Finding time to prepare healthier meals for our families can sometimes (or always) be overwhelming, especially during the busy work week! Find out some of Nicole and Gina's favorite go-to nutrient dense meals and snacks for the whole family; grab your pen and paper (just kidding, you can scroll and find all the links ;)! Enjoy! Patreon | Love what you're hearing? Help fund ongoing episodes through donations as little as $1/month. Learn more here! Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps others with similar interests and passions find us when they're looking for new content. Thank you in advance! Resources and Show Notes Amazon.com: Hamilton Beach 3-in-1 Electric Indoor Grill + Griddle, 8-Serving, Reversible Nonstick Plates, 2 Cooking Zones with Adjustable Temperature (38546), Black: Electric Griddles: Home & Kitchen Breakfast: Blender Banana Oatmeal Pancakes Not Your Moms Egg Casserole Snacks: rice cakes with peanut butter and a sprinkle of cinnamon Crispy Avocado Air Fryer Fries Fudgy Chocolate Zucchini Bread Chocolate Dipped Banana Dinner: Sheet Pan Chicken Shawarma Instant Pot Chicken and Bowtie Pasta Alfredo with Peas Chicken Caesar with a Twist Egg Roll in a Bowl Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos Super Simple Hobo Skillet Fajita Chicken Burgers Minimalist Kitchen, Quinoa Chili - Add the cheese and avocado! Prevention RD potsticker Stir Fry Mini Turkey Veggie Meatballs- Nicole's Slow Cooker cookbook Meatball Tortellini Slow Cooker Caesar Salad with Chicken Nuggets One Pot African Peanut Stew One Pan Honey Garlic Kielbasa Mom Win/Favorite New Product/Recipe Tiseo Frozen Pizza Dough Cheeseburger Quesadilla
Scott has traveled the world for the past 30 years, living in 52 countries, serving in 2 combat tours including the delivery of regional and global projects as a global consultant. Being a past victim of burnout to the point where he actually died, his journey to recovery helped him develop a personalized growth roadmap entitled TIME | LIFE | SELF which is derived from his life's lessons learned. Additionally, Scott offers Leadership Transformation services helping executives and managers recognize their organization's performance thresholds and how to counter polluted circumstances while reducing stress and burnout. In Scott's words: Little did I realize how many directions one's life could go. As a child, I dreamed of exploring the world over. Serving in 2 combat tours at 18 years old forced me to grow up quicker than others. Experiencing death gave me a different outlook on the value of life. Promising myself to live my life to the fullest, I sought a life that would keep me moving, learning. Working unthinkable projects in harsh conditions, until I couldn't. Leading to my death. Why this and the ensuing depression happened is how I created my TIME | LIFE | SELF program. Check out Scott's website: www.scottjspears.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/time_life_self Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TIMELIFESELF The Resilience Roadmap: 1. Consider your time 2. Create a time budget 3. You got to have goals 4. Disconnect 5. Prioritize 6. Perform self-maintenance 7. Pay attention to your energy 8. Do a nightly self-review 9. Make peace 10. Take the time to restart if necessary
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Rev. Dr. Steven Schave, Executive Director of LAMP, joins Andy to talk about the work of LAMP in remote regions of Canada, the people who LAMP is able to serve, opportunities to volunteer, and how these volunteers make a difference in the lives of people in Canada. Learn more and apply to volunteer at lampministry.org.
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Phoebe Stoner has done advocacy a number of different ways: She's worked at non-profits, embedded in the field, and she's also sometimes separated her conservation-life from her professional life. Advocacy doesn't have to be a full-time job for you to make a difference. Stoner is currently on the board of the Northwest Steelheaders, a panel her board colleagues joke errs on the side of male, pale and stale. So... how do you fix that? 2:00 Artemis Podcast – April 22,2021: Saying 'Yes' to Serving on a Board with Phoebe Stoner 7:00 From volunteering to advocacy as a professional life, and back to a side hustle again 11:00 Prioritizing your battles: You can't win them all, so choose where to devote your energies wisely 12:00 Sometimes the most invigorating thing for your conservation/advocacy life is to detach it from your career 13:00 "If you can't advocate for yourself, how can you advocate for anyone or anything else?" 15:00 Conservation is not a sprint, and it's important not to take on the burden of success or failure 16:00 Count your small victories and celebrate them 18:00 Keeping your focus on the long game versus existing in reaction mode 20:00 Sometimes imposter thoughts just don't go away 21:00 Storytelling as a communication strategy 23:00 Northwest Steelheaders, NWF affiliate in Oregon 26:00 Data versus story-driven advocacy; Each has a place 32:00 "The culture in hunting revolves around storytelling... it's the #1 thing people do." 34:00 Storytelling = let's get vulnerable 37:00 Storytelling School with the Moth: How to tell a good story 43:00 Knowing when your group skews male/pale/stale... how do we get more people involved? 48:00 Recruiting would-be leaders into the pipeline is hard work; It takes foresight and planning to help someone step into a bigger role
Serving in Special Operations doesn't require special abilities or superhuman powers. It requires an adherence to a standard that most people don't have the discipline to enforce.In our first long-form episode at Sandlot Jax and the GORUCK Games, Host Fran Racioppi sat down with Josh Bridges, Former Navy SEAL, Crossfit Athlete, Creator of the Pay Him fitness program and Founder of Good Dudes Coffee. Josh and Fran talk the importance of not putting goals on pedestals; training not until you get it right, but until you can't get it wrong; how the fear of failure or inability to do something motivated Josh to train harder and with more focus; and the difference between training hard and training to win. Josh shares his entrepreneurial adventure into the coffee business with Good Dudes Coffee.In partnership with Jaguar Land Rover of Fairfield and The Readiness Collective who provided the WWII British Royal Air Force Land Rover Ambulance Podcast Studio. Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website. Check out our video versions on YouTube.Highlights:-How college wrestling prepared Josh for the Navy SEALs and instilled in him a sense of discipline and work ethic. -Lacking direction and losing himself during his college years resulted in Josh quitting athletics and becoming a loan officer.-Josh reminisces about knowing nothing about the Navy SEALS growing up and the importance of not putting goals on a pedestal that becomes too high to reach. -There is nothing special about being special forces. Becoming a Navy SEAL or competing at the highest levels is not due to superpowers or superhuman capability; it comes down to hard work, discipline and drive. -Josh talks about the need to enjoy the process it takes to prepare ourselves to achieve a result and the discipline needed to train until you can't get it wrong. -Josh launched Good Dudes coffee with the intent to “go pro” by providing a high quality product with good people doing cool things. Quotes:-”Wrestling was a demanding sport. I always said college wrestling was harder than BUDS.” -”He was like ‘I'm going to go be a Navy SEAL' and I was like ‘what's that?'”-”Lesser men than you have come and gone and made it through this course; so why can't you?”-“It's a mindset going into it. If that guy can do it, so can I.”-“You attained your goal…great..now go do the hard work…now you have to keep it.” -”I trained so much harder than I knew the competition would be, so that when competition came there was never even a question.”-”Sweat in training so you don't have to bleed in war.”-”If you don't enjoy the process, the process that takes you to those places, you're never going to get to those places anyway.”-”I'm not gonna do it until I get it right. I'm gonna do it until I can't get it wrong.”-”Winners work really really hard and think they didn't do enough.”-”People who are awesome, doing awesome stuff out there, and they like really good coffee.”This episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike's, 18A Fitness, and Analytix Solutions.
Thanks for joining us for this fun episode of the Revelation Wellness Podcast that will encourage you to find your people and get on mission! Today, Alisa is joined by two of our inspirational Revelation Wellness Ambassadors, Jenn Hebert, and Spencer Fusselman. Listen as they share their stories of how God shows up in powerful ways as they serve in their local communities. Jenn, a graduate of Platoon 24, founded Roca Kidz Club, a non-profit ministry for at-risk children in Manchester, NH. Together with her husband, they serve children who have been affected by abuse, neglect, and poverty, where many have been impacted by multi-generational brokenness. Jenn also ministers to others through foster care and serves as a World Race coach with a presence in Albania, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan. She also leads group fitness classes in her community and in local women's shelter and opens her home to young adults every Tuesday for Taco Tuesday. You can connect with Jenn and her ministry on Instagram / Facebook. Spencer is a graduate of Platoon 27 and is a retired veteran and current Army Reserve Chaplain in Los Lunas, NM. As a PTSD overcomer and survivor, he founded Warrior Faith Ministries as a place to minister to active and retired military members, as well as ROTC cadets. He uses opportunities during Army Reserve training practices to apply spiritual teachings and to encourage the Army reserve soldiers through his ministry. Spencer also founded a Christian martial arts studio where he invests in the community's youth. You can connect with Spencer on Instagram / Youtube. Serving those in marginalized communities is a pillar of the Revelation Wellness ministry. As Alisa shares in the interview, the role of Revelation Wellness is to help train and equip those in the Rev community so they can then go out and love others, as Christ teaches in Matthew 22:39. Check out this video from Hope Fest held in Phoenix to see what joy looks like when we serve on mission in the community. You can also check out this video for more incredible stories: Ambassador Stories If becoming an ambassador is something that excites you, click here to apply --> Revelation Wellness Ambassador. Applications are currently being accepted for Platoon 29, with new scholarship opportunities available! Launching our ambassadors on mission is not possible without your support. Please consider becoming a DONOR today, where your generosity helps train and equip those like Jenn and Spencer as they serve in their communities. Click here to connect with us! The Official Revelation Wellness Facebook / Instagram We LOVE your reviews! They really do help us spread the good news! Please consider leaving us one, and if we read your name on our show, we'll send you a free gift from the Revelation Wellness Store!
Join Stephanie Hypes & Miss Krssi Luv for an all-new SERVING Face & Heels talking everything in women's wrestling including Ronda Rousey beating Charlotte Flair in an I Quit Match for the SmackDown Women's Title, Charlotte taking time off, Hikaru Shida on the outs with AEW & more! Welcome to the Tru Heel Heat Wrestling YouTube channel where we cover the sport of professional wrestling including all WWE TV shows (Raw, Smackdown, & NXT), AEW Dynamite/Dark, IMPACT Wrestling, NJPW, ROH, Dark Side of the Ring and more. Our weekly podcast hosted by SP3, Top Guy JJ & Miss Krssi Luv breaking down the weekly wrestling news and present unfiltered, honest thoughts and opinions for wrestling fans by wrestling fans, drops every Saturday. We also include PPV reviews, countdowns, and exclusive interviews with wrestlers from all promotions hosted by a wide range of personalities such as Romeo, Chris G, Ness, StatKing, Drunk Guy JJ, J-News and more. Subscribe and enable ALL notifications to stay posted for the latest wrestling WWE news, highlights, commentary, updates and more. Become a member of Tru Heels Facebook community: www.facebook.com/groups/1336177103130224/ Subscribe to Tru Heel Heat on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0AmFQmsRyQYPKyRm5hDwNg Follow Tru Heels on Twitter: twitter.com/truheelheat Follow Tru Heels on Instagram: www.instagram.com/truheelheat/ Music composed by JPM
Quick Links:The Agency Profitability Toolkit - Get the templates, formulas, and frameworks we've used with our consulting clients to help them double their profitability in under 60 days, absolutely free.For more information on our Agency Profitability Systems and Consulting, check out https://parakeeto.comLove the podcast? Leave us a review on the platform of your choice at this link.Want to see/read more about this episode? Then do make your way to parakeeto.com/blogGuest Links:PiaSilva.comNoBSAgencies.comTwitter @pialovesyourbizLinkedInInstagramAbout Shaun:Shaun Clark is a serial entrepreneur, multi-millionaire, and a co-founder and the CEO of HighLevel – the #1 white-label marketing platform for agencies. Serving more than 20,000 agency owners, HighLevel is the all-in-one sales and marketing platform that agencies and consultants can white-label and resell to customers.
Katey Martin retires after nineteen years as a White Fern. Two more All Black front-rowers are headed to France. Tiger Woods has a crack at Phil Mickelson. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE
Growing your drinking discernment the ability to judge well. When it comes to alcohol, this is everything. The voice of the habit and nostalgic memories, create feel good chemicals themselves. When you think of NOT doing that, feelings of deprivation compound. So how do you stay in your TRUTH and grow new pathways for changing your relationship to alcohol and not feel like you are missing out?How to use your intuition rather than ego to decide with ease and purpose and clarity.Discerning between what you have chosen as a new intention for not drinking and what you have evidence for in the past. You can be convicted in one moment to not drink and fall into illusions of alcohol romance the next.Today you will learn:-Importance of intentional thought creation.-Three steps for discerment from intuition rather than ego.-Understanding the catalyst of alcohol for pleasure and how to do it on your own.-Why our brain overrides our initial intentions -Skills for the most effective way to learn something newReady to learn intentional thought creation? The Stop Drinking and Start Living Program Is Open! Enroll NOW by clicking HERE and commence your journey with our opening ceremony today. If you have any questions about the program, don't hesitate to email me: email@example.com
Welcome to The Thoughtful Spot: the podcast for women, wherever they are on their Christian journey, who are thoughtfully seeking God's transforming power, who are striving to live as Christ wants them to everyday, and who want other Christian women to walk with them through life. I'm your host Terri Hester. Over the past couple of weeks, we've been focusing on creativity. First, I shared some ideas about what it means to be created in God's image to be creative. Next, I shared some thoughts about how we can live creatively. On today's episode, I'm going to talk about how we can serve creatively.Scripture Reference:4:10-1 1 (NLT)Philippians 4:13 (NLT) Quote:“We are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.” ~Chuck SwindollClick here to sign-up for my email newsletter.Website: www.terrihester.comFollow me on Facebook
It goes against our nature. We would rather be served than to serve. But the One who calls us didn't come to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many. If we are called to follow Him, we are called to serve. Join Chaplain Walt for this challenging message on what it means to follow Jesus.
God has given NCC a vision to make 1000 disciples across 3 NCC campuses by 2025. If we are going to make it to a whole new future, we can't keep doing what we've been doing. This new frontier will require us to be obedient as God leads each of us. What is he calling you to? Let's listen and pray as He leads each of our families together.
Michigan is made up of many special organizations serving our communities and joining Chris to help highlight one such organization called "Origami Rehabilitation" is their President and CEO, Tammy Hannah!
Michigan is made up of many special organizations serving our communities and joining Chris to help highlight one such organization called "Origami Rehabilitation" is their President and CEO, Tammy Hannah!
133: "Veterans, especially women, want to continue serving outside of the military. It's just finding that thing that ignites you." Today's female veteran with Cat Corchado It's been 22 years since Cat Corchado transitioned out of the military as an Air Force veteran that served for 20 years. Although she has enjoyed most of her civilian life as a personal trainer, it's only been in the recent years where she's asked herself, "What's next?" It was during the heart of the pandemic when she realized it was time to start the Sisters in Service podcast. In sharing her journey as a podcaster, she reflects on her surprisingly quiet military transition 22 years ago, how she enjoys supporting people to 'be better in their bodies,' being a female veteran in today's society, and much more. Reach out to Cat: https://www.podpage.com/sisters-in-service/ (https://www.podpage.com/sisters-in-service/) http://www.twitter.com/SistersinSvc (http://www.twitter.com/SistersinSvc) http://instagram.com/sisters.in.service (http://instagram.com/sisters.in.service) https://www.facebook.com/sistersinservicecharlotte (https://www.facebook.com/sistersinservicecharlotte) https://www.linkedin.com/in/catcorchado (https://www.linkedin.com/in/catcorchado) firstname.lastname@example.org Resources The Veteran Retirement Rescue: How to Protect Your Retirement Savings from the Certainty of Uncertain Times is available to order on Amazon and Kindle. F FREE PDF download, visit https://usvetwealth.com/veteran-retirement-rescue (https://usvetwealth.com/veteran-retirement-rescue) -- The award-winning show, Holding Down the Fort by US VetWealth, returns for Season 6 to answer the biggest question for career military families, “So… when are we gonna get out?” and everything involved with answering this question. Co-hosts Jen Amos and Jenny Lynne Stroup continue to converse with special guests from and for our military community to share knowledge, resources and relevant stories on how we can best “hold down the fort” while on active duty, going through transition, and into post-military life. Holding Down the Fort is sponsored by US VetWealth. Navigate your military retirement pay and survivor benefit plan alternatives by getting FREE access to our white papers. We have a case study library for the following ranks: E7, E8, E9, O5 and O6. Visit https://usvetwealth.com/retirementpay/ (https://usvetwealth.com/retirementpay/ ) Looking for a similar show to listen to? Check out our sister podcast show, The Spouse Benefit Plan, at http://thespousebenefitplan.com/ (http://thespousebenefitplan.com/) Stay connected and get the latest updates from our Holding Down the Fort by US VetWealth community by subscribing to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT (http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT) Connect with our co-hosts Jen Amos email@example.com and Jenny Lynne Stroup firstname.lastname@example.org March 2022, Jenny Lynne was voted the 2022 Naval Station Norfolk Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year. November 2020, Jen Amos was awarded “Media Professional of the Year” at The Rosie Network Entrepreneur Awards! The show continued to collect award nominations in the following years. September 2021, the show made the Final Slate in the 16th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards for the Government & Organizations category. November 2021, the show was an Award Finalist for the 5th Annual National Veteran & Military Spouse Entrepreneur Awards. December 2021, the show became a Golden Crane Podcast Awards Nominee. Holding Down the Fort has also been featured in multiple media outlets including Military Entrepreneur (M.E.) Magazine, MOAA's Never Stop Learning Podcast, The Leadership Void Podcast, Sisters in Service Podcast, Lessons Learned for Vets Podcast, Get 2 Vet, Blue Star Families of Dayton & Southwestern Ohio, Legacy Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine, The American MilSpouse, VeteranCrowd...
A 20-year veteran of the financial industry, Helen Young Hayes has survived a bear market that gutted her funds portfolio in the early 90's and a horrific plane crash that nearly took her life in 1989. Serving as portfolio manager of the Janus Worldwide and Overseas funds, Helen built and invested a $50 billion franchise in global and international equities. In 2016, she changed course and founded Activate Workforce Solutions to help employers find and keep loyal and engaged employees. Helen is a respected voice and staunch advocate for the overlooked and undervalued workforce.
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In the second of this two-part conversation Drs. Patrick Loehrer and David Johnson sit down with Dr. Deborah Schrag, the current Chair of the Department of Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to continue the discussion of her roles as a leader, researcher, oncologist, public health expert, and more. If you liked this episode, please subscribe. Learn more at https://education.asco.org, or email us at email@example.com. TRANSCRIPT Dr. Dave Johnson: Hi everyone, welcome back to Oncology, Etc. an ASCO educational podcast. My name is Dave Johnson. I'm at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. And I'm here with my good friend Dr. Pat Loehrer who serves as a director of Global Oncology and Health Equities at Indiana University. In the second half of our conversation with Dr. Deborah Schrag, the current chair of Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. In part one, we heard about Dr. Schrag's early life and background, as well as the importance of affordable cancer care and much more. Let's jump back into the conversation and hear about her current goals and initiatives at Memorial Sloan Kettering. I have a question for you. Jumping ahead a little bit. But I mean, you're such a role model for all of us. But you're now in a very powerful position as head of medicine at the preeminent cancer center in the world. So, I'd be interested in knowing what are your top initiatives? What did you come to this role wanting to do short-term and long-term? I'd be curious to hear from you about that. Dr. Deborah Schrag: Yeah. So, I have lots of specific initiatives, all the things that are probably very similar across medical cancer centers. We have to figure out the role of immuno-oncology. We have to figure out the role of CAR T-cell Therapy. There are lots of specific things, but let me tell you about three sort of overarching principles and things that I think we need to think about. So, one of the reasons why I decided to leave my job where I really focused on training researchers and building a research program to lead a department of medicine that has a mix of clinicians, educators, and investigators is that there's really a profound sense of exhaustion and disconnection. I'll use the word even burnout or people get the sense of losing the joy in the practice of medicine. And as corny as it sounds, and I know I'm going a little corny here, Dave. But I really want to help bring back and connect people to the joy in the practice of medicine. It's the joy that we experience when we crack a tough case, when we help a patient, when our patients make us laugh, when our patients and their families make us cry, when they drive us bananas, when they cook us food that is inedible, just reconnecting us to the joy, to the stories. I really wanted to try to be a different kind of leader because I felt that I could make a contribution to the field of academic medicine in general and oncology in particular, by working with faculty to set them up to tap into that joy, because I know they all started with it. I know they all went into medicine because they care about those human stories, because they do want to make a difference. This past week, a fellow intern of mine who you may know, passed away. His name was Paul Farmer. He was the head of Partners in Health and he was an infectious disease physician. There's a book about him by Tracy Kidder that's really moving. There's also a documentary about him called, Bending the Arc, which I would highly recommend. Paul was an incredible inspiration, just incredible, but he brought so much joy to the practice of medicine. I remember when Paul was going to some of the poorest places on the planet, specifically Cange, Haiti. He got an idea that he needed to bring chemotherapy because there were large cancers that were untreated. And he wanted to get leftover chemotherapy from the Dana-Farber. So, in the 1990s, when I was a fellow, he would ask me whether I could get him any leftover Taxol. I was like, ‘Paul, I can't do that. It's not safe. You can't take leftover Taxol to Cange'. And he said, ‘Deb, just wait, the drugs will be oral soon, and then I'll get it'. But guess what? Paul came back to me in 1999, and capecitabine had been approved. The oral equivalent of 5-FU. He held my feet to the fire. He said, ‘Every time you have a dead patient, if there's any leftover capecitabine, I want you to get it for me'. Inspirational leadership, connecting people to the joy in the practice of medicine. I would say that's number one. There's no one simple formula or way to do that. It's hard work. It requires a team I think a lot more teamwork into the practice of medicine. I think we're coming out of a hard two years where we've been confined to Zoom boxes. But it's a lot easier when we can sit together in a room and have a pizza and a beer on a Friday afternoon. But we have to figure this out, and we will, step by step. The other big thematic area, I think, has to do with the patient experience. Dave, I mean, when I started out as a fellow, patients with advanced lung cancer were living for 10 months, 10-12 months, that was a pretty good run with advanced metastatic non-small cell lung cancer. Well, these days, it's 2-3 years, and there's even quite a tale of patients who were living 4-5 years. And that is a long journey. It's no longer the 800-meter sprint, it's a half marathon, turning into a marathon and even an ultra-marathon. So, the way we deliver care needs to change. So, we're really rethinking here, how we deliver care. So, as an example of some, if you go back to the 80s and 90s, cancer chemotherapy was something that happened in the hospital. And in the last quarter century, we've transitioned that to an outpatient practice. I think in the next quarter century, we won't transition all of it, but we will transition a lot of it to home. As an example, I'm struck by when patients undergo IVF, they get handed some Lupron and are taught how to self-administer Lupron every day, so they can undergo a fertility cycle. But when those same women get breast cancer, they have to come into the clinic and sit and wait and take half a day off of work to get the same Lupron. The same is true for men with prostate cancer. Why is that? It's because of policies, and it's not safety, it's not patient-centered. So, I think we have an opportunity to change the patient experience. I think we'll be able to give immunotherapy at home, and HER-2 agents at home. We have to do the trials and make sure that it's safe, but we have to make cancer care more patient-centric and improve the experience. And that's just essential when it's a marathon that we're asking our patients to run, not these 12-month sprints. Families need this also. So, those are a few of the challenges that I want to take on. Joy in medicine, patient experience, and of course, the physician-scientist pathway needs to be strengthened. Dr. Pat Loehrer: I love it. You can imagine between Dave and me, I think that resonates so much about having joy in medicine. I've not heard other people talk about that, but I really think that's an important vocation. But I'm going to ask you something else too because, in the efforts of being joyful and being a role model for that, there's the other side of it, where you can't actually let your hair down, and really be depressed, if you will, or down because you can't let the other side see that. And so, who do you lean on if you will, your confessor that you can talk to when you're feeling down when you're trying to fight the anti-joy part of your job? Dr. Deborah Schrag: I have lots of friends outside of medicine. And I've always found that that's really helpful to make time for friends outside of medicine. They help connect me to humor and other things. I'm coming up on a big high school reunion. My high school classmates and I still meet for picnics in Central Park. And there are about 120 in our graduating class. And I think we'll have about 110 of us getting together. We still have picnics with 40-50 people attending. So, there's nothing like old friends from childhood who now do all kinds of different things. So, that's really helpful. But I've also found that my mentors and colleagues who trained me and who know me really well, are a great source of advice. So, leaders in academic medicine, and I've always found that I've been able to get advice from people who were senior and leaders, people such as Dr. Mayer, Dr. Benz, Dr. Jim Griffin, and also junior colleagues. I now increasingly as I get old, I rely more and more on my trainees and my mentees. So, some of the folks I know best are people who I trained. So, I'll just give you one example. Many of you may know Ethan Basch. We worked together when we were both just coming up. I was an assistant professor. He was a couple of years behind me. I mentored him. Well, he's now chief of the Division of Oncology at UNC. He and I have written lots of grants together. We're really partners now. But it's been a lifelong professional friendship. Sometimes when I just need to let my hair down, I get on the phone with Ethan, and yeah, there's a little bit of commiserating. But I'll give you an example that runs through Dave. Some really valuable experiences had to do with being asked to serve on committees. I think it's great. I just want to give a shout-out to ASCO. Some of my earliest professional relationships were with superstars that I met through ASCO. So, people like Joe Simone, reading his Simone's Maxims everyone needs to read Simone's Maxims if you haven't. There was a guy by the name of Christopher Desh, who sadly passed on. But he was an ASCO member who practiced at the Virginia Commonwealth University back in the late 1990s. Boy, did that guy understand the joy in medicine, some of the early folks who started QOPI. Being introduced to those individuals who practiced in different parts of the country and who had different kinds of challenges - having that sort of rich network has been incredible. At some point, I think through such a connection, maybe it was through Dr. Mayer, I was referred to Dr. Johnson, who was then running the American Board of Internal Medicine committee that wrote the oncology exam. I participated in that for a few years that was led by Dr. Johnson. And I met incredible people on that committee, including Dr. Johnson, just Dr. Johnson's stories could inspire anyone and get them back on track just in terms of the humor and the joy and the love, and really the pride in the profession. But I met Jamie Von Roenn that way, who's now leading educational efforts at ASCO, she was on that committee. Lynn Schuchter became a good friend of mine as a result of that. So, I would just say, sometimes you need to get out of your own space. And sometimes I need to get out of Dodge, as they say, I need to get out of New York, get out of Boston, and being connected to colleagues across the country has been so rewarding. I have a network of friends at other institutions who I rely on. Serving on external advisory boards is a great place to meet people. Study section, if anyone has the opportunity to be on study section. That's a fabulous opportunity. So, I think participating in peer review, showing up at meetings, serving on ASCO committees, or ASH or AACR. These are really important experiences. And I will say in my leadership role, I'm really trying to make it clear to faculty that I encourage them to take time to participate in these activities and attend these events and even travel because the traveling is important, too. I could not have gotten the same dose of Dave Johnson, if I had not actually gone to the meeting, spent all day writing board review questions, and then having a nice meal afterward. That was part of the experience. I don't know what you would say, Dave, but that was my view. Dr. Dave Johnson: So, one of the things that Osler talked about was the fellowship of the profession, and how important it is to have those relationships. Even if one can't physically be with that individual, developing that spiritual relationship is really critically important. I'm so glad you brought this up and expanded on it in the way you did because I think it's absolutely critical to retain the joy of medicine. It's our colleagues, as well as our patients that make it such a marvelous, majestic profession, in my view. Dr. Pat Loehrer: I was going to just add something if I could. So, Deb, replace me on the ABIM, just to let you know, because we had certain slots on there. One of the not sure if it was the rules or guidelines that were mandated is that everyone needed to take the oncology boards, even though we wrote the questions, we had to take the test. And you knew that and you had such unbridled enthusiasm for this. I still remember this deeply, and that not only did you recertify for the oncology board, but you also studied to take the medicine boards too. Your love of medicine is so contagious. And I'm sure everyone at Memorial benefits from this. Dr. Deborah Schrag: Thank you. That's very nice to say. I do, I love the stories. I've been rounding with the house staff on the inpatient service. I think both of you know, inpatient oncology, as we're able to do more and more in the outpatient setting, our inpatients are very, very sick. And we often get a front-row seat to what I would call the social determinants of health challenges. In other words, if you've got relatives and resources, you may be able to be at home. But if you have severe pain or symptoms, and you lack the relatives, or you live on a fifth floor, walk-up, or just don't have the resources to get the home care that you need, you're more likely to be in our hospital. But as I round with the house staff, I find myself asking them to tell me more about the patient stories. Because when I round and they tell me that it's a 74-year-old with peritoneal carcinomatosis, jaundice, and abdominal pain. I'm so old that I've seen so many hundreds of those patients and the management hasn't changed very much. But what's really the privilege is to understand the journeys that got people where they are, and to learn a little bit about who these people are. I try to do that when I round with house staff and I find that it makes the experience better for them. I have to say that I do worry about how we train young physicians in oncology because what they see on the inpatient side is really the hardest of the hard, that's obviously less true in a leukemia service, where they're delivering lots of curative therapy or a stem cell transplant service. But in solid tumor oncology, it's really hard. I think it's something we have to have to tackle. We have to rethink education and medical oncology. I'm hoping that we're going to do that. That's also on the bucket list, by the way. I think we have to do that as a profession. And I know both of you are passionate champions and advocates for education, as is ASCO. But I think it's really imperative that we do that if we are to keep attracting talent. And then I just want to make one more point, which is that New York City is one of the most diverse places in the United States. I don't know about the planet, because I don't know the whole planet. But in the United States, we are incredibly diverse. But the oncology workforce does not yet look like that. So, we have a lot of work to do to train a much more diverse workforce. We're doing well with respect to gender, very well. We're literally about 50/50, we may even have a little bit higher proportion of women on the faculty here at MSK. And I think that's true nationally as well. But with respect to Blacks and Hispanics, and other underrepresented communities, Native Americans, we've got a long way to go. And we have a pipeline problem. And that's going to be hard. But it's hard work that we have to do, and I know you guys are working on that in your own centers as well. Dr. Dave Johnson: Let me follow up on that. What attributes are you looking for in trainees and newly hired faculty? Whether they be junior or senior faculty? What are the characteristics or attributes you seek that you think predict, or certainly you want your individuals to possess? Dr. Deborah Schrag: We all want people who have everything, but I would say creativity, the willingness to take risks, and the ability to ask a question. I say this to the trainees, frankly, I say it to my own children as well. ‘It's okay, take a harder course. Yes, you may get a B minus by trying something new and different, that doesn't play to your strengths. But try something new. Take risks. Yes, the trial may fail. Yes, you may not get that grant.' But I think a willingness to take risks, a willingness to put yourself out there, a willingness to stretch. I'm also looking for people who can work in teams because there is no aspect of medical care that happens in MSK, I suspect that it's also true that maybe medicine in Antarctica, but even medicine in Antarctica is probably a team sport. Medicine has become a very complicated team sport. It's a very complicated dance with pharmacists, nurses, and APPs. It takes a village to give a course of immunotherapy. It is very complicated. And so, when people like to control things and like to do everything themselves, they're going to have a hard time. And that's true I find for teaching, laboratory investigation, wet lab, dry lab, most good, impactful, important science in oncology these days, clinical trials, wet, dry, all of it gets done in teams. Teams that have people with different levels of training, different skill sets, early stage, late stage, people who are quantitative, people who can write, people who can program, people who can do lab experiments, and people who know what an organoid is. People who know how to program an in R. All different kinds of skill sets but they have to be able to work in teams. People who can't do that are going to struggle to achieve maximum impact. I'm not saying that there isn't room at the end for the occasional genius person who likes to work solo. But that's not really what we need to move the needle. So, I need team players. I think there is a big emphasis on collegiality. Of course, we want smart and we want brilliance. But sometimes a drop less brilliance and a drop more collegiality and being able to work together in a team, it goes a long way and it's the difference between doing something impactful and not. That's what I look for. I also think that it takes all different kinds of people. And no one has to excel at everything, but it's great for people to be able to excel at something. So, passion, drive, and ability to ask questions, and not being afraid to occasionally fail and having some tolerance for that and trying to make sure that leaders are able to tolerate that, too. We have to be able to. Dr. Dave Johnson: Yeah, I think those are great suggestions. We're getting near the end of our time today, and we have a lot more questions to ask. But what's your biggest fear, as the head of the Department of Medicine, looking to the future, what causes you to lose sleep at night? Dr. Deborah Schrag: I think the business of medicine. If medicine turns into something that feels just like [inaudible] work, and losing physicians, if we don't respect physicians' need to take care of themselves, to take care of their families, and yeah, to find that joy, then we will not attract the top talents. I think we need great minds and great hearts and people from all walks of life to enter the profession, because that's the talent that we need, to quote my friend, Paul Farmer, ‘Bend the arc'. And you know, we need to bend Kaplan-Meier curves in the right direction. And we need the talent to come into the profession, and if they see that we are not happy and not thriving, the next generation is going to go elsewhere. I don't want to begrudge my wonderful endocrinology colleagues. We need people to tackle diabetes, and we need great surgeons and great anesthesiologists, too. So, it's not just oncology. In medicine, I'm responsible for all kinds of discipline. And boy, we need a lot of cardio-oncologists because we've created all kinds of new challenges. So, it's all of the sub-disciplines of medicine, but I think physician well-being and attracting talent to the field is really essential and making sure that the business side of medicine doesn't take over and destroy the core promise and premise of academic medicine. It is a spectacular profession and calling, and it has led to so many advances that have really changed the world. And we have to, I think, preserve the good in that. My fear is that that gets further eroded. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Just one last question from me. Thank you for all your wonderful comments. But I think I have to ask this because it's such an unusual thing as they brought up at the beginning that you're the first female Head of Medicine at Memorial and Lisa DeAngelis is the first Physician in Chief. And so, although there is gender equity in medicine, there is not gender equity and leadership around the academic world. And this is a very unique situation there. Can you reflect a little bit about the significance of this and perhaps, lessons learned, particularly if you're speaking to a younger version of yourself or a young woman who's thinking about a career? What are the lessons between you and Dr. DeAngelis mean? Dr. Deborah Schrag: I'm not sure I've been at it long enough to have lessons. I'm just so grateful. So, I'm not in the generation that was a trailblazer. I'm a beneficiary. So, I've had the privilege of being trained by Dr. Jane Weeks, by Dr. Judy Garber. I, myself, had so many great mentors who were women. I would say to women, that you can have it all. You just may not be able to have it all at once. Women and men have to make choices. Can you have a lab and be a laboratory investigator? Yes. Can you do that and have a family? Yes. I think running a high-power lab and having a gigantic clinical practice and running clinical trials, I think the three-legged stool and the so-called triple threat is really, really hard. But I think it's hard for women and men. What I would also say to women is you don't have to be the boys - be yourself. I think the best advice I can give to leaders is to be authentic. Because everyone, men, women, people smell a phony and no one likes to phony. So, I think if you know how to partner, you understand that it's a team sport. I think women do that really well. So, I think being authentic, and I think women need to hear that, you don't have to emulate male role models. You have to be yourself. I would love to emulate the two of you. I have to thank both of you because the Indiana Miracle and Dave from his Vanderbilt days, Vandy, as Dave likes to call it, from his Vanderbilt days to his Texas days, like, the two of you are such incredible thought leaders and inspirational leaders in oncology, but I can't be you. The best we can be is sort of the best version of ourselves but we can be inspired by the great qualities that we see in other leaders and carry a little bit of that with us. So, I think that goes for women and for men. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Thank you! Well said, and I appreciate the thoughts. We've kind of gone through this and we're going to have to wrap it up. One of the questions that we often times ask our visitors is if there's a book that they're reading, a documentary that they're watching, a movie they're seeing, or anything you'd recommend? Dr. Deborah Schrag: That's a good question. So, yes, actually. One of the ways that I learn about leadership that I find, actually a fun way that's both relaxing and educational, is to read a biography. I love reading biographies. I'm going to name two. And these are popular books - for scholars these may not be. First really fun book is ‘The Splendid and the Vile', by Erik Larson. It's a book about Winston Churchill in 1940, and how he has to try to persuade the United States to enter World War Two, but it's really about a particular year in history and Winston Churchill. Dr. Dave Johnson: It's a great book. Dr. Deborah Schrag: It's called, The Splendid and the Vile. I just learned so much about leadership from that book and the decisions that Winston Churchill makes in his bathtub. So, just read that book and think about what Winston Churchill does in his bathtub. I can't lead from my bathtub, I live in a New York City apartment, but that's one. Then more recently, I guess there's a little German theme happening here, is, The Chancellor. It's about the life of Angela Merkel. It's long, I haven't finished it yet. But it's incredible. What a story, East Germany, her leadership style, how she studies chemistry, how she rises. It's a fantastic book. It's called, The Chancellor. So, I will recommend that one. Then the last one, my beloved nephew who's like a son to me. He's about 36 years old, and he has ALS. And he's completely paralyzed. He is on a vent and he has two little kids. But he released a documentary that actually won at the Tribeca Film Festival called, Not Going Quietly, which is about a cross-country trip that he made. He's a pretty inspirational character, despite the fact that my nephew was completely locked in, he communicates only with his eyes. He is living a remarkable life. I think that documentay, I know this is a shameless plug for my nephew, but he's a pretty inspirational character. I don't necessarily agree with 100% of his policy prescriptions and recommendations. But there are lots of ways to make meaning in the world. So, that's another documentary. Dr. Pat Loehrer: That's incredible. Thank you so much for sharing that. I'm going to look it up. People think cancer is the worst thing you can get but there are worse diseases to have. Dr. Deborah Schrag: Yeah, I think this one might change your idea. And then I would also say Paul Farmer's Bending the Arc. I think for young physicians who haven't seen that movie, I would recommend Bending the Arc. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Thank you. Dr. Deborah Schrag: Thank you! It's been great to chat with you. Dr. Pat Loehrer: It's great. So, that's all the time we have for today. And I really want to thank you, Deb, for joining us and for all your insight. It's been wonderful. I also want to thank all our listeners for tuning in to Oncology, Etc. This is an ASCO Education podcast where we'll talk about just about anything and everything, if you've heard. If you have an idea for a topic or guest you'd like to see on the show or a host that you would like not to see on the show, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again. And Dave, I just have a riddle for you here. How do you make an octopus laugh? Dr. Dave Johnson: Show him your picture. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Ten-tickles. 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A Unified ChurchPastor Trinity OppActs 4:32-35 All the believers were united in heart and mind. And they felt that what they owned was not their own, so they shared everything they had. The apostles testified powerfully to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, and God's great blessing was upon them all. There were no needy people among them, because those who owned land or houses would sell them and bring the money to the apostles to give to those in need.Acts 4:23-31 As soon as they were freed, Peter and John returned to the other believers and told them what the leading priests and elders had said. When they heard the report, all the believers lifted their voices together in prayer to God: “O Sovereign Lord, Creator of heaven and earth, the sea, and everything in them— you spoke long ago by the Holy Spirit through our ancestor David, your servant, saying,‘Why were the nations so angry? Why did they waste their time with futile plans?The kings of the earth prepared for battle; the rulers gathered togetheragainst the Lord and against his Messiah.'“In fact, this has happened here in this very city! For Herod Antipas, Pontius Pilate the governor, the Gentiles, and the people of Israel were all united against Jesus, your holy servant, whom you anointed. But everything they did was determined beforehand according to your will. And now, O Lord, hear their threats, and give us, your servants, great boldness in preaching your word. Stretch out your hand with healing power; may miraculous signs and wonders be done through the name of your holy servant Jesus.”After this prayer, the meeting place shook, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit. Then they preached the word of God with boldness.Three qualities that will help you be effective in living the gospel in whatever circumstances you face…Compassion for othersGenerosity towards others Vulnerability with othersChallenge: The church is most effective in reaching people for Jesus when people witness and experience the church serving one another and helping those in need from a place of unity, compassion, and generosity. How are these three qualities: compassion for others, generosity towards others, and vulnerability with others evident in your life as a Christian, regardless of your situation or circumstances?Supporting Texts:Acts 4:23-31James 2:15-17Luke 10:29-37John 13:34-35
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Episode 149 – Curt Thompson joins Stephanie to share in the experience of delighting in the glory of God through our eponymous series. They discuss the role of beauty in our identity—its creation and our awareness of it. They discuss the importance of crushing in our lives—how beauty often needs to be pulverized in order to attain its purpose, and how spice often delivers its best flavors and fragrance when heated and crushed. They ponder the importance to taste and see that the Lord is good—how sensing precedes our making sense of what we are sensing, and the importance of the five senses in our relationship with God and with one another. They dive into the cultural nuances of our brain formation and our mind transformation. They talk about shame, and desire, and delight, and beauty Curt invites us to experience Psalm 27:4 through the lens of delight in the glory of God: One thing I ask from the Lord, this only do I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze on the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple. (NIV, Biblica) Finally, Curt invites us to “practice for heaven” and to discover what it means and how to train our hearts and minds to become ready for the indescribable beauty of delight in the glory of God for all of eternity. MEET CURT THOMPSON Curt Thompson (MD, Wright State University) is a board-certified psychiatrist and the founder of Being Known, an organization that develops resources for hope and healing at the intersection of neuroscience and Christian spiritual formation. He is also the author of The Soul of Shame, The Soul of Desire, and Anatomy of the Soul. Inspired by deep compassion for others and informed from a Christian perspective, psychiatrist Curt Thompson shares fresh insights and practical applications for developing more authentic relationships and fully experiencing our deepest longing: to be known. With a considerable dose of warmth (and surprising measure of humor), Curt weaves together an understanding of interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) and a Christian view of what it means to be human — to educate and encourage others as they seek to fulfill their intrinsic desire to feel known, valued and connected. He understands that deep, authentic relationships are essential to experiencing a healthier, more purposeful life — but the only way to realize this is to begin telling our stories more truly. Curt's unique insights about how the brain affects and processes relationships help people discover a fresh perspective and practical applications to foster healthy and vibrant lives, allowing them to get unstuck and move toward the next beautiful thing they're being called to make. Through his workshops, speaking engagements, books, organizational consulting, private clinical practice and other platforms, he helps people process their longings, grief, identity, purpose, perspective of God and perspective of humanity, inviting them to engage more authentically with their own stories and their relationships. Only then can they can feel truly known and connected and live into the meaningful reality they desire to create. Thompson is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and his main focus of clinical and research interest has been the integration of psychiatry, its associated disciplines, and Christian spiritual formation. He is actively engaged in learning and teaching as he supervises clinical employees and facilitates ongoing education groups for patients and colleagues. He also speaks frequently on the topic at workshops, conferences, and retreats. Serving as an elder at Washington Community Fellowship in Washington, DC, his duties have included preaching, teaching, and participation in the fellowship's healing prayer ministry. He and his wife, Phyllis, a licensed clinical social worker, are the parents of two children and reside in Arlington, Virginia. Website CurtThompsonMD Podcast. Being Known Podcast InstaGram CurtThompsonMD Facebook @CurtThompsonMD Twitter @Curt_ThompsonMD BOOK: The Soul of Desire Delighting in the glory of God. Does this concept strike you as reserved for spiritual contemplatives? What if, instead, it proved the highly practical, deeply foundational perspective you need right now? Why does God's glory even matter in our day and age? How can we learn from Jesus to make His glory our true North and lifelong quest? What keeps us from fully stepping into this God-ordained purpose for our life? How do we kindle delight for God on a daily basis? And, once we have embraced God's glory as our heart's true delight, how can we then come alongside others? Join us to cultivate a sincere delight for God's glory, rooted in an honest, hard look at the depth of our need, and in the much deeper Reality of His grace. Trace the glory of God through Scripture and in your own life. Behold the exact radiance of God's glory, revealed in Jesus. Learn to see yourself as Christ does—through the lens of the Father's love at the cross. Jesus offers to overwhelm our deadly self-centeredness with His resurrection power. He carries us every step of the way, even as He calls us to true humility on the path to glory. Who has time to cultivate the delight that comes from pondering the glory of God? And yet, nothing could be more urgent today. 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In today's episode, I want to challenge you to take a step back, and take inventory of what you're paying attention to! It's so easy to feel frustrated, have negative self-talk, have an off day or go through tough seasons…..but we can also control what we LOOK FOR. I can't wait to hear what you think of today's episode!As mentioned in today's episode: We are hosting our VERY first Live Women's Personal Growth event in Phoenix! Picture 500+ women from all across the country together in person CONNECTING and learning from incredible speakers (that we start announcing this week). It will be the weekend of October 21st-23rd so Mark that calendar girl!! Tickets go on sale on THURSDAY May 19th!! So if you want to be the FIRST to snag your ticket (& get an awesome discounted rate) text the word “EVENT” to (512) 548-2728 :) & if you're on Instagram…. come say hi! My personal account→ @kacia.fitzgeraldThe Podcast Account ---> @empowerHER.podcast
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Do you like sales conversations? No matter what stage of business you've reached, sales calls are unavoidable. You might have got them down to a fine art, or they might make you squirm. Regardless of whether you are comfortable in a sales environment there are always tweaks to be made. You can probably get a good outcome, but small changes can make a big difference to your close rate - and how you feel during the process. We all want to close more sales and feel good while doing it, don't we? My guest on the podcast this week is Connie Whitman and she is sharing her 5 step process to remove objections during sales conversations. Listening to this is 30 minutes well spent! Known for her high-energy, passionate, heart-centred, and enthusiastic approach to sales, teaching and coaching, Connie has been the CEO of Changing the Sales Game for 20+ years helping business owners, leaders and sales teams build powerhouse organisations. A three-time #1 international best-selling author of her book ESP (Easy Sales Process): 7-Steps to Sales Success, speaker, and podcast host, Connie's inspired teaching, transformational tools and content ensure that business owners and salespeople grow their revenue streams through enhanced communication skills. We talk about: Serving your clients where they are now How clients might not be ready for your full programme but that doesn't mean they don't need you The 5 layers of buyer's resistance Adjusting your communication style to suit your clients What you need to be doing during sales calls Useful links Get Connie Whitman's communication style assessment Connie Whitman's LinkedIn profile Changing The Sales Game website Changing the Sales Game Podcast Enlightenment of Change Podcast Get in touch with Jessica to discuss your consulting business Jessica's LinkedIn profile
In this episode, you will hear from Ryan Taughrin, Assistant Dean for Enrollment Management at the University at Buffalo's Graduate School of Education. Ryan started out with a couple of years on the undergrad side of the house before moving over to graduate recruitment. In a national light, Ryan is also on the board of NAGAP, the leading organization for graduate enrollment management professionals. 00:54 - What Ryan has tried that didn't work, and what he learned 3:38 - The flexibility and adaptability of grad staff 6:44 - How Ryan brainstorms and brings new ideas into his work 11:35 - Changing interests in grad programs 14:17 - Translating the language for students and ensuring understanding 16:12 - Changing student behaviors to inquire and ask questions 18:44 - "The first question a student asks is usually not the one they want to ask." 20:37 - Adapting to meet students rather than assuming they know our processes and making outreach open, vulnerable, and honest 25:29 - Managing the long search cycle for grad programs 27:24 - Earning attention and generating inquiries 34:06 - Serving career changers and transitional students 39:43 - Promoting what matters when students care more about the program than the institution 45:03 - Big takeaways and trends from the NAGAP Conference Show notes are available on the Enrollment Insights Blog at niche.bz/podcast. In the Enrollment Insights Podcast, you'll hear about novel solutions to problems, ways to make processes better for students, and the questions that spark internal reflection and end up changing entire processes.
WEEK 1 OF 3 // Brian TateDiscussion Questions:Share about a time you served someone, not in your immediate family. What was easy about the situation? What was difficult?What excites you most about serving and why?Out of the four things to surrender (position will, passivity, outcome), which is the easiest for you to give up? Why?Which one is the most difficult for you? Why?What impacts you the most about the story of Jesus washing the disciples' feet? Why?Sermon Locations and Times:Sundays Services are at 9:30 AM, and 11:00 AM at 2601 E Alex Bell Rd Dayton, OH 45459You can join us online on Facebook or YouTube at 11:00 AM.
God doesn't NEED us to do anything for Him -- AND -- He's created a world where He prefers to work THROUGH us. So let's talk a little more about serving, about being available, and about the transformation WE experience when God moves through us to reach others. Pull up a chair with Jon Ackerman and special guest, Mike Haynes, for a practical, heart-felt conversation on the transformational power of serving.
A man was in custody Thursday after a long-running fight between the suspect and another man at homeless shelter escalated to gunfire inside the facility, which is housed inside a Ballard church.George Sloan, 35, was booked into the King County Jail on suspicion of first-degree assault in connection with the incident in the shelter located in the 6500 block of 12th Ave. NW. It was not immediately clear if bond has been set in the case.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK
Christo Remy dropping jewels with Jack Dillon Sound performing, SQR's most unforgettable podcast. NUTS. Christo Remy, a student, a visionary and a rare force, deliveries his story with clarity and passion as he Navigates his last year at William Paterson. Serving up a double punch of raw talent, Jack Dillion sound rocks out with his guitar performing his originals throughout this rare moment in time we were so blessed to have experienced
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Our Candidate series continues! The 13th Congressional race has caught our eye and we're working to bring all 9 candidates to our listeners asking the questions that no one else is asking! Portia Roberson joined Donna and Orlando to discuss her candidacy, her track record in the community and what she hopes to do if voters send her to D.C.!Listen and share with friends, especially if they live in the 13th district.
On the surface, Jane Austen's classic novels like Pride and Prejudice and Emma might seem to be about courtship and marriage, manners and the social hierarchies of Regency England. But while weddings and ballrooms abound in her books, so do lessons about how to live a virtuous life. This week on Jesuitical, we speak with Haley Stewart, a self-described Jane Austen evangelist and the author of the new book, Jane Austen's Genius Guide to Life: On Love, Friendship, and Becoming the Person God. We ask Haley how virtues like humility and patience are cultivated in Austen's fiction; what Jane would say about modern dating and romance; why Catholics (and men) should take her novels seriously. In Signs of the Times, Cardinal Joseph Zen, the 90-year-old former bishop of Hong Kong, was arrested and briefly detained for his involvement in pro-democracy protests. Zac breaks down what this arrest means for the (very complicated) situation of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong and mainland China. Links from the show: Join Jesuitical in Italy Cardinal Joseph Zen, 90, arrested in Hong Kong Jane Austen's Genius Guide to Life: On Love, Friendship, and Becoming the Person God Created You to Be What's on tap? Balcones bourbon, distilled by our guests's husband! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we're diving into the labels you're putting on yourself and if they're actually serving you in THIS season. I open up about a personal situation I'm in the midst of and how I had to make a very difficult decision that challenged a label I have been identifying with for over 8 years. I hope this raw conversation helps you take a look at how you can possibly expand past something in your life.Want to check out our Sponsor GutPersonal?! Code CORINNE saves you 10% on any item in their store!Don't forget to take the GutPersonal Quiz to find out exactly which supplements are best for your unique situation!Episodes Referenced:146. Healing is not linear142. [INTERVIEW] All things Human Design, alignment & energetic frequencies with Liz Coyles86. [GUT HEALTH] INTERVIEW: How the gut affects your THYROID, HORMONES, BRAIN & more & how you can heal it with Bridgitte CarolJoin the Mind Your Hormones Community and Connect with me & other members of this community!Free facebook group: Mind Your Hormones Podcast CommunityMind Your Hormones Instagram: @mindyourhormones.podcastCome connect with me on my personal Instagram: @corinneangealicaPRODUCT LINKSMy favorite Magnesium Powder & Vitamin D Drops from Gut Personal. Code CORINNEWant professional grade supplements for 10% off? Head to my dashboard! (Click HERE for the CANADIAN dashboard).If you're obsessed with organic, non-toxic skin care and you want one that's AFFORDABLE & EFFECTIVE check out my fave Skin Essence Organics and use code CORINNE for 15% off! If you love or want to try CBD, my absolutely favorite brand is MySoul CBD- Code CORINNE15 saves you 15%[DISCLAIMER: Always check with your medical practitioner before taking any supplements]So grateful you're here! XO Corinne
Kristy Graham introduces you to patients who Samaritan's Purse is serving at medical clinics across Ukraine. Hear first-hand from refugees who are fleeing for their lives and the disaster response specialists who are serving them in Jesus' Name. Resources – Apply Now to serve on the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) in response to the … Continue reading "Tangible Love: Serving Patients in Ukraine"
Christopher Prieto is truly at the top of the barbecue world. Born and raised in Texas, he learned how to perfect the science and art of barbecue, going on to appear on Food Network's Chopped, Destination America's BBQ Pitmasters, and the Cooking Channel's Meat Masters, AND write a cookbook with Southern Living Magazine! But, after 5 years of planning a restaurant, the world shut down right before the grand opening. Hear how he navigated that heartbreak and what has led to his passion for serving wounded warriors.You'll hear:how he fell in love with barbecue at an early agewhat it was like to be on the professional bbq circuit and compete on some of the biggest stageshow it felt to open a restaurant at one of the worst times in history for restaurantsthe sudden explosion that helped him connect instantly with wounded veteranshis secret sauce for what fuels his passion for barbeque and people**Plus, since Christopher has a love for both soccer AND food, he and Jeff list their top 5 weird food traditions around that world that go hand-in-hand with soccer.Learn more about Christopher and Prime Barbecue HEREFollow him on Instagram HERELeave a review of this podcast on your favorite platform; it helps us get these stories out to more people who need to hear them! To give specific feedback directly to us on what you like about the podcast and what you don't, fill out this 5-minute survey.Don't let fear win. Get your FREE copy of the Unbeatable Army Survival Guide HEREGet your UNBEATABLE Army T-shirt HERE
Join Stephanie Hypes and Miss Krssi Luv for an all-new SERVING Face & Heels, discussing the latest in women's wrestling including A huge six-man tag team main event on WWE Raw Nikkita Lyons, The Next Big Thing? And Lyons teaming with Cora Jade vs. Natalya & Lash Legend on NXT Spring Breakin' Deonna Purrazzo vs. Mercedes Martinez for the Undisputed ROH Women's World Championship & Thunder Rosa being challenged by Serena Deeb for Double Or Nothing on AEW Dynamite, PLUS MORE! Welcome to the Tru Heel Heat Wrestling YouTube channel where we cover the sport of professional wrestling including all WWE TV shows (Raw, Smackdown, & NXT), AEW Dynamite/Dark, IMPACT Wrestling, NJPW, ROH, Dark Side of the Ring and more. Our weekly podcast hosted by SP3, Top Guy JJ & Miss Krssi Luv breaking down the weekly wrestling news and present unfiltered, honest thoughts and opinions for wrestling fans by wrestling fans, drops every Saturday. We also include PPV reviews, countdowns, and exclusive interviews with wrestlers from all promotions hosted by a wide range of personalities such as Romeo, Chris G, Ness, StatKing, Drunk Guy JJ, J-News and more. Subscribe and enable ALL notifications to stay posted for the latest wrestling WWE news, highlights, commentary, updates and more. Become a member of Tru Heels Facebook community: www.facebook.com/groups/1336177103130224/ Subscribe to Tru Heel Heat on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0AmFQmsRyQYPKyRm5hDwNg Follow Tru Heels on Twitter: twitter.com/truheelheat Follow Tru Heels on Instagram: www.instagram.com/truheelheat/ Music composed by JPM
Welcome to Another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Kylie Russell, Founder and CEO at Priceless One Management, a nationwide event staffing, management, and brand activation agency based out of South Florida and servicing the entire US. They aim to be the one-stop shop for all event needs nationwide, offering Model Ambassadors, On-site Event Managers, Hair Specialists, and Serving and Production Staff. The staff database consists of the most diverse and skilled experience curators from coast to coast. They endorse brands, execute visions, engage consumers, drive results and deliver cultivated social experiences. Tune in to learn more!
LisaRuth Elliot is a visual artist, farmer, and longtime volunteer at Alemany Farms. This urban farm, located near the freeway in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood, produces food that is donated to food-insecure neighborhoods. Serving on the Friends of Alemany Farms Auxiliary, LisaRuth has a palpable devotion to the farm. She's attuned to all the nooks and crannies. From the best plants to ward off pests, to the birds that nest in the trees above, this green-thumbed guru's passion for Alemany Farms is inspiring to witness. We learned so much about the farm with LisaRuth in our interview, and we're so excited to share it with you this week. For more information about LisaRuth and Alemany Farms, please visit: @lisaruthcreates http://lisaruthcreates.com https://alemanyfarm.org/earth-day-on-the-green-april-23/ Meet LisaRuth Elliott!