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I'm starting a new kind of episode called "Snippets of Wisdom". In these episodes, I will be selecting my favourite, most insightful moments from previous episodes of the podcast. ݆ The first one which I chose to begin with has a very strong personal meaning for me. It's a conversation I had with David Strickel, presented in episode #126. At that time in 2021, just over a year after I had launched Personal Development Mastery, I was feeling that the growth of the podcast was very slow. So during our conversation, I asked David: “How can I spread the podcast's message to a bigger audience?” ݆ The answer I received was one of the most profound aha moments that I had during the podcast. It inspired me and guided my subsequent steps about how I look at my podcast's growth. The wisdom shared in this message will be very valuable for you, if you're someone who feels impatient, who feels that despite all the work, the results are not showing. ݆
- We are joined by Craig Ramsay, 1/2 of the winning team of the Amazing Race Canada, to talk about him and his best friend Catherine's journey on the show. - Snippets of a new Kanye song - Asking For A Friend: Am I the bridezilla for getting the distracting young server sent home from my wedding? - The Tim's Run Club just took on a whole new meaning
In this landmark 300th episode… News Anne-Marie and David will be live at Adobe MAX in October CreativePro Week 2023 registration opens October 6, 2022 Design & Accessibility Summit (online) Nov. 29–Dec. 2, 2022 Whoa! 300 episodes! A look back at 17 years of the InDesign Secrets podcast Snippets from the first episode, Nov. 29, 2005 Audio snippets from friends and colleagues with limericks, favorite features, memories, and more The FIRST Obscure InDesign Feature: Friendly Alien (A young David explains this in the first episode) Sponsors for this episode: >> Canto is a leader in digital asset management (DAM) software, with customers that include many of today's top brands. This is an incredibly intuitive and easy to use platform that gives creative teams a centralized location to organize, find, and share all of their digital brand assets, including videos, images, graphics, etc. Canto integrates directly with Adobe Creative Cloud software. For more information and a personalized demo, visit https://go.canto.com/CreativePro. >> Adobe MAX is one of the largest gatherings of graphic, web, UX and multi-skilled designers, creative and art directors, illustrators, film, video, and motion graphics pros, photographers, and creative leaders. And this year, for the first time ever, you can attend in person or online (for free), so there's a MAX for everyone. Save $400 off the live event's registration fee by using our promo code M22CPN Register at https://max.adobe.com Links mentioned in this podcast: Accessible Kellogg Rice Krispies History of Podcasts: https://www.onefineplay.com/blog/a-brief-history-of-podcasting Our first InDesign Secrets Podcast, episode #1 InDesign CS/CS2 Breakthroughs, the book we wrote together that we reference in that first episode. Shout-out to Libsyn, our podcast host vendor since the start A Brief History of Podcasting InDesign User Groups that stream their meetings (so anyone can attend): Los Angeles: https://www.laidug.com Hamburg: http://idug-hamburg.de New Jersey: https://www.meetup.com/Adobe-INDUG-InDesign-User-Group/ Minneapolis: https://www.facebook.com/tcidug (are there more? Let us know!) Bart Van de Wiele's new book, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign Collaboration and Workflow (Classroom in a Book)
Today's guest is Sarah Cordiner, a very established course creator from Australia. Sarah was able to go from homeless to Huffington Post's 50 most influential female entrepreneurs, all through the methods she goes over in today's episode.Whatever reason you've had for not starting a course, by the end of today's episode you'll be looking at this opportunity very differently.Grab your drink and get your notes ready, today's episode is about to begin!Find out how to create and launch your own online education-based business here: www.sarahcordiner.com
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Hello, my friends :) today we'll enjoy some of the clips that I find to be focused and detail oriented with minimum hushed whispers and no loud sounds that are easy and pleasant to listen to in the background. I hope you'll like them ♥ What was your favorite? 00:00 opening 01:08 maps, crackling fire, inaudible whispers 02:33 honey, salt, yogurt mask and scrub mixing, intelligible whispers 09:19 ironing, fabric paper pinning, tracing, cutting, intelligible whispers 16:34 oil bottles tapping, pouring 18:24 notebook tapping, stickers, page flipping, writing, pen pointing 28:54 rainbow analyzing, pointing, tracing with fingers, intelligible whispers 32:18 plants brushing, flashlight, spray, tapping, blowing 38:53 succulence examination, tweezers, q-tip, spray, brushing Thank you SO much for watching :) ♥ It means alot to me! #ASMR #GentleWhispering #relax 4/16/20 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support
Hey Spooksters! Today we are discussing the 1998 murder of Trudy Ochankowski. Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon, & more https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to email@example.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music! Thank you to CK for editing! Thank you to Edward October for our content warning!
Christy and her family were back onboard the Disney Wish, for a 3 night sailing over Labor Day Weekend. She sits down with good friends of our show Mark and Diane in the beautiful Bayou Lounge to get their thoughts about the Wish and cruising with Disney. Then she and Dave give a fun wrap … Continue reading "316 Snippets of a Cruise: 3 night sailing on the Disney Wish in Concierge"
Wife had to take a day off due to a tooth that was troublesome... I'm (Husband) doing my best to fill in so that I can at least let everyone know what is going on and to let you know about our YouTube and TikTok pages where I'm putting out some specialized content from our podcast! I'm sharing it here with all of our listeners, but if you want to keep up with what we're doing, be sure to hop over to our YouTube page and subscribe as well as our TikTok channel and subscribe there as well! YouTube Link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5rpfCzaWhEaP198xgY7CFw TikTok profile https://www.tiktok.com/@sacrilegiousdiscourse
In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Thomas Mann about Raycast - an app that can replace Spotlight on your Mac, and do so much more. FireHydrant - Sponsor Incidents are hard. Managing them shouldn't be. FireHydrant makes it easy for anyone in your organization to respond to incidents efficiently and consistently. Intuitive, guided workflows provide turn-by-turn navigation for incident response, while thoughtful prompts and powerful integrations capture all of your incident data to drive useful retros and actionable analytics. Did we mention that FireHydrant is free? Get started at Firehydrant.com/syntax Show Notes @ThomasPaulMann 01:49 What is Raycast? Raycast Raycast Store 08:11 Do you have designers on your team to help guide UI? 10:13 Why build it native instead of HTML and CSS? 13:12 Why did you choose React? 21:54 How do you figure out what's possible in system level APIs? 26:40 Snippets make use of SQLite SQLite 29:05 Encrypted local storage data 33:11 Any plans for theming for Raycast? 35:20 What is the pricing model? 37:06 What was your Y combinator experience like? Y Combinator Careers 42:08 Any plans for future features? 44:08 Supper Club questions Leopold FC660C Black 65% Dye Sub PBT Mechanical Keyboard iTerm Starship 51:25 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Nothing Ear Buds Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets
Wanted to learn about RESP's but have not had time to do the research? On this episode of "The Clear Money Mindset" we will walk you through the basics of the Registered Education Savings Plan. Who can open an RESP? What does the government contribute? What kind of school can I use the funds for? All these questions and more on the first of our "Savings Snippets" episodes!
You could speak to any animal (and they could speak back). What animal would you choose and what would you ask them? Enjoy the latest Short Intrigue Snippets segment. They're digestible bytes (see what i did there?) of appetizing goodness made to quickly listen and churn up some pondering thought of your own.
Welcome to another episode of Snippets.Today we are covering the DCEU status and possible future as well as game updates. (Future is looking promising.)Sekju all upset about Burger being all up in his A$$.Wally wants everyone to lift something heavy.Lurking your NEXT buddy!!!Also a quick shout out to ZOOM thanks for the quick cut off and smallest episode ever! lol...
Hey Spooksters! Today Jes is covering the case of Angela Spence-Shaw. Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon, & more https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music! Thank you to CK for editing! Thank you to Edward October for our content warning! Update Description
A Big “Key Word” for Your Future Success Episode #463 with Kirk Behrendt & Heather Crockett How often do you say yes to something, only to regret it for days, weeks, or even months? Sometimes, you just need to say no! And to help you say it effectively, Kirk Behrendt brings back Heather Crockett, one of many great Lead Practice Coaches at ACT, to remind you that saying no is okay, and that “no” is a key to your success. Stop saying yes to the wrong things! To learn how, listen to Episode 463 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: Stop saying yes to everything. Be courteous but firm when saying no. Saying no will free up your time and energy. If you can't say no, find alternative ways to say it. Know what you're giving up every time you say yes. Quotes: “The word “no” feels kind of icky when you say it. And you regret saying it, like, ‘Ugh.' But . . . you can regret saying no for a few moments, or you can regret saying yes for days and weeks.” (5:43—6:05) “If we say yes to too many things or the wrong things, then we're going to regret it for a lot longer. And when we say no, we might regret it for just a little bit, but not quite as long as if we said yes to it.” (6:09—6:23) “There are so many good things that we can say yes to. And we need to pause and reflect on all of the things in our life, including our company practices, our work life, what are we giving up by saying yes to something good? Are we giving up something great in its place?” (10:33—10:59) “What are you saying no to if you are saying yes to having weekend and evening hours for your patient?” (11:37—11:44) “There's such a gray area, sometimes. There are good things that we're saying yes to that might be affecting other people. For example, if we're saying yes to a patient to same-day treatment, but we haven't taken into consideration our team — which comes before the patient — consult with your dental assistants first, doctors. Have a system in place for when you're going to do that same-day treatment, because your assistants will be very upset if you do same-day treatment for this patient and you're saying yes to the patient, but you might be saying no to your team.” (14:39—15:14) “Those core values have to be there. Your leadership team and all the dental partnerships that you're talking about, that is really going to get so much easier when your core values are in place because they help you to make decisions.” (19:54—20:10) “It's crazy important to take time for yourself, for your family, for your leadership team, and for your entire team. Reflect on the decisions that you need to make, vet them against your core values, and get a little bit more comfortable with saying no or, ‘I'd love to. Can't.'” (22:39—22:59) Snippets: 0:00 Introduction. 2:25 Heather's background. 3:13 The big key word. 5:27 What you need to know about saying no. 6:48 An alternative to saying no. 7:25 How saying no will change your life. 10:18 Reflect on what you're giving up by saying yes. 14:29 Talk to the people your decisions will affect. 15:28 Be clear on your systems and shared agreements. 20:34 Love/loathe/no homework. 22:36 Last thoughts on saying no. Reach Out to Heather: Heather's email: email@example.com Heather's Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/heather.r.crockett ( https://www.facebook.com/heather.r.crockett) Heather's social media: @actdental Resources: The EOS Life by Gino Wickman:https://benbellabooks.com/shop/theeoslife/ ( https://benbellabooks.com/shop/theeoslife/) Traction by Gino Wickman:https://benbellabooks.com/shop/traction/ ( https://benbellabooks.com/shop/traction/) Heather Crockett Bio: Heather Crockett is a Lead Practice Coach who finds joy in not only improving practices but improving the lives of those she coaches as well. With over 20 years of combined experience in assisting, office management, and clinical dental hygiene, her awareness supports many aspects of the practice setting. Heather
Hey all! Today we are discussing the story of Dolly Oesterreich aka the case known as The Man in the Attic. Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon, & more https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music! Thank you to CK for editing! Thank you to Edward October for our content warning!