Today's guest is Verlon Roberts. This is Verlon's 2nd appearance on the pod.Verlon is an Actor, Comedian and Veteran of the US Marine Corps. He is also the voice behind Halo Infinite's Spartan Griffin.In this episode, the two discuss: Verlon leaking Halo Infinite details (05:29), answering listener questions (14:55), and the Alec Baldwin incident (35:20).AND SO MUCH MORE!Follow Verlon OnInstagramYoutubeIMDBFollow the Pod: @fandfpodFor more content: www.adamtillercomedy.comIntro Music: “End of the World”, Travis ThompsonOutro Music: “.wavpool”, Jaga“Story Time Theme Song”, Tirey, Jake Allen, and Depressica.
«Acuérdense de sus pastores y líderes en autoridad [pues han sido ellos], quienes les dieron a conocer la palabra de Dios. Observen con atención los resultados de su conducta… e imiten su fe» (Hebreos 13:7, AMP) Aparte de la Palabra de Dios y de la oración, no hay nada que pueda ayudarte más que el observar e imitar a un verdadero hombre de fe. Yo lo descubrí de una manera sorprendente hace muchos años cuando era estudiante en la Universidad Oral Roberts. Como copiloto del avión que transportaba al hermano Roberts y su personal a las campañas de sanidad, tuve la oportunidad de observarlo en acción: yo iba a donde él iba, lo oía predicar y lo veía imponer las manos sobre los enfermos. Nunca olvidaré el día que tuve la oportunidad de poner en práctica algo de lo que había aprendido con él. Yo había estado en algunas de sus campañas, pero todavía era muy inexperto en la vida espiritual. Se me había asignado la tarea de ayudar a las personas inválidas para que el hermano Roberts impusiera las manos sobre ellas. Era la primera vez que me encontraba en un salón rodeado de toda clase de enfermedades. Cuando el hermano Roberts entró, en vez de imponer él mismo las manos sobre las personas, me tomó por la manga del saco y me dijo: “Haz tú la oración y pon las manos sobre esas personas”. Debí haberme puesto pálido, pues nunca antes había orado por cosas como esas. Quizás hubiera orado por un dolor de cabeza o por un serio dolor en una uña, pero nada más. La primera mujer a la que nos acercamos tenía cáncer de estómago y pesaba menos de 40 kilos: era el retrato de la misma muerte. Me dirigí hacia ella y antes de que pudiera abrir mi boca, escuché una voz que dijo: “En el nombre de Jesús, toma tu lecho y anda”. Al instante, ella escupió ese cáncer sobre el piso. Luego saltó de ese lecho y gritó: “¡Estoy sana!”, y comenzó a correr por todo el salón. Esa experiencia cambió mi vida. Cuando me acerqué a la siguiente persona y levanté mis manos, podía sentir la sanidad fluyendo. Había visto a Jesús sanar por medio del hermano Roberts, así que, en mi mente, podía ver a Jesús sanando a través de mí. Tú puedes hacer lo mismo. Busca a una persona que camine en un nivel de fe y poder superiores a ti, y aprende de ella. Reconoce a Jesús en esas personas e imítalas. Con el tiempo, otros empezarán a ver a Jesús en ti. Lectura bíblica: 2 Reyes 2:1-15 © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.
June 17th, 2016 - Floyd, his best friend and his daughter set out on a 9 day backcountry hike on the Northern edge of the Grand Canyon. Late that day, the group briefly split up for no more than 30 minutes, to navigate around a small hill, before reaching the trailhead to start their hike. When his friends got to the other side of the hill, Floyd had vanished into thin air. Join us this week as we investigate the disappearance of Floyd Roberts. New Patreon supporter shout-outs: Anastasia Hamilton, Bozena Hagen, Jordan Haber, Robert Meyers, & Kassidy Myers. Want to help the show out and get even more Locations Unknown content! For as little as $1 a month, you can become a Patron of Locations Unknown and get access to special Patreon only episode, free swag, swag contests, your picture on our supporter wall of fame, our Patreon only Discord Server, and discounts to our upcoming Locations Unknown Store! Become a Patron of the Locations Unknown Podcast by visiting our Patreon page. Want to call into the show and leave us a message? Now you can! Call 208-391-6913 and leave Locations Unknown a voice message and we may air it on a future message! View live recordings of the show on our YouTube channel: Locations Unknown - YouTube Want to advertise on the podcast? Visit the following link to learn more. Advertise on Locations Unknown Learn about other unsolved missing persons cases in America's wilderness at Locations Unknown. Follow us on Facebook & Instagram. Also check us out on two new platforms - Pocketnet & Rumble.
Drew Roberts discovered late in life just how fast of a runner he is. He's won local races and has his sights set on some age-group records as some of the more famous ultras. We discover how he learned to build a good base and how to train right, for him. We also discuss how running helps people deal with addiction. Be sure to join the OCR Strava Run club and hang out with Drew Roberts. We discuss the woman who broke a new world record of 95 marathons in 95 days and the man who ran the Athens full marathon at 90 years old.
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Robert Bear is a long time prolific interviewer of inventors through his Invention Stories podcast. Check Robert out on his site https://inventionstories.com/ and everywhere you get podcasts. You can get the kindle version of Roberts new book “Women Inventors and the 7 Percent: The idea was just the beginning” for only $1.99 or grab the paperback! Here's the link. https://www.amazon.com/Women-Inventors-Percent-idea-beginning/dp/1304730824/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=women+inventors+robert+bear&qid=1637003916&qsid=145-1252295-3299758&sr=8-1&sres=B09GCVRF99%2CB0977M9383%2C0618195637%2C150117620X%2C1614756392%2C1951056353%2C0147515823%2C0374348103%2C0486272982%2C0062363603%2C0439472261%2C0997094877%2CB08WJLRTS1%2C0688064647%2CB07ZBYKV57%2CB07V4MS8ND&srpt=ABIS_BOOK Thank you Robert. You are a very passionate supporter of inventors. Thank you for doing what you do! How do you license an idea? How do you patent an invention? Learn how to become a profitable inventor and earn passive income from your creativity following the advice of inventors Stephen Key and Andrew Krauss. They are the world's leading experts on how to license a product idea. If you have an invention idea, inventRightTV is the show to watch. Stephen Key and Andrew Krauss are the cofounders of inventRight, a coaching program that has helped people from more than 65 countries license their ideas for new products. http://www.inventright.com If you have questions about how to invent, how to be creative, design, how to do market research, prototyping, manufacturing, negotiating, pitching, how to sell, how to cold call, how to reach out to open innovation companies, licensing agreements, non-disclosure agreements, patents, copyright, trademarks, and intellectual property in general — subscribe to inventRightTV! New videos every week, including tons of entrepreneur success stories. Inventing can be lonely, but you don't have to go it alone! Join the inventRight community for priceless inventor education, mentorship, support, accountability, hand-holding, honesty about the invention industry, and so much more. Contact us at #1-800-701-7993 or https://www.inventright.com/contact. This is the book you need to license your product idea: “One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work.” Find it here: http://amzn.to/1LGotjB. This is the book you need to file a well-written provisional patent application: “Sell Your Ideas With or Without a Patent.” Find it here: http://amzn.to/1T1dOU2. Determined to become a professional inventor? Read Stephen's new book "Become a Professional Inventor: The Insider's Guide to Companies Looking For Ideas": https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1653786256/ inventRight, LLC. is not a law firm and does not provide legal, patent, trademark, or copyright advice. Please exercise caution when evaluating any information, including but not limited to business opportunities; links to news stories; links to services, products, or other websites. No endorsements are issued by inventRight, LLC., expressed or implied. Depiction of any trademarks/logos does not represent endorsement of inventRight, LLC, its services, or products by the trademark owner. All trademarks are registered trademarks of their respective companies. Reference on this video to any specific commercial products, process, service, manufacturer, company, or trademark does not constitute its endorsement or recommendation by inventRight, LLC or its hosts. This video may contain links to external websites that are not provided or maintained by or in any way affiliated with inventRight, LLC. Please note that the inventRight LLC. does not guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of any information on these external websites. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.
Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 381 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on Friday November 19, 2021 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at GuardFrequency.com [Download this episode](Right click, Save As…) This Week’s Schedule Flight Deck […]
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We are back with Season 2! I decided it was time for a fresh start. New topics. New guests. New energy! Yea baby!We are kicking it off with a bang with the most raw and real episode there ever was. I sat down and talked with Robyn of Black Pearl Academy all about mental health and how we have both navigating needing to take a step back at times to focus on ourselves and our families. We didn't hold anything back.You can also find Robyn at http://instragram.com/blackpearlacademy.For our FREE Facebook support group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/lashartistssupport.To find out more about coaching with me or to book a FREE mini coaching session, go to https://samclancy.com.As usual, you can find the podcast and me at http://www.instagram.com/iamsamclancy and http://www.instagram.com/thelashpodcast.
We're getting back to our roots and talking about a Caribbean pirate. Bartholomew Roberts, or "Black Bart", is one of- if not THE- most successful of the Caribbean pirates, and the dude sure liked making flags with his face on 'em. From his tremendous successes at sea, to offering what was essentially health insurance, and dropping some pretty casual racism against the Irish, he was truly ahead of his time. He also gave us the code that only truly gained popularity when Johnny Depp talked about it in a Disney movie. Join the crew at patreon.com/trrpod email us at email@example.com Follow us on twitter! @podcastTRR Follow us on instagram! @trrpod Find us on facebook!
Happy Thanksgiving! We often misunderstand gratitude as either a means to our subjective well-being or as an obligation of debt to a giver. So what is the emotion of gratitude? Sameer Yadav (Westmont College) joins Ryan McAnnally-Linz to reflect on a better way to understand gratitude than owing it, being in debt to another person, seeing gratitude only through the dry indifference of a receiver's economic indebtedness to a giver. Gratitude as indebtedness creates problems especially when thinking about gratitude to God, and the two consider instead on a conception of gratitude based in sacrament and creatureliness, mystical shared witness, the meetness and rightness of thanks and praise, and a joyful recognition of the gifts in our lives. This understanding of gratitude would have truly seismic consequences for how we see the world. Thank you cards would no longer feel obligatory, and gratitude lists wouldn't have to be hacked for my subjective well-being, it would simply follow from the glad, mutual sharing in the gift of life from God, and the presence of being what we are to each other.This episode was made possible in part by the generous support of the Tyndale House Foundation. For more information, visit tyndale.foundation.Show Notes"A debt of gratitude": Is it helpful for Christians to think about gratitude?What do we owe to one another?Obligations tied up with debtsGratitude is historically tied up with political economyRobert C. Roberts, Spiritual Emotions: A Psychology of Christian VirtuesDebts of gratitude as deeply problematic because of (1) the dynamics it presents for human relationships and (2) Christian understanding of the emotionDavid Graeber, Debt: The First 5,000 YearsDebt, calculation, equivalenceOwing money vs owing favorsForcibly severing us from our contexts: Abstraction from relationships and dependencies"The Labor that Pays My Salary" (Isaac Villegas, The Christian Century)Seneca on gratitude—internal attention on giftThomas Aquinas on gratitudeImmanuel Kant on gratitude: You can never do enough as recipient, since you're only ever a respondent; the giver always acts firstAristotle on gratitude: Not a virtue for the magnanimous person, since you'd have to owe someone, and self-sufficiency is better than dependence—better to be a giver than receiverThe role of social hierarchy and the economic image of gratitudeGratia vs GratitudoModeling "gratitudo" on social superiority/inferiorityGratitude as an "unfortunate necessity"Apostle Paul: "For who sees anything different in you? What do you have that you did not receive? And if you received it, why do you boast as if it were not a gift?" (1 Corinthians 4:7)Affirmation of dependence as essential to the human condition; staunch independence as sinful pride"Why not just be happy with indebtedness?"Inverting the values of debt obligationIndebted to GodArgument by analogy: Aquinas's distinction between gratitudo and gratia: Everyone has equal indebtedness to God. A bad analogy when you do it on economic terms.Jeremy David Engels, The Art of GratitudeChristianity and the cancellation of debtChristian mystical tradition—Howard Thurman and the divine sharing with creationGod's life extended in creaturesRather than benefactor or beneficiary relationships, God is a transcendent, holy other ..."We're a witness and channel for God's holy presence."Gratitude as joyful recognition offered to GodPraise and GratitudeHoward Thurman: Gratitude as a sacramentAbraham Joshua Heschel: Gratitude as a windowReflecting light back to its sourceDavid Graeber: "What could possibly be more presumptuous, more ridiculous than to think it would be possible to negotiate with the grounds of one's existence? Of course it isn't. Insofar as it is indeed possible to come to any sort of relation with the absolute, we are confronting a principle that exists outside of time or human scale entirely, therefore as medieval theologians correctly recognize when dealing with the absolute, there can be no such thing as debt."Debt as a category mistakeJacob's Ladder: "You give me everything, and I'll give a tenth back to you.""God isn't dealing with losses and gains here."TransfigurationIntrinsic relationalityEucharistic prayer: "Let us give thanks to the Lord our God. / It is meet and right so to do."Glad, mutual sharing in the gift of one another to one anotherIntrinsically egalitarian dimension to sharingEugene McCarraher, The Enchantments of Mammon: How Capitalism Became the Religion of Modernity: "without faith in the sacramental nature of the world, we anchor ourselves in the illusionary and inevitably malevolent apparatus of domination."Eucharist = "thanks"Introduction (Evan Rosa)This is the obligatory gratitude podcast for the week before Thanksgiving. Thank you. You're welcome. But in all seriousness: Here's to hoping that you're listening to this in the peace and rest and warmth of family and loving community.But I have to be honest about something; I'm not very good at thank you notes. Don't get me wrong, I try my best to communicate verbally my gratitude for the people and gifts in my life, and I'm ever—often painfully aware of my dependence on others, my need for them, my profound linkage to them. But I feel pretty bad that when it comes to writing the note and formalizing the payment of my debt of gratitude, I falter.Part of the problem, I gauge, besides the grossness of my narcissism, is that I feel so indebted, so obligated to do it, like my gratitude to you just doesn't count if I don't write the note, or that it's less about the giver and more about the card or the transaction. There's something wrong there.But I'm equally tempted to err in another way: Ever since I learned from positive psychology that I could hack my own thankfulness for happiness, I tend to exploit gratitude just to feel better.Our episode today will correct me on both counts, both for thinking of gratitude as something to be exploited for my personal well-being and for thinking of gratitude as an obligation.Today on the show Sameer Yadav, a theologian at Westmont College, joins Ryan McAnnally-Linz to reflect on a better way to understand gratitude than owing it, being in debt to another person, seeing gratitude only through the dry indifference of a receiver's economic indebtedness to a giver. Gratitude as indebtedness creates problems especially when thinking about gratitude to God, and the two consider instead on a conception of gratitude based in sacrament and creatureliness, mystical shared witness, the meetness and rightness of thanks and praise, and a joyful recognition of the gifts in our lives.This understanding of gratitude would have truly seismic consequences for how we see the world. Thank you cards would no longer feel obligatory, and gratitude lists wouldn't have to be hacked for my subjective well-being, it would simply follow from the glad, mutual sharing in the gift of life from God, and the presence of being what we are to each other.And I would be remiss if I didn't take the opportunity to thank each of you, our listeners and subscribers, for joining us each weekend for these conversations. It's our joy to produce them for you, and I don't even feel obligated to say that. Not in the least. So I guess remiss was the wrong word there cuz that means faulting a duty. Aye! That's why we need this episode.So, how about this: Thanks for sharing in the gift of making this podcast. Enjoy.Production NotesThis podcast featured theologians Sameer Yadav and Ryan McAnnally-LinzEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
On today's episode of In Unison we're continuing our mini-series of conversations with the composers whose works will be premiered on IOCSF's Freshly Squeezed program on December 4th and 18th this year. Today we're chatting with IOCSF's current Composer-in-Residence, Michael T Roberts, about all sorts of things, but most importantly his new composition—a prayer for rain of sorts—entitled “Come to Us in Water.” We may also discover whether or not Mike is a witch…! http://www.inunisonpodcast.com/episodes/s04e11#transcript (Episode transcript) Edited by https://www.inunisonpodcast.com/fausto (Fausto Daos) Music excerpts “https://www.hotmike.com/prayer.html (A Prayer in Spring),” by Michael T Roberts, text by Robert Frost, performed by http://www.choralchameleon.com (Choral Chameleon) “https://www.hotmike.com/o-child.html (O Child),” by Michael T Roberts, performed by http://www.iocsf.org (International Orange Chorale of San Francisco) “https://youtu.be/Iiswj0981G8 (Zoom)” by Michael T Roberts, performed by http://www.iocsf.org (International Orange Chorale of San Francisco) Episode references https://www.hotmike.com/ (Michael T Roberts) Theme Song:https://music.apple.com/us/album/mr-puffy/1457011536?i=1457011549 ( Mr. Puffy) by Avi Bortnik, arr. by Paul Kim. Performed byhttp://www.dynamicjazz.dk/ ( Dynamic)
Sophie Roberts is working on an ambitious Silo commission called Break Bread which broadcasts the rambunctious hidden lives of all of us. Working under the constraints of the pandemic, the production looks to move beyond traditional black box theatre and into the digital sphere while retaining the shared, immersive characteristics of live theatre.
Episode No. 524 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Odili Donald Odita and David Hartt. Odili Donald Odita is featured in "Point of Departure: Abstraction 1958-Present" at the Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska. The exhibition is drawn from the Sheldon's excellent collection of two-dimensional abstraction and reveals how artists have used abstraction to advance ideas and ideologies from outside art's own history. Odita's abstract paintings marry color and composition to history, sociopolitical investigation and ideology. He has fulfilled major mural commissions for museums such as the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. Recent exhibitions of his work have included the Laumeier and Jeske Sculpture Parks in Saint Louis and Ferguson, Missouri, the ICA Miami, the Sarasota Museum of Art, the Front International triennial in Cleveland, the Newark Museum of Art, and more. David Hartt is the subject of a Hammer Projects exhibition on view at the Hammer Museum through January 2, 2022. The show features Hartt's 2020 The Histories (Old Black Joe), two jacquard-woven tapestries and a quadraphonic soundtrack arranged by musician Van Dyke Parks. Hartt's work joins and interrogates three nineteenth-century figures : American painter Robert S. Duncanson, Trinidadian painter Michel-Jean Cazabon, and composer Stephen Foster, whose song “Old Black Joe” has endured as a dying slave's lament even though of Foster mostly wrote for blackface minstrel shows. The Hammer presentation was curated by Aram Moshayedi with Nicholas Barlow. Other Hartt museum projects have included "David Hartt: A Colored Garden," which just closed at The Glass House in New Canaan, Conn., and exhibitions at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Graham Foundation in Chicago, LAXArt in Los Angeles, the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, and the Studio Museum in Harlem.
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In today's podcast, we present part two of a panel moderated by Richard Neustadt with four members of President John F. Kennedy's executive committee–Robert S. McNamara, George W. Ball, McGeorge Bundy, and U. Alexis Johnson–as they reconvene twenty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis to reflect on the lessons learned. Here is “The Cuban Missile Crisis Revisited: Phase 2, Part II.” Listen now.
Spanky called me the other day and told me he was puttin' a — heart to god — puttin' a jet engine in his jalopy. Thought Horizon had got to the guy's head or somethin' but next thing I know that weekend I hear the telltale sound of a sonic boom comin' from Spanky's place. Musta been him. Nothin' else it coulda been.Follow Dom: https://twitter.com/dominickneroIt's Video Games: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8bmmYsW/Discussed: Forza Horizon 5, Unsighted, Mario Party Superstars, Unpacking, Shin Megami Tensei V---Find us everywhere: https://intothecast.onlineJoin the Discord: https://theworstgarbage.onlineFollow Stephen Hilger: https://twitter.com/StephenHilgerFollow Brendon Bigley: https://twitter.com/brendonbigley---Produced by AJ Fillari: https://twitter.com/ajfillariSeason 4 Cover Art by Scout Wilkinson: https://scoutwilkinson.myportfolio.com/---Join the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/intothecastThanks to all of our amazing patrons! | Kyle S | ninjadeathdog | Sous Chef Russell | Greg | Zachary G | Adnan S | Celia S | Chris P | Lukerfuffle | David O | Kelly | Rory B | Adam V | JTH | David M | Varsha S | Stumpy J | Verlinp | Matthew W | Andy S | evie | A42PoundMoose | Sam T | Maxwell H | Robert M | Jonah K | Morgan M | Robb S | Owen P | Samuel H | Michael W | Andrew S | Tom | Mitchell J | Justin M | Will L | InterJustin | Evan H | Sam B | Robert O | Xavier K | Charlie E | Theresa N | Jamal M | Korey | Thomas W | Monte J | Liam M | Nick S | Jellums | Peter R | Jennifer S | Will H | Derek H | Brian D | Augusto D | Ethan K | Michael O | Brandon B | Peter H | Matt S | Albatross Soup | Noah H G | Christiaan S | Nick P | Ryan O | CosmicBluesMinis | Derek N | Megan T | Josiah R | Austin B | Kaija R | Khaleel G | Rowan | Sam S | Hunter F | Togame1 | JT | John H | Makenzie B | James O | SalivationArmy | Bishop_Tacos | Alex L | Dakota K | Ryan H | Blake M | Wanda S. | Scott T | Rachel L | Ian B | Onatah | Samuel H | Myles H | Wiley K | Moonstone5tella | garretsr | Eric D | Latte709 | Phillip F | Charles S | The WolfeKnight | Patrick M | Michael N | Brigitte L | Lee R | James Y | Reuben J | John C | Anisa | Maurice | Nick M | Trey L | Sam N | Madeleine | Randal S | Matthew M | leigha | Michael N | Connor | Garrett P | Justin W | Brendan K | Michaela | Adam G | Sebastian P | Júlía H | Marc | Christopher S | Alanna O | Scott R | Jackson F | Megan B | Erika Y | Christopher D | Matt D | Sebastian E | Liam B | Meredith | wreck | Daniel C | Coop | Brian M | Richie | Alexander M | Andrew K | Roc B | Alex G | Dan O | Laura W | Roberto S | Leo C | Wishbone | saddlebread | Roberge | Ian A | Max M | Michael V | Kyle R | Selina A | Noah O | Rich E | Michael G | Arcturus | Raihan S | Matthew M | Rowan S | Chris R | leastest | Kyle L | Anthony G | Adam | The Binding of Andrew | Hepahe | Jake L | Conor P | Cory F | Luke L | Matt C | Cian | John J P | GJ C | Mr Mallard | Sarah G | Vanessa J | Jack F | Kelsey J | Chase A | Elyse H | Anna | Nick Q | Tom H | Wes K | Erica S | Maria D | Chris M | RB | Jared B | Toots M | Aaron D | David C | Karen H | Walter N B | Kristin T | Joseph P | Tom W | Chad W | Chy J-B | Michaela W | Ryan W | Adam F | Scott H | Denys T | Lauren H | Andrew M | Alexander St. P | Griffin F | Ben G | killian | Therese K | Matthew V | Nick C | Zach A | SpagooliDude | Andrew L | Justin H | Alyssa R | jgprinters | Rob K | Justin C | Jess B | Matt H | bsushi | sebsab | Lilie G | Ian L | Chris | Pat M | markh | Craig | Matt F | Sebastian V N | Joeri B | Maryanne D | SkinTightAlloy | Dennis C | Eliot O B | Shelly B | William L | Brendon T | Robert S | Murray | Trevor B | salutepeezy | Andrew D | David P | Alex M | Catherine O | Josh G | noname | Jason | Bede R | Mark O | Jeff C | Brett S | Inês G. | Kim M | Kamrin H | Minh T | Andrew D | Marxelle | Akira | Christopher B | Melimuffinpie | bolt | Scout W | Philip N★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
We're happy to continue our conversation with Corella Roberts in today's episode. We talk about why she writes about soul care and soul restoration. We talk specifically about a series of posts she wrote over the summer called Seasons of the Soul and so much more. Join us and let Corella encourage you in the Lord.Born and raised in northern Idaho, Corella's love for books and writing developed at an early age as her imagination was her only playmate for miles. After high school, she ventured off to St. Paul, MN where she earned a degree from University of Northwestern and first heard the call to be a missionary teacher. She married her high school sweetheart, Troy Roberts, and they moved to teach in a village of about fifty people in bush Alaska. After seven years, during which time they almost gave up on missions entirely, God saw fit to rekindle their desire to teach in unreached parts of the world, and they moved to Chiang Rai, Thailand. They have two spunky children who love cats and hamsters, they eat cheap Thai food to their hearts' content, and they support the amazing community of missionaries there through teaching and organizing community events. Recently, God has invited Corella to return to her passion for writing, and she published a book, Colliding with the Call, about the literal and spiritual wilderness she experienced in Alaska, and the surprise of finding God's fingerprints all over that part of her story.Find Corella Roberts writing content at:https://linktr.ee/corella.robertsSeasons of the Soul Series:Discover the Season of your SoulThe Spiritual Season of AutumnIs Your Soul in a Spiritual Winter?How to Plant Well in a Spiritual SpringSummer of the SoulFind Corella's book:Colliding with the Call - On AmazonFind Corella on social media at:https://www.facebook.com/corellaroberts/https://www.instagram.com/corella.roberts/Enter the GiveawayInstagram PostList of resources mentioned in episode, suggested reading & social media handles:Dunn Brothers Coffee - https://dunnbrothers.com/Summer Moon Coffee - https://summermooncoffee.com/Follow Coffee Time Conversations, or Robert or Rebecca on Social Media: InstagramCoffee Time Conversations - https://www.instagram.com/coffeetime.conversationsRebecca - https://www.instagram.com/prince_beckRobert - https://www.instagram.com/robertprinceFacebook
Starting with a strong premiere at Sundance 2021 and recently garnering 5 Gotham Independent Film Award Nominations, PASSING has been in Award Season conversations for the better part of the year. But does it have enough praise to make it all the way to Oscar Sunday? We break down Rebecca Hall's feature length directorial debut with Untitled Cinema Gals Project's Morgan Roberts and give our take on the film's best chances to be nominated in the coming months. PASSING follows the unexpected reunion of two high school friends, whose renewed acquaintance ignites a mutual obsession that threatens both of their carefully constructed realities. Starring Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga, and Andre Holland. Follow The NOMCAST - Netflix Original Movie Podcast on Twitter/Instagram @nomcastpod Visit us on the web at nomcastpod.com Thanks to Marvel Dice Throne for supporting today's episode. Please use the following link to check out their Kickstarter, support the campaign, and reserve your copy. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dicethrone/marvel-dice-throne?ref=e4adag (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dicethrone/marvel-dice-throne?ref=e4adag) Our intro and outro music is "The Poor Surgeon" by O'K and the Night Crew
Okay so I had to get an expert in here because I'm actually not that amazing at digital admin. I have high functioning anxiety which means that my brain never lets me forget a single thing. I still write things down in my calendar app but I'm never shocked when I see a reminder in there because it's likely I've been worrying about it at 3am. For everyone else who isn't totally highly strung I have Dinah Rowe-Roberts from Life Admin Life Hacks. I was featured on her and Mia's podcast a few months ago and now I've invited her here to have a chat about all things digital admin. This week's bonus is a list of Very Excellent Productivity apps. You can get that by becoming a Patreon. If you want more you can follow me on Instagram @veryexcellenthabits and sign up for my newsletter here. You can join the Facebook group here. Have a rad day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 380 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on Friday November 12, 2021 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at GuardFrequency.com [Download this episode](Right click, Save As…) This Week’s Schedule Flight Deck […]
When you think of your home or your childhood, what comes to mind? Did you feel cared for and loved? Did you trust that your parents were always doing what's best for you? Whether you are a parent or a child, healthy communication is one of the most important aspects of an intentional relationship with your family. Today's guest, Ebony Roberts, is a writer, educator, activist, and mother. After ending their relationship, she and her ex-partner (author Shaka Senghor) decided to continue co-parenting their child. In this episode, she shares tips on how to establish good communication at home and gives deep insight on how to prioritize trust, open-ness, and of course, love. You can read more about Ebony's story in her book, “The love prison made and unmade” (Harper Collins, 2019) and check out her talk at TED.com We want to know what you think about the podcast! Let us know your thoughts by visiting this link https://survey.prx.org/BetterHuman—and get a chance to be featured in a future episode. To learn more about "How to Be a Better Human," host Chris Duffy, or find footnotes and additional resources, please visit: go.ted.com/betterhuman
Do you ever feel numb from rejection? Perhaps it's time to see rejection as a redirection. What if rejection was actually the sign to uncover your own path on your own terms? Your very own Sales Maven, Nikki Rausch, is here to offer tips, techniques, and strategies to master your sales conversations. Discover methods to place yourself in the position to thrive in business and produce true value for your audience. Today, learn to effectively implement the language of sales techniques from real examples on social media with this episode of the Sales Maven Show. Solita Roberts is bringing her Sales Success Story as a Sales Maven Society member after growing comfortable with sales conversations and standing strong in her pricing for her services. Solita talks about her 15 years in banking and finances, then goes on to explain why this did not matter once she immigrated to the US. Starting over in a new country, Solita recalls that she kept getting rejection after rejection, until finally deciding to rely on her own approval, and say “yes” to building her own path. According to Solita, the number one investment that most entrepreneurs forget is styling and image. Lacking proper investment could miss an opportunity to get people to inquire about your services further. That is how Style to Impact came into existence. Style to Impact is an image coaching, personal styling business. The initiative focuses on women entrepreneurs and founders to help them look the part, choose authentic outfits, and make sure that they show up as their authentic selves in any space they enter. Style is a way to feel confident, and if the style is cohesive enough, the style can signal your attractive points to your ideal clients. Nikki and Solita discuss how style leverages judgment, which methods help frame wording with a more relaxed tone, and how to be more sure about pricing of services. Nikki wants to invite you to join the Sales Maven Society, don't miss this opportunity for you and Nikki to work together. Bring your questions, concerns, sales challenges, and she provides answers and guidance to boost your confidence. Join the Sales Maven Society here, click add to cart, and then checkout and use coupon code: 47trial to get your first month for $47.00! In This Episode: [00:42] - Welcome, and thank you for listening! [02:47] - Solita Roberts shares the two main factors that led her to starting her own entrepreneurial journey. [04:58] - Filled with hope, Solita started her business Style to Impact. What does starting mean to her? [06:43] - Nikki shares the deeper mission behind the confidence building related to clothes and creating a cohesive look. [09:25] - Style to Impact offers private and group coaching to bring empowerment through style. Solita explains how she brings out a woman's personal style. [12:05] - Dress for the client you want. Dress for the ideal client. [15:02] - Judgements are made quickly. Nikki discusses the human nature of conclusions brought from observations. [16:43] - Solita emphasizes the difference between using observations to make decisions and forcing negative meanings from perceptions. [19:13] - Nikki takes a moment to point out the NLP strategy Solita naturally used in her analogy for judgement. [20:55] - Solita encourages anyone who wants to learn the language of sales to join the Sales Maven Society. [23:22] - Listen to Solita tell the story of when she finally could recognize the value and pricing of her services. [25:46] - Nikki and Soliata discuss the importance of measuring pricing that resonates with an entrepreneur's business. [28:29] - Solita helps connect the dots for how the language of sales built her confidence in understanding her ideal clients. [30:58] - Nikita suggests that entrepreneurs learn to confidently state the credibility and authority of their work. [33:28] - Solita gives a real example of testing her language of sales skills when notifying a client of a service change. Listen to what happened. [35:31] - These are the small shifts that can make a huge impact on how entrepreneurs connect with clients beyond generic responses. [37:29] - Nikki congratulates Solita on her tremendous success in her business as she implements new practices. [40:22] - Solita says when thinking of investing in self, the only thing to focus on is implementing methods step by step. [41:56] - Thank you for listening. Nikki is so grateful you are here! Find Nikki: Nikki Rausch firstname.lastname@example.org @yoursalesmaven Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram Sales Maven Society To download free Resources from Nikki: www.yoursalesmaven.com/maven Find Solita: Solita Roberts email@example.com LinkedIn | Pinterest | Instagram
It's almost that time of year again…you know, the time when you have to listen to your borderline racist family members talk about social issues at the Thanksgiving table?? *eye roll* This week, we're joined by Host of The Uncomfortable Podcast and content creator, Dom Roberts to talk about how to make those conversations with your family about race a bit more bearable. Follow: Kamie Crawford @kamiecrawford & @relationshit Follow: Dom Roberts @domrobxrts & @theuncomfortableorg Produced by Dear Media