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Puedes Hacerlo
140. Ponle Color a tu Camino

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 26:55


Este episodio es una invitación a reflexionar en la importancia y el impacto del color en nuestro camino de bajar de peso.  Tenemos a una invitada especial. Erika Franco, quien es consultora de imagen, maquillista y estilista profesional. Su pasión es ayudar a las mujeres a poder encontrar la mejor versión de ellas mismas. De lo más importante que Erika nos comparte son los siguientes puntos: Cuando pensamos en imagen pensamos que tiene mucho ver con el físico, la apariencia y lo que queremos que la gente vea de nosotros, Lo que realmente nos afecta es la autoimagen, que es la idea que tenemos de nosotras mismas.   Es nuestra responsabilidad construir una autoimagen basada en una autoestima sana y podemos hacerlo. Para poder lograrlo hay que sentirnos bien de adentro, porque somos seres integrales: somos cuerpo, alma, espíritu y mente. Es importante que todo esté conectado para realmente transmitir y vivir la versión más espectacular de nosotras mismas.  La imagen personal es un conjunto de nuestros pensamientos, un pensamiento es la actividad y creación de la mente. El color es una herramienta poderosa para comunicar y representar nuestras emociones y también puede cambiar nuestro estado de ánimo y humor.  El color está en todo lo que nos rodea. Proponemos enfocarte en el color de tres aspectos de tu camino: Colorea tu comidaEstá comprobado que la variedad de color en los alimentos reales (principalmente verduras) aporta sensación de saciedad y variedad de nutrientes. Colorea tus sentimientos ¿Qué color reconoces con cada emoción?ROJO (color fuerte, atrevido, mucha emoción, amor y enojo)AMARILLO (sol, felicidad, energia, alegria, cuando queremos sentirnos felices.)GRIS (nostalgia, desesperanza)ROSA (femenino, solidaridad, compasión, mezcla de rojo y blanco, bueno para conectarnos, conexión entre feminidad y masculinidad)AZUL (tristeza, tranquilidad, confianza)VERDE (esperanza, vida)NEGRO (no se considera color, ausencia de color, muerte, desesperenza, y lo utilizamos para proyectar poder y seguridad)Realmente la interpretación de los colores es algo muy personal.Sepamos que las emociones, realmente no son  buenas o malas, simplemente son emociones que necesitamos para protegernos de algo. Es nuestra responsabilidad balancear nuestras emociones para salir de donde estemos atorados. Colorea tu imagenNota el Impacto de los colores en tu vestir, en tus accesorios y en tu maquillaje.Explora y prueba si hay colores que puedan hacerte sentirte más de quien eres tú. La propuesta también es a atreverte  incluso a equivocarte, experimentar es una oportunidad para seguir fortaleciendo y engrandeciendo nuestra autoimagen. Diviértete experimentando! Colorea tu camino. Visita la pagina web de Erika es www.erikafranco.com y en instagram puedes encontrarla en  @efrancobeauty para seguir empapándote de los conceptos espectaculares que comparte. Esto como todo lo que compartimos en PuedesHacerlo, es solo una invitación a probar y comprobar, cómo es que cambiando nuestra manera de pensar, puede cambiar espectacularmente nuestra manera de vivir.  Ponle color a tu camino y vive espectacular. Puedes Hacerlo  Con cariño Tu coach Mónica Sosa

Bleav in LA Football with Ryan Dyrud and Talon Graff
EP 225 - Rams Survive With Sosa Kremenjas; Chargers, Trojans, And Bruins Preview

Bleav in LA Football with Ryan Dyrud and Talon Graff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 43:05


The Rams played sloppy, but held on and beat the Seahawks in Seattle. Sosa Kremenjas, host of Locked on Rams, joins the show to break it all down with Ryan Dyrud.Then, Ryan previews the Chargers big matchup with the Browns, and USC vs Utah, and UCLA vs Arizona.Subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts and follow us on YouTube and Social Media at @LAFBNetwork.Frostee Rucker Social – @TheOrganicFrostRyan Dyrud Social – @RyanDyrudLAFBSponsors:Brewery X in Anaheim: https://www.brewery-x.comhttps://www.BetOnline.AgAll Episode Links: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Casts | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Player FM | YouTubeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports with Jose V. - Joined by Sosa “The Locksmith” of Daily Bread Media - Episode 78

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 64:04


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s= Tonight we are joined by the homie Sosa “The Locksmith” Sports Investing Consultant for Daily Bread Media. We'll have an open conversation pertaining to this weeks NFL games, last weeks games, betting and any topics pertaining to this weeks and last weeks NFL action. Urban Meyer is back in the news. And not cause his team is winning. We'll talk about the video that came out of him getting a dance at his restaurant Meyers Pint House from a woman he “didn't know” that wasn't his wife. MLB Playoff talk as my New York Yankees lost to the Boston Red Sox in the one game Wild Card last night in Boston. Tonight is the NL Wild Card between the Red Hot St. Louis Cardinals and the favorite to win it all in most peoples eyes the Los Angeles Dodgers. Who will carry on and who will go home. We have 2 game 4's tonight in the WNBA as the Las Vegas Aces take on the Phoenix Mercury and the Chicago Sky take on the Connecticut Sun. We'll make sure to touch on that and see if our Aces live to see another day or is it time for them to take a vacation.  All that and so much more from the world of sports. Thank you to our show sponsors, Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond today, 702-813-0533! And our Personal Barber

The Thought Card
From Army To Digital Nomad: How Being in the Army Made Vicky Sosa A Better Traveler

The Thought Card

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 38:17


Vicky Sosa is a Florida-based blogger traveling around the world with her stuffed monkey Buddy. Stationed in Europe for three years with the Army, Vicky visited many countries including Spain, England, Norway, and Luxembourg. Years later, tired of the 9-5 lifestyle, she then sold all of her stuff and started traveling full-time through house sitting.  In this episode, Vicky Sosa shares how being in the army made her a better traveler and prepared her for a location-independent lifestyle.  In the extended interview Vicky shares how best to prepare for pitching brands and how to land press trips with tourism boards and hotels. Get access to our archive of bonus podcast episodes by joining The Thought Card Club, a private podcast feed for supporters.  This episode of The Thought Card Podcast is sponsored by Out Travel The System By Expedia, a travel podcast that features tips and tricks for making the most of your travel experiences. Follow today on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Want to support The Thought Card Podcast?  Consider leaving a rating and/or a review on Apple Podcasts sharing your honest feedback. You can also support the show by buying me a coffee (make a one-time donation).  Link to episode: https://podcast.thoughtcard.com/army-vicky-sosa-better-traveler/ 

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar
Los políticos empapelados en Pandora, Sin Maquillaje, Octubre 5, 2021

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 29:13


El primer nombre en saltar en la versión local era necesariamente el del presidente de la República. A nivel internacional no solo local, los líderes fueron privilegiados con las primeras planas. Antes que de la casa de gobierno se emitiera un comunicado ya dos medios importantes como el Washington Post y El país aclaraban que en en el caso de Abinader, las empresas aparecían en su declaración jurada de bienes como tenedoras de otras empresas que pagan impuesto. En Segundo lugar salta por rango Margarita Cedeño que aparece como apoderada de una empresa offshore que virtualmente no hizo ninguna operación. Los especialistas a quienes consulté me indican que es una práctica ordinaria en derecho corporativo en el que un propietario no quiere aparecer y apodera a abogado. El caso mas llamativo de los locales es del Víctor Díaz Rúa que es identificado como apoderado de una empresa que compra un apartamento valorado en 19 millones de dólares que termina en manos de la primera esposa del ex presidente Leonel Fernández. En los papeles de pandora aparece José Ramón Peralta y Donald Guerrero, colaboradores más que cercanos del expresidente Danilo Medina. También el actual ministro Jose Manuel Paliza. Los senadores Alexis Victoria y David Sosa también están empapelados y creo que el caso de los legisladores es el ideal para provocar una reflexión de la ciudadanía. Victoria declaró la empresa y Sosa no. En Dajabón todo el mundo sabe que el origen de las empresas de Sosa es viejo porque la empresa le precede como grupo familiar. Pero eso no lo disculpa. Para los ciudadanos y ciudadanas dominicanas Los papeles de Pandora tienen que ser asumidos en dos vertientes. El primero el de la transparencia necesaria de quienes quieren hacer vida política y pública y por tanto rendir cuentas; en segundo lugar desde la preocupación de quienes pagan impuestos y quienes crean estas empresas para evadirlos que es el motivo de la investigación internacional. Por lo que me han ayudado a analizar en el caso dominicano aparecen dos tipos de offshores en los citados papeles: empresas tenedoras de valores de otras empresas que pagan sus impuestos aquí y lo que podría ser una infracción o delito que son las empresas creadas para burlar la propiedad o propiedades cuyos dueños no aparecen. No sé a quien le toca la investigación pero la bola está en esa cancha.

Puedes Hacerlo
139. ¿Te late cambiar el “tengo'' por el “quiero”?

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 13:38


El título de este podcast como habrás notado es una pregunta: “¿Te late cambiar el tengo por el quiero? Y me refiero básicamente a cambiar “tengo que bajar de peso” por el “quiero bajar de peso". Hoy lo planteo como  una pregunta porque: ¿A quién le gusta que le impongan algo?  Es algo que quiero animarte a que tu explores, reflexiones y decidas si esto es algo que  realmente te late. Porque si tienes el hábito de usar el “tengo que bajar de peso”, “tengo que comer saludable”, “tengo que planear bien”, esto es algo que no es precisamente fácil de transformar, claro que es posible, más no es algo que por decidirlo una vez, ya lo hacemos por siempre. Entonces si es super importante que tú lo decidas.  Para poder lograr esta meta del peso ideal definitivamente, si hay algo que he podido comprobar que es importantísimo de atender, es el poder de las palabras. El impacto que tienen  esas frases que nos repetimos a nosotras mismas, esas palabras que usamos para “autoayudarnos”, es algo importante de atender.  Cuando nuestra conversación se llena de “tengo”, “tengo que cuidarme”, “tengo que comer bien”, “tengo que descansar”, “tengo que tomar agua”, “tengo que hacer ejercicio”, “tengo que ser constante”, “tengo que ser disciplinada”, “tengo que tomármelo con calma”, "tengo que ser paciente”, “tengo que ser buen ejemplo” ¿realmente nos  ayudamos?  Si eres alguien que suele experimentar constantemente este sentimiento de agobio, de carga, de “no me da la vida”, explora, probablemente el “tengo” está super arraigado a tu conversación contigo misma. Mi propuesta de inicio es cambiar el “tengo” por el “quiero”, porque el “tengo” se siente como  a obligación y el “quiero” en cambio se siente como a una decisión. Propongo esto porque si el camino hacia el peso ideal está lleno de acciones difíciles, al menos, asegúrate que sea una decisión y no una obligación.  Personalmente y lo veo en las participantes de mi programa para bajar de peso Puedes Hacerlo Espectacular, el cambiar el “tengo” por el “quiero”, me parece una gran estrategia, un cambio rápido, una genial alerta. Si además quieres probar el decretar, el sentirse más segura en que si lo puede lograr, y con ello más determinada para tomar acción y lograr tu meta, acompaña el “quiero hacerlo” con un “y puedo hacerlo”. ¿Te late cambiar el “tengo” por el “quiero”? ¿Te late además agregarle el “Puedo Hacerlo”? Pruébalo.  Cuando te llegues a sentir con ganas de rendirte, porque estás muy agobiada: conecta contigo, explora qué hay detrás  de ese agobio, seguro encuentras una gran lista de “tengo''. Normalmente el “tengo” se siente como agobio, y el “quiero” genuino nos da este sentido de soy libre y sé lo que quiero. Juega con las palabras hasta generar los sentimientos que te ayuden a querer tanto lograr tu meta, a disponerte a ir por ella hasta llegar a tenerla, hasta hacerla tuya. Puedes Hacerlo.  A ti que disfrutas estos conceptos del podcast y te has beneficiado de ellos, quiero decirte que dentro de nuestro programa de coaching Puedes Hacerlo Espectacular, estudiamos todos estos conceptos, los discutimos, los llevamos al siguiente nivel hasta hacerlos vida logrando así esta meta del peso ideal de manera definitiva. Te quiero decir es que si quieres ser parte de nuestro programa Puedes Hacerlo, aplica en monicasosa.com/puedeshacerlo por ahi puedes tener toda la información y acceso a nuestro programa, te espero. ‘ Vive espectacular.  Con cariño Tu coach Mónica Sosa

Claibs Online
Daily Cards with Bob Ramsey & Joe Roderick, 10/01/21

Claibs Online

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 15:37


October baseball! Wainwright signs for 2022 Lineup for Friday night Concerns for Yadi and Sosa? AL Wild Card race

Schlusskonferenz - Der Fußball-Podcast zu Bundesliga & Co.

Wie viel Aytekin steckt in der BVB-Niederlage bei Gladbach? Marschieren die Bayern jetzt wieder davon? Warum kann Christian Streich keine Humba? Und was ist nur bei der Hertha los? Wir besprechen den sechsten Spieltag.

Puedes Hacerlo
138. La verdad, lo que le falta a tus antojos

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 13:11


Si te suele suceder que tomas la decisión de  bajar de peso, porque realmente lo quieres y tienes claro que si no te dejaras llevar por todos tus antojos, avanzarías significativamente hacia tu meta, pero te cuesta hacerlo.  Hoy te propongo que a tus antojos les agregues algo específico. ¿Tienes antojos? ¿Esta es tu realidad? Agrégale esto que hoy te voy a recomendar a tus antojos, y veras como te sentirás super orgullosa de ser quien eres y además te sentirás clara y equipada para lograr esa meta que tanto deseas.  Imagina estar sintiéndote súper orgullosa porque has estado comiendo lo que planeabas, te sientes empoderada y además físicamente si sientes los beneficios de estar alimentándote con comida que te hace sentir desinflamada, con mas energía, ligera, esa sensación te gusta. Llega la tarde, y tu marido, llega con unos quesos, panes rústicos, miel, mermeladas, vino, chocolates, una de tus hijas prepara un plato de nachos o de papitas con salsa valentina, piensa en el ejemplo con el que más te identifiques. Claro lo que piensas inevitablemente es: “¡ufff no,  qué delicia!, ¡lo quiero, se me antoja!, ¡esto no hay todos los días, no puedo negarme!, a esto si no puedo decirle que no”. Sea el que sea el pensamiento, recordemos, nuestros pensamientos generan nuestros sentimientos. El pensamiento o los pensamientos que se te han presentado te generan si o si, sentirte antojada, urgida de comer. A continuación: ¿qué haces normalmente cuando estás así de antojada? Comes, picas, pruebas, con sufrimiento, sin sufrimiento, lo que sea pero, respondes de alguna manera a esta urgencia de tener este placer inmediato que esta frente a ti. Este es un ciclo que es buenísimo observar sin juicio, entender y reconocer que es lo que realmente sucede. Si esta  ha sido tu costumbre, la única manera de responder a tus antojos, puedes ver lo que  pasa y ha pasado, que te dejas llevar por el antojo, por lo que sientes. Pasa que comes de más y por tanto el resultado es que subes de peso o al menos no bajas. Cada una de nosotras puede averiguar  que más genera como resultado, si es además sentirte inflamada, luego culpable, luego frustrada, luego enojada y finalmente la historia de “yo no puedo”, “mi problema es que soy antojada”, “mi problema es mi marido”, “no puedo con mis antojos”. Si este es tu ciclo, te propongo quitarle la culpa a quien se la estes echando, dejar de intentar incluso desaparecer esos antojos. Mi propuesta es agregarle algo a tus antojos. Ya que brotaron todos esos pensamientos, ya que te sientes ahí frente al antojo, agrega a tu antojo lo que hoy vamos a llamar “la pausa de la verdad”. Esto implica que ante tu antojo, paras, no picas, no comes, solo te hablas con la verdad. Reconoce qué sientes. Nómbralo. “Siento un super antojo”,”urgencia de comer esto”, “se me antoja”, “lo quiero”. Continúa con la pausa, no piques, no comas, no hagas lo de siempre, sigue con la verdad. Y te lo pregunto: la verdad ¿qué es lo que más quieres? ¿Cuál es la verdad? Si tu verdad es: “quiero bajar de peso”, “quiero probar que pasa si sigo mi plan”, honra esa verdad. Respira, y haz esta pausa de la verdad, puedes repetirte algo como: “quiero esto que esta frente a mi y quiero más, lograr mi meta”. Entiendo que puedes dudar si serás capaz de acordarte de ella en la noche, en el restaurant, o donde quiera que te encuentres frente al antojo, date cuenta de que esto es algo nuevo. Si lo quieres probar, intenta practicarlo. Si se te olvida, vuelve a intentarlo, una y otra y otra vez, hasta que sea tu costumbre y tu nueva realidad. Pausa, respira y háblate con la verdad. “Quiero esto que está frente a mi y quiero más, lograr mi meta”. Esta es una respuesta diferente, un sentirte diferente, un tomar acción diferente y por supuesto te va a dar resultados diferentes. De entrada te sentirás y realmente serás más fuerte que tus antojos, vivirás en paz con ellos.  Esta pausa de la verdad te va a llevar a renunciar a ese placer inmediato y  también te va a llevar a conectar con el bien mayor, con lo que realmente quieres. Con la pausa de la verdad puedes parar ese ciclo del cual posiblemente te quejas tanto, ante el cual te has sentido víctima, frustrada, derrotada, paralizada.  Si en este hablarte con la verdad, tu decides que no quieres privarte de tus antojos, que quieres más comer lo que te ofrecen y lo que se te va presentando en tu día a día, date cuenta de que esta es tu decisión. No es que no puedes con tus antojos, es que no quieres responder a ellos de una manera diferente. Honra tu verdad.  No tienes que renunciar a tus antojos si tu no quieres, pero no sufras por las consecuencias, asúmelas. Esta pausa de la verdad, es un ejercicio de madurez emocional super poderoso. Te cuento que hay una clase que ofrezco y puede complementar o enriquecer a esta práctica, es la clase titulada

Sports on a Sunday Morning
September 26th, 2021, 11-12, Dan Reardon, John Mozeliak, NFL Picks

Sports on a Sunday Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 37:57


KMOX Golf Analyst Dan Reardon joins Tom Ackerman about the Ryder Cup.  Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak talks winning streak and health of Hicks and Sosa. Finally, NFL picks with Lauren Lovett. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shine
Conscious Entrepreneurship with Suzi Sosa

Shine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 55:44


Are you a CEO, a founder or a leader in the C suite? Did you have to let go of half your employees in 2020 or some of your senior leadership team? Or are you going through a huge reorganization of your business and trying to figure out how to be skillful, navigate racial inequities at work? And lets throw another piece into the mix, it's the middle of a pandemic! It sounds like a movie, but its not. You are not alone my friend. Our topic for today is conscious entrepreneurship with Suzi Sosa. Suzi is CEO and co-founder of Verb, a learning development platform, a loving mom, a friend, a sister, and a social entrepreneur. In this interview, we are going deep into three timely topics, each of which will provide you with applicable action steps to lead more consciously at work and in your life. We explore the fear mindset that Suzi grew up with and how she chooses to shift that story by staying awake, trusting, and surrendering. We also examine the inner game skills that Suzi relied on in the last year to be the conscious inclusive leader that she is. Lastly, how she responded skillfully in the midst of a difficult conversation and conflict around anti-racism with her team members. Suzi articulates how she did it and how she is continuing to learn and grow. Tune in to this insightful episode today!   SHINE Links: Leading from Wholeness Executive Coaching Leading from Wholeness Learning and Development Resources Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World by Carley Hauck Contact Carley Hauck Sign up for the Podcast! Carley on LinkedIn   Resources mentioned in this episode: Suzi Sosa on LinkedIn Verb, Inc. The Surrender Experiment: My Journey Into Life's Perfection by Michael A. Singer The Healing Organization: Awakening the Conscious of Business to Help Heal the World by Rajendra Sisodia and Michael J. Gelb     The Imperfect Shownotes   Carley Hauck 0:01   Hi, this is Carley Hauck and welcome to season four of the SHINE podcast. This is the last interview of the season. This podcast is all about the intersection of three things: conscious, inclusive leadership, the recipe for high performing teams, and awareness practices.   Before I tell you about our topic today, can you go over to Apple podcasts, hit the subscribe button so you don't miss any of our incredible interviews. I have many wonderful folks lined up for season five, which will end out 2021. And it would help so much if you could write a positive review, it helps folks find us and supports sharing the light. Thank you so much.   Our topic for today is conscious entrepreneurship with Suzi Sosa. Are you a CEO, a founder or a leader in the C suite? Did you have to let go of half your employees and 2020 or some of your senior leadership team? Or are you going through a huge reorganization of your business and trying to figure out how to be skillful, navigate racial inequities at work. And it's the middle of a pandemic? Sounds like a movie. You are not alone my friend.   Meet one of my favorite humans and conscious inclusive leaders Suzi Sosa. Suzi is CEO and co-founder of Verb, a learning development platform, a loving mom, a friend, a sister, a social entrepreneur. In this interview, we are going deep into three things. And you will be able to really take away some applicable action steps to lead more consciously at work and in your life.   Number one, how Suzi grew up with this narrative that if you aren't vigilant, on it all the time, your life is gonna fall apart, you'll be destitute. That's a lot of fear mindset. Learn how she chooses to shift that story by staying awake, taking one step at a time, trusting and surrendering the path.   Number two, what inner game skills has Suzi relied on in the last year to be the conscious inclusive leader that she is? Number three- how do you respond skillfully in the midst of a difficult conversation and conflict around anti racism with your team members? Suzi will articulate how she did it. And it's continuing to learn and grow. It's always a choice in practice. These are just some of the nuggets I loved out of this interview. I'm excited to share it with you. Thanks for being here.   Carley Hauck 03:37   Suzi, I feel so delighted to have you on the SHINE podcast. Thank you for being here.   Suzi Sosa 03:42   Oh, thank you for having me. It's great to be with you.   Carley Hauck 03:45 So everyone, this is my friend Suzi Sosa who is the co-founder and CEO of Verb. And I can't wait for you to hear her story and let her shine her beautiful light. So Suzi, one of the first questions that I often ask folks to come on to the podcast is what does conscious inclusive leadership and business mean to you?   Suzi Sosa 04:16   Hmm. Why I think the word conscious is the first one that means the most to me, which is really about waking up. And that's actually something that I found in my inner work is actually my life's purpose is to wake people up. And to be conscious of what's happening. I think that, you know, a lot of us go around life in a kind of non state, we do things by default. There's a sort of obvious way to do things. And to me, to be a conscious leader means you're not just walking around running your company in the obvious default way, you're actually fully present in, you know, mind body spirit.   And asking yourself, you know, is this the way that I want to do things? Is this what is best for me? Is this what's best for my people? Is this what's best for the customers? Is this what's best for the planet? So that's what conscious leadership is, to me, it's awake, right? It's fully present.   And I think inclusive leadership is a very natural derivative of that, that when you wake up, and you look around at what you're doing, as a business leader, you become aware that not everybody is experiencing the same level of inclusion. And that's hurting your business. So you, I believe, then start to think about, okay, what does it take for me to create the kind of company that you know, is holistic, is healing and welcomes all. So conscious and inclusive business as one that's being very intentional about how it shows up, what it wants to do, how it interacts with all of its stakeholders, it's serving something higher than financial motive. And, you know, it's really driven by that kind of stakeholder model, where it's not just providing benefit to one singular group of shareholders, but it's really thinking about the inclusivity of all different kinds of stakeholders that it impacts.   Carley Hauck 06:40   Wonderful, thank you. So I hear part of it is waking up. It's really taking into account all the people that the business is impacting, and really looking to see how it can bring an inclusive, maybe lens, to all the stakeholders, just kind of summarizing some of those key points. And I heard, more importantly, that your purpose is to wake people up. So I want to go into that a little bit. How are you waking people up? Right now?   Suzi Sosa 07:13   In this conversation with you, hopefully, someone will listen to this. And oh, I've never thought of that before. Right now, my fulfillment of my life's purpose is as the CEO of a company called Verb. And we provide leadership training through an online platform. And we focus specifically on the conscious skills that you write about, in SHINE, that we call, at Verb, we call them human centered leadership skills. And they include things like self awareness, empathy, authenticity, self care.   And, so my, my vision, and my goal for Verb is that we offer this training through companies to their employees, and that people get exposed to the possibility of a different way of being through what we teach them on Verb, much like you do with your book. And that they kind of wake up to the possibility of showing up differently at work, but and in other aspects of their life, that maybe that self awareness, or that newfound mindfulness or newfound connection to compassion might also wake them up to how they are being with their children or with their partner with their neighbor, or whoever it might be.   So that's my goal right now is to help people wake up to a life of greater fulfillment, joy, connection, by getting access to these personal power skills that maybe they didn't really know about before.   Carley Hauck 8:58   And what I imagine is also inherent, even though you didn't say it is maybe waking up to greater meaning, right? And even even like the purpose that you feel very connected to, you know, we are in such an important time, and you and I've had a lot of side conversations about this, but just the the opportunity and the responsibility that we have, as a humanity right now as a collective to really make the right decisions for the long term for the future generations.   And I think that right now, as we're seeing in the workplace, this great resignation happening where 40% of folks are leaving their current roles in their jobs, mostly because either it wasn't the right fit or it's not the right team, or it's void of real meaning and purpose. And when we have things hovering above us, like, you know, systemic racism and impending climate change and you know, climate catastrophe like it brings it home that what I am actually choosing right now has more impact than maybe any other time.   Suzi Sosa 10:15   Yeah. For sure, I think that, you know, everybody's waking up to this a little bit. And in the last year and a half, when many people have felt, you know, that death was closer than ever before. Suddenly, you ask yourself, oh, gosh, well, if my time here is short, what do I want to do with my life? Who do I want to spend time with? How do I want my days to be? Who do I want to put myself in service to? If that's what work is? Right? Do I want to be in service of selling a product that causes harm? Or do I want to be in service of a business that is doing good?   Carley Hauck 11:02   Wonderful? Well, I know that you started off, you know, in social entrepreneurship, and in many ways Verb is continuing that just, you know, it kind of in a different way and a different model. And for those folks that don't know what social entrepreneurship is, and I know that you were, you know, part of co-creating the social entrepreneurship program at UT Austin, you were also recognized in 2014, as Ernst and Young was a social entrepreneur of the year. Could you tell folks what that is, and why that's important to you?   Suzi Sosa 11:43   Yeah, I'd be happy to. And I'll just tell a little bit of a story of how I got to it. Because I didn't really know what it was in the beginning. I went to grad school to become a civil servant. I thought that was how I could support and help the most people, I was always clear that I wanted to be an agent of social change. And my second day of work was 9/11. I was working. I was working in the US Department of Commerce, giving grants to low income communities in the southwest and in the southwest region, based in Austin. And our budget was frozen, as the government kind of recalibrated how they wanted to respond to 9/11.   And I was young and idealistic and impatient. So I quit. I said, Well, you guys aren't doing anything. And there's a lot that needs to get done. And I ended up meeting an entrepreneur here in Austin, Texas, who had started one of the very first prepaid debit card companies called Netspend. And they were selling these prepaid cards to the working poor, mostly African American and Hispanic women who didn't want to use traditional bank accounts because they were living paycheck to paycheck. And those overdraft fees might be what they would spend monthly on their utilities or on groceries. And so they couldn't afford $40 of overdraft fees once or twice a month.   And I was captivated by this business, because it was actually serving a very needy population with a product that actually the federal government had been trying to figure out. They had been creating federal banking programs to help the unbanked, but they hadn't been very successful in distribution. And so then this was in the early 2000s. And I started wandering around asking, why can't we take the best of the nonprofit world and the best of the business world and bring them together, and I didn't have a term for it at the time. But eventually, I stumbled on this, quote, social entrepreneurship community. And they were using terms like double bottom line and triple bottom line businesses, which meant that you would build a business that was held accountable not just to financial performance, but also to some kind of social impact goals. Or if it was triple bottom line, it would have financial goals, social impact goals, and environmental goals.   And so that was like my people. And I kind of dedicated myself to social entrepreneurship, both in terms of working with entrepreneurs in the for profit world, and also in the nonprofit world, looking at things like earned income models and helping nonprofits to become more scalable and more financially healthy and not always relying on donations. And it was very much a stepping stone to conscious capitalism and conscious leadership where I am now.   The piece that was missing for me in social entrepreneurship is actually the individual and personal piece. It was always focused on the structure of the business. So if you had a double bottom line business, you were a social entrepreneur. And it didn't matter whether you were living a life of integrity, practicing responsibility, being authentic, creating trust, because no one was talking about the personal dimension. And it wasn't until I arrived in the conscious capitalism community that they brought that layer in too. So there was accountability for how the business was organized, and accountability for how you as a leader show up and how you interact with your team.   Carley Hauck 15:28   Well, and they're so integrated, right, like, you can't have one without the other.   Suzi Sosa 15:36   Yeah, I mean, I've seen a lot of social enterprises that I don't think are run consciously, where, you know, people are not given time for self care, or where there isn't honesty and integrity. So there's a bit of hypocrisy there, right. And so I think it's really fantastic to, like, level up the game, it's not just enough to have a social impact, or maybe, you know, have a positive environmental impact. There's also the kind of how you show up as a human being that matters to?   Carley Hauck 16:08   Well, that's a really great pivot, thank you for that answer, into, you know, how you are choosing to show up right now, at work as a leader of Verb, for your family, for your community. And in the last year and a half, we've all been going through quite a lot of volatility, of uncertainty of ambiguity of complexity. And I know that consciousness is something that's a value to you, and you've already had various practices.   But I wonder, what are the practices that have really helped you stay strong? And we could say, awake and courageous at this time? And maybe even is there one that you are even growing more into leaning more into? So they're kind of two separate questions like, what's the base, now that you've had, because like, I even think about myself, you know, I wrote for four years on this inner game, which was really written for this time, you know, for this complex, uncertain time. And so I'm aware that thank goodness, I already had this foundation of practice for 20 plus years. And I'd been teaching it and facilitating it. And it never goes away. Like, it's never like, Oh, I'm done. We just had this conversation, there are layers and layers and going into even deeper aspects of these capabilities of the skills.   Suzi Sosa 17:48   For sure. You know, the time when my conscious leadership was forged, was really, in 2013, I had decided to get divorced. And I had, at the time, a one year old and a three year old. And I started Verb, the same year. And unfortunately, you know, in the wake of my divorce, I was not in a very financially healthy position, I had quite a bit of debt, I think I had about $5,000 of savings, and a brand new company. And so there was a lot of resilience needed to navigate the trials and tribulations of the startup. And also just this whole new identity.   You know, I remember I used to think about myself as a divorcee, I can't know what it all of that means. And it was in those early years as Verb floundered and as I really didn't have any kind of safety net, that I had to build those skills of self awareness, like Who am I? And I'm no longer this wife, I'm no longer this, you know, partner, I have a whole new identity being created. And I'm having to manage very young kids, a brand new company and all of this uncertainty.   So like you, I feel grateful that I've had, you know, a decade of intense practice, and the last year called upon a lot of those skills. And when I, you know, first went through that period in 2012-2013, I think that, uh, at the time, I was learning how to toggle a lot between a couple of different energy states and one was kind of a self care. So for me, that's been a mixture of meditation, exercise, healthy eating and rest. And when I go through periods of intense stress, I actually do tend to lean into that more and I get more regular with exercise more regular with cooking and, and then what that toggles between is actually kind of a warrior energy, which is about focus, prioritization, really figuring out what's important making difficult decisions confronting things.   And so last year and 2020, I really relied back on those kind of two natures at times of, you know, really focusing more on caregiving, whether myself or with my team, and at other times really focusing on warrior energy and decisive leadership. Where I'm moving to now is I really was taken by Mickey Singer's book, The Surrender Experiment, and this concept of really just surrendering to whatever's happening, because I think that the inner game skills that I learned in the 2012-2013 period, and even that I relied on last year, are still trying to kind of muscle things a little bit, like, Okay, I'm gonna, I'm really gonna go intense into self care, you know, and there's a bit of like, look at me how much I'm self caring. And now it's like, I'm really gonna go into leadership and, and what I love about where you're on exactly, and what I love about the practice of surrender is not muscling in anymore. And for me, that is really leaning into faith, abundance, the sense of trust that things are going to work out. And that's like a higher order, way of being a conscious leader.   So it's, it's challenging, you know, I was raised in a family culture where the, you know, we were taught, if you're not vigilant, your life will fall apart, you know, that the, that the universe tends toward chaos, isolation, disease, death, poverty, you know, basically, if you are not on it at all times, you'll be, you know, destitute, dying, and under a bridge. And so it's a choice I have to make to believe that the universe has got my back. And all I need to do is just like, stay awake, stay open, and keep walking in the path that is, you know, being revealed in front of me. So that's, that's my current focus and what I'm working on.   Carley Hauck 22:28   Hmm, thank you so much. That was a beautiful answer. And I just can really feel the depth of how you have experimented and your awareness of watching it. of, you know, we could say the masculine, the feminine, right, that Yin Yang, and then this surrendering, which I just kind of think of is like that middle point, where you're just oh, this is this is what's happening. Okay. This is how I'm choosing to show up right now.   Suzi Sosa 23:00   Yeah, and just stay in that place of curiosity, like, I've really been practicing, saying to myself, Oh, I can't wait to see how this is gonna work out. You know, when I'm in a moment of uncertainty, and instead of worrying about it and ruminating on scenarios, Oh, I'm so curious to see how this is gonna work out.   Carley Hauck 23:20   I have some questions that I asked myself too, which just kind of turns it. It's more that growth mindset of the possibility, which is like, Oh, I wonder what amazing opportunities are gonna come in my door, or I wonder what incredible team I'm going to join. Or I wonder how I'm going to be in service today? Or like, Where's the magic interview today? You know, just all of those, I think, keeps it in a state of Unknowing but positive outlook. Yeah. Yeah. Great.   Well, I have so many more questions for you. So the next one I'd love to ask is, you know, I, I know that a few months ago, we were going to have a conversation just just to chat and talk informally and catch up and you emailed me and basically shared with me, from a very skillful way. Hey, Carley, um, you didn't use these words, but essentially, like you weren't in a good space to talk.   And that was because of a conflict that was happening within your team at Verb around the subject of anti racism. And you wanted to take time to reflect, to figure out how you wanted to show up and I wanted to ask you, how you were able to be authentic, about your views on that. To engage in more healthy conflict with your team around a topic that clearly you felt very passionate about, and we're having a lot of feelings about depending on, you know, the conversations and maybe the different worldview and lived experiences that other folks were having, and then how you were able to maybe bring in some compassionate accountability and agreements, would you be willing to share more?   Suzi Sosa 25:22     Yes, you know, the conversation about race equity inclusion was another one of the very hard things that showed up for me in 2020. You know, my business last year was, you know, in a state of survival. And I was very focused on, you know, making it through what, at the time, you know, we didn't have any visibility into how long this pandemic was going to last and what was going to happen to the economy afterward. So in June of 2020, we had started to expand our own DEI offerings inside of our product for our customers, because as a leadership development platform, it was obviously a topic that we needed to be supporting companies with.   And my team leadership team came to me as a group, and said, Hey, we don't feel comfortable selling this when we're not doing this work actively in the company. And, and my very first reaction was like, I don't have time for this, you know, I felt like we were in survival mode. And I also was just confronted that you know, what, you know, you think, you know, our company is not not being run well. And it was very challenging, I had so much resistance to even wanting to take on learning about something new, and exploring my own blind spots, you know, coming up with a point of view, one of the things they wanted me to do was to write a statement about Verbs a point of view on racism after the murders last year, and I felt like overwhelmed.   Like, I didn't know what my point of view was, I hadn't really been reading about it, I hadn't been thinking about it. And so that sparked a journey that we are on now to become an anti-racist company and support other companies and becoming anti-racist. And on the day, when you and I were supposed to have a call, we had our anti-racism working group had just met. And we, some of the group members had facilitated a conversation with the rest of us about how white supremacy, culture shows up at Verb.   And they we broke into small groups and so we broke into small groups, and then everybody reported out and I'm sitting there listening to my team members, speaking plainly about their experience of how the culture of white supremacy shows up at Verb- a company that I that I think of as being run as a conscious company, and we specialize in conscious leadership. And it was very intense. And confronting, and, and that's why I couldn't talk to you because I was like, I have to process this. Yeah, hold on a moment.   Carley Hauck 28:32   Yeah, be reflective, self manage, I felt very in support of you taking that time taking care of yourself. Yes.   We're at the midway point of this wonderful interview. And I wanted to take just a few minutes to pause to take a little body break, breath, notice the tension in your body, maybe do some shoulder circles back, take some deep breaths, a little wiggle, a little sigh.   And I'd like to share an insight that I've been gathering in the last 1920 months since the pandemic started. I've been talking to lots of CEOs, founders, chro, Senior talent, folks, these are the people that I partner with when I'm brought in to support learning, leadership development, culture work. And what I knew when the pandemic hit was that these more extrinsic rewards of, you know, free cafeteria food and Amazon gift cards and shuttle buses that would bring all the commuters in Silicon Valley where I lived and served many industries and high growth startups for many years. That's not available anymore. So because I've always known the need for learning leadership development, I knew that that was going to become the new priority. And that would be what would actually keep teams and companies thriving, engaged, connected, high performing and innovative.   And in the past, learning, leadership development and culture work was typically the first thing that was cut by the budget. But now, I see this recognition of companies in all industries that this is the thing that we need to invest in, and we need to invest in our people. And because I've supported so many different companies in the last decade, LinkedIn, Intuit, Pixar, Bank of the West, high growth startups, I've often been brought in for the reorg to implement new structure systems. And it is imperative that when we're going through the reorg, which is what we're all doing right now, all businesses all over the world, that there's an assessment to see where is the psychological safety and trust in the teams and the leadership and the overall culture because if that's not there, then any new systems, any new structures are not going to succeed.   And upskilling is really what we're seeing is going to create this flourishing, hybrid distributed future of work. And the upskilling that I've really supported in many industries and companies, I call this the inner game or the power skills. These have everything to do with being a human centered leader and workplace. And they're what I talk about in my new book SHINE. And they support the company to get ready for the new next. And by investing internally in your people, and upskilling in these capabilities for self awareness, emotional intelligence, empathy, agility, decision making, critical thinking, resilience, you're creating an environment to nurture the best possible potential.   And you're also giving your employees what they really want, which is learning and leadership and mentoring and coaching, and they're not going to want to go anywhere else, they're gonna want to stay. I would love to support you in the challenges that you and your business are facing right now. And I have a proven track record of success and a wealth of experience, and strategic know-how to do this. You can book a free consultation with me to learn more on how I and my team can support you in a more full time capacity. The link is in the show notes. Now back to the interview.   Suzi Sosa 33:13   But I think that, you know, how leaders respond to those moments is everything. And so when you, you know, ask me, you know, how do I help support, productive conflict, that Verb, it's in the way that I respond in moments like that, right? And at the time, I intently listened, and I had my inner game skills, like, on on all cylinders, because there were so many moments in that conversation where the little voice in my head wanted to argue, rebut, you know, whatever respond or even sometimes just shut down in shame, you know, and it was like, stay open, stay open, listen, be present, hear what they're saying. You know, and, and so it's moments like those that create the like, kind of organizational history and culture that allow for other conflict for other voices to come up.   Carley Hauck 34:23   Well, and for transformation and healing, right? Like if we're not willing to stay, and we go into that fight or flight response, right, the fight or the shutting down in the freezer, or just the freeze, right? And then there is that break, and it takes courage to be willing to stay to be with that level of discomfort. And, you know, stay open to it, stay in curiosity, you would use that word before. So where are you now?   Suzi Sosa 34:55   We, actually personally, what a transformation just for myself, like, I remember it starting out that I was appalled by the idea that I would ever call myself a racist, like, I am not a racist, you know, I was so sure of that. And now I know I was just, I am a racist, and I was racist, just unknowingly. You know, I was kind of oblivious. I don't know if there's a term, but I was kind of oblivious, racist, because I was not at all thinking about the experience of non-white people, in my company, in our in my neighborhood, in our country.   And so there was a great awakening for me. And also, I did, I joined some courses. So I kind of got deep into the learning part of the work, which gave me a level of enough confidence about the topic that I could start to form my own point of view, which is where things you know, for me to get exciting, because I'm not in a reaction mode, I'm actually in a creator mode. And now I can say, oh, who do I want to be in this conversation? Who do I want my company to be in this conversation? Like, what are we going to do? What are we going to stand for? How are we going to help?   And we have so far to go, you know, our anti-racism working group is now and just finished it's eight months of working together, which, you know, in a 400, and then a 400 year history of what we're trying to change. It's, it's like, nothing, it's a blink. So we're very, very early, but we're developing some skill around it. And, and my goal, you know, you know, I want to change how people experience work at Verb on the day to day, and I want us to just build this practice of looking, looking, talking, asking ourselves, are we operating in a way that's aligned with who we want to be and then you know, it's an endless loop of, of looking and asking and changing and looking and asking and changing, I don't think that we're ever going to be done with the work. It's just a practice that we're building as a conscious company.   Carley Hauck 37:24   What I hear underneath that is that there has to be enough psychological safety and you being the leader, one of the core leaders, that is that is setting that that is modeling, hey, I'm open, I might be like, in discomfort, but I'm open to hearing what you have to say, and I'm gonna stay curious. And I want to hear, and then I'm actually gonna shift like, I'm gonna take it into consideration seriously, and I'm committed to this. And that is what I think, you know, creates that overall commitment by the company and the different experience totally for everyone. Wonderful.   Suzi Sosa 38:07   Yeah, it's, it's a, it's something that you can't create in a moment you create through lots and lots of interaction. So I have one of the leaders on my team, who was the person who pushed me the most in the conversation about race, and she really had to go into an edge, you know, just to say the things to me, like, Hey, boss, you know, that like, this does not work or what you said here, or, you know, and so she made herself vulnerable to do that. And then the way I responded to that, you know, okay, she realized, okay, I can do this. So she could do it a little more. And, you know, that's how it works, you know, at the individual level, not at the team level, and at the company level.   And one of the things that I've learned in this last year, that I found was the most effective if you want to give a steroids shot of psychological safety into your company, is to apologize. And think that real vulnerable, authentic apologies, have like such a ripple effect, right? They show what you're, what you stand for, and what you're committed to. They show as a leader that you're willing to be vulnerable and admit that you made a mistake. And we all know that an environment where people can fail is very important for innovation and transformation. And it really shows that commitment to kind of doing something differently.   And so, you know, there have been a couple of moments in the past couple of years when there was a reason I needed to apologize and I do that now openly, you know, in front of the appropriate audience, depending on what happened. And it really creates like an extra boost, like others feel like oh, okay, you know she did that, then maybe I can take a risk and say this thing or I know that I can clean up something I did that didn't go the way I planned.   Carley Hauck 40:17   Wonderful. Well, and what I hear you exercising in the apology is, you know self awareness, emotional intelligence, the growth mindset of resilience. But then also, you know, that authenticity where you're taking personal responsibility, and you're being humble. Hey, messy human here, how you doing?   Suzi Sosa 40:48 Yeah, totally. Yeah, it's really uncomfortable. It's, it's, but it's something that the more you do it, the better you get at it. And I think there's a lot of freedom in recognizing that your actions don't define you, you know, and that's, it's something again, that just takes practice to believe and to feel like, my actions don't define me. And so when you do mess up, you can go and apologize and not have that mean that you are a lesser person, or should be relegated to shame or something like that.   Carley Hauck 41:21 Yeah, and I want to just mirror back what I just saw in your body, because not everybody will, nobody can see you, but I can. I'm the lucky one, I get to see Suzi. But when you just said that my actions don't define me, your shoulders came back, your chest opened up, you've and kind of tilted your head up. Like there was sunshine beaming, you know, there is just a full expansion. And then you just kind of just shake off that shame, right? Like, I mean, that that's what's so powerful about mindfulness, right? Like, every moment is a unique moment, it will never be the same. And we can change at any moment.   So well, I could talk to you all day. One day, I'm sure we'll have that opportunity. But time that we have right now I have two juicy questions for you left. So I'm speaking on this whole topic of, you know, diversity, inclusion, equity belonging, I know that you just did a powerful panel on creating a culture of belonging yesterday at the virtual conscious capitalism. And what were some broad strokes or takeaways that you could share? I mean, creating a culture of belonging in a remote distributed hybrid workforce. Whoo!   Suzi Sosa 42:47   Yeah. I think I call that the Black Diamond level challenge. So, you know, it's one more worthy of taking on. I was actually just facilitating a conversation with my dear friend Kim Mans, who's the founder and CEO of H3Diversity, and she has a really fantastic framework of head, heart and hands for approaching DEI. Yes, and Carley shaking her hands. And, and, and yesterday, what we really went deep into was the heart. And that belonging is really much more accessible when you connect to it from a heart center, you know, even before you get to the head. So what we did is we asked all the participants to go into pairs and think about a time when they were part of an organization where they felt they belonged. And what was that like? And what did that make available to you?   And it was things like, trust and expression and freedom and comfort and safety. And then a little bit later, we said, Now think about a time when you were somewhere where you felt you didn't belong? And it could be in a foreign country or in another organization? And how did that impact what you brought, right? And in the people in their sharing, it was so real. And what I found interesting was the few of the people that shared. You know, one was a Jewish man who grew up in the military at a time when it was not common to have Jewish people in the military. And he was in a part of the US where he also didn't feel very culturally welcome.   Another woman shared about being one of the first female CFOs in her generation and that she was often coached by mentors not to bring certain aspects of her womanhood to the job as a CFO. And so what became available to everyone is that this topic of belonging is not a conversation about race. It's a conversation about our whole selves and what is it like to be able to bring If not your whole self, but Gosh, a whole heck of a lot of yourself. Right? A lot of your parts. Yes, exactly.   And, and I think one of the key takeaways was for all of us to just be, you know, a little more aware, and maybe even asking our people like, you know, do you feel that you get to bring your whole self to work and what would be needed for you to feel that you could bring more of yourself to work, because, like, in those two examples of, you know, her gender and his religion, there might be aspects of someone's being that you're not even aware that they don't feel they can bring, right.   And so I think what my big takeaways from what Kim was sharing with everyone is one to start with the heart, and to really connect to our own personal experiences of feeling when we belong, and when we don't. And then to get real curious about the people who are around you and what their experience is of belonging in your organization.   Carley Hauck 46:02   Beautiful, thank you, start with the heart, get really curious, share your own experience. And also, I think, be willing to be maybe a little bit more vulnerable, right, so that people do get to see you. And then you get to see like, can they meet you where you are, right.   Suzi Sosa 46:25   And I think there's a bit of creativity that is going to be required too, because we're all used to again, just going back to that unconscious leadership of doing things and kind of default way and maybe not even realizing that that may, those activities might undermine belonging. So for example, in my company, we used to celebrate a lot by going out drinking. And that was just a common thing, you know, you could have a great day or a great week, or close a deal, everyone goes to the bar. And in the conversation about inclusion, some of our team members shared that they always felt a bit excluded, because they, you know, had small kids at home, they couldn't go to a bar, they didn't feel comfortable at a bar they didn't like drinking. And that caused us to have to get creative and say, Okay, well, are there other ways we can celebrate that are more inclusive?   And, you know, that's a simple example. But I think there are a lot of other things that we were just doing as a kind of default mode as a company, because it's the way I've always done it.   Carley Hauck 37:28   It's the dominant culture, right? Like, like, let's get unconscious. You know? I don't, I don't drink personally, either. So that's, that's where that comes from.   Suzi Sosa 47:43   Exactly. So I think that it's gonna take for the grizzled gray leaders like me, it's gonna take some curiosity and some open heartedness to explore doing things really differently than we've always done before.   Carley Hauck 47:58   Yeah, and I, for anybody that loves drinking, and it's not a conscious or an unconscious thing that that remark was a little unskillful. So I'm just acknowledging that I hope that didn't brush anybody the wrong way.   Okay, one more quick question. And the question that I have for you is, I know that part of the waking up and verb and, you know, the leadership that you put out into the world is motivated by social impact by this passion for diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging. But I feel really curious, in this great awakening, unraveling of systems, of structures that we're in to create a workplace in a world that works for everyone, and is really in harmony with the planet, so that we have a flourishing future. What do you think is really important in the next one to two years for leaders and companies to take action on now? Big question.   Suzi Sosa 49:07   Yeah, I know that it's about expanding our view, and confronting some of these old norms. So for example, one of the questions we were all confronted with last year was whether as a company you should take a political stand for whether we should take a stand on racism and other social justice questions. And I think most companies in the past have said that we're just business, we are not going to pine on politics or social questions, but that isn't really a viable option anymore. We have to expand our view of the responsibility of business. We can't just say, oh, all we do is make money. You know, no, don't worry about us over here, because obviously the way we're making money is deeply impacting our social structures, our environment and, and more.   So I would say the headline is, business has to expand its view of itself of its responsibility. You know that, to me means, you know, every company has to serve some higher purpose than profit. Like it, profit is not a goal. John Mackey, the founder of Whole Foods, who's been an incredible mentor of mine who says, the purpose of a business is no more about making money than the purpose of a human body is to make red blood cells. You need those red blood cells to fulfill your life's purpose. Business needs money to fulfill its life's purpose. But making money can't be the purpose.   And I believe that's going to be every company, not just the social entrepreneurs or the conscious, conscious companies. And I think that business has to expand its view of its responsibility to employees, community and the planet. So a couple of years ago, years ago, a book came out called The Healing Organization, from a couple of authors in the conscious capitalism community. And they argued that it's not enough to do no harm, that businesses actually have to step up and heal the harm of the past.   And so, you know, your employees are suffering from mental health issues, right now they are. And as a business leader, it is your responsibility to help them deal with that. Your business is present in a community that has wounds of systemic racism and poverty in it. And it is your responsibility to heal those, even though you may not have been around when the wounds were first created, and so forth. So I think there's really, at the, you know, again, at the headline, it's this expanded view of what business is, is meant to do, of what business is responsible for. And I hope that will buy us a shot at keeping capitalism because I really do believe that capitalism has the potential to to support our planet in terms of prosperity, and meeting human needs, but the way it's been showing up, isn't working. And it has to evolve.   Carley Hauck 52:24   Yeah. Yeah. If we could be more altruistically motivated, like an altruistic new economy, I did a podcast episode with a colleague and friend of mine several months back, and we talked all about, you know, the new incentives for a more just economy. Wow, I love that answer. And, you know, I love that you referenced The Healing Organization, because often, and I even write about this in my book, because I also really studied systems, you know, the organizational system of a company, but also the system of a human body. I think of myself as a healer, for business and for organizations. And I'm always brought in, when there is a massive imbalance, there is a dis-ease within the company that I'm being asked to intervene and solve for and create the pathway for healing.   So and I feel like, you know, in the remote hybrid, distributed workforce that we are evolving into Learning and Leadership Development, are going to be so important for how we communicate, how we innovate, how we collaborate, how we stay engaged, and I'm just so excited to see how Verb you know, is able to be part of that new future of learning. Suzi, it's been so delightful to have you. I will leave you know, links to you in our show notes. How do people get in touch with you and stay connected?   Suzi Sosa 54:12   Yeah, I'll share with you my email address and then certainly on LinkedIn, and you can follow us at Verb, but I would be happy to connect with anyone who's listening and wants to chat. Thank you so much for having me. It's such a treat to be able to talk about these things with you.   Carley Hauck 54:29   Oh, likewise, thank you for your authenticity.   Thank you Suzi. As always, our conversations are so nourishing and love your bold humility and deep authenticity. If you have questions or want to connect with Suzi, please use the link in the show notes to reach out. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with friends, families or colleagues, we are all in this together and sharing is caring.   If you have questions, comments or topics you would like me to address on the podcast, please email me at support@carleyhauck.com. I would love to hear from you. And if you enjoy this episode, again, please write a positive review on your favorite podcast listening platform. Thank you for being part of this community. And until we meet again, for season five, be the light and shine the light.

The Baby-Sitters Club Club
SB 002 - "The Worst Best Man," by Mia Sosa

The Baby-Sitters Club Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 81:37


A buttoned-up, logical control freak and an impulsive Creative Professional put aside their differences and get together to discuss this fiery romance novel by Mia Sosa. Music credits: “Chopstick Slapstick,” by OurMusicBox "In a Dubstep," by FAS Sounds “Typewriter Blues,” by AllenGrey Special thanks to Baby Bee Carys for the theme music! Subscribe to our Patreon at Patreon.com/BSCCPodcast and support the show at Bit.ly/RattlesnakeJake! Advertise on The Baby-Sitters Club Club via Gumball.fm --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jack-shepherd8/support

BK & Ferrario
The Best of BK & Ferrario - September 16th, 2021 - That was the best series of the year for the Cardinals.

BK & Ferrario

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 180:40


10:00 - This was the best series of the year for the Cardinals. 10:15- Is Lars Nootbaar or Edmundo Sosa the most likely Cardinals devil magic player? 10:30 - NFL Quick Hitters 10:45 - Does the Cardinals recent performance change your evaluation of Mo? 11:00 – The Cardinals defense was on full display this weekend. 11:15 – Are Cardinals fans finally ready to buy into this team? Plus a Ferrario Five: The 5 reasons to believe 11:30 – 2011 World Series Champion Mitchell Boggs on the upcoming reunion and the 2011 WS run. 12:00 – Would you sign up if Sosa became this...? 12:15 – What does STL want from this Rams lawsuit? 12:30 – Former MLB Manager Jim Riggleman on managing during a postseason run. 12:45 – The Junk Drawer 1:00 – Should there be an advantage for the 1st wild card team this year? 1:15 – Believe it Or Not 1:30 – NFL & CFB Pick em 1:45 – Crossover

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
09-16-21 Segment 1 Teaser Trouble

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 59:43


Jay Jr. in studio, Hrabe on the Comrex, we can't be stopped. Pick 6 controversy. Prod Joe claims that Iggy's teasers are invalid. Iggy retaliates. Confusion on Iggy's part. Joe not pleased. Cardinals with a big victory over the Mets last night. Cards with a game and a half lead for the 2nd wildcard. Sosa and DeJong. 

HIPAA Critical
56. Sara Sosa: "An informed team is an effective team."

HIPAA Critical

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 11:57


Episode 56 of HIPAA Critical features an interview with Sara Sosa, Director of Information Services at Vista Care. 

Puedes Hacerlo
136. Mejor a la Basura que a tu Cintura

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 11:59


Esto de “mejor a la basura que a tu cintura” es lo contrario a frases como, “me lo como porque no quiero desperdiciar comida”, “porque no debo desperdiciar comida”. Hoy propongo reflexionar en el significado que muchas de nosotras solemos darle a estas frases.  “Mejor a la basura que a la cintura”, es una frase que personalmente me parecía muy vana, esto de anteponer mi vanidad ante el desperdicio de comida, ¡cuánta vanidad! Como si meterle comida en exceso a mi cuerpo no sea un verdadero desperdicio no solo de comida, de dinero, de tiempo, de mi vida misma. Reflexionemos en  cuánto tiempo de nuestra vida lo dedicamos a comer de más, a comer lo que los otros dejan, a comer lo que ya ni queremos, a comer cuando estamos llenísimas. Cuánto tiempo de nuestra vida dedicamos a agregarle a nuestra cintura lo que no necesita. Cuánto tiempo pasamos hasta disgustadas, quizá hasta quejándonos, sintiéndonos  frustradas, comiendo sin disfrutar y solo porque es muy malo tirar comida, porque en esta casa no se desperdicia, porque yo no desperdicio, nada más desperdicio mi vida comiendo.  Por supuesto, reflexionar en esto no tiene como intención ofender,  ni agredir, ni juzgar a nadie.  Personalmente no me considero  intachable en esto, pero si me atrevo a decirlo porque en mi llamado a ayudar a mujeres que están buscando lograr su peso ideal, esto es algo en lo que creo que nos hace mucho bien abrir los ojos, reflexionar, observar nuestros pensamientos.  Nos hace mucho bien preguntarnos cuáles son nuestras creencias alrededor de esto y preguntarnos si nos gustan nuestras creencias, si nos sirven y si la respuesta es no, abrirnos a transformarlos. Si te encuentras con que tienes muy arraigado el “no debo desperdiciar”, te invito a hacer el trabajo que propone Byron Katie con todo aquel pensamiento que no nos sirva.   El trabajo que propone, se basa en hacernos 4 preguntas con respecto de un pensamiento.  Usando este pensamiento: “No debo desperdiciar comida” La primera pregunta que propone es: ¿Es cierto?    ¿Es totalmente cierto que no debo desperdiciar comida?   ¿Cómo te sentirías sin ese pensamiento? Y yo te lo pregunto a ti, si es que este ha sido tu pensamiento. ¿Cómo te sentirías si realmente no pensarás esto de no debo desperdiciar comida? Yo lo pienso y creo que quitarme este pensamiento me hace sentir hasta más ligera.   ¿Puedes darle la vuelta al pensamiento? “No debo desperdiciar comida”, si le doy la vuelta, se me ocurre un “estoy desperdiciándome” En fin, esto es solo una invitación a cuestionarnos nuestras creencias, y a practicar nuevos pensamientos. Si esto de “mejor a la basura que a la cintura” es una frase que te hace sentir vana, hueca, culpable, vanidosa, pregúntate por qué. Explora en la creencia que hay detrás de eso que sientes. Muchas veces en el fondo sentimos que es muy egoísta, que no merecemos anteponer nuestro cuidado, que es malo cuidarnos. Y si fuera el caso,  otra vez, pregúntate ¿me gusta esto que creo? Afinemos nuestras creencias.  Tips prácticos para realmente no desperdiciar comida, ni dinero, ni tiempo hay muchos. El mejor es sin duda el de planear. Date un tiempo para planear lo que quieres comer, lo que decides comer, lo que vas a comer. Te cuento que cuando yo decidí dejar los snacks si que fue un ahorro significativo de dinero, dejé de comprar tantas cosas, todas esas barras novedosas, orgánicas, super-alimentos. Y fue un ahorro de tiempo también. Cuando hice el compromiso conmigo misma de en lugar de ir a mi alacena todas las tardes a estacionarme y a prepararme snacks, ponerme a hacer otra cosa como estudiar, leer, hacer mi podcast, pude ver un ahorro significativo de tanto tiempo perdido. Si crees que realmente estás desperdiciando mucha comida, considera las porciones de comida que preparas y planea comidas de recalentado.  La planeación es clave, y dedicar tiempo para planear es la mejor manera de aprovechar nuestro tiempo.  Y ya lo sabes, esto como todo lo que compartimos en PUEDES HACERLO es solo una invitación a que pruebes y compruebes, cómo es que cambiando nuestra manera de pensar, puede cambiar, espectacularmente nuestra manera de vivir.  Chicas de PuedesHacerloEspectacular, estaremos reflexionando sobre esto y todas nuestras herramientas. Y a ti que escuchas el podcast, te gustan todos estos conceptos, quieres estudiarlos, llevarlos al siguiente nivel y hacerlos vida, Puedes Hacerlo. Hazlo participando en nuestro programa de coaching para bajar de peso y ponerle punto final a esta batalla. Aplica a mi programa en monicasososa.com/puesdeshacerlo, será un placer acompañarte en tu camino, te espero,  Vive espectacular.  Con cariño Tu coach Mónica Sosa

Andrés Ferraro #buscandocertezas
#buscandocertezas Andrés Ferraro entrevista a Jose Norte Sosa, experto en informática y comunicación política. #Bigdata

Andrés Ferraro #buscandocertezas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 11:38


Es cierto que la privacidad en las redes se terminó? #BigdataY que la democracia ahora debe llamarse Cybercracia? Qué vé la clase política en todo esto? El Big data nos va a convertir en personas más libres, o todo lo contrario? Varias preguntas y muchas info y anticipos, en las respuestas... Disfrutá de la conversación! Big Data Comunicación y política José Norte Sosa, experto en informática Democracia y Cybercracia José Norte Sosa, experto en comunicación política El verdadero Homo Connected José Norte Sosa, experto en informática y redes Reputación digital y mucho más José Norte Sosa, experto en informática tenés mas info en www.andresferraro.com.ar y la entrevista está subida en #buscandocertezas, con Andrés Ferraro en @spotify #web #bigdata #libertad #click #comunicacion #politica #politica #informatica #cybercracia

Pr. Selvin Sosa
RPSP Reavivados por Su Palabra – Romanos 15 – Pr. Selvin Sosa

Pr. Selvin Sosa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 5:56


Gracias por apoyar el ministerio LEER PARA CRECER: fb.com/LeerparaCrecer.gt Reflexión del capítulo diario de la Biblia del plan de estudio "Reavivados por Su Palabra" de la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día. Fondo musical: Concierto para piano n.º 21 de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lamusicagratis.com: https://lamusicagratis.com/decargar-musica/concierto-para-piano-n-o-21 --- 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/selvinsosa77/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/selvinsosa77/support

Puedes Hacerlo
135. Cómo dejar de ser la que siempre batalla con el peso

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 11:45


Si es que a partir de una época de tu vida: desde que te casaste, desde que tuviste hijos, desde que te fuiste a vivir a Estados Unidos, o desde siempre. Si tienes claro en tu vida que tu eres alguien que siempre batalla con el peso, tengo un mensaje para ti. Te dedico este podcast, te invito a que lo escuches con un corazón abierto, y si te hace sentido, te resuenan los tips las recomendaciones que te comparto, has de este podcast 135 tu compañero de camino. En mi rol de coach frases como “soy la que batalla”, “en mi casa todos son flacos menos yo”, “soy la gordita de mi casa”, son las más comunes. Me gusta poner especial atención a toda la historia que viene acompañada de esta frase pero sobre todo me llama la atención la expresión de quien me lo comparte. Se refleja tristeza, decepción, desánimo, frustración. No necesito preguntarles cómo te hace sentir esto para ver lo que sienten.  Y quiero aclarar que esto no es algo que tiene que ver precisamente con un rango de kilos extras. Esto me lo comparten quienes tienen  10, 20, 30 o más kilos extras y también me lo comparten quienes tienen 5 kilos extras o quienes están en un peso realmente considerado como óptimo. Quiero decirte que si estás ahí, se te puede ir toda la vida en este ciclo o también puedes dejar de ser la que siempre batalla con el peso.  ¿Cómo dejar de hacerlo? Primero, reconociendo que esto de ser la que siempre batalla con el peso es algo que te has creído, te has repetido, te sigues repitiendo y lo estás haciendo vida. Podrás pensar: “si, pero pues es que es la verdad" Y lo que yo vengo a decirte hoy es que simplemente es la verdad que has creado y si sigues creyendo y reforzando la creencia, seguirás en ese ciclo. Considera que esta batalla la puedes terminar estando en tu peso actual y al hacerlo, el camino hacia tu peso ideal puede llegar entonces a ser algo no solo posible, sino disfrutable. Te voy a invitar a reflexionar en una pregunta. Si te es posible cierra los ojos porque además quiero pedirte que te imagines algo. Respira profundo y piensa, si hoy estuvieras en tu peso ideal, si ya hubieran pasado dos años, y tu ahí estable en tu peso. Ya fuiste y viniste de vacaciones varias veces, tantas celebraciones, disfrutas de la comida más que nunca, comes en paz, comes lo que te hace bien, paras de comer cuando estás satisfecha. Piénsalo, por fin, tienes más claro que nunca que sabes mantenerte, has adaptado a tu vida una rutina de ejercicio que disfrutas. Enfrentas las situaciones de estrés sin refugiarte en la comida, esa eres tu hoy. La pregunta ¿Cómo te describirías, si esto de batallar con el peso, fuera solo parte de tu pasado? Si ya pasó el tiempo y ya lo comprobaste y ya te lo creíste ¿Qué pensarás de ti hoy? Será probablemente algo como “estoy totalmente a cargo de mi, estoy en paz con mi cuerpo y conmigo misma”. ¿Cómo te sientes cuando piensas esto? Respira profundo y experimenta este nuevo pensamiento: “estoy totalmente a cargo de mi, estoy en paz con mi cuerpo y conmigo misma''. Una vez más ¨estoy en paz con mi cuerpo y conmigo misma¨. ¿Puedes decirlo en voz alta? “estoy en paz con mi cuerpo y conmigo misma” ahora respira profundo.  Abre tus ojos si es que los cerraste. Te cuento que en mis sesiones de coaching cuando les hago propuestas como esta, sucede algo espectacular. Un gran suspiro, esta reflexión y puedo notar como es que la expresión cambia, se relaja, brillan los ojos, resalta la belleza.  Y esto sucede solo por imaginarlo, solo por abrirse a pensar diferente, no por haber bajado de peso. Y la siguiente pregunta es, si esta fuera tu realidad, si este fuera tu presente ¿Cómo sería tu vida hoy? Piensa cómo empezarías tu día, qué comerías, qué tanto comerías, de qué hablarías, cómo te expresarías de ti, cómo te expresaras de los demás, qué harías en situaciones de estrés , qué harías en situaciones de ansiedad, qué sería diferente en tu vida. Trae esas acciones a tu vida hoy mismo, Puedes Hacerlo.  Regálate este pensar diferente de ti. Planea y vive tu día teniendo este pensamiento muy presente.  Haz esto parte de tu rutina diaria, escribir tu pensamiento nuevo y sentirlo. En base a esto planea tu día, disponte a honrar tu plan y vuelve a intentarlo una y otra y otra y otra vez. Y si se vuelve a asomar la idea de que tu siempre has batallado, no la refuerces, no la hagas grande, si lo sientes necesario y te sirve solo escribe el pensamiento en páginas pasadas de tu agenda y obsérvalo así como un pensamiento de tu pasado que hoy no te define. Genera paz hoy mismo.  Hazte cargo tu de cambiar tu historia, por que si, tu puedes hacerlo.  Esto como todo lo que compartimos en Puedes Hacerlo es solo una propuesta para que pruebes y compruebes cómo es que cambiando nuestra manera de pensar, puede cambiar espectacularmente nuestra manera de vivir.  Chicas de Puedes Hacerlo Espectacular, seguimos juntas practicando esta y todas nuestras adoradas herramientas, seguimos disfrutando juntas lo que somos capaces de lograr a partir de creer en nosotras mismas.  Y si tu que me escuchas aún no eres parte de nuestro programa de Coaching Puedes Hacerlo Espectacular y te has beneficiado de lo que comparto en el Podcast, te quiero decir que dentro de nuestro programa los beneficios se multiplican. Nuestro grupo privado el apoyo y  la inspiración son simplemente, espectaculares. Además el programa es el acompañamiento ideal que te lleva de la mano hacia el logro de esta meta tan deseada, tu peso ideal de manera definitiva. Accesa en www.monicasosa.com/puedeshacerlo estaré encantada de acompañarte en tu camino. Te espero. Vive espectacular, Con cariño Tu coach Mónica Sosa

Bucked Up With Sam Buck
Episode 103: E Murda, Bornbaked Sosa & BBE Nyj of Bornbaked Empire

Bucked Up With Sam Buck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 67:32


Episode #103 features Bornbaked Empire members E-Murda, BBE Nyj and their CEO Sosa! Bornbaked includes a marijuana themed clothing line and a record label. E-Murda just released his newest project "Murda In The First Degree" featuring BBE Nyj on 2 tracks. You can follow the brand @bornbaked_empire or their personal pages, @emurda203, @bornbakednyj & bornbaked_ceo.

Pr. Selvin Sosa
RPSP Reavivados por Su Palabra – Romanos 14 – Pr. Selvin Sosa

Pr. Selvin Sosa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 5:54


Gracias por apoyar el ministerio LEER PARA CRECER: fb.com/LeerparaCrecer.gt Reflexión del capítulo diario de la Biblia del plan de estudio "Reavivados por Su Palabra" de la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día. Fondo musical: Concierto para piano n.º 21 de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lamusicagratis.com: https://lamusicagratis.com/decargar-musica/concierto-para-piano-n-o-21 --- 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/selvinsosa77/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/selvinsosa77/support

OncLive® On Air
38: Sosa Talks Risk Factors, Rising Incidence, and Controversies in Thyroid Cancer

OncLive® On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 17:55


Dr. Sosa discusses the rise in thyroid cancer cases, patient risk factors, the financial challenges associated with long-term treatment and testing, and future research directions in the field.

Tiburón al Aire
Programa 9 de Agosto.- Dr. Mucio Eduardo Sosa González

Tiburón al Aire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 63:35


¿Cuál es la realidad jurídica y política en México?

Puedes Hacerlo
134. Cuando la báscula no parece estar de mi lado

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 16:06


Si quieres bajar de peso y no sabes ni cuánto pesas porque no quieres pesarte. O si estás en tu camino buscando lograr el peso ideal y cada vez que te pesas, tienes miedo o sufres de decepción porque realmente te parece injusta la respuesta de la báscula, este Podcast es para ti. Yo he compartido que a las participantes de mi programa les recomiendo pesarse todos los días durante su camino. Recomiendo también llevar un diario de alimentos, en el que registran qué comieron, cómo se sienten y cuánto pesan. Muchas de las participantes lo hacen y algunas de las participantes no lo hacen, y esto no significa que van a lograr o no su meta. Lograr esta meta no depende de qué tan seguido te peses.  Lo que sí le recomiendo a quien no se quiere pesar, es asegurarse de que le gusten sus razones para no hacerlo. Reflexionemos en motivos por no querer pesarnos: Por pensar “no me quiero pesar porque me voy a obsesionar”. Este pensamiento nos revela miedo a obsesionarme. Si, realmente ya estamos obsesionadas. ¿Cuál será la mejor manera de transformar esa obsesión en paz? ¿Huyendo de ella? ¿O será explorando, observando y enfrentando el significado que le doy al número en la báscula? Otro pensamiento súper común, super normal y francamente me parece un gran punto a explorar es el de: “me frustro mucho cuando no veo el numero que espero en la báscula” Y si, nos pasa, nos frustramos en lugar de escuchar, observar y conocer el ritmo de nuestro cuerpo porque tenemos prisa. Nos frustramos también cuando nos comparamos con alguien más, o con nosotras mismas en otra época de nuestra vida. Nos frustramos sobre todo cuando pensamos que un número nos define. Me parece a mi, que enfrentar este miedo, esta frustración es una grandísima oportunidad para reflexionar en qué tanto nos hemos condicionado por un número.  Ver un número en la báscula y sentir enojo, es un aviso de: “aquí hay un trabajo que hacer”. Y el trabajo no es cerrar la boca, dejar de comer, o tirar la báscula  a la basura. El trabajo es reconocer esta frustración, este enojo y en su momento transformarlo. Cosa que no estamos acostumbradas a hacer y cosa que no es precisamente fácil.  ¿Cómo resolverlo? Con gusto te comparto La Piensodescarga, puedes descargarla aquí

SOCIAL NOSTRA™
BREEZE SHOOTERS - 0122. Julian Sosa - SOCIAL NOSTRA™

SOCIAL NOSTRA™

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 46:50


Boxer talks rapping, fatherhood, mindset

Highly Relevant with Jack Rico
Emilio Sosa Talks Becoming Chair of The American Theatre Wing

Highly Relevant with Jack Rico

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 41:52


Dominican-born Emilio Sosa, the new Chair of the American Theatre Wing, is the first Latino to chair the prestigious organization. He is a Tony-nominated costume designer whose Broadway career includes, ON YOUR FEET!, MOTOWN: The Musical, and his Tony nomination for Gershwin's PORGY AND BESS. We discuss his humble beginnings as a young Dominican living in the South Bronx, how his ambitions and dreams led him to work with the likes of Spike Lee, Celine Dion, and Wynton Marsalis, and what his vision for America's stages will look like in the next four years. Will it become more multicultural under his tenure?  Highly Relevant Music Playlist Funk Aspirin - Cimafunk y George Clinton Gemini Amor - Yoandri Psicodelico - sete y Giorgio Siladi Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

FDNY Pro
S06, E69 Firefighters Perform Roof Rope Rescue to Save Small Child with FDNY Firefighters Abe Miller and Jairo Sosa

FDNY Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 23:11


In September 2020, FDNY firefighters Jairo Sosa (Ladder 34) and Abe Miller (Ladder 23) performed a life-saving roof rope rescue, saving a child at a fire in Washington Heights for which they earned well-deserved medals at this year’s Medal Ceremony held in June. The firefighters discuss […]

Puedes Hacerlo
133. Atrapada y estancada por el estrés

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 6:59


No es la primera vez que hablo del estrés, y no será la última porque el estrés es un factor que se asoma constantemente en nuestra vida. Surgen nuevas circunstancias o bajamos la guardia y el estrés de pronto aparece con más fuerza o con una diferente cara. Ante esto, o hacemos algo o nos quedamos atrapadas por el estrés. Y si estamos en el camino hacia una meta difícil como puede ser la de lograr el peso ideal, pues entonces el estrés puede mantenernos estancadas. Además no queremos acostumbrarnos a que el estrés sea la excusa para abandonar nuestro sueño o para rendirnos. Primero que nada  sepamos o recordemos que el estrés es normal, es parte de la vida. La respuesta ideal al estrés es simplemente estar alerta, identificarlo,  aceptarlo y con autocompasión responder de la mejor manera para transformarlo. Esto muchas no siempre nos es tan sencillo. Estar atrapadas por el estrés, puede traducirse en un: estar  siendo super cuidadosas con la comida y no bajar de peso. Porque por estrés no dormimos, porque por estrés traemos un desorden hormonal que nos provoca el no poder bajar de peso y entonces dejamos de cuidarnos. Lo cual genera más desorden y más estrés. El estar atrapadas por el estrés también puede traducirse en: cero ganas ni entusiasmo por planear mis comidas cuidar lo que como porque por el estrés estamos tan agobiadas, agüitadas, desmotivadas. O incluso por el estrés nos podemos sentir tan cansadas y hasta inflamadas que difícilmente podremos ponerle ganitas a hacer cambios puntuales en nuestra alimentación y en nuestro estilo de vida. El estar atrapada por el estrés puede traducirse en un: “me cae fatal la comida sana” porque por el estrés nuestro sistema digestivo se altera también. El estar atrapadas por el estrés puede tener tantos escenarios. Y cualquiera que pueda ser el tuyo hoy te voy a compartir una técnica muy simple, para agregarle a tu día a día si es que te estás sintiendo atrapada y estancada por el estrés. A esta técnica le vamos a llamar: Transforma el estrés con MAS MAS es es un acrónimo que puede ser también un recordatorio de que tu siempre puedes hacer algo más por ti. Este MAS son tres letras, tres elementos, uno que empieza con la M, otro con la A y otro con la S. M de MUEVETE Mueve tu cuerpo. No me estoy refiriendo a hacer ejercicio, me refiero a mover el cuerpo así como lo sientas, estirar, mover, en orden o en desorden, bailar, moverte, temblar. Con dos minutos o un minuto de movimiento consciente que le agregues a tu plan, sentirás como es que el estrés verdaderamente se mueve. A de ABRETE a la expresión ARTÍSTICA Escribe todo lo que sientes, lo que piensas, lo que te estresa. Canta, dibuja, pinta, moldea plastilina, colorea, como terapia, sin juicio.  S de SAL de TI Conecta con alguien más y exprésate.  Habla, ríe, llora, abraza.  En ese salir de ti, busca encontrar alguien con quiene puedas compartir de tu meta y tu camino, esto no solo te permitirá transformar el estrés, sino es un factor que está comprobado te dá muchas más posibilidades de lograr tu meta. Así de sencilla es la propuesta de hoy. Es muy simple tener esta estrategia para dejar de estar atrapada y estancada por el estrés, el estrés es normal y es posible trasformarlo. De esta manera luego es más fácil hacer lo propio, tomar acción, esas acciones que te permitirán lograr los resultados que tanto deseas. Tú puedes hacerlo. Puedes crear y vivir la versión más espectacular de ti misma.  Transforma el estrés con MAS Muévete Abrete a la expresión artística  Sal de ti PuedesHacerlo Haz tuya esta práctica con amor, paciencia y determinación. Es así como en nuestro programa Puedes Hacerlo Espectacular estudiamos todos estos conceptos que comparto en el podcast, los estudiamos, los llevamos al siguiente nivel hasta hacerlos vida. Te invito a que apliques para que puedas tener toda la información, detalles del programa y sobre todo para que juntas podamos decidir si puedes hacerlo espectacular es la mejor opción para ti, aplica en monicasosa.com/puedeshacerlo será un placer acompañarte en tu camino. Vive espectacular Tu coach Mónica Sosa

La Linterna
La Linterna (18/08/2021) de 19h a 20h "Afganistán sigue bajo el foco..."

La Linterna

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 60:00


Monólogo de Expósito. He visto luz con Jon Uriarte.Entrevista a Martín Sosa. Entrevista a Patricia Suárez. Fiestas.Afganistán sigue bajo el foco... La prioridad de la comunidad internacional sigue siendo, de un lado, garantizar la evacuación seguro de sus nacionales y -de otro- organizar el flujo de refugiados y darles la atención necesaria para evitar una crisis humanitariaSobre el terreno, los talibanes empiezan a asomar la patita... Hoy han intentado reprimir con disparos al aire una manifestación en defensa de la bandera nacional en Jalalabad...¿Resultado?... Tres personas muertas... A día de hoy, apenas una región del norte del país parece dispuesta a intentar organizar algo parecido a un movimiento de resistencia a los talibanes, aunque la tarea parece harto complicada...

Whispering Huntys
Why DragTots, Inner Demons, and Falling in Love With Yourself (W/ Mijon Zulu, Nick Probst, Eric Sosa, and Lolo Borella)

Whispering Huntys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 93:09


What a week! Inner demons were rampant on both franchises. We learned about polydactylism. We still have no idea what the game within a game is. We learned about colorism in the black community. We got all the elder energy from Tabitha, Vannessa Van Cartier and Fred Van Leer's come to Jesus monologue to Love Masisi. And, now that World of Wonder is done advertising Drag Tots, maybe we can get back to our regular drag programming? Unclear. Either way, this week's filler All Stars episode was luckily balanced out by a stellar submission from Drag Race Holland. Apparently, Europe is still the moment. Sadly this week, we say goodbye to our fabulous summer intern. Celia, we love you and miss you already. Thank you for elevating the Huntys to higher heights. Also, on the pod today we have two queer creatives that are making uplifting spaces in Amersterdam and Brooklyn, NY! Eric Sosa, the bar and venue owner of C'mon Everybody and Good Judy talks to us about how he opened a queer Brooklyn bar in the middle of the pandemic. Friend of the pod Lolo Borella (formerly Beniza) joins us to get all those boots on the ground tea from Holland. All Stars: This was literally the worst episode of this season. Is this Drag Race or just a really long Drag Tots advertisement?? Kylie Sonique Love's positive energy is EVERYTHING! Eureka was a fighter during that lip-sync. We have no time for complaining! Ginger Minj and Trinity K. Bonet had amazing characters.  Ra'Jah O'Hara's joy is MAGNETIC! Holland: Reggy B can GET IT! Holland is serving so much trade.  Is Tabitha's personality getting lost in translation? Drag queens NEED to have a sense of humor.  I'm sorry but...what is an Instagram queen?? Vanessa Van Cartier is Envy Peru's drag mom and we can feel that same warmth. Love Masisi talking about colorism touched our hearts.  My Little Puny and Keta Minaj better be the top 2!! About our guestsEric Sosa is a queer Puerto Rican bar and venue owner based in NYC for 20+ years. Mr. Sosa got his start in entertainment working professionally on stage and transitioned to venue programming in the mid-2000s. He has played an integral role in music programming at various venues across NYC including the acclaimed Zipper Theatre and Galapagos Art Space. In addition to venue programming, Mr. Sosa has helped navigate the careers of artists under the management moniker Monarch Artists. His desire to create inclusive queer spaces led him to open C'mon Everybody in 2015 and the recently opened Good Judy in 2020. Lolo Benzina is an Italian (now almost Dutch) creative. After 16 years of working as a successful choreographer and modern dancer, Lolo got tired of the narrow confines that define the performing arts and began to flourish in the nightlife scene where a larger audience could be reached with more innovative performances. In 2015, Lolo was asked by Jennifer Hopelezz to organize Superball, a fierce battle of drag kings and queens. Today, this legendary event continues to influence queer and drag culture throughout Holland as well as Europe (No, really. It is now the biggest international Drag Ball in Europe), organized by Lolo, DjPrisz (Priss), Darling Peter, and Maayan Bengal. Lolo is the mother of the Vipers Squat through which she creates performance spaces and acts for many parties and festivals (Wasteland, Lowlands, Oerol festival). She is also a resident queen for Club Church and the House of Hopelezz, resident stylist for the team at Funhouse (Rapido Events), and has performed at parties in Paris, Istanbul, Italy, Belgium, and, basically, all over Europe.FOLLOW ERICInstagram: ericmsosa, cmoneverybodybk goodjudybk  FOLLOW LOLOInstagram: lolo.borella FOLLOW NICKInstagram: neprobst and grow_withnickTwitter: neprobst  FOLLOW MIJONInstagram:majorzu FOLLOW THE HUNTYSInstagram: whisperinghuntysFacebook: whisperinghuntysTiktok: whisperinghuntysTwitter: huntywhisperingWhispering Huntys Website  Whispering Huntys is an Apocalypse Podcast Network Podcast. Sign up to our Listserv: http://eepurl.com/hfnySr

City on the Edge Podcast
91. The Slaver's March

City on the Edge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 25:30


Before the conquistador Juan de Oñate established the first Spanish colonies in New Mexico, another Spaniard attempted to do so. Why did Gaspar Castaño de Sosa fail? And why isn't he remembered today?

Bleav in LA Football with Ryan Dyrud and Talon Graff
EP 209 - Chargers Vs Rams Preseason Game Recap With Sosa Kremenjas Of Locked On Rams

Bleav in LA Football with Ryan Dyrud and Talon Graff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 60:33


Football is back, and the first preseason game is in the books! The Rams hosted the Chargers at SoFi in a cross-town showdown. Your host Ryan Dyrud was at the game and is ready to spill all of his observations from the matchup.Sosa Kremenjas, host of the Locked on Rams podcast, joins Ryan to give his take on how the Rams performed.Subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts and follow us on YouTube and Social Media at @LAFBNetwork.Frostee Rucker Social – @TheOrganicFrostRyan Dyrud Social – @RyanDyrudLAFBSponsors:Use promo code “LAFB20” at https://www.Manscaped.com for 20% off and Free ShippingBrewery X in Anaheim: https://www.brewery-x.comhttps://www.BetOnline.AgUse promo code BLEAV at https://www.balance7.comAll Episode Links: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Casts | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Player FM | YouTubeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Puedes Hacerlo
132. Sobrepesada por no hacer ejercicio

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 15:25


Si a ti te agobia no hacer el ejercicio que hacías antes, si sientes que no haces suficiente ejercicio, si estas segura de que si hicieras ejercicio podrías bajar de peso este podcast es para ti.  Lo primero que te voy a invitar a considerar puede sonar a barbaridad y es lo siguiente: con el ejercicio que haces actualmente es suficiente para bajar de peso ya sea que estés haciendo menos que antes, poco o no tienes una rutina de ejercicio. Con eso que haces hoy,  si puedes bajar de peso. Solo considéralo, el agobiarte por no hacer ejercicio, el lamentarte de no hacer el ejercicio que hacías antes, puede ser más nocivo para tu proceso que la real falta de ejercicio.  Que no hay que buscar hacer ejercicio, no es el mensaje que pretendo dar, en lo absoluto. El movimiento físico es un alimento primario, es un elemento de nuestra Nutrición Holistica, pero esa idea de que si no hago una rutina específica de ejercicio no voy a bajar de peso, eso si es algo que te invito a eliminar de tu conversación. Normalmente pesamos de más, porque comemos de más, porque comemos sin parar, porque comemos alimentos que nos inflaman y también porque tenemos hábitos que nos inflaman. Los alimentos que nos inflaman son todos los procesados, el azúcar, las harinas, a muchas personas nos inflaman los lácteos, ciertos granos y también inflama el alcohol. Los principales hábitos en nuestro estilo de vida que nos inflaman son el estrés (el mal manejo del estrés, el generarnos estrés extra como el estar pensando constantemente que no puedo bajar de peso por no hacer ejercicio por ejemplo ) nos inflama también el no descansar, la falta de sueño.  Lo que si nos ayuda a bajar de peso obvio no es repetirnos que no podemos. Bajamos de peso si comemos lo suficiente, si adoptamos una alimentación antiinflamatoria que es básicamente un plan de alimentación que en su mayoría sean verduras, incluso frutas como las berries especialmente, proteína de buena calidad y grasas buenas como el aguacate, aceite de oliva, nueces. También nos desinflama el descanso, un sueño reparador, el buen manejo del estrés que puede incluír mover el cuerpo gozosamente  Un deporte específico no es fundamental para bajar de peso, ni mucho menos la añoranza de los tiempos pasados, ni el reproche por lo que no haces hoy. Lo que sí es fundamental, es cuidar la conversación que tenemos con nosotras mismas, redefinir nuestras creencias. Considera que hacer este cambio en tu conversación puede ser lo que te permita descubrir que realmente si haces ejercicio suficiente. Porque si siempre habías pensado que para bajar de peso lo que hay que hacer es mucho ejercicio, puede ser que entonces te estas torturando con un “no hago suficiente ejercicio” o un “algo está mal en mi” y con esto puedes no estar dejando fluír los beneficios del ejercicio que hoy haces y ademas ni te permites disfrutar. Si esta es tu creencia, considera que es solo eso una creencia, date el regalo de pensar diferente.  Date el regalo de creer que tu si puedes lograr tu peso ideal, y puedes lograrlo de manera definitiva.  El movimiento es un elemento de la Nutricion Holistica que promovemos en Puedes Hacerlo, es un elemento que se ha de sentir armónico en nuestro plan, no como una carga.  ¿Cómo quitarnos esta sobrepesadez  por juzgarnos por nuestra “falta de ejercicio”? Te comparto 5 tips.  Identifica los creencias que te sobrepesan. En Puedes Hacerlo les llamamos piensos inservibles “ay no hago nada de ejercicio”, “así nunca voy a bajar de peso”, “soy tan floja”, “no hay deporte que me guste con lo cual estoy destinada a tener sobrepeso por siempre” Cuestionátelas ¿son verdades absolutas todas estas ideas que me he estado repitiendo? Crea nuevas creencias a partir de visualizar el ejercicio o el movimiento de tu cuerpo como un acto de amor hacia ti. No como un requisito sino como un complemento, un regalo en tu camino hacia la versión más espectacular de ti misma. “Muevo mi cuerpo lo suficiente y cada día  disfruto mas hacerlo", “estoy creando mi versión más saludable”. Siendo objetiva y sin juicio identifica si haces ejercicio  o no. Define cuánto y qué es algo razonable para ti hoy. Insisto no es requisito hacer algo especifico para empezar a bajar de peso, pero si es algo que te puede ayudar a generar tu versión más saludable. Si realmente no estás haciendo nada, empieza con 15 minutos de caminata. Si ya estás haciendo clases en tu casa, vas a algún gimnasio y estás siendo irregular, sólo formaliza tu tiempo de ejercicio. Explora y prueba qué es lo que te puede hacer bien ir agregando.  Escucha a tu cuerpo, dale ejercicio y dale descanso cuando te lo pide. Si estás lastimada, estira, masajea, recupera, cuida de ti. Si te sientes inflamada por el ejercicio, cuida de ti, date un baño de sales epson, sigue con tu plan de alimentación antiinflamatoria. Sé paciente y esto de escuchar a tu cuerpo incluye el no compararte,ni con alguien más ni contigo misma en otra época de tu vida. Abraza tu camino, vas a poder realmente encontrar lo ideal para ti. Mantente muy pendiente de la conversación que tienes de ti contigo misma. Cuando te des cuenta de que te empiezas a describir como alguien que no hace ejercicio, calla esas palabras. Repítete un “muevo mi cuerpo lo suficiente”, “estoy a cargo” mientras lo haces mueve tu cuerpo y sigue practicando esta nueva conversación. Ve acostumbrándote a movilizar más y más tu cuerpo en tu rutina diaria. Si estas subiendo escaleras, estira los brazos, baila en tu casa mientras cocinas, estírate mientras ves la tele, mueve tu cuello, hombros, muñecas, tobillos. Si te describes como alguien saludable, te vas a movilizar más. Prueba y comprueba cómo es que cambiando tu manera de pensar, puede cambiar espectacularmente tu manera de vivir.  Si en este estar pendiente de la conversación que tienes contigo misma, decides que quieres seguir creando tu versión más espectacular, ese numero en la báscula, esa talla de ropa y sobretodo tu peso ideal en paz y de manera definitiva, quiero decirte que nuestro programa de coaching Puedes Hacerlo Espectacular puede ser esa pieza ideal en tu camino.  Dentro del programa estudiamos todos estos conceptos que comparto en el podcast, los estudiamos, los llevamos al siguiente nivel con amor, paciencia y determinación, hasta hacerlos vida. Te invito a que apliques para que puedas tener toda la información, detalles del programa y sobre todo para que juntas podamos decidir si puedes hacerlo espectacular es la mejor opción para ti, aplica en monicasosa.com/puedeshacerlo será un placer acompañarte en tu camino. Vive espectacular Tu coach Mónica Sosa

Sugar Shack Radio Podcast
HUGE and Love Sosa Funky Communicvations [SugarShackRadio]

Sugar Shack Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021


8.15.21

GoCast: a Pokemon GO Podcast
156 - Can You Hear Me Now

GoCast: a Pokemon GO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 120:07


What's all this hoopla about Hoopa? Ultra Unlock Part 3 skips its Alolan vacation and heads straight to Galar! The community at large has spoken, and it goes to the tune of a hashtag! We're at a Hera-loss over Heracross! -- and more on this episode of GoCast!Ultra Unlock Part 3#HearUsNianticWooloo - Dubwool - StatsMore FishonaHeaterMore DPhiET-shirt to support Trainers!Sosa's TwitchSosa's YoutubeIndigo PvP's WebsiteRegionals finals footage:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiWrUV89UNA&t=3296s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KDmMNtOZC0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93N6HggWPDo&t=1602s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Vz4HUCUu2kVisit our website - www.gocastpodcast.comSupport us - www.patreon.com/gocastpodcastEmail us - mail@gocastpodcast.comFollow us on Twitter - @gocastpodcastLeave us a voicemail - (262) 586-7717‬Subscribe on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/gocastpodcastFollow on Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/gocastpodcastSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/gocastpodcast)

Replay Value
Scarface (1983) | Ep. 410

Replay Value

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 79:11


Brothers Phil & Warren push it to the limit for a deep dive into Brian De Palma's iconic cult classic “Scarface”. Topics include: the remaking of a classic (2:35), the stars of the picture (13:40), stats & accolades (24:45), best scenes & lines (32:15), Judge Bob's recasting court (48:05), and the film's legacy & lore (1:06:35), plus much more.

BetweenNerds
Episode 55: Beastars (S2) w/ Vianney Sosa

BetweenNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 202:01


The nerds fight for the BEASTAR tittle in the Season 2 discussion. with special guest Vianney Sosa

El Destape
#VolverMejores: DADY Y LINGENTI SOBRE JULIO SOSA

El Destape

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 10:01


Dady Brieva y Ale Lingenti hablan sobre Julio Sosa, en un nuevo Miércoles de Tango Volver Mejores se transmite de lunes a viernes de 17 a 19hs por El Destape Radio

Nomads on the Map
034: The New Remote Work Trend Is Here to Stay with Vicky Sosa

Nomads on the Map

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 33:11


I sit down with digital nomad Vicky Sosa to talk about her experiences as a digital nomad before it was cool. We also talk about housesitting and finding your own voice with your blog. You can find out more about Vicky (and Buddy) on their Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buddythetravelingmonkey/ Tune in next week for another interview with an amazing digital nomad! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alex-schnee6/support

Passive House Podcast
Bonus: José Sosa at Passive House For All Conference (Interview #5)

Passive House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 13:41


Catch this special bonus episode of the Passive House Podcast, recorded at North American Passive House Network's conference, “Passive House for All", in June 2021 in New York City. In this, the 5th of 18 interviews we recorded amidst the hustle and bustle of the conference hall floor, cohost Zack Semke interviews José Sosa, founder of the Panama Passivhaus Chapter at Latin American Passivhaus Institute.

Business RadioX ® Network
Author/High Priest Tony Sosa and Mental Health/Love & Life Counselor Danielle Graves

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 83:41


On this episode of “Free Game“, hosts Luke Jeraci and Jeremy Todd speak with Tony Sosa and Danielle Graves. Tony is an author, High Priest and religious scholar. Danielle is a Mental Health Counselor and an “out of the box” Life & Love Coach. Listen as they dive into spirituality and unpack their interesting perspectives. […]

Scoops with Danny Mac
The Danny Mac Show w/BK - July 7th, 2021 - Should the Cardinals bench Paul DeJong for Sosa? Plus, Ken Dayley and Cardinals top prospect Matthew Liberatore join the show!

Scoops with Danny Mac

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 49:46


The Truck Bryant Show
The Truck Bryant Show featuring Edgar Sosa

The Truck Bryant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 19:45


New York legend Edgar Sosa taps in!

Creativo
131. DANIEL SOSA

Creativo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 63:03


En este episodio de Creativo platico con el comediante Daniel Sosa sobre sus especiales de Netflix, la historia de los 20 pesos, enfrentar una infancia difícil, lidiar con el enojo, como escribe sus chistes, no perseguir el dinero, tener que comer,  y muchas cosas más...Consigue mi libro Creativo aquí: robertomtz.comUsa el código CREATIVO y te llevas un 10% de descuento.

El Alargue
Rubén Sosa: "No hay favoritos entre Colombia y Uruguay"

El Alargue

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 6:39


Bears Talk Underground
2021 Opponent Preview #6 - Los Angeles Rams w/Sosa K from the Locked on Rams podcast

Bears Talk Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 80:51


This week on The Bears Talk Underground!!!!Sosa K from the Locked on Rams podcast joins our host Larry D to for the next installment of our NFC West Opponents talking about the Los Angeles Rams!!

Make Sh*t Happen
Episode 150 - Gilbert Sosa

Make Sh*t Happen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 63:05


Welcome to Make Sure it happen this is episode number 150 my guest today is Gilbert Sosa. I love the energy of this guy. I love what he how he started. He start his story. This guy, a couple of days after he graduated high school, decided that he was going to go to La and took off to La on his own because he wanted to be in the entertainment industry. He had saved up some money while working before he graduated and had secured himself in Airbnb takes off and on the way to La, his car breaks down. Listen to the full episode, what Gilbert Sosa did, how he got in the entertainment industry, how he got in the social media business. And today he's doing some big things in Houston, Texas. I love this interview. I love when I see young people trying to get the entree entrepreneurial journey going on and trying to make shit happen. Listen to this full interview with Gilbert Sosa. I hope you enjoy it. If this inspires you or anybody, go ahead and send that link to some friends, start a conversation, make a group chat about it and mention if you post anything on Instagram, YouTube, wherever on any of your social media, please tag me @lifeofsupersam Also follow my Instagram and YouTube and TikTok @lifeofsupersam Now without further Ado, Let's jump into this interview with Gilbert Sosa. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sammyz/message

BetweenNerds
Episode 47: Hunter x Hunter (S2) w/ Vianey Sosa

BetweenNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 68:51


The nerds learn NEN discussing Season 2 of Hunter x Hunter with Vianey Sosa.

Cafe con Pam Podcast
207 - Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico with Kathy Sosa and Dr. Jennifer Speed

Cafe con Pam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 55:52


Listeners this week we're back with Kathy Sosa and Jennifer Speed.Kathy Sosa explores the artistic expression of mestizaje, the blending of peoples, races, ethnicities, languages, ideas, habits and cultures that characterizes the Texas-Mexico border region that has been her home since childhood.Dr. Jennifer Speed is a native Texan and a historian with a special interest in biography and storytelling. Her work ranges in space and time from medieval Spain to early twentieth century Mexico and the U.S.During this episode we talked about:What sparked the curiousity to create their book "Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico"How history is written by men and it was important for the stories to be told by womenThe creation of this book, how long it took and the lessons they learned.The Malinche, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, and Nahui Olin This  episode is brought to you by the 30 Day Tapping Challenge with PamI created the 30 Day Tapping Challenge because I know, like me, you have limiting beliefs holding you back and preventing you from moving to the next level. Those money stories reminding you why you're not worthy of an expensive pair of headphones, or that raise you know you deserve. Join me and let's tap for 30 days on these beliefs. Head over to tappingchallengewithpam.com Timestamps:06:11 - How the idea of the book came about10:31 - This isn't in Texas' history books12:51 - San Antonio as a majority-minority city16:30 - Why the book took longer18:10 - The mixed genre of the book20:39 - Assist people to tell their stories21:57 - History is dominated by men28:28 - The process of making an anthology32:48 - Selecting the subjects Follow Kathy and Jennifer on all things social:Kathy's websiteKathy's InstagramJennifer's InstagramFollow Cafe con Pam on all things socialInstagramFacebookhttp://cafeconpam.com/Join the FREE Cafe con Pam ChallengeJoin FREE online Recovering Procrastinator Manis Community! stayshining.clubJoin PowerSisters!  Findmypowersister.comSubscribe, rate, review, and share this episode with someone you love!And don't ever forget to Stay Shining!

The Life Coach School Podcast
Ep #364: Overcoming Obstacles with Brenda Lomeli, Judith Gaton, Monica Sosa, Esperanza Lebron, and Maggie Reyes

The Life Coach School Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 77:34


Listen in today for my conversation with six Latinx life coaches on their experiences rising in this industry and why representation matters so much. We explore how each of them found coaching, the unique obstacles they faced as women of color, and why even if you try to not be who you are, it will still seep out. Get full show notes and more information here: https://thelifecoachschool.com/364