Hi dope friends! It's S2:E4 and we're dropping gems for our favs. We're discussing #meditation, #goals with intention, and the spectrums of fixed, growth, and benefit mindsets. Y'all know we're on this journey to be in the space to embrace growth. Our recent convo with Sistas of the Soil intertwined the beauty in physically growing and harvesting something and the mental and emotional correlations. And of course, gardening is about more than growing food. Our dope friends shared their beautiful mission, cleared up some misconceptions about urban #farming, and helped us (i.e. Shari) understand the errs of her gardening (or lack thereof) ways.#plantlove
Brendan Abban is joined by Rudie Henderson to discuss the upcoming NBA season and where they see all the playoff teams will be seeded (00:04:50). They also debate whether or not baked beans can be eaten with breakfast (01:39:20). They also make their picks for NFL Week 6 and place their bets (01:25:44). Hope you enjoy and don't forget to subscribe, like, and leave a review!https://linktr.ee/BrendanabbanWebsite: http://brendanabban.comFollow me!Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbbanBrendan... & https://twitter.com/kbr_sportsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kbrsports/... & https://www.instagram.com/brendanabba...Discord: https://discord.gg/eVp5fkPxkY
Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor take a look at the Nationals seeding and start to get you ready for next week's National Championships! Are there clear pools of death? What matchups are most enticing? What are the most important games? It all gets discussed on this episode of Deep Look.
The Miami Heat start the 2021-2022 season on next Thursday, and this is sure to be one of the questions as it progresses: How hard should the Heat, with some older players on the roster (Jimmy Butler, Kyle Lowry, PJ Tucker), push for a top seed? And how will the team's start play into it? Ethan and Greg discuss. Sponsored by www.MarcBrownPa.com www.UnderdogFantasy.com (code: 5RSN for $10 bonus)
Our brain automates all behaviors so that we can live easier. This means that our behaviors are turned into habits so that we don't need to spend so much energy on actions that we take regularly. So how can you create habits that benefit you in the long term? In today's episode of Leadership Live, Daphna has a conversation with Dr. Erin Kendall Braun who focuses on working with large companies and analyzing human behavior to solve greater problems in the business climate. Tune in to hear Kendall explain the three-step process for creating habits that serve us and more great tips on how to work with leadership habits. Timestamps: 0:50 Patterns and habits 2:00 Keeping it going through tough times 5:02 What happened with Kendall? 7:04 Selfcare habits that our body relies on 9:05 Habits- the journey into neuroscience 13:25 Seeding a habit 16:34 Cue-action-outcome 19:59 Thinking about the barriers & goal-setting 25:22 Reward yourself with something real 29:45 Begin with a cue 32:10 Perfectionism and realism 34:39 We don't want to be thinking about everything all the time 38:40 When we're stressed out, we go in default mode 40:40 Value of habits - even the ones that hold us back Resources: PODCAST WEBPAGE: www.daphnahorowitz.com/podcastlive BOOK a coaching session with Daphna Horowitz HERE: https://daphnahorowitz.com/services/#leadership-coaching Purchase the book on AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Habits-Extraordinary-Leaders-Horowitz/dp/B08JDTRK9H/ref=sr_1_1?crid=24SK3E4DFMJMQ&dchild=1&keywords=daphna+horowitz&qid=1605772332&sprefix=daphna+ho%2Cstripbooks-intl-ship%2C379&sr=8-1 Listen to all the previous episodes HERE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leadership-live/id1524072573 Get access to your FREE Leadership Toolkit here: https://daphnahorowitz.com/leadershiptoolkit For more information about the CEO Habits Bootcamp: https://daphnahorowitz.com/ceobootcamp Connect with Kendall: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-kendall-braun/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/erinkendallb Connect with Daphna: Official website: www.daphnahorowitz.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daphnahorowitz/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/daphna1231 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PEACSolutions/
Waddup WORLd and Welcom Back to The WORLDs iLLEST Podcast Through My Eyes with 1 Eyed Willie. This is Season 2 Episode 20: Growing Consciousness Feat. Leo Carver. Inside episode 20 I had the opportunity to finally catch up to my homie from my Fort Knox days about what he has had going on since 1999. We kick off the episode taking it back to our days living on Knox, how he got the nickname "Skeelo", attending Jay-Z's "Hard Knock Life" tour, seeing Dame Dash, meeting Beans and Memphis Bleek, how DJ Clue played us, to meeting DJ Kid Capri and him thinking we were jackboys. We briefly talk about our dear friend Talese Burk's untimely passing and how Leo and Talese were headed to Howard University to attend college.From there we take it to the music and discuss Leo's aka Verb's career in music while attending Kentucky State University. While at KSU Leo would take up the moniker Verbal and begin building a name off of making dope music which landed him with his crew "Slaughterhouse". (If you go back to the Jon Woo episode Leo is who Woo says was coming back to get more and more beats for this group). Leo talks about traveling the country doing shows, graduating from KSU with a Bachelor's degree in Biology (graduated with honors) while chasing his rap dreams, making it into the SOURCE Magazine, to doing his thing on the radio. While chasing the dream of being an artists Leo would meet his wife Dr. Melissa Carver and begin to transition out of music into other things. Being a student of the game and studying his whole life Leo whole dig into the Holistic Lifestyle where he is now serving as Ayuredic Lifestyle instructor, life coach and Ayuredic consultant. He is well versed in lifestyle-based medicine and transformational healing. Leo and his wife host various conferences, seminars, corporate events, retreats and private sessions for those interested in the lifestyle.Leo Carver also just jumped into the lane of being an official published author. His new book Growing Consciousness: The Gardener's Guide to Seeding the Soul is available for pre-order on Amazon. The book dives into explores the links between spirituality and the garden with a focus on Ayurvedic techniques and meditation. Through simple daily meditation practices coupled with gardening, this book will show how one can marry spiritual growth and plant-based consumption to cultivate a more conscious and satisfying existence.Tap into Episode 20: Growing Consciousness Feat. Leo Carver now!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/1EyedWillie)
In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss the all the work to consider before introducing tests to a vanilla PHP app, trusting people over adding layers of process, and seeing data in your tests and migrations.This episode is sponsored by Makeable.dk and Workvivo.Show links Abusing Laravel for fun and profit by David Hemphill at Laracon AU 2018 Oh Dear's migration to Spark Next Strangling legacy code The Bike Shed - Marketing Matters (on saying "no" to more process) Potato, Potahto
Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor break down the results of the final three Regional Championships -- Great Lakes, Southeast, and Southwest -- before welcoming in Arizona Lawless captain Lindsey Doyle for an interview. Later, they look at the potential seeding and how USAU might approach the task.
Sometimes it’s not what happens this year that really gets you, it’s what happened a year or more before. That’s at least part of the answer to one farmer’s problem discussed in this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word. From silage removal and slugs, to confusing discussions on test weights, and on to making that... Read More
Ian Connatty, managing director for funds at British Patient Capital joins the show to help us explore the VC ecosystem in the UK, including why we may be seeing larger rounds for UK companies, what changes could create a more favorable exit environment and more.This is the last weekly episode of Season 4, but stay tuned for more timely in-depth conversations on your podcast feed and through PitchBook webinars.
Gary wants to know if it's a good time to lay down grass seed. Texters ask about winterizing their sprinkler systems. Taun talks about repairing your lawn from grub damage. Grant has a Norwegian Maple that has damaged bark exposing bare wood. Can he repair that? Welcome to The KSL Greenhouse Show! Hosts Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes tackle your gardening questions, talk plants, and offer tips for an amazing yard. Listen Saturdays 8am to 11am at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL Newsradio App. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at @kslgreenhouse. #KSLGreenhouse See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#224 Dawn Whitten is a Naturopath, Western Herbalist, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Researcher and Educator. Passionate about protecting and nurturing the microbiome of the next generation, Dawn has a broad base of clinical experience with a focus on women's health through pregnancy and beyond, as well as infant and toddler health. She has been in clinical practice for 16+ years. Dawn has been published in the peer-reviewed literature and has contributed to clinical textbooks (Including the Breastfeeding chapter in the soon to be published Advanced Clinical Naturopathic Medicine, Elsevier). Dawn co-coordinates two units within the Evidence-based Complementary Medicine Program in the College of Health & Medicine at the University of Tasmania. She is part of the research team at Probitic.Advisor.com and a clinical director at Goulds Natural Medicine in Hobart. In this episode we cover: Why the first 1000 days of a newborn's life is crucial for shaping long term health What sort of health issues are linked to early microbiome disturbance How much an infant's microbiome is disturbed when mothers take antibiotics The stages of early microbiome development How is the infant colonised? Seeding? Why breastmilk is the ultimate gardener How does the microbiome of formula fed infants differ How do we support and optimise seeding And so much more Show Notes Goulds Natural Medicine Infant Microbiome Online Course Probiotics supplements and the breastfeeding infant - Why Not? Abstracts from the 19th International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation Conference
Thank you for checking out this episode with Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan Executive Director Dan Young. BCAM has become the largest coaches association in the country. Dan shares what it was like to try to get a basketball season underway in the time of COVID. We touch on the topics of the shot clock, district seeding, adding more regular season games and more... If you enjoyed this episode please be sure to leave a positive rating and review. 1987-1991 Manager- CMU for Charlie Coles 1991-93 Asst Coach -WMU for Bob Donewald 1993-2018 Head Coach: Brighton, Canton, Westland John Glenn, Salem. 2012-present -Boys & Girls Golf Coach- Plymouth HS. 2 State Titles. 2008-2019 BCAM Asst Executive Director 2019-present BCAM Executive Director Follow BCAM on Twitter: Twitter.com/BCAMcoaches Check the links below to connect with us! Website: www.coachsedge.coach Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Camps: www.Cramerbasketball.com Online Training: https://cramerbasketball.mypthub.net/3/p/133059 Twitter.com/coachsedge1 Twitter.com/steve21cramer Facebook.com/cramerbasketball Youtube.com/cramerbasketball Instagram.com/cramer_basketball --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachsedge/support
Cristina gives us an earful about a wellness trend that suggests placing a small seed or bead on the cartilage of your outer ear provides multiple health benefits. Adam looks back in history to corroborate whether sex work really is the so-called ‘oldest profession'.
As we give so shall we receive, this is true energetically, and about money too! Dr. Tammi and Penny Orloff talk about a simple practice that supported both of them in shifting from poverty to great wealth, and how this is not only possible, but actually available to you as well!
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Listen as David Ibarra shares his journey from the foster care system to becoming a successful business leader, philanthropist and the largest licensee of Napoleon Hill seminars in the world. Author of “Stop Drifting: Become the Switch Master of Your Own Thought and Pivot to Positive,” David R. Ibarra is a leadership consultant and successful entrepreneur in Salt Lake City. At 28 years old he started his first business, beginning a career that spans the restaurant, automotive, and leadership consulting industries. David wrote “Stop Drifting” as a chapter within his “Life Purpose” journey. He is dedicated to working with employed adults who often drift through life unsatisfied. His leadership coaching focuses on developing talent and teaching individuals how to become goal setters and achieve a positive work experience, which creates the freedom to find success in other roles including family, faith, community, and health. What We Discuss with David Ibarra in This Episode His journey from the foster care system to business success Seeding your subconscious mind The 3-part brain model The blessing of time and money tithing Respecting your talent group Overcoming Dr. Doubt Living on purpose Episode Show Notes: https://tinyurl.com/4jnc47yj
Today we will be discussing variable rate seeding pays to get growers better results and return in their operation. Matt Bowers - Strategic Account Manger for Premier Crop Systems in Ohio. Matt has been with PCS for the past year and previously worked in the seeding industry. If you are enjoying the show, tweet us using #PremierPodcast. Free Resources: For more helpful tips and insight on all things data and agriculture, visit our blog at http://info.premiercrop.com/blog Curious about precision ag? Download our 5 Steps to Getting Started Guide: http://info.premiercrop.com/5-steps-guide Ready to cut through the bull? Download our No Bull Guide to Precision Ag: http://info.premiercrop.com/field-profitability-guide Podcast provided by Premier Crop Systems. Learn more about us at https://www.premiercrop.com #Agriculture #Farming
2021 NFL season preview: AFC: North (Beginning), South (14:45) East (18:54) West (26:40) Seeding (34:35) NFC: North (35:00) East (43:10) West (47:07) South (52:40) Seeding (58:15) Super Bowl…find out and listen. Also some housekeeping stuff again at the end!
In this episode of the Astrology Hub Podcast, Michael Erlewine and Amanda ‘Pua' Walsh discuss: How Solar Flares Affect Life on Earth Tune in and learn… What Solar Flares are and how their energy can impact your environment. About resources you can use to track and understand Solar Flares. Insights into how periods of frequent Solar Flares can be a time of “Seeding” that reflects in energetic collective shifts.
It's that time of year... time to start over seeding you lawn... or is it? Mike & Scott discuss the 1-2-3s of over seeding. Is it too hot still? How long can you wait? And how can Mother Nature help? Tune in as the guys spend the episode outdoors in the heat talking grass!_______________If you'd like to ask us an "on-air" question or just leave a show comment, do it the old fashioned way, leave a voice mail at: (567) 318-2325 Or email us at: YourMidwestGarden@bex.net________________Like to check out our Facebook Page? Please "LIKE" it, follow along and even post, not only your garden pictures, but message us with questions. Plant, bug IDs, etc. Mike loves to help out!https://www.facebook.com/Your-Midwest-Garden-Podcast-104823994541594________________Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourmidwestgarden)
When was the last time you thought about where your food comes from? And I don't mean from your local supermarket… Well, according to the U.N. Food & Agriculture Association, 70% of food consumed globally comes from so-called “smallholder” farmers. There are an estimated 570 million of them, and nearly half live and operate in the world's poorest countries. In most developing markets, agriculture contributes anywhere from 15 to 35% of GDP. Without this constellation of farming communities, unemployment would soar and economies would crumble. Not surprisingly, there's a political dimension to supporting the smallholder farmer. This requires governments throughout the region to make constant adjustments – balancing local subsidies against foreign food imports. Into this socio-economic brew enters Corteva Agriscience, a company that a little over two years ago spun off from the chemical giant DowDupont in order to focus exclusively on agribusiness. Today, the company produces high-yield, pest-resistant hybrid seeds, land management, and digital solutions. As my guest, Elizabeth Hernandez, explains, the timing and focus of their market entry offers a unique opportunity for farmers and investors alike. This is the latest in a series of episodes we have planned featuring companies that are delivering on Corporate Purpose. Two episodes back we featured another Corporate Purpose leader, T.C. Ng, Asia Pacific Managing Director of the iconic tech company, HP. If you missed that episode, you can listen or read about it by visiting www.insideasiapodcast.com. In coming weeks, we will feature on this program conversations with leaders of other purpose-driven institutions. Our discussions are founded on in-depth case studies created in a three-way partnership between Inside Asia, The Conference Board, and the Center for Creative Leadership. One year ago, we came together to introduce the Asia Corporate Leadership Council, which today is comprised of 20 plus Asia-based CEOs, Regional Managing Directors, and heads of family-run businesses. It's a select group of senior individuals representing best-practice corporate purpose. The case studies – and these accompanying podcasts – are designed to demonstrate what Corporate Purpose in action looks like.
This week's podcast, sponsored by GS3 Quality Seed, features Bryan Young, Weed Scientist, Purdue University. Young will discuss the ideal seeding rate for cover crops used for weed suppression, how long covers should grow in the spring to help suppress weeds, which cover crop species are better for weed suppression and more.
On this week's Good Growing podcast, we talk with horticulture educator Richard Hentschel about fall lawn care. We discuss why fall is a great time to do various activities in our lawns like seeding, fertilizing, and aerating. Plus, we answer some of your lawn questions! Watch on YouTube https://youtu.be/QCWX2HzFpY8 03:10 - Lawns are often vilified, what are they good for? 08:05 - Seeding your lawn in the fall 13:00 - Fertilizing your lawn 19:15 - Aeration, what is it and how to do it 23:25 - Dethatching, what is it, and is it necessary? 29:40 - Maintaining lawns without chemicals 36:40 - Growing grass under trees 41:20 - Dealing with moss in lawns 45:40 - Dealing with fall leaves on lawns 50:00 - Lawn Talk website Lawn Talk website - https://web.extension.illinois.edu/lawntalk/index.cfm Check out the Good Growing Blog https://go.illinois.edu/goodgrowing ___ Any products mentioned during the podcast are in no way a promotion of these products.
1:03 - Tracy Hazzard introduction. Co-founder and CEO of Podetize. https://podetize.com and https://thebingefactor.com 4:07 - Nothing is impossible. Being curious is attitude and a state of mind. 4:58 - What does attitude mean to you. Tie action and mindset together. 7:02 - Talk to us about young Tracy. What are the lessons the people can get from listening to you? A drive to do more from a young age. Always doing something. Helping people find their voice. Being innovative. 9:37 - What is your definition of innovation? There's a difference between invention and innovation. Innovation is the "why not". 10:52 - What are you most proud of? Costco chair. Covertly feminine design. Fast-fail model. Does the market have what we want to sell? 13:14 - 40 active patents. Shark Tank? 14:59 - What are the biggest mistakes that people make in the product world? Refusing to talk about it. Entrepreneurs think you can build it as you go. Need proof of concept. Word of mouth referrals is huge. Own your own authority. 19:10 - What are the two biggest mistakes that podcasters make? Seeding your authority. People don't title and utilize all their space inside the podcasts platforms. Feed the search bots. Bot list. Have a great leading paragraph. Titles are so important. 23:27 - What are the two best things that people do with their podcasts. When you stay true to your audience. Be genuine. People not taking additional coaching on or advice. Improve over time. 25:27 - Coached with Mike Weiss. Web site development. Differences between WIX and WordPress. HubSpot, Wix, Simplero, Kajabi, and SquareSpace are among the worst website platforms. WordPress is the best. 28:10 - What other advice would you have for a startup business? Get that product market proof. Testing the product. Concentrating on building really good systems. 31:09 - What's your attitude when it comes to business. If I'm not excited and energize by something then it's not worth it. Learn how to say no. 33:57 - Supply chain issues. The supply isn't there. China is having another variant outbreak. Labor shortage. Backups at the ports. Cascading problems. Product shortage in Q4 of 2021. Get your orders in as consumers. 36:54 - Knowledge through the decades. What is the attitude lesson at birth? Gratitude for being in the world. 37:56 - Attitude lesson at the age of 10? Being resilient. Resilience under fire. 39:41 - Attitude lesson at the age of 20? Rhode Island School of Design. 40:41 - Attitude lesson at the age of 30? Learned how to be scrappier. Hardships taught me a lot. 42:33 - Attitude lesson at the age of 40? Creating a better environment for ourselves. Innovating. What would we love and what does that look like? Clarity. Experience. 43:42 - Attitude lesson at the age of 50? So much more I want to do. Fix the things I don't love but dig deeper into the things that I do love. 45:01 - Closing thoughts. Message of hope and encouragement. Innovation doesn't happen in a vacuum. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SUBSCRIBE / RATE / REVIEW
The boys talk about the Riot's week off, first thoughts on Akshan, the final Sentinels of Light cinematic, LEC/LCS Playoffs, Dynamic seeding, a new roundtable question, lots of emails, and more on episode 494 of Leaguecast! Email us - email@example.com Support us - www.patreon.com/leaguecast Tweet us - https://twitter.com/leaguecast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Leaguecast/ Join Our Discord - www.leaguecastpodcast.com/discord Visit our Website - www.leaguecastpodcast.com To skip our week discussion go to 12:55
On today's podcast, Britt discusses this weeks theme: Upselling. Listen as Britt goes over different upselling services such as fall cleanups, aerating and seeding, sprinkler system winterizers and blowouts. All of these services are things you should be thinking about upselling! ———————————————————— Website:https://www.lawncareleaders.com https://linktr.ee/Lawncareleader Check Out Our Sponsors Below: GPS Track It: 844-394-9244 https://gpstrackit.com/solutions/landscaping/lawncareleaders GIE Expo 50% Referral Code: https://www.compusystems.com/servlet/AttendeeRegLoginServlet?evt_uid=314&CompanyCode2=BRITT MANUAL Code: BRITT Thinking about a new software program for your business? Try out Jobber with our discount. Click the link below: https://jobber.grsm.io/brittdowd7100 Lawntrepreneur Academy Come out on Saturday, November 13th to the Lawntrepreneur Academy Live 2021 in Novi, Michigan and make 2022 the most profitable year yet! www.LawntrepreneurAcademy.com ———————————————————— Please share the podcast could be someone you look up to, a competitor or buddy you know is getting after it in this industry! Copy and paste the link here https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lawncare-leaders/id1312631712
In your life, do you think you are more of a “patient” person or an “urgent” person? OK, got that, but what does God specifically call you to be—for the Kingdom, for your family, and for your workplace? Join Kevin as we explore the very effective patient urgency that God calls all believer to in their lives! // Download this episode's Application & Action questions and PDF transcript at whitestone.org.
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When you're managing habitat for wildlife do you think more about plants than wildlife? Yeah, us too. So who better to chat with than one of the nation's leading researchers and educators on plant-wildlife interactions? In this episode, Jarred and Adam chat with author and University of Tennessee Extension Wildlife Specialist Dr. Craig Harper. Tune in for a masterclass on the importance of plants and plant id for all habitat managers. But, don't worry, you don't have to be a botanist for this episode; Craig gives some helpful tips for anyone interested in learning more about plants, wildlife, and habitat management on their land. Help us improve the podcast by taking this Habitat University Listener Feedback Survey: https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5oteinFuEzFCDmm Learn more about this week's guest, Dr. Craig Harper: https://fwf.tennessee.edu/craig-harper/ Wildlife Food Plots and Early Successional Plants by Dr. Harper: https://nocsopublishing.com/ American Wildlife and Plants book quoted in the episode, a great resource, and where we sorta borrowed the title of this episode from! - https://bookshop.org/books/american-wildlife-and-plants/9780486207933 Flicker color and honeysuckle study: https://www.audubon.org/news/mystery-solved-invasive-berries-blame-turning-flickers-feathers-pink 2020 paper titled “Seeding is not always necessary to restore native early successional plant communities” that Dr. Harper referenced in the episode: https://doi.org/10.1111/rec.13249
Why can't we seed clouds to solve California's drought problem? How does seeding clouds even work? Which countries and states have used the technology? Who legally owns a cloud? ... We explain like i'm five! Thank you to the r/explainlikeimfive community and in particular the following users whose questions and comments formed the basis of this discussion: grenata, ratelslangen2, irwin96, drkobbe, kaseyB, steavee and shaggorama To the ELI5 community that has supported us so far, thanks for all your feedback and comments. Join us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/eli5ThePodcast/ or send us an e-mail: ELI5ThePodcast@gmail.com
Never have the stakes been higher. We are facing an environmental crisis,... climate change, soil degradation, plastic pollution and loss of biodiversity. While business is often at the root of these problems, it can also be a part of the solution. Today I am talking with Richard Yelland and Jeremy Black, producers of the documentary, Seeding Change. Richard, a highly accomplished filmmaker and Jeremy, a co-founder of Sambazon, set out to tell the story of Sambazon and their journey over the last 20 years as an organic, fair-trade Acai company. Along the way, they realized there was a bigger story to tell, that of how triple bottom line businesses like Sambazon, are making a positive impact in the world. Today we're talking about all that lead up to the film Seeding Change and, of course, the film itself and its mission to educate consumers on how we can all help save the world one purchase at a time. About Richard Yelland Richard Yelland is an Emmy® Award nominated director and award-winning filmmaker. Powerful visuals and strong performances are a trademark of his projects for Nike, HISTORY, Surfrider Foundation, Sambazon & Outside Television. “Richard is a fantastic filmmaker,” said Oscar® nominee Morgan Spurlock. Richard's documentary film "Floating: The Nathan Gocke Story", was ‘Emerging Documentary' winner at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. His next film, 12 Miles North: The Nick Gabaldon Story, presented by Nike, tells the story of the first-documented African American surfer and is “Unlike any surf film you've ever seen,” according to ESPN. 12 Miles North was a 2014 Webby Award winner and inspired Santa Monica's annual Nick Gabaldon Day. "Sine Qua Non: The Psychology of Big Wave Surfing with Greg Long", Richard's following effort, was an official selection at the Maui Film Festival and winner at the 2014 BLUE Ocean Film Festival. His latest feature, "The Long Way Back" documents the addiction that nearly killed Todd ‘Z Man' Zalkins after the overdose of his longtime friend and Sublime front man, Bradley Nowell. A Best Documentary winner at The Phoenix Film Festival, The "Long Way Back" received exclusive coverage in Rolling Stone and global distribution from The Orchard (SONY). Richard received his Emmy nomination for “Pool,” a PSA he wrote and directed for the Life Rolls On Foundation featuring wheelchair "pool skater" Darwin Holmes. About Jeremy Black Jeremy Black is a co-founder of Sambazon Acai. Taking the leap from a successful career as a financial planner, Jeremy joined brother Ryan Black (CEO) and friend Ed Nichols in early 2000 to introduce açaí to the U.S.market. In addition to helping create global awareness and demand for an unknown fruit, the team pioneered a sustainable business model in the Amazon to import organic, fair trade superfoods. Jeremy was a key player in Sambazon's rapid growth from startup to a $100+ Million dollar global brand. From meager beginnings of one product at a handful of juice bars around Southern California, Jeremy spearheaded the development of the brand, the products and the marketing for a full portfolio of products in frozen, juice, energy and supplement categories that are now sold in health food stores, juice bars and conventional grocery stores across the globe. Over the past 17 years, Jeremy helped the Sambazon team create an entirely new category in the natural foods category and a business that creates positive socio-economic and environmental change. As an avid surfer, yogi and snowboarder, Sambazon has become a way of life for Jeremy, providing organic energy for worldwide travels and active pursuits. Resources Mentioned Toolkit https://www.seedingchangefilm.com/take-action Connect with the Filmmakers The Film https://www.seedingchangefilm.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/seedingchangefilm/
CP, Ben, and Kozak dive into topics related to the Olympics and discuss major transfer moves from the last few days. Order of Show 0:00 What to do about the looming episode 666 0:03 Gaige Garcia to Lehigh, and Keegan Moore to Oklahoma 0:05 What the Olympic seeds mean for Team USA 0:36 Questions from friends
Instead of starting indoors and transplanting everything, why not start your fall garden directly in the soil? Connect With Meg Cowden: Meg Cowden is the founder of Seed to Fork, a Zone 4a/b gardener who’s all about zone-bending, season extending, and succession planting. She’s got a book coming out soon too, so stay tuned. Seed to Fork Blog Meg’s YouTube Channel Meg’s Instagram Meg’s Pinterest Meg’s Facebook Page Buy Birdies Garden Beds Use code EPICPODCAST for 5% off your first order of Birdies metal raised garden beds, the best metal raised beds in the world. They last 5-10x longer than wooden beds, come in multiple heights and dimensions, and look absolutely amazing. Click here to shop Birdies Garden Beds Buy My Book My book, Field Guide to Urban Gardening, is a beginners guide to growing food in small spaces, covering 6 different methods and offering rock-solid fundamental gardening knowledge: Order on Amazon Order a signed copy Follow Epic Gardening YouTube Instagram Pinterest Facebook Facebook Group
Things discussed: Seth & Craig come on early (Sam is out sick) to talk about sports analytics Softball seeding: Michigan got hosed, the Big Ten got hosed, Washington and the Pac 12 got hosed even worse. Seeding was absurdly SEC-biased. Committee based it on the Big Ten not playing out-of-conference games, punishing the conference for protecting their players during a pandemic. Will this be what finally pushes the northern schools to leave the NCAA and create their own summer league? Would they adapt Bakich’s proposal to make more money? Brian: plausible. Seth: no, because they’re a cartel, and the small schools are driving it. How scholarships work in softball/baseball now. Matt Campbell turned down the Lions, would you? Oregon State DT transfer, and Michigan’s Ravens-like front: will it work? Hockey: Brian crosses fingers that Michigan Hockey Summer leaves us at least three of the four guys about to get drafted. Hoops: Are they a 1 seed? Their floor is really high, a bit on Bufkin. Track is good. Let’s change the field hockey rules.
Tom Zayas & Cranjis McBasketball discuss the madness surrounding the seeding for the Playoffs/Play-In Tournament, briefly chat about the Gasol/Trezz minutes we've seen so far, and whether or not THT should have a spot in the playoff rotation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Anthony Davis is playing great and the Lakers look to be getting back on track, but the West playoff seedings remain bunched up with several scenarios still in play with less than a handful of games remaining. Are the Lakers going to end up in the play-in games or is the 6th or 5th seed still possible? If they do make the play-in, how would a potential matchup with the Warriors go and should the Lakers worry about Steph and company? Pete, Mike, and Darius answer these questions and more as the Lakers enter their final week of the regular season.
In the latest Nerder, Dave, Seth and Mo do some, myth busting..."My star player doesn't get fouled enough!" and "Seeding doesn't matter!!" And finally, The NBA Circle of Life: A Star is found! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Sixers got swept in Milwaukee and have lost four straight. Joel Embiid is nursing a knee and a shoulder injury, Tobias Harris has a knee injury, and Ben Simmons is recovering from an illness. With the #1 seed now something they have to really work for, what are the true panic levels on injuries, seeding and vibes? Also, we talk about starting a team with Ben Simmons, Julius Randle, Brandon Ingram or Tobias Harris, whether the Bucks are title threats, Shake Milton's loser-energy and Sam Presti responds to a question about what the Thunder are doing compared to what the Sixers did. The Rights To Ricky Sanchez is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook. Get 20% off E-Lyte and all Body Bio products with promo code RTRS20. LL Pavorsky Jewelers is where Ricky listeners go and get engaged. Get 9.1% off your first order at Kinetic Skateboarding with promo code DAVESILVER.
Verno and KOC start this Friday off talking about who’s left in the MVP pool and why Jokic’s case is the strongest (0:30). Then they get into Thursday’s contentious Clippers-Suns game and the swirling uncertainty over how seeding could shake out in the Western Conference (10:32), Victor Oladipo’s knee injury (24:39), and the impending overhaul of the Kings (27:17). Finally, as the buyout period ends, they mention any names that could still get bought out, look back at the transactions that were made (35:34), and examine the current Eastern Conference standings (44:30). Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O’Connor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices