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Colter Nuanez is joined by Cal Poly offensive coordinator Nick Edwards for the Across the Sidelines segment. Edwards, a former Eastern Washington wide receiver, breaks down the Mustangs' offense going into their game this week against Montana State. Later in the show, Dr. Michael Wright of Missoula Bone and Joint joins Colter for the Sports Medicine Journal segment to talk about the physiology and complications of meniscus injuries. And Liam Pope joins Andrew Houghton for the Footie 15 segment to talk about rooting for Manchester United, maybe the most famous sports team in the world.
Workplace change, once thought to take a decade or more, became reality during the COVID-19 economic dislocation, Tamar Jacoby, president of Opportunity America, tells Dallas Fed Senior Economist Pia Orrenius.
We're talking bout Lasso. And you can't do it, because you're not on Fireside. Lasso. And you can't. Join Kelly and Josh as they talk about their love of Lasso, favorite moments and characters, and have some Fireside listeners join in. If you'd like to join in next time we talk about a show you love, send us an email at email@example.com for an exclusive VIP link to join Fireside. Also check out our brand new website: www.goteamstories.com for bonus content.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Eastern Washington coach Aaron Best for the Across the Sidelines segment as the Eagles prepare to host Montana this weekend. Then, Chad Dundas of the Co-Main Event and Death in the West podcasts joins Colter in-studio to talk UFC, including the ramifications of Conor McGregor's injury and some rising stars in the fight game.
If the shoe fits, wear it Cinderella! We are talking about the best Cinderella stories the MLB has to offer. The teams who came from behind, games that are legendary, and the players who pull at your heart strings. Join us as we talk about some of our favorites. This episode was recorded live on Fireside. If you'd like to join us live and be a part of the next generation of podcasting, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey you wild women! My next guest is the co-founder of Radical Skincare, which launched globally into 800 prestige retail stores across 17 countries including Harrods, Barneys NY, Saks 5th Avenue, and Sephora. Rachel Edlich and her sister, Liz, founded Radical Skincare, a women-owned global powerhouse. Since being founded, Radical Skincare has enjoyed numerous awards and has become a press darling, receiving accolades from Oprah and many more. Together, Rachel and Liz developed a proprietary technology, Trylacel, that combined groundbreaking science with the power to deliver potent ingredients without irritation. They never intended to sell their healing youth elixir but, after seeing reactions to their unbelievable results, they knew it had to be shared with the world. Eventually, Rachel and Liz bought back the company and have since grown it to be a successful global brand that's authentic to their mission. Join us as Rachel talks about how to stay motivated, authentic and brave when developing a successful global company. In this episode you will learn about how: To learn from your mistakes To get over perfection and be open to failure To listen to your intuition and your inner voice with your business To stay true to your values and authentic Rachel and Liz started their skincare line To get through the hiccups of developing a product To stay motivated when your feeling doubt To turn adversity into an opportunity 3 tips on starting a skincare line To develop relationships through networking ---- NEW! Launching September 22: Sidelines to Headlines. PR coaching for female entrepreneurs. ---- Renée Warren is an award-winning entrepreneur, a 7-figure business starter, and the founder of We Wild Women, a business dedicated to helping women launch their dream business. She previously founded an industry-recognized PR agency that worked with funded technology startups from South Africa to San Diego. She's a mom to Irish Twins (not planned), a published author, and a drummer. Rate, review, and subscribe on Apple Podcast "I love Into The Wild, and think it's the best thing since sliced bread."
Growing up playing sports - you never think about the day that it will come to an end, that statement seems so distant and far.. there's no need to think about that. Well fast forward to senior year of high school or college and for most, our athletic career comes to an end here. While the select few move on - what happens to the rest of us who are left without our sport and community for the first time? This can be an extremely difficult transitions to make which is why I'm SO excited to sit down with Emily Coffman, author of Elite to Everyday Athlete and host of the Live Your Personal Best Podcast! In this episode we chat about how: Many don't talk about the difficulties they run into and or know how to adapt to life as an everyday athlete Transition and learn how to live a healthy life, enjoy working out and find their new life outside of sports Emily's personal journey and how it lead to her writing her first book Resources mentioned in this episode: Get Emily's book, “Elite to Everyday Athlete: 9 Steps to Getting Off the Sidelines of Life here: https://amzn.to/3AlYHBt Connect with Ali on social here: @alimcg_ @_lifesimplified Connect with Emily on social here: @liveyourpb --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Who are you taking in round 1? Join Go Team! as Josh walks us through the best draft picks for your fantasy team and Kelly argues for the indivduality of the defensive line. This episode was recorded live on Fireside. To join and be a part of the next generation of podcasting, email us at email@example.com, or dm us on Instagram @go_team_stories
Jason and Jon catch up after the road trip to California and talk about the big picture with formations and their importance, balancing tactics with philosophy, and trends in the game tactically.
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American politicians cannot stop talking about young transgender athletes. Eight states now have laws or policies on the books restricting transgender athletes' access to youth sports, with seven states enacting them in 2021 alone. And nearly three dozen states have introduced similar bills. As a new school year begins and youth sports regain a foothold after pandemic precautions, these proposals have transgender kids stuck in the middle of the ongoing and often ugly battle over science and assumption, sex and gender identity, politics and policy. Katie Barnes covers transgender issues for ESPN and joins the show to explain the contours of the debate.
Episode 108 - Welcome to our final episode in our Summer 2021 series, Identity in the Battle. Here is what is on the menu today, and for the next few weeks... (If you have joined us recently, a big hearty WELCOME! We are SO HONORED you are with us! We warmly invite you to start our Identity in the Battle Series at the beginning with episode 101 titled "What does it mean to be IN Christ?"). Over the course of the last eight weeks, we took deep dives into the letter to the Ephesians with a focus on putting on our God-given identity, and then putting on the armor to fight the battles of this life, grounded in who God says we are. Today, we invite you into one last taste from Paul's words to the Ephesians. Paul reminds us that we have a choice: to sit on the sidelines OR take your place in the battle. Which will it be? We already know the end: will this lead to complacency, or to courage? Paul challenges us to know that the scope of the battle is against evil, not against people. How will this flavor your conflits today? Stephanie reminds us of foundational spiritual warfare strategies: 1- Become aware. 2- Train up. 3- Start standing firm. 4- Keep resisting. 5- Train others to resist. As she puts it, "don't go into the battlefield unarmed, or you won't stay unharmed." As we conclude, remember that the reality of our identity is found in the fullness of Christ. Over the next two weeks, we will welcome two very special guests to celebrate our second Gospel Spice Anniversary! It's been two years now since we launched our little podcast. It is now reaching thousands upon thousands in almost 120 countries! What a mind-boggling journey the Lord has laid out for us. It is our delight to walk it alongside you! So make sure ot tune in next week. And then, after two weeks of special episodes, we will kick off our brand new study, called "Centering on Christ: the Tabernacle" with Episode 112. Stephanie shares that this is the season that led her deepest into study and Scripture. It has deepened her intimacy with God in fresh, spicy new ways, and we are pretty confident it will yours, too! So make sure to tune in for our new series starting just after our celebratory episode. Every week, Stephanie shares truth from Scripture and invites you to dig deeper in your faith to delight in the glory of God. PLAY IT FORWARD by SHARING the link with friends and family. PAY IT FORWARD by supporting us financially - this is a team effort and we need your help to keep creating these high-quality episodes, as always available completely for FREE! PRAY IT FORWARD by praying for us and those you share it with! ------------ DISCOVER THE GOSPEL SPICE MINISTRIES ------------ The Gospel Spice Podcast is part of a larger range of tools given to you by Gospel Spice Ministries. In a nutshell, we exist to inspire Christ-followers to delight in God. In more details: we provide resources to empower Christian leaders across generational, social, ethnic and geographical boundaries towards more intimacy with Jesus Christ and discipleship effectiveness through a Biblical Christocentric foundation. The Gospel-Spice Ministries provide a safe environment for spiritual and community growth empowering people to know Christ more intimately, serve one another more powerfully, and reach the world for Jesus. PAY IT FORWARD!! Would you consider supporting this show today to help others enjoy it for free? It comes to you completely free, but is labor-intensive to produce, and we want to keep putting it in the ears of people! For the price of a cup of coffee, PAY IT FORWARD with $5 or $10 to make a huge difference! Contact us to pay it forward by Credit Card, or donate via PayPal. Gospel Spice Ministries is a non-profit organization registered under the tax-exempt 501c3 status. Your donations are tax-deductible under IRS Section 170. We want to be the best possible stewards of your financial support. All donations above our operating costs go to Christian organizations fighting human trafficking. We do not take a salary, but only seek to cover our operating costs. PLAY IT FORWARD by SHARING the link with friends and family PAY IT FORWARD by supporting us financially PRAY IT FORWARD by praying for us and those you share it with! Support us!
Free podcast listen to the first 100 listeners! Join us as we talk the best gimmicks to get fans in the stands in sports. From giveaways, to theme nights, we cover it all with the help of a few special guests. This episode was recorded live on Fireside. To be a part of the next generation of podcasting and interact with the show live, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jason and Jon caught up as Oglethorpe prepares for its first matchweek of the season and discuss balancing tactical and technical work in training sessions.
On Monday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Dr. Maeve O'Sullivan, Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Programme Director, MSc Human Resource Management at Cork University Business School and Senator Roisin Garvey, Green Party Senator, Inagh. Concerns are being raised that more women are being pushed “to the sidelines” due to Covid, with a new study showing women are much more likely than men to be looking for work since the pandemic began. Researchers from Cork University Business School and NUI Galway analysed survey data on men and women in 32,500 households from 2002 to the end of last year ad found, on average, women were more likely than men to be looking for work.
What comes to mind when you think about the church? Jesus says, when you follow Me, you will be “filled with my joy” and “your joy will overflow!” The church is God's community where the joy of Heaven invades the sadness of earth. No matter what happens in the world around us, the empty tomb gives us reason to celebrate. Hopelessness is a lie. Pain is temporary. Darkness is defeated. And we're called to invite everyone to experience the eternal party God is throwing.
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I have such a special conversation for you. My guest today is one of my most favorite human beings and I have had the beautiful opportunity to have a front row seat to her transformation over the last few years. Carrie Verrocchio has one of the biggest hearts and the stories she shares and the work she is doing in the world I know will help so many women truly step into their power and live the life they were meant to live. CarrieVee (Verrocchio) MBA, Motivational Speaker, Author, Podcaster, and Certified Transformation, Forgiveness, and REBT Coach, helps those who have forgotten how to dream, overcome their excuses and live the life they were created to live. She is the founder of the Radical Empowerment Method, an online program designed to walk people through the exact method she herself used to move from a life of feeling invisible to a life of empowered success and action. Her second book, The Radical Empower Method: Getting off the Sidelines of Your Life and Stepping Into Your PowPow Shoes, is now available on Amazon. After going from burned out corporate general manager to seizing opportunities and creating the life had been dreaming of, CarrieVee uses her experience to motivate and lead others on a journey of Radical Empowerment. She is a Toastmasters Semi-Finalist in the 2020 World Championship of Speaking as well as a keynote speaker for Toastmasters. In addition, she competed in the Summit of Slay Speaking Competition and was chosen as one of the top four speakers. CarrieVee has been published in the second edition of “88 Ways Music Can Change Your Life,” available on Amazon. She has spoken on numerous stages to thousands of men and women. In this episode we talk about: Where to start when thinking about entrepreneurship Radical Empowerment Gratitude as a foundation and how to be intentional about it Freedom through forgiveness Our signature Six Figure School 12 week business mentorship opens for enrollment in September! Text the word READY to (602) 536-7829 to get a $500 discount that you ONLY get if you're on the text waitlist...and the first link to join (limited spots available) The Powerhouse Women 2021 EVENT tickets are LIVE!!! We cannot wait to see you on our favorite day of the year! If you can't attend live we do have the option for you to attend virtually. It's a day you won't want to miss! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || CONNECT WITH CARRIEVEE || instagram.com/iamcarrievee www.coachcarriev.com The Radical Empowerment Method Book || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co
Jon Akin of Oglethorpe University is back for the second episode of his From the Sidelines series. Jason chats with him about balance this week. Jon talks about how he tries to achieve that in his squad, in his tactical setup, and how he reacts to situations that throw that balance out of whack.
School districts can't find bus drivers. The TSA is short on security screeners. Ports can't find enough workers to load and unload shipping containers. Across many different sectors, the unavailability of workers is holding the economy back, and sending prices even higher. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. Fuel truckers are another critical job that employers can't fill fast enough, explains NPR's Camila Domonoske. Also in this episode: reporting from NPR's Andrea Hsu on why millions of older workers have decided to retire early during the pandemic. In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at email@example.com.
My next guest is the Founder & CEO of Theory Planning Partners, a concierge financial advisory firm tailored to elevating the missions and passions of 7-figure female entrepreneurs. After years in the industry Kaitlyn Carlson left her corporate job to start Theory Planning Partners. Tune is as she discusses just how to build a business to financial freedom. In this episode, you will learn how: Not to let perfection get in the way of progress. To get more wealth in the hands of self-made women. To learn and build wealth. Revenue gets thrown out there as a massive mark of success and it doesn't actually mean that much. Profit is WAY more important. To quadruple the profits in your business by letting go of perfectionism. Being an entrepreneur is getting uncomfortable with the uncomfortable. Building wealth is a mix of habits and inflection points. The more boring you can keep it (revenue) the better. With success, your problems don't go away, but they get bigger and better in quality. As a business owner, you will always find a way to spend the money in your bank account...“Parkinson's Law” Should operate your business from what's left in your operating account Start good financial habits from day one How trauma (sexual) comes out in other ways “When a woman stands up for herself, she stands up for women everywhere.”- Maya Angelou The tax you pay for immediate gratification is not worth the longtime NEW! Launching September 22: Sidelines to Headlines. PR coaching for female entrepreneurs. ---- Renée Warren is an award-winning entrepreneur, a 7-figure business starter, and the founder of We Wild Women, a business dedicated to helping women launch their dream business. She previously founded an industry-recognized PR agency that worked with funded technology startups from South Africa to San Diego. She's a mom to Irish Twins (not planned), a published author, and a drummer. Rate, review, and subscribe on Apple Podcast "I love Into The Wild, and think it's the best thing since sliced bread."
Is it always hot for NFL training camp? HBO's Hard Knocks would make you believe it is. The temperature outside is only one of the things that heat up on the sports dock-series. In this episode of Sidelines, we talk about some of the best moments from Hard Knocks over the years. So get a GD snack, and join us! This episode was recorded live on Fireside. To join the next generation in podcasting, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, DM us on Instagram @go_team_stories, or download the app today in the App Store.
Go the distance and ease our pain as we dive into all things Field of Dreams. Is this heaven? No it's just Kevin Costner in a baseball movie like God intended. This episode was recorded live on Fireside. If you'd like to join us live and be a part of the next generation of podcasting, download the app now in the App Store, or email us at email@example.com for an exclusive link.
NEW! Starting September 22nd, Sidelines to Headlines. PR coaching for female entrepreneurs. --------- Meghan Bonhomme is a long-time entrepreneur, lead cheerleader, tough love teacher, and accountability bff. She is on a mission to help you plan + prioritize your self care so you can learn how to live your best life guilt-free! In this episode you will learn about: The thing that blocks female entrepreneurs from ‘doing the self care' How the perception of time and guilt stop us dead in our tracks How worthiness guides you When we take the time for ourselves, it pays off in the long run Why self-care also includes the icky things The four M's of self-care How the hardest part in business is when you lose the momentum How busy entrepreneurs can fit self care into any schedule Small moments can still recharge you How to carve out time for yourself What it means to be a wild woman: “Fearlessly living in your own authenticity.” ~ Meghan Bonhomme “Accepting ourselves because of who we are, not in spite of who we are.” ~ Meghan Bonhomme Public Shoutouts: Nicole Lapera: How to do The Work Resources: Website: Lovely Human School Instagram: @the.selfcarequeen ---------- Renée Warren is an award-winning entrepreneur, a 7-figure business starter, and the founder of We Wild Women, a business dedicated to helping women launch their dream business. She previously founded an industry-recognized PR agency that worked with funded technology startups from South Africa to San Diego. She's a mom to Irish Twins (not planned), a published author, and a drummer. Rate, review, and subscribe on Apple Podcast "I love Into The Wild, and think it's the best thing since sliced bread."
In this episode, you'll also hear:The long journey that led Beth to find her calling – and the common thread she found throughout all of her many pursuits The importance of having a mentor who can both challenge and uplift youWhy you shouldn't write in isolationWhich numbers and analytics really matter from a digital marketing perspectiveBeth's experiences with both traditional publishing and self-publishing BIO:Beth Walker has partnered with her husband for twenty years, in leadership and ministry both on and off the football field. Beth is passionate about encouraging women to pursue their individual callings from God. She is a contributor to Friday Night Wives and The Glorious Table. On her own blog, Lessons from the Sidelines, Beth offers practical advice for other coaches' wives as well as a behind-the-scenes look at her family's life as they serve their football players and their community. GET CONNECTED:Website: https://lessonsfromthesidelines.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bw.alker/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Bw_alkerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/lessonsfromthesideline
Can you hold your own against Go Team! When it comes to Olympics trivia? Join us as find out! Test your knowledge of the Summer Olympics with this week's Sidelines, our minisode. This episode was recorded with a live audience on Fireside. Download the Fireside App today and join the next generation of interactive podcasting.
The Constitution is actually a short document, only four pages long. Ever wonder why? The Founding Fathers intended for most political power to reside in the states, where citizens could take part in the political process, and only certain powers delegated to the federal government. Boy, has that been turned on its head! Rick says we are no longer where we were when the Founding Fathers started this experiment called the United States. We've been relegated to the bleachers to watch the Game of Politics from the sidelines. Is this how it was supposed to be? The Rick Roberts Show is on NewsTalk 820 WBAP...(Photo Courtesy of WFAA) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the debut of From the Sidelines with Jon Akin, talking soccer from the coach's perspective. In this week's edition, Jason and Jon talk about how coaches prepare a preseason and where their priorities lie in structuring sessions.
We are in a fight! The enemy hopes to keep you knocked down or make you give up though. He doesn't want you to keep going. The truth is that he is afraid of you. You are a threat to his kingdom. So get up and keep fighting! You can't sit this out; there are no sidelines! In this message, we will look at the rest of the armor and weapons God has given us for the battle we are in.
We've been not favored to win but we've come from behind to take the gold in this episode of Sidelines. We're talking the best Olympic underdog stories from swimming, to softball, to track and field. Get all the feels with these stories of athletes and teams who were counted out but they weren't down. This episode was recorded live on Fireside. Download the app now on in the App Store to be a part of the next generation of podcasting.
ON THIS WEEKS EPISODE, We broke down the Recent Fight night event that went down with two Middleweights trying to head into contention. Strickland keeps his streak Alive! We also talked about AJ MCKEES BIG KO OF PITBULL ! Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @Whatatrippodcast Like and subscribe if you like the show !
This week's Salad Bowl episode takes us to Hidden Valley Ranch (not a sponsor) Writing partners Shannon & Scott tempt the salad spinner of fate as they write a short song about a random topic in a random style of music. Follow us on Twitter @songsaladcast, check out our website, songsaladpodcast.com, and visit our Patreon page, patreon.com/songsalad Streaming on StrangeLabel.com every Wednesday at 4pm EST. Art by Kayla Wasil (@kaylamwasil)
Inspired by his desire to be a better bishop, Kurt Francom has interviewed hundreds of people about their service within the Church. What began as blog became a podcast and then eventually a non-profit organization with a goal to help Latter-day Saints be better prepared to lead. On this week's episode, we talk with Kurt about what he has learned from Church leaders serving in various callings all over the world including how to recognize the needs of those you serve and the difference between a motivation problem vs. an ability problem. “We're all leaders to some capacity. And so we can all step forward, show leadership, and watch the problems in people's lives disintegrate.” Show Notes 2:55- The Guilt Trip Lesson 7:40- Jumping In to Meet a Need 11:19- One Problem in the World 15:07- Solving Problems 20:20- Standing on the Sidelines of the Atonement 23:13- Lay Leadership 29:22- Principles Worth Remembering 33:31- Ability or Motivation Problem? 36:40- Recognizing Needs 42:53- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The following was produced by Tearsheet Studios. We worked with payment as a service provider Volante Technologies to produce a two part series on banks transforming their payments to the cloud and the road to streamlining the customer journey. Volante helps banks around the world rise to the challenge of digital transformation. Through simplifying payment systems and processes, they help banks modernize their customer experience. And what sets Volante apart is its technology architecture -- it was built from the ground up for the cloud.
What's holding you back? You spend countless hours each week wishing, hoping, praying, and dreaming for more energy, confidence, and consistency, and less body fat, emotional distress, and negative self-talk. When are you going to stop watching others win and get off the sideline? This short episode will address the above and let you know how you can lock in the lowest investment into The 5% Community + lifetime access before the price goes up and lifetime access goes bye-bye beginning Monday, August 9, 2021. Apply to Join The 5% Community Today Past Client Testimonials
Get all the feels and join us for Sidelines, our minisode, as we count down some of the most memorable moments from the Summer Olympic Opening Ceremonies, and one Winter Olympics moment that was too important to leave out. We're talk about the crazy moments, the goose bump moments, and the ones we will never forget. This episode was recorded live on Fireside. To be a part of the next generation of podcasting and interact with us live, download the Fireside app for iOS today in the App Store.
On this episode we ran over last weekends card headlined by Islam Makachev and Thiago Moises! A card that was not to stacked but provided some big moments ! Miesha Tate's return clearly stole the show! We also preview next weeks Sandhagen vs Dillashaw card! Follow us on Instagram at https://instagram.com/whatatrippodcas... All of our other links are here https://linktr.ee/Whatatrippodcast
The siblings. What's happening to our other kids when we have one struggling with lifestyle choices, substance use, or mental health issues? How are they being impacted? What do they know? What should they know, and when? It's a real struggle for parents to know, and that's probably why it's one of the most common requests I get for podcast topics.I figured the best way to answer these questions would be to talk with my son, who watched his older brother go through "it" and share his thoughts; what he saw, how he felt, and the impact it's had on his life. It's a real conversation, and even though I may be slightly biased because he's one of mine, Marco's insights, wisdom and attitude are commendable considering the chaos and uncertainty he experienced at a young and impressionable age.We talk about things including:how he perceived his brother's actions and how it felt to not know what was really happeninghis choice to not go the 4-year college route coming out of a college-prep high schoolhis impressions of his brother being transported to wilderness therapywhat his support looked like and how he personally dealt with the uncertainty and chaoswhat he observed about me, his mom, through the experiencehis relationship before, during and now with his brotherhis thoughts on how we handled things as parentsthe concept of the siblings needing to be "perfect" and not cause parents more problemshis words of wisdom for parents going through it nowYou'll be inspired by this young man's ability to internalize and then use his experience to fuel the success he's building in his life today as a barber, stylist, retail store owner and so many other things.