CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez
“Women with kids keep getting better. You become strong. It's the opposite of what some people might think. Because sometimes people would be like, ‘if you go on maternity leave, you might be done.' It's becoming the opposite. If you look at Keira (D'Amato) or Aliphine (Tuliamuk), you can bounce back and do better than what you used to. Even in my 20s, I wasn't feeling the way I feel right now, especially in the road racing.” My guest for this episode is Betsy Saina who has re-emerged as a star in 2023 after giving birth to her son, running 2:21 at the Tokyo Marathon and just won the USATF 25K Championships this past weekend in Grand Rapids, Michigan. That marathon performance in Tokyo was It was her first marathon since giving birth to her son and her first marathon since becoming an American citizen. She's certainly someone in the conversation for one of the three spots on the line at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials that will determine the team for the Summer Games in Paris. In our conversation, we'll touch on her road map to try and qualify for her second Games, her postpartum running experience including the challenges and triumphs in training. Betsy is an inspiration for new mothers striving to reclaim their running prowess. Host: Chris Chavez | @Chris_J_Chavez on Instagram Guest: Betsy Saina | @sainabetsy on Instagram SUPPORT THE SPONSORS OLIPOP is a prebiotic soda with only 2-5g of sugar that is actually good for your gut health. – and it's delicious. Use code CITIUS25 for 25% off non-subscription orders. Learn more at https://DrinkOlipop.com (click the link or use our promotional code for the discount) On Track Nights: Track Fest The first On Track Nights event of the year features the best of Los Angeles' music scene and some of the world's best athletes too – starting things with a bang on and off the track. Be there at Mt. SAC on May 6, 2023. More info here: https://www.on-running.com/en-us/explore/events/on-track-nights-los-angeles GARMIN: Introducing the Forerunner 965 from Garmin, the ultimate GPS running and triathlon smartwatch. With a bright AMOLED touchscreen display and lightweight titanium bezel, this premium watch is designed for athletes who demand the very best. Learn more here: https://www.garmin.com/en-US/ UCAN: UCAN is offering the Citius Mag community an exclusive chance to try 6 Edge samples for free – all you need to pay is the cost of shipping. Just head over to ucan.co/citius to claim this exclusive offer. And if you're already a fan of UCAN or want to try some of their other products, use code CITIUS at ucan.co to save 20% on the full variety of product HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez
A lot has happened in the track and field world – mostly off the track. Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber and Mac Fleet round up some of the biggest news and storylines including: – The Kip Keino Classic recap ft. big wins by Sha'Carri Richardson, Ferdinand Omanyala, Mary Moraa and new rising middle-distance stars – Where would you put a new Diamond League meet? – How is Kyle feeling about his prediction that Britton Wilson would one day beat Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone? – Why it's fair for World Athletics to mention Allyson Felix in the same breath as Britton Wilson – Arkansas' Jaydon Hibbert is the triple jump's newest star after breaking the NCAA, U20 record – Who is at fault for Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone and Athing Mu scratching from the LA Grand Prix – Road 10K world record holder Rhonex Kipruto has been provisionally suspended for inconsistencies found in his biological passport Host: Chris Chavez | @Chris_J_Chavez on Instagram Host: Mac Fleet | @macfleet on Instagram Host: Kyle Merber | @kylemerber on Instagram SUPPORT THE SPONSORS OLIPOP is a prebiotic soda with only 2-5g of sugar that is actually good for your gut health. – and it's delicious. Use code CITIUS25 for 25% off non-subscription orders. Learn more at https://DrinkOlipop.com (click the link or use our promotional code for the discount) On Track Nights: Track Fest The first On Track Nights event of the year features the best of Los Angeles' music scene and some of the world's best athletes too – starting things with a bang on and off the track. Be there at Mt. SAC on May 6, 2023. More info here: https://www.on-running.com/en-us/explore/events/on-track-nights-los-angeles GARMIN: Introducing the Forerunner 965 from Garmin, the ultimate GPS running and triathlon smartwatch. With a bright AMOLED touchscreen display and lightweight titanium bezel, this premium watch is designed for athletes who demand the very best. Learn more here: https://www.garmin.com/en-US/ UCAN: UCAN is offering the Citius Mag community an exclusive chance to try 6 Edge samples for free – all you need to pay is the cost of shipping. Just head over to ucan.co/citius to claim this exclusive offer. And if you're already a fan of UCAN or want to try some of their other products, use code CITIUS at ucan.co to save 20% on the full variety of product HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
We breakdown all the weekend action starting with Doha and Sha'Carri Richardson's big win, Lamecha Girma's fine form, and Michael Norman bombing. Then we discuss the Sound Running Track Fest and Katelyn Tuohy "struggling" to the #2 NCAA time ever, Josette Andrews big win, Connor Burns breaking Galen Rupp's 5000m high school record, and a few other breakout stars. Rest in Peace Tori Bowie. The track and field world lost one of its stars way too early. Life is precious and can get better. If you are struggling, there is help out there, call 988 in the US or visit https://988lifeline.org/ Then it's the adidas Atlanta City Games, which had amazing visuals and a big win for Noah Lyles over Erriyon Knighton but only 6000 viewers live on Youtube. Then at 105:48 Sound Running founder Jesse Williams joins us to give us a debrief of his meet, talk about how he has been able to get the best distance fields in the US, talk about the difficulty of getting fans to a meet in the US, and discuss whether Mt. Sac should host the Olympic Trials. Links: Sound Running Website Want a super soft Burrito Track Club shirt? Now is your chance. Only $13 with code BURRITO @ https://shop.letsrun.com/ Want a 2nd podcast every week? And savings on running shoes? Join our Supporters Club today and get all the LetsRun.com content, a second podcast every week, savings on running shoes, and a lot more. Cancel anytime. https://www.letsrun.com/subscribe Show notes: 0:00 Burrito Track Club shirts $13. Use code BURRITO @ shop.letsrun.com 06:27 DOHA - Sha'Carri gets the big win 16:32 Big Winners- Lamecha Girma, Diribe Welteji, Tim Cheruiyot? 24:55 American steepler update - Coburn falls and bombs, Constein injured 27:03 BIggest loser in Doha - Michael Norman 28:38 Track Fest - Katelyn Tuohy 15:03 42:09 Josette Andrews impresses - a new star? 45:59 Joselyn Brea breaks 30 year-old S. American 5000m record 48:25 Yared Nuguse with big 800 PB and win 57:23 Ollie Hoare MIA 01:00:37 Connor Burns breaks Galen Rupp's high school 5000m record 01:03:56 Cooper Teare wins 5000 01:08:11 Centro in "B" race what does it mean? 01:13:30 Krissy Gear impressed in steeple 01:16:24 Kenneth Rooks men's steeple win 01:19:15 Young brothers skipped meet for high school prom 01:24:39 RIP Tori Bowie 01:30:56 adidas Atlanta City Games - amazing backdrops, great match-ups and only 6000 live viewers 01:33:00 Noah Lyles convincing win over Erriyon Knighton 01:45:48 Jesse Williams - Sound Running Founder and meet director of Track Fest 01:46:48 Jesse's debrief on the meet - fast times, more people, bigger stadium= poor visuals 02:00:14 PPV stream 02:03:21 adidas meet only had 6000 viewers 02:03:44 Prize purse 02:10:28 Drug testing costs $10,000 and praise for USATF 02:24:28 Should Mt. Sac host the Olympic trials? Contact us: Email email@example.com or call/text 1-844-LETSRUN podcast voicemail/text line. Check out the LetsRun.com store. https://shop.letsrun.com/ We've got the softest running shirts in the business. Supporters Club members save 30%. Thanks for listening. Please rate us on itunes and spread the word with a friend. There is a reason we're the #1 podcast dedicated to Olympic level running. Find out more at http://podcast.letsrun.com Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/letsrun/dc1b6069-4f30-4f81-80d3-1390d807ce60 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez
Chris Chavez and Katelyn Hutchison recap their experiences and the standout performances at On Track Nights' Los Angeles stop – Sound Running's Track Fest – and the Atlanta City Games. We dive into what made the meets stand out to us, what other meets could learn from them and how they all fit into the rest of the season. We touch on Sha'Carri Richardson winning the women's 100m at the Doha Diamond League in a world-leading 10.76. She beat Jamaica's Shericka Jackson and Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith. Florence Diamond League organizers announced 100m world champion Fred Kerley and 100m Olympic champion Marcell Jacobs will go head-to-head in the 100m on June 2. World championship bronze medalist Trayvon Bromell is also in the field. (A day later, Rabat Diamond League organizers also announced all three as part of their meet on May 28. The Rabat field also includes Andre De Grasse, Ferdinand Omanyala, Letsile Tebogo, Akani Simbine and Yohan Blake.) Host: Chris Chavez | @Chris_J_Chavez on Instagram Guest: Katelyn Hutchison | @_kxnaomi on Instagram SUPPORT THE SPONSORS OLIPOP is a prebiotic soda with only 2-5g of sugar that is actually good for your gut health. – and it's delicious. Use code CITIUS25 for 25% off non-subscription orders. Learn more at https://DrinkOlipop.com (click the link or use our promotional code for the discount) On Track Nights: Track Fest The first On Track Nights event of the year features the best of Los Angeles' music scene and some of the world's best athletes too – starting things with a bang on and off the track. Be there at Mt. SAC on May 6, 2023. More info here: https://www.on-running.com/en-us/explore/events/on-track-nights-los-angeles GARMIN: Introducing the Forerunner 965 from Garmin, the ultimate GPS running and triathlon smartwatch. With a bright AMOLED touchscreen display and lightweight titanium bezel, this premium watch is designed for athletes who demand the very best. Learn more here: https://www.garmin.com/en-US/ UCAN: UCAN is offering the Citius Mag community an exclusive chance to try 6 Edge samples for free – all you need to pay is the cost of shipping. Just head over to ucan.co/citius to claim this exclusive offer. And if you're already a fan of UCAN or want to try some of their other products, use code CITIUS at ucan.co to save 20% on the full variety of product HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez
"My advice to the younger women is: If you're passionate about this, pursue it. That's what it is. That's how it's going to change for the next generation of women to get to where I'm at now. I'm hoping that some of these younger female coaches are inspired by what we're doing at BYU and they're seeing here that she's a mom; she's a coach; she's at a D-1, she's successful and she's ‘kind of' has it together, right? And hopefully, that inspires them. If she can do it, then I can do it.” My guest for this episode is Diljeet Taylor, the head women's cross-country and distance coach at BYU. In her eight years there, Taylor has transformed the BYU women's distance running program into a national powerhouse, coaching the cross-country team to top-10 finishes at Nationals every year. They've been on the podium three of the last four years – including winning it all at the 2020 NCAA Cross Country Championships. She has guided more than two dozen BYU runners to All-American honors, and several individual titles. Standout performances have become the norm. Taylor's dedication to her runners' whole lives, not just their running, is a refreshing approach to the pressure of purely results-driven programs that we see across the country. In our conversation, we'll be discussing her approach to coaching and how she balances the various demands on her time, including being a mom and a wife. We'll touch on her own journey to becoming a Division I coach, the challenges she's faced and the impact she's had on her athletes and what she hopes to leave behind for the sport. Host: Chris Chavez | @Chris_J_Chavez on Instagram Guest: Diljeet Dosandj Taylor | @diljeetdosanjhtaylor on Instagram SUPPORT THE SPONSORS OLIPOP is a prebiotic soda with only 2-5g of sugar that is actually good for your gut health. – and it's delicious. Use code CITIUS25 for 25% off non-subscription orders. Learn more at https://DrinkOlipop.com (click the link or use our promotional code for the discount) On Track Nights: Track Fest The first On Track Nights event of the year features the best of Los Angeles' music scene and some of the world's best athletes too – starting things with a bang on and off the track. Be there at Mt. SAC on May 6, 2023. More info here: https://www.on-running.com/en-us/explore/events/on-track-nights-los-angeles GARMIN: Introducing the Forerunner 965 from Garmin, the ultimate GPS running and triathlon smartwatch. With a bright AMOLED touchscreen display and lightweight titanium bezel, this premium watch is designed for athletes who demand the very best. Learn more here: https://www.garmin.com/en-US/ UCAN: UCAN is offering the Citius Mag community an exclusive chance to try 6 Edge samples for free – all you need to pay is the cost of shipping. Just head over to ucan.co/citius to claim this exclusive offer. And if you're already a fan of UCAN or want to try some of their other products, use code CITIUS at ucan.co to save 20% on the full variety of product HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
The Penn and Drake Relays are in the books and the 4 x Mile Collegiate records still stands. The Diamond League season kicks off Friday with a loaded Doha meet with Sha'Carri Richardson taking on Shericka Jackson and Dina Asher-Smith. A slew of American distance runners will be in Doha but non bigger than Emma Coburn in the steeple. 19-year-old teen phenom Letsile Tebogo shined at the Botswana Grand Prix, while 18-year-old Issam Asinga is tearing it up in the US, but you'd rather be Erriyon Knighton right? Or would you? Plus which would you rather see? Kipchoge vs Evans Chebet in NYC or Kipchoge vs Kelvin Kiptum in Berlin? The On Sound Running Track Fest is Saturday in LA at Mt. Sac with loaded fields, FREE food trucks, a concert, and a compact schedule. Be there if you're in California or watch PPV everywhere else. Details here. Want this podcast sooner than everyone else + a 2nd podcast every week and savings on running shoes? Join our Supporters Club today and get all the LetsRun.com content, a second podcast every week, savings on running shoes, and a lot more. Cancel anytime. https://www.letsrun.com/subscribe?from=public Show notes: 00:00 Sound Running Track Fest 01:27 Start 02:39 Mark Zuckerberg 19:34 5k 09:33 Villanova wins 4x Mile at Penn! 13:53 Penn audio 20:56 UVA has 7 sub 4 minute milers + another high school sub 4 27:11 Josette Andrews impresses 33:10 Colin Sahlman impresses 38:28 Botswana Golden Grand Prix - 19-year-old Letsile Tebogo 40:07 Which teen sprint phenom would you rather be? Tebogo, Erriyon Knighton, or Issam Asinga? 51:26 Gabby Thomas runs 49.68 in 400 56:40 Diamond League season opens Friday in Doha 57:09 Women's steeple- Coburn and Val Constein 01:01:42 Clayton Murphy in 800 after 1:45 in Botswana 01:08:08 Women's 100 The race of the meet- Sha'Carri vs Shericka vs Dina 01:10:55 Men's 3000 is Loaded, Can Girma challenge Komen's WR? 01:16:00 Men's 200- Michael Norman vs Fred Kerley 01:18:49 Women's 1500 - Faith Kipyegon +Cory McGee 01:21:43 Would you rather have Eliiud Kipchoge race Evans Chebet in NY or Kelvin Kiptum in Berlin? Links: WTW: The Mythical Sub-16 NCAA 4 x Mile Remains A Myth & Fast Teens Continue To Roll Contact us: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 1-844-LETSRUN podcast voicemail/text line. Check out the LetsRun.com store. https://shop.letsrun.com/ We've got the softest running shirts in the business. Thanks for listening. Please rate us on itunes and spread the word with a friend. There is a reason we're the #1 podcast dedicated to Olympic level running. Find out more at http://podcast.letsrun.com Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/letsrun/2aadf281-7b81-487d-b56f-2bba41de85b6 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
En este episodio invitamos a nuestra queridísima Karol Sevilla, actriz y cantante mexicana. Karol era sólo una niña cuando empezó a trabajar en la televisión y a los pocos años se quedó en uno de los proyectos más grandes que ha tenido Disney en español, su cara se convirtió en un referente para las generaciones que iban creciendo junto con ella en “Soy Luna”. Hoy nos acompaña en Se Regalan Dudas para contarnos su vida, sus miedos, sus sueños, su etapa de depresión, ansiedad y las dificultades con las que ha crecido, pero también cómo ha sido crecer ante la mirada de millones de personas y tantas otras cosas con las que conectamos y aprendimos a través de su historia. Quédense con nosotras y si les gusta el episodio no olviden calificarlo y compartirlo. En este episodio encontrarás información sobre:Los orígenes de Karol SevillaSus inicios como actrizLa importancia del apoyo de su abuela y su familiaAlcanzar tus sueñosSoy Luna: el papel que cambió su vidaCrecer en otro paísDescubrir quién eres realmenteDepresión y ansiedadLidiar con la famaEncontrar tu camino y poner límitesLa falsedad en las redes socialesEstereotipos de bellezaHacer las paces contigo mismxSi te gustó el episodio compártelo y no olvides seguirnos para estar al tanto de los que vienen.Ve a go.podimo.com/dudas para escuchar o ver todos nuestros episodios de martes y jueves con dos semanas de anticipación. Al suscribirte tendrás 45 días para verlos GRATIS y además disfrutar de nuestro ESPECIAL DEL AMOR de 9 episodios.Ve este episodio en YoutubeSi te interesó este episodio, también puedes escuchar: 240. Las caras del éxito | Miguel Layún 246. Confía en tu intuición | Danna Paola250. Ansiedad y depresión ¿El precio de la fama? | Daniela Rodrice264. Sacúdete las expectativas y sé tú | Dulce MaríaConoce más sobre este tema y sobre nuestra invitada gratis aquíSi tú o alguien que conoces necesita ayuda, pueden encontrarla en: seregalandudas.com/ayuda Encuéntranos en: linktr.ee/seregalandudas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Steph Curry drops 50 in game 7 at Sac. Looney continues to impress. Steph and Lebron meet again in post season. Herbs of The Week
With a chance to end their First Round series at home vs. the Sacramento Kings, your Golden State Warriors laid a massive egg. Patrick is joined by Randy Dumalig (@RanDumProd) to discuss the W's brutal 118-99 loss to Sac at Chase Center. This game encapsulated the W's regular season as bad habits and terrible attention to detail once again haunted the squad. They have no one to blame but themselves. Can they rally and beat the Kings on the road again to redeem themselves and move on to Round 2? Will the basketball gods forgive them for their sinful performance and lack of respect for the game? Or will it be the last time we see this core before major offseason changes? Join the Oakland Warriors Discord server! (0:00) Bad regular season habits show up AGAIN! (4:57) Were the W's tired? What else went wrong (10:19) Major changes ahead if W's lose Game 7 (15:19) Kings' small lineup (18:08) What they hope to see in Game 7 (22:11) The Jordan Poole experience strikes again (26:50) Should Steve Kerr have played Jonathan Kuminga earlier? (30:45) Game 7 predictions and what happens next WATCH ALL PODCAST EPISODES ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL youtube.com/OaklandWarriors TALK HOOPS WITH US! JOIN OUR DISCORD SERVER discord.gg/XK3PMjARbv SUPPORT THE SHOW paypal.com/support/OaklandWarriors patreon.com/OaklandWarriors BUY AN OAKLAND WARRIORS T-SHIRT oaklandwarriors.com CONNECT WITH PATRICK Twitter: twitter.com/OaklandWarriors Mastodon: sfba.social/@warriors Post: post.news/warriors Facebook: facebook.com/OaklandWarriors QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, OR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: email@example.com MUSIC BY PAPER SON: paperson.bandcamp.com soundcloud.com/paper-son
OVERALL CONTRACTORS - FILTRO 3601. Noche para olvidar en la bahía. GSW vs SAC a juego 7.2. LOS LAKERS a segunda ronda.
CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez
“Especially this year, what I want to do is be better than last year. I feel like my mentality in the fall and winter was to run better than I did last year. Even though maybe I didn't have the position results I wanted, I PR'ed in every single event. I've accomplished those goals and now for the outdoor season, I just want to win races and be one of the best in the world.” Mario Garcia Romo is a professional middle-distance runner representing Spain and the On Athletics Club. Last year was a massive season for him. He won the NCAA indoor mile title with Ole Miss and then has a disappointing showing at the NCAA Outdoor Championships but many people forgot about it when he ended up winning the Spanish 1500m title and then finished fourth at the World Championships in the 1500m in 3:30.20. It was a big personal best and he moved from seventh to fourth in the final 100 meters. He missed that bronze medal by just three-hundredths of a second. He went on to earn a bronze medal at the European Championships before fully joining the OAC in Boulder in the fall. This past indoor season, he broke the Spanish indoor mile record in 3:51.79 at the Millrose Games. In this conversation, you'll hear about his goals for the upcoming outdoor season to try and improve upon last year, being a student of the sport watching Matt Centrowitz videos to become a master tactician, his roots in Spain and much more. Host: Chris Chavez | @Chris_J_Chavez on Instagram Guest: Mario Garcia Romo | @MarioGarciaRomo on Instagram SUPPORT THE SPONSORS OLIPOP is a prebiotic soda with only 2-5g of sugar that is actually good for your gut health. – and it's delicious. Use code CITIUS25 for 25% off non-subscription orders. Learn more at https://DrinkOlipop.com (click the link or use our promotional code for the discount) On Track Nights: Track Fest The first On Track Nights event of the year features the best of Los Angeles' music scene and some of the world's best athletes too – starting things with a bang on and off the track. Be there at Mt. SAC on May 6, 2023. More info here: https://www.on-running.com/en-us/explore/events/on-track-nights-los-angeles GARMIN: Introducing the Forerunner 965 from Garmin, the ultimate GPS running and triathlon smartwatch. With a bright AMOLED touchscreen display and lightweight titanium bezel, this premium watch is designed for athletes who demand the very best. Learn more here: https://www.garmin.com/en-US/ SAYSKY: Are you a runner looking for high-performance and quality apparel that also embodies a relaxed and fun attitude? Look no further than SAYSKY. Established in Copenhagen in 2013, SAYSKY is on a mission to bring a fresh perspective to the running apparel industry. Use code CITIUS15 at checkout for 15% off all your orders. Applies worldwide at https://saysky.us/ VELOUS FOOTWEAR: VELOUS is an active recovery footwear brand designed to help you restore, revive & Reenergize before and after you train. Two years in development, this team has created the world's most comfortable, supportive and lightweight active recovery shoe in the world. Get 20% off using code CitiusMag20. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
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Knicks knocked out the Cavs and Steve is hurt. Another Cleveland tragedy. The Greek Freak is gone! Dubs beat Sac. The light skinned boys too good. Can the Lakers close it out tonight?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Instinto y trabajo, son los ejes principales de la personalidad artística de Antonio Gades; un obrero del arte, como a él le gustaba definirse. Empecé a bailar por hambre y luego vino la vocación. Antonio Esteve Ródenas nació en Elda (Alicante) en 1936. Hijo de un humilde obrero parecía destinado a seguir siendo obrero, pero gracias a su férrea disciplina pudo cambiar su destino. Siendo adolescente, Antonio logra entrar en la compañía de Pilar López, hermana de la Argentinita y una de las maestras de baile más reputadas. Será ella quien le ponga el nombre artístico de Gades en honor a las bailarinas gaditanas de época romana. Con Pilar López aprendió la danza como una unión de estética y ética. Una ética que se verá reforzada por el fuerte compromiso político y social que tuvo Gades durante toda su vida guiado por la figura de su padre, combatiente republicano en la Guerra Civil. En 1961 debutó en la Scala de Milán como primer bailarín y un año después participa en su primera película, Los Tarantos junto a Carmen Amaya. Más adelante, su carrera cinematográfica alcanzará su cénit en la colaboración Saura-Gades para la trilogía, Bodas de Sangre, Carmen y El Amor Brujo. Pero el bailarín, bailaor y coreógrafo Antonio Gades se sentía, sobre todo, marino. El mar y la navegación le aportaron sus momentos de vida más plácidos. Y cruzando el océano alcanzó Cuba, el puerto de su vida. El lugar ideal en su forma de entender la danza como lucha revolucionaria. Sacó su alma caribeña junto a Alicia Alonso, y con ella y Fidel Castro como padrinos celebró en La Habana su boda civil con Pepa Flores, Marisol. En su última creación, Fuenteovejuna, con guión de José Manuel Caballero Bonald, Gades da forma a su síntesis entre baile y justicia social. Una obra en la que su militancia ideológica alcanza el culmen con un pueblo que se erige como principal protagonista. Aunque muy enfermo, aún le quedará energía para hacer un último viaje en barco a Cuba, unos meses antes de morir, en julio de 2004, en el que expresa su ideal de libertad y disciplina. Allí volverán sus cenizas para descansar en el Segundo Frente Oriental de Santiago de Cuba junto a los héroes de la revolución. El documental, con la firma de Olga Baeza, cuenta con la participación de su hija María y de su última esposa Eugenia Eiriz, presidenta y directora de la Fundación Antonio Gades. También intervienen, Cristina Cruces, investigadora del flamenco y catedrática de Antropología Social; los músicos y colaboradores de Antonio, Faustino Núñez y Emilio de Diego; las bailarinas y parejas de baile de Gades, Stella Arauzo y Cristina Hoyos; el cantaor Gómez de Jerez, y los propietarios del Corral de la Morería, Blanca del Rey y su hijo Juan Manuel. Y el patrón de altura y miembro de la tripulación de Antonio, Jorge Verde, Coque, nos narra los avatares de su última navegación a Cuba. Agradecemos a la Fundación Antonio Gades y al Centro de Documentación de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música su apoyo para la realización de este documental. Escuchar audio
The Kings fall to the Dubs in Game 5 Golden State lets the Kings hang around, but Sac can't take advantage Can the Kings win a Game 6 in San Francisco? A look at the other matchups from last night in the NBA See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Patrick is once again joined by Calvin in Seattle (@CaliCalvin) to break down the Golden State Warriors' 123-116 Game 5 road win over the Sacramento Kings. The W's stole the series lead for the first time at 3-2 and can close out the Kings at Chase Center on Friday. The W's played their most focused and complete meaningful game of the season, closing out every quarter strong. They didn't have terrible lapses and they overcame everything the upstarts from Sac threw at them. Their Championship DNA and veteran experience led the way. Can they deliver the knockout blow in Game 6? Join the Oakland Warriors Discord server! (0:00) W's playoff experience closed every quarter out (5:34) W's core playoff vets stepped up and led the way (8:29) What this says about the state of the Warriors? (10:40) Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody again barely play (12:51) De'Aaron Fox plays well but clearly hindered by broken finger (14:54) Is the series done? (19:21) W's most impressive game of the season (20:04) Lakers or Grizzlies? (21:35) Bucks choke, eliminated by Heat (23:06) Stephen Curry's shoulder? WATCH ALL PODCAST EPISODES ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL youtube.com/OaklandWarriors TALK HOOPS WITH US! JOIN OUR DISCORD SERVER discord.gg/XK3PMjARbv SUPPORT THE SHOW paypal.com/support/OaklandWarriors patreon.com/OaklandWarriors BUY AN OAKLAND WARRIORS T-SHIRT oaklandwarriors.com CONNECT WITH PATRICK Twitter: twitter.com/OaklandWarriors Mastodon: sfba.social/@warriors Post: post.news/warriors Facebook: facebook.com/OaklandWarriors QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, OR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: firstname.lastname@example.org MUSIC BY PAPER SON: paperson.bandcamp.com soundcloud.com/paper-son
Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
Oglala Lakota chef Sean Sherman was named a TIME100, the magazine's list of 100 most influential people of 2023. He's a high-profile leader in the Native American food movement, the founder of non-profit groups advocating for food sovereignty, and the founder of the award-winning restaurant Owamni. Also shaking things up in the kitchen is Kickapoo chef and owner of Wahpepah's Kitchen, Crystal Wahpepah. She went head-to-head with celebrity chef Bobby Flay on the Food Network culinary competition show “Beat Bobby Flay”. In this episode of The Menu, we catch up with both chefs and also hear about how all the tribes in one state are providing traditional foods for their elders. GUESTS Sean Sherman (Oglala Lakota), chef and owner of Owamni, co-founder of The Sioux Chef and North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NATIFS) Crystal Wahpepah (Kickapoo and Sac and Fox), chef and owner of Wahpepah's Kitchen Marlon Skenandore (Oneida Nation citizen), manager, Oneida Emergency Food Pantry
Patrick breaks down the Golden State Warriors' thrilling 126-125 win at Chase Center over the Sacramento Kings in Game 4 of their first round series. The W's stumbled at times (especially in the final minute) and the Kings fought hard, but at the end of the day, the W's old friend Harrison Barnes saved the W's and clanked a potential game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer that would have sealed the W's fate. With new life, now the series is tied 2-2 and all the pressure is on the Kings headed back to Sac for Game 5. (0:00) Join the Oakland Warriors Discord server! (1:50) Warriors win over Kings comes down to the wire (12:12) Steve Kerr leaned on the Championship Core (13:54) Jonathan Kuminga, Moses Moody, Gary Payton II get limited minutes (16:13) Kings' role players impressive on the road (17:38) Now all the pressure is on Sac heading into Game 5 WATCH ALL PODCAST EPISODES ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL youtube.com/OaklandWarriors TALK HOOPS WITH US! JOIN OUR DISCORD SERVER discord.gg/XK3PMjARbv SUPPORT THE SHOW paypal.com/support/OaklandWarriors patreon.com/OaklandWarriors BUY AN OAKLAND WARRIORS T-SHIRT oaklandwarriors.myshopify.com CONNECT WITH PATRICK Twitter: twitter.com/OaklandWarriors Mastodon: sfba.social/@warriors Post: post.news/warriors Facebook: facebook.com/OaklandWarriors QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, OR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: email@example.com MUSIC BY PAPER SON: paperson.bandcamp.com soundcloud.com/paper-son Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/oakland-warriors-a-golden-state-warriors-podcast/donations
The only thing denizens of the California Capitol love more than talking politics is eating good grub. With that in mind, our guest today is Carney King, the man behind the very popular new Twitter feed Culinary Caucus. Carney's mission is to find the best food and, more important, the best food deals around the Capitol area. Then we welcome back an old friend to offer his insights into who had the Worst Week in California Politics! 0:35 Welcome Carney King1:25 What is the Culinary Caucus?2:25 the late great Bud's Buffet4:00 Ambrosia and Alejandro's5:40 Carney's favorites8:10 Stealth Carney?11:00 Kru and El Novillero13:30 Sac's best hot dog14:45 Where are the food trucks?19:00 how to find the Culinary Caucus on Twitter20:15 Worst Week, Sheng ThaoWant to support the Capitol Weekly Podcast? Make your tax deductible donation here: capitolweekly.net/donations/Capitol Weekly Podcast theme is "Pickin' My Way" by Eddie Lang "#WorstWeekCA" Beat provided by freebeats.io
Co-host, Tania Anders welcomes Kinesiology professor Marc Ruh to the podcast to talk about a beautiful new space on campus: Heritage Hall. Heritage Hall is the home of the Kinesiology, Athletics, and Dance Division offices, as well as The Douglas Smith Museum of Mt. SAC Athletics. Tania and Marc explore the history of Mt. SAC's athletics program, the path to making the dream of Heritage Hall come true and the stories behind some of Professor Ruh's favorite museum pieces. Enjoy! Resources: Mt. SAC Heritage Hall https://www.mtsacathleticscomplex.com/main-facilities/heritage-hall Mt. SAC Heritage Hall Ribbon Cutting https://www.mtsac.edu/newsroom/news/heritage_hilmer.html San Gabriel Valley Tribune: Mt. SAC Hall of Fame induction ceremony held in new Heritage hall https://www.sgvtribune.com/2022/02/28/mt-sac-hall-of-fame-induction-ceremony-held-in-new-heritage-hall/ Mt. SAC Foundation and Alumni Association: Heritage Hall https://mtsacfoundation.org/community-connections-1/heritage-hall Mt. SAC Kinesiology, Athletics, and Dance Division https://www.mtsac.edu/kinesiology/department/ Run time: 22:45 min To find the full transcript for this episode, click HERE
Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! La Historia del Mando Aéreo Estratégico empieza en 1946 y termina el 1992 con la distensión provocada por el fin de la Guerra Fría. Fue un comando del Departamento de Defensa de los EE.UU. encargado del ataque nuclear estratégico que contaba con bombarderos y misiles, y toda la infraestructura necesaria: desde silos a aviones cisterna, bases en el extranjero, transporte especial de artefactos nucleares, investigación, defensa de instalaciones, centros de control... La Historia del SAC se desarrolla con la de la Guerra Fría, y en parte es responsable directa de las relaciones entre las superpotencias de la época. Te lo cuenta Esaú Rodríguez y Dani CarAn. Si quieres acceder a episodios como estos, a + de 700 audios exclusivos de Historia Bélica, a un nuevos programas CB FANS 💥 cada viernes, a escuchar todos los programas de Casus Belli sin publicidad, y contribuir a que el proyecto continúe, puedes apoyarnos por menos de lo que cuestan dos cafés ☕☕. Solo has de pulsar el botón azul de ☑️ APOYAR. Recuerda que estamos en: 👉 https://podcastcasusbelli.com 👉 Twitter, como @casusbellipod @CasusBelliPod 👉 Facebook, nuestra página es @casusbellipodcast 👉 https://www.facebook.com/CasusBelliPodcast Telegram, nuestro canal es @casusbellipodcast 👉 https://t.me/casusbellipodcast Y nuestro chat es @casusbellipod https://t.me/casusbellipod ¿Queréis contarnos algo? También puedes escribirnos a 🗨️firstname.lastname@example.org ¿Quieres anunciarte en este podcast, esponsorizar un episodio o una serie? Hazlo a través de 👉 https://www.advoices.com/casus-belli-podcast-historia Si te ha gustado, y crees que nos lo merecemos, nos sirve mucho que nos des un like, si nos escuchas desde la app de Ivoox. La música incluida en el programa es Freedom Soldiers de Gregory Lourme bajo licencia CC. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/ Muchas gracias por escucharnos, y hasta la próxima. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
The whole gang is back from Spring Break and Oooooooo do they have some stories to tell. You definitely don't want to miss hearing what happened to Greg LOL! Plus, Assistant Producer Sleepy Sal recaps his weekend at Coachella in the most hilarious way possible. We also had one of the most exciting Big Money Minute's and Nikki recaps the DISASTER that was the Love is Blind Reunion on Netflix, while Greg gets you set for Game #2 of the Warriors vs Sac in Sassy Sports. Get in here...you don't want to miss a second of today's show! Support Big Bay Mornings: https://997now.com/podcast-shows/Big-Bay-MorningsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Patrick discusses the Golden State Warriors Round 1 road playoff loss to the Sacramento Kings. This definitely felt like a game the W's should've taken, but De'Aaron Fox and Malik Monk were on fire and the W's couldn't hit enough of their own shots or get enough stops in the fourth quarter. Overall though, the W's looked focused and played with renewed defensive effort. Andrew Wiggins looked great in his first game in two months, though he seemed to run out of steam towards the end. The W's just need a split in Sac to snag homecourt advantage, so Warriors' fans should feel optimistic heading into Game 2 on Monday. (0:00) De'Aaron Fox impresses and surprises (3:18) Live and die by the 3: W's put up 50 3FGAs (6:41) Wiggins looks great in return but misses big shot (8:21) No reason to worry or panic WATCH ALL PODCAST EPISODES ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL youtube.com/OaklandWarriors TALK HOOPS ON OUR DISCORD SERVER discord.gg/XK3PMjARbv SUPPORT THE SHOW paypal.com/support/OaklandWarriors patreon.com/OaklandWarriors BUY AN OAKLAND WARRIORS T-SHIRT oaklandwarriors.myshopify.com CONNECT WITH PATRICK Twitter: twitter.com/OaklandWarriors Mastodon: sfba.social/@warriors Post: post.news/warriors Facebook: facebook.com/OaklandWarriors QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, OR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: email@example.com MUSIC BY PAPER SON: paperson.bandcamp.com soundcloud.com/paper-son Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/oakland-warriors-a-golden-state-warriors-podcast/donations
Está no ar mais um Serviço de Atendimento à Cavalaria, aquele podcast da Rede Geek capaz de ouvir e interagir com empatia com quem está do outro lado da linha! No episódio dessa semana, ouça o maior número de pessoas num SAC, tente descobrir quem é quem e compre a Versão Pocket. Dialogue e tenha suas solicitações atendidas (ou não) nesse atendimento sob o comando dos Marechais Tato Tarcan e Prof. Maury! Gostou do episódio? Quer participar? Mande um comentário em áudio pelo WhatsApp +55 11 98765-6950.
El presidente de la SAC mencionó en La FM que el clima es una de las variables que más le preocupa.
Light Years: A Golden State Warriors Pod
Sam and Tommy discuss the Warriors' playoff outlook after beating the Kings. Should they hope for a Suns or Sac first round matchup? (22:50) Later, they take your calls. Host: Sam Esfandiari Guest: Tommy Gunn Producer: Tim Angan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to the fifty-eighth episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast. We are going to talk about nukes since there is so much about a possible WW III in all the media. President Ronald Reagan created the world's best nuclear deterrent capability in Strategic Air Command as he poured money into the military after years of neglect. The timeframe from when I showed up at the 509th Air Refueling Squadron in 1985 to 1990 when I left Pease as it was closing was a great time to be a KC-135 pilot at Portsmouth New Hampshire. I was flying an airplane I loved, doing a critical Air Force mission that was fun, and got to take a T-37 up whenever I could find another Copilot to go with me. It was a golden age of flying in my career. But still very dangerous as every third week I would go into an underground nuclear-hardened bunker and sit on Single Integrated Operations Plan or SIOP alert with six FB-111As carrying four nukes and five to six tankers to refuel them on their mission of Armaggedon. This episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is sponsored by the Amazon Best-Selling book Tanker Pilot: Lessons from the Cockpit found in all four formats... Hardback, Softback, Kindle, and Audible. Twenty-two chapters give readers a behind-the-scenes look at global air operations from a KC-135. Visit Wall Pilot, custom aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. You can choose from four, six, and eight-foot-long aircraft profiles printed on vinyl you can peel off and stick to any flat surface. These are very detailed prints of famous aircraft so please go to wallpilot.com and order one or two prints for your walls. Wall Pilot does custom artwork and patches too. Our products are weather resistant... one customer put his F-15 squadron patches on his boat and they stayed put and didn't fade! I loved flying the KC-135 Stratotanker and my assignment to Kadena Air Base in Okinawa was the best flying experience of my career... where I learned the most. The FB-111A was the SAC version of the swing-wing fighter bomber made famous during Desert Storm. This is a print of the FB-111A from Pease AFB I sat alert with many times. The B-58 Hustler named Cowtown Hustler set the speed record for flight from LA to New York and back to LA setting seven speed records until the SR-71 Blackbird came along. The E-6A Mercury Take Charge and Move Out or TACAMO aircraft was flown by the Navy and used for command and control of the submarine forces. The SR-71 Blackbird was SAC's very special and very fast reconnaissance platform moving at over Mach 3+! The Okinawans called it Habu, after a poisonous snake on the island because it looked so much like the reptile. Thanks for downloading and listening to this and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast can be found on my website markhasara.com
Nekias Duncan and Steve Jones Jr react to the latest news (1:00), talk through the questions they have about West playoff teams (15:00), then end with Free Throws (1:28:00). Teams discussed: DEN, MEM, SAC, PHX, LAC, GSW If you'd like to join our online Dunker Spot watch parties, you can do so here: https://www.playback.tv/thedunkerspot
Bout that Life (AAU Life and basketball talk) Podcast
Coach C. Collins and Coach MJ are ready to talk more AAU basketball, life and everything in between. In this episode, we have guest Matt Johnson the head Varsity coach of Sacramento High School and former Division 1 player. Matt has revitalized Sac High basketball and in his first year as varsity coach has shut down any doubts of his ability to coach. Coach Johnson was not only a student-athlete at Sac high, winning multiple section titles but as his first year as head coach he won a section title which is a rare thing to happen in high school sports. Coach Johnson opens up about his personal life and growth from young athlete to family man and father. His approach to the game and viewpoints on the success of his team are very profound and this is a great episode to tune in. ------------------------------ If you wish to support the show Podbean Patron: https://patron.podbean.com/boutthatlifeaau Patreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/join/Boutthatlife? Cash App: https://cash.app/$phenixfitness23 PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XKVLCD8U3MC36 Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/CoachCCollins ------------------------------- Topics on the show include the Sacramento area has found new life in the basketball culture having Sac state women's win the big sky, having Andre Stojakovic as an All-American and of course the Sacramento Kings are number 2 in the western conference and playing great basketball. Coach MJ is back as well and adds his insights but also brings perspective from the training side of what is discussed. Are kids playing to many games and is that attributing to injuries is talked about and the current culture of parents and basketball. ------------------------------ If you wish to support the show Podbean Patron: https://patron.podbean.com/boutthatlifeaau Patreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/join/Boutthatlife? Cash App: https://cash.app/$phenixfitness23 PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XKVLCD8U3MC36 Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/CoachCCollins ------------------------------- Guest: Matthew Johnson (Sac High Varsity coach/ Former Division 1 player) 1st year Varsity Coach First coach to win section title as player and coach Played JC and Division 1 basketball Family man and business owner " This group is special and I don't know if Ill ever have another group of 10 kids like this" -Matt Johnson Follow Coach Johnson Journey Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattjohnson916/ Sac High Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sachighbasketball/ Full Video from Reaction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPqG1qmTNW4&t=516s ----------------------------- This episode we get the perspective of a former Ball player and champion varsity coach. Coach C. Collins and Coach MJ are going to see if Matt Johnson is really Bout That Life!!! ------------------------------- ------------------------------- Please Support the Show Podbean Patron: https://patron.podbean.com/boutthatlifeaau Patreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/join/Boutthatlife? Cash App: https://cash.app/$phenixfitness23 PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XKVLCD8U3MC36 Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/CoachCCollins Sponsors Dr. Dish the best shooting machines on the market https://www.drdishbasketball.com/ Hardwood Palace Rec/Tournament Basketball facility http://www.hardwoodpalace.com/ Click Here to follow IG: https://www.instagram.com/hoopstariam/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/christopher.collins.106 Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/Christo53408073 Feel free to check out other episodes on our Main show "Bout that Life" Training Site: https://www.phenixfitness23.com/contact-us AAU Club Information: http://www.ybadawgs.com/ Thank you for your support and time and as Rize to Prime!!! Coach MJ(God Given Talent) IG: https://www.instagram.com/ggtbasketball/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=mark%20jeffries Mirrorless Media Group(Johann Tate) Video production IG: https://www.instagram.com/nocapyog/
The town: Anadarko, Oklahoma. The year: 1967. Hundreds of onlookers, both locals and those from elsewhere (even from around the world) lined the streets of the little town. The 36th annual Indian Expo was to kick off as usual, with a parade featuring Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Fort Sill Apache, Ponca, Pawnee, Delaware, Cheyenne, Arapaho Caddo, Osage, Sac, Fox, Otoe-Missouri, Wichita, and up to 50 other tribes proudly singing, drumming and dancing their way in their regalia down Main Street. As every year, a Native celebrity was selected as “Indian of the Year” and in 1967, the Choctaw “King of the Cowboys”, Roy Rogers was the grateful recipient. There he rode, cowboy hat and all, in a convertible, along with his cowgirl wife, Dale Evans adorned in an apple-print dress. Seated between the two was a young girl, also wearing a dress with apple print. The girl's name was Mary Little Doe or “Dodie” for short, and I had the honor of visiting with Dodie (Choctaw) to hear her story in this 3-part series. Listeners, this is one you do not want to miss! In this episode, you'll hear about: The surprising story of Dale Evans' firstborn son Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - their early life, careers, heartbreak in the love department prior to meeting each other, and finally their love story Roy Rogers' trips to children's hospitals with his horse, Trigger who would climb the stairs to see the kids The hilarious story of Roy and Dale's wedding in Oklahoma Anadarko, Ok (my hometown) and Horace Poolaw and Robert Goombi Jr's connection to Dodie and her parents Stay tuned for parts 2 and 3 coming up next! Check Out: Cheryl Rogers: https://www.cherylrogers.com/ Sons of the Pioneers: https://sonsofthepioneers.org/ Anadarko Indian Expo: https://www.facebook.com/AmericianIndianExposition Native ChocTalk Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nativechoctalkpodcast All Podcast Episodes: https://nativechoctalk.com/podcasts/ #dodierogers #choctawnationofoklahoma #royrogers #daleevansrogers #dalerogers #happytrailstoyou #anadarko #anadarkooklahoma #anadarkoheritagemuseum #saveouranadarkoheritagemuseum #adravance #nativechoctalkpodcast #nativechoctalk #rachaelellenyoungman #rachaelyoungman #Choctaw #chahta #nativeamerican #AmericanIndian #nativepodcast
Today on episode 373 of the outdoor biz podcast I'm talking with Travel Creel founder and chef Joshua Schwartz. Joshua and his team love to fish! Their goal is to combine world-class fishing destinations with comfortable accommodations and outstanding dining experiences. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE. I'd love to hear your feedback about the show! You can contact me here: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a message on Speakpipe! Presented to by: Show Notes How'd you get into cooking? So, my grandfather owned a French bistro, so I kind of grew up in a restaurant as a kid, and he passed away when I was pretty young, and didn't really know how to deal with his passing. Didn't really understand grief and everyone was really upset. My family, my mom, my dad, my sister were all upset and I didn't really know what to do cuz I wasn't feeling upset, but I didn't know how to deal with it. And my mom's like, you, everyone deals with grief differently, so you just need to choose what you wanna do and how you wanna deal with it. And I said, well, I'm just gonna be a chef like grandpa was. Oh, cool. And that was really kind of like, I set my sights on it and I never looked back. So tell us about your cooking career. You cooked at the French Laundry, Bouchon, and Per Se Yeah, so I started cooking at 14 professionally and worked my way through some of local restaurants and met a chef when I was in high school, who was an instructor at the New England Culinary Institute, and he worked for Thomas Keller at his original restaurant in New York called Rakel. He helped me get set up going to the New England Culinary Institute. Which, which is where I went to school in Vermont. And my first externship, from the way that school worked was you did six months at school, six months as an externship working in a professional kitchen. And then back to school for six months and then back out in the field for six more months. And then you graduated. So my first externship was in New York working for David Bouley at the original Bouley on Duane and Houston. And that was my introduction to fine dining. When did you have time to pick up fly fishing? When I was working at the French Laundry we started the project of Buchon and me and another chef friend Jeff Cerciello, we were going to be the sous chefs at Buchon. So we, we were helping with that project and everything was going really well, but it was kind of slow-moving, you know, building a restaurant out and starting it from the ground. , it was slow-moving. So we had, we had a lot of free time. I mean, not a lot, but more than normal. And he asked me if I wanted to go up and fish go fish with him up on Hat Creek. Which is, you know, a beautiful Spring Creek in Northern California. I had grown up fishing as a kid. My grandmother used to take me flounder fishing off the dock on Long Island as a kid. And, and then we moved to Pennsylvania when I was a little bit older and we had ponds in every corner. And I used to use my spin rod and catch bass left and right. And that was kind of like a normal summer routine for me. So I loved fishing. But I'd never fly fished before. And I caught my first fish on a dry fly and that was it. I mean, on the way home, I overdrew my bank account and bought a fly rod a fly. waiters and boots at the fly shop in Redding. I remember it specifically cause I overdrew my account. Right, right, right. But I was dead set on like, I'm gonna keep doing this. It's, yeah. So it's, it's a great sport to participate in. Yeah. And then that summer, like we took another, like, we, we all mountain bike and we took. A mountain biking trip up to Tahoe. And I remember one day we were, we were gonna do the Crest Trail and I was like, I'm gonna take the day off from biking and I'm gonna go fishing. And I went out to the East Carson and, and, and set myself up with a bob or rig for the first time and caught my first Subsurface on a fly rod, on a flash, a flashback, pheasant tail. And then I was just like, now I'm in it. So it was very cool. It was pretty awesome. And that was, that was the beginning. Then a couple of years later, what happened is I went to New York at that point and went to Per Se, and all my fly fishing gear went into a bin. So what was the inspiration for Travel Creel? How did those two things mesh into what you're doing today? So, a friend of mine has an outfitting company AC Fly Fishing out of Redding. And Anthony had approached me about helping him with a travel trip going to Louisiana for Redfish, and he said, you want to come along and you can go fishing and you'd cook for everybody? And I'm like yeah, dude. Like I get to basically go do this saltwater trip for free, right? Get to do some fishing and you know, all I gotta do is cook, like I can handle that. So it was a great introduction to travel and hospitality with travel. And I did it for a few years with him. We would do it every year. We'd set it all up and so he would just do like one, one international trip a year. It was one trip that I did with him. The whole thing is with saltwater fly fishing, there's no guarantee with fishing. And when you're in the business of creating experiences for people, you gotta work on your controllables. And the controllables are hospitality and you know, a good bed to sleep in, nice meals. All those things are controllable when the fishing's not right. And that was like the premise behind it. That's what we talked about a lot. And why it worked and it made sense to me and I was able to kind of excel in that world of knowing how to talk to fisherman because I was one of 'em. Right? On top of being able to create a great meal for them. And it just made a really good vibe in, in the lodge, you know? It's great. Yeah. And now Travel Creel came to life. Tell everybody what Travel Creel is. What do you do? So basically right around when Covid started, we had a trip to Louisiana planned. And what happened is we had the guides lined up, the lodges lined up, and then the clients bailed out because of Covid. And we kind of hit the panic button a little bit, what are we gonna do? And I was like, well, let me reach out to all my clients. I had started working at Del Gado and I had a kid and I got married I transitioned into guiding because it was a way for me to go fishing still Right. And make money. And my wife would be like, yeah, yeah, you can go 'cause you're making money. So I bought a drift boat. I learned how to row a drift boat and I started, on my weekends going up to Redding and guiding the Sac for trout and ended up getting a permit on the Trinity River and guiding the Trinity. Then that led to me guiding for coastal steelhead as well. The whole premise behind my guiding business was, I can't guarantee you're gonna catch a bunch of fish when we go steelhead fishing. But I guarantee you're gonna have a great lunch. So I had all these clients, right? So I told Anthony, listen, let me reach out to some of my guys and see if I can put together this group and we can still go. Literally in like 24 hours got the trip filled up. And that's when it kind of clicked in my head, like, maybe this is something I should be doing. Right. Maybe you know, I could change my role from being just the guy that goes along and fishes and cooks to the guy who puts the trips together. And really step up the hospitality. Take that killer lunch and turn it into a killer experience. And that's where Travel Creel was born. I wanna create a business where I can create these experiences, not just in Louisiana, but all over the country, and possibly all over the world. We should let everybody know as we're talking that Josh was out for a walk with his daughter and dog, so that's why you're activity in the background. So what are some of the most, let's start with most exotic places that you've taken a group to and kind of had to cook, camp, cook kind of thing? You know, I haven't really done much camp cooking. As far as these trips go, I try to make 'em a little bit more upscale. Where I try to find like a nice place for everyone to congregate. Most recently I think probably the out there place has been San Carlos in Baja for fishing, for Rooster Fish and Marlin. You know, it's kind of like the wild west of Baja. It's like old school, Baja. And as far as like logistics go for me and putting a trip together, it's probably been the most challenging, but most rewarding at the same time. So how do you, is it still word of mouth or how do you market the business? I started with just the clients that I have. And it's, you know, I'm only as good as the last trip I did and every, every little trip I do the word travels and, and you know, I have a client then tell four or five of his buddies and say, you gotta come with me on this next trip. and then those guys tell their friends and it's, it's a lot of word of mouth. And the other, the other part is I have a really great network of friends that are in the fly fishing industry that are all very supportive of what I'm doing. A lot of independent guides. I mean, you and I are talking today because of Dave Neal, Dave Neal. Shout out to Dave great guide. Yeah. He's a great friend and independent guide and supports what I do and, and has eaten my food and loves it. And someone like that I can reach out to him with a trip and be like, Hey, listen, I got two spots left to fill on this trip. and if you fill those spots, then I'll throw you a bone. And that kind of, that kind of stuff is really helpful too. And it's, it's come into play quite a few times, so that's perfect. Do you work all, do you also work with any fly shop? I have been working with George Revelle at Lost Coast Outfitters in San Francisco. So he basically puts together all the lists of gear and everything. I send it out to clients and then they get to contact George directly or the shop perfect, and get all those items they need for a trip. And in turn it's a very simple partnership where he helps me put those lists together. I promote him and he helps me fill seats. Do you get to do any other outdoor activities? No, probably not. You know, my kids have been wanting to go snowboarding this year and we're probably gonna get up there and do that. You know, a lot of everything we do is right here. We live in Sonoma County and we have, we have a big boat that we take out on the lake, or we take out in the bay. The kids like to go be pulled around in a tube or go water skiing. We try to get out on the boat as much as we can when there's nice weather. And we love bike rides. We do a little hiking here and there. Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the fly fishing biz or outdoor biz? I think just get out there and experience it and get on the water and you don't know until you go, you gotta get out there and, and experience it and meet people and network. If you're looking to be a guide, get on that water. Learn from the guys that know the water the best. Obviously learn how to row a boat if you're gonna be running a drift boat. Exactly. Do you have any daily routines to keep your sanity? I'd say as far as daily routines mine is getting in my truck and turning it on some music and driving 45 minutes over the hill. A beautiful drive over through vineyards and the rolling hills here. In that 45-minute ride to and from work, I accomplish more in my head than I do accomplish when I'm at home or at work. It gives me a chance to clear my head. It gives me a chance to think about ideas. A lot of people ask me like, when do you have time to come up with ideas for some of your new dishes and stuff? I'm like, most of those ideas come to me while I'm driving to or from work. Do you read a lot? Do you have any favorite books? Books to give as? My mom was an English teacher and when you presented that question in email, I was like, I can't wait to get to it. I was kind of pushed to read as a kid. I'd say the most recent book that I read is Lords of the Fly. And you know, to me that that book sucked me right into that story. And I actually got to go to Homosassa last year and meet some of the players in that book. Since you're a cook, is there a favorite piece of gear that all of us that cook outside should have in our camp kitchen? Yeah. I think everyone should have, a Japanese Mandolin. They're not expensive. They're like 30 bucks. You can get 'em on Amazon. Watch your fingers cuz they're sharp. But like, it just is a game changer, especially when you're not in the home kitchen. If you're doing some outdoor cooking, then you can slice a slice, a cucumber or carrot, whatever, like within seconds. Okay. And it just adds to being able to work quicker and more efficiently when, you know, chopping onions or shallots or things like that. As we wrap up, is there anything else you'd like to say to our listeners? I'm just really stoked to be here talking to you about what I'm doing and if anyone's interested in doing a fun adventure and has a passion for fishing and fine food and great company to look us up and check out what we're doing. The website is Travel Creel Hospitality
We bring you a fantastic student panel hosted by counselor and Academic Senate co-Vice President Sarah Mestas at Mt. SAC's 2023 Spring Flex Day Opening Session. Students are the experts on their own learning. Thanks for joining us to learn from these student panelists as they share their educational journeys, experiences, and wisdom. Enjoy! Resources: Health Center https://www.mtsac.edu/healthcenter/ Library https://www.mtsac.edu/library/ Mindfulness and Meditation https://www.mtsac.edu/healthcenter/mindfulness/ Mountie Fresh Food Pantry https://www.mtsac.edu/basic-needs/mountiefreshfoodpantry.html Tutoring Centers https://www.mtsac.edu/tutoringcenters/ Student Laptop and Hotspot Loans https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/05c5576dc6864592bde8f1abe10593ef Student Life https://www.mtsac.edu/studentlife/ Student Services https://www.mtsac.edu/studentservices/ Run time: 21:39 min To find the full transcript for this episode, click HERE
On today's episode, we're joined by Luke Smith, Fitness Specialist at HQ, and Jeremiah Wofford, Trainer at Burn Southpark in Charlotte, NC. We're covering all things SAC, which is Burn Boot Camp's Strength And Conditioning physical fitness test. The questions we're covering on today's episode: What is the Strength & Conditioning Test AKA “The SAC”? What is the workout? (share in detail what the exercises are for both men and women) Why is it focused on strength & conditioning? Why does Burn Boot Camp prioritize our trainers able to meet this standard? How does this tie to their level of expertise in leading us (members)? How can athletes train for the workout? Who can do the workout? What are (traditionally) the most challenging parts of the SAC workout for athletes? Why is “passing” important for the trainer? What motivation helps trainers get through the grind? (counters, audience, music, etc) What happens if a trainer does not pass the SAC? ______________________ Interested in joining Burn as a Trainer? Check out our job opportunities HERE!
Mamileiros e mamiletes, no episódio de hoje, o Mamilos vai mergulhar nos medos, nas descobertas e nas possibilidades das famílias reconstituídas. Se o assunto é casamento e famílias, você pode ver o copo meio cheio ou meio vazio. Se por um lado, o Brasil bateu o recorde de divórcios em 2021, com mais de 386 mil casais oficializando o fim da união, por outro, continuamos dobrando a aposta: no mesmo ano 932 mil casais disseram sim no cartório. Contradição? Não. Os números de casamento ainda são altos porque casamos várias vezes, e com tempo médio menor das relações. Recentemente, o Mamilos 350 se debruçou sobre o desafio de divórcios com filhos que envolvem litígios longos e dilacerantes. Hoje, vamos alargar nossa perspectiva em direção a um horizonte muito mais positivo. É possível sim fortalecer a família após um divórcio. É possível com a separação aumentar a rede de afeto e cuidado que vai nutrir nossas crianças pela vida. No programa de hoje, vamos ouvir a história de quatro pessoas e contar com as reflexões da psicanalista Elisama Santos, apresentadora SAC das Emoções, do canal GNT, autora dos best-sellers “Porque gritamos” e “Conversas corajosas” e apresentadora dos podcasts "Vai passar" e "Café com cuscuz". Vamos todos juntos! _____ FALE CONOSCO . Email: email@example.com _____ CONTRIBUA COM O MAMILOS Quem apoia o Mamilos ajuda a manter o podcast no ar e ainda participa do nosso grupo especial no Telegram. É só R$9,90 por mês! Quem assina não abre mão. https://www.catarse.me/mamilos _____ Equipe Mamilos Mamilos é uma produção do B9 A apresentação é de Cris Bartis e Ju Wallauer. Pra ouvir todos episódios, assine nosso feed ou acesse mamilos.b9.com.br Quem coordenou essa produção foi Beatriz Souza e Eduarda Esteves. Com a estrutura de pauta e roteiro escrito por Raquel Paris, Cris Bartis e Ju Wallauer. A edição foi de Soapbox Estúdio & Produtora e as trilhas sonoras, de Angie Lopez. A coordenação digital é feita por Agê Barros. O B9 tem direção executiva de Cris Bartis, Ju Wallauer e Carlos Merigo. O atendimento e negócios é feito por Thuany Rodrigues e Telma Zenaro.
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Today I'm talking to Julian Crosson-Hill. Julian Crosson-Hill, ACC, is an ICF certified spiritual life coach and human design specialist. Julian's spiritual journey to answering his spiritual calling has taken many twists and turns over 32 years of seeking. Discovering human design during his spiritual life coach training really impacted that journey. Seeing human design as a permission slip to let go of the shoulds and have-tos has allowed Julian to create a life and business that feels aligned with his spiritual calling. As the founder of Priest of Inanna, LLC Julian helps spiritual professionals and entrepreneurs breakthrough self-created limitation and change the world. Julian is also an active member of the Humane Marketing Circle. In today's episode, we cover the following points: What Human Design is and where it comes from The five different Human Design types How knowing our design helps us in business and marketing How AI can be positive for Generators How HD hands out permission slips And so much more We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Ep 159 [00:00:00] Sarah: Hello, humane marketers. Welcome back to the Humane Marketing Podcast, the place to be for the generation of marketers that cares. This is a show where we talk about running your business in a way that feels good to you, is aligned with your values, and also resonates with today's conscious customers because it's humane. [00:00:21] And non-pushy. I'm Sarah Z, your hippie turn business coach for quietly rebellious entrepreneurs and marketing impact pioneers. Mama Bear of the Humane Marketing Circle and renegade author of marketing like we're human and selling like. We're human. If after listening to the show for a while you're ready to move on to the next level and start implementing and would welcome a community of like-minded, quietly rebellious entrepreneurs who discuss with transparency what works and what doesn't work in business, then we'd love to welcome you in our humane marketing. [00:00:58] If you're picturing your [00:01:00] typical Facebook group, let me paint a new picture for you. This is a closed community of like-minded entrepreneurs from all over the world who come together once per month in a Zoom Circle workshop to hold each other accountable and build their business in a sustainable way. [00:01:16] We share with transparency and vulnerability what works for us and what doesn't work, so that you can figure out what works for you instead of keep throwing spaghetti. On the wall and seeing what sticks. Find out more at humane.marketing/circle, and if you prefer one-on-one support from me. My humane business coaching could be just what you need, whether it's for your marketing, sales, general business building, or help with your big idea like writing a book. [00:01:47] I'd love to share my brain and my heart with you together with my almost 15 years business experience and help you grow a sustainable business that is, Full and sustainable. If you love this [00:02:00] podcast, wait until I show you my Mama Bear qualities as my one-on-one client can find out more at humane.marketing/coaching. [00:02:09] And finally, if you are a Marketing Impact pioneer and would like to bring Humane Marketing to your organization, have a look at my offers and workshops on my firstname.lastname@example.org. [00:02:31] Hi, friends. Welcome back to another episode on the Humane Marketing Podcast. Today's conversation fits under the P of Personal Power as we talk about human design. If you're a regular here, you know that I'm organizing the conversations around the seven Ps of the Humane Marketing Mandala. , and if this is your first time here, you don't know what I'm talking about, but you can download your one page marketing plan with the humane marketing version of the seven [00:03:00] Ps of email@example.com slash one page. [00:03:06] That's the number one in the word page. And this comes with seven email prompts to really help you reflect on these different PS for your business. Today I'm talking to Julian Crossen Hill, and Julian is an I C F certified spiritual life coach and human design specialist. Julian's spiritual journey to answering his spiritual calling has taken many twists and turns. [00:03:31] Over 32 years of seeking, discovering human design during his spiritual life. Coach training really impacted that journey. Seeing human design as a permission slip to let go of the shoulds and have twos has allowed Julian to create a life and business that feels aligned with his spiritual calling. [00:03:51] Julian helps spiritual professionals and entrepreneurs break through self-created limitation and change the world. [00:04:00] And Julian is actually also an active member of the Humane Marketing Circle, which is our community of humane marketers. In our conversation, we covered the following points. We talk about what human design is and where it comes from. [00:04:15] The five different human design types, how knowing our design helps us in business and marketing. One specifically interesting topic is how ai, artificial intelligence, can be a really positive development for generators. So for. Type of human design, which are includes many of us. I'm a generator, for example, and then also how human design hands out permission slips. [00:04:47] Before we dive in with Julian, I'd also like to mention that while I'm no human design expert, I do know how powerful knowing our design is, together with other information about how [00:05:00] we're wired. And I write about that in the marketing like we're human book. And I also dedicate a whole P for this type of information to the personal power P in the seven Ps of humane marketing. [00:05:13] It's also the second module in my marketing, like we're human, a k a, the client resonator program. And you can only resonate with your ideal people if you have a deep understanding of who you truly are, and knowing your human design is one of those things that can help you get a deeper understanding because I really feel like true confidence. [00:05:37] in your own ability and power comes from that deeper understanding, from that inner place of deeper understanding and this work to finding out what your personal power is. It involves vulnerability, curiosity, and bravery. Because only brave and deep thinking entrepreneurs dare to blend their [00:06:00] personal development with the business that they're building. [00:06:03] without constantly being sidetracked with the latest shiny object or tactic or social media scam or whatnot. So really this blend between finding out who you are, what your why is, what your personal power is, and then. Also, um, you know, doing the things we need to do in order to promote our business and stand out in all of those. [00:06:31] It's really that blend between, in a way, the yin and the yang, right? The marketing, like we're human program, ak, the client resonator is for those brave and deep thinkers, and the current cohort is at the P of promotion right now. So we have already gone into the deep waters and emerged as new and more grounded beings and beings who know their story and have now worked on their about [00:07:00] page and, and just come with this deep understanding of their worth and value and, and that's what. [00:07:08] Helps them or helps their clients resonate with them. And a new life cohort starts this August, 2023. So if you are one of those brave souls and deep thinkers, uh, do have a look at Humane Marketing, sorry, humane.marketing/program and see if this resonates and if it's a fit for you. Then let's book a chat so that we. [00:07:36] Talk together and, and see if this is the right thing for you. Alright, human design. Let's talk to Julian. Hi Julian. So good to speak to you today. Hi Sarah. Mm-hmm. , thank you so much for coming on and talking about human design here on the Humane Humane, you know, [00:08:00] Marketing podcast. So I think it's a very fitting topic. [00:08:04] I'm personally very, very much interested in human design, but have not studied it or anything. So I'm like, well, who better to talk to than someone who has, uh, really taken, uh, a deep dive into it and, and so I'm really excited to have you here. Thanks for. [00:08:26] Julian: Yeah. Thanks for having me on. I'm, I'm always excited for an opportunity to talk about human design , [00:08:31] Sarah: so, right. [00:08:31] It's just something that you can't stop talking about. Yeah. It's great. Definitely. Yeah. So maybe before we go into kind of some of the specifics, uh, There's probably quite a few people who have never heard of human design, like maybe they're, they are thinking you just came up with that , but, so let's maybe go a little bit into the story of human design and what it is and where it comes from and all of that. [00:08:58] Would you [00:08:59] Julian: take us there? [00:09:00] Yeah, definitely. I know, I think you're right. A lot of people haven't heard of human design. I'm always surprised by people who have never heard of it because. in my circle. Lots of people have heard of it and are talking about it. So it's always interesting when you run into someone who hasn't. [00:09:15] Mm-hmm. . So human design came about in 1987. And during that time there was a supernova that was observed by astronomers and there was a man, a c Crackower, he was a middle-aged, sort of disillusioned marketing executive, and he was living on the island of Ibiza in like really just a little shack. He had no electricity and he had gone out for the evening and when he came home there was light in his, in his house and he thought, Did I leave the lantern? [00:09:46] Ont like, is my house on fire? So he goes, and he said as soon as he stepped across the threshold, it was like he was hit by lightning. And for a number of days after that, he heard this voice constantly [00:10:00] telling him all of this information. And that information is, is what we know as human design, which takes a number of different esoteric systems. [00:10:09] And human design can get a little woo, but I have actually seen it used in corporate settings as well. Just like Myers Briggs has been in the past, and it takes astrology and cabala, the eche and the chakras, and it kind of creates the system out of them in which you use your, um, birth time and date in place, just like astrology to create a chart that we call the body graph. [00:10:36] And the important concept about the body graph is in human design. We recognize that human beings have evolved since the seven chakra system was developed and that we now have nine energy centers in our body. And the body graph sort of shows which of those sinner is what we call defined or undefined, which is just means how co consistently is the energy in that center. [00:10:59] Like is it a [00:11:00] very consistent, it always operates the same way, or is it really variable? And also what are the connections between those centers? How are they. and that tells us a lot about our physical form and like how much energy do we have to do certain things? How do we, how do we think, how do we create, how do we like it? [00:11:18] It just really says a lot about us and I think the thing that sums human design up the best for me is a quote from Karen Curry Parker, who is the originator of the quantum human. System, which is just sort of a, a relabeling of human design with more friendly terms. And she says, you are the unique, the result of a once in a lifetime unique cosmic event. [00:11:42] And I just really love that because it just really speaks to the uniqueness of each of us, which is really. , what human design is about, is about really celebrating what makes us different rather than the things that make us the same. Mm-hmm. . [00:11:54] Sarah: Yeah. I love that. I, I don't think I remembered the exact [00:12:00] story, how you told it. [00:12:01] How he, like, I just, I just knew, okay. It was one guy who just had this. Epiphany or whatever you wanna call it. And that is true, that kind of probably some people are like, what? What the heck? That sounds very woo and very out there, right? Where astrology is like, okay, it's the study of the planets and the stars and kind of makes more sense, but, but it's just, it's just so amazingly accurate. [00:12:29] that once you get into it and you see these body graphs you like, even for someone like me, Capricorn, very grounded and yes, I do like the woo, but, but it's true that when you tell me this guy, you know, was struck by lightning or whatever, I'm like, what? How did that, you know? But it's just, yeah. It's just amazingly accurate, so you can can't not believe it really. [00:12:55] Julian: Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. It, it has a woo element, but if you really get deep into [00:13:00] human design, and I, I don't want to go into all the details. There are elements of, of, um, quantum physics in there because it's all sort of revolves around neutrinos, which are a subatomic particle that all stars create, and we're just sort of bathed in them in the stream of neutrinos and the. [00:13:16] Revelation of human design was that neutrinos have a very tiny amount of mass. And so as those neutrinos interact with other celestial bodies, that mass sort of has that interaction. And so in a way, we can think about neutrinos as carrying information, and it's really at the central key part of human design is it's about the way that the neutrino stream. [00:13:36] When we're in the womb is imprinting ourselves with that, with that celestial information. Mm-hmm. , which sounds a little woo, but there is sort of more of a quantum physics aspect to it, [00:13:47] Sarah: right? Yeah. That's what my friend Jen, who, who's also in human design, that's what she always told me. She's like, this is not. [00:13:55] Woo. This is like quantum physics. And, and so I think it [00:14:00] really takes that deep study to understand it. And once you do, you're, you're, yeah, just kind of blown away by, by what you see. So yeah, take, take us, uh, maybe I think the easiest thing that we can look at, uh, in this episode, and then obviously invite people to dig deeper if they're interested. [00:14:17] But the, the four types are, are pro 4 0 5. There's five, five types. Yeah. Sorry. Yeah, the five types um, is probably the easiest place to kind of start to get people some understanding of, of how this looks like. [00:14:33] Julian: Yeah, definitely. I think the types are always where people should start cuz they're kind of the foundation for human design. [00:14:39] So there's five types and it, you could kind of even say four types and a subtype, but, um, they're really. So the first type that I like to talk about is the manifestor. and the manifestor type. What sort of makes them unique is two aspects of their chart. They have an undefined sacl center, which means [00:15:00] that the Sacl Center is our life force center, and it just means that their, their energy and their, and their sort of life force has an ebb and flow to it. [00:15:07] So they're not designed to work eight hour days and work in big blocks of time and just really push and hustle. Like so much of our culture demands, they're really designed to rest when they need to, but, They have what they call a, what we call a motor center. And the motor center are what sort of drive action in human design and they're connected to their throat, which in human design is our manifestation and creation and action center. [00:15:32] It's like how we get the energy and the body expressed, you know, through communication, through creation. So the hallmark of the, of the manifest of the manifestor. That they're very creative. They have this non-verbal creative flow, and their whole purpose in life is to initiate the other types into action. [00:15:52] So they're really sort of the leading edge people. They're having these creative urges and these creative impulses and creating new, wonderful things, and then [00:16:00] sort of sharing them with the rest of the collective to get the other types engaged. Hmm. So from there, the next type is what we call [00:16:07] the [00:16:08] Sarah: charact. [00:16:08] Can just writers, can I just ask about the manifestor? Do you know a manifestor in your life? And then I'll [00:16:13] Julian: share. I, I do actually my, um, the, the first coaching instructor that I ever had, and she was also my first business coach and I've kind of always looked at her as a mentor. Minerva Maharaj from Star Seed Academy Coach training is a manifestor. [00:16:28] Mm-hmm. So, and we've worked together very closely for a number of years and it's always very, Um, talking to her because we're different types and we did a video series for, for her school on running your spiritual coaching business and we were talking about our working styles and it was really interesting how drastically different the way we work is. [00:16:50] Yeah, [00:16:50] Sarah: yeah, yeah. I actually live with a manifestor. My, my son, my eldest son is a manifestor and yeah, it's, [00:17:00] Like they see the world in a different way. Completely different. And, and you're right, they're very creative. They're not the most easy. People, humans to live with because of the different way they think. [00:17:15] Um, I was also gonna bring up Elon Musk, like as a, as a, an example of a manifestor, right? It's just like, yeah. They are usually very, very smart, but kind of on a different level maybe than, than most Yeah. Humans. So it's like, Wait a minute. How? How are they thinking? It's almost like you have to translate how they are thinking. [00:17:39] Um, absolutely. [00:17:41] Julian: Do you agree on that? I do. I totally do. And the manifestor strategy through life is to inform, because they're on such a different wavelength, they really need to communicate to other people about what they're doing and where they are and what they're doing. Exactly what's [00:17:54] Sarah: going on. Yeah. [00:17:55] the big eye-opening moment when I learned that my son was a manifestor [00:18:00] and yeah, he would. You know, drop things, walk away or, or leave people places without informing. Oh, he moved on to the next thing and we're like, what just happened? So yeah, inform is like a big, big theme. That's so true. [00:18:17] Julian: Yeah. [00:18:18] Definitely. Yeah. So the, the next type that that's really important in human design is the generators, and they're important. Like 35 to 38% of the population are generators. So, um, them, and, and another type that's similar to the generator kind of a subtype are make up the majority of society, which is kind of why we've built things the way we have. [00:18:41] So the generator's hallmark is they have a defined SAC role, which means they generate very consistent and large amounts of sacral life force. and what that means is that they're really wired to work. Their purpose is to create mastery over time. So they're the people who are like the artisans and the craft [00:19:00] people and, and the people who just really excel at a thing and they stick with it and they do it, you know, day in and day out, and they really like master whatever it is that they're doing. [00:19:12] and they don't have a defined throat, so they are de, that means they're not designed to initiate new things. They're really designed to respond and, and the response isn't necessarily just responding to people because that's a mistake a lot of generators make. It's responding to life happening around them. [00:19:28] So generators see a billboard and it sparks some inspiration for them. They respond to that, they read an article and they agree or disagree with it, and it sparks them to do something about that. And so everything. around them, they're designed to respond to and they respond through their SAC role. And you know, if you've ever. [00:19:47] If you're a generator type and you've ever had a friend ask you like, do you want to go do this? And it was such a complete like, yes, it was like a full body, like, yes, I want to do that. That's what it's like for the generator. That is the sacral [00:20:00] response at work, and their strategy is to listen to that sacral response and respond to things. [00:20:06] and, and the flip side of that of course is if you've ever had like the full body, hell no, I don't want do that. Right? Like the, ew, no, that's not for me. That's the other aspect of the generator is they need to say no to those things and not, you know, do the shoulds and have to use in all of that if that doesn't feel good in their body to them. [00:20:27] Sarah: Right? Yeah. Any generators in your. Probably lots [00:20:31] Julian: of My husband is a generator. Yes. . Yeah. So, yeah. [00:20:35] Sarah: Which is, I'm a Generat, which my husband is a manifesting generator. So Yeah. Similar but still different. So you'll tell us about that one next. Mm-hmm. . [00:20:44] Julian: Yes. Cuz that's my type A manifesting generator. Okay. And we are kind of, I, I don't know. [00:20:50] I think we drive everyone else crazy. So the manifesting generator, they're a generator kind of mixed with a manifestor because they have the defined sacral, but they also have the motor to the. . [00:21:00] And so they're still not meant to initiate. They need to respond like a generator, but then once they've responded, they can initiate. [00:21:08] And what happens is when a manifesting generator responds, there's a lot of energy in that response, and they're like off and running, and they tend to be a little scattered because they're really multi-passionate people who have lots of interests. They're always grabbing new hobbies and doing new things. [00:21:24] They're multitaskers that are doing three, four things at once and their whole purpose to the collective. Is to hope the collective gain new efficiency by speeding up processes that we have. And they do this by finding the steps that we can skip the things we don't need to be doing. Because, you know, if you have a, a process that's 1, 2, 3, 4, the manifestor might go 1, 2, 4, you know, the manifesting generator might skip three. [00:21:50] And then that becomes the new process. And we've increased efficiency for the whole collective. And so manifesting generators really. They're kind of a powerhouse. I, [00:22:00] you know, people, I always feel like I didn't get enough done in a day. And my friends who are like manifestors or just like generators are like, you did more today than I do all week [00:22:09] Mm-hmm. So, yeah. [00:22:10] Sarah: Mm-hmm. Yeah. It's interesting how the, the energy is, is different. Um, definitely for the, the manifestor, like you said, it's kind of, There's ebbs and flows and, and I guess, yeah, when it flows, it really flows, but then there's also a long time of, uh, kind of nothing. Right. Until the creativity comes back. [00:22:30] Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Wonderful. That makes four, so there's a [00:22:35] Julian: fifth one. No, that makes three. We really only done three. There's two. Oh [00:22:39] Sarah: yeah, sorry. [00:22:40] Julian: Three. That's alright. Mm-hmm. . Yeah. Yeah. So the thing about the manifest, I just want to sort of note the thing about manifesting generators and generators, mm-hmm. , is that together, the two of them make up 70% of the population. [00:22:51] This is why we. Yeah, a 40 hour work week, we have hustle, culture, all those things because Right. The majority of the population can do that, but for [00:23:00] the other 30%, they really, really struggle with work. And [00:23:04] Sarah: so how many, what's the percentage for Manifestors [00:23:07] Julian: alone? Um, I think they're only around 8%. Right. [00:23:12] And then small. Mm-hmm. . Yeah, they're small. And then the next biggest is projectors, which is 21. . Okay. And the projectors are, they don't have a defined sacral, so they're non sacral, which means they're force ebbs and flows, and they also don't have anything connected to their throat, any motors to their throat. [00:23:33] So they're also not meant to initiate, and the projectors are new type projectors didn't exist until humans evolved to have nine centers, so they've only been around a few hundred years. And the projectors. Um, Karen Curry, Parker and Quantum Human Design calls them the orchestrators because they're really designed to. [00:23:52] um, coordinate and guide and advise. And so they're sort of like the middle managers of the human design collective. But [00:24:00] because with a lot of the openness in their chart, they're really able to see people very, very deeply and sort of amplify and reflect their energy. And so I know a few projectors and they do, they just like, could really read people really, really well. [00:24:15] And so for the projector, their, their strategy is to wait to be invited. , if you've ever given unsolicited advice to somebody, you know how that works, how well it's received, and because the projectors can see so deeply into people and they're so designed to see like processes and systems and what people need to do and where they need to go and, and do all of that orchestrating, they really need to be invited to do that or it's not well received. [00:24:39] And so projectors when they. in the middle of an invitation, they should just do the things that light them up and that bring them joy and for projectors, ti like who they're with and where they're at are really important to them because they have a lot of openness in their charts. So it's really important that they pick the people they associate with really well, which I think applies to [00:25:00] everyone really. [00:25:00] Like you hang out with negative people, he starts to become negative, but it's even more crucial for the projectors. [00:25:06] Sarah: Yeah, I don't have any projectors. Personal life, but I, I, I have friends or, or, um, past clients and I know for them, like business wise, what worked the best is they, if they had some kind of assistant, virtual assistant who, who made these opportunities happen for them because of their energy of, you know, having to be invited because yeah, business-wise, well, You don't make those things happen. [00:25:37] You need someone else to help you basically. [00:25:40] Julian: Yeah, exactly. And that's what projectors are really good at mm-hmm. Is getting other people to kind of do things that they need to, to do. Yeah. Um, so they definitely thrive from that, but they make excellent consultants, , mm-hmm. , so they're really great consultants. [00:25:56] Mm-hmm. . Um, and then the final type, the fifth type is super rare. [00:26:00] There's like less than 1% of the population. They're the reflectors and everything in their chart is undefined. So they have no consistent energy whatsoever. . Um, and so for reflector, Like where they're at and who they're with is gonna be even more important than projector because they pick up other people's energy so easily based on who they're around and where they are. [00:26:23] And their strategy is to wait a full lunar cycle to make a major decision because. in a lunar cycle. As the planets progress during that lunar cycle, they actually, different parts of their chart get activated and they actually experience the entire cycle of all of their energy every 28 days. And so, you know, they, they have to sort of choose to do that with the big decisions cuz obviously a lot of little stuff, you can't wait 28 days to decide. [00:26:51] So for the other times, It's important that they have people around them that feel good to them, that, that they can kind of bounce ideas off of [00:27:00] and come to a decision that way. They're really interesting in terms of their quantum purpose is they're like the barometers of the health of, of a community. [00:27:09] Mm-hmm. , if you have a com, a co, a reflector in the, in a community and the reflector is struggling and not doing. , it says that the community's health is really poor. Mm-hmm. . And so they're really interesting people in that way because they are such a barometer of how healthy the rest of us are energetically and emotionally. [00:27:27] Sarah: Yeah, I used to have, um, the, my podcast editor, um, was a reflector. She, she's now moved on to something else and I was really glad when she was able to say, look, this is not making me happy anymore. I need to do something else that makes me happy. And I'm like, yeah, that. That is so important is for everybody, but it's, I think especially for, for her as the reflector, um, that to do work or anything that pays your bills, that that is also making her [00:28:00] happy, right? [00:28:01] Julian: Yeah. Yeah. Mm-hmm. . Yeah, definitely. I, I don't know any reflectors myself. I, I, I, [00:28:06] Sarah: yeah. They're interesting people, like you said. It's like, wow. Yeah. Very different. . Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Um, so, so now, now that we understand the, the different types, um, again, if we have such a chart reading with you or someone, obviously there's much more to it than just. [00:28:27] You know, figuring out, okay, which type are you? It goes then into, into the profile and, and, uh, much deeper things, uh, the connections between the chakras and all of that. But I think maybe what we can do, uh, talk about in on this episode is kind of like the connection to the business world, or, or in our case, the marketing. [00:28:51] Um, having this information, so once we have the reading, we understand who, who we are in human design, like how can that help [00:29:00] us, uh, in our business, in our marketing, in figuring out how we want to show up in the world. What would you say to that? [00:29:11] Julian: Yeah, I think, um, I think human design can have a lot to do with that. [00:29:14] I think, first of all, human design for me was my permission slip to like throw out the rule book a little bit and be like, I'm unique. I have my own way of looking at the world and experiencing the ener, my energy. And so I'm gonna approach my business from that instead of trying to do these systems and things that other business coaches like to like to push. [00:29:37] You know, I'm not gonna slide into people's dms and do all these things. It feels icky. anyway. And it feels sort of manipulative, but it also just doesn't align with my design in the way that I operate. So I think first it's a permission slip to throw out the rule book and kind of chart your own course, which is super exciting or terrifying depending on how you look at it. [00:29:58] could [00:29:58] Sarah: be both. That's true. . [00:30:00] Yeah. [00:30:01] Julian: Yeah. Yeah. So, and then I think the other part, Really playing to your strengths. Um, so as a, as a manifesting generator, I'm designed to respond and then it initiates. So I like to create long form content. That's what I do. I, I just, I don't love like creating reels, you know, I gotta set up all that equipment and do all that stuff for 60 seconds of video, and I just, I always feel constrained by that, but I. [00:30:26] It's a blog and I love to create my podcast. I like the long form content and I do a lot of responding like, um, my latest podcast that comes out. It came out yesterday, um, this short week. We, we had a holiday in the US and so it's a short week and I'm always like thinking it's the wrong day. Um, but it was, the whole pre premise behind the podcast was I was responding to an interaction on social media. [00:30:53] So when had posted a question about marketing and I had answered and said, , you don't need to do [00:31:00] that if you don't, if it doesn't feel aligned for you. And then someone else commented and they said, well, if we're not always out there pushing and doing legwork, our product's not gonna sell. And so I did a whole podcast on what that fear should be telling you about what's wrong in your business. [00:31:14] Mm-hmm. . And so that to me is the classic like generator response. Right, right. Um, [00:31:20] Sarah: yeah. Yeah. I can think of a few examples as well where. Um, like for example, the, the seven Ps of Humane Marketing. Um, when I first kind of saw, you know, the, the, the traditional, um, framework that existed since the sixties, and then for me, they started to move into a mandala. [00:31:41] I kept hearing that voice in my head saying, yeah, but you're just copying someone else's model and you're just kind of throwing some color on it. . And then, yeah, and then I had to remind myself of my human design and say, well, that's okay because you are responding to something that's already out there. [00:31:59] Uh, a [00:32:00] manifestor would've probably come up with a whole new thing. , but that's not how I'm wired, that's not my role here to, yeah. To come up with completely new things. And so same thing with the book. I'm like, well, I keep referencing to these other people and, and so I'm like, yeah, but that's okay. You know, I'm basically being what in my reading, and my friend Jen told me that I'm the spokesperson to say things other people can't say. [00:32:28] So like, you know, the humane marketing revolution, it's. Enough. We need a different way of doing marketing. I'm not inventing, you know, something new. I'm just saying. We're done with that old stuff. Now let's move on to something new and, and, and kind of giving myself the permission to say it's okay that you're not, you know, inventing something super new, but I'm the one who says it [00:32:55] So, so that, that, Kind of permission slip from [00:33:00] human design saying it's okay that you didn't invent something new, but you're just saying it out loud. Maybe things that others, other people are thinking, because then that's a, A lot of what I hear from readers, they're like, it's so reconfirming of what I already thought. [00:33:17] And maybe you even said that. It's like, I've been thinking that all along and now you've given me permission to think that as well. Yeah. And I, I do feel like had I not known about the human design, I would've kept hearing that voice. Oh, but you're just a copycat or whatever. You're not really inventing something new. [00:33:39] Right. So, yeah. Yeah. I feel like it, [00:33:42] Julian: it helps. , I think a lot of generators have that sort of imposter syndrome. Mm-hmm. of feeling that they're copying or just saying the same thing someone else said, but a little different. Right. I, I have a number of clients who have worked with me who have said that to me, like, I'm creating this Instagram [00:34:00] based on something I saw from someone else, and I feel like I'm just copying them. [00:34:03] I'm not adding anything. I'm not doing anything new. And I'm like, well, you're putting your own spin on it and you're so, you're responding. to it. You're, you're fulfilling your design. You're doing what you're designed to do. Yeah. Because you do have, you do have a unique perspective, and so when you see something and you respond to it, you are bringing your own uniqueness to it, right? [00:34:23] Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. The other thing I, I learned, um, is, is also the, the idea. I always thought, since I'm an introvert, I'm supposed to be just one-on-one. Right? It's like, okay, yeah, I'm introvert. I don't like people. I'm supposed to be just working one-on-one where my design actually says, says otherwise. It's like, no, you're, I. [00:34:45] Meant to do work one too many. And, and so really just kind of fully stepping into that and saying, oh yeah, I actually enjoy the one too many, even if I'm an introvert. And finding ways of doing that that [00:35:00] still respects my introversion, uh, has been a huge aha for, for me as well. Yeah, I think the. Point I wanted to bring up is, is what we discussed, uh, on the last Humane marketing circle. [00:35:11] This, this new technology, um, you know, AI that is now everywhere. Um, you made a really good point about how that is also gonna, you know, there's obviously ethical questions that you brought up and, and, but you also said, well, it can be helpful for generators especially. So kind of talk to that, uh, point a little. [00:35:35] Julian: Yeah, I think AI as a tool to just write stuff and put it out there is not there. And I think that it has a lot of ethical, um, issues, you know, not least of which is, is that AI even putting accurate information out there? Cuz you don't really know what, what data it sourced to write this article. Right. [00:35:55] But, As someone who's designed to respond, if I have the [00:36:00] AI suggest a title to me or suggest an intro paragraph or something, and then I can use my design to respond to that and kind of be like, oh, this is what I want to talk about. Um, that works really well. I like to read a lot of articles to do that. [00:36:15] But AI can do it a lot more, you know, efficiently it may be than like going and reading a bunch of articles. I'm just someone who really likes to read and I skim a lot of things. Um, I, I think this might manifest our generator side kind of coming out and really like having a lot of interest and looking at a lot of things. [00:36:34] But for people who are generator types and want to respond, having the AI. Create a prompt for you is a really great way to sort of get those creative juices going. [00:36:45] Sarah: Mm-hmm. . Yeah. As you were talking, I was just thinking like most of the people that I've taken through the, the marketing, like we're human program, where we talk also about human design and the, the p for personal [00:37:00] power, most of them have been kind of like probably forties plus. [00:37:04] Mm-hmm. , um, do you, Feel like the, the, the younger generation, are they coming to human design earlier than maybe our generation? Whereas like, you know, we've lived through this whole life and now we're like, oh, okay, now I get it. Is the new generation waking up earlier to kind of figuring out who they are? [00:37:27] Julian: I think that's a great question and I don't know if I could answer that because so many of my clients are, you know, our age. Um, and I think it's because I work with spiritual entrepreneurs and a lot of those tend to be, people have had a certain amount of lived experience and they come to human design as part of that lived experience. [00:37:46] I certainly hope so. Um, I know. Being a newer system, I definitely see a lot more human design out on the internet. I see a lot of YouTube videos. I see a lot more people talking about human design. So I [00:38:00] definitely think there's greater awareness than there was. Mm-hmm. . But whether young people are really adopting it yet or not, I'm not, I'm not real sure. [00:38:09] Sarah: Yeah. And kind of another thing I'm also, uh, thinking of, um, I read, or maybe I was also in one of the videos of, of. Let's the, the other guy's name that Raj? No, not Guru. No, not Guru. Oh, RA [00:38:27] Julian: Rhu. Yeah. Ra, yeah, that's actually, yeah. Yeah, that's Alan c Crackower. He changed his name after. Oh, [00:38:32] Sarah: that's, that's the same guy. [00:38:33] Now I get . Yeah. So is he now Ra Guru? No. Uru. Okay. Yeah. Oh, that's the same guy. Okay. So yeah, he was saying that. He sees that this, the new generation, uh, the young generation, there's gonna be more manifestors coming, uh, to the world. Um, and it kind of like, I really truly believe that [00:39:00] as well in terms of, you know, the creativity that is, is more up and coming. [00:39:07] Have you heard any, anything similar to [00:39:09] Julian: in those things? I haven't heard that, but it wouldn't surprise me because one of the things that, that Karen Curry Parker teaches in Quantum Human Design when we talk about conditioning is that energetic patterns tend to skip generations. Mm-hmm. . So if you're a manifestor, you're more likely to have generator. [00:39:25] Or other type kids than manifestor kids. So there's a lot of US generators out there in the world right now. So we're probably having projectors and manifestors rather than more generators. Mm-hmm. So I definitely could see that being a shift that could happen. [00:39:39] Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. And then I guess also, if you draw the parallel with astrology and seeing that we're. [00:39:47] Or I think going into the age of Aquarius, uh, it would make a lot of sense as well. Cause that would be more aligned with the manifestor, eer energy as well versus kind of the, [00:40:00] uh, what were we in now? I, as you can tell, I'm [00:40:03] Julian: just Pisces. Yeah. Pi, we were in Pisces. Yeah. Yeah. [00:40:06] Sarah: So like I can see. Being true that there is more creative energy coming in in that. [00:40:14] Yeah, that'd be very, [00:40:15] Julian: yeah, I definitely think so. There's another sort of tradition that looks at or is of human time as isis a si, a Cyrus and hos with like, you know, Early human history was, had a lot of matriarchy and goddess religion and then we moved into patriarchy and sort of very masculine. And now we're coming back to like the pendulum swinging back to balance in, in the ho era is supposed to be very androgynous and we're seeing lots more. [00:40:41] Like kids coming out non-binary and trans. Right. And we're just really seeing that like creative and more like fluid. Mm-hmm. energy, um, coming about now. So I think that's very exciting. [00:40:53] Sarah: Yeah, it is. It really is. Because I, in, in a way that's very aligned also with [00:41:00] what, what we're trying to do with humane marketing or humane business building is kind of like this, you know, being and doing and heart and mind and, and I feel. [00:41:11] that kind of energy is more open to that rather than the, you know, the generator kind of like, let's just work eight hours a day and, and hustle our way through, through life. Um, energy. [00:41:23] Julian: Yeah. Yeah, definitely. Definitely. And I, I, and I, I, I don't think that generators are necessarily bad for doing that. I just think. [00:41:32] They allowed their type and their, their thing because I, I see a lot of generators. They have the ability to hustle, but do any of us really like it? like, because, so it's sort of like we got off, like we got off on the wrong track somewhere because we're supposed to listen to that sacral response and not be doing things that don't light us up. [00:41:53] So we build a whole society with a pattern of working that doesn't really excite any of us. And so, you know, it's [00:42:00] definitely broken. . And the [00:42:01] Sarah: funny thing is this is only now people are only now starting to realize it thanks to the break we had with Covid. Because once you're in the hustle and you're just like constantly hustling, you don't even think, oh, I'm hustling [00:42:17] Right? It's only if you take a break and step back and you're like, oh my God, I'm tired. I don't wanna do that anymore. [00:42:24] Julian: Yeah, it's almost like addictive. Like all that adrenaline and stress hormone gets going and it's, it's really sort of, you know, yeah. Really addictive. We, we have trouble just saying Stop [00:42:34] Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. And I think you're right. It's that pendulum that has to somehow find its balance now, like not completely one thing or or the other. Yeah. Yeah. Um, where would you say people should start? If they're curious about human design, like where should they start with finding out? [00:42:58] Julian: Well, there's a a lot of [00:43:00] resources that you can do, so you could, you could get a reading from a human design specialist or analyst, and that's always really helpful to understand. [00:43:07] I usually recommend that people start with three aspects of their human design, which is the type and strategy, which we kind of briefly talked about. Authority is the second piece, which is sort of the other half of your decision making apparatus, and then finally profile, which. , I think you hinted at it a little bit, talking about being an introvert and needing to work with groups of people and things like that. [00:43:28] Because profile really determines whether we're designed to learn most of our life lessons personally, uh, through our own experiences or trans personally through our experiences with other people. And so those three to me are sort of the keys. Of the human design, they're like the building blocks, and if you understand those, then you can go deeper. [00:43:48] So get a reading that that covers those things, which I offer them. Lots of people offer them, and if you're just really interested in learning more, I find that Karen Curry Parker's Quantum Human [00:44:00] Design is much more approachable for people than the original human design by raw, who all Karen has really done is renamed things and give them more friendly names because, Raw has said that human design, the, the vocabulary of human design was designed for the conditioning conditioned human beings. [00:44:19] So it was sort of designed to shock people out. of their complacency and their social conditioning, uh, you know, listening to all the shoulds and have tos. Whereas Karen has created a more expansive vocabulary for people who are starting that deconditioning and are ready to kind of take it to the next level. [00:44:36] So I think Karen's stuff really inspiring, and she does a lot of YouTube videos on all kinds of topics. You know, if you want to know how your human design affects creativity, Karen's probably got a video. Um, I've taken certifications with Karen and I think she's a fantastic human design [00:44:54] Sarah: teacher. [00:44:54] Wonderful. Yeah. I had hadn't known about her, but it's true that Ragu is, is [00:45:00] kind of like, has this kind of edgy , uh, approach to it A little bit. It's just kind of like, Come on, you guys . Yeah. Yeah. So, uh, wonderful. Yeah, [00:45:11] Julian: and definitely, yeah, definitely Karen's more gen, Karen's more gentle. She's a little more, more gentle than anything [00:45:16] Sarah: That's good. And you are of course, too, so Yeah. We'll, we'll put a link into the show notes for your website and, and offering. And uh, yeah, this has been amazing. Obviously, like you said, we could be talking hours and hours about human design, so we really just. Touched the surface, but I hope it's been helpful to listeners. [00:45:39] So again, if you want to find out more, definitely check out Julian's website and, uh, and do look at the, at the YouTube videos and, and it's just kind of like, yeah, take a deep dive into human design because it's really fascinating. Thank you so much, Julian, for being here. I always have one last question and that is, what are you [00:46:00] grateful for today? [00:46:01] Or [00:46:01] Julian: this. . Oh wow. What am I grateful for? So I'm, I'm grateful for being able to do things like this, like go get online and be able to talk about these things that light me up and excite me, and hopefully that peop other people can benefit from. I'm just really grateful that we have this tool, this amazing tool called the Internet where I could be talking to someone in Switzerland about human design. [00:46:25] Sarah: It is amazing, isn't it? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. And, and, and I, yeah, I agree that it's, it's kind of like. You pick these passions and then you find people that you can talk about them, uh, and make that your living. That is just, yeah. It's amazing. Yeah. So agree with you. Thank you Internet, and thank you Julian, for talking to us about, uh, human design. [00:46:50] Uh, I really, really appreciate it. And, um, of course we see each other again in the Humane Marketing circle, so thank [00:46:57] Julian: you. Yeah. Thank you for having me. This has [00:47:00] been a lot of fun and like I, I love to talk about human design, so I've pretty much never turned down an invite to do that. , [00:47:08] Sarah: wonderful. See you soon. [00:47:17] I hope this resonated and I hope it got you curious about finding out your human design. So again, you can find out more about Julian and his work and human design at www priest of. So that's priest of I N A N N a.com. I'm sure there's a story behind that and I forgot to ask him, so I'll have to find out since, like I said, he's, uh, Julian is also a member of our humane marketing circle, so you can, uh, find out more about him there. [00:47:54] You can connect with. On LinkedIn, Julian Crosson Hill, or if you'd like to [00:48:00] meet him in person, why not find out more about the Humane Marketing Circle where you find very interesting human beings, just like Julian. Um, and that's at humane.marketing forwards. Slash circle, you find the show notes of this firstname.lastname@example.org slash H 1 59, and on this beautiful page, you'll also find a series of free offers, such as my Saturday newsletter, the Humane Business Manifesto, and the free gentle confidence mini course, as well as my two books, marketing like we're human and selling like we're human. [00:48:37] Thanks so much for listening and being part of a generation of marketers who cares for yourself, your clients, and the planet. We are change makers before we are marketers. So now go be the change you want to see in the world. Speak soon.[00:49:00]
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The Hurly Burly Shakespeare Show!
For our final 101 episode, we take you back to the Spanish Golden Age with House of Desires and its proto-Mexican, female playwright Sor Juana (a nun!). We tell you a little about this Metal AF nun in Meet the Contemporary, and we summarize the play and read a very silly cross-dressing scene from the second act for A Taste of Text. We compare translations of the scene a little bit, and then gossip a lot about yet another Oxfraudian, anti-Stratfordian overture made by the Shakespeare Authorship Coalition (aka SAC - which, like, LOL at your dumb acronym, bros). Listener beware: if the authorship “debate” fills you with white-hot rage, you may just want to skip the last 15 minutes of the episode. That aside, someone please produce House of Desires so we can go see it. We think it's a delight and we hope you agree.
Let's talk about your Love Trauma. Oh, you have it. Just wait until you hear Riana Milne talk about her very enlightening Childhood Trauma Checklist. Riana Milne has been a certified global life and love trauma recovery coach for over 22 year. She is the best at what she does and we're lucky to have her on the show today. Guest Bio: Riana Milne, MA – Global Cert. Life, Dating & Relationship Coach, CCTP, LMHC, LCADC, CAP, SAC, Certified Mindfulness Coach, Educational Speaker, and #1 Bestselling Author. Riana's mission is to help women, men and couples of all ages overcome and heal from past childhood, dating, and relationship trauma to move on to create a life and relationship they are passionate about. Guest Contact Info: WEBSITE: https://rianamilne.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/CoachRianaMilne/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/rianamilne LINKED IN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rianamilne INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/coachrianamilne/ YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/RianaMilne PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.ca/rianamilne/toxic-relationshipslove-coach-relationship-coach-c/ Thanks for listening to the show! It means so much to us that you listened to our podcast! If you would like to continue the conversation, please email me at email@example.com or visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/drallenlycka. We would love to have you join us there, and welcome your messages. We check our Messenger often. If you loved the podcast, be sure to subscribe on your favorite platform, share it with friends and leave a review! Dr. Lycka wants you to live your best life. Visit coachingwithdrlycka.com and book your Discovery call today. His bestselling book, "The Secrets to Living a Fantastic Life" can be found on Amazon.com. Get your copy today! We are building a community of like-minded people in the personal development/self-help/professional development industries, and are always looking for wonderful guests for our show. If you have any recommendations, please email us! Dr. Allen Lycka's Social Media Links Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/drallenlycka Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr_allen_lycka/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drallenlycka LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allenlycka YouTube: https://www.YouTube.com/c/drallenlycka Subscribe to the podcast We would be honored to have you subscribe to the How to Live a fantastic Life show – you can subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device. Leave a review We appreciate your feedback, as every little bit helps us produce even better shows. We want to bring value to your day, and have you join us time and again. Ratings and reviews from our listeners not only help us improve, but also help others find us in their podcast app. If you have a minute, an honest review on iTunes or your favorite app goes a long way! Thank you!
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We preach about following your intuition and the breadcrumbs the universe provides you along your path. Well our breadcrumbs are clearly leading us both to move out of Sacramento. Listen in to find out where each of us will be moving and what it looks like to listen in to your intuition and create action behind its guidance. Thankyou for the support and we are grateful to have you along for the journey with us! Note: We will still be hosting Recharge the Soul day retreats throughout the year in Sacramento so make sure to follow us on social media or check the calendar via rechargethesoul.com to know when we will be hosting an event local to Sac area! As for those listening in other areas of the country we will be expanding our day retreats to the Idaho area and Vegas area. Can't wait to meet some of you face to face! All the love, Lorri Ann and Bailee Find us: Facebook: Recharge the Soul retreats Instagram: _rechargethesoul Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: rechargethesoul.com
On KangzCast 137 the guys hop on to talk the downsides of a small market, the lack of journalism in Sac, and the Kings at the all star break. (This episode was recorded on the late evening of 2/22/23) Sponsors As always this episode is sponsored by @ziggyssmokeshop209. Website- http://ziggystracy.squarespace.com/shop Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/ziggyssmokeshop_tracy/ Social Media @KangzCast- (All social Media Profiles) @KangzCastEric & @KangzcastRyan (Twitter & FB ) Admins if the "Kingsland" Facebook group- Join now! You can find KangzCast's entire show catalog streaming on The Bleav podcast network, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, and Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Today we welcome Dr. Lisa Rodriguez, Acting Director of Professional and Organizational Development and Project Lead of Mt. SAC's Title V Grant to the podcast. Our host Sun Ezzel insightfully digs into Lisa's experiences that lead her to her positions and mindful, inclusive and growth-centered approach to her work. You'll also learn what events and program opportunities you have to look forward to this year from the Professional and Organizational Development Department also known as POD and how you might get involved! Enjoy. Run time: 29 min To find the full transcript for this episode, click HERE
Guns, fentanyl, and violent crime are some of New Mexico's biggest problems that federal agents are tackling right alongside local law enforcement. This week, Chris and Gabby have a candid conversation with Raul Bujanda, the Special Agent in Charge of Albuquerque's FBI field office, about what the feds have accomplished and what they're focused on this year. What's happened since the FBI made its largest fentanyl bust in bureau history? How do the feds address the idea of 'whack-a-mole' when it comes to arresting the bad guys? Also, stick around for the end when the SAC shares about the musical easter eggs he's been dropping during some press conferences. We talked about a few news stories in this episode. The FBI's Albuquerque office had a record fentanyl bust in September, followed up by a second connected bust in early February. We also mentioned KRQE Investigative Reporter Ann Pierret's 2022 investigation into Albuquerque bank robberies. And finally, here's more on the recent crash that New Mexico State Police first responded to, which lead to a major fentanyl seizure. Got a question, comment, or story idea? Contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome your ideas and feedback. Also, find us on social media, including Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram at @ChrisMcKeeTV and @gburkNM. For more on this episode and all of our prior episodes, visit our podcast website: KRQE.com/podcasts.
Today, I'm excited to talk with impact investor and investment industry veteran H. Perry Boyle. Perry's had a long and storied career in the financial world, but the first thing I wanted to know about was his hiring of Prometheus Founder and CEO Michael Wang as a Senior Analyst at the legendary hedge fund SAC Capital. Between 2004 and 2020, Perry held several positions at SAC and Point72. As SAC's Director of Research, Perry's job was to change the culture, which he did—in part—by creating a curriculum for analysts and making portfolio managers stakeholders in their future success. Steve Cohen's SAC Capital is the inspiration for the Showtime series “Billions." So I asked Perry to describe the evolution of the firm's culture and the impact of having a psychologist on staff to optimize traders' performance. A little later, Perry tells me the "secret” of running a long/short portfolio and lays out his thoughts on the increasing scarcity of alpha. Lastly, Perry talks about the journey that took him from Point72 to climbing his “second mountain” —becoming chairman of the BOMA Project, a poverty graduation program for women, youth, and displaced persons in East Africa.Links MentionedThe BOMA ProjectH. Perry Boyle | LinkedInFollow UsLearn about PrometheusSubscribe to Prometheus Decoded on Apple Podcasts or SpotifyInstagramTwitterFacebook