This week the Brilliant Idiots are back, and Schulz is still trying to recover from Taylor's Nuke from last episode. Moreover, they first get into a debate of who's the better player Draymond or Steph Curry after this weeks game, and did you know that its Bishop TD Jakes saying “Listen to the track B**” on Wacka Flocka Song “No Hnads”? Later on in the episode they speak on a museum that Andrew wishes to go to but can't because of the name. They also get entertained by the most entertaining former president Donald Trump for his comments at his deposition, and Charlamagne expresses he's unphased by Bill Clinton playing the sax during his prime. ************************************************** Check out Andrew Schulz www.theandrewschulz.com Stream Charlamagne "Hell of a Week" on Paramount+ Check out all the podcast on Charlamagne's "Black Effect Network" www.blackeffect.com/ Empty Thoughts Podcast podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/empt…ow/id1622292632 Check Out "Summer Of 85" on Audible www.audible.com/pd/Summer-of-85-A…areTest=TestShare Podcastbrilliant idiots charlamagne tha godandrew schulz
The twentieth-century artist Bruno Schulz was born an Austrian, lived as a Pole, and died a Jew. First a citizen of the Habsburg monarchy, he would, without moving, become the subject of the West Ukrainian People's Republic, the Second Polish Republic, the USSR, and, finally, the Third Reich. Yet to use his own metaphor, Schulz remained throughout a citizen of the Republic of Dreams. He was a master of twentieth-century imaginative fiction who mapped the anxious perplexities of his time; Isaac Bashevis Singer called him “one of the most remarkable writers who ever lived.” Schulz was also a talented illustrator and graphic artist whose masochistic drawings would catch the eye of a sadistic Nazi officer. Schulz's art became the currency in which he bought life. In Bruno Schulz: An Artist, a Murder, and the Hijacking of History (Norton, 2023), Benjamin Balint chases the inventive murals Schulz painted on the walls of an SS villa―the last traces of his vanished world―into multiple dimensions of the artist's life and afterlife. Sixty years after Schulz was murdered, those murals were miraculously rediscovered, only to be secretly smuggled by Israeli agents to Jerusalem. The ensuing international furor summoned broader perplexities, not just about who has the right to curate orphaned artworks and to construe their meanings, but about who can claim to stand guard over the legacy of Jews killed in the Nazi slaughter. By re-creating the artist's milieu at a crossroads not just of Jewish and Polish culture but of art, sex, and violence, Bruno Schulz itself stands as an act of belated restitution, offering a kaleidoscopic portrait of a life with all its paradoxes and curtailed possibilities. Renee Garfinkel, Ph.D. is a psychologist, writer, Middle East television commentator and host of The New Books Network's Van Leer Jerusalem Series on Ideas. Write her at email@example.com. She's on Twitter @embracingwisdom. She blogs here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Emily Schulz is a Marketing Director for Kim Woods Advisory and a Divine Channeler of Light. She helps female entrepreneurs stop self-sabotage to clearly and confidently pursue their purpose. With proven step-by-step customized plans, their clients take action on bite-sized steps to gain massive momentum to achieve their revenue goals. By channeling the Divine, Emily can shed light on how women entrepreneurs can clear their path to achieve the success they desire. As Marketing Director, Emily has been recognized by Facebook for her high ad conversion rates and Time Magazine for copy she's written on products. She designs successful marketing strategies across multiple platforms, including written copy for ads, quizzes, and email funnels for their affiliates. Additionally, Emily has founded two 7-figure businesses, helped solopreneurs to Fortune 500 companies increase their Amazon revenue by as much as 50%. She's been receiving messages from the Divine her entire life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gerhard Schröder hat kein Anrecht auf ein staatlich finanziertes Büro mit Mitarbeitern. Ein Gericht wies seine Klage ab. Welche Privilegien sind angemessen? Wie gehen wir mit den Ex-Kanzlern um? Und: Hat die Frühjahrsoffensive der Ukraine begonnen? (16:50)Schulz, JosephineDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Lage der Nation - der Politik-Podcast aus Berlin
LdN334 Filz-Vorwürfe in der Ampel, Wahlrechts-Kommission (mit Sandra Schulz, DLF), 49-Euro-Ticket, Dienstwagenprivileg
New Denver Church Message Podcast
Some myths are harmless; this one is not. Join us for this series titled Mine, where we unmask the myth of ownership. Discussion Questions
In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, Dr. Lisa Herbert interviews Dr. Ariana Schulz Douglas, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, and founder and medical director of Tula Wellness and Aesthetics, a medical practice in Tucson, Arizona focusing on women's integrative health and wellness. Dr. Ariana shares her story of transitioning from corporate medicine to starting her own practice and how going through menopause was instrumental in that decision. They discuss the challenges and difficulties of this period of transition and how it ultimately led to Dr. Ariana's holistic approach to patient care. The episode provides valuable insights into the challenges and rewards of transitioning to a new career path and the importance of a holistic approach to patient care. Arianna Sholes-Douglas, MD, FACOG is the author of the best-selling book, The Menopause Myth: What your mother, doctor, and friends haven't shared about life after 35. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and African American Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Arianna then earned her Doctor of Medicine at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. She completed her residency and Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship at Martin Luther King Medical Center and UCLA School of Medicine, respectively. She later graduated from the Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the University of Arizona. She has served as clinical faculty at UCLA, the University of Maryland, and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a diplomate of the American Board of OB/GYN and Maternal-Fetal Medicine. As a visionary and innovator in the women's health community, Dr. Arianna has received multiple awards, including Outstanding Women's Health Provider by Inside Tucson Business, Women of Influence: Business Woman of the Year award, the Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona's: Woman of Impact award and the Enterprising Women of the Year award. You can get Dr. Arianna's book here: "The Menopause Myth" book by Dr. Arianna Sholes-Douglas: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Myth-Mother-Doctor-Friends/dp/1599328941 Learn more about her here: Dr. Arianna Sholes-Douglas' website: https://www.drarianna.com You can join our community of like-minded women physician leaders at www.facebook.com/leadingladiesincharge for support and resources. Join our masterclass and gain the skills and competencies needed for healthcare leadership success! Learn more and sign up here.
In a special episode of the podcast, Peter Schulz, an offensive lineman whose four-year IU football career ended last fall, joins the podcast to talk about his experience transitioning from Division I football player to Little 500 rider.
Der Bewohnerfrei Podcast mit Tobias Beck
Boxen sei nur das Ausleben von roher Gewalt und würde das Aggressionspotenzial vieler Kinder und Jugendlichen nur noch weiter befeuern? - Wer dies glaubt, irrt sich gewaltig! Leider scheint es als seien Werte wie Disziplin, Regeln und Respekt in unserer heutigen Gesellschaft zunehmend in Vergessenheit geraten. Auseinandersetzungen und Uneinigkeiten folgen keine Worte, sondern Taten. Während des Boxtrainings lernen Schüler:innen nicht nur den respektvollen Umgang mit ihrem Gegner, sondern auch den kontrollierten Abbau ihrer Aggressionen. Was bei der Erziehung der Eltern und Lehrer versäumt wurde, kann so nachgeholt werden. In diesem Interview spricht Tobias mit der einmaligen Boxlegende Axel Schulz über dessen Weg zum Erfolg. Axel Schulz blickt auf eine erstaunliche Boxkarriere, während der er von 33 Profikämpfen 26-mal siegte, zurück. Sie schwelgen gemeinsam in Erinnerungen und du erfährst, warum es sich manchmal eben doch lohnt dranzubleiben und durchzuziehen, während andere schon längst das Handtuch werfen. Denn der Erfolg im Boxring hat auch Auswirkungen auf sein Leben abseits des Scheinwerferlichtes - und diese sind nicht ausschließlich positiver Natur. Mehr Informationen zum Gast Axel Schulz: Instagram Homepage Facebook Buddyguard Kostenloser Persönlichkeitstest Ob Eule
In this episode, Kelly and Jessica explore the book, “The Good Life: Lessons from the World's Longest Scientific Study of Happiness” By Robert Waldinger and Marc Schulz. This book explores the lessons we can learn from an 84 year study about what makes us happy and what's important in our lives. If you're interested in learning more about what makes people happy and what's important in our lives, we highly recommend “The Good Life.” It's a fascinating read and Waldinger and Schulz are excellent guides. Check out our blog for more tips on becoming a better version of yourself or to learn more about us: https://chasingbrighter.com Follow our journey on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chasingbrighter/ We encourage you to keep chasing the brighter version of you!! Thanks for listening!!!
Beyond The Fame with Jason Fraley
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with author Monte Schulz, son of the late "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz, about his epic new war novel "Metropolis." They also set the record straight about his father, who created beloved characters like Charlie Brown and Snoopy. (Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion") Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Bob Frantz Authority Podcast
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Die FDP hat Sorge, dass das Ampelbündnis ihnen schadet. Beim Parteitag suchen die Liberalen ihre Rolle: Harte Kante oder Kompromiss? Und: In den nächsten Tagen kommen die Briefe für die Sozialwahl. Was ist das und was entscheiden diese Parlamente?Schulz, JosephineDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
In episode 91 of the podcast, Snoopy breaks prized possessions and steals a cherished pet. So, really, season 2, episode 12 of "The Snoopy Show" is just a portrait of the disintegration of a beagle. But then everyone dances in the end. So it's all good. We also catch up on feedback and news in and around the Peanuts universe and enjoy a "Random Strip of the Month". Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Mining by Moonlight", "Bass Walker", and "Hidden Agenda". Thanks to Sean Courtney for the "This Month in Peanuts History" theme. Thanks to Nick Jones for the use of his song "25% Off". Thanks to Henry Pope for the use of his "Linus & Lucy" remix. Support the show at patreon.com here. Find out more about the podcast and books by me that can be owned by you at carnivalofgleecreations.com The Jim Beard and Becky Books Page
Solzhenitsyn admonished the people of Soviet Russia, “Live Not By Lies.” In this episode, Dr. Schulz wades through the lies of DIE and Woke ideology, and begins to forge a path of resistance for the home, the workplace, and the church not unlike what Solzhenitsyn advocated in his time and place: Live Not By Lies. https://lutheranphilosopher.com/live-not-by-lies/ The Rock, T.S. Eliot Live Not By Lies, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn ----more---- Host: Fr. Jason Braaten Special Guest: Fr. Gregory Schulz ----more---- Become a Patron! You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ You can read the Gottesblog here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/gottesblog/ You can support Gottesdienst here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/make-a-donation/ As always, we, at The Gottesdienst Crowd, would be honored if you would Subscribe, Rate, and Review. Thanks for listening and thanks for your support.
Jeanne Manford was an elementary school teacher and hardly an activist. But she had a gay son, Morty, who she loved fiercely. In 1972, the two of them walked together in a New York City gay pride parade, and Manford held a sign that read “Parents of Gays: Unite In Support for Our Children.” It was a revolutionary act. At that time same-sex attraction was classified as a mental illness, and “homosexual acts” were illegal in 49 states. But Manford insisted on publicly loving and accepting her son, and with her husband Jules and son, she founded an organization inviting other parents to do the same. That organization, Parents, Family, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays or PFLAG celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. We look at the impact these families' activism has had and we hear from you. What does it mean to support those you love? What does it take? Guests: Kathryn Schulz, staff writer, New Yorker. Schulz's most recent piece for the New Yorker, "How One Mother's Love for Her Gay Son Started a Revolution," chronicles the founding of PFLAG. Schulz is also the author of "Lost & Found: A Memoir" Avril Swan, granddaughter of PFLAG founder Jeanne Manford. Swan is a physician and practices in San Francisco Lilith Rose, former executive director and current program director, San Francisco PFLAG chapter Susan Thronson, board president, PFLAG National
Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
Sup everybody, we're back with the Flagrant boys & today we talk about some wild things: Izzy's KNOCKOUT, Schulz should be Waluigi in the next movie, The Dalai Lama doing some wild stuff, how hot your cousin might be and much much more. INDULGE 00:00 Israel Adesanya is that guy + fight recap + 1st fight adjustments 14:25 Dricus du Plessis trolling his way to a fight 19:47 Great that UFC is buying WWE 21:27 Trump will become the President in 2024 + needing Black women or gays 29:51 Rihanna might be the one for Trump + US looking weak 35:35 Dalai Lama really is wildin' 37:55 Gandhi wasn't really on hunger strike? 42:05 Michael Jackson was better than Gandhi 44:20 Mr Beast's newest challenge - Chris 49:31 Ugly women need to get HRT 55:15 Waluigi reviews the Super Mario Bros. movie 59:54 Japanese were racists back in the day… 01:01:34 Andrew had never heard of Waluigi + Impressions 01:03:06 The importance of choosing the right role + Chalamet v Holland 01:16:13 Air with no Jordan 01:17:53 Dana Carvey turtlely appropriate 9/11 Tribute 01:19:24 Beverly Hills Cop allowed Eddie to be Eddie + choosing the right role 01:23:42 Chris Tucker + Fifth Element + what movie sets are really like 01:30:01 Andrew was too afraid to break acting rules + genius in not knowing 01:33:53 The Beatles were incredible: they made the 1960s 01:37:25 Pressure of being a critic + real criticism has value 01:43:30 Akaash needs an info wala + becoming Dr. Umar Jahangir 01:49:57 Men getting more cosmetic surgery for other MEN + meat market 01:58:03 Willing to listen to 1 out of 100s 01:59:46 Andrew's Ultimate Feet Theory 02:01:19 Talking about Barbie's length 02:03:55 Mark makes Andrew's argument better 02:05:00 Margot Robbie's arch + foot tattoos are for fat girls 02:09:58 Would you smash Margot if is she's your cousin?
Wie brisant sind die Informationen in geleakten, mutmaßlichen Geheimdokumenten aus den USA? Und kann das Folgen für den Ukraine-Krieg haben? Außerdem: China hat seine Militärmanöver vor Taiwan zwar beendet, die Bedrohung ist größer denn je. Schulz, JosephineDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
It was no problem at all getting episode 90 ready, even if we did watch a "Peanuts by Schulz" called "Problems". We also watched "The Snoopy Show", S2, episode 11 and talk about "This Month in Peanuts History". Good grief, get your Snoopy fix here! Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Mining by Moonlight", "Bass Walker" and "Hidden Agenda". Thanks to Sean Courtney for the "This Month in Peanuts History" theme. Thanks to Nick Jones for the use of his song "25% Off". Thanks to Henry Pope for the use of his "Linus & Lucy" remix. Support the show at patreon.com here. carnivalofgleecreations.com The Jim Beard and Becky Books Page
Sagen wir's, wie es ist: Diese Episode ist der Anfang vom Ende. Zum Trost und zum Abschied von einer chaotischen zweiten Staffel gibt es eine extra lange Folge. Laura sitzt happy im Tiny House und war zuletzt bei der Sesamstraße zu Gast, Mel schreibt ihren neuen Roman und bereitet einen Trip nach Ghana vor. Und auch sonst gibt es viel zu berichten. Sendung mit der Maus! Romanverfilmung! Life Hacks! Perfektionismus! Irgendwann kehrt Mel dann auch noch die Interviewerin raus und entlockt Laura Weisheitsnuggets wie einem PEZ-Spender die Süßigkeiten. Also kurz gesagt: Fast alles wie immer. Cheers! Show Notes: Hier findet ihr die von Laura und Mel liebevollst kuratierte Guilty-Pleasure-Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0Oc8jbLWAG93xe2YbebJjD?si=RjF_PavDSDOPx3HyiDsHmQ Den YouTuber, den Laura empfiehlt, findet ihr hier: https://www.youtube.com/@ShafferN?app=desktop Der Film, den Mel empfiehlt, heißt „The Prestige“. (Für den Fall, dass man das nicht so gut verstehen konnte.) Lauras Channel findet ihr hier: https://www.youtube.com/@laurakampf Mels Newsletter könnt ihr hier abonnieren: https://mailchi.mp/498e56de6746/melanie-raabe-newsletter Und auf Instagram findet ihr Raabe&Kampf als @laura_kampf und @melraabe
The Past, the Promise, the Presidency
Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang are some of the most recognizable characters in American pop culture. From Snoopy's doghouse to Linus's blanket to Lucy's perpetual football prank, the scenes from this iconic comic strip are imprinted in the memories of many Americans even today, more than 70 years after the strip's debut. However, behind the lemonade stand, amateur psychiatric help, and baseball shenanigans, Charles Schultz placed underlying social commentary on the state of American politics and society. While many people praised Peanuts for its supposedly apolitical nature, Schulz used Peanuts to guide American households through critical issues, including the Cold War, integration, church-state relations, and more. Our conversation partner this week Dr. Blake Ball, author of Charlie Brown's America: The Popular Politics of Peanuts. Blake Ball is a historian of American politics, society, and popular culture in the 20th century. After receiving his doctorate in history from the University of Alabama, he taught at Miles College, the University of North Alabama, and the University of Alabama. Currently, Dr. Ball teaches history at Huntingdon College, where he also chairs the History and Political Science departments.Follow him on Twitter @bsb1945.
Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
Today we've got Breaking Point's Saagar Enjeti in the Flagrant studio. Saagar talks about Joe Rogan's new Mothership Comedy Club in Austin, how women are now out earning men, Donald Trump's saga with Stormy “horse-face” Daniels and how negativity in the press might be destroying American patriotism. INDULGE! 00:00 Start 00:13 Saagar's beautiful gnashers + T c** shots + Natty or not 08:03 Jonah Hill really saving the Jews + we still playing Ye's music 09:47 American dream is down big + 1998 was peak for US 15:01 Brokies can't afford gold diggers + Politics has rotted patriotism 20:01 Negativy drives curiosity + division drives voting 22:10 Cultural apathy + comedy is free + men are very lonely 26:06 Women out earn men + Saagar is the cleverest Indian 33:27 Young people are pole smokers but having less sex 37:52 Early days of dating apps were meat markets 39:44 Settling down age is older + Bubble quizzing 45:01 Internet has created cultural homogeneity 48:11 Universities are well endowed + generational college attendance 51:12 Coastal elites are disgusted with the rest + antiestablishment comedy 55:15 I've been to Austin more!!! 57:00 Joe Rogan's Mothership comedy club + Austin might BE new comedy scene 01:11:12 Comedy world is treasonous + Joe Rogan really is unique 01:12:34 Saagar was right to move away from mainstream 01:16:23 Most disappointing - networks asks the exact same questions 01:22:40 Saagar's coverage has impact + celebrating good parts of US 01:29:47 Poverty - migrant labor in Gulf states + Mumbai Beach Toilet + Cambodia killing fields 01:34:05 There are right reasons to be patriotic about America 01:38:14 Civil War - the South are too scared of the North 01:41:44 Agent provocateurs at January 6th + BLM riots 01:45:13 Entrapment - ISIS, Gretchen Whitmer and informants allowed to keep wildin' 01:49:41 9/11 blessed the agencies' cashapps + Agency incompetence 01:51:15 Donald Trump Stormy Daniels horse face saga is a red herring 01:56:02 Dems want to run off against Donald Trump 01:58:01 Joe Biden has made us all happier + Trump anti-vote 02:03:40 Tech bubble bursting + not all layoffs mean the same 02:05:05 Shoring up the banks but they play with our money risk free 02:11:56 We believe Transwomen here + cross-dressers teaching kids to read 02:22:40 Christian teachers preaching Creationism + "wrong until they're right" 02:25:13 Andrew attends real, underground Church + Christian music gets Andrew in the feels 02:29:56 Andrew got got + tithing a lot + loopholes in Judaism and Islam 02:33:12 Christianity ain't all bad + Gay uncles protected the tribe 02:36:29 History is just the triumph of the cucks + alpha wolf was a hoax 02:39:47 L.I. wife blesses husband's gf + cuck shed + cucks are in control 02:42:11 Childhood trauma creates monsters 02:44:17 Historical psychos couldn't survive + Catholics HATE + bribing White God
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Morgan and Bill are joined by the hosts of the widely successful and popular podcast "And That's Why We Drink". Em Schulz and Christine Schiefer are bringing their "On The Rocks" tour to Cleveland on Thursday, March 30th at the Agora. Find out more and get tickets: TOUR — And That's Why We Drink (andthatswhywedrink.com)
Kolumbien ist weltgrößer Produzent von Kokain - trotz jahrzehntelangem Kampf der Regierungen gegen den Drogenhandel. Der erste linke Präsident des Landes Gustavo Petro will nun den Koka-Bauern Alternativen bieten und dadurch Frieden schaffen.Schulz, Josephinewww.deutschlandfunk.de, HintergrundDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Grace & Grit Podcast: Helping Women Everywhere Live Happier, Healthier and More Fit Lives
If you have spent even an ounce of time researching “how to change habits”, you have likely bumped into the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. Well… Grace & Grit is hosting its very first book club called, Study It w/ Grace & Grit, and Atomic Habits will be the first book we study. Claire Schulz Bergman, an avid athlete, wellness professional and therapist will be facilitating this book club so I have invited her to the Grace & Grit podcast to have a conversation about her personal journey with behavior change and some of the key principles she will be diving into with book club participants from Atomic Habits. Regardless, of whether you are interested in joining the book club or not, this is a podcast you won't want to miss. So many great reminders and insights in this one! You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-321 Mentioned In This Podcast Study It w/ Grace & Grit Book Club Atomic Habits by James Clear **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: http://bit.ly/GGPReview Ready to Rumble? Join me in the Rumble & Rise Arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
1992 wird in Frankfurt am Main die jüdische Holocaustüberlebende Blanka Zmigrod auf ihrem Nachhauseweg auf offener Straße erschossen. Der Täter ist ein schwedischer Rechtsterrorist. Erst 26 Jahre später wird er verurteilt. Ein politisches Motiv erkennt das Gericht nicht.Schulz, Marina;Janssen, Fabianwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Mikrokosmos – Die KulturreportageDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
In today's episode, we go deep into the idea and components of a good life with Associate Director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, Dr. Marc Schulz. Marc is the co-author of the The Good Life (2023), a Professor of Psychology at Bryn Mawr College, a psychologist, and a practicing therapist. This conversation covers a selection of the interesting and enriching findings presented in Marc's book, practical strategies for developing social fitness, where material wealth should fit into our priorities, and why difficult experiences are such a necessary component of flourishing. The main thrust of Marc's recent work and today's chat is the central importance of relationships and how we can best aid the nurturing and maintenance of these. Key Points From This Episode: Marc introduces the Harvard Study of Adult Development and the field of adult development. Clarifying the language used in the study and the two components that make up the 'good life'. Forging a good life through challenges and difficult experiences. The themes of aspiring and becoming in Marc's understanding of flourishing. Marc talks about the different types of relationships that contribute to a good life. Navigating and handling the inevitable conflict in our relationships. Gratitude and appreciation and the benefits of generosity and giving. The critical role that relationships play in the maintenance of happiness and health. Marc unpacks the idea of social fitness and how we build it through reflection and awareness. Money and happiness; the healthiest ways to use material ambitions as a means rather than an end. Human weakness around forecasting and common regrets that Marc has identified. Marc's strategies for avoiding unnecessary regrets and improving forecasting. A story from The Good Life about human connection, shared interests, and hope. Maintaining human connections within the array of demands on our time. Marc's closing lesson about flourishing and leaning into relationships. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: The Antifragile Academy Dr. Marc Schulz The Good Life Marc Schulz on LinkedIn Bryn Mawr Harvard Study of Adult Development Robert Waldinger Lydia Denworth Why Good Things Happen to Good People Stephen Post Dan Pink Robert Waldinger TED Talk The Shipley School Flourish FM Podcast Flourish FM on Twitter Flourish FM on Instagram Jon Beale Nick Holton
Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
Whats up people, we've got The Machine in the building, Bert Kreischer. Schulz reached out to his 2 bears, 1 cave co-host Tom Segura to get some info on some of Berts fears... turns out he hates clowns and balloons. We DID NOT expect it to end up like this. INDULGE! 00:00 START 01:27 Rolex boys 04:59 WHO Picked berts movie wife? + kissing a new woman 08:42 Why Bert won't cheat + Bert loves to EAT 12:46 Being honest + earning the ability to talk about yourself 15:30 Tosh is the greatest + colluding in poker 20:48 Bert's comedy style + having unbelievable conviction 30:26 Patrice O'Neal story + insight into their lives 32:07 Birth of "The Machine" + being protective about personal life 37:39 Bert LOVES Segura even if Bert gets hurt 41:54 Music industry infiltrated Comedy + wanting to make Comedy 45:58 Stand up clips are gonna end comedy but it WORKS 51:15 Body counts really do count 59:57 Segura sends his regards + "you can't trust them" 01:03:53 Flagrant unspiked Bert's beer 01:04:57 "I can smell them" - Balloon PTSD 01:09:18 Ari is more trustworthy than Flagrant + can't trust Clowns 01:15:04 Bert is terrified of flying + blimp panic attack 01:18:02 Industrial Clown Complex is done 01:19:17 Deaths, Phobias, panic attacks & spelunking 01:39:49 Travel show - cave diving or wingsuiting will be your funeral 01:45:04 Bert is relentless + failure was ultimate blessing 01:54:26 Early Rogan appearances - impacted EVERYTHING 02:04:22 Comics used to hate each other 02:06:41 Blessed to have lived the best life
If you've been using willpower, determination, extreme methods, and/or "shoulding" yourself on your weight loss journey, this episode is for you. Melissa lost 25lbs in 6 months while working my Simple Weight Loss 1:1 Coaching Program. In this episode, we cover her journey to hiring her first 1:1 life coach, deciding to lose weight differently than she ever had, her success losing weight the simple way (yay!), and what it's like now in maintenance. You are going to love this conversation with Melissa! If you loved this episode, give it 5 stars and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform so others can find this podcast. And share this episode with your fellow Life Coach who would love so much to hear about someone's success with losing and maintaining their weight loss! For more on simple weight loss for Life Coaches, you can go to paigebowman.com or find me on Instagram @lifecoachpaigeb. Melissa Schulz is a Parenting and Life Coach for Moms. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, has a Master's degree in Counseling, and has over 20 years of experience working with people with behavioral challenges and their families. She is mama to three wonderful, hilarious, and exhausting young children, and loves reading, crocheting, running, and completing obstacle course races. Featured in this episode: Melissa's FB group: Confidently Mommin' The 3 Super Simple Steps to Weight Loss (episode 5) Book your consult call © 2021 - 2023 Paige Bowman Coaching
Monte Schulz received his M.A. in American Studies from UCSB. published his novel, Down by the River, Jazz Age, and Crossing Eden, or in three parts: This Side of Jordan, The Last Rose of Summer, and The Big Town. also write music, songs of many kinds performed by many fabulous singers, and musicians This episode is brought to you by Authors Unite. Authors Unite provides you with all the resources you need to become a successful author. You can learn more about Authors Unite here: https://authorsunite.com/ Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on my future videos. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/authorsunite/support
Deutschland erreicht sein Klimaziel 2022. Fridays for Future sprechen von einem schwarzen Tag. Warum? In Südamerika suchen Habeck und Özdemir nach Rohstoff- und Klimapartnern. Geht das zusammen? Und was erwartet Kolumbien von Deutschland? (14:25)Schulz, JosephineDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
A Harsh & Necessary Conversation About Death. In this episode, we discuss death and resurrection concerning the death of a child from Gregory P. Schulz's book, The Problem of Suffering: A Father's Hope. SHOW NOTES: Gregory P. Schulz - The Problem of Suffering: A Fathers Hope https://amzn.to/3T2FRJT Hymn Sing Happy Hour https://learn.1517.org/hymn-sing-happy-hour SUPPORT: 1517 Podcast Network https://www.1517.org/podcasts/ Support the work of 1517 https://www.1517.org/donate Warrior Priest Gym & Podcast https://thewarriorpriestpodcast.wordpress.com St John's Lutheran Church (Webster, MN) - FB Live Bible Study Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/356667039608511 Gillespie's Sermons and Catechesis: http://youtube.com/stjohnrandomlake Gillespie Coffee https://gillespie.coffee Gillespie Media https://gillespie.media Tin Foil Haloes https://t.me/bannedpastors The Withertongue Emails: A Pastor's Satanic Temptation, with Apologies to C.S. Lewis https://shop.1517.org/products/the-withertongue-emails-a-pastor-s-satanic-temptation-with-apologies-to-c-s-lewis SUBSCRIBE: YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsvLQ5rlaInxLO9luAauF4A Rumble https://rumble.com/c/c-1223313 Odysee https://odysee.com/@bannedbooks:5 Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books/id1370993639 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/2ahA20sZMpBxg9vgiRVQba Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=214298 Overcast https://overcast.fm/itunes1370993639/banned-books Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9iYW5uZWRib29rcy5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw TuneIn Radio https://tunein.com/podcasts/Religion--Spirituality-Podcasts/Banned-Books-p1216972/ iHeartRadio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-banned-books-29825974/ CONTACT and FOLLOW: Email mailto:BannedBooks@1517.org Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BannedBooksPod/ Twitter https://twitter.com/bannedbooks1517
Are you curious about what research has shown to be a key for happiness? On this episode of the Live Greatly Podcast Kristel Bauer sits down with Dr. Marc Schulz, Co-author of The Good Life: Lessons From the World's Longest Scientific Study on Happiness' which he wrote with Robert Waldinger. Marc and Kristel talk about the results from his research, the importance of high quality relationships and connection for happiness, how you can build meaningful relationships, a look into social fitness and more! Tune in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode: - A look into the keys to happiness from the world'd longest scientific study on happiness. - The importance of high quality relationships. - Is quality or quantity more important when it comes to relationships? - How can you develop more high quality relationships? - A look into social fitness. - How can you build connection? - Importance of vulnerability for building relationships. - The need to be brave to build connection. - How to deal with fear of rejection when building relationships. - The importance of curiosity when it comes to relationships. - How to keep technology from harming our relationships. About Dr. Marc Schulz: Marc Schulz is the associate director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development and the Sue Kardas PhD 1971 Chair in Psychology at Bryn Mawr College. He also directs the Data Science Program and previously chaired the psychology department and Clinical Developmental Psychology PhD program at Bryn Mawr. Dr. Schulz received his BA from Amherst College and his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a practicing therapist with postdoctoral training in health and clinical psychology at Harvard Medical School. Marc is the co-author of the book The Good Life: Lessons From the World's Longest Scientific Study on Happiness (Simon and Schuster; January 10, 2023). Buy Marc's book HERE LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marc-schulz-20663222a/ About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel Bauer is a corporate wellness expert, in-demand Keynote Speaker and TEDx speaker with a mission of supporting companies and individuals on their journeys for more happiness, success & well-being. With Kristel's unique background in Integrative Psychiatry, business and media, she provides invaluable insights and strategies to empower, inspire and motivate companies, leadership and sales teams as well as other groups and organizations. Kristel shares key insights into high-power habits, leadership development, mental well-being, peak performance, resilience, success & a modern approach to work/life balance. Using a blend of authenticity, Psychology & Science, Kristel provides insights to excel in sales and thrive as a team leader. Kristel's messaging supports company profitability while promoting vibrant company cultures with healthier and happier employees. Kristel is a contributing writer for Entrepreneur and she is an influencer in the business and wellness space having been recognized as a Top 10 Social Media Influencer of 2021 in Forbes. As an Integrative Medicine Fellow & Physician Assistant, Kristel has a unique perspective into optimizing well-being and achieving success. Kristel has been featured in Forbes, Forest & Bluff Magazine & Podcast Magazine and she has contributed to Real Leaders Magazine. She has been live on ABC 7 Chicago, WGN Daytime Chicago & Ticker News. To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. Website: www.livegreatly.co Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations. They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests. Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content. Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.
This week, hosts Tom Zalatnai (@tomzalatnai) and Teffer Adjemian (@tefferbear) call up special guest judges Greg Schulz (@giantwerewolf) and Giovanni Colantonio (@marioprime) to hear their arguments for which foods deserve to move forward to the next round of Munch Madness! Will hot sauce prove too hot to handle, or will beef steak home the gold? Will mustard have enough faith to move mountains, or will berries bury the competition? You can follow this show on social media and help vote for tiebreakers @NoBadFoodPod! Help us reach our $50/month goal on Patreon! patreon.com/nobadfoodpod Check out The Depot! www.depotmtl.org Check out Left Trigger Right Trigger! https://www.lefttriggerrighttrigger.com/podcasts Check out The Once And Future Nerd! https://onceandfuturenerd.com/welcome/ Check out Fullmetal Bazinga! https://fullmetalbazinga.libsyn.com/ Check out Digital Trends! https://www.digitaltrends.com/ Listen to Duckspeak! https://duckspeak.bandcamp.com/album/death-to-all-kings Want to be on the show? Tell us why! https://forms.gle/w2bfwcKSgDqJ2Dmy6 MERCH! podcavern.myspreadshop.ca Our logo is by David Flamm! Check out his work (and buy something from his shop!) at http://www.davidflammart.com/ Our theme music is "It Takes A Little Time" by Zack Ingles! You can (and should!) buy his music here: https://zackingles.bandcamp.com/ www.podcavern.com
The Bob Frantz Authority Podcast
It's Monday on Always Right Radio, which means it's always a great time for in depth discussion on federal, state, and local politics, with some of the most knowledgeable minds on the subject.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Saving America won't come from Washington DC. They've proven this time and time again. Democrats, Republicans, it doesn't matter. As we always say on this show, no one is coming to save us; it's up to us. Jonah Schulz joins us today to talk about his new book, which drops today, "Common Sense for a Dying Nation". This book is a blueprint for saving America. It starts with us. With your families. When you read this book, you will be armed to have a conversation with everyone you come across. Also, we close with what we consider the best rendition of the national anthem we've ever heard from Madison Rising. Jonah SchulzFB: Jonah ShulzTwitter: JonahSchulzOHwww.JonahDSchulz.com Madison RisingFB: Madison RisingFB: Made to Rise
Entry Level with Brooks Wheelan
This week we talk to Christine and Em the hosts of "And That's Why We Drink." They discuss giving ghost tours, selling kites, how Chipotle works. This is all before they started they're rad podcast you should check out below if you haven't already. listen here: https://www.andthatswhywedrink.com/ Link to see Brooks live here: brookswheelan.com/dates
Color me excited for episode 88! And you should be too! We check out S2, episode 9 of "The Snoopy Show". Where else can you get baseball, cacti, and fresh-squeezed fun, I mean orange juice? We've also got an episode of the "Peanuts by Schulz" short "Colors", we take a look at This Month in Peanuts History and whatever else we can find in the doghouse. Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Mining by Moonlight", "Bass Walker" and "Hidden Agenda". Thanks to Sean Courtney for the "This Month in Peanuts History" theme. Thanks to Nick Jones for the use of his song "25% Off". Support the show at patreon.com carnivalofgleecreations.com has show info, book info and much more.
Strefa Psyche Uniwersytetu SWPS
Przepisy prawa międzynarodowego w różny sposób dotykają problematyki krzywdzenia dzieci. Dr Anna Natalia Schulz, wieloletni pracownik Centrum Prawa Rodzinnego i Praw Dziecka Instytutu Nauk Prawnych PAN, prezentuje spektrum przepisów prawa międzynarodowego różnej rangi, które stały się źródłem inspiracji zobowiązań polskich w zakresie zapobiegania i zwalczania zarówno przemocy wobec dzieci, jak i innych form krzywdzenia małoletnich. Jak oceniane są realizację zadań państwa w zakresie implementacji postanowień poszczególnych traktatów do prawa wewnętrznego? Z tej perspektywy przeanalizowane zostaną wybrane rozwiązania przyjęte w prawie polskim z zakresu prawa karnego, prawa rodzinnego oraz prawa administracyjnego. Spośród dostępnych rozwiązań polskich wskazane zostaną te, które są w sposób szczególny są chwalone lub ganione przez organy międzynarodowe zajmujące się oceną realizacji międzynarodowych zobowiązań z zakresu ochrony praw dziecka lub rozstrzyganiem skarg na łamanie praw dziecka. W cyklu podcastów “Dziecko, Nastolatek, Dorosły” Strefy Psyche Uniwersytetu SWPS mówimy o zdrowiu psychicznym dzieci i młodzieży. Wraz z psychologami, psychoterapeutami i innymi specjalistami rozmawiamy o przemocy jakiej dzieci i młodzież doświadczają ze strony swoich rówieśników, jak również ze strony dorosłych. Strefa Psyche Uniwersytetu SWPS to projekt popularyzujący wiedzę psychologiczną na najwyższym merytorycznym poziomie oraz odkrywający możliwości działania, jakie daje psychologia w różnych sferach życia zarówno prywatnego, jak i zawodowego. Projekt obejmuje działania online, których celem jest umożliwienie rozwoju każdemu, kto ma taką potrzebę lub ochotę, niezależnie od miejsca, w którym się znajduje. Więcej o projekcie: https://web.swps.pl/strefa-psyche
I love this episode. This episode is why I love having a podcast. Dr. Mark has had he pleasure of directing the Harvard Study of Adult Development, which is the longest scientific study of happiness ever conducted. Radical for its time in 1938, the first-of-its-kind study is now in its 84th year, going strong with an 84% retention rate. In his new book, THE GOOD LIFE, Dr. Schulz teaches us how to proactively create happiness for ourselves by focusing on what keeps you healthy rather than what makes you sick. In this episode we go into detail about truly what makes us happy, and the science that got him to this conclusion. Honestly, this episode is truly heart-warming and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode Go to www.stamps.com and use the code BEST for 4-week trail Go to www.sundaysfordogs.com/BEST or use code best at checkout for 35% off your first order Go to www.perelel.com and use code BEST15 for a 30-day money back guarantee Go to www.thirdlove.com/best for 20% off your first order Produced by Dear Media
Shermer and Schulz discuss: an operational definition of the “good life” or “happiness” or “well being” • the reliability (or unreliability) of self-report data in social science • relative roles of genes, environment, hard work, and luck in how lives turn out • personality and to what extent it can be scientifically measured and studied • factors in early childhood that shape mental health in mid and late life • generational differences: • the impact of loneliness • misconceptions about happiness • what social fitness is and how to exercise it • what most people get wrong about achievement, and more… Marc Schulz is the associate director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development and the Sue Kardas PhD 1971 Chair in Psychology at Bryn Mawr College. He also directs the Data Science Program and previously chaired the psychology department and Clinical Developmental Psychology PhD program at Bryn Mawr. Dr. Schulz received his BA from Amherst College and his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a practicing therapist with postdoctoral training in health and clinical psychology at Harvard Medical School. His new book, co-authored with Robert Waldinger, is The Good Life: Lessons from the World's Longest Scientific Study of Happiness.
What makes for a good life? What makes for a happy life? Marc Schulz, PhD, associate director of the 85-year-old Harvard Study of Adult Development, talks about what researchers have learned from the world's longest scientific study of happiness about relationships, money, success and what really leads to a happy life. For more information and transcripts visit Speaking of Psychology.
AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
The Tom Renz Show – Pastor Greg Schulz decided to stand up against the woke mob and called out language and policy that was racist at the university and was fired over it. Schulz is a philosophy professor, and now the newly installed CUW President, Erik Ankerberg, is in talks with Schulz to reinstate his position. Now let's think about this for a moment, what is racism?
Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
Whats up people, today we have Johnny Mitchell to discuss how he got linked up with the Sinaloa cartel, how he eventually got caught, and how he survived 3 years in federal prison. INDULGE! 00:00 Intro 00:43 Johnny didn't snitch 01:55 Johnny freelanced for the cartel 03:44 Did anyone try to climb Johnny's tree? 05:53 Johnny's first fight in prison 07:35 Different types of jail 08:28 Swedish jail is like summer camp 10:08 Schulz obeys the law because he's scared of a booty bandits 14:07 Scariest person he met in jail is a dude with a tiny pecker 20:11 Scariest thing about prison is male pattern baldness 22:07 How Johnny became a professional dealer 26:30 Coke is where the money is 29:31 Johnny got robbed while playing Mario kart 35:20 Sinaloa - home of Weed + Speaking Spanish is worse 41:30 Johnny was making $80k a month 46:19 How CNN taught Johnny to traffick drugs 56:31 Everybody wants to be seen, including the cartel 01:01:08 Nobody wants to be the boss anymore 01:03:36 How freelancing led to Fentanyl 01:08:05 Comedy is like drug dealing 01:09:11 Dealing with mafia nepo-babies 01:13:20 Johnny is 0/1 with bribes 01:21:35 Johnny made $1 million selling 01:23:48 Where do you hide that much money? 01:30:33 Laundering money though gifts 01:32:20 Middlemen drug dealers + Business acumen 01:38:51 Embracing your past 01:41:40 How Johnny would start again… 01:46:31 Paying US Border agents + Legalisation 01:55:18 Portland Whites are weird 02:00:09 European Mafias + Bootlegging created Presidents 02:09:13 Crack + crime + overcorrection 02:13:45 Moving guns + Cartels wanted the wall 02:19:17 Narco-states built around Tourism 02:21:36 This is a lonely life + adjusting to civilian life 02:25:45 Moving drugs in prison + Racial lines aren't as strict 02:33:00 Solitary confinement is torture + time flies in prison 02:40:02 Working in the kitchen + Real camaraderie 02:43:38 Difference between Snitch and Rat 02:45:26 Family impact - mom, dad and Jimmy 02:50:44 Comedy in prison is the best 02:54:53 Every prisoner has a gf 02:56:30 Taliban contacted Johnny for consulting 02:57:41 Being the last bootlegger - “no regrets” 02:59:26 Smashing out Cartel's girl + Risk taking
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before
Marc Schulz shares key findings on the secret to happiness from the longest longitudinal study in the world (the Study of Adult Development at Harvard Medical School), which has profiled thousands of people over 84 years, why success and career don't fulfill people, why deep relationships do, and why it's never too late to grow happier and how to do it. Show Notes On The Rise Newsletter
Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
What up people, Schulzy reacts to the media drama around the "You People" kiss, Leo Dicaprio's new girlfriend, and the Chinese spy balloon that got shot down. INDULGE! 00:00 Schulz and Akaash kiss 00:47 “You People” respects people's boundaries 06:33 Matt Dillon is the original Champagne Papi 08:39 Supporting local charity case 13:46 Ep. 4 of The Last of Us 16:18 DiCaprio's new teenage friend 32:36 Tom Brady has a new girlfriend? 34:11 DiCaprio is a true talent scout 36:31 Sliding on Chinese Spy Balloon 41:35 Favorite rabbit and being washed 44:22 Sam Smith exploiting Christian outrage? 49:01 Being a cat and peanut butter lover 51:22 Francis Ngannou will fight Tyson Fury 01:01:43 Conor McGregor coming back 01:07:56 Gareth Reynolds joins - no-one wanted Akaash 01:12:43 Gareth's standup + Weeeeeed 01:16:06 Ayahuasca opens up EVERYTHING 01:23:37 Gareth's podcast + being a cracker 01:32:29 Which minority would you sacrifice for success? 01:36:55 Ayanhuasca and grandma's peach 01:43:01 Can you name the BTS members? 01:51:07 Cracker music time + new special
Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
What up people, Schulz was so moved by MrBeast curing 1000 people of blindness, he chose to help 1 person see again too. 00:00 Alexx copying Andrew's swag 11:13 Mr Beast really might be Jesus 20:15 Flagrant wants to help the needy 36:25 Superbowl + Texas v NY + Roasting Akaash's fit 57:19 LeBron meltdown - fans are more embarrassing 01:06:05 Atrioc Deepfake Twitch Controversy 01:18:44 Prime sponsoring UFC 01:20:19 Sky Bri's Poo Cleaning Services 01:24:24 Nike suing Bape - streetwear gone too far?
Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
Yeerrrrr the boys went to fashion week and came back looking INDULGENT 00:00 Models hitting the runway 01:24 Andrew loves Paris now 05:33 We're all hypocrites when it comes to Fashion 13:00 Mark isn't fashionable enough 17:04 Chinese journalist breaks down Covid & Jack Ma disappearance 25:25 KidSuper was the show at Paris Fashion Week 43:20 Jamiel is an LGBTQIA+ ALLY 45:09 Akaash LOVES Las Vegas: guns, shows & not gambling 51:42 Chifftie + Andrew Poo Poo pants stories 01:02:24 Andrew found Adolf & Dov melted 01:09:02 Mark denies eating Andrew's only almond croissant 01:19:43 Deadeye Alec Baldwin charged 01:31:26 Hilaria Baldwin Spanglish accent strikes again 01:38:59 Shannon Sharpe wants that smoke 01:42:02 Crowder v Shapiro 01:55:42 How about them Cowboys! 02:04:09 UK got the biggest CAKES