Iggy breaks down an excellent MNF game, discusses Gruden, and looks ahead to the waiver wire. Similarities between hard drug addiction and this past sports weekend. #IggyFnB #FantasyFootball7s #wherestheD Disclaimer: Personal opinions, not financial advice
I asked Reverend Bob Hill and Rabbi Michael Zedek to do this podcast as a way to bring people together to understand the fundamental philosophies of Christianity and Judaism with their many similarities. In this part two, they discuss that Judaism is the foundation of Christianity and the differences and similarities of their respect beliefs. We also discuss the importance of God in our lives and how we make that connection. I also asked them to share their thoughts on the differences between faith, religion, spirituality and hope. Please share this so we can all do our part in getting along with one another.
Reverend Bob Hill and Rabbi Michael Zedek have been great friends for years. I have known them both for over 25 years. I asked them to do this podcast as a way to bring people together to understand the fundamental philosophies of Christianity and Judaism with their many similarities. In part one, we learn the path Bob and Michael took, to get to their respective practices. They share the heart and soul of the passion they have for not only their own beliefs, but the respect they have for one another. These gentlemen will show you the way to respect and get along with one another of different faiths. How do they do this? Just listen to the way they talk to each other with admiration, respect and a deep love for the other.
In this episode, Kimberly and Richard discuss yoga, spiritual teachings, finding balance within, honoring lineages and history, and community-focused practices versus individualized ones. They discuss the impact of the pandemic on various communities such as the yoga community, acknowledging our shadow selves, and turning our individual yoga and spiritual practices to tangible ways to support and better communities and our world. This episode is rich with Richard's wisdom and understandings of various yogic, Hindu, and Buddhist teachings and principles, his experiences traveling and learning about these lineages, and philosophies for balancing our inner and outer selves to ultimately benefit others. Bio Richard Freeman has been practicing yoga since 1968. He has taught yoga and trained yogas all over the world. His work joins together a vast array of teachings and perspectives, in keeping with the richness of this ancient tradition. You can find more information on Richard's teachings on his website. What He Shares: --Impact of pandemic --Fracturing in yoga communities --Acknowledging and finding balance between our shadow and light selves --Understanding histories and lineages in ancient traditions and practices --Teacher/student power-issues in yoga --Contributing to social good through individual practice What You'll Hear: --Fracturing in yoga community over pandemic --Predispositions toward polarity and fundamentalism --Opposing groups coming together over common enemy --Dealing with unknown and uncomfortable not knowing regarding pandemic --Finding common ground when understand the “other” --Pratipaksha the other wing, bhavana (contemplate the other wing) --Different obstacles where one wing is associated with heavy emotions and cause suffering, contemplate opposite wing of emotion --Practice which visualizes the other in order to cultivate empathy and understanding --Applicable for serious and miniscule problems --Mind slips anything into ego-centered --Not hurting others or yourself --Shadow sides can be projected out or not recognized within oneself --Acknowledging not suppressing shadow potential of own minds --Many yoga/spiritual practices avoid this intellectual honesty --Feel negative emotions in context with other social support to hold and observe --Embody it in a way that doesn't destroy you or others --Discerning intuition, multiple realities, and fundamentalism --Being open to feedback --Balancing and feeling the middle path physically and intellectually --Experimenting physical practice with intellectual/interior life --Impact of social media on brain/mind/energetic system overall --Some social media beneficial in yoga world --Ego/mind are creative and can be used for good or destruction --Social media fast-paced, scary, and mind-blowing --Done in context of ancient historical traditions of insight done slowly over thousands of years --Benefits of social media for community --Convenience and pace of convenience are part of issues regarding community, climate, etc. --Describes time in India through Middle East and Europe during 1970s --Similarities in people of different religions and traditions --Importance of understanding history in religious traditions around the world --Appropriation versus appreciation through understanding history, honoring lineage, and humility --Dynamic of teacher/student relationship in yoga --Discerning teachers, practices, and other aspects of yoga within commodification --Finding the true Teacher (Beloved) in the heart --Many teachers are attracted to power of being the expert --Good teacher encourages you to stay open minded --Epidemic of problem teachers in yoga and spiritual traditions --Hindu teachings on discernment principles --Two-wing image, supportive of each-other, because of intelligence as one --Patterns of immediate sensation giving birth to story lines and labels --Under-pinnings of practice individual work not necessarily impacting the collective --Practicing for self-improvement or for community improvement --Conceding comfort for tangible benefit of other people --Individual practice branching out to ever-expanding environments --Chant together Resources Website: https://www.richardfreemanyoga.com/
Join the final part of this two part episode on Catholicism vs. Protestantism. Pastors Randy Jaspers and Keith Nestor share what they feel are commonalities and differences between the two. There's a lot we can learn from these two servants of the Lord as their passion to love the Lord and share the Gospel with others comes out loud and clear in this discussion.
Les Stroud is the creator of Survivorman. Sponsors: https://brilliant.org/TOE for 20% off. http://algo.com for supply chain AI. Merch: https://tinyurl.com/TOEmerch (valid until end of Oct 2021) Patreon: https://patreon.com/curtjaimungal Crypto: https://tinyurl.com/cryptoTOE PayPal: https://tinyurl.com/paypalTOE Twitter: https://twitter.com/TOEwithCurt Discord Invite: https://discord.com/invite/kBcnfNVwqs iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/better-left-unsaid-with-curt-jaimungal/id1521758802 Pandora: https://pdora.co/33b9lfP Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4gL14b92xAErofYQA7bU4e Subreddit r/TheoriesOfEverything: https://reddit.com/r/theoriesofeverything 00:00:00 Introduction 00:03:13 Bigfoot and Survivorman series inception 00:07:19 Similarities of investigating UFOs to investigating Bigfoot (Curt owes Les) 00:08:46 Les' poor upbringing in a drug ridden neighborhood 00:12:48 The trappings of fame and being treated like a monkey 00:15:16 What drives Les' output? Is it pure "creativity"? 00:17:27 The peace in not mattering 00:18:51 Altered states 00:21:19 It's okay to be a multitasker 00:22:06 Wim Hoff method 00:23:52 Elements of filmmaking that were purposefully NOT included in Survivorman 00:27:12 People stealing Les' style (Bear Grylls, etc.) 00:29:49 Ratio of filmed footage to what's edited in 00:31:12 What art has (largely) become 00:34:42 How meticulous filmmaking is 00:40:20 Techniques for making episodes engaging 00:44:24 Having permanent mild existential crises (and Les' relation to TOE) 00:49:57 Is anything separate from God? 00:54:51 Bigfoot and consciousness 00:58:08 Les' Bigfoot experience with orbs 01:03:53 Interacting telepathically with Bigfoot 01:05:56 Never before told story about a being speaking to Les 01:09:09 Orbs 01:11:20 UFOs and Bigfoot (story by Les) 01:16:14 Alien intentions, evil, good, and love overcoming in the end 01:18:27 [Crepitus s] Has Les ever considered doing an urban survival show? 01:19:34 [Boukm3n] Limits. I would like to ask him about pushing personal limits. Doing hard things is tough, but controlling the mind is tougher. How has survival shifted his mindset? 01:21:05 [Paul V] When times are hardest what gives you the strength to carry on? 01:21:53 [@StanAlister] Wim Hoff applied to harsh survival conditions 01:22:43 [James McKevitt] Any long term damage from the extreme survival outings? 01:23:41 [Jimi Lee] The great reset 01:25:41 [Some Guy] Being comfortable alone is the most important skill? 01:27:15 [Phillip Wareham] Prepping, especially for climate change and EMP / solar storms? 01:29:42 Will Les do a "survival" online course? 01:30:44 [Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Comacho] Bigfoot being interdimensional and low tech? 01:31:29 Lost time while camping
With Ja Morant visiting Lamelo Ball tonight, Shawn Coleman reveals his Top 10 Point Guards under 25 in the NBA, notes the similarities between Ja and Lamelo earlier in their careers, and looks at Kyle Anderson's impact in a new role this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kartheek Mulpuri is the Managing Partner of Sixth Sense Equity. Sixth Sense Equity is a General Partner in two multifamily properties totaling 74 units in Hampton, VA and Columbia, TN & four mobile home parks across the Southeast totaling 528 lots. The firm also holds Limited Partner stakes in an institutional multifamily asset in the Dallas MSA and an industrial asset focused on the cannabis space in Michigan. The firm's core focus is value add class B and class C properties in Virginia and the Carolinas. Over his career, Kartheek has worked on 25+ M&A and capital raising transactions totaling nearly $2B in aggregate deal volume.For today's episode we will cover: [00:00 - 4:23] Opening Segment.Getting to know Kartheek Mulpuri.[4:23 - 11:05] syndication vs institutional space in raising capital.Similarities & differences between venture capital and commercial real estate. Getting in the mindset of the investorWhy you should bet on the jockey and not on the horse.[11:05 - 20:31] Finding the deal and building the team.How Kartheek met his business partner.Finding the first deal.Advantage of deep knowledge on different asset classes.[20:31 - 27:16] Understanding the current market.Seeing the current trends and possible future trends.How to position yourself strongly in the market [27:16 - 37:28] The negotiation to get the deal and closing it.Knowing when to be confident about a deal.Using data for renegotiations to sway things to your favor.Knowing the risks and how to move forward.Finding the middle ground.[37:28 - 43:21] Raising the equity and the syndication structure.The ways to get the equity that you need.Knowing the type of transaction at the beginning. Equity split between the LP and GP.Putting the investor's interest first when structuring a deal.Being the deal expert when talking to investors.The challenges during raising the equity.[43:21 - 49:43] The priorities after taking over.The first thing to do after taking over a property. The checklist that you have to look at.Why the first year is crucial for a long term gain.Navigating through uncharted waters to make good operators in great ones.How to get people to stay in your property.Assessing your risk tolerance. [49:43 - 55:03] Closing segmentThe various ways to become a better investor.Knowing your strengths and weaknesses.Final words from everyoneSUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-START REVIEW as we create a lifetime of wealth and financial independence through multifamily investing! Invest with us! Check out Blue Oak Investments Cody on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram Brian on LinkedIn and Facebook
From receiving Gold Records with his band to fulfilling a gap in the eyeglass market, lead singer and inventor A/J Jackson discusses his methods for success. He talks with us about the expensive eyeglass purchase he made that helped him realize there was an opportunity for a new and exciting product. He walks us through the steps he went through during development to ensure the product was exactly what he had in mind. • The story behind creating his new eyewear company. • The band trained him to be able to develop the glasses company. • Questions lead to the specific answers you need. • Using 3D printing to get your rough ideas for products refined quickly. • Similarities between running a band and running a company. • Got to satisfy your clients/fans. • Got to grow your clients/fans. • https://www.aview.com/ • https://www.saintmotel.com/ TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [4:12] Multitasking can be dangerous. [10:04] How much of a challenge has it been? [14:18] Just because they're an expert, doesn't mean they're an expert in everything.
As things heat up with #Congress in Punjab and Delhi, G-23 ranks grow, Shekhar Gupta draws comparisons between Rahul Gandhi's Congress and Indira Gandhi's Congress. Why Kanhaiya Kumar's entry, G-23's anger, Rahul's setbacks and Congress' Left bring back Indira Gandhi's split of the Congress in 1969. Similarities and differences in episode 847 of #CutTheClutter
In this special episode, we discuss the psychopathy of Paris Bennet and Joshua Phillips. Nature vs. Nurture? Similarities? Differences? How could Watch along with us! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lwj5R6_omoE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTMUq0ezpCU https://videa.hu/videok/film-animacio/psychopath-with-piers-morgan-2019-documentary-pszichopata-dWoQ6lk6PVILPBXw --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Paul Baniel is the Vice President of Finance and Administration of the Green Bay Packers. He's a veteran of over 35 years in the sports and entertainment industry. Having joined the Packers in 2009, he's one of the key leaders in guiding the franchise to new heights. Paul joined SGG as we continue our “Running a Championship System” series. We discussed: 1. The role of sports in his life as he grew up the 7th of 10 children. 2. As leader in Packers organization: Becoming a steward of a community asset. 3. Stewardship: one of the Packers five values. 4. Similarities between the Packers and Steelers franchises. “You definitely see a lot of parallels. 5. Key phases of the calendar year: end of fiscal year; building budget; reporting. For facilities and IT, off-season is project season. 6. “When the team is not in the building, that's the time when we can change things in the team areas.” 7. How communication plays out across his three departments. 8. The Packers' “mission, vision, values” approach. 9. What Paul values in looking for staff members: independence, creativity, problem-solving. 10. Servant leadership. If the team performs well “all the boats rise.” 11. The challenge of seeking upward advancement in an organization where there is little turnover. “Sometimes you have to move out to move up.” 12. Being introduced to servant leadership while leading at Potawatomi Casino…And applying the principles in his work with the Packers. 13. Working with employees: “Tell me what you need and don't beat around the bush.” 14. Challenges and adaptations that he foresees for the future. 15. How roots and identity influence Packers' decision-making. “We try to display a good amount of humility in our organization.” 16. Finding an edge as an organization. 17. “Winning financially helps us to win on the field.”
At the beginning of 2021 Lauri Haav altered his career path from the world of tech startups to the realm of government. This might sound like an incongruous move, but the Estonian government is more advanced than most countries in terms of its level of digitization and its embracing of technology, and Lauri is currently running a program which is the first of its kind. Almost 7 years ago Estonia launched their e-Residency program; this means that almost anyone, almost anywhere in the world, can become an e-resident of Estonia. Currently, if e-residents were a city, they would be the third biggest city in Estonia! If you're wondering why obtaining an Estonian e-ID card is an appealing option, you'll get all the answers in today's episode. We also discuss the various reasons why the Estonian government is so ahead of the curve in terms of digitization, how they have assisted their population in making the transition to digital platforms as seamless as possible, challenges that they have experienced, and what they hope to achieve in the coming years. Key Points From This Episode: • Estonia's advanced level of digitization, and what their e-Residency program is. • Lauri shares what his professional background in the tech space consisted of. • Similarities and differences between working in technology companies and working for government organizations. • Factors that resulted in the Estonian government's early embrace of the internet. • How Estonia's approach to electronic ID cards differs to most other European countries. • Lauri explains the mechanics of an E-ID card. • Estimated percentages of the Estonian population who make use of Estonia's various E-platforms. • Ways that Estonia ensures their e-Platforms are secure and their approach to privacy. • How the Estonian government attracts talent to its technology department. • Some examples which highlight the constraints of some traditional procurement processes. • The value of working in different types of organizations. • Challenges that come with the growth of an organization or department. • An e-Government program that was drastically accelerated as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. • Two main reasons that people will sign up for the Estonian e-Residency program. • The percentage of new businesses in Estonia over the past 3 years that are owned by e-Residents. • How the government is going to determine whether or not the e-Residency program is beneficial to Estonia. • Technology that underpins key public infrastructure in Estonia. • Countries which are following in Estonia's footsteps, and how Lauri feels about this. • Lauri shares his opinion on the work being done by Propsera. • How being an EU member affects Estonia's e-Residency program. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurihaav/?originalSubdomain=ee (Lauri Haav on LinkedIn) https://www.chartercitiesinstitute.org/ (Charter Cities Institute) https://www.facebook.com/Charter-Cities-Institute-424204888015721/ (Charter Cities Institute on Facebook) https://twitter.com/CCIdotCity (Charter Cities Institute on Twitter) Support this podcast
We are 9 months into the New Boss of the Biden administration in America. And while President Biden ran as the polar opposite of former President Trump, Boyd breaks down the similarities between the two that are starting to emerge. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are entering the 6th mass extinction. When I tell people about the mass extinction, people are not too worried. I don't think they realize that we are already starting to see the effects of the mass extinction and that the planet has gone through this before, but there is one difference. The major difference is the fact that the Permian extinction (which occurred approximately 66 million years ago) was caused by volcanic activity while the 6th mass extinction was caused by humans. The good news is that we can stop it; however, we need to act now. Voting for political candidates is the best way that you can enact change, but there are other things too. Listen to hear more. Link to article: https://www.sciencealert.com/mass-extinction-events-can-turn-freshwater-into-toxic-soup-and-that-s-bad-news-for-today Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://www.speakupforblue.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/speakupforblue/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/speakupforblue
Alejandra (Alita) Contreras is a half Colombian half Venezualan professional rock climber, coach, and translator. We talked about the economic situation in Venezuela and why she moved to Colombia six years ago, about living in Germany and translating training books by Udo Neumann, about coaching women, our global climbing family, and her current 5.14a project.Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/alita-contrerasNuggets:1:50 – Alegria3:52 – Alita vs. Alejandra6:40 – The situation in Venezuela, and why Alita emigrated to Columbia14:21 – Studying languages, Alita's father, singing opera, and becoming interested in Germany18:48 – Separating languages in your head21:13 – Tips for learning a new language25:36 – Thinking differently, and having different personalities in different languages28:13 – Bad milk29:42 – The many things Alita does for work, and coaching a women's group34:05 – Patterns Alita notices in working with women climbers, and what she works on with her group39:23 – Empowering girls and educating guys41:46 – Researching a new project to help women with cancer regain physical and emotional health through climbing45:55 – Translating Udo Neuman's books into Spanish48:30 – Parallels with translating and the podcast, and the big takeaways from Udo's books54:51 – In Search of Greatness (documentary), going with the current of motivation, and being honest with yourself59:11 – The powerful 13a that Alita is most proud of (even though she has climbed 13d)1:02:29 – My season of seeking out obscure 12d's at Smith, and the benefit of climbing easier routes outside of your best style1:05:16 – Alita's 14a project1:08:59 – Macheta climbing area, and a description of the 14a1:10:45 – Alita's video of ‘Los Tenahos Contratican', and similarities to Hueco1:11:33 – Dreams of climbing at the Red, and climbing in Europe1:12:53 – Alita's favorite climbing destinations1:15:00 – Living and climbing near the equator, and tactics for projecting when you don't have seasons1:19:10 – How Alita thinks about yearly goals1:21:12 – Continuing to improve, and enjoying the process1:26:07 – Living in Canada, competing in one competition, and Alita's hype-up song1:31:33 – Patron question from Eli: What is the local climbing like in your area? Similarities and differences in climbing cultures around the world?1:36:18 – Gratitude for Alegria (her dog)1:39:46 – A new opportunity1:37:25 – Aspirations to be a pro-climber?1:39:01 – Vulnerability and the gift of sharing 1:40:10 – Gratitude, and meaningful connections
This week's episode features Lisa Fain, JD, CEO of the Center for Mentoring Excellence and founder of Vista Coaching, the coaching division of the Center. We discuss a range of issues associated with mentorship, including: Lisa's professional journey, with its theme of creating inclusive, productive workplaces The common pitfalls or missed opportunities she often sees mentees experience What mentees should look for in a mentor Key success factors for strong, productive mentoring relationships and how mentee attitudes and behavior contribute to positive mentoring relationships How scientists outside academia where mentorship may be less formalized should go about seeking mentors Similarities and differences between mentors and career coaches Lisa's thoughts on the statement: With COVID shaking up the way people work, it seems having a mentor would be even more important, as workers navigate new norms How to professionally and efficiently end a mentoring relationship
Wolf and Luke discuss the similarities between the Titans and Vikings and what that means for the Arizona Cardinals in week two. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wolf and Luke discuss the similarities between the Titans and Vikings and what that means for the Arizona Cardinals in week two. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Raiders and Ravens close out week 1 with a WILD classic. Similarities between Jimmy G and Derek Carr. Bleacher Report hasn't watched basketball in 5 years and now we have the proof. Biggest takeaways from week 1, Power Rankings, and Grant own from SI joins us See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My next guest on Scale Your Sales podcast is a woman in Sales Influencer, Founder and CEO of the National Association of Women Sales Professionals.org. She is a LinkedIn Top Sales Influencer Creator of Thrive Strategies for Women in Sales and the Author of Reach the Top 1, a Strategic Game Plan for Warrior Women in Sales. She is known for motivating others to feel confident empowered and brave. Welcome to Scale Your Sales Podcast Cynthia Barnes 00:00 Why its Essential that Salespeople Lead with Authentic Personality to Better Serve Customers 02:54 Cynthia says, to reach the Top 1%, Salespeople should show up their True Selves with the Empathy to build customer Relationships. 5:42 Why it's Important to Connect with People who Know your Challenges, Empathize with your Struggle, and can Help you Through it. 11:06 You got to have the Balance, Mary Kay said God first, Family second, Career third, anything out of that order will lead to Destruction. 13:30 Companies need to embrace Diversity as it is the Right thing to do, rather than it leads to Greater Revenue or Customers Expect it. 16:57 On diversity, Cynthia says, we Attract on Similarities but we Grow on Differences 21:05 Three types of people in the world, those Make Things Happen, those Wait for Things to happen, those Wonder What Happened. Which are you? 23:37 To Build Trust, Salespeople must know your Prospects and Customers like Best Friend, you Can't get them to Trust you until you Get to Know them 26:46 End linkedin.com/in/cynthiabarnes nawsp.org (NAWSP) Check out her podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unstoppable-with-cynthia-barnes/id1575599319 Janice B Gordon, the awarding-winning Customer Growth Expert and founder of Scale Your Sales, listed 25 of the Top 100 Global Business Influencers in 2017. Janice helps companies around the world adopt the Scale Your Sales framework to develop their leading-edge capabilities in securing, maintaining, and growing their most valued customer relationships for long-term value and partnership. Book Janice to speak virtually at your next event https://janicebgordon.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/janice-b-gordon-customer-growth-expert Twitter: https://twitter.com/JaniceBGordon Scale Your Sales Podcast: http://scaleyoursales.libsyn.com More on the blog https://scaleyoursales.co.uk/blog Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janicebgordon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScaleYourSalesJBG
Y'all! This episode is a treat! It's absolutely a treat for me and I hope a treat for you as well. You see on this day, September 13 it is my 40th birthday! But it's not just my birthday. It's also the exact same birthday as our guest Hannah Weisburg. Happy Birthday Hannah. Funny enough, that is how I first connected to Hannah. She came recommended to me as someone to meet, so I connected with her on Instagram. Shortly after she shared a post right around our birthday so this was one of the first things I knew about her. While we didn't end up meeting until a year and a half later, when we did, it was CRAZY how many similarities there were in our life stories. We both got married around the same time, had our first child around the same time, and experienced some major business fallouts at the same time which inevitably led to some major business WINS at the same time. When we uncovered all of this, I just knew that she had to be a guest on the podcast so that I could see the similarities in our chart. And yet through all of this, what I love about human design is that while we do share a lot of similarities on paper, we also have so many differences. And that's because there is no lack in Human Design. It is open to all of the options in your heart. Whether you want to organize a group of women through the Women's Social Club like Hannah or speak at her events like me, its all available to you.
This week on Privacy Please I speak on the following topics: -Similarities of Florida's data protection bill to CCPA/CPRA-Differences of Florida's data protection bill to CCPA/CPRASubcommittee hearing video link: https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/VideoPlayer.aspx?eventID=6903Spirion's own Scott Giordano's episode on U.S. Data Privacy Trailblazer webcast: https://explore.spirion.com/data-privacy-laws/wbn-fl-consumer-data-privacy-bill
Recorded August 13, 2021 Spoilers are ahead. Show notes: -Better than The Dead Don't Die -Plausible -Adam and Eve -“Humanity” of the vampires -One possible implausibility -Eva -Blood -Implying -Showing and not telling -Gloves -Knowledge and conversations -Marlowe -John Hurt -Predicting -Jeffrey Wright -Time -Similarities in Adam at howe and being locked down (get vaccinated, please) -Back to Eva -The ending -Compulsion -Possible unrealistic aspect -Passing off their work -The acting -The pace -Finally got a chance to see it -Movies versus TV (I love them both) -Get vaccinated, wear a mask, I hope for mask mandates, speak up -Greatest good and least harm -Get your knowledge from credible sources (New York Times, NPR, USA Today, Washington Post, BBC, etc.) Twitter https://twitter.com/mmampodcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mmampodcast Apple Podcasts https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/music-movies-and-other-stuff/id1236495556?mt=2 Podbean https://mmam.podbean.com/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org © MMAMPodcast 2021 All Rights Reserved
Hi Thirdssssss!! Can ya'll believe hot girl summer is almost over?? But its okay cause the energy is year round! We get into some emotional sh!t, some astrology sh!t, celebrity sh!t, and of course some real sh!t. We love ya'll and hope virgo season is blessing you with everything you want and deserve!! Xoxo, S
Do you have a retirement plan, and if you do, would you consider changing it along the way to meet your future needs? In this episode, I have the opportunity to converse with Dan Makert. He was a retired Army Infantry Colonel. He also did two tours in Afghanistan. This is out in California. He's been in lately with the California National Guard. He's been a productive program director for competitive shooting, bath on programs, Human Performance research analyst and tactical fitness coach. He's now just retired and moving into this next phase. In this episode, Dan will be sharing some of the experiences he has had with the market, how his perspective has changed over the years and what he is doing now to protect his money. If you are about to retire or retired, this episode is for you. Key Talking Points of the Episode: [02:29] Getting to know Dan [05:06] Similarities between the 80's market and the current market [09:09] Dan's perspective has shifted [16:12] How is Dan protecting his money now? [19:09] Dan's vision Standout Quotes from the Episode: “It's a good lesson to be diversified.” “Don't spend too much time looking back and regretting what you may or may not have done in the past, just take action now.”
In this episode, I have a fun discussion with Shane Neely, who is a former laboratory scientist turned programmer. He has helped to author 11 scientific papers and build a cancer treatment software company. Today, Shane uses machine learning and artificial intelligence for everything from bioinformatics to art. He is particularly interested in AI for language generation, digital art, and other computational creativity. Shane is the author of the book Stone Age Code: From Monkey Business to AI. His book explores artificial intelligence and human evolution from his perspective as a data scientist and biologist. In his free time, Shane enjoys adventures around the Pacific Northwest with his family. “Using AI writing tools can eliminate writer's block.” – Shane Neeley Today on the Tech Leader Talk podcast: - Similarities between human evolution and the evolution of artificial intelligence - How Shane used AI to help write and design his book - From using stone tools to “modern” tools like AI - Training neural networks to copy your writing style Resources Mentioned: Shane's Book: Stone Age Code: From Monkey Business to AI Connect with Shane Neeley: Website: ShaneNeeley.com LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/neeley1 Thanks for listening! Be sure to get your free copy of Steve's latest book, Cracking the Patent Code, and discover his proven system for identifying and protecting your most valuable inventions. Get the book at https://stevesponseller.com/book.
As entrepreneurs, we may understand that our businesses wouldn't exist without sales, but that doesn't make mastering sales any easier. Business Mentor & Success Coach, Lacey Sites, joins me in this episode to share her insights into finding your voice when it comes to sales and creating a sales process that aligns with your values. Lacey also opens up about her experiences and biggest takeaways from coaching multiple clients from zero to 7-figures! SHOWNOTES (1:14) Jackie Intro (4:11) Lacey Intro (7:54) Lacey's personal definition of success and how it has evolved (11:35) Lacey's biggest successes thus far (15:00) What advice do you have for people wanting to start their own business and find their path (19:06) Lacey's next level of success (22:00) Advice for people having a problem finding their voice in sales (27:09) Tips for making an improved marketing and sales process (27:13) “Are you focused on value?” (29:38) Advice for women who are just starting on their entrepreneurial journey (30:35) “If you run your business from a relationship-building perspective it honestly gets so easy” (33:06) Similarities between new clients and established clients (38:33) Lacey's hack to get to 7 figures! (42:28) “We're so often buying for the outcome and not the process” (44:15) Lacey's last inspirational thoughts Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Links Mentioned Lacey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alituplife/ Lacey's Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/litupandloadedentrepreneur Lacey's Podcast, "LITerally:" https://www.alituplife.com/podcast/ Schedule a Success Breakthrough Call with Jackie: https://calendly.com/jackiekossoff/success-call
In episode 8 of The Product Design Podcast, Andrea McKinley chats with Seth Coelen about the bold career pivot from teaching k-12 to becoming a UX designer. Andrea joined UX Cabin full-time, following her participation in our first internship program earlier this year.During this episode, you will learn:
Today we're sitting down with Yosef Lee (AKA Yosef Your Brosef), a believer, father, lawyer, multifamily apartment syndicator and investor, people connector, status-quo hater, strategic planner/action taker, pilates studio owner, and an entrepreneur wannabe. Yosef has the vision to take back the control of his Time, Place, and Occurrence through financial freedom, and he has started his journey of acquiring cash-flowing multifamily apartments as a tool to create passive income streams and to achieve generational wealth Join us as we chat about his experience with balancing a full time job and real estate investing, investing in mentors and masterminds, and the power of bringing people together and networking. [00:01 – 05:06] Opening Segment Let's get to know Yosef Lee Yosef shared about how he was inspired to find a passive income Getting into multifamily investing [05:07 – 28:22] Balancing a Day Job and Multifamily Investing How Yosef's day looks like as an employee and investor Similarities between his day job and asset management Benefits of being a real estate professional Investing in mentors and masterminds The power of having synergy and connection between people [28:23 – 33:25] What's next for Yosef Setting big goals and riding on the momentum Yosef's biography title Connect with Yosef through the links below Final words from us Tweetable Quotes: “A meetup is such a powerful way to get connected because of our display and let's say in person, that handshake, that bro hug, you can literally feel the energy of the other side.” - Yosef Lee “I want them [my future grandchildren] to know that success did not just happen overnight or anything over the period of time, I want them to know that I've worked really hard.” - Yosef Lee Find out more and connect with Yosef on Linkedin, Instagram, Facebook or check out his website at www.yosefhlee.com. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. I believe that you only need a small axe to build a lasting empire. Let's start building yours! To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook or check out my website https://smallaxecommunities.com/ and book a call with me.
When most people think of the Nation of Islam, a black liberation movement started by Elijah Mohammed, they do not think of Iran. Conversely, when they think of Iran, they do not think of black liberation movements. Today, we have Setareh Sadeqi here to talk to us about the history of the Nation of Islam and how it is tied with the Islamic Republic of Iran. Show notes:1:41 - The Storming of the US Embassy in 1979 and Ayatollah Khomeini’s orders to free all Black Americans and women held hostage3:10 - The Shah of Iran and his Yesmen6:14 - Iranian Constitution and the Duty towards the oppressed14:40 - Addressing Critiques of the Nation of Islam18:14 - Similarities between Khomeini’s ideals and Hindu belief in Karma24:18 - Nation of Islam and the Assassination of Malcolm X30:14 - The Nation of Islam and controversies regarding Anti-semitism33:16 - Genocidal speech by US politicians against Iran34:50 - Hilarious Promo by Robert rifting on Patrick Liller 37:31 - Other misconceptions about the Nation of Islam45:13 - Nation of Islam evolution between 1960s-1970s51:29 - Rhetoric of Nation of Islam54:39 - The common enemy between Nation of Islam and Iran: 58:27 - US nuclear discussion with the ShahYou can find Setarah on twitter Get full access to Historic.ly at historicly.substack.com/subscribe
Preaching is scary! -Fear of looking stupid -Fear of leading people astray -Fear of pride -Fear of Criticism Preaching is Hard! -Communicating -Too boring vs. too entertaining -Good vs. Bad sermons Preparing is hard! -Reading the bible -Prayer -Talking through sermons with mentors Similarities and differences between Preaching and Podcasting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVsC0z0Cz8E&list=PL9etil0pCNGDurCxGuaMCSgHVumO3Ut1K&index=4 Thanks so much for listening! Send us questions and comments on Instagram @preachers_hour Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/preachershour Culture and society from the young preachers' perspective Music: “Drip” by Arenas Pages to check out: @cre8ivemisfit @stayfreshproductions @justincopelandmusic --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/preachershour/support
The takeover by the Taliban in Afghanistan; a more aggressive China and Russia; a newly-elected hardline President in Iran: All are all major challenges facing President Joe Biden and his Administration. Our podcast guests are Ned Temko, who writes the weekly international affairs column “Patterns” for The Christian Science Monitor, and Scott Peterson, the Monitor's Middle East bureau chief. Both are highly experienced and well-traveled foreign correspondents, who bring depth and expertise to coverage of global affairs. Among the many topics covered in this episode: Similarities and differences to Trump's "America First" approach, the implications of the rapid withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, why China is the biggest overseas challenge for the Biden Administration, relations with America's allies, and the increased threat to human rights in Asia and Middle East. Join us to gain fresh insight on the rapidly evolving international situation.
Parker and Grant welcome in Cameron Soran (@cameronsoran on Twitter), one of the brighter defensive minds in the college football Twitterverse, to break down the defenses of Gary Patterson and Dave Aranda. Topics include: -- How each coach calls a defense --What each coach wants to achieve, and what they may be vulnerable to -- How each coach developed his scheme -- What players fit best into each scheme -- A brief tour around other defensive coaches in the Big 12 Before listening, be sure to read Cameron's essay on the differences between Patterson and Aranda in the Purple Theory newsletter, and at purpletheory.substack.com. Follow Parker on twitter @statsowar and Grant @grantmcgalliard. Like, subscribe, and leave a review if you feel so inclined.
The liberal Menace Billy Sunshine is in to discuss the Similarities between Saigon in 1975 and Afghanistan in 2021. // King County moves to acquire Federal Way's Red Lion hotel. // Jason Momoa Revealed Which Of His Past Roles He Won't Be Sharing With His Kids. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My wife Lauren Keane and I share a love of adventure. I brought sailing to the marriage. She introduced me to long-distance, back-country hiking. To celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary, we traversed the High Sierra Trail, a 72-mile hike across Sequoia National Park that took seven days and ended on Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the lower 48. Lauren joins me in this episode to debrief the trip and discuss the similarities and differences between backpacking and cruising.
Mark Shunock is the Host of Mondays Dark, In-Game Arena host for The Golden Knights, Host for Top Rank Boxing, and Founder of The Space. A native of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada, Mark is a former member of the Canadian Hockey League. He spent almost 10 years living in New York City performing on Americas premiere stages. Mark earned a Helen Hayes Nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Timon in DISNEY'S THE LION KING. He recently starred in the Broadway Hit ROCK OF AGES at the Venetian/Palazzo in Las Vegas and as the MC is the sexy smash MAGIC MIKE LIVE at The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Mark is currently the host for all National Hockey League events, The Vegas Golden Knights, and Host for Top Rank Boxing. He is the creator of MONDAYS DARK, Vegas' premiere variety show for a cause. The $20 variety show for a cause has become one of the hottest tickets in town and the list of charities waiting to partner with Mondays Dark continues to grow. To date, Mondays Dark has raised over 1 Million Dollars, partnered with over 100 local organizations, and every penny has stayed here in Las Vegas. In January 2017, Shunock opened The Space. Vegas' first Community Driven, Charity Based Arts Complex. The Space consists of a state of the art raw performance/event space, black box theatre, recording studio, and a piano bar/lobby. In its first year of operation, The Space has hosted over 150 events, featuring Tony Winners, Emmy Winners, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. Mondays Dark has been named "Best of the City" from Vegas Seven and "Best of Vegas" from Las Vegas Weekly. In addition, Shunock received the 2014 Angel Award for Cultural Advocate/Entertainer of the Year and recently won Best Philanthropist from "Best of Las Vegas" and the Las Vegas Review Journal. He also received The Impact Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals Las Vegas Chapter for Mondays Dark. |MarkShunock|-@MarkShunock-MondaysDark.com-TheSpaceLV.com|JakeGallen|-Instagram-Twitter-Facebook-Linkedin|TimeStamps|0:00 - Introduction2:02 - Mark's Journey to Vegas 5:42 - Similarities & Differences between NY & LV 7:22 - 8 Years of Monday's Dark 15:13 - Nature of Las Vegas20:10 - Becoming the Golden Knights In-Arena Host 28:43 - Pro Sports in Vegas 32:50 - Downtown 36:30 - Top Rank Boxing 47:50 - Influencer Boxing54:50 - Mental Health57:50 - What does Las Vegas mean to you?|LISTEN and SUBSCRIBE to the platform of your choice|-Apple Podcasts-Spotify-Google Podcasts-Amazon Podcasts-Youtube (VIDEO RECORDINGS)
Kentucky has kicked off practice ahead of the 2021 season. Freddie Maggard, Nick Roush and Adam Luckett spent Friday morning speaking with the team at media day, then watched the Wildcats practice for two hours at UK Fan Day. They share their first impressions of the quarterbacks in Liam Coen's offense, who stood out at practice and much more. Highlights: -- What the base offense and defense look like. -- One upperclassman that really popped on defense. -- Kavosiey Smoke may get Wally Pipp'd by JuTahn McClain. -- Has UK found the next David Bouvier? -- New aspects of the offense Liam Coen shared that we aren't used to seeing in Lexington. -- Similarities between Trevin Wallace and Josh Allen.
“We spent all of our time with other people's ideas, scaling those, and figured out that's what we're really good at.” @andrewjfaris #DTCPOD“If you multiply your conversion rate by your average order value, the number that it spits out is your revenue per click.” @andrewjfaris #DTCPOD“Most times if your product market fit isn't working, you often have a more core problem than you think.” @andrewjfaris #DTCPOD“If you can turn products into dollars fast instead of having to outlay huge portions of inventory with cash, it makes your whole business better.” @andrewjfaris #DTCPOD“Clear wins most times over clever, particularly for driving traffic.” @andrewjfaris #DTCPODWe Speak About:[03:13] Andrew introduces himself and 4X400 [05:53] Brand management approach and portfolio building [11:33] Analyzing product market fit [15:50] Breaking down conversion rates for brands[21:22] How it's not always about the marketing [23:50] Similarities and contrast between management for different brands [29:49] Tips for scaling a brand [35:23] Where to find 4x400 and Andrew Faris onlineHow 4X400 measures product market fit Andrew Faris, CEO of 4X400, joins the POD to give some insight on operating and growing DTC eCommerce brands.4X400 is an eCommerce holding company that currently owns, manages, and grows five digitally native brands.Andrew discusses that when it comes to building their brand portfolio, they look for brands with an established product market fit and analyze the core fundamentals of the business to see if there is an opportunity to scale. A unique approach 4X400 takes in analyzing product market fit is through measuring revenue per click by multiply a brands conversion rate by their average order value.Andrew recognizes that if a brand's product market fit isn't working, there is more likely a solution found in the inner workings of a product rather than altering marketing strategies. Sometimes in DTC, you have to play around 4X400 A modern day holding company that acquires, operates, and grows DTC ecommerce brands.The business currently has 5 brands that they operate, all in different markets.Andrew takes an experimental approach with brand scaling by testing different product selling strategies that will create different outcomes for different kinds of customers.The business first strategizes to discover the baseline level that can validate the quality of traffic for a brand, and then begins testing creative.Andrew recommends giving time and energy into developing a good customer acquisition strategy, and experimenting around to see what works. Stay tuned as Andrew discusses important strategies for scaling a brand and finding product market fit.If you'd like to learn more about Trend and our influencer marketing platform for influencers and brands visit trend.io. You can also follow us for tips on growing your following and running successful campaigns on Instagram and LinkedIn.Mentioned Links:4X400 website: https://4x400.com/Andrew Faris's twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewjfariseCommerce playbook podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ecommerce-playbook
BJ Kissel, Nick Leckey and Tucker Franklin are back on the latest Outside the Trenches podcast to talk about a variety of topics including their "blind nil" segment. Before they get into it, BJ, Nick and Tucker talk about some topics listeners of the show wanted to hear. Then they move on to their conversations on similarities between the top coaches in the NFL, how to avoid complacency with the Kansas City Chiefs roster and closeout by making a prediction about what we will see during the season. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
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Show Notes: https://thebiggamehuntingblog.com/podcast/africahuntingammo101/ Show Sponsor: Big Game Hunting Adventures: We have one opening remaining for a hunt in South Africa in November of 2021. The conditions should be fantastic for the hunt of a lifetime then, so contact me for details on how to take advantage of this unique opportunity! Say you heard about Big Game Hunting Adventures through The Big Game Hunting Podcast for special pricing on your hunt! What We Covered 1) Update on the current hunting situation in Africa. 2) Similarities between what makes a good elk hunting bullet and what's good for hunting plains game in Africa. 3) Best calibers for hunting plains game in Africa. 4) Best bullets for hunting plains game in Africa. 5) Best calibers for hunting cape buffalo in Africa. 6) Best bullets for hunting cape buffalo in Africa. 7) Best calibers for hunting lion and leopard in Africa. 8) Best bullets for hunting lion and leopard in Africa. Show Sponsor We have one opening remaining for a hunt in Africa in 2021 in early November. Believe me when I say this is a once in a lifetime opportunity: hopefully, we'll never again shut down hunting for a whole year like that. Fortunately, we got a lot of rain over there this past year, so game populations in general and the numbers and quality of trophy bulls in particular swelled past anything we've ever seen in the past. THIS is the year to come over if you want a BIG buffalo, wildebeest, waterbuck, impala, or kudu. Every hunt so far in 2021 has been outstanding and it normally gets better and better until the dry season ends in late November. So, whoever books for early November should have the hunt of a lifetime. We can do plains game, buffalo, or a buffalo/plains game combo hunt in November. As always, I'm offering a special bonus to podcast listeners who book a hunt with me. Contact me directly for details at john at thebiggamehuntingblog.com or visit bestsafarihunt.com to check out our hunting packages. Somebody's going to have a great hunt this November and it might as well be you! Resources Other podcast episodes referenced in this podcast: Episode 124- Cape Buffalo Hunting: Learn From PH Kevin Robertson Episode 97- Africa Hunting Bullets 101 With Renowned PH Kevin Robertson Episode 96- Joseph von Benedikt on Elk Hunting Bullets
Professionals in our field work with a very diverse range of clients, and for today's episode, we have brought in Kathleen Crombie, a counseling psychologist who has extensive experience working with neurodiverse populations. This work experience, combined with the fact that Kathleen is a gifted person herself, make her the perfect candidate for giving advice to anyone who works with gifted or highly sensitive people, which she does today in abundance. Kathleen explains the differences between these two groups, as well as the importance of not using these labels as a judgement, but rather as a way of understanding someone who may be different to yourself. Our conversation also covers the joys and challenges of working with gifted or highly sensitive people, and the value in having self-awareness. Being gifted can often be more of a curse than a gift, and it is up to us to meet our clients where they are at, and make them feel as comfortable and accepted as possible. Key Points From This Episode: An introduction to today's guest, Kathleen Crombie, and her extensive educational and professional background working with neurodivergent clients. [00:02:12] Common characteristics of highly sensitive people (HSP). [00:05:09] Similarities and differences between HSP's and gifted people. [00:09:35] Why being gifted can be more of a curse than a gift in certain settings. [00:12:45] How Kathleen discovered that she is gifted. [00:14:03] Kathleen shares more characteristics of gifted people. [00:16:14] The importance of focusing on working with people's strengths, not just on fixing their deficits. [00:21:08] What it means when someone is referred to as twice exceptional. [00:21:46] Labels should not be a form of judgement, but rather a form of care. [00:22:52] Why Kathleen chooses to disclose her personal struggles to her patients, even though her training discouraged it. [00:25:58] Practical advice from Kathleen for people who are working with gifted or highly sensitive clients. [00:27:12] Claire explains how the Brain in Hand app is useful for gifted and highly sensitive people. [00:32:19] The value in having self-awareness as a professional dealing with other people. [00:34:19] Questions to ask your clients which can help you put yourself in their shoes. [00:34:54] Why Kathleen and Claire will usually meet with clients outside of the cluttered rooms that they are going to work on. [00:39:10] Joys and challenges that Kathleen experiences working with gifted and highly sensitive people. [00:40:56] Never stop learning. [00:46:15] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: In Order To Organize — https://www.inorderto-organize.com/ Kathleen Crombie Email Address — InOrderToOrganize@me.com Kathleen Crombie on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/inordertoorganize/ Kathleen Crombie on Twitter — https://www.pinterest.com/kathleencrombie/ Brain in Hand — https://braininhand.co.uk/ Happy Space Pod — https://www.facebook.com/groups/happyspacepod/ NAPO — http://napo.net/join NAPO Podcast — https://napopodcast.com