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DeviceTalks by MassDevice
Can Pristine Surgical's single-use scopes, subscription model disrupt the rigid endoscope market?

DeviceTalks by MassDevice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 62:31


Pristine Surgical CEO Bryan Lord spent his career advising and investing in medical device companies, so he didn't immediately see how a “conspicuous outsider” like himself would be the right person to serve as CEO of start-up Pristine Surgical. But he immediately recognized the satisfaction in leading the company's work to create first-of-its-kind 4K single-use surgical arthroscope designed for arthroscopic procedures. After securing 510(k) notification from the FDA, Pristine Surgical is ready to compete in the rigid endoscope market serving orthopedics and general surgery. Lord explains how Pristine can lower costs and improve efficiencies with the new tech and sales model. He also explains how Pristine expects to compete in the much larger flexible endoscope market. Chris Newmarker, executive editor of MassDevice, returns with his Newmarker's Newsmakers featuring Verily, Medtronic, Sterigenics, CardiacSense, Masimo, and Philips. Our DeviceTalks Weekly Fastball returns with a pitch from FluidIQ. And to hear the entire interview with Steve Oesterle, go here. https://www.devicetalks.com/can-moon-surgical-fill-critical-role-in-the-or-analyst-matsons-take-on-jj-medtronic-and-more/ Thank you for listening to DeviceTalks Weekly. You can subscribe to the podcast on any major podcast application.

Divorce Coaches Academy
Analysis Paralysis, Perfectionism, and the Pitfalls of Overthinking

Divorce Coaches Academy

Play Episode Play 33 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 25:12


We're thinking (not overthinking) about our upcoming book club on Jan 25 and our read this month is "Soundtracks" by Jon Acuff. The author tells us that "when we don't control our thoughts, our thoughts control us. If our days are full of broken soundtracks, thoughts are our worst enemy, holding us back from the things we really want. But the solution to overthinking isn't to stop thinking. The solution is running our brains with better soundtracks."And that got us talking about how we see both coaches and clients get stuck in the trap of overthinking.  The consequence when we overthink is that it makes us feel stuck, and when we feel stuck, we don't take action. We linger and feel worse.Some of the causes of overthinking for both coaches and clients are:Rigid thinking: all or nothing, black or white, succeed or failPerfectionism: the desire to control the outcome, being risk aversePeople pleasing: too much input creates confusion and overwhelmLack of confidence: don't trust ourselves to make the right choiceDecision fatigue: overwhelmed by the number of decisions that need to be madeIf overthinking is keeping you or your clients stuck, here are some of the tips we talked about:1. Recognize that you're not taking action and be self-aware that you're stuck2. Give yourself permission to have a growth mindset, to be imperfect3. Limit forecasting too far in the future, just take the next right step4. Assume you might do it wrong because it's your f'ing first timeAnd a few reflection questions to dig deeper:Q1: What is the cost if I continue to delay making this decision?Q2: What's the worst thing that could happen if this choice turns out not to be the right choice for me in the future?Q3: What am I afraid of?Put words to your fears and reality test what's really getting in your way. Then you'll be on your way to changing your overthinking from a super problem into a superpower. You can learn more about DCA™ or find out about any of the classes or events mentioned in this episode at the links below:Website: www.divorcecoachesacademy.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/divorcecoachesacademyLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/divorce-coaches-academyEmail: DCA@divorcecoachesacademy.com

Living by Design
139 // [Mental Wellness Monday] Breaking Free From the Rigid, Stressful, Scarcity of Self Growth & Making Your Self Love & Self Confidence Journey More Fun, Flexible, and Exciting

Living by Design

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 16:59


✨ENTER THE 50K GIVEAWAY TO WIN AN AMAZON GIFT CARD ✨ CONNECT // Join our FB Community Connect on IG SUPPORT THE PODCAST // Buy Dev a Coffee COACHING // Save your spot in the next round of BLOOM (early bird 20% off until 1/16) Email Dev about 12 Weeks of 1:1 Coaching Book a 60 Minute Confidence Coaching Call THERAPY // Learn more about therapy with Devoney! ABOUT // Devoney is a therapist, life coach and hosts the Free & Well Podcast. She is obsessed with empowering & equipping women with simple, practical psychology AND spirituality based tools to heal their relationship with themselves & start feeling radically confident! She's here to help you stop second guessing yourself, stop comparing yourself, start being kinder to yourself, setting boundaries & feeling confident AF. DISCLAIMERS // Recommendations shared in this episode are based on my own personal opinion. No content provided by Free & Well and/or on this show is a substitute for medical or mental health treatment. It is all purely for educational purposes and is not a replacement for medical, legal, or mental health advice. Please call 911 if you are in an emergency, the Access & Crisis Line if you are in a crisis at 888-724-7240 or contact a licensed mental health provider for mental health support. See full disclaimer here. www.devoneytaylor.com/disclaimer

Good Morning From The Chicken Coop!

We are ALL rigid at points in our life. The key is knowing if it serves you.

The Creative Businessmen
Life in the Writer's Room | Dumbest Guy in the Room with Tom Simmons Ep 3

The Creative Businessmen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 42:19


Eric tastes punchlines, Tom likes meatloaf, and Seth loves brunch. Tom talks about being in the writing room for The Ms. Pat Show. The masterpieces, the duds, and the dick jokes. Do you see jokes in shapes and colors? Are they creamy? Toasty? Rigid? Are you getting excited? GET A ROOM!

The Barbell Lifestyle Podcast
#105 - Getting Away From Macros with Laurin Conlin

The Barbell Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 54:17


Christina & Marissa sit down with Laurin Conlin, fitness coach, owner of Team LoCo Fit, and advocate for intuitive eating! They discuss rigid vs. flexible restraint, balancing structure & flexibility, and how to create a path for intuitive eating. (0:00) - Intro (2:15) - Laurin's Background & Journey (7:17) - Macro Tracking As A Tool (9:00) - Rigid vs. Flexible Restraint (14:50) - When You Can Be More Flexible (19:37) - Don't Go In Blind! (25:30) - Intuitive Eating is Hard WORK (38:08) - Balancing Structure & Flexibility (42:19) - The Path To Intuitive Eating (51:00) - What is Your Best Advice for Living a Healthy Lifestyle? Want to reach out to Laurin? Instagram: @laurinconlin / @teamlocofit Website: teamlocofit.com Follow us on Instagram: @barbelllifestylepocast Hosted by: @marissaroyfitness & @christilynnfit Producer: @shane_spellman

No Silly Questions- An Education Podcast for Parents
What is the difference between a child with rigid routines or rituals and true obsessive compulsive disorder? with Dr. Rebecca Berry

No Silly Questions- An Education Podcast for Parents

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 49:38


When we were kids, we would often play a game where we tried not to step on the cracks in the sidewalk. Necks crooked down, eyes laser focused on the ground, we hopped around as we sang- and some of us believed-: “Step on the crack, break your mama's back!” And then there were the 10-step bedtime routines: “I won't go to bed unless you read me a bedtime story, tuck in every one of my stuffed animals, give me three kisses on the cheek. Check the closet for the boogy man. So on and so forth.”But where is the line between play and compulsion? Between routine and obsession?On today's episode, we are privileged to welcome esteemed clinician Dr. Rebecca Berry to talk all about obsessive compulsive disorder in childhood, its diagnosis, its treatments, and how it compares to typical childhood behaviors.More on Dr. Rebecca Berry:Rebecca Rialon Berry, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders , Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and related conditions. She has intensive training and certification in cognitive-behavior therapy, exposure and response prevention, habit reversal training, and behavioral parent training.Dr. Berry currently has a specialty private practice in midtown Manhattan and Westchester, NY, where she works extensively with children, adolescents, and adults. She is an affiliate Clinical Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. During her time at NYU Langone Health, Dr. Berry coordinated the Intensive Anxiety and OCD treatment program, and co-founded and directed the Tics, Tourette's Disorder, and Trichotillomania Program. Before joining the faculty at NYU, Dr. Berry served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, where she helped establish the Early Life Stress and Pediatric Anxiety and OCD Program.  Resources:Www.nosillyquestionspodcast.comhttps://www.instagram.com/nosillyquestionspodcast/

Longbox Heroes
Longbox Heroes episode 634: A Rigid Form

Longbox Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 99:41


After 20 plus years, how many ashes does Mark Grunwald's family have left? Plus, the last chance to get the introductory price on DC Universe Infinite Ultra, now with Vertigo! What we read last week, what we're looking forward to this week, the finals for the Spidey side of the Silver Standard is set, we've […] The post Longbox Heroes episode 634: A Rigid Form appeared first on Longbox Heroes.

Polaris RideReady Podcast
Make it your own! Accessorizing Your Polaris RANGER

Polaris RideReady Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 33:07


For over two decades the Polaris RANGER has served everyone from farmers and ranchers to homeowners and trail riders alike. Matt Anderson, who is the Sr. Product Leader for Ranger joins the podcast to educate us on everything that's available for the RANGER to make getting work done even easier! Follow the links below to learn more about Polaris Rangers, their accessories, and how to install them!Polaris RANGER Vehicle Configuratorhttps://ranger.polaris.com/en-us/build-model/   Polaris Off-Road YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/user/PolarisORV   Polaris RANGER Help Centerhttps://ranger.polaris.com/en-us/self-help/   If you have a question or an idea for a future episode, use this link to send it to us.https://www.polaris.com/en-us/self-help/suggest-help-article/  Rigid® is a trademark of JST Performance, LLC d/b/a Rigid Industries, LLCRhino-Rack®  is a registered trademark of Rhino Rack Australia Pty LimitedRockford Fosgate® is a registered trademark of Rockford CorporationYouTube® is a registered trademark of Google LLCUnless noted, trademarks are the property of Polaris Industries Inc© 2022 Polaris Industries Inc.

The Business of You with Rachel Gogos
Episode 53 | Doing Business with Your Heart, Not Your Head with Mike Gardon

The Business of You with Rachel Gogos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 41:36


Mike Gardon was a hardworking type-A professional trader and entrepreneur. But he found real fulfillment when he stopped making decisions with his head and began making them with his heart. Now, he's joining us for a frank conversation on the power of teaching our kids entrepreneurship, the importance of work-life balance, and how to live a life you're proud of. Mike Gardon is the founder of multiple successful businesses, an investor, a Digital Media Executive, and most importantly - a husband and father. He is currently the CEO of Rejoin Media, a holding company for digital brands and businesses. He is also the Executive Editor and Host of the acclaimed Careercloud Radio podcast. Mike is an advocate for remote work and intentional work-life integration. He runs his teams remotely from the beautiful (and affordable!) Midwest, where he resides with his wife and three young boys. You can read Mike's writing and media mentions on investing, startups, life and work across the internet on these sites: The Simple Dollar, Reviews.com, The Huffington Post, Forbes, Business Insider, Yahoo News, GoBankingRates, Ask Men, Cosmopolitan, Discover Financial, The Penny Hoarder and Good Financial Cents. Design your dream life Things seemed like they were progressing in Mike's life. He was a young futures trader in Chicago taking risks and learning a lot. But he describes his time in trading as mediocre - because his heart wasn't in it.  When he read The Art of Learning by Josh Waitzkin, he had a powerful realization that sometimes you have to take steps backward in order to propel yourself forward. Abandoning his expectations for a linear career path, Mike quit his trading job the very next day and got his MBA, beginning a career in content marketing. He eventually founded ReJoin Media to grow digital brands in a conscious and thoughtful way. He also hosts the Careercloud podcast, created to help listeners design the dream life and career of their choosing. Early in his career Mike looked around him and didn't feel aligned with the expectations of corporate America. Rigid and unforgiving, these positions often demanded a workaholic attitude and a neglect of the day-to-day activities of family life. He decided to envision a life he could be proud of and tailor his career to fit his personal goals. More and more entrepreneurs are choosing their career steps to complement an integration with work and life - and this trend is not going anywhere! Mike Gardon built multiple successful businesses around the importance of being present for his wife and his three sons. The best ideas are inspired In addition to his work in digital marketing and investing, Mike Gardon also founded Quotebook, a keepsake journal created out of a desire to preserve his own family's memories.  Early in his marriage to his wife Stephanie, Mike realized the importance of showing up. Stephanie attended Medical School and did her Residency while Mike's career was taking off - leaving them exhausted and disconnected. They were collapsed on the couch after a long day when Stephanie blurted out something funny about the cheese balls they were snacking on. After Mike rushed to write it down, he conceived of the idea to write down the moments that matter.  Now parents of three young boys, Mike and Dr. Stephanie Gardon write down the hilarious things their sons say, reading them aloud at bedtime. It helps them bond over the humor of everyday life. The boys even learn the power of entrepreneurship through helping Mike fulfill orders for Quotebook - mastering lessons about money, marketing, customer service and follow-through. The Gardons also donate part of the proceeds of Quotebook to fight the opioid crisis, giving opportunities for essential and life-saving services to those who need them. The Quotebook journal is tailor-made to help other families remain close even when life gets rushed. When discussing Quotebook, Mike Gardon reminds us that the best business ideas connect us to our humanity! Everything Mike does, he does with heart. After listening to this episode, you'll be inspired to design a life you're proud of! Quotes “I'm big on figuring out what type of life you want, and then figuring out how to build that.” “I say ‘work life', instead of ‘career', because I think our work and our lives are really integrated.” “I had to find what I didn't want, and build a company that gave us flexibility and ease to be parents, husbands and wives, instead of our goal being to grow-grow-grow all the time.” “I always have this battle between being aspirational and shooting for the moon, and finding balance. At the end of the day, what our people are after is flexibility and opportunity. If I can provide that, I'm pretty happy!” “I've stopped being hyper-rational and thinking about the numbers. This doesn't come naturally to me; I've worked with a coach on it. As I've led with the feeling, it's led me in a good direction.” “Quotebook was born out of something deeply personal. Before my wife and I were married, I was trading and she was in medical school. We came home and we were so tired. We could just collapse on the couch and inevitably someone would say something funny. Now, we read these funny things and get transported back to that moment. Now we have kids, three young boys, and they say funny things. We even read from it at bedtime.” “I used Quotebook to teach my kids about entrepreneurship. You have to risk something, talk to people, get feedback and understand how people will use it. It's been this cool mentorship path with my kids.” “The funny moments are what we look back on and remember.” “I don't want [my kids] to think about how to be a success. I want them to think about, ‘how can I enjoy my life?'” “Big decisions like what to do with your life - I don't think you can just think your way through that.” Links mentioned in this episode: Visit Mike Gardon's personal website at https://www.michaelgardon.com  Listen to Mike as he hosts the Careercloud radio podcast on their website: https://www.careercloud.com/careercloud-radio  Contact ReJoin Media at https://www.rejoinmedia.com/  Learn more about the Quotebook journal on the website: https://quotebookjournal.com/  Connect with Mike Gardon on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelgardon/

MI-15 Inspiration w/Pastor Jackie Buycks
Changing Rigid Personalities - Luke 5:33-39

MI-15 Inspiration w/Pastor Jackie Buycks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 22:53


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The Pursuit of Authenticity
Episode 45: Filling Your Inner Child with Bliss with Courtney Bishop

The Pursuit of Authenticity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 13:56


In a culture hyper-focused on productivity, performance, and pressure to excel, play can be seen as a waste of time. Why would you waste your precious time and energy goofing off when you could be striving towards your goals? As children, play is something that comes natural to you. You aren't taught to do it, it's just something you do! As you come of age, you're sent to school, work, maybe to college, and are taught to be a productive and responsible member of society. Play becomes a thing of the past. Overtime, agitation and stress begin to build up. You feel spread thin, like you can't keep up with your never ending to-do list, leaving you rushed, bitter, and with no time to do what you actually love! Tune into this episode to remember what it means to play, something you were born to do! TIMESTAMPS: (00:00) Podcast Intro (00:36) Episode Intro (01:14) The Reason You Feel Spread Thin (02:39) You were born to Play (03:25) Remembering the Magic in the Mundane: The Curious, Flexible, & Expansive Self (06:18) The Pressure that Keeps you from Playing: The Rushing, Rigid, & Limiting Self (07:18) Learning to let go, flow, and follow your bliss (09:27) What does it take to perform at your highest potential? (11:12) How can you flow with the music, the dance of life, and let your inner child shine? (12:44) Follow along on Instagram, apply for coaching, and sign up for Monday Minutes! RESOURCES: https://neuroscience.stanford.edu/news/opposite-play-not-work-it-depression https://www.evolvemoveplay.com/why-play/ https://www.nifplay.org/what-is-play/biological-drive-to-play/ https://www.nifplay.org/play-science/summary-of-key-findings/ Episode 25: Pioneering Your Play Through Play with Kellen Milad: https://open.spotify.com/episode/16aPJPxdDI57wPiRRvOIqo?si=Ws-o8FSHQWO0qOcyMCvlGw CONNECT WITH POA: Instagram - www.instagram.com/thepursuitofauthenticity_ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/POAStrengthandWellness Apply for coaching - https://poastrengthandwellness.com/apply-for-uyp-now Sign up for Monday Minutes - https://poastrengthandwellness.com/join-the-poa-email-list Support the podcast: https://ko-fi.com/poaco

The Sales Leader Network
Ep. 53 [Marketing] - Are missing out on major parts of the market by having such a rigid sales process?

The Sales Leader Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 1:42


In this episode of the SellingSaas podcast, Duane talks about how buyer perception is a hard thing to overcome and they are measuring you right from the beginning. And, are we as a GTM team agile enough in our funnel to meet the buyer where they're at?EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:  0:40 - being quick to respond to support and help makes a huge difference with customer perception  1:15 - every buyer has their own process, and we need to be agile to capture more of the marketIf you get value from this episode, be sure to subscribe and share the episode with your friends, as we all can benefit from more positivity and leadership in today's society.Go to www.SellingSaaspodcast.com to get episodes sent directly to your inbox and get the weekly newsletter.

Being Human
Episode 100: Misconceptions about Men's Emotions, w/ Dr. Bryan Violette

Being Human

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 51:46


Welcome to Episode 100 of the Being Human Podcast: Misconceptions about Men's Emotions, w/ Dr. Bryan Violette In this milestone episode, Dr. Greg and Dr. Bryan dive into discussion about men's emotional lives, giving listeners a peek into the male psyche while sharing their observations on what it means to be an emotionally healthy man.  Discussed in this episode:   Is the reluctance by men to talk about mental health issues, relationships, and emotional issues fear-based or constitutive to being a man? The role of one's emotions and the danger of repressing them;  Refuting the erroneous belief that it is not “a man's job” to discuss emotions;  The act of courage required of men to share honestly and vulnerably with other men; The ramifications of having an emotionally-distant father, especially upon sons; Anger as the emotion men feel most comfortable with;  How St. Joseph learned receptivity and trust in God from Mary's example; Rigid gender roles and distortions of masculinity;  The need for men to grow in the gifts of the feminine genius after establishing the masculine gifts;  The importance of entering into areas of incompetence out of love for the other. Resources mentioned or relevant: The Catholic Gentleman Podcast (episode featuring Dr. Greg);  Homily of Pope Benedict XVI, Christmas 2006;  The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill (podcast docuseries); Emotional Pornography blog article;  On the Masculine Genius article in Humanum; Learn about IDDM (Mentorship) and how it can help you; Schedule a free 15-minute consultation call with our staff to discuss your situation and how we can support you! Learn more about our new Certification; Sign up for Being Human, our weekly newsletter, to stay up to date on exciting developments at CatholicPsych; Download The Integrated App for access to free audio exercises, the Catholic Mindfulness Virtual Retreat, courses, prayer resources, and more; Become a member of the Integrated Life Community to get access to every course Dr. Greg has created; Visit our website to read the CatholicPsych blog, shop in the CatholicPsych bookshop, or discover other resources we have available.   Contact us! Have a topic or a question you would like Dr. Greg to address on the podcast? Want to give some feedback about this episode? Email us at beinghuman@catholicpsych.com - we would love to hear from you!   Rate, review, and subscribe Please help us in our mission to integrate the Faith with Psychology by hitting subscribe and also sharing this podcast with your friends. Please consider rating or leaving a review of our show. It helps us reach other Catholics just like you who want to become more integrated, whole, and happy human beings. For Apple podcasts, click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate 5 stars, and choose “write a review.” Then type your sincere thoughts about the show! If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any episodes. Subscribe to the podcast now!

Heal The Hurt
What Causes Perfectionism And How To Get Over It

Heal The Hurt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 32:39


What causes Perfectionism and how to stop it. Perfectionism is created by a childhood environment where the person experienced that there perfect imperfections were not welcomed, permitted or accepted by there caregivers. This is most often done in one or all of the following three ways. 1- Rigid, strict, demanding and overly unrealistic and high parental expectations 2- Shaming, critical and directly or indirectly abusive parenting 3- Too much praise or being spoiled. The golden child

The Stronger By Science Podcast
Misapplications of Popular Weight Loss Advice, and Identifying the “Healthiest” Diet

The Stronger By Science Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 163:12 Very Popular


After Eric's first earthquake experience, today's episode begins with a brief discussion of natural disasters. That's followed by Greg's segment, which covers popular weight loss advice that may do more harm than good. While most of the ideas that catch on and get popular originate with bodybuilders and physique athletes, they are often misapplied when generalized to other populations (that is, most people). Finally, Eric presents a segment that addresses a very common question: what is the healthiest diet? This yields a discussion about evidence-based guidelines for structuring a diet that supports general health, wellbeing, and longevity, while addressing some common misconceptions along the way. SUPPORT THE PODCASTJoin the Research Spotlight newsletter: Get a two-minute breakdown of one recent study every Wednesday. Our newsletter is the easiest way to stay up to date with the latest exercise and nutrition science.MacroFactorIf you want to learn more about our MacroFactor diet app, check it out  here.To join in on the MacroFactor conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.CoachingGet personalized training and nutrition plans from our expect coaches: Learn more hereMASS Research ReviewSubscribe to the MASS Research Review to get concise and applicable breakdowns of the latest strength, physique, and nutrition research – delivered monthly.SponsorsBulkSupplements: Next time you stock up on supplements from BulkSupplements.com, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order.Sports Nutrition Association: Learn more or become a member of SNA. The Sports Nutrition Association is dedicated to ensuring the sustainable prosperity of the Sports Nutrition Profession, and they offer a unique pathway to robust insurance coverage for your sports nutrition business. TIME STAMPSIntro/Announcements (0:00)Natural disasters (1:37)How to support the show (17:03)Popular weight loss advice that may do more harm than good (21:16)Characteristics of an effective long-term weight loss diet (29:56)Rigid macro counting (31:07)https://www.strongerbyscience.com/goal-setting/https://macrofactorapp.com/cheat-meals/Really high protein targets (50:08)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6GRoE7SYmIEat bland foods (59:33)https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15930436/Focus on outcome (1:11:25)https://www.strongerbyscience.com/goal-setting/Summary and conclusions (1:23:14)What is the healthiest diet? (1:35:35)Major health issues that are impacted by dietary habits (1:45:14)The purpose and value of broad dietary guidelines (1:51:12)2015 Healthy Diet Indicator criteria (1:54:29)https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30364851/2020 Healthy Diet Indicator criteria (1:57:46)https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33344879/General overview of healthy dietary pattern characteristics (2:04:03)“Named” diets that meet many of the Healthy Diet Indicator criteria (2:15:11)https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/education/dash-eating-planhttps://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/a-practical-guide-to-the-mediterranean-diet-2019032116194Popular perspectives that are unsupported by evidence (2:21:11)Summary and conclusions (2:27:09)

Progressive Rehab & Strength
#18 - Barbell Training Adaptability: How To Avoid The Biggest Pitfalls Of A Rigid Approach To Training

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 36:21


Learn more about our online course, Barbell Coaching & Movement Optimization, and if it's right for you by visiting progressiverehabandstrength.com/bcmo   Enrollment runs from 11/8/2022 through 11/17/2022 and space is limited.   Many barbell athletes experience aches and pains during their training even when they feel like they're doing everything right. Unfortunately, despite their best efforts or adherence to a specific template program or movement model, they can be left feeling less than ideal and struggling to push through discomfort or pain.    Whether you are a barbell or powerlifting coach working with athletes, a physical therapist or chiropractor rehabbing injured powerlifters through the athlete recovery process, or the person experiencing this, it can be very frustrating for everyone involved.    Don't get us wrong, training should be challenging and require you to push the limits from time to time.   At PRS, we have helped countless athletes dealing with injuries, and there always seems to be very distinct trends:   They are following a generic template program incorrectly, that does not accommodate for fatigue, is chronically at too high of an intensity, or is not tailored enough to match their individual capabilities.  They try to subscribe to and replicate a movement model they read in a book, watched on youtube, or are trying to emulate their favorite athlete's technique without considering their own attributes.    It's crucial to understand that each of us are different. From our anthropometry, chronological and training age, injury history, time constraints, life stressors, ability to recover, and so much more.    All of these details provide the distinction between coaching a movement and coaching the person and must be considered when implementing a program and performing the barbell lifts.    So rather than forcing a rigid movement model or programming template on an individual, it's best to evolve each of these based on their individuality.    It's easy to fall victim to the “BEST” way to lift, coach, or program, especially with all the advice and programs on the internet. However, in this episode, PRS Clinical Coaches, Dr. Rori Alter, PT, PRSCC, SSC and Dr. Alyssa Haveson, PT, PRSCC, CSCS provide insight into how they have evolved a systematic movement model and program that adapts to every individual and discuss specific cases.   Episode Resources:   Barbell Movement Masterclass (sign up for free) >> https://bit.ly/3DR7KPe  The PRS Lifting Manual >> https://bit.ly/3CDDs0p  The Sustainable Training Builder >> https://bit.ly/3zgMtux    Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery    Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59    Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: podcast@progressiverehabandstrength.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs

Cracker Classics
#133 - A Rigid Milk Pyramid

Cracker Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 31:05


The movie: A Hard Day's Night (1965) Joshua and Ian throw on their mop-top wigs and scream at The Beatles, giving them a glimpse at what life was like on speed in the mid '60s.

She Vs World || Business, Career, and Relationships for Modern Women
‘Be Rigid, Yet Flexible' - An Entrepreneurial Journey into Motherhood with Pilates Expert Alyssa Sparks

She Vs World || Business, Career, and Relationships for Modern Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 61:18


Pilates expert, holistic nutritionist, retired professional dancer, super mom - just a few titles our guest Alyssa Sparks gracefully wears. Today's guest Alyssa brings her perspective on: Creating and building a fitness business from scratch, How she's found success in the fitness industry on her own terms, Her business and life transition through pregnancy and motherhood, The role mentorship played in her career transition; and How she has experienced entrepreneurship, business ownership, and family as a new mother. Connect with Alyssa on Instagram // For more information: http://alyssasparkswellness.com/ Let's connect on Instagram: @Danielle.Stead For more details about custom legal agreements for your business OR to book a 1:1 Business Strategy Session with me visit: www.DanielleSteadBlanton.com Support this podcast: anchor.fm/danielle612 ____ Shine by LiQWYD | https://www.liqwydmusic.com || Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com || Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License || https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/danielle612/support

A Voice In The Darkness
Resilient or Rigid?

A Voice In The Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 27:58


Challenging times are inevitable but through it all we can choose to be resilient. Recovering quickly after a hardship or setback is REAL. It's a CHOICE. We can yield to a process or choose to be hardened. Join me as I discuss some keys to having a resilient life. #AVoiceInTheDarknessLLC

Real House Wives of the Kingdom
#53- What does the Bible say about the Sabbath? How can we apply it to our lives today without it becoming a rigid set of rules? What does Jesus say about the Sabbath? With your Host- Caroline Rogers

Real House Wives of the Kingdom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 25:22


Do you keep the Sabbath? Since the Old Testament or old Covenant was fulfilled through Jesus then why do people still celebrate Sabbath? How can we celebrate it without turning it into another burden of the law? What about all of the festivals that God commanded the Israelites to celebrate? God has been talking with me a lot about Sabbath or taking a Sabbatical. On todays episode I dive into both the Old and New Testament and what it says about the Sabbath as well as how I'm honoring God by applying it in my own life. I hope you will be encouraged to take the opportunity to trust God with your work and ministries and create rhythms of rest and celebration in your life! You can find the show notes on my website along with all the links to what was talked about in the show: marriedrogersneighborhood.com You can sign up HERE for a free preview and to enroll in our online Pre Marital Guidance course Follow and interact with Caroline on social platforms at: Instagram: @marriedrogersneighborhood Facebook: @marriedrogersneighborhood Twitter: @marriedrogers Clubhouse: @marriedrogers YouTube Channel: Married Rogers Neighborhood You can subscribe to receive and email newsletter keeping you informed of coming content. (We promise not to spam you) Podcast Music Composed and performed by Jamie Miller If you would like more information on Jamie's Song Writing and performing services you can ask Caroline on any of the above platforms listed for her official contact info. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/support

Nature Podcast
Flies can move their rigid, omnidirectional eyes – a little

Nature Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 30:13 Very Popular


00:46 How flies can move their eyes (a little)It's long been assumed flies' eyes don't move, and so to alter their gaze they need to move their heads. Now, researchers have shown that this isn't quite true and that fruit flies can actually move their retinas using a specific set of muscles, which may allow them to perceive depth. The team also hope that this movement may provide a window into some of the flies' internal processes.Research article: Fenk et al.08:54 Research HighlightsHow the 80-year-old wreck of a sunken warship is influencing ocean microbes, and tracing an epilepsy-related gene variant back to a single person from 800 years ago.Research Highlight: A ship sunk during the Second World War still stirs up the seabedResearch Highlight: Families on three continents inherited their epilepsy from a single person11:11 Calls to mandate militaries' emissions reportingThe eyes of the world will be focused on the UN's upcoming COP27 conference to see what governments will pledge to do to reduce global emissions. But there's one sector of countries' carbon outputs that remains something of a mystery: the emissions of their militaries. We speak to Oliver Belcher, one of a group of researchers who have written a Comment article for Nature, calling for better reporting and greater accountability for these military emissions.Comment: Decarbonize the military — mandate emissions reporting19:07 Briefing ChatWe discuss some highlights from the Nature Briefing. This time: efforts from Middle East countries to cut greenhouse-gas emissions while still supplying fossil fuels; the upcoming demise of NASA's InSight spacecraft; and new estimates for how long bacteria could survive on Mars.Nature News: The Middle East is going green — while supplying oil to othersNature News: NASA spacecraft records epic ‘marsquakes' as it prepares to dieNew Scientist: Bacteria could survive just under Mars's surface for 280 million yearsSubscribe to Nature Briefing, an unmissable daily round-up of science news, opinion and analysis free in your inbox every weekday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

PBL Playbook
PBL Leadership - Three Structures Every Leader Must Protect for PBL to Thrive | E101

PBL Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 17:16


Leaders often wonder how they can be advocates for Project Based Learning in their classrooms. I talk about the three structures that will create an environment where PBL can flourish if you as a leader protect them. This week's “need to know” is related to our main topic of being an advocate for PBL. How can leaders learn about PBL if they are already out of the classroom? I talk about the importance of having a mindset of creating a learner centered environment for your staff which will empower their PBL efforts. Episode Highlights: [03:11] How do you learn about PBL when you're a leader that isn't in the classroom?[04:02] Get the learner centered growth mindset of Project Based Learning. Empower your staff to teach themselves about Project Based Learning. [06:05] How you can be a PBL advocate and why. [07:40] 1. Ensure that district initiatives don't hinder or undermine the Project Based Learning work.[10:13] 2. Allow the freedom of when and how the curriculum is taught. Rigid based plans can hinder Project Based Learning. [12:09] 3. Make sure that your teacher evaluations don't penalize teachers for using PBL. Resources & Links Related to this EpisodeWhat is PBL?Ask RyanMagnify Learning YouTubePBL Simplified: 6 Steps to Move Project Based Learning from Idea to RealityProject Based Learning Stories and Structures: Wins, Fails, and Where to StartRyan Steuer Twitter @ryansteuerStrategies For Supporting PBL In Your School Or District PBL Leadership Guest - Deeper Learning and Project Based Learning - Carmen Coleman | Episode 100The Black Swan Group YouTube

Functional Spirituality
How to have Healthy vs Rigid Boundaries

Functional Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 27:40


In this episode, Ava talks about healthy and rigid boundaries (special thanks to those who requested to hear more about this topic).  'Boundaries' is a common topic in personal development and spirituality, but do we really know what healthy boundaries are? It is a skill that needs to be cultivated and ultimately becomes an art form in how we relate to our health, our happiness and each other. Healthy boundaries help regulate our nervous system in a sustainable way. What are the main ingredients of having Healthy Boundaries? How can we develop this skill so our requests are not either too rigid or too loose? Listen to this podcast to answer these questions and receive the longer training on boundaries here.    Relevant episodes: Two ways healing tools work    Chapter markers: 00:00 The importance of internal awareness and reflection in spirituality  2:45 Boundaries vs Spiritual Values 5:00 Relational dynamics and how they contribute to our health  7:00 What are healthy boundaries? 8:50 How do we build this skill?  12:55 Self awareness  14:15 Communication   19:00 Flexibility 20:30 Rigid boundaries vs Healthy Boundaries 24:58 We invite you to take some space to reflect on this topic. 26:00 Join our facebook group and subscribe to the Functional Spirituality podcast.   Increasing accessibility to functional healing + non-dual spiritual oneness: www.functionalspirituality.com   Free resources: Newsletter sign-up:  A monthly update for me on new offers and the energy of the month. Community meditation: Join the Functional Spirituality Group and enjoy a free resource for meditators and yogis to connect to and enjoy a like-minded community. Free workshop: Healing complex trauma: A free workshop on how to optimize your spiritual practice and your daily life by understanding complex trauma.   Connect on Socials Where you can hear from us in daily life Personal account: @avairani_   Functional Spirituality: @functionalspirituality  Studio: @spandaschool

The Hummingbird Stories
Ep. 7: "JUST START!" – How do we redesign school within rigid systems?

The Hummingbird Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 44:36


We are Donnell Cannon and Jenny O'Meara, two passionate educators. Welcome to Season 2 of The Hummingbird Stories! This season, we're asking the question: What does an extraordinary education look like for every student? We're hosting conversations with the most innovative, equity-minded leaders in education from all across the country — and that includes young people. In this episode, we confront the paralysis that can set in when it feels like there's so much to do. Our guests remind us, though -- to just start! This episode features interviews with Miguel Gonzales, directors of schools at Embark Education, Aylon Samouha, directors at Transcend Education, and Kimberly Smith, executive director at the League of Innovative Schools. We don't just want to hear from guests on our show. We want to hear from you, too. In every episode on this season of The Hummingbird Stories, we'll pose a question and ask you to weigh in through our Telbee. This week's question asks you to think about the emphasis Aylon and Kimberly placed on the importance of listening to community. What's one first step you can do a better job of listening to your community tomorrow? Visit sayhi.chat/hummingbird to chime in. We know a lot of “Hummingbirds” who are no longer waiting for change in a system on fire, but rather choosing to do something. We hope they'll inspire you to take real action, no matter how small, toward redesigning schools. An extraordinary education for all young people is possible. But it's going to take all of us to make it happen.

The Democracy Group
Bridging Divides on College Campuses: Clare Ashcraft and Jackson Richter | Let's Find Common Ground

The Democracy Group

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 28:19


Rigid polarization and political division are among the biggest challenges facing our country. Young people often feel that tribalism is better than unity and that conversations across political and cultural divides are impossible.College students Clare Ashcraft, who comes from a conservative background, and Jackson Spencer Richter, who calls himself a committed liberal, are active members of BridgeUSA, a national movement of students working to emphasize the importance of empathy, understanding, and ideological diversity.In this episode we hear about students' personal experience of cancel culture, the impact of social media on Generation Z, and why many young people actually feel that free speech can harm or threaten their safety. We also learn about efforts to find common ground, equip students with skills to find solutions across divides, and build bridges with others of different backgrounds and points of view. Additional InformationLet's Find Common Ground PodcastMore shows from The Democracy Group

Life Coaching Secrets
77. Your Relationship With Money

Life Coaching Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 30:27


If money were a person, and you were in a relationship with them, how would that relationship be? Money can bring up a lot of emotions. And most people have a conflicted and unhealthy relationship with money. There are two ways most people handle their money: Reckless: they throw their money around carelessly Rigid: they hoard every dime they earn and are afraid to spend it Both of these approaches are based in fear and prevent you from experiencing financial abundance. There is a third way you can handle money: with mindfulness. Being mindful with your money means allowing money to flow into your life. Being mindful with your money also means while investing it in ways that aligns with your vision and values. In order to create financial freedom, you must first heal your relationship with money. In this episode, you will learn the one simple strategy to get more money back into your life. To become a Certified Professional Coach, visit www.thrivingcoachacademy.com.

Let's Find Common Ground
Bridging Divides on College Campuses: Clare Ashcraft and Jackson Richter

Let's Find Common Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 27:46


Rigid polarization and political division are among the biggest challenges facing our country. Young people often feel that tribalism is better than unity and that conversations across political and cultural divides are impossible. College students Clare Ashcraft, who comes from a conservative background, and Jackson Spencer Richter, who calls himself a committed liberal, are active members of BridgeUSA, a national movement of students working to emphasize the importance of empathy, understanding, and ideological diversity. In this episode we hear about students' personal experience of cancel culture, the impact of social media on Generation Z, and why many young people actually feel that free speech can harm or threaten their safety. We also learn about efforts to find common ground, equip students with skills to find solutions across divides, and build bridges with others of different backgrounds and points of view. 

Peaceful Homeschool Podcast
Episode 17 - Relationships Over Rigid Academics

Peaceful Homeschool Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 31:21


On this episode, we're talking about whether academics take priority over your relationships with your kids when you're homeschooling. Are you educating the whole child, or just working on academics? What do you do when your child is struggling with a math worksheet or just having a rough day? How do you deal with it? Hear Emma and Beth share their experiences with their kids and why they're grateful for that approach now that they have adult children. “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all." AristotleHelp us cover the cost of producing the podcast by supporting our sponsors or you can donate to us directly by using Patreon or Buy Me a Cup of Coffee. This Week's Sponsor is actually Beth! Find her book on Amazon - Find Your Homeschool Vibe Thank you  for supporting the show! Support the show

Social Reset Podcast
Why I believe in commitment OVER rigid, daily consistency

Social Reset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 30:59


In this episode, I discuss why I believe in commitment OVER rigid, daily consistency. Some things I touch on are: - How I built an over half a mill business without pre-planning, scheduling, timeblocking, or daily consistency - How I create content and show up **committedly** rather than being driven by consistency - Where ideals of neurotypical supremacy, wounded masculine and rigid structure stem from **ahem white supremacy & patriarchy** - Why it's important as a woman of color to find aligned teachers and why white teachers of manifestation/imposter syndrome/self sabotage/entrepreneurship don't understand the full scope of being a child of immigrants, carrier of a lineage from trauma and oppression and cultural norms   Apply to BAA: http://www.tiffanycheung.co/baa My Current Offers: https://trainings.tiffanycheung.co/store  Connect on Instagram: www.instagram.com/tiffanycheung.co Join my free community - the Business Activation HQ!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1580969585443939

SBS Nepali - एसबीएस नेपाली पोडकाष्ट
Mental Health in Nepal: 'Urban and literate population is more rigid' - नेपालमा मानसिक स्वास्थ्य: 'शिक्षित र सहरी क्षेत्रका हरूमा बढी सङ्को

SBS Nepali - एसबीएस नेपाली पोडकाष्ट

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 20:34


World Mental Health Day is clebrated across the world on October 10 to raise awareness of mental health issues and to mobilise efforts in support of mental health. We talked to Dr. Pashupati Mahat, from Mental Health and Counseling Center Nepal, about the level of public awareness and the latest situation regarding mental health issues in Nepal. - अक्टोबर १० लाई विश्व मानसिक स्वास्थ्य दिवसका रूपमा मनाइदा नेपालमा मानसिक स्वास्थ्यलाई लिएर ग्रामीण क्षेत्रमा भन्दा सहरी र शिक्षित वर्गमा समस्यालाई लुकाउने गरेको पाइने एक सरोकारवालाले बताएका छन्। मानसिक स्वास्थ्य तथा परामर्श केन्द्र सीएमसीमा आबद्ध रहेका डा पशुपति महतसँग नेपालमा मानसिक स्वास्थ्य सम्बन्धी जनचेतनाको स्तर र पछिल्लो अवस्थाबारे गरिएको कुराकानी सुन्नुहोस्।

GEAR:30
A Very Deep Dive on Bootfitting, Pt. 3: Stance Balancing with Pulse Boot Labs

GEAR:30

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 55:59


For Part 3 of our Very Deep Dive on Bootfitting series, Kara Williard and Kai Palkeinen, Founder of Pulse Boot Labs, dive into the intricate topic of stance balancing and canting ski boots. Kai explains Pulse Boots Labs' analytical approach to getting it right, his refined methodology of “red light, green light”; the multi-step process of looking at the foot, insole, liner, shell, and then potentially cuff alignment and canting; and all the intricate variables that can play into this process, including snow surface, attitude, and communication.TOPICS & TIMESHow does this process start? (3:22)The Foundation (4:57)Red Light, Green Light (6:50)Pulse Methods (10:53)Binding Ramp Angle (17:06)Why Liners Matter (24:37)Cuff Alignment (26:14)Canting Schools of Thought (35:06)Rigid vs. Flexible (41:33)Communication and Stopping Points (47:47)Snow Surface (49:32)What We're Celebrating (54:00)RELATED LINKS:Blister Recommended Ski Shop: Pulse Custom Boot LabEp. 35: New Innovations in Bootfitting with Pulse Boot LabA Very Deep Dive on Bootfitting, Pt 1: The BasicsA Very Deep Dive on Bootfitting, Pt. 2: Your Questions by Sam and KaraA Very Deep Dive on Ski BootsBecome a Blister Member / Get our Buyer's GuideSubscribe to our Gear Giveaways & NewsletterOUR OTHER PODCASTS:CRAFTED Bikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchBLISTER Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Founders
#270 Pieces of the Action: The Autobiography of Vannevar Bush

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 82:54 Very Popular


What I learned from reading Pieces of the Action by Vannevar Bush.Support Founders' sponsors: Tiny: The easiest way to sell your business. Quick and straightforward exits for Founders. andCapital: Raise, hold, and spend capital all in one place. and Tegus is a search engine for business knowledge that's used by founders, investors, and executives. It's incredible what they're building. Try it for free by visiting Tegus.[7:15] Pieces of the Action offers his hard-won lessons on how to operate and manage effectively within complex organizations and drive ambitious, unprecedented programs to fruition.[8:54] Stripe Press Books:The Dream Machine by M. Mitchell WaldropThe Making of Prince of Persia: Journals 1985-1993 by Jordan Mechner.[9:24] Endless Frontier: Vannevar Bush, Engineer of the American Century by G. Pascal Zachary[10:40] Any exploration of the institutions that shape how we do research, generate discoveries, create inventions, and turn ideas into innovations inevitably leads back to Vannevar Bush.[11:26] No American has had greater influence in the growth of science and technology than Vannevar Bush.[12:23] That's why I'm going to encourage you to order this book —because when you pick it up and you read it —you're reading the words of an 80 year old genius. One of the most formidable and accomplished people that has ever lived— laying out what he learned over his six decade long career.[14:38] A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age by Jimmy Soni and Rob Goodman (Founders #95)[15:12] Bootstrapping: Douglas Engelbart, Coevolution, and the Origins of Personal Computing by Thierry Bardini[15:48] I don't know what Silicon Valley will do when it runs out of Doug Engelbart's ideas. —  The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution by Walter Isaacson. (Founders #157)[18:54] Bush points out that tipping points often rest with far-seeing, energetic individuals. We can be those individuals.[20:36] I went into this book with little more than a name and came out with the closest thing to a mentor someone you've never met can be.[20:58] We are not the first to face problems, and as we face them we can hold our heads high. In such spirit was this book written.[24:38] The essence of civilization is the transmission of the findings of each generation to the next.[29:00] This is not a call for optimism, it is a call for determination.[31:12] It is pleasant to turn to situations where conservatism or lethargy were overcome by farseeing, energetic individuals.[31:34] People are really a power law and that the best ones can change everything. —Sam Hinkie[33:46] There should never be, throughout an organization, any doubt as to where authority for making decisions resides, or any doubt that they will be promptly made.[34:32] You can drive great people by making the speed of decision making really slow. Why would great people stay in an organization where they can't get things done? They look around after a while, and they're, like, "Look, I love the mission, but I can't get my job done because our speed of decision making is too slow." — Invent and Wander: The Collected Writings of Jeff Bezos by Jeff Bezos and Walter Isaacson.(Founders #155)[38:36] Rigid lines of authority do not produce the best innovations.[38:42] Research projects flowered in pockets all around the company, many of them without Steve's blessing or even awareness.They'd come to Steve's attention only if one of his key managers decided that the project or technology showed real potential.In that case, Steve would check it out, and the information he'd glean would go into the learning machine that was his brain. Sometimes that's where it would sit, and nothing would happen. Sometimes, on the other hand, he'd concoct a way to combine it with something else he'd seen, or perhaps to twist it in a way to benefit an entirely different project altogether.This was one of his great talents, the ability to synthesize separate developments and technologies into something previously unimaginable. —Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli (Founders #265)[40:56] He was so industrious that he became a positive annoyance to others who felt less inclined to work.  —Pulitzer: A Life in Politics, Print, and Power by James McGrath Morris. (Founders #135)[42:22] Tuxedo Park: A Wall Street Tycoon and The Secret Palace of Science That Changed The Course of World War II by Jennet Conant. (Founders #143)[45:35] If a man is a good judge of men, he can go far on that skill alone.[46:00] All the past episodes mentioned by Vannevar Bush in this book:General Leslie Groves: The General and the Genius: Groves and Oppenheimer—The Unlikely Partnership that Built the Atom Bomb by James Kunetka. (Founders #215)J. Robert Oppenheimer: The General and the Genius: Groves and Oppenheimer—The Unlikely Partnership that Built the Atom Bomb by James Kunetka. (Founders #215)Alfred Lee Loomis: Tuxedo Park: A Wall Street Tycoon and The Secret Palace of Science That Changed The Course of World War II by Jennet Conant. (Founders #143)J.P. Morgan: The House of Morgan: An American Banking Dynasty and the Rise of Modern Finance by Ron Chernow. (Founders #139)The Hour of Fate: Theodore Roosevelt, J.P. Morgan, and the Battle to Transform American Capitalism by Susan Berfield. (Founders #142)Orville Wright: The Wright Brothers by David McCullough. (Founders #239)Birdmen: The Wright Brothers, Glenn Curtiss, and the Battle to Control the Skies by Lawrence Goldstone. (Founders #241)Edwin Land: Land's Polaroid: A Company and the Man Who Invented It by Peter C. Wensberg. (Founders #263)Instant: The Story of Polaroid by Christopher Bonanos. (Founders #264)Henry J. Kaiser: Builder in the Modern American West by Mark Foster. (Founders #66)Professional Amateur: The Biography of Charles Franklin Kettering by Thomas Boyd (Founders #125)Reluctant Genius: The Passionate Life and Inventive Mind of Alexander Graham Bellby Charlotte Gray. (Founders #138)[48:21] Difficulties are often encountered in bringing an invention into production and use.[48:47] An invention has some of the characteristics of a poem.It is said that a poet may derive real joy out of making a poem, even if it is never published, even if he does not recite it to his friends, even if it is not a very good poem.No doubt, one has to be a poet to understand this.In the same way, an inventor can derive real satisfaction out of making an invention, even if he never expects to make a nickel out of it, even if he knows it is a bit foolish, provided he feels it involves ingenuity and insight.An inventor invents because he cannot help it, and also because he gets quiet fun out of doing so.Sometimes he even makes money at it, but not by himself. One has to be an inventor to understand this.One evening in Dayton, I dined alone with Orville Wright.During a long evening, we discussed inventions we had made that had never amounted to anything. He took me up to the attic and showed me models of various weird gadgets.I had plenty of similar efforts to tell him about, and we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly.Neither of us would have thus spilled things except to a fellow practitioner, one who had enjoyed the elation of creation and who knew that such elation is, to a true devotee, independent of practical results.So it is also, I understand, with poets.[51:28] Against The Odds: An Autobiography by James Dyson (Founders #200)[52:21] When picking an industry to enter, my favorite rule of thumb is this: Pick an industry where the founders of the industry—the founders of the important companies in the industry—are still alive and actively involved. — The Pmarca Blog Archive Ebook by Marc Andreessen. (Founders #50)[57:18] If a company operates only under patents it owns, and infringes on no others, its monopoly should not be disturbed, and the courts so hold. An excellent example is Polaroid Corporation. Founded by Edwin Land, one of the most ingenious men I ever knew (and also one of the wisest), it has grown and prospered because of his inventions and those of his team.[1:00:46] I came to the realization that they knew more about the subject than I did. In some ways, this was not strange. They were concentrating on it and I was getting involved in other things.[1:01:31] P.T. Barnum: An American Life by Robert Wilson. (Founders #137)[1:05:53] We make progress, lots of progress, in nearly every intellectual field, only to find that the more we probe, the faster our field of ignorance expands.[1:11:41] All the books from Stripe Press—Get 60 days free of Readwise. It is the best app I pay for. I couldn't make Founders without it.—“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested so my poor wallet suffers. ” — GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast

The ModernJeeper Show
#186 – Off Road Expo Wrap Up, Rigid Batteries, Ladies Off Road Network and Flooding in Moab

The ModernJeeper Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 67:22


Hello ModernJeepers welcome to Episode 186 of The ModernJeeper Show… the show about Jeeps, Jeeping and Jeepers. First, let me say thank you to all of you who listened to last week's episode about the Future of Moab. Your support is super important and we appreciate each and every one of you who took the time to share your story with the powers that be. This week, we wander all over the world of Jeeping including wandering through Corey's shop where RockStar Jeep Girl's new JL is getting fully outfitted. We talk Off Road Expo, Corey's new Rigid Power Tools accessory, the Ladies Off Road Network, navigating the closed roads of Death Valley, snow on the San Juan's and so much more. If you wonder at times through this episode "what the F" are these guys doing, you can watch the full show at YouTube.com/modernjeeper As always, we are extremely grateful to our supporters & friends including Warn Winches, Raceline Wheels, Bestop, Milestar Tires, Rugged Radios, Adventure Rack Systems, and, of course, Metalcloak. By the way, if you like this episode, we would be so grateful if you subscribed to the pod, told your friends about it and gave us a nice review on Spotify or Apple Podcast. Now, sit back, relax with a cold one, and enjoy Episode 186 of The ModernJeeper Show… Show Notes:MoabOff-road ExpoJL Wrangler 3.5” Game ChangerPalo Duro ChallengeRock Slide EngineeringPRPHurricane IanDeath ValleyJeepers DenTrail HeroSemaRacelineMilestarGolden NuggetLitebriteLadies Off-road NetworkTreadlightlyRaceline DefendersSave Moab!Save Moab Podcast EpisodeBLM UtahBLM AnnouncementBLM NEPA RegisterBLM PlansBLM Comment Submissions

Soul Full of Wellness
Brave Before Perfect

Soul Full of Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 28:52


Today's episode is all about how to create the life you desire through bravery, progress and living in balanced im-perfection, by defining wellness for YOU so you know what success looks like, feels like, and how to achieve it! We're imperfect people living in an imperfect world. Does this doom us? No, it's a reality that's also a gift because it conditions us to look inward for answers and to trust ourselves. Wellness is bespoke, customizable, PERSONAL, made for you, by you. In this episode we talk about: Listening to the whispers of your soul  Action as the antidote to fear Striving for balance Bravery over perfection Knowing your why How to make ongoing, sustainable changes vs. dramatic/temporary changes Your lifestyle prescription - designed by you for you, for your best interest What serves you and helps you achieve your wellness goals Finding the middle ground (sustainable)  There is no quick fix that actually works long-term. Accepting: polarity, contrast, imperfection, that the ideal changes over time Success comes from flexibility in an imperfect world Releasing judgment (re-framing “mistake” or “cheat day”) What wellness isn't: Quick fixes Temporary changes One size fits all Copying someone else Rigid planning Seeking perfection All or nothing mentality - black or white thinking The most visible parts of wellness aren't the most important. There is no single most important part of your wellness. ALL parts matter. COACHING TIP: Structure your personal definition of wellness, including what success will look like for each of the areas. For more details, go to the “Defining Wellness” and “Why Wellness is Multidimensional” blogs on the blog page of our website at SoulFullofWellness.com Success is about balance, so creating your really specific, personal criteria for success, you'll highlight what's important to YOU and this will reveal your path! If you haven't yet rated & reviewed Soul Full of Wellness, we'd love to have you help us out by tapping that 5th star and providing a few words of feedback.

The Motherhood Podcast with Michelle Grosser
047 - Discover Your Personality Pattern and Understand Why You Do the Things You Do

The Motherhood Podcast with Michelle Grosser

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 56:56


Have you ever wondered why you do the things you do? Why do you get so angry when your kids aren't listening to you? Why is it so hard to relax when the house is a mess?! Here's what's going on - as a child, whenever an experience overwhelmed our nervous system, we subconsciously built defenses against that overwhelm. Over time, those defenses become a habit, and then they become a pattern. Now as an adult, what we think of as our personality, is often this defense pattern running the show. So interesting, right?! Today I'm coaching on the 5 Personality Patterns - Leaving, Merging, Enduring, Aggressive, & Rigid - and I'm going to explain how each Pattern originates in childhood.  I also coach on how each Pattern usually shows up so you can learn which Pattern you tend to go into when you're stressed or overwhelmed.  TAKE THE QUIZ HERE: WHAT'S YOUR PERSONALITY PATTERN?  MOTHERHOOD SHOW NOTES: Ep. 47 Show Notes - What's your Personality Pattern 1-ON-1 COACHING: From Insight to Outcome - Life Coaching with Michelle CHECK OUT MY FREE 5-STEP MORNING ROUTINE FOR MOMS: My 5-Step Morning Routine MOTHERHOOD VILLAGE FB COMMUNITY: The Motherhood Village MOTHERHOOD INSTAGRAM: @themotherhood.podcast “I love The Motherhood Podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show!  This helps us support more women, just like you, on their motherhood journey.  Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.”  Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!

Labeaud's Life Lessons
15 Traits of Rigid People

Labeaud's Life Lessons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 29:23


Have you ever dated someone who is rigid? Listen to the pros and cons of being in a relationship with one and ask yourself if the red flags are a deal breaker for you. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/labeaudslifelessons/message

Optimal Health Daily
1881: How To Unlock Rigid, Stiff, Movement With Self-Regulation by Dr. Seth Oberst

Optimal Health Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 13:04 Very Popular


Dr. Seth Oberst talks about how to unlock rigid, stiff, movement with self-regulation Episode 1881: How To Unlock Rigid, Stiff, Movement With Self-Regulation by Dr. Seth Oberst Kate Galliett has been a coach of movement and strength for 16 years. She is an expert at helping others unlock their True Nature and tap into their full potential through movement, fitness, body re-patterning, and mindset. She began as a trainer in a local gym during her college years and has had a wide array of experiences in the fitness, coaching, and entrepreneurship realms. The original post is located here: https://fitforreallife.com/2016/03/unlock-rigid-stiff-movement-self-regulation/  Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you doctors who are patient-reviewed, take your insurance and are available when you need them. Go to Zocdoc.com/OHD  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Health Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY
1881: How To Unlock Rigid, Stiff, Movement With Self-Regulation by Dr. Seth Oberst

Optimal Health Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 13:04


Dr. Seth Oberst talks about how to unlock rigid, stiff, movement with self-regulation Episode 1881: How To Unlock Rigid, Stiff, Movement With Self-Regulation by Dr. Seth Oberst Kate Galliett has been a coach of movement and strength for 16 years. She is an expert at helping others unlock their True Nature and tap into their full potential through movement, fitness, body re-patterning, and mindset. She began as a trainer in a local gym during her college years and has had a wide array of experiences in the fitness, coaching, and entrepreneurship realms. The original post is located here: https://fitforreallife.com/2016/03/unlock-rigid-stiff-movement-self-regulation/  Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you doctors who are patient-reviewed, take your insurance and are available when you need them. Go to Zocdoc.com/OHD  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Living Lean
Q+A: Troubleshooting Stalled Fat Loss, Adaptive vs. Rigid Metabolisms, Optimal Meal Timing, And More

Living Lean

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 45:04


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The Stronger By Science Podcast
Bonus Live Q&A: MacroFactor One-Year Anniversary Celebration

The Stronger By Science Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 131:52 Very Popular


Today's episode is a celebration of the one-year anniversary of launching MacroFactor. It was recorded with a live YouTube audience on September 16, 2022. In this episode, Greg and Eric answer some viewers' questions that are specific to MacroFactor, but they also answer several unrelated questions about a wide range of training and nutrition topics. If you're a MacroFactor user, this episode is a great opportunity to join in on the celebration and get some previews about what the future has in store for MacroFactor. If you aren't, this episode is still worth a listen, as it offers plenty of evidence-based training and nutrition information. SUPPORT THE PODCASTJoin the Research Spotlight newsletter: Get a two-minute breakdown of one recent study every Wednesday. Our newsletter is the easiest way to stay up to date with the latest exercise and nutrition science.MacroFactorIf you want to learn more about our MacroFactor diet app, check it out  here.To join in on the MacroFactor conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.CoachingGet personalized training and nutrition plans from our expect coaches: Learn more hereMASS Research ReviewSubscribe to the MASS Research Review to get concise and applicable breakdowns of the latest strength, physique, and nutrition research – delivered monthly.Bulk SupplementsFinally, next time you stock up on supplements from BulkSupplements.com, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order. TIME STAMPSIntro (0:00)Who's the host? (1:24)Greg and Eric's talking speeds (3:09)Thanking everyone for joining us and for supporting MacroFactor in year 1 (5:33)MacroFactor annual report (6:37)https://macrofactorapp.com/annual-report-2022/Biggest unexpected challenges for MacroFactor in year 1 (7:58)A preview of upcoming feature updates for MacroFactor (11:29)Predictors of successful dieting experiences (15:33)Any plans to translate MacroFactor to other languages? (23:05)Getting more protein on a vegetarian diet (27:59)What's your favorite nutrient? (34:24)Rigid versus flexible cognitive restraint (36:15)Any tips on bouncing out of “the hole” effectively when doing very deep squats? (43:29)How do you determine when a cut is done? How long should a cut take, and how long should a subsequent maintenance phase be? Do you need to periodically insert diet breaks or maintenance phases during a long cut? (47:27)Quick guidance on monitoring rate of weight change within MacroFactor (51:41)How satiety changes in response to weight loss diets (54:34)Greg and Eric's athletic and fitness-related goals for the near future (1:02:44)Thoughts on 3-minute rest periods between sets for hypertrophy? (1:10:47)Any plans to include protein quality scores in MacroFactor? (1:15:17)Looking back on the first year of MacroFactor, do you have any regrets? Would you do anything differently? (1:18:51)Got any evidence-based information pertaining to the prevention or reversal of hair loss? (1:25:19)Should someone interested in long-term muscle growth do a long, slow bulking phase, or several repeated cycles involving more aggressive bulking and cutting phases? (1:29:51)How many days should you rest between workouts? (1:34:44)Clarifying the podcast publishing schedule (1:37:32)How does MacroFactor account for abrupt scale weight increases related to increased food intake at the beginning of a bulking phase? (1:38:42)https://help.macrofactorapp.com/dashboard/weight_trend/Should people specifically restrict or eliminate dairy intake when focusing on fat loss goals? (1:41:38)How do Greg and Eric approach deloads in their own training? Do they change their calorie targets during a deload? (1:44:01)How much sleep is needed to support recovery from training? (1:51:55)Greg and Eric each share 1-2 recipes (1:56:42)Wrap-up (2:06:21)

THE NOURISHED MOM , Time Management, Routines, Schedules,  Parenting Strategies, Mindset, Christian Moms
45. Structure Your Homeschool Days Without a Rigid Schedule. 3 Steps to Create a Flexible Schedule. Time Management. Christian Moms

THE NOURISHED MOM , Time Management, Routines, Schedules, Parenting Strategies, Mindset, Christian Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 16:56


Do you resist the idea of a schedule? I get it, you don't want to be controlled by a list of things to do! But, maybe you're starting to realize that your days could use a little more structure. Maybe having a schedule stresses you out because it's just one more demand you can't live up to and you feel defeated when it never goes as planned. Today, you're going to learn how to find balance between structure and flexibility. You'll learn how to get the best of both worlds! We're talking 3 strategies to create a schedule that will help you get the things done but that's flexible so you're not tied down.   Connect with like-minded mamas in The Nourished Moms Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/thenourishedmoms Grab the FREE ‘Nourished Necessities' workbook to help you take the first steps to less stress and overwhelm and more joy and peace. Step into your nourished life! https://thenourishedmom.podia.com/nourished-necessities-workbook/buy Grab your free AFFIRMATIONS OF A NOURISHED MOM poster, filled with truths to get your mind right! https://thenourishedmom.podia.com/affirmations-for-a-nourished-mom/buy   It's my mission at The Nourished Mom to teach you strategies and tools to develop mindsets, habits and routines that will nourish your mind, body and spirit so you can ditch the mom stress and cultivate more joy and peace. Get Ready… Get Set… Get NOURISHED!

The Mindful Living Podcast
Episode 40: What's Your Boundary Type?

The Mindful Living Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 16:42


Stephanie defines personal boundaries and discusses the three most common boundary types: 1) Rigid, 2) Porous, and 3) Healthy. She shares information about what each type means and offers simple ways to begin working towards having healthy boundaries. Stephanie highlights how we are all worthy of having healthy boundaries and how they are crucial in order to experience a well-balanced life. To learn more about Stephanie, visit www.themindfulliving.com and follow her on Instagram @mindfulliving.now, Facebook @mindfulliving, and subscribe to her on YouTube Stephanie Robilio. Find all of Stephanie's books on Amazon: WelNow, Mindful Makeover, Painted Soul, and Bonafide Spirit.

Out Front with Vince Noble Podcast
One on One with Shannon Amos

Out Front with Vince Noble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 30:32


In this episode, we talked about her experience of being the daughter of prominent artist, her work in television as a producer, and most importantly her current life work of helping others optimize mental, spiritual, and physical health. 00:37.31 noblemen Hello everyone and welcome to the out front podcast I am your host Vince Noble hey as always before we get started with these extraordinary conversations. I want to say as much as I love how intellectually stimulating they are they are meant to do far more than that they are meant to stimulate us. They are meant to inspire us and drive us into meaningful action. So as you listen. Our guests are not solely on this show to promote themselves their services or products have in large part to provide significant insights and actionable steps to encourage you and engage you thereby helping to shift you from 1 level to the next. So I encourage you to listen and to think about how you may be positively impacted in some way. No matter who you are. It is my greatest hope that you find tremendous value in today's episode I am certainly super excited today. We have the distinct pleasure of having with us miss Shannon Amos an American producer and writer who sort of followed her father's footsteps in the entertainment industry. She is the daughter of John Amos most of us affectionately know him as. 02:04.35 noblemen James Evans from the hit seventy s tv show good times and her mother Noel Nickerson both were prominent actors she has appeared in many television series networks and films including BET Network, ESPN, Turner Originals TV One just to name a few, today, She is also widely known as the international holistic health coach and founder of Sumana a luxury wellness travel agency in this episode. We'll be talking all about her newfound passion her business vision and mission some of her experiences of being the daughter of prominent actors some have worked in television as a producer and most importantly, her current life work. Of helping others optimize their mental spiritual and physical health. We certainly have a lot to unpack in this episode. So let's go. So.   03:45.94 noblemen Um, Shannon welcome to the show today. 03:49.24 Shannon Amos Um, thank you so much Vince I'm so happy to be here. Thank you. 03:51.26 noblemen Hey is it's certainly it it. It's certainly a pleasure to have you on the show today Shannon and so hey so for those who may not know you or all that what you do tell us a little bit about yourself. 04:09.63 Shannon Amos Ah, well again, my name is Shannon Amos I am currently living in Playa Del Carmen Mexico where I facilitate and host wellness retreats in this new life that I've created and prior to that I was a television producer. For over 20 years in the entertainment industry. 04:30.79 noblemen Wow Shannon and thanks, it's certainly a pleasure to to have you on the show with us today I know we've we've been trying to s sink this ah interview up for a little while now and you're all over the world on. Ah, you know, great and wonderful things. But um, hey it's certainly a pleasure to to finally you know, get you on the show I think the last time we had the opportunity to speak. We may have talked you know close to an hour and it was certainly a pleasure. 04:56.52 Shannon Amos Absolutely I enjoy it. Thank you. 05:01.87 noblemen So, Shannon you know I have to ask upfront what was it like before we get to anything else. What was it like as a child growing up with with prominent actors. You know, um your dad John Amos 05:05.36 Shannon Amos Um, yes. 05:19.73 noblemen Um, at home was he much like the good times character. We officially know as James Evans or what. 05:25.95 Shannon Amos Um, yeah, wasn't a stretch I will admit that his character is not far off from who he is but um, you know there's so many multiple layers to who my father is so while he embodied some of those characteristics. Um, you know that was a fictional character in real Life. He's a very much introverted man um, pretty shy loves to be in a quiet space loves nature and really a renaissance man actually both of my parents I would consider Renaissance people. 05:53.28 noblemen Um. 05:58.93 Shannon Amos Um, my mom wasn't an actor I just want to correct that my mother is an artist so she was a creative with her hands and my father being an actor. Um you know, brought that energy of creative spirit into the household. 06:00.51 noblemen Had her heart. 06:15.29 Shannon Amos And so it was amazing. Growing up because I got to be around people like Maya Angelou you know having dinner with her in my youth and not even realizing or maybe I was realizing but not to the magnitude of of who she was in the world until I really grew up and having people like Lou Gosset and Ben Vaine and um, other you know, just really prominent amazingly talented people in and out of our home growing up and being exposed to that was was amazing. 06:42.59 noblemen Yeah that's amazing. So Shannon you know you've kind of followed your dad somewhat. Um you know into television and producing and that sort of thing but there was a bit of ah of a shift as I understand around 2017 so sort of what what ultimately brought you, you know to the work you so passionately do today. 07:03.68 Shannon Amos You know it was a series of events. Um I had been producing like I said for over twenty years and I wasn't feeling as fulfilled as I thought I would you know even in the pinnacle of my career like I was I was happy and grateful for everything. But. Just wasn't feeling as fulfilled in the work and as television changed and more things were being driven by marketing and by the networks of ideas of who we are and how we're supposed to show up the more I became disenchanted and around that same time. Um. 07:23.18 noblemen Um, a number. 07:36.78 Shannon Amos My mother who had been struggling for many years from injuries sustained from a medical malpractice incident finally succumbed to them and prior to her transition while she was in the hospital. Um in the last week of her life I asked her hey mom. 07:44.29 noblemen Um, a. 07:56.12 Shannon Amos Do you have any regrets and for anything that you regret regret that you didn't do and she said you know Shannon only that I didn't get to travel and see the world and so we knew that we were going to be cremating her. We knew that she was actively transitioning at that point and so I said well what if I traveled the world and I took your ashes with me. 07:58.61 noblemen Um. 08:15.36 Shannon Amos Her eyes lit up and she smiled and she said Shannon go see the world and let the world see you? Yeah yeah. 08:21.10 noblemen Wow, that's that's amazing yes yeah and so Shannon, I understand right now you you're currently doing the work in and all the way in Mexico tell us a little bit about that. 08:34.36 Shannon Amos Yeah I took off um after my mom passed I took off and I traveled solo around south east Asia for about a year year and a half and then I ended up in I took I call it my soul sabbatical. So I just took here to to heal and and worked through the grief and I ended up. 08:39.73 noblemen And. 08:47.93 noblemen I'm gonna. 08:52.15 Shannon Amos Um, in Peru and I sat with a shaman in Peru and had my first experience with plant medicine called ayahuasca some people will not be familiar with what that is, but it's now been talked about by will smith in his book Mike Tyson 09:00.22 noblemen I know. 09:09.68 Shannon Amos Um, has recently shared his experiences as well as Chris Rock and um, so I think now that it's moving more into the the conversations around healing with psychedelics is moving now more into Mainstream consciousness and awareness and into black culture and. 09:22.85 noblemen Um, all right. 09:27.81 Shannon Amos That's what kind of brought me to Mexico I was invited by a friend and I came down to visit I fell in love with it and then I ended up connecting with a facilitator who here who was the protege of the facilitator I sat with in Peru. 09:46.18 noblemen That sound exciting. You know Shannon I feel like even now you know sort of we are all still very much on this. You know mental Marathon Globally if you will you know with with all ah you know various. Infectious diseases since the pandemic you know here in the Us. The political climate is still yet. You know, probably the most polarizing many of us known in our lifetime you know the impact of high inflation and all this mental. Cumulative effect if you will is certainly beginning to manifest you know in our culture. You know what have you personally found most challenging during these times and how are you dealing with it as well as you know, coaching others to it. 10:30.74 Shannon Amos No vice I feel like the culture that we've created American society that we've created was designed for machines not for humans and we've been living our lives like machines we're getting up. We're going to the same jobs we're doing the same thing over and over and over in repetitive motion. And you know, no wonder people are exhausted. No wonder people are tired and burned out and frustrated and feeling stuck. It's like we didn't sign up for this right? and I think that there is a serious process of needing to remember who we are and remember what we come from and where we come from. 10:59.20 noblemen Um. 11:08.93 Shannon Amos And really to tap into our sole purpose and so my work now having gone through so many changes and also reconnecting with nature reconnecting with indigenous people learning more about ancestral wisdom. And really getting educated about the different tools that are out here to support our wellbeing. That's now what I bring to my clients and bring into my retreats and even my wellness travel. 11:32.23 noblemen Um. 11:39.40 noblemen Well, that's wonderful. So Shannon I I heard you once say something that that I'd like to sort of unpack a little bit is that um you know you made a statement. How can you be a light worker. 11:44.75 Shannon Amos Each. 11:54.20 noblemen Ah, when you have yet to sit with your darkness and that kind of moved me in a way when I first heard that talk to us a little bit about that. 12:00.89 Shannon Amos Yeah, you know there is a there is I guess I repeat this a lot and I'll say it again is that healing isn't linear. It's different for each and every one of us as we are to our own thumbprint and I feel like there is a path for each and every one of us for me the path was plant medicine. The path was. You know, really getting reconnected with nature but also there were many steps in that process before I got there. You know when I first landed in Bali um I was introduced really to the practice of meditation and from there I went on to India where I studied yoga in ayurveda and. You know so there were different tools that I was gathering in that process and I think that in the current state of affairs that we find this world in with things always changing and and moving so quickly that it's really important that we slow down and when you slow down. 12:55.78 noblemen Um. 12:57.35 Shannon Amos You can really do some serious reflection and that's where we tap into that shadow part of ourselves that the the thoughts and the feelings and all the stuff that we've been consuming and pushing down in our bodies. All that generational trauma that we are holding. 13:10.11 noblemen Right? right. 13:14.32 Shannon Amos Yeah, and and until we actually do the work to to bring it up to sit with it to process it and to let it go. We can't you know we can't fully step into helping others. How do we help our families if we're not helping ourselves so it's like that. 13:29.87 noblemen Um, right right? That's that's amazing in there. So Shanna what? what would you say you know is your single you know, greatest mistake if you was to share. 13:30.46 Shannon Amos Philosophy of securing your own mask first. 13:41.91 noblemen And what did it really teach you. 13:42.55 Shannon Amos I Think that the calling had been there for me for a long time and I chose to ignore it I Chose to do what I thought was what I was supposed to do which would be successful to honor. You know my family's legacy. 13:55.47 noblemen Um. 13:59.95 noblemen Um, right. 14:01.30 Shannon Amos Make money to have a lot of things to have cars and houses and material wealth and yet with all of those things I still felt like I wasn't fulfilled and I think that was probably the biggest mistake wasn't listening to my heart's calling. 14:18.78 noblemen Wow, that's amazing there. So Sean let's just twist a little bit and talk a little bit about the company you established um and in 2019 suma right yeah a luxury travel company. 14:30.20 Shannon Amos Um, yeah, yes. 14:31.70 noblemen Tell us a little bit about that and and sort of you know what was your inspiration for starting a company. 14:34.42 Shannon Amos Absolutely you know after the year that I did backpacking across Southeast Asia I really did it in a very unconventional way I left with $700 on a one-way ticket and not because I had to I was choosing to because I wanted to see what. 14:48.28 noblemen Um. 14:51.22 Shannon Amos What it would be like to just step into flow how far could I go and I ended up being gone for over a year and traveling to 12 countries and what that taught me is that there is infinite abundance in this universe and everything that we need is really here to support us but we have to tap into it and. 14:55.18 noblemen Um. 14:59.80 noblemen Um, wow. 15:09.74 noblemen Um. 15:10.16 Shannon Amos Along my Journeys I Was you know I was healing and I was receiving all these different tools without even realizing it and by the time I came back. My life had changed in so many ways and I had changed in so many ways that I wanted people that I care about to experience that I wanted people through. 15:27.61 noblemen Um. 15:28.50 Shannon Amos Ah know what it's like to detach from all of the stuff and to have a deep cultural experience and a wellness experience and that's how Summana was born and in sanskrit Sumana means to bloom and so yeah, we just plant the seed so you can bloom. 15:38.63 noblemen Awesome! That's that's wonderful. So a I tell you I'm certainly looking forward to one of those adventures here real soon. 15:52.17 Shannon Amos Um I love that I love that we want to go to Egypt you got to join us in Egypt or Africa. Um. 15:55.78 noblemen Ah Wow. Okay, we're gonna have to carve that in the calendar like ASAP right? like right away. So what's the dates on that. 16:06.16 Shannon Amos Um, well our first Egypt trip is in January January tech through the twenty second that 1 is already full so we are gonna launch a second one but what makes it so special is that we are going to really tap into ancient Kemet and the African history of Egypt. The part of the history. We don't get and. 16:11.93 noblemen Okay. 16:20.23 noblemen Um, ah. 16:23.50 noblemen Cry. 16:25.96 Shannon Amos We have a guy on the ground there who is so powerful and amazing and is really tapped into the historical truths. So we're going to plug into that energy that frequency and get a lot of wisdom and knowledge too. 16:40.38 noblemen That's wonderful. That's wonderful I. Really yeah, you know a number of years Actually I've I've been sort of you know doing a great deal of study on as you mentioned ancient Kemet and and Timbuktu all of those things that. Perhaps um, we were we were taught to sort of not investigate or were falsehood and so we didn't explore them So I often say is when you can't get it all in the book you got to go there for yourself and see for yourself. I'm certainly looking forward to that trip. 17:15.31 Shannon Amos Absolutely absolutely and you know it's it's really interesting part of what traveling has opened up for me in that way and I've been to 53 countries now that um how much propaganda and news. You know, kind of dissuades us from going to places like even Mexico when I came to Mexico people were like. Are you going to be safe. Is it dangerous is the cartel going to be after you and now I feel safer here like we don't have mass shootings in Mexico. Ok, we're not yeah. 17:33.10 noblemen Um, dry or I all right. 17:41.60 noblemen Um, right right? right? right? Yeah, right? Yeah, so so. 17:50.58 Shannon Amos Very different. 17:53.39 noblemen What is it that individuals can look to experience. Overall you know and in a Sumana experience. 17:58.31 Shannon Amos You know what we do is we really take the time to curate an experience for each and every person that's traveling with us and so rather than travel on a Rigid itinerary. It's a very free flowing itinerary. Let's say for example. 18:11.54 noblemen Right. 18:15.11 Shannon Amos We went to Egypt and and you want to just stay in a spa and get a massage that day and maybe a few people want to go on the nile and go kayaking or maybe they want to take a walk along you know in Cairo or something. It's it's. 18:22.14 noblemen And. 18:29.63 Shannon Amos The way that we craft it is so that you can have an experience that is unique to you and you know there are activities we do as a group which are really beautiful and lovely. But. 18:35.56 noblemen Um. 18:41.20 Shannon Amos Um, it's very free flowing you you move the way you need to move at the time you need to move and that allows people to really get the rest they need which is so important but also to um, enjoy the experience and not feel rushed. 18:50.31 noblemen Um, no. 18:53.47 noblemen Right? right? So So what? what piece of Advice. You know as you mentioned is you know getting Beyond sort of the propaganda that that is oftentime associated with traveling abroad. But but what piece of advice would you give someone that's. Sort of looking to take that leap of faith as you have and then just get out and travel abroad. 19:18.85 Shannon Amos Yeah, you know, um I say just do it get out of your way get out of your fear and just do it. But some advice I could give is that if you're planning to go to a country go on on a Facebook even if you don't like Facebook to set up an account you know for this purpose and. 19:31.80 noblemen By group. 19:35.15 Shannon Amos Look for expat groups in that country. For example, when I came to Mexico I joined like 3 or 4 different expat groups on Facebook and I was able to pretty much ask for anything that I was looking for and someone would answer and um I was also able to tap into communities of expats. That we're already living here. So it was like upon arrival I already knew a few people you know that I had spoken with that. You know, ah that could give me and kind of show me the ropes and it makes life so much easier in that way to have a connection when you arrive. 20:04.74 noblemen Um. 20:10.15 noblemen So Shan I know you I know you talked on it a little bit but if you could if you could unpack it just a little bit more about, um you know something you previously said about the indigenous wisdom and plant Medicine retreats. Um. 20:20.79 Shannon Amos In him. 20:25.28 noblemen Talk talk to us a little bit ah about that a little bit more what what to expect from that experience a little bit. 20:29.19 Shannon Amos Absolutely first off I know that you know we've been colonized into believing that plant medicine is drugs when it's absolutely. 20:39.26 noblemen Um I. 20:41.80 Shannon Amos Ah, the opposite drugs are um, you know what the government you know has deemed as such one to um, it is pharmaceuticals they are synthe synthetic medications those are actual drugs what grows in nature and what is in nature. Um, has the technology and the wisdom of plants and and when we look at things like for example, Psilocybin which is the street name would be called Magic mushrooms, mushrooms or fungi and fungi have been on this planet you know for. 21:04.96 noblemen Um. 21:15.94 Shannon Amos Probably be well way before man you know they they even say that it probably comes from the stars from stardust um, it holds the wisdom, the innate wisdom and intelligence of hundreds of thousands of years and indigenous people who live in um, in nature. 21:29.60 noblemen Um, remember. 21:33.97 Shannon Amos Are very tapped into the plants the herbs the various medicines and and what they can be used for It's scientists that come in and then cultivate it and turn it into um other you know, healing modalities and not to even say that all drugs in western culture are bad because clearly there are some that cure us and help us. But they also usually come with loads of side effects. So um, what we're doing is we're working with indigenous cultures who have been studying and understanding and working with various plant medicines for generation upon generation and we're bringing people into a safe space, a comfortable space. Working alongside our indigenous partners to create and share experiences to help elevate consciousness and some of those things for example are ayahuasca and psilocybin and both help there's scientific evidence now that shows they help relieve ptsd. Um, anxiety depression ocd um, and other there's studies now around alzheimer's Parkinson's and dementia so there are very powerful healing abilities that happen with these medicines. Um. If. You're not prepared or not feeling called to um the work with Psychedelic Plant medicines there are plenty of plant medicines that don't have a psychoactive effect that are also beneficial like cacao and cacao has a molecule called the bliss molecule which is a heart opener. 22:53.34 noblemen Um, I mean. 22:58.94 noblemen Um. 23:03.50 Shannon Amos Gets the blood flowing and it's a great to combine with other Healthcare practices. You can drink it every day. Um, you know it's better for you than Coffee. It's a super ah superfood a Super fruit Um, and it has multiple beneficial you know effects. So ah in a retreat with us. You get to experience on what you choose and you know we're not here to push anybody into anything with ayahuasca or psilocybin I would say if you feel called then we're here for you to support you if you're not ready for that. We're not here to try to make you Ready. We're here to support whatever your wellness needs are. 23:35.60 noblemen Um. 23:40.93 Shannon Amos And if it's movement if it's yoga if it's meditation you want to deepen your practice. All of that is available in our retreats. 23:48.57 noblemen That's certainly amazing and but you know as you said that? So so much you know I think so much education is still needed. Um in terms of you know how do you know? treat. Different ailments from a holistic perspective especially when you know as you mentioned we've been sort of conditioned. Um by primarily big pharma. Um, that did yeah have been conditioned to to think of you know, certain drugs in a certain way. Um. 24:11.61 Shannon Amos A. 24:21.68 noblemen So who who would you say would be you know sort of the ideal person in this case for your retreats. 24:28.89 Shannon Amos I would say someone who is tired exhausted feeling stuck burned out possibly suffering from depression anxiety. Also we have a lot of folks who are seekers who are um, going through a spiritual transition or or tapping into their you know. 24:34.30 noblemen Um, are you on. 24:46.81 Shannon Amos More of their spiritual spirituality or um, those who are seeking to expand their consciousness who are ready to you know to grow and ready to step into um their full purpose. We also get people who are suffering from addiction smoking cigarettes. Um alcoholism. 25:03.21 noblemen Um, and hope. 25:05.97 Shannon Amos Ah, tobacco drugs. You know hard drugs like ah cocaine and heroin so we see a broad spectrum of people we get moms and dads we have families come in with their adult children. Um, our youngest client was 19 years old who suffered from. Clinical depression and what we're able to do and what we're seeing is that a matter of fact I've had several clients now who've come in with clinical depression. We've been able to move them off of their drugs that had horrible side effects and onto micro dosing with psilocybin. 25:37.84 noblemen Um. 25:42.77 Shannon Amos And now they're thriving and when I hear that back from my clients when I have a client that tells me for the last twelve years I've been in misery and I'm finally sleeping I'm finally experiencing happiness and joy. That's what keeps me in this work. 25:59.59 noblemen Well Shannon you know there's certainly um, a a work um particularly in in the African American and latino community to be done in this area. Um I think I think even now. 26:11.26 Shannon Amos Um, yes. 26:17.25 noblemen As as we really begin to see things manifest at at levels that we've never seen before at a much younger age. Certainly um that that um, you know I personally believe that um mental health has to take a priority in America and. 26:23.36 Shannon Amos Um, yes. 26:36.90 noblemen And and it it may be needed in a number of different ways and certainly from a holistic natural perspective. You know? Um, yeah, so how do you feel today like with all the the 24 hour news cycle and the internet and social media and. 26:41.40 Shannon Amos Um, yeah, let's get. 26:54.88 noblemen All the streaming platforms um have have ah impacted you know mental health of people. You know, certainly you know I don't know if that all those things like go away you you turn all your cell phones in when you get on one of your retreats. So what have you? But how did you feel like you know, although that has. 27:09.60 Shannon Amos Um, same position. 27:13.21 Shannon Amos In a huge way because it's programming and when we are consuming that content when we're consuming things that aren't good for us things that sit in our body we're consuming it on a cellular level and that's why the work we're doing is is. 27:13.28 noblemen Impacted mental health of people. 27:29.24 noblemen Um. 27:32.26 Shannon Amos So amazing because we're really working on a cellular level to move that energy to move that programming to expand beyond it so that we can face it release it and let it go um the work that we do is you know from? Well let me go back for a second being black folks. And brown folks in America we're being exposed to so much violence on a regular basis and that's all trauma and we hold that in our body and it manifests in other ways as disease right? So so no wonder more people are having strokes no wonder more people are having heart attacks and suffering. 27:51.61 noblemen Um. 28:08.80 noblemen Are I. 28:10.90 Shannon Amos And attacks and Anxiety. We weren't designed for violence. We weren't designed to consume all this negativity and so yes, we do unplug during retreat. Um and we ask our our guests to but we also want to give you the tools so that when you go back into the world. That you're mindful of what you're consuming that you turn off the news and that you limit you know the programming you're receiving so that you can rewire your brain pretty much and part of that rewiring is also with the medicine because you're literally creating new neuro pathways. 28:40.68 noblemen Um, and and. 28:46.44 Shannon Amos And there's more neuro plasticity with the brain so integration integrating anything that you experience. It's going to help you shift into ah a you know higher frequency or vibration or into a better form of Health you have to integrate. 29:02.68 noblemen Um, right. 29:03.57 Shannon Amos Those tools into your life. So we also follow up with integration. 29:05.66 noblemen Awesome! That's wonderful sharing so listen Shannon before we go. How can you know people connect with you. Some of the things you're doing either online or through social media. 29:11.67 Shannon Amos Ones. 29:18.40 Shannon Amos Ah, you can go to sumana s u m a n a h dot com and you can see where we are and what we have coming up and you can follow me on Instagram at official Shannon Amos and also our business page is Sumana as. Soulle Sanctuary and sumana luxury travel. So we would love to have you all and really appreciate you. Events. Thank you. 29:40.44 noblemen Oh that's awesome I appreciate you too and I certainly look forward to connecting with you and you can get on one of these for trips retreats and I'm bringing a whole lot of other folks that I really think would tremendously benefit as a result of that. Um, so hey, thank you once again for joining us today and you know again, it certainly has been a pleasure and please come back and join us sometime. 30:02.50 Shannon Amos I would love to thank you so much Vincent. You guys have a great day. 30:05.78 noblemen Thank you. 30:18.58 noblemen Great share and subscribe on the Apple Podcast or wherever you listen.    

The Decolonized Christian Podcast
P-Valley & Rigid Gender/Sexual Expectations

The Decolonized Christian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 106:20


Join Greg, William, and special guest Andre Harris as they discuss the hit television show P-Valley and it's exploration of gender stereotypes and sexual expectations. Andre Harris is a PhD student in the field of Social Work National Sickle Cell Advocate National Sickle Cell Advocacy Network Founder, Black Men in Social Work President, Association of Black Social Workers University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work

Strive Seek Find
Get out of your Lane!

Strive Seek Find

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 7:54 Transcription Available


In today's episode  we talk about the importance to continuing to try new things as we age. How our reactions and expectations as adults to new learning are far different than those we have as children and how  to fight it.   Contact the ShowStrive Seek Find on Chancewhitmore.comSupport the show

Trend Following with Michael Covel
Ep. 1108: Elaine Fox Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

Trend Following with Michael Covel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 44:26


My guest today is Elaine Fox, a professor of Psychology and head of the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. A leader in research on the role of cognitive mechanisms in mental health across the lifespan, Professor Fox's work focuses on the nature of human emotions and why people respond differently to adversity and success. She has published over 120 academic papers in peer-reviewed journals or edited volumes.  The topic is her book Switch Craft: The Hidden Power of Mental Agility. In this episode of Trend Following Radio we discuss: Why she chose Donald Trump as an example Intellectual humility The supremacy of social media tools Rigid mindset into a growth mindset When is it necessary to be gritty Measuring mental agility Explaining dialectical behavioral therapy How do we get people to be more agile? Jump in! --- I'm MICHAEL COVEL, the host of TREND FOLLOWING RADIO, and I'm proud to have delivered 10+ million podcast listens since 2012. Investments, economics, psychology, politics, decision-making, human behavior, entrepreneurship and trend following are all passionately explored and debated on my show. To start? I'd like to give you a great piece of advice you can use in your life and trading journey… cut your losses! You will find much more about that philosophy here: https://www.trendfollowing.com/trend/ You can watch a free video here: https://www.trendfollowing.com/video/ Can't get enough of this episode? You can choose from my thousand plus episodes here: https://www.trendfollowing.com/podcast My social media platforms: Twitter: @covel Facebook: @trendfollowing LinkedIn: @covel Instagram: @mikecovel Hope you enjoy my never-ending podcast conversation!

LiftingLindsay's More Than Fitness
Update* My Body Recomp Progress - Tips on Body Recomposition

LiftingLindsay's More Than Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 39:32 Very Popular


Can someone who has been lifting weights for awhile still experience body recomposition? Can we sit around maintenance and put on muscle and shed down a little body fat at the same time? Over the past 3 years I have been blessed to learn biomechanics and program design and mentor from some of the best in the industry. I have felt that my programming and my abilities to push myself have really grown and increased. I wanted to see if I tracked all my data really well through a dexa if it was possible for me, as a trained individual, to be able to really put my programming and training skills to the test. Could I put on muscle and drop fat at the same time sitting closer to my maintenance calories.    I started my journey with a DEXA scan from DEXABODY. After 8 weeks I did another DEXA to see how things were moving. My weight was staying the same, but I felt changes. I share the DEXA results which are very interesting. in 4-6 weeks I will do 1 more DEXA to see how things end over the 12 week period.  Use code 'LIFTINGLINDSAY' to save $20 on your DEXA with DEXABODY. Click here to schedule. NEED optimized Training? Click HERE to sign up for the LiftingLindsay App where you can access my personal programming that I do, or choose from my other groups and programs.  Research cited Body Recomposition: Can Trained Individuals Build Muscle and Lose Fat at the Same TimeMore cited research - I talked about food fear mongering that goes on now a days. I am not a fan and it appears the more rigid the more likely we are to suffer negative consequences. Rigid control of eating behaviors in men and women is associated with more eating disorder symptoms and greater mood disturbances than was flexible control of eating behaviors (Timkho and Perone, 2005). A monotonous diet (such as one with little variety due to elimination of "forbidden" foods) triggers food cravings (Pelchat and Schaeffer, 2000), which has found to be associated with higher BMI and binge eating behaviors (Abilés et al., 2010; Moreno, Warren, Rodríguez, Fernández, & Cepeda-Benito, 2009). Rigid dieting control strategies have been found to be inversely correlated with dieting success, while flexible dieting control strategies has been found to be positively correlated with dieting success (Meule, Westenhöfer, and Kübler, 2011).

Spirit Cafe Podcast
S2 E29 "Rigid Thinking"

Spirit Cafe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 33:43


Tamara and John discuss "rigid thinking."Spirit Cafe Podcast with John & Tamara:https://www.youtube.com/c/SpiritCafePodcastFor Tamara Zoner: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TamaraZonerWebsite: http://www.TamaraZoner.comFor John Davis: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/JohnofNewWebsite: http://www.JohnofNew.comSpirit Cafe Podcast can be found on all the popular podcast platformson Facebook At: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritCafePodcastViews and opinions of Spirit Cafe guests do not represent the beliefs of Tamara Zoner or John Davis

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
836: Why is Pope Francis Obsessed with “Rigid” Latin Mass in new papal doc? DESIDERIO DESIDERAVI [Podcast]

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 68:42


Pope Francis has issued doc explaining his previous restriction of the Latin Mass in Traditionis Custodes. Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: Or listen to the audio mp3 here: If you'd like to order a copy of Taylor's new book Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within, you can order it […] The post 836: Why is Pope Francis Obsessed with “Rigid” Latin Mass in new papal doc? DESIDERIO DESIDERAVI [Podcast] appeared first on Taylor Marshall.