Some people say we're all in the same boat; others say no, but we're all in the same storm. Wherever you choose to focus the granularity of your inquiry, one thing is certain: we are all embedded in, acting on, and being acted upon by the same nested networks. Our fates are intertwined, but our destinies diverge like weather forecasts, hingeing on small variations in contingency: the circumstances of our birth, the changing contexts of our lives. Seen through a complex systems science lens, the problem of unfairness — in economic opportunity, in health care access, in susceptibility to a pandemic — stays wicked. But the insights therein could steer society toward a much better future, or at least help mitigate the worst of what we're left to deal with now. This is where the rubber meets the road — where quantitative models of the lung could inform economic policy, and research into how we make decisions influences who survives the complex crises of this decade.Welcome to COMPLEXITY, the official podcast of the Santa Fe Institute. I'm your host, Michael Garfield, and every other week we'll bring you with us for far-ranging conversations with our worldwide network of rigorous researchers developing new frameworks to explain the deepest mysteries of the universe.This week on Complexity, in a conversation recorded on December 9th 2021, we speak with SFI External Professors Kathy Powers, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico, and Melanie Moses, Director of the Moses Biological Computation Lab at the University of New Mexico. In the first part of a conversation that — like COVID itself — will not be contained, and spends much of its time visiting the poor and under-represented, we discuss everything from how the network topology of cities shapes the outcome of an outbreak to how vaccine hesitancy is a path-dependent trust fail anchored in the history of oppression. Melanie and Kathy offer insights into how to fix the vaccine rollout, how better scientific models can protect the vulnerable, and how — with the help of complex systems thinking — we may finally be able to repair the structural inequities that threaten all of us, one boat or many. Subscribe for Part Two in two weeks!If you value our research and communication efforts, please subscribe to Complexity Podcast wherever you prefer to listen, rate and review us at Apple Podcasts, and/or consider making a donation at santafe.edu/give. Please also be aware of our new SFI Press book, The Complex Alternative, which gathers over 60 complex systems research points of view on COVID-19 (including those from this show) — and that PhD students are now welcome to apply for our tuitionless (!) Summer 2022 SFI GAINS residential program in Vienna. Learn more at SFIPress.org and SantaFe.edu/Gains, respectively. Thank you for listening!Join our Facebook discussion group to meet like minds and talk about each episode.Podcast theme music by Mitch Mignano.Follow us on social media:Twitter • YouTube • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedInRelated Reading & Listening:A Model For A Just COVID-19 Vaccination ProgramLegacies of Harm, Social Mistrust & Political Blame Impede A Robust Societal Response to The Evolving COVID-19 PandemicHow To Fix The Vaccine RolloutModels That Protect The VulnerableComplexities in Repair for Harm (Kathy's SFI Seminar)How a coastline 100 million years ago influences modern election results in Alabama @ Reddit
An encore presentation of one of the top episodes of 2021. Bestselling author Julia Cameron joins Rhett from her home in Santa Fe to talk about channeling creativity during the pandemic, what it means to ‘step past your inner censor' and why her book, The Artist's Way, caught on. Julia tells Rhett about the critic that's been with her since she was 18, and what she learned when she decided to become a teacher.Wheels Off is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and produced by Rhett Miller. Co-produced by Kirsten Cluthe in partnership with Nick Ruffini (Revoice Media). Editing by Justin Thomas. Production Assistance by Matt Bavuso. Music by OLD 97's. Episode artwork by Katherine Boils. Show logo by Tim Skirven. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Meredith are discussing: Bookish Moments: home library wins and reading your shelves Current Reads: mystery and fantasy and parenting and romance and family drama, we're running the reading gauntlet Deep Dive: setting goals for 2022 in our personal, podcast, and Patreon spaces Book Presses: a backlist gem and a retelling of a classic As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Amazon affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 0:30 - Currently Reading Patreon 2:00 - Bookish Moment of the Week 4:15 - Thriftbooks 6:33 - Current Reads 7:00 - Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner (Meredith) 12:34 - The Seed Keeper by Diane Wilson (Kaytee) 13:29 - Collected Works Bookstore in Santa Fe, NM 14:24 - The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg (Meredith) 17:28 - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens 19:08 - Social Justice Parenting by Dr. Traci Baxley (Kaytee) 22:03 - Four Hundred Souls by Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain 22:04 - Stamped From The Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi 22:35 - A Line to Kill by Anthony Horowitz (Meredith) 26:22 - The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood (Kaytee) 27:03 - Breath by James Nestor 30:01 - Deep Dive: Our Reading Goals for 2022 35:23 - Currently Reading Patreon 40:30 - Tag potential guests on our Instagram Currently Reading 43:15 - Books We'd Like to Press Into Your Hands 43:35 - Fabled Bookshop 43:56 - The Ghost Writer by John Harwood (Meredith) 45:08 - The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield 45:41 - Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier 46:53 - Pride by Ibi Zoboi (Kaytee) 47:05 - Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram email@example.com Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast
Welcome to episode 18 of season two and thank you so much for listening. As you have probably heard, our show is an enlightened space for riders and horse owners of all disciplines to learn best practices and to discover ways to better connect with their horses. Plus, we like to feel safe and have fun. And speaking of feeling safe and having fun, we're doing a series of clinics this year with Jec, Amy Skinner, and Katrin Silva. The three Cayuse Collaborative Clinics feature these talented horsewomen helping students of all disciplines. The first one is in Santa Fe next month and then later in the year in North Carolina and California. Hope to see you there! For this episode, Jec visits with Amy Skinner for a Coaches' Corner. They discuss socialization for horses. This topic includes ideas around taking a horse from his buddies as well as getting along with other horses on a ride or in a clinic, for instance. Barn sourness is often labelled as a vice, but I like to consider it an opportunity to make some progress and to expand a horse's comfort zone. After all, horses are meant to be in a herd. That is where they have evolved over millennia and that's where they feel safest. Do you have a bunch of strategies for working with a horse who's fussing a bit when leaving the barn? How big is that compartment of your horsemanship toolbox? We thank Lucerne Farms for their sustaining sponsorship. Lucerne is a forage company based in northern Maine. Forage is chopped hay, an excellent option when you can't have your horse on pasture or when you need to add calories and nutrients to your horses' diet. Got questions? Email us. Got stories to share? Email us. We thank Kate's Real Food and Patagonia Workwear for their continued support and we welcome back Redmond Equine. Redmond, based in Utah, has several simple, superior products for your horses, like rock salt and clay for digestion. Buy some rocks on rope from Redmond, check out the new flavors at Kate's and check out the WorkWear sales. Please follow these brands and buy their stuff as they support us and what we're doing. Thanks for listening y'all!
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambiantes en la era del distanciamiento social, que destaca las afinidades universales en esta experiencia humana mundial.La edición Argentina presentada por el periodista Sergio Cohen convoca a invitados con enfoque en América Latina y comunidades de habla hispana alrededor del mundo. The Quarantine Tapes se emite los días de semana a las 9.30 PT en DUBLAB.com; a partir de las 12 pm PT está disponible en todas las plataformas de podcasts. The Quarantine Tapes Argentina transmite todos los Jueves a las 9.30 PST en DUBLAB.comNo pudo escuchar la transmisión en vivo? Escúchela como podcast en quarantinetapes.comEn esta ocasión, el reconocido cantante y actor Raúl Lavié se suma a “Las cintas de la cuarentena” Argentina invitado por Sergio Cohen. Mediante un diálogo afable y cordial los protagonistas de este nuevo episodio se disponen a analizar los difíciles avatares que trajo consigo la presencia la actual pandemia que tanto daño sigue causando en el mundo. La conversación exhibe con elocuencia la templaza que el invitado ha sabido mantener frente a las inéditas circunstancias que le tocó enfrentar, pero que no lograron doblegar su espíritu y su irrefrenable deseo de llevar adelante con pasión su vocación, que abrazó hace más de medio siglo. La agradable charla, rica en anécdotas, recorre la extensa trayectoria del invitado, desde sus inicios hasta el presente, sin pasar por alto su vínculo con Ástor Piazzolla y Placido Domingo; sus giras internacionales en las que hizo brillar al tango con su voz y sus singulares interpretaciones que, sin duda, constituyen un valioso legado para las nuevas generaciones de artistas. Estos son apenas algunos de los temas por los que circuló este encuentro que se selló con un amoroso deseo para el futuro que se avecina. Raúl Lavié nació Álvarez, Santa Fe, el 22 de agosto de 1937. Es cantante y actor. A fines de los ‘50 debutó en radio El Mundo e ingresó en la orquesta de Héctor Varela. Cantó en El Club del Clan. Realizó varias giras por Latinoamérica, Europa y EE.UU. con “Tango Argentino” y cinco viajes a Japón. Grabó con Ástor Piazzolla. En cine, actuó en más de 30 películas. En teatro, protagonizó: “Martín Fierro”, “Annie”, “Hello Dolly”, “El hombre de la Mancha”, “Zorba” y “Víctor Victoria”, entre otras. Trabajó en televisión. Fue nominado 5 veces para el Premio Tony en Broadway. Recibió los premios: “Estrella de Mar”, “Martín Fierro”, “Carlos Gardel” y “ACE” de Oro. Fue distinguido con el título de visitante ilustre de Los Ángeles, Tokio, y Ciudadano Ilustre en Buenos Aires, Chubut, Mar del Plata, Bariloche y Rosario. Obtuvo el Konex de Platino en 1995 y en 2005. Actualmente protagoniza como cantante el show musical “Piazzolla Inmortal” que reúne las canciones emblemáticas del reconocido músico y compositor argentino.Sergio Cohen Pjaseczny nació en Buenos Aires en 1961. Es Licenciado en Periodismo y Comunicaciones. En 1982 comenzó a incursionar en distintos medios. En estos cuarenta años de trayectoria llevó adelante distintas tareas periodísticas en los más diversos campos de la profesión, especializándose en el manejo de la entrevista. Fue profesor universitario. Participó en más de treinta revistas y ocho diarios, trabajó en emisoras radiales de AM y FM y se desempeñó en diferentes puestos en programa televisivos. Es guionista humorístico, autor y compositor. Editó dos libros de poesía “Algo que decir” y “Los Testaferros de Dios”. Escribió el guión del largometraje “Tango y política” y, en estos momentos, se encuentra concluyendo su cuarto trabajo discográfico. Actualmente, se desempeña en Diario Popular – tercer periódico en ventas de la Argentina en el que se desarrolla desde hace treinta y dos años – donde está a cargo de una sección en la que reportea a personalidades que representan a las más variadas disciplinas artísticas y culturales del país. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Este podcast puede ser subscripto en apple podcast, simplecast, spotify o cualquier otro medio como escuche sus podcasts. Para ver otros podcasts producidos por dublab visite: dublab.com/podcasts.
Hello Well Women, on the show this month, and happy new year. I decided it's a perfect time to re-run this episode all about your own personal truth. Jen Sincero, author of You Are a Badass and featured speaker for SCORE Women's Conference in Santa Fe on September 25th, about her journey and how to re-write your story and find your truth in order to achieve success. On the show you'll learn: - How Jen became a success coach when she herself was a "trainwreck" - What causes Jen is focusing on during her philanthropic work - What Jen thinks makes a good leader All the information shared today can be found at the show notes at wellwomanlife.com/274show The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy™ at wellwomanlife.com/academy. Support this podcast
In today's episode, @bbinkacademy shares advice on how to offer different financing options for your clients, whether it be financing for a training or a service. From in-house financing to bank financing to third-party options, Sonya covers it all! You don't want to miss this! Meet Sonya: Sonya Gonzales is the owner of BBINK ACADEMY in Tempe Arizona. Sonya grew up in a small town nestled in the mountains of beautiful Santa Fe, NM. At a young age she was drawn to everything beauty. In 2014 Sonya moved to Phoenix Arizona which allowed her to follow her dream of opening up her own PMU studio. From a 100sq ft studio to a now 4000 sqft studio she now has 7 other PMU artists, an esthetician and a nurse injector all working with her. Sonya has being doing PMU for 8 years and has received countless advanced PMU certifications from well-known international master trainers all over the globe. She has amassed an abundance of PMU experience, both as an artist and as a trainer. Sonya's Academy is in Tempe, Arizona. It is the only academy in the state of Arizona that offers a 30 day apprenticeship program to provide hands on mentorship and create Diamond Artists. Sonya wants to change the direction of PMU training platform to embrace hands on apprenticeship and guidance to create elite Artists. Where she will mentor new and existing artists, while driving them forward. The academy gives them ALL the tools they need and the belief to become not only successful artists but successful Business people. Sonya does not believe in the binary definitions of 'teacher' and 'student'. She believes good teachers should always consider themselves as students, as it is arrogant to believe you cannot learn from others - no matter how good you are. So, do not be surprised if you turn your head at your next conference or class and see Sonya sitting next to you! DM and find her on Instagram: @bbinkacademy
======================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1======================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA ADOLESCENTES 2022“UN SALTO EN EL TIEMPO”Narrado por: DORIANY SÁNCHEZDesde: PERÚUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 06 DE ENEROEL HOMBRE DE LA MONTANA«¡Esforzaos y cobrad ánimo! No temáis ni tengáis miedo de ellos, porque Jehová, tu Dios, es el que va contigo; no te dejará, ni te desamparará »(Deuteronomio 31: 6, RV95).En este día, en 1799, nació uno de los exploradores más audaces de la historia estadounidense. Jedediah Smith era un cazador, trampero, explorador y La montañero sin igual. Durante su corta vida, exploró una enorme zona del Lejano Oeste. Luchó contra nativos hostiles, se enfrentó a ventiscas imposibles y se abrió paso a duras penas por escarpados precipicios montañosos. Perdió una oreja y estuvo a punto de perder la vida en repetidas ocasiones. Una vez, un oso pardo de las Colinas Negras lo vio, se abalanzó sobre él y le clavó sus enormes garras. Para cuando Jedediah tenía treinta años, se había salvado por los pelos decenas de veces en sus viajes de ida y vuelta por el Oeste americano.Pero Jedediah hizo algo más que sobrevivir a los increíbles riesgos de su vida extrema. Entre los nuevos norteamericanos y la costa occidental del continente se alzaba la majestuosidad de las Montañas Rocosas. Elevándose por encima de los colonos que buscaban oro y aventuras, los escarpados y aparentemente infranqueables picos nevados de estas montañas perforaban la cúpula azul que se arqueaba sobre el naciente país. Superando las tensas relaciones entre los colonos y los nativos americanos, Jedediah consiguió de los indios Crow un mapa hecho sobre piel de ciervo y arena. Con ese mapa y con la ayuda de sus nuevos amigos, descubrió el Paso del Sur, una abertura a través de las montañas que se convirtió en una supercarretera del siglo XIX, que llevaba a los colonos a la última frontera.En 1830, Jedediah decidió finalmente retirarse de su peligroso oficio y se dedicó a la venta de productos secos y otras mercancías. Pero su nueva vida resultó ser más peligrosa que la de explorador. Mientras lideraba una caravana de comerciantes a lo largo del Camino de Santa Fe en 1831, fue asesinado por un grupo de guerreros comanches. Tenía solo treinta y dos años.Aunque la misión de Dios para ti no incluir atravesar tormentas de nieve ni ser atacado por osos pardos, ante ti se presenta la oportunidad de aventura, así como las Montañas Rocosas se presentó ante Jedediah Smith. Tu misión puede estar en un país lejano, o puede estar donde sea que te encuentres. Lo importante no es el lugar, sino el corazón: Así que toma ese mosquete, ponte las raquetas de nieve y adéntrate en la ventisca. El Creador de las Montañas Rocosas irá a tu lado para ayudarte.
On the occasion of the 10th edition of Santa Fe Relocation's Global Mobility Survey, we caught up with John Rason, Group Head of Consulting, Santa Fe Relocation, on the evolution of the global mobility sector in the last decade and especially since COVID-19. His piece of advice: think like a business leader and act like a global mobility professional.
In 2003 Prince Andrew was in Santa Fe, New Mexico on official business in his capacity as trade envoy to discuss increasing trade with New Mexico. He was there for three days...yet there is no record indicating where he stayed while there.The question is...why?(Commercial at 14:12)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10731727/prince-andrew-pictured-with-sex-scandal-governor-amid-concern-he-stayed-at-infamous-epstein-ranch-on-official-visit/
In 2003 Prince Andrew was in Santa Fe, New Mexico on official business in his capacity as trade envoy to discuss increasing trade with New Mexico. He was there for three days...yet there is no record indicating where he stayed while there.The question is...why?(Commercial at 14:12)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10731727/prince-andrew-pictured-with-sex-scandal-governor-amid-concern-he-stayed-at-infamous-epstein-ranch-on-official-visit/
: Episode 2006 - On this holiday Friday episode, Anna Vocino and Vinnie Tortorich wish you a happy New Year, and the two (plus some special guests) talk Dan Fogelberg, Santa Fe, the New Year, and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2021/12/happy-new-year-episode-2006 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS PRE-ORDER BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE Vinnie's new documentary is now available for pre-order on Apple TV (iTunes). This is his third documentary in just over three years. It will be available on January 11th. If you buy it this weekend (Dec 3 - 5), it is available for just $6.99. But this flash sale will end, so order now. Here is the link to the pre-order: Share this link with friends, too! HAPPY NEW YEAR Anna and Vinnie are joined by Loren and Leona/Lois. They talk about Dan Fogelberg songs and Leona's upcoming trip to Santa Fe. Vinnie loves the big spa in Santa Fe. We hope you have a wonderful New Year. Now's the time to dive full in to NSNG® or get right back on the wagon if you've fallen off for the holidays. We'll talk more on resolutions on the Monday show. FAT DOC 2 IS AVAILABLE ON iTUNES and AMAZON Please also share it with family and friends! Buy it and watch it now on iTunes to get it to the top of the charts. We need it to get big for people to see it. Here's the (BLUERAY, DVD, PRIME) (MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE YET ACROSS THE POND). And the And the https://amzn.to/3rxHuB9 PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO REVIEW the film AFTER YOU WATCH! FAT DOC 1 IS ALSO OUT Go watch it now! We need people to buy and review for it to stay at the top of iTunes pages. Available for both rental and purchase. You can also buy hardcopy or watch online at Amazon. YOU CAN NOW STREAM FOR FREE ON AMAZON PRIME IF YOU HAVE IT! RESOURCES Https://www.vinnietortorich.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.co.uk Https://www.purecoffeeclub.com Https://www.bit.ly/fatdocumentary
Issac brings a year of The Brightness to a close as he celebrates the holidays in the great city of LA where where the police have admitted that they can't protect you anymore. A trip to Santa Fe gives Issac a newfound appreciation for breathing fresh air. Are you also obsessed with the Air Quality Index? (8:32) Did I Issac get back on dating app? No. Really? What happened??? Go through profiles with him...live! (19:05) Finally, a hack for your New Years Resolution that will set you up for the success you deserve in 22. (39:35)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/issacbright)
La lucha contra focos de incendios forestales continúa varias provincias de Argentina, combate que lleva casi un mes, en medio de las altas temperaturas y las sequías. Las últimas semanas de la primavera austral y los primeros días del verano mantienen condiciones meteorológicas adversas, tales como "el calor, los vientos cambiantes y la sequía", según una declaración del Ministerio de Ambiente del 26 de diciembre. Por el momento no se han reportado muertos ni heridos y tampoco evacuados. Las zonas más afectadas desde comienzos de diciembre están en la sureña Patagonia, donde las llamas han consumido miles de hectáreas de bosque nativo, incluso de la valiosa especie de las araucarias. “Se están quemando alrededor de 4000 hectáreas, el 90% de estas hectáreas son bosques nativos, como araucarias, ñiles y lengas”, dice a RFI Gabriel Alamo, Intendente de la municipalidad de Aluminé, en la provincia de Neuquén (Patagonia). “Las plantas tienen cientos de años. La pérdida del patrimonio natural que tenemos en este incendio es imposible de evaluarla. En estos momentos los habitantes no están afectados porque son campos donde los productores llevan sus animales para que pasen el verano, pero no es zona poblada. La zona que se está quemando no tiene comunidades cercanas, por lo menos eso es algo que nos deja un poco más tranquilo. Los lugares que la gente visita, como los lagos, los ríos y todos los centros de servicio, no están afectados por el incendio. Tampoco corren riesgo de decir que los turistas podrían llegar hasta aquí sin ningún problema”. Las sureñas Río Negro, Chubut y Neuquén, la norteña Misiones y Entre Ríos, al centro-este, "son las cinco provincias que registran focos activos" de fuego. El fuego y la humareda pueden divisarse en bosques no muy lejanos de centros turísticos como lago Aluminé, lago Nahuel Huapi y ciudad de Bariloche, vecinos de la cordillera de Los Andes, a unos 1.600 km al sudoeste de Buenos Aires. “Las condiciones son favorables para la preparación porque además de los vientos se suman las altas temperaturas: 30 grados centígrados en promedio, que para estas regiones es una temperatura muy elevada”, dice Alamo. “Además, como venimos transitando un año de mucha sequía, los campos están secos. La topografía es compleja. Para acceder recién para el día 31 de diciembre esperamos que las temperaturas bajen y en el primero tenemos probabilidad de lluvia, así que ahí podríamos empezar a torcer este combate contra el fuego. Hoy tenemos en el terreno alrededor de 200 personas. A esto hay que sumarle toda la gente que acompaña la logística. También se sumaron propietarios y trabajadores de los campos vecinos. Muy importante el aporte de las comunidades mapuche, de los pueblos originarios de la Patagonia. Se combate con autobombas. También se utilizan máquinas para hacer cortafuegos, aviones hidrantes y helicópteros que también están tirando agua.” En cambio, "los focos fueron controlados en las provincias de Buenos Aires (centro-este), Santa Fe (centro-este) y Tierra del Fuego (extremo austral)", se indicó en el informe del Ministerio de Ambiente. Los brigadistas y bomberos actúan con apoyo de aviones hidrantes y helicópteros del estatal Sistema Nacional de Manejo del Fuego. Con AFP.
[include file=get-in-itunes.html]If you're suffering from cancer, heart disease, skin issues, diabetes or a host of any other ailments this is a great show to listen to. Dr. Mark Sircus is truly a wonderful man doing amazing work. At the heart of his protocols are magnesium, sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and iodine. Did you know that you can prevent just about all major diseases for just dollars a day using his cutting edge therapies and protocols? He's on the cutting edge and we love to support people like him. Please listen to this interview and pass it on to your friends! Please "Like" it on Facebook and do whatever you can to help spread the message of hope to people! I would be very grateful. :) After you listen, comment below and tell us what you think! We discuss the following and so much more: How hemp oil/cannabis can help people heal & how to LEGALLY get some! What specific brands of magnesium, sodium bicarbonate and iodine to use Specific ways to use each of these different substances for your particular situation How a lack of key nutrients is at the cause of diseases A special announcement about his upcoming books and brand new website! Prevent and reverse disease for pennies per day. Learn what & where to buy these natural substances. - Click to tweet this! - Get Notified:[ois skin="Show Page2"] - Please Subscribe: Subscribe To Our Radio Show For Updates! - Other Shows:[include file=show-links.html] | All Shows With This Guest - Show Date:10/24/2012 - Show Guest:Dr. Mark Sircus - Guest Info:Dr. Mark Sircus, one of the most prolific writers in medicine, holds the honorary title of doctor of Oriental medicine and was one of the first nationally certified acupuncturists in the United States. He was trained in acupuncture and oriental medicine at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Santa Fe, N.M., and in the School of Traditional Medicine of New England in Boston. He served at the Central Public Hospital of Pochutla, in Mexico. Dr. Sircus is the director of the International Medical Veritas Association (IMVA), which is advocating radical changes in orthodox medicine. Read More... - Topic:Cancer, Heart Disease, Sodium Bicarbonate, Iodine, Magnesium, Natural Healing - Guest Website(s): http://www.imva.info http://blog.imva.info/ http://publications.imva.info http://www.drsircus.com (Coming soon!) (Guest Social Links Below. Please Follow Them!) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/drsircus https://www.facebook.com/InternationalMedicalVeritasAssociation Twitter https://twitter.com/drmarksircus Youtube http://www.youtube.com/IMVAPublications - Guest Product(s):Click Below To Checkout The Products While Listening! :) - Items Mentioned: Rick Simpson - Phoenix Tears - Hemp Oil/Cancer Breathing Machine For Breath Work Legal Cannabis Products High Quality Nebulizers - Connect:Discuss This Episode With Others - Duration/Size:01:01:26 / 56.25 MB - Rate: Rate This Guest! - Rate This Show:[ratings] - Download:Right Click To Download - Donate: (Opens in a new window - Every bit helps us to keep delivering even better shows that help you heal & thrive!) - Support & Share :) Copy and paste the following HTML code into any web page. Or you can grab a badge! Interview with Dr. Mark Sircus on natural healing protocols - Video Version:Full Youtube Interview (Opens in a new window) Youtube Time - Follow Us!:Please consider ReTweeting the following update to share this episode...Learn how to treat, prevent and overcome almost all disease with controversial info from Dr. Mark Sircus!extremehealthradio.com/26— Extreme Health Radio (@ehrshow) October 24, 2012 -
In the final part of my 3 part series on the Zorro Ranch and Santa Fe I finish up with my trip to the Santa Fe Institute and what part it played in Epstein's move to New Mexico.I also discuss my conversation with source #3 who did some delivery work at the institute and who had some very interesting memories to share with me.Join me as I wrap up my trip to Santa Fe!(Commercial at 14:56)
In the final part of my 3 part series on the Zorro Ranch and Santa Fe I finish up with my trip to the Santa Fe Institute and what part it played in Epstein's move to New Mexico.I also discuss my conversation with source #3 who did some delivery work at the institute and who had some very interesting memories to share with me.Join me as I wrap up my trip to Santa Fe!(Commercial at 14:56)
You can watch this interview here! www.TableRushTalkShow.comMolly loves helping her clients to systemize their work and master the magnetics of marketing so they can experience more freedom and make an even bigger difference. ” She's got courses, coaching, and tarot cards that she's grown into a 6 figure business. She can show you how to create a kick ass lead magnet. ...and all from the comforts of her sprinter van.Molly is the founder of Wild Hearts Rise Up. Creator of Magnetic Influencer Collective. The writer and illustrator of the Wild Hearts Rise Up Oracle deck. And the host of two podcasts. Tactical Magic Podcast. and the Reveal The Game of Life podcast.I love Molly and I always learn so much when I talk to her and come away inspired This conversation was no different and I was blessed to be recording it for all of us to enjoy.We start with her breakthrough moment where she is given clarity on her gift and how she can bring it to the world. And it all starts with a Karen.“And I actually had a moment where I was ready to quit my business. Hmm. I asked my friend, Karen, there are great Karen's in the world, I have to say, Karen, you know, would you just tell me what I'm good at? Because I clearly can't see my strengths myself, like, Would you tell me what the world actually needs for me. And she said, we need your help with that stuff, you have a capacity with creating content and writing copy, and building these systems and using technology that most of us that our coaches and healers don't have figured out and don't want to figure out.”We cover some basics. Dial in your web based calendar/scheduler and start building your email list.How to be powerful with your email list.How to not be slimy with your email list.How to eloquently let your list know that you are moving in a new direction. (she's had to do it a few times herself. And a few times in rapid succession.)Her best strategy to build your email list! Her Free/gift lead magnet that was generating 100 leads a week running a small add to her lead magnet. And see can teach you how to do it.Molly is going to encourage you to charge what your worth for your service.And how to, in my words, fail forward faster! “…the one thing I like to remind people of is, you cannot easily cognate your way to clarity. But if you start testing and trying and exploring and actually putting things out in the world, you will get clearer a lot faster.”And then, in an ode to the original Bitch Slap …The Accelerated Path To Peach Podcast! she tells me about one of her bitch slaps from the universe… Busted down vehicles. Stepping out of the matrix. Redemption with her father! Her list finally bears fruit.It turns out she gets her writing gifts from her mother. Who just happens to be a successful screen writer. And hosts writing retreats on cruise ships to Europe. And who is Molly's biggest supporter and inspiration. And we finish up with the power of personal development work. And she breaks down her favorite books, modalities etc. ENJOY!Administrative: (See episode transcript below)All things Molly Mandelberg!Wild Hearts Rise Up: https://www.wildheartsriseup.com/Magnetic Influencer Collective: https://wildheartsriseup.mykajabi.com/magicWild Hearts Rise Up Oracle deck: https://wildheartsriseup.mykajabi.com/oracle-deck-and-guidebookTactical Magic Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-magic-podcast/id1334995814Reveal The Game of Life podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reveal-the-game-of-life/id1548076235Where she got some of her sales training. Thrive! Academy. https://thrive-academy.com/And Access Consciousness: https://www.accessconsciousness.com/Her quiz: https://go2.bucketquizzes.com/sf/2c4a2f89The books she mentions.“Ask.” Ryan Levesque. Ask: The Counterintuitive Online Formula to Discover Exactly What Your Customers Want to Buy...Create a Mass of Raving Fans...and Take Any Business to the Next Level https://amzn.to/3JhWFr5“Loving What Is” Byron Katie, https://amzn.to/3Fs42tE“Being You, Changing the World”. Dr. Dain Heer. https://amzn.to/3mvIrc5Her quiz course: https://wildheartsriseup.mykajabi.com/quiz-mastery-greenMolly's resource page! https://www.wildheartsriseup.com/offerings/resources/Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript:Mischa Zvegintzov 00:15Well Molly, how are you?Molly Mandelberg 00:17I'm well today Thank you.Mischa Zvegintzov 00:19Molly Mandelberg you are the founder of Wild Hearts Rise Up. Creator of Magnetic Influencer Collective. And you're the writer and illustrator of the Wild Hearts Rise Up Oracle deck. You're the host of two podcasts. Tactical Magic Podcast. which you just interviewed me on for on whatever the other day. which was amazing you just were held so much beautiful space and and at these great times you very eloquently recapped what I said and I was very impressed with that. So thank you very much. And then you've got the Reveal The Game of Life podcast. Is that still in action?Molly Mandelberg 01:03Oh, yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 01:04Okay, fantastic. So you are managing two podcasts?Molly Mandelberg 01:09Yeah. And a business and social life somehow too...Mischa Zvegintzov 01:15...And a business and social life AND which on here I guess we'll get to that... Well, I'll keep going because the best parts coming up I think.Mischa Zvegintzov 01:27After spending years mastering content creation and online marketing, and I'm going to interject here really quick, you, the few times I've got to interact with you.Mischa Zvegintzov 01:33You clearly have the copy and the content creation side of things... very intuitive around that. Very well experienced. When we've been interacting and I've been you know hedging or looking for words you very quickly and eloquently bring up... help frame it in a very cool way. So anyone listening needs to know that about Molly. Aifted and awesome. Mischa Zvegintzov 01:43So as I start creating funnels, there's a great chance Molly will be working on the copy.Molly Mandelberg 02:12Looking forward to it.Mischa Zvegintzov 02:13Yeah. Hopefully. You never know, right? We get to pick our clients too, right? My guess is you're very good at picking your clients and being like, "Yeah, you don't fit Have a good day".Mischa Zvegintzov 02:28Molly finds her bliss in bridging the worlds of heart centered healing and transformation with the practical business strategies of levering leveraging a message into a global movement. You're a certified NLP coach. An Access Consciousness bars facilitator. And a transformational leadership coach. And a full time nomad.Mischa Zvegintzov 02:53Molly works with coaches, healers and conscious leaders to broadcast their messages with ease, so they can reach more people and make more money with less time spent. Hence, you do not mess around that you live by the schedule. She travels the world full time and runs her six figure business out of her self converted Sprinter van time and tiny home. Now, how fun is that?Mischa Zvegintzov 03:20Molly loves helping her clients to systemize their work and master the magnetics of marketing so they can experience more freedom and make an even bigger difference.Mischa Zvegintzov 03:35So how do you do this out of your van? Molly Mandelberg 03:39Yeah, however I feel like it...Molly Mandelberg 03:41I just want to say you said a couple times that I don't mess around. And I want to revisit that and just say "I built my business in such a way that I have time to mess around". So I definitely do have lots of travel and lots of play, and lots of exploring and adventures. And I think when we set our business up the right way, we can have that spaciousness and have that time, which is why being a full time Nomad makes it possible because I have systems set up to support me to do that.Mischa Zvegintzov 04:11Yeah. Tell me about that journey. Have you? Did you come out of the womb like I'm a Systems girl or a systems person?Molly Mandelberg 04:17And I actually had a moment where I was ready to quit my business. Hmm. I asked my friend, Karen, there are great Karen's in the world, I have to say, Karen, you know, would you just tell me what I'm good at? Because I clearly can't see my strengths myself, like, Would you tell me what the world actually needs for me.Molly Mandelberg 04:17I think I've always had a very engineering brain. And I like understanding how things work. And I like putting puzzles together. But it wasn't until really I started my business as a hypnotherapist and immediately started just geeking out on online marketing and trying to understand how how people who don't know me could learn to know me and like me, and trust me. and how I could create content that both adds value to people's lives and also sometimes invites them into my world. And as I started geeking out on that there was a period of time where there was this dissonance of, I just want to build things I just want to make content but If none of it is really landing, and it's not really aligning the business I'm running is not really aligning with who I feel like I'm becoming.Molly Mandelberg 05:26And she said, we need your help with that stuff, you have a capacity with creating content and writing copy, and building these systems and using technology that most of us that are coaches and healers don't have figured out and don't want to figure out. Because we want to keep doing just the healing work that the magic trick that we've mastered, the modalities that we are in love with.Molly Mandelberg 05:50And the words that came out of my mouth where "no one's gonna pay me for that. That's the fun part."Molly Mandelberg 05:54And if you ever hear yourself saying or thinking that that's probably the thing you're meant to be doing.Molly Mandelberg 06:00So what happened over time, is I was going hard into the technology and system development, like realm. That consciousness part of me, the healer that had started a business as a hypnotherapist was feeling under serving, I guess you could say it was feeling left behind. And so it's been a process to synthesize those two. So that's why I say I bridge the world between the heart centered healing and the tactics and strategy to grow business. Because I think both of those are absolutely required to actually level up and to get the success and to reach the people that we want to reach.Molly Mandelberg 06:00Doing the technology and setting up the program. And writing the copy is only part of it. Getting ourselves aligned in such a way that our people can even find us that we take our invisibility cloaks off that we broadcast our light into the world, that we're willing to receive the income and the clients that want to come to us in a big way. That is a key component in this in the growing of a business like this. So I now teach both, I brought in the healing back into my business to help people uncover those limiting beliefs and break through those upper limits. So that they could do both.Molly Mandelberg 06:00And I had...we were at a workshop, when we had this conversation, I had a chance the next day, to give a talk, I had won a challenge, purely through tenacity, not through making money as a speaker, but I'd want to speak or challenge and I got to speak to part of the room. And I changed my talk overnight and made an offer for that basically, helping people develop their content and figure out how to leverage their message to be online. And hopefully, through courses and programs beyond just one on one services. And I made that offer. And I got three clients, which had been the first three clients in many months. So I was really it was a turning point, it felt like a sign from the universe that I'm supposed to go this way now. And those three clients, single sessions led to packages led to referrals. And that was four or five years ago that maybe six years ago, that I made that shift, and it's just expanded and grown.Mischa Zvegintzov 08:07Hmm. So it's almost as if the systemization, the copy creation, is a backdoor into, into Alright, let's look at your limiting beliefsMolly Mandelberg 08:22...or people show up for both now, which is great. Yeah. Yeah, cuz I mean, anyone out there who is an entrepreneur who has tried to share something with the world, you may have noticed that even if you set it up perfectly and do it, right, it doesn't always work. And sometimes that's because we don't believe it will work. Sometimes that's because there's a part of us that's afraid it will work. I think it was who I'm forgetting her name Marianne Williamson that said, we're more afraid of our light than our darkness. Yeah, yeah, we're actually terrified of success. We're terrified of outgrowing our family and friends, and being too big into potent into powerful. And we have to get over that shit if we're actually going to make the difference that we're on this earth to make.Mischa Zvegintzov 09:05Yeah. What do you think? What do you think, is the biggest sticking point there? You'd you see from your clients? Like, what's the what's the biggest?Molly Mandelberg 09:19Like, usually with my clients, they come in saying, I want to make this bigger thing happen. And I just don't know where to start. Because there's so much information on the internet. You've been on YouTube, you know, there's 1000s of people trying to teach you the thing they know how to do. And there's so many different ways to grow a business. There's so many different strategies that will work for certain people. And it's really easy to get lost in a sea of too many tools, and too many techniques and too many different avenues to pay attention to.Molly Mandelberg 09:51So a lot of my clients come to me overwhelmed with all the ideas that have been thrown at them. And feeling like they're spinning their wheels going in circles, just to figure out what their business actually needs, how to bring their message forth. So I don't teach one size fits all business, I ask the person, what they're wanting to create. And then depending on what their strengths are, what their energetic brilliance is, we figure out the best way for their business to grow and for their projects to come to life. And how to create those in such a way that they're duplicatable, so that you run a program and it's not dead, and you have to start a new one, you can recreate it and launch it and sell it another time. And we want to systemize that process. So it's really easy to keep mastering the craft of whatever that new program or course is that you've created.Mischa Zvegintzov 10:40Hmm. And so do you have your a systems girl? And I hope that's okay, that I say that oh, yeah. Okay, cool. You're a systems girls. So someone rolls in. And they're like, I have a vision in what so what's your like, process, step one we go...Molly Mandelberg 10:59Depends on the business again. So it depends on where the person is at.Molly Mandelberg 11:02I will say the first tools that I recommend every entrepreneur in this kind of coaching and healing leadership kind of space. If you don't have a scheduler, and you don't have an email list start there. A scheduler is an online scheduler, so people can take a link and book themselves on your calendar. If you've ever tried to make an appointment with someone, and you've gone through six or seven emails back and forth, trying to find a time that works for both of you, and then somebody has to figure out the Zoom link, then somebody has to add it to the calendar. And all of that could be done in one click of a link. That is the first time saving tool, any entrepreneur or anyone who's working outside of you know, a regular nine to five job... that online schedule or if you need to make appointments with someone, that's the first thing that's going to save you a ton of time. You should not be responding and replying to five emails just to set one appointment.Mischa Zvegintzov 11:56It's ludicrous, right?Molly Mandelberg 11:57It's ludicrous.Molly Mandelberg 11:58And then the email list... beginning to build your audience.Molly Mandelberg 12:01People think email marketing is dead. Molly Mandelberg 12:03Email marketing, the old way it used to be done is definitely dead. People do not want 30 blasts hard selling them on something that they may or may not want. That's gone. But there are ways to use your email list to actually build a relationship with people. And if anybody was around, we'll say mid October, in 2021. Facebook and Instagram went down for half a day. Nobody could get in, nobody could see anything new. If you were building our marketing presence on those platforms, that was probably a scary day for you. Because nobody could see what you were doing. And you couldn't reach out to anyone. And you might notice that that could happen any time those platforms are not set in stone. They could die. Your account could be closed for no reason. It's really hard to get ahold of anyone.Molly Mandelberg 12:48So building an audience, on your own system, your own email list, where you're actually finding people who want to be in your inner circle, and having a chance to connect directly with them. Yes, not everyone will open every email. Yes, not everyone will want to buy your stuff. But you have an opportunity there to actually cultivate a connection with your people in a way that you don't on social media.Molly Mandelberg 12:48So building an email list and figuring out how to connect with them is the next one.Molly Mandelberg 12:58And one of the things I would put, I usually put on my clients, you know, priority list. Is to find ways to connect with those people when you're not selling. So a lot of people are like, Okay, I have a list, but I'm not growing my list. And I'm not really connecting with them unless I'm having something to invite them to. Well, there's this energetic. I call it an energetic bank account that we have with each individual that's on our list. And if we're just asking and inviting and making calls to action, and asking people to register and click after a while, it feels pretty slimy. It's like stop asking me for stuff. I don't want it. I don't know you, I don't care. And it feels like you're taking taking taking.Molly Mandelberg 13:59So the antidote to that is to make deposits in that energetic bank account by delivering actual value. And that could be your podcast, that could be videos you've put on YouTube. That could be just a note of like, here's what I'm thinking about. Here's a story about something that happened to me and what I learned from it. That's just I just want to share that with you hope you have a great day, adding little value contribution nuggets like that makes the energetic bank account feel better when you're ready to go and make a withdrawal, so to speak, ask people to click or to register or to show up to something.Mischa Zvegintzov 14:32Can I ask you a question? A little nuance within that. If you're... because you were talking to me... we had a conversation andI was like yeah, I'm trying to figure out how to increase my email rate to my list. And you're like, Well, you you, you do a podcast episode every day you could affect and I can't remember how you said it. You said you could do like you could say here's my here's this email... Here's this podcast episode that I did. Here's the main gist of it. Here's the highlight. Listen for the rest. Is that kind of what you said?Molly Mandelberg 15:11Yeah totally yeah. That is both. I mean, because you're asking them to come over and click it. In some ways, it could be seen as an ask. But because it's free. And you're not asking them to register or give them any give you any information, it is kind of just a value add. The reason I said put the little nugget, the juicy synopsis or whatever in there in the email.Molly Mandelberg 15:32Some of your audience wants to read stuff, some of your audience wants to listen to stuff, some of your audience wants to watch stuff. So giving them the option of receiving your juicy nugget of value in a way that works for them is how you kind of serve the whole people.Mischa Zvegintzov 15:48Yeah. love it. That's great. Do you what? What....Mischa Zvegintzov 15:53So a couple of things come to mind. And one is, you know, it's easy to stay, say start building an email list, saying it in the reality of one day at a time starting to build that email list are two different things. But I'm also intrigued how did you? Well. So you're obviously building your list. Pre Karen, right? Pretty good Karen. You're you're building your list, but it's more focused on hypnotherapy, NLP, things like that more of the healing modality. You have the epiphany with Karen, your friend...Mischa Zvegintzov 16:29what was your friend's name? Who was like, Hey, speak at my thing. You remember his name, or her name?Molly Mandelberg 16:33The place where I won this where I had the speaking opportunity? That was called Thrive Academy, which is an amazing business growth thing for people who are early on in their business and want to find their niche and learn how to make find clients.Mischa Zvegintzov 16:45Cool. And so was it in their online? Yes. So was it an opportunity to present online?Molly Mandelberg 16:50No, it was years ago. So it was in person at a conference.Mischa Zvegintzov 16:54Hence the you were looking for the Table Rush it worked? Yeah, we'll tie that in. So. So you are going to you said...Molly Mandelberg 17:07You're asking how do I interact with my list when I'm changing my niche?Mischa Zvegintzov 17:10Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 17:11Well, well, hold on. hold. So if I'm interested... what was your presentation? You said I changed it overnight. Right? You had? Yeah. So was that easy? Or sticky? Or was it did it come quick? Or was it...Molly Mandelberg 17:25I was at a speaking conference where they were teaching me how to be a good speaker and make an offer. So I was using their template in their framework to rewrite my speech. So my speech beforehand was more... I forget I was changing my niche a lot that first couple years, or that first few months in Thrive Academy, but it was something like finding your purpose.Molly Mandelberg 17:47Which I had noticed over a few months, nobody actually wants to put down money to find their purpose, at least they didn't want to with me. It was a little bit too vague and not really like hitting on a true pain point, which is, what do you actually want to be? Or how do you actually want to, you know... usually the niches that work very directly speak to being... finding more wealth.Mischa Zvegintzov 18:11YepMolly Mandelberg 18:12Being healthier, or feeling more beautiful, or healing or transforming your relationships. So being in a purpose niche, I wasn't quite nailing one of those directions. And that's why nobody was really showing up. So when you're talking about growing a business that's directly related to increasing my financial abundance, and so people are more likely to invest in working in something like that.Mischa Zvegintzov 18:36So you, you You're, you're pre that moment, you as you're taking... you're taking classes to learn how to present... Which I love. I think that's such a cool thing. I did not know that about you. So you're taking that to be more effective.Molly Mandelberg 18:51And at the beginning of my business, I was learning whatever the hell I could to help me.Mischa Zvegintzov 18:55So good. That's I think it's so powerful.Molly Mandelberg 18:57Yeah, it's important to to invest in mentorship of people who know how to do what you want to do is a really like, high level way to go about anything. If you don't know how to do something, learning it from somebody who really does know how to do it is a fast track to figuring it out.Mischa Zvegintzov 19:14So good. And I think you know, that was a that's been a hard lesson for me over my life. People will say invest in yourself and that can be a very ambiguous term but that is clearly an actionable way to invest in yourself, right?Molly Mandelberg 19:29Yeah. Monetarily investing in mentorship and also investing time in learning something new that could look like reading a book and actually trying to implement what it tells you... Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 19:40So is this outside of thrive? So thrive and you taking these classes are two different things?Molly Mandelberg 19:45I was taking many different paths Thrive was one of the big ones at the beginning of my business.Mischa Zvegintzov 19:50Okay. And I'm sorry to get granular granular on you. But are you learning how to speak on stage through thrive and you win one of their...Molly Mandelberg 20:00I was. In 2015 or 2016 .Mischa Zvegintzov 20:03You get the opportunity to present cuz you are doing a good job.Molly Mandelberg 20:07Yeah, I won their game. Mischa Zvegintzov 20:09You won their game. perfect.Mischa Zvegintzov 20:10So... you have the epiphany moment and before your headline or your thesis of your talk is literally, "I'll help you find your purpose".Molly Mandelberg 20:21Something along those lines. Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 20:23Then it became... Do you remember fairly specifically what it became?Molly Mandelberg 20:26It became "I'll help you get your business online basically".Mischa Zvegintzov 20:30Fantastic. Thank you.Molly Mandelberg 20:31Yeah. And that's evolved a lot since then to to be more specific.Mischa Zvegintzov 20:34Okay, cool.Molly Mandelberg 20:36So what to go back to what we were talking about which is you're growing an email list, you've got this audience of people who want to hear a certain kind of thing from you. I had to pivot to say, "This is who I'm talking to now. And this is the kind of stuff that I'm coming to." And this is a great email for anyone who changes in directions. And I mean, I had changed directions enough times that year that some people on my list got number, a number of these emails. Molly Mandelberg 20:59You basically want to say, "Hey, I'm so and so I'm here you've been hearing from me, or maybe you haven't been, and I am moving in a new direction. And I want to give you the chance to stay or go. Are you down to hear from me about these kinds of things? This is kind of stuff I'm gonna be sharing with you, and and inviting you to and talking about. And if you want to hear about that, no action necessary. If you think you'd rather not hear about from that from me or about that at all, or for me at all anymore. This is your invitation to unsubscribe, or you can hit reply, and I will unsubscribe you for you. And that's really generous, because it's saying, Hey, here's what we're doing. And are you in or are you out. And if you're out no hard feelings. And if you're in, let's go.Molly Mandelberg 21:03So you can do it in a really connected way. And usually, the people who stick around are now probably less...Molly Mandelberg 21:54Anytime you lose subscribers, it's actually a good thing. Because you've now condensed your list to being more passionate about you. More connected, more happy to hear from you. Anybody who leaves is taking themselves out of it. And so you now have got a more potent connection with your list. And so that... I mean part of those years, I was trying to figure out how to build my list in the first place. And I had to recreate new strategies and try different things and different things work.Molly Mandelberg 22:22But people are generally less inclined to just put their email in a box for no reason. They're more likely, Same with the energetic bank account idea, they're more likely to put their name and email in a box, if they are going to get something that they want. So people don't really want a newsletter. People don't really want to simply stay connected, although sometimes they will, if they think you're awesome, especially if you have a podcast, they've been connecting with you. They want to know what else is out there. But giving them a reason. So some kind of a free gift, some kind of a video series, some sort of a tool for them to receive more magic, only available through that portal, they'll come through the portal to get the thing.Mischa Zvegintzov 23:06So what are you doing today? What's your little (Free gift)?Molly Mandelberg 23:10Yes, so I've got tons of free gifts. Anytime you buy a program, or course of course you end up on my email list. And then I've got a free gift called the "Money Machine Blueprint", which is sort of the framework of how email lists work and tells you how to make a free gift and stuff like that.Molly Mandelberg 23:25The best free gift or lead magnet that I've ever created, which I had to create a course to teach people how to do it because it works so well. Is a quiz. I call it "A Client Attracting Quiz." And my quiz is on my website, it's, "What level of thought leader are you?" And it lets people know of the five stages that I created this framework with archetypes from the Major Arcana of the Tarot. Are you the fool? Are you the magician? Are you the High Priestess? the Empress? or the higher fan? And depending on where you land on that, what's the invitation to start growing into the next phase. So people get this beautiful 16 page PDF all written up about how where they're at right now is perfect. How it's really a beautiful part of the phases of growing a business and becoming a thought leader. And how to overcome their inner arch nemesis to begin expanding into the next level. So that quiz has gone through three or four different maybe five different iterations over the years. But after I saw it start really working. I started running a $5 a day Facebook ad to it. And I grew my list to like 10,000 after a year or two.Mischa Zvegintzov 24:33That is amazing.Molly Mandelberg 24:35So I was getting 70 to 100 leads every single week just by running a small add to my quiz. And that was the biggest list grow thing ever and I had peers of mine colleagues of mine that I've done other projects with tell me I was a damn fool for not teaching people how to do what I did with that. And so I created a course to do that.Mischa Zvegintzov 24:55Tell me the name of the course again,Molly Mandelberg 24:57Quiz mastery.Mischa Zvegintzov 24:58And it's all in your... they can go to I've got it over here. Is that on your where to go? Why? What's your website? Again?Molly Mandelberg 25:07www.WildHeartsRiseUp.comMischa Zvegintzov 25:09Yes, www.WildHeartsRiseUp.com. I'm looking over here anybody wondering what I'm looking at? And say it again, because I'm thinking we definitely want people to hear that again. So they can...Molly Mandelberg 25:24www.WildHeartsRiseUp.com. And if you go to offerings, and then programs, you'll find it. Called Quiz Mastery. And on the home page you'll see the quiz if you want to take it and see how you like it. Nine questions. It's really fun.Mischa Zvegintzov 25:37Nice. And it's fun, how fun, it's fun, and educational.Molly Mandelberg 25:41That's the thing is people love to interact with a quiz because it's a game. And we've been playing games for 1000s of years, people want to be entertained, they want to be asked questions about themselves. And through the process of answering those questions. They're already learning something about themselves. So there's this introspection, this self awareness and this gamified experience, that is just more fun than other free gifts.Mischa Zvegintzov 26:05It's beautiful.Mischa Zvegintzov 26:06Question on the the inspiration to say, "I'm changing directions. This is it, if you want to hear about it. Fantastic. You don't have to do anything just to enjoy, learn whatever. Or unsubscribe." Was that taught to you? Or it was that inspiration?Molly Mandelberg 26:27I just sort of, I don't think I learned that from anyone.Mischa Zvegintzov 26:31Just intuitive at this point. Trial and error. You're like people... like people want to know this. They don't just...Molly Mandelberg 26:36Well, yeah, I mean, I wanted to feel authentic and sending them a different kind of content. So I wanted to let them know that things were changing, new stuff was gonna be coming.Mischa Zvegintzov 26:46And then the quiz thing was that a little combination inspiration... you'd heard of thatMolly Mandelberg 26:51That was from a book called "The ask method" by Ryan Levesque (https://amzn.to/3JhWFr5) who really designed that whole process from a lot of research and human psychology and stuff like that. So he came up with a system, and I just kind of reverse engineered what I learned from him.Mischa Zvegintzov 27:09Fantastic. So thank you for sharing that. Anybody who's listening? Watching. Is like, Oh, this is awesome. They can reach out to you. And you would be like, hey, I'll walk you through this. Let's, let's get your... I'll teach you even how to use the online calendar. And, and let's start building your list. And here's the quiz. And you, you'd be like, alright, you would dig in and be like, alright, what kind of quiz are we going to make for you? Like, if I called you, you'd be like, alright, Mischa, what do you like? What are you passionate about? Let's get the quiz together. You could help somebody with that?Molly Mandelberg 27:46Yes, I do. I have the the quiz Mastery program is self guided. Sometimes I also run it live with q&a calls. And then I also have done for you services for quizzes where people can come to me and have the idea. And then I go and build the whole thing for them.Mischa Zvegintzov 28:01And you travel around in a van, which I'm looking at, which is incredible. It's... alright. Great. That's fantastic. Thank you. Alright, so...Molly Mandelberg 28:12I'm actually you just gave me a good idea I've been meaning to for a long time, I have a template for how to set up your scheduler, so you don't miss any steps. I'm going to put that as a free gift on my website, too. So if people need help getting the schedule or thing figured out, I'll I'll have that template up there soon.Mischa Zvegintzov 28:27Love it. That is a great gift. I'll jump in there and take advantage. I'm good at using the tool, but I don't have it. I've told you this myself and like I love the way you have all your little intricacies within it.Mischa Zvegintzov 28:41Cool. So all right, what if somebody kind of what's the next level? So there's that's like that's like bare bones basic get started, like what's next?Molly Mandelberg 28:49The next level usually is people. I sort of work with people who have been seeing clients for a while. So Thrive Academy is an amazing resource for somebody who's just getting started and needs to sort of figure out who their niche is. Start figuring out how to attract clients, how to do free consults, how to start really getting clear on who your people are and how exactly you serve them. Once people are clear on that there's usually a desire, there's often as desire to move from one on one services, to groups and online courses. So I'm really the best resource. Well, I'm the best resource that sounds really cocky. I am great for people who want to move from one on one to groups. and they already know who their clients are one on one and they're ready to systemize their process. or to develop an offering so that people who can't afford their one on one work have somewhere to go. or people who would prefer to be in a community setting learning the stuff from them have somewhere to go. and how to create that process so that it's easy, and so that it's not a pain in the ass to run so that it's easy to sell it. People can just click a button and take it. how to start writing copies so that you can actually sell this to your email list or you can post about it confidently.Molly Mandelberg 30:07So it's the copy and the content creation and the technology to just make it easier to broadcast your message. And I also work with people who are just trying to grow their one on one practice, like, that's definitely still in my wheelhouse. And it takes some showing up, it takes some broadcasting, it takes some marketing. And marketing is kind of a dirty word in the heart centered healer space. But the truth is marketing is where we simply allow our light to shine more broadly out into the world so our people can see it, and find their way to us. And that's an important thing to do, because I think more people on this planet could use support. We need the healers to go big now.Mischa Zvegintzov 30:49Hmm. Two beautiful way you said that, thank you for that. And that is a that's a rough edge for a lot of that healer, mentality space, right? I don't know, mode modality is a better word.Molly Mandelberg 31:01Yeah.Molly Mandelberg 31:02There's a myth in there that says if I have this tool. if I have this modality. if I have this capacity for healing and helping, then I should give it away for free. And I shouldn't, I shouldn't be too big about it, because that won't be humble. So there's a lot of, like I said, limiting beliefs. And there's a lot of programming inside of us that says, Stay quiet, stay small, just do it on the side. And I think that is innately serving less people. And if you're on this earth, to be a healer, to be a leader to be a guide guiding people to greater in their lives, then how dare you not go do that and as big of a way as you possibly can, so more people can receive it.Molly Mandelberg 31:47And to think it's a contribution in some way to not charge for your services, because people can't afford you. People get more healing out of things that they have invested in energetically. And the biggest way we energetically invest in things on this plane is monetarily.Mischa Zvegintzov 32:05Yeah. Molly Mandelberg 32:06Yeah. And if you are doing your work, your healing for free, you have to work some other job in order to make a living. So you're doing less of that healing work. And that does not make sense to me.Mischa Zvegintzov 32:17Hmm. Thank you for that.Molly Mandelberg 32:19Yeah.Molly Mandelberg 32:20Unless you're independently wealthy, wealthy, and then do whatever you want to do. Hopefully do more healing work.Mischa Zvegintzov 32:27Right? Why not? Yeah, do it for free that donation base wherever you want.Molly Mandelberg 32:32Yeah, and I'm not shaming or making wrong, anybody. Everybody's on their own path. I just had a client this week who had a huge breakthrough, and finally pricing her, like private retreats that she hosts on her property that she's been doing for many, many years. and severely undercharging. And she finally had the realization... that she was doing one this past weekend. And it wasn't enough compensation for the energetic thing she was delivering for this couple on her property. And she finally upped her rates. And I was like, very pleased that she came to that realization. Because you think, you know, I see you, I see the value you're delivering, and it is worth more than you're saying it's worth. And would you be willing to be supported by your work in a bigger way, and allow the people coming to you to be supported by your work in a bigger way? Because they're energetically shown up for it? By paying what it's worth?Mischa Zvegintzov 33:31Hmm.Molly Mandelberg 33:32Yeah. I'm on that side of the fence. But everybody gets to do what they want and thenMischa Zvegintzov 33:36Right? No, right or wrong? Like if you're inspired to one or the other, own it go with it, right? I think. So. When you... would you say your like hearts...when you like your avatar, right? The Avatar is a thing that's bantered around a lot. or your ideal client? Or how do you say it in what you're doing?Molly Mandelberg 34:00My ideal client is this spiritual woman entrepreneur who wants to make a bigger difference. Who's ready to reach more people, and who wants to do that with more freedom and more light and aliveness than they thought that it was possible?Mischa Zvegintzov 34:16How do you feel about the people that are in that space doing what they're doing, trying to grow? Like you're encouraging them to grow, helping them grow, supporting them to grow clearly inspiring them to grow? What about using terms in that space of "heart centered"? Is that a legit term?Molly Mandelberg 34:37I use the term heart centered? Yeah, my, your money machine is one of my online courses, which is all about list creation and how to set that up. I think I'm going to rename it something like email marketing magic or something like that. Yeah, but its marketing is to the heart centered warrior goddess entrepreneurs. Yeah, I use heart centered a lot too.Mischa Zvegintzov 34:59Yeah. What do you call on the men's side of that? Or there isn't a lot of men doing that? Or what do you what do you like? Go ahead.Molly Mandelberg 35:05I mean, I think spiritual men is clear. I don't know, I haven't spent a lot of time marketing to men. I've had clients who are men. but I don't cater my marketing to men, because I think there's already a lot of business tools and support out there for men.Mischa Zvegintzov 35:20Hmm, it's interesting.Molly Mandelberg 35:23Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 35:24Um, I wonder too, sometimes if, like, the the, like, the the woman's space is more... or that that feminine energy, I guess, is another term that we would use, right? It's like, it seems to be more robust. Obviously, feminine energy energy is going to be females who are embracing it more is that would you say, looking at market size, those are a lot more women?Molly Mandelberg 36:01I don't know about market size or not? I think more so than looking at the market. It's important to look at who you are and what you're here to do. And I, I tend to resonate more with helping women leaders rise up.Mischa Zvegintzov 36:15No, for sure. And I'm not trying to pigeonhole you and say you strategically went after that. More of I'm asking an honest question of, you're in the space, you're helping healers, you have men clients. I'm just curious if you're opinion...Molly Mandelberg 36:29I think a lot of men in general, are, are more inclined to a different style of marketing than I produce. Yeah. Which is a little bit more. I don't want to make broad generalizations like this. But like, Click Funnels marketing is more geared towards men.Mischa Zvegintzov 36:46Yeah,Molly Mandelberg 36:46yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 36:47Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's interesting. I was just interesting as I'm...Molly Mandelberg 36:51yeah. Well, because there are a lot of young men out there who are doing marketing successfully. And I don't really need to compete with them when I'm serving slightly different audience.Mischa Zvegintzov 37:00Sure.Molly Mandelberg 37:01Yeah. Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 37:02Yeah. Yeah. Mischa Zvegintzov 37:04What's that?Molly Mandelberg 37:05And they do it well.Mischa Zvegintzov 37:07And they do it? Well, absolutely. And if you like, if your preference is to work with females? Great. right. Like I'm not, I think the worst thing to do is go, Well, I really like working with men, but it's the female markets bigger. That's for me in the way I do things could be a futile path. Right?Molly Mandelberg 37:33Right. It has to be something that you are passionate about. And that is true about any creative project, I think. And there are a lot of, I mean, there's a lot of women and men in the personal development space. And I think that the most important thing to pay attention to is who are you? And how will your people resonate with you? And how do you most want to serve them? And then carve your niche out of that? Usually, the best niche we land on? Is us a little while ago? Yeah, us two steps before now. Yeah, that's why we're able to help people because we're a few steps ahead of them on the same path.Mischa Zvegintzov 38:13Yeah, yeah, that's good. Tell me. So you find somebody rolls in. And they're, they're like, they have a robust one on one practice. And, and they're like, Alright, I'm ready to create some evergreen courses. That's another term that's thrown around evergreen or, or go one to many start doing group things. Like what are your steps to get people on that path?Molly Mandelberg 38:40I mean, usually, it's, you know, how much they have created already. figuring out what the best platform is that they want to do that on. If you're selling evergreen courses, or if you're wanting to streamline selling group programs, then having some sort of a sales page to check out cart to accessing a membership site software is going to be a great tool to create more ease with that. There are free ways to do it through, you know, PayPal link, and then Google Drive folder. And then there are more robust platforms like Kajabi, and kartra, and teachable and Thinkific and Podio is a cheaper one. On again, on my website, there's a Resources tab, which has all the software's that I recommend for these different levels of things.Molly Mandelberg 39:27I like Kajabi. And I also think kartra is very comparable and the offerings that it has right now. Yeah, but those are the higher level and for people who are maybe just starting out or who don't want to invest a lot in their first course or program because they don't know if it's gonna work yet. or because they're not sure that's the direction they really fully want to be moving in. There are cheaper options to. and then once we have the platform, we start digging into the copywriting and what goes on The sales page, how are we going to welcome people and invite them in? How are we going to keep them engaged over the program? And how what do they need to know to show up and get it all done? And starting to build out the framework of how the user experience will be? And what are the pieces of the puzzle that need to get created? And then helping people put those pieces of the puzzle together?Mischa Zvegintzov 40:20Nice!Molly Mandelberg 40:21Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 40:22And depending on how committed someone is to that process, I imagine is how fast that.Molly Mandelberg 40:29How eager they are to create it, and how quickly they set a deadline. Like how soon they want to launch. Like I have one client right now who we've been working for, together for six or so months, and she hasn't really set a launch date yet, because she's still working on the program and wants to figure it out and make it perfect. And I have another client who we're working through like this third thing in two months, because she just wants to get stuff out. Yeah, it really depends on the person and how ripe the idea is.Molly Mandelberg 40:29Yeah, and I suppose how they like to... well I guess it is going to be a matter of trying, trying, trying until you find the till you find out how to connect your message with your...Molly Mandelberg 41:14And you will find that so much faster if you try. Yeah, the one thing I like to remind people of is, you cannot easily cognate your way to clarity. But if you start testing and trying and exploring and actually putting things out in the world, you will get clearer a lot faster.Mischa Zvegintzov 41:36This is a random question. But how many how do you have success selling your tarot cards?Molly Mandelberg 41:43I have sold about 300 decks? But I would say 150 of those were when I launched it. Oh, okay. Yeah. When I did an Indiegogo campaign to fund the initial printing of 500 decks. Yeah. And that was successful. And then I haven't pushed it a whole lot since then. But the people who love the deck, post about it on Instagram and share about it a lot. And I have a friend who's running a whole group program where he's using my deck as the topic for each of his classes. He pulls a card and then teaches about that energetic thing. And then yeah, one of my friends just texted me today that she gave another one of my deck away. So she buys them in five packs now.Mischa Zvegintzov 42:23Nice!Molly Mandelberg 42:24Yeah. So there's people who are really sharing it on my behalf. And then there's been a few podcast episodes where I just talk about my deck and that's helped too.Mischa Zvegintzov 42:32Yeah, cool. Um, when a previous conversation we had, I wrote down some notes van broke down, reclaim your power coincidence shifted relationship with your father, uh, you have a really sort of great...you know...Molly Mandelberg 42:48One of my Bitch slaps from the universeMischa Zvegintzov 42:50Yeah, bitch slaps from the universe. Why don't you? Why don't you tell me about that?Molly Mandelberg 42:54yeah, so I bought my van, three and a half, almost four years ago. And I started traveling it before I built it out. So it actually took me about two and a half years to finish the build inside because I didn't want to stay in one place and finished building it. I would just sort of drive to Colorado and build the bed and drive to Minnesota and put the solar panels on and drive to North Carolina and figure out the wiring of the solar panels. And so I was building it as I traveled around the country and did workshops and attended conferences and had speaking gigs and also just traveled to see friends and family. And on that first trip. Right after I left Oregon where my mom lives. I was about 1000 miles in and my turbo went out. I it was I didn't know it was a turbo yet they tried to fix the resonator. I made it on another 1200 miles. And what's interesting is the second time it went out I was listening to this book called busting loose from the money game. And if you look you have it.Mischa Zvegintzov 43:58I do I have it and I need to read it. Someone gave it definitely read it. Oh my books. What's that?Molly Mandelberg 44:02Read it? Yes. Okay, read it with caution after I tell you this story. So there's a process in that book. Basically, it's telling you how to step out of the matrix and recognize your the infinite being and take your power back from all the trauma and drama of this reality. And it tells you when you do this process, it's very likely that life or this reality, or the universe is going to hand you an opportunity to really walk your talk with this stuff. It's going to give you something to try and convince you that you are human and you're limited and this reality is real, and that you're a victim of it.Molly Mandelberg 44:43And so I'm listening to that process and he's basically telling me that and boom my turbo goes out again, or my van giant turbo dial diesel van goes into limp mode, and I'm on the highway and I'm just barely in Santa Fe New Mexico. So I limp off the highway I make it over a little crest and coast down to where I say there's a shop. And part of me is like, I'm doomed. I'm stranded. This is terrible. What am I going to do? And another part of me is like, wow, that happened real fast. So long story short, it's like $5,500 to fix the van, I don't have it. I, my mother, who I would normally borrow money from in a crisis is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on a ship, teaching her screenwriting class on a cruise crossing the Atlantic, unreachable. My father, who I had never asked for money for before, who's not a financial supportive person historically, in my life, I call him just to let them know where I'm at, and that I'm stranded and that I'm trying to figure this out. And he ends up being able to, like Pay Pal the money from a credit card to make it possible for them to start the repairs. Hmm. And so that's underway.Molly Mandelberg 46:01And I have this epiphany of like, Oh, I could email my list. My list was really small back then. But it was not tiny. And so this is an opportunity, I need money right now, why don't I put a flash sale out to my audience and see what happens. And so I sent an email. And within a few days, a couple people had bought a half price VIP day with me so that we can get a lot of work done on their business.Molly Mandelberg 46:24So those two things made it possible for me to get back on the road, I ended up having an awesome few days in Santa Fe going to 10,000 waves going to meow Wolf, which is why I was passing through Santa Fe in the first place. And my relationship with my dad completely changed. I now saw him as somebody who could support me in some way. And that was a shift, our relationship has been totally different. Since then, we're much closer and much, I don't know, I feel like more seen and held by him in a way that I didn't before that.Molly Mandelberg 46:58And I also got to know that, again, my email list is an amazing resource that, especially when I need to generate money really fast, it's there. And I can do that. And that's the whole point of having an email list and nurturing your audience is so that when you need to, you can press the button and find more, hopefully, create more income right then.Molly Mandelberg 47:21And in the process. This big scary upset of my van is broken and it's new. And I thought I was doing this big adventure. And now I'm screwed. And it's like, no, wait, I took my power back from that. Not only did I get these beautiful silver lining gifts, but I got my van fixed and back on the road and I am the infinite being creating my reality. Look at that. So it was a huge big lesson, which looks like to an outsider, A Bitch Slap From The Universe, but it ended up being a great thing.Mischa Zvegintzov 47:52Yeah, like what was a heavy, potentially gnarly time and probably very stressful in the moment scary in the moment. Yeah. Yeah. To just new, blossoming relationship with Father or new perspective for you and an opportunity for him to maybe do what he hadn't done before in a new way or whatever. And he took advantage, right. Like, how amazing is that? Yeah, seize that opportunity for your dad. God bless him. Right?Molly Mandelberg 48:20Yeah, totally.Mischa Zvegintzov 48:21And then, I think you told me if you don't mind me saying how big your list was at that time, is that al right?Molly Mandelberg 48:27It was like 600 or something.Mischa Zvegintzov 48:30Yeah. So what was the offer that you made them? Do you remember? And is this...Molly Mandelberg 48:33It was a half price VIP day? So at that time, my VIP days were like 2500, I think. And so I was selling an eight hour package basically for 1250.Mischa Zvegintzov 48:45And this is like, this is post Karen. And so a few years post Karen...Molly Mandelberg 48:50yeah,Mischa Zvegintzov 48:51yeah, so you're at this point, likeMolly Mandelberg 48:53I had started to make a name for myself in the niche that I was in. And there were enough people on my list that were waiting for cheaper opportunity to work with me. Mischa Zvegintzov 49:03(Mischa cackling maniacally)Molly Mandelberg 49:03They took advantage of that, and I don't even do VIP days anymore. But if I did, they would be more than that. For sure.Mischa Zvegintzov 49:09That's amazing. Tell me tell me how do you nurture that moment? Because I think it's so beautiful and poignant and to see your father in a new light? And you know I have kids you know. and so when they were born I'm like, Oh, I knew aware... knew appreciation for mom and dad right? Oh, my kids are now you know, smelly 10 year olds. new appreciation for my parents, right whatever. This moment for you. How quickly do you... are you like that was that was a powerful moment? or was this like a year later? Or in the moment? Are you like, "oh my gosh!"?Molly Mandelberg 49:59No. I sobbed a lot when that happened, because in my story in my head was that my dad doesn't have my back in that way that my dad is more of a Brother Uncle figure than like a father who can support me. So, yeah, it was really big in the moment. And I recognized it right away. It was after the fact I think that I noticed my energy toward him had shifted to, over time, in the times that we've hung out since then.Mischa Zvegintzov 50:31Did you try to nurture that in a different way now?Molly Mandelberg 50:35I think I'm more forgiving of him as a person, more in allowance of him. I mean, I've also undergone another, however many years of personal development work and healing on my own to help that relationship. I won't say it was all from that moment. Yeah, he gets he's grown up more in the last few years to. In his mid 70s.Mischa Zvegintzov 50:56(Mischa babbling for a couple seconds)Molly Mandelberg 50:57It was hard and, and, like challenging, especially when I was younger, and it has become more beautiful and better over time. And that was definitely a turning point for us.Mischa Zvegintzov 51:09It's beautiful. Thank you for sharing that. I can't let this one little thing that you said go by either. Mom was on a cruise. Great writing class. What?Molly Mandelberg 51:21Yeah, my mom is a wildly successful screenwriter. She's had a, like 40 plus year success as a writer. And she teaches she used to teach Screenwriting at UCLA Film School, and she moved to Oregon, when I was like seven. So that was like 28 years ago. So she's been teaching at PSU and out of her living room in Portland, Oregon for the last 20 years or so. And about 12 or 13 years ago, she decided to start doing it as a retreat. So she always takes a transatlantic cruise liner. And there's always at least six or seven days at sea before you get to Europe, and people right and take her class in the morning and write all afternoon on the at sea days. And then everybody goes in frolics around Europe on the days that they're in Port. Yeah it's a pretty awesome retreat, especially for anybody who wants to be a writer. And if you decide to go on that retreat, tell her I sent you. And I've gone on it five or six times myself, and I always get a lot of writing done.Mischa Zvegintzov 52:20Wow, that is amazing.Molly Mandelberg 52:23That quiz started on the ship, or at least got a lot of creation done the quiz that I made, a lot of that writing happened on the ship. And when I was in my 20s, I was writing a novel a ton of that novel got written on the ship. And last two years ago, I started writing a book about my life as an entrepreneur.Molly Mandelberg 52:43And a lot of that got written on the ship too. It's a really beautiful way to get a lot of writing done because you don't have to cook anything. You don't have to go anywhere. There's nothing to do on a cruise ship. That's actually fun. So you're sort of forced to sit there and get things done.Mischa Zvegintzov 53:02And what a great conduit your mother. sounds like she is. and then also just being in the space with others to where like minded and...Molly Mandelberg 53:09collective consciousness of creation.Mischa Zvegintzov 53:12Beautiful. What do you think? Tell me the top three things you've learned from your mother over the years.Molly Mandelberg 53:20I've learned everything from my mother. I mean, I am most grateful for getting to witness her living a creative life successfully, that she was never someone telling me I should get a real job or I should pigeonhole myself into something that wasn't for me. She's been my biggest champion and supporter of living a very creative and, and conforming lifestyle. Which I'm sure was harder when I was younger and more crazy than the van life is really a stable life for me compared to who I used to be.Molly Mandelberg 53:55Yeah, a writer. I mean, I know so much about story crafting and about the process of letting a project come to life because of her. And most most grateful for the, the way she sees the world. I was raised believing in the law of attraction. believing in many lives and believing in like a higher consciousness, then religion would give me a view of. and so I'm really grateful for the spiritual understanding that I was raised with. And I think that's shaped me into a lot of the person that I've become because I had those as answers when I was asking questions as a kid.Mischa Zvegintzov 54:34That's unbelievable.Molly Mandelberg 54:35Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 54:37Any tension points with you and your mom over the years?Molly Mandelberg 54:40Oh, sure. Yeah, I mean, we have to rebel against something. It's so much more confusing when you're rebelling against just too much love but yeah...Mischa Zvegintzov 54:48OMG! that's amazing.Molly Mandelberg 54:50Yeah, she also remarried. When I was six she married very verbally abusive alcoholic who was her high school sweetheart.Molly Mandelberg 54:59So if You didn't see it at first. So a lot of my resistance with my mom was just resenting her for bringing that into our lives. But as I got wiser, I recognize that there was a part of me that chose that as my path so that I could arise from that. And that we were all... in my opinion... we all chose that dynamic coming in so that we could learn what we need to learn from it. which is pretty far out for some people who have been through trauma to try and recognize like, oh, I chose this, that there's been a lot of freedom and taking responsibility for that part of my life having gone like that. and then getting to choose to evolve from it. And so I stopped blaming her for that being a hard childhood.Mischa Zvegintzov 55:40Hmm. Hmm.Molly Mandelberg 55:41Yeah.Mischa Zvegintzov 55:43You remember, when that shift started taking place?Molly Mandelberg 55:47Yeah, I was like 28. 29. When my business started is when I started seriously, doing a lot of personal development work and healing, and taking my power back and giving up blaming other people for my life. And that was part of that process.Mischa Zvegintzov 56:12What was your entree into that? Was it like Tony Robbins? Or was it like, I mean,Molly Mandelberg 56:18I forget, but I was going, I've been to so many conferences and workshops and read hundreds of personal development books on healing and transformation. So it was the process of all that.Mischa Zvegintzov 56:30Hmm.Mischa Zvegintzov 56:33Just quick question, just for fun, like, somebody who's in that space, right? And we all come to that point, I believe. well, I don't know. Maybe not everybody. But I definitely come to those points have got to find forgiveness. Gotta take accountability. gotta... Right? And that's sort of some of those.Molly Mandelberg 56:51Yeah,Mischa Zvegintzov 56:52Bitch slap moments. And I think there's a difference between reading and then applying. Right? So I can keep reading about the things that you're talking about. reading these books, going to these conferences. But like, which, what, you know what I mean, like some people get stuck...Molly Mandelberg 57:10get some of the tools that have worked best for me, the work by Byron Katie, which is books that I've read, "Loving What Is" is a great book by Byron Katie, which covers the work. I had a lot of personal development and growth stuff happened at Thrive Academy, which is a business training program. But there's a lot of transformational development that comes in there. Access Consciousness is a entire modality school of thought that has dramatically changed my life and helped me see my point of view and question it on a regular basis that most of the big shifts in my energetic and like emotional body, life space has happened through Access Consciousness, and I won't go into what that is because it's so hard to define. And it is limitless. But if the words Access Consciousness resonate with you at all, I highly recommend looking it up watching YouTube about it. I'm reading some books. Dain Heer wrote a great book called Being You Changing the world, which is about Access Consciousness. And then,Mischa Zvegintzov 58:11Quick side note. I did a thing called tools for a Good Life Summit, where I brought in all these different modalities. And I reached out to I want to Dane, I was like, I want Dave to be your guide, but whatever he was, he was like, yeah, yeah. Anyway, but go on. So... Molly Mandelberg 58:28Yeah, totally, um... NLP was out as a lot of great healing and tools. And hypnotherapy was hugely transformational. For me too. IMolly Mandelberg 58:35think the main thing is, if you're aware that you could be happier. that your life could be greater. that your relationships could be more deep, or connected or communicative. You are the only one who can change any of that. And so when you start to recognize that... if your life is hard and struggling, and you're willing to take responsibility and be at cause for that changing. then you become the dowsing rod for the tools you're meant to use to get to where you want to go.Molly Mandelberg 59:03But staying in the stuck and staying in the story. And staying in the woe is me, everything's wrong, is just a continuation of the same wrongness on and on and on. And if you start to say, Okay, I'm willing to take charge now I'm willing to choose to change this, I'm willing to be aware of whatever I need to be aware of to make my life better or greater, or happier or more whole. Or stop being broke and have money now, whatever that looks like. You will b
“I was about to become a Santa Fe statistic,” she says. “I'm not proud of that. But it's the truth. I knew that if I didn't get out of Sante Fe and do something really big and scary, I didn't have a future and neither did my children.”She tells us how she eventually received a grant to study architecture and construction and, with $900 in her pocket, moved to California to get her education before moving back to Santa Fe, where she then spent the next few years getting her feet wet in the industry.Despite having to endure an almost endless stream of hardships, Lisa wouldn't change a thing. 25 years after starting her own firm, she reflects: “I never expected to build what I built. I didn't. I was just trying to make it.”Today, Lisa has never been more motivated for growth as a leader in the world of design. In every single one of her projects, she always makes it a point to maximize the journey toward the finished productan approach she sums up in the word feelosophy.Topics Discussed: [02:35] Being one of 11 siblings[09:25] Lisa's first few years in the architecture industry[13:22] Imparting lessons on perseverance to her kids[15:29] How lighting became a prominent industry[18:11] How adobe houses are constructed[25:04] What clients would say about working with Lisa[27:12] How Lisa's team stays inspired[31:08] Lisa's vision for the next five years[38:25] Lisa's most memorable projects[40:44] Setting expectations with ultra-high-net-worth clients amid supply chain issues[44:16] Lisa's favorite books and podcasts[47:50] Lisa's typical day and the power of getting up early in the morning[54:39] The American Dream according to LisaConnect with Guest:Website: https://samueldesigngroup.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samueldesigngroup/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SamuelDesignGroupHouzz: https://www.houzz.com/professionals/interior-designers-and-decorators/samuel-design-group-pfvwus-pf~813710655?Connect with Build Magazine:Website - https://www.buildmagazine.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/buildmags/?hl=enFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/BuildMags/Key Quotes by Lisa:We need layers of light to really live in our space in a way that creates different moods that we want to live in. We are sensual people—we live by our senses. Lighting is all part of that.People would say that I understand, and that I take the time to really listen and honor what their feelings are and what their vision is.“Feelosophy” is creating spaces that support and nurture each of our clients' lifestyles. It's not only how things look when we're done; but, it's how we get there.If we're going through trauma, imagine what they're going through. We're stewards of their hopes and dreams, and we're stewards of their money. It's really a big deal.Anything we design, designs us back.
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Welcome to Episode 16 of Season 2 This episode is an On the Fence segment with myself and Jec. We're talking about what horses really want for Christmas. Or Hannukah. Or Kwanzaa or whatever. We talk about education and expanding comfort zones, building confidence and we're giving away a Beyond Horse Massage Jim Masterson's book and DVD set. So contact us if you would like to be in the running. Granted I'm biased, but I do think this is one of the best episodes yet. I hope you enjoy it! We thank Lucerne Farms for their sustaining sponsorship. Lucerne is a forage company based in Northern Maine. Forage is chopped hay, an excellent option when you can't have your horse on pasture or when you need to add calories and nutrients to your horses' diet. Without further ado, here's our episode on what horses really want. Important links: Equine Fitness and other books by Jec. Masterson Method Dr. King – Horses want fewer gifts, better care Ownership Cayuse Collaborative Clinics. Sign up for Santa Fe clinic in February and start your 2022 off well. We would like thank Kate's Real Food and Patagonia WorkWear for their continued support. Please support them as they support us and what we're doing.
En Palabras Mayores del 21 de diciembre de 2021, Carlos Antonio Vélez entrevistó a Eduardo Méndez, presidente de Santa Fe, tras la presentación de los cuatro primeros refuerzos; también volvió a tocar el tema de la protesta de los futbolistas, y resaltó la llegada de Juan Cruz Real al banco técnico del Junior.
In this conversation artist April Holder and I talk about motherhood, naming the narrow lens of social media, the accessible art of printmaking, dismantling the myth of loneliness, allowing our community, including cis men, to practice vulnerability as an act of repair, and to never back down from being the complex multi-dimensional people we all are. April reminds us all that no matter how much we ‘do it the right way', haters gonna hate and love will find its way to us, and she asks us to remember that we shape our own reality and gives us the task to LOVE LIKE YOU MEAN IT! I first met April Holder smoking cigs outside of a warehouse on the southside of Santa Fe, NM in the early 2000's at the Humble art space. She had purple or blue or green hair, a leather jacket studded up and sharp biting wit that is so rare these tender days, it was everything we could do to not spend the whole evening laughing when there was a show to put on. I was invited there as a DJ to play a set by fellow local DJ the Werewulf Micah Wesley, also an incredible painter. Little did I know that That time would become many times and a lifelong building of friendship and family would result, Including April. Today, we are witnessing our children become best friends, we are growing and inviting changed world views and better behaviours, we are supporting each other's goals and work and hearing the pain and evolution of being in community that can't always appreciate or understand us or our growth as weird ass boss babe in between spaces human type beings. April is on fire, always reflecting back the idea that love is truly what will move us forward collectively and I am proud to call her a sister. April Holder is a Sac and Fox, Wichita and Tonkawa woman, whose ancestral lands run through Oklahoma and was born and raised in Shawnee. April's artistic practice is a celebration of Indigenous women, an honoring of the land and animals, and the critical connections between. As an Indigenous woman, a mother and an artist, April recognizes the responsibility she has to create a healthy space for women like herself to thrive far into the future. April's focus is in painting and printmaking, and she carries an understanding that the creative process itself can have an environmental impact. She strives to lessen this by using recycled materials such as fabric, household objects and thread; all found or sourced from thrift stores. April's work presents a visual interpretation of the vulnerable and strong stories of Indigenous women, such as herself, while creating connection, continuum and a healthy way forward for her communities to reclaim their power. Follow April on Instagram @aeon_fluxus Final track on this episode is the song POWERFUL by Am-Mer-Ah-Su
On this week's podcast conversation, Paul and Wally discuss the rise of Omicron and how it is driving concern and "lockdown" rhetoric in the Biden Administration and other large organizations. So far Gov. MLG has NOT embraced new policies in addition to her ongoing universal indoor mask mandate. Wally and Paul share their thoughts on the apparent "death" of Build Back Better. The special session of the Legislature has concluded in Santa Fe. What happened in terms of redistricting? Also, has the medical malpractice situation been worked out? New York bans natural gas hookups in ALL new construction. In New Mexico the PRC denied PNM's proposal to close the Four Corners plant. Why and what does it mean? The Rio Grande Foundation has done some digging regarding Spaceport America's (and more particularly Virgin Galactic's) murky tax situation. It certainly appears that the company owes GRT to state and local governments. Paul and Wally discuss ABQ City Council's latest scheme to fleece local taxpayers, but it appears that (thankfully) the legislation will not be voted on until the new Council is seated. The Santa Fe New Mexican's editorial board has a dire message for Albuquerque. Paul and Wally discuss.
The star of Amazon's With Love, and Lifetime's Holiday in Santa Fe, opens up about how she sets a supportive tone on set, the experience of building her career alongside her equally talented husband (Prince Royce!) and what a loss taught her about the importance of cherishing life's smallest moments. Follow Emeraude @emeraude on Instagram. If you loved this episode, listen to America Ferrera Knows What Real Power Looks Like and How Queens' Star Nadine Velazquez is Making the Most of a Second Chance. Show your love and become a Latina to Latina Patreon supporter!
The Santa Fe police department issued a search warrant for Alec Baldwin's phone, Ukraine President Zelensky's approval drops to 28% amid Russia crisis, The FBI operation against well known Michigan militia is falling apart due to entrapment and misconduct, and Salvation Army is ditched by donors and volunteers after calling supporters racist. Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec
It is 1580. Virtually no Spaniards have returned to New Mexico or the American southwest since the return of the remnants of the Coronado and Soto expeditions in 1542. Neither had found a third great indigenous civilization to conquer, or even more than scant evidence of precious metals. By 1580 most of the survivors of those expeditions had died, and the narratives produced in their aftermath would have been known to very few people. The most durable legacy of those expeditions would have been the rumors of gold, which always persist long after the actual facts are gone from living memory. So it was that circa 1580 various aspirational conquistadors set to scheming for a return to the region that some were now dreaming of as “New Mexico.” These new Spanish probes into the American southwest were minor affairs and of relatively little consequence, except insofar as they stirred up the Indians living in the Pueblos of the region and generated a new round of propaganda that would lead to the colonization project of Juan de Oñate y Salazar in 1598. That would be of surpassing significance, for Oñate would stay for twelve years, kill a lot of Indians, found Santa Fe just before he departed, and establish the foundation of Spanish society in the southwestern United States. Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheHistoryOfTh2 Selected references for this episode George P. Hammond and Agapito Rey, The Rediscovery of New Mexico, 1580-1594 (Coronado cuarto centennial publications, 1540-1940) Stan Hoig, Came Men on Horses: The Conquistador Expeditions of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and Don Juan de Oñate John L. Kessell, Pueblos, Spaniards, and the Kingdom of New Mexico J. Lloyd Mecham, "Antonio de Espejo and His Journey to New Mexico", The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, October 1926
Asked why there seems to be a lack of tradespeople today, Will says that there simply aren't enough opportunities for apprenticeship in the US.Serious journeymen find themselves having to leave the country for an extended period of time in order to learn the craft they want to make a career out of—such as Will's own son, who lived in Japan for three years learning to become a knifemaker with the local masters.Ted and Will reflect on the great artists and craftsmen throughout history, from musical greats such as Elton John and Bob Dylan to the legendary architects that dreamed up the Parthenon and the iconic elevated wooden structures of Japan.While Will doesn't believe he even holds a candle to these visionaries, he finds meaning and fulfillment in simply being able to contribute to the visual fabric of his community and leave that architectural legacy long after he's gone.Topics Discussed: [02:02] Early lessons in business[07:11] Why we lack tradespeople today[12:09] The evolution of Santa Fe as a place one could call home[16:10] Will's forecast of the housing market[19:59] How much of Will's work are renovations and how much are new builds[21:23] Switching from adobe to contemporary[32:06] Incorporating acoustics into a home design[40:36] What Will takes back from his travels, design-wise[44:06] Why it's okay to fail[46:44] How Will retained his passion after over 40 years[54:06] What Will is most proud ofConnect with Guest:Website: https://prull.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrullCustomBuilders/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/prullcustombuilders/Connect with Build Magazine:Website - https://www.buildmagazine.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/buildmags/?hl=enFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/BuildMags/Key Quotes by Will:I respect good architecture so much. It's an art and a science.When you look at great architecture, I just feel that we're a shadow of that. We're trying to emulate it the best we can. [...] We'll never get to those levels, but it feels good to be doing the very best we can and doing some of the best work in our area. I've always considered our work to be leaving a trail of beauty as we move from one project to another.
Julio seguía sorprendido. No esperaba encontrar una banda de cumbia colombiana en plena Santa Fe. —Así que durante todo este tiempo ustedes estuvieron robando nuestras canciones —dijo Julio, en broma. —«Robar» es una palabra muy fuerte —dijo Mario—. Casi todas son composiciones originales. Y después hay algunos… «préstamos creativos», podríamos decir. Julio río y le dio otro bocado a su milanesa. Nunca había comido tanta carne en su vida como durante esos días en Argentina. —Escuchame, Julio —dijo Mario de pronto—. Yo te quería decir… Gracias. Gracias por lo de hoy. —De nada, Mario —respondió Julio sinceramente—. Cualquiera habría hecho lo mismo. —Puede ser —contestó Mario—. Pero no cualquiera lo habría logrado. Era una situación difícil. —Mario, yo soy de Cartagena —dijo Julio, medio en broma—. Me crié en el mar. Mira si me va a vencer esa laguna de pacotilla. —¿Los cartaginenses son buenos nadadores? —preguntó Mario. —¡Cartageneros! —respondió Julio—. Algunos lo somos —agregó, fingiendo soberbia. Era la mejor forma de sacarle la seriedad a la situación. Mario dio un sorbo de su vaso de agua con gas. —¿Qué te toca después de Santa Fe? —preguntó Mario finalmente. —Córdoba —respondió Julio. —¿En serio? —preguntó Mario, alegre—. ¡Mi prima vive en Córdoba! Va a estar encantada de recibirte. No podés decir que no, te aviso. Glossary préstamo: loan. escuchar: to listen. lograr: to manage. criarse: to grow up. de pacotilla: bad quality. nadador, nadadora: swimmer. fingir: to pretend. soberbia: arrogance. agua con gas: sparkling water.
We are back in the cheery Christmas spirit this week with Mario Lopez in Holiday in Santa Fe! The movie follows a greeting card executive who arrives in Santa Fe to acquire a tight-knit family company that creates ornaments inspired by Mexican Christmas traditions. Let's just say, there is more than one steamy kiss!! And we are so excited to welcome THE Mario Lopez to tell us about his behind-the-scenes of the movie and, duh, his skincare routine! The answer may shock you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Miranda speaks with Steve Campbell of Black Rock Editions in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has been working at the iconic press for thirty-one years as the director, marketer, and collaborative printer and he still speaks about printmaking with a romance as if they were on their first date. Campbell has printed with Judy Chicago, Christo, Jim Dine, Claes Oldenburg, and Kara Walker, to name a few, and he says he'll still get lost in the magic of admiring a print in the moments after it has been separated from the stone. We talk about how he came to Black Rock when it was called Landfall Press over three decades ago and the meditative aspects of lithography. [more information] Black Rock Editions Website https://breditions.com Black Rock Editions Instagram https://www.instagram.com/blackrockeditions/?hl=en Landfall Press Website landfallpress.com/ Landfall Press Facebook www.facebook.com/landfallpress Shop Talk www.patreon.com/helloprintfriend YOUTUBE www.youtube.com/channel/UCOMIT3guY5PjHj1M7GApouw MERCH www.teepublic.com/user/helloprintfriend WEBSITE www.helloprintfriend.com instagram www.instagram.com/helloprintfriend print gallery helloprintfriend.com/print-gallery ✨patreon✨ www.patreon.com/helloprintfriend Our sponsor Speedball www.speedballart.com
Julio condujo a Mario al hospital público más cercano. Una vez allí, un médico revisó a Mario por los signos de contusión cerebral y chequeó el estado de sus pulmones. —Todo está en orden —dijo el médico—. Sorprendentemente bien. Solo puedo recomendarle que haga un reposo por un par de días. Entonces Mario decidió pasar la noche en Santa Fe. Quizás necesitaba un poco de descanso antes de conducir de vuelta a Rosario. Consiguieron dos habitaciones en un hotel céntrico. Ni bien llegó, Mario se echó a dormir una siesta. Ni siquiera había almorzado. Se despertó tres horas después. —¡Cómo has dormido! —dijo Julio, cuando vio que su amigo se despertaba. —No lo hice por mí —respondió Mario—. Fue por receta médica. Mario se sentía mucho mejor. Para la noche ya quería salir a cenar. Al principio, Julio dudaba; pensaba que era mejor comer en el hotel. Pero se dejó convencer rápidamente. Empezaron a recorrer las calles de la ciudad de Santa Fe. Hacía un calor húmedo y pegajoso. Había mosquitos. En un momento, pasaron por la puerta de un bar grande, una especie de gran galpón con techo de chapa. Dentro había música en vivo. —Entremos acá —dijo Mario. —¿Seguro? —preguntó Julio. Mario sonrió. —Creo que te vas a llevar una sorpresa —dijo. Glossary más cercano: closest. pulmón: lung. siesta: nap. pegajoso, pegajosa: sticky. galpón: shed. techo: roof. chapa: sheet. en vivo: live.
To continue our short streak of publisher/designers, I interviewed David Chickey for the podcast. I have often said that I want to be Dave Chickey when I grow up. While we are similar in age, I'd need decades to even come close to his talent and accomplishments. And of course, he couldn't be more lovely or more sincere. (Sidenote: How cool is it that I get to talk to all of these amazing and creative humans? What a life!)David Chickey is the publisher, designer, and editorial director of Radius Books, a nonprofit publishing company based in Santa Fe. He co-founded Radius Books in 2007 with a mission to encourage, promote, and publish books of artistic and cultural value. Radius titles have received national recognition, including multiple awards from AIGA, American Association of Museums Publishing, and best book nominations from The New Yorker, TIME, PDN, Smithsonian, Independent Publisher, and The Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation. Chickey is the former board chair of the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, and a graduate of Sussex University, England, and UNC-Chapel Hill, where he was a Morehead Scholar.
Democracy is a quintessential complex system: citizens' decisions shape each other's in nonlinear and often unpredictable ways; the emergent institutions exert top-down regulation on the individuals and orgs that live together in a polity; feedback loops and tipping points abound. And so perhaps it comes as no surprise in our times of turbulence and risk that democratic processes are under extraordinary pressure from the unanticipated influences of digital communications media, rapidly evolving economic forces, and the algorithms we've let loose into society.In a new special feature at PNAS co-edited by SFI Science Board Member Simon Levin, fifteen international research teams map the jeopardy faced by democracies today — as Levin and the other editors write in their introduction to the issue, “the loss of diversity associated with polarization undermines cooperation and the ability of societies to provide the public goods that make for a healthy society.” And yet humankind has never been more well-equipped to understand the problems that we face. What can complex systems science teach us about this century's threats to democracy, and how to mitigate or sidestep them? How might democracy itself transform as it adapts to our brave new world of extremist partisanship, exponential change, and epistemic crisis?Welcome to COMPLEXITY, the official podcast of the Santa Fe Institute. I'm your host, Michael Garfield, and every other week we'll bring you with us for far-ranging conversations with our worldwide network of rigorous researchers developing new frameworks to explain the deepest mysteries of the universe.This week on Complexity, we speak with SFI External Professor Tina Eliassi-Rad, Professor of Computer Science at Northeastern University, about her complex systems research on democracy, what forces stabilize or upset democratic process, and how to rigorously study the relationships between technology and social change.If you value our research and communication efforts, please subscribe to Complexity Podcast wherever you prefer to listen, rate and review us at Apple Podcasts, and/or consider making a donation at santafe.edu/give. Please also be aware of our new SFI Press book, The Complex Alternative, which gathers over 60 complex systems research points of view on COVID-19 (including those from this show) — and that PhD students are now welcome to apply for our tuitionless (!) Summer 2022 SFI GAINS residential program in Vienna. Learn more at SFIPress.org and SantaFe.edu/Gains, respectively. Thank you for listening!Join our Facebook discussion group to meet like minds and talk about each episode.Podcast theme music by Mitch Mignano.Follow us on social media:Twitter • YouTube • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedInRelated Reading & Listening:Tina's Website & Google Scholar Page“What science can do for democracy: a complexity science approach”Tina Eliassi-Rad, Henry Farrell, David Garcia, Stephan Lewandowsky, Patricia Palacios, Don Ross, Didier Sornette, Karim Thébault & Karoline Wiesner“Stability of democracies: a complex systems perspective”K Wiesner, A Birdi, T Eliassi-Rad, H Farrell, D Garcia, S Lewandowsky, P Palacios, D Ross, D Sornette and K Thébault“Measuring algorithmically infused societies”Claudia Wagner, Markus Strohmaier, Alexandra Olteanu, Emre Kıcıman, Noshir Contractor & Tina Eliassi-Rad1 - David Krakauer on The Landscape of 21st Century Science7 - Rajiv Sethi on Stereotypes, Crime, and The Pursuit of Justice35 - Scaling Laws & Social Networks in The Time of COVID-19 with Geoffrey West38 - Fighing Hate Speech with AI & Social Science (Garland, Galesic, Olsson)43 - Vicky Yang & Henrik Olsson on Political Polling & Polarization: How We Make Decisions & Identities51 - Cris Moore on Algorithmic Justice and The Physics of Inference“Stewardship of global collective behavior” - Joe Bak-Coleman et al.Michelle Girvan - Harnessing Chaos & Predicting The Unpredictable with A.I.Transmission T-015: Anthony Eagan on Federalism in the time of pandemicTransmission T-031: Melanie Moses and Kathy Powers on models that protect the vulnerableAlso Mentioned:Simon DeDeoElizabeth HobsonDanielle AllenAlexander De TocquevilleStewart BrandSafiya NobleFilippo MenczerJessica FlackRajeev GandhiScott AdamsDavid Brin
The best in books, DVDs, Blu-rays and 4k UHD Blu-rays for the holiday season including an astounding new Lord of the Rings boxed set, the complete I Dream of Jeannie on Blu-ray, heaps of Star Trek and Criterion's first, long-awaited slate of 4k discs! DigiGods Podcast, 12/14/21 (M4a) — 55.73 MB right click to save Subscribe to the DigiGods Podcast In this episode, the Gods discuss: 10 Best Pictures (Titanic, Forrest Gump, No Country for Old Men, Terms of Endearment, The Godfather, Gladiator, The English Patient, American Beauty, Wings, My Fair Lady) (Blu-ray) Ace and the Christmas Miracle (DVD) The Addams Family 30th Anniversary Restored Cut (4k UHD Blu-ray) Almost Famous (4k Remastered) (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Audrey Hepburn 7-Movie Collection (My Fair Lady, Funny Face, Sabrina, Roman Holiday, Paris When It Sizzles, War and Peace, and Breakfast at Tiffany's) (Blu-ray) The Card Counter (Blu-ray) Christmas in the Pines (DVD) Christmas in the Rockies (DVD) Christmas in the Smokies (DVD) Christmas in the Wilds (DVD) Christmas on the Coast (DVD) Cinema Paradiso [4K Ultra HD / UHD] (4k UHD Blu-ray) Citizen Kane (4k UHD Blu-ray) A Clockwork Orange (4k UHD Blu-ray) Collaborations: The Cinema of Zhang Yimou & Gong Li (Red Sorghum, Ju Dou, Raise the Red Lantern, The Story of Qiu Ju, To Live, Shanghai Triad, Curse of the Golden Flower, Coming Home) (Blu-ray) Coppelia (Blu-ray) Cry Macho (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Daimajin Trilogy (Blu-ray) Dear Evan Hansen (Blu-ray) Dune - Limited Edition (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Early Films of Lee Isaac Chung (Lucky Life, Abigail Harm, Munyurangabo) (DVD) Giallo Essentials (Blu-ray) Giallo Essentials [Yellow Edition] (Blu-ray) A Gift from Bob (DVD) God's Not Dead: 4 Movie Collection (DVD) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 4K UHD (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Guns of Navarone (4k UHD Blu-ray) Hawthorne: The Complete Series (DVD) The Honeymooners Specials: A Christmas Carol (DVD) I Dream of Jeannie The Complete Series (Blu-ray) In the Heights (4k UHD Blu-ray) Indiana Jones 4-Movie Collection (4k UHD Blu-ray) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) (4k UHD Blu-ray) It's a Wonderful Life 75th Anniversary Blu-ray (Blu-ray) Jerry Lewis 20 Film Collection (DVD) The Jesus Music (Blu-ray) John Wayne Essential Movie Collection [Hondo (1953), Island in the Sky (1953), The High and the Mighty (1954), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), Hatari! (1962), Donovan's Reef (1963), McLintock! (1963), In Harm's Way (1965), The Sons of Katie Elder (1965), El Dorado (1966), True Grit (1969), Rio Lobo (1970), Big Jake (1971), The Shootist (1976)] (DVD) Krampus: The Naughty Cut (Blu-ray) Labyrinth 35th Anniversary (4k UHD Blu-ray) Language Lessons (Blu-ray) The Mad Max Anthology (4k UHD Blu-ray) Menace II Society (4k UHD Blu-ray) Middle-Earth Ultimate Collector's Edition (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King) (4k UHD Blu-ray) Mill of the Stone Women (Blu-ray) The Mitchells vs. the Machines (4k UHD Blu-ray) Mosley (DVD) Mulholland Dr. (4k UHD Blu-ray) My Stepmother Is An Alien (Blu-ray) No Time to Die (4k UHD Blu-ray) Old Henry (Blu-ray) Once Upon a Time in China: The Complete Films (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Original Christmas Specials Collection Blu-ray Steelbook (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Santa Claus is Comin' To Town, The Little Drummer Boy, Frosty the Snowman, Cricket on the Hearth) (Blu-ray) The Outsiders: The Complete Novel (4k UHD Blu-ray) PAW Patrol: The Movie (Blu-ray) PBS KIDS: 20 Snowy Stories DVD (DVD) PBS KIDS: Christmas Collection (DVD) Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge (Blu-ray) Planes, Trains and Automobiles (Steelbook) (Blu-ray) Pups Alone (DVD) A Quiet Place Part II (4k UHD Blu-ray) Randolph Scott Western Collection (The Desperadoes, The Nevadan, Santa Fe, Man in the Saddle, Hangman's Knot, The Stranger Wore a Gun, A Lawless Street, The Tall T, Decision At Sundown, Buchanan Rides Alone, Ride Lonesome, Comanche Station) (Blu-ray) The Real Bedford Falls: It's a Wonderful Life (DVD) Rita Hayworth - Ultimate Collection (Blu-ray) Sesame Street Wonderful World of Friends (DVD) The Shawshank Redemption (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Sherlock Holmes Vault Collection (Blu-ray) The Silence of the Lambs (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Snoopy 4-Movie Collection (A Boy Named Charlie Brow, Snoopy Come Home, Race For Your Life Charlie Brown, Bon Voyage Charlie Brown - And Don't Come Back!!) (Blu-ray) Spaceballs (Special Edition) (4k UHD Blu-ray) Star Trek: Discovery: Seasons 1-3 (Blu-ray) Star Trek: The Original Four Movie Collection (Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek: The Search for Spock, Star Trek: The Voyage Home (4k UHD Blu-ray) Star Trek: The Original Series: The Complete Series (Steelbook) (Blu-ray) Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (Blu-ray) Superman: The Complete Animated Series (Blu-ray) Survivor Ballads: Three Films by Shohei Imamura (3-Disc Special Edition) (Ballad of Narayama, Zegen, Black Rain) (Blu-ray) Thundarr The Barbarian: The Complete Series (Blu-ray) Tremors (2-Disc Limited Edition) [4K Ultra HD] (4k UHD Blu-ray) Two from Sergei Eisenstein: October / Alexander Nevsky (DVD) The Ultimate Richard Pryor Collection Uncensored (DVD) Ultraman Dyna (DVD) Ultraman Tiga: The Complete Series (DVD) Uncut Gems (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Waltons' Homecoming (DVD) Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Wolf of Wall Street (4k UHD Blu-ray) The World of Wong Kar-wai (As Tears Go By, Days of Being Wild, Chungking Express, Fallen Angels, Happy Together, In the Mood for Love, 2046) (Blu-ray) Yellowstone: Seasons 1-3 Set (Blu-ray) Younger - The Complete Series (DVD) Zack Snyder's Justice League (4k UHD Blu-ray) Please also visit CineGods.com.
Brad McEntire is a Texan native and works primarily as a playwright, solo performer, and educator. His plays have been produced/developed on stages around the world over the last twenty years. In 2015, McEntire served as the first theatre-artist-in-residence at the Kathy George Indie Artist Residency in Ashford, Oregon. Recently, he was named one of three winners of the 2018 Texas Playwrights Festival for his full-length play Que Será, Giant Monster. Three of his short plays, I Brought Home a Chupacabra, Dinosaur and Robot Stop a Train, and Raspberry Fizz are published through Dribble Funk Books and are available on Amazon.com. He is also the author of the comics collection I Hate Hawk Season and the childrens book The Secret Island. He is a satellite member of The Playwright's Center in Minneapolis, part of the New Play Exchange online and has studied playwriting with Will Power as part of the Dallas Playwrights Workshop at Southern Methodist University. He has contributed articles to TheaterJones, the Stage Directions Blog and at TheSoloPerformer.com. McEntire also has regional and NYC credits as a stage actor and was a commercial actor with Mary Collins Agency from 2008-2015. For the last several years McEntire has toured his original one-person shows Cyrano A-Go-Go, Chop, Robert's Eternal Goldfish and The Beast of Hyperborea to venues and festivals all over North America. Since 2008 he has served as artistic director of the small-batch theatre company Audacity Theatre Lab. McEntire also served as the founding producer of the Dallas Solo Fest (2014-2019) and since 2010 has served as chief editor of the website TheSoloPerformer.com. In 2017 he began to produce and host a short-form podcast called The Cultivated Playwright where he talks about the artistic issues and personal growth. He holds a BFA in theatre and performance arts from the College of Santa Fe and a MA in theatre (with a concentration on playwriting) from Texas Woman's University. McEntire loves connecting with other artists as well as readers/audience members via YouTube and Instagram, so be sure to reach out! www.bradmcentire.com
With his forward-thinking “what if?” approach to business, in a short span of time David's leadership at The Fireplace resulted in a remodel of the company's showroom (that had never been touched since being built in 1966) and the reevaluation and expansion of its classic product line.This approach also shaped the company's culture into what it is today. David explains how he has cultivated a customer-centric environment within The Fireplace of today. For example, he invites builders in the Northern New Mexico market to stop by their new showroom not only to see the products, but to feel their new attitude.Listen in as David shares his journey from corporate America to entrepreneurship in an industry he previously had known nothing about, what it's like to do business with his only son, his biggest takeaways from his mentors, and why he believes that the American Dream is a reality for everyone as it is for him and his family.Topics Discussed: [02:57] David's corporate background and what brought him to Santa Fe[11:41] Lessons that David brought from corporate America into The Fireplace[17:08] Working around supply chain issues and communicating these to clients[19:35] How the market in Santa Fe has evolved over 25 years[24:12] The old Firebird versus the new Firebird[26:35] Training the Firebird staff to look beyond price[31:14] David on mentorship[38:12] David's vision for The Firebrand[43:39] How David learned the ins-and-outs of the hearth and irrigation industries[45:57] The moment David realized that life and business is going great[51:43] Lessons around taking risks that David intends to pass on to his son[58:24] The American Dream according to DavidConnect with Guest:Website Facebook Instagram Connect with Build Magazine:Website Instagram Facebook Key Quotes by David:My approach to pretty much everything is to ask, “What if…?”The universal truth is, it doesn't matter what the business is. If you treat customers the way you would want to be treated as a customer, you're going to win the day.When you're working with individuals and you're not sure that they should be part of your team or are capable of being part of your team, your first approach should be to rehabilitate versus terminate. So, really give people a chance.You can be a small company anywhere in the United States, but geography no longer limits you in any way, shape, or form.One of the things that I've seen very successful people do throughout my life and certainly my career in corporate America, is having the courage to take chances when others would not.
Julio se acomodó en su silla y empezó a contar su historia. Era la primera vez que lo hacía de corrido. Le hizo bien: sintió que se ordenaba, que podía concentrarse en los detalles. Habló de sus treinta años de trabajo para el estudio de abogados, y de su retiro voluntario. Después les contó de su abuelo Florentino, el argentino, cantante de tango, y de su gira latinoamericana en 1936. Habló también de las postales, les mostró una —las llevaba siempre con él, en una mochila—, y les contó finalmente sobre su nueva relación con la música. —¡Deberías haber traído la guitarra! —exclamó Daniel. —Todavía no estoy listo para tocar frente a gente —dijo Julio. —Qué modesto… —respondió Mario—. Estoy seguro que exagerás. En ese momento, Guillermo llegó a la mesa con una bandeja llena de distintos cortes de carne, recién sacados de la parrilla. —Tenemos tira y vacío —anunció Guillermo—. Julio, vos primero. —Muchas gracias —dijo Julio, agradecido por el honor. Pinchó un trozo de carne, más o menos al azar, y lo puso sobre su plato. Después le pasó la bandeja a los demás. —No puedo creer que vas a ir por tierra —dijo Mario entonces—. Es un viaje larguísimo. ¿Cuál es tu próxima parada? —La ciudad de Santa Fe —contestó Julio. —¡No te lo puedo creer! —dijo Mario—. Yo mañana voy para allá. ¿Te llevo? Tengo que ir a buscar un cachorro de Golden Retriever que compré para mi nietito. Es increíble lo caro que están los animales de raza acá en Rosario. Pensaba que, de paso, podía ir a pescar a un lugar que conozco por ahí... —Si no es mucha molestia, a mí me sirve —respondió Julio. —¡De ninguna manera! —dijo Mario—. Me viene bien alguien que me hable mientras manejo. Glossary de corrido: all in one go. bandeja: tray. corte de carne: beef cut. agradecido, agradecida: thankful. pinchar: to poke. al azar: randomly. raza: breed. manejar: to drive.
The Boys are not interested in being tyrants, unlike Bill de Blasio, after he urges the nation to follow his example on vaccine mandates. China is threatening “firm countermeasures” over the expected diplomatic Olympic boycott, and Brian Stelter thinks Chris Cuomo may have violated journalistic ethics. According to the Border Patrol, foreigners illegally entering the country are coming from 106 different countries, and San Francisco suspends its weed tax in order to combat crime. Santa Fe authorities say nobody is “clear” from charges in the Alec Baldwin shooting, and Vice President Kamala Harris is described as a “bully” and “soul destroying” boss. Dr. Anthony Fauci very racistly talks about coronavirus, and more than one hundred drugs face supply chain shortages.
It's the season of love and we're back after 10,080 minutes to talk about the groundbreaking musical RENT! We`ll cover you with all the emotions and our favorite characters while dreaming of a restaurant in Santa Fe. But I should tell you we shed some tears. We honor the late Jonathan Larson with a review of In The Heights. It's another day of talking about Lin Manuel Miranda and has he redeemed himself from In The Heights? Speaking of legends We also discuss Stephen Sondhiem who helped shaped musical theater today and his one song glory. Speaking of covering bases we discuss the controversy around the casting of Amazon Prime's new series of Lucy and Ricky; Aaron Sorkin has some explaining to do! Then in the main Korner the bigger they come the harder they fall. Join us as we talk about Netflix's Harder they fall all about the wild wild west.We discuss the all black cast and the stories that aren't being told. So sit back, relax and let's go out tonight! Get ready to learn laugh and play right here on minority korner.Jennifer Covington, Guest Co-Host- a life coach, business strategist and the Queen Waymaker for World-Chagers - She's a Capricorn Sun & Moon and very serious about her productivity. When she's not helping people of color build profitable businesses she's either spinning on her new skates, soaking in an herbal bath or volunteering with organization around the Bay Area. iG: @TheRealJCovREFERENCE LINKS: Sondheim!https://www.themarysue.com/broadway-pays-homage-to-musical-theater-icon-stephen-sondheim/Aaron Sorkin has some explaining to do: Re: Lucy & Ricky!The Harder They FallTime.com - The Real Black Cowboys That Inspired Netflix's The Harder They FallThe Harder They Fall's LGBTQ+ Representation Explained‘The Harder They Fall' True Story: 7 Historical Figures Who Inspired the FilmStage Coach MaryCheck out Minority Korner EP 166Meet Stagecoach Mary, the Daring Black Pioneer Who Protected Wild West Stagecoacheshttps://www.bustle.com/entertainment/stagecoach-mary-the-harder-they-fall-true-storyhttps://www.nps.gov/people/mary-fields.htmStagecoach Mary: The Ultimate Montana BadassMinority Korner on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: email@example.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur
Richard welcomes a writer/researcher who reveals how geoengineering has been used for decades to control the ionosphere with phased array heater blasts so as to maintain an ionized atmosphere in which chemicals, nanotechnology, and synbio synergies can be continuously laid by jets, drones, and rockets in the name of "climate change." Thus, the groundwork for the synbio (synthetic biology) neural network inside Human 1.0 began by manipulating the macro environment upon which our extraordinary interior micro environment depends. The air we breathe, the soil we grow our food in, the water we must replenish-all have been commandeered by biotech and Big Pharma for Human 2.0 Transhumanism. Guest:
This is a re-airing of "Seeing Red & 'The Monster Myth,'" which originally aired in our Patreon feed alongside Buffy's S6E19: "Seeing Red" We've chosen to re-air this episode in the main feed the week after Season 7's second episode, "Beneath You," to double down on the conversation surrounding accountability, and on the nuance that exists when there is a pre-existing intimate relationship that has to be navigated in the context of harm. You'll hear Jess talk about those who share childcare responsibilities, finances, and in other ways still have to rely on the person who has harmed them, and also hear us speak to the importance of letting the person harmed — in this case Buffy — dictate the terms of the relationship. Content Warning: Sexual Assault, Sexual Violence, Rape This episode contains spoilers through the end of Buffy Season 7 ••• We are in conversation with Jess Clark, who today joins Alba Daza and Kristin Russo to foster a space for much-needed and nuanced conversation on Spike's sexual assault of Buffy as depicted in S6E19's "Seeing Red." We explore how media has historically shaped what we anticipate and assume about sexual assault, how this episode upends some of those tropes, and how the episode's depiction and the larger arc between Spike and Buffy can be used as a lens to explore much more beyond Sunnydale. ••• This episode was produced & hosted by Alba Daza, Jess Clark,& Kristin Russo Find Alba Daza on Instagram @alba.daza; albadaza.com Jess Clark is the Prevention Manager at Solace Crisis Treatment Center (a rape crisis center) in Santa Fe, NM and a consultant for Catharsis Productions out of Chicago. He has been doing sexual violence prevention for a decade and his work focuses on increasing youth capacity to interrogate systems of oppression, exploring queer/trans masculinites as a site of violence prevention, and supporting organizations in better serving transgender communities through policies and best practices. Find Kristin Russo on Twitter & Instagram @kristinnoeline; kristinnoeline.com Find Buffering the Vampire Slayer: @bufferingcast on twitter, facebook, and instagram Listen to today's episode of Angel On Top in their new feed: bufferingthevampireslayer.com/angelontop Edited by: John Mark Nelson & Kristin Russo Logo Design by: Kristine Thune Learn more about our team at bufferingthevampireslayer.com/our-team ••• If you are able, please donate to Survived & Punished: survivedandpunished.org Survived & Punished is a prison abolition organization. We believe that prisons, detention centers, all forms of law enforcement, and punitive prosecution are rooted in systems of violence, including racial, anti-trans/queer, sexual, and domestic violence. Our work specifically focuses on criminalized survivors to raise awareness about the integrated relationship between systems of punishment and the pervasiveness of gender violence. We aim to initiate mass defense projects that will free all survivors, which would require the abolition of prisons and other systems of punishment. ••• Further Reading / Papers Referenced by Alba & Jess in episode Bullying Perpetration and Subsequent Sexual Violence Perpetration Among Middle School Students The Undetected Rapist American Perceptions of Sexual Violence ••• We acknowledge that we and our team are occupying unceded and stolen lands and territories. Kristin occupies the Lenape territories of the Esopus Lenape Peoples. Jenny occupies the Wabanahkik territory of the Abenaki and Pennacook Peoples. Alba occupies Tiohtià:ke of the Kanien'kehá:ka Nation. Mack, LaToya, Morgan, and John Mark occupy the lands of the Kizh Peoples. Learn more about Land Acknowledgments + our continued anti-racist efforts at bufferingthevampireslayer.com/justkeepfighting See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.