There's nothing like watching your favorite sports team live and in-person. The roar of the crowd. The smell of the concession stand. The suspense of the game clock winding down to its final seconds. But would you have guessed that behind every ticket purchase, box of cracker jacks, and Jumbotron moment, there are teams of data professionals working to make your fan experience even more seamless and engaging?Joining Cindi today to discuss the data and analytics powering our favorite sports events are Jay Riola, the SVP of Strategy & Innovation for the Orlando Magic, and Charlie Shin, the VP of Data Strategy and Analytics for the Indianapolis Colts. With perspectives from both the NBA and the NFL, Jay and Charlie explore the evolution of mobile ticketing, challenges with identity management, the importance of building fan trust, and the most surprising insights they've ever discovered within their data. Key TakeawaysCustomers expect more for their data: When customers share their data, they expect something in return. Respecting their privacy and keeping their data safe are the bare minimum. They expect real, tangible value. As a business, your responsibility is to use this data to enhance their experience. Whether that be through custom offers, more relevant content recommendations, or more seamless purchasing experiences, what matters most is that you're delivering on the expectation of value.Collecting data is one thing, putting it together is another: While technologies like mobile payments and social media have made it easier for businesses to collect data, they've also added complexity to the process of building accurate customer profiles. To truly understand the person on the other side of the screen, you must have the right skills and infrastructure to bring all that data together. Great data scientists need to be a triple threat: It is no longer enough to be very good at the technical components of your job and “so-so” at translating insights into actionable recommendations for business stakeholders. The best data scientists have technical chops, a deep understanding of how their business works, and the storytelling skills to turn insights into influence.Key QuotesCharlie:“In sports, they started off by focusing on the product, which is the on-field performance, our players. So a lot of the emphasis was using datas to optimize their investments, enhance their quality of on-field performance. But as the competition grew… now we've seen a shift where the focus is more on the customers and their experience in addition to the on-field quality.”“Identity management is a key topic in sports at this point… We have a variety of different data sources, whether it's ticketing, merchandising, digital engagement, or website or apps, there's a lot of information that's coming through. And then we're trying to figure out how do we tie all this together so that we have that clear understanding of that single view of our customers across these touchpoints. And I don't think this is just a sports industry challenge, right? I think it's a challenge across all industries that manage consumer information.”Jay:“We were a pretty early adopter of variable ticket pricing and thinking about the value from a ticket perspective of our games differently based on the team that we were playing, the time of the year, whether it was early in the season versus later in the season, obviously weekday versus weekend, but just recognizing that the marketplace values these games differently and so should we... Then it became, how do we dynamically price our tickets? How are we changing pricing as we approach games to reflect the demand situation that we have or if an opponent is performing better or worse than we expected, and we can raise or lower pricing. I think where data is really helping guide us… is product development and thinking about ticketing in new and kind of transformational ways.”“We have seen significant growth in ticketing revenue and improvement in retention of fans, as we've introduced this more sophisticated way of thinking about pricing and sales to our business. And I would venture to guess that most teams that have implemented this are seeing returns as well in terms of revenue growth and also total ticket sold.”“We are fortunate to work in an industry where fans are more willing to share their data with us… But I do think that the same expectations do come along, which is I'm giving you something and in return, there's an expectation, obviously that you will protect my data and store it safely… but also that now you're going to enrich my experience with you somehow… I think it's kind of shifting responsibility to companies to be far more active in how they think about not just security and data management, but returning value on that expectation that will come from your fans and your consumers.”About CharlieCharlie Shin is a highly analytical customer strategy and marketing executive with global and domestic experience in data analytics, strategic planning, project management, customer segmentation, customer relationship management, and KPI management. He excels at guiding enterprise data strategy, CRM initiatives, and organization-wide marketing technology infrastructure.Prior to joining the Colts, Charlie was a VP of Strategy & Analytics at MLS for past 15 years where he developed the foundation and enhanced league-wide data strategy, analytic capabilities and CRM technology infrastructure. He also worked as a senior business consultant at Samsung OpenTide and PwC Consulting for over six years managing various projects related to customer strategy, CRM strategy, performance marketing, customer segmentation and new business model development. In addition, he currently serves as an adjunct faculty at NYU and Columbia University.Charlie holds a BA in business administration from Yonsei University and an MS in sports business from New York University.About JayJay Riola is entering his 16th season with the Orlando Magic. He was promoted to senior vice president of strategy & innovation in July 2019. Riola oversees the Magic's business strategy and innovation efforts including data engineering, strategy and analytics, mobile strategy, CRM, digital marketing and marketing technology, as well as other strategic initiatives and special projects.Riola started with the Magic as an intern in 2006 and worked as part of the Magic's internal team overseeing the design and construction of the Amway Center, which opened in 2010. Since 2010, he has worked in several roles to grow the Magic's data and analytics program from a small, startup effort into a department that is regarded by sports industry professionals as a best-in-class team. Riola has also helped lead the Magic's mobile strategy and digital technology efforts, including advancement of the team's mobile app and development of new and innovative digital ticketing solutions. In 2016, he helped lead the process to bring the Orlando Magic's G-League team, the Lakeland Magic, to Lakeland, Florida, negotiating the deal with the City of Lakeland and the RP Funding Center.In addition to his role with the Magic, Riola is an adjunct instructor with the DeVos Sport Business Management Graduate Program at the University of Central Florida, where he teaches a sport business analytics course. He is active in the broader sports business industry serving on several boards and advisory committees, including currently serving as chair for UCF's DeVos Sports Business Management Program's Advisory Board, Baylor University's Center for Sports Strategy and Sales (S3), KORE Software's Customer Advisory Board, the Greater Orlando Sports Commission's Human Rights Committee for its 2026 FIFA World Cup Candidate City Bid and the NBA's Team Innovation Advisory Council (TIAC). Riola also serves on the board of Sports2Change, a nonprofit organization he founded that encourages volunteerism among youth student-athletes in Central Florida.Riola received his bachelor's degree in business administration with concentrations in finance and marketing from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas in 2006, where he played on the men's basketball team. He received his MBA from the University of Florida in 2011. Riola currently resides in Orlando's College Park neighborhood with his wife, Julia. They have a daughter, Madeline, and a son, Mason.--The Data Chief is presented by our friends at ThoughtSpot. Searching through your company's data for insights doesn't have to be complicated. With ThoughtSpot, anyone in your organization can easily answer their own data questions, find the facts, and make better, faster decisions. Learn more at thoughtspot.com.
Searching for the perfect Costa Rica rainforest vacation? Look no further. The Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica is seriously incredible. Home to 2.5% of the world's biodiversity, you'll be immersed in nature from the second you hop off the boat at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge. Explore the Golfo Dulce, spot all kinds of animals on self-guided or guided hikes, and relax by an untouched beach. Listen for all the details on how to have the perfect stay in this remote part of the world! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/costa-rica-rainforest-vacation-playa-nicuesa-rainforest-lodge/
Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y'all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!! I feel like I ended 2021 crawling to the finish line. (Anyone else?) I felt completely burnt out, so I did a few things: I took the last month off and I hired a business coach. It honestly has felt like therapy. I decided to record our first session and share it with you. I got real, I also got defensive at times, I cried, and reached some real breakthroughs. I want you to have a raw and unedited look into my life, my career, my process, and what makes me tick and where I'm stuck. And hopefully in the process… you can experience some breakthroughs of your own. LEADERSHIP Who inspires you? Who do you think is the greatest leader of all time? Who do you think is the greatest leader living today? Is there a person in your own life– friend, mentor, coach, family member– whose leadership has impacted you greatly? Now, how would you rate your leadership on a scale of 1-10? If you were living at a 10, how would your life look? What would be different? Similar? What would you let go of? What would you be doing? How would you be being? For all of the above…ask yourself: WHY? Tease these questions out. Sit with them. Process. Dig deep. Living in the Gap There's reality. Then there's our goal, vision, hope, dream– whatever you want to call it. In between the two there's a gap. In the gap lives: fear, failure, comparison. We get to decide whether or not we allow the gap to inform or define us. (I've often let the gap define me). My Book Launch I was told that my goal should be to sell 40,000 books. After 8 months, I am close to 10,000 book sales. I felt like I have done everything I can to sell this book. I felt like a failure. But then I spoke with friends and found out that the typical book sells 5,000 copies in its entire life cycle. Reflection Questions Where are you playing small in your life? Who are you when you don't get what you want? Are you letting the gap between your vision and reality define you? Take It Further Johan and I are hosting a vision casting workshop together on January 26th at 8:30pm EST. You can sign up here. Resources Sign up for my 2022 vision casting workshop with Johan here. Join Patreon to hear next week's episode right now: “How I went from $7 a day to a 6-figure book deal” and to get access to monthly group coaching calls with me! Listen to my 2021 reflection podcast episode here. Check out Rockefeller Center on IG at @rockefellercenter and Twitter at @rockcenternyc
To kick off 2022, the boys pack bowls of Duckzilla - a homemade cross between Ducksfoot and Vanilla Gorilla and rip into the headlines. Then, they wonder how Jews and Cannabis influenced the wizarding world of Harry Potter. Later, the boys dust off the old random number generator and dig into commandment #410 in the not so weekly segment, the 613 of the week! While you're reading this, help us grow the show! Check out our new $1/month Big Spender level, and of course our $4.20/month Tokin' Supporter, and $10/month Bubbe Kush levels on Patreon! And if you dig the show, please leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter: @JewsWondering and become our besties on Facebook: @JewsWondering. Or email us at WonderingJewsPodcast@gmail.com. Headlines from this episode: NASA Hired A Bunch Of Theologians To Study How People Will React To Discovering AliensDEA Wants To Help Parents Decode The Emojis Young People Use To Discuss Marijuana And Other ‘Bomb Ass' DrugsBrazilian court fines American Airlines for 'emotional suffering' to passengers denied kosher foodPick a card, or let it pick you: Oakland artist Ava Sakaya Rosen's Torah-inspired tarot deck Former champ Yuri Foreman is now the ‘Vegan Boxing Rabbi,' certifying kosher doughnutsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wonderingjews)
Sometimes tough love is the best kind of love, especially when it comes to your recovery journey. While self-compassion is essential, these hard truths might hit home for you and help you get out of your own way so you can truly reach full recovery. In this podcast we discuss: 10 hard truths about recovery Are you doing just enough or what is optimal for your recovery Weight gain as a necessity and how to overcome the fear of restoring your weight in order to restore your health How high intensity exercise can't simply be cancelled out by eating more in recovery Accepting that there are no short cuts in recovery Making the big changes that will propel your recovery instead of focusing on tiny little ones Searching for the answers you want instead of accepting the truth about what you need to change to recover The problem with only wanting to gain weight as muscle mass in recovery Sneaky compensation such as reducing your training intensity or volume but then increasing walking Why stress management is so important to regaining your period Body image work and why it's so critical to recovery maintenance . ❤️ Join my newsletter list for weekly motivation and inspiration and you'll also receive a FREE copy of my eBook "31 Ways to Boost Your Body Image" ❤️ Ready to get your period back? Join the next round of Healing Hypothalamic Amenorrhea! This 8-week, hybrid group and 1:1 coaching program is designed to help you recover your period while improving your relationship with food, exercise and your body. Find out details and sign up here: https://sarahlizking.com/healing-ha/ ❤️ Looking for a supportive recovery community? For all the support, resources and strategies you need on your recovery journey, join us in Recovery Club today! ❤️ Work with me and my team to improve your relationship with food and exercise by heading to www.sarahlizking.com and filling out the contact form. ❤️ If you enjoyed this episode please leave a 5⭐️ review and share a screenshot on Instagram by tagging myself @sarahlizking and I'll be sure to reshare.
Shawn Coleman welcomes DaMichael Cole of the Commercial Appeal to discuss the Grizzlies success during their streak, but a few areas of struggles the Grizzlies can improve. Plus, Jaren and Melton getting back on track, and the significance of MLK Day for the Grizzlies and Memphis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Are you curious what Don Higgins would suggest when looking for hunting land to buy? In this episode, we discuss how to search for land like a professional and what key characteristics are king when buying hunting land. Steps covered: Step 0: The MONEY
Homily for the Wednesday of the First Week in Ordinary Time What happens when we awaken to find ourselves in the nighttime of life? When life seems to get hard, or things happen that we never wanted to happen, it's difficult to keep the faith sometimes. In those times it seems as if there is only darkness and Jesus is nowhere to be seen. Some will assume he has forsaken them, so they will abandon their faith. They will give up on the Church and Jesus himself. So what do we do when Jesus sneaks off and we feel all alone just like Peter did? We learn that this is not about Jesus escaping or getting away, but it's about prayer; his and ours. It's no longer about what is happening around us or to us but what is happening within us. Regardless of how dark it may seem, Jesus never leaves us. He may withdraw but that does not mean he is absent. His withdrawing is in reality an invitation for us to move to a new place, to the deserted place. He calls us out of the comfort of the house into the vulnerability of the wilderness. It is a deserted and desolate place; a place where there is only prayer. There, we are alone with the Alone. Jesus doesn't let us sit in comfortability; oftentimes, He moves us to the uncomfortable. Our hearts either searches for the Lord diligently, or we go back to what we're used to doing. Today, let your hearts be as stretched as Peter's heart was in wanting to be with Jesus so you can encounter and receive Him.
In this episode of The Broken Catholic Show, Joseph Warren interviews Tim Wright Lutheran Pastor & Author of Searching for Tom Sawyer ...to discuss why boys/men feel like they are losing in church. Links WonderOfParenting.com ★ Subscribe Apple | Stitcher | iHeart BLOW UP ROCKS™ ELITE VIP COACHING FOR MEN I Help Christian Husbands Go From Angry & Stressed to PEACE & PURPOSE without Therapy or Marriage Counseling! - BlowUpRocks.com Music: Purple-Planet.com
In 1968, an exhibition titled “New Perspectives in Black Art” opened in the Kaiser Center Gallery of the Oakland Museum. The show was curated by Evangeline “E.J.” Montgomery, a woman who was at the nucleus of the West Coast's vibrant Black Arts movement during that radical era. According to Montgomery, the “New Perspectives” collection was “the first time that a Black Arts association has organized and set up their own art exhibit in a museum of this size.” Now, more than five decades later, Oakland-raised radio producer Babette Thomas is revisiting the life and legacy of E.J. Montgomery in a new season of SFMOMA's Raw Material podcast called “Visions of Black Futurity.” Across seven episodes, Thomas will explore the local roots of the Black Arts movement to understand how this often overlooked past could inform the kind of future they want to see, a future of Black creative expression released from the limitations of traditional art institutions. Explaining why they chose to focus this series on E.J. Montgomery, Thomas explained, “Black Art was her language, and she used it to advocate for the role and work of Black artists and ensure that Black art was accessible to the communities to whom it mattered to the most.” Listen to the podcast now to hear episode one of Raw Material's “Visions of Black Futurity” and an interview with Babette Thomas covering what they discovered about the history of California Black Arts while making this series. See photos related to this episode here: https://eastbayyesterday.com/episodes/black-art-was-her-language/ More about Raw Material: https://www.sfmoma.org/raw-material-a-podcast-from-sfmoma/ East Bay Yesterday can't survive without your support. Please donate to keep this show alive: www.patreon.com/eastbayyesterday
Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is my very good friend Marc Clair, the co-founder, host and producer of ‘Lions of Liberty' podcast. Over the last eight years, Lions of Liberty has become a leading platform for libertarian voices in the alternative media. I have had the pleasure of joining him on his podcast multiple times and have even been able to assist him in his own expat journey overseas. On today's podcast, Marc and I discuss his expat journey leaving Los Angeles where he had lived for more than a decade to now living in Mexico City. We discuss the struggles and craziness of dealing with the Mexican government to get residency and in the USA to get a green card for his wife and stepson. What a journey Marc has had these past few years, here are some of the things we talk about… First off, what is a libertarian? What does it mean to be a libertarian? Do we all think the same, do we have the same ideas…do we wave around a libertarian flag? How neither Marc nor I became overnight libertarians. It became our ideals, our way of life and what brought us to this point in our lives. I think you will love this conversation. Expat living is a vehicle towards freedom and liberty. Are you leaning towards leaving your home country? Wondering what all the hype is about. Marc and I discuss the real struggles of leaving your home and all the things you take for granted. We talk about the little things that drive us crazy about living in Panama and Mexico and the old adage of 'mañana'. If you're American or Canadian, you'll feel our pain. Marc talks about the nightmare of dealing with immigration in the USA and the time it has taken to complete the paperwork. And in the end, has it been worth it? All these extra steps, and time spent…has it been worth it? Being an expat, leaving your family behind? Going for a green card? Immigration? I talk a lot about being a libertarian and a lot of my guests are libertarians. If you are interested in the philosophy and really resonate with what we talk about, then this episode will speak to you. PODCAST EPISODES YOU WILL ENJOY https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/alex-bales (165: Digital Nomad Life In The Middle East, Balkans, and the Caucasus During The Pandemic – Alex Bales ) https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/chase-warrington (157: Working Remote From Spain - Chase Warrington ) https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/linda-mueller/ (151: Helping Spouses Cope With Expat Life – Linda Mueller) BEST WAY TO REACH MARC CLAIR What a giant Marc has been in the liberty podcasting world. His numbers really do speak for themselves. http://lionsofliberty.com (LionsOfLiberty.com) Non-political realm - comic book nerds visit Marc at http://secondprintcomics.com (SecondPrintComics.com) CONCLUSION: I have been waiting for 3 years to have Marc on my show. I've had the pleasure of being a guest on the Lions of Liberty Podcast a few times now, so it was fun to get to chat with him about his expat journey. Here are some of my episodes on the Lions of Liberty podcast: https://www.lionsofliberty.com/episodes/unplug-your-kids-from-the-matrix?rq=Mikkel%20Thorup (Unplug Your Kids from the Matrix) https://www.lionsofliberty.com/archives/2019/06/17/can-you-achieve-liberty-by-becoming-an-expat-mikkel-thorup-on-expat-secrets?rq=Mikkel%20Thorup (Can You Achieve Liberty by Becoming an Expat?) https://www.lionsofliberty.com/archives/2019/12/30/life-and-liberty-as-an-expat-a-roundtable-w-mikkel-thorup-james-guzman-and-mike-michelini?rq=Mikkel%20Thorup (Life and Liberty as an Expat) Support this podcast
In the first episode of the year 2022, Kimi and Christy discuss the idea of "truly trusting yourself." Kimi pledges to rely more on her intuition in the new year, and they discuss all the things that get in the way of our inner knowing. Searching for answers in books, articles, podcasts, and friends and family (when we already know the answer). They challenge you to let this year be the one you finally listen to your quiet whispers and let them guide your life decisions, big and small. Sign up for Kimi and Christy's newsletter here for tools to thrive, words of wisdom, and stuff that makes you smile...straight to your inbox. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode we welcome the legendary Pete Wingfield to Hammersmith to discuss his career as a keyboard player, record producer and music journalist. We start by asking Pete about Soulbeat, the fanzine he started at Wellington College, and about the network of R&B fans in mid-'60s Britain. From there we learn about Mike Vernon's Blue Horizon label (and Chipping Norton studio); about Pete's 1967 trip to America, where he met Otis Redding at Stax studios; and about the Breakfast Special album that produced his big 1975 hit 'Eighteen with a Bullet'. Fast-forwarding to 1981, Pete tells Barney, Mark & Jasper about Sylvia Robinson, the Sugarhill Gang, and cutting Mel Brooks' rap hit 'It's Good to be the King' in a basement studio in Mortlake — the same place where he produced Dexys Midnight Runners' No. 1 hit 'Geno'. A brief discussion of Dexys and Searching for the Young Soul Rebels leads into recollections of touring with the reunited Everly Brothers, producing the Proclaimers' '500 Miles' and playing on Paul McCartney's 1999 covers album Run Devil Run. Clips from Cliff White's 1980 audio interview with New Orleans great Lee Dorsey provide the perfect excuse to express our abiding love of Lee and of Allen Toussaint's Crescent City soul sound. Staying in a southern vein, we mark the passing of country-soul king Joe Simon, who died in December. We also bid a sad farewell to beloved Radio 1 deejay Janice Long. Mark talks us out with quotes from pieces about Kathy Kirby, Van Dyke Parks, Prince's Controversy and Shelby Lynne, while Jasper brings us up to date with his thoughts on Taku Sugimoto, Wolf Alice and Sampa the Great. Pieces discussed: Pete Wingfield, Twenty Essential Soul Records, The Sugarhill Gang, Dexys Midnight Runners, Searching for the Young Soul Rebels, Lee Dorsey audio, Wingfield on Toussaint, Joe Simon, Janice Long, George Harrison and Eric Clapton, The Band, Prince's Controversy, Kathy Kirby, Van Dyke Parks, Shelby Lynne, Taku Sugimoto, Wolf Alice and Sampa the Great. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Few things make podcasters happier than a slew of emails from deeply engaged listeners filled with praise for the latest episode. Good work if you can get it. But should you expect and encourage it? Do you want more engagement from your listeners? Sure. But do your listeners want to engage with you? Well... Keep in mind that for almost every type of creator—books, tv shows, movies, Michelin-rated chefs—engagement with their audience is rare. And engagement during the time of creation is unheard of. Some of the perceived need for podcasters to get immediate feedback stems from the podcasting versus radio fight that's going on two decades now. Our RSS feeds could out-distance their radio towers. But they could have live callers. And we couldn't. Boo. Should we podcasters give up on the idea of getting more engagement from our listeners? No. But we probably should better understand what engagement opportunities we do have. Not all engagements need to be live. And I'm encouraged by the efforts of companies like PodInbox who are improving podcast-specific forms of engagement. But at the same time, maybe podcasting already have enough engagement from listeners? Searching, finding, subscribing to or following, listening... These are forms of engagement that our listeners are doing right now. And honestly, it's the kind of engagement that podcasts are best set up to receive. I almost hate to say it, but the majority of your audience will not get any benefit from engaging more deeply with you or your podcast than they already are. It is very natural for us to want more engagement from our audience. But we serious podcasters need to first make sure we're giving our audience good reasons to engage with our content in the first place. ----- Links Getting more than 10K downloads per episode? Talk to https://evoterra.link/gumball (Gumball.fm)! https://podcastpontifications.com/episode/giving-your-podcasts-listeners-a-public-voice-with-podinbox (Giving Your Podcast's Listeners A Public Voice With PodInbox ) https://evoterra.link/podinbox (PodInbox) - A place for your audience to ask questions and share their stories. Over 100K active podcasters trust https://evoterra.link/buzz (Buzzsprout). This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Support this podcast
Woods and Paul start the 7am hour playing some of the different radio calls from around the world during Georgia's game-clinching pick 6 last night. Then we discuss the idea of searching your name (or your spouse's name) on Twitter to see what people are saying about you, and at the bottom of the hour, Woods and Paul take on the challenge of playing the awful 17 minute Bob Dylan song "Murder Most Foul" in it's entirety after they were told they wouldn't do it... Listen here!
About the Head of the Snake Series In May of 2011, Mark Owen crossed the Afghanistan-Pakistan border on a mission to capture/kill Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda - to decapitate “The Head of the Snake.” But that night in Abbottabad, Pakistan is just a part of Mark's story. In this special four-part series of Danger Close, Jack sits down for an extended interview with Mark to discuss the story you haven't heard. Starting with Mark's childhood in a remote Alaskan community to his early days in the SEAL Teams to 9/11 and the sustained combat that followed to his selection and training for a team at the highest echelons of special operations, this is Mark Owen unfiltered, candid, and uncensored. Mark would go on to take part in high-profile operations like the mission to rescue Captain Richard Phillips from Somali pirates and the search for Bowe Bergdahl. He would later work his way up a stairwell in a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan and into a hallway where the most wanted terrorist in the world waited… But, as Jack and Mark discuss, the aftermath of the raid would not only change the public profile of Naval Special Warfare, it would also alter the course of Mark's life in ways he could have never anticipated. IRONCLAD and SIG Sauer proudly present, The Head of the Snake: The Killing of UBL, a special Danger Close event. Part 2: A New Kind of War In the weeks following the 9/11 attacks, the United States found itself grappling with a new war–and a new kind of warfare. In this episode of the Head of the Snake series, Mark Owen discusses the early days of the war in Afghanistan and what military leaders got wrong in the wake of 9/11. As special operations tactics began to evolve, so did their approach to technology. Jack and Mark discuss the evolution of gear, and the role it's played in the fight against terror. As the U.S. military adapts to an evolved style of warfare, Mark found himself on one of his team's most dangerous missions to date: Searching for missing Army soldier Bowe Bergdahl in the lawless badlands of Afghanistan. Mark Owen's first book - No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama Bin Laden Mark Owen's second book - No Hero: The Evolution of a Navy SEAL Sponsors: Today's episode is presented by SIG Sauer. Today's show is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee.
Today's podcast is also available as in video format: https://youtu.be/plgag7h2vPY In nearly 4 years of recording these sorts of long-form discussions, I can honestly say that this was one of the best conversations I've ever had. I struggled to even give it a title. I never want to hype something up, so please trust me when I say that you'll really want to watch or listen to this whole thing. The crescendo of where we get to by the end together is still stirring my heart now. Long time listeners to Deep Talks know each of these gentlemen, but if you're new to the channel/podcast they are: Andy Squyres is a singer-songwriter, author & pastor from Charlotte, North Carolina best known for his song Cherry Blossoms. Andy recently released a masterful record entitled Poet Priest as well as a new book filled with collection of essays, poetry, and images entitled "Poet Priest, Vol. 1" John Mark McMillan is a Platinum-selling songwriter & artist best known for his songs How He Loves, Future/Past, & King of My Heart. Ted Kim is senior pastor of Evanston Vineyard. He did his undergrad degree at the University of Chicago and has Masters of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. If you find this podcast to be helpful and you want to see it continue ad-free, would you consider becoming a supporter on Patreon? Members of the Deep Talks Patreon Community receive bonus Q & A Episodes, articles, charts, discussion forums and more. We even have a MONTHLY Group Hangout on Zoom so you can build relationships with others across the world and practice theology and meaning-making together. Help us reach our first goal of 300 patrons in order to sustain weekly, ad-free theological and philosophical education to anyone with an internet connection! https://www.patreon.com/deeptalkstheologypodcast To Subscribe & Review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deep-talks-exploring-theology-and-meaning-making/id1401730159 Connect with Paul Anleitner on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/PaulAnleitner
U.S. Air Force veteran and founder of Patriot Radio Network, Seth Brees, discusses searching for wisdom to live beyond the rut.See the full show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/289.Beyond the Rut is a proud member of the Lima Charlie Network empowering others to reach new heights in leadership, self-development, and communication. You can learn more at LimaCharlieNetwork.com. HeroFront is a veteran-owned podcast. We listen to inspiring stories from some of the greatest "heroes" around the world to include leaders in business, inspiring authors, innovative entrepreneurs, and motivational speakers. They all share stories of resilience and hope to inspire those struggling with their mental health. Some of these heroes you have never heard of until now.Sit back, relax, and let's listen to a LEGEND build their legacy.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/beyondtherut)
How do you see yourself walking into 2022? Stepping in with confidence Sliding in like a ballplayer to home base and hoping you are safe Smiling but underneath you feel like you are barely holding on Searching for a place to rest and to try and breathe normal again. Maybe you relate to one or all of these statements. There isn't a right or wrong answer. I've spent a lot of time listening this past year and I've noticed that all of us are weary in some way. As we peer ahead into 2022 we wonder what life will look like? Do we want to know? We long for peace. We long for hope. We long for connection and to not be divided. The scars of sorrow run deep through our souls from the past couple of years and we wonder how much more can we handle? Jesus says come to me all who weary and I will give you rest. We don't enter this year on our own, but we enter into with our Immanuel, the God who is with us. Jesus gives you His peace and the rest He promises is for this moment and all the moments to come. Friends, I am so excited. Deb Burma will be co-hosting a special podcast series with me called Weary Traveler. In this episode, we will take a look at Psalm 63 and see how God strengthened King David's weary heart and how this Psalm can help you too. Deb and I will also share some ideas of what you can do when you are feeling weary. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/brock-hewitt-stories-in-sound/through-darkness License code: 27VKNUPK6CPXSHYO
On this episode of Searching For San Antonio, host Zachary Espericueta sits down with April Ancira to discuss how she began in her family's business, how the city (and Ancira) has embraced the UTSA football program, what motivated her to begin her philanthropy and how she handles the "keyboard warriors" out there. - Where To Find/Follow April Ancira: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AprilAncira Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/april_ancira/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GirlWithAHemi - This episode is brought to you by Spectrum Reach & Live From The Southside. Thank you to our sponsors for supporting the podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sapodnetwork/support
In this rerun episode, Dennis explains the circumstances of being able to search a car with open containers of alcohol present. Recorded on 03/05/2017. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining
Senior Vice President and Executive in Residence with Rapid7 and Chairman for Cyversity, Julian Waits, grew up in the era of the Justice League and Superman and it shaped his career. Julian always wanted to do something where he could find a way to help society to basically help others. Starting out as a Baptist minister with aspirations of being a professional musician, Julian found it more practical to take some technology classes and practice his saxophone when he had time. His first tech job was at Texaco where he worked on early networks and moved into systems engineering at Compaq. Julian notes his ADD made coding less attractive than talking with others to solve problems and Compaq provided him with opportunities to pivot. Searching out diversity, Julian moved to DC, and had his first taste of startups. He now describes himself as a serial entrepreneur. We thank Julian for sharing his story with us.
Sharing horror stories from their musical pasts, musicians Bonnie and Taylor Sims (of Everybody Loves An Outlaw) invite host Andy Reiner into their Colorado living room for deep conversations in the River of Suck. Confidence and anxiety feedback loops. Gig nightmares. Energy sources. Searching for flow states. Fear management. Self-deprecation. Ruffling feathers. Going viral. How does a long and prosperous journey into love and music survive insane challenges? Warning: Explicit Content.
The Definition of Identity1 Thessalonians 5:23 - May God Himself, the God of peace, sanctify you through and through. May your whole spirit, soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Man is a spirit, who has a soul, and lives in a body.SPIRIT _ pneumaGenesis 2:7 -Then the LORD God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being. God is spiritJohn 4:24 - For God is Spirit, so those who worship him must worship in spirit and in truth. Proverbs 20:27 - The spirit of a person is the lamp of the LORD, Searching all the innermost parts of his being. Psalm 37:4 - Delight yourself in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart. I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life - Life speaks to identityBODY _ somaBody is the temple1 Corinthians 6:19-20 - Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own? For you were bought at a price; therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which are God's. Ecclesiastes 12:7 - For then the dust will return to the earth, and the spirit will return to God who gave it. Flesh has desiresGalatians 5:17 - For the desires of the flesh are against the Spirit, and the desires of the Spirit are against the flesh, for these are opposed to each other, to keep you from doing the things you want to do. Romans 7:7 - What then shall we say? Is the law sin? Certainly not! Indeed, I would not have been mindful of sin if not for the law. For I would not have been aware of coveting if the law had not said, “Do not covet.” Romans 12:1 - Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. 1 John 2:16 - For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world.SOUL _ psycheWill, intellect, emotions – soulMatthew 11:29 - Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls. Matthew 16:26 - For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and forfeits his soul? Or what shall a man give in return for his soul? Matthew 10:39 - Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it. Romans 12:2 - Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. Problem of SinRomans 7:24-25Hebrews 4:12The Journey to Personal IdentityWHO YOU ARE1 - You are the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus2 Corinthians 5:212 - You are a land of delightMalachi 3:123 - You are blessed in the heavenly places with every spiritual blessingEphesians 1:34 - You are a royal priesthood a people belonging to God1 Peter 2:95 - You are fearfully and wonderfully madePsalm 139:13-146 - You are not tempted beyond what we can bear1 Corinthians 10:13 - No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. And God is faithful; He will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, He will also provide an escape, so that you can stand up under it. 7 - No weapon formed against you is able to prosperIsaiah 54:172 Corinthians 4:7Life is asking you - who are you?
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On the 70th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by former Saints teammate Mark Pattison, as he talks about his journey of becoming the second NFL player ever to climb the Seven Summits (07:12 – 46:48). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:20 – 06:27). This week, the guys talk about the bizarre situation with Antonio Brown and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. What's really happening here?We then move to our interview with Mark Pattison where he discusses a wide range of topics: the difficulty of finding the right thing to channel his competitive energy after his NFL career came to an abrupt end (08:28); his success in business, and why he believes his work at Sports Illustrated will push them past ESPN in digital traffic within the next three years (15:25); how his NFL Films documentary “Searching for the Summit” came about, and how he turned his mountaineering goal into a charitable opportunity (20:27); how he almost died while summiting Denali in Alaska (25:44); a special edition of “The Name Game,” featuring some of the mountains from Mark's Seven Summit journey – Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Elbrus, Mount Kosciuszko, Aconcagua, Denali and the Vinson Massif (26:24); his journey with Mount Everest, and how death was a real possibility on his way down the mountain (34:00); and why Mark is choosing to climb yet another enormous mountain to celebrate his 60th birthday (43:03).Morten spends some time on today's episode honoring the life and legacy of the late Dan Reeves, who we lost on New Year's Day at the age of 77. Morten played for Coach Reeves for four seasons with the Atlanta Falcons (47:01 – 49:38).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (50:52 – 57:43). Morten gives his picks for Chiefs at Broncos (51:40), Cowboys at Eagles (52:56), Chargers at Raiders (54:07), Patriots at Dolphins (55:00) and Saints at Falcons (55:44).Finally, we close things out with “Morten's Game Winner” – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Mark Pattison, and why he's the embodiment of a modern-day renaissance man (57:43).
For years, businesses have prioritized academic background and domain expertise when searching for top talent, matching current skills to job reqs with little regard for candidate aptitude. But according to Iwao Fusillo, Chief Data and Analytics Officer at General Motors, this is an outdated strategy. Iwao has led and developed data and analytics teams across multiple verticals, including finance and sports. In his experience, the secret to building successful and diverse teams is assessing passion, too. Fusillo, a data and analytics veteran with prior stops in the NFL and American Express, now leads GM's program for enterprise-wide analytics and data science. In this episode of the Data Chief, Iwao joins Cindi to discuss how data and analytics are fueling the future of General Motors, advice for structuring and scaling data teams, and how GM's newly founded data and analytics academy is fostering data literacy across the organization.Key TakeawaysPresentation is key: As data and analytics professionals, one of the most important skills you can develop is how to speak the language of the business. This means presenting data stories in a business-friendly way so that non-technical stakeholders start to build trust in data programs, not fear or confusion.The best talent is both skilled and passionate: If you're only evaluating candidates based on a bulleted list of current skills and past experience, you're very likely missing out on great talent. Don't discount a desire to learn and passion for your product or industry.AI requires a hands-on approach: While AI and machine learning offer many opportunities for improved business operations, they can pose great risk if left unsupervised. Responsible use of these technologies means paying attention to data quality and acting quickly when biases are identified.Key Quotes“It's such a unique time to be in the automotive industry because automotive and tech are coming together. As I sit here today, as GM's Chief Data and Analytics Officer, I really do feel that data and analytics are fueling GM's future, our all-electric, zero-emissions future, and being responsible for a program of enterprise-wide analytics, top-tier data science capabilities in an industry that I've got such passion about is big for me.” “As analytics mature over the next decade, as A.I. continues to mature over the next couple of decades, Chief Data Officers, Chief Analytics Officers will in fact be tapped more for CEO positions and independent board positions. Many more functions will be led by data-savvy, senior executives.”“Passion, when it comes to data, [data] literacy is really important. That's why we put the GM analytics academy course out there, to not only build the literacy itself but just the passion in having a core competency around analyzing and presenting data in a compelling way to make decisions.”“I am seeing a rapid uptake here at General Motors in data and analytics being a part of that strategic story, data, and analytics, being a part of every person in every function and how they think about it and how, how they think about advancing their function.”“There's domain expertise, and I think having great math and science skills are important, but they're not a full package. You don't have to have math and science, or you have to have transferable skills, yes. I would say, I would take the passionate person who I could drop into a textile mill in the middle of the Midwest somewhere. And that person will figure it out. I'd rather have that than the person with the exact academic background.”“Some of the attributes we teach in the analytics academy are speaking in the vernacular of the business. How do we talk about data concepts from descriptive analytics to predictive analytics? How do we talk about those concepts in a business-friendly way?” Bio:Iwao Fusillo joined General Motors as Chief Data and Analytics Officer in January 2021. Reporting to the Head of Innovation & Growth for GM, Iwao is responsible for driving GM's program for enterprise-wide analytics and data science capabilities. He leads the end-to-end data lifecycle and establishes business processes for best-in-class data strategy, architecture, governance and democratization. Acting as GM's data evangelist, he ensures that GM's 1,300+ data analytic professionals use a value-based approach to defining workstream priorities and serves as a trusted business advisor to senior management and various stakeholders to identify strategic analytics opportunities with transformative value creation potential. --The Data Chief is presented by our friends at ThoughtSpot. Searching through your company's data for insights doesn't have to be complicated. With ThoughtSpot, anyone in your organization can easily answer their own data questions, find the facts, and make better, faster decisions. Learn more at thoughtspot.com.
This Sunday, Pastor Rich starts a new sermon series on the book of Proverbs. We explore the importance of searching for wisdom. As the new year kicks off, this is a great way to focus our hearts. Please take some time to read through Proverbs 2:1-6.
Life can often have a lot of detours, ups, downs, and twists around. It's easy to get lost or stranded in one place instead of finding out where the path can lead. Many things can get in the way of finding meaning. Sometimes the roadblocks aren't external — you might be looking in the wrong place or misunderstanding what's best for you. However, as your life progresses, you'll understand that the pitfalls in your life help you grow.In this episode, Sheri Salata joins us to talk about her journey and share the lessons she has learned along the way. The stories that led to her writing a book and the experiences she garnered throughout her life are words of wisdom that you don't want to miss. Finally, Sheri shares her advice on making critical decisions and reaching your dreams. If you've ever felt lost or stuck, tune in and embark on the path toward a positive transformation.Excited to listen and learn from Sheri and her life lessons? Tune in to this episode!This episode is brought to you by: CareOfFor 50% off your first Care/of order, go to www.takecareof.com Bioptimizers--Biome Breakthroughwww.biomebreakthrough.com/radicallylovedUse promo code: radicallyloved10 to get 10% off! Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: 1.Learn to manage your fear of decision-making while cultivating the courage and motivation to keep finding meaning in what you do. 2.Find out how you can stop comparing yourself to others and empower yourself instead.3.Listen and discover what you can achieve by sharing your stories and listening to others.Resources●Here's your EXCLUSIVE FREE GIFT from Sheri “What if we could make change and transformation even easier? What if we could change our lives by changing ten words in our vocabulary?” ●The Beautiful No: And Other Tales of Trial, Transcendence, and Transformation by Sheri Salata●The Oprah Winfrey Show●We Need to Talk About Shame, a TED Talk by Brené Brown ●Sheri's 12-week course: Write Your Story | Transform Your Life ●The Support System, a membership group with Sheri●More about the retreats organized by Sheri●Connect with Sheri on her website and subscribe!●FREE workbook! Check out our website for more details. Episode Highlights Sheri's Secret Sauce●Sheri has a knack for gathering a group of people to do things as a group. She also mentions that she could herd kittens.●When she was younger, she wasn't picky about her jobs and took them one after another. She was determined to find a job that could provide stability for her retirement. ●Sheri wasn't finding meaning in what she did, wasting her devotion on jobs bereft of purpose to her.●Although she felt miserable after trying out multiple jobs, she still persevered. She later found her purpose in her life and applied that to her job search.The Time to Try New Things●The feeling that you are sacrificing your life for a paycheck could indirectly hint that you should try finding meaning elsewhere.●When Sheri became an entrepreneur at 56, she first experienced what it felt like to enjoy a job.●Another lesson Sheri taught us was to take risks. Searching for your true passion is a process of trial and error.●She advises others to try entrepreneurship. Alternatively, work for a startup company to observe the empowerment that comes with being an entrepreneur.Making the Right Decision●There are different kinds of decisions in life. A governing decision is the most powerful decision that sets a framework for your life.●Sheri urges us to be decisive. It doesn't need to be a good decision at that moment — the mistakes of today help your judgment tomorrow.●When you're deciding, ask yourself whether you would feel good about it. If it feels good, you are encouraged to proceed. You can always change course later.●Your slippery character is the part of you that stops change. The fear of an unknown future prevents you from finding meaning elsewhere. ●Talk to your slippery character. Though it may simply want to protect you, help yourself understand that you can make a positive change in your life.Matching Energies●To reach a dream, match the good feeling. Manage your mood and thoughts to approach the actions positively instead of negatively.●What often gets in the way is starting to think of the ways it's going to go wrong. Fear shifts your energy from matching the dream to repelling it.Stopping Comparisons●Sometimes you might feel inferior when comparing yourself with others.●Look at your comparisons as a treasure hunt. Learn from others that you like and learn to apply their methods in your pursuit of success. ●Match your positive and encouraging energy with your dreams and manifest them through practice. ●Be more conscious of what you are practicing. Take control and focus on good practices that can help you.Finding Meaning In Her Work●Sheri was 35 years old when she started working at the Oprah Winfrey Show in an entry-level work position.●She began finding meaning in her job as she took notes on all the spiritual experts, teachers, and leaders she met.●That job was where Sheri found the quantum. She started cultivating a spiritual life and connected with the universe. ●Even until now, she continues to look for portals of opportunity. She evaluates her drawbacks and looks for ways to improve and become a better person.●When Sheri reflects on her constructive transformations and retains her energy, she rises and grows. Transformational conversations pushed her into finding meaning.Sharing Stories●There is an empowering element in taking ownership of your own experiences and genuinely sharing them. ●During her book tour, Sheri realized that sharing her stories helped in her healing process. ●Sheri noticed that her audience and readers shared their stories as well. Essentially, she believed that the exchange helped them make amends with their inner wounds.●The overall experience helped her audience recognize their potential and the abundant possibilities they could explore.●Every story has an impact on its respective readers. We can find good value and lessons in any story.Sheri's Favorite Things to Do●Last January, she launched a course called "Write Your Story, Transform Your Life," where she spends weeks of deep transformation with others.●Sheri enjoys inviting people to her masterclasses and workshops organized by her private membership group called "The Support System."●A vacation to Italy is what she began doing to reward herself.●Whenever she does her favorite things, she notices herself blossoming into a better person. Ultimately, she has found ease in her current life. Desired Takeaways for Sheri's Book Tours●Sheri hopes that she conveys as much learning as possible from her experiences, hoping it would inspire her audience to seek positive change.●She also hopes she delivers her message and experience to her audience properly.●After each event, she thinks about what she got from it and what she gave back.How Sheri Experiences Radical Love●Over the last three or four years, Sheri learned what it truly means to love herself.●Being kind to and counting on herself forges another level of self-love that only she could give. No one in the world will love her more than she loves herself.●Sheri loves animals and desires to help rescue animals and farm sanctuaries. It would be better if she were to take care of a huge group of rescued animals.●She states that we are in a co-beneficial relationship with other sentient beings on Earth. This is why she chooses to be a shepherd who cares for them.5 Powerful Quotes [6:56] “Lean into happy, lean into what feels good. Quit trying to push the boulder up the hill and make the wrong relationships work, the wrong jobs work.”[14:40] “We're just in decision paralysis. Anytime you feel yourself in that place, take that really seriously, because it means you are delaying a magnificent future. You're delaying change, good change.” [19:34] “I needed to look at [comparison] as a little treasure hunt where I literally am out in the world going, ‘I want some of that.' so I could stop comparing myself. Comparison is the death of dreams.”[27:52] “I'm willing to own my experiences, and I share them vulnerably because, first of all, just speaking those words, and those stories heal me.” About the Guest Sheri Salata authored the award-winning book, The Beautiful No: And Other Tales of Trial, Transcendence and Transformation. Named Amazon Editor's Choice Best Memoir, it tells the story of her journey from the bottom to the peak of a career she truly loves and enjoys. She hopes that her book will inspire thousands of readers to be unafraid to dream bigger and work towards it.Recognized for her role and contributions in business, entertainment, and media, she continues to encourage others as an author, speaker, producer, and founder of inspirational groups and practices. Sheri organizes retreats and has founded a membership platform called The Support System for women. She has also shared the power of writing through her 12-week course, Write Your Story | Transform Your Life.Take a peek at her book The Beautiful No: And Other Tales of Trial, Transcendence and Transformation. Learn more and connect with Sheri through her website.Enjoy the Podcast? If you felt radically loved from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love! Finding meaning in our lives is an essential part of being human; help others reach it too.Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach more people and make them feel loved.Do you want to share with others what you've learned about making decisions, sharing stories, and finding meaning in your life? A simple way is to share what you've learned today on social media.
This place is a desert for the mindDevoid of emotion and barren of thoughtNo real thought, at leastIt's no surpriseMost minds here have long since atrophied from lack of useThey wait in flatline for the next rushing jolt of synthetic stimulationThe real world can't compare, even if it were allowed toContemplating the real world leads to seeing the world for what it is, a prisonA cell for the mind, body and soulAll my life I've been a prisonerCowering at the idea that I might be capable of unique thoughtTerrified of what my own instincts might lead toSo how could I blame them?But it hasn't always been this wayI've heard rumorsFiltered, distant, fadedI seek to know the truth
Yoshino is a visual artist, writer, entrepreneur, and host of Artist Decoded. Show Notes: The power of introspection and self-analysis The pitfalls of following false prophets “Getting lost in the forest” Seeking answers Pantheism Art as a communication mechanism Critical thinking “You and you alone hold the answers to your questions.” Yoshino's Links: yoshinostudios.com nohwave.co instagram.com/yoshinostudios twitter.com/yoshinostudios
Dr. Somerville begins a new sermon series today titled "Searching for Truth". Today, as throughout history, people are searching for truth, and with so many voices from so many places coming at us today it can be hard to know what is truth these days. In his sermon here Dr. Somerville offers some ways to know where truth can be found.
Happy (?) New Year! We thought we were going to be optimistic again, but apparently we're already bitter three days into 2022. Oopsie daisy. Sarah talks about the admonitions she received about her new boots, and Susie wishes people weren't so excited to do the keyboard warrior warnings. Sarah shares what we searched for on the Internet last year, and it reveals our anxieties, loneliness, and hopes. We hear about the latest Fyre festival-esque scam, and we bemoan the way men get away with this nonsense. We rage about women's "plus size" clothing and how men don't have an equivalent. We hear why Sarah believes in mercury retrograde mythology. And we discuss the idea of soul mates and why we think we were meant to be together. Join our book club, shop our merch, sign-up for our free newsletter, & more by visiting The Brain Candy Podcast website: Connect with us on social media: BCP Instagram: Susie's Instagram: Sarah's Instagram: BCP Twitter: Susie's Twitter: Sarah's Twitter: Get started at Sign up for your trial at More podcasts at WAVE:
It is always hard when we lose a loved one in life. Even more so when the loss comes suddenly and unexpectedly. Like many in life, this was the case for Lalo Contreras, as he unexpected lost his little brother from an unfortunate situation involving a domestic dispute. Lalo is doing his best to cope and process the scenario that unfolded back in July of 2020. He feels that the local police haven't done enough to bring justice to the life of his little brother Chris Contreras. In this episode we get into conversations around: - purpose and meaning in tragedy - dealing with sudden loss of a loved one and the grieving process - seeking out help for mental wellness in times of severe trauma - knowing that you are not alone in the grieving process Lalo's contact info: https://www.facebook.com/lalo.contreras.98 https://www.instagram.com/_lalo_contreras/ Media Coverage of the story of Chris Contreras: https://www.hotsr.com/news/2020/jul/24/two-men-arrested-connection-homicide-late-thursday/ My website: https://ungraduated.com
Unlike other daily challenges, High Vibe 55 is about balancing your energy. Uniting both sides of you: yin and yang, grace and power, firm and flow. Why? Because it's in bringing symmetry to these sides of you that you'll experience the fullness of who you truly are. You are multi-dimensional and delicious, and you deserve to feel it all! The practices included in High Vibe 55 are truly transformational, and will heal you from the inside out. You won't just look good, you will feel stronger and more joyful than ever before. Get the FREE quickstart guide here: http://bit.ly/highvibe55
Miroslav Volf and Evan Rosa consider audience questions and feedback about hopes and fears going into 2022. A reflective conversation about politics and theology, the aims of theological writing, suffering and the problem of evil, the loss of the middle ground in our polarized era (and Miroslav questions whether "middle" is even a Christian category), the primordial goodness of the world and seeing suffering with one eye squinted; and whether theology is for the religious only, or indeed, for the life of the world. NOTE: For the Life of the World will run highlights, readings, lectures, and other best-of features until May 1, 2022, when we'll be back with new conversations.Production NotesThis podcast featured theologian Miroslav VolfEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
The Orlando Magic fell to the Milwaukee Bucks again. But in pushing the champs around, the Magic hope they are starting to earn respect for their fight as they develop and grow. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! TrueBill Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/LOCKEDONNBA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week on Dwell Hello, we're recapping House Hunters: season 200, ep 13 - "Searching for a Chicago Condo," available on YouTube TV.Will Kevin get what he wants? But what about Kevin? So many Kevins, not enough time!
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Every year about 600,000 people are released from state and federal prisons. As part of our "Searching for Justice" series, Amna Nawaz spoke with formerly incarcerated people about the difficulties older men and women face after decades behind bars, and Nicole Ellis sat down with a panel of experts to examine issues surrounding reentry into society after prison. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
One week before our “2022 Preview” show, Chris Hill takes a step back from stocks to share two conversations. Carl Quintanilla may have been distracted as a college student, but he knew that media was in his future. From a small newspaper to The Wall Street Journal, from print journalism to TV, from reporting to anchoring, he's demonstrated a willingness to try new things and take on challenges like reporting in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Chris Diamantopoulos gets recognized on the street for playing over-the-top billionaire Russ Hanneman in HBO's comedy series “Silicon Valley”. He shares how he got started investing, why he's enjoying being a judge on the investing reality show “Unicorn Hunters”, and feeling the weight of history as one of the few people to voice Mickey Mouse.
David Horton is a 5-time finisher and won the first two Hardrock 100 races. He has competed in over 160 ultras with 40 wins. He is one of 14 finishers of the iconic Barkleys Marathon. But wait, he has also set speed records on the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Coast Trail and one of the fastest transcontinental runs. David is a Professor of Health Sciences at Liberty University where he shares his passion for endurance sports with its students and encourages them to aspire to more. In this episode David shares some of his philosophies and passion for trail running. David also directs the Hellgate 100k. Listen to our first interview with David back in 2014 at the Hardrock 100