Sarah and Beth share the books, articles, and news sources that challenged and shaped their views in 2023.TOPICS DISCUSSEDContent that Shaped our Perspective in 2023What we loved about the Culture Zeitgeist of 2023To support the show and get early access to our 2023 book club boxes for January 2024, please subscribe to our Premium content on our Patreon page or Apple Podcasts Subscriptions.Visit our website for complete show notes and episode resources. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
To advocate for her child, Sherrye decided to become a teacher herself.In this episode, we are joined by math intervention teacher Sherrye Scott from Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District in Texas. When Sherrye realized her daughter needed additional help in school, she transitioned to a career in education. With 22 years in the classroom, Sherrye has found a passion for intervention. She shares how she incorporates social-emotional strategies into her math intervention class and discusses how to motivate students to learn and succeed.Teachers in America profiles K–12 teachers across the country. Hear firsthand from the people who are shaping young lives in the classroom every day. If you or someone you know would be a good candidate for Teachers in America, please email us at email@example.com.
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What was it like to fly on the Space Shuttle? What made this vehicle so important for the history of spaceflight? What stories can it tell? Answering all these questions with NASA Space Shuttle Astronaut, Tom Jones.
In this bonus episode we delve into the career and impact of an actor that shaped our love of film: Joaquin Phoenix. He's played roles such as Emperor Commodus, Johnny Cash, the Joker and now Napoleon and we discuss 'em all. Subscribe on Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6ShPbVNVFjyxHVHch8JtYq Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/movies-that-shaped-us/id1591109094 Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/@moviesshapedpod follow us: www.instagram.com/moviesshapedpod/
Finding your voice as a creator, understanding cultural appropriation, and cultivating gratitude with Marta Rivera Diaz from Sense and Edibility. ----- Welcome to episode 437 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Marta Rivera Diaz from Sense and Edibility. How Grief, a Diagnosis with MS, and Biracial Background Shaped Marta Rivera Diaz's Career as a Food Creator Every once in a while on the Food Blogger Pro Podcast, we have an episode that feels like “required listening” for food creators. This is one of them! Bjork and Marta have a really thoughtful and moving conversation about the importance of finding your voice as a food creator and presenting your authentic self to your followers and community. Marta grew up as a child of two active-duty airmen and as a biracial individual (she is half-Black and half-Puerto Rican). She was also diagnosed with MS in her early thirties. All of these experiences have shaped her as a person and as a creator. She speaks beautifully about the effects of her background on her personality and her work, and why it is so important to her to share recipes that reflect her heritage. It's a perfect episode for the week after Thanksgiving, as we all reflect on what we're grateful for in our personal and professional lives. Don't miss it! In this episode, you'll learn: How Marta's background impacted how she presents herself to the world (and why she's working to change that). How she found her voice and true self as a creator. More about her culinary background and how she came to create Sense and Edibility. How her diagnosis with MS in her early thirties changed the trajectory of her career. How her seasons of grief shaped her approach to cooking and creating. What D, E, I, A (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility) is and how it relates to the food blogging community. The difference between cultural appreciation and cultural appropriation. What advice Marta would give to her younger self. Resources: Sense and Edibility The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts The Gap and the Gain Follow Marta on Instagram and Facebook Join the Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group ----- This episode is sponsored by Clariti and CultivateWP. Learn more about our sponsors at foodbloggerpro.com/sponsors. Interested in working with us too? Learn more about our sponsorship opportunities and how to get started here. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership.
LINKS:Sponsor: Early Impact VirginiaLearn more about Jackleg MediaNext week sees the release of The New Dominion: The Twentieth-Century Elections That Shaped Modern Virginia--which we've covered a few times on the show. The book traces six key statewide elections that altered Virginia politics, how they shaped (and were shaped by) the state's culture, economy, and demographics, and what lessons we might be able to learn from those transformative moments.So we've pulled a few interviews covering the book, including our interview with editors John Milliken and Mark Rozell of George Mason University, plus Stephen Farnsworth at the University of Mary Washington, aired in September and October.Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMedia
On this episode of Our American Stories, Tim Harford, author of the bestselling book 50 Inventions That Shaped the Modern Economy, shares the stories of three inventions that changed the way we live today. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gary Morland had an alcohol problem. And that's not all that spilled into his marriage. Gary talks about growing up in a dysfunctional home, and how it led to a number of unhealthy ideas about family relationships. He'll share how God's incredible grace saved him from alcoholism and completely redeemed his family.
A recent Travel Channel documentary has brought to light a 2011 UFO case where a woman on her way to pick up her children from soccer practice encountered a giant cube shaped UFO in Missouri. This is not the only time cube shaped UFO's have been reported and or recorded over Missouri. In fact Ohio and Texas both have their own encounters worthy of note. Listen in to learn more.
What if the word “homosexual” was never meant to be in the bible? This is the question being asked by our guest Sharon “Rocky” Roggio, Producer and Director of 1946: The Mistranslation that Shaped a Culture. If the word “Homosexual” wasn't even invented until 1868, how could it have been written into the bible without the influence of modern society? Hear about when and how homosexuality as a sin was introduced, and how 1946 seeks to change the narrative built in that pivotal moment. Yass, Jesus! is hosted by Danny Franzese and Azariah Southworth. Our producers are Ross Murray and Meredith Paulley. Sound, music, and post-production by Chris Heckman. Get to know us better, become our Sugar Daddy on Patreon, or Buy Us a Coffee: Daniel Franzese https://whatsupdanny.com/ Twitter Instagram Facebook Azariah Southworth https://azariahspeaks.com/ Instagram Facebook Ross Murray The Naming Project GLAAD Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yassjesus/message
"You do actually need to know who to contact and know how to find the right support. And whether it is the right legal professional, or whether it is finding a mediator, or whether it is going to your business coach as the first step to find someone to be referred to. Knowing your first steps and finding the right support is really key. We don't want to be Googling for a lawyer close to you not knowing what the lawyers going to specialise in. We do have to have an understanding as well that, you know, the legal profession has general practitioners, just like the medical professional and specialists, you've got people who actually can help you in specific areas, and then starting to educate yourself a little bit about, you know, how lawyers charge and things like that.”Jacqui Brauman Top Five Tips For When A Deal Goes Pear Shaped 1.Keep your brain. 2. Prepare. 3. Get the right support. 4. Know your alternative steps. 5. Set intentions. TIME STAMP SUMMARY01:19 Not getting overwhelmed 06:22 Why getting the right support is so crucial11:51 What is the next best path16:10 Setting the right intentionWhere to find Jacqui?Website http://www.jacquibrauman.com.au/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacqui-brauman Jacqui Brauman BioJacqui Brauman helps women facing a legal conflict to confidently take control for themselves, without spending tens of thousands on legal fees, without having decisions taken out of their hands and spending years in the legal system, and without any shame or embarrassment or fear of making a mistake. Jacqui is the Founder and CEO of Legally Wise Women, which is a social enterprise to address the gap in women accessing legal services, by helping them know where to start and guiding them to finding the resources they need, including their own wisdom.Jacqui is an Accredited Specialist, and an award-winning lawyer. She is an NMAS mediator, a collaboratively trained dispute resolution practitioner, and she has written and published three legal guides.
In her new novel Loot, Tania James writes of a 17-year-old woodworker who's commissioned to build a tiger automaton for the Indian ruler Tipu Sultan in the 18th century. The story is inspired by the real-life Tippoo's Tiger, one of the most famous sculptures in London's Victoria and Albert Museum. James' tale of colonization, war, love and art stretches across India and Europe – and as she tells NPR's Ari Shapiro, it continues to raise questions about historical artifacts and who should own them.
The Godfather of Reality TV joins the show and hold onto your pants as this show is a whirlwind filled with laughter, facts, stories, and Vegas!We begin by hearing about Bobby Darin and A type personalities traits. John tells his story that begins being on the streets at age 6, an orphan, being in jail, and coming to the United States at age 17 with an affinity of gambling. He ends up in Lake Tahoe, NV at the Cal-Neva-Lodge and who does he see….Frank Sinatra with Sam Giancana! He goes from Las Vegas to Los Angeles.After a great story of getting deported, a failed attempt to escape where he ends up falling asleep in dirty laundry on the 4th of July and why this date is of importance to the story! John was a widely known movie critic and this led to becoming a writer for Francis Albert Sinatra. Listen for a quick story about Redd Foxx! Frank booked John on The Tonight Show even though Johnny Carson did not like John at all and why so. The TV Hit Show- Real People journey to fruition that includes a quick story on Richard Pryor, the pitch to Sinatra for him to do a show, and the films he wrote, produced, & directed on the murder on JFK. John Barbour Links:Website: https://johnbarboursworld.com/Autobiography “Your Mother's Not A Virgin”: https://www.amazon.com/Your-Mothers-Not-Virgin-Canadian/dp/1634242467/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1548505140&sr=1-1&keywords=your+mother%27s+not+a+virginThe American Media & The Second Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: https://www.amazon.com/American-Media-Assassination-President-Kennedy/dp/B073XWW9C3/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=John+Barbour&qid=1699995737&sr=8-5 Before the Lights Links:A Heartbeat & A Guitar: Johnny Cash & the Making of Bitter Tear Docuseries: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/docuseries/bitter-tearsHire Tommy to Speak: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/public-speakingBecome a BTL Member: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportBefore the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Get Tommy a Glass of Vino: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/beforethelightsSupport the showFollow the show on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/Follow the show on Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/beforethelightspodcast/Follow the show on Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@beforethelightspodcast?lang=enFollow Tommy on Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/tcanale3Rate & Review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/before-the-lights/id1501245041Email the host: email@example.com
Dive into the post-separation era of North and South Korea with our comprehensive article. Explore the 15 key changes that reshaped both nations, including militarization, economic disparities, and cultural divergence. Expand your knowledge on this fascinating chapter of Korean history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of The Oldest Profession Podcast, your host Kaytlin Bailey explores the life of prolific madam, Carol Erwin, who daringly thrived across the American West during the Great Depression and World War II. Kaytlin Bailey brings Carol's journey to life, with a particular focus on her establishment in Fairbanks, Alaska. Set against the backdrop of gold rushes and boomtowns, Carol's story shines a light on women's resilience amid legal constraints. Shaped by a nomadic upbringing and fearless spirit, Carol Erwin embarked on a diverse range of experiences, from train hopping to running her own brothels and finally establishing a career as a painter. Throughout her ventures, Carol's unwavering independence portrays a pioneering woman who deserves a place in the annals of Wild West history. A special shoutout to Alaska based sex worker rights advocate Tara Burns for drawing our attention to this amazing woman. For more resources on this episode, please visit our website: https://oldprosonline.org/carol-erwin/ This episode was made possible through recurring tax deductible contributions from listeners like you. We'd also like to thank our Season 5 sponsors A Great Idea, New Moon Network, and Tryst.link. Original Music by Adra Boo Music by Epidemic Sound The Oldest Profession Podcast is produced by Old Pros, a non-profit media organization creating conditions to change the status of sex workers in society. If you value our mission, please consider making a recurring contribution that you can commit to, and that we can count on. To learn more visit us at oldprosonline.org, which is also where you can get Old Pros t-shirts, sweatshirts, totes, stickers, and more. Of course, proceeds from our shop go to support Old Pros.
Paul Knight, a planner with the design firm Historical Concepts, can give you a dozen reasons for just about anything. More importantly, he can give you reasons for brushing up on the lectures of former Georgia Tech professor Douglas Allen. Allen was a giant in the field of urban planning, and fortunately some of his former students and colleagues have carried on his work following his passing. Paul is one of them, helping form the Douglas Allen Institute.This may all sound very academic, and I know I often take shots at academia. But, when it works well, it's amazing the impact one really great professor can have on so many people. I wanted to talk with Doug, because I know just how brilliant the man was, and how it's even better that his work will live on for future generations. For example, the Institute was able to videotape his lectures from his “History of Urban Form” course, and they've made them available for free on YouTube. If you're at all interested in the history of cities and towns, I couldn't recommend something more highly.Several years ago, Paul also opened my eyes to the whole rabbit hole of base 12 versus base 10 measurements. I'm now a firm believer in base 12. In this episode, Paul even lets me know there's a Dozenal Society. I should've guessed, but had no idea.Since we made a few minor errors in the podcast, here are the official corrections:* In regards to the “Jeffersonian” grid, and what it really should be called, here's what Allen had in his lecture notes: “Congress formed a committee originally chaired by Thomas Jefferson, but eventually by Hugh Williamson of North Carolina. Jefferson had proposed ten states and a measurement system of his own invention based on the nautical mile. After Jefferson was called away to Paris, Williamson's committee adopted the Gunter Chain and the system of feet and inches that are in use today.”* I was trying to think of the “4 rod Main Street,” which is a historic pattern throughout much of the United Kingdom and the US. The rod is 16.5 feet, and the four rod street was thus 66 feet wide. 66 feet is also one chain.* The reason a mile is 5,280 feet is that it's exactly 320 rods.* The book I couldn't remember was “Measuring America: How the United States was Shaped by the Greatest Land Sale in History.”Please look at the work of the Douglas Allen Institute, and the Urban Form Standard that Paul mentions. It's really pretty terrific work.Find more content on The Messy City on Kevin's Substack page.Music notes: all songs by low standards, ca. 2010. Videos here. If you'd like a CD for low standards, message me and you can have one for only $5.Intro: “Why Be Friends”Outro: “Fairweather Friend” Get full access to The Messy City at kevinklinkenberg.substack.com/subscribe
Ned Blackhawk's book 'The Rediscovery of America: Native Peoples and the Unmaking of U.S. History,' just won a National Book Award. In recognition of that award, we listen back to our interview with Professor Blackhawk. We also hear Professor of Law Matthew L.M. Fletcher give us the context around the Supreme Court ruling on the Indian Child Welfare Act from earlier this year. GUESTS: Matthew L. M. Fletcher: the Harry Burns Hutchins Collegiate Professor of Law and Professor of American Culture at the University of Michigan and a citizen of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. He is appointed to the appellate court of several tribes Ned Blackhawk: Professor of History and American Studies at Yale. His most recent book, 'The Rediscovery of America: Native Peoples and the Unmaking of U.S. History,' just won a National Book Award This episode originally aired on July 5, 2023. Special thanks to our interns Carol Chen and Stacey Addo.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this enlightening episode of UTLRadio, we delve into the captivating journey of Thanksgiving from its humble beginnings as a harvest celebration to its stature as a revered national holiday. "The Evolution of Thanksgiving and the Law it Shaped" explores the historical milestones that marked this evolution and the significant legal implications and transformations that accompanied it. Join us as we traverse through time, from the first Thanksgiving in 1621, where Pilgrims and Native Americans shared a meal, to the pivotal moments when Thanksgiving was woven into the legal and cultural fabric of the United States. We uncover how figures like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, along with the relentless efforts of Sarah Josepha Hale, played crucial roles in recognizing Thanksgiving at a national level. This episode goes beyond the traditional narrative, delving into the legal nuances that emerged from Thanksgiving's national recognition. We discuss its influence on national holiday laws labor regulations and its impact on businesses, particularly the phenomenon of Black Friday. Moreover, we explore how Thanksgiving has been reflected in the legal system and popular culture, offering insights into its role in shaping societal norms and legal principles. As we reflect on contemporary legal issues surrounding Thanksgiving, from employment law to consumer protection, this podcast sheds light on how this beloved holiday continues to influence and be influenced by the ever-evolving landscape of American law. Tune in to "The Evolution of Thanksgiving and the Law it Shaped" for a comprehensive and thought-provoking journey through the legal tapestry of one of America's most cherished holidays. Share with friends and Subscribe!! Subscribe on Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Subscribe on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/unde... Subscribe on iHeart Radio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-ut... Subscribe on Spotify http://ow.ly/hPa850EEJZK Subscribe on Google http://ow.ly/dHcP50EEK0v Don't forget to subscribe to the YouTube Channel! UTLRadio: http://www.UTLRadio.com Legal: http://www.pjlesq.com Twitter: @pjllaw
This week we study Isaiah's encounter with the Lord and see that when we come and worship God with reverent praise, with honest confession, and with joyful celebration, we will be transformed by God.
In his letter to the Colossian church, Paul challenged them to live Jesus shaped lives. As Jesus followers, our lives should be shaped by the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. As we embrace Jesus and His way of life, we will find life that is truly life. This week, we dive into creating Jesus-shaped community.
Rabbi Moshe Schreiber, better known by the name of his book, Chasm Sofer, was a Hungarian Rabbi in the late 18th and early 19th century whose brilliance and leadership helped shape religious Judaism in modern times. Confronted with the early attempts at religious reformation, modernity and secularism in central Europe, Rabbi Moshe Schreiber, became the leading Jewish religious figure of his day navigating the complexities of preserving Judaism in the face of its many challenges. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/zalman-gordon/support
The Egyptian city of Alexandria is steeped in history: from Cleopatra and Napoleon, to the Arab Spring, Alexandria has seen it all. Like Istanbul and Jerusalem, Alexandria sits at a crossroads of Africa, Europe and Asia, the nexus of cultures, languages and religion, with a history of influential figures and dominant empires. It was founded in 331 BC, when it was founded by Alexander the Great. Historian Professor Islam Issa tells the story of the city in his new book Alexandria : The City that Changed the World. He is a multi-award-winning author, curator, and broadcaster.
Throughout this series we're going to examine just how critical the message of the gospel is for the church. And while this may seem obvious to some, the truth is, it's easy to get distracted by the noise and trends of the world, and forget what's most important. These messages aim to draw us towards keeping the gospel first in our lives and the church. For more information about our church, visit npfcc.org To help support the ongoing work of NPFCC and our mission partners around the globe, you can make a donation at npfcc.org/give
James Dickson is a loving father, husband, pastor, teacher, and author. He comes from a background of banking and real estate, but has poured his life into ministry. It is evident in his book that he believes what he lives. His book A Thousand Little Moments: Grace-Shaped Parenting, tells us the following: Parenting is a long-term journey, but most of us are simply trying to make it through each day. Often, we look for quick-fix techniques, but the Bible offers something better. It points us to the Savior who graciously claims His own. Jesus is the Savior who had a long-term vision for His disciples that led Him to patiently engage with, delight in, shape, and pray for them. More than training tips, parents need to see Jesus and a new way to think about parenting in Him. A Thousand Little Moments will free us from the urgency of the moment by offering a long-term, grace-shaped philosophy of parenting. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/katherine-hutchinson-hayes/support
Graham Oppy is Professor of Philosophy at Monash. In this interview, we talk about the people, ideas, and events that shaped Dr. Oppy and his journey. Graham Oppy's Monash Research Website: https://research.monash.edu/en/persons/graham-oppy Graham Oppy's PhilPeople: https://philpeople.org/profiles/graham-oppy Graham Oppy's Books: https://www.amazon.com/Books-Graham-Oppy/s?rh=n%3A283155%2Cp_27%3AGraham+Oppy Great Thinkers Series: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLj8S949x_pmTeJWbeWyeN0JNAvBZJEzBB&si=e2HnkH4Y95hAikZy -------------------------------- GIVING -------------------------------- Please consider becoming a Patron! Patreon (Thanks!): https://www.patreon.com/AdherentApologetics YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8jj_CQwrRRwwwXBndo6nQ/join
Today's episode takes us to the Museum of London – where the major contribution of Jewish designers in making London an iconic fashion city is recognised in a new exhibtion. Revealing the stories of Jewish fashion makers who became industry leaders, founded retail chains still familiar on the high street today, and dressed the rich and famous Told through textiles, oral histories, objects and photography this is a show where every stitch tells a story. Links Follow @dressfancypodcast on Instagram Follow @mslucyclayton on Instagram Follow @museumoflondon on Instagram Follow @luciewhitmorecurator on Instagram Follow @bkb23 on Instagram Leave us a review Book your ticket ot the Fashion City exhibition Fashion City events programme
Welcome to the chaos of Episode 281, "Malachite Shaped Ass," where Rem stumbles into the studio after celebrating his father's 75th birthday. The result? A wild ride of inebriated hilarity! The usual suspects, Rem, Randy, and Cody, dive into the absurd and unpredictable. Jesus AI Art returns, this time featuring Jesus on 9/11. It's as absurd and entertaining as it sounds—definitely not your typical religious art. The hosts field questions from eager advice seekers in the audience, bringing a delightful mix of wisdom and absurdity. Cody, the perpetual copy reader, takes the mic again. What's he peddling this time, and how does Randy manage to turn it into a sidesplitting moment? You'll have to tune in to find out. Randy, not to be outdone, unveils his Dicks of the Week, and, unsurprisingly, Elon Musk makes a return appearance in this hall of infamy. But the real magic happens in the stories. Cody recounts his adventures at an Auburn game, while Randy, amid his usual chaos, can't resist the urge to scream "Roll Tide." With Randy, there's always something crazy happening, and this episode is no exception. Whether you're a seasoned fan or a newcomer, Episode 281 is a rollercoaster of laughter, advice, and downright ridiculousness. Strap in for another unforgettable journey with The Rich Dickman Show! And don't forget to check out RichDickman.com for all your Rich Dickman needs.
Kahletsyalusla, an Oneida word meaning heartfelt encouragement, is at the core of Dr. Artley Skenandore's work as principal and cultural leader at Oneida Nation High School in Wisconsin. In this episode, Dr. Skenandore will share how he encourages students to stay connected to their Oneida history, culture, and language, organizing powerful field trips to their homeland and incorporating their clan system into their student council. Plus he will provide strategies on how to honor Native American heritage in the month of November and all year long.Teachers in America profiles K–12 teachers across the country. Hear firsthand from the people who are shaping young lives in the classroom every day. If you or someone you know would be a good candidate for Teachers in America, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit us at shapedbydog.com Recently, a professional dog trainer told me her favorite Shaped by Dog episode is 16, where I explain the simple concept of “antecedent arrangements” as one of the most effective, animal behavior science solutions to ANY dog training problem. Although it's an all-time favorite of my students and dog training professionals, it's a hidden gem to the general public. So, I'm revisiting the topic of how to increase brilliant dog behavior – while decreasing undesired ones – with one easy focus shift. As my mentor, Bob Bailey, says, “When dog training is right, it's easy.” Enjoy this game changer! In this episode you'll hear: • How to increase desired dog behaviors while reducing unwanted ones. • The ABC's of learned behaviors in the animal kingdom. • What some dog owners and trainers focus on to fix behaviors. • Why “get a bigger meatball” and punishment don't work in dog training. • That knowing “the thing before the thing” is your dog training salvation. • What “antecedent arrangements” are in triggering behavior. • The stimuli that make a behavior desirable for dogs. • Why lure training makes dog behavior a negotiation rather than a desire. • What sensory stimuli get attached to behavior triggers. • The importance of training in different environments at different times. • Why varying your dog's daily routine is ideal. • How past experiences influence a dog's emotional state. • About your dog's motivations and distractions. • An example of how to stop counter surfing. • How “ItsYerChoice” teaches dogs to choose the right behavior. • About incompatible behaviors. • What “Hot Zones” are and how they help your dog choose wisely. • When dog training is right, it's easy. Learn To Play ItsYerChoice - https://recallers.com/iycsummit-join/ Get Crate Games Online - https://get.crategames.com/ Resources: 1. Podcast Episode 37: Dog Training as a Career - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/37/ 2. Podcast Episode 16: The Thing Before Your Dog's Thing - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/16/ 3. Podcast Episode 68: 3 Easy Tricks Every Dog Should Know - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/68/ 4. Podcast Episode 33: How Do I Stop My Dog Counter Surfing?! - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/33/ 5. Podcast Episode 202: Getting A Happy Well Behaved Dog With The ABCs Of Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/202/ 6. Podcast Episode 205: The Hidden World Of Reinforcement For Dogs And Why You Need To Know - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/205/ 7. Podcast Episode 59: Why Your Treats Aren't Working for Your Dog - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/59/ 8. Podcast Episode 121: How To Stop Dogs Jumping Up On People - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/121/ 9. YouTube Short: 19 Week Old Prophet's Selfie Trick - https://youtube.com/shorts/bCRbQeBCAu0?feature=share 10. Podcast Episode 48: Potty Train Your Puppy in a Week (Easy 3 Step Process) - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/48/ 11. YouTube Playlist: The Emotional State of Dogs with Susan Garrett - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy29pv3_9b7DZdMFJL9ZJPMy 12. Podcast Episode 144: Teach Your Dog To Listen No Matter What… Even If You Think They Are Stubborn - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/144/ 13. Blog Post: Built In Dog Crates For Home Decor - https://susangarrettdogagility.com/2020/02/built-in-dog-crates/ 14. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/quPNF0tWdvk
In this bonus episode we delve into the career and impact of a director that shaped our love of film: Alexander Payne. With the release of his first film in 6 years, it's the perfect time for our "fan letter" to one of the best modern American directors. Subscribe on Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6ShPbVNVFjyxHVHch8JtYq Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/movies-that-shaped-us/id1591109094 Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/@moviesshapedpod follow us: www.instagram.com/moviesshapedpod/
Tell us what you think of The Bunker in our Listener Survey – five respondents will get the Bunker mug or t-shirt of their choice. Disasters shape the course of politics – and financial crises have heavily impacted Labour's policies over time. A century ago, the Labour party had almost no economic experts within its ranks. Since then it has battled crises like the great depression of the 30s and more recently the economic crash of 2007. How has this changed the party? Dr. Christopher Kirkland is a lecturer in politics at York St. John University and the author of Labour's Economic Ideology Since 1900 Developed Through Crises. He joins Alex Andreou in The Bunker. • “Back to 1929-31…the Labour party only had one recognisable expert in terms of finance.” – Dr. Christopher Kirkland • “What Attlee did and the Labour Party did is they offered something optimistic.” – Dr. Christopher Kirkland • “Blair wanted to present something different - hence the term ‘New Labour'.” – Dr. Christopher Kirkland www.patreon.com/bunkercast Written and presented by Alex Andreou. Producer: Chris Jones. Audio production: Alex Rees. Managing Editor: Jacob Jarvis. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. Music by Kenny Dickinson. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we delve into the riveting story of Cyrus the Great's audacious revolt against the Medes, a pivotal moment that not only redefined the ancient Near East but also laid the foundations for the vast Persian Empire. Discover how Cyrus, a visionary and a rebel, challenged the formidable Median power, outwitting and outmaneuvering his adversaries with a blend of diplomacy, strategy, and sheer audacity. Join us as we explore the intrigues, the battles, and the brilliant maneuvers that marked Cyrus's ascent to greatness. We'll unravel the myths, analyze the historical facts, and bring to life the legacy of one of history's most remarkable rulers. Tune in to "Cyrus the Great: The Revolt that Shaped an Empire," where history comes alive in the most thrilling way!This is a podcast by Dan Hörning and Bernie Maopolski.If you like what we do you can support the Fan of History project on https://www.patreon.com/fanofhistoryContact information:http://facebook.com/fanofhistoryhttps://twitter.com/danhorninghttps://www.instagram.com/dan_horning/Music: “Tudor Theme” by urmymuse.Used here under a commercial Creative Commons license. Find out more at http://ccmixter.org/files/urmymuse/40020 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this special episode of The Bulletin, host Mike Cosper talks with Dan Senor, co-author of The Genius of Israel: The Surprising Resilience of a Divided Nation in a Turbulent World. The two discuss Israel's unique cultural identity, shaped around shared stories and practices that have the capacity to bridge divides in times of trial. Learn about how Jewish practice can inform the way Christians build community and sustain each other through suffering.Joining us this week:Dan Senor is co-author of the forthcoming book The Genius of Israel: The Surprising Resilience of a Divided Nation in a Turbulent World, which will be released on November 7, 2023. He is also co-author of The New York Times bestseller Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle, which has been translated into more than 30 languages. He was a senior advisor to former Speaker Paul Ryan's campaign for vice president and foreign policy advisor to Senator Mitt Romney's presidential campaigns.He has written for The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA TODAY, and The Washington Post. In addition, he is also the host of the podcast “Call Me Back.” For show notes and more visit our show page here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In his letter to the Colossian church, Paul challenged them to live Jesus shaped lives. As Jesus followers, our lives should be shaped by the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. As we embrace Jesus and His way of life, we will find life that is truly life. This week, we answer the question, "How do I quit sinning?"
Have you ever stopped to acknowledge the profound impact of your childhood friendships, even the most casual and fleeting ones, on your adult identity? This week's episode is a re-share of Kristin's interview with Dear Nina: Conversations About Friendship; a discussion that shows how nostalgia for our childhoods is helpful when discovering who we are today. Carolyn and Michelle help introduce the episode with their own discoveries, too -- friends who mirrored their complicated family situations, friends who showed them what wealth really looks like -- we all have people from our pasts who helped us learn about ourselves. Here's what Dear Nina has to say about this episode: Walk down memory lane with Kristin Nilsen, a middle-grade fiction writer and co-host of The Pop Culture Preservation Society Podcast, as we scrutinize our early social interactions and their lasting influence. We acknowledge the importance of these friendships, even those that were temporary, and appreciate the roles they played in shaping us. We also take a quick nostalgic dive into the central friendship themes in our favorite childhood books from Charlotte's Web to The Secret Garden to The Babysitter's Club series and the Sweet Valley High series. Special shoutout to Braeside Elementary School and the many classmates who made my childhood so special." Many thanks to Dear Nina for the opportunity, the conversation, and for the friendship!
"I like my holiday treats Mickey-shaped." - Walt Disney. Welcome to another episode of the reading of the menus! Today we're discussing the foods and treats and drinks you can look forward to during holiday-time at the Disneyland Resort. Let us know what you're looking forward to the most! A huge thank you to our sponsor, Mouse World Travel. Please visit them at www.mouseworldtravel.com and request your free vacation quote today! Our Patreon is LIVE! Go check it out at https://patreon.com/ropedropparkhop for extra content, early ad-free episodes and more! Follow us on IG and FB @ropedrop.parkhop, and join our fun discussion group on FB, Ropedropping and Parkhopping! If you're enjoying the show, please feel free to subscribe, rate and review us. Thanks for listening!
Embark on a journey with host Billy Hallowell exploring a deep friendship between two academics with wildly opposing views but who both attest to the boundless love of God on this week's podcast. This week's Unbelievable features an insightful discussion featuring two individuals with contrasting LGBTQI+ faith journeys as they delve into the intersection of faith, sexuality, and the Bible. The debate is between two gay Christians who have arrived at distinctly different interpretations of the Bible's teachings on sexual ethics, marriage, and human relationships. As a young man Dr. David Bennett perceived Christianity as an adversary to LGBTQI+ freedom. Shaped by early encounters with prejudice and homophobia, he embraced life as a gay activist. Opposite David is Dr. Taylor Telford, an academic theologian whose journey led her from an evangelical upbringing to a progressive perspective, especially concerning gay marriage. Taylor serves as the Associate Pastor for Imaginative Worship at a PC(USA) congregation in Spokane, WA, and as adjunct faculty at Whitworth University and The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. David Bennett's transformative conversion to Christianity, unfolded in a gay bar in his native Australia, and propelled him on a profound theological quest that ultimately led him to embrace an historically orthodox sexual ethic. Identifying as gay, a Christian, and living a celibate life, David is currently a postdoctoral research fellow and theologian at the University of Oxford, England. As the Anglican's General Synod meets this coming week and it appears gay and lesbian/ same-sex attracted Christians whatever their theological convictions are upset with the way Bishops have suggested implementing the Prayers of Love and Faith (PLF) in the Church of England, this is an unmissable episode of Premier Unbelievable. Read David's story https://www.amazon.co.uk/War-Loves-Bennett-David/dp/0310538106/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1699556413&sr=8-1 • Subscribe to the Unbelievable? podcast: https://pod.link/267142101 • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate
In episode 425 astrologers Chris Brennan and Nick Dagan Best do a followup episode on the astrology of eclipses that coincided with major events in history, where we share more examples from around the world. We open the episode by reviewing the main discovery that we made in the last episode, which is that 1) […]
Visit us at shapedbydog.com There are 14 canine myths commonly accepted as truths and I'm doing some serious debunking to separate fact from fiction. For example, have you heard the myth about “Doodles never shed”? It's a myth because it's genetics. If you breed a shedding breed to a non-shedding breed, we can't predict what we're going to get. Don't miss this one, because I'm “shedding” even more light on popular lore about dogs that too many people still believe. Enjoy! In this episode we're mythbusting: • Old dogs can't learn new tricks. • Puppies outgrow naughty behavior. • Show your dog who's the boss, alpha, pack leader. • Begin puppy training at six months old. • Dogs defy, grow stubborn or ignore you near tempting distractions. • Feeding scared dogs rewards fear. • Wagging tails means happy dogs. • Yawning dogs are tired dogs. • Good dogs tolerate children. • Puppies love hugs and cuddles. • Dogs only see in black and white. • Dogs admit they're wrong with guilty looks. • Rescue dogs are damaged. • Two puppies provide companionship for one another. Resources: 1. GoFundMe: Help Us Put an End to Puppy Mills - https://gofund.me/07ecf085 2. Podcast Episode 62: 12 Keys to Helping My Dogs Live a Long and Happy Life - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/62/ 3. Podcast Episode 218: Puppy Development Stages And Your Dog's Behavior - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/218/ 4. YouTube Video: 15 Ways To Exercise Your Dog - https://youtu.be/SsQY6nm6E30 5. YouTube Playlist: Dog Training Games with Susan Garrett - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy2TzttCtZVFwzwMGayAsaYe 6. YouTube Video: Susan Garrett's 5 Games for Puppies - https://youtu.be/Hxd1sVEQp2Y 7. Podcast Episode 143: Is It Ever Too Late To Train Your Dog - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/143/ 8. Podcast Episode 46: Is Your Dog Trying to Dominate You and What You Can Do About It - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/46/ 9. Podcast Episode 206: First Dog Agility Competition: Creating Joy For This! By Maximizing Reinforcement - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/206/ 10. Podcast Episode 205: The Hidden World Of Reinforcement For Dogs And Why You Need To Know - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/205/ 11. Podcast Episode 197: Outsmarting Distractions: How To Use Environmental Reinforcement in Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/197/ 12. Podcast Episode 51: Is Your Stubborn Dog Frustrating You? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/51/ 13. Podcast Episode 144: Teach Your Dog To Listen No Matter What… Even If You Think They Are Stubborn - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/144/ 14. Podcast Episode 112: Stressed Dog? How Trigger Stacking Might Be Putting Your Dog Over Threshold - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/112/ 15. YouTube Playlist: Fearful Dogs Help with Susan Garrett - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy0KAsqgnkMWv0v-5JGjNQG_ 16. Podcast Episode 4: T.E.M.P. (Tail, Eyes/Ears, Mouth, Posture) - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/4/ 17. Podcast Episode 157: Dog Body Language: Understanding Canine Communication Signals And Emotions - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/157/ 18. Podcast Episode 243: Training My New Puppy, What He Knows So Far: Susan Garrett's Plan And Puppy Schedule - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/243/ 19. Podcast Episode 58: How to Create Kid Friendly Dogs and Dog Friendly Kids - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/58/ 20. Podcast Episode 54: Dog Toy Checklist: What's Good and What to Avoid - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/54/ 21. Podcast Episode 78: How to Train a Rescue Dog with Behavior Problems - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/78/ 22. Podcast Episode 91: Why Judgement Does Not Help People Or Dogs: ItsYerChoice LWT 91 - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/91/ 23. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/1JypMpz43wY
In this episode of the Label Free Podcast, host Deanna Radulescu interviews Farah, a banking and financial professional turned author. Farah shares the inspiration behind her book, "Meher and Me," which was born out of a tragedy involving her mother. Farah's mother, a larger-than-life character, lived an unconventional life in a small town in Northern India. Despite societal norms, she chose to separate from Farah's father and live life on her own terms.Farah reflects on her upbringing in India and the impact her mother had on her. She discusses the challenges she faced as a child trying to fit in, but now appreciates the unique experiences and cultural understanding it provided her.The conversation takes a somber turn as Farah recounts the tragic event that led to her mother's death. Her mother intervened in a situation where young men were behaving inappropriately towards her sister-in-law. One of the men shot her mother at close range, resulting in her passing.Farah's book, "Meher and Me," serves as a tribute to her mother's legacy and the strength she exhibited throughout her life. It explores their mother-daughter relationship, highlighting both the challenges and the unconditional love they shared.Throughout the interview, Farah emphasizes the importance of embracing individuality and living life on one's own terms. She encourages listeners to find their own tools for coping with challenges and to surround themselves with a supportive community.Listeners can learn more about Farah and purchase her book on her website, FarahPress.com. She also shares updates and insights on her Instagram page, @farah.press.In closing, Farah leaves listeners with words of wisdom, urging them to trust themselves, trust the process, and believe in their ability to overcome any obstacles that come their way.Tune in to this heartfelt episode of the Label Free Podcast to hear Farah's inspiring story and the legacy of her remarkable mother.This episode is brought to you by Supapass: For 10 years we've enabled entrepreneurs & content makers to afford the type of technology that previously only big tech platforms like Netflix or Spotify could provide to audiences ...on your own website and app!No coding, tech or design expertise needed. We empower you to keep 100% of your money, share your content on the best technology, and own the relationship with your customers.Grow your business, without it costing the earth. Use the code: LFG20 for 20% off at the link ⬇️:https://www.supapass.comAs always thank you for the support, to contact me directly follow the link below:https://www.labelfreepodcast.com Stay Healthy, Stay Ready- Deanna Marie Radulescu#podcastguest #labelfreepodcast #supapass
During today's conversation on Back Porch Theology Alli and I are dipping our toes into the transformative waters of sanctification. Sanctification initially presents in the Old Testament as a thing/object that is “set apart as sacred” – such as the Sabbath Day or utensils used for worship ceremonies in the Temple. However, in the New Testament, the concept of sanctification reflects the idea of how ragamuffins like us - who've put our hope in Jesus - are being progressively conformed into His image. In his book “The Voyage of the Dawn Treader” from the iconic Narnia series, C.S. Lewis explains sanctification through a stinker of an adolescent named Eustace: It would be nice and fairly nearly true, to say that 'from that time forth, Eustace was a different boy. To be strictly accurate, he began to be a different boy. He had relapses. There were still many days when he could be very tiresome. But most of those I shall not notice. The cure had begun. The “cure” C.S. Lewis wrote about wasn't transactional, it was relational. I will surely step on some prim and proper toes with this assertion but sanctification is not primarily the embodiment of biblical ethics, nor is it accelerated by checking off more items on some proverbial religious “to-do” list. Spiritual maturity is less about our remediating our behavior and more about recognizing our belovedness. So please take a deep breath and relax – you're not about to get a sanctimonious smackdown or lectured about how unholy you are! Now grab a steaming cup of coffee or apple cider or pumpkin spiced something and your Bible – unless you're up to your elbows in alpaca wool because you thought handknit Christmas stockings would be a breeze, of course – and come hang out on the porch with Ally, Dr. Howard and me. National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child is November 13-20. Click HERE to learn more. Journey to Bethlehem Movie in Theaters.