In this episode of Service Course, Lizzy and Tom speak to two holders of prestigious cycling world records. First up is Ashton Lambie, who at the time of recording is the current holder of the individual pursuit world record, and the first person to go under four minutes in that event. Ashton talks about living in an RV, not wanting to ride for a road team, bench pressing over 300lbs, coffee, bikes, and what to watch on Netflix. Next is Joss Lowden, the new hour record holder. Lizzy caught up with her at the British National Championships, she tells us that she actually broke that record riding one of Ashton's old frames. Finally Tom chats to Anna Lawson, an ironman athlete, about the weird world of bikes used in those competitions, but more importantly her ride to COP26 in Glasgow and the ways that cycling can have a positive impact on climate change. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by NordVPN. Get up to 73% off a two-year plan: go to NordVPN.com/TCP And by LinkedIn Jobs. Recruit the right person for your organisation. Go to linkedin.com/cycle
93. We've been discussing narcissism in depth with Ronica Cormier, host of the Mama Trauma podcast. In the last episode, Ronica shared specific control tactics that narcissist use to abuse their victims. She also shared two effective methods for breaking FREE from those toxic tactics. Today, we're unpacking the loaded question “can a narcissist recover and change their ways???” The answer might surprise you… it lies within this wisdom: Pray, Protect and Live your Purpose Press play to get the scoop, Sis. This is powerful wisdom to have tucked in your heart and mind. Cheering you on with faith and joy! Katie P.S. Don't miss these two previous episodes featuring Ronica! #77 - Narcissism // What it is, Why it Hurts, How to deal with It #92 - Narcissism Part 1: Gaslighting, Manipulation and other Controlling Tactics that Narcissists Commonly Use (to Abuse) Find today's show notes and links at KatieHedrick.com/Narcissism ————————— Faith Fueled Breakthrough, Katie's brand new, go-at-your-own-pace Life Coaching course is coming soon! This self-guided program will help you breakthrough from the junk in your past so you can live a more abundant future, as you step into your true identity and purpose. If you've been waiting for a chance to experience Biblical-based life coaching at an affordable price, this is it. Don't miss the launch! Join the waitlist at FaithFueledBreakthrough.com ————————— Ready to grow forward and step into all that God has for your life? Check out Katie's Life Coaching programs (designed for Jesus-loving, growth minded moms) at LearnFromKatie.com Looking for a tribe of like-minded sisters? Join Katie's Facebook group at GrowthMindedMoms.com Have questions or want to connect with Katie? Send an email to Katie@KatieHedrick.com
W.E. are internationally known, so SJR passed the microphone—all the way to our friend Consolata Kapuya in Zimbabwe! That's right! This week on the podcast, SJR is connecting beyond borders & issa vibe! TUNE IN as Consolata shares the journey of affirming her identity while making fear her audience. Sis highkey remembered WHOSE she was & the game changed! For being authentic and allowing listeners the room to bloom, W.E. gave this ‘Hail Mary' her flowers! GIRL…are you waiting to exhale? Then pull up on WomanEvolve.com/conference21 where God gone spin the block for YOU…to breathe again! Holla at us if you wish to co-host by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancel unwanted subscriptions with Truebill.com/WomanEvolve + Try.Scribd.com/Evolve for a FREE 60-day trial of eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, music, podcasts & MORE!
Welcome back Box Owners! This week we welcome back the CEO of Idea To Launch Agency/Academy, Podcast host, and a former Period, Sis guest, Carla Wilmaris. Contrary to popular belief, the baby doesn't pop out of the womb and start drinking milk from the nipples seamlessly, it's a process. In this episode, Carla and I discuss the controversy around breastfeeding in public and the overall challenges women face while breastfeeding. Carla shares the pain and discomfort while getting the baby to latch properly and the impact that stress can have on a woman's milk production. This learning process for both Mom and baby can cause a lot of stress and frustration. In Carla's words “we both don't know what the fuck we are doing.” She talks about needing support from her doula and spouse while trying to breastfeed and shares how often she's wanted to give up. Tune in to learn about the healing properties in breast milk, baby bonding, and how truly magical breasts are! If you know someone who is breastfeeding please send this to them. Connect with us: @officialboxowner @fullcourtpumps www.officialboxowner.com Connect with our guest: @carlawilmaris @ideaToLaunch @whatevershesayspod
Elayne Fluker is an expert in asking for support, and she is the author of the new book, Get Over “I Got It” – where she encourages unapologetically ambitious women to learn how to embrace support not only for their success but also their peace of mind. As a speaker at organizations such as LinkedIn, the United Nations, the Women Presidents' Organization, NYU, Columbia, Spelman College and Howard University, she gives women a roadmap for making empowered asks and living a fulfilled life. Elayne is host of the Support is Sexy podcast where she has interviewed more than 500 diverse women entrepreneurs around the world, and she is the founder of SiS.Academy – an online learning platform educating and empowering Black Women entrepreneurs. Most recently Elayne was named a “Founder of Change” for SiS.Academy as part of the American Express “100 for 100” program featuring 100 innovative Black women entrepreneurs. During our conversation on asking for support, Elayne and I discuss: Top areas where “helpers” (aka coaches, consultants, and business leaders) struggle to ask for support and Elayne's suspicion about why that is Native American social worker Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart's model for historical trauma – and why asking for support is both an individual act of self-empowerment AND a way to disrupt systemic oppression Unique ways of asking for support when you know you need support but you aren't clear on what support would actually look like The 5 Rs for making an empowered ask The extra book chapter Elayne would write if she could Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Learn more about Elayne Fluker and her new book (and grab book bonuses!) at GetOverIGotIt.com The Harvard Business Review (HBR) article – Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome Sign-up for my free virtual workshop – Amplify Your Voice, Visibility and Influence While Getting Paid to Show Your Clients (or Employees) How to Do the Same Please leave a review and subscribe to Moxielicious® via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or Spotify so you never miss an episode!
Is the life you're living the one that you've envisioned for yourself? Do you feel like your life is meaningful and purposeful? Have you ever felt like ditching the conventional and traditional in pursuit of your dreams? Wanda Duncan is doing exactly that. She's thriving, instead of just surviving, and living her life with intention and full of purpose. In my discussion with Wanda, we chat about Wanda's unconventional but meaningful life as a digital nomad and what inspired her to live her life on the road. She shares her journey from her failed attempts at digital nomad life, difficult and traumatic experiences, and navigating culture shock to ultimately thriving as an entrepreneur and full-time traveler. Wanda also explains how she stays connected with her community while not being physically present and close to her loved ones. However, she also shares how she manages to connect with a community of like-minded Black women travelers and independent entrepreneurs through her Facebook group. Aside from Wanda's travels around the world, she has a wealth of knowledge and experience as a successful entrepreneur. Through our conversations, Wanda opens up about her experience with internal and external work as an entrepreneur, and how she has been intentional about her growth and evolution. And for aspiring digital nomads and entrepreneurs, Wanda dives into the several ways in which you can sustain a lifestyle on the road and on your own terms. This episode is for the dreamers and doers out there who strive for a life off the beaten path. Tune in as Wanda shares her wisdom about purpose, community, entrepreneurship, and living a full and sustainable life as a full-time digital nomad and entrepreneur. A Closer Look at the Episode [7:46] What prompted Wanda to live life as a digital nomad [13:51] Thriving, not surviving, and living a life full of meaning and purpose [16:00] How Wanda stays connected while not being physically present with her community [18:19] Wanda's community for Black women digital nomads and travelers [19:21] The internal and external work of entrepreneurship as a Black woman [22:16] Evolving and working on yourself intentionally [24:36] How Wanda provides for herself as a digital nomad [27:33] Wanda's upcoming conferences [30:42] Wanda's book recommendations Episode Resources: Free one-year supply of vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase (use code BEWELLSIS): https://athleticgreens.com/ Self-love Journal (use code BEWELL20 for 20% off) International Black Women Travel Jubilee Black Women Travel Website Black Women Travel Pod Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs Facebook Be Well Sis Patreon Be Well, Sis Partners: Join our FREE text community for more wellness info between episodes + to speak directly to me. Text ‘Hey Sis!' to 973-832-1684. Get your free Audible trial here! *** The above contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we earn a modest commission which helps support the production of this show. More-- Join the tribe on Instagram! Be well, Sis.
Richard Moore has been in the Veneto region of northern Italy experiencing the rebirth of racing in an area that is rich in cycling heritage. Richard joins Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe to talk about the week's racing and riding. Filippo Pozzato, former Milan-Sanremo winner and Italian national champion, has created a new one-day race in his own image. The Giro del Veneto, first held in the 1920s but absent from the calendar for more than a decade, has returned and has been joined by the Veneto Classic and a gravel one-day race, the Serenissima. The Veneto region is also home to some of Italian cycling's most storied manufacturers, including Campagnolo and Sidi. But how does a new race fit into an already crowded Italian race calendar, what is the true potential for gravel racing, and what does it say about the current state of the sport in Italy? The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by Calm, the #1 mental wellness app, to give you the tools that improve the way you feel. If you go to calm.com/CYCLE, you'll get a limited time offer of 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription, which includes hundreds of hours of programming.
What Up, Squad! We made it to Episode 100!Thank you for being such an amazing community, for rocking with me this far and for giving me and this brand new podcast a chance. Yes, I said it... we are a brand new podcast! Productive on Purpose Podcast is no more...welcome to The High-Ticket Doc™ Podcast.Sis, this has been the most transformative year of my entrepreneurial journey since I started fully walking in my purpose. I hit 6-figures in 6 months!A Black girl from Inglewood, California who was a chronic procrastinator, struggling to get out of bed every day!Y'all, I'm so proud of the messy steps I have made that got me here. And like I always say: I am not special. This is available to you as well. My word for this year was IMPACT. When the year started, I didn't know how I was going to achieve the impact that I believed I could have. In this episode, I break it all down... everything that led to this huge change and what I'm doing next.I am sooo excited about this new phase in my personal and entrepreneurial journey, and I share with you all the tea. Y'all know I keep it REAL.Mentioned in this episode:Episode 000-Welcome to the POP Podcast!Episode 001-Profiles in Purpose: My Story Pt. 1Episode 002- Profiles in Purpose: My story Pt. 2Episode 056: Profiles in Purpose: My Q4 and 2020 Year in Review********************************************************************Apply to join Purposed to Profit™ Elite: Group Coaching Program by clicking HERE and we'll discuss how we can work together.Join my FREE private Facebook Group The High-Ticket Doc™| High-Ticket Coaching For Women Doctors by clicking HERE and you'll access my Free training on The Secret to High-Ticket as a Brand New Coach.***********************************************************************Join the POP Squad Inner circle and get messages from me, Text 'PURPOSE' to 954-758-8498.Want to take the first step to overcome procrastination? Click here to take the Productive on Purpose Procrastination Personality Test! (You will also be added to my email list).
92. When it comes to the Stepping Into a Joy Filled Life podcast, I'm all ears when you and other listeners offer feedback, share episodes with your friends and send me messages/comments/questions about the episodes that you find impactful. When episode #77 aired earlier this summer, the feedback was overwhelming. In that episode, Ronica Cormier (host of the Mama Trauma podcast) shared her expertise and wisdom around the topic of narcissism. She discussed the spiritual impacts of narcissism, gave us examples of red flags to watch for and she even shared about how narcissism has affected her on a personal level, as well as how she found healing. It was a loaded episode that brought tremendous amounts of insight and if that wasn't enough, Ronica graciously agreed to come back on the show to join me for not one, but TWO episodes to dig deeper into all of this. Today we're discussing control tactics that narcissists commonly use to abuse their victims PLUS two simple, effective techniques you can use to put a stop to these toxic tactics. (This was my favorite part of the interview! GREAT INFO!) …and then, don't miss Part 2 when it releases on Thursday where we're diving into the question “Can a Narcissist recover and change their ways??” This info will change your life, Sis. I know because I recently had a personal encounter with narcissism and I was equipped to protect myself from the abuse. I want you to be equipped too! Cheering you on with faith and joy! Katie P.S. Have an idea for a future podcast episode? Send an email to Katie@KatieHedrick.com and tell me what you want and need to hear more about, Sis! Find today's show notes and links at KatieHedrick.com/Narcissism ————————— Faith Fueled Breakthrough, Katie's brand new, go-at-your-own-pace Life Coaching course is coming soon! This self-guided program will help you breakthrough from the junk in your past so you can live a more abundant future, as you step into your true identity and purpose. If you've been waiting for a chance to experience Biblical-based life coaching at an affordable price, this is it. Don't miss the launch! Join the waitlist at FaithFueledBreakthrough.com ————————— Ready to grow forward and step into all that God has for your life? Check out Katie's Life Coaching programs (designed for Jesus-loving, growth minded moms) at LearnFromKatie.com Looking for a tribe of like-minded sisters? Join Katie's Facebook group at GrowthMindedMoms.com Have questions or want to connect with Katie? Send an email to Katie@KatieHedrick.com
Yazar Ahmet Ümi̇t'in, 1996'da yayınlanan Sis ve Gece kitabı, polisiye edebiyatın önemli dönüm noktalarından biri olarak kabul edilir. Sis ve Gece, 25. yılında yeniden basılırken Ahmet Ümit, aradan geçen 25 yılda edebiyatta ve ülkede yaşanan değişimleri, siyasal İslam'ın ve devletin geldiği noktayı, son kitabı Kayıp Tanrılar Ülkesi'ni, hayata ve aşka dair görüşlerini Kemal Göktaş ile konuştu: “Sis ve Gece'de devleti̇n içindeki askerler ve siviller çatışıyordu. Bugün siyasal İslam ile eski derin devlet uzlaşmış durumda” “Siyasal İslam düşüncesinden demokratik bir yapının çıkması ihtimali çok zor” “İnsan tuhaf bir yaratık, iyilik ve kötülüğü bir arada taşıyan bir varlığız. Bizi var eden de bu” “Salt iyilikten ibaret bir insan mutlu olmaz” “İyi diye aşık olmuyoruz, kötü diye aşık oluyoruz, yıkıcı olana aşık oluruz. Hakikati görüyoruz ve aşk bitiyor.” “Selvi Boylum Al Yazmalım'da Asya'nın aklı hep İlyas'ta kalacak” “Bizde sofiistike cinayetleri devletler ya da örgütler işler” “Reel sosyalizm insan doğasına uygun değildi çünkü insanı iyi olarak kabul ediyordu” “Yeni toplumun merkezi insan değil, doğa olmalı” 2017 yılında Sabah gazetesine söylediği “Hepimiz ayni gemideyiz” sözü i̇le neyi kastetti?: “Erdoğan'ın Gezi olaylarından sonra gittiği kamplaştırma stratejisini yıkmak için hepimiz aynı gemideyiz dedim. Tayyip Erdoğan'ın elinden bu si̇lahı almak i̇çi̇n kurduğum bir cümleydi” “Bugün olsa aynı gemideyi̇z lafını kullanmam” “Sabah gazetesine söyleşi verdiğim için pişman değilim ama bugün vermem” “20 yıl politik İslam'ın önerilerinin bize yıkım getirdiğini gösterdi" “Artık demokratik bir Türkiye'yi kurmak mümkün” “Tarih, 20 yıl içinde bir düşünceyi kaldırdı, çöpe attı. Beni umutlu kılan şey bu”
Welcome to BARBERSHOP CONFIDENTIAL the Podcast Episode 61! is sponsored by CREATIVE THRDS, San Diego based clothing brand. please go follow them on Instagram @CreativeThrds EP. 61 Welcome back! Co Host Gen brought her sister Ady, had a fun conversation. Sis came and shared a little insight on the co host. Good fun convo with these two lovely ladies. As always we had a dope conversation, telling you about our funny experiences! An all around good fun convo, with great vibes. As always my guest and I never intend to offend anyone with our opinions, BUT if you offended figure it out. WE DO NOT CARE. During this unreal time with COVID-19 and all other distractions I hope my podcast can bring you some entertainment and distract you from all the negative bullshit content online. As always THANK YOU for listening and supporting, I hope you continue to listen and enjoy the conversations between my guests and I, Huge shout out to all of you! any questions or comments please email at If you have the time, please give the podcast a review on Apple Podcast. Podcast@barbershopConfidential.com https://bscpdcst.wixsite.com/bscpodcast PLEASE follow us on Instagram @BarbershopConfidential Co-Host: Genises (@genllab) Guest: (@adyy___) Twitter: @ThisPodcastTho
The routes for the 2022 Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes were revealed in Paris so now the riders know what awaits them next July. The 109th edition of the men's Tour will start on Friday, July 1 with a time trial in Copenhagen, followed by two stages in Denmark before a transfer back to France where the cobbles of the Hell of the North await. The serious climbing starts with La Super Planche des Belles Filles before Alpe d'Huez returns for the first time since 2018. The Tour will visit Hautacam in the Pyrenees before a time trial at Rocamadour. The first edition of the Tour de France Femmes will kick off with a stage in Paris on the same day the men's Tour reaches the Champs-Élysées. Over the course of eight stages, the women will tackle gravel and climbs before the yellow jersey is decided on La Super Planche des Belles Filles. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe dissect the routes, assess some of the culinary highlights and ask whether the sprinters will be forced to look elsewhere for opportunities. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by Noom, the psychology-based approach to getting people on track to eating healthier. Sign up for a trial and get psychology-based support to lose the weight for good at noom.com/cycle
We were blessed to have Sis. Nita Hodges join us for IBC Chapel. She preached a tremendous message at IBC Chapel the last time she was here. You can listen to that on the podcast at Season 6:Episode 27 or this link: https://ibcpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/gods-great-memoryWe also have an interview with Sister Hodges here: https://ibcpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/interview-with-nita-hodgesIf you want to purchased any of the latest merch from IBC including crew neck sweatshirts, Yetis, sherpas and more, email email@example.com and we will connect you with details.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay! 1. Sis. Afia Raina Turner-Greenlea, joins us to talk about the 5th Annual Virtual Black Sustainability Summit, 10/23-25, 2020, as a teaser for this year's conference which begins tomorrow. For the $20 discount tix link. She is followed by an interview with Andrew Woods, Founder and Executive Director of the SF International Arts Festival and Nkechi Emeruwa. The Festival this year is Wed.-Sunday, Oct. 20-24 with in person and online performances. 3. With close with another reprise interview with Ms. Akilah Jaramogi who is Environmental Consultant, FACRP Co-Founder and CEO, Merikin Heritage Foundation CEO, Director - Maroon Women's Chamber of Cooperation. She talks to us about the Maroon Gathering or conference next month.
Been in a season of just pouring yourself our? Putting yourself last? Is this season of motherhood or life making you feel completely burnt out and overwhelmed?! Sis, it is time for you to make your burnout comeback!! I have been in the same place these past few months and I am ready to come back better than ever! Are you ready!? Let's kick burnout to the burb and tell the overwhelm to take a hike because we are here to start putting ourselves first! Let's Go! Episode Sponsored by: Morrocco Method, my favorite shampoos on the market with handcrafted raw vegan REAL ingredients good enough to actually eat. They single handedly brought my hair back to life after postpartum hair loss wreak havoc on my hair line. https://shop.morroccomethod.com and use code TheAshCarroll15 for 15% off site wide :)
n this episode, the anointing came through drippin' (drip, drip)! Guest co-host & Confidence Coach, Mo James, linked up with SJR to activate the audacity of women! On the cool W.E. needed it, but good gawd Mo read us for filth & snatched SJR's wig! The two discussed how to disrupt and do nothing, practice worthiness, identify expectation, and choose 'irresponsibility' (whaddup Eve). Instead of trying to 'fix' your family, did you ever consider rededicating them back to God? Yep...stick around for the advice segment to hear more. Sis, breathe in the celebration of your victories at every stage because you're worth it. Journey towards a happier & healthier you by plugging into BetterHelp.com/Evolve + Headspace.com/WomanEvolve. Then, join the Delegation's countdown to WomanEvolve.com/conference21 'cause everyday W.E. lit!
October is the month for show openings, it seems! Broadway News: The Broadway revival of David Mamet's American Buffalo, starring Emmy and Tony winner Laurence Fishburne, Oscar and Golden Globe winner Sam Rockwell, and Emmy and Golden Globe winner Darren Criss, will begin previews at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre the week of March 22, 2022. The limited 16-week engagement was in rehearsal when Broadway was shuttered due to COVID-19. Pass Over also closed on Broadway on Sunday, October 10. Chicken & Biscuits held their opening night on Sunday, October 10. We received a first look at the new Funny Girl revival starring Beanie Feldstein. Tina the Tina Turner Musical reopened on Friday, October 8. Adrienne Warren is playing Tina for a few more weeks before she takes her final bow on October 31. Lackawanna Blues cancelled opening night and performances on October 8th through October 10th, due to Rueben Santiago Hudson's back injury. Tina Satter's Is This A Room held its opening night on Monday, October 11.. The play stars Emily Davis as former Air Force intelligence specialist Reality Winner during her FBI investigation. Reviews have not come out yet at the time of this recording so we will read the reviews on our next episode. Casting: The national touring production of Tony-winning revival of Oklahoma! will begin performances at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 9 before heading out on a 25-city tour across the country. Leading the company is Sasha Hutchings as Laurey Williams, Sean Grandillo as Curly McLain, Chris Bannow as Jud Fry, Barbara Walsh as Aunt Eller, and Sis taking on the role of Ado Annie Carne. Follow @BwayPodNetwork on Twitter. Find co-hosts on Twitter at @AyannaPrescod and @CLewisReviews. Tickets for Is This A Room and Dana H. playing in rep at the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway are on sale NOW! Purchase HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the first of two episodes this week, Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss Tadej Pogacar's victory at Il Lombardia, the fifth and final Monument of the season. There's also all the most recent cycling news, including Arnaud Demare's win at the end of a thrilling Paris-Tours, the latest transfers and the appointment of Marion Rousse as the director of the new Tour de France Femmes, which is launching in 2022. The podcast will return with Lionel Birnie later in the week to discuss the 2022 Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes routes, which will be unveiled on Thursday. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout.
Josh Greenbaum issued a scorching blog post, "Death to all silos!" It's a tour de force of enterprise possibilities - and shortcomings. In our usual no-holds-barred interactive manner, we're going to get to the bottom of this post - including practical actions for customers, vendors, and SIs. BONUS: At the 40:00 mark, Hyoun Park makes his hits/misses video show debut with a terrific guest appearance that helps us assess remote work silos, and get to the core of how companies can act on Josh's post. See Josh's blog post at: https://eaconsult.com/2021/09/30/death-to-all-silos-with-aphorisms/.
That's a wrap from the 2021 Women's Tour. Join Rose Manley, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks as they witness the conclusion of the final stage – the longest of the race – to Felixstowe. The sun was shining, the crowds were cheering and although there wasn't a drop of rain in the air in the finishing straight the rainbow shone too. Elisa Balsamo, the recently-crowned world champion, finally grabbed a stage win for her Valcar team after going so close yesterday. We hear the reaction from Balsamo and her teammates. Lizzy's recon included a trip on a ferry, we wrap up the stories from the day's breakaway and the crash which marred the run-in before focussing on overall winner Demi Vollering. We hear from her SD Worx sports director Danny Stam. We also reveal who has won the Pédaleuse de Charme and Stacy Snyder's beautiful hand-made cup and hear from Trixi Worrack, who brought down the curtain on a long career today. We hope you have enjoyed this week's coverage. Thanks to our producers Will Jones, Adam Bowie and Huw Owen. Also to Simon Gill, to Lionel's mystery researcher and to Alasdair Lloyd-Jones and the social media team. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by NordVPN. Get up to 73% off a two-year plan: go to NordVPN.com/TCP
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside… For the second day in a row the Women's Tour finished beside the sea, this time in Clacton and for the second day in a row Lorena Wiebes won the stage. Join Rose Manley, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks on the sea front as they recap the stage. We hear from Mark Cavendish, who stopped to watch the race yesterday and was at the finish today. Lizzy heads out on her bike to give the lowdown on the course, we hear post-race reaction from Wiebes and her Team DSM teammate Pfeiffer Georgi. Plus there's Hayley Simmonds, who earned the biggest lead over the peloton so far this week, from Chloe Hosking about Trek-Segafredo's search for a stage win and focus on a couple of the riders who have had difficult days in the race. There's a discussion about what constitutes a podium finish and – Clacton Klaxon – some fascinating facts about Clacton. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout.
In this episode, hosts Rachel & Raquel talk to Ryan Maxwell, Software QA Tester for the SIS on his favorite hobby - fishing! Ryan talks about the ins and outs of the sport and shares some of his best fishing stories, including the time he caught a shark and what happened when a 40 lb fish bit onto his line.
It's another packed podcast from the Women's Tour. Join Rose Manley, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks at the famous Rossi's ice cream parlour on the seafront in Southend-on-Sea as they recap stage four. The stage was won by Lorena Wiebes of Team DSM and we hear her finish line reaction and get the thoughts of sports director Albert Timmer. Lizzy checked out the course, we hear reaction from the riders after a fast, furious run-in, and in the final part we ask race director Mick Bennett why there is no live coverage of the race – something that is a World Tour requirement. Lizzy also gives her thoughts on the fact fans cannot watch the race as it unfolds. Finally, we learn about Southend and a debate rages about ice cream flavours. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is also sponsored by the Hammerhead Karoo 2. For a limited time only get a free Hammerhead heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Karoo 2. Go to hammerhead.io and use the promo code CYCLE at check-out.
The Women's Tour had the first time trial stage in its eight-year history as the riders tackled a 16.6-kilometre circuit round Atherstone. But this was about as far from the traditional out-and-back British 10-mile time trial as you could get. Join Rose Manley, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks in the New Swan in Atherstone as they recap a stage that has turned the race on its head – and possibly put the leader's jersey out of the reach of all the riders. Hear how the time trial unfolded with our focus on the riders who sat in the hot seat – or the giant deckchair of destiny – over the course of the afternoon. We spoke to the riders who led the time trial and to Demi Vollering, who won the stage and took what could be an unassailable lead overall. Lizzy was out on the course checking out the technical aspects of a demanding course and we hear from Clara Copponi, who put up a spirited defence of the race lead she took yesterday. We also hear from World Hour record breaker Jos Lowden, Women's Tour ever-present Leah Kirchmann and Lionel finds out about the Atherstone ball game. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout.
It's homegirl-time in the sanctuary, and our good Sis, Gia Peppers, is applying BIG pressure on the enemy! As an on-air personality & entertainment journalist, she's spilling the tea on how to be a faith-led generation in a media-driven society. Our bestie SJR wants to know—what are you trying to cure with your purpose & how do you speak against the voices of inadequacy? Chile, W.E. heard a Delegation & Beyhive collab happened in this episode! Followed by advice on pivoting from a job you dislike to a position you admire. Get creative in the kitchen at HelloFresh.com/womanevolve14 & use code WOMANEVOLVE14 for 14 FREE meals, including FREE shipping + Start, run, or grow your business with Shopify.com/womanevolve & sign up for a FREE 14-day trial!
Join Rose Manley, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks as they recap stage two of the Women's Tour, which tackled ten climbs on a tough circuit in grim weather. A break of 10 riders got clear to deny a second bunch sprint and at the finish we saw Amy Pieters of SD Worx win her fourth Women's Tour stage, while Clara Copponi of France took the race lead from Marta Bastianelli. In this episode, we hear from Pfeiffer Georgi and Juliette Labous of Team DSM, who were both in the break, Pieters' teammate Demi Vollering and new queen of the mountains Elise Chabbey. Lionel investigates the link between Walsall and Brooks saddles and in the final part there's an exclusive interview by Orla Chennaoui with Olympic silver medallist Elinor Barker, who shared some big news today… The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout.
This Nation Of Islam Sunday Lecture is entitled "9/11" delivered by Student Minister Ishmael Muhammad (National Assistant to The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan). Opening inspiring words by Bro. Daniel Muhammad & Sis. Niyah Muhammad. please visit NOI.org & Store.FinalCall.com *To make a donation please visit SupportFarrakhan.com Visit: FinalCallRadio.com
One of the things that I've said (and will continue to say) is that while Western medicine has its benefits, it's not the end all be all when it comes to your overall health and wellness. And while I'm grateful for Western medicine, it doesn't quite get to the root cause of an ailment the way that Eastern medicine does. On my journey to decolonizing my mind when it comes to being more intentional with my wellness, I've been doing what I can to learn about traditional and alternative medicine. That's why I'm so excited to introduce you to Francesca Isaac, a licensed Acupuncturist and fellow island girl. Francesca fell in love with the philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine while receiving treatments for severe menstrual cramps. After graduating with her bachelor's degree in biology, she spent 3 years studying acupuncture at the Tri-state College of Acupuncture in New York City. Today, Francesca is here to share her expert knowledge on acupuncture and how it pertains to your wellness. We discuss how acupuncture can aid your menstrual cycle. She also shares some tips and tricks that you can easily implement at home to alleviate your menstrual cramps and discomfort. Francesca walks us through the importance of learning and acknowledging the history of Chinese medicinal practices, especially in a world where these practices are becoming more widely available. If you're interested in the therapeutic, physical, and cosmetic benefits of acupuncture and you're ready to incorporate it into your wellness routine, this episode is for you. Listen in to this incredibly insightful episode with Francesca and pick up some pointers on the benefits of adding acupuncture into your wellness routine. A Closer Look at the Episode [5:16] How Francesca got into the field of acupuncture [7:23] Why acupuncture can aid your menstrual cycle and alleviate your menstrual cramps [8:56] Tips for keeping your pelvis warm [10:11] The benefits of using castor oil in the days leading up to your cycle and tips for using it [14:00] What is cosmetic acupuncture and acknowledging the history of Chinese medicinal practices [17:37] The benefits of Guasha and how it alleviates stress [18:30] Is cupping painful? [19:37] The evolution of Francesca's business during the pandemic [21:22] Embracing the benefits of Eastern medicine [23:23] Francesca's top book recommendations Episode Resources: Athletic Greens Free is offering a one-year supply of vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase (use code BEWELLSIS) Self-love Journal: (use code BEWELL20 for 20% off) Francesca's Website Francesca's Instagram Be Well Sis Patreon Be Well, Sis Partners: Join our FREE text community for more wellness info between episodes + to speak directly to me. Text ‘Hey Sis!' to 973-832-1684. Get your free Audible trial here! *** The above contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we earn a modest commission which helps support the production of this show. More-- Join the tribe on Instagram! Be well, Sis.
Join Rose Manley, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks as our nightly coverage of The Women's Tour kicks off following the opening stage to Banbury. Hear from Sophie Wright, teammate of stage winner Marta Bastianelli, and Anna Christian, who launched one of the most persistent attacks of the opening stage. Plus there's Lizzie Deignan, who lines up as defending champion and newly-crowned Paris-Roubaix winner, Christine Majerus, Amy Pieters and Elisa Longo Borghini. Lizzy outlines what we can expect to see over the coming five days after a number of potential winners were ruled out. Will this be a race won by the sprinter who can time trial best or can someone gain enough time against the clock to hold off the time bonus chasers? We also ask what the impact of a brutal debut edition of Paris-Roubaix may have on the six-day stage race. Plus, we discuss Banbury Cakes and ask what the nursery rhyme is all about. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is also supported LinkedIn Jobs. To post a job ad for free and find the right candidate for your company go to LinkedIn.com/cycle
In this feature length episode from Paris-Roubaix Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie take us on a journey from Compiègne to Roubaix via some of the famous cobbles. From Saturday's first ever women's race we report from the first sector of pavé and hear from riders including Audrey Cordon-Ragot, Marlen Reusser and Lisa Brennauer. From Sunday's men's race we hear from Mitch Docker, riding his last race as a professional, and Florian Vermeersch, the revelation of the race who finished second in the Roubaix Velodrome. And we also speak to Roger Hammond and Tim Harris, Bahrain Victorious sports directors of the winner, Sonny Colbrelli, as well as his teammate Fred Wright. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by Curators of Craft. If you would like to try some Curators of Craft beer, go to CuratorsofCraft.co.uk. With the discount code Roubaix15 you can get 15% off all orders over £40 and free UK mainland delivery on all orders over £60.
The world's most pressing problems—including climate change, pandemics, and cybersecurity—cross borders. And to solve these problems, our students need international experience, believes Fanta Aw, vice president for undergraduate enrollment, campus life, and inclusive excellence at American University and Hurst Senior Professorial Lecturer at SIS. In this episode of Big World, Aw joins us to discuss the importance of international education. She shares how she became interested in international education (2:16), defines international education and cultural exchange and their differences (3:48), and discusses how international education and cultural exchanges impact our world (5:34). Aw also explains the role that international education plays in fulfilling the mission of American University's Office of Campus Life: to integrate students into a diverse learning community; promote their intellectual, social, and spiritual development; and prepare them for lifelong learning and global citizenship (7:06). Why should undergraduate and graduate students consider studying internationally (9:01)? Why do international students want to study at AU (13:21)? What are the opportunities for students to engage in international education and cultural exchange while they're at AU (14:42)? Aw answers these questions and explains why she believes international education is a sufficiently durable concept and practice to bounce back after the COVID-19 pandemic (18:44). During our “Take Five” segment, Aw shares five ways students can develop a sense of global citizenship (11:01).
Welcome back, Sis!! You are listening to a continuation of this episode of the step #4 of the "HEY GRL. Mind Your mindset!" series.Love what She Believed He Could is doing? https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SBHCThis episode was so like God! During this episode we had the honor of speaking with Felica Thomas, Public Speaker + Founder of 4HisGlorySpeak."She Believed He Could course correct!" - Felica ThomasStep #4. God's promises, will, and truth over your life.Text Reference: ”This is why the fulfillment of God's promise depends entirely on trusting God and His way, and the. Simply embracing Him and what He does.” - Romans 4:16-On this episode, we had the honor of talking with Felica Thomas as she makes her declaration of faith, "She Believed He Could Course Correct!" - Have you ever prayed for the plans that God has for you, to only be given the power of choice and you decide what you want after all? Felica talks about the humanity of ministry and how sometimes we choose to walk in feelings rather than faith. How the path of longevity, suffering, and sacrifice has never felt/looked good to flesh (mankind) but often times that's where God is leading us from. All that to say, Felica didn't always feel what she spoke out and unto His people, but yet she kept the faith!Hallelujah!!Press play to hear more about Felica and if you find yourself identifying with her story or this season of her life. Be sure to connect with her at the links below. Instagram: https: https://www.instagram.com/4hisgloryspeak/Connect YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChGXMAwB7qbjFrKoW5ELrVQConnect with 4HisGlorySpeak Blog: https://4hisgloryspeak.weebly.com
Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore look back at the world road race championships in Flanders and ahead to the first ever women's Paris-Roubaix. We hear from Elisa Longo Borghini, who led her Italian teammate Elisa Balsamo out to victory in Flanders, and from the British riders Lizzie Deignan and Anna Henderson. There are also interviews with two riders who were retiring after the road race: Ruth Winder and Anna van der Breggen, who exits with her legacy secured as one of the all-time greats. And we hear from the chief executive of Flanders Classics, Tomas Van Den Spiegel, about his vision for women's racing in Flanders. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is supported by Babbel, the fun and effective way of learning a new language, using bite-sized lessons to teach you words and phrases that you will actually use in the real world. Right now, Babbel is offering our listeners six months free with a purchase of a 6-month subscription. Go to Babbel.com/play and enter the promo code CYCLING.
What's up Being Eve squad!! I am so pumped up for this episode... Who Am I? It's been on my list and finally, I'm glad that I get this chance to talk about it. In 2019, I had all my plans, my goals, my vision and declarations of everything I wanted to achieve listed down! But in the midst of everything, things were and felt a little bit off. Things were happening, but they weren't going as planned. We were met with a lot of adversity, but I would NOT let it stop or sway me away from my goals! Movement is life! It's in our human nature to typically call it quits when we stumble across an obstacle that we feel is greater than us... Sis, you can conquer it and move forward with your plans! Do you want to know how? Stay tuned in to the end of this podcast as I share with you all a ton of gems to take home. Discussed in this episode: The journey of Who Am I Learning how to embrace the hard truths about yourself Letting go of the old, to journey into the new The importance of spending quality time with God Mentioned in this episode: 1.38 The Increase ORDER Your copy of Being Eve in Adams World: https://www.beingeve.com/freebook-go Click on the links below to dial in and stay encouraged: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/being.eve/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Casey.BeingEve/ Website - www.beingeve.info Thanks for Tuning In! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends by CLICKING SHARE! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/casey-alexis/message
Have you been feeling like something's missing in your relationship with God? Like you know who he is in your head but you're waiting for your heart to catch up? Are you frustrated because it seems like other Christian sisters around you are experiencing God deeply and you're still in the shallows?I've been there!Stuck in the place of knowing who God is on the surface but not being able to access Him personally and intimately in my life. If this is where you are Sis, then this episode is for you!We're going to dig into some of the lies that have kept you from building a deep relationship with God and give you some practical yet easy steps to start nurturing and growing your relationships with God today!Let's Go!!FREE Discover Your Worth Workshop Coming October 14th- bit.ly/mtsisterhoodbit.ly/traumacoach - Coachingronicacormier.com- Learn Morebit.ly/mtsisterhood- FB Mama Trauma Sisterhood Grouphttps://www.instagram.com/ronicacormier97/-Connect On Instagram info@ ronicacormier.com- CONNECT/COACHING/COLLABS
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Creator of the Saved Girl Summer Manual, Brittany White, is bringing the heat to every season! Sis is kickin' it with SJR & proving that as women, W.E. can be all the things! Boughetto at 'Club Walmart', content in the middle of waiting, balanced while shifting identities, & affirmed as women by our younger selves. Why did SJR put on the whole armor of Iyanla: Fix My Life to read us our rights? Shortly after, Eve tried to drown Brittany's homework, but Mary understood the assignment! This episode explores how to honor your calling & jump into action, so tap-tap-tap-in! Support our partners at Noom.com/Evolve + Try.Scribd.com/Evolve + Rothys.com/Evolve. Tell them W.E. sent you!
In this week's episode we dissect a thrilling men's road race at the world championships in Flanders: a race hailed by some as the greatest world championship road race in history, played out in front of a crowd estimated at a million. We hear from some of the riders who contributed to the drama and excitement: Belgium's Yves Lampaert, Neilson Powless of the USA, Tom Pidcock of Great Britain and Remi Cavagna, a French teammate of the winner, Julian Alaphilippe. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by NordVPN. Get up to 73% off a two-year plan: go to NordVPN.com/TCP
A text from my girlfriend is the tone of my heart over here as I am a living poof of what manifesting your life can prove to you only if you never give up! She says, “I can't believe you're there for so long! Yes! This is a dream come true. I just keep thinking about our goals- Lululemon goals and visions on my river deck with Sabrina. You wrote about the castles. I'm doing goals and visions in Nicaragua. People don't understand how REAL it really is!!! Mine is so similar too! So many things are close to what I wrote and have either happened or are happening!!! Write that shit down and manifest it. It's not always easy as it unfolds because the path isn't as we expect it to be … but man, it's awesome when it all aligns!! Sis, I am so proud of you and so incredibly overjoyed for you!!! #fullheart” It's so real and my opportunity is now to share the depths of what once was a dream, a thought, an idea gosh really a fantasy for a long time till it wasn't! Till it became my reality and because it's my reality it is up to me now to embrace this, engage in this and adore every step! By the power of the mind and tongue along with the believe in the Lord I truly do believe anything is possible! So here is the catch in life! The hidden key among the manifestation of course!!!! The key is there are two rules to follow at all times Rule #1- Never Give Up Rule #2- Never forget rule #1 Dive in with me on a few experiences, stories and also opportunities that have presented themselves over here! I'll take these series to reflect, share and a way to always have this time bottled up with you! I have some recommendations on behalf of hotels, restaurants and movies that I hope you can watch soon - they were so touching and really got us in the right mindset on our way over! Germany is beautiful and I'm honored to have this chance to share with you! What's your dream? What your thought? What is your idea? What is your fantasy? Whatever it is I dare you to write in down, label it, believe it and never give up on it! Like Dre said- “write that shit down! It's more real than you think!” Xoxo Camie Cragg
What Up, Squad!I did a live stream on my recently re-launched Facebook group that I am excited to share with you in today's episode. I talk about some of the simple steps and mindset shifts that I had to make as a brand new coach to get to my first 10K month!I spent most of 2020 being an entrepreneur who had no idea where my next client was going to come from. I was leaning on the hope that things were going to work out. But being an entrepreneur with an intent to transform lives, no one's life was being changed, including mine. Well, now I am confident in my process, my transformational promise and my ability to sell and scale in a sustainable way. I know exactly where my next clients are going to come from. However, none of this is external. It is all in internal shifts that I had to make and continuously work on. Everything had to do with me! I had to deal with my negative money and sales beliefs. I had to change how I was showing up in the world and in my business. Remember, as I always say, your community is a reflection of you. So, you've got to work on yourself first and show up with certainty.That is how I broke the barriers and got to consistent 10K months. This is available to you too, Sis! In this episode, we discuss:Having conversations.Letting people know specifically what it is that you do.Putting offers in front of people.********************************************************************Apply to join Purposed to Profit™ Elite: Group Coaching Program by clicking HERE and we'll discuss how we can work together.Join my FREE private Facebook Group The High-Ticket Doc™| High-Ticket Coaching For Women Doctors by clicking HERE and you'll access my Free training on The Secret to High-Ticket as a Brand New Coach.***********************************************************************Join the POP Squad Inner circle and get messages from me, Text 'PURPOSE' to 954-758-8498.Want to take the first step to overcome procrastination? Click here to take the Productive on Purpose Procrastination Personality Test! (You will also be added to my email list.)
It's hill-climb season once again in the UK. In this episode Tom Whalley and Lizzy Banks discuss what could be the UK's steepest climb. Could it even be the steepest climb in the world? Simon Warren, author of 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs, and Ben Lowe, the creator of Veloviewer, talk us through their attempts to climb and measure the gradiant of Bamford Clough. Lizzy also speaks to Rebecca Richardson, one of the UK's top hill-climbers, about the balancing act of life and how she still manages to get to the top. Lizzy and Rebecca take on Winnats Pass where the national hill climb championships will take place on October 31. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by Calm, the mental wellness app. Get 40% off a premium subscription by going to calm.com/cycle And by LinkedIn Jobs. Recruit the right person for your organisation. Go to linkedin.com/cycle
Rev. Flo Shaw is the Director of the World Network of Prayer (https://www.worldnetworkofprayer.com/). In this message titled, Open for Business, Sis. Shaw speaks about the need to be continually about the Father's business. To learn more about General Conference Tours mentioned in the intro, visit go2ibc.com/gctour.
This week on the podcast, W.E. came to slay! As a faith & fashion trendsetter, Jada West is co-hosting with SJR to chronicle her evolution from the inside out! Learn how feelings of inadequacy, a collision with confidence, and not giving up on God clothed Jada with a pure passion. Whew lawd—this episode leaps into a Hail Mary moment that's comin' straight for our edges & eyelashes! Sis, W.E. know you've experienced a special kind of hurt. So, let this be a reminder that your value, worth, and identity WILL be restored! Swing by ShopWomanEvolve.com ‘cause W.E. heard they got drip for sale & Hit up our sponsors at Skillshare.com/Evolve + Headspace.com/WomanEvolve.
Sis, your bank account NEVER lies. Dr. Venus is not blaming you, and she comes from a place of love, but if you are not thriving, take the case that YOU have something to do with it. Manifesting is a power each of us have, yet there are many reasons we don't get purposeful and intentional about what it is we want or take the necessary action to get there. The world can feel cray-cray, very negative, and it's normal to feel hopeless and frustrated…if you are average. When you are average, you get pulled in by the currents of the latest catastrophe, celebrity gossip, or the most recent case of blatant racism/sexism/classism, etc. But YOU are not average. This week, Dr. Venus talks about INTENTIONALLY manifesting profit from a place of purpose instead of pain or problems. She also gives resources to become a conduit for money at an energetic level. Key Takeaways: [5:55] We are built to manifest, and it is our divine birthright. Every human has an intrinsic power within themselves to manifest, but society and culture often makes us believe that we can't, or don't have it within us. We are often in survival mode, using our power to survive instead of purposefully manifesting. As Black Women, we pray from a place of desperation and need, and we typically manifest from there as well. [9:16] You are a part of something bigger than yourself. You are cultural consciousness, not just individual consciousness. [10:54] Dr. Venus speaks about the two types of manifestation: she found life saving resources of food and clothes in church, but it came from the prayers of need and pain. Her first million dollar home was manifested from a deep knowing and setting her intentions on what it was she wanted and what it would feel like when she got it. [12:48] Both experiences showed Dr. Venus the power of manifestation, but the second one was from a clear intention that activated in her what was possible when you get aligned and clear. [15:47] So often we get caught up in the human race's consciousness and go with the flow, and there is nothing wrong with that, but more comes when we are focused and intentional. Dr. Venus gives the example of the March, and how true change came from our leaders focusing their intention and taking inspired action. [19:11] If you need to see how you are manifesting, look at your money. [21:17] Whatever we believe we will get from a certain person or experience usually comes true. Dr. Venus discusses changing up her belief systems when it comes to working with certain people including White Women, and giving them the space to show up and be trustworthy and productive. [23:57] Black Women are the measure, and it is up to us to heal, speak up, and stand up for ourselves. We must manifest what is possible and not from our pain and not from something petty. [24:01] DDr. Venus is committed to helping birth Black Women Billionaires learn to step into their purpose and passion. We can learn from past betrayals and feel the emotions that come with them, but we can't get stuck and let us block our future. [26:55] Commit to manifesting that which moves you forward. In order to fully heal and create purposefully, you have to shift from “me” to “we”. [28:17] If you start saying and believing that Black Men love you, they need you, and they are trustworthy, you will attract ones that fit the mold. [29:11] When you stand in your power, you set the example for young women and generations to come. They will see your strength and model it. Dr. Venus saw her Nana model grace and mercy, two qualities that help her deeply today. [30:22] You have to be willing to win energetically from your heart first. If you are constantly dwellimg in how you have been wronged, this will hold you back and keep you blocked. The things that have happened to you may not be your fault, but they are your problem and responsibility to heal. [32:01] You are not average and not regular. You are exceptional, and once you fully know this, manifesting from a place of pain to manifesting from purpose will be easy. Dr. Venus's intention is to empower you and your power. [34:34] You need to be committed to winning and accountable, and Dr. Venus will provide numerous resources and support to her Black Women that step up. [34:43] If you are the only one around that has money or need to keep people small so you can feel big, that is not real winning. True wealth is being able to help those around you and change the infrastructure to help generations to come. Quotes: “If you need to see how you are manifesting, look at your money.” “Commit to manifesting that which moves you forward.” “You are not average and not regular. You are exceptional.” “ It is an intentional choice, I am manifesting billionaires, called YOU!” Mentioned: Dr. Venus Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram “Hot Mess Millionaire” Amazon Pilot “Hot Mess Millionaire” Complete Series (https://www.youtube.com/c/DrVenusOpalReese) Pre order the GurrlApp here: www.TheGurrlApp.com/presale Free Gift When You Join The Truth Tribe The Black Woman Millionaire Hot Mess Edition ATTENTION BLACK WOMEN: If you want to be THE FIRST to know about ALL things Dr. Venus' tech start-up, fill out the form below so you get access FIRST to updates, launches, and the behind the scene scoop! http://bit.ly/DrVenusAppInfo RESOURCES Are You Manifesting Pain? Manifesting Your Soul's Purpose with Dr. Wayne Dyer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nIAwUJv2Eo Life Visioning Kit: A Step-by-Step Process for Realizing Your Highest Potential You Can Heal Your Life (Gift Edition) The Prophet (A Borzoi Book) Hardcover – September 23, 1923 Wayne Dyer - Power of Intention part 1
THIS IS WHAT DOING THE WORK LOOKS LIKE.Ok, so I know I harp on about how incredibly important it is to do the INNER work...To make peace with your past and to create the life you desire by letting go of the beliefs that hold you back…And maybe you've thought “yeah, yeah Erika, but HOW?!” - It feels impossible at times”....Or maybe you've heard me speak about The SISTAHOOD and wondered what it's like to work with me inside of this incredible community. Well this week on the podcast you're in for a treat Sis!You're going to hear first hand what “doing the work” actually looks like from the women who are showing up and doing itThese women have completely transformed their lives (and the lives of the people they love the most) In this episode you'll hear about how you can go from feeling lost and lacking purpose to transforming your life and healing generational trauma.How working on yourself directly impacts your confidence and leadership skills and your ability to influence your teams, co-workers and clients (plus helping you thrive in your career and smash your financial goals).How you can actually end people pleasing for good and learn how to use your voice, speak your truth and stand in your values.How doing the work helps you evolve as a human being, thrive from within and be an example for your children.I hope you see yourself in these women's stories because they are women just like you and I.Doing the work within a community to support you, guide you, keep you accountable and uplift you when you feel down is THE most incredible part of the Sistahood.It's been my honour to witness these women and ALL of the Sistas who have come through our amazing community.Did these stories resonate with you? Are you ready to put yourself first and finally work on you?Join us in the Sistahood now!Join Liliana for the Kindness Challenge this HalloweenResources mentioned:Book:The Power of NowPodcast:Eckhart Tolle: Essential TeachingsByron Katie:https://thework.com/Ready to reclaim your confidence? Grab my International Best Selling book ‘Confidence Feels Like Shit' - AUDIOBOOK out now or get a signed copy here!Where To Connect With Erika:Instagram: @thequeenofconfidenceFacebook: @TheconfidencequeenYouTube: The Queen Of ConfidenceLinkedIn: https://au.linkedin.com/in/erika-cramer-ab695571Coach with me - The Sistahood Program: https://thequeenofconfidence.com/sistahood/Website: www.thequeenofconfidence.com
Richard Moore is in Bruges for the World Championship time trials and he checks in with Lionel Birnie to discuss Sunday's elite men's race. It was a neck-and-neck battle between defending champion Filippo Ganna and home favourite Wout van Aert. We hear from four-time world champion Tony Martin, who confirmed his intention to retire after this week's races, from Ireland's Marcus Christie, whose story we featured in a Friends of the Podcast episode earlier this year, and from Dan Bigham. Looking ahead to Sunday's men's road race we speak to Kasper Asgreen about the star-studded Danish team and wonder how they will take on the Belgians and Italians and from Tim Declercq, who was born in Leuven, about racing a World Championships in his home town. Finally, following the tragic death of Danish rider Chris Anker Sorensen, a former Giro d'Italia stage winner who in retirement became an integral part of Danish TV's Tour de France coverage, his friend and colleague Brian Nygaard pays tribute. Coming later this week are an episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin, Mitch Docker meets Hannah Barnes in Life in the Peloton and Service Course returns too. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is also supported by Curators of Craft, a company set up by cycling fans Kate and Graeme who pride themselves on discovering some of the best beers independent brewers have to offer. To get 15% off all orders over £40 and free UK mainland delivery on all orders over £60 use the code WORLDS15
Description: In this episode, SJR connects with Jamell White, who shared her testimony of God's grace in grief & Sis, W.E. felt that for somebody! Bruising her heel, tragedy changed the way Jamell walks as a mom, in her profession, and with God—but it didn't keep our girl from crushin' it! Discover how obedience & transformation is rooted in the longevity of her vision with #TaylorsWorld. Then, meet us in the comments to discuss an exit strategy for the boss babes, tips on blending families, and finding your tribe in business. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured as a guest co-host or to ask ya girl SJR for advice! Listeners can seek grief counseling at BetterHelp.com/Evolve + take the stress out of mealtime with HelloFresh.com/WomanEvolve14.