On our Sunday edition of Seminole Sidelines, Patrick Burnham and Charles Fishbein discuss some of remaining Florida State recruiting targets and update on a few commitments. For more on FSU commit Landen Thomas and four-star receiver Ny Carr, go to theOsceola.com.
The latest episode of Land-Grant Holy Land's flagship podcast is here! Join LGHL's Josh Dooley and Chuck Holmes as they discuss Ohio State football, recruiting, and much, much more! Come for the hot takes, stay for the warm ones. On this episode of ‘Hangout in the Holy Land,' Josh and Chuck discuss this weekend's epic slate of CFB games... Wait, nevermind. That was last week. Instead of their usual Sunday recap, Joshtradamus and Chuck The Soothsayer preview Ohio State's remaining schedule and make predictions for each and every game. Down to the exact final score. Which games will Buckeye fans sweat out? And will all of them (hopefully) go the Scarlet and Gray's way? Gotta listen to find out! Please make sure to like, rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast! And as always, Go Bucks! Sign up with MyBookie using our link to receive your welcome bonus: https://mybookie.website/Grant23 Connect with the Podcast: Twitter: @HolyLandPod Email: HolyLandPodOSU@gmail.com Connect with Josh: Twitter: @jdooleybuckeye Connect with Chuck: Twitter: @ctholmes3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join host Lexy Davis as she welcomes the brave Renée Lemieux to Heart Snuggles. Renée, a 1-3 emotional projector in human design with a unique Taurus sun, Aquarius moon, and rising sign, shares her insights on cultivating profound love and navigating life's choices with a playful spirit. Whether you're well-versed in human design or new to it, this episode promises valuable wisdom for embracing love in all its forms. Tune in and embark on a journey toward deeper, more joyful love with Lexy and Renée. Golden Nuggets From This Episode: ✨ "When we connect with someone and we love them so much and then they end up separating ways from us, I continue to live my life like when I fall in love with someone or when I am in love with someone it's for life and I keep that conversation open to them. I don't understand how there can be a bad breakup" ✨ "If you want to have it all, you got to feel it all." ✨ "Why is long-term relationship even needing to be on the table at least in this current moment in time? What if like playing and really getting to know thyself is the utmost importance at the moment?" ✨ "And this is wild, like talk about divine intervention, and then when you don't listen to the divine intervention, there is no right or wrong, as we mentioned, but there are choices in life that we make, and the feedback can be extremely uncomfortable." ✨ "What can you do when your heart just desires someone so deeply and not not because of like an intimacy but because the soul is begging to be united again with a person that you spent lifetimes back" ✨ "Remember that every single person just wants to be loved." Connect More with Renée: IG: https://www.instagram.com/iamreneelemieux/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5LJbWeOha6T2yEVeBv9rlt?si=381810a222d24c82 YoutTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPVfBy0vNfMvyzoCYPUyEZQ More Lexy from Heart Snuggles: Join the Retreat: https://www.alivetoenjoy.com/retreat Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dating + Relationship Coaching -- https://www.alivetoenjoy.com/work-with-me Instagram: Alivetoenjoy & Heart Snuggles Donations to help spread the heart snuggles: https://www.alivetoenjoy.com/heartsnuggles Timestamps from episode: 02:23 Last random act of kindness 04:25 Self-pleasure and Societal stigma 11:44 Long non-relationship partnership 14:16 Love and separation in relationships 16:30 Remaining friends with exes 21:11 Withholding true feelings in relationships 25:39 Karma and relationships 27:30 Texture of emotions in relationships 31:14 Long-term relationships and societal expectations 31:57 Retreat Ad 35:00 Seeking authentic human connections 39:13 Expressing love openly and honestly 43:15 Journey of mental health expressions 46:13 Deep soul connection and love 53:32 Love letters and reciprocation 56:05 Favorite romantic memories 1:00:21 Snuggly heart breath of the day --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heartsnuggles/message
In hour three, we're fascinated by the list of NFL players that can singlehandedly move betting lines including Tua, Mahomes and even ... Tom Brady. Plus, after a 3-0 start, we decide to play 'win or loss' with the Dolphins remaining 14 game schedule.
The Spinnin Backfist boys stidown and give out the fights they are most anticipating for 2023. Feel the Fun and find Monaco canned cocktails at local retailers near you! Must be 21+. Drink Responsibly.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/SpinninBackfist
Dr. Matthew Richardson discusses the importance of revelation to become truly converted to Jesus Christ and why we wear “the whole armor of God.”Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/new-testament-episodes-31-40/YouTube: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/15G9TTz8yLp0dQyEcBQ8BY00:00 Part II–Dr. Matthew Richardson 00:07 Dr. Richardson shares a personal story about the power of the gospel2:00 Unity and one body03:39 Grace05:08 C.S. Lewis and the scissors analogy09:25 Gratitude and not boasting11:27 Jesus enacts uncomfortable change13:36 Remaining close to the Spirit15:58 We are called to be a light18:50 Let God prevail21:13 Putting off our natural tendencies22:52 Being receptive to revelation25:29 A great wrestle26:45 Honoring parents29:16 Why we don the “whole armor of God”35:59 Protecting and defending38:45 Protecting our thoughts41:06 The mysteries will be solved through revelation and revelators43:38 The power of the sacrament47:59 Not the “hoodie of happiness”49:19 Having the Spirit with us51:51 It's not a burden, it's a quest 54:21 Strength in numbers56:08 The Atonement of Jesus Christ and the role of the Spirit57:56 President Eyring on “no more strangers”1:00:54 A warning from Paul and final message 1:06:36 End of Part II–Dr. Matthew RichardsonThanks to the followHIM team:Shannon Sorensen: Cofounder, Executive Producer, SponsorDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: Marketing, SponsorLisa Spice: Client Relations, Editor, Show NotesJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignAnnabelle Sorensen: Creative Project ManagerWill Stoughton: Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Translation Team, English & French Transcripts, WebsiteAriel Cuadra: Spanish Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com
On today's episode, I'm talking to health equity researcher Dr. Alicia Whittington about discovering your purpose.Alicia is the Assistant Director of Engagement and Health Equity Research for the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University. Additionally, she's the co-investigator of Family Experiences Managing Football Lives, studying the impact of supporting the NFL player on the family unit. Alicia shares how her lived experiences and her family's history have shaped her career journey and led her to where she is today. Trained in public health research and the sister of two NFL players, Alicia began studying the impact of professional football on players during graduate school and hasn't looked back. She discovered her purpose and has relied on this knowledge during moments of doubt to remember why she's doing the work. We talk about:Making career decisions one step at a time by choosing the best option from the information available at the time.Remaining true to yourself and showing up to places with authenticity.Finding support from your family and network to sustain you through the highs and lows. Grab my free exercise to help you start defining your personal values today.You can find the show notes and more resources at https://madamathlete.comKeep an eye out for new content or let us know what you'd like to see next by following us on social:Instagram: @theMadamAthleteFacebook: @MadamAthleteTwitter: @MadamAthlete
Many are struggling to figure out how to make decisions about their business amidst an uncertain economy. In this episode, we discuss how you can stay resilient by adopting “Test-and-Learn” practices. This is the cycle of doing, learning, refining, and repeating. It allows for fast-cycle iteration, saving money and time, and it can be applied to all aspects of your business. We talk about specific practices and examples based on our experience so you can immediately integrate Testing-and-Learning into your business today. Do you want to stand out in your industry and get more sales? Show you're different to attract and retain top talent? Build a brand that drives real business results? Grab your Brand Strategy Workbook at: https://forthright-people.com/brand-strategy And as always, if you need help in building your Marketing Smarts, don't hesitate to reach out to us at: ForthRight-People.com. FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/forthrightpeople.marketingagency INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/forthrightpeople/ LINKEDIN https://www.linkedin.com/company/forthright-people/ WORKSHEETS https://www.forthright-people.com/resources VIRTUAL CONSULTANCY https://www.forthright-people.com/shop
In the Extra Point segment, Mike Mulligan, David Haugh and executive producer Dustin Rhoades discussed the Cubs' sweep of the Rockies over the weekend. They also pondered this question: Does the upcoming Braves or Brewers series scare you more for the Cubs?
In hour three, Mike & Jason talk Canucks w/ Dan Murphy after their big loss in Calgary plus the boys tell us what they learned!This podcast is produced by Andy Cole, Ben Basran and Greg Balloch.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Use code "THREEOHTAKE" for $20 off your first SeatGeek order! - If Taylor Swift was an MLB girlfriend - Nate's buying Clayton Kershaw's comments - Kyle is selling bad teams being covered right now - Weekend series rundown - Acuña hits his 40th home run - Have we seen the last of Joey Votto? - Astros suck against 100-loss teams - Rangers back in first in the AL West - Phillies sweep to maintain top WC spot - What we know one week out - Remaining schedules for contenders - Matchups if the postseason started today - Who owns the tiebreakers - Looking at the NL MVP conversation #SeatGeekCodeTHREEOHTAKEDownload the podcast: https://pod.link/1417454868
Remaining in God's will allows us to embrace our primary assignment. First, please, subscribe, in your preferred app, to partake in freshly released anointed prayers and receive Spiritual insight. All honor and glory belong to the most high God for he is worthy of the praise. Acknowledging on today that God is mighty and all situations, circumstances and sicknesses. Petitioning the throne of grace on today to move on our behalf, and to raise us up higher than the cares of this world. Presenting the ones who stand in need of a touch from God or a washing in the blood of Jesus. #SaraG #Anona #Harmani #Carter #Jayla #JoyandJoslyn #NehemiahAndLiza #Genesis #MakaylaAndNakya #SaraT #KeShawn #Trevin #Jason #Deante #JaQuan #DavidRay #Calvan #Nicole #trevva #Amanda #ApostleAndFirstLadyBadger #Beau #Melody #Matthew #Ebony #GloverFamily #UncleJohnnie #ProphetBennett #Bella #MiddletonFamily #Jamison #UncleLeroy #CampbellFamily #Trimeka #Friday --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ravenia/message
“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” -Marcus Aurelius This week we cover a topic that hits close to home to both hosts Mike and Melon. Recently, both have experienced physical setbacks that will effect their every day lives, which, as we all know can take a toll on our positive outlooks for the present and the future. So what do we do when this happens? How can we hold onto positivity? We prepare for the adversity and then we face it as our best version. When adversity shows up at your doorstep, we find ourselves asking “Now what do I do?!” That wave of uncertainty or fear sets in, and it begins to formulate possible outcomes or future's in our mind that we may not necessarily want, driving ourselves into a state of panic or uncomfortableness. *A few things that we've learned along the way to help combat this, and to try to remain positive during adversity: -Accept your current reality. It may have been not what you planned, but it is happening. -Try not to focus on WHY this happened as much as WHAT you can do going forward. -Remember what you are still in control of, not what you can't control. -Aim to be in a state of gratefulness, for you may not have lost absolutely everything. How has adversity changed your life for the better? For the worst? What could you do differently next time you face it? Is it some thing you were incapable of doing or just afraid to do? Let us know! Goals for 2023: -100 Ratings on Apple Podcasts -50 Written reviews on Apple Podcasts -500 followers on FB, IG, and YouTube! #PBC #PushingBackChaos #Podcast #HMG #HeroesMediaGrp #Veterans #goals #Transition #Military#Hobbies#Operationonceinalifetime #TeamAddo #Adversity #StayPositive #Positivity #Struggle #Youcandoth Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Summary:Anne Fulton is the Founder and CEO of Fuel50, an AI-driven talent marketplace platform. As an organizational psychologist, a builder of psychometric tests, and a published author of two books, Anne Fulton is passionate about helping people find and fine tune their careers. In this episode, Anne talks about creating organizational resilience and what takes a company from a state of survival to thriving. Chapters:[0:00 - 4:10] IntroductionWelcome, Anne!Today's Topic: Creating Organizational Resilience and How to Go From Surviving to Thriving[4:11 - 13:56] What's the journey from survive to thrive in this economic era?Defining and focusing on organizational fitnessThe pros and cons of an agile processes within an organization[13:57 - 20:02] What should HR practitioners be investing in today?Employee empowerment and listening to the employee voiceDeveloping leaders that can truly listen to their employees[20:03 - 32:43] How should HR be thinking about AI?People are afraid of AI when they don't know how to use itControls and protocols must be created to ensure AI will not pose a risk for organizations[32:44 - 33:49] ClosingThanks for listening!Quotes:“We have an opportunity as leaders to ask powerful questions that allow people to coach themselves toward answers and a focus on solutions.”“Every organizations needs to think about how it's going to create safety for the organization and safety for the individuals [when using new AI technologies].”Resources: Anne's BooksContact:Anne's LinkedInDavid's LinkedInPodcast Manger: Karissa HarrisEmail us!Production by Affogato Media
Several invasive insect species are killing trees and plants. Most of these bugs came from Asia, and are now spreading across the United States. Adelgids are attacking Hemlock trees, spotted lanternfly are going after grapes. But scientists are also using bugs to help combat the spread of some of these pests? To learn more, Roxy […]
Breakups are hard. If you're in a romantic relationship, if you have a long term friendship that is no longer serving you. We've learned the rules to navigate both of these types of breakups, but who's setting the rules for when you break up with your job?There are so many emotions that run rampantly through, not only are we walking away from the job (regardless if it's our decision or not) and the company, but the people. In this episode, we are digging into how to handle the personal piece as you consciously uncouple from your job. In this episode we're talking about… How to handle the emotions that come with different job breakup situations such as leaving on your own accord, being laid off, fired or being the last person standing Recognizing relationships may indeed change and that is ok, don't take it personally Moving forward to heal your heart not to heal your ego How to approach awkward situations like your boss being let go Remaining gracious in these situations and why it will benefit you over the long run The Modern Gen X Woman Podcast is one of the favorite podcasts for women in midlife. Our Special OffersSchedule your free, no-strings attached 30-minute session. Struggling in your professional life or business? Feel like you're at the bottom of the midlife U-curve? Schedule a free, no-strings attached 30-minute session with Jackie or Mimi. Want to connect with other Modern Gen X Women? Join our Facebook community Modern Gen X Woman created by Gen X Women for Gen X Women. Be a part of the conversation and get support on your career, business, and life.Download your FREE copy of GEN neXt magazine.We've been shouting just to be heard, doing for everyone else, sometimes minimized, often overlooked. This has been our mid-life experience, until now. Introducing GEN neXt, the magazine shining a light on the forgotten generation. Download your copy here. Are you a Modern Gen X Woman? Download the manifesto here. Use it as your North Star as you navigate what it is to be a woman in midlife. Like and follow Modern Gen X Woman, Jackie and Mimi. Facebook | Mimi on LinkedIn | Jackie on LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram Get your free copy of our digital magazine, GEN neXt, The Voice of the Modern Gen X Woman. www.moderngenxwoman.com/gennext GEN NeXt is a collection of insights from incredible organizations, women, and industry experts who have dedicated themselves to the same cause—turning up the volume of women 40+. We're not just Gen X we're GEN neXt
The guys talk briefly about how packed 2023 has been for games before diving into all the ones remaining for the rest of the year! Follow The More You Nerd Visit our website and archives at themoreyounerd.com Follow us on Twitter @themoreyounerd Like us on Facebook
The party was delirious in the aftermath of Sunday's huge win over the Tampa Rays but as Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate the Orioles playoff berth, there's plenty of caution ahead about pitching and winning enough to still be crowned AL East champs. The post Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate Orioles playoff berth but warn of remaining two weeks of huge games and playoff seeding possibilities first appeared on Baltimore Positive WNST.
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This week Brad declares muses on the meaning of a French tuck, Jonny gets sunburn in a hop field, and we look forward to tomorrow's LOVE & BEER Festival!Remaining tickets available here: https://app.promotix.com/events/details/Love---Beer-Festival-ticketsSupport the showBrought to you by the team behind the Craft Beer Channel, The Bubble takes an irreverent look at beer from the outside, inviting new people to give us their perspective on the world we're all obsessed with. You're listening to the bubble, the podcast turning beer inside out.SUPPORT US! Pledge on Patreon and get some cool merch & videos: https://www.patreon.com/craftbeerchannel Check out our awesome sponsor The Malt Miller: https://www.themaltmiller.co.uk/ Twitter – @beerchannelFacebook – http://www.facebook.com/thecraftbeerchannelInstagram – @craftbeerchannel
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It's National Sober Day! and Kathy is telling her "getting and staying sober" story in the hopes it inspires others. When did she start drinking and how much did she drink? How and why did she quit? And, how has she remained sober for 20 years? Tune in to hear all the details including how she was a black out drinker and how that only got worse over time, the crazy things she did while blacked out and how those things effected her, all the sex and sabotage that came with her drinking, how and why it brought the worst out in her, her bottom and how she felt when she hit it, how she went to AA in the beginning anyhow and why it was important for her then, how and why she stopped aa and how she remained sober without it, the issues that came up the minute she stopped drinking and how she dealt with them, her first year of sobriety and how and why she made so many mistakes, how she eventually realized why she was drinking so much in the first place and what she did to work on herself, how hard it was at first and the one tool she uses to this day to stay sober, how things got easier over time and how becoming sober completely,y changed her life for the better plus a whole lot more. **To see anonymous pics of my female guests + gain access to my PRIVATE Discord channel where people get super naughty + get early access to all episodes + hear anonymous confessions, + gain access to my Discord channel, join my Patreon. It's only $5 a month and you can cancel at any time. You can sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/StrictlyAnonymousPodcast Want to be on the show? Email me at email@example.com or go to http://www.strictlyanonymouspodcast.com and click on "Be on the Show" Have something quick you want to confesss? Call the hotline at 347-420-3579. Want a private convo with me that won't be aired on the show? All calls are private, confidential and anonymous. Click here: https://calendly.com/strictlyanonymouspodcast/45min Sponsors: Get 15% off The Personal Massager by Butter Wellness. Go to butterwellness.com and use the code “STRICTLY” at checkout for 15% off Follow me! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/strictanonymous/ Twitter https://twitter.com/strictanonymous?lang=en Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/StrictlyAnonymouspodcast Website http://www.strictlyanonymouspodcast.com Everything else https://linktr.ee/Strictlyanonymouspodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Jeff Moore // #LeadershipThursday // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, ICE CEO Jeff Moore discusses the concept of excessive humility and being overly open-minded, discussing how it can hinder individuals from taking action and being useful. While acknowledging the importance and benefits of open-mindedness in considering different perspectives and possibilities, Jeff also points out that excessive open-mindedness can render one unable to take stances or make decisions, rendering it useless. Jeff emphasizes the need to strike a balance between open-mindedness and the ability to take a stance. He cautions against being so open-minded that one loses their ability to make decisions and take action. Excessive open-mindedness, according to Jeff, can lead to a lack of direction and clarity, making it difficult to make progress or contribute effectively. Similarly, Jeff addresses the issue of excessive humility, particularly in relation to feeling inadequate to take action due to a lack of knowledge. While it is important to acknowledge and respect the limits of one's knowledge, Jeff argues that excessive humility can be detrimental. Constantly waiting for more information or certainty before taking action, they assert, can result in paralysis by analysis and prevent individuals from being useful in their professional careers. Jeff encourages individuals to have a level of humility that allows them to act even in the presence of uncertainty. Jeff highlights the importance of being willing to make choices and decisions, even if they may not always be perfect. By embracing the imperfection of action and remaining focused, individuals can gather data and fill the gaps in their knowledge. This approach allows for continuous improvement and growth while avoiding the pitfall of doing nothing. Take a listen to the podcast episode or read the full transcription below. If you're looking to learn more about courses designed to start your own practice, check out our Brick by Brick practice management course or our online physical therapy courses, check out our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 JEFF MOORE Okay, team, what's up? Welcome to Thursday. Welcome back to the PT on Ice Daily Show. I am Dr. Jeff Moore, currently serving as a CEO of Ice, and always thrilled to be here on Leadership Thursday. I cannot wait to jump into this topic about choice and the need to make one. Before we do, it's Gut Check Thursday. Let's not ignore the workout. Let's talk about it. Let's take it on head on. It's a doozy. We've got five rounds for time, okay? We've got 12 handstand pushups, nine toes-to-bar in six squat cleans. Okay, it's gonna be at 155, 105, so a little bit heavier than we usually encounter our cleans in Gut Check Thursday, but the volume's a little bit lower there on that set. Five rounds of that for time, bang that out, you're probably gonna have some rest on the handstand push-ups and the heavier squat cleans. Try to keep moving steady, make sure you tag Ice Physio, hashtag Ice Train, we love tracking those videos. Get it in, it's Thursday, get the work done. All right, upcoming courses, I want to highlight CMFA Live this week. We've got Newark, California coming up. I think there's only two spots left in that course. That's with Zach Long and crew. It's going to be September 30th, October 1st, so in a couple of weeks over in California. We've got Linwood, Washington coming up October 7th, 8th, and then down in Hoover, Alabama, November 4th, 5th. So if you want to get out on the road, learn all things barbell movements, get into some basic gymnastics, talk about programming, demystify a lot of things around resistance training. That is the course you need to be in. It is, of course, part of our CMFA certification, which includes Essential Foundations, Advanced Concepts, also known as Level 1 and Level 2 on the fitness athlete side. And, of course, during that live course, you get testing in person if you want to obtain that certification. So hit that up. PTonICE.com is where all that good stuff lives. 02:16 YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE Let's talk about the topic. You have to choose. Team, it has always driven me nuts. From the very, very first entrance into my professional career, this comment or idea of more research is needed has always driven me crazy. Now, I don't mean from the actual research side. Like, I get the idea of why that statement is made, at the end of papers, like, hey, to get to a certain level of statistical significance or confidence, we have to have more data, right? Totally understand where that comes from in the research world. But the ridiculous incorporation or discussion of that into patient care has always blown my mind, right? So you see so many folks saying that, we don't know, we don't know, we don't know, as though we can't do anything. This is absurd from a patient care perspective. Like, I always imagine these people, like, are you really sitting in front of your 8 a.m. and saying, hey Lynn, I know your shoulder's really bugging you. Problem is, the jury's still a little bit out on the best rehab for this until we know, we're gonna pause here, I'm gonna have you come back. Like, are you really doing this all day, every day, every 30 minutes with a new patient? Of course not, it's absurd. To be of any use, we must decide and act in the presence of uncertainty. This is true literally everywhere in our lives. It is obviously true in patient care, right? We've got to do something for Lynn, right? We know it's not gonna be perfect, but we've gotta act with the knowledge we have and do our best. We have got to decide and act in the presence of uncertainty. And this goes so far beyond patient care. This is true in every aspect of our professional journeys and lives. We've gotta be willing to say, we've gotta be willing to choose to say, From what I've learned and experienced thus far, I currently believe X. I don't care what domain you're talking about. I don't care if you're talking about business, sports, hobbies, patient care, nothing moves forward with waiting. I was thinking about this last weekend. So for those of you who haven't followed my recent journey, I'm getting into enduro motorcycling, right? So I'm signing up for some races next year and I'm terrible at it. So this weekend I'm up in the mountains and I'm flying down this trail, moderately out of control per usual, and having to choose lines in real time, right? So you're coming up on obstacles, going relatively fast, thinking I've got to do something in real time in this moment. I have to choose. Now, knowing full well in that moment that if I was to go back to that same trail two years from now, I have no doubt that I would choose a different and by different I mean better line because I'll be better at the activity. But that does not mean right now I don't have to choose. I just have to choose, thinking with the experience that I have, what is the best way to move forward, knowing full well it isn't going to be perfect. In a couple years when I come back, I'll choose something different. This is the process. Just because you know down the road, you will know more and do better, doesn't mean right now you do nothing. not in patient care, not in business, not in sport. Yet, people are always trying to remain neutral and I want to discuss a few of the reasons why they do this and I want to challenge them a little bit. So, number one, people are often proud of themselves for being open-minded. What I would say is excessively open-minded. Being open-minded is great. Always remaining vigilant that better options are out there and keeping an eye open that you're not missing them because you're so tunnel-visioned, that's great. But being excessively open-minded to the point where You say, yeah, I'm open to that, I'm open to that, I'm open to that, I'm open to that, I'm open to everything. 06:23 “AT SOME POINT, BEING SO OPEN-MINDED IS HAVING NO MIND AT ALL” Well, at some point, being that open-minded is having no mind at all. And having no mind at all isn't useful to anybody. Being open-minded is great. Being excessively open-minded to the point where you can't take any stances is useless. And you've gotta be careful of which side of that line you're on. Number two is excessive humility about what we don't know yet. People love to say, yeah, but we aren't sure yet. We will never be sure. That's the nature of the game. So while, again, some of that humility is useful, so you're not excessively betting on something that you truly don't have the requisite data for yet, understanding that we are never gonna hit a point where we say, we are absolutely certain about this, Knowing that and owning that will allow you to act even in the presence of some level of uncertainty. So this excessive humility of, we never know enough to do anything, again, simply isn't useful. Number three. People don't wanna be seen as falling into a guru camp, and there's some good reasons for that. Looking back historically, and again, speaking to physical therapy, it's the area I know the best, there have certainly been plenty of extremists in guru camps that have led the collective astray, no doubt, but don't be one of those. You don't have to be an extremist in a camp to go in and say, hey, I think most of what's going on here is pretty useful. There's no reason you can't go into it with that frame of mind. But people are so afraid of being labeled, of being in this camp, or that camp, or that camp, that they stay, again, doing nothing. And unfortunately, doing nothing doesn't serve anybody. Number four, they don't want to step on toes. Once you say, hey, I believe this, you are naturally going to rub some people the wrong way because now you've committed a bit. You've said, I kind of looked at everything that I could and I'm going to go this direction. I think this makes the most sense. Well, other people that made other commitments are going to be rubbed the wrong way by that. If that is not happening, you are not doing anything of merit. If you are never rubbing anybody the wrong way, I can promise you, you aren't moving anything forward in a relevant fashion. So reflection point number one of this episode is are you doing that? In the past couple years, have you rubbed some folks the wrong way? I mean, give this some serious thought. Like really think, have your stances, have your actions bothered some folks? If that answer is no, you're not standing for anything. And if you're not standing for anything, you're not being useful. So just give yourself a little pause today and really think, like, am I committing enough that people who have made contrary decisions are a bit bothered by that? That should be a constant in your life. As you're working through decisions and emerging and making choices, some people aren't gonna love those, and if you aren't feeling some of that pushback, I think you're holding yourself back and trusting yourself and making commitments that actually allow you to decide and move things forward. But the number one reason is I look at folks who are forever trying to stay in this kind of neutral ground that I really feel this static posture doesn't get anybody anywhere is because they don't want to be wrong. They don't want to be wrong. They don't want to look back in two years and know the line they took on that motorcycle trail was the worst one they could have chosen. They don't want to be wrong. They're perfectionists. Team action is always imperfect. Action is always imperfect, especially in hindsight. There is not a single action you are ever gonna take that you're gonna look back with five more years of data and say that was perfect across every domain. That's never going to happen. So if you can't embrace that you're gonna be wrong, at least in some percentage, every single time you make a choice, You are forever going to be paralyzed. It will be paralysis by analysis for the rest of your professional, business, patient care career. You've got to get over that. You've got to embrace that every single action will always be looked back as imperfect, and that is a beautiful part of the process. That's what allows you, as you recognize that, to alter it, shape it, and make it better. This is the process. 10:55 “IF YOU CAN'T CHOOSE IMPERFECT ACTION, YOU CAN'T CHOOSE ACTION. PERIOD.” But if you can't choose imperfect action, you can't choose action, period. And that's a problem if you're trying to be useful as you're moving forward. Bottom line is this, the people that I've observed who have been the most useful, and of course, the most useful meaning the most successful, because these two things tend to go together. You provide a lot of value, you're useful, success follows, are always those who took really deep dives. They said, I think this makes a bunch of sense, I'm going all in. Like I'm gonna learn as much about this as I can, I'm gonna try to replicate it, I'm gonna try to leverage it, I'm gonna try to use it. But as they're doing that, they're aware and okay with acknowledging the shortcomings of that model. So that they can in real time be seeking out solutions to fill those gaps. They're learning through action, which necessarily followed decisions, choosing. You have to do anything besides nothing. You have to do anything besides nothing, because if you don't get out there and go, you can't evaluate the shortcomings, because you aren't doing anything. The people that I see that act with the most, again, it's not arrogance, it's not even confidence, it's out of necessity to act. They know they have to say, I know this isn't perfect, but I have to go anyways. Those people that are willing to be in that space, first of all, provide the most value, and absolutely learn and refine at the highest rate of speed, simply because the data's now coming back at them because they're out there. And because they're out there, it's a bit vulnerable and emotional, and you tend to learn a ton in those phases. Now, all of that being said, Your decisions should always change. This is a critical part of this conversation, right? Your decisions should always change with emerging data. If they aren't, you're just being arrogant. And now you're falling into the other side of the problem, which is not having one eye open. If your decisions aren't changing consistently, if that's not just a part of your growth and process, where you look back and say, ooh, shoot, should've done, now that I know better, I'm definitely gonna do better because that was imperfect. If you are not regularly doing that, you are also going about this process wrong, but on the other side, right? Remaining blind and over-trusting your actions. So reflection point number two of the episode is have they? In the past couple years, Have you reversed course on a couple of key philosophies, beliefs, decisions, directions? If not, I think you're erring on the other side, where you're not keeping one eye open. You think your action's perfect. You aren't aware of the imperfection and looking for the gaps. You're going in blind. This is every bit as errant, maybe even more dangerously, than the former. In this case, not only are you probably not being as useful as possible, but you're probably leading folks excessively astray by not being aware of what's emerging. So reflection point number two is are you every couple years realizing something you believe strongly had some pretty significant flaws and are you willing to incorporate emerging data to change them? Team. If you aren't willing to embrace that action's always imperfect, you're never gonna choose, decide, and move forward. If you don't do that, you can never get the data that fills the gaps of what we don't know that you're so concerned about, it's holding you back from action to begin with. Trust that your intentions are good. Remain focused. Humble in the face of everything emerging, so you're not totally just tunnel visioned in one direction. Allow that to shape your actions, but make sure that you're actually playing the game. So when you get information, you can modulate in real time, forever become better, but always stay away from the pitfall of doing nothing. 14:49 “PARALYSIS BY ANALYSIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO ENSURE YOU'RE USELESS YOUR ENTIRE PROFESSIONAL CAREER.” Paralysis by analysis is the only way to ensure you're useless your entire professional career. Do anything besides nothing, stay humble, be ever evolving, but be willing to choose. You'll be wrong. I guarantee it. Me too. Let's be wrong bravely and let's adapt in real time. You have to choose. I hope it makes sense. Hit me up with questions, comments. Thanks for being here on Leadership Thursday. PTOnIce.com where everything lives. We'll see you next week. Cheers, team. 15:28 OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT on Ice daily show. If you enjoyed this content, head on over to iTunes and leave us a review and be sure to check us out on Facebook and Instagram at the Institute of Clinical Excellence. If you're interested in getting plugged into more ice content on a weekly basis while earning CEUs from home, check out our virtual ice online mentorship program at ptonice.com. While you're there, sign up for our Hump Day Hustling newsletter for a free email every Wednesday morning with our top five research articles and social media posts that we think are worth reading. Head over to ptonice.com and scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up.
In our first episode back after our longer than anticipated break, we discuss what life has looked like in this past year, and we talk about the importance of remaining in Jesus. We hope that you all had a great summer, and we're excited to be back! Our prayer is that this season will encourage you and help you grow closer in your walk with Jesus.
According to the Associated Press, nearly 50,000 people committed suicide last year, an absolute record in terms of raw numbers and the highest rate in nearly a century. Though, as one scholar noted, there's always the chance that the numbers are up on account of better reporting, that doesn't explain the consistent increase in these numbers over the last two decades. Something is broken in the United States, and it's us. Why, in the most prosperous time to be alive in human history, do so many think that they would be better off dead? Nor do these numbers about suicide tell the complete story. Along with the dramatic increase in substance-abuse-related deaths, particularly opioids, deaths related to alcohol abuse and other addictions, and the suicide-by-slaughter of mass shootings, we face an outbreak of what is being called “deaths of despair.” Some of this could be the result of an increasingly vitriolic cultural environment. After all, it is hard to be hopeful when everyone is yelling at everyone else. Students in particular are victims of the ubiquity of smartphones and their amoral algorithms. And although the economy has, over the same period, seen incredible expansion overall, places like the Rust Belt now mirror the frustrations of inner cities as industries disappear along with opportunities for meaningful labor. In addition to these structural concerns, we're also living downstream from particularly destructive ideas. For decades, American society has been steadily stripped of those meaning-making stories that made it, specifically the religious framing that placed our lives as part of something bigger. For even longer, we've been telling ourselves that transcendent things like truth, beauty, and goodness are imaginary, and that we are nothing more than matter in motion on a “pale blue dot” adrift in the heavens. The more recent orthodoxies of Critical Theory preach self-loathing as the only means of salvation, while at the tail end of the sexual revolution, our identities have been uprooted, tethered only to what we feel and are willing to self-determine. In the process, we've created a culture of victimhood, much of it fabricated, and have positioned it as the goal of life. All of this is a powerful recipe for social and individual instability, but that's not all. Voices of the state and media have, in the last several years, marketed suicide as a positive choice, the final solution to life's problems, and the final expression of autonomy and, thus, dignity. A growing number of U.S. states and the nation of Canada have embraced and now sell suicide to their citizens, using the language of “medical assistance.” Though what they provide is neither. Argued with language of autonomy and avoiding suffering, the end result is always more death. By making it an option, we've made suicide more likely. All this weighs most of all upon our neighbors and friends struggling with mental illnesses. In a culture broken and enmeshed by meaninglessness, double damage is done to these hurting souls. If we hope to prevent our neighbors from dying too soon, we'll first have to help them answer the question: “What is there to live for?”. A life without meaning will remain empty, no matter how much we try to fill it with prosperity, status, technological gadgets, “autonomy,” infinite choice, and distraction. To borrow from Thomas Aquinas, an increasingly secular culture removes any real conviction we have that it's even possible to “share in the goodness of God.” Thus, it'll take the Church, both as an institution and as individuals, to reach those who are hurting. Remaining open to our own pains and struggles, we can place them within a larger framework of meaning and hope. Christians, too, battle with despair but while knowing it will not have the final word. Christ does, so hope does. To better prepare to offer this hope in this fragile moment, please consider our “Hope Always” course featuring Dr. Matthew Sleeth. This course is available online, can be accessed anytime, and can be studied alone or as part of a community committed to providing healing to hurting neighbors. Go to educators.colsoncenter.org for more information. This Breakpoint was co-authored by Dr. Timothy Padgett. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org.
by Bilal Dardai A Roadmap How the story will be told Goodnight, Mt. Absalom. Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Clarisa Cherie Rios as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Kat Hoil as Abbie, Pat King as Chester, Corrbette Pasko as Maureen, Clint Worthington as Russel, and Michael Turrentine as Wes. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, assistant director Lauren Grace Thompson, recording engineer Mel Ruder, associate producer Ani Enghdahl, “Goodnight Mt. Absalom” written and sung by Jessica Best, with piano by Eli Hamada McIlveen, Unwell theme written by Stephen Poon, produced by haydée r. souffrant, Unwell lead sound designer Eli Hamada McIlveen, Executive Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Nils Gardner, by HartLife NFP. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Remaining humble allows us to embrace our primary assignment. First, please, subscribe, in your preferred app, to partake in freshly released anointed prayers and receive Spiritual insight. All honor and glory belong to the most high God for he is worthy of the praise. Acknowledging on today that God is mighty and all situations, circumstances and sicknesses. Petitioning the throne of grace on today to move on our behalf, and to raise us up higher than the cares of this world. Presenting the ones who stand in need of a touch from God or a washing in the blood of Jesus. #SaraG #Anona #Harmani #Carter #Jayla #Genesis #JoyandJoslyn #NehemiahAndLiza #MakaylaAndNakya #SaraT #KeShawn #Trevin #Jason #Deante #JaQuan #DavidRay #Calvan #Nicole #trevva #Amanda #ApostleAndFirstLadyBadger #Beau #Melody #Matthew #Ebony #GloverFamily #UncleJohnnie #Marlene #Siobhan #Brenda #Racheal --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ravenia/message
No one likes to struggle, and suffering---we could all do without. Or could we? Most often it is the struggle of life that tests the rootedness of our faith. Pastor and author Charles Haddon Spurgeon writes: "We cannot be established except by suffering. It is of no use our hoping that we shall be well-rooted if no March winds have passed over us. The young oak cannot be expected to strike its roots so deep as the old one. Those old gnarlings on the roots, and those strange twistings of the branches, all tell of many storms that have swept over the aged tree. But they are also indicators of the depths into which the roots have dived." The depth of the roots are indicators of the storms of life. How do you handle the storms of life? When storms hit, do the roots of your faith go deeper into Christ or do you feel yourself slowly being pulled away? Jesus, in his parable about the soils, talks about how the seed of gospel lands in some soil and begins to quickly germinate but then this happens: "But when the sun came up, the plants were scorched, and they withered because they had not root." ~ Matthew 13:6 Pressure, opposition, struggle, and suffering are all realities of following Jesus. For some, these pressures uproot their lives and everything about their faith falls apart. Yet for others the roots of their faith go even deeper and they literally grow stronger through the circumstances. How can we, the face of "March winds" and not only remain rooted, but grow stronger as well? This is one of the focuses of New Testament book of Colossians. The apostle Paul is writing to Christian who are feeling the pressure to uproot their lives from Christ and find another option; like returning to Judaism or choosing one of the pagan cultural gods. This is why he writes these urgent words: "So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in him, rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness." ~ Colossians 2:6-7 On Sunday we will study all of what Paul writes in chapter two and discover the strategy he teaches to help all of us remain rooted in King Jesus. To be a part of the conversation, give a listen to part three of Rooted.
What Would Jesus Say? John 15:5 September 10, 2023 Jesus said, “I am the Vine, you are the branches,” He is the source of life. A branch cannot survive, let alone bear fruit, without the vine. The fruit Jesus speaks of is not good deeds or moral behavior, rather the character traits developed by the Holy Spirit. Galatians 5:22 The power of the Vine changes us from the inside out. When we abide in the Vine we are not improved versions of our old selves. 2 Corinthians 5:17 This power gives strength to endure, peace to remain calm and hope to keep pressing on, in the middle of the storm. This power is freely given to all who choose to accept it. Remaining connected to the Vine, Jesus, is not a one-time decision, but a daily commitment. We stay connected through prayer, the Bible, and relationships with other believers. What does this fruit look like? Love: Mark 12:30-31 John 13:34-35 Joy: Galatians 5:22 Peace: Philippians 4:7 Patience: Colossians 3:12 Kindness: Romans 15:14 Faithfulness: 1 Corinthians 4:2 Gentleness: Ephesians 4:2 Self-Control: 2 Peter 1:5-7 Good Works: Matthew 5:16 Ephesians 2:10 Being connected to the Vine produces real fruit over a lifetime. This is a marathon, not a sprint. 1 Corinthians 9:24 +++++++ You can find our service times on our website: https://allnationstallahassee.com/ You can find sermon highlights on Twitter here: https://mobile.twitter.com/allnationstally
Welcome to NFL Total Access The Podcast, I'm your host, NFL Senior Writer Andrew Lavey, and today, we've got an exciting episode with a special guest, NFL QB Chase Daniel. We start by setting the record straight: Last night, it was a Lions WIN, not a Chiefs LOSS. Chase Daniel shares what makes this Lions team so dangerous and the unlikely but undeniable partnership between Jared Goff and head coach Dan Campbell. We shine a spotlight on a game you might not be talking about but should be—the Dolphins vs. Chargers matchup on Sunday in LA. We make a case for why this game might just be the best on the Week 1 schedule. Ever wondered why Jerry Jones' Cowboys seem to own the Giants, with four straight wins and 11 of the last 12 victories? We dissect this domination and take a closer look at the offensive concerns for the Cowboys. And finally, we wrap things up with our game picks and score predictions for every remaining Week 1 game. Get ready for some bold predictions and insights into the matchups. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Have you ever felt unseen and unnoticed? We all want to be seen and create a space in the world for ourselves. Our desire to be seen is authentic and isn't solely a matter of physique. It's about showcasing our capabilities, competing alongside our peers, and building connections. Human existence revolves around connections, and our quality of life is intertwined with our relationships with others. Building healthy connections starts with knowing who we are and who we want to become and matching our physical presence with our inner world. Remaining grounded in your true self is the compass guiding you through the narrative of your life. Knowing who you are and your values in life will liberate you from the urge to conform or blend in, and you no longer feel compelled to fit into situations that don't align with your authentic self.In this episode, we discuss how to create an attractive cover and content for your life book to attract the right people to your path. We also explore the profound significance of self-awareness, understanding who you are at your core, the values that drive your existence, as well as tips and strategies for nurturing enduring connections and harmonizing your external world with the essence of your inner self. Join us on this journey of self-discovery and transformation as we uncover the keys to living a purposeful and fulfilling life.Tune in!Key Highlights from the Show[00:01] Attention and how we have been programmed to deny our desire to be seen[02:55] Creating an attractive cover for your life and building connections with people[05:54] Balancing your pursuit for an attractive cover with the content of your book [08:01] How to be magnetic and attract people who are going to value you[09:08] Practical steps on how to create depth of character [12:08] Knowing who you are and creating a sense of belonging within yourself [13:16] Matching your physical presence with who you are on the inside[16:33] Checking in with yourself and creating better content for your life's book [18:32] Wrap-up and end of the showNotable Quotes Getting noticed is not about physique; it's about proving what you are capable of and being able to compete with your peers. - (01:02).Human life is about connections; everything we do and the essence of our existence comes down to our connections with others. Being attractive and being able to bring the right people into your life is very important. - (03:12)The quality of your connections with people will determine the quality of your life. - (07:47)Staying in touch with who you are will go a long way to understanding the content of your book; once you know who you are, it's easy to express who you are. - (10:31)When you know who you are, you remove the desire to mold yourself into a situation and no longer have to fit in; once you know who you are, you are unwilling to change who you are to fit into a situation. - (12:08).
Welcome to another episode of 'Dad Bod Destroyer Blueprint'! We're diving into a workout format that's all about efficiency and pushing your limits – 'In the Remaining Time.' Get ready to sweat, challenge yourself, and elevate your fitness game as we explore this dynamic workout style. The 'In the Remaining Time' format means no rest – every second counts. Join me as we break down this powerful workout method, sharing tips, techniques, and motivation to help you crush your fitness goals. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or just starting your fitness journey, this episode has something for everyone. Don't let the Dad Bod hold you back; let's destroy it together! Hit that like button, subscribe for more fitness inspiration, and let's get to work on sculpting a stronger, fitter you. Let's do this!
Author Alli Worthington joins us for a conversation about how to be an emotionally healthy and confident mom. She'll help you get rid of guilt, learn how to truly take care of yourself, and make you laugh a lot too. ResourcesRemaining You While Raising Them by Alli Worthington
Stu Burguiere examines the small ways the media and the Left are FINALLY acknowledging that Joe Biden's age and stamina are major threats to the stability of our nation. Is it too late for a country run by the old and the useless? Could what comes next possibly be worse? Then, Glenn Beck joins to explain why reality is at odds with so-called "Bidenomics." And have students in one Canadian school district finally seen the last of their (possibly trolling) teacher's prosthetic Z-cup breasts? Stu has the latest on Kayla Lemieux. TODAY'S SPONSORS CHAMONIX Take advantage of the Genucel Most Popular Package which now includes the dark spot corrector plus the classic Genucel bags and puffiness treatment and immediate effects... all at about 70% off, so you can try the best skincare in the world for yourself completely risk free. It's simple: go to http://www.Genucel.com/STU today, and start looking years, even decades younger tomorrow! Say goodbye to dark and liver spots, bags and puffiness under the eyes, crow's feet. You'll see results day one, and you'll get compliments everywhere you go, guaranteed REAL ESTATE AGENTS I TRUST For more information, please visit http://www.RealEstateAgentsITrust.com BIRCH GOLD GROUP Text STU to 989898 to claim your free infokit on gold today. With an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, THOUSANDS of happy customers, and countless 5-star reviews, Birch Gold is who you can trust to protect your future Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This Week in Startups is brought to you by… Squarespace. Turn your idea into a new website! Go to Squarespace.com/TWIST for a free trial. When you're ready to launch, use offer code TWIST to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Supergut is the only nutrition brand clinically-proven to improve digestion, balance blood sugar, sustain energy, and manage weight. Save 25% on their delicious shakes, bars, and prebiotic mix at Supergut.com with code TWIST. Miro. Working remotely doesn't mean you need to feel disconnected from your team. Miro is an online whiteboard that brings teams together - anytime, anywhere. Go to https://miro.com/startups to sign up for a FREE account with unlimited team members. * Today's show: Atlassian Co-CEO Scott Farquhar joins Jason to break down how he and his Co-Founder bootstrapped Atlassian to an IPO (1:34), his lessons from acquiring, growing and eventually selling HipChat (13:43), thoughts on product-led growth (29:27), generative AI tools for the enterprise (39:43), and more! * Time stamps: (0:00) Atlassian Co-CEO Scott Farquhar joins Jason! (1:34) Atlassian origins, bootstrapping to IPO (12:22) Squarespace - Use offer code TWIST to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain at https://Squarespace.com/TWIST (13:43) Lessons from HipChat: Acquiring and growing the service, selling to Slack, what Scott would do differently (19:39) Atlassian's two playbooks: bootstrapping and aggressive growth (27:57) Supergut - Get 25% off with code TWIST at https://supergut.com (29:27) How product-led growth leads to a sharper product team, how Atlassian is thinking about LLMs and generative AI (38:20) Miro - Sign up for a free account at https://miro.com/startups (39:43) Remaining flexible re: AI tools, utilizing customer data, when to expect major knowledge work breakthroughs in AI (47:27) How Scott thinks about AI, remote work, and efficiency (1:01:39) Staying motivated in Atlassian's third decade * Check out Atlassian: https://www.atlassian.com FOLLOW Scott: https://twitter.com/scottfarkas * Read LAUNCH Fund 4 Deal Memo: https://www.launch.co/four Apply for Funding: https://www.launch.co/apply Buy ANGEL: https://www.angelthebook.com Great recent interviews: Steve Huffman, Brian Chesky, Aaron Levie, Sophia Amoruso, Reid Hoffman, Frank Slootman, Billy McFarland, PrayingForExits, Jenny Lefcourt Check out Jason's suite of newsletters: https://substack.com/@calacanis * Follow Jason: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jason Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasoncalacanis * Follow TWiST: Substack: https://twistartups.substack.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/TWiStartups YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thisweekin * Subscribe to the Founder University Podcast: https://www.founder.university/podcast
On this Tuesday pod, Stephen Means and Andrew Gillis discuss Ohio State's 2024 recruiting class which heads into the fall with 22 commits and the nation's No. 2 class. Most of the work for the class has been one, but there are still a few targets left on the board that the Buckeyes hope to land by Signing Day.As OSU shifts its main focus to preparing for games every Saturday, Stephen and Andrew discuss those targets while figuring out its chances of finishing with the nation's top class. Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fr. Mike touches on Proverbs 16:3, which is about giving everything in our lives to the service of the Lord. He also emphasizes how important it is to humble ourselves before the Lord, so to avoid becoming like the false prophets Jeremiah talks about today. Today's readings are Jeremiah 23, Daniel 4-5, and Proverbs 16:1-4. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
Lunchbox has been getting a hard time for a while about only being 3 credits short from graduating college, so he finally decided to do something about it! Find out if he's going to try and get his diploma.... Plus, hear the awkward question Raymundo asks Amy involving her ex-husband. Mailbag: Listener's daughter wants to get nose pierced for her 12th birthday. Our listener could be ok with it, but dad is against it. So the listener wants some other opinions. Is 12 too young for a nose piercing?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.