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The Brink of Sanity
Episode 378: Fart Jars and Puppy Girls

The Brink of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 62:17


Marc and Jay talk about TV appearances, 3 truths and a lie, guys who pay money for fart jars and to watch a puppy girl

Steve Deace Show
Returning to Sanity? | Guest: Daniel Horowitz | 1/19/22

Steve Deace Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 95:15


Steve discusses U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement that his government is ending numerous COVID mandates in England and what it means in the fight against Covidstan. Then, the team plays a game of Buy, Sell, or Hold on topics ranging from whether Joe Biden will follow in Boris Johnson's footsteps, the best TV dads of the last 30+ years, and whether New York Democrats will try to have Donald Trump arrested before the 2022 midterms. Finally, Daniel Horowitz of the "Conservative Review" podcast joins the program to discuss the latest data about the efficacy (or lack thereof) of the COVID therapeutics. Better Spectacles is offering you an introductory 61% off their Go Specs lenses plus free handcrafted Rodenstock frames. Just visit BetterSpectacles.com/STEVE. Go to BUILT.com and use promo code “DEACE” to save 15% off your first order. Use promo code “DEACE” for 15% off at BUILT.com! Visit BonnerPrivateWines.com/STEVE to claim your wine and get 50% off shipping.  To get 50% off your first order go to KEEPS.com/GROW. Go to HomeTitleLock.com and register your address to see if you're already a victim. And enter RADIO for your 60-day money-back guarantee.  Go to RealEstateAgentsITrust.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Confident Woman Podcast
150: How to Start and Build a Business Without Losing Your Sanity

The Confident Woman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 24:32


How are we suppose to build and run a successful business and still keep a respectable work/life balance? How do we get clear on what we need to do in order to start a business and how do we build it around our current lifestyle? How do we do it all, do it well, and keep our sanity? A member of The Confident Woman Podcast Facebook Community asked these fantastic questions and in this week's episode, Rachel and Erin are discussing all the answers. They chat more about: + Getting crystal clear on the goals and intentions for your business and what it may mean for your current lifestyle + How flexibility will need to be a necessity because (let's be real) shit happens + Challenging yourself to be resourceful + How to stay intentional and mindful in your research so that you don't get stuck in comparison mode + How it is completely impossible to do it alone - no one really does + Creating SMART goals to set yourself up for success + And so much more! Grab Our Resources: FREE Goal Setting Guide! Join The Confident Woman Podcast Facebook Community here! Grab your FREE Confidence Booster Guide here! Order your copy of Chasing Perfection: A Journey to Healing, Fitness, and Self-Love AND Get the Bonus Points to Ponder Journal FREE! Join The Confident Woman Collective - educating, empowering, and equipping women with the tools and resources to create lasting change within so they can create a life and business they love! Let's Connect: Rachel's Instagram: @iamrachelbrooks Erin's Instagram: @the.erin.klein.show The Confident Woman Podcast Instagram: @theconfidentwomanpodcast The Confident Woman Collective Instagram: @theconfidentwomancollective Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes! Quotes: “If you don't have clarity, set an intention to avoid the confusion.” - Rachel "Know how much time and effort you want to put into your business in the beginning and be clear and realistic about what that looks like." - Erin "Just know that there's going to be some sacrifice at some point and you have to decide what it is by prioritizing what's got to go to be able to fit this new business into your life because they take time." - Erin "You can't plan and prepare for the unpredicted" - Rachel --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theconfidentwoman/message

Failing Motherhood
Finally Finding ZEN with Irin Rubin

Failing Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:09


Irin Rubin was literally googling "WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME?!" She was drowning in impatience and anger before she begged her husband, a hypnotherapist, to record something she could listen to from home to start to address it all.Her kids have a much more patient mom now thanks to those recordings, and ever since she's been on a mission to share them with moms everywhere - now accessible on an app called MamaZen.In this episode, she shares her journey of trying nearly everything else, the thoughtful design behind the app, and why it might be just what you've been looking for. // FIND THE APP//mamazen.comInstagram: @mamazenappGoogle Play Store: MamaZen: Mindful Parenting for Raising Happy KidsThe App Store: MamaZen: Mindful Parenting AppCHAOS TO CALM: FREE Recorded Masterclasswww.parentingwholeheartedly.com/masterclass//SCHEDULE YOUR SANITY + SOLUTIONS CALL//FREE No-obligation zoom for more info-https://wholeheartedly.as.me/callMore details on my Sanity & Solutions 5-S Framework -www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/coachingI believe in you & I'm cheering you on.Come say hi!  I'm @parent_wholeheartedly on Insta.Join Danielle's Parenting Wholeheartedly community on Facebook.Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Write a Review & Share with a friend!Join Danielle's Parenting Wholeheartedly community on Facebook.Follow Wholeheartedly on Instagram or Facebook.Support the show (https://www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/community)

Sound of Sanity
Bronze Age Battle Cry????

Sound of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 28:18


In another episode of our popular Sanityshelves series, Jake discusses one good book on manliness and one terrible book on who knows what. Plus ... do we need to bring shamans back into western civilization?★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
1/14/22 Ray McGovern on the US-Russia Talks

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 34:09


Ray McGovern is back to discuss the recent talks between Putin and the Biden Administration. McGovern observes that the talks, framed as a tense battle over Ukrainian sovereignty, appear to have actually steered towards a discussion about arms control in the region. A discussion that's grown in necessity since the Trump Administration abruptly left a nuclear treaty with Russia. Scott and McGovern also talk about the collapsing narrative that the Russians are set to invade Ukraine any day now.  Discussed on the show: “Peeking Past the Pall Put Over Arms Talks With Russia” (Antiwar.com) Ray McGovern is the co-creator of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity and the former chief of the CIA's Soviet analysts division. Read all of his work at his website: raymcgovern.com. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; EasyShip; Free Range Feeder; Thc Hemp Spot; Green Mill Supercritical; Bug-A-Salt and Listen and Think Audio. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
1/14/22 Ray McGovern on the US-Russia Talks

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 34:09


Ray McGovern is back to discuss the recent talks between Putin and the Biden Administration. McGovern observes that the talks, framed as a tense battle over Ukrainian sovereignty, appear to have actually steered towards a discussion about arms control in the region. A discussion that's grown in necessity since the Trump Administration abruptly left a nuclear treaty with Russia. Scott and McGovern also talk about the collapsing narrative that the Russians are set to invade Ukraine any day now.  Discussed on the show: “Peeking Past the Pall Put Over Arms Talks With Russia” (Antiwar.com) Ray McGovern is the co-creator of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity and the former chief of the CIA's Soviet analysts division. Read all of his work at his website: raymcgovern.com. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; EasyShip; Free Range Feeder; Thc Hemp Spot; Green Mill Supercritical; Bug-A-Salt and Listen and Think Audio. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.

No Sanity Required
No Sanity Stories | Addiction, Abuse, & Redemption pt. 3

No Sanity Required

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 60:56


In this episode, Brody sits down with Blair Bailey, Shannon's husband. In December, Brody sat down with Shannon Bailey to share her testimony of how the Lord saved her from  a life of addiction and defiance. This is Blair's perspective on what happened and how he saw the Lord's faithfulness all throughout. P.S. If you liked this episode, we'd love to hear your feedback! Please leave us a review on Apple or Spotify and help us get the content out to help others grow in their faith and mission to equip the Church.Want to go deeper? Join the Snowbird Newsletter and get our list of favorite books! Learn more about our student and adult conferences at https://www.swoutfitters.com/==================================================Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters exists to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the exposition of Scripture and personal relationships in order to equip the Church to impact this generation.

True Crime Couple
Episode 120: The Bain Family Murders | The One Who Deserved to Stay Part I

True Crime Couple

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 114:11


On June 20, 1994 all but one member of the Bain Family has been murdered in their dilapidated home in Dunedin, New Zealand. A one sentence suicide note remained, it read: Sorry, you are the only one that deserved to stay. So was that it? Had Robin Bain murdered murdered his wife, three of his four children, and then turn the gun on himself? Or had this been the plan of the surviving member of the Bain family, the eldest child, David? Join us as we get into detail about the Bain Family and cover the discovery of their bodies on that June morning. Part II will be released on 1/23 Patreon.com/truecrimecouple Sponsors: Peloton onepeloton.com/app Acorn TV Acorn.tv and use code tcc (all lowercase) Sources: Black Hands by Martin Van Beyen Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited, Nov 3, 2020 The Mask of Sanity by James McNeish David Ling Pub. Limited, 1997 David and Goliath by Joe Karam Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind, 2008 https://www.nowtolove.co.nz/news/real-life/the-case-that-gripped-new-zealand-the-bain-murders-25-years-on-43581

Honestly with Bari Weiss
Bringing Sanity to the Omicron Chaos: Three Doctors Weigh In

Honestly with Bari Weiss

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 90:38


Have you hit a wall with Covid? We have.  The irrationality of the current policies and conversations surrounding Covid—guidelines that are coming from our public health authorities; rules coming from our schools and our workplaces; and information coming from our media—is making skeptics out of even the most compliant. What gives? Why do things seem so nonsensical? Who should we trust? How can we get back to normal—or at least some semblance of normal? And how can we do it responsibly and safely?  To answer these questions, we brought together three doctors who have been islands of sanity in a sea of misinformation and confusion.  Dr. Vinay Prasad is an associate professor of epidemiology at UCSF. Dr. Stefan Baral is a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. And Dr. Lucy McBride is a practicing internist in Washington D.C., and author of a popular COVID-19 newsletter. This was a live subscriber-only Zoom event, and the thousands of listeners who tuned in had the chance to ask the panelists their most pressing and burning COVID questions. If you want to be able to participate in events like this one in the future, head over to bariweiss.substack.com and hit subscribe.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Total Fit Boss Chick - Entrepreneurship, Mindset, and Lifestyle
Conquer Work and Life! Systems Can Save Your Sanity

Total Fit Boss Chick - Entrepreneurship, Mindset, and Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 21:41


Systematically Being Less Busy! Being busy doesn't mean that we're working hard and getting work done. Sometimes, it's a sign that we're not efficient because our system is not working. Don't miss any of the details on how we can set up the right systems for us in Episode 75, Conquer Work and Life! Systems Can Save Your Sanity of the Total Fit Boss Chick Podcast!Key Points To Set Up a System First, you need to do a task audit. This is where you need to look at what's taking a lot of your time with your business. This proves to be a big pain for one's business. One of the best ways to tackle this head-on is through automation. With certain jobs, it's also best to look at a specialized virtual assistant. This is both cost-effective and efficient.  It lets you spend more time on things you love to do about your job and stay in your zone of genius. You're leveraging other people's specialties and skills to do the things that you aren't in your zone of genius. It's a win-win situation! The next step is task management. This is looking at how you make your “to-dos” and manage your team. A word of wisdom is that you won't build the right system overnight. It's best to start from the backend and slowly work on it week by week. Let's Set Up for Success! Are you ready to set up systems for success? Don't forget to listen to Episode 75, Conquer Work and Life! Systems Can Save Your Sanity, of the Total Fit Boss Chick Podcast so you don't miss any details! Connect with Rebecca, Website: https://rebeccakay.podbean.com/Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/the-solo-to-ceo-podcast/id1579282174

Simple Homeschool
Simple Homeschool Ep #79: The Homeschool Hack That Saved My Sanity

Simple Homeschool

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 11:15


If you'd prefer to read this post instead, head here. And for more current snapshots of how this hack has worked in our family, check out my day in the life posts over the years.  Discover Jamie's books and her new course, Homeschooling with Purpose! Through the end of January 2022 get $20 off the course with the code NEWYEAR20 Today's episode is sponsored by Reading Eggs! What's Your Homeschool Mom Personality? Take Jamie's quiz and get your free personality report at simplehomeschool.net/quiz So I don't know if you guys have noticed, but kids can be LOUD. Confession: I don't particularly care for loud. Desperate times call for desperate measures, and I knew I had to make life at home at least a little quieter if I was going to survive it, as well as add homeschooling to the mix. My own conundrum led to an idea. One that's gone on to save my sanity and allow me to continue homeschooling long-term - listen in and be encouraged!

Sound of Sanity
This week in 1984 (Jan '22 Edition)

Sound of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 18:28


It's a new year here in 1984, so we're reviewing more things happening in 1984!Note: within hours of this episode being recorded, the Harry Potter mob had gone after Jon Stewart and he had walked back his comments. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about Remix! Sponsor - Sanity Sanity.io is a real-time headless CMS with a fully customizable Content Studio built in React. Get a Sanity powered site up and running in minutes at sanity.io/create. Get an awesome supercharged free developer plan on sanity.io/syntax. Sponsor - Sentry If you want to know what's happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry's Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faster, and optimize their code health. Cut your time on error resolution from hours to minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners new to Sentry can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code TASTYTREAT during sign up. Show Notes 00:32 Rrrremix Remix 02:03 Sponsor: Sentry 03:48 Sponsor: Sentry 05:51 What is Remix? 07:51 Built on Fetch 12:28 Frameworks are getting so good 13:30 Data loading 14:36 Actions 19:09 Error boundary and catch boundary differences 20:15 Differences between Remix and Gatsby, and other SSG 21:33 What about hot reloading? 22:47 Nested layouts and nested routes 24:25 Typescript support 26:33 Hosting anywhere Remix Docs Remix on GitHub Remix on Twitter Remix on YouTube Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Thursday, January 6, 2022

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 23:46


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 15:22): ────────────────── A Violent Riot, the Humiliation of the Capitol, and an Indicator of the Political Volatility of Our Nation: Defining the Capitol Riots One Year Later PART 2 (15:23 - 17:28): ────────────────── Where is Sanity and Respect for Constitutional Order? Addressing the Capitol Riots from a Christian Worldview PART 3 (17:29 - 23:46): ────────────────── ‘The Most Remarkable Thing is How Parents Obey Their Children': The Tragic Inversion of Parental Authority in the United States WALL STREET JOURNAL (YOREE KOH) Tech-Savvy Kids Defeat Apple's and Others' Parental-Control Features

Windhorse Journal Podcast
Recovery is the path of discovering one's own health and sanity

Windhorse Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 55:41


Dear Listeners, Anyone who's considered the territory of recovery from extreme mental states knows this to be a vast and subtle topic. And if this is a concern of yours, it's also critical to reasonably understand—otherwise you may not recognize some of the key patterns as they're occurring. This podcast is the third in a four-part series. Senior Windhorse clinicians Gabrielle Bershen, Marta Aarli, and I (Jack Gipple)—along with our colleague and host, Chuck Knapp—take a deeper dive into the Windhorse assertion that “Recovery is the path of discovering and synchronizing with one's own health and sanity.” The four of us have worked together over two decades on scores of Windhorse teams. This podcast reflects the depth of our shared experience as we discuss a number of interconnected topics: starting where you are, the individual genuine path of recovery, creating conditions of recovery but without a guarantee of recovery, finding confidence, cycles of recovery and regression, the long arc of recovery, and finally, the choice between the solitude of illness and the challenge (and courage it takes) to tolerate living in the world of consensus reality. These and more subtle aspects of recovery from extreme states of mind are the substance of this conversation among Windhorse clinicians and old friends. We hope you find it engaging and enlightening. Jack Gipple

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
12/30/21 Ray McGovern on the Dumb but Dangerous Tension With Russia Over Ukraine

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 53:20


Scott interviews Ray McGovern in this extended version of Antiwar Radio. They discuss the recent tensions between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine. Both Scott and McGovern agree that there is no impending Russian invasion, despite how hard the American media are trying to push that narrative. McGovern gives a thorough explanation of post-Cold War U.S. Russia relations to provide important context often omitted.  Discussed on the show: “What! No Russian Invasion of Ukraine?” (Antiwar.com) Shock and Awe (IMDb) Ray McGovern is the co-creator of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity and the former chief of the CIA's Soviet analysts division. Read all of his work at his website: raymcgovern.com. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; EasyShip; Free Range Feeder; Thc Hemp Spot; Green Mill Supercritical; and Listen and Think Audio. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
12/30/21 Ray McGovern on the Dumb but Dangerous Tension With Russia Over Ukraine

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 53:20


Scott interviews Ray McGovern in this extended version of Antiwar Radio. They discuss the recent tensions between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine. Both Scott and McGovern agree that there is no impending Russian invasion, despite how hard the American media are trying to push that narrative. McGovern gives a thorough explanation of post-Cold War U.S. Russia relations to provide important context often omitted.  Discussed on the show: “What! No Russian Invasion of Ukraine?” (Antiwar.com) Shock and Awe (IMDb) Ray McGovern is the co-creator of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity and the former chief of the CIA's Soviet analysts division. Read all of his work at his website: raymcgovern.com. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; EasyShip; Free Range Feeder; Thc Hemp Spot; Green Mill Supercritical; and Listen and Think Audio. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.

Failing Motherhood
Realistic Expectations with Amanda Gurman

Failing Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 60:46


Expectations are premeditated resentments; future disappointments planned out in advance.How often are our expectations of our kids or ourselves - too high?Amanda Gurman of the Honest as a Mother podcast shares her journey to discovering how to ease up and lower the expectations she'd been handed.Through trial and error, she's come to terms with the kind of mom she is - and has embraced it.She shares practical ways she's allowing for her own needs to be met and we discuss how to avoid raising entitled kids.  We also highlight ways the pandemic has challenged this and what to do about it. I hope you let relief wash over you as you receive a signed permission slip from both of us to lower your expectations of yourself and just be YOU.// CONNECT WITH AMANDA//Instagram: @honest.as.a.mother_Order the Kids Mental Health at Home subscription boxes:kidsmentalhealthathome.com///SCHEDULE YOUR SANITY + SOLUTIONS CALL//FREE No-obligation zoom for more info-https://wholeheartedly.as.me/callCHAOS TO CALM: FREE Recorded Masterclasswww.parentingwholeheartedly.com/masterclassMore details on my Sanity & Solutions 5-S Framework -www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/coachingI believe in you & I'm cheering you on.Come say hi!  I'm @parent_wholeheartedly on Insta.Join Danielle's Parenting Wholeheartedly community on Facebook.Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Write a Review & Share with a friend!Join Danielle's Parenting Wholeheartedly community on Facebook.Follow Wholeheartedly on Instagram or Facebook.Support the show (https://www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/community)

Sound of Sanity
New Year's Sanity

Sound of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 25:35


Happy New Years! Our heroes look back on the year that was and forward to the year to come...★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
#1515 As Sanity Comes Into View...

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 37:43


Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing Drew's second bout with Covid that went through his whole family and what their experience was like. Adam also opines on why he hasn't come down with the disease despite many around him becoming infected. They also explore the role that the media or '4th Estate' has been complicit in spreading bad information and needs a revolution as soon as possible. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS Headspace.com/ADS TrueBill.com/ADS Con-Cret.com/podcast Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM

Her Holistic Space | Home Organization Coaching, Decluttering, Minimalism(ish), Holistic Health for SAHM & Homeschooling Moms
53 // Need Some Social Sanity? 4 Ways To Declutter Your Social Media (And A Bonus Surprise Challenge!)

Her Holistic Space | Home Organization Coaching, Decluttering, Minimalism(ish), Holistic Health for SAHM & Homeschooling Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 13:12


How often do you check your phone? How do you feel after spending time on social media? If you need a break and want to regain control over your time and your sanity, this episode is for you. I'm sharing with you 4 ways to declutter your social media so that you can have a more positive experience, and begin to break from the addiction.   Wanna work with me 1:1? Click here to book a FREE consultation! Join the FB community → bit.ly/herholisticspacecommunity More info → herholisticspace.com Drop me a note → hello@herholisticspace.com See what's new on IG → @herholisticspace

Sleep Eat Perform Repeat
#153 Peter Shallard - Founder and CEO Commit Action, Shrink for Entrepreneurs

Sleep Eat Perform Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 42:17


Today we spoke with Peter Shallard - Founder and CEO Commit Action, Shrink for Entrepreneurs This episode was brought to you by Commit Action. It is a differentiator. We use it and are huge fans. It pairs you with a dedicated accountability coach whose sole job is to give you clarity on what needs to get done and the accountability to make sure you do it. This levels up your productivity. Join fellow members including venture backed founders, globe-trotting internet entrepreneurs & Fortune 500 execs…and ourselves. Find out more at www.commitaction.com Exclusively for listeners of the show Commit Action is offering up to $150 off membership by clicking through this link! As a renowned business psychology expert and clinical therapist Peter has worked with all types of entrepreneurs around the globe with people who strive to reach greater goals of wealth, freedom, sanity and social impact. He founded Commit Action, which is an online platform built for business owners and people who want to manage their output and time better, and create a personal system for accountability, commitment to task ideation and execution, focus and productivity - it really is all about turning one into the highest leverage version of themself. Today we dig into the story of the shrink for entrepreneurs...how Peter earned that name, and what that part of his career involved. We delve into life coaching, accountability, planning, structure, goal setting methodology, weekly rituals and high leverage work...all key for this time of year. Peter tells us how Commit Action scaled, and why it's working, from a sole entrepreneur start-up to a team of many, and a big success. We explore the definition of effectiveness and productivity and how they are so different...in relation to value creation and output. Deep focus work is discussed, and the furious chasing down of goals, and gaps for recovery...also that life goes in seasons sometimes. This is a really enlightening conversation about how a vision for a business model became a reality...what it took, and what it's becoming. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Key Timestamps 1. 10 - Wealth, freedom + Sanity 2. 44 - Why Peter started his business 3. 47 - Entrepreneurs and growth mindset 7. 25 - Selling time for money + scaling 9. 31 - Positioning yourself effectively 11. 10 - Showing up is the best version of ourselves 12. 22 - Any life coaching can be beneficial 13. 21 - Focus and productivity as downstream issues of isolation 14.27 - Avoiding the multibillion distraction 15. 15 - The why behind Commit Action 21. 42 - Gap between productivity and effectiveness 22. 32 - Outside of the fishbowl accountability 23. 53 - What is high leverage work for you 24. 15 - High leverage work + courage 25. 02 - Best businesses act as science labs 26. 35 - Have an empirical relationship with reality 27. -30 - Wellbeing is vital to business success 29. 06 - 9 to 5 workday is a relic of the industrial revolution 30. 25 - Value creation = insight, courage + knowledge work 36. 54 - What does high performance mean to you? -----------------------------------------------------------------------

Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast
Episode 41: Sound Chaser 209

Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 215:38


The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is on the web again. We enter year 2022 of the Gregorian calendar with a show that leans toward the abstract, as we contemplate our uncertain future. There is plenty of progressive music from the early days, some music from more recent days, a long suite, and The Symphonic Zone. All that, plus news of tours and releases on Sound Chaser. Playlist1. Steve Hillage - Om Nama Shivaya, from L2. Strawbs - Witchwood, from From the Witchwood3. Supersister - She Was Naked, from Supersisterious4. Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers, from Volunteers5. Automatic Man - Live Wire, from Visitors6. Starcastle - Can't Think Twice, from Citadel7. Michael Jones - Song for Eia, from Sunscapes8. Kristian Schultze - Device Control, from Metronomics9. Klaus Schulze, Ernst Fuchs, Rainer Bloss - Aphrica, from Aphrica10. Scott / Thompson - The Double Helix, from Heartspeak11. Art Zoyd - 3ème Expérience De Vol, from Marathonerre II12. Stick Men - Hide the Trees, from Midori13. Mick Karn - Bones of Mud, from Bestial ClusterTHE SYMPHONIC ZONE14. Julverne - Spiering, from À Neuf15. Penguin Café - From a Blue Temple, from A Matter of Life...16. Karda Estra - Twice Around the Sun, from Constellations17. Banco del Mutuo Soccorso - Passagio, from B.M.S.18. Shinjuku Thief - Waltz of the Midwives, from The Witch Hammer19. IQ - The Sense in Sanity, from Subterranea20. IQ - State of Mine, from Subterranea21. Seventh Wave - Aether Anthem, from Psi-Fi22. Seventh Wave - Astral Animal, from Psi-Fi23. Seventh Wave - El Tooto, from Psi-Fi24. Nexus - Signos en el Cielo, from Detrás del Umbral25. Nexus - Sueño Infinito, from Detrás del Umbral26. Joe Jackson - Symphony #1 Last Movement, from Symphony #1LEAVING THE SYMPHONIC ZONE27. Robert Rich & Lisa Moskow - Bija, from Yearning28. Robert Rich & Lisa Moskow - Suspension, from Yearning29. Robert Rich & Lisa Moskow - Nada, from Yearning30. Robert Rich & Lisa Moskow - Kali, from Yearning31. Robert Rich & Lisa Moskow - A Thousand Tears, from Yearning32. Robert Rich & Lisa Moskow - The Mirror, from Yearning33. Greenslade - Drum Folk, from Bedside Manners Are Extra

Consumer Choice Radio
EP104: Getting Back to Sanity (w/ Mark Sanford, David Zaruk)

Consumer Choice Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 48:46


Interviews with former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and adjunct professor David Zaruk. Mark Sanford is a statesman who served as the governor of the state of South Carolina and served as the U.S. representative for South Carolina's 1st congressional district from 1995 to 2001. David Zaruk is an adjunct professor at Vesalius College and Facultés Universitaires St-Louis and has been an EU risk and science communications specialist since 2001, active in EU policy events from REACH and SCALE to the Pesticides Directive, from Science in Society questions to the use of the Precautionary Principle. https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2021/10/15/risk-hazard-and-precautionary-principle-why-europe-gets-crop-biotechnology-and-chemical-regulation-so-wrong/ Broadcast on Consumer Choice Radio on December 31, 2021. Syndicated on Sauga 960AM and Big Talker 106.7FM. Website: https://consumerchoiceradio.com ***PODCAST***  Podcast Index: https://bit.ly/3EJSIs3 Apple: http://apple.co/2G7avA8  Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3iXIKIS Our podcast is now Podcasting 2.0 compliant! Listen to the show using a #Bitcoin lightning wallet-enabled podcasting app (Breeze, Fountain, etc.) to directly donate to the show using the Bitcoin lightning network (stream those sats!).  More information on that here: https://podcastindex.org/apps  Produced by the Consumer Choice Center.  Support us: https://consumerchoicecenter.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Punk Rock Sanity
Punk Rock Sanity - Episodio #38 - Review: Survival of the Fattest

Punk Rock Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 35:05


En este episodio especial No.38 Compilation Edition: Review Survival of the Fattest - Jorge Rivera nos entrega un tremendo capitulo haciendo un resumen de la clásica compilación del sello Californiano FAT WRECK CHORDS. Mencionando las bandas que fuimos descubriendo y las cuales fueron marcando su música y escencia dentro de nuestro gusto; definitivamente un episodio bastante nostálgico el cual bien pudiera ser una excelente introducción para todas aquellas nuevas generaciones que recien comienzan a escuchar estos generos y bandas que tanto nos apasionan y conocer su larga trayectoria atravez de todos estos años.. Sinceramente un episodio especial el cual no se lo pueden perder! Disponible en todos los directorios principales streaming incluyendo Spotify, Apple, Amazon y Google.   **próximamente Punk Rock Sanity en YOUTUBE / Entrevistas a bandas en un ambiente intimo y exclusivo, favor de seguir nuestro canal y suscribirse para ser notificados de nuevo contenido en la plataforma de YOUTUBE   *Visitia nuestra online merch store/tienda en linea, en la cual encontraras prendas oficiales para dama y caballero como son tshirts/camisetas, hoodies/sudaderas, y muchos accesorios más con diseños originales y exclusivos con envíos internacionales! Tambien disponible en tienda de Facebook/Instagram shops. Les agradecemos infinitamente su apoyo, ya que es de gran ayuda para mantener el proyecto activo/gratuito para las bandas y cubrir gastos asociados con la plataforma!   Sitio web oficial: www.punkrocksanity.com Enlaces generales: www.flow.page/punkrocksanity

New Thinking Allowed Audio Podcast
Spiritual Awakening with Steve Taylor

New Thinking Allowed Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 40:08


Steve Taylor, PhD, is the author of Extraordinary Awakenings, The LEAP: The Psychology of Spiritual Awakening, Spiritual Science, Back to Sanity, Out of the Darkness and many other books. He's senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Beckett University and the chair of the Transpersonal Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. Steve's articles and essays … Continue reading "Spiritual Awakening with Steve Taylor"

Lies Between Us - Roger Ray Bird
Episode #19: Charles, keeping his sanity as black man in America experiencing homelessness, mental health, Jim Crow, and mass incarceration

Lies Between Us - Roger Ray Bird

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 111:28


Charles won conference three times as a wrestler in high school and went on to wrestle in college. He graduated with a management degree from University of Wisconsin and achieved success in corporate America before getting divorced and experiencing homelessness.Charles, aka Pops, is an amazing thinker and speaker, explaining how he was always a planner in life but after being twice incarcerated and then living outdoors, he had to learn to just roll with it. My mother was clinically insane and homeless most of her life. I was a drug addict for 13 years in Baltimore City so I have a slight perspective to speak with Charles candidly, about trying to maintain his sanity amidst the 100-person homeless tent city encampment in Madison, Wisconsin.  As an educated, outspoken, and traveled black man in America, Charles offers incredible insight into the absolute love for his daughters, his commitment to mindfulness, and a person trying to lead by example despite the local powers to be taking advantage of him.Charles speaks of his need to try and do better and rise above the Jim Crow laws of racial injustice, trying to control his behavior and his response to an incessant challenge from the mass incarceration system of the black man in America. We touch on how Dane County Wisconsin makes it illegal to be homeless and despite most everything taken away from him, Charles has remained sober for 10 years and has not surrendered to the hardcore drug use running wild in the local homeless community. We also speak of Charles saving three lives this year, his self-appointed role of first responder in his homeless community, and how his attempt to help save lives by trying to prevent drug overdoses is also illegal. A great conversation and one I am honored to be part of. 

The Dan Bradbury Podcast
S3 EP36: 7 Figure Revenue to 7 Figure Net Profit

The Dan Bradbury Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 53:42


For this week's episode, we're giving you a glimpse into a recent live and online training session.We discuss the ways in which Henry Singleton is deemed to be the most successful CEO in history, and the key lessons you can learn from him to help accelerate your business from 7 figure revenue to 7 figure profit in 2022.You will not want to miss this.____________________________________________________________________________Dan Bradbury can be found here:Get your FREE 8 Module Finance Masterclasshttps://danbradbury.com/finance/WEBSITE: http://danbradbury.com/QUIZ: What's your BPM Business Score?This quiz is going to reveal the strengths and weaknesses of yourbusiness. All you have to do is take 5-10 minutes to answer simple "yesor no" questions and you will be scored in 10 different areas of yourbusiness. Once you have your score, you will be sent a 24-page reportthat is customised specifically for you.LATEST BOOKS:Turnover is Vanity, Profit is Sanity: 9/12 Steps to Improving Your Profits & CashflowBreeding Gazelles: Fast Growth Strategies For Your Business

The Critical Hour
Russia Adds Safeguard Proposals on a Part of NATO

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 116:55


Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss Russia. Reports say Russia "is not bluffing by putting forward the security safeguard proposals on a part of NATO and the US and will make every effort to facilitate the West's awareness of it, " according to Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov. Also, President Putin suggested repercussions could be possible, warning that he could take “adequate military-technical measures” if NATO continues its “aggressive” course “on the threshold of our home.”Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst and co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, joins us to discuss Ukraine. Ray has an article entitled, "Washington Prepares to Fail in Ukraine," which talks about the US's refusal to acknowledge Russia's vital strategic interest in Ukraine. It also discusses Washington's plans to subject Ukraine and the NATO alliance to "a dangerous and unnecessary test by confronting Russian conventional military power."Dr. Yolandra Hancock, board-certified pediatrician and obesity medicine specialist, joins us to discuss covid. Dr. Hancock points to the frightening number of people around the country aggressively lashing out in response to policies they dislike regarding Covid. She also discusses The Federal Aviation Administration's 1,000 + investigations into unruly passenger incidents this year, more than five times as many as in all of 2020. Patricio Zamorano, political analyst and Director of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, COHA.org, joins us to discuss Chile. Marco Teruggi penned an article for the Orinco Tribune, talking about the expected results of the new progressive government saying that the expectation of Chileans is "that not only things will change in their country, but also the integration with their neighbors and the continent."Obi Egbuna, activist and US Rep for The Zimbabwean Newspapers, joins us to discuss Ethiopia. Since the federal government forces of Ethiopia cornered the TPLF back into Tigray state, the US-backed TPLF has asked for peace negotiations. In return, the Ethiopian government has called for the abolishment of the TPLF as well as the surrender of its leadership. Miko Peled, author and activist, joins us to discuss the Middle East. This past Sunday, Israel's government approved a $317m plan to double the Jewish settler population in the occupied Golan Heights of Syria.Scott Ritter, former UN weapon inspector in Iraq, joins us to discuss the military. He discusses an article in Responsible Statecraft that exposes the gap between the US military's reputation and its actual performance in the post 9/11 wars.John Kiriakou, journalist, author, and host of The Back Story, joins us to discuss his article titled, "Those Nasty Russians." In it, Kiriakou discusses the recent New York Times article that claims Moscow is preparing its public for a potential war in Russia. Kiriakou shows why these claims are preposterous, refuting the Times' claims that Russia had already “massed troops on the border with Ukraine,” a lie that has been perpetuated in the mainstream media all across the United States.

That's my JAMstack
S3E1 - Sean C. Davis on the Jamstack philosophy, NextJS, and more

That's my JAMstack

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


Transcript Bryan Robinson 0:14 Hello, and welcome back to season three of That's My Jamstack. It's amazing that we've been going this long. I know it's been quite a bit since our last episode, but to jog your memories, That's My Jamstack is the podcast asks that time honored and tested question. What is your jam in the Jamstack? I'm your host, Bryan Robinson and we've got a lot of great guests lined up for this season. So without further ado, let's dive in. On today's episode, we talk with Sean C. Davis. Sean is a passionate tinkerer and teacher. He's currently working as a developer experience engineer at stack bit. Bryan Robinson 1:04 All right, Shawn. Well, thanks so much for coming on the show and talking with us today. Sean C. Davis 1:07 Thanks for having me, Brian. Excited to be here. Bryan Robinson 1:09 Awesome. So first and foremost, tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do for work? And what do you do for fun outside of work Sean C. Davis 1:15 For for work, I am currently the developer experience engineer for stack bit. I've been in the web development space for about a decade or so the first nine years, were all in agency space building agency freelancing, building websites for folks. And just this last year, took a shift into the product space and spending some time with stack bid. And that's that's been so that's super exciting. That's what I've been doing every day. And I'm sure we'll we'll dig into that a bit. For fun on the side. Well, I feel like I'm the I'm the classic developer in the sense that there's always some, there's always some technical thing that's happening on the side. Right now that thing is, it's it's my personal site I've had, I've had a couple of different blogs that I've maintained over the years. And within the last two years or so I've been trying to focus that content, bringing it all into my personal site. But right now, it's still kind of just like a, it's just a, it's a blog, most of most folks who come there, Googled some problem, they get the solution, and it serves those folks really well. But I'm in this transition of trying to make it more of a learning hub. So that's, it's kind of a side project now. But that's but it's still like it's fun, but it's still I don't know, it's where it could still be in a developer. I'm so like, the the other part of me, I've got two little kids at home and like a lot of folks when the pandemic hits kind of focused a lot of energy and attention into the home. So it's various projects around the house or like like many people I am part of the reason you couldn't find flour at the grocery store because I got really into baking for a while and still doing that a little bit to some like some gardening kind of just fun fun stuff around the house. Bryan Robinson 3:06 In your in your baking exploits. Are we talking like bread, baking, pastry baking, but what kind of baking Sean C. Davis 3:13 where I spend most of my time and still doing a little bit today is the classic sourdough loaf. So mostly bread, mostly bread, at least I'm better at the bread. I've done a bit of the Sweet Treats and trying to learn a little bit about the decorating but it's just the presentation isn't my strong suit. So the flavor might be there. I've got a ways to go in the inner desert department. Bryan Robinson 3:37 Yeah, I've got I've got my own sourdough starter and all that. So I definitely feel I actually, I like a time I can be a hipster about something. And so when my son was born, actually so that was six years ago now. So pre pandemic, my wife my birthday that year, two months after he was born he got me a sourdough starter from King Arthur baking and amazing. I lapsed right because obviously like infant and all that and I baked for a little bit but yeah, then started back up during the pandemic as well. Because who, who doesn't want to do that? We're gonna do Yeah, exactly. You got something to focus on. Anyway, I actually love your site. I'm sure that when we do shout outs at the end, we'll talk about that Sean C. Davis calm but one things that came up on the little repeating thing on your homepage is you're afraid of bears and Bs. Is that Is that a thing? Or is that just a funny thing? Sean C. Davis 4:21 Oh, yeah, it's a it's a funny thing. I mean, I I I love both of them, but also am terrified of both that I do. I do. I guess I didn't mention this in the fun thing. I really enjoy hiking and camping. haven't done much camping since having little kids. We're gonna eventually get them out there. But we do a fair amount of hiking. And so yeah, I've had a number of run ins with both bears and bees. And it's terrifying every time but I also very much appreciate and respect them for what they do for us. Yes. Bryan Robinson 4:54 All right. So let's talk a little bit about the Jamstack. So what was your entry point into this space? It seems this idea of Jamstack or static sites or whatever it was at the time. Sean C. Davis 5:03 It that's an interesting question. Because Okay, so if you say, Yeah, entry point into Jamstack, or static sites, if you broke that apart and said, What's your entry point into Jamstack? And what's your entry point into static sites? I have two different answers. So I'll tell you a little bit about the the journey from one to the other. It's, I find it kind of interesting. So it static sites were was the first thing before I knew anything about Jamstack. In fact, before Jamstack was coined, because the gens Jamstack term comes from I think, later in 2015, I believe. So the first agency job, I had built a few sites with middleman, they were originally a PHP shop, and about the time I joined, were transitioning into becoming a Rails shop. And so Ruby was the bread and butter programming language. And there were a few clients that would come on, who didn't want to pay for a CMS or just like they needed something real quick, and it could be static and totally fine. And so we, we were building middleman sites, but deploying, deploying them to like a digital ocean or equivalent, it's still running on a web server still serving up these pages in real time, even though they're just HTML files city like kind of silly, but But there weren't great solid patterns at that time. And about that time, 2013 or so is also when I started building custom content management systems. I built it, I evolved, and I iterated on it. And I think I was looking at this recently, I believe there were four major, different versions that I built over the series, or course of about three or four years in there. And so I'll come back to that. But as I was, so set, this first agency working on middleman, I built a few middleman sites is when I switched to freelancing. And then at this at the last Agency, also, a few middleman sites like middleman kept kept popping up when I was when I was freelancing there. Actually, that's when I built the fourth and final version of that CMS. And at that time, this is probably I think we're talking about 2016, maybe 20. Yeah, I think that seems right 2016. And so the Jamstack term exists, the term headless CMS exists, but I had no idea that these things were things that people were doing. But I had this need, where I had a client who wanted a mobile native application, and a, also a website. And it seemed like a lot of the content was going to overlap. And I was like, Well, I'm building this next version of a CMS, what should it look like? Maybe it should be able to serve both of these. And so I was like, Oh, brilliant, decoupled architecture like this is this is gonna be great. And so that that last CMS I built was API driven. And, and I believe, I believe the website was a middleman site, it, it may have been some other framework, but it was like this Jamstack pattern, but again, still deployed, still using a web server to serve every request. So like missing that, that final piece that that Netlify gives us in the CDN in that instant cache invalidation. So fast forward to this last agency, and we're also a rail shop Sean C. Davis 8:40 and built a few middleman sites. But what happened was, why I think that the 2017, I believe, the the CTO, late 2017, early 2018, our CTO gets wind of the Jamstack. And so this is pre Jamstack. Conference, still really small kind of tight knit community. And we're like, and everything just kind of aligned because we won this work. For a company where it was going to be building them a new marketing website, it was gonna be a fairly big site. But this company also had a product and an internal product team. And that team had already switched to building that product with React. And so and we had heard a little bit about Jamstack. We heard about Gatsby and we're like, Oh, perfect, perfect time. Gatsby is the cool kid in town. Like we can jump all in on the Jamstack we think we can reduce development costs over time. You know, all the all the classic Jamstack benefits like we can get those and so we took a leap. We jumped all in and so that was like that was the real introduction to Jamstack and I find it I find it kind of funny looking back on it now because I spent all those years with Jamstack like patterns and using tool and middleman was part of all of those and then we're like, oh Jamstack, but also switched to JavaScript based frameworks at the same time, which I think a lot of folks went through that pattern. But I don't know if funny to reflect on. Bryan Robinson 10:11 Yeah, definitely. And like that that kind of journey is really interesting. Like in that agency world, the fact that, like you were having defined these patterns on your own, and then this community kind of sprang up next to what you were doing, and then look like we can do those things, maybe even slightly better than than kind of where we are now that we see kind of this broader scope, and there are products out there. That's really, really interesting. And it kind of mirrors on my own journey. I was at an agency when I discovered all this as well and never really implemented at the agency that we had a customer we had a full fledge, like custom content management system that like the agency had built, so never got a big we Sean C. Davis 10:49 did we did too, I don't it was like it was a compelling enough idea to our CTO, that he's like, we're throat, like we're throwing it all out where we're, I, we had a lot of, I mean, you know, there's issues with you, you have to maintain your own software. And it's it's another piece of the stack. And he's like that we were just getting bogged down with this site went down. And there's a bug in this CMS. And I think the crux was, there was one site where we didn't protect the slash admin route, like, should have done that. And we're like, Okay, well, let's, this is a way to never make that mistake. Again. I'm not Bryan Robinson 11:27 gonna speak for you on this. But my advice to anyone listening out there is if you think you should build a content management system, don't just don't do it. Sean C. Davis 11:38 Yes, yes. I don't know if I may have written a post about this at one point, or maybe it was just an idea in my head, but it was gonna be ashes, I should see if I can find it. The idea was, here's how you can build a content management system and my journey and exactly why you shouldn't do it. Like it's, it's, I think the the lesson I have baked in there is, it can be a really powerful experience for learning about content schemas and know how to organize pages and components and like structured data. But it's also just not a good idea to do it. Because there's there are how many dozens or hundreds of companies that are focusing on that problem every single day. Bryan Robinson 12:20 And let's be fair to our past selves, right, like in 2012 2013 weren't as many companies do, and they weren't as fully featured as they are today. I think it's kind of the same thing. A lot of people have probably created their own, like, custom static site generator in the past, like, Oh, I just made a couple include stuff like that. Let's just, oh, but we have them now. From from the middleman and Jekyll times all the way through to all the fancy ones today. Let's fast forward to now. How are you using Jamstack philosophies professionally? And personally? And obviously, you're at stack bet. So probably quite a bit professionally nowadays. Sean C. Davis 12:54 Yeah. Yeah. Interesting. So Stackbit is, I mean, if the Netlify is the Jamstack tool, but also when you think stack bit like stack bit is, exists, because the Jamstack exists. And it's, I know, the, the Jamstack pattern was really powerful and felt like a great entry point for newer developers. But it, it turned out that it was it was kind of difficult, because it's like you could get started really, really kind of simple to get started. Really difficult to go to the next level, which requires stitching together all of these decoupled services. And so stack bit pops up originally three years ago, as a solution to basically say, well, your start, here's the starting point. And it's Netlify and Jekyll and some markdown files or you know, in some styles, something like that, and it has evolved and now as a full fledge visual editor, what's, what's interesting is, we're in a transition where we're just about to release a new version, or the beta version of a new version. And it's still largely following that pattern. It's a really powerful visual editing experience. But the the Jamstack I feel like Jamstack is kind of in this identity crisis sort of mode or, or maybe not like figuring out where they where they fit. You know, what Jamstack actually means and knowing that the web is going to continue to evolve. And so if you, depending when, when this episode gets released, it's like what we, if we look before this release, and what happens after it right now you go to the website, so pre pre release, and like Jamstack is plastered all over it real big, top of the homepage. And I I'm seeing that this, this language is going to shift a little bit and so we're still very much Jamstack tool. Websites are going to get deployed. They're going to be built with next they're going to be static by default. They're going to be deployed To Netlify using Marco. So it's like still, it's still very much Jamstack pattern. But I think how we, how we talk about that might change a little bit. That's, that's professionally and personally, I mentioned, the, the project I'm spending most of time on now is my personal site, that site is built with eleventy. and deploy to Netlify. And using Mark, just local markdown for content. I, I've been thinking a lot about like, well, what's the future of this? For me, if I really want to make this a hub, and I want to make it a content engine? And I'm thinking well, okay, well, eventually, I'm going to have to go to like a next or something like that. But honestly, I every change that I make, I say, Well, okay, well, can I get this done with eleventy? And I consistently finding that the answer is yes, like it has, there's probably a limit to this some point in my future. But right now, I'm in love with, but eleventy is giving me and so I've kind of have this classic Jamstack pattern happening on the side and loving that Bryan Robinson 16:08 perfectly. And then I mean, I can go on and on about love. And it is it is kind of where I'm at in the last of two and Zach Leatherman, the creator of 11. D, recently just even showed like gated content with 11, D serverless. And so like the, the line is blurring about what 11 D can and can't do, it used to be pretty solid, like there was a pretty solid point where like 11 D didn't serve you anymore. Little little iffy. Now, Sean C. Davis 16:30 I think that the big question for me was, oh, there were two. So one is that I'm I built my own kind of component system using nunchucks shortcodes in and so like, you have this smart transformers that make it nice and easy to work with. But it's I mean, it's still a little clunky, I would love to be able to use something like reactors felt and then hydrate them on the fly as needed. And fortunately, we have been homes and slinky, working on that exact problem. So that's really exciting to follow that. And then the second question I had, and second hurdle I thought I was going to run into was authentication, I don't need it now. But my plan is to start to build out some courses, and some of them will be free, and you don't have to track them. And other ones, you know, I feel like well down the road, I'm going to want people to people are gonna want to sign in, they're gonna want to track their progress, maybe some of them are paid. And just this last week, a video came out where Zach was going through the process of showing authentication with 11. D. And now I'm like I, I mean, I feel like the wall I'm going to hit now has less to do with features, and is probably going to have more to do with how many files can we read from the file system? And but I also think that it's getting smarter in terms of incremental builds. And so maybe I don't hit that. Well, I don't know. I'm gonna keep pushing it. We'll see what happens. Bryan Robinson 17:58 Yeah, that wall becomes smaller and further and smaller and further. Yeah, that's right. That's right. All right. So we've talked about a few technologies. We've talked about a few methodologies. But what would you say currently? Is your jam in the Jamstack? What's your favorite service? Maybe its stack, but are your favorite framework or philosophy? What what makes you love working in the Jamstack? Sean C. Davis 18:19 Yeah, talk philosophically for a minute, I suppose. Yeah. So what I really loved about the Jamstack, especially in the early days of me discovering it, I'm thinking pre NextJs. JS blowing up. So like 2019. And before? Is that it? To me, it was it's, well, it's still very much this way like you. It's a methodology. It's not a prescription say this all the time. And there's something really powerful in that in that if here's a pattern that we think is a really strong way to build websites that it's it improves the developer experience, and delivers great experience for end users. But you can use whatever tool you think is best for your particular project. And I what I've realized is as the web continues to evolve, is that the there were more kind of guardrails on what Jamstack is than I originally thought, like there, there are more opinions baked in than I originally was, was seeing. However, it's still within within those guardrails and within that pattern, very open and, and not not prescriptive in terms of tooling. And I think what that has led to that even though the community is led by a product in in Netlify, that it's very open in talking about what tools you can use in the space. It's really everyone's really respectful in that space and empowering and so just like the My Favorite I'd love to philosophy itself, the community that came out of that philosophy. It's is like a really, really great thing to be involved in. But I think in terms of tooling, yeah, I can't. I mean, I love stack. But that's why it's why I'm at stack, but I think it's a, it's a great, I do think it's a great entry point into the Jamstack. space. And it it's, it's a such a unique tool that it can serve. The personal blogger, especially someone who isn't super technically savvy, wants to learn a little development. But it can also serve a serve enterprises that have hundreds 1000s of pages, but are storing those in Contentful, or Sanity, some other headless CMS. But really, I keep coming back to eleventy. Especially, there was some news in the last couple of weeks where Rich Harris, the creator of spelt joined, we joined Vercel. Right, so so it's he gets to work on it full time. It's still community driven, but it still also kind of feels a little bit like funding from Vercel. And with that, I, I don't Okay, I don't know if this is entirely accurate. But it's, I think of the group of static site generators or front end frameworks, popular front end frameworks today. The vast majority of them are funded by or have some ulterior motive for where they're there. The people are working for some particular company. And so even though they're open source, they're, I mean, I don't I'm not saying that they've done their communities to services in any way. But eleventy what I love about eleventy is that it is it for now. I mean, today, it's all about the community it is it is very much driven by the community. And it is. And I just I love the way that Zach leads that project. It's, it's really exciting. And similar to what I said about a stack bit and what we just mentioned about eleventy, it's, it's great, because you can get started and know if you know HTML, like you can, you're good, you can build a website, and you can just you can fly. And then you can you can piece together things a little bit at a time, like learn a little bit of nunchucks. Or eventually if we have if when slinky gets to version one, and maybe it's like maybe you just dip your toes into React and, and, but that it also seems like it's going to it's scaling well for a handful of folks. And so it's not like you learn it as an entry level tool. I think that's that's where it was for a while, like a great entry level tool. And then our I don't want to build a serious site. So I'm going to go get a serious framework. It's starting to become a serious framework, and, but without necessarily raising the barrier to entry. And I think that's, that's really cool. So that's, yeah, I just, I feel like I'm just gonna keep talking about stack bid and 11. D all day. Bryan Robinson 23:07 Yeah, no, that doesn't that that's a great combo. Anyway. Um, I also think it's entering you said, like, you know, rich, rich chains go into Vercel. And, I mean, Zack Letterman's at Netlify. But he's building sites for Netlify. And so I think the interesting thing that's happened there is that he's learned what a company the size of Netlify needs out of some of what it's doing. And that's what's been kind of powering is not that Netlify has been prescribing what he needs. But Zack as a developer using 11. D to build sites for an enterprise level company now knows more about what what 11 D needs for that area. I think that's an interesting bit of information that he's kind of feeding back into the the 11 D framework. That's Sean C. Davis 23:51 a great point. Absolutely. Bryan Robinson 23:53 All right, so let's shift gears a little bit. Let's go away from technology and let's let's find out what is your actual jam right now? What's your favorite song or musician? Or what are you listening to day in day out? Sean C. Davis 24:04 Alright, so I had I had to look this up because I'm I am all over the board in terms of music and I haven't hadn't been listening to as much recently as I have in the past it you know, excluding like, all the all the Disney soundtracks that are on all the time, kids. Okay, so just to tell you how weird my, my taste in music is. I was like, alright, well, what are what are a few of the what are a few of the albums that have been on in the last week or two? Okay, so I've had gone all the way back to the Beatles revolver. I love that one. Okay, then what I'm almost like chronologically What have I done? I put on I put on Jay Z's Black Album. I had. I forget what it's called is Sturgill. Simpson. He released a couple blue grass albums, I think I think they're called cutting grass. Maybe not. Do you know? I do not know. Okay. Blue Grass. And then what did I have? I've had the newer Lord and Taylor Swift albums on as well. So I'm like, all over all over the place all over the Bryan Robinson 25:18 place. Yeah. That's awesome. That's I mean, it's variety is the spice of life, right? Sure. Yes. Yes. I love that. Now, it's kind of open forum, right? Is there anything that you that you are doing right now you stack that whomever that you want to promote and get out into the Jamstack. Community. Sean C. Davis 25:34 I mentioned a little bit earlier, this this idea of the the Jamstack identity crisis. And I try to talk about this without sounding disparaging or critical, because I actually think it's a good thing. And I think there's a lot to come in come from being from the community being introspective and figuring out who we are. And so I had, I've had lots of conversations around this topic throughout the year. And in, in doing so what a few of us realized is that the, it? You know, I think we all kind of have a little bit of different opinion of like, well, where's the line? What exactly does Jamstack mean, but maybe it doesn't, maybe it doesn't totally matter. But it's still, like, like we talked about earlier, like, there's still a there's still that the the guardrail is in a sense, like, there, there is an established pattern, in a way to build websites, the web is going to continue to evolve, and it won't necessarily be the cool thing on the cool kid on the block forever. But that, that that community can still exist. So what what a few of us have done is we said, Okay, well, what if we step outside of that? And to say, What if we created a space where folks could talk about all sorts of different patterns and ways to build websites, and Jamstack and all of the tools and variations within within that community is part of that discussion, but it's not the only part of that discussion. So there's also folks who are building rail sites and are choosing rails for a good reason or choosing full stack WordPress for for a good reason. I'm sure there's a good reason in there somewhere. Maybe. And so it's it's goofy, and it's brand new, but it's called good websites club. And it's at you can visit the bare bones website. It's good websites dot club. And so we're there's, it's just a tiny discord community with a little bit of chatter now, but there are there are some grand visions for it. There's someone who's talking about conference and 20, to 23, maybe some, maybe some various meetups throughout there. Personally, I am starting a show that I'm calling the the good websites show, and I don't know exactly what it's gonna be, it's gonna, it'll evolve. But it's, it's gonna start as a live just like a live interview show. And in kind of, we'll talk about, yeah, grab various folks from around different communities and talk about problems they have solved on the web, all kind of in a way to help inform developers or even marketers, content editors just have different different patterns, different ideas that are out there, and kind of kind of help them hone in on what exactly they are. They're going after, and I think we'll see, my prediction is we're gonna see it largely be, there's, there's gonna be this huge fear to draw a Venn diagram, like a lot of overlap with Jamstack in the beginning, and maybe it evolves, I don't really know. But that's, I'm kind of excited to see where that goes, while also being really heavily invested in Jamstack. And seeing how that evolves, because this, this recent announcement of Netlify got got their next series of funding, and they're gonna pump $10 million investing in the Jamstack. And that is really exciting. I cannot wait to see what that means for the community. So that's, I'm working on Yeah, like, websites club, but but, but also really excited for the Jamstack at same time, Bryan Robinson 29:25 absolutely cool. I'm now a member of the discord as of two months ago. So I'm really excited to see that everyone else listening should go go sign up as well. And then keep an eye out for Shawn doing good websites show in the future as well. So Shawn, thanks so much for taking the time to talk with us today. And we look forward to seeing more amazing stuff you in the future. Sean C. Davis 29:46 Alright, thanks for having me, Bryan. Bryan Robinson 29:48 Thanks again to our guest and thanks to everyone out there listening to each new episode. If you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave a review rating star heart favorite whatever it is in your podcast app of choice. Until next time, keep doing amazing things on the web. And remember, keep things jammy Intro/outtro music by bensound.com Support That's my JAMstack by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/thats-my-jamstack

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

In this Hasty Treat, Wes and Scott talk about Package-lock, Angular, package updates, how to learn, and media servers on planes. Sponsor - Sanity Sanity.io is a real-time headless CMS with a fully customizable Content Studio built in React. Get a Sanity powered site up and running in minutes at sanity.io/create. Get an awesome supercharged free developer plan on sanity.io/syntax. Sponsor - LogRocket LogRocket lets you replay what users do on your site, helping you reproduce bugs and fix issues faster. It's an exception tracker, a session re-player and a performance monitor. Get 14 days free at logrocket.com/syntax. Show Notes 00:54 Luks of the past 03:19 Sponsor: Sanity 04:26 Sponsor: LogRocket 05:04 Has package-lock.json ever saved your bacon? 08:27 Why do you not talk about Angular? 11:28 How do you handle package updates? Wes Bos tweet on npm-update 17:43 How do you keep learning in your career? 21:02 How does the movie selection work on planes? Emby Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

Tactical Living
E426 The Number One Secret To Keeping Your Sanity

Tactical Living

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 10:40


Have you ever wondered where your sanity comes from?    I'm not talking about the times when the rubber meets the road...I'm talking about what makes you the acceptable human being that you are.    In today's episode, Detective Clint Walton and Coach Ashlie Walton discuss how you even have your sanity in the first place...as well as what you can do to make sure that it's always in check.    Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit that subscribe button and share your thoughts in a review. If you or someone you know may be a fit to be a guest on our show, please reach out to us! Balance. Optimize. Tactics.  Hit that subscribe button so that you don't miss a day of the added value that I am dedicated to sharing with you weekly.  Let's Connect!  Facebook  Instagram  Email: ashliewalton555@gmail.com  LinkedIn  Website: www.leowarriors.com

No Sanity Required
No Sanity Stories | Living Boldly for Christ as a Pro Athlete

No Sanity Required

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 54:06


Katie Cousins is a pro soccer player who just signed to play with the Angel City Football Club. Katie also works at Snowbird in-between seasons. She is a long-time friend of Brody and SWO, so we wanted to check in during this exciting season. Brody sat down with her to discuss how she uses her gifts as a platform for ministry, to bring glory to Jesus. Pray that the Lord would use her to impact those she connects with through her new opportunity. Resources:Angel City Football ClubP.S. If you liked this episode, we'd love to hear your feedback! Please leave us a review on Apple or Spotify and help us get the content out to help others grow in their faith and mission to equip the Church.Want to go deeper? Join the Snowbird Newsletter and get our list of favorite books! Learn more about our student and adult conferences at https://www.swoutfitters.com/==================================================Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters exists to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the exposition of Scripture and personal relationships in order to equip the Church to impact this generation.

The Marx Brothers Council Podcast
42 “The Sanity Clauses”

The Marx Brothers Council Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 79:35


Two Jews and an Brit celebrate Christmas and ring in the new year with our Marx Brothers hot takes! We like a film that most don't, dis a famous artist, and suggest changes that will make you dance barefoot in our lemonade. And as a special treat, Noah tells how he risked his sanity and marriage to prepare for this episode. So, if you want to hear well-developed opinions combined with half-baked ideas, you've come to the right place! Name dropped in this episode: Richard Pryor, Rudolf Nureyev, Danny Kaye

Trucker Tom's Podcast
2094 Get Your Sanity Back and Keep It

Trucker Tom's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 46:12


2094 Get Your Sanity Back and Keep It             !function(r,u,m,b,l,e){r._Rumble=b,r[b]||(r[b]=function(){(r[b]._=r[b]._||[]).push(arguments);if(r[b]._.length==1){l=u.createElement(m),e=u.getElementsByTagName(m)[0],l.async=1,l.src="https://rumble.com/embedJS/u8boen"+(arguments[1].video?'.'+arguments[1].video:'')+"/?url="+encodeURIComponent(location.href)+"&args="+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify([].slice.apply(arguments))),e.parentNode.insertBefore(l,e)}})}(window, document, "script", "Rumble"); Rumble("play", {"video":"vorhnp","div":"rumble_vorhnp"});

In Search of Sanity
15 Minutes In Search of Sanity

In Search of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 19:08


Mark and Clive explore the issues around the progressive policy of forgiving all student debt. Looking at the numbers, the implication is that the cohort who will benefit most are white graduates from the elite universities. Is that 'progressive' or just another form of 'white privilege'? On face value it does seem hypocritical. Is there a fairer way or is it unfair to future graduates and the nation as a whole to forgive debt in the first place? 

Sound of Sanity
A Christmas request

Sound of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 3:43


Help us out this Christmas by praying for our work and giving here. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Motivation For Moms
Mental Sanity During The Holidays

Motivation For Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 34:41


Apply for Breakthrough 12-Week Coaching at www.themamamiracle.com/breakthrough Join our Motivated Moms Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/motivationformomspodcast Get a free copy of my Daily Scheduling Template Worksheet at www.themamamiracle.com/schedule Join my 21-Day Planner Challenge at https://www.themamamiracle.com/offers/LARqKsLy Need a miracle to get you out of a rut? Grab my free worksheet, The Mama Miracle, just go to www.themamamiracle.com (Click on the banner at the top, and put in your best name and email address to have it sent directly to your inbox immediately, just check your spam folder!) Follow me on Instagram, take a screenshot of this podcast and post it to your IG stories or feed, and I'll give you a shout-out! www.instagram.com/saramuender

The Brink of Sanity
Episode 377: Interview with Fred Joyal

The Brink of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 74:59


Marc and Jay talk with Fred Joyal - https://twitter.com/fredjoyal, author of Superbold: From Under-Confident to Charismatic in 90 Days. We talk about tips for building confidence, dating during Covid, doing standup and improv, going on a vision quest and much more

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman
'BradCast' 12/21/2021: (The Year Without a Sanity Clause)

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 58:00


Failing Motherhood
Mom Rage with Jessie Ereddia

Failing Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 46:01


Jessie Ereddia is a life coach who helps angry moms manage their emotions. In this episode, she shares her own journey of navigating postpartum rage, how she learned how to manage her anger + anxiety, and 3 powerful thoughts to cling to.#1 - I have options.#2 - This has everything to do with them and nothing to do with me.#3 - I'm not failing. I'm simply a woman experiencing things physically + emotionally and there are actual solutions.How do anxiety + rage interconnect?Managing your ANGER begins with managing your ANXIETY.This is not anything about your identity. This is about what's going on in your mind.Jessie has a unique process for equipping moms to become empowered. She and her husband Grant are in the thick of parenthood with their three young daughters and reside in Atlanta, GA.// CONNECT WITH JESSIE //Instagram: @jessieereddiaJessieEreddia.comJOIN Wholeheartedly CALM - Starts January 3rd, 2022www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/group//SCHEDULE YOUR SANITY + SOLUTIONS CALL//FREE No-obligation zoom for more info-https://wholeheartedly.as.me/callMore details on my Sanity & Solutions 5-S Framework -www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/coachingCHAOS TO CALM: FREE Recorded Masterclasswww.parentingwholeheartedly.com/masterclassI believe in you & I'm cheering you on.Come say hi!  I'm @parent_wholeheartedly on Insta.Join Danielle's Parenting Wholeheartedly community on Facebook.Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Write a Review & Share with a friend!Join Danielle's Parenting Wholeheartedly community on Facebook.Follow Wholeheartedly on Instagram or Facebook.Support the show (https://www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/community)

Will & Amala LIVE
How Mainstream Media DESTROYS Our Freedom & Sanity 12/20/21

Will & Amala LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 54:25


On today's show, Will & Amala react to an alarming Academy of Ideas video entitled “Is the Mainstream Media a Threat to Freedom and Sanity?” Plus we take your questions for Dear Will & Amala!

The Brink of Sanity
Episode 376: A New Game and 5 Pranks

The Brink of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 70:11


Marc and Jay play a new game where Marc has 3 stories and Jay has to pick the fake one. We also come up with 5 pranks we'd play on each other if we had a million dollar budget.

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Potluck - enums, WASM, Lighthouse, Redirects

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 58:02


In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes answer your questions on a Potluck episode of Syntax. Sanity - Sponsor Sanity.io is a real-time headless CMS with a fully customizable Content Studio built in React. Get a Sanity powered site up and running in minutes at sanity.io/create. Get an awesome supercharged free developer plan on sanity.io/syntax. Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what's happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry's Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faster, and optimize their code health. Cut your time on error resolution from hours to minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners new to Sentry can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code TASTYTREAT during sign up. Linode - Sponsor Whether you're working on a personal project or managing enterprise infrastructure, you deserve simple, affordable, and accessible cloud computing solutions that allow you to take your project to the next level. Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode's Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and scale your modern applications faster and easier. Get started on Linode today with a $100 in free credit for listeners of Syntax. You can find all the details at linode.com/syntax. Linode has 11 global data centers and provides 24/7/365 human support with no tiers or hand-offs regardless of your plan size. In addition to shared and dedicated compute instances, you can use your $100 in credit on S3-compatible object storage, Managed Kubernetes, and more. Visit linode.com/syntax and click on the “Create Free Account” button to get started. Show Notes 02:07 Google Chrome to start measuring user experience beyond the completion of page load 05:47 How can I ensure that I am executing npm commands safely? 07:58 How should I prefix booleans? 09:46 How do I decide between using an enum vs a union type in Typescript 13:40 What is Web Assembly? 18:34 Sponsor: Sanity 19:45 what happened to Scott using Linux? PopOS 22:44 Sponsor: Linode 23:57 How do you batch requests in nodejs to an api? 26:15 What are micro-frontends? 29:55 Sponsor: Sentry 31:16 Since Astro seems so amazing, aren't you tempted to rebuild your site now in Astro instead of Sveltekit? Astro 33:04 Can you please shed some light on redirects in express/ koa? 36:41 How do deal with ADHD? 41:52 Should I repeat the name of the issue in the commit message or just "Resolves #$issue-number"? 44:21 Do browsers update automatically? 47:52 What do you do when working on a big project? 49:55 Can you guys help to breakdown and explain jargons and differences of RPC, REST, gRPC, GraphQL? 53:25 How to ask a question 53:42 Sick Picks 56:17 Shamless plugs ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Scott: Satechi 3-in-1 Magnetic Wireless Charging Stand Wes: The Always Sunny podcast Shameless Plugs Scott: Astro Course Wes: All Courses Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

Go-To Gal with Jaclyn Mellone
Are Digital Products Still Working? A Deep Dive with Monica Froese

Go-To Gal with Jaclyn Mellone

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 49:00


Episode #204. Digital products have been around a long time, but are they here to stay? Monica Froese helps women build six-figure businesses from digital products, so it's safe to say the answer is yes.In this episode, you'll find out how to get started in digital products without overwhelming yourself, what the heck is possible with a business model that includes digital products, and how to set up digital products for your sanity and the service of your audience. In This Episode You'll Learn:Why digital products are here to stay and how to create your solutionWhere to set boundaries with your support of one-time payment offersHow to get into digital products without overwhelming yourselfThe key to choosing a platform for advertising your digital product How to get the feedback you need to improve your digital offerFavorite Quotes“Digital products aren't a trend. They're the wave of the future because it's not like fewer people are going to be coming on the internet.” “When someone's new to digital products, they usually think they don't know anything anyone will pay money for or they know too much on their topic to distill down into something that would cost $27. What I teach is, you want to be building your audience and getting paid for it.”“People want to learn from someone that's just one or two steps ahead of them. They're not looking for that foremost expert. Most people want to buy from someone who's relatable on the topic.”Discussed on the Show:Monica's Free Digital Product TrainingMore about Monica:Monica is a digital product coach for women business owners and host of the popular podcast, Empowered Business. She has an MBA degree in finance and marketing and runs two brands Redefining Mom, a site for helping women thrive in both motherhood and business, and Empowered Business, where she's committed to empowering 1000 women to earn $100,000 through digital products.She spent 11 years working for a Fortune 100 company running multi-million dollar marketing campaigns with large brands like Microsoft and HP. Now she provides online marketing education to small businesses that are looking to build a profitable revenue stream through digital products through her online courses and podcast.Find Monica:WebsiteFacebookInstagramPodcast

Sound of Sanity
Woke funeral homes?

Sound of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 29:34


Our heroes discuss woke funeral homes, and progressivism coming for your death as well as your life. They reference this article.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

No Sanity Required
No Sanity Stories | Addiction, Abuse, & Redemption pt. 2

No Sanity Required

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 34:25


You are no longer a victim, but a conqueror in Christ. Shannon Bailey shares the rest of her testimony in this episode. She goes from a place of addiction and defiance to glorifying the Lord with her life. Her testimony is a success story of Gospel redemption in addiction and abuse. Resources:Vision of HopeP.S. If you liked this episode, we'd love to hear your feedback! Please leave us a review on Apple or Spotify and help us get the content out to help others grow in their faith and mission to equip the Church.Want to go deeper? Join the Snowbird Newsletter and get our list of favorite books! Learn more about our student and adult conferences at https://www.swoutfitters.com/==================================================Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters exists to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the exposition of Scripture and personal relationships in order to equip the Church to impact this generation.

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H3 – Dec 8 2021

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 44:53


Doing the Fauciite math: Six shots could do it? Clay nominates the hottest prime minister in the history of democratic republics. Senator Steve Daines on the vote against Biden's mandate. Poll: Hispanic voters breaking big for Republicans. Ten Seconds of Sanity from Ron DeSantis. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

In this Hasty Treat, Wes and Scott talk about Meta Tags. Sponsor - Sanity Sanity.io is a real-time headless CMS with a fully customizable Content Studio built in React. Get a Sanity powered site up and running in minutes at sanity.io/create. Get an awesome supercharged free developer plan on sanity.io/syntax. Sponsor - Sentry If you want to know what's happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry's Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faster, and optimize their code health. Cut your time on error resolution from hours to minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners new to Sentry can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code TASTYTREAT during sign up. Show Notes 00:25 Welcome Syntax 379 - The Link Tag 01:24 Sponsor: Sanity 02:50 Sponsor: Sentry 04:28 What are Meta Tags? 05:01 What is charset? 07:41 The viewport tag That's a Nice Touch on TikTok 10:25 SEO and page data 12:03 Browser display tags 14:20 Dead tags 16:24 Robot tags 17:53 Adult ratings tag 18:18 Google site verification tags Google Verification tags 19:35 Open Graph social tags Facebook Meta tags Open Graph 22:54 Generator tag 25:54 http-equiv tag http equiv 27:20 Apple specific tags Apple specific tags Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets