that's the goal, I would say just being open is truly your superpower. JOHN: I think that's the quote I'm going to take with me: being open is the key to making people feel cared for. KATE: Yes. I love that. ARTY: Well, thank you for joining us on the show, Kate. It's been a pleasure to have you here. KATE: Thank you so much. This has been just the energy boost I needed. Special Guest: Kate Marshall.

Freedom.
Get Ready For Supernatural Favor | Supernatural Favor | P. Jason Lozano

Freedom.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 41:45


Get Ready For Supernatural Favor1. Remain,wait and stay with me – internal health effects external lifeRev 3:20 (nlt) Listen! I stand at the door and knock; if any hear my voice and open the door, I will come into their house and eat with them (restore him), and they will eat with me.● To knock, beat a door with a stick, to gain admittanceJn 15:4 Remain in me, and I will remain in you. For a branch cannot produce fruit if it is severed from the vine, and you cannot be fruitful unless you remain in me.● Remain - Spend quality time with Him in prayer and in His word3 Jn 2 Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers.Ps 27:8 [When you said,] "Seek my face," my heart said to you, "O LORD, I will seek your face."Ps 24:6 This is the generation of them that seek him, that seek your faceEx 33:11 The LORD would speak with Moses face-to-face, like a friend.Then Moses would return to the camp. But the young man who was his helper, Joshua son of Nun, stayed in the Tent.Jer 29:13 you will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart.2. One great reward to seeking God is we can receive his guidanceJn 15:5 I am the vine; your the branches. Those who remain in me, and I in them, will produce much fruit. For apart from me you can do nothing.● without Him were nobodies but with him we're a somebodyHeb 11:6 he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.Ps 27:4 I have asked the LORD for one thing; one thing only do I want: to live in the LORD's house all my life, to marvel there at his goodness, and to ask for his guidance.Matt 6:6 when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.3. Remaining helps us declutter so we can get stronger as the years goJn 15:6 Anyone who does not remain in me is thrown away like a useless branch and withers. Such branches are gathered into a pile to be burned. 16 You did not choose Me, but I chose you. And I appointed you to go and bear fruit -- fruit that will remain● Like Jesus drew strength from his Heavenly father so do we● When we don't abide we eventually wither, shrivel and losefreshness we eventually stop flourishing - #declutter our lifeJn 15:2 He cuts off every branch in Me that bears no fruit, and every branch that does bear fruit, He prunes to make it even more fruitful.Ps 1:3 He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.Job 17:9 he that hath clean hands shall be stronger and stronger.Ps 92:12-15 The man who is right and good will grow like the palm tree. He will grow like a tall tree. 13 Planted in the house of the Lord, they will grow Healthy in the house of our God. 14 They will still give fruit when they are old. They will be full of life and strength (They shall be fresh and flourishing) 15 And they will show that the Lord is faithful. He is my rock.

The Tyrus and Timpf Podcast
Real Talk: Remaining Positive Through The Darkness

The Tyrus and Timpf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 23:31


Tyrus shares how he is managing the new COVID-19 variant. Tyrus explains how difficult it is to tape a comedy show remotely. On A Positive Note: Tyrus reveals how he remains positive despite the nationwide fear of the pandemic. Follow Tyrus on Twitter: @PlanetTyrus

VR2
1/4 Volunteer Country on SI Podcast: Remaining 2022 Targets, Portal Talk, A Look at 2023 Recruiting

VR2

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 33:52


Host Jack Foster is joined by Matt Ray and new Volunteer Country contributor CJ Eldridge to talk the latest on Tennessee's remaining 2022 targets and look forward to some players that Josh Heupel is likely to target in the 2023 class. Matt and CJ also discuss their thoughts on what to expect this winter as Tennessee plans to hit the transfer portal.

As It Is - Voice of America
Germany Closes Half of Remaining Nuclear Plants - January 03, 2022

As It Is - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 5:14


Titans Of Nuclear | Interviewing World Experts on Nuclear Energy

1) Jean-Michel Hoorelbeke's path to a nuclear energy career through his mining engineering education  2) How France's Underground Research Laboratory verified the feasibility of the nuclear waste geological repository  3) The progression of Cigéo from the research phase to the industrial phase  4) Remaining research for France's nuclear waste storage & disposal plans

Impact Drayton
The Wilderness: A Journey to Obedience | Remaining in Christ Reveals Christ | Parker Lewis

Impact Drayton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 40:41


Thank you for joining us this week as we have Parker bringing this word to start off the new year! Love God and love others!

John Stange - Sermons, Bible Studies, and Training
Remaining connected to Christ in the coming year - John 15:1-5

John Stange - Sermons, Bible Studies, and Training

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 45:51


If you enjoy the show and want to buy John a coffee, please click here:  https://www.buymeacoffee.com/johnstange . To read the first three chapters of "Dwell on These Things" by John Stange, click here:  https://desirejesus.com/dwellonthesethings . To get a free copy of John Stange's book, "The Mind of Christ - How to make the most of the new perspective, new eyes, and new outlook you've been given through Jesus," please CLICK HERE. . To email John Stange directly, please send your message to john@desirejesus.com.

Woodmen Valley Chapel
Ministry Like Jesus, Mark 1:14-39

Woodmen Valley Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 59:17


Glorious Day © Fellow Ships Music (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC), Hickory Bill Doc (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC), So Essential Tunes (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC), and Remaining portion is unaffiliated | CCLI Song # 7081388 -- CCLI License # 420630 Look What God Has Done © Baily Hager Publishing (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing (Integrity Music [DC Cook])), Integrity's Praise! Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing (Integrity Music [DC Cook])), Madison Street BMI Designee (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing (Integrity Music [DC Cook])), Sean Michael Rowell Designee (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing (Integrity Music [DC Cook])), and Remaining portion is unaffiliated | CCLI License # 420630 Is He Worthy © 2018 Jakedog Music (Admin. by Music Services, Inc.) and Remaining portion is unaffiliated | CCLI Song # 7108951 -- CCLI License # 420630

Luke Ford
The Lies We Tell Ourselves: How To Face The Truth, Accept Yourself, And Create A Better Life

Luke Ford

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 46:15


What Are The Most Common Lies You Tell Yourself? https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=142558 Therapist Jon Frederickson writes in The Lies We Tell Ourselves: How to Face the Truth, Accept Yourself, and Create a Better Life: * We become well by relating to what is here; we become ill by relating to our fantasies. The therapist stops us from running away from ourselves so we can rest in reality. Remaining in this moment, we feel our feelings, which always reach out to us through anxiety. Anxiety, strangely enough, invites us to dive inside to the places from which we always run, the places we are afraid to descend into and explore. In effect, therapists always give the same message: “What you run from is where you need to rest. What you fear you need to face. What you ignore you need to hear.” * “You are the most important person you will ever meet,” she says. “Why not be on good terms with yourself?” * To be on good terms with ourselves, we must learn to listen to who we are under the words, the excuses, and the explanations we use. * These beliefs, called “projections,” seem true because they are real: they are the realities we reject in ourselves and relocate in others. If we criticize ourselves, we imagine others criticize us. If we ignore ourselves, we imagine others ignore us. If we fail to care for ourselves, we believe people don't care for us. However, the persons we project upon can be the mirrors we look at to see, learn, and accept what we reject in ourselves. * “Breakdown can always point to the break-through of a deeper truth, since only that which is false in you can break down. Truth does not break. Some call this recognition ‘waking up,' some call it ‘self-realization.'” * When facts kill our wishes, a few of us may seek to kill ourselves to wipe out the pain of the dying wish, what the suicide researcher Edwin Shneidman called “psychache.” 3 Experiencing the living death of the dying dream, we may choose physical death to abort the painful birth known as grieving. Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSFVD7Xfhn7sJY8LAIQmH8Q/join https://odysee.com/@LukeFordLive, https://lbry.tv/@LukeFord, https://rumble.com/lukeford https://dlive.tv/lukefordlivestreams Listener Call In #: 1-310-997-4596 Superchat: https://entropystream.live/app/lukefordlive Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/lukeford/ Soundcloud MP3s: https://soundcloud.com/luke-ford-666431593 Code of Conduct: https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=125692 https://www.patreon.com/lukeford http://lukeford.net Email me: lukeisback@gmail.com or DM me on Twitter.com/lukeford Support the show | https://www.streamlabs.com/lukeford, https://patreon.com/lukeford, https://PayPal.Me/lukeisback Facebook: http://facebook.com/lukecford Feel free to clip my videos. It's nice when you link back to the original.

Let's Get Vocal with Rena Cook
Remaining Significant as We Mature with Dr. Melissa Leedy

Let's Get Vocal with Rena Cook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 33:45


Dr. Melissa Leedy is a clinical phycologist  using a variety of evidence-based treatment approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Dr. Leedy specializes in helping adults adjust to injury and chronic pain and illness, improving insomnia, depression, anxiety, and trauma.

OnSI
Remaining Vigilant, Calm Despite COVID-19 Surge and More Stories On Staten Island

OnSI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 25:21


On this episode of the OnSI podcast… A special look back at the year that was, leading-off with renewed calls to remain vigilant, and calm, despite a late surge in COVID-19 cases. Also this month, the borough weathered the ongoing pandemic in 2021 with small, albeit important, victories all along the way. And, while some welcomed signs of normalcy returned this year, it was full of challenges locals had to overcome. Plus, even during the toughest of times, so many Staten Islanders remained committed to their hometown. As we look ahead, how the Island's strong community spirit may once again play a pivotal role as we learn to live with COVID in 2022 and beyond.

Moments with Pastor Henry...
Covering The Remaining Hours As We Pray

Moments with Pastor Henry...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 30:18


Friends, we're less than forty-eight hours to the New Year - hallelujah! The Lord Himself will carry us (on His wings of mercy and grace) there in the name Jesus. I know someone us went through some times of pain, met with some disappoints, were betrayed, suffered some form humiliation, and even suffered one form of loss or the other. But let us thank God for His grace that pulled us through - let us thank Him also for His breath that is still in us. Hear me child of God, the SEIGE IS OVER. Tomorrow will better, tomorrow will be brighter, and the future is more glorious in the name of Jesus. Amen! In today's podcast, I share prayers covering the remaining hours of 2021. Listen and be blessed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rccg-coryonkers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rccg-coryonkers/support

Religion & Rock w/Msgr. Jim Vlaun!
Religion & Rock - 1/02/22 - Remaining Excited

Religion & Rock w/Msgr. Jim Vlaun!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 58:57


Religion & Rock - 1/02/22 - Remaining Excited

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast
5-MINUTE MORNING: The latest on the top remaining 2022 uncommitted recruits

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 5:46


247Sports Director of Recruiting Steve Wiltfong joins Lance Glinn to break down the latest in the recruitments of five-star DL Shemar Stewart, five-star LB Harold Perkins, and four-star safety Jacoby Mathews. Host: Lance Glinn Guests: Steve Wiltfong Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Habit Based Lifestyle
EP398 Habit Of Doing The Work

Habit Based Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 9:49


When is doing the no longer the way to go?  When it becomes forced.  The truth is that 'The Work' never truly goes away.  It never goes away in business, my body, or my relationships.  Remaining too focused on doing the daily work and simply checking off the boxes doesn't leave much room for creativity.  Today I'm going to discuss how embodying my work has changed my life and provide the tools I used, so you can do the same.  When you switch from ‘doing the work' to ‘being the work', the sense of fulfillment and enjoyment you gain from life will completely transform.   -- Are you looking to connect with a group of like-minded habit hacking people? Join my private Facebook group along with 100's of others in my habit-based lifestyle secrets page https://www.Facebook.com/groups/307809586529906/ where I'll be dropping daily habits, tips, and tricks every single week.   Want additional information on our programs and other ways to get involved, check out my website http://jesseewell.com/ or www.Habitbasedlifestyle.com

Core Creek Community Church
Remaining connected to Christ in the coming year

Core Creek Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021


Christ Church
Keep Watch | Remaining Ready for the King | Rev. Dr. Daniel Meyer | 12.26.2021

Christ Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 40:00


Christ Church
Keep Watch | Remaining Ready for the King | Charlie Browning | 12.26.2021

Christ Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 40:00


Westside Church: Audio
Doubting, Wrestling, and Remaining - Habakkuk 1:1-2:5

Westside Church: Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 35:42


Through the lens of Habakkuk the prophet, we gain a glimpse of what it looks like to doubt God, wrestle with Him, and yet remain with Him through it all. Series: Habakkuk: Frustration to Faith Speaker: Nathan Harrison Date: December 26, 2021 Text: Habakkuk 1:1-2:5 To connect with us or find more resources visit us at www.wchurch.ca

BMitch & Finlay
12.22.21 Hour 3- Remaining Schedule, Making The Playoffs, More Calls

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 35:55


9:30- The guys go through the remaining schedule for the WFT and determine which NFC teams have the hardest remaining schedules.  19:45- Is there any chance the WFT makes the playoffs?  30:50- Keeping the phone lines open to hear what people have to say about the WFT.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Points of Illumination Podcast
Ep56 | Holiday Survival Guide: Triggers, Gift-giving and Remaining True to Yourself

Points of Illumination Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 44:56


Are you easily triggered around the holidays by EVERYTHING?  We talk about what we do when we are triggered or affected by our families during the holidays. How we give gifts and how we connect with and stay true to ourselves over the holiday season. It's all about INTENTION.  We also give a brief update on the new and full moon cycles, and the tough astrology of December 2021. We mentioned our Intention episode we recorded a while back- here's the link if you want to dive deeper into the subject: https://plnk.to/pointsofilluminationpodcast/e/1000514189562   ∙ Visit us at www.pointsofillumination.com for our upcoming courses and in-person retreats ∙ Join our Free Facebook community “POI Support Circle” for conversations, questions, and comments on the podcast ∙ Follow us on Instagram @pointsofillumination for the latest news! ∙ You can also find our podcast and more educational content on our YouTube Channel.  Make sure to hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on any of our weekly episodes. If you enjoyed this one, please leave us a 5-star review, and share it with someone you think could benefit from it. We would be forever grateful! 

Moments with Pastor Henry...
Covering The Remaining 9 Days As We Pray

Moments with Pastor Henry...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 32:05


Hallelujah! It's the week of Christmas. I pray that the Peace of God the angels proclaimed at the birth of Jesus be ushered into your homes this season in Jesus name. The peace the world cannot give, the peace the world does not, and cannot understand - receive it anew from the throne of our King in Jesus name. Amen! In the podcast this morning, I revisited the scripture in Mark 4:35-39 to show what three steps Jesus took to overcome the storm to cross over to the other side. Listen and be blessed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rccg-coryonkers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rccg-coryonkers/support

MLB From CDA Baseball
Episode 15- Free agent frenzy! Best of the remaining!

MLB From CDA Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 74:10


Castellanos, Bryant, Freeman, Correa, and tons of fun!!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Locked On Diamondbacks - Daily Podcast On The Arizona Diamondbacks
Best fits for top remaining MLB free agents

Locked On Diamondbacks - Daily Podcast On The Arizona Diamondbacks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 25:58


Millard Thomas is joined by Ben Kaspick for part 3 where they give predictions and break down the best fits for the top MLB free agents still on the market. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria
M&F - The concerns remaining after Patriots 27-17 loss to the Colts

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 21:52


M&F - The concerns remaining after Patriots 27-17 loss to the Colts 12-20-21 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Worldwide Impact
12/13/21 "Remaining Faithful" with David Hogan

Worldwide Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 52:56


Black and White Sports Podcast
The Jacksonville Jaguars REFUSE to pay FIRED coach Urban Meyer any remaining money on his contract!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 8:45


The Jacksonville Jaguars REFUSE to pay FIRED coach Urban Meyer any remaining money on his contract! Website: www.blackandwhitenetwork.com Get your MERCH here: https://teespring.com/stores/blackandwhitesports Follow Black and White Network on Odysee: Black and White Sports: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhitesports Black and White News: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhitenews Black and White Entertainment: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhiteentertainment Follow us on Rumble: Black and White Sports: https://rumble.com/user/BlackandWhiteSports Black and White News: https://rumble.com/user/BlackandWhiteNews Email: blackandwhitesports2019@gmail.com Check out the podcast site here for all of the live streams: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports Please support Black and White Sports for as low as .99 per month here: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports/support Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/blackandwhitesports Join us and become a channel member today as we fight against Woke sports. Click the JOIN button or the link in the description and support us. Just starts at $4.99 per month and cancel anytime. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC73b_bf7j4fgTnBNRTqKKTA/join Check Out blackandwhitenetwork.com for More Exclusive Content from Us. Entertainment, Politics, Sports! 3 Membership levels Available As Well As Free Video Content & Articles!

Lead From The Heart Podcast
Brad Stulberg: Remaining Grounded When The Future Is Uncertain

Lead From The Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 54:29


As we near the two-year anniversary of the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the occasion merits some acknowledgment. The stress, strain, fear & ambiguity we've all endured as a result of this ordeal is truly incomparable to any other time in our lives. And even more remarkable is the fact that, no matter where people […] The post Brad Stulberg: Remaining Grounded When The Future Is Uncertain appeared first on Mark C. Crowley.

The Daily Article
The remaining kidnapped missionaries have been released

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 8:04


The twelve remaining members of a group of seventeen missionaries kidnapped in Haiti two months ago were released yesterday. In The Daily Article for December 17, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison explains why Christmas came at the time and in the manner that he did, then encourages us to experience the reality of his presence so that we can lead others to experience his reality. The Daily Article is written by Dr. Jim Denison and narrated by Chris Nichter. Subscribe to the newsletter at denisonforum.org/subscribe.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Friday, December 17, 2021

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 18:47


Trans revolution calls for communist revolution … and more on today's CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. This is Toby Sumpter. Today is Tuesday, December 14, 2021. Find all our shows at Crosspolitic.com and download the Fight Laugh Feast App at your favorite app store so you don't miss anything. And if you're not yet a Fight Laugh Feast Club Member, let me just encourage you to consider it today. We are seeking to build a Rowdy Christian Network -- news, sports, talk shows, even sitcoms that celebrate the good life and give liberals the proverbial whim-whams. If you'd like to help us do that, join the club. We love our sponsors, but the heartbeat of CrossPolitic is individual members supporting the work. Join today. Transgender Activists Discuss Their Work as Part of a new Communist Revolution Kay Gabriel, faculty member at New York University, asserts that trans activism is part of a larger effort to bring about a “Communist Revolution”. Play Audio Idaho Family Policy Center I wanted to let you all know about Idaho Family Policy Center. IFPC is currently the only explicitly Christian policy organization in Idaho politics. I serve on the board, and the president is Blaine Conzatti, a member of our sister CREC church, Kings Congregation down in Meridian. Blaine and IFPC have been leading the efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, end abortion in Idaho, and protect children from the transgender agenda. Basically, Blaine is a really strategic voice in Idaho politics, and he represents many of our biblical and constitutional concerns in Boise. IFPC is a brand new ministry and as such is in significant need of donations to help fund it. I know we all have many commitments to other good ministries, but if you are particularly concerned about Idaho politics, this is one way you can have a very direct impact. Go to www.idahofamily.org to learn more and make a donation. Senate Unanimously Passes Uyghur Forced Labor Bill https://dailycaller.com/2021/12/16/senate-passes-uyghur-forced-labor-bill-marco-rubio/ After a series of false starts and delays, the Senate passed the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act by voice vote Thursday. The bill, sponsored by Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, targets slave labor in Xinjiang and surrounding provinces, where China is conducting a genocide of the Uyghur people. It passedthe House by voice vote Tuesday and is expected to be signed into law by President Joe Biden. The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act creates a “rebuttable presumption” that goods produced in Xinjiang or by certain listed Chinese business entities are produced by the forced labor of Uyghurs or other ethnic minorities. Companies may continue to import products from Xinjiang if they provide “clear and convincing evidence” to the Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection that their supply chains do not include forced labor. The bill's passage unlocks three votes to confirm Biden nominees to key State Department positions. Rubio and Democratic Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy agreed that the Republican would drop his objections to Nicholas Burns, nominated to be Ambassador to China, Ramin Toloui, nominated to be Assistant Secretary of State, and Rashad Hussain, nominated to be Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, in exchange for Murphy's lack of objection to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. Glenn Loury Says America is Not White Supremacist Play audio: 0:00-1:02 Why are people flocking here from all over the world? Because it's so oppressive and white supremacist? Supreme Court Sends Texas Heartbeat Law Back to Appeals Court A U.S. Supreme Court decision Thursday dealt another blow to the Texas abortion industry by sending its lawsuit against the state heartbeat law back to a federal appeals court that previously allowed the legislation to go into effect. The Associated Press reports the pro-abortion groups suing to overturn the pro-life law wanted the justices to send their lawsuit back to U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman, who blocked the law in October. On Thursday, however, Justice Neil Gorsuch signed an order sending the case to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals instead, according to the report. Back in October, the Fifth Circuit rejected Pitman's ruling just a few days after he issued it and allowed the law to go into effect again. Pro-life leaders estimate that the heartbeat law, which bans abortions once an unborn baby's heartbeat is detectable, about six weeks of pregnancy, has saved thousands of babies' lives since it went into effect Sept. 1. The law includes a unique private enforcement mechanism that allows private individuals to sue abortionists and those who “aid and abet” in abortions in violation of the law. It is this provision that has been the main focus of the legal dispute thus far. Earlier this month, the Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit from President Joe Biden and rejected the Texas pro-abortion groups' request to temporarily block the law while their legal challenge continues through the courts. While the high court ruled that the Texas abortion businesses may continue with their lawsuit, it also watered down their case by allowing them to sue state licensing officials but not the state judges and clerks who are charged with handling lawsuits spurred by the law. Now, the Supreme Court is sending the case back to the Fifth Circuit for consideration, and abortion activists are losing hope — good news for the future of unborn babies in Texas. “The Supreme Court left only a small sliver of our case intact, and it's clear that this part of the case will not block vigilante lawsuits from being filed,” Marc Hearron, a lawyer with the Center for Reproductive Rights, told the AP. “It's also clear that Texas is determined to stop the plaintiffs from getting any relief in even the sliver of the case that is left.” Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California Berkeley School of Law, said he also was “stunned” that the Supreme Court allowed the law to remain in effect even though it violates Roe v. Wade. “The court's refusal to block the blatantly unconstitutional Texas law is also a strong signal that it is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade,” Chemerinsky wrote this week at the Los Angeles Times. Texas abortion businesses are admitting a likely defeat as well. They essentially have no way to stop Texas citizens and pro-life groups from filing lawsuits against them, abortionists and abortion center staff who help abort unborn babies in violation the law. And if the law remains in effect much longer, many Texas abortion businesses may close. According to the Texas Tribune: Amy Hagstrom Miller, president of Whole Woman's Health, which operates four clinics in Texas and is the lead plaintiff in the providers' lawsuit, warned last week that the current volume of services is not enough to keep clinics open in the long term. “Staying open is not sustainable if this ban stays in effect much longer,” Hagstrom Miller said. “We are grateful for the donors and foundations and folks who have been supporting us in the interim … but the future looks bleak if we can't get some justice here.” Ultimately, the abortion businesses' legal challenge appears to be “doomed,” the report concluded. And that's great news for unborn babies. A new study found that, in just the first month of the law, abortions in Texas went down 50 percent. Since then, Texas abortion facility directors have reported even bigger drops in their abortion numbers, as high as 80 percent compared to the previous year, according to the Texas Tribune. The heartbeat law has the potential to save tens of thousands of unborn babies from abortion every year. In 2020, about 54,000 unborn babies were aborted in Texas, and about 85 percent happened after six weeks of pregnancy, according to state health statistics. Remaining missionaries kidnapped in Haiti by gang released https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/remaining-missionaries-kidnapped-haiti-gang-released-rcna9010?fbclid=IwAR0acBi61sVy19OtPu-G_kaiJdEj84zWLnILglQvByTNWRW3jF6WHLgd1kw A Haitian gang has released the remaining 12 hostages they had abducted — more than two months after their kidnapping, the Ohio-based religious group they work with announced Thursday. "We glorify God for answered prayer—the remaining twelve hostages are FREE! Join us in praising God that all seventeen of our loved ones are now safe," said a statement from Christian Aid Ministries. "Thank you for your fervent prayers throughout the past two months. We hope to provide more information as we are able." Haiti National Police Spokesman Gary Desrosiers also confirmed to NBC News that the hostages had been found safe, but would not say where they had been taken. Seventeen people working with the group were kidnapped in October by the 400 Mawozo gang, which controls the Ganthier commune in the suburb of Port-au-Prince where the missionaries were taken. Christian Aid Ministries had previously said that those who were kidnapped were sixteen U.S citizens and one Canadian citizen — six men, six women, and five children. The missionaries were returning from an orphanage, an hour and a half from Christian Aid Ministries Haiti base and often visited by their staff, when they were taken. The group, based in Millersburg, Ohio, repeatedly called for supporters to fast and pray for the safe release of the hostages, at one point earlier this month encouraging Christians to fast for three days. In November, two of the missionaries were released, and another three were freed earlier this month Fight Laugh Feast Magazine DNB Our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine is a quarterly issue that packs a punch like a 21 year Balvenie, no ice. We don't water down our theology, why would we water down our scotch? Order a yearly subscription for yourself and then send a couple yearly subscriptions to your friends who have been drinking luke-warm evangelical cool-aid. Every quarter we promise quality food for the soul, wine for the heart, and some Red Bull for turning over tables. Our magazine will include cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled through out the glossy pages, and more. Two major airline CEOs question effectiveness of mask mandates on planes https://nypost.com/2021/12/16/two-airline-ceos-question-need-for-mask-mandates-on-planes/ ​​The chief executive officers of two major airlines have questioned the need for mask mandates on planes — insisting that face coverings “don't add much” to the safety of flying amid the pandemic. CEO of Southwest Airlines, Gary Kelly, Play Audio “I concur,” Doug Parker, the head of the country's largest airline, American Airlines, added. “An aircraft is the safest place you can be. It's true of all of our aircraft — they all have the same HEPA filters and airflow.” Both airline chiefs insisted that the high-quality air filters on their planes bring in new air and reduce the spread of COVID-19. Psalm of the Day: Mozart's Magnificat Play: 0:00-1:18 Magnificat: My soul magnifies the Lord! My spirit rejoices in God my Savior! For He has regarded the low estate of His handmaiden: for behold, from henceforth all generations shall call me blessed. For He that is mighty hath done great things; and holy is His name. Amen! Remember you can always find the links to our news stories and these psalms at crosspolitic dot com – just click on the daily news brief and follow the links. This is Toby Sumpter with Crosspolitic News. A reminder: Support Rowdy Christian media, and share this show or become a Fight Laugh Feast Club Member. For a limited time, we're offering a Christmas Man Box for new subscribers at the Silver level and above, and if you're already a club member, you can purchase the CrossPolitic Christmas Man Box for just $50 while supplies last. Remember if you didn't make it to the Fight Laugh Feast Conferences, club members have access to all the talks from Douglas Wilson, Joe Boot, Jeff Durbin, Glenn Sunshine, Nate Wilson, David Bahnsen, Voddie Baucham, Ben Merkle, and many more. Join today and have a great day.

The Report Card with Nat Malkus
The COVID-induced teacher shortage?

The Report Card with Nat Malkus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 37:28


Every year, it seems, national and local press talk a lot about the "teacher shortage," and the reports are often accompanied with words like "emergency" and "crisis." The frequency of these reports might garner skepticism by some but, this year, talks around the teacher shortage are different. After nearly two years of COVID-19, and with the labor markets currently in flux, could it be that reports around the teacher shortage this year are different than before? Here to discuss is Dan Goldhaber and Gema Zamarro. Gema is a Professor in Education Reform and Economics at the University of Arkansas and the author of a recent report, titled: https://www.slu.edu/research/sinquefield-center-for-applied-economic-research/teacher-turnover-intentions-during-covid-fuchsman.pdf (Understanding how COVID-19 has Changed Teachers' Chances of Remaining in the Classroom.) Dan is the Director of the Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data (CALDER) in Education Research at the American Institutes for Research and the author of a new report on school district staffing, titled: https://www.cedr.us/_files/ugd/1394b9_7709c1ab926247469c2aa9c076b977bc.pdf (School District Staffing Challenges in a Rapidly Recovering Economy).

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
Government Increases Debt Ceiling, The Importance Of Texas Remaining Red, and a Woke Remake Bombs At Box Office

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 41:04


Tonight's rundown: President Biden heads to Kentucky to assess the damage done but the tornadoes over the weekend – an opportune time to make Climate Change the focus  To avoid a government shutdown, the House and Senate approved increasing the federal debt limit  As the History Tour heads to Texas this weekend, Bill discusses how important the Lone Star State is to Republicans in 2022 and beyond  Bill appearance on NewsNation with Dan Abrams  12 Democrat-run cities break homicide records in 2021 – not exactly the “list” you want your city to be on! “West Side Story” reboot bombs at the box office, as older audiences aren't responding to the “woke” remakes  This Day in History, 1961: Adolf Eichmann is found guilty and sentenced to death  Final Thought: The media and Bill  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria
M&F - Our one big remaining concern with the Patriots

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 43:28


HOUR 4: Lou Merloni and Christian Fauria share their one big remaining concern with the Patriots and hear from the fans on the same topic. Plus, it's always fun to laugh at the Indianapolis Colts who often humiliate themselves 12-15-21 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Green Light with Chris Long
Aaron Donald! Bill Simmons! NFL Playoff Outlook, Important Remaining Matchups & MNF Recap.

Green Light with Chris Long

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 94:47


(3:06) - Hello, Layup Line, MNF Recap and Quick Look at NFL Playoffs. (15:05) - Aaron Donald on MNF vs Arizona Cardinals, Three Sacks in a Game, Playing with Von Miller and Greg Gaines, DPOY Race and Kenny Pickett's Fake Slide. (25:54) - Hypothetical Macon's vs Aaron Donald. (29:17) - Bill Simmons on Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots, Mac Jones' Success, 2021 NFL Playoff Picture and Important Remaining Matchups, Growing Up a Patriots Fan, NBA Winter Classic and Developing Ryen Russillo into a Productive Professional. Green Light Spotify Music: https://open.spotify.com/user/951jyryv2nu6l4iqz9p81him9?si=17c560d10ff04a9b Spotify Layup Line: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1olmCMKGMEyWwOKaT1Aah3?si=675d445ddb824c42 Green Light with Chris Long: Subscribe and enjoy weekly content including podcasts, documentaries, live chats, celebrity interviews and more including hot news items, trending discussions from the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, NCAA are just a small part of what we will be sharing with you. http://bit.ly/chalknetwork Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Here's Where it Went Wrong
The News: When Remaining Unbiased Became Super Biased

Here's Where it Went Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 62:25


Andrew and Wen talk with writer and comedian Robby Slowik (Conan, The Problem with Jon Stewart) to trace the entire history of news! From its first appearance in written records, town criers, radio and TV, to the current state of debate where attempts at unbiased reporting might actually be more biased! Enjoying this podcast? Have questions, comments, or suggestions for an episode? You can reach out to Andrew and Wen on the HWIWW Twitter account! DM anytime, they'd love to hear from you! And subscribe to their Patreon to help keep the show going! Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Eagle Eye: A Philadelphia Eagles Podcast
A deep dive into Eagles' playoff push

Eagle Eye: A Philadelphia Eagles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 50:35


Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro discuss:(1:50) — Eagles have a chance at the playoffs.(3:14) — Remaining schedule and playoff race.(11:05) — Do the Eagles regret drafting DeVonta Smith over Micah Parsons?(15:35) — Quez Watkins on COVID list(22:01) — 5 things the Eagles need to do to make the playoffs.(39:18) — Look ahead to WFT.(43:35) — Rasul Douglas with another pick.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Built By BamaOnLine: An Alabama football podcast
Either/or or both (or more) where top remaining 2022 targets are concerned

Built By BamaOnLine: An Alabama football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 26:11


On the eve of Early Signing Day for the 2022 cycle, BamaOnLine.com recruiting analyst Hank South joins Travis Reier to hit on a number of Alabama football recruiting-related items, including: * Hank walks us through OV weekend that included a couple of late adds. * Playing the either/or or both (or more) game with top undecided 2022 targets (and transfer portal options). * Sign on Wednesday, get to work at UA on Thursday. * Committed UA prospects to keep an eye on with other programs Wednesday. The Built By BamaOnLine Podcast is now on Apple Podcasts as well as Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. Please subscribe, and leave us a rating and a review! Contact Travis Reier by personal message or on Twitter (@travisreier). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Woodmen Valley Chapel
The Visit, Luke 1:39-56

Woodmen Valley Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 62:08


Though young and insignificant in the world's eyes, Mary had been chosen by God to carry his Son into the world. Mary rejoices in God's marvelous work and in faith declares her trust in a beautiful song of praise. While we may be considered insignificant in the world's estimation, we need to declare our faith and trust in him, confident that he will accomplish all that he has said he will do. Songs: Joy To The World © Public Domain | CCLI Song # 24016 -- CCLI License # 420630 O Come All Ye Faithful © 2017 Hillsong Music Publishing (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | CCLI Song # 7095543 -- CCLI License # 420630 Goodness of God © 2018 Alletrop Music (Admin. by Music Services, Inc.) and Remaining portion is unaffiliated | CCLI Song # 7117726 -- CCLI License # 420630

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief
Bonus Podcast: From Acme--Winter Beers to Watch. Miracle on Annapolis Street. The Gift of Time!

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 19:57


In this month's podcast with the beer gurus at Katcef Brothers we hopped over to Acme Bar & Grill for a chat and some lunch (cheesesteak and a wing or two). Bill Catron is back with suggestions for the perfect beer to chase those "when is the family going to leave" holiday blues away. Ryan from Katcef is on hand to chat about the new Stella Artois program with Water.org about giving the Gift of Time. And Cassie chimes in with a NÜTRL new variety pack and a canned bloody mary from Cutwater! And, she reminds us to not forget about the Military Bowl Pub Crawl! More details on the Miracle on Annapolis Street on December 26th with the Budweiser Clydesdales and of course the Military Bowl on the 27th between ECU and Boston College! The parade kicks off at 10 am as does the free tailgate! The Who's Your Hero program is still going on. You can nominate your hero at militarybowl.org/budheroes or at your favorite watering hole. We have a few more special nights to do it in person complete with a chance to win tickets to the game.  (Schedule Below).  Finally, we spoke with Bernie O'Brien the GM for Acme Bar & Grill about what the Bowl means to the restaurants downtown, the impact the midnight madness evenings have and the specials they will be offering for all!  We also got him to give us the skinny on the best menu items BESIDES the wings--because they are the best in the area! Have a listen! And we'll see you at Midnight Madness, the Miracle on Annapolis Street, the Military Bowl Pub Crawl, the parade and the game! Remaining chances to win tickets and swag: Friday, December 10 | 5 pm to 7 pm | Boatyard Bar & Grill | Annapolis Friday, December 17 | 6 pm to 8 pm | McGarvey's | Annapolis

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
WKPWP - Tuesday Flagship - Keller & Powell talk Lesnar vs. Reigns, Cody's issues, AEW's remaining potential signings, NXT 2.0, ROH future

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 145:49


PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents the Tuesday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Jason Powell from ProWrestling.net. They cover these topics including some prompted by listener questions in the mailbag (and more):Brock Lesnar's as a babyface and possible results of his match at Day One against Roman Reigns.Kevin Owens' future and where he would fit in AEWAEW's ensemble approach to featuring their top half of the roster, pro and conThe Edge-Miz feud so far and Edge's future after that.Vince McMahon's strange relationship with Austin Theory.AEW's remaining potential free agent signings including the format Bray Wyatt.Johnny Gargano's decision and potential in both NXT/WWE and AEW.A look at NXT WarGames and 2.0 overall, with thoughts on Triple H's statusThe latest on ROH now and potential future if they restart in April.Sammy Guevara's TNT Title reign and performance as a babyface.The C.M. Punk-MJF dynamicThe Cody Rhodes conundrum including whether trying so hard is working for himHow the Hangman Page-Bryan Danielson feud is going so farAnd more sprinkled throughout with various sidebars and other topics.

Rich Zeoli
Identifying Remaining Members of the USS Oklahoma

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 50:02


Zeoli Show Hour 4:  In the final hour of the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the military deciding to not continue identifying the remaining members of the USS Oklahoma that are still unidentified at Pearl Harbor. In the 2nd part of "what's on the cut sheet," the focus is on CNN guests where one believes we should treat natural immunity the same as vaccination and another guest wants to remind people that even though China is a human rights abuser, so is the U.S. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Well Women Co Podcast
087: Having Faith + Hope in the Midst of Chronic Illness with Sondra Doty

Well Women Co Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 63:45


Chronic illness has the potential to derail the strongest person among us. Lingering symptoms without clear answers or resolution can quickly hinder resolve. As Christians, how do we stand in the tension of real suffering in our body and the full healing available through Jesus. There's times with reality does not align with the truth. Sondra Doty has walked through years of unexplained pain yet has continued to live in faith and hope of full restoration in body. Sondra is incredibly authentic in the struggle she's faced, but also shares her victories along the way. Whether you or a loved one has struggled with chronic illness this episode will bring encouragement and hope. We cover topics like: Hearing God's voice in the midst of pain Inviting others into what is sometimes a long journey Ways friends and family can provide support Remaining steadfast in the in-between illness and healing There is redemption in pain and suffering. God's redeeming power is far greater than our current circumstance. Join Sondra and I in this important episode. Well Women Co Instagram Show Notes Book Life Doula Sondra Instagram

Purple Insider - a Minnesota Vikings and NFL podcast
ESPN's Courtney Cronin picks the remaining schedule

Purple Insider - a Minnesota Vikings and NFL podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 51:47


Matthew Coller and ESPN's Courtney Cronin run through the schedule and talk about how things will play out for the Minnesota Vikings. But the challenge to picking the remaining slate is that Courtney has to pick the craziest possible thing to happen to determine a win or a loss. Plus Matthew gives Courtney quotes from the 90s classic Point Break to describe the matchup between the Vikings and the Detroit Lions. What do those quotes say about Kirk Cousins, Justin Jefferson and Mike Zimmer. And what will the Vikings do at right guard? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Purple FTW!
A Look at the Minnesota Vikings Remaining Schedule: 11-6 MINIMUM (ep. 1289)

Purple FTW!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 41:33


Rundown of the Minnesota Vikings remaining schedule and outlook for the upcoming opponents. There's ZERO reason why the Vikes should not be 8-6 by Christmas. Timestamps: • (0:40) Schedule • (8:01) NFC North Standings • (15:33) O-Line Fix • (23:32) Primetime Purple • (28:19) Week 13 Power Rankings A Northern Digital Production --- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast