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Simmons and Moore Podcast
SAMPC 281: the Quinoa Struggle 

Simmons and Moore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 99:37


  Post Thanksgiving Pre-Christmas craziness has begun! what wouldn't Adam do for Lady Gaga? spoiler alert: NOTHING. Bobby talks about how important it is to make your girl laugh, and what the truth of uncuffing season means!  don't be a bitch Warner Brother's, we play a lot of music on this episode. ⭕️ SAMPC is available exclusively on the Inner Circle Podcast Network ⭕️    THIS EPISODE AND EVERY EPISODE OF SAMPC IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE POWER OF @JITZSOAP go to jiujitsusoapco.com and use the codeword SAMPC for 15% your next purchase! don't be a stinky bitch!  SAMPC is also sponsored by OhFishl Clothing!   Rooted in hip hop, ohfishl is a street wear brand creating high quality tshirts, hats and jewelry at an affordable price. Featuring recreations of classic hip hop and sports logos as well as original designs there's something at ohfishl for all tastes. Check out ohfishl.com that's O-H-F-I-S-H-L and use code SAMPC to save 25% off your order of beautiful hand crafted tshirts, hats and jewelry. Ohfishl clothing. Live by your own rules OHFISHL.COM RIGHT NOW AND USE THE CODEWORD “SAMPC” FOR 25% YOUR PURCHASE!   DONATE TO MOVEMBER:    https://movember.com/t/SAMPC S  

Meaning Full Living
41: Raising good humans with Dr. Aliza Pressman

Meaning Full Living

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 44:36


This week we sit down with the parenting guru of all parenting gurus, Dr. Aliza Pressman. Rooted in her belief that there's no one way to parent, Dr. Aliza has devoted her career to empowering all types of parents and caregivers through a framework of practical tools to help us feel good about our choices. In this episode, we pick her brain about how to handle before and after school meltdowns, self-criticism, and different parenting styles – what they mean and how to intentionally lean into our own which may be different from the way we were raised. The mom of 2, developmental psychologist, host of the Raising Good Humans podcast, and parent coach is one of those people whose knowledge and approach has the power to make us feel completely empowered and confident. Whether you're a parent to be or have a tot or teen, you'll leave this one empowered, calm, and confident.  Listen to Flip and Mozi's Guide to How to be an Earthling everywhere right now Artifactuprising.com/meaningfull code MEANINGFULL15 for 15% off your order Printfresh.com code LIVING for 15% off your first order Follow Country Heat Weekly wherever you get your podcasts Produced by Dear Media.

SuperPower Up! | Super Power Kids | Sex, Love and SuperPowers | SuperPowers of the Soul

Why is the vital importance of postpartum care so overlooked and what can we do about it? In this episode of Superpower Mommas, host Tatiana Berindei talks with postpartum doula, mother of four, and creator of the Center for Sacred Window Studies, Christine Devlin Eck, about the importance of receiving nurturance during the postpartum window. Rooted in the Universal Mother Principles, Christine shares what new moms need and how to give it best. If you are a mom - or know a mom, new or not, you will want to tune in to this one today!

Rampage Radio Podcast
Rooted Man: Ep 45 - Sex with angels? Is incest ok?!

Rampage Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 27:40


Had a great week in the word because I made sure to prioritize my time with the Lord.  Was I tired a little? Sure.  But it's always worth it and the difference is so obvious.  This week I went back to the beginning because I just wondered yet again... why did man choose to depart from God?  Why did this happen?  I was reminded that we are given choice and that Adam and Eve chose; even though they were deceived.  But Genesis 6 talked about the "Sons of God".  Who were they?  Who were the Nephilim?  I talk about these things this week.  Stay Rooted!

Art World
Ep. 89 Caitlin Mary Margarett

Art World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 51:50


Caitlin Mary Margarett is a Midwestern artist, born and raised between Minnesota and Iowa. CMM attends the University of Wisconsin-Madison, seeking an MFA in 4D (2024). She holds a BFA in performance art and a BA in art history from the University of Northern Iowa (2018). Rooted in a durational, performative practice, CMM's work shifts between seeking an esthetic, spiritual ambience and an immediate, frenetic urgency about our climate crisis. Her work is a multimedia exploration of place and the near past; utilizing video, photography, ceramics, antiques, and textiles to evoke both nostalgia and solastalgia. She has most recently been analyzing her local ecology and considering the Midwest landscape as an article of history in and of itself. The 100 Days project is a durational performance practice that began in 2020, illustrating the timeline of the Midwest's loss in biodiversity alongside her maternal family's immigration from Denmark to Iowa. The project is focused on generating a discussion surrounding our concept of time, ecological and cultural erosion, and grief. In 2021, her 100 Days V.ii documented the Iowa Derecho's damage and showed her multi-day pilgrimage across the state. In the final days of V.ii, CMM documented the homes, graves, and churches of her maternal line, and the Rompot prairie that was destroyed by Cargill and the City of Cedar Rapids. Through 100 Days V.i in 2020, CMM cataloged much of her surrounding landscape and domestic rituals at the onset of the pandemic. CMM's art practice is a means to make sense of her own feminist spirituality within systems of cultural / ecological flourishing and suffering. Her work poses questions about individual agency, and the experience of being locked in cycles of redemption and reemergence. These recurring threads, woven into narratives around site specificity and our connection to place, coalesce into new work that asks what our roles are as we brace for the impact of our climate emergency. Her work has been shown throughout the Midwest, at 2021's Miami Art Week as a part of the PERFORMANCE IS ALIVE / Satellite Show that runs concurrent with Art Basel Miami; at Louisiana State University for the 2019 Queeramics Symposium; in Ceramics Monthly; Emergency Index V. 8 and V. 9; and Aesthetica Magazine. She is currently preparing for her research trip to Denmark in 2022 and her solo show in Berlin, Germany, at LiTEHAUS GALERIE & PROJEKTRAUM, also slated for 2022. CMM's next upcoming solo show is scheduled at ARTIFACT Gallery, New York, NY, on January 11-29, 2023. https://www.caitlinmarymargarett.com/

The Family Business Podcast
Family Business Week - Sir John Timpson

The Family Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 54:33


To celebrate Family Business Week we are looking back over some of our favourite interviews with UK family businesses. Today's interview is with Sir John Timpson. Timpson's is one of the UK's most recognisable brands and their culture is the envy of most. We hear about how this culture is embedded into the business and reflected across the country by empowered staff. We also hear about Sir John's experience of fostering many children alongside his late wife Alex. As someone who grew up in a home that fostered those less fortunate than me, I can relate to how impactful the experience must have been for them. The link for the Alex Timpson Trust is - https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/donation-web/charity?charityId=1013855&stop_mobi=yes (here) About Family Business Week Family Business Week is a week long celebration of family businesses as a force for good The pandemic has once again highlighted the vital role that businesses play in supporting their local communities, and it is these community-focused values that are at the heart of family businesses. Rooted in their local communities, family businesses provide a long-term, sustainable model which views business as a force for good.  Family Business Week 2021 is a week-long celebration of family businesses, particularly in relation to supporting local communities across all parts of the UK, and providing a platform to highlight the role of business as a force for good.  Led by the Institute for Family Business (IFB), the voice of the UK's family business sector. Find out more at https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinessweek.co.uk (www.familybusinessweek.co.uk) Support the Show The podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com/support (www.fambizpodcast.com/support) Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: russ@familybusinesspartnership.com or head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinesspartnership.com (www.familybusinesspartnership.com) Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your inbox by signing up to the newsletter. Head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com (www.fambizpodcast.com) and sign up now Support this podcast

Why Tho
Holiday Survival Guide Pt. 2

Why Tho

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 32:25


As usual, there are heavy topics to talk about. Julius Jones, Kyle Rittenhouse, and Ahmaud Arbery has us talking about the difficult, painful reality of sons in America. That led us to boundaries, and what we are, and are not going to fight about at the Thanksgiving table. Also, what we are saying no to, code words and signs that it's time to go, and the things that are bringing delight to us right now. (Please order 10m blow dry brush here: https://amzn.to/3l8eRJ7 and solve all your dry skin problems here: https://www.grove.co/catalog/product/Rooted-hand-cream ) And of course, we shared our anti-turkey Thanksgiving meal plans. Remember, most of you are adults. You're in control of your life and relationships. You're a powerful person. Make decisions toward sanity and generosity. Happy anti-turkey day! Love Why Tho? Take 5 seconds to support us and rate the show! Take two minutes, and leave a review. Got one more minute? Share Why Tho with a friend! Check out more of our resources: www.tiffanybluhm.com www.ashabercrombie.org IG accounts mentioned: @blackliturgies @lisasharper @saltermcneil

The Family Business Podcast
Family Business Week - HMG Paints

The Family Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 64:01


To celebrate Family Business Week here in the UK we are looking back over some of our favourite interviews with UK family businesses. Today's interview is with Jonathan Falder of HMG Paints. We talk about how their culture is embodied throughout the business with multiple generations of the same families working for HMG. We also hear about Jonathan's experience of coming face to face with an alien! About Family Business Week Family Business Week is a week long celebration of family businesses as a force for good The pandemic has once again highlighted the vital role that businesses play in supporting their local communities, and it is these community-focused values that are at the heart of family businesses. Rooted in their local communities, family businesses provide a long-term, sustainable model which views business as a force for good.  Family Business Week 2021 is a week-long celebration of family businesses, particularly in relation to supporting local communities across all parts of the UK, and providing a platform to highlight the role of business as a force for good.  Led by the Institute for Family Business (IFB), the voice of the UK's family business sector. Find out more at https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinessweek.co.uk (www.familybusinessweek.co.uk) Support the Show The podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com/support (www.fambizpodcast.com/support) Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: russ@familybusinesspartnership.com or head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinesspartnership.com (www.familybusinesspartnership.com) Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your inbox by signing up to the newsletter. Head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com (www.fambizpodcast.com) and sign up now Support this podcast

Kalos Church Podcast
Sharing Your Faith With Others // Rooted // Amreitha Jeeva

Kalos Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


Cultivate a Good Life
170: 2021 Holiday Gift Guide

Cultivate a Good Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 79:29


SPONSOR: Visit shinecosmetics.com and enter code BECKY at checkout to save at least 10% off your order. . Links and codes for all the gift ideas Becky Proudfit shared. Reach out to her on instagram if you have questions: @beckyproudfit . The Root Beer Store // https://therootbeerstore.com // Root beer subscription . Historic Mail // https://historicmail.com // IG: @historic_mail // Historic letter subscription . Hive & Home // https://hiveandhomeshop.com // Refillable Dough Bowl Candles and monthly subscription // CODE: BECKY for 20% off . JUDY // https://judy.co // Emergency essentials . Rooted // https://heyrooted.com // Plant delivery service . Goal Zero // https://www.goalzero.com // Portable energy solutions . The Adventure Challenge // https://www.theadventurechallenge.com // 52-week scratch-off adventure books // CODE: JORDANPAGE for 10% off . I Chart You // https://ichartyou.com // IG: @ichartyou // Genealogy charts and children’s family history journals . BYLT Basics // https://byltbasics.com // Quality men’s basics . Blue Lobster Puzzles // https://bluelobsterpuzzles.com // Puzzles // CODE: BECKY20 for 20% off . Kizik // https://kizik.com // Stylish slip-on shoes // CODE: BECKYPROUDFIT10 for 10% off . Gabb // https://gabbwireless.com // Kid-safe tech – watches and phones // Code: BECKY for 50% off . Loopy Cases // https://www.loopycases.com // Looped phone cases to help you #StoptheDrop // Code: BECKY15 for 15% off . Stairslide // https://stairslide.com // Turn your stairs into a slide . Cozy Earth // https://cozyearth.com // Bamboo bedding and pajamas // visit @sarahjanestudios on Instagram for limited-time savings up to 45% . Recess Pickleball //

The Family Business Podcast
Family Business Week - The Arbikie Distillery

The Family Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 52:00


To celebrate Family Business Week we are selecting some of our favourite interviews with family businesses here in the UK. Today's interview is with Iain Stirling from Arbikie. We discuss the collaboration that led to them creating the worlds first carbon positive Gin. About Family Business Week Family Business Week is a week long celebration of family businesses as a force for good The pandemic has once again highlighted the vital role that businesses play in supporting their local communities, and it is these community-focused values that are at the heart of family businesses. Rooted in their local communities, family businesses provide a long-term, sustainable model which views business as a force for good.  Family Business Week 2021 is a week-long celebration of family businesses, particularly in relation to supporting local communities across all parts of the UK, and providing a platform to highlight the role of business as a force for good.  Led by the Institute for Family Business (IFB), the voice of the UK's family business sector. Find out more at https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinessweek.co.uk (www.familybusinessweek.co.uk) Support the Show The podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com/support (www.fambizpodcast.com/support) Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: russ@familybusinesspartnership.com or head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinesspartnership.com (www.familybusinesspartnership.com) Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your inbox by signing up to the newsletter. Head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com (www.fambizpodcast.com) and sign up now Support this podcast

The Family Business Podcast
Family Business Week - Maurizio Bragagni

The Family Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 61:39


To celebrate Family Business Week here in the UK we are selecting some of our favourite interviews with family businesses here in the UK. This episode is a fantastic discussion with Maurizio Bragagni who is the CEO of Tratos, a multinational, multi-generational family business. We discuss the importance of looking after your local communities and highlight how family business can be a force for good! About Family Business Week Family Business Week is a week long celebration of family businesses as a force for good The pandemic has once again highlighted the vital role that businesses play in supporting their local communities, and it is these community-focused values that are at the heart of family businesses. Rooted in their local communities, family businesses provide a long-term, sustainable model which views business as a force for good.  Family Business Week 2021 is a week-long celebration of family businesses, particularly in relation to supporting local communities across all parts of the UK, and providing a platform to highlight the role of business as a force for good.  Led by the Institute for Family Business (IFB), the voice of the UK's family business sector. Support the Show The podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com/support (www.fambizpodcast.com/support) Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: russ@familybusinesspartnership.com or head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinesspartnership.com (www.familybusinesspartnership.com) Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your inbox by signing up to the newsletter. Head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com (www.fambizpodcast.com) and sign up now Support this podcast

Cornfield Theology
Confessionalism (Part 1 of 4)

Cornfield Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 10:42


It’s been a while since I have posted on the blog or dropped a podcast. Throughout October and early November, I took a step back to focus on denominational responsibilities and lead Redemption Hill Church into a new Sunday morning location. By God’s grace, both responsibilities went well, but now I am back in the saddle! Over the next several weeks, I’ll be posting on why Redemption Hill Church is confessional. The term confessional has lost its luster over the last 100 years, but prior, most churches held to a confession of faith. I want to show in these blog posts the value of confessions and why a local church should be confessional. The next four blogs on confessionalism will be about 1) The Nature of Confessionalism, 2) The Parameters of Confessionalism, 3) A Vision of Confessionalism 4) the Subscription to a Confession. If you are new to confessionalism, or the term is foreign, that’s ok. The purpose of cornfieldtheology.com is to introduce people to new concepts, terms, and theological ideas. These four blogs on confessionalism have been adapted from a paper I submitted to the elders of Trinity Fellowship Churches in preparation for Theology Day before our General Assembly. In this first blog post on the nature of confessionalism, I focus on why confessions are written down, the historical aspect of confessions, and the uniting effect of confessions. Confessions are Written Down It has become fashionable for many non-mainline Protestant churches to be vague about theology and doctrine. And the traditional mainline protestant churches have jettisoned their historic creeds and confessions. If not on paper, then with function. The reasons for the ambiguity are numerous. However, what is trendy is not historical. For most of church history, denominations and churches had robust creeds and confessions. These creeds and confessions provided clarity, which helped guard against heresy and doctrinal confusion. Throughout history, creeds and confessions were polemical and divided denominations from each other, but they also united local churches to one another. Creeds and confessions could guard against heresy and join like-minded churches because creeds and confessions are written down. It is popular to hear a local pastor or church member say they do not need a confession or creed because they have the Bible. “No creed but the Bible!” is declared. However, the declaration falls on deft ears. Carl Trueman affirms, I do want to make the point here that Christians are not divided between those who have creeds and confessions and those who do not; rather, they are divided between those who have public creeds and confessions that are written down and exist as public documents, subject to public scrutiny, evaluation, and critique, and those who have private creeds and confessions that are often improvised, unwritten, and thus not open to public scrutiny, not susceptible to evaluation and, crucially and ironically, not, therefore, subject to testing by Scripture to see whether they are true.– Carl Trueman All Christians live by a Creed. The fundamental difference between confessional and non-confessional churches and Christians can be summed up in one question: How can you know what a pastor and church believe? Answer. Doctrine is written down. The benefits of holding to a Confession of Faith that is written down are outlined in these blog posts. Nevertheless, suffice it to say, part of the nature of being confessional is that a document explicitly states doctrine. Confessions are Rooted in Tradition The second aspect of confessions is their rootedness in tradition. As J.V. Fesko points out, the wor

Earthkeepers: A Circlewood Podcast on Creation Care and Spirituality
Becoming Rooted: Randy Woodley on His New Book of Daily Reflections

Earthkeepers: A Circlewood Podcast on Creation Care and Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 44:33


            In this episode we talk with Randy Woodley about his new book, Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred Earth.  Randy and his wife Edith lead Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice, and their work touches the lives of Native people and non-Native people alike. As Randy points out, everyone has indigenous connections to some place in the world. One of the core purposes of his new book is to help people to discover their own indigenous roots, even as they seek to learn from the Native people wherever they now live. Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred Earth            You can order this book anywhere, but we suggest that you do so at www.randywoodley.com and click on new books. There you'll find an option to order the book in such a way that a percentage of purchase goes to support Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice. You can pre-order your copy now to receive it right away when it is released on January 4th. If you are interested in reading the book in a group guided by Randy, find out how to join it on his Facebook page called Randy Woodley Author.Guest:Randy Woodley - author, speaker, activist, scholarNew Book: Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred EarthHighly recommended by and for all Earthkeepers: Shalom and the Community of CreationEloheh Indigenous Center for Earth JusticeRandy's author page on FacebookThe Harmony Tree - Randy's children's book Mentions:James Baldwin quote: "history trapped in people" is from Notes of a Native Son (1955)Celtic spirituality Keywords: Indigenous, Native American, First Nations, earth-centered spirituality, Celtic, kindom, harmony way, eloheh

The Family Business Podcast
Family Business Week - Interview with Josie Morris MBE

The Family Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 54:20


To celebrate Family Business Week we are re-releasing some of our favourite interviews with family businesses here in the UK. In today's episode we revisit the conversation that I had with Josie Morris MBE from WoolCool. We talk about their journey to becoming a Certified B-Corp and Josie's experience of being awarded the MBE. About Family Business Week Family Business Week is a week long celebration of family businesses as a force for good The pandemic has once again highlighted the vital role that businesses play in supporting their local communities, and it is these community-focused values that are at the heart of family businesses. Rooted in their local communities, family businesses provide a long-term, sustainable model which views business as a force for good.  Family Business Week 2021 is a week-long celebration of family businesses, particularly in relation to supporting local communities across all parts of the UK, and providing a platform to highlight the role of business as a force for good.  Led by the Institute for Family Business (IFB), the voice of the UK's family business sector. Support the Show The podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com/support (www.fambizpodcast.com/support) Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: russ@familybusinesspartnership.com or head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinesspartnership.com (www.familybusinesspartnership.com) Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your inbox by signing up to the newsletter. Head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com (www.fambizpodcast.com) and sign up now Support this podcast

The Family Business Podcast
Family Business Week - Sir James Wates

The Family Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 34:43


On this weeks show I am joined by Sir James Wates as we discuss Family Business Week. Sir James is the Chairman of The Wates Group and also the Institute for Family Business. Family Business Week 2021 is a week-long celebration of family businesses, particularly in relation to supporting local communities across all parts of the UK, and providing a platform to highlight the role of business as a force for good. We also discuss The Wates Principles. In late 2017, Sir James Wates CBE, was invited by the Government to lead the development of corporate principles for large private companies. The resulting code – now known as the https://www.wates.co.uk/articles/insight/the-wates-principles-report/?hub=who-we-are--corporate-governance (Wates Principles) was launched in December 2018 and provides a framework to help companies to meet legal requirements while promoting long term success. The Wates Principles encourage these companies to adopt a set of key behaviours to secure trust and confidence among stakeholders and benefit the economy and society in general. Follow Family Business Week on Twitter https://gbr01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2FFamilyBizWeek&data=04%7C01%7CRuss%40familybusinesspartnership.com%7Cf666ae09d51e418a5e9808d9a5bf3dc4%7Ced114aa32143426d8a82e3851f091c9a%7C0%7C0%7C637723064551017563%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000&sdata=SuI%2Bv1%2BusKJ7gTy2t6ntMBOLFV9F6qA476q3mGEEqfQ%3D&reserved=0 (@FamilyBizWeek) Join the conversation using the hashtags #FamilyBizWeek and #WeSupportFamilyBiz You can read fascinating case studies or download content to share on social media at https://gbr01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.familybusinessweek.co.uk%2F&data=04%7C01%7CRuss%40familybusinesspartnership.com%7Cf666ae09d51e418a5e9808d9a5bf3dc4%7Ced114aa32143426d8a82e3851f091c9a%7C0%7C0%7C637723064551017563%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000&sdata=%2FhItrY7UG%2FjdIp3iAbca%2FjBMLXfjpnmLhUnMFBpzctk%3D&reserved=0 (www.familybusinessweek.co.uk). About Family Business Week Family Business Week is a week long celebration of family businesses as a force for good The pandemic has once again highlighted the vital role that businesses play in supporting their local communities, and it is these community-focused values that are at the heart of family businesses. Rooted in their local communities, family businesses provide a long-term, sustainable model which views business as a force for good.  Family Business Week 2021 is a week-long celebration of family businesses, particularly in relation to supporting local communities across all parts of the UK, and providing a platform to highlight the role of business as a force for good.  Led by the Institute for Family Business (IFB), the voice of the UK's family business sector. Find out more at www.familybusinessweek.co.uk Support the Show The podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. https://my.captivate.fm/www.fambizpodcast.com/support (www.fambizpodcast.com/support) Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: russ@familybusinesspartnership.com or head over to https://my.captivate.fm/www.familybusinesspartnership.com (www.familybusinesspartnership.com) Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your... Support this podcast

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
Stories of Gratitude

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:08


Thanksgiving is an American holiday with, at best, a complicated history. Rooted in colonization and stolen land, it is also a time when families often come together and many of us reflect on the things for which we are grateful. It is this gratitude that we'll focus on today—not Thanksgiving the holiday, but gratitude the emotion. We asked you, our listeners to submit stories of gratitude, and you came through. In this episode, we'll hear from a variety writers and poets and every day people with the things for which they are grateful. Featuring original work by Cathy Hannes, Anna Grady, Deanna Costa, Tony Scruggs, Kayla Randolph, Annaliese Baker, Kelsey Day, and Ben Jackson --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alyssa-milano-sorry-not-sorry/message

Rampage Radio Podcast
Rooted Man: Ep 44 - Re-doing routine

Rampage Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 20:28


This past week was a doozy man.  Ive been procrastinating about spending time with the Lord and I'm putting it into action this week... no more games.  I touch on 2 Corinthians 13 where Paul has to deal with the folks at this church and still try to encourage them at the same time.  He tells them to test themselves and self examine.  Stay Rooted!

Res Pres Madison Sermons
Rooted: The Apostles' Creed - The Life Everlasting

Res Pres Madison Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 28:16


Rev. Matt Grimsley concludes our series on The Apostles' Creed preaching from 1 John on what it means to believe in "the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting."

Covenant Church Willis
Rooted in Truth: Week 7 11am

Covenant Church Willis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 50:24


Morning Mindset Daily Christian Devotional

Not A Needy Person is now LIVE - Submit needs or meet the needs of others  http://NotANeedyPerson.org  Join me for "Scripture Sketches" - weekly video teaching on my YouTube channel - SUBSCRIBE SO YOU DON'T MISS ANY OF THESE STUDIES:  https://careygreen.com/youtube  SUBMIT YOUR PRAYER REQUEST OR PRAISE:  https://careygreen.com/prayer  BECOME A MORNING MINDSET PARTNER: 1) monthly partner: https://mm-partners.supercast.tech/ 2) Give a one-time gift: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/yourmorningmindset

Simmons and Moore Podcast
SAMPC 280: the Pinnacle of Bustiness 

Simmons and Moore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 101:39


Happy Birthday Adam! the boys are back at it in the morning and JACKED off some coffee they come out the box swingin about secret gay men, the British, why the fuck people don't speak American everywhere, and dive into an epic rant about Thanksgiving dinner and what NOT to do with cranberry sauce. hit us up with your fresh hot thanksgiving takes BEANS GREENS TOMATOES POTATOES YAMS HAMS HOGS FROGS POGS DOGS WOGS BOGS      ⭕️ SAMPC is available exclusively on the Inner Circle Podcast Network ⭕️    THIS EPISODE AND EVERY EPISODE OF SAMPC IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE POWER OF @JITZSOAP go to jiujitsusoapco.com and use the codeword SAMPC for 15% your next purchase! don't be a stinky bitch!  SAMPC is also sponsored by OhFishl Clothing!   Rooted in hip hop, ohfishl is a street wear brand creating high quality tshirts, hats and jewelry at an affordable price. Featuring recreations of classic hip hop and sports logos as well as original designs there's something at ohfishl for all tastes. Check out ohfishl.com that's O-H-F-I-S-H-L and use code SAMPC to save 25% off your order of beautiful hand crafted tshirts, hats and jewelry. Ohfishl clothing. Live by your own rules OHFISHL.COM RIGHT NOW AND USE THE CODEWORD “SAMPC” FOR 25% YOUR PURCHASE!   DONATE TO MOVEMBER:    https://movember.com/t/SAMPC

The Justin Rhodes Show
8 Ways to Survive and Thrive with Chronic Illness

The Justin Rhodes Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 19:35


Chronic Illness Video on Abundance Plus - https://bit.ly/3oLUeDJ Today's show the audio from a video Justin made for Abundance Plus as an extra for his tv show - Rooted - which deals with Chronic Illness.  The video was filmed by Ben Roberts who makes the Rooted shows so it is beautifully shot on two cameras.  There is really nice broll that I added to the film to make it more interesting. If you are an Abundance Plus member or thinking about becoming one, go check out the video version of this podcast along with the other amazing, inspirational content on the platform

Occupied Thoughts
The Nakba & its Generational Impact on Palestinians: Memory, Identity, & a Future Rooted in Justice

Occupied Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 67:23


Featuring Palestinians who lived through the 1948 Nakba and their descendants: Nida El-Muti, Dina El-Muti, and Hasan Hammami The Nakba, the displacement of over 750,000 Palestinians from their homeland from 1947-49, is among the root causes of the conflict in Palestine-Israel and critical to understanding the failure of the decades-long “peace-process,” and the level of justice and reparations required to achieve a sustainable future. We will hear the personal stories of those who survived the ethnic cleansing of their cities and villages, and learn from them and their descendants how the trauma of the Nakba and Israel's ongoing policies of erasure have shaped their lives. We'll also ask about their visions for the future, what justice looks like, and how they sustain connections to their homeland from the diaspora. For more information and resources, please visit: https://fmep.org/resource/webinar-the-nakba-and-its-generational-impact-on-palestinian-lives-memory-identity-and-a-future-rooted-in-justice/

Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery

Welcome to Rooted Discussions, our roundtable conversations featuring top minds in the field of the topic at hand. On this episode, hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick are joined by Kate Ancaya (Co-Founder and Landscape Architect) from Living Roofs, Inc. and Shannon Currey (Marketing Director) of Hoffman Nursery to discuss the topic of green roofs. Conversations include what exactly is a green roof, the benefits of having a green roof, what goes into green roof plant selections, and the challenges of creating a natural setting in an unnatural environment.  As an added bonus, the video will be available on the Pinelands Nursery YouTube channel. Music by Egocentric Plastic Men.  Have a question or a comment?  Call (215) 346-6189. Want links from this podcast?  Visit www.nativeplantshealthyplanet.com Buy a T-shirt, spread the message, and do some good.  Visit https://native-plants-healthy-planet-2.creator-spring.com/ 

mvmt youth
"Rooted" | Zack Jernigan

mvmt youth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 46:04


Zack brought a message from Colossians 2 about being rooted in our faith.To contact our team directly, email kgrayson@westsidebaptist.org***Follow***Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mvmtyouth/Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/mvmt-youthFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mvmt-youth-2...***Learn More***Website: https://www.mvmtyouth.com/YTH WKND 2022: https://www.theythwknd.comWestside Baptist: https://westsidebaptist.org/

First Baptist Canyon Women's Rooted
First Baptist Women‘s Rooted Ep. 31 - Identity in Christ - Made Beautiful

First Baptist Canyon Women's Rooted

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 43:10


Sharon Reagan, Molly Jaeger, Janna Wartes, and Paula Bressler discuss what it means to be made beautiful in God's eyes and ways the pursuit of beauty can be an idol.

Uncommon Queens
Rooted In Freedom with MARICLR -S.4 Ep. 3

Uncommon Queens

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 48:25


Hey, homies! In this episode, I am chatting with Mariclr! She is an insanely talented R&B/soul singer and founder of an apparel line called "For Freedom Apparel." Mariclr is such a joy to be around and listening to her talk about her story of funding college and constantly overcoming comparison is powerful. After this episode, I hope you come away knowing that you are not a victim and can walk in true freedom. MARICLR's Instagram: @mariclr.music For Freedom's Instagram: @forfreedomapparel Uncommon Queens Instagram: @uncommonqueens

Soul Surgery with Nicky Clinch
Staying Centred: Rooted at the centre of the cyclone

Soul Surgery with Nicky Clinch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 35:41


Welcome back to the Soul Surgery podcast. This week is a solo episode where I talk about ways in which we can stay centred. Here in New Zealand we have been in lockdown for the past 10 weeks and increasingly we are being subjected to a lot of intense measures of control. The purpose of this episode is not to be political or to take sides, rather it is to share how this has impacted me and the process I have been through in order to be responsible for everything this has brought up. I share about how, when we find ourselves in the centre of a storm, we cannot only find our centre, but stay centred. How we can stay connected and rooted in our truth despite all the noise and chaos raging around us. This is a fundamental practice for your life, but especially now as we navigate a huge paradigm shift. Make sure to share your biggest takeaways and aha moments in the comments. Episode Highlights: · When we stay in our power, we have the ability to make conscious choices rather than choosing from a place of fear and terror. · Listening is not hearing the noise in your mind or projecting what you think you already know. To listen deeply to life, we cannot already know what is coming next. · We cannot respond differently in challenging situations if we are not conscious that something from our past is being activated. · Consciousness requires you to lean into the experience as it moves through you and taking full self-responsibility for it. · If you can surrender the resistance, the fight and the running away from your human experience even though it is painful, it will begin to dissolve. · Every single one of us has the power to find the stillness within the storm of our experience. If you too feel ready to re-create your relationships or your life by breaking free of old patterns on a holistic level, across mind, body and soul, I invite you to order my book SURRENDER. SURRENDER will walk you through a life changing process of maturation. Of breaking free of the vicious cycle of repeated stuck patterns, stories and belief systems, trauma and ancestral wounds. It's more than just a book. It's a guide through a deep healing journey of SURRENDERING of who you are NOT so that you can unfurl into who you were BORN TO BE. Order SURRENDER here: Connect with Nicky: Instagram Facebook Website

Missioncitycast
Rooted - 11/14/21

Missioncitycast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 52:32


Bullpen Sessions with Andy Neary
149. Matt Zanis: What Your Body Can Tell You About Success

Bullpen Sessions with Andy Neary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 56:24


I am so excited to have Dr. Matthew Zanis joining me on this week's podcast! Dr. Matthew Zanis is from Phoenix, AZ and is a Doctor of Human Movement and an expert in human performance. He is the founder of Rooted in MVMNT, a company that helps athletes, coaches, and other rehabilitation providers build confidence and trust is their bodies and practices through the 5 pillars of movement, vitality, mindset, nutrition, and training. Dr. Zanis works with a broad demographic from Olympians to the highest branches of military including Navy Special Warfare and everyone in between. His vision is to create an awareness of new ways of working with the human body in rehabilitation, performance, and coaching circles, and bring that alive through a philosophy that is rooted in movement. Join us as we talk about what Matt is doing to help people take care of their bodies and why he is so darn good at it. Hint: he has a super power. This episode is a conversation, coaching, and full on clinic, all in one! Let's go. https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewzanis https://www.rootedinmvmnt.com/

i want what SHE has
#198 June Millington "From Fanny to Institute for Musical Arts"

i want what SHE has

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 107:10


Today I have the ultimate honor to share my conversation with June Millington, a Filipino American guitarist, songwriter, producer, educator, actress and writer. She was the co-founder and lead guitarist of the all-female rock band Fanny, which was active from 1970 to 1974. After leaving the band, June went in pursuit of her spiritual path, continued to make music, collaborate, act, write and is the co-founder and artistic director of the Institute for the Musical Arts (IMA) aka the "Magical Queendom" in Goshen, Massachusetts.The Institute for the Musical Arts was co-founded with partner Ann Hackler in Northern California in 1986 and received its nonprofit status in 1987.  It operated its studio and programs from Bodega, California's historic Old Creamery until 2001 when property was purchased in Western Massachusetts for a permanent facility. The institute's nonprofit mission is to support women and girls in music and music-related businesses.  Rooted in the legacy of progressive equal rights movements, IMA's development is guided by the visions, needs and concerns of women from a diversity of backgrounds and has grown from the need to nourish ourselves and each other. In addition to its summer programs for girls, IMA offers concerts and workshops year-round in support of its nonprofit mission which, unless otherwise noted, are open to the public.Today June shares about how they are supporting girls at IMA, leaving Fanny, feminism, foremothers, Buddhism, cancer, life lessons and what's she's got on the horizon.Here are the important links for you! IMA and their Summer Programs. Memoir, Land of a Thousand Bridges. And if you want more of the  Fanny story, you can check out where to stream Fanny: The Right to Rock.You can support IMA by joining in their upcoming November 20th and 27th events, both of which will be livestreamed! And stay tuned for June's upcoming release, "Snapshots."You can check out June's TEDxTalk, "Rocking the Boat: How Playing Like a Girl Can Change the World."Linking here also to Ann Hackler's TEDx Talk, "Leading from the Kitchen."And finally the Go Fund Me for Jean Millington, June's sister.Here's the Full Moon report I read from!Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda of Radio Kingston.Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!Feel free to email me, say hello: she@iwantwhatshehas.org** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER * https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas

Res Pres Madison Sermons
Rooted: The Apostles' Creed - The Forgiveness of Sins

Res Pres Madison Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 33:32


Rev. Matt Grimsley continues our series in The Apostles' Creed, preaching from Matthew 18 on what it means to believe in the forgiveness of sins.

Kalos Church Podcast
Dealing with Financial Betrayal // Rooted // Pradeepan Jeeva

Kalos Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021


Quantum Coffee with Joe Hawley Podcast
Ben Harris || Free Yourself From Fear

Quantum Coffee with Joe Hawley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 101:06


Joe Hawley Newsletter: https://www.joe-hawley.com/ (https://www.joe-hawley.com/)   This week we have my friend Ben Harris on the podcast! Ben is a fear alchemist and intuitive guide. Rooted in love and the superpower of belief in himself and others, Ben is a testament of what possibilities arise when you love fear and trust your inner knowing.   With his offerings of mentorship, intuitive breakthrough sessions, retreats and thehttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feeling-free/id1510141573 ( Feeling Free) podcast, he has returned home to his purpose. The combination of intuitive gifts and human experience have created the service he now offers to other amazing beings. He chooses to free himself and invites you to do the same.   In this episode, Ben and I dive into all things fear. We discuss his upbringing in the Mormon church, his career as a rapper, and his paw in the corporate world to uncover how Ben has alchemized fear and turned it into his greatest ally. There is so much gold and wisdom in this episode and I know you're going to get a lot out of it!    Want access to the extended video? Join the premium podcast community onhttps://thehartcollective.circle.so/checkout/qc-premium-access ( Circle)  Want to watch this episode? Subscribe to myhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH-fGbXb-BCZ2d7c1LIXjdg ( Youtube Channel) If You Enjoy This Show Please Subscribe and Give Us a 5-Star Rating ★★★★★ and Review onhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/quantum-coffee-with-joe-hawley-podcast/id1526131260 ( Apple Podcasts) Tools and works discussed in this episode: https://www.amazon.com/50th-Law-50-Cent/dp/006177460X (The 50th Law) - Robert Greene  https://www.amazon.com/Only-Fear-Dies-Book-Liberation/dp/0950805076 (Only Fear Dies: A Book of Liberation) - Barry Long  https://www.amazon.com/s?k=mans%27+search+for+meaning&gclid=Cj0KCQjww4OMBhCUARIsAILndv5w3W11sjh__T2q8iVL_-g2ns0bIV7ufXf1u9biRhilP0bq1eKr9aEaApfPEALw_wcB&hvadid=241584489270&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9028306&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=8185567384729404513&hvtargid=kwd-1612753685&hydadcr=15524_10340834&tag=googhydr-20&ref=pd_sl_6i8hayt58e_e (Man's Search for Meaning) - Viktor E. Frankl Connect with Ben Instagram |https://www.instagram.com/the.fear.guy/ ( @the.fear.guy) Website |https://www.feeling-free.com/ ( Feeling Free) Coaching |https://www.feeling-free.com/coaching ( Work with Ben) Podcast |https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feeling-free/id1510141573 ( Feeling Free) Connect with Joe Website |http://www.joe-hawley.com/ ( www.joe-hawley.com) Website |https://www.thehartcollective.com/ ( The Härt Collective) LinkedIn |http://linkedin.com/in/joe-hawley ( Joe Hawley) Instagram |https://www.instagram.com/joe.hawley/ ( @joe.hawley)   Looking for remote work? Check outhttp://www.growmotely.com/companies?afmc=thc ( growmotely.com)   Former pro athlete? Looking for community? You're not alone. Check outhttps://manvandogblog.us19.list-manage.com/track/click?u=969247962f6f6290a6a25a27f&id=57d147c59e&e=f05c590f0c ( The Härt Collective).   Hart Collective Retreats:https://www.thehartcollective.com/events ( https://www.thehartcollective.com/events)   Check out my reality based podcast,https://www.lovenlifepodcast.com/ ( Love 'n Life)   Checkhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/life-beyond-the-game/id1533171572 ( Life Beyond the Game), where I talk to former professional athletes about their transition out of sports   If You Enjoy This Show Please Subscribe and Give Us a 5-Star Rating ★★★★★ and Review onhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/quantum-coffee-with-joe-hawley-podcast/id1526131260 ( Apple Podcasts) Quantum Coffee is a show that provides deep, powerful, insightful conversations with top thought leaders and experts in the field of holistic healing in all areas including the physical, mental, emotional and...

The Word at Christ the Savior
Our Freedom Is Rooted in Our Spiritual Discipline

The Word at Christ the Savior

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 31:07


Fr. Joseph explains how we ought to reflect the firmness of strong roots by adhering to a strict discipline. This is radically different from a rigid legalistic Christianity. Our foundation is freedom in the spirit, but it's when our roots are firm and grounded in Christ we are more disciplined and firm in our spiritual path so that we serve, read the Scriptures, pray and share God's love to the world. Tune in to hear more.Fr. Joseph Abraham – November 14, 2021Christ the Savior American Coptic Orthodox ChurchDiocese of Los Angeleswww.thegoodsavior.org

Thrive Vineyard
What Does God Think About Money?

Thrive Vineyard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 41:29


In this episode Kevin continues in our Rooted series and talks about the God's heart of why we actually tithe. And it's not what you think!

Rampage Radio Podcast
Rooted Man: Ep 43 - Content of character.... whats your's?

Rampage Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 18:14


Martin Luther King had a great quote about "content of character".  It really struck me and inspired me to speak about it a bit.  This week was still inconsistent a little with the "quiet times", and its still frustrating.  But, the Lord is still speaking to me, so that's good!  I also read about the details of the Lord's temple that Solomon built.  Stay Rooted!

West Side's Podcast
ROOTED & RENEGADE | Week 10 | Acts 6:1-7

West Side's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 43:14


Throughout the book of Acts we see the church exploding numerically. We are astonished at the rapid growth of the early church, but what did that growth actually look like? Join us in Acts 6 as we see how a humble, thriving, biblical church always precedes growth with health! It's all about Jesus!

Highrock Church Haverhill
Rooted: Courage

Highrock Church Haverhill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 32:39


Believing that God is with us can give us the courage to do things that otherwise would be impossible. This week we explore our final value - a value we've chosen uniquely for Highrock Haverhill - Courage.

Covenant Church Willis
Rooted in Truth: Week 6

Covenant Church Willis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 59:20


Dream Planning Podcast | Publisher, Christian Women, Christian Planner, Productivity Coach, Goal Setting, Bible Study

Michelle Hiatt is a wife of 17 years, a homeschooling mama of five, and an entrepreneur in Orlando, Florida.  She loves bringing a Biblical perspective to day to day life through her conversations on The Nourishing Mompreneur Podcast. She truly believes that THE most important work you will ever do is within the walls of your home and helps other busy mamas expand their vision by connecting the work of their hands with their influence at home so they can leave a lasting legacy thru the next generation.  Michelle is passionate about encouraging others to pursue their greatest potential as an excellent wife, an intentional mother, and in kingdom business by FIRST pursuing the person of Jesus!  Connect at www.NourishingMichelle.com/connect for Free Gifts to stay ROOTED and Surrendered during the holidays and for the New Year.   SHOW NOTES: Black Friday Sale is NOV 16th! Learn more here: https://www.horacioprinting.com/collections/2021-black-friday-sale Grab your ticket to the Dreamers Summit: https://www.horacioprinting.com/pages/dreamers-summit Grab your 2022 Dream Planner: https://www.horacioprinting.com/collections/2022-dream-planner-collection Join the Horacio Printing Academy + Take the Dream Crafting Course: www.thedreamerinyou.com      

TSS:Timberwolves Explosion
Something Rooted Here...

TSS:Timberwolves Explosion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 63:13


The Minnesota Timberwolves are reverting back to a lot of the frustrating lackadaisical style that has tormented fans for many years. When it's time to decide on a new leader of basketball operations, there is an opportunity to come out of this nonsense, once for all Vig It App Referral: Paladinolive Use my referral link for the Crypto.com App: https://crypto.com/app/mt4ysj25P7 to sign up for Crypto.com and we both get $25! facebook.com/timberwolvesexplosion @TwolvesEx paladinolive@yahoo.com

Birth Stories in Color
130 | Birth Rooted Overseas - Rokhaya Ndiaye

Birth Stories in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 44:31


A journey of many places and re-focus on perspective about her work and life, Rokhaya decided to see how life would be in Jamaica. With the help of a friend who happened to be a travel agent, Rokhaya made arrangements for her first visit there, one of those being set up with a tour driver. This tour driver would end up being her husband, and come March 2nd; they would be forced to make lasting roots in Jamaica due to the pandemic. With a history of irregular menstrual cycles, Rokhaya decided to download an app to help her track them better. In early December, she was surprised to get a notification that her cycle was three days late. Ignoring it for a little bit, but with time passing and no change, Rokhaya and her husband found out they would be expecting on Christmas day. Restrictions from the pandemic would require a 14-day quarantine and needed to get the COVID vaccine if they decided to travel back to Canada. Wanting to wait out her options, Rokhaya paused on that decision. With her first trimester having some challenges, her doctors recommended she should not travel if possible. Moving into her second trimester, she focused on preparing for her birth, but by the time things began reopening, she was past the point of travel being safe, and Jamaica became the place their birth story would occur. Rokhaya knew that birthing in Jamaica wouldn't necessarily have a "birth plan," midwives and doulas were not allowed, and the day of her birth, her husband would not be allowed to be present. Preparing for this, Rokhaya made sure her birth would include:Essential oils.Listening and watching positive birth stories.Utilizing hypnobirthing to help her use breathing and meditation to focus on working through the pain of birth. Five days past her estimated due date, Rokhaya began having light contractions about 7-9 minutes apart. With things progressing quickly, Rokhaya and her husband decided to head to the hospital. Upon being admitted, Rokhaya was 6cm, and her water broke shortly after. Reflecting on her birth, Rokhaya thought her son would have come earlier than he did. She had done so much work on focusing on coping with the pain; she couldn't listen to her body that her baby was ready to come earthside. It wasn't until the nurse told her her baby's head was out that she focused, and within three pushes, "prince" Ali was born. In the immediate postpartum, Rokhaya felt comforted by the community of women she was surrounded by - as, in Jamaica, there aren't separate quarters, and the women all stay together. Ali was born unresponsive, and after having a couple of seizures, the doctors wanted to keep him for monitoring. For Rokhaya, she could not have her golden hour and was discharged without him for ten days. The first 6-7 weeks were hard for her, navigating her healing, Ali's recovery, and breastfeeding. She and her husband found that when they were able to listen to Ali, the better they did, being able to communicate and figure out what he needed allowing them to find their footing in parenthood. Resources:HypnoBirthing | classes for parents who strive for gentle, calm, and natural childbirth

Jesse Nyberg Podcast
Dreadlabs - Graphic Designer/Creative Hub - Ep.47

Jesse Nyberg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 72:53


Dreadlabs is my guest today on The Jesse Nyberg Podcast. Dreadlabs is a hub for creatives on the internet. Rooted in a Y2K aesthetic, Tom has grown Dreadlabs and the youtube channel to over 1 million views teaching Graphic Design and other creative avenues. Tom was one of my first guests on the podcast, way back to episode number 3. It was great catching up with him and exploring new things. We chat about Youtube, Techno Raves, Mental Health for designers and more. If you want to support the podcast and hear more check out Patreon for an exclusive Q&A with Dreadlabs: https://www.patreon.com/Jessenyberg

The Dave Ryan Show
War of the Roses: The Panty Drawer Was Rooted Through

The Dave Ryan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 17:42


Tessa's boyfriend Eli was dog-sitting while she was out of town recently and when she got back her roommate said that Eli had gone through her panty drawer AND something was missing that is leading Tessa to wonder if Eli is cheating. We find out on War of the Roses!

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses
War of the Roses: The Panty Drawer Was Rooted Through

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 17:42


Tessa's boyfriend Eli was dog-sitting while she was out of town recently and when she got back her roommate said that Eli had gone through her panty drawer AND something was missing that is leading Tessa to wonder if Eli is cheating. We find out on War of the Roses!

First Baptist Canyon Women's Rooted
First Baptist Women‘s Rooted Ep. 30 - Identity in Christ - Member of His Body

First Baptist Canyon Women's Rooted

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 40:53


Julie Solomon, Sharon Reagan, Dori Wimberley, and Jeanette Swygard discuss our identity in Christ as a member of the church.

West Side's Podcast
THE REST OF THE SERMON | Rooted & Renegade | Week 9

West Side's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 24:18


Tune in this week as Pastor Jason gives us an update for what is to come and reviews Sunday's message from Acts 5 on the topic of Perseverance! It's All About Jesus!

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
Rooted in Love, Everything I Need Comes to Me

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 6:51


Today's Quotes:"As long as you think someone else is responsible for the way you are, you cannot become the way you want to be. " - Sadhguru "Be so rooted in yourself that nobody's absence or presence can disturb your inner Peace." - Unknown "The day you stop racing, is the day you win the race." - Bob Marley “Even if I am with a million people, I am always alone. I do not see people as people. I see them as myself.” - Sadhguru Today's Practice:Think and FEEL this mantra-- "Rooted in Love, everything I need comes to me."Recognize that no one (and that includes the one you think you are) has the power to distract you from your true Self, from Love.  This Love is the only Presence, It's the only Power, and as you stay rooted in and AS This, the one you thought you were, and everyone in your field of awareness begins to grow and flower.  Today, we stay consciously rooted, without distraction, and let the Go(o)d we've been seeking come to us. I Love you, Nik