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*The giveaway has now closed. One of the most impactful wealth-building strategies is learning how to assess potential real estate investments. In episode twelve of Wealth Series 2.0, Ben Kinney, Bob Stewart, and Chad Hyams speak with seasoned real estate investor Brian Gubernick, who shares his checklist for exploring new markets plus strategies to structure investment deals. In this episode, we cover the following: Brian's first real estate investment [5:40] Figuring out a strategy [8:02] Understand why you are investing [10:04] Cash flow, appreciation, and equity [11:09] Investing locally and out of state [13:33] Government jobs and property regulations [18:58] Hospital jobs and access to health care [22:12] Higher education jobs and student renters [24:15] Researching migration patterns [26:28] School systems [31:30] Rents versus current values [32:38] 1% rule scenario [34:02] Tucson deal [36:06] Added value tips [43:40] Budgeting financially and mentally [46:17] Birmingham deal [46:15] Establishing relationships with local banks and agents [51:38] BRRR method [53:01] Mobile home creative finance deal [54:01] Ben's list of real estate investing books [1:07:51] Resources discussed in this episode: Enroll in Wealth Series 2.0: https://WinMakeGive.com/wealth/ to receive all the workbooks and have the resources emailed to you directly Download the workbook and resources for Episode 12 at https://winmakegive.com/wealth-part-12/ Win Make Give Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinMakeGive Connect with the hosts: Ben Kinney: https://www.BenKinney.com/ Bob Stewart: https://www.linkedin.com/in/activebob Chad Hyams: https://ChadHyams.com/ Book one of our co-hosts for your next event: https://WinMakeGive.com/speakers/ More ways to connect: Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://WinMakeGive.com/sign-up Explore the Win Make Give Podcast Network: https://WinMakeGive.com/ Listen to Win Make Give Season 3 on YouTube: bit.ly/3pPEdAx ------ Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
In a blessedly Jim free episode the crew answers questions on whether to tell your mother in law you know about her cancer, whether a therapeutic relationship should expire, and how to avoid over researching psychology while in therapy. If you are an Apple user PLEASE review us on Itunes! Submit a question to the show!Help us reach #1 on Goodpods!Listen ad-free, get the show a day early and enjoy the pre-show hang out on the same app you're using RIGHT NOW at www.Patreon.com/Therapy where you can also access our vast library of deep dives, interviews, skill shares, reviews and rants as well as our live discord chat!Interested in Nick's mental health approach to fitness? Check out www.MentalFitPersonalTraining.comCheck out Dr. Jim's book "Dadvice: 50 Fatherly Life Lessons" at www.DadviceBook.comGrab some swag at our store, www.PodTherapyBaitShop.comPlay Jim's Neurotic Bingo at home while you listen to the show, or don't, I'm not your supervisor. Submit questions to:www.PodTherapy.netPodTherapyGuys@gmail.comFollow us on Social Media:FacebookInstagramTwitterResources:Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255.Veterans Crisis Line - 1-800-273-8255.Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline - (1-800-662-HELP (4357)OK2Talk Helpline Teen Helpline - 1 (800) 273-TALKU.S. Mental Health Resources Hotline - 211This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2799786/advertisement
Patrick Lyons is a highly accomplished entrepreneur, actor, and fitness coach. With a focus on success defined by happiness, fulfillment, and health, Patrick has dedicated himself to practicing and researching habits that lead to a successful life. He is the author of a forthcoming book on the science behind habits and their impact on overall well-being. In this episode, Patrick shares his mission of success, defined by happiness, fulfillment, and health. He discusses how he came to this holistic approach to his lifestyle and the importance of words in conveying thoughts and ideas. Patrick emphasizes the value of consistency and habit progression in time management and shares his approach to researching and documenting various topics. He also discusses the concept of imposter syndrome and how he combats it. Patrick explains how he justifies having multiple businesses and pursuits, highlighting the importance of scratching every itch and trying different things. He concludes by sharing advice he believes his future self would give him. Key Takeaways: Consistency is doing the same thing every day or on a set schedule without fail, with intentional exceptions. Words are valuable because they convey thoughts and ideas that might otherwise go unspread or undeveloped. Researching and documenting topics of interest helps to expand knowledge and provide value to others. Imposter syndrome can be overcome by giving oneself permission to pursue goals and focusing on personal growth. Trying different pursuits and scratching every itch can lead to a more fulfilling and well-rounded life. Quotes: "Words are valuable because they make us human and convey thoughts that might go unspread or undeveloped." "Time management is simply habit progression." "If you can't uphold a commitment to yourself, how can you expect others to uphold their commitments to you?" "Scratch every itch and at least try different things." Follow Patrick's journey: Website: https://lyon.training/ Instagram: @patricklyons
When podcaster, author, and lifelong entrepreneur Justin Jackson co-founded Transistor, a podcast publishing platform, he already had years of experience building a business. As a child and young adult, Justin experimented with writing code and starting businesses in industries that interested him. When he and his wife started their family, the pressure to achieve financial security increased. Though some of his ventures failed, all these experiences were setting him up for his next big achievement. Because of his time being saturated in the market, he was able to catch the right wave at the right time; he's riding that wave all the way to success. Justin's advice to those looking to start a business is to build something for which people are already searching. Around 2016 when podcasting was just beginning to gain popularity, he noticed that it was still very much a DIY industry. Thus the idea to streamline podcast publication was born. Now Transistor makes creating podcasts accessible for the average person, regardless of their experience with coding and technology. In this way, clients find him instead of having to seek out those who are interested in his product. He's also invested a lot of intentional time building relationships with his partner and team members. The purpose of owning his own company is to build a beautiful life for himself and those he works with. Every decision is made from this personal stance, and his company continues to grow at the pace that best serves that value. Main Topics Growing a podcast audience (06:00) Justin's early love for entrepreneurship (10:45) Understanding the dynamics of your industry (16:00) Inner drive to forge your own path (17:30) Balancing work and family life (22:10) Justin's introduction to coding (25:30) Inspiration for Transistor (30:15) Slow growth of the business (36:00) Protecting your partnership (43:30) Researching the market (51:12) Expanding the reach for your business (56:00) Ben's top 5 takeaways (103:00) Episode Linkshttps://transistor.fm/ Go to TheFridayHabit.com to find show notes for this episode. There you can also find links to our websites and ways to get in touch. At the bottom of the page you can download our guide to the Friday Habit system that will show you how to set aside one full day each week dedicated to working on your business instead of in your business.If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe and leave us a review in the Apple podcasts app.If you have a question or a topic you'd like us to cover don't forget to record us a quick voice memo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks for listening to The Friday Habit.Until next time. Live every day like it's Friday.Listen, rate, and subscribe!Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts
Today Jeremy and Jack are preparing you for your next cold call! The two cold outreach experts are setting you up with their best tips on how to get organized and ready to seal the deal on your next cold call! HERE'S WHAT WE COVER IN THIS EPISODE: -Should you just wing your cold calls? -Researching your prospects -What do they care about? -Personal videos? -Company research tips -Should you attempt to build rapport? -Connecting on LinkedIn -Should you invite others to the call? -Empowering your prospects! -Send in your questions for a rapid-fire episode! Want more tools to help out your cold outreach? Begin producing industry-level cold outreach campaigns in just 8 weeks with our Cold Email Masterclass at https://course.quickmail.io/! Try it for 30 days risk-free! Have an email you want us to teardown? Send us your emails, cold emailing questions, and campaign examples at email@example.com and it could be featured on the air! Happy Cold Emailing! Jeremy and Jack
As the job market continues to evolve and adapt, it is essential for individuals to approach their career transitions with confidence and purpose. Whether you are seeking a new opportunity or have been displaced from your current position, understanding the recruitment process and effectively positioning yourself in the market is crucial. In this article, we will explore the insights and expertise of Sarah Connors, a seasoned recruitment professional, as she shares her knowledge on navigating the job market and finding the right fit for your career aspirations.About The Guest(s):Sarah Connors is the Senior VP of Planet Professional, a staffing firm based in Boston. With over 12 years of experience in recruiting, Sarah has a passion for helping individuals find their dream jobs and guiding them through the placement process. She specializes in administrative, accounting, finance, HR, and recruiting roles.Summary:Sarah Connors, Senior VP of Planet Professional, joins Amy Irvine, founder and CEO of Rooted Planning Group, to discuss the process of finding the right job placement. Sarah shares her background in recruiting and explains the importance of the intake call in understanding a candidate's needs and preferences. She provides tips on how to sell yourself in an interview without sounding arrogant and emphasizes the significance of researching the company before an interview. Sarah also advises individuals to regularly evaluate their happiness and career goals to ensure they are on the right path.Remember, just like a good bottle of wine, the Wine and Dime Podcast gets better with time. So don't forget to rate and subscribe to our show, where we blend the flavors of wine and personal finance to help you achieve financial freedom! If you have any questions that you would like answered on the show, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgOr visit us at www.rootedpg.com/podcasts for full show notes and links!Key Takeaways:The intake call is crucial in understanding a candidate's needs and preferences.Confidence in an interview comes from listening, asking insightful questions, and showing passion for your work.Researching the company before an interview is essential to demonstrate your interest and preparedness.Regularly evaluate your happiness and career goals to ensure you are on the right path.Did you know that the average resume initially only gets a 5 - 10-second look, so what do you need to do to make it stand out?How to self-promote without sounding overconfident like a jerkWhen to apply for a job even when you aren't sure you have all the qualificationsTo learn more about Sarah Connors and her expertise in recruitment, you can connect with her on LinkedIn or reach out to her via email at email@example.com.Wine Recommendations: As the fall starts to approach upstate NY, so will the fall colors! I'm looking forward to being a tourist this fall, exploring the beauty of the area. I'm planning on touring the east side of Seneca Lake using a “travel guide” I found online - Finger Lake Vineyards, Part II: The Best Wine Trails Around Seneca Lake (thetravel.com)Sarah's Favorite Wine is bubbly - for a good sparkling wine in the Finger Lakes region consider exploring: 9 Outstanding Finger Lakes Wineries Making Sparkling Wine...
The 15 Point Plan is great for building a positive and energetic work culture. In this episode, Jillene Snell and Chad Hyams sit down with 15 Point Plan participant Leah Slocum, who shares how her team uses the plan to stay motivated and accountable. If you have a 15 Point Plan story to share, please contact Chad or Jillene on the Win Make Give Facebook group page. This episode covers the following: Making the plan part of daily work culture [2:26] The easiest points Leah earns [3:18] The most challenging points that Leah earns [3:46] Different ways to journal [4:12] Organizing and home improvements as hobbies [10:24] Researching travel destinations as a hobby [7:32] Achieving accountability within the team [8:38] Finding an accountability partner in the Win Make Give Facebook group [10:45] Getting out of a rut and refocusing on the plan [11:09] Feeling accomplished by earning 13 points [12:25] Maintaining personal and team consistency [13:55] Resources mentioned in this episode: 15 Point Plan: https://WinMakeGive.com/15-point-plan/ The 5G's of Journaling: https://apple.co/439GipC A PLACE for Wellness Facebook Group (formerly 15 Point Plan for Life): https://www.facebook.com/groups/1223642158083444 Learn about the co-hosts: Jillene Snell: https://www.instagram.com/jillenemay/ Chad Hyams: https://ChadHyams.com/ Ben Kinney: https://www.BenKinney.com/ Book one of our co-hosts for your next event: https://WinMakeGive.com/speakers/ More ways to connect: Explore the Win Make Give Podcast Network: https://WinMakeGive.com/ Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://WinMakeGive.com/sign-up ------ Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
This episode is sponsored by Riverside.fm, the leading tool for podcast and video recordings. Visit riverside.fm and use code GROW15 to start recording studio-quality sound and video and get 15% off a membership plan. In this episode of Grow The Show, Kevin shares his proven framework for exponential podcast audience growth. Drawing from his team's experiences and insights from podcasting experts, he highlights the power of being a guest on other shows. While many podcasters focus on their own show alone, targeted podcast pitching or TPP can rapidly grow your listeners. Kevin lays out a step-by-step system to vet podcasts and pitch yourself as an in-demand guest. Following his approach can get you the visibility needed to grow your podcast on autopilot in just a couple of months. Topics Discussed: The effectiveness of getting featured on other podcasts for audience growth. Reasons why being a guest on other shows is so powerful for growth. Common mistakes podcasters make when trying to get featured on other podcasts. When is the right time to start doing targeted podcast pitching (TPP)? How to pitch yourself as a podcast guest by leading with a topic. Prioritizing shows you have a mutual connection to. Researching shows your guests have been on to find new pitching opportunities. Guidelines for selecting the right shows to pitch based on audience size. Tailoring your pitch using a mutual guest or connection. A step-by-step system for doing monthly TPP research and outreach. (Note: this episode originally ran on June 14th, 2022) APPLY TO THE GROW THE SHOW ACCELERATOR MORE FROM KEVIN: Watch the FREE Grow The Show Masterclass to learn Kevin's four steps to growing a thriving podcast business! Connect with Kevin on Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn Subscribe to Grow The Show on Youtube Join our community in the Grow The Show Facebook group LINKS TO OUR PARTNERS: Make Your Show Sound Professional with Podcast Boutique Grab Kevin's Recommended Mic on Amazon Build a Podcast Website in 7 Minutes on Podpage
Contrary to what you may have heard from the grapevine or assumed based on simple observation, I have not died.This quick catch-up will explain my momentary absence from the microphone - followed a few teasers about upcoming episodes, mentions of a few giveaways, and a special shout-out to my Patreon supporters, without whom there would be no show.Lori Workizer, Brig Writes, Sarah Anderson, Larry Webb, Michelle Fox, Lindsey Spoor, Jos Cro, Nick Graham, Emily Black, Levena Lindahl, Jody Richardson, Erin Mason, Roger Wistar, Jennifer Whitcomb, Christina Gogan, Graham from Adelaide, Shannen Leigh, Moldy Bread Milly, Jason Kirby, Brett Simms, Lisa Abercrombie, James Ortiz, Michelle Barkes, Samantha White, Deanne Armstrong, Alex “Pertin”, Meghan McCarthy, Emmy Jackson, the entity known only as Urspo, Emily Perkins, Riley Riley, Valerie Kravette, Sharon Sargent, Lael Cleland, Jason Piper, Emmy Jackson, James M Weis, Stacey Williams-Gibboney, Jake A, Karen Q., Lindsey Andersen, Lauren Siegert, Estelle Hopper, Sarah Arehart, with additional help from the Diabolical Den of The Donathans, Totally not the FBI, Nick Emel from the 10ish podcast and Kate Wallinga from Ignorance Was Bliss.Researching, writing, recording and editing the show are labourious and time consuming, but they are labours of love, so thank you all for letting me bring it to you. And for all of you who continuously try to prop me up with your spirit, your humour and your compassion.But now, without further ado, for a $5 donation this month, new members will receive a home made autographed prison shiv from yours trulyAll listeners are welcome to stickers, and autographed doomsday barfbags are available before our follow up episode – all you have to do is tell me how you'd most likely end up in prison, or tell me about your least favourite airline. Love them airliner horror stories.If you like the idea of your podcast hosts wearing more than duct tape and bits of old Halloween costumes for clothes and can spare a buck or two, you can now buy me a coffee at www.buymeacoffee.com/doomsday or support the show at patreon.com/funeralkazooMeanwhile you can us and all our episodes on any of your favourite channelsApple : https://tinyurl.com/5fnbumdw Spotify : https://tinyurl.com/73tb3uuw IHeartRadio : https://tinyurl.com/vwczpv5j Stitcher : https://tinyurl.com/mcyxt6vw Google : https://tinyurl.com/3fjfxatt Spreaker : https://tinyurl.com/fm5y22su Podchaser : https://tinyurl.com/263kda6w RadioPublic : https://tinyurl.com/w67b4kec PocketCasts : https://pca.st/ef1165v3 CastBox : https://tinyurl.com/4xjpptdr Breaker : https://tinyurl.com/4cbpfayt Deezer : https://tinyurl.com/5nmexvwt Follow us on the socials for more Facebook : www.facebook.com/doomsdaypodcast Instagram : www.instagram.com/doomsdaypodcast Twitter : www.twitter.com/doomsdaypodcast Funeral Kazoo HQ : www.funeralkazoo.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4866335/advertisement
Governments worldwide face major challenges such as homelessness, education access, and healthcare support and there is wide recognition that governments can't tackle these issues alone. Governments need to work effectively with non-profits, with social enterprises, business, and philanthropies to achieve better social outcomes. In recent years, outcomes-based partnerships (cross-sector partnerships whereby funding is contingent on the achievement of measurable outcomes) have emerged as a promising way to enable more effective and more impactful public-private collaboration. However, do these approaches live up to their promise? And how can we ensure that these partnerships are designed and managed as effectively as possible, building on existing evidence, data and best practice?Our hosts, Nikki Lucenario and Gloria Wawira, are joined by Andreea Anastasiu, the Executive Director of the Government Outcomes Lab (GO Lab) at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford to discuss how outcomes-based partnerships are becoming a useful tool for governments around the world.Founded in 2016 by the Blavatnik School and the UK to deepen the evidence around the use of innovative outcomes-based partnerships. Their work promotes an inclusive and responsive approach to generating evidence and seeks to bridge the gap between research and practice by curating opportunities for knowledge exchange for scholars, policymakers and practitioners around the world. This episode is produced by Paul Austin. Follow more of the GO Lab's work at https://golab.bsg.ox.ac.uk/ INDIGO Dataset: https://golab.bsg.ox.ac.uk/knowledge-bank/indigo/GO Lab's Social Outcomes Conference 2023: https://golab.bsg.ox.ac.uk/community/events/soc23/
I am delighted to be back with you, my friends, after our summer break! Our brief hiatus during the summer months was time well spent, as I devoted my energies to nurturing the Women of Wonder community. Today's episode holds a special place in my heart! It stems from a question I posed on Instagram a few months ago about career guidance. Even though my post was intended for general advice, the very first query I received was related to mental health. Given my expertise in that area I decided to tackle this topic personally. I did some extra research to deepen my understanding and extend my knowledge beyond my home state for a broader perspective. For those on the path or considering a career in mental health, I am thrilled to engage in this discussion with you and share a glimpse into my personal journey with its twists and turns in the hope of inspiring you to believe that it is never too late to pursue your dream career. I provide practical guidance, especially for those interested in private practice, and discuss the steps to reach that stage. Beyond the specifics, I also explore the broader aspects of choosing a career in mental health. If mental health is not your career interest, this episode may not be for you, but please share it with those who might benefit. What Do You Want to Do After Graduation? Before pursuing a career in mental health, it's crucial to ask yourself what you envision doing once you complete your education. Your career goals will significantly influence the path you choose. Whether you aim to work in private practice, schools, social programs, or community centers, your desired outcome will guide your decisions. What Do You Want to Learn in Your Program? The second vital consideration is the content of your educational program. The courses and curriculum should align with your interests and career goals. For example, if you are interested in clinical work, you will want a program focusing on psychology, counseling, and developing essential therapeutic skills. Ensure the program you choose matches what you want to learn. What License Do You Need? Licensing requirements can vary widely depending on your location and career aspirations. To work independently in a clinical setting or private practice, you will typically need a Master's degree in counseling or social work. The type of license you pursue- whether it is in counseling, social work, marriage and family therapy, or another related field- must align with your career goals. Understanding the specific licensing process for your chosen field is crucial. The process often includes passing exams, completing supervised hours, and obtaining provisional licenses before achieving full licensure. 3 Key Factors Before embarking on a career in mental health, consider your ultimate career goals, the content of your educational program, and the specific licensing requirements for your chosen field. These three key factors will help you make informed decisions and navigate your path to a fulfilling career in mental health. Education and Early Career Steps Upon completing a Master's degree in a mental health-related field, the next step is to pursue licensure. This journey often begins with entry-level positions. I worked at a domestic violence agency and served as an advocate in court for survivors of sexual and domestic violence to get social work experience. Engaging in one-on-one counseling with supervision can also be instrumental in building your expertise. Some positions may offer supervision as part of the compensation, which can be advantageous. Accumulating Supervised Hours Gaining clinical experience and supervised hours is essential for licensure. I worked simultaneously at a domestic violence agency and a group practice to accumulate hours. My goal was to maximize clinical hours and work toward licensure efficiently. Seeking employment with supervision included can be financially advantageous and help you achieve licensure sooner. Pursuing Doctoral Education While pursuing licensure, some individuals opt for doctoral education. I initially enrolled in a Ph.D. program focused on human behavior but switched to a Psy.D. program focusing on clinical courses over research and statistics. Doctoral programs offer specialized knowledge, and choosing one aligned with your career goals is crucial. Licensure Path Choices After completing a doctoral degree, you may have the option to pursue additional supervised clinical work to obtain a psychology license. However, this route may be time-consuming and require working for free or paying for supervision. Choosing to pursue licensure should align with your career goals and financial considerations. Some mental health professionals decide not to pursue licensure and their degrees are still valuable in their practices. Transitioning to Private Practice Many mental health professionals aspire to open a private practice. However, graduate programs often lack comprehensive business training. Therefore, you may need additional education or mentorship in entrepreneurship and business management to establish and manage a successful private practice. Self-Assessment and Decision-Making Throughout your career journey, it is essential to reflect continually on your goals and desires. Ask yourself what you want to achieve, what you want to learn, and which license or credentials align with your career aspirations. Researching state licensure requirements and staying informed about evolving regulations is essential. Resources and Reading Recommendations For those pursuing careers in mental health or anyone interested in gaining insights into the field, several books provide valuable knowledge and perspectives: The Gift of Therapy by Irvin Yalom: Essays offering insights into the therapist's experience and boosting confidence. Letters to a Young Therapist by Mary Pipher: A must-read for therapists, offering guidance and reassurance. Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl: Explores human resilience and the search for meaning in life. An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness by Kay Redfield Jamison: A personal story of living with mental illness and pursuing a career in mental health. Emotional Inheritance: A Therapist, Her Patients, and the Legacy of Trauma by Galit Atlas: Explores trauma and its intergenerational impact. The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog by Dr. Bruce Perry: Chronicles stories of resilience and survival in the face of unimaginable trauma. My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem: Explores trauma, racial trauma, and resilience. The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity by Nadine Burke Harris: Discusses childhood adversity and its lifelong impact on health. These books offer valuable insights, whether you are pursuing a career in mental health or simply interested in human behavior and resilience. A Dynamic Process The journey from education to practice in the mental health field is a dynamic process that requires ongoing self-assessment, reflection, and alignment with personal and professional goals. 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Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. Family Histoire News begins with the story of a pair of adopted siblings who learned something remarkable about each other. Then, DNA has come through again in another cold case. One hundred eleven years since its sinking, Titanic continues to make news. David has the latest. Another ship wreck has been found, this time in the Great Lakes. David explains. Next, Amelia Earhart continues to fascinate, and a new clue concerning her disappearance is being investigated. Fisher visits with “The Photo Angel,” Kate Kelley. A few years ago, Kate started investigating old photos found in antique stores that identify the person in the image. She would then research them, track down descendants of the ancestor, and pass the photo along. She's done this with thousands of pictures sent all over the world! Then, Elizabeth Murray Vargas of sponsor Legacy Tree Genealogists comes on to talk about the difficult challenge of researching Cuban ancestry. In Segments 4 and 5, David returns for Ask Us Anything. That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!
Many Fundamentalist Mormons think polynesians carry black blood. This led Moroni Jessop to find out more. Moroni did a DNA test on his children and discovered they had black ancestry. His research also led him to learn Joseph Smith sent missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands and put Moroni in conflict with his local Thompsonite leaders and another excommunication. How did Moroni handle this new information? Check out our conversation... https://youtu.be/fL84cuWgTK0 transcript to follow Copyright © 2023 Gospel Tangents All Rights Reserved Except for book reviews, no content may be reproduced without written permission transcript to follow Copyright © 2023 Gospel Tangents All Rights Reserved Except for book reviews, no content may be reproduced without written permission
Robert Bigelow is founder of Bigelow Aerospace as well as the Bigelow Institute for Consciousness Studies. Here he shares his interest in establishing empirical evidence for the existence of the afterlife, and its implications. New Thinking Allowed host, Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, is author of The Roots of Consciousness, Psi Development Systems, and The PK Man. … Continue reading "Researching the Afterlife with Robert Bigelow"
This is a rebroadcast of "AI in OOH" a LinkedIn Live Event (which can you can access here).Watch the YouTube version hereIn this free class, I talk about how to incorporate AI in your OOH workflows.Whether for sales enablement, measurement, or streamlining your operation, this is a great primer on the use of generative AI in your media company or as a media buyer or media planner. There is a deck that accompanies this presentation which can be accessed for free at https://rb.gy/d5kk4Key Timestamps:[00:01:25] AI enabling personal workflows. [00:06:13] AI in the podcasting industry. [00:11:22] Researching keywords with AI. [00:14:07] Creating internal apps with AI. [00:16:09] App built with spreadsheet integration. [00:20:13] Billboard foot traffic in cities. [00:24:03] Increasingly challenging quantifying the impact measurement. [00:27:58] Web traffic and media measurement.Do you have napkin sketches and big ideas that you want to bring to life for a brand? If so, you should head over to tryadscout.com Expedite procurement with verified & responsive companies who turn napkin sketches into reality. TryAdScout.com Is Simplified Discovery For Marketing In The Real World.
In this episode, I answer three listener questions: How do I research new tarantula species; how to keep mature male tarantulas comfortable; and do I take into consideration my dogs getting haired? Thanks to the Tarantula Talk forum and Cody Barton, Carrie Hollister, and Martin Shelby for the questions!Resources:Mike's Basic TarantulasArachnoboardsWorld Spider CatalogTarantula Talk
This episode of STRonomics is proudly sponsored by MarketMySTR.com, the leading marketing platform for STR Industries. Join us on this episode of STRonomics as Kenny and Bill delve into their summer experiences and the evolving market landscape. Kenny kicks off by highlighting his new properties and the contrasting demand shift this summer. While the Average Daily Rate (ADR) may have dipped, the remarkable 95% occupancy rate this season, up from last year's 87%, has caught his attention. The conversation steers towards Bill's intriguing 'Super Properties' versus his regular ones, shedding light on distinct traffic drivers. Bill opens up about a downturn in his portfolio, which he's leveraging to innovate fresh guest acquisition approaches. Kenny shares a pivotal moment from January when his properties faced a profitability setback. He unveils his strategy of enlisting skilled virtual assistants to streamline research and pricing analysis. Delegating tasks allows Kenny to channel his focus into pioneering marketing tactics. Wrapping up, they delve into the pivotal aspect of property valuation's impact on marketing and daily rate structuring. They stress the need for adaptive marketing strategies based on property value, especially when not dealing with a 'Super Property,' necessitating tweaks in lead time generation strategies. [00:03] Introducing STRonomics [00:20] How Was Your Summer? [01:30] Kenny's New Property [07:28] Traffic Drivers [08:45] Portfolio Numbers [12:20] Buffalo Properties [15:38] Researching [16:50] True Value [20:00] Wrapping Up We handle the day-to-day tasks of your short-term rental, giving you the freedom to grow your business and focus on the things that matter most. In the dynamic landscape of short-term rentals, success lies in the details. At STR Super VAs, we bring expertise to every facet of your business, ensuring those details are meticulously managed. Click here to learn more about how you can integrate VAs into your business! https://www.strvas.com/ Watch this podcast each Thursday on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnheh3vx0hT5Y7uHWhBs8kA STR Data Hosts Facebook Page Instagram: Kenny_Bedwell You can find more of Bill online at: Bill Faeth Linktree: https://linktr.ee/bfaeth?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=660cbc9b-4a7e-4ed9-a654-900180b83af1 Build STR Wealth: https://buildstrwealth.com/ Instagram: @BillFaeth73 Tik Tok: @bfaeth Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Patricia Loff remembers her first sign of illness: she got bags under her eyes when she was 10 years old. When she was about 15, she recognized something physical holding her back from reaching her pinnacle as an athlete. In her 20's she was diagnosed with cancer. Patricia went through more surgeries than you can shake a stick at until she called it quits. And that's when her life turned around for the better ever after story. Discover how stopping to resist death opened up new avenues for healing and health. Find out a little bit about thought control. Learn about the power of the subconscious mind and how to benefit from it rather than feed it with self-fulfilling prophecies. Join Patricia in one of her classes on how to experience pain and disease differently. Bio Patricia is a healing expert and founder of Rapid Health Transformation. After experiencing her own shift from a prognosis of 3-6 months to live to complete disease reversal, Patricia has spent the last 20+ years helping others do the same. Guest Info. firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.patricialoff.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/ Julie's Info. Julie@courage-ignite.com https://www.courage-ignite.com/ https://linkedin.com/in/julie-browne-courage-ignite https://www.instagram.com/juliebrownecourageignite/ https://facebook.com/juliebrownecourageignite Podcast — Bold Becoming Book — Masters of Change—if you're not already on my mailing list, sign up here so you'll get the email when Masters of Change is available for purchase. Music — Happy African Village by John Bartmann --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/julie-browne/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/julie-browne/support
Terry Tripp is the Chief Revenue Officer of Tines, a high-growth company in the security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) space. With a background in sales and recruiting, Terry brings a wealth of experience to his role.In this conversation with John McMahon, Terry Tripp, CRO of Tines, discusses the importance of a well-defined sales process and the top three things he focuses on when starting a new role. He emphasizes the need to understand the people, get feedback from customers, and identify early opportunities for improvement. Terry also explains the concept of SOAR and how Tines is disrupting the cybersecurity market.HERE ARE SOME KEY SECTIONS TO CHECK OUT[00:02:01] Overview of Tines and its role in the cybersecurity market[00:06:16] Top three things a CRO wants to learn on day one[00:08:54] What a CRO wouldn't find when joining a startup[00:10:27] Importance of a well-defined sales process[00:18:24] The importance of thorough discovery before entering an account[00:19:23] Show up with an informed hypothesis and a provocative point of view[00:20:37] Researching competitors and industry challenges for a PPOV[00:22:11] Understanding the pressures faced by CIOs and CISOs.[00:22:44] Tailoring messaging based on industry and persona.[00:24:55] Moving from a general point of view to specific scoping.[00:33:03] Importance of KPIs and metrics.[00:33:15] Understanding wins and losses.[00:33:45] KPIs to monitor during the quarter and after the quarter ends.[00:35:13] The importance of fundamentals and hiring A players.[00:35:56] The significance of emotional intelligence (EQ) in sales roles.[00:46:35] Priorities for sales leaders: making the number, playbook, pipeline[00:47:59] Pitfalls of having a small pipeline and not qualifying deals[00:51:34] Learning from various role models and experiences in salesAdditional Resources:Connect with Terry: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrytripp/Resources for Selling to the C Suite: https://forc.mx/3YTzfQMHIGHLIGHT QUOTES[00:13:21] Terry Tripp: “I think you've got to have things that you know that as you look across your deal portfolio, your pipeline, your current quarter forecast, next, next quarter forecast that you have confidence that if you see certain deals that are at a certain point in that process, if we're, you know, true to those, to those criteria and, and the stages along the way.”[00:16:55] Terry Tripp: “There's certain, it's somewhat in my experience. Depends a little bit on, on the, on the nature of the lead, if you will, the nature of the opportunity. If somebody is coming and knocking on our door, it's something that's more of an inbound. We probably have a slightly different qualification lens on that inbound opportunity. You know, what's driving it? Why are they coming to us? Try to understand a bit more about the problem they're trying to solve.”Learn more about Terry Tripp through this link.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrytripp/Website: https://www.tines.com/Check out John McMahon's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Qualified-Sales-Leader-Proven-Lessons/dp/0578895064
When change is on the horizon, but we're not quite sure what that means in the present moment, our first impulse is to try and find the answer. Researching, asking around, filling up your time and energy with actions. And while all of that keeps us busy through those messy middle periods of uncertainty, it doesn't leave very much space for the unknown. When you learn to get comfortable with the unknown, then you might pause just long enough to recognize the gold beneath your feet. Today on The Bridge to Fulfillment Ⓡ, Blake shares her personal, and present, messy middle story, explaining what's going on behind the scenes. Her investments in personal and professional development are leading to some big changes. In this episode, she's sharing what she's learned so that your life can benefit and you, too, can experience the transformation that you've been seeking. You'll hear the big ah-ha moments that have come as a result of embracing the messy middle. She shares how opting to be patient and receive the right answers, rather than trying to force them, yields results that are naturally more in alignment with your purpose and values. If you want to start creating life on your terms, then it's time to embrace the messy middle. You might be surprised at what you discover beneath your feet. What You'll Learn: How The Bridge to Fulfillment Ⓡ is evolving (1:07) What Blake has learned through her personal and professional development investments (2:30) The path forward for this work and what you can get from it (5:16) Finding joy in the “messy middle” (6:55) Keeping an open loop and creating space when you face uncertainty (9:58) Favorite Quotes: If you've listened long enough, you've heard the same things that my clients have been telling me for years: ‘I came here because I thought you were going to change my career and instead you changed my life.' Ultimately, what I've experienced and gone through in my life, the lessons I've learned, and the path I've been able to walk…I wish everyone had the level of peace, freedom, joy, confidence, space, and ability to be present in their life in the way that it's unlocked for me. Our brains are wired to want a solution. So anytime we're in a circumstance where we don't know the answer, we're going to move as quickly as possible to research and find the answer. Whether that's actually the best answer for us or not. You cannot receive if your hands are full. Additional Resources: For programs and opportunities to work with Blake, go to www.BlakeSchofield.com
Father Koys is back with us and today he is very excited to wrinkle your brains loyal listeners. This time, instead of focusing on the cosmic journey and examination he has been doing the last few shows, he examines more on the Protestant Reformation back in 1682, and one specific individual: William Penn. He looks at Penn's personal history, as well as his influence during the time of the Protestant Reformation. He also examines some of the Saints associated with this and the works of G. K. Chesterton again. https://ststanschurch.org/
Have you ever considered adding coaching to your offers… but weren't sure how to get started or whether your dream clients really want your expertise? If so, then you won't want to miss this episode of The Business of Thinking Big!My guest Kaely Harrod is a doula, educator, coach, and host of the Doula Tips and Tits podcast. Through her doula business, she ensures that families are educated to meet their desired goals for their births to the best of their ability (while also leaving space for the unknowns)! More recently, Kaely has begun to offer coaching to other doulas, and actually revamped her entire podcast to cater to this new market!In this episode, Kaely and I discuss how she “accidentally” became a six-figure business, the finer points of successfully layering an entirely new business model into an existing business, and how being an A Player has helped her build a thriving and joyful business — one that has allowed her change some of the outdated narratives in and around her industry!In this episode, you'll discover: The surprising social media experiment that convinced her to shift her podcast to a new audienceHow she pushed through her doubts to implement a new revenue stream into her business — and her brilliant win/win approach to market research!An overview of the launch strategy she used to give her coaching business a strong startGuest bio: Kaely has supported hundreds of families in the perinatal space for over 12 years. She now has a thriving doula business supporting and educating families and coaching doulas. She is passionate about equity and education in the birth space and is further those by providing coaching for newer doulas who are just branching into this field. She is also a podcast host of the popular Doula Tips and Tits podcast!Timestamps: 00:33 Meet Kaely Harrod02:08 Where she started05:05 Burnout & boundaries07:02 Sustainable vision08:46 Six-figure story11:02 Expanding into coaching14:00 Researching her new revenue stream17:24 Launching with a webinar21:29 Strategy calls25:45 Juicy wins31:11 3 wins from her 90-day journey35:09 Final takeawayLinks mentioned: Kaely Harrodwww.harroddoulaservices.com https://www.facebook.com/harroddoulaservices Instagram: @harroddoula A-Players Rapid Impact Business Coaching Experiencehttps://www.mamasandco.com/coaching —Learn with me: Mamapreneur Success Path - Free Audio Training Connect with me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liannekimcoach Instagram: @liannekimcoachJoin the Mamas & Co. community to get access to valuable resources and the support of likeminded mompreneurs and mentors: https://www.mamasandco.com Instagram: @mamasandcoPodcasting support:https://theultimatecreative.com https://copymagic.agency
In this episode:3 years ago I made the change from corporate lawyer to career change coach, providing career transition coaching for women. Once I made the switch I couldn't help but wonder “what took me so long, and why?”. In this episode of the Career Change Maker podcast I explain the top three reasons we stop ourselves from looking for a better career, and how to overcome them to make your career change.Summary:1. Is it possible to switch careers? Doubt is a big hurdle when trying to transition careers, particularly surrounding salary and skills. Researching the career you are interested in and gathering data will help you gain the confidence to make a mindful career change. 2. Where to begin? Considering changing career is confusing, you are leaving what you know and entering a whole new world, so understandably it is hard to decide where to transition to. I explain some advice on where to start when looking for better career opportunities. 3. Recognising the benefits of working in a role you are passionate about. When your role aligns with your passions and values, you will perform so much more effectively, and feel the benefits both professionally and personally. Episode Notes:As an award-winning certified executive and career coach, TEDx speaker, podcast host and former lawyer, I have seen way too many female professionals under selling themselves and settling for less in their careers. I am committed to equipping high achieving women with the tools and support to create careers that are both meaningful and impactful.Resources:If you are looking for support with finding career clarity so you can relaunch your career with confidence, join the Career Clarity AcceleratorSupport the showSupport the show
Dr. Daniel Mishori, a professor at the School of Environmental Sustainability at Tel Aviv University, shares a warning about the state of higher education and what it will take to bring health and sanity back to our world in this Living 4D conversation.Learn more about Daniel's work at Tel Aviv University here and on social media via Facebook here and here and YouTube. Look for the scientific studies he worked on via Google Scholar.TimestampsThe best day of Daniel's life at age 22. (3:26)Daniel's first book was downloaded to him. (10:19)We were born perfect. (17:42)Protesting the fluoridation of water. (24:00)“Science controls the current state of reality in the modern world.” (44:44)A test for democracy and human rights. (51:06)Choose the truth or something else. (1:02:00)Researching epidemiological modesty. (1:14:26)Making a hard decision to walk away. (1:28:57)Israel: A stronghold of American science. (1:37:49)COVID-19 vaccine injuries. (1:45:08)A refugee of conventional education. (2:09:32)The need for a reformation in science. (2:12:55)What happens in the next pandemic? (2:21:45)ResourcesThe Abusive Employment: Systematic Exclusion and Exploitation in the Labor Market and Stability: On the relationship between body, mind and environment by Dr. Daniel Mishori (both books are available only in Hebrew)Paul's Living 4D conversation with Jonathan Bluestein Thanks to our awesome sponsors:PaleovalleyBiOptimizers PAUL10Organifi CHEK20CHEK Institute/CHEK Academy Open HouseNed CHEKWe may earn commissions from qualifying purchases using affiliate links.
Market research and customer feedback could be the ticket to scaling your businesses beyond the $1 million mark. Without gathering insights from the market and listening to customer feedback, you are effectively running your business on guesswork, which is very costly. Researching the market gives your business and vision an informed direction to steer towards, and developing solutions based on customer feedback builds trust and loyalty. Once you have researched and utilized feedback, use your intuition to create a strategic, but flexible, business plan, so you can test, learn and iterate your way to success. With the right business strategy, you can tap into your unique strengths and flourish as a powerful and influential leader in the business world.This week's challenge: Speak with 10 potential customers and ask them open-ended questions about their pain points and frustrations. Use #sugarcoatedfeedback to share your surprising insights with SheLeadsMedia on Instagram! Show notes:
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Alan Cash. He serves as founder and chief science officer at Terra Biological. Join my upcoming FREE keto LIVE training here: http://www.ketosismasterclass.com Researching into the molecular and genomic mechanisms of aging and the effects of calorie restriction on aging, Mr. Cash developed unique molecular methods and compounds to mimic calorie restriction and extend lifespan in laboratory animals. Mr. Cash has an MS in physics from the University of Oklahoma. As an entrepreneur, Mr. Cash has gained recognition and awards from the White House, INC 500 business, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Deloitte and Touche Technology Fast 50, and Top 100 Hotfirm. In this episode, Alan talks about his passion for researching the mechanisms behind aging. During a study, Alan found that oxaloacetate extends the lifespan of worms. He speaks about the other clinical research Alan has done around oxaloacetate and what are the most surprising benefits of this compound. Alan dives into reversing some of the symptoms of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and chronic fatigue syndrome. Tune in as we chat about how Alan is researching the effects of oxaloacetate on women with breast cancer.
The Sacramento County District Attorney is threatening legal action against the city over its response to homeless encampments. How Sac State is researching poor air quality and health in Sacramento underserved neighborhoods. Sacramento County DA Sacramento, like much of the state, is grappling with a record number of people experiencing homelessness. It's a crisis with a range of deep-rooted causes, and an individual toll that is very personal and unique. That creates a frustrating dynamic where solutions can conflict with each other, with local leaders at times at odds over the best way to solve a moral, public health and safety issue. And that disagreement is unfolding in Sacramento. Sacramento County District Attorney Thien Ho is threatening legal action over the city's homelessness response. And Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is pushing back. CapRadio Reporter Kate Wolffe explains the dispute between the county and city over enforcement of homeless encampments on public property. Poor air quality research Four underserved Sacramento-area neighborhoods are the focus of a Sac State project that is researching the link between poor air quality and health issues. While the Environmental Studenties students gain real-world experience, the county and residents will get valuable information about where and how to find solutions. Sac State Professor Wayne Linklater joins us with a look at the neighborhoods being studied and some of the key information student-researchers hope to learn.
Christian is interested in human worlds, human perception and the skill of observation, which is reflected in the diversity of his professional experience. He has been a full time Professor of Applied Humanities at The New School for Social Research; a Senior Fellow at The Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI) in Tokyo, Japan and a Distinguished Visitor at The Buffett Center for International Affairs at Northwestern University in Chicago.He co-founded ReD Associates, a pioneering consultancy with offices in Copenhagen, Paris, London and New York City, and a health data start-up Lateral Data based in Dallas TX. His board appointments include Chairman of the top-tier architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group: BIG; Independent director of the luxury furniture manufacturer Fritz Hansen; Independent director and Nomination/Governance Committee chairman at the battery metals company The Metals Company; Member of the high-end home textiles manufacturer Kvadrat; and Board member at Red Associates Holding. His work has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Financial Times, The Washington Post, Der Spiegel, and Bloomberg Business week. And he is the author of three books: The Moment of Clarity - Using the Human Sciences to Solve Your Toughest Business Problems Sensemaking - The Power of The Humanities in the Age of the Algorithm And just released:Look - How to pay attention in a world of distraction. Learn more about Christian: Connect on LinkedIn See more of his work Learn more about NDM at NaturalisticDecisionMaking.org. Where to find the hosts: Brian Moon Brian's website Brian's LinkedIn Brian's Twitter Laura Militello Laura's website Laura's LinkedIn Laura's Twitter
Using dog psychology requires a deep understanding that our dogs do not think like us. We love our dogs, and we want to communicate with them and know what they are thinking. But here's an important truth: dogs do NOT think like humans! dog psOne of the most common dog training and dog care mistakes is that we communicate and relate to our dogs using human psychology. Typically, we view them as young children. This is where everything goes wrong because using human psychology on our dogs can only lead to misunderstandings. By understanding dog psychology, you can help identify the reasons for certain dog behavior such as non-stop barking, running away episodes, and unexplained aggression. With dog psychology, you'll find solutions to their behavioral issues better because you finally get your dog. So how can you master dog psychology in communicating with and raising your dog? Read on to learn more! Key Takeaways: Dogs don't think like humans. And if you use human psychology to understand a dog, it can lead to misunderstandings. Your dog has an innate and natural behavior. These natural instincts are there to help dogs be safe and thrive. When you understand dog psychology and your dog's natural instincts in dog training, you can teach your dogs in a better way. LEARN DOG PSYCHOLOGY BETTER WITH THE DOG CALMING CODE™️ Table of Contents Using Dog Psychology to Understand Odd Dog Behavior: The Story of Zippy Dog Psychology: How to Know How Dogs Really Think Top 6 Unique Dog Behaviors Explained Through Dog Psychology Dog Psychology: Five Ways You Can Understand and Interpret Your Dog Better Using Dog Psychology and Dog's Natural Behavior to Improve Dog Training Conclusion: Dog Psychology is One of Your Biggest Tools in Dog Training! Using Dog Psychology to Understand Odd Dog Behavior: The Story of Zippy My experience with Zippy is what stands out the most whenever I have to emphasize to dog owners how dog psychology benefits both them and their pets. (Watch the video below for Zippy's story) Zippy's a lovely dog! You could say that she's an “almost-perfect” dog. She's very obedient, she comes when called, she's relaxed, and she's the best at potty training. But one day, Zippy began showing odd behavior: SHE WAS CONSTANTLY RUNNING AWAY FROM HOME! Despite putting up a fence, covering holes where Zippy typically goes through — Zippy would still find a way to run off. The story became more interesting when the owners said she would go to another house where a male dog lives. It only made sense when Zippy's lady-owner said “The same thing happened when I was pregnant last time.” I asked “Are you also pregnant now?” The lady said yes. I immediately knew why Zippy was running away. PUPPY COACH: TRAIN YOUR YOUNG DOGS THE RIGHT WAY WITH THIS TRUSTED PROGRAM! Zippy has always felt that she was the alpha of her “pack” and for her, bearing puppies should be HER role. To her, it was a travesty of justice that some other woman in the pack would be birthing a pup. So in true alpha female fashion, Zippy runs away to another home to build her own pack with another dog. At first, it was a surprising realization for owners. But I explained to them: you have to use dog psychology to really know how dogs think! Dog Psychology: How to Know How Your Dog Thinks Dog owner, it's important to understand the nature of your dog before you start training them. This effort includes knowing the psychology of dogs, honoring their natural state, and respecting how THEY see the world. You should acknowledge how your dog sees the world BEFORE you impose your human interpretation. Only by doing so can you make a real relationship with your dog built on trust and understanding. Here is some basic info to remember when it comes to learning how dogs think. UNDERSTAND DOG PSYCHOLOGY SO YOU CAN TRAIN BETTER. START WITH THE DOG CALMING CODE. #1: Dogs Act on Instinct and What's Natural to Them Dog behavior such as barking, or aggression, or even restlessness can be attributed to a dog's instinctual reactions, NOT just because they're acting up. Same with other animals, dogs have natural instincts that are there to help them survive. A dog's instinctive behavior is passed down through genetics and is usually a result of what their breed is genetically-engineered to do. Even as domesticated breeds, dogs will naturally engage in various activities such as hunting, digging holes, shepherding, and barking, all of which serve a purpose and remain part of their inherent behavior. Let's take a look at some examples. Dogs pee everywhere because that's what they feel is natural; when they feel the need to pee, they will pee. Our dogs are also very protective. When a dog feels that they are the “pack leader,” their instinct to protect heightens. Barking — one of the dog behaviors that can really get on the nerves of dog owners — is one of the signs that a dog is fierce in protecting the household. In Zippy's story, she wasn't running away just because she wants to give her owners a hard time — she was doing what was natural for an alpha female. TRAIN YOUR PUPPIES WITH THE BEST FOUNDATION. START WITH THE PUPPY COACH. Can you imagine how frustrating it would be for you and your dog if you interpreted everything through the lens of human psychology? #2: Some Dog Breeds Are Predisposed To Do Things Differently Than Others Dog instinct is part of a dog's innate behavior — it's built into them. Some breeds — despite being domesticated — have it in them to exhibit unique behavior. For example, beagles tend to run around a lot because they were previously used for hunting rabbits. Greyhounds are hunters, so they can still show signs of this through their high-speed running. Border Collies love shepherding because that's what they are predisposed to do. #3: Dogs Don't Speak Our Language But There Are Ways That Can Help Them Understand Us “Doggy Dan, I've been telling my dog over and over again to do this. But they just don't get it!” Here's an important fact: dogs don't speak English. They don't speak the language of humans. HOWEVER, dogs can interpret what you are trying to say through assessing your body language, the tone in your voice, and association with rewards and punishments. LEARN HOW YOUR DOGS THINK WITH THE DOG CALMING CODE! In my program the Dog Calming Code™️, dog owners will find ways how to command behavior or communicate something to their pets using a strategy that dogs will understand. Why am I keen on making sure dogs and dog owners get each other? Because when you take misunderstandings out of a pet-owner relationship, both the training and relationship improves. Top 6 Unique Dog Behaviors Explained Through Dog Psychology Through learning dog psychology, dog owners can feel less frustrated, and smarter in addressing dog behavior issues. To our human eyes, some of these behaviors can appear as odd, weird, or not making sense. However, the natural instincts that cause odd dog behavior serve a purpose: to protect, feed, and keep them alive. Like what I mentioned above, dogs act on what's natural and instinctual to them. Let's take a look at six unique dog behaviors through the eyes of our dogs. Behavior #1: Why Do Dogs Dig Holes? Ah, digging! It's an age-old habit that's deeply ingrained in dogs. Why do dogs dig holes? In the wild, dogs used to dig to create safe and comfortable dens for themselves or to hide food from potential scavengers. Even though they might have cushy beds now, the urge to dig is just too hard to resist sometimes. CLICK HERE: THE DOG TRAINING PROGRAM THOUSANDS OF DOG OWNERS TRUST! Behavior #2: Why Do Dogs Bark? Barking is their way of communicating with the world. Dogs may bark to alert humans of potential threats, to express excitement or anxiety, or simply because they heard something intriguing. Sometimes, your dog just wants to get your attention and make sure you know they're there and ready for some fun! Behavior #3: Why Are Dogs So Protective of Food? Food is precious to dogs, just like it is to most living beings. Dogs need food to survive, so food is like GOLD to them! All a dog needs to feel rich is to have a full tummy. It is EVERYTHING to them. In the wild, resources can be scarce, so dogs learned to guard their food to ensure their survival. Even though their bowls are filled regularly now, that instinct to protect what's theirs still remains. In one of the Golden Rules of my online program, the Dog Calming Code, I teach that dogs who hide their food also feel that they're in control of the food. It's one of their ways to assert leadership. LEARN WHAT AFFECTS DOG BEHAVIOR WITH THE DOG CALMING CODE™️ Behavior #4: Why Do Dogs Bury Toys and Food? It might seem odd to you, but it stems from a dog's ancestry. In the wild, dogs used to bury excess food to keep it safe for later. It's like a built-in pantry for the future. Even though they no longer need to store food this way, old habits die hard! They will bury their bones, rawhide and pigs ears, then dig it up whenever they want — often to express their leadership in front of others in the family. Similar to hiding food, dogs who control the toys are also displaying their household leadership. By displaying YOUR slipper or the dog's favorite toy in front of you, in THEIR possession, it shows you they have a firm grasp of who's in charge…and it's NOT you! Behavior #5: Carrying Things You might have noticed how dogs love carrying random objects around, like your shoes, socks, or toys. It's a throwback to their ancestors, who would carry prey or other items in their mouths. To dogs, it's like a game and a way to bond with you — after all, sharing experiences is what companionship is all about. Behavior #6: Licking Licking is one of the versatile behaviors in dogs. It's how they groom themselves and show affection to both humans and other dogs. In the wild, licking also played a role in social bonding among pack members. So, next time your dog gives you a good lick, know that it's their way of saying "you're part of our pack!" As you observe these behaviors, remember that they are rooted in evolutionary history. While dogs have become beloved companions in your homes, the instincts of their wild ancestors still run through their veins. Embracing these unique behaviors with understanding and patience will make their bond with you even stronger. INFLUENCE DOG BEHAVIOR FOR THE BETTER WITH THE DOG CALMING CODE Dog Psychology: Eight Ways You Can Understand and Interpret Your Dog Better Familiarizing with dog psychology and how dogs think requires conscious effort on our part. It's going to be hard, but it will significantly change how you see your dog and how you train them. Here are some ways you can get your dog better. Tip #1: Observe Their Body Language Dogs communicate mostly through body language. Pay close attention to their tail, ears, eyes, and overall posture to gauge their emotions and intentions. By understanding their non-verbal cues, you can respond appropriately and strengthen your connection. Tip #2: Search About Their Breed to Understand Dog Psychology Better Dogs are not created equal, and some breeds are unique than the rest! Researching your dog's breed traits and history provides valuable insights into their natural instincts and behaviors. Each breed has unique characteristics, and understanding them will help you tailor your training approach to suit their needs. Tip #3: Lead with Gentleness Dogs can't operate well when there's fear. When dogs can't show their true nature to you, it will be more difficult to know how to train them better. Training should be a positive experience for both you and your dog. Approach it with gentleness, patience, and kindness. Avoid using harsh methods, as they can cause fear and hinder the learning process. Positive reinforcement encourages better results. IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO LEARN DOG PSYCHOLOGY. START NOW WITH THE DOG CALMING CODE. Tip #4: Be the Pack Leader Dogs are instinctively pack animals and look for a confident leader. Establish yourself as the pack leader by setting clear boundaries and rules. A consistent and confident approach helps your dog feel secure and more willing to follow your guidance. When they see you as a pack leader, they can connect with you better because they trust you. And when your relationship is that of trust and understanding, you'll start to see why your dog behaves the way they do. My program, the Dog Calming Code, can help you make this happen! Tip #5: Be Consistent Be consistent with your commands and routine. It is in consistency that certain behaviors that tell something about your dog stand out. Tip #6: Use Timeouts and Positive Reinforcements When your dog displays unwanted behavior, consider using timeouts to redirect their attention. At the same time, reinforce good behavior with positive rewards like treats, praise, or affection. This encourages your dog to repeat positive actions and learn from their mistakes. Tip #7: Take Time and Be Patient Remember that being a master of dog psychology is a gradual process that requires time and patience. Every dog learns at their own pace. Celebrate small successes and stay patient throughout the training journey. Being patient and understanding helps build trust and confidence in your dog. Tip #8: Get Dog Training Help An amazing shortcut to understanding dogs better is getting guidance from professional dog trainers! HOW TO DEAL WITH PUPPY BEHAVIOR. GET GUIDANCE FROM THE PUPPY COACH PROGRAM! In my online dog training program, the Dog Calming Code, I offer strategies that help dog owners connect to their pets better through communication strategies that dogs easily get! Using Dog Psychology and Dog's Natural Behavior to Improve Dog Training One of the biggest frustrations in dog training comes from wanting to change our dog completely. But here's a beautiful fact: you can actually use your dog's natural behaviors to your training advantage. In dog training, tapping into dog psychology, embracing their innate behaviors, and getting in tuned with how dogs think can unlock the key to effective and harmonious training methods. Instead of attempting to reshape a dog entirely, aligning training techniques with their natural instincts proves immensely beneficial. Here are some ways how understanding dog psychology and their natural instincts can help in dog training. #1: Through Dog Psychology, You Build Understanding and Trust Which Are Important to Dog Training By understanding and respecting their unique behaviors, we create a bridge of communication that fosters a deeper connection. This approach empowers both the dog and the owner, paving the way for successful training experiences based on trust and mutual understanding. DOG CALMING CODE: THE PROGRAM FOR CORRECTING DOG BEHAVIOR! #2: With the Help of Dog Psychology, You Will Know How to Teach Your Dog Best With dog psychology, you'll learn how to teach your dog in a fascinating way. By understanding their instincts and behavior, you'll tailor your training methods effectively. This helps you communicate with them better, creating a strong bond based on trust. Armed with this knowledge, you'll find the best approaches to guide your furry companion's learning and growth, forming a lifelong connection. #3: You'll Find the Best Ways For Mental and Physical Stimulation If your dog is not that enthusiastic with the games and exercises you have prepared for, don't fret. Your dog might not be a runner or a walker, and they might prefer another activity for physical and mental stimulation. By knowing dog psychology and how dog's instinct works, you can come up with better activities that both you and your dog can enjoy. #4: You'll Train With Love and Understanding By comprehending their emotions and innate communication signals, you can adapt your training methods to resonate with their unique perspective. Replacing harsh discipline with positive reinforcement and patience fosters a bond built on love and trust. This mutual understanding creates a safe environment where your dog feels secure, motivated, and eager to learn. With each training session, your connection deepens, resulting in a well-behaved and emotionally fulfilled companion that brings immeasurable joy to your life. KNOW HOW YOUR PUPPY THINKS WITH THE PUPPY COACH PROGRAM! Conclusion: Dog Psychology is One of Your Biggest Tools in Dog Training! When you really know how your dog thinks, you save yourself from the frustration of feeling like no training ever works! Yes — you even save yourself from using training strategies that are not compatible with your beloved pet. When you apply dog psychology to dog training, it just clicks on you what's best for your dog. You begin communicating in a way that your dog understands. Your relationship begins to shift from exhaustion, to one that actually brings joy. I can't stress this enough: understanding dog psychology is one of the biggest factors that make dog training successful. A true, clear, and deep understand your dog is as important as any training technicalities. When you get them, your dog will absolutely thank you. ~ Doggy Dan
Kate talks to researcher Anthony Damiano about the causes of displacement and how it is tracked and researched. Learn more about Anthony's work: https://www.tonydamiano.com/ Kate and Mohanad can be found on Twitter at @KateWillett and @MohanadElshieky Subscribe to the Patreon here: www.patreon.com/replyguys Hosts: Kate Willett and Mohanad Elshieky Producer: Genevieve Gearity Theme Song: Emily Frembgen and Kate Willett Artwork: Adrienne Lobl
The Australian school year begins in January, so we are right in the middle of a fantastic homeschool year. But, I know all my friends in the US are back-to-school! I thought it'd be fun to share a glimpse into our homeschool days and the curriculum line-up we have for the next semester. Researching curriculum is a geeky hobby of mine; it's been so fun to come up with these resources, unit studies, and curriculum choices! Resources: NHC Blog: Curriculum Line-up for Fall/Winter 2023 https://nohighercalling.org/curriculum-line-up-for-fall-winter-2023/ The Four-Hour School Day by Durenda Wilson https://amzn.to/3ONO6cl NHC Podcast: Clean 15 with Sarah Boots https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/clean-15-with-sarah-boots/id1547126864?i=1000593962267 NHC Podcast: Cleaning with Littles https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/cleaning-with-littles/id1547126864?i=1000609275443 Follow my journey by subscribing to this podcast. You can also follow me on Instagram, YouTube, and www.nohighercalling.org
It took a while to figure out the cause of milk sickness. One woman often gets credit for solving the mystery, but does that story hold up? Research: Allen, John W. “It Happened in Southern Illinois: The Legend of Dr. Anna Bigsby.” The Daily Register. Harrisburg, IL. 1957. Allen, John W. “It Happened in Southern Illinois.” Southern Illinois University. 1968. “Disease in Ohio, Ascribed to Some Deleterious Quality in Milk of Cows.” The Medical Repository May-July 1811: Vol 3. Daly, Walter J. “'The "Slows': The Torment of Milk Sickness on the Midwest Frontier. Indiana Magazine of History , MARCH 2006, Vol. 102, No. 1 (MARCH 2006). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/27792690 Furbee, Louanna and Dr. Wiliam D. Snively Jr. “Milk Sickness, 1811-1966: A Bibliography.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences , July, 1968, Vol. 23, No. 3 (July, 1968). https://www.jstor.org/stable/24621944 Hall, Elihu N. “Anna's War Against the River Pirates and Cave Bandits of John A. Murrell's Northern Drive.” Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Hardin County (Ill.). Historical Committee for the Centennial. “History of Hardin County, Illinois.” 1939. https://archive.org/details/historyofhardinc00hard Jordan, Philip D. “The Death of Nancy Hanks Lincoln.” Indiana Magazine of History , JUNE, 1944, Vol. 40, No. 2 (JUNE, 1944). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/27787425. Letter, W. D. Snively Jr. to Lowell Dearinger, with correspondence by Norman Ferrell, June 12, 1967. John W. Allen Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale. “Lowell A. Dearinger.” https://www.choisser.org/illinois/lowell.html McCarthy, Will. “How an 1800s Midwife Solved a Poisonous Mystery.” Smithsonian. July/August 2023. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/how-1800s-midwife-solved-poisionous-mystery-180982343/ Rodman, Adam. “Episode 67: Fever on the Frontier.” Bedside Rounds. Podcast. 3/20/2022. http://bedside-rounds.org/episode-67-fever-on-the-frontier/ A.W. “Reviewed Work: Ballads from the Bluffs by Elihu Nicholas Hall.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (1908-1984), Vol. 42, No. 1 (Mar., 1949). https://www.jstor.org/stable/40188361. Scientific American. “Milk Sickness—Its Cause and Cure.” 4/17/1858. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/milk-sicknessits-cause-and-cure/ Shawnee Tribe. “History of the People.” https://www.shawnee-nsn.gov/history Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. “Shawnee Nation Case Study.” https://americanindian.si.edu/nk360/removal-six-nations/shawnee/treaty.cshtml Snively, William D. Jr. and Louanna Furbee. “Discoverer of the Cause of Milk Sickness.” JAMA. June 20, 1966. Snively, William D. Jr. and Louanna Furbee. “Researching a Historical Book.” JAMA. April 7, 1969. Waggoner, F.R. “Milk Sickness: Its Etiology, Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment.” Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal. March 1859. Walker, J.W. “Milk-Sickness.” Science, Vol. 8, No. 199 (Nov. 26, 1886). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/1760447 William I. Christensen. “Milk Sickness: A Review of the Literature.” Economic Botany, vol. 19, no. 3, 1965, pp. 293–300. JSTOR, http://www.jstor.org/stable/4252612. Accessed 19 July 2023. Wood, Curtis W. “Milk Sickness.” NCPedia. 2006. https://www.ncpedia.org/milk-sickness See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With Glenn, we talk about a lot - coping, researching our illness to know & distract, we learn new words & where to go to learn more about our faithful companion, PN. This one is action-packed. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/peripheralneuropathyresources/message
Do you suffer from the effects of Covid or other health issues? Serena Musick contracted long Covid back in 2020, suffering from extreme nausea and loss of taste and smell. She tried many different nutritional plans, to no avail, until she decided to try the carnivore lifestyle. She has since recovered and continues to follow a strict carnivore protocol to maintain her health. It was a pleasure to have her on the podcast and I know you'll enjoy this episode. What we discussed: Her backstory and motivation for going carnivore (1:45) Her nutritional protocol prior to switching to carnivore and how she felt (8:20) Researching carnivore and seeing the other end of the spectrum in regards to dietary needs after Covid (10:27) How long it took for her cravings to subside after starting carnivore (12:50) Her past binging and purging habits (14:59) Macros and her rocky start with carnivore (17:50) Reverse dieting, disordered eating, and fasting (22:16) The importance of fasting and how she structures her eating (26:56) Fat to protein ratio (31:46) Navigating nutrition with children (34:26) Homeschooling and curriculum (37:18) The best part of homeschooling (40:57) The costs of daycare (44:40) Downsides to her homeschooling experience (46:42) What she's excited for in the coming months (50:39) Where to follow Serena: Instagram Website If you loved this episode and our podcast, please take some time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, or drop us a comment below!
Live from the floor of the March 2023 IHRSA Trade Show in San Diego, host Pete Moore welcomes Laura Munkholm, President and Co-Founder at Walla. Laura, seven months pregnant with her second child, was running her Yoga 6 location and facing a frustrating lack of insight into her teacher's performance. Determined to find a solution, she partnered with Doug Hecht to create a game-changing product in the face of fierce competition. Laura chats about her journey of identifying frustrations and building solutions from the root cause and shares invaluable lessons learned, the importance of connection and community in entrepreneurship, and the power of understanding diverse perceptions in design. Regarding the importance of experience and understanding a vertical, she states, "When I looked at competitors, I saw a lot of companies that were either underfunded, undercapitalized, and who had experience but didn't understand what it was going to take to build a competing product. Or, I saw tech people who could raise some money but didn't actually understand the use cases of the industry." Some key moments: [00:01:42] Corporate sales career to yoga studio success. [00:04:32] Yoga industry charges what it's worth. [00:10:18] Running software company, feature requests, experience, version two, waiting for fixes, asking for sale, MINDBODY and class pass partnership, frustrations. [00:14:43] "Prioritize feature set based on experience." [00:19:57] Prioritize salespeople who understand industry and software. [00:21:11] Successful conversions, exciting new studios, streamlined migration. A few key takeaways: Identifying a frustration or problem is crucial before starting a business or pursuing an idea. Solving genuine problems leads to valuable and successful products. Building a quality product is essential in a competitive industry. Researching and understanding the industry's use cases is important to create a robust solution that meets customers' needs. Prioritizing tasks and features is a critical skill for entrepreneurs. It can be helpful to partner with someone who excels in prioritization to ensure the business focuses on its core mission and goals. Understanding and empathizing with the target audience is crucial for effective sales and marketing. Hiring salespeople who have experience in the industry and can speak the language of clients can help build trust and rapport with customers. Diversity in design is important to ensure that products and user interfaces cater to different perspectives. Taking into account how different groups perceive colors, structures, and design can lead to more inclusive and user-friendly experiences. Click here to download transcript. Connect With Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehaloadvisors/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Integritysquare YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@halotalks Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehaloadvisors LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/integrity-square/ Website: https://www.halotalks.com Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: www.ratethispodcast.com/halotalks and don't forget to check out the HALO Academy for Executive Education opportunities.
What defines the complicated relationship between brothers and sisters—is it lineage? Love? Obligation? Friendship? Need? And why did so many parents expect their offspring to share and share alike? Historian Amy Harris joins us to talk about: What led to her interest in researching sibling relationships. Why her book project seemed to find her in an archive in England. How the early stresses on sibling relationships plagued them in later life. Why parents' behavior affects how sibling relationships function. A discussion of the book Siblinghood and Social Relations in Georgian England: Share and Share Alike. Today's book is: Siblinghood and Social Relations in Georgian England: Share and Share Alike (Manchester University Press, 2016), Dr. Amy Harris, which examines the impact sisters and brothers had on eighteenth-century English families and society. Using evidence from letters, diaries, probate disputes, court transcripts, prescriptive literature and portraiture, Dr. Harris argues that although parents' wills often recommended their children 'share and share alike', siblings had to constantly negotiate between prescribed equality and practiced inequalities. This is the first monograph-length analysis of early modern siblings in England, and is at the forefront of sibling studies. The book is intended for a broad audience of scholars – particularly those interested in families, women, children and eighteenth-century social and cultural history. Our guest is: Dr. Amy Harris, who is an associate professor of history and family/history genealogy at BYU, where she also serves as the director for the Family History Program. She is the author of Siblinghood and Social Relations in Georgian England, and the co-editor of Family Life in England and America, 1690-1820. She is currently working on her new book: A Single View: Family Life and the Unmarried in Georgian England, which analyzes family relations across the lifespan of never-married men and women. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, who holds a PhD in American history. She has served as content director and producer of the Academic Life since she launched it in 2020. The Academic Life is proud to be an academic partner of the New Books Network. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: This episode on the detective work of research This episode on reclaiming lost voices and recovering history This episode on writing feminist biography This episode about the House on Henry Street and public-facing humanities This episode on how our pets are family members This episode on archival etiquette and what to know before you go This episode on launching an online history conference This episode on where research really begins Welcome to the Academic Life! Join us here each week to learn from experts inside and outside the academy, and around the world, and embrace the broad definition of what it truly means to live an academic life. Missed any of the 150+ Academic Life episodes? You can find them all archived here. And check back soon: we're busy in the studio preparing new episodes for your academic journey—and beyond! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Description:In today's episode, we hear Francisco Pergola the Co-Founder of Cheddies Crackers, a high protein, low sugar snack brand made with real cheese sourced from regenerative farms. During this episode, Francisco shares his story of making something out of nothing, time and time again, from growing up in San Antonio, Texas (with dreams of working on Wall Street) to starting the first Ping Pong club in high school, and beyond. Francisco created Cheddies after realizing that hospital patients had limited healthy snack options. Working with nutritionists and testing his concept within clinics, Francesco and his family have taken the snack world by storm. Tune in to hear more today!Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:• AWESOME CX by Transcom provides high touch, personalized customer experience services to consumer brands of any size! Email Lee at email@example.com to learn more about their award-winning services and Awesome Coffee Chats.In This Episode You'll Hear About:• [01:05] Francisco Pergola's childhood, studies, and career before co-founding Cheddies Crackers.• [09:23] The inception and development of the Cheddies Crackers concept.• [13:48] Researching what patients needed with nutritionists and testing the concept in hospitals.• [20:14] Taking the product to market, finding a big break, and getting stocked at H-E-B.• [31:09] Navigating fearlessness as an entrepreneur and asking for forgiveness rather than permission.• [40:10] The ratio of challenge to celebration on the journey and weighing up the benefits along the way.• [48:55] Francisco reflects on the early days of the business and what he would recommend others do differently.• [53:07] Background on the cracker industry in the USA and Nabisco.To Find Out More:Francesco Pergola on LinkedInCheddies CrackersOutlaw VenturesH-E-BAwesome CXLee Greene on LinkedInStairway to CEOStairway to CEO on InstagramQuotes:“I'd go in and talk to their patients and just listen to what they needed which is something that, in the medical industry, not many people do.” [0:14:07]“When we go into the clinics, the easiest selling point for us was familiarity and approachability.” [0:18:14]“[It] was near and dear to our hearts when we started Cheddies — it's a snack; it's meant to be fun; it just so happens to be better for you.” [0:19:38]“I tell people all the time, just ask for forgiveness later.” [0:21:12]“I don't like having limits on what I can and cannot do, because you only live once, so why not try to do as many things as you can?” [0:38:38]“95% of what we have done and dealt with have been challenges and like 5% have been celebratory moments.” [0:40:10]“The good is always at the end, somewhere, somehow.” [0:40:36]“There are going to be moments where you seek answers, you seek help from others, and the truth is, it's your journey, and they are your answers to figure out.” [0:47:37]“I think taking on debt at an early stage is an effective tool.” [0:48:57]
Researching one man's quest to prove that the moon is hiding visitors from elsewhere, we look more generally at moon anomalies. From lunar smelting plants, to tales of astronaut contact - what is really happening up there? Join us here www.patreon.com/TQMpod Help us buy more books like this week's main source material www.amazon.co.uk/Somebody-Else-Moon-George-Leonard/dp/1522838678 Lonnie Zamora ep we mentioned https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-duebj-104c6a5
If the story of Hereward wasn't what you were expecting, you're not alone. Researching this tale has been just as wild an experience as hearing it. In fact, between this episode and the last one, I came across another fascinating tidbit about our favorite French witch.
Welcome to a new episode of Integrative Cancer Solutions with Dr. Karlfeldt. In this captivating installment, we delve into the world of integrative and holistic methods for cancer treatment. Join me as I interview our guest, Suzy, who bravely shares her personal experience with cancer and the profound impact it has had on her life. Suzy's journey takes us on a rollercoaster ride through her exploration of alternative treatment options and her involvement with a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting others battling cancer. This episode is a treasure trove of valuable information and inspiring stories that aim to guide individuals on their own difficult cancer treatment journeys and potentially even save lives. What sets this episode apart is Suzy's unique perspective. Having experienced the devastating loss of multiple family members to cancer, she found herself facing a thyroid cancer diagnosis. Frustrated with traditional medical approaches, she embarked on a holistic path and discovered the transformative Gerson protocol. Throughout the episode, Suzy shares her eye-opening encounter with Suzanne Summers' book, "Knockout," which opened doors to previously unknown holistic approaches to cancer treatment. She also recounts a patient's remarkable recovery attributed to a macrobiotic diet. Suzy firmly believes in the power of lifestyle, attitude, and alternative treatments in managing cancer. We also dive deep into Suzy's personal journey with thyroid cancer and her decision to pursue alternative treatments instead of traditional medical oncology. Hear firsthand how she educated herself about the Gerson Therapy, overcoming skepticism from loved ones, and ultimately embracing it as her beacon of hope. Join us as Suzy reveals her healing journey through the Gerson Therapy. Discover how her commitment to this strict regimen, including orange juice, coffee enemas, and a plethora of juices, brought about significant physical and mental improvements. Her story showcases the body's incredible healing potential and the profound impact of holistic treatments. This episode doesn't stop at Suzy's individual experience. We explore the Gerson Therapy in-depth, its natural healing approach for cancer, and how it can be modified to suit individual needs while still adhering to its core principles. Discover how regular medical tests provided tangible evidence of progress and how the Gerson Therapy principles have been successfully integrated into other aspects of Suzy's life. But that's not all. Suzy's journey of healing didn't stop at her own recovery. Inspired by her transformative experience, she founded Healing Strong, an organization dedicated to supporting others on their healing journeys. Tune in as we uncover the incredible story of this organization's humble beginnings and its journey to becoming a beacon of hope and support for individuals diagnosed with cancer. We also explore Healing Strong's newly revamped curriculum, designed to rebuild bodies, renew souls, and refresh spirits through the power of faith. Discover the importance of group leaders who provide unwavering support and guidance to participants, both online and in-person. Connect with a group in your area through the Healing Strong website and embark on your own healing journey. Healing Strong doesn't stop at providing support. They understand the challenges of transitioning to a healthier lifestyle and offer a "good, better, best" approach to dietary choices. Their focus on nutrition, detoxification, and essential supplements aims to rebuild the body from within. Join us as we uncover the secrets to living a purposeful and intentional life, with Healing Strong leading the way. Through their community-driven approach, you'll find the support, resources, and structure you need to navigate your healing journey. Finally, we emphasize the critical importance of taking action to conquer cancer. Collaborating with professionals who focus on emotional well-being, we explore the significance of addressing forgiveness and other deep-rooted issues. Our episode also highlights the contributions of music therapists, art therapists, and a dedicated teacher, all working together to provide a comprehensive approach to healing. We are immensely grateful to our guest, Suzy, for sharing her powerful story and insights. Remember, the information provided in this episode is for educational purposes only. Join us on Integrative Cancer Solutions with Dr. Karlfeldt as we embark on this transformative journey of hope, healing, and holistic cancer treatment. Tune in now and take the first step towards a brighter future. - Challenges of cancer diagnosis- Personal experience of guest with cancer- Involvement in non profit organization- Importance of holistic treatment- Discovering alternative options- Role of lifestyle and attitude- Journey with thyroid cancer- Researching the Gerson Therapy- Support from spouse and family- Healing through the Gerson Therapy- Modifications to the protocol- Implementing Gerson Therapy principles- Creation of a cancer retreat- Success of Healing Strong curriculum- Importance of group leaders- Support and community at Healing Strong- Taking serious action against cancer- Collaboration with professionals- Lessons and resources available- Conclusion and gratitude Integrative Cancer Solutions was created to instill hope and empowerment. Other people have been where you are right now and have already done the research for you. Listen to their stories and journeys and apply what they learned to achieve similar outcomes as they have, cancer remission and an even more fullness of life than before the diagnosis. Guests will discuss what therapies, supplements, and practitioners they relied on to beat cancer. Once diagnosed, time is of the essence. This podcast will dramatically reduce your learning curve as you search for your own solution to cancer. For more information about products and services discussed in this podcast, please visit www.integrativecancersolutions.com. To learn more about the cutting-edge integrative cancer therapies Dr. Karlfeldt offer at his center, please visit www.TheKarlfeldtCenter.com.
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There is nothing more important to a land manager than understanding what kind of soil you're working with. Researching the soil types of your property can be done in multiple ways, some more in-depth than others. The easiest way is to use the USDA Web Soil Survey. It's an online soil database that covers roughly 95% of the country's soil, and you can have a map of your soil types in a matter of minutes. It's very important to note that this...
Tonight's guest, Al Santariga has was featured on Episodes 25 and 156 and on those shows, he shared the details of the multiple Sasquatch sightings and encounters he's had, over the years. Well, not long ago, he had another sighting and that's what he's back to talk about. This most recent sighting happened at a place Al calls “The Sacred Site.” The Sacred Site is located in Upstate New York, in a remote location that only Al and a select few other people know about. Al has been there multiple times, because he's the lead investigator for the Bronxville Paranormal Society. Researching paranormal phenomena is what the man does, and he does it well.If you'd like to visit the Bronxville Paranormal Society YouTube Channel, please go to… https://www.youtube.com/@BronxvilleParanormalSociety There, you'll find a lot of videos that chronicle the investigative work Al and his team members have done. If you'd like to check out my new Bigfoot show, called "My Bigfoot Sighting," you can listen using your favorite podcast app. Here's a link to the My Bigfoot Sighting Channel on Spotify...https://open.spotify.com/show/2gomYbQG2gM6gPFakCQYNL?si=M0dm3bDfR_ShTiJcHPWoyw&dl_branch=1If you've had a Sasquatch sighting and would like to be a guest on Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio, please go to https://www.BigfootEyewitness.com and submit a report.If you've had a Sasquatch sighting and would like to be a guest on My Bigfoot Sighting, please go to https://www.MyBigfootSighting.com and let me know.If you'd like to help support the show, by buying your own Bigfoot Eyewitness t-shirt or sweatshirt, please visit the Bigfoot Eyewitness Show Store, by going to https://Dogman-Encounters.MyShopify.comI produce 3 other podcasts that are available for listening on your favorite podcast app. If you haven't checked them out, already, here are links to them… My Bigfoot Sighting https://www.spreaker.com/show/my-bigfoot-sighting Dogman Encounters https://www.spreaker.com/show/dogman-encounters-radio_2 My Paranormal Experience https://www.spreaker.com/show/my-paranormal-experience Thanks, as always, for listening!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5008496/advertisement