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TW: Cults, Domestic Abuse, Gangs, Gun Violence Abbie & Daniélle were VERY excited to sit down with Podcast Nation's Facebook group founder, Brian Harris, as we both have found many valuable connections in this space! During the conversation, Brian is candid about his traumas from youth to adulthood, and how he has since found the benefits of self-reflection and constant learning. Brian is an inspiring individual who uses his life lessons for good today - not only as a religious cult & gang survivor living now with a disability, but also a partner, father, and community member. We cover so many topics in our discussion, such as his hobbies in music and horror popculture, his past and current work as an author and co-publisher of the magazine Wengs Chop, and of course navigating the endless online trolls. Just know that if you are EVER planning to start a Facebook Community, first take some pointers from our new friend, Brian! Connect with Brian:Wengs Chop (WK) Books/MagazinePodcast Nation Facebook Group (For Podcasters only) !Connect with Us:Instagram @ReallifepodadFacebook- Reallife Podcast With Abbie & DaniélleEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgAbbie: @abbienichole_rd , @bodyimagerd , http://www.bodyimagerd.comDaniélle: @dahill486 , @itsdaniellehill , http://www.daniellehill.org --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
After all this time, we learned something new about Cane, we break down the train wreck of the Oscars and her father cut her off because she now has a job.....is he a d-bag? PLUS much more!
Hey Family! Thank you all so much for tuning into The Journey Podcast. Although this is the last episode of the podcast, this is not a goodbye. God has something in store for you. Carry this podcast with you on your journey, that is what it is for. It has been a pleasure to be used in such a beautiful way and I know there is more where that came from. Lord you are SO good and I know we are being used as your vessels. This is not the end. This is the start of something new. Email: email@example.com Insta: authenticallybecoming_
You weren't created to stay at the same level all your life. God has new blessings and opportunities prepared for you! Your best days are still ahead, and together we can make a difference in this world with the message of God's hope and love. To give visit JoelOsteen.com/GiveHopeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Walking in Power with Nate Ortiz. Walking in Power is our bi-monthly installment on The GRINDcast aimed at helping people on their spiritual journey. Nate Ortiz has been a Christian Youth Minister for years. As part of Arias Agencies mission to "To develop people within this agency mentally, physically, spiritually & financially..." we added Nate to the Arias Agencies family as a Spiritual Coach for anyone in the agency looking to strengthen their relationship with God.
There are some exciting trails between Crouch End and Highgate, apparently, and in this episode Paul and Rob head off up 'em. Featuring finding your people, Rob's son turning eighteen, Paul's son walking the creative road, gig report, the joy of music, highs, lows and being in the moment, a few more of your questions - fancy dress, RTTS tips, dream running buddies - some strangely positive trouble in the woods, arbitrary disapproval and how to deal with it, and a little running-relationship counselling.Thank you as ever, for sharing your running lives with us - and supporting us through the Acast Supporter button. Namaste.You can get Rob's book Running Tracks here - https://www.waterstones.com/book/running-tracks/rob-deering/9781800180444 - and Paul's award-winning 26.2 Miles to Happiness here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/26-2-miles-to-happiness/paul-tonkinson/9781472975270.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/runningcommentary. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
100-milers and IRONMANs are VERY different. In terms of training, mindset, and distance - these races are nowhere alike. So what would it look like to be an athlete for both? Well, Lucy Bartholomew is. Looking at the 2023 season, it seems like Lucy may race both Kona in October, and UTMB in September. Lucy is an Australian Ultra Trailrunner - Haley and Alyssa welcome her onto the podcast to talk about her recent foray into triathlon and how she manages both this and ultra trail running. Lucy shares the roadblocks she's faced along her athletic journey, including cancer surgery and coming back from a concussion she sustained while racing the Western States 100. Beginning triathlon with very little prior knowledge, Lucy discusses how she learned along the way, and the support she got from fellow triathletes. Finally, Alyssa and Lucy compare notes on which race is harder. Follow Lucy on Instagram @lucy_bartholomewFollow us on Instagram:@feistytriathlon Feisty Media Website:https://livefeisty.com/ Support Our Partners: Use code FEISTYVJ for $20 off a pair of shoes at https://vjshoesusa.com/pages/feisty InsideTracker: Get 20% off at insidetracker.com/feisty Orca: Use code IRONWOMEN15 for 15% off at www.orca.com/ That's It.: Use code IRONWOMEN to get 20% off your order at thatsitfruit.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast
Welcome to our Podcast #2,695! Here's a link to our Costa Rica Pura Vida Amazon Products Store! Happy Shopping! https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/costaricaproductsamazon.html We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! If you're thinking about moving to Costa Rica, we can assist! Visit "Royal Palms Costa Rica Real Estate". . we are DEDICATED BUYER'S AGENTS. Check out our website at www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com/buyersagent.html Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 350 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/@thecostaricagoodnewsreport/videos Check out an amazing travel website catering to those travelers age 50 and over! Dozens of incredible expert contributors writing about so many destinations: https://www.travelawaits.com/ Here's our 1st contribution to the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2789789/questions-to-ask-if-thinking-about-retiring-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 2nd article on the TravelAwaits website as promised: https://www.travelawaits.com/2798638/tips-for-driving-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 3rd article on the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2794704/how-to-gain-residency-status-in-costa-rica/ Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message
March 5, 2023 - Sunday PM Sermon The Blessing of Something New - (Isaiah 43) A New Redemption - Isaiah 43:1 A New Rescue - Isaiah 43:2 God's History of Rescue Rescue from a terrible external existence - Gen. 3:22-24 Rescue from the poison of pride - Gen. 11:1-9 Rescue from Egyptian bondage - Exodus 15:1-2 Constant rescue during rebellion - Judges 2:13-16 Rescued Judiah from the Assyrians - Isaiah 37:14-38 Rescued All Humanity from sin - John 1:29 A New Recognition - Isaiah 43:5-15 C. S. Lewis - Prince Caspian A New Road to travel - Isaiah 43:16-19 A New Record - Isaiah 43:25 Duration 35:24
On this episode we talk about Sailor Moon translations, Something New, Gokurakugai, Demon Slayer - To the Swordsmith Village, and more! Then we start our long awaited Retrospective on Makoto Yukimura's Planetes! We discuss the near-future story about space debris collectors and what puts the “hard” in hard science fiction!!! Send us emails! firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter! @mangamacpodcast Check out our website! https://mangamachinations.com Check out our YouTube channel! https://www.youtube.com/mangamactv Buy us a Kofi! https://ko-fi.com/mangamac Timestamps: Intro Song: “Space Monkeys” by Ace, Opening, Introductions, Traveling while pregnant, Birthdays, Astrology - 00:00:00 Listener Mail: Sailor Moon cosplay and translations - 00:05:33 Whatchu Been Reading: Transition Song: “Funkymania” by The Original Orchestra, Morgana is excited about the upcoming release of Bloody Sweet - 00:11:45 Morgana is reading another Lucy Knisley book, Something New - 00:14:03 Gokurakugai is a new stylish manga about battling evil beasts - 00:17:06 *SPOILERS* dakazu finished Omo ni Naitemasu and shares his thoughts - 00:21:20 dakazu enjoyed Armored Trooper VOTOMS more than Mobile Suit Gundam - 00:27:25 Seamus recommends One Beautiful Spring Day - 00:35:20 Darfox talks about his theater experience watching Demon Slayer - To the Swordsmith Village - 00:37:32 News: Anime Awards 2023 winners - 00:47:11 Next Episode Preview and Rundown: Retrospective on Planetes, We will discuss Makoto Yukimura's hard science fiction series about debris collecting astronauts(covers omnibus 2) - 00:49:14 Main Segment Retrospective: Planetes, Transition Song: “Starspeed” by MILANO, We discuss Makoto Yukimura's hard science fiction series about debris collecting astronauts(covers omnibus 1) - 00:49:36 Next Week's Topic: Planetes, Social Media Rundown, Sign Off Song: “Crazy for Your Love” by Orkas - 01:35:54
Better Than Yesterday, with Osher Günsberg
Flex Mami is a Best-Selling Author, Presenter, Podcaster, DJ, Commentator, Speaker, Model, Founder and CEO currently hosting the afternoon shift from 3-5pm on Cada.com.au.Tickets for live shows are here:SydneyMelbourneStay up to date on more upcoming shows by joining the mailing list here: Osher Günsberg - Better Than Yesterday Podcast | LinktreeAnything else? Come visit us on discord. Join the oshergünsberg Discord Server!Flex's photo by Yasmin Suteja Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Coaching Out Loud with Danielle Pyle
“You only grow by coming to the end of something and by beginning something else.” ― John Irving, The World According to Garp It's time to say goodbye! Only to The Yellow Studio 2.0. It's officially over. Done. Next week I'll be getting The Yellow Studio 3.0 set up. Version 3.0 will be a transition studio that I hope will take me through the end of 2023. After that, I'm planning to settle into The Yellow Studio 4.0. Around 1999 The Yellow Studio 1.0 was born, dubbed with that name because I wanted the walls painted this yellow color. Bright. Sunshiney. Cheerful. That was the goal. And it worked. Especially after I invested in four Ballard Street prints. They worked well with a yellow background. Truth is, everything worked well with the yellow walls as a background. Over more than 2 decades every "podcast" episode - save those done from the field - was produced right here from inside this yellow room. Except for the first audio files that I uploaded to the Internet, 100% of my podcasts have emanated from The Yellow Studio. A few friends have inquired, "Are you gonna miss it?" No, not really. I'm sentimental so I'm leaving with fond memories. The countless hours spent - especially in the nighttime hours when sleep evades me - listening to music, writing, reading, researching, studying, recording, coaching, conversing with friends (in person or online)...an awful lot of life has happened in this room. I'm thankful for all of it, but it's time to turn the page and start creating a new chapter. Time for a new beginning. That excites me. Version 3.0 will not be yellow, but The Yellow Studio has grown to represent more than a color. It's optimism. Positive vides. Wisdom. Insights. Experiences. It's figuring things out. Learning from mistakes. Always improving! Those things matter more than the color of the walls. But I do love the color. And I will miss that a lot. What I won't miss is this moving business. Talk about a whipping! I enjoyed the hard work of purging, but boxing up 45 years of your life together - even post purge - is a ridiculous amount of work. Rhonda has been diligently packing the most tedious items like china, glassware and lots of breakable stuff. Additionally, she's had to box up her sewing room, which has been daunting because of the sheer volume of things she needs to keep. Thankfully, during the transition she'll continue to have some needed space for her craft. Just today I told her, "I'm sure glad podcasting isn't as space intensive as your passion." ;) I don't plan on skipping more than a beat or two during this move so be patient. I'll try to get back in the groove was soon as I can. The old "broadcast table" of Version 1.0 and 2.0 is gone! The old Heil Audio boom arms, which have served me so well for 20 years, gone! They've been creaky for awhile now so it's past time to retire them. The original Toshiba 43" flat panel TV hanging in the studio stayed in the studio, proudly owned by new masters. The original Rode Rodecaster Pro that YOU helped me get...not quite gone, but it will be soon. It's pristine and I'll be selling it to help defray the investment I've already made into the newer Rode Rodecaster Pro 2. Boxed up, but not going away - except for the rest of 2023 - are the Ballard Street prints, the ladies that welcomed folks inside The Yellow Studio, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum - and the dragons and other figurines that populated the studio. These things are going to be safely stowed away in the location of The Yellow Studio 4.0. They'll just remain boxed, safely stored in the comfortable warmth of bubblewrap. ;) The new studio will have a brand new 62" long desk, on casters. That'll be a first and I'm looking forward to the prospect of moving the studio around as I want. Maybe I won't move it around much at all. But it's nice knowing I can. The new studio will have a brand new chair. I sold my Herman Miller Mirra chair because the armrests are aw...
Today Sam and Shelby talk about the flirty and floral Something New (2006). We go over NOT telling women what to do with their hair, surprisingly sexy scenes, and how the size...
We launch our new program this week! We talk about the ups and the downs of doing something new!
The pace of fitness is changing. STRONG Pilates co-founder Michael Ramsey discusses the rise in low-impact workouts and how he fell in love with pilates and created his own sweat-inducing style. WANT MORE FROM MICHAEL? Catch Michael on Instagram @ramslegit. For more on STRONG Pilates, see @STRONG or online here. WANT MORE BODY + SOUL? Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Or, TikTok here. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley. On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 357: Construct a Résumé of Failures to Discover Something New Episode Notes I like going below the surface to understand what makes people who they are. I love all the stuff. The successes, the failures, how people overcome challenges and setbacks, what brings people joy, and all the transformative moments that shape our character and entrepreneurial lives. I love being part of people's evolutionary process and connecting them with people and resources. An unexpected package arrived on my doorstep during last week's epic snowstorm. It looked like someone covered our neighborhoods with soft-serve ice cream and swirls atop the snow drifts—remnants of severe winds. The storm hit the Midwest. A whopping 11.3” of snow fell in Golden Valley, leaving us a winter wonderland view. Inside the bubble-wrapped package were a note (You're in the book!) and a signed early copy of Joanne Lipman's book, Next! The Power of Reinvention in Life and Work. Oh, how I love books. The smell. The purple book cover, yellow-colored hardcover, and binding. The chapter headings, content, and print. Everything. My mind went to the beginning of 2021. I received a call from a pioneering journalist and author. Joanne Lipman was the voice on the other end of the phone line. I didn't know of her at the time. She listened to my 2018 podcast conversations with Art Fry, the inventor of Post-It Notes. Joanne said she was writing a book about the power of reinvention in life and work and wanted to interview Art. She asked if I could connect the two of them. Next! The Power of Reinvention in Life and Work provides a toolkit to make meaningful transitions in life. It is chuck full of case studies, personal interviews, and the latest research on how people reinvent their lives and how they work. Joanne is a brilliant storyteller and avid researcher. I quickly opened to the Acknowledgement section on p. 282, where I am mentioned. “To podcaster Nancy Meyer for putting me in touch with Art Fry.” Wow! Tears snuck into my eyes. Joanne took the time to acknowledge me in print. Then, I flipped to chapter 3, Eureka!, where Art Fry's story unfolds. Joanne described both the journey of Spencer Silver, who invented the 3M glue he couldn't find a use for, and Art, the intrapreneur at 3M, who came up with the Post-it notes idea while singing in his church choir. Art used Spencer's glue to improve our lives. I use Post-it notes almost every day! The ‘aha' moment for both of them was years in the making, and Joanne outlines Art and Spencer's journey beautifully and accurately in her book. Back to the beginning of the book, I immersed myself in reading every word. Her book is divided into two parts; the disparate ways in which we pivot and navigate change when we have no choice. After hundreds of personal interviews and academic research papers, Joanne observed a specific pattern when people pivoted in their lives and careers. This particular pattern, she suggests, could be a Reinvention Map. Although the pattern seems straightforward on the surface, like Joseph Campbell's hero's journey, it isn't. There are four aspects to reinvention she tracks through history. We start with a search, then we struggle. An event causes us to stop what we are doing before a solution emerges and a path forward is revealed. She outlines variables as when you are on a post-traumatic growth path after a traumatic experience. The order is reversed. We start our reinvention with the traumatic experience/struggle, search for ways to understand what happened and struggle more before we stop and find a long-term solution. An area of reinventing we would like to avoid if we could is the ‘struggle,' but it is inevitable. It is how we gain new insights. I include an example Joanne highlighted of how to address a struggle. I hope you find it useful. I have done this exercise throughout my life as a therapeutic purge. A way to let go of my failures instead of allowing my failures to take up res...
Who'd have thought, this silly little show would get this far? Probably only Darren in truth! Tonight we celebrate something Old, Something New and Something You. It's really just a cover for us to talk about the toys that we love in our collections. You can watch this celebratory episode on our Facebook page to see all the give-aways, the questions and the questionable fashion choices, inspired by a certain friend of ours. A massive THANK you to all our supporters over the journey, our Patreons and anyone who's ever listened. It certainly has been one helluva Good Journey! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Cocaine Bear" is finally here, and we're here for every insane moment of it on Breakfast All Day. Christy and Alonso review the much-anticipated comic thriller -- which, amazingly, is based on a true story -- and insist that if you're going to see it, you should do so with an audience. We also review "We Have a Ghost" on Netflix, a cheesy haunted house story that wastes a great cast. In news, we discuss the Oscars and SAG Awards, "Succession," Steven Yeun and more. And we've got a couple of goodies on our Patreon: a recap of "Poker Face" episode 8, which may be the best one yet, and a February Off the Menu review of the 2006 romantic comedy "Something New." And if you haven't joined our Patreon yet, now's a great time -- we're doing our first Lunch Date live chat with our subscribers on Monday, Feb. 27 at Noon PST. You can find out more here. We'd love to see you!
Ian McMillan celebrates 100 years of BBC Radio Drama with brand new commissions - from writers Alex Riddle, Georgia Affonso. Tim Barrow, and the poet Michael Symmons Roberts. This is a homage to what Ian describes as a form which feels 'as new as cinema and as old as a whispered story in a dark cave in winter', with tales of mysterious islands and time travel, the intimacy of the optometrist's gaze, and the power of friendship. Michael Symmons Roberts's poem is a commission for our 'Something Old, Something New' series, and evokes a frozen Atlantic - its sound and its shiver.
Federal Contracting Made Easy's podcast
In this podcast episode, we explore the joys of cooking and how it can help alleviate boredom. Our expert panel provides tips and tricks for discovering new recipes, mastering basic cooking techniques, and experimenting with new ingredients. We also discuss the benefits of cooking, including stress reduction and increased creativity. Whether you're a seasoned home cook or a beginner in the kitchen, this episode will inspire you to try something new and beat boredom with delicious food.
Life Church Sermon Audio Podcast
Want to talk puberty with your daughter but don't know how to start the conversation? Dr. Susan Oakley & Holly has you covered!! When girls learn about puberty before it happens, they feel more prepared and might even be excited. This is the perfect age to start healthy, factual conversations about girls' changing bodies and minds. Real mom talk!!! We cover: #boobs #pubes #moods & #attitudes So what do Girlologists share in this program? • Growth & Development • Bras & Bra Shopping • Hygiene & Hair Management • Nutrition & Growth • Menstruation and Menstrual Hygiene • Respect for Self & Others • Moods & Emotions. Girlology Something New About YOU with Susan Oakley, MD. Women's Center Conference Room 600- Edgewood, KY — Wednesday, March 15, 2023 | 6:00-8:00pm. Thank you for listening. Please send in your comments, questions and suggestions for future topics at TheLadyBodPod@gmail.com. For more details on the LBP: https://theladybodpod.com/
T&A: Tens And Aces. An AP Blackjack podcast. Turning the tables from Las Vegas to Local Casinos
This is a what I consider to be one of our best episodes to date! You'll have to listen to fin out who the guest(s) are/is! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ta21/message
The Girl Dad Show: A Professional Parenting Podcast
In this episode, Young talks about how multiple tests of his framework for scaling businesses have proven successful, bringing him closer to launching his new venture. He also shares the latest productivity tactic he has been testing for simplifying his life to clear the clutter from his physical, digital, and mental space.Please enjoy & subscribe!ABOUT OUR HOST:I'm all about operations. I have started companies, scaled hyper-growth startups, and understand a variety of industries. As a fractional COO, I guide companies through myriad challenges, from exponential growth to adapting to market shifts. I've experienced an incredible range of business journeys from small to big, early to late stage, and across many different industries.STUFF WE LOVE:Attention founders and investors:Two12.co is the best cap table and fundraising toolkit. Use code TGDS for 25% off!https://bit.ly/3Q7wHsnTry Young's online recording studio!https://riverside.fm/homepage?utm_campaign=campaign_1&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=rewardful&via=youngLooking to outsource graphic design? Try Young's favorite resource, Penji: unlimited designs for one fixed cost from some of the world's top design talent!https://penji.co/pricing/?affiliate=3I86N6MSF5358220Learn more about us!Our website: https://thegirldadshow.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheGirlDadShow/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGirlDadShowShop here for The Girl Dad Show products: https://thegirldadshow.com/collections*If you click on our links, we may receive a tiny commission AND… most of the time, you will receive an offer. Win/Win! The products that The Girl Dad Show recommends are the ones we believe in.
New HC. New GM. A shitload of BritishBirdgang Awards to hand out. What's not to love?
In this week's classic Story Collider episode, both our stories are about the thrill of exploration and discovering something new. Part 1: Ecologist Cylita Guy finds unexpected adventure when she studies bats in the field. Part 2: Maija Niemisto is a director of education on the Clearwater, America's environmental flagship. But when a stranger comes to the side of the ship, it heralds a discovery about her city and herself. Cylita Guy is a PhD candidate and ACM SIGHPC/Intel Computational and Data Science Fellow in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto. Broadly interested in zoonotic diseases and their wildlife reservoirs, Cylita's research focuses on bats and their pathogens. Using both field surveys and computational methods she is investigating why bats seem to be good at carrying viruses that they sometimes share with humans, but rarely get sick from themselves. When not in the field catching bats or at her computer analyzing data, Cylita looks to help others foster their own sense of curiosity and discovery about the natural world. In conjunction with the High Park Nature Centre Cylita has started a Junior Bat Biologist program to engage young, future scientists. She also works as a Host at the Ontario Science Centre, educating the public about diverse scientific topics. Finally, Cylita's hilarious field exploits are featured in a general audience book titled Fieldwork Fail: The Messy Side of Science! In her down time, you can find your friendly neighborhood batgirl chasing her next big outdoor adventure. Cylita's story originally aired on The Story Collider's podcast on November 24, 2017, in an episode titled "The Bats and the Bees: Stories about winged wildlife." Maija was born to a family of musicians in the heartland, far from the sea. Minnesota was her first hailing port. School, university and adventures took her to Finland, Wisconsin and Lebanon. After receiving her B.A. in International Relations and Environmental studies, she followed the smell of sweet salt air and ran away to see the sea aboard her 28-foot sloop. In 2008, the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater appeared on the horizon and she jumped at the chance to combine her interests in music, sailing, teaching, science, water ecology, environmental advocacy and pumping the bilge. Maija's story originally aired on The Story Collider's podcast on January 29, 2012, in an episode titled "A Step Off the Boat." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Cody is the excellent host of Westminster Doxology Podcast. We're both wrestling with a question inside western evangelicalism lately. That question regards the Christian's role in culture and government -- and a lot more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/corytruax/support
In this episode of The Walrus Was Paul, veteran session drummer Barry Keane talks with host Paul Romanuk about an album he loves and the memories that go with it - the 1964 North American release by The Beatles, Something New. Barry also talks about his amazing career and being on the drum kit with Gordon Lightfoot for over 40 years.You can read Barry Keane's full bio right here.SHOW NOTESHere is the cover of the Something New album.It was taken during the recording of one of the Ed Sullivan episodes The Beatles performed on. We also talk about the "hype copy" on the back of the album. Classic 1960s North American stuff.We also talk about Dave Dexter Jr., the 1960s Capitol Records, North America, executive who was primarily responsible for the "Frankenstein-ing" of The Beatles UK catalogue for US release. You can read more about that here. There is also a fascinating discussion on the well respected Steve Hoffman Music Forum about whether Dexter deserves credit or derision for his work on those North American Beatles records.Barry has played on many big hits during his drumming career. He mentions Canadian singer/songwriter Ian Thomas and his 1973 hit Painted Ladies. The record charted in both Canada and the US. Here is the song, with Barry on the skins....
The Start of Something New - Acts 13 - Jason Polk
The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station
WDW Radio # 706 - Interview with Former Disney Executive, Djuan Rivers Part 1... and Something New Adventure is out there... and Djuan Rivers has experienced it as an executive in the Walt Disney World Resorts, theme parks, Aulani, Disneyland Paris, Disney Cruise Line, and beyond. This week, he shares stories and lessons from his time at Disney... and the power of saying yes. We'll celebrate WDW Radio's 18th anniversary this week with something new... and old? ---------------------------------- WDWRadio.com - Visit the site and blog WDWRadio.com/Clubhouse - Join the community and conversation on Facebook WDWRadioNATION - Get monthly rewards, and help support the show WDWRadioLIVE.com - Watch and chat LIVE Wednesdays at 7:30pm ET WDWRadio.com/Podcasts - Show notes, past episodes, links, and photos WDWRadio.com/Events - WDW Radio Disney meets, events, cruises, and more! WDWRadio.com/Shirts - Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, logo gear and more! 407-900-9391 - Call the voicemail with a question, comment or "Hello!" from the parks THANK YOU for your support by voting WDW Radio Best Travel Podcast for 9 consecutive years! Sit back, relax, and enjoy this week's episode of the WDW Radio show. Thanks for listening! Be sure to tune in next week! ---------------------------------- LouMongello.com- Let me help you turn what you love into what you do and turn your passion into your profession with one-on-one mentoring, mastermind groups, and my Momentum Workshop in Walt Disney World. I am also a keynote speaker who can present at your event, conference, business, or school, and provide mentoring and consulting to individuals and organizations looking to build their businesses and brands. I speak on a variety of topics, including sharing the magic of Disney, and teaching how to deliver exceptional customer service, social media, podcasting, live video, community, following your dreams, and more. ---------------------------------- LET'S CONNECT! WDWRadio.com/Community Facebook.com/WDWRadio Instagram.com/LouMongello Twitter.com/LouMongello YouTube.com/WDWRadio Pinterest.com/LouMongello LinkedIn.com/in/LouMongello
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You Won't Believe What Happened To Me
Dar and Jim Harold come back with a new format for the show. We mix in some unbelievable stories from the news plus your calls! Enjoy and let us know what you think about this new format! Also, please share your once in a lifetime, incredible experiences with us for a future show at wontbelieve.com Thanks and enjoy!
Van & X are joined by Richard Newby (@RichardLNewby) to break down the unveiling of the DC Slate by James Gunn and Peter Safran. We're going through all 12+ announced projects from Superman: Legacy to Batman: Brave and The Bold. Tap in!Subscribe to Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theblackvariantrnc Follow The Black Variant on Twitter: twitter.com/BlackVariantRNCFollow Richard: twitter.com/RichardLNewbyFollow Van: twitter.com/1017VanFollow X: twitter.com/XTheExiled
This week, Jamie, Caitlin, and special guest Kenice Mobley let go, and let flow with an episode on Something New. Check out Kenice's album, Follow Up Question. (This episode contains spoilers) For Bechdel bonuses, sign up for our Patreon at patreon.com/bechdelcast Follow @kenicemobley on Twitter. While you're there, you should also follow @BechdelCast, @caitlindurante, and @jamieloftusHELP The two live shows that Jamie and Caitlin are doing in Portland on February 2nd are being LIVE STREAMED for Bechdel Cast listeners around the world to see! Join us for a show on THE GOONIES WITH SARAH MARSHALL (You're Wrong About, You Are Good) and/or a show on HANNAH MONTANA: THE MOVIE WITH ROBERT EVANS (Behind the Bastards, It Could Happen Here)! Watch both, we dare you!!! And if you can't watch the shows as they're being streamed live on February 2nd, no worries! If you buy a ticket, you will be sent a recording of the livestream, and you'll be able to watch the show online for a week after the show! Grab your livestream ticket(s) at linktr.ee/bechdelcast or https://www.curiouscomedy.org/shows See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prayer Starters with Suzanne Eller (KLRC)
When our faith feels distant, beautiful yet barren, we go to Jesus to find what we long for. Keywords: Living water; faith; filled; salvation; ceremonial; deeper.Scripture: Isaiah 12:3
The Art of Living Big | Subconscious | NLP | Manifestation | Mindset
In todays episode Betsy shares what she's been up to the past two weeks and how she can feel herself craving something new…. but she's got responsibilities right where she is. You may feel that too, a longing for something new but unsure of even what it is. She shares what she's doing to combat … 331 When you crave something new Read More »
Youth Ministry Booster Podcast
New. The feeling of the New New.This episode is for all of those who have ever felt new at church, youth group, student ministry...This may be you right now, or when you were a teenager, but this episode is especially for those who have NOT been new in a LOOOONNNGGG time. There is a whole set of feelings, experiences, and unguided expectations when you are walking up new to a church building, a small group circle, or a youth ministry activity. If we want to connect with new folks, we need to take a walk in their shoes.Zac and Chad talk also about why youth ministry leaders need to see it from the other side. Often times we are asking students to invite new friends, or we are hoping to connect with new families but we are unsure of how all that new really feels. So when was the last time you were new?Looking for a resource that is NEW and designed to help you connect with NEW students? Check out HyFi! https://myhyfi.com/Chad and Zac are here to encourage you in not just the work but the ways in which we minister faithfully! Follow up with our team! https://studentministry.lifeway.com/Join us for a preaching event like no other!https://www.lifeway.com/experienceLet's hang out in your town!https://studentministry.lifeway.com/s..Support the show
Instagram testing Lead Forms as Action Buttons (Twitter) Instagram's co-founders are back with Artifact, a kind of TikTok for text (The Verge) Leave a Review: Apple Podcasts Want to support the show? Buy Me a Coffee --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/danielhillmedia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/danielhillmedia/support
Essential Digital Nomad with Trevor Carlson
Ladies and gentlemen, it has been a long time since we released a new episode.I'll be sharing stories and interviews over the past year and am very excited to be back!To listen to more episodes head to theformulapodcast.comor watch on youtube
Something Old, Something New, Something "Borrowed" by a gunman at Nikki's wedding makes this Good Luck tradition seem very untrue!
What if feeling stuck in life is a good thing? If you are at a cross roads, if you are frustrated with the way things are going THIS podcast is for you! Find the 3 signs in the middle of being stuck that will show you the path to the NEW life you've been waiting for! FULL SHOW NOTES HEREONE Extraordinary Marriage ShowIs your marriage everything that you want it to be? Are you ready to make a change?...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify YOU are my "why". My mission is to give you the strategies you need to silence fear and #GetYourBraveOn. Let's connect!Call me and tell me how God is using this podcast in your life at 530-4-AMANDALet's connect on socials! Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok Support the showGet your FREE GIFT! MY Free Brave Life System. A free morning boot up plan to experience God's presence every morning and my free brave life daily planner to help you stay on target and keep that BRAVE BABE Energy every day! Want more? Sign up for exclusive access to premium content! More meditations, live episodes, and more! Get Your Free Gift HereFollow Amanda Carroll on Instagram Follow Amanda Carroll on Tik TokFollow Amanda Carroll on FacebookJoin the "Brave Babe" Private Facebook GroupHow has God used this podcast in your life? Please share it with me! CALL MY HOTLINE! I will pickup! 530-4-AMANDANEED MORE HELP TO GET YOUR BRAVE ON? I've got you! Follow the Brave Podcast Network with more shows to help you live a strong and courageous life!...
Hugh Montgomery is a someone who, if he wasn't so darned lovely, you'd probably have to envy quite a lot. He's a practicing clinician, a UK lead on climate change, he's written screen-plays, runs ultramarathons, learns a new skill a year, holds a world-record, and is now releasing his first full-novel.It's called 'Control' - a thriller set in the medical-world (write what you know) all about a bullying, over-bearing Doctor, and the way he treats colleagues, which comes back to haunt him. We talk about brooding over the idea for the story, escaping to France to write it, and where he thinks the story actually came from.As he manages to fit in so much into his day, we talk about where he finds the time and why he rations sleep. Also, we talk about why he learns a new skill every year, and how he believes it to be crucial to make time stop flying by.Also - you can hear a distinguished routine from history with Mason Currey, and grab his new book 'Daily Rituals: Women at Work' here - https://masoncurrey.com/If you can, please do support the show! - email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Law of Attraction Tribe Podcast
Amanda June is the Founder/CEO of a marketing agency (SmokeFire Media) and tech platform (NativePlus Marketplace) turned mentor to other business owners and wealth embodiment coach. She helps leaders scale wealth and impact without hustle, overwhelm, or burnout. Connect with Amanda: https://www.flowcode.com/page/ajunephoenix Here are some great resources for manifesting your best year yet: Manifest it Now App - Inner Tribe Join my New Year 75-day mental toughness challenge, 75 Hard, on Patreon for resources & support. Printable Goal Setting Workbook & Planner Vision Board Printables
114: Leaders think outside the box and decide on something new. That's exactly what special guest Liz Hatcher, CEO of Women to Women Network did. Often people get stuck in a business and never take a chance to do something new. To do something outside their comfort zone and something that feels like a calling, a mission. My guest, Liz Hatcher, had a successful business and then decided a change was needed. It's never too late or too early to follow your gut and become the leader you know you are inside. Founder and CEO of Women to Women Network Liz Hatcher often describes herself as an accidental leader. She fell into leadership and then embraced it when she realized how she could help others rise and step into their own potential, which is a big part of the backstory behind her rapidly growing organization. Liz is an entrepreneur and creative at heart with a diverse background in marketing, association management, and event production across multiple industries and business settings, from small boutique firms to international corporations. Before launching the Women to Women Network, Liz was running her own marketing business providing copywriting, content strategy, and branding services to a wide range of clients. She believes there is opportunity everywhere you look and in everything you do and says that “it just takes a little creative thinking.” This is something she excels at. She gets a thrill from discovering opportunities that help others move forward and enjoys finding new ways to take full advantage of the resources around us. Want more reach out to Liz here: www.wtownetwork.com And if you are ready to join our FB group: B.O.L.D. Inevitable Success, click this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/boldinevitablesuccess
Earlier this week, we shared part one of this conversation, all about how to leap into something new. And since then, I've been really thinking about the crazy ideas and dreams that I (too) have put on the back burner for way, way too long. Like writing a book, delivering a TED talk, and getting back to painting large-scale canvases for fun. Why do we stall on the things that matter most to us? Matthew really dives deep into this and how to get unstuck. Now, if you haven't heard part one, go back and listen to that one first. But if you're ready to continue on, let's pick back up here with my conversation with author Matthew Dicks as he simplifies how to leap into something new. It's time to simplify… Here's how. My special guest today is Matthew Dicks and he's simplifying how to leap into something new. We tackle and simplify all aspects of it, including: Why the word “someday” is his least favorite word in the English language and how you can replace it in your vocabulary Instead of asking your 8 year old Inner Child for advice, why you need to ask the 100 year old version of yourself instead - you might be surprised by what you hear! He spends nearly the entire first half of his latest book “Someday is Today” on the concept of time - why that is and how to radically adjust your viewpoint on time in order to take the leap into something new What the importance is of saying “yes” - especially now, when unexpected opportunities come along - and why that helps boost your radiance What the “Spotlight Effect” is and why that might be a roadblock keeping you from trying something new …and ultimately, if it's fear that keeping you from making decisions that propel your creative life forward, how to navigate this as you set your horizon point for where you actually want to be next. You can do it, I believe in you… it's time to simplify! Q: Are you ready to leap into something new in life? If yes, this one is for you. It's time to #DoTheThing ---- Show notes available with all links mentioned here: https://thesimplifiers.com/podcast/matthew-dicks-how-to-leap-into-something-new-part-two-all-star
Are you looking to leap into something new soon? Maybe you've been thinking about writing a book, starting a new relationship or making a big career leap… but something has been stopping you from doing the thing, for like, way too long? What is it and how do we overcome that hesitation? My special guest today is author and storyteller Matthew Dicks and he's simplifying how to leap into something new. As Matthew puts it… “Are you good at dreaming about what you're going to accomplish ‘someday' but not good at finding the time and getting started? How will you actually make that decision and do it?” Well, he's here to share proven, practical, and simple ways to turn the random minutes throughout your day into (as he calls it) pockets of productivity, and your dreams into accomplishments. Here's how. My special guest today is Matthew Dicks and he's simplifying how to leap into something new. We tackle and simplify all aspects of it, including: Why the word “someday” is his least favorite word in the English language and how you can replace it in your vocabulary Instead of asking your 8 year old Inner Child for advice, why you need to ask the 100 year old version of yourself instead - you might be surprised by what you hear! He spends nearly the entire first half of his latest book “Someday is Today” on the concept of time - why that is and how to radically adjust your viewpoint on time in order to take the leap into something new What the importance is of saying “yes” - especially now, when unexpected opportunities come along - and why that helps boost your radiance What the “Spotlight Effect” is and why that might be a roadblock keeping you from trying something new …and ultimately, if it's fear that keeping you from making decisions that propel your creative life forward, how to navigate this as you set your horizon point for where you actually want to be next. You can do it, I believe in you… it's time to simplify! Q: Are you ready to leap into something new in life? If yes, this one is for you. It's time to #DoTheThing ---- Show notes available with all links mentioned here:https://thesimplifiers.com/podcast/matthew-dicks-how-to-leap-into-something-new-part-one-all-star
Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
What I do to ‘check myself' when I have a shiny new idea If I had a dollar for every time I had a new idea for my business, I'd be a very rich woman. And I'll be honest, one of the most fun (and rewarding) parts of being an entrepreneur is the opportunity to experiment and try new things. But one of the biggest lessons I've learned over the years is that you shouldn't always go full steam ahead on adding new offers to your business -- whether it be a course, a workshop, Live or Virtual event, or something else. It's smart to err on the side of caution, and really evaluate whether it's going to be something that adds value to your audience, and increases your bottom line. And here's why: If you spin the wheels trying to make every idea that you have happen, you're going to lose focus on something that might already be working really well. Now, there are certainly times when you should add something new to your business. I've done this many times. But every time I have a shiny new idea that I just can't stop thinking about, I force myself to take a pause, and run through my simple, 4-step ‘checklist' to make sure that it's really something that is going to benefit my business. And guess what? I'm sharing that exact 4-step checklist with you in this episode, so you can use it whenever you find yourself in a similar situation. So grab your notebook and be sure to take notes, because what you're about to hear could save you a lot of time and money in the long run. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."