Producer/Host: Natalie Springuel Maine coastal and ocean issues: Ocean Acidification, how can states and local communities respond? -What is Ocean Acidification? Much like carbon dioxide wreaks havoc on the atmosphere, C02 in the ocean triggers a series a chemical processes that lower the pH of the water, making it more acidic. This can cause problems for shellfish, a concern in a state like Maine where shellfish harvesting is an important part of our coastal economy. -What can states and communities do about it? We'll explore the last decade of how states and communities have been responding to ocean acidification, including Maine, with lessons learned for the East and West coasts. -On today's show, you'll learn how new modeling and forecasting tools will help fishing communities and water quality management adapt to changing conditions. You can hear about a region-wide, simultaneous monitoring event to expand Ocean Acidification research through community-science organizations and private-public partnerships. Guests: Jessie Turner: Secretariat of the Ocean Acidification Alliance, guest editor of special Ocean Acidification issue of Coastal Management Journal Aaron Strong: Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Hamilton College and formerly professor at the University of Maine Parker Gassett: Marine Extension Associate with Maine Sea Grant, coordinating efforts on climate resilience at the community level. About the host: Natalie Springuel has hosted Coastal Conversation's since 2015, with support from the University of Maine Sea Grant where she has served as a marine extension associate for 20 years. In 2019, Springuel received an award for Public Affairs programming from the Maine Association of Broadcasters for the Coastal Conversations show called “Portland's Working Waterfront.” Springuel is passionate about translating science, sharing stories, and offering a platform for multiple voices to weigh in on complex coastal and ocean issues. She has recently enrolled in audio production training at Maine Media Workshop to dive deeper into making great community radio. The post Coastal Conversations 10/22/21: Ocean Acidification- How Can States and Local Communities Respond? first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
Many of us think we know who Jesus is, but do we really have it all figured out? John continues our series in Mark by answering the questions, who is the real Jesus and how should we respond to him? The post Respond to the King's Good News appeared first on The Vineyard Church.
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In this episode of Local, Laura sits down with actor and teaching artist Harry Patrick Christian. Harry hails from the great state of Georgia where he began his acting career as a teenager. Vivid Stage fans know Harry well, from years of his amazing performances. Harry talks with Laura about his life as a teaching artist and actor — from his experience teaching workshops with the Patterson Police Department to performing one-man shows, don't miss this fun, sprawling, and fascinating conversation between two dear friends. -- Music by Jeff Ertz & John Todd
Welcome back to the podcast! On today's episode I sit down to chat about other ways to respond to behavior instead of spanking. There's tons of research out there that talks about why spanking isn't productive and how it can actually breed patterns of abuse for children who were spanked to then repeat patterns of abuse in adulthood. So in this episode I'm diving in to what to do instead and how to support our kiddos in the moment in changing behavior and seeing different patterns without using physical force as an adult. Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I read every one and they fill my heart with joy. Connect with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seed.and.sew/ Podcast page: https://voicesofyourvillage.com Music by: https://www.bensound.com/
Kornit Digital has always marketed itself as a developer of technology, which, in today's world is pretty much what everyone says. In 2021, it seems like every company is either a tech company or a media company. So what is it that makes Kornit different from all the rest? Well, it starts with the fact that Kornit is creating technology that is more than just an app or a gadget: it's developing tech to enable sustainable fashion production, which could have quite an effect on a $3 trillion industry. To achieve this end, though, means that brands have to start thinking and acting differently. Instead of supply and demand, it's going to be all about demand then supply. Currently, 30% of fashion inventory is going unused and unsold. That negatively affects not just a company's bottom line, the resources wasted in producing and then eliminating those items has a massive negative impact on the environment. On this episode of Up Next in Commerce, Omer Kulka, the CMO of Kornit, explained to me all the ways the company is working to bring new technology, a new business model, and a whole new way of thinking to the industry to start turning those negatives into something better. And the change is coming sooner than you think, so if you want to be prepared, you'll definitely want to pay close attention to this convo. Enjoy!Main Takeaways:Monetizing Trends: Everywhere you look, something or someone is going viral. For too long, it's been next to impossible to monetize those trends, but that's changing. By shifting to a demand and supply model, brands can create a system that allows them to meet the moment and deliver goods to customer that they want in the moment and then still be ready to deliver again when the next trend comes along.Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast: These days, if you're not innovating and disrupting yourself, you'll be out of business in the blink of an eye. The best companies in the world are always shifting gears and changing their skin to meet new demands. This takes a lot of strategy and preparation, but more importantly, it take great people and a culture where your employees are not afraid of change, they lean into it.The mash-up between physical and virtual worlds: Virtual fashion is fashion that doesn't exist in real life — think video and computer games or even in the future on Instagram— and it is an exciting new opportunity for on-demand, sustainable fashion.For an in-depth look at this episode, check out the full transcript below. Quotes have been edited for clarity and length.---Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Respond quickly to changing customer needs with flexible Ecommerce connected to marketing, sales, and service. Deliver intelligent commerce experiences your customers can trust, across every channel. Together, we're ready for what's next in commerce. Learn more at salesforce.com/commerce---For a full transcript of this interview, click here.
We are pleased to announce our new Lafayette Chancellor, Dr. Aaron Baute. He was born and raised in Lafayette and began his career at Ivy Tech in 2004 as an adjunct instructor. Over the years he served in various roles at the Lafayette campus including faculty, program chair for Business Administration, department chair for the School of Business, and division dean of Technology. Most recently Dr. Baute was the Vice President of Business, Logistics, and Supply Chain. Dr. Scott Hanback, chair of the Lafayette campus board said it best, “Dr. Baute has extensive knowledge of the area's business and industry, K-12 institutions, and Purdue University. I know that he will hit the ground running on the first day and build on Dr. Bathe's legacy.” Thanks to my guest - Dr. Aaron Baute – Chancellor, Lafayette Campus If you are at our Lafayette campus, stop by and say “hi” to Chancellor Baute! Get in Touch You can connect with Kara Monroe on Twitter @KNMTweets Reach out with show ideas, comments, or questions via Twitter or at our email address - firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave us a voice mail at 317-572-5049. Respond to the Call for Action, ask a question, give a shout-out to a colleague, or an episode suggestion. Check out show notes, listen to past episodes, and get instructions on how to access the podcast on our website at http://www.ivytech.edu/podcast.
Oklahoma-based technology companies LandScout, AgBoost and SmartStock recently announced a partnership to integrate their agricultural software platforms. The alliance was formed to benefit cattle ranchers and livestock producers both statewide and across the nation. Farm assistant, Aaron Zimmerman was able to catch up with Trent Stoker of LandScout to discuss the partnership and project that they are working on. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Richard Petty, Distinguished University Professor of social psychology, researches the situational and individual difference factors responsible for changes in beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. He joins host David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence on Soundcloud and iTunes to discuss his recent work on how political partisans (those who strongly identify as liberal or conservative) differ from independent voters in the overall strength of their attitudes. He's found that independent voters often have greater animosity toward one candidate than they have liking toward the candidate that they were going to vote for, and this negativity is growing.
It's been a long 19 months for the entertainment sector, and for bands like Picture This. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/10/20120731/PictureThis_2010.mp3"][/audio] While it had been long hoped that the latest Government guidance would provide clarity for live music, this hasn't been the case. Speaking to Dermot and Dave, Picture This expressed their frustration that a country that prides itself on its music has been left with 'strategies that don't make any sense' by people who have 'turned their backs' on the entire music scene. The Kildare band called the situation 'laughable' and called on those involved to support the sector when it needs it most. Despite the lack of clarity, Ryan, Jimmy and the lads are playing an incredibly exciting, very intimate gig with Guinness. Picture This will join Gemma Dunleavy to perform for fans in a Dublin pub over the coming weeks as part of the #herestoitall campaign. We're putting on a gig with @picturethis to celebrate your moments from the last 18 months. Tweet your moment with #HeresToItAll to win tickets. 18+ only. No purchase necessary ROI & NI. Open 12:00 GMT 18/10 - 09:00 GMT 26/10 2021. For full T&Cs & prize details see link in bio. pic.twitter.com/va1Io9QO5o — Guinness Ireland (@GuinnessIreland) October 20, 2021 You can catch Jimmy and Ryan chatting to Dermot and Dave by clicking play above.
Hello everyone! I'm so glad you've joined us today for episode 127, “Don't Let Fear Drive Us Apart.” Center Stage in Paris A missionary friend serving in Paris wrote the following in a recent newsletter I received. It's about the proof of vaccination that's now being required there. “...uncertainty continues to be the order of the day. The Passe Sanitaire, literally, “Sanitary Pass” continues to fuel strong debate and disagreement as the demonstrations across the country grow each Saturday. The scientific and medical communities are divided too, and more and more people in 'high places' are speaking out against the pass. I haven't been to a single dinner, picnic, or tea with friends where it hasn't taken center stage. The angst is real! Pray for us…” And then in a recent Skype call with a missionary in Germany, they told me “the vaccination issue is all you hear in the media in Germany, almost nothing else. There's a strong appeal from the government to solidarity. That we're all in this together as good citizens and there's something wrong with you if you don't want to get the vaccine. The same thing is happening in Austria.” Both of these missionaries see fear driving us apart What the US government is doing Here in the US all across the country, the government has been offering lots of incentives. Here are a few I found from this past summer: Ohio Anyone ages 12 to 25 was eligible to win five $100,000 scholarships and 50 $10,000 scholarships. Hawaii 21 different prizes including: Airline miles and free tickets from 5 different airlines, including 50 free airline tickets from Southwest Airlines. Hotel and resort gift packages. Pizza for a Year courtesy of Papa John's $1,000 gift card courtesy of NAPA Auto Parts Massachusetts Fully vaccinated residents,18 or older, had a chance to win one of the five $1 million prizes, while those between the ages of 12 and 17 were eligible to win one of five $300,000 scholarship grants. New Mexico Five weekly drawings will award four $250,000 cash prizes each week. A grand prize of $5 million was awarded at the conclusion of the sweepstakes, in early August, to one winner drawn from the statewide pool of vaccinated New Mexicans. Memphis, Tennessee There was a sweepstake for a free car to any resident who was vaccinated. Alabama The Talladega Superspeedway is offered people aged 16 and older who choose to be tested and/or vaccinated the thrill of driving their car or truck on the 2.66-mile track. Drivers and their riders will take two laps behind a pace car at highway speed, including the 33-degree-high banks. Deleware Prison officials offered inmates five days of good time credits, a free video visit, a snack bag or a special meal, and an opportunity to be scheduled first for in-person visitations when they resume. Wisconsin $100 gift card, lots of states are doing this A free creme puff at the Wisconsin State Fair in August Indiana A box of Girl Scout cookies. Really? That's an incentive? Another idea to change people's behavior Another suggestion to encourage people to get vaccinated appeared in a letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal. It's called the H.E.A.R. technique H. Hear. Ask open-ended questions E. Express gratitude. Thank you for sharing. A. Ask about the pros and cons of getting the vaccine R. Respond. Summarize what you've heard Pretty lame. I don't think it's going to prevent fear driving us apart. Questions we're not asking How do we improve our immune system? How did people handle the Spanish flu of 1918? What did they do to get out of it? So what does this divisive issue mean for us? How are we to view this issue in light of our relationships. How can we get the vaccine issue off center stage as my French missionary friend describes, and throw it in the dumpster out in the alley behind the theater? I have a few ideas. It starts with the observation that we are all a little afraid. The vaccinated The vaccinated are afraid the unvaccinated are going to infect us all, and then we in turn will infect others, including our loved ones. They may even end up putting us in the hospital. Or in the grave. They are afraid the unvaccinated will surely prolong this pandemic, and it will then take that much longer for life to return to normal. The vaccinated are afraid our country is turning into a nation of ignorant self-centered people who only care about themselves and not the common good. The unvacinated The unvaccinated, however, are afraid liberties are being taken away, where the government is taking more and more control of the daily lives of its citizens. They're afraid the government doesn't know what it's doing because the “science” they point to changes on a weekly basis. Remember “Two Weeks to Flatten the Curve?” They ask. Some of the unvaccinated are afraid because this issue reminds them too much of the medical science that endorsed lobotomies as approved medical treatment in the middle of the last century. They're afraid something's amiss when highly esteemed medical professionals are silenced when they raise concerns about side effects of the vaccine, like strokes, blood clots, and enlarged hearts. They're afraid because they fear the shaming some of them are experiencing for their stance will only get worse. I would say this to both groups: Acknowledge that we're all a bit fearful now. Let's help each other in our fear. Let's be afraid together, not emotionally apart from one another. Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode Don't let fear drive us apart because of our differing views of the vaccine. Extend grace to others on the opposite side of the issue as we are. The other side isn't stupid. Most of us are doing the best we can with the information we have. Fear Covid, but not each other. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Just send them to me in an email to john [at] caringforothers [dot] org. Or you can share your thoughts in the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the show notes. A related episode you may want to listen to 074: Relationships During Elections Closing In closing, if you found this podcast helpful, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts if you haven't already done so. I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, so that you don't let fear drive us apart. All so that you will find the joy God intends for you through your relationships. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week. Goodbye for now. You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of donors to pay our bills. 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It's hello classroom, goodbye online learning for Auckland and Waikato's year 11, 12 and 13 students. Despite Auckland's high Delta case count, seniors can head back to school from next Tuesday. But uncertainty remains for students in years 1 to 10. And that spells disappointment for some, who desperately want catch up with mates, and get their feet back under the desk. Our reporter Nick Truebridge and cameraman Nick Monro spoke to parents and students enjoying the sun at Takapuna Beach this afternoon.
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week's responses.] “How did that go?” READ. Matthew 4:1-11 Discussion Questions: Truth - What is the main point of this passage? Repentance - How does this impact your personally Faith - How might God be asking you to respond? RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today's discussion further your relationship with God, one another, and the world? Pray together. [Record responses and prayer requests.]
On this show and so many others, you hear a lot about the success stories and the big companies doing new and exciting things. But the fact of the matter is that those tales of major profits and winning market share and scaling, they were almost always preceded by some really tough times and moments that have crippled many entrepreneurs who have tried to trod the same path. Conor Lewis is right in the middle of those extremely tough times. Conor is the founder of Fort, a company that sells magnetic pillow forts for kids. It's a brilliant idea, and that's not just my opinion. Tens of thousands of backers on Kickstarter agreed, and they pledged more than $2 million to see Fort make its way into their living rooms. And yet, despite the buzz and the big raise, Conor is at a crossroads. He is on the cusp of success, but dealing with massive supply chain and logistics challenges that are also impacting companies around the world. Right now is where a company like Conor's can launch into the stratosphere… or not. So on this episode of Up Next in Commerce, I was excited to talk to Conor and hear from him exactly what he's going through, how he's dealing with the challenges of a young CPG company, and where he thinks Fort can get to once he pulls the company through these rough early stages. This was a raw, honest, and interesting conversation that I think so many entrepreneurs and business folks will relate to. I hope you enjoy it!Main Takeaways:Hindsight is 20/20: There are certain areas of your business that you will have a handle on right from the get-go. Other things you will have to learn along the way. One of the things many first-time founders lack is access to a network who can help them, so they fly blind and they learn hard lessons building a network along the way, understanding how and where things could have gone better, and implement those lessons as the company grows.Competitor Adjacent: One hack new product companies can try is to find channels where your competitors are being talked about and try to position your own product there so that your potential customers can see you. But beware: there is actually some danger in which channels you chose - tune in to find out which.Move Past the Negativity: Whether you're winning or struggling, there will be detractors, hard times, and negativity in more ways than you imagine. You have to do what you can to move past these negative people and situations. If it's a customer, serve them in the best way possible (through refunds or replacements of goods) and compartmentalize the problem in a healthy way so that you can manage it, but not let it drag everything you do down.For an in-depth look at this episode, check out the full transcript below. Quotes have been edited for clarity and length.---Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Respond quickly to changing customer needs with flexible Ecommerce connected to marketing, sales, and service. Deliver intelligent commerce experiences your customers can trust, across every channel. Together, we're ready for what's next in commerce. Learn more at salesforce.com/commerce---For a full transcript of this interview, click here.
This episode looks at Luke 2:22, “And when the time came for their purification according to the Law of Moses, they brought him up to Jerusalem to present him to the Lord.” Mary and Joseph bring Jesus to the temple according to God's law, and this sets up responses to Christ in the following passages. May we go to the right places to meet with God, and may we respond rightly to him when he shows up.
Today's message is for the haters. That's right, I am talking about hate and how to be a force for love and possibility. Be prepared to show the haters where they are going wrong. Hating and haters have been around forever. Our job is to continue to stand up and show up for love.
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When we're mocked, insulted, attacked, or mistreated, how do followers of Jesus respond? Someone ridicules you or attacks you on social media. A family member is rude and unkind. A coworker or neighbor mistreats you. This is the stuff of everyday life, and the way of Jesus is incredibly unique in how we disciples respond to this stuff. The entire New Testament is clear that we don't respond in kind. Instead, we actively do good and bless them. In 1 Peter 3:9, the apostle Peter instructs us: "not returning evil for evil or insult for insult, but giving a blessing instead; for you were called for the very purpose that you would inherit a blessing." Want to get more out of your Bible reading? Free Resource: 7 Ways to Immediately Get More Out of the Bible https://www.johnwhittaker.net/seven-ways Support this ministry: Set up a recurring monthly or a one-time donation at the link below. http://worldfamilymissions.org/john-whittaker/ The Listener's Commentary - In-depth teaching through books of the Bible to help you learn the Bible for yourself: https://www.listenerscommentary.com Connect with me: Social Media- connect on facebook and instagram Email - email@example.com If you've been helped by this teaching leave a review and share freely - on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, via email.
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No stranger to crisis, Molly McPherson has seen it all. As a nationally recognized expert on crisis public relations management, she is the go-to person for this. But then she had to deal with her own personal crisis. Navigating her own divorce from a narcissist truly put her skills to the test. In this episode, she gets raw and real about how navigating a narcissist in marriage is similar to navigating a narcissist through a PR crisis. She also talks about about to spot the characteristics of a narcissist who is headed for a PR crisis. Finally, she shares the the PR lessons that work in a business handling a crisis will also work for a person going through a nasty divorce. Anyone who is dealing with any of the debris that life is hurling at them can totally relate to this episode and learn from Molly. More About Molly McPherson Molly McPherson is a nationally recognized expert on crisis public relations management in the age of social media who helps communicators create the right message, at the right time, and deliver it in the right place. Molly is the host of the podcast “Confident Communications” and frequently speaks about communication trends, crisis communications, public relations, and social media crisis response to executives and organizations. Molly is also the author of “Indestructible: Reclaim Control And Respond With Confidence In A Media Crisis”. In her book, Molly shares how to communicate with ease in crucial crisis moments so you can own the conversation. To learn more about Molly, visit https://mandalatreepress.com/molly-mcpherson/ Grab Molly's Book right here: Indestructible - Reclaim Control and Respond with Confidence in a Media Crisis https://amzn.to/3gNH3iu THIS WEEK'S SPONSOR INFORMATION: Soberlink is a comprehensive alcohol monitoring system. Combining a breathalyzer with wireless connectivity, Soberlink automatically documents proof of sobriety in real-time, which gives clients a sense of accomplishment while rebuilding trust with others. Features Adaptive Facial Recognition technology Technology to detect physical tampers Real-time text message reminders and Alerts Customizable scheduling Automated reporting options Get an exclusive $50 off your device by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and mentioning Negotiate Your Best Life Grab your free resource guide RIGHT HERE! ____________________________________________________________________ For more information on REBECCA ZUNG, ESQ. visit her website www.rebeccazung.com and follow her on Instagram: @rebeccazung and YouTube! GRAB YOUR FREE CRUSH MY NEGOTIATION PREP WORKSHEET RIGHT HERE! SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL RIGHT HERE. Grab a copy of Rebecca's book, Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and Win (foreword written by Robert Shapiro). It went straight to being a #1 bestseller the first day it was launched! Find out what everyone is so excited about - get the book RIGHT HERE! To get your copy of Rebecca's bestselling book, Breaking Free: A Step by Step Guide to Achieving Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Freedom, please visit the Amazon website to order it RIGHT HERE.
Communist China recently achieved what should be a “Sputnik” moment – an event that ought to shock every American and spur us to action. The PRC demonstrated the ability to fly into orbit a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile optimized to perform surprise attacks anywhere on the planet and defeat our missile defense capabilities. Wisconsin Representative Mike Gallagher warns that we risk losing a “new Cold War with China” if we fail to change course, notably by ending Americans' current practice of “engaging in joint ventures, [Wall Street and other] investments and research collaborations that involve areas associated with Communist China's Military-Civil Fusion.” The Congressman is right, especially in warning about U.S. dual-use technology transfers to our enemies. He should look into one called “Skolkovo” that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used to enable her donors to sell hypersonic missile-related technology to Russia. This is Frank Gaffney.
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Anger and grief are good human emotions. They have the potential to open up so much for us - individually and collectively. Lead to healing, breaking down barriers, breaking through to better realities. The problem is that most humans weren't taught how to express anger or grief in healthy ways, so it comes out sideways in distorted ways, or it gets stuffed down until we blow up or get sick. Sometimes we are the receiver of that big emotional eruption and other times we are the "unleasher" or "erupter" on someone else. Join me for this Feminine Power Time conversation - Sacred Rage. Holy Grief. - where we explore perspectives and practices around dealing with the kind of rage and grief that comes from people's/our wound, and how to it differently in ways that lead to wholeness. We will explore inquiries like: How do we... Discharge anger & grief? So it doesn't build up inside us and leak out or erupt in distorted ways? Have big emotions like rage and grief about the world, about our reality, about other people's actions or choices, without them consuming us? Using our big emotions to heal ourselves and ignite creative action that inspires? Deal with other peoples misdirected rage and grief? Respond to the things that piss us off, in powerful ways that make the world better vs. adding to the chaos. See below for some of the practices I mention in the podcast. I've been contemplating this topic for weeks and weeks, waiting for the right moment to arise. Today it did. After you listen, share with me one insight you took away that spoke to your heart, or illuminated a wisdom bite for you. (on the Feminine Wisdom Cafe). With heart, Christine **** Resources mentioned: Osho Dynamic Meditation Kriya for Releasing Anger **** SHARE. RATE. REVIEW. If this speaks to you, so appreciate you sharing it with a friend. Then the two of you can conversate about it too. And support each other in taking your big emotions and using them for healing and creating.
Morning Mantra: "Respond with grace, even when others don't."Grace is recognizing that we all stumble, we all are a work in progress. Grace extends forgiveness, patience and understanding to others because we know how much we needed it at times.Grace is loving more and judging less.Grace leaves people better than it found them.#BeAGraceGiver #BeHappy #BeHorsey #BeHippie #HorseHippie #MorningMantra #inspirationalQuotes
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Clay and Vanessa Clark are guests on today's Todd Coconato Show "The Remnant". On today's show, Pastor Todd asked pointed questions to clear up any confusion about the intention and motive behind the ReAwaken America Tour, why Clay has a picture on one of his books that could be misconstrued, and what is really behind that infamous whiteboard that several media outlets have reported on in recent months. You don't want to miss this one. Click video below. If you want to get in touch with Clay, please go to www.TimeToFreeAmerica.com or text him directly at 918-851-0102. If you would like to attend the Dallas or Phoenix ReAwaken America Tour, there are still seats left. You can get tickets by going to www.Thrivetimeshow.com and for a discount, please use the promo-code "Todd". -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Help us fund the operation here: www.ToddCoconato.com/give Get up to the minute news here: www.Remnant.News Download our new app at www.ToddCoconato.com/app Follow Pastor Todd here: www.toddcoconato.com/findme Go to our store for special deals for Remnant Warriors here: https://remnant.news/hanews/deals-for-remnant-warriors/ Pastor Todd's website: www.ToddCoconato.com
This week, as the Frieze art fairs open and the international art world descends on London, we talk about Mark Rothko's late paintings, now on view at Pace's new space in the British capital, with his son Christopher. He also reflects on Rothko's Seagram Mural paintings, which are now back at Tate Britain, close to JMW Turner's works, as Rothko had hoped when he gave them to the Tate. Louisa Buck talks to Heath Lowndes, managing director of the Gallery Climate Coalition (GCC), a charity founded by galleries across the world in response to the climate emergency—the GCC has a booth at the Frieze London fair. And, for this episode's Work of the Week, Ben Luke visits Poussin and the Dance, a show at the National Gallery in London that travels to the Getty Center in Los Angeles next year. There, Francesca Whitlum-Cooper, the show's curator, tells us about Poussin's obsession with the Borghese Dancers, an ancient Roman bas relief now in the Louvre, and how the French artist responded to it in his painting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A Hockey Press Pass bonus series, “Islanders Forecheck” will take the long view of the 2021-22 season of the New York Islanders – one that many experts have predicted will end with a Stanley Cup. In this first edition, Chris Botta and Pat Boyle...- Address the breaking news from TSN's Darren Dreger that Ryan Pulock has signed an 8-year contract extension- Predict the outcome of the team's opening stretch of 13 straight road games- Discuss the key players for the Islanders' start to the season, and the impact of the opening of UBS Arena in Elmont, Long Island- Make their choices for the biggest story of the brief offseason of 2021- Project goal and point totals for some of the Islanders' top forwards- Talk about Jack Eichel, because every hockey podcast must- Respond to your questions about Oliver Wahlstrom, Chara and Greene, and a next contract for Barry Trotz- Make our picks for the Islanders Hall of Fame that hopefully will be built in UBS someday- Share where we feel things currently stand on the Islanders' Optimism MeterHosts: Chris Botta and Pat BoyleExecutive Producer: Dani Rylan KearneyProducer: Pat BoyleSponsor: Main Street Board Game Café – www.mainstboardgamecafe.comStick-Taps: All Islanders media, bloggers, podcasters, and fans, and the Islanders' PR, digital and social media staffs.
As an ER doctor, Jay Baruch has been treating Covid patients since the start of the pandemic. He still sees many patients sick with Covid in his ER - the vast majority unvaccinated. It might seem reasonable for him to share the anger and frustration that many vaccinated Americans feel about the unvaxxed. While Jay wants everyone who is eligible to get the shot, he says judgment does nothing to persuade the hesitant to get the vaccine, and that there is a better way to respond. Jay is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Brown University's Alpert Medical School. He is also a writer. In this episode he discusses his desire for a more open dialogue about vaccination, one that involves listening to people's stories, empathizing with their concerns, and recognizing that all human beings are complicated.
In this episode Lisa shares:Why family relationships are more than geneticsHer experience as an adult learning about her birth familiesHow she chose to respond to new information about her family which shifted her identityAbout Lisa:Lisa Zawrotny is the founder of Positively Productive Systems, host of the Positively Living Podcast, and a Productivity + Organizing Coach certified in time and stress management. She uses simplicity, self-awareness, and systems to help multi passionate creatives boost productivity, balance business and family, and avoid burnout. When she's not sharing the wonders of decluttering and habits, she's playing music, drinking iced coffee, and watching movies with her husband and kiddos, or reading while trapped under a cat.Connect with Lisa:Website positivelyproductive.com Facebook @positivelyproductive Instagram @positively_lisa Twitter @positively_lisaLinkedIn Lisa ZawrotnyListen to Lisa's Positively Productive podcast at positivelyproductive.com/podcast/ Episode Sponsor: Episode sponsored by Heather Murphy's personalized coaching service, Resilience in Your Roots. Get a free workbook, "Release Limiting Beliefs by Understanding Your Family History " to help identify your beliefs, where they come from, and how to choose your beliefs moving forward.
Throughout the years, Walmart has brought the idea of the superstore to life. Its name is ubiquitous, most Americans live within eight miles of a Walmart, and within the store, you can find everything from groceries to automotive services to custom paint production. Seriously, there is very little that you won't find within a Walmart. And, on this episode of Up Next in Commerce, Cynthia Kleinbaum Milner told me about how that competitive edge is something that Walmart wanted to lean into as it evolved into the digital era. Cynthia is the VP of marketing for Walmart Plus, Online Grocery and Mobile App, and part of what she does is help Walmart use the power of its retail presence to engage with customers in an omnichannel way, this includes on mobile, which we touched on a lot in the interview. We also dove into Walmart Plus, and how Cynthia positioned Walmart Plus different from the competition, by getting the deepest understanding of what customers want and why. Plus we got into Cynthia's own journey and how she has developed her skills as a marketer to land at one of the biggest global companies ever. This was such a fun episode, I hope you enjoy it!Main Takeaways:Going Backward To Move Forward: The world changes so rapidly that oftentimes the skills you are using now as the main part of your job will be peripheral or inapplicable in just a few years. Rather than continuing on one path doing only what you know, it might be a better long-term strategy to step back and learn in other emerging areas to make yourself more well-rounded. Even if you have to make a lateral or backward move right now, in the long run you will be a much better and a more skilled worker.The Full Experience, Online and Off: Walmart is more than just a grocery store for those who go to physical locations. Naturally, the online experience had to be more than just one kind of shopping experience as well. Creating an app that makes the entire experience of shopping better, has to be the goal. Whether that means bringing in scan and go features to use in-store, or an endless aisle to shop from online, or building in additional services like financial help and delivery, there has to be more to your app so that you are providing customers with the ideal experience.Making Membership Worth It: Too often, brands have membership programs that have one or two benefits that customers use every once in a while at best. But if you're going to have a membership model, you want to make it worthwhile for customers and the business. There should be services that you can't access otherwise, you should be adding value to your customers' lives, and you should always be striving to add features and services that save time and money for your customers, which will make them want to use your app and come to your store even more.For an in-depth look at this episode, check out the full transcript below. Quotes have been edited for clarity and length.---Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Respond quickly to changing customer needs with flexible Ecommerce connected to marketing, sales, and service. Deliver intelligent commerce experiences your customers can trust, across every channel. Together, we're ready for what's next in commerce. Learn more at salesforce.com/commerce---For a full transcript of this interview, click here.
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In October 2021 sightings networks in Puget Sound such as Orca Network, have been buzzing with the bizarre sighting of a lone Beluga whale far from his or her family in Arctic homewaters. The whale has dazzled whale watchers on boats and from home viewing live helicopter footage from a news station. The beluga's brilliant … Continue reading "Scientists Respond to the Lone Beluga in Puget Sound" The post Scientists Respond to the Lone Beluga in Puget Sound appeared first on Whale Scout.
On this week's episode of Choose to Become, we are talking about the importance of consciously responding to negative people and situations instead of reacting with old, regurgitated (not so cute!) reactions. I will give you my top three tips to help you be more mindful about your responses in difficult situations. When we can think before we speak or act, we can save ourselves regret and save relationships. Please be sure to leave me a review if you enjoyed this episode and share it with your people! Thanks so much for the support!! For more content like this, check out my blog: https://www.lindseycacy.com/blog Social media links: IG: https://www.instagram.com/lindseycacy_/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindseycacy My book, Choose to Become: https://www.lindseycacy.com/ctb-book
When the disciples were faced with a cliffhanger after Jesus’ death, they gave us a great example to follow. Check out Tom’s devotion for today and the three points he uses to overcome cliffhangers in his life. Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this devotional in the comments below. If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when we meet, visit http://newlife.church. Or you can fill out a digital connection card at http://newlife.church/connect - we would love to get to know you better! For more information on discipleship, the three chairs and more, check out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSWzhI42AzxtK4MIZtDWX97tTi1f75JPj
In this episode, Julie and Cherie welcome their friend Karyn Humphries to the show. Karyn is wise in all things emotional intelligence and loves talking about Christian meditation.cherie's meditation favorites 1. The Daily Still podcast with Cindy Helton2. the Bible3. Prayerjulie's meditation favorites 1. The Abide app2. Meditate on Scripture3. The Peloton app | favorites include Cody Rigsby 5 min. Sleep Meditation from 3/16/21 and Chelsea Jackson Roberts 5 Minute Happiness Meditation from 7/12/21 karyn's meditation favorites 1. The Healthy Minds App2. Lectio Divina: Christian Meditation which means divine or sacred reading.Step 1: Begin by choosing a verse of Scripture no more than 6 or 8 verses long.Step 2: Read the passage and look for a word or phrase that stands out to you.Step 3: Read it a second time and Reflect on how your life is touched or connected to the passage.Step 4: Read it a third time and Respond to God in prayer.Step 5: Read it a fourth time and Rest with God in it.Step 6: Finally, you Resolve or chose to live out the word you experienced with God.3. The Daily Still podcast with Cindy Heltonother things we mentioned:How to Meditate on ScriptureFirst 15 Devotion on Meditation21 Bible Verses to Meditate Oncherie's fun fact ✅American Airlines now offers passengers the Calm Meditation app inflight to help reduce stress.karyn's questionable opinion
Have you ever found yourself in a leadership situation where you were leading a group to accomplish a task, but balls were being dropped, people were not completing their work in the way that you wanted, and it was driving you crazy? Maybe you started to feel like you needed to do it all yourself because this mission was too important for things to be messed up. Can you relate? Maybe you've been in a situation where you look around at other leaders and they are hitting their goals and you start thinking, “why can't I seem to get where they are? “why didn't I get that promotion”, or “how is her business growing faster than mine?” It's likely you have felt either one of these things, and today's guest Shannon Popkin is going to reveal to us two major challenges that can destroy or negatively impact our leadership: comparison and control. She is going to share with us what we can do to reverse these issues and respond differently to these challenges. For the full show notes for this episode, visit estherlittlefield.com/episode173. Episode Sponsor: Confident Conversations is a mini-course designed to help you initiate and lead hard conversations as a Christian woman… even if you struggle with confrontation, aren't sure what to say, and want to avoid hurting people in the process. Find out more and grab this mini-course here: http://confidentconversations.co/
How new parents shop for their babies is unlike how anyone shops for anything else. I know, I've been there. You're anxious, you're thinking about all the things your baby will need, but you're also thinking in stages of what you'll need three months from now when your baby is in a completely different stage of development. It's overwhelming and the brands in the baby market are mostly just selling products, and not selling how to have a better experience as a parent. Lalo is one of the unique brands that is putting the parent's experience first, and that strategy has helped the company quickly grow into a favorite brand among moms and dads everywhere.On this episode of Up Next in Commerce, I chatted with Michael Wieder, the co-founder of Lalo, about what it was like to create a new kind of shopping experience for parents, and how a little bit of light stalking went a long way to help Lalo figure out exactly what parents want and need. We talked about what it takes to bring a product to market with organic and authentic connections with influencers and consumers alike, and we got deep in the weeds of what strategies Lalo used to communicate with current and potential customers in order to improve not just the products, but the entire experience of buying products for your kids. Plus, we talked a bit about how Lalo has approached fundraising, which is a little bit controversial these days. Enjoy the episode!Main Takeaways:Influencers Are People, Not A Marketing Channel: You have to tap into an influencer's psychology and why they would actually love a brand, rather than paying them to market your product just because they are popular. Reach out to people who you know you can connect with, and ship them product to help them fall in love with the product first, then partner with you later. Not only does that form more authentic relationships, it saves you from wasting product and time on potential influencer relationships that won't work.Keep it 100: How you communicate with customers should be all about keeping it real. Think about how you would want to be communicated with, and treat your customers in that same way. And in order to deliver the right messages that also lead to actual sales, you have to focus on a few key pillars: technical, functional and emotional benefit.Get on My Level: Hiring the right people is the biggest challenge to growth. Not everyone will care as much as a founder, but you need to find people who do truly care and buy into the mission of the company and will fight to help it become better. You can also tap into the people who love your brand most to bring them on as advisors. For an in-depth look at this episode, check out the full transcript here: https://bit.ly/3zTMJOt---Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Respond quickly to changing customer needs with flexible Ecommerce connected to marketing, sales, and service. Deliver intelligent commerce experiences your customers can trust, across every channel. Together, we're ready for what's next in commerce. Learn more at salesforce.com/commerce---For a full transcript of this interview, click here.
Recent events have given the term “corporate crisis” a whole new meaning. From cyberattacks and pandemic disruptions to political divisions and tweets that go viral, companies are being challenged in ways they never have before. How should they respond in a fast-moving crisis? How can they identify risks and mitigate them? And who should execute their strategy? Our latest episode of The Sidley Podcast grapples with those questions and many others. Join host and Sidley partner, Sam Gandhi, as he speaks with two of the firm's thought leaders on crisis management and corporate risk — Yvette Ostolaza and Raymond Bonner. Yvette is chair-elect of Sidley's Management Committee. She is also a member of the firm's Executive Committee and global co-leader of its Litigation practice. Ray founded the firm's Food, Drug, and Medical Compliance and Enforcement practice. He is lead counsel for the firm's Risk Management and Critical Matters team and a member of the firm's Executive Committee. Executive Producer: John Metaxas, WallStreetNorth Communications, Inc.
The up and coming generation is a source of confusion and controversy. Are Christians among Generation Z missions-minded? And if they are, do they have what it takes? We ask Tanner and Amber Callison, mobilizers with the Traveling Team. Love the show? Want to help more people think and go? Support this podcast. Want to ask a question or suggest a topic? Email us. The Missions Podcast is sponsored by ABWE's Global Gospel Fund.
Le Batard and the crew debate who the NFL Super Bowl contenders are, which leads us all to text Mina Kimes at the same time. Also, Jemele Hill joins us to discuss Sage Steele's recent controversial comments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices