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Best podcasts about slows

Latest podcast episodes about slows

The Lead with Jake Tapper
Biden scores big win as Senate approved $3.5T budget plan; Public health experts urge local leaders to mandate vaccines; Official: Taliban could be cut off and take Kabul within weeks; Pace of price surge slows in July as economy shifts

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 36:56


Biden critics balk at massive $3.5T budget blueprint; Manchin raises “serious concerns” about $3.5 trillion budget; White House faces delicate balancing act to advance Biden's priorities; L breaks hospitalization record, gets hundreds of ventilators; Judge grants temporary restraining order again Texas governor's ban on mask mandates; Oregon institutes indoor mask mandate after record new cases; San Antonio judge approves temporary stop to gov's ban on masks in schools; Austin, Dallas, San Antonio among cities requiring masks in schools despite Gov. Abbott's mask ban; Pace of price surge slows in July as economy shifts To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Marketplace Minute
Hiring among private employers slows in July, report shows - Midday - Marketplace Minute - August 4, 2021

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 1:50


There were 330,000 new private-sector jobs in July, according to ADP; GM posts $2.8 billion profit, boosted by higher prices; Toyota, Honda also report billions in profits; cruise bookings nearly double at Royal Caribbean

NAB Morning Call
Real yields reach lows, vaccine reach slows

NAB Morning Call

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 13:32


Tuesday 27th July 2021 Whilst US equities edged to all-time highs, the real yields on US Treasuries sank to new lows. NAB's Rodrigo Catril talks about how expectations for tapering by the Fed could be pushed back, as the recovery slows. The take-up of vaccines in the US isn't helping, with the seven-day average of daily jabs now at the lowest level since early January. In the UK infection rates are falling – but still very high – but hospitalisations are increasing. Whilst in the Sydney region lockdowns are likely to last longer, with almost 400k people claiming disaster payments, according to today's AFR. So, plenty of reason for caution, and the waiting game is on for the response from the Fed later this week.

Money Talks
China's GDP growth slows to 7.9% in second quarter | Money Talks

Money Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 3:19


China's economic recovery slowed significantly in the second quarter, amid rising prices and cooling manufacturing activity. GDP numbers showed 7.9-percent growth - a huge fall from the previous quarter. So what does this mean for the future of China's economy? Michelle Hennessy brings us this analysis. #China #GDPGrowth #Manufacturing

Money Talks
Netflix plans gaming venture as subscriber growth slows | Money Talks

Money Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 6:29


Shares of Netflix have fallen after the video streaming giant revealed it lost hundreds of thousands of subscribers in the US and Canada, as more people emerged from lockdowns. So now it's attempting an entertainment industry hat-trick. Netflix has already changed the TV and movie landscapes. Now it wants to do the same for video games. It's part of a bid to keep customers from switching to other platforms, or leaving their screens for the outside world. For more, we spoke to Paolo Pescatore in London. He's a telecommunications, media and technology analyst and founder of PP Foresight. #Netflix #Subscribers #Streaming

Running Inside Out Podcast
101: The Walking Really Slows You Down - with Ellie Pell

Running Inside Out Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 81:17


Ellie Pell is back! (For some of you, it might seems like maybe she never left

ETF Edge
SPAC Spigot Slows & WisdomTree's Momentum Move

ETF Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 32:20


CNBC's Bob Pisani spoke with Jeremy Schwartz, Global Head of Research at WisdomTree Asset Management, Mark Yusko, Founder and C-I-O of Morgan Creek Capital Management, and Andrew McOrmond, Managing Director at WallachBeth Capital. They discussed the battle between growth and value and the tug-of-war between fundamentals and market cap-weightings in the world of ETFs. Plus, the sea of SPACs may have quieted for now, but what's ahead for the second half? Will we see a resurgence even as the IPO market picks up steam? In the 'Markets 102' portion of the podcast, Bob continues the conversation with Jeremy Schwartz from WisdomTree.

The Lead with Jake Tapper
Biden renews outreach plans as vaccination pace slows, aggressive Delta variant spreads in U.S.; Florida braces for Elsa as crews continue to search in Surfside;

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 38:13


Biden outlines COVID shots strategy as Delta variant spreads; White House: Biden admin will aim to get more vaccines to doctors' offices, employee work sites & mobile clinics; Biden: Delta variant should make people think twice about not getting vaccinated; Poll: 6% of Dems vs. 47% of GOP likely won't get a COVID vaccine; Israeli gov't: Pfizer vaccine 93% effective against severe illness in June, down from 97% in May; Biden to push for “human infrastructure” plan Wednesday in hopes of deal before August recess; 4 more victims found in Surfside rubble; Death toll now at 32; More federal investigators arrive at surfside collapse; Tropical Storm Elsa nears hurricane strength, complicates search at condo collapse site; Landfall expected tomorrow north of Tampa; FBI releases new videos of January 6 capitol attack; Capitol officers say not enough being done to fix security failures as fears grow of more violence; How presidential friends influence American politics; New book explores how best friends shaped U.S. presidents; U.S. military: troop drawdown 90% complete in Afghanistan; Afghan translator in U.S. faces deportation for being forced o give bread to Taliban as a child; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays
President Joe Biden announces plan to reach low vaccination areas; 4 more bodies found in Florida condo collapse, as storm Elsa slows search and rescue efforts; California bill to expedite access to end of life medicine for terminally ill advances

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 59:58


KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays
Death toll in Florida condo collapse hits 28, storm Elssa slows rescue efforts; President Joe Biden declares “independence” from the COVID-19 pandemic on Independence Day, calls vaccinations patriotism; Former CEO found guilty in killing of Be

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 59:59


One Rental At A Time
INVESTORS START TO WIN Deals as Real Estate Market Slows Down. Time for Great DEALS

One Rental At A Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 8:56


The Jubal Show
The Jubal Show slows down audio for your amusement and it's hilarious!

The Jubal Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 60:35


The Jubal Show are slow talkers in hilarious new segment, Jubal Fresh wants to know which bird is a rat, the purple teletubby is breaking up with his girlfriend in this Dirty Little Secret, De'Shawn may have tik toked his date away in a new First Date Follow Up and another round of Alex vs. England!Jinxy the Clown (Jubal Fresh) calls Mike to let him know that he's coming over to do more than just entertain at his son's birthday party! Let us know what you think on social!Follow us at: @thejubalshow @jubalfresh @thatdreas @evanontheradio

The Property Academy Podcast
Data Day – What's Happening In the Market Right Now? House Price Growth Slows ... But Rents Pick Up⎜Ep. 654

The Property Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 15:11


In this episode, we review the latest data on the NZ property market and discuss how the market is performing right now. This includes an analysis of why property growth hasn't slowed as much as some may have feared, and which metric has picked up over recent months. We also mention that you are invited to our red-carpet premiere screening of our new video series on 15th July 2021. This is solely in Christchurch, so if you are based in the Garden City, come along. We will also announce more details about the video series at our upcoming property investment webinar. It's on 6th July. Click the link to register.

Free Neville Goddard
Why Scripting Slows You Down

Free Neville Goddard

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 9:59


Why Scripting Slows You Down

Nostalgie - Le Top 5
De vos slows d'été

Nostalgie - Le Top 5

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 1:59


Qui dit été, dit slows d'été.. Quels sont vos slows d'été préférés ? On voit ça dans le top 5 !

SportSquire
SQ Wellness Corner: Proof Is In The Pudding; Science Backed Ways Exercise Improves YOUR Brain/Body

SportSquire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 14:01


In this week's SportSquire Wellness Corner, Brad highlights and reads an article (link below) that captures the science-backed benefits of regular exercise. The 6 Science Backed Ways Exercise is beneficial to your body and mind: 1.) Reduces Inflammation 2.) Reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke 3.) Slows the aging process 4.) Promoted “New Brain Cells” 5.) Helps Treat and Prevent Depression 6.) Reduces risk of dementia https://www.forbes.com/sites/alicegwalton/2017/05/23/6-ways-exercise-benefits-the-body-and-brain/

Global 3000: The Globalization Program
Brazil: The city of Belo Horizonte slows down

Global 3000: The Globalization Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 6:33


Traffic controls, extensive bike paths and paved sidewalks aren't exactly common in Brazil. The city of Belo Horizonte is setting a good example with its transport planning. A low speed limit zone and children's play areas have transformed one area.

Striving to be Spiritual
Nausea and Pregnancy Sickness Playbook: When Pregnancy Slows you Down [Pregnancy Series]

Striving to be Spiritual

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 21:18


This is one of the most dreaded parts of pregnancy for me. I HATED being nauseated and sick.   Giving me a review on iTunes helps this podcast to be found by those who need it! If you could take a minute to give me a review, I would really appreciate it!    Link to my course Expecting Enlightenment: I designed a course around these six or so weeks of sickness that can feel like hell. These mental tools helped my mind and I feel strongly that they can help yours too!  https://pregnancyishard.thinkific.com   Here is the Facebook Page for Pregnancy is hard: I have documented my journey of my fourth baby on this page and have other juicy and good tips for enjoying pregnancy better.  https://www.facebook.com/pregnancyishard   Here is the Pregnancy is Hard Support Group on Facebook: Let's offer support, help and fun for those in the trenches of pregnancy!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/165102315544693   Here is my Facebook Page for the Podcast: I do frequent live (short) videos of thoughts and tools to implement from the podcast  https://www.facebook.com/MelioraMentor   Here is my instagram: @melioramentor   Here is my YouTube: (Encouragement put into easy to access playlists!) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr_AzPUumAMz-yZ_y2J06Cw   E-mail me at: melioramentor@gmail.com

The Opener
Steve Cishek Slows Everything Down

The Opener

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 3:41


Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has gotten even better, Cishek uses slow pitches to induce slow contact, and Matt Manning will try to avoid the longball in his major league debut.

WSJ Minute Briefing
U.S. Stocks End Lower as Retail Spending Slows

WSJ Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 2:11


Energy stocks outperform in S&P as tech shares lag. U.S. and EU agree to suspend Airbus-Boeing trade fight. Charlie Turner reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Luxury Travel Insider
Bhutan | Six Senses Lodges: Gross National Happiness, A Place Where Time Slows Down, and The Value of Kindness

Luxury Travel Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 40:07


Today we visit the magical Kingdom of Bhutan. My guest Sally Baughen is the General Manager of five newly built Six Senses lodges situated across five diverse valleys - rich with experiences, natural beauty, and surprising new ways to look at life. Though you can visit each lodge independently, the wellness gurus at Six Senses have designed it as a kind of journey - traveling through the country focusing outward on the experiences and culture and inward on your own experience of wellness. In Punakha you might visit locals in a rice paddy by day and focus on sleep rituals and relaxation in the evening. In Gangtey you might visit an ancient monastery and focus on mental wellbeing. Sally and I discuss the back story behind Gross National Happiness, the gorgeous hiking opportunities, and how the experience of Bhutan reminds us all to live just a little bit kinder. Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn

The Smart 7
Ep 352. Zero deaths but Scotland slows lifting of restrictions, Keir Starmer opens up to Piers, support for Naomi Osaka and alarm clock goes viral...

The Smart 7

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 7:18


Today's episode includes the following:https://twitter.com/BBCScotlandNews/status/1399719355806531593?s=20https://twitter.com/SkyNews/status/1399687167551492096?s=20https://twitter.com/ITVNewsPolitics/status/1399740414991769600?s=20https://twitter.com/CBSNews/status/1399850292146024448?s=20https://twitter.com/MichaelDTubbs/status/1399726646127587335?s=20https://twitter.com/SkyNews/status/1399658223486095363?s=20https://twitter.com/TvKhaleesi/status/1399821263032422405?s=20https://twitter.com/GMB/status/1399636649672327174?s=20https://twitter.com/talkSPORT/status/1399797399271481361?s=20https://twitter.com/BBCBreakfast/status/1399641748792561664?s=20https://twitter.com/TheEllenShow/status/1399799286867447809?s=20The Smart 7 is a daily podcast that puts your brain into gear by telling you everything you need to know for the day in less than 7 minutes. It's a snapshot of the world, covering everything from politics to entertainment, via sport and current affairs.Please follow and spread the word!In Ireland? Why not try our Ireland Edition?Sports fan? We've got that covered too... The Sport 7.How about Science and Tech? Guess what - The Science 7!You need the Smarts? We've got the Smarts.Contact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.comPresented by Jamie East, written by Liam Thompson and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Abraham Hicks - Infinite Intelligence
#352 - Doubt Slows Things Down

Abraham Hicks - Infinite Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 9:27


New episodes daily. L earn more about The Law of Attraction, primarily through the teachings of Abraham Hicks. Improve your life and believe in the power of your mind.

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Icing Sports Injuries Slows Healing

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 1:03


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/0ITzY3wa7DA   The time-honored recommendation to put ice packs on injured extremities now comes under question with the publication of a Japanese study.  Using a mouse model, Kobe University researchers show that cold unduly delays muscle regeneration following contraction trauma that mimics a muscle tear.   Slower healing of cold tissues occurs since low temperatures impede the migration and function of pro-inflammatory macrophages.  These scavenger cells must clean up and dispose of damaged muscle before healing may commence.  After they do, they also prevent excess inflammation.   The old adage recommending RICE, that is rest, ice, compression, and elevation, may require updating and the omission of ice.  The other components continue to be helpful.   https://journals.physiology.org/doi/abs/10.1152/japplphysiol.01069.2020   #sports #injury #rice #icing #macrophages  

TokenSmart Podcast
Who Slows Down For A Market Collapse?

TokenSmart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 35:32


Sandy and Rizzle are back to talk about the implosion of the price of Ethereum and all of cryptocurrencies. Not surprisingly, that hasn't stopped TokenSmart from delivering a jam packed lineup of NFT related events throughout the week.

Mini ManifestersTM: Small Talk Big Minds
S2, E15: That inner wounded child/negative talk/monkey brain chatter SLOWS manifestation!!

Mini ManifestersTM: Small Talk Big Minds

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 14:39


Hello friends! Another manifestation update about how the negative inner chatter can bring manifestation efforts down :(, but there are easy solutions! Visit www.minimanifesters.com and drop a line with tips and your manifestation journey!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/annette408/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annette408/support

Marketplace All-in-One
The push to vaccination slows down in some parts of the United States

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 7:42


The Biden administration set a number for how much multinational companies should pay in taxes. We talk about open houses, and how they’re as much about the real estate agent as the houses themselves. There are still parts of the country where vaccines still aren’t trusted. Cheers to making it through this year! Donate today and celebrate the Marketplace way, with our stock market-inspired drink recipes: marketplace.org/givemorning

Marketplace Morning Report
The push to vaccination slows down in some parts of the United States

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 7:42


The Biden administration set a number for how much multinational companies should pay in taxes. We talk about open houses, and how they’re as much about the real estate agent as the houses themselves. There are still parts of the country where vaccines still aren’t trusted. Cheers to making it through this year! Donate today and celebrate the Marketplace way, with our stock market-inspired drink recipes: marketplace.org/givemorning

Phil Matier
Phil Matier: BART struggling to make a comeback as pandemic slows

Phil Matier

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 4:11


BART will have a high hurdle as it struggles to come back from the pandemic. New data shows the agency ranks dead last among major transit agencies nationwide when it comes to the number of passengers who've returned following the outbreak.  KCBS Radio Insider Phil Matier joined KCBS Radio News anchors Jeff Bell and Margie Shafer to discuss. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jock and Nerd Podcast
JAN 382: Nobody (2021) Review – Disney+ Growth Slows (05/19/21)

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 97:24


The gang reviews the Bob Odenkirk action-thriller, Nobody! Is Bob Chapek going to lead Disney to disaster? First look at Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe Netflix show, Amazon making the most expensive season of TV ever and more! Be a part of the show! Send us a message: speakpipe.com/jockandnerd Voicemail: (312) 248-4376 (312-248-HERO) Email:... The post JAN 382: Nobody (2021) Review – Disney+ Growth Slows (05/19/21) appeared first on The Jock and Nerd Podcast.

Understand SC
Mask mandates ending in SC as uptake of COVID vaccine slows

Understand SC

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 22:15


Just over 1 in 3 South Carolinians have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Almost 44 percent have received at least one shot. That’s good news, but health experts have been concerned about slowing demand for the vaccine. Earlier this year, it was difficult to get a vaccine appointment. Demand far outpaced supply. Now, that’s switched. South Carolina could be vaccinating many more people a day than it is right now. Citing the availability of COVID vaccines, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order this week that sought to cut down on government-mandated rules about wearing face masks, one of the primary strategies during the pandemic for mitigating the virus's spread.That order put the decision of whether students will continue to wear masks in schools in the hands of parents. It also dissolved mandates in local municipalities if those ordinances were based on prior executive orders or a state of emergency. This week, assistant Columbia bureau chief Seanna Adcox explained recent changes to mask rules in South Carolina, and health reporter Mary Katherine Wildeman shared some insight on the progress made with COVID vaccinations in the state so far — and where the process is lagging. Listen now for more.For The Post and Courier's latest coronavirus coverage, visit our COVID-19 dashboard. Understand SC is a weekly podcast from The Post and Courier that draws from the reporting resources and knowledge of our newsroom to help you better understand South Carolina. This episode was hosted and edited by Emily Williams .

The Beauty Closet
How a Tough, Gorgeous Former Race Car Driver Slows Down

The Beauty Closet

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 62:06


As the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel car racing, Danica Patrick never felt she needed to soft-pedal her gender or minimize her considerable physical appeal to make other people more comfortable. “It's that saying: The way that you treat me says nothing about me and everything about you,” she says. Patrick’s wisdom on this topic is deep and absolutely inspiring, as was our entire interview with her. A seasoned podcast host herself (her podcast, Pretty Intense, has featured guests including Kimberly Snyder, Wim Hof, and Neil deGrasse Tyson), she’s full of funny stories—she had twenty minutes to prepare for interviewing Tyson, for instance—and great, grounded advice on how to stay motivated, beautiful, and true to yourself.  (For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

World Business Report
China's population growth rate slows

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 21:13


China's population grew at its slowest pace in decades according to results of its census. The BBC's Robin Brant in Shanghai explains why a slowdown in population growth presents significant demographic challenges for the country. And we get wider context from Dr Lauren Johnson of the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. Also in the programme, a case filed with the UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal argues that millions of Apple's customers in the UK should be compensated for breaches of competition law because of how the company's App Store works. Dr Rachael Kent, lecturer in digital economy at King's College, London, is bringing the case, and tells us why. Plus, in the wake of the row over the failed creation of a European Super League for some of the continent's top football teams, the BBC's Ed Butler examines what it revealed about the real state of finances in football, and the power of fans to change things. (Picture: Babies held by nurses on a ward in China. Picture credit: Getty Images.)

Discovering  Courage Podcast
214_Friction Slows Progress

Discovering Courage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 4:30


Are you missing out on the success you say you want because of friction in your process?  Making things simpler, especially when you are starting something new, can reduce friction and increase your chances of completing what you start.  This concept shows you how!

WSJ What’s News
U.S. Job Growth Slows as Businesses Scramble to Find Workers

WSJ What’s News

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 16:45


P.M. Edition for May 7: The U.S. economy added a weaker-than-expected 266,000 jobs in April. Labor economics and policy reporter Eric Morath says the disappointing report reflects companies' struggles to hire workers, despite millions being out of work. Charlie Turner hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WSJ Minute Briefing
Hiring Slows as U.S. Employers Add Fewer Jobs Than Expected

WSJ Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 2:07


Employers added a modest 266,000 jobs in April. Federal grand jury indicts former officers in George Floyd killing. Texas Republicans pass election bill over Democratic objections. Janet Babin reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AP Audio Stories
US job growth slows sharply in sign of hiring struggles

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 1:30


AP Audio Stories
US employers added just 266K jobs in April as hiring slows

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 1:38


AP Audio Stories
US services sector slows slightly in April after record high

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 1:23


The Bay
As Pandemic Slows in the Bay, Diaspora Turns Attention to India

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 16:16


Indians and Indian Americans in the Bay Area are facing a dual reality when it comes to COVID-19: while businesses start to reopen here, COVID-19 cases and deaths are exploding in India — and many are worried for the safety of friends and family thousands of miles away. The Indian diaspora is also turning that worry into action, raising money for oxygen tanks and setting up virtual doctor's visits. Guest: Lakshmi Sarah, KQED reporter Episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/2QWM7Ht Read more of Lakshmi's reporting on Bay Area efforts to help stop COVID-19 in India: 'A Moral Obligation': South Asian Diaspora Assists COVID Efforts in India With Money and Time 'Each Hour Matters': Bay Area Couple Fundraises for India's Oxygen Crisis Make your pledge of support to The Bay here! Subscribe to our newsletter here.

Donna & Steve
Donna & Steve Slow Jam Special! Rocco put together a couple "Slows Jams" of Donna & Steve.

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 11:40


Listen along and laugh with Donna, Steve, and Grant as they react to Rocco turning their conversations into a slow jam! Plus, one of the slow jams takes them down a road that no one saw coming.

Conversations with my Higher Self
Alcohol and How it Affects Your Energetic Body. Why it Slows Down Your Spiritual Awakening.

Conversations with my Higher Self

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 57:17


In this episode, we will talk about alcohol and its effects on your energetic, emotional, mental and physical bodies. We will explain how its agregor works, its negative and positive sides. We will also share a meditation that will allow you to get your energy back from this egregor.Here is the list of question for this episode:How does alcohol work from the spiritual / energetic perspective?How would you describe this egregor?Does it take more energy than give?Why do people drink alcohol?Are there any negative effects on the energetic body?Are there any negative effects on the emotional body?Are there any negative effects on the mental body?How does the human relationship with alcohol look like on this planet?Does alcohol stop or slow down the spiritual awakening?Please enjoy!***If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consider living a short review on Apple Podcasts? It will help us to spread the word and bring more light to this world.You can also help us with upcoming episodes. Leave a review and ask a question; this question can become a topic for our next episode. We encourage you to think about a question that can be important for as big audience as possible.***Follow us:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conversationswithmyhigherselfofficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/conversationswithmyhigherself

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Afternoon Ag News, April 22, 2021: Planting progress slows as soil temperatures remain cool

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 2:36


Corn planting slows as soil temperatures remain cool. Jean Henning with the North Dakota Corn Council talks more about planting progress here in the state. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

More Money
Ep: #266: How Segmenting Your Life Slows Down Manifesting

More Money

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 49:10


Jeanne Andrus is The Menopause Guru; only she used to keep that fact mostly secret in her "private" life.  She would share anything and everything women need to know about Menopause on her Menopause Guru page, but not on her personal page.  She kept her life segmented because she was afraid of the judgment of people who didn't get it.  She was afraid that if she posted on her personal page that people would comment nasty things.  Join your host Cassie Parks as she is joined by the Menopause Guru and they discuss being over that fear and how different her life and business are because she is owning who she is! 00:45: Cassie asks Jeanne how her Future Self has been shining through. Jeanne discusses that she has been in the flow and sharing a lot of information on Menopause over the last month. 01:12: Cassie talks about recording this episode just after Menopause Awareness Month finished and asks Jeanne how she did it differently than in the past. 01:35: Jeanne talks about that she showed up, was unapologetically herself when delivering the information she wants to share with the world, and how this shift has made her more confident. 02:57: Jeanne talks about owning who she is and how she is starting to integrate being Jeanne and the Menopause Guru. 03:35: Cassie asks Jeanne if her definition of showing up has changed. Jeanne discusses that she knew what showing up meant but was fighting owning being the Menopause Guru in her personal life. 04:33: Cassie asks Jeanne how it feels to be living one life. Jeanne discusses that it feels more authentic and more connected, and discusses how she has been separating her business and personal life for a long time. 05:46: Cassie talks about Jeanne's Future Self living one life, and Jeanne talks about how her life flows between business and personal, and how she is still working on this. 06:53: Cassie talks about how that isn't going to happen again and asks Jeanne what her biggest fear was that kept her life separated. 07:05: Jeanne discusses that she was afraid of judgment because of what she talks about and was worried about how people would react if she brought her business into her personal interactions. 08:08: Cassie asks Jeanne what her biggest fear was if she showed up as the Menopause Guru in her private life, and Jeanne discusses that she was afraid people would post negative things on her page. 08:26: Cassie talks about how we have the control and the power to get what we want, but we let fear of a specific outcome stop us from doing it. 08:55: Cassie asks what the best part of showing up in all areas of her life as the Menopause Guru is, and Jeanne discusses that it is being proud owning all she has learned about Menopause and how she can help people like no one else can. 10:21: Cassie asks Jeanne why sharing that knowledge now brings so much more pride, and Jeanne discusses having people to share her message with and how she now sees that it is silly to wait for people to realize what she does when she can just tell them. 11:24: Cassie talks about how silly it is not to tell people what she does when 80% of the people who hear her message need to be told that they need her. 12:15: Jeanne gives an example of meeting someone who needed the information that she has.  13:29: Cassie points out how important it is to show up because that is how Jeanne helps clients realize that they need her, and Jeanne talks about how the people who need this information don't have it. 14:11: Cassie asks Jeanne what the Menopause Guru is changing about how Menopause is perceived, and Jeanne talks about knowing that she is going to start working with a younger clientele, so they get the information they need when they need it most. 15:32: Cassie asks Jeanne how she is going to show up to become the persons she wants to be, and Jeanne owns that she will do it brilliantly.  15:50: Jeanne talks about how the Menopause Guru is about guiding people through a major transition and how to stay true to themselves. 16:35: Cassie loves that Jeanne used brilliant and asks Jeanne about the difference between showing up brilliant instead of perfect. 17:16: Jeanne agrees and owns that she is smart, but that now she can share what she knows with others in a way that helps them. 17:53: Cassie talks about Jeanne stepping into her Future Self and becoming the brilliant person she is and asks how committing to showing up for Menopause Awareness Month has changed things. 18:53: Jeanne talks about how it started with the focus on the numbers, why she had to let that go, and how she realized that the goal, and the power, comes from just showing up and the numbers don't matter. 20:13: Cassie talks about how Jeanne was focused on the outcome, and Jeanne talks about how it was easier not to show up than to feel like a failure.   20:42: Jeanne talks about her making her goal to show up and how if she chooses not to show up, then it is on her that she failed. 21:05: Cassie talks about how Jeanne made a massive shift, and Jeanne talks about sticking to the goal of showing up. 21:57: Cassie talks about Jeanne choosing to show up no matter what, and Jeanne talks about how she gets to go skydiving because she showed up. 22:27: Cassie talks about the importance of showing up, how it took practice for Jeanne to get to this point, and that it couldn't happen until she was ready to step into being that person. 23:34: Cassie asks Jeanne how long it took to write an email when they first started working on writing them, and Jeanne owns that she wrote one a week and needed a lot of help from Cassie.  24:26: Cassie asks Jeanne about how it was different to talk to her clients last month versus in the past, and Jeanne talks about wanting to use August to get ahead, went on vacation, and ended up using what she has learned from her Future Self to write throughout September. 27:09: Cassie asks Jeanne why this was the month to commit, and Jeanne talks about being ready and wanting her business to start booming. 28:22: Cassie talks about Jeanne wanting it but not wanting to commit fully, and Jeanne discusses putting in 60 hours of work and getting 10 hours of results.  29:09: Cassie asks Jeanne how she started to see that she was putting in so much work and not getting anything done, and Jeanne discusses her husband working 12 hours a day and feeling that she should be working that whole time. 30:10: Jeanne owns that she had the right to complain if it wasn't working because she was working so hard. 30:56: Cassie asks Jeanne about working less, and Jeanne talks about being aware of when she isn't productive and knows that when she is working on the right things, she doesn't need to work 60 hours to be successful. 32:03: Cassie talks about Jeanne focusing on creating content that lands instead of just creating mass amounts of content.  32:36: Jeanne discusses how working with Cassie has helped her crate content that she can reuse, and how she knows that putting 10 to 12 hours a week into marketing now will allow her more time in the future. 33:42: Cassie talks about Jeanne wanting this business because she is creating the life she wants and that Jeanne started the month taking 3 hours to write 1 post, and now can write 3 posts in 1 hour. 34:30: Jeanne talks about posting 800 word Facebook posts and writing to the women who don't have anyone to get this information from and isn't interested in knowing all of the science behind it.  36:24: Cassie asks Jeanne what the title of her former business story is, and Jeanne says, "I'm going to tell you what you need to know." 36:48: Cassie asks Jeanne what some of the chapters to that story are, Jeanne gives a list, and Cassie talks about how her old story was very harsh and in your face.  37:36: Cassie asks Jeanne what the title of her current business story is, and Jeanne owns "You aren't going crazy; your hormones are." 32:48: Cassie asks what that means as a story title, and Jeanne talks about that women feel like they are reacting wrong to what is happening when they go through Menopause, and Jeanne wants to make it easy for women to live the life they want to. 39:18: Cassie tells Jeanne she thinks the title of her business story is "I speak to my clients so they can hear me," and Cassie talks about how differently Jeanne interacts with her clients compared to 2 years ago. 40:08: Cassie talks about how "you aren't going crazy, your hormones are" was inspired and how it was all part of the process and on the path to what Jeanne wanted.  41:24: Cassie asks Jeanne what she is excited about, and Jeanne talks about her husband's schedule and wanting him to be able to slow down and do what he wants to do, growing her business, and learning just to show up. 43:01: Cassie asks Jeanne how it feels for the business to be easier and Jeanne admits that she just needs to show up and let the Universe take care of the rest. 43:30: Jeanne talks about putting out more emails and being happy that the wrong people are getting off of her list and the right people are hearing her message. 44:29: Cassie asks Jeanne what they will be talking about a year from now after next Menopause Awareness Month and Jeanne talks about being on major morning shows and the evidence she has that that will happen. 45:36: Cassie asks Jeanne for final thoughts on people fighting their business, and Jeanne talks about getting comfortable with the work you are putting in your business and not letting other people influence what you do. 46:32: Cassie asks Jeanne about doing the work you need to be doing versus focusing on the wrong things, and Jeanne discusses not knowing what her people really wanted until she had a coach to help her see it. 47:40: Cassie clarifies that Jeanne needed someone who could be her client so she could see what her clients need to hear.

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1533: How Lifting to Failure Slows Your Gains, Exercises That Help Knee Pain, the Foolishness of Post Workout Gummy Bears & More

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 71:57


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about whether lifting to failure taxes the Central Nervous System like lifting heavy, exercises to help with knee pain, whether CBD is a positive “post workout,” and the truth about Gummy Bears as a post workout snack. Mind Pump further expands on their past podcast positions. (7:02) Science without morality is very dangerous. (19:16) The science behind apricot kernel oil found in Caldera Lab's face serum. (24:14) The times the guys had to eat soap. (29:07) Do redheads have a higher pain tolerance? (32:35) Workouts and depression. (34:29) Mind Pump addresses the voting controversy in Georgia. (36:24) Fun Facts with Justin, Doctor Seuss edition. (40:09) UFOs have exploded! (43:52) Mind Pump Recommends, Jocko Willink on the Jordan Peterson Podcast. (45:14) Justin is the new supplement thief! (50:17) #Quah question #1 – Does lifting to failure, bodybuilder style, tax the Central Nervous System like lifting heavy powerlifting type maxing? (52:14) #Quah question #2 – What are some exercises to help with knee pain? (58:59) #Quah question #3 – Is CBD a positive “post-workout” or does it prevent the positive inflammation from resistance training? (1:02:21) #Quah question #4 – Are Gummy Bears a post-workout snack? (1:05:29) Related Links/Products Mentioned April Specials: MAPS Anabolic or Shredded Summer Bundle 50% off!  **Promo code “APRILSPECIAL” at checkout** Monetary Theory Definition - investopedia.com Mind Pump #1270: Peter Schiff On The Post COVID-19 Economy & How To Thrive Number of U.S. properties bought by Chinese 2020 Tonal, the at-home fitness company backed by Amazon, hits $1.6 billion valuation on new funding round, readies for IPO Steak-umm's Twitter Account Feuds With Neil deGrasse Tyson Over Science: 'Log Off Bro' Visit Caldera Lab for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout for the discount** Do Redheads Need More Anesthesia Than Others Non-drug therapies as good as or better than drugs for treating depression in people with dementia Will Smith Pulls Production of Upcoming Movie Emancipation from Georgia Over Restrictive Voting Law Dr. Seuss Wrote 'Green Eggs and Ham' on a Bet Pentagon confirms leaked video of UFO ‘buzzing' Navy warships is genuine The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast - Season 4 Episode 13: Jocko Willink Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout* Best Workout Routine for Guys Who Can't Put on Muscle – Mind Pump Blog MAPS Fitness Prime Pro | Muscle Adaptation Programming System MAPS Prime Pro Webinar Mind Pump #1435: How To Kick Your Sugar Addiction In 5 Simple Steps Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Mike Matthews (@muscleforlifefitness)  Instagram Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff) on Twitter Brendon Ayanbadejo (@brendon310)  Instagram Connor Murphy (@connormurphyofficial)  Instagram Jordan B. Peterson (@jordan.b.peterson)  Instagram Jocko Willink (@jockowillink)  Instagram Jim Stoppani, PhD (@jimstoppani)  Instagram

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1521: How a Limited Range of Motion Slows Muscle Gain, Ways to Distinguish Between Being Sore or Injured, the Must-Haves for Longevity & Health & More

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 74:09


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about a limited range of motion inhibiting gains, how to know if you're sore or if you have a small injury, the top 5 must-haves for longevity and health, and whether the body can adapt to NEAT. Mind Pump workout and diet updates. (4:11) Why fish oil is one of the most effective recovery supplements. (15:47) The fascinating story behind the man who built The Sharper Image. (20:45) Adam is a BIG Formula 1 guy. (28:37) Mind Pump Recommends, Minari on Prime Video. (35:48) The Andrews unplug at the beach. (36:54) Playing the game with Bay Area housing prices. (40:56) How Ned's newest product Mello is blowing the guy's minds! (46:47) #Quah question #1 – Can limited flexibility or range of motion inhibit gains? (51:33) #Quah question #2 – After doing deadlifts, how to know if you're sore or if you have a small injury? (56:35) #Quah question #3 – What are the top 5 must-haves for longevity and health? (1:00:02) #Quah question #4 – Can my body adapt to NEAT in the same way it would to cardio? (1:07:56) Related Links/Products Mentioned March Specials: Get in Shape for Summer! MAPS HIIT, MAPS Spilt, and the Bikini Bundle all half off! – Promo code “SPRINGBREAK” at checkout How Phasing Your Workouts Leads to Consistent Plateau Free Workouts – Mind Pump Blog The effect of fish oil supplementation on the promotion and preservation of lean body mass, strength, and recovery from physiological stress in young, healthy adults: a systematic review What to know about fish oil benefits for bodybuilding Visit Legion Athletics for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** How one man built The Sharper Image into the world's wackiest gadget store b8ta | Santana Row Formula 1: Drive to Survive | Netflix Official Site The Price Of Gold - ESPN Films: 30 for 30 Watch Minari | Prime Video - amazon.com Sanctuary Beach Resort | Monterey Bay, CA Hotel on The Beach Real Estate Riches: How to Become Rich Using Your Banker's Money (Rich Dad's Advisors) Visit NED for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! How to Fix “Low Back” Pain (INSTANTLY!) | Mind Pump TV Build Your Hamstrings- How to Properly do Good Mornings The BEST Side Butt Exercise! (SUMO DEADLIFT) Sore muscles…what does it mean? - Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump #1355: Five Steps To Live To 100 NEAT vs. Cardio for Maximum Calorie Burn – Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Mike Matthews (@muscleforlifefitness)  Instagram Arthur Brooks (@arthurcbrooks)  Instagram

Rich Zeoli
Murphy Slows NJ Re-Opening, Media bashing Biden for Border Access (Full Zeoli Show 3-23-21)

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 140:30


Today, on The Rich Zeoli Show, Rich reacts to the latest in NJ as Gov. Phil Murphy slows the re-opening plans in NJ, while PA has new guidelines allowing those vaccinated to gather safely. Zeoli checks in to the consistent coverage with the crisis at the border, with Harris and Psaki doing what they can to downplay the situation. Finally, Andrew Cuomo continues to show his ego even while being investigated. Thanks for listening! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Living on Earth
[Broadcast] Warming Planet Slows Ocean Currents, 30x30 to Save Species, Regenerative Farming for Soil Health and more

Living on Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 51:50


Warming Planet Slows Ocean Currents / Beyond the Headlines / 30x30 To Save Species / Protecting Badger-Two Medicine And The Grand Canyon / Regenerative Farming for Soil Health / Regenerative Farming In Action The climates of North America and Europe depend on tropical heat circulated by massive system of currents in the Atlantic Ocean. But research shows that climate change is slowing this thermal conveyor belt, which is currently the weakest it has been in at least a thousand years. Also, President Joe Biden has set an official goal of protecting 30% of US land and ocean for conservation by 2030 to help avert species extinction and fight climate change. We take a look at two conservation campaigns that are being led by Native American tribes: Badger-Two Medicine in Montana and part of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. And regenerative agriculture practices that store carbon in the soil are a "win-win-win" for farmers, the economy and the environment, say advocates. Advocates claim widespread adoption of no-till, cover cropping, and other practices could perhaps store as much carbon as the global transportation sector emits every year.

Living on Earth
[Broadcast] Warming Planet Slows Ocean Currents, 30x30 to Save Species, Regenerative Farming for Soil Health and more

Living on Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 51:50


Warming Planet Slows Ocean Currents / Beyond the Headlines / 30x30 To Save Species / Protecting Badger-Two Medicine And The Grand Canyon / Regenerative Farming for Soil Health / Regenerative Farming In Action The climates of North America and Europe depend on tropical heat circulated by massive system of currents in the Atlantic Ocean. But research shows that climate change is slowing this thermal conveyor belt, which is currently the weakest it has been in at least a thousand years. Also, President Joe Biden has set an official goal of protecting 30% of US land and ocean for conservation by 2030 to help avert species extinction and fight climate change. We take a look at two conservation campaigns that are being led by Native American tribes: Badger-Two Medicine in Montana and part of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. And regenerative agriculture practices that store carbon in the soil are a "win-win-win" for farmers, the economy and the environment, say advocates. Advocates claim widespread adoption of no-till, cover cropping, and other practices could perhaps store as much carbon as the global transportation sector emits every year.

Living on Earth
[Broadcast] Warming Planet Slows Ocean Currents, 30x30 to Save Species, Regenerative Farming for Soil Health and more

Living on Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 51:50


Warming Planet Slows Ocean Currents / Beyond the Headlines / 30x30 To Save Species / Protecting Badger-Two Medicine And The Grand Canyon / Regenerative Farming for Soil Health / Regenerative Farming In Action The climates of North America and Europe depend on tropical heat circulated by massive system of currents in the Atlantic Ocean. But research shows that climate change is slowing this thermal conveyor belt, which is currently the weakest it has been in at least a thousand years. Also, President Joe Biden has set an official goal of protecting 30% of US land and ocean for conservation by 2030 to help avert species extinction and fight climate change. We take a look at two conservation campaigns that are being led by Native American tribes: Badger-Two Medicine in Montana and part of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. And regenerative agriculture practices that store carbon in the soil are a "win-win-win" for farmers, the economy and the environment, say advocates. Advocates claim widespread adoption of no-till, cover cropping, and other practices could perhaps store as much carbon as the global transportation sector emits every year.