This podcast is the audio from the SIG 93 AERA seminar held online September 21st 3pm-4:30pm. Title: “A discussion about AI as a disruptive technology in research and PETE.” The seminar is based on a recent open-access article in JTPE about AI (the authors will be the panelists/facilitators). If you have not had much experience with AI in research, here is a link to a video we made for a symposium this summer that can give you a 15min overview of what AI can do in PETE and research in PE. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pwrhpe/support
Today's guest is Douglas Brunt. Douglas is a New York Times bestselling author and host of the DEDICATED podcast. A graduate of Duke University, Douglas published his first book, Ghosts of Manhattan, in 2012. He followed up his debut with two more critically acclaimed titles: The Means and Trophy Son. His fourth book, The Mysterious Case of Rudolf Diesel, is available now. In addition to writing, Douglas hosts the SiriusXM podcast, DEDICATED. The show takes an insider's look into the lives and creative processes of the world's greatest authors. Before pursuing writing full-time, Douglas was a management consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton and the CEO of the cybersecurity firm Authentium, Inc. You can learn more about Douglas at douglasbrunt-author.com and by following him on Instagram @douglas_brunt SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org PARD: Go to www.pard.com to get your TD32 Multi-Spectral Riflescope today and follow @PARD_USA. 8 Sleep: Go to eightsleep.com/DangerClose and save $150 on the Pod Cover Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Don't Miss Special Forces: World's Toughest Test, All New Mondays On Fox! Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Badass Work Bench Fort Knox Safe Triple Aught Design Official Jack Carr Whiskey Glasses Jack Carr Warrior Hooten Young Whiskey Mysterious Case of Rudolf Diesel by Douglas Brunt Ballistic Impressions Fortitude Coffee
Kina kartlägger Taiwan med avancerade militärdrönare. Taiwan å sin sida ser ett nytt hot i de obemannade farkosterna och vill svara med en egen robotarmé. Hör även om Kinas försvunne försvarsminister. Under den gångna helgen har Taiwan observerat en av de största kinesiska militärövningarna i sin omgivning. Mer än 100 kinesiska militärflygplan flög i området och ett 40-tal har kommit in över medianlinjen mitt i Taiwansundet. Vid sidan om de konventionella stridsflygen och fartygen har kinesiska drönare blivit en allt vanligare syn runt och över Taiwan. Kina satsar nu stort på obemannade farkoster inom det militära. Hör om de militärstrategiska aspekterna av Kinas stora drönarsatsning och om hur Taiwan kan och vill försvara sig. Den senaste utvecklingen i sundet och Kinas intensiva propaganda riktad mot Taiwan spelar nu också in i den taiwanesiska valrörelsen som börjar komma igång. Ministrarna som försvinner under XiSamtidigt hopar sig nu frågetecken om vem i Kina som egentligen basar över Taiwan-politiken och de militära aktiviteterna runt ön. Den senaste stora övningen sker samtidigt som försvarsministern Li Shangfu är försvunnen sedan flera veckor. Enligt källor till internationella medier utreds Li Shangfu för korruption. Li är den andra högt uppsatta politikern i Kina som försvinner på kort tid. Händelserna ser inte bra ut för Xi Jinping, men kan också ses som en maktdemonstration. Paralleller kan dras till hur partiet och systemet fungerade under Mao. Medverkande: Hanna Sahlberg, Kinakommentator. Björn Djurberg, Kinakorrespondent. Martin Hagström, forskningsledare vid FOI.Programledare: Karin TöttermanProducent: Therese RosenvingeTekniker: Alma Segeholm
Jeff Greenberg is the CEO and Managing member of Synergetic Investment Group, LLC (SIG). For over 12 years he has managed all aspects of commercial real estate ownership including acquisitions, investor relations, operations, value add implementation, and dispositions. Through SIG Wealth Fund, a diversified and customizable Equity Fund, SIG provides the opportunity for high net worth individuals to passively invest in Commercial Real Estate with best in class Commercial Deal Syndicators. Jeff uses his extensive experience and network to help investors to discover and invest in high quality alternative investments Jeff has been involved in projects worth nearly $150 million consisting of over 2000 units. He has been involved with stabilized and value add properties including Student Housing, as well short term rental, and Market Rate MF properties. In this episode we talked to Jeff about how to qualify strategic partners and their importance, why you should invest in a private equity fund, what's a customizable fund and how it helps you to choose between cash flow and appreciation and much more. Announcement: Join our Apartment Investing Mastermind Customizable Funds; 00:00 Jeff's background; 04:00 Investing in people & Giving up the control; 08:32 Qualifying strategic partners; 11:18 What's a private equity fund and why you should invest in it; 14:51 Why people invest in customizable funds; 16:41 Being hands on to passive investing; 18:05 Cash flow vs. Appreciation; 19:45 Advice for those just starting out; Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List 22:25 Round of Insights Apparent Failure: His first deal. Digital Resource: ActiveCampaign Most Recommended Book: The Hands-Off Investor Daily Habit: Making a priority list for the next day before he goes to bed. #1 Insight for Raising Capital in a Fund: Help people and answer questions. Best Place to Grab a Bite to California: Home cooked meals Contact Jeff: To learn more go to synergeticig.com. You can find Jeff on LinkedIn. Listen to the episode with Brian Burke here. Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW, and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.
A Sigún Marcos Barinas, arquitecto y planificador urbano, quien ya estuvo con nosotros cuando el podcast era solo audio, y fue un episodiazo interesantísimo, por eso volvió y nos dio otro episodiazo.Una radiografía de Santo Domingo de pies a cabeza. Yo me lo disfruté un montón.Esta semana es Toronto y 4 DE NOVIEMBRE EN FUCKING NEW YORK COMEDY FESTIVAL!!!!!Patreon gratis por 7 días en www.patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
Watch the full video on YouTube - click hereIn this bonus episode of the ALP podcast, Jan Griffiths delves into a pivotal moment in the automotive industry as the UAW (United Auto Workers) calls for a strike across the three major American OEMs: Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis. This historic event highlights the significant challenges that supply chain leaders and CEOs within the automotive sector are currently facing. Jan sets the stage for this critical day in automotive history, emphasizing the urgent need for strategic responses to address the disruptions rippling through the supply chain.Joining Jan are industry experts Tor Hough, CEO of ELM Analytics, and Sig Huber, Chief Commercial Officer for ELM Analytics. Together, they engage in a comprehensive discussion about the essential steps required to prepare for and effectively manage such disruptive situations. The conversation revolves around key aspects, including the critical role of gathering timely and accurate data about suppliers, enhancing supply chain resilience through design and relationships, and the analysis of the five pillars of risk: liquidity, labor, parts, demand, and transportation.Moreover, the episode underscores the paramount importance of transparent communication with the supply base, the cultivation of trust, and proactive planning for financial risks and startup challenges in the event of prolonged disruptions. As the automotive industry grapples with uncertainty during the ongoing strike, this episode equips supply chain leaders and CEOs with valuable insights to navigate the complex landscape of supply chain disruptions successfully.Themes discussed in this episode:Automotive industry disruptionsSupply chain risk managementFinancial vulnerabilities of suppliersImportance of Communication and TrustStrategies and CountermeasuresPillars of Supply Chain ResilienceFeatured Guest: Tor HoughWhat he does: Tor Hough is the CEO of ELM Analytics. Tor is fervently committed to elevating data quality standards in the industry while catalyzing business change, transformation, and growth.Featured Guest: Sig HuberWhat he does: Sig Huber serves as the Chief Commercial Officer at ELM Analytics, bringing a wealth of expertise in supplier risk management spanning over 25 years. With a distinguished career at both FCA (now Stellantis) and Toyota, Sig has demonstrated exceptional leadership in guiding supplier risk management teams to success.Episode Highlights:[02:16] Data Gathering: The importance of gathering accurate and timely data about suppliers, especially in the sub-tier levels of the supply chain, to understand vulnerabilities.[08:54] Navigating Supply Chain Vulnerability and Building Resilience: Sig and Tor dive into the automotive supply chain's vulnerabilities amid disruptions like COVID and the UAW strike. They emphasize the importance of timely data, supplier financial health, and strategies for bolstering resilience, including supply chain design and robust supplier relationships.[14:15] Proactive Planning for Supply Chain Resilience:...
Today's guest is Drago Dzieran. Drago is an author, entrepreneur, retired Navy SEAL, and former political prisoner. Born in communist Poland, Drago immigrated to the United States in 1984 after being imprisoned for his political activism against the oppressive regime. Drago enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1991. Over his 20 years in the SEAL Teams, he served as a member of SEAL Team 2, SEAL Team 4, and as a BUD/s Instructor. He took part in over 100 combat missions in Iraq, earning the Bronze Star Medal with Valor, the Navy Commendation Medal with Valor, and the Army Commendation Medal. After his military retirement, Drago started a career as a software engineer. Additionally, he founded the Navy SEALs Fund – Brotherhood Beyond Battlefield, a nonprofit organization focused on reducing the financial burden of all UDT/SEAL teammates, including Gold Star Families who need assistance. He also founded ConnectZing, a censorship-free social media network. Drago's memoir, The Pledge to America: One Man's Journey from Political Prisoner to U.S. Navy SEAL, is out now. To learn more about Drago, follow him on Instagram @dragodzieran and visit dragodzieran.com. SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org PARD: Go to www.pard.com to get your TD32 Multi-Spectral Riflescope today and follow @PARD_USA. 8 Sleep: Go to eightsleep.com/DangerClose and save $150 on the Pod Cover Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. SIG Sauer Cross Rifle Sig Sauer Optic G Shock Watch Black Rifle Coffee Silencer Smooth Blend
Det här är berättelsen om den snaggade sångerskan som tog världen med storm med låten Nothing Compares 2 U, för att kort därefter stämplas som ett oberäkneligt oväder. Det här avsnittet handlar delvis om allvarlig psykisk ohälsa och självmord. Har du eller någon du känner självmordstankar, vänd dig till din vårdcentral. Du kan också kontakta till exempel självmordslinjen Mind på telefonnummer 90101 och via deras hemsida mind.se, eller Jourhavande medmänniska på telefonnummer 08 - 702 16 80. Vid akut självmordsrisk bör du ringa 112.Det är den 3 oktober 1992. Runt om i USA har amerikaner slagit sig ner i tv-sofforna för att se på det anrika sketchprogrammet Saturday Night Live. Flamsiga sketcher avlöser varandra och studiopubliken skrattar på precis rätt ställen. När den livesända showen närmar sig sitt slut är det dags för kvällens gästartist att inta scenen. 26-åriga Sinead O'Connor tittar rakt in i kameran och stämningen i studion förändras helt. Hennes vadlånga vita spetsklänning påminner om en katolsk konfirmationsklänning och bredvid henne brinner tjocka vita ljus. Håret är snaggat och i händerna håller hon ett stort fotografi - med bilden vänd mot sig.Den irländska sångerskan som två år tidigare gjort världssuccé med balladen Nothing Compares 2 U - har ikväll valt att framföra en gammal Bob Marley-låt. Samtidigt som hon sjunger de sista tonerna, lyfter hon upp fotografiet och vänder det mot kameran. Det föreställer den sittande påven, Johannes Paulus II. Utan att för en sekund släppa tv-tittarna med blicken river hon sönder bilden och säger:– Fight the real enemy!Publiken har ingen aning om hur de ska reagera och tv-producenterna tittar panikslaget på varandra - det här stod inte i manus. Sinead har knappt hunnit blåsa ut de tjocka vita ljusen innan tv-kanalens telefoner börjar ringa. P3 Musikdokumentär om Sinéad O'Connor handlar om hur hon gjorde uppror mot ett konservativt system och utmanade bilden av hur en kvinnlig artist ska bete sig, men också om priset hon fick betala för det.Dokumentären är gjord av Joanna Korbutiak i augusti 2023Producent är Anna LillkungExekutiv producent är Anna JohannessenSlutmix är gjord av Fredrik NilssonProgramledare är Siri HillMedverkande: Karen Dempsey, Kajsa Grytt och Kristofer AnderssonLjudklippen i dokumentären kommer från dokumentären Nothing Compares (2022), intervjuer i Avsminkat (Sveriges Radio, 1988), The Late Late Show (RTÉ, 1990 och 1992), Taking A Stand (RTÉ, 1992), This Morning (ITV, 2007), framträdanden i Saturday Night Live (NBC, 1992) och youtubekontona WION The World is One News, Jordy McDermott och Polly.
A Sigún Manny Cruz, esposo, padre, cantante y amante de Santo Domingo. Tuvimos una conversación muy amena, divertida y variada, y jamás en la vida pensé que íbamos a conectar con que ambos somos fans de Yanni.Esto es A Sigún Manny Cruz con Carlos Sánchez. Ep. 115.Esta semana estoy en España, semana que viene en Toronto, Y EL 4 DE NOVIEMBRE EN EL NEW YORK COMEDY FESTIVAL!!!!!Boletas en carloscomic.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
As Cleveland's playoff hopes have essentially dwindled, Zack and T.J. play a little game of Imagine Telling Yourself with submissions from the SIG community on Discord. Then, the guys talk about a good weekend for Jose Ramirez, communication between coaches and players, and discuss Tanner Bibee's updated Rookie of the Year possibilities. For additional episodes of the podcast, including a weekly offseason show, consider supporting the show at https://Patreon.com/SelbyIsGodcast Listeners get $20 off their first ticket purchase at SEATGEEK with the the promo code: SELBY.
The Second Amendment Celebration Dinner, aka #GUNPROM is coming up on September 16, 2023 in San Diego! Get your tickets at https://gunprom.com. Gun Owners Radio can help you with your marketing & advertising needs! Get a free website audit! Just ask at https://gunownersradio.com/marketing-services How do you measure your competence as a defensive handgun user? Mike & Erin Pettengill from the Personal Protection Academy have developed the Handgun Aptitude Test to measure exactly that! Get an objective score that you can work to improve, for shooters at all skill levels. Get the target, and take the test! What score did you get? https://www.handgunaptitudetest.com/ Are we seeing the final days of the California ban on “assault weapons”? Mike shares updates on the Miller v. Becerra case. If you want to support this kind of activism, become a member! https://sdcgo.org/join The crew discusses what people should disclose on their CCW application. Dave brings up the recent shooting in Orange County. What law could have prevented the tragedy from happening? Answer: None of the current gun control laws that disarm the law abiding versus rendering criminals harmless. STUMP MY NEPHEW: What is the difference in ballistics between .277 Fury, 6.8 Common Cartridge, and 6.8 Western, other than different manufactures (Sig, US Govt, Winchester)? Read the latest blog post at https://www.gunownersradio.com/book-review-gunsmithing-the-ar-15-the-bench-manual/ -- Like, subscribe, and share to help restore the Second Amendment in California! Make sure Big Tech can't censor your access to our content and subscribe to our email list: https://gunownersradio.com/subscribe #2a #guns #gunowners #2ndAmendment #2ACA #ca42a #gunownersradio #gunrights #gunownersrights #rkba #shallnotbeinfringed #pewpew -- The right to self-defense is a basic human right. Gun ownership is an integral part of that right. If you want to keep your Second Amendment rights, defend them by joining San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO), Orange County Gun Owners (OCGO), or Inland Empire Gun Owners (IEGO). Support the cause by listening to Gun Owners Radio live on Sunday afternoon or on any podcast app at your leisure. Together we will win. https://www.sandiegocountygunowners.com https://orangecountygunowners.com http://inlandempiregunowners.com https://www.firearmspolicy.org https://www.gunownersca.com https://gunowners.org Show your support for Gun Owners Radio sponsors! Get expert legal advice on any firearm-related issues: https://dillonlawgp.com Smarter web development and digital marketing help: https://www.sagetree.com Learn to FLY at SDFTI! San Diego Flight Training International: https://sdfti.com Protect your retirement with precious metals! Call GoldCo Today! 855-612-6354
Today's guest is Malcolm Gladwell. Malcolm is a journalist, speaker, #1 New York Times bestselling author, and host of the Revisionist History podcast. He is the author of The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw, David and Goliath, Talking to Strangers, and The Bomber Mafia. Malcolm is also the president and co-founder of Pushkin Industries, an audio content company best known for the podcasts Revisionist History and Broken Record, which he hosts with Rick Rubin, Justin Richmond, and Bruce Headlam. In the new season of Revisionist History, Malcolm explores how people talk about firearms and how we can have more honest conversations about the topic. Malcolm has landed on Time Magazine's “100 Most Influential People” list and is considered one of Foreign Policy's “Top Global Thinkers.” He was appointed to the Order of Canada in 2011. To learn more about Malcolm, follow him on Instagram @malcolmgladwell and visit his website gladwellbooks.com. SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org 1st Phorm: Go to www.1stphorm.com/JACKCARR to receive free shipping on any orders over $75. Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Grizzly Forge knives Wind Vintage Watches Wood Cabin Candle Company Toyotas of War
A Sigún Alf Micstar, la cara detrás del Snack Report, publicista y creativo. Conversamos sobre la publicidad, las redes sociales, la cerveza, y quien sabe cuantas vainas más.Esta semana tengo show en Santo Domingo, la semana que viene son los shows en España, luego Toronto. Entren a carloscomic.comPrueben gratis esta chulería de comunidad que tenemos en patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
Having a quality handgun with quality equipment should be an immediate priority for the modern minuteman. from your daily carry system to your full kit secondary sidearm, your handgun should be well thought out and setup to be reliable and capable. In today's world many of us choose to carry a handgun for defense of self and others. This discipline is one of few that the modern minuteman missions that currently goes beyond training and applies to life in today's real world. In this episode Jacob and Stephen talk about handguns and handgun equipment that they believe would be appropriate to serve within this mission. RESOURCES Recommended Handguns: - Glock (Models: 19,19x, 17, 45, 47, 34) If you just can't stomach a Glock: - H&K VP9 - Archon Type B (If you can find it) - FN 509 - CZ P-10C - Walther PDP We can not recommend Sig while law suites and uncertainty with reliablity is a concern. Read more about the Sig issues HERE Recommended Optics (Slide Mounted): Trijicon (RMR, RMR HD, RCR) AimPoint P-2 (We have been told that the housing issues have been solved) Leupold Deltapoint Pro If price / budget is a barrier that you cannot overcome, then Holosun will likley work for you. Recommended Lights: Surefire X300U Streamlight ( TLR-1, TLR-9, TLR-7) CONTACT US email@example.com
Today's guest is Matt “Willy” Williams. Matt is an Australian Army veteran, independent journalist, and content creator. He served in the Australian Infantry with the 7th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment from 2014-2021. At the age of 22, after returning to Australia from deployment in Afghanistan, Matt was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. Following being discharged from the Australian Army, Matt discovered a passion for content creation. In 2022, he spent six and a half months as an independent war correspondent documenting the war in Ukraine. His YouTube Channel @willyOAM contains insider analysis and interviews with those on the frontlines of the conflict. He started his Instagram page @willy.beating.cancer to document his physical and mental journey. Matt is a Queen's Order of Australia Medal recipient and a 2020 SA Young Australian of the Year nominee. To learn more about Matt, follow him on Instagram @willy.beating.cancer and subscribe to his YouTube Channel @willyOAM SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! PARD: Go to www.pard.com toget your TD32 Multi-Spectral Riflescope today and follow @PARD_USA. Schnee's: Go to https://schnees.com/ and use code JACK23 for 30% off mountain boots Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Fort Knox Safe Official Jack Carr Merchandise True Precision Pistol Doxa Sub Watch Book TactiCalories Ferro Concepts
In this episode, I talk with Kris Abdelmessih, Volatility Trader and also the Author of Moontower Weekly. Kris has been actively involved in options trading for 21 years. His background encompasses commencing his journey within the trading pits alongside SIG, establishing his personal market-making team, and overseeing the commodities book for a distinguished volatility manager. We talk about: Adverse Selection Discretionary Edge? Manager Fee Alpha Confidence Intervals Life Optionality and more! This podcast was recorded at the Edgewood Resort, situated by the serene Lake Tahoe, where a wonderful private event was organized by Collective. Collective is a curated community investors and entrepreneurs eager for in-person experiences, authentic connections, and idea sharing. I hope you enjoyed this conversation with Kris as much as I did!
A Sigún Virginia Rodríguez, niña muy joven que tiene un pequeño reto por delante: la presidencia de la República Dominicana. Candidata por el partido Opción Democrática, tuvimos una interesante conversación sobre nuestro país, sobre lo que debe ser un político, y sobre la porquería de contrato que es para nosotros la Barrick Gold, y todos los daños que ya han hecho a toda esa zona. Profundo, interesante y divertido. Esto es A Sigún Virginia Rodríguez con Carlos Sánchez.En Santo Domingo nos presentamos el 5 de septiembre. De ahí nos vamos a España, de ahí a Canadá. Busca todas las fechas en carloscomic.comPrueba ser patreon gratis por 7 días. Esta comunidad es bien chula. wwww.patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
I bästa fall är det en riktigt go upplevelse att fiska upp en matlåda och slänga in i mikron. Men ibland blir det inte riktigt som man tänkt sig. Ett nyfiket och underhållande aktualitetsprogram med lyssnaren i fokus.Så mycket matlådor!! Vi fick bland annat prata med Stefan serverade mat man kanske inte borde servera till en kollega, Hasse skojade med en jobbarkompis och gav honom en riktigt seg macka och så fick vi en liten historia om den tjuvaktiga hunden Tequila.Jessica Frej tipsar om matlådorKocken Jessica Frej hälsade på oss via telefonen också och kom med några riktigt goa tips om vad man kan ha i sin matlåda nu när jobbandet är igång på allvar.Och så blir det en massa extramaterial såklart! Där får vi bland annat höra om när Sarit sprängde berg i slow motion, Adam gillar mögliga matlådor och Alexander tycker inte det är okej att skölja svamp.
Today's guest is John Dudley. John is a professional archery athlete, bowhunter, founder of Nock On Archery, and host of the Nock On Podcast and Nock On TV. He has competed in hundreds of tournaments in the U.S. and abroad, resulting in three National Championships and 45 career top-three finishes. He is a 13-time World Medalist, U.S. Open Silver Medalist, and U.S. Open Gold Medal Team member. He also serves on the pro teams for multiple industry leaders, traveling the world conducting seminars for national and Olympic teams. Nock On Archery is an all-encompassing platform with a mission to improve all archers and bowhunters through in-depth education, custom products, and inspiring content, including School of Nock, Nock On Podcast, Nock 2 Fork, Nock Fit, and Nock On TV. You can learn more about Nock On Archery by visiting nockonarchery.com and subscribing to their YouTube Channel @nockonarchery Follow @NockOnTV on Instagram and Twitter to keep up with John. SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org 1st Phorm: Go to www.1stphorm.com/JACKCARR to receive free shipping on any orders over $75. PARD: Go to www.Pard.com to get your TD32 Multi-Spectral Riflescope today and follow @PARD_USA. Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Inglorious Amateurs Shirts NTN 33 Bow Leupold RangeFinders 3GunKenzie Hunters Gold HD Sunglasses Allegiance Flag Supply SIG P320 - Concierge Service Bravo Company Manufacturing
1, 2, 3, 4 åtal. Hur påverkar juridiken ex-presidentens presidentkampanj? Under sommaren har inte mindre än två åtal väckts mot USA:s tidigare president Donald Trump. Därmed står han nu inför fyra olika rättsprocesser med potentiellt allvarliga personliga konsekvenser.De senaste åtalen rör båda presidentvalet 2020 och försök att påverka utgången. Vilket av alla åtal är besvärligast för Trump? Är det kanske delstatsåtalet i Georgia?Vi pratar också om president Joe Bidens son Hunter Biden som också plågas av rättsliga problem. Tidigare i somras rapporterades att han hade nåt en deal gällande vapen- och skattebrott – men nu har allt vänt och en särskild utredare ska titta på presidentsonens förehavanden.Avsnittet spelades in framför publik på Kulturhuset Stadsteatern i Stockholm i samband med Sveriges Radios arrangemang Möt Radiokorrespondenterna.Medverkande: Roger Wilson, San Francisco, Cecilia Khavar, Washington och Ginna Lindberg, USA-kommentator.Programledare: Sara StenholmProducent: Viktor Mattsson
A Sigún Mago Karim. De todos los cómicos que he cruzado camino en 21 años, uno de los que más quiero y aprecio. Tremendo cómico y tremendo mago. Lo que verán es un bullying eterno entre dos amigos. Esto es Mago Karim con Carlos Sánchez. Ep. 112.Mis próximos shows:Santo Domingo 5/9Asturias 11/9Madrid 17/9Toronto 23/9carloscomic.comEl club de Patreones cada día está más chulo. Ven a ser otro abanico en esta familia. Prueba gratis 7 días en patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
Download my new special report - How to Use Inflation to Your Advantage - www.bronsonequity.com/inflation We put together a panel of three experts in multifamily and self-storage investments for this amazing Real Estate Roundtable Episode. Today they share their invaluable insights and hands-on expertise. Today they share their invaluable insights and hands-on expertise. Ryan Gibson, Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Spartan Investment Group. Ryan's leadership has brought over $200 million in private equity to Spartan projects. His expertise shines in managing projects, even in challenging markets. Apart from real estate, Ryan is also a seasoned commercial airline pilot. He graduated from Mercyhurst University with a degree in Business, specializing in Marketing, Management, and Advertising. Ryan's role is pivotal in connecting individual investors to SIG's exclusive real estate investment opportunities. Bob Fraser, Co-Founder and CFO at Aspen Funds. With over 20 years of experience, Bob is a finance and technology executive. He co-founded Aspen Funds in 2012, focusing on alternative investments. Bob takes care of financial management, portfolio modeling, and refining systems and processes. Alongside, he co-hosts the Invest Like a Billionaire podcast. Before Aspen Funds, Bob founded NetSales, Inc., a successful e-commerce provider. His leadership helped the company become the fastest-growing in its area between 1997 and 1999. Ashley Wilson, a seasoned Real Estate Investor, Multifamily Owner, and Coach. She's the Founder and CEO of Bar Down Investments, LLC, and a driving force behind Apartment Addicts & HouseItLook, LLC. Ashley is a Best-Selling Author, known for "The Only Woman in the Room," offering insights from 20 Women Real Estate Investors. Since starting in 2009, Ashley has been part of over $165 million in transactions and managed $13 million in construction across 1,500 units. Her contributions span beyond investments, including consulting, mentoring, and insightful contributions to magazines and BiggerPockets. In this episode, our expert group covers a range of intriguing topics. They discuss how real estate is changing, explore the self-storage industry, and talk about why developing might be smarter than going after existing ones. Additionally, they talked about the current sentiment of investors, whether it is better to hold off on making purchases or invest money, and potential interest rate changes by the government. Don't miss out! Plug into this enriching conversation and broaden your investment perspectives alongside these exceptional experts. Join us as they divulge their valuable insights, helping you navigate the dynamic universe of real estate and alternative investments with clarity and confidence. 01:42 - Guest Introduction: Bob Fraser, Ryan Gibson, and Ashley Wilson 02:38 - Shift in the way real estate is approached 06:55 - The self storage space 09:25 - Bridge debt loans in self storage and multifamily 10:28 - Why developing makes more sense now than going after what's existing 19:09 - Investor sentiment 28:47 - Wait or deploy and interest rates 42:34 - What passive investors should keep their eye on 44:18 - Choosing the right operators 48:56 - Raising money in a time of distress 55:15 - Wrap up 55:36 - Outro Connecting with the Guest: Bob Fraser Website:https://aspenfunds.us/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bob-fraser-22469312/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aspenfunds/ Ryan Gibson Website: https://spartan-investors.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-gibson-21784b5/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spartaninvestmentgroup/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/spartanhomebuyers Ashley Wilson Website: https://www.badashinvestor.com/ Linktree: https://linktr.ee/BadAshInvestor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/BadAshInvestor/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-wyOMIsiRnIgaOXuoDDiBg #Multifamily #SelfStorage #Passiveincome
Carlos Sánchez (@carloscomic) es un comediante dominicano con 21 años de carrera y pionero del stand-up comedy en la República Dominicana. Carlos es el presentador de "A Sigún", el podcast número 1 en RD, ganador este año del Podcast del Año y Stand Up del Año 2023 en los Premios Soberanos, los premios más importantes en RD. Conversamos sobre los inicios de su carrera hace 21 años, cómo educa al público para esperar stand-up y no solo chistes tradicionales, las diferencias en la preparación de un show en RD versus shows internacionales, consejos para comediantes principiantes, sus comediantes favoritos, y su experiencia al abrir el show de Marc Anthony frente a 7000 personas, ¡y más! Carlos estará en Toronto el 23 de septiembre haciendo su show "Inmunidad de Rebaño", el cual Stephan tendrá el honor de abrir. Tickets aquí. Sigamos la conversamos en Instagram etiquetando a @stephandyer y @carloscomic . The Stephan Dyer Podcast es producido por Vanessa Restrepo y editado por Carlos Bolivar. #TheStephanDyerPodcast
A Sigún Karina Larrauri, comunicadora de radio y TV, maestra de ceremonias, actriz y tiene algunos súper poderes como aguantar a Sergio Carlo.Me confesé porqué no la invité durante el primer año del podcast.Esto es A Sigún Karina Larrauri con Carlos Sánchez. Ep. 111.Me presento en Santo Domingo, Asturias, Madrid y Toronto, boletas en carloscomic.comSi estás en Patreon tendrás acceso a una parte de la conversación que no sale al aire para todos. Prueba gratis por 7 días en www.patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
Today's guest is Caleb Brewer. Caleb is a retired U.S. Army Green Beret and the founder of Stick Sniper Archery. He joined the U.S. Army in 2005 and served for 11 years, making numerous combat deployments. In 2015, while on patrol searching for explosive materials in Afghanistan, he came into contact with an IED that resulted in the loss of both of his legs. During his recovery process, Caleb gravitated toward the outdoors. In 2017, Caleb discovered his love for archery after being given a bow. Soon after, he built a service shop in his garage and started bowhunting. In 2020, after thoroughly understanding the therapeutic benefits of archery, Caleb developed the archery program for Operation Enduring Warrior, a nonprofit organization that supports veterans and first responders. One year later, Caleb founded Stick Sniper Archery in his hometown of Tucson, Arizona. Stick Sniper Archery is a comprehensive pro shop offering high-quality products, an on-site range, and lessons for all levels of archery. You can learn more about Stick Sniper Archery by visiting sticksniper.com To stay up-to-date with Caleb, follow him on Instagram @ckbrewer SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee Company. Check out the latest here. Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. 8 Sleep: Go to https://www.eightsleep.com/dangerclose/ and save $150 on the Pod Cover Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. PSE x NOCK ON UNITE
A Sigún Karla Fatule, maneja las redes como pez en el agua, cantante, actriz y directora, pero su mayor título a la fecha es ser mi vecina, y le pido café, azúcar y papel sanitario…, frecuentemente.Esto es A Sigún Karla Fatule con Carlos Sánchez. Ep. 110.Al Cavernícola solo le queda 1. Este sábado 11 de agosto en La Vega.Retomamos Inmunidad de Rebaño.Santo Domingo 5/9Asturias 11/9Madrid 17/9Toronto 23/9Todas las boletas en carloscomic.comForma parte de nuestros patreones probando gratis por 7 días. www.patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
Investment diversification is advantageous to forward your income stream, and Jeff Greenberg advocates for the same principles through his customizable private equity fund model. Check out the best of his sponsor and operator collaboration tips in minimizing risk and scaling your assets by listening to this episode.Key Takeaways to Listen forThings investors should remember for solidifying asset protection strategiesHow to find quality sponsors to partner with in real estate investingWhy a fund model allows you to choose from asset diversification optionsAspects to focus on to boost profit and returnBeneficial attributes of short-term rentals and the markets where they can be acquiredResources Mentioned in This Episode46 Questions Passive Investors Should be Asking Deal SponsorsApartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Jeff Greenberg Jeff is the CEO and Managing Member of Synergetic Investment Group, LLC (SIG). For over 12 years, he has managed all commercial real estate ownership aspects, including acquisitions, investor relations, operations, value add implementation, and dispositions. Through SIG Wealth Fund, a diversified and customizable Equity Fund, SIG allows high-net-worth individuals to passively invest in Commercial Real Estate with best-in-class Commercial Deal Syndicators. Jeff uses his extensive experience and network to help investors to discover and invest in high-quality alternative investments.Connect with JeffWebsite: Synergetic Investment GroupEmail: Jeff@SynergeticIG.com To Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com, and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Episode 138: On this episode, SIG puts out a statement about the Officer's gun going off in the holster, Tony goes and shoots with The Honest Outlaw and PewView, Jaki shoots a local with Genie the Prototype Platypus! Thanks for all of your guy's support! We love ya! Please help us out by rating and reviewing the podcast! Thank you! Got questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org If you want to book Tony for a class email him at email@example.com Looking for some new range wear? Head over to https://www.laughnload.com to check out some of the shirts, hats, hoodies and more that are currently available. What to check out some more from us you can search Laugh n Load on IG, FB and YouTube. FB: https://www.facebook.com/252407111792056/ IG: https://instagram.com/laughnload?igshid=tm0tboj9syru YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvK8P5NQ_sCpz1Hwasmd62Q
Today's guest is Andy Stumpf. Andy is a combat veteran, wingsuit record holder, speaker, and host of the podcasts Cleared Hot and the IRONCLAD Original Change Agents. Andy Stumpf served with both SEAL Team FIVE and Naval Special Warfare Development Group before being wounded in combat. Andy recovered and was assigned to the Naval Special Warfare Center as a BUD/S Dive Phase instructor. Two years later, Andy became the first E-6 in the history of Naval Special Warfare to be commissioned through the Limited Duty Officer program. He then deployed with SEAL Team THREE to Afghanistan. Since leaving the military, Andy has gone on to raise millions for the SEAL community and set two world wingsuit records. He recently completed the Triple 7 Expedition, completing 7 jumps on 7 continents in 7 days with the goal of funding 1,400 scholarships. You can follow Andy on Instagram @andystumpf212 SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee Company. Check out the latest here. Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Schnee's: Today's episode is also brought to you by Schnees.com. Use code JACK23 to get 30% off any pair of regularly priced Schnee's Mountain boots. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. SIG P210 Crush Everything Dive Knife - Neptune Blade African Sporting Creations Boots Black Rifle Coffee Company Roast Warrior Official Jack Carr Dog Bowls Maui Nui Venison Sticks Official Jack Carr Whiskey Flask Hoyt Bows Eberlestock Backpack
Hur smarta är växterna? Kan man till och med säga att de är intelligenta? I forskning om så kallat växtbeteende upptäcks hela tiden nya saker som växterna kan göra. Nyligen lyckades israeliska forskare spela in ett klickande ljud som tomatplantor ger ifrån sig när de blir stressade av torka eller någon skada. Det är bara ett exempel på hur vi hela tiden lär oss nya saker om hur växterna kommunicerar med och reagerar på sin omgivningVelemir Ninkovic är professor vid Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet och studerar de molekyler som växterna producerar för att uppfatta och svara på sådant som händer omkring dem. Det ingår i ett forskningsfält som kan kallas för växtbeteende och som har tagit form de senaste 15 till 20 åren, berättar han.Programmet är en repris från 17 april 2023.Medverkande: Velemir Ninkovic, universitetslektor vid Institutionen för ekologi på Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet och Matthias Erb, professor vid Institutet för växtvetenskaper på Berns universitet. I programmet hörs också den italienske växtforskaren Stefano Mancuso från en TED talk-föreläsning, samt professor Lilach Hadany ur en forskningsvideo från Tel Avivs universitet.Reporter: Sara Sällströmsara.firstname.lastname@example.orgProducent: Björn Gunérbjorn.email@example.com
A Sigún C Cordero, comediante, escritor, filósofo, y básicamente un tipo creativo y cómico. Me encanta hablar con él. Siempre una mezcla de interesante y gracioso. Esto es A Sigún C Cordero con Carlos Sánchez. Ep. 108.Al Cavernícola le queda solo La Vega el 11 de agosto. VIP ya se agotó así que muévase.De ahí retomamos Inmunidad de Rebaño en Asturias, Madrid, Toronto y quien sabe qué más.Fechas y boletas en carloscomic.comPrueba ser un “abanico” en Patreon gratis por 7 días. www.patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
I was lucky enough to sit down with the amazing Sig Fisher! We discuss the complex and wild world of modern dating and sexuality, and her own journey with self exploration Sig also shed some light on the courage it takes to embrace who we truly are. Discussing the intersection of self-confidence and relationships We dived into one of the most common struggles we face in our relationships - the urge to people-please. We talked about why it's so tempting to lose ourselves in the quest to make others happy and how we can strike a balance that respects our own needs and boundaries This episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of themselves and their relationships. So grab your headphones, make yourself comfortable, and enjoy the episode! Apply for GFM Coaching here Join the Strong Squad here There is NOTHING more valuable to a podcast than leaving a written review and a 5-Star Rating. If you enjoyed the episode, please take 1 minute to leave a rating and review for iTunes HERE You can a review on Spotify HERE Click here the link below to download your FREE Macro Swap Table Guide Find me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/girlfitmethod/ Find me on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@girlfitmethod Find Sig Fisher on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sigfisher/?hl=en
Kimberley: Welcome. This conversation is actually so near and close to my heart. I am so honored to have Jessie Birnbaum and Sandy Robinson here talking about Managing the anxiety of chronic illness and disability. Welcome and thank you both for being here. Sandy: Thank you for having us. Kimberley: For those of you who are listening on audio, we are three here today. We're going to be talking back and forth. I'll do my best to let you know who's talking, but if anything, you can look at the transcripts of the show if you're wondering who's saying what. But I am so happy to have you guys here. You're obviously doing some amazing work bringing awareness to those who have an anxiety disorder, specifically health anxiety OCD, panic disorder. These are all very common disorders to have alongside a chronic illness and disability. Jessie, will you go first in just telling us a little bit about your experience of managing these things? Jessie: Yeah, of course. I've had OCD since I was a little kid but wasn't diagnosed until around age 14, so it took a little while to get that diagnosis. And then was totally fine, didn't have any physical limitations, played a lot of sports. And then in 2020, which seems like it would coincide with the pandemic (I don't think it did), I started getting really physically sick. I started out with these severe headaches and has continued on and morphed into new symptoms, and has been identified as a general chronic illness. I'm still searching for an overall diagnosis, but I've seen a lot of different ways in which my OCD has made my chronic illness worse. And then my chronic illness has made my OCD worse, which is really why Sandy and I are so passionate about this topic. Kimberley: Thank you. Sandy, can you share a little about your experience? Sandy: Yeah. Just briefly, I was born really prematurely at about 14 weeks early, which was a lot. And then I was born chronically ill with a bowel condition and I also have a physical disability called [02:31 inaudible] palsy. And then I wasn't diagnosed with OCD until I was 24, but looking back now, knowing what I do about OCD, I think I would say my OCD probably started around age three or something. So, quite young as well. Kimberley: You guys are talking about illnesses or medical conditions that create a lot of uncertainty in your life, which is so much of the work of managing OCD. Let's start with you Jessie again. How do you manage the uncertainty of not having a diagnosis or trying to figure that out? Has that been a difficult process for you, or how have you managed that? Jessie: It has been such a difficult process because that's what OCD latches onto, the uncertainty of things. That's been really challenging with not having a specific diagnosis. I can't say, “Oh, I have Crohn's disease or Lyme disease,” or something that gives it a name and validates the experience. I feel like I have a lot of intrusive thoughts and my OCD will latch onto not having that diagnosis. So, I'll have a lot of intrusive thoughts that maybe I'm making it up because if the blood work is coming back normal, then what is it? I'll have to often fight off those intrusive thoughts and really practice mindfulness and do a lot of ERP surrounding that to really validate my experience and not let those get in the way. Kimberley: Sandy—I can only imagine, for both of you, that is the case as well—how has your anxiety impacted your ability to manage the medical side of your symptoms? Sandy: I think that's an interesting question because I think both my OCD and my medical symptoms are linked. I think when I get really stressed and have prolonged periods of stress, my bowel condition especially gets a lot worse, so that's tricky. But I think as I've gone through ERP, and I'm now in OCD recovery, that a lot of the skills I've learned from being chronically ill and disabled my whole life, like planning, being a good self-advocate at the doctors or at the hospital and that flexibility, I think those tools really helped me to cope with the challenges of having additional anxiety on top of those medical challenges. Kimberley: Right. Of course, and I believe this to be from my own experience of having a chronic illness, the condition itself creates anxiety even for people who don't have an anxiety disorder. How have you managed that additional anxiety that you're experiencing? Is there a specific tool or skill that you want to share with people? And then I'll let Jessie chime in as well. Sandy: Yeah. I think the biggest thing is, it was realizing that my journey is my journey and it might be a little slower than other people's because of all the complicating factors, but it's still a good journey. It's my journey, so I can't really wish myself into someone else's shoes. I'm in my own shoes. I guess the biggest thing is realizing like my OCD isn't special because I have these complicating factors, even though I myself am special. My OCD is just run-of-the-mill OCD and can still be treated by ERP despite those medical issues as well. Kimberley: Right. How about you Jessie? What's your experience of that? Jessie: I'd like to add to what Sandy had said too about the skills from ERP really helping. One of the things I feel like I've gone through is there's so much waiting in chronic illness. You're waiting for the doctors to get back to you, you're waiting for test results, you're waiting for the phone schedulers to answer the phone. I feel like I've memorized the music for the waiting of all the different doctors. But there's a lot of waiting, and that's really frustrating because the waiting is uncertain. You're just waiting to get an answer, which typically in my case and probably Sandy's and yours as well, then just adds more uncertainty anyways. But I remember one of the tools that's really helped me is staying in the present, which I'm not great at. But I remember I had to get an MRI where you literally can't move. There's only the present. You're there with your thoughts, your arms are in, you can't move at all. It was really long. It was like 45 minutes long. I remember just thinking the colors. What do I see? I see blue, I see red. I thought I had to think of things because then my eyes were closed and I was thinking of different shapes of like, “Oh, in the room before, I saw there was a cylinder shape and there was a cube.” That's really helped me to stay in the present, especially with those really long waiting periods Kimberley: For sure. The dreaded MRI machine, I can totally resonate with what you're saying. It's all mindfulness. It's either mindfulness or you go down a spiral, right? Jessie: Exactly. Kimberley: You guys are talking about skills. Because I think there's the anxiety of having this chronic illness or a disability or a medical condition. What about how you manage the emotions of it and what kind of emotions show up for you in living with these difficult things that you experience? Sandy, do you want to share a little about the emotional side of having a chronic illness or a disability? Sandy: Yeah. I think the first thing that shows up for me emotion-wise, or did at least when I started to process the idea that I have a disability and I have these chronic illnesses and it's going to be a lifelong thing, was I was in my undergraduate university and I really hadn't thought much about what it's like to-- I had thought about having a disability, but I hadn't thought about the fact that I needed to process that this is a lifelong thing and it's going to be challenging my whole life. I think when I started to process that, the grief really showed up because I had to grieve this life that I thought I should have of being able-bodied or medically healthy or mentally well, I guess. I had to really grieve that. But I think that grief shows up sometimes unexpectedly for me too because sometimes I feel like I moved past this thing that happened. But then because it's an ongoing process to navigate chronic illness and disability, the grief shows up again at unexpected times. I think the other thing too I've navigated was a lot of shame around the idea that I should be “normal.” But of course, I can't really control how I was born and the difficulties I've had. I think something that really helps me there is bringing in the self-compassion. I do think that compassion really is an antidote to shame because when you bring something out to the forefront and say, “This is something that I've experienced, it was challenging,” but I can still move forward, I think that really helps or at least it helps me. Kimberley: Yeah, I agree. Jessie, what are your experiences? Jessie: I would say the first two words I thought of were frustration and loneliness. I think there's a lot of frustration in two different ways. The first way being like, why is this happening? First, I had OCD, and then now I have this other thing that I have to deal with. As Sandy was saying before, there's a lot of self-advocacy that has to happen when you're chronically ill, or at least that I've experienced, where you have to stand up for yourself, you have to finagle your way into doctor's appointments to get the treatment that you deserve. But there's also the frustration that both OCD and my chronic illness, I guess, are invisible. I look totally fine. I look like someone else walking down the street who might be completely healthy. I often feel frustrated that as a 23-year-old, a person who is a young adult, I'm having to constantly go to these doctor's appointments and advocate for myself and practice ERP, which is not always the most fun thing to do. It's frustrating to constantly have to explain it because you don't see it. And then that goes together with the loneliness of being a young adult and being pretty much the only person in the doctor's offices and waiting rooms who isn't an older adult or who isn't elderly. And then they get confused and then I get confused. My OCD will then attack that like, “Everyone else is older. What are you doing here?” I would definitely say loneliness, and I just forgot the other thing. Loneliness and frustration. Kimberley: I resonate with what you're saying. I agree with everything both of you are saying. For me too, I had to really get used to feeling judged. I had to get good at feeling judged, even though I didn't even know if they were judging me. But that feeling that I was being judged, maybe it's more magical thinking and so forth. But that someone will say like I have to explain to someone why I can't do something. As I'm explaining it, I have a whole story of what they're thinking about me, and that was a really difficult part to get through at the beginning of like, “You're going to have to let them have their opinions about you. Who knows what they're thinking?” That was a really hard piece for me as well. I love that you both brought in the frustration and the loneliness because I think that's there. I love that we also bring in the grief, and I agree, Sandy. Jessie, do you agree in terms of that grief wave just comes at the most random times? Jessie: Absolutely. Kimberley: It can be so, so painful. Let's keep moving forward. Let's go back to talking about how this interlocking web of how anxiety causes the chronic illness to get worse sometimes, the chronic illness causes anxiety to get worse sometimes. Sandy, have you found any way that you've been able to have a better awareness of what's happening? How do you work to pull them apart or do you not worry about pulling them apart? Sandy: Oh, that's an interesting question. I think I have a few strategies. I do try to write everything down. I make notes upon notes upon notes of, this day I had these symptoms. I do automate a lot of tasks in the fact that I have a medication reminder on my phone, so it reminds me to take my pills instead of just having to remember it off the top of my head. Something that really helps is trying to remember that things that work for other people might actually also work for me too, because it's like, yeah sure, maybe me as a person, I'm unique and my medical situation is interesting or different or whatever. But a lot of good advice for other people, especially for mental health works for me too, like getting outside. Even if I feel really not great and I'm really tired or in a lot of pain, just like getting outside. Anytime I have my shoes on and I'm just outside even for five minutes, I count that as a win. Drinking a lot of water, for me, helps us too. Of course, I'm wary of saying all this because a lot of people might just say, “Oh well, Jessie and Sandy, they just need to do more yoga and that'll just cure them.” Of course, it's not that simple. It's not a cure at all. But at the same time, I try to remember that at least for me, I have common medical issues that a lot of different people have so I can pull on literature and different things that I've worked for other people with my conditions. Maybe other people haven't had this exact constellation that I do, but I can still pull on the support and resources from other people too. Kimberley: How about you, Jessie? Jessie: If I could add there, I'm not as good as differentiating. I can tell, like I know when things are starting to get compulsive, which I actually appreciate that I had had so much ERP training before I got sick because I really know what's a compulsion, what's an obsession and I can tease that out. But a lot of my treatment has also been really understanding, like maybe I don't need to know if this is my chronic illness or if this is my OCD because then that gets compulsive. I've had to sit in that uncertainty of maybe it is one, maybe it is the other, but I'm not going to figure it out. Kimberley: You read my mind because as you were both talking, I was thinking the most difficult part for many people that I see in my practice is trying to figure out and balance between advocating going to the doctor when you need, but also not doing it from a place of being compulsive because health anxiety and OCD can have you into the doctor surgery every second day or every second hour. How are you guys navigating that of advocating, but at the same time, keeping an eye on that compulsivity that can show up? Sandy, do you want to go first? Sandy: Yeah. I honestly haven't figured out the perfect formula between trying to figure out like, is this anxiety around the potential that I might be getting sick again and compulsively trying to get things checked out, and the idea that I might have something actually medically going wrong that needs to be addressed. I find it still challenging to tease those things apart. But I think something that does help is trying to remind myself like, not what is normal, because I don't think normal really exists but what is in the service of my recovery. I can't have recovery from my disability or my chronic illnesses, but I can't have OCD recovery. I'm always still trying to think to myself, how can I move forward in a way that both aligns with my values and allows me to move forwards towards my recovery? Kimberley: How about you, Jessie? Jessie: It's so hard to follow that, Sandy. I love that. I would say, I think it's tough because a symptom that I have is like, I was never really a big compulsive Googler. But I know in OCD world, it's like, “Don't go to Google for medical issues. Google is not your friend.” But for my chronic illness recovery or chronic illness journey, Google's been important. I've had to do a lot of research on what is it that I possibly have. And that really helps me advocate my case to the doctors because I've had some great doctors, but they're not spending hours reading medical journals and trying to figure it out to the extent that I care about it because it's my situation and I want to figure stuff out. Googling has actually helped me a lot in that regard and joining different Facebook groups and actually hearing from other people what their experiences have been. I know Sandy and I started a special interest group, which hopefully we'll talk about a little later, but someone in the group had mentioned that something that really helps them is the community of their doctors and their therapists working together of, oh, I'm going to wait two days if I have this symptom and if it's still a symptom that's really bothering me and my therapist thinks it should be checked out, then I'm going to go to the doctor. Having those people who are experts guiding you and helping you with making sure, no, this isn't compulsive, this is a real medical thing that needs to be checked out—I thought that was really smart and seemed to work for her, so I'd imagine it would work for other people as well. Sandy: I guess if I can add-- Kimberley: I have a question about that. Yes, please. Sandy: Oh, sorry. If I can add one more thing, it would just be that, while there's so many experts on OCD and ERP and your chronic medical issues or your disability or whatever it is for you, you are the only frontline expert in your own experience of your mind and your body and you are the only one who knows what it's like to exactly be in that, I guess, space. While I 100% think therapy is important, evidence-based treatments are important, I do also think like remembering when you think like, “Oh, this is really hard,” or “I can't cope,” actually, you can cope, you're capable and you know yourself best. I think that's challenging because I know sometimes in ERP, for people who maybe don't have other complicated medical challenges, they would say, “Don't Google.” But I think, as just Jessie has explained, sometimes because we have other chronic stuff going on, we do need to do things to help ourself holistically too. Kimberley: I love that. I'll speak from my own experience and if you guys want to weigh in, please do. I had to always do a little intention check before I went down into Google like, okay, am I doing this because anxiety wants me to do it, or am I doing it because this will actually move me towards being more informed, or will this actually allow me to ask better questions to the doctor and so forth? It is a tricky line because Google is the algorithm and the websites are set to sometimes freak you out. There's always that piece at the bottom that says, “It could be this, this, or this,” or “It could be cancer.” That always used to freak me out because that was something that the doctors were concerned about as well. This might be beyond just Googling, but in terms of many areas, how did you make the decision on whether it was compulsive or not? Jessie? Jessie: It's tough too because then you're down the rabbit hole. You've already been Googling it and it's like, “Or this,” and I'm like, “Well, I have to figure out what that is.” Sometimes it does get a little compulsive and then the self-compassion, and also realizing it like, okay, now it's getting compulsive and I'm going to stop and go about my day. But another thing that I've struggled with is the relationship with doctors. Sandy and I have talked about this before with wanting to be the “perfect” patient. I worry that I'm messaging them too much or I'll often now avoid messaging them because then I don't want to be too annoying of a patient. I can't be the perfect patient if I'm messaging them all the time. It really is, like you said, the intention. Am I messaging them because I want to move forward with this and I want an answer, or am I messaging them because there's a reason to message them and I need their medical advice? There's just so much gray in it. Again, not necessarily having that specific answer, it can be very tricky. Kimberley: It truly can. How about you, Sandy? Sandy: I think the biggest thing for me, and I'm still trying to figure out the right balance for this, is weighing how urgent is this medical symptom. Am I-- I don't know, I don't want to say something that would put someone into a tailspin, but do I have a medical symptom going on right now that needs urgent attention? If so, maybe I should go to my doctors or the ER. Or is the urgency more mental health related, feeling like an OCD need to get that reassurance or need to know, and just separating the urgency of the medical issue that's going on right this second versus the urgency in my head. Kimberley: Amazing. You guys have created a special interest group and I'd like to know a little more about that. I know you have more wisdom to tell and I want to get into that here a little bit more. But before you do, share with us how important that part of creating this special interest group is, how has that benefited, what's your goals with that? Tell us a little bit about it, whoever wants to go first. Jessie: Sandy and I actually met in an online OCD support group, and I found those online groups to be really helpful for my OCD recovery and mostly with feeling less shame and stigma. Met some amazing people clearly. And then I remember Sandy had mentioned in one of the different groups that she had a chronic illness. When I was going through my chronic illness journey, I felt really alone. As I was saying before, the loneliness is one of the biggest emotions that I had to deal with. I looked online, and now online support groups are my thing. Let's just Google chronic illness support groups. I thought it would be as easy as OCD support groups, and it wasn't. It was very challenging and it was really hard to find one. I found one that was state-based. For my state, it was me and three women. I think one was in their eighties, the other two were in their nineties, and they were very sweet. But we were at very different lifestyle changes. We were going through very different experiences. I remember I reached out to Sandy and I said, “Do you have any chronic illness support groups that you've been attending?” Even in that group with the elderly women, there were so many things that they were saying that helped them with their chronic illness and my OCD would totally have latched onto all of it. I was like, “I can't do that with my OCD.” There's so much overlap that it just seemed like there needed to be this dual chronic illness and OCD. Sandy had said she had the same issue, like it was really hard to find these groups. I think we're really lucky that the International OCD Foundation was such a good partner for us and they were so kind in helping us get this special interest group started. I'm interested to hear what Sandy says, but it's been so helpful for me to see that there are other people who deal with a lot of these challenges. Of course, I wouldn't want anyone else to have these experiences, but being able to talk about it, being able to share has just been so helpful. I was really quite amazed to see the outreach we had and how many people struggled with this and that there really weren't any resources. It's been pretty amazing for me and I'm really lucky that we've been able to have this experience. Kimberley: Amazing. Sandy? Sandy: Similar to Jessie, I had found some resources for OCD support groups both locally to me in Ontario and online, and that was great. The sense of community really helped my OCD recovery. But then when it came to the chronic illness disability part, there was just a gap. As Jessie said, we started this special interest group and I think it's called—Jessie, correct me if I'm wrong—Chronic Illness/Disability Plus OCD is our official title. Basically, it's for anyone who has a chronic illness or disability and OCD, or is a clinician who's interested in learning more. Our goals really are to create a community, but also create resources for the wider OCD community to help people who are struggling with chronic illness or disability and OCD or clinicians. The sense of community has been great. I think for my own recovery OCD-wise, it's been really motivating to be able to help found and facilitate this group because it's showed me that I really don't have to be in this perfect state of recovery to have something valuable to contribute. I just have to show up in an imperfect way and do my best and that is enough in itself, and that the fact that I don't have to get an A+ in recovery because that's not even a thing you can get. I just have to keep trying every single day and try to live my values. I think this SIG's been a great opportunity to embody those values as well of community and advocacy. It's just been great. Kimberley: Oh, I love it so much and it is such an important piece. I actually find the more I felt like I was in community, that in and of itself managed my anxiety. It was very interesting how just being like, “Oh, I'm not alone.” For some reason, my anxiety hated this idea that I was alone in this struggle. I totally just love that you're getting this group and I'll make sure that all of the links are in the show notes so people can actually access you guys and get connected. I have one extra question before I want to round this out. How do you guys manage the—I'm going to use the word “ridiculous”— “ridiculous” advice you get from people who haven't been what you've been going through? Because I've found it actually in some cases to be quite even hilarious, the suggestions I get offered. Again, I know patients and clients have had a really difficult time because they might have been suggested an option, and then their anxiety attaches to like, “Well, you should do that,” and so forth. Sandy, do you want to go first in sharing your experience with “ridiculous” advice? Sandy: I guess to give a brief example, a practitioner who I've worked with for quite a while, who I think is great and a wonderful person and wonderful practitioner, had in the last couple months suggested that maybe I should just try essential oils to manage my bowel condition. What actually was needed was hospitalization and surgery. It's that kind of advice from both well-meaning practitioners or just people in my life that can be not what you need to hear and maybe not as supportive as they're hoping it would be. I guess for me, I manage it mostly by saying, “Thank you, that's a great idea,” even when it's not really a great idea. I just say to myself or maybe to a support person later, “That was not the best advice.” Just debriefing it with someone I think is really helpful, someone that I trust. Jessie: Kimberley, I love this. I think, Sandy, our next SIG, we should ask this and hear all the ridiculous advice that people have been given because it's true. There's so many things that are so ridiculous. I'm going to shout out my mom here who I love more than anything in the world, but even my mom who lives with me some of the time and sees what I go through, one time she called me (she's going to kill me) and she said, “I heard there's a half-moon at 10:30 AM your time and if you stand outside, it will heal some of your rear rash.” I was like, “What? That's absurd.” She was like, “I know, I think it's absurd too, but you need to do this for me.” With that, you see she just wants me to get better. As Sandy was saying, people really want to help and this is a way they think they can help. I've also been told like, “Oh, if you mash up garlic and then you put--” it was like this weird recipe, then you want to had it. Just ridiculous things. But people are really well-meaning and they want to help. Unfortunately, those often don't really help. But now I can laugh about it and now text my mom and be like, “You'll never guess what so-and-so said,” or text Sandy and we could have a good laugh about it. But that's what's nice about community. You're like, “Wait, should I do this essential oil thing?” And then you realize from others, “No, that's probably not the best route to go.” Kimberley: For me, with anxiety, self-doubt is a big piece of the puzzle. Self-doubt is one of the loudest voices. When someone would suggest that, I would have a voice that would say, “It's not going to hurt you to try.” And then I would feel this immense degree of self-doubt like, “Should I? Should I not? What do you think?” “You could try. You should try.” I'm like, “But I literally don't have time to go and stand in the sun and do the thing,” or in your example. I would get in my head back and forth on decision-making like, “Should I or shouldn't I?” “It wouldn't hurt.” “It sounds ridiculous, but maybe I should.” And that was such a compulsive piece of it that would get me stuck for quite a while. It's often when it would be from a medical professional because it really would make you question yourself, so I fully resonate with that. Sometimes I wish I could do a hilarious Instagram post on all of the amazing advice I've been given throughout the time of having POTS. Some of it's been ridiculous. Let me ask you finally, what advice would you give somebody who has an anxiety disorder and is at first in the beginning stages of not having these symptoms and not knowing what they are? Jessie, will you go first? Jessie: Yeah. I would say a big thing, as we've been talking about, is finding that community whether that be reaching out to us with the SIG or whether that be finding a Facebook group or online group or whatever it may be, because it has helped me so much to reach out and be in a community with others who really understand. There's nothing like people who truly get it. And then I would say to validate like, this is really tough. Having OCD is tough. Having a chronic illness or disability is tough, and having both is very, very tough. Validate those symptoms too because I think there's a lot of people that will say, “Oh, you have an anxiety disorder, you're probably making that up,” and that comes up a lot. Just validating that and really trying to find other people who are going through it because I think that's just irreplaceable. Kimberley: Sandy? Sandy: I think the biggest thing to echo Jessie would be try to find community. I think for me, for my OCD recovery journey, Instagram has particularly been great because there's so many wonderful OCD advocates or clinicians on Instagram. It's really a hub for the OCD community. I would say check out Instagram and once you follow a couple of people from the OCD community, the algorithm will show you more so it's nice that way. I think the other thing is that being disabled or having a chronic illness can really chip away your confidence. Just reminding yourself that you're doing the best you can in a really hard situation, and it may be a long-term situation, but just because your life is different than other people doesn't mean that it's not going to be a great life. Kimberley: I'm actually going to shift because I wanted to round it out then, but I actually have another question. Recently, we had Dr. Ashley Smith on talking about how to be happy during adversity. I'm curious, I'll go with you, Sandy, first because you just said, how do you create a wonderful, joyful life while managing not only an anxiety disorder, but also chronic illness or disability? What have you found to be helpful in that concoction per se? Sandy: I listened to that episode with Dr. Smith and that was a wonderful episode. If people haven't listened to it, I recommend it. I listened to it twice because I just wanted to go back and pick out the really interesting parts. But I think for me, the combination of finding things that are both meaningful from a values and an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) perspective, meaningfulness, finding those things that matter to me, but also finding the things that challenge me. If I'm having a really bad pain day or fatigue day, the things that challenge me might just be getting out of bed, or maybe I'm really depressed and that's why I can't get out of bed. Either or, your experience is valid, and just validating your own experience and bringing in that self-compassion and saying, what is something that can challenge me today and bring me a little closer to recovery? Even if it's going to be a long journey, what's this one small thing I can do, and break it down for yourself. Kimberley: Amazing. I love that. What about you, Jessie? Jessie: I would say I've been able to find new hobbies. I'm still the same person. I'm still doing other things that I found meaningful and this doesn't. Well, it is a big part of my life. It's not my entire life. I'm still working and hanging out with friends and doing things that regularly bring me happiness. But just a small example, I said before, I used to play sports and love being really active and that gets a little harder now. But something I found that I really love is paint by numbers because they're so easy. They're fun, they're easy, you don't have to be super artistic, which is great for me. I'm able to just sit down and do the paint by numbers. Even recently I had friends over and it was like a rainy day and we all did a craft. Even though it was a really high-pain day for me, I was in a flare of medical symptoms, I was still able to engage with things that I find meaningful and live my life. Kimberley: I love that. Thank you. That's so important, isn't it? To round your life out around the disability or the chronic illness or your anxiety. I love that. We talked about those early stages of diagnosis, any other thing that you feel we absolutely have to mention before we finish up? Sandy? Sandy: I guess to quote someone you've had on the podcast before, Rev. Katie, I find her content amazing and she's just a lovely person. But she always says, you are a special person, but your OCD is not special. Your OCD isn't fundamentally different or it's never going to get better. You got to remember that you are the special person and your OCD doesn't want you to recognize that you are the thing that's special, not it. Just be able to separate yourself from your anxiety disorder or your chronic illness or your disability, saying, “I'm still me and I'm still awesome, and these things are just one part of me.” Kimberley: So true. I'm such a massive Katie fan. That's excellent advice. Jessie? Jessie: To go the other route, I think you said right with people who are first going through this. I would say we recently did a survey of our SIG, so people who have chronic illness and OCD. We haven't done all the data yet, but the thing that really stood out was we asked the question like, have you ever felt invalidated by a medical professional or mental health professional, and every single person said yes and then explained. Some people had a lot to say too. I think I've really learned in this process that you have to be a self-advocate. It's very challenging to be an advocate when you're going through a mental disorder, a physical disability, and/or both. It's required. Really standing up for yourself because it's going to be a tough journey and there's so much light in the journey too. There's so many positive things and so much “happiness” from the episode before, but there's also a lot of difficulties that can come from being in the medical world as well as the mental health world and really trying to navigate both of them and putting them together. Really try to advocate for yourself or find someone who could help you advocate for yourself and your case because I think that'll be really helpful. Kimberley: So true. You guys are so amazing. Jessie, why don't you go first, tell us where people can get resources or get in touch with you or the SIG, and then Sandy if you would follow. Jessie: We have an Instagram account where we'll post-- we're experiencing with Canva. We're really working on Canva and getting some graphics out there about the different things that come up when you have both of these conditions. And then that's where we post our updates for the special interest group. Sandy, correct me if I'm wrong. @chronically.courageous is our Instagram handle. And then in there, the link is in our bio to sign up for the special interest group. You get put on our email list and then you'll get all the emails we send with the Zoom links and everything. And then you could also go to the International OCD Foundation's website and look at the special interest groups there and you'd find ours there. Sandy: The other thing is we meet twice a month. We meet quite frequently and we'd love to have you. So, please check out our Instagram or get at our email list and we would love you to join. Kimberley: You guys, you make me so happy. Thank you for coming on the show. I'm so grateful we're having this conversation. I feel like it's way overdue, but thank you for doing the work that you're doing. Thank you so much. Jessie: Thank you. Sandy: Thanks for having us.
Today's guest is Remi Adeleke. Remi is an actor, filmmaker, author, entrepreneur, and former Navy SEAL. Remi has worked on films including 6 Underground, Transformers: The Last Knight, Ambulance, and Plane. He was also featured in the TV series SEAL Team, The Terminal List on Amazon Prime Video, and starred in Fox's reality competition show Special Forces: World's Toughest Test, the U.S. version of the popular British TV series SAS: Who Dares Wins. Remi wrote and directed The Unexpected, a film that explores the world of human organ trafficking. His memoir, Transformed, documents his journey from Nigeria to the Bronx to the SEAL Teams to Hollywood. Remi's newest book, Chameleon: A Black Box Thriller, is available now. You can follow Remi on Twitter and Instagram @RemiAdeleke SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee Company. Check out the latest here. SIG: This episode is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear Staccato Pistols Hooten Young Warrior Proof Whiskey Official Jack Carr Whiskey Flight Glasses Montana Knife Company SIG MCX Spear
In This Episode It's an ACP Round Table, and we're all exhausted. Join Wee'd, Erin, Oddball, and David as we tiredly discuss: the pending gun ban in Massachusetts; new firearms on the California handgun roster, and Biofire's AC brief supporting the lawsuit against it; a new addition to the Tennessee red flag law, and the NRA is involved; a lawsuit which claims that "wanting to purchase an AR-15" or "testing a firearm's trigger" is a red flag; a federal judge has ruled that Oregon Measure 114 is indeed Constitutional, while at the same time states are lining up to speak out against magazine bans; and New York citizens are buying guns in response to rising crime. Did you know that we have a Patreon? Join now for the low, low cost of $4/month (that's $1/podcast) and you'll get to listen to our podcast on Friday instead of Mondays, as well as patron-only content like mag dump episodes, our hilarious blooper reels and film tracks. Show Notes New Mass. gun bill receives push back from gun owners group Legislation to change Massachusetts gun laws would have far-reaching impact SIG P320 Added To California Handgun Roster BIOFIRE SUPPORTS GUN OWNERS' CHOICE IN BOLAND V. BONTA In a deserted courtroom, the grim details of the Nice atrocity go mostly unnoticed Republican senator looks at NRA-backed option with Tennessee governor's bill facing trouble NY SAFE Act Resolutions The lawsuit claims the gun store is liable because a customer "testing the weight of the trigger pull" is a "red flag": Loved ones of Buffalo mass shooting victims sue social media, gun and body armor companies Update: They managed to piss off the judge even more District court denies preliminary injunction against sale of large capacity mags in Oregon Federal Judge Rules Oregon Magazine Ban, Gun-Purchase Permitting Constitutional New Yorkers Concerned Over Crime, Purchasing Guns in Response 20 AGs File Brief Challenging Delaware AR-15, Magazine Ban Springfield Echelon
A Sigún Osmany Rodríguez, director de cine, con amplia trayectoria dirigiendo comedias, y ha trabajado con pequeñas figuras como Will Ferrell y ha estado en pequeños proyectos como Saturday Night Live. Como pueden ver ha hecho grandes cosas, pero la más grande de todas ha sido hospedarme en su casa cuando fui a estudiar a Los Ángeles, durmiendo en la sala de su casa, en un colchón inflable, mientras andaba en boxer, por lo cual aprovecho para disculparme públicamente con su roomate Lily.Disfruten este conversao entre panas en A Sigún Osmany Rodríguez con Carlos Sánchez.11 de agosto La Vega11 de septiembre Asturias17 de septiembre Madrid23 de septiembre Toronto.www.carloscomic.comCae con algo en www.patreon.com/carlossanchez . Prueba gratis por 7 días.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
Today's guest is internationally acclaimed investigative journalist, Pulitzer Prize finalist, and New York Times bestselling author Annie Jacobsen. Her works include Area 51, Operation Paperclip, The Pentagon's Brain, Phenomena, Surprise, Kill, Vanish, and First Platoon. Her writing credits also include work on Amazon Prime Video's Jack Ryan and Clarice on CBS. You can find out more about Annie at anniejacobsen.com and on Instagram @anniejacobsenbooks SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee Company. Check out the latest here. SIG: This episode is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Schnee's: Today's episode is also brought to you by Schnees.com, and use code JACK23 to get 30% off any pair of regularly priced Schnee's Mountain boots. Featured Gear SIG SAUER Custom Works and Concierge Service Fieldcraft Survival Duffel Bag Magna Tactics 4 Branches Bourbon New West Knifeworks
A Sigún La Vero Gómez. Locutora, standopera, sin pelos en la lengua y exageradamente graciosa y divertida. La quiero un montón. Está de gira por EEUU, así que si pasa cerca de tu casa te recomiendo vayas a verla. Por último, ella en carretera no aprieta los esfínteres. Yo soy testigo. Esto es A Sigún La Vero Gómez con Carlos Sánchez.Este viernes es El Cavernícola en New York. Show de las 7 está a punto de llenarse, quedan boletas para las 10.11 de agosto La Vega11 de septiembre Asturias17 de septiembre Madrid23 de septiembre Toronto.www.carloscomic.comVen y forma parte de la comunidad de Patreon que está de to'. Prueba gratis por 7 días en www.patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
Interview with Andreas Voigt, Satcoms Innovation Group Satellite communications is a fast-growing industry with lots of challenges. In this episode we speak with Andreas Voigt, a leader in the SatCOM industry. Andreas has more than 20 years of experience in the satellite communications industry, serving as senior engineer for Eutelsat and as director of Satcoms Innovations Group, or SIG. Formed in 1997, SIG is an association that promotes innovation in the satcom industry to improve operational efficiency and reduce impact, saving time and money. It aims to do this by encouraging industry cooperation at engineering level through meetings, events and workshops, lobbying regulators and groups, and supporting innovation projects.——————————————————————ツ HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS INTERVIEW!
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In this week's No Lowballers podcast by GoWild sponsored by GunBroker.com, we're talking about modern military firearms that have recently become available for civilians. In this week's No Lowballers podcast by GoWild sponsored by GunBroker.com, we kick off our brand-new show with Logan Metesh of High Caliber History and Allen Forkner from GunBroker.com in the No Lowballers Podcast. We give a small taste of what's to come and why you're not going to want to miss this show each week. Today we're talking about modern military firearms with a few favorites that are now available for purchase by the general public on GunBroker.com. We chat about how some firearms were brought to the public from the military, along with some that first came from civilians to the military. How do these military-grade guns make their way into the civilian market? The SIG Sauer MCX-Spear is all the hotness these days. We have a first-hand look at the SIG-MCX rifle. Most models on the market come with a two-position gas valve with a small number that made it out with the single, self-regulating value and two barrels to shoot the 5.56 and 300 Blackout rounds. There's a heap of these rifles available for a great obtainable price right now if you're interested! You can scoop one up through winning an auction or through a straight sale. Is there a shift from small calibers in high-capacity magazines toward larger rounds in smaller frames? What are some of the differences between offensive versus defensive weapons? Along those lines, we also brought out a SIG Sauer M17 pistol. Prices are all over the place on these but civilians are finding them. This is a popular surplus gun. We get into what exactly that means to be a military surplus item. How close are the models issued to the military to those available to civilians? We also learn about the naming convention behind SIG and other military firearm manufacturers. What makes a gun collectable and what does GunBroker.com do for the firearm collector community. If you want to learn about the history of your surplus firearm, there is a way to find it … listen in to find out how! If you like what you're hearing, please leave us a rate and review!! The No Lowballers podcast is a brand new joint venture between GoWild and GunBroker.com to explore the history and heritage of firearms. We hope to expose you to the vintage guns of the golden age along with newer, modern guns, specialty items, and a few other odd balls along the way. Jump in and come along for the ride! The show launches every Thursday morning. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Sigún Profesor Briceño. CONTENIDO EXPLÍCITO. Uno de los pilares del stand up venezolano. Conversador compulsivo, y bebedor de café más compulsivo todavía, pero demasiado divertido.Esto es A Sigún Profesor Briceño con Carlos Sánchez. Ep. 106.Esta semana El Cavernícola está en La Romana. Avisamos que no vamos a Punta Cana, así que este es lo más cerca que tendrán.Semana que viene New York.11 de agosto La Vega17 de septiembre Madrid.Boletas en carloscomic.comPrueba ser patreon gratis por 7 días en patreon.com/carlossanchezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4991535/advertisement
At the end of her rope, a leader asks her coach for help managing a direct report who, she says, is the most defensive person she's ever met. This episode was packed with tools. We've put them into an easy-to-understand infographic. Download it for free here. Kim Scott, the best-selling author of the electric book Radical Candor, wrote a short, friendly guide with tools for handling defensive employees. Find it here.Harvard Business Review's Amy Gallo talked with Dave Stachowiak on this episode of the Coaching for Leaders podcast. As with every episode of Dave's, this is indispensable. To work on “deserving” dive into The Four Agreements. To dig deeper into tools for taming defensiveness, search our podcast library in these three categories:Communication SkillsManagement Skills Relationship BuildingFive specific episodes on this topic you could listen to are:7 Steps to Stop Emotional HijacksBe Impeccable with Your Word Handling Defensive BehaviorsManaging Bad BehaviorManaging Disruptive ExecutivesSign up to get our monthly email with links to resources that support each episode.Calling all COACHES! Come join our Executive Coaching special interest group (SIG) sponsored by the Los Angeles Chapter of ICF. Check out our SIG and all the others here. Or shoot me an email with your questions. I'm at firstname.lastname@example.org.All our free infographics are in the Essential Tools bin.Your reviews supporting the show help us continue as an ad-free podcast. Let us know how we can support you.Until next month, be well!Thanks from Tom and everyone at The Look & Sound of Leadership.
Today's guest is Sean DeGrey. Sean is an archer, hunter, and owner of the Total Archery Challenge. Total Archery Challenge is a three-day event that challenges the marksmanship of participants at all levels. Each course is professionally designed, consisting of more than 100 targets set up in locations that require shooters to adjust for varying distances, obstacles, and angles. The event takes place in multiple areas around the country, including Big Sky Montana, the Wasatch Mountains in Utah, and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Their motto: “Life… It's better with a bow.” You can learn more about Total Archery Challenge by visiting totalarcherychallenge.com and by subscribing to their podcast Life … It's Better With a Bow. To keep up with Sean, follow him on Instagram @totalarcherychallenge SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Total Archery Challenge Merchandise: hats and shirts Montana Knife company Sitka PSE Nock on Evo NTN 33 Barney's Backpack Hoyt Archery Matthews Archery
Today's guest is bestselling author, U.S. Army combat veteran, and SWAT law enforcement officer Joshua Hood. Josh served in the 82nd Airborne Division conducting combat operations with the 3-504 Parachute Infantry Regiment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. From 2007 to 2008, he served as team lead for the 1-508th Parachute Infantry Regiment during Operation Furious Pursuit in Afghanistan. He was decorated for valor during the infamous Battle of 82 Eastings. Joshua is also a former sniper team leader for the Shelby County Sheriff's Office's SWAT team. He is the USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestselling author of The Treadstone Series, Clear by Fire, and Warning Order. His newest thriller, The Guardian, is out now. You can learn more about Joshua by visiting joshuahoodbooks.com, and by following him on Instagram @joshuahoodbooks SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Go! Go! Go! By Rusty Firmin Schnee's Boots SIG P226 X5 Bad Ass Work Bench Triple Aught T-Shirts
Today's guest is Steve Rinella. Steve is an outdoorsman, conservationist, New York Times bestselling author, and host of the MeatEater TV show and The MeatEater Podcast. Currently in its 11th season, MeatEater documents Steve's hunting and fishing adventures in the United States and abroad. In addition to sharing knowledge on screen, Steve is also an accomplished author. He is the New York Times bestselling author of Meateater, American Buffalo, The Scavenger's Guide to Haute Cuisine, The Complete Guide to Hunting, Butchering, and Cooking Wild Game, The Meateater Fish and Game Cookbook, The MeatEater Guide to Wilderness Skills and Survival and Outdoor Kids in an Inside World. His work has also been featured in publications including The New Yorker, Field & Stream, and Outside. His newest book, Catch a Crayfish, Count the Stars: Fun Projects, Skills, and Adventures for Outdoor Kids, is available now. You can learn more at themeateater.com and on Instagram @stevenrinella SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. SIG P365 XMACRO Black Point Tactical Holster Schnee's Mission Boots Hooten Young - Jack Carr Collaboration Whiskey African Sporting Creations Official Jack Carr Whiskey Classes Montana Knife Company Black Rifle Coffee Company Sticker Club Danger Close is an IRONCLAD Original
Today's guest is Christian Schauf. Christian is an entrepreneur, outdoorsman, musician, and survival expert. Christian founded Uncharted Supply Company in 2018, utilizing his life experiences and passion for adventure. The company manufactures high-quality, intuitive gear to help people navigate emergency situations. Today, Uncharted Supply Co. provides comprehensive survival systems, first aid kits, power systems, rafts, duffels, tools, GPS, and more. You can learn more about Uncharted Supply Co. at unchartedsupplyco.com and can keep up with Christian on Instagram @christianschauf SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Schnees: Go to https://schnees.com/ and use code JACK23 for 30% off mountain boots Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Uncharted Supply The Vault Duffle bag The Wolf Pack dog Collar First Aid Plus Zeus Jump Starter Athena Jump Starter Seventy2 Survival kit The Basecamp Yeti