Week 2 is in the books!The guys are both on cloud nine after their teams pulled out victories for a second week in a row. Obviously, that's not the case for the rest of the league, so it's time to talk about it.A few teams leave cause for concern, while others seem to be on track for a good season. Coaching has been impressive in some cases and mind-boggling in others. Listen in to hear the week's MVPs, Trash, Shit Got Learned, Biggest Threats and Speck on Name Winners. Music: Nils Landgren Funk Unit - Get Serious, Get A Job Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mit dem Album "Stadtaffe" hat er DIE Berlin-Platte schlechthin herausgebracht. 15 Jahre später ist Peter Fox mit seinem zweiten Solo-Album "Love Songs" wieder am Start. Gestern war das erste von zwei Konzerten in der Berliner Waldbühne, unser Reporter war dabei. Außerdem geht es bei Julia Menger und Kerstin Hermes um das neue Selbstbestimmungsgesetz, das heute vom Bundeskabinett auf den Weg gebracht werden soll. Und Christine Dankbar von der Berliner Zeitung kommentiert die - bescheinigt ungenügenden - Klima-Anstrengungen der Bundesregierung.
Lead Associate Pastor, Rich Sylvester, brings a message from Matthew 7:1-6 as we continue in our Summer series titled, "Questioning Jesus."For more information about the Williamsburg Community Chapel please visit our• Website: http://www.wcchapel.org• Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/wcchapel757• Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wcchapel757
Join host Dr. Mike Brasher and guest Cason Short, owner/operator of the Bill Byers Hunter Club, for a recap of an early season white-fronted goose hunt recently featured on DU TV. Hear in-depth accounts of how the hunts unfolded, adaptations made to ensure quality footage, and perspectives on how shifting distributions of specks are creating both new opportunities and challenges. The two also discuss the connection between landowners and the birds and their desire to do what's best for the resource.www.ducks.org/DUpodcast
Before correcting a brother or sister in Christ, how certain must we be that our own outlook is free from sin and deceit?This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3279340/advertisement
While maybe not as known as say Ted Bundy, Richard Speck was still a notorious criminal who slipped through the cracks of the justice system one too many times. One night in 1966, Speck broke into a boarding house for nurses at a local hospital, and murdered 8 women. This is Specks story in part. Spoiler: He's a piece of crap. Our sponsor: www.morbidlybeautiful.com Merch: www.redbubble.com/people/horrorshots Youtube Website: Horror Shots Instagram: ominousoriginspod Twitter: @horrorshotsprod Facebook: Horrorshots Patreon: www.patreon.com/horrorshots
Um papo com o professor Claudio Moreno e Filipe Speck sobre o podcast "Noites Gregas" e com o reitor Cleber Prodanov sobre a Feevale Summit
Welcome back spooklings! On this week's episode we revisit our story from Darkcast Network's Cruel Summer Podcast Special. This week we are diving deeper into Richard Speck and the Massacre of '66 when Speck brutally murdered 8 women. We explore his childhood, his relationship with his family and all of the events leading up to this grizzly murder. Come join us as we explore the life and crimes of Richard Speck.We are a proud member of the darkcast Network! Visit their website below:www.darkcastnetwork.comVisit our website at:www.allhallowsevepodcast.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5794038/advertisement
Doug is joined by the CEO of Titan Brands, Austin Speck. Austin shares his journey, leadership philosophy, entrepreneurial insights, and experience growing a successful fitness brand. He also talks about some of his personal strategies and tactics to develop personally in a positive way. Austin explains how Titan fitness has an incredible positive trajectory and is making a strong stance in the fitness space. MORE: Check out Titan Fitness HERE
Episode 338: Since 2001, Debra Ross has been publisher of KidsOutAndAbout.com, America's online resource for families who want to know about all of the opportunities for kids in their local area, and (since 2016) of BeyondTheNest.com, for grownups who want to know about arts, culture, and recreation where they live. This web network has regional sites in 45 cities in the US and Canada, with (as of Feb 2023) 15 million visitors per year (85% parents, 15% grandparents, 82% women) and 750,000 recipients of a free weekly e-newsletter telling recipients what's happening locally for kids, teens, and families. Debra's expertise is in community visibility and cheerleading, data analytics, and information resource management. She is Co-Chair of the American Astronomical Society's Solar Eclipse Task Force for the 2023 annular and 2024 solar eclipses and Chair of the Rochester Eclipse Task Force 2024. Named after the iconic Angela Davis, Angela Speck likes bright colors, is a nerd at heart, and has wanted to be an astronaut since she was five years old. Originally from Yorkshire (England), she went to college in London, where she was able to pursue her childhood dreams by majoring in astrophysics. After a brief stint as an r&d technician in a Lancashire company run by crazy new-age hippies, she returned to London and completed a Ph.D. in astronomy. After a postdoc at the University of Illinois and 17 years on the faculty at the University of Missouri, she is now the Chair of the Physics & Astronomy Department at UT San Antonio. She has also been the co-chair of a national task force on solar eclipses since 2014. Throughout her career, she has pursued research and teaching of astrophysics and continues to share her passion for all things extra-terrestrial. On this episode of Destination on the Left, I talk with Angela Speck and Debra Ross about how they are preparing for the 2024 solar eclipse. We discuss how destination marketers can share information about eclipse events locally and nationally, and we cover lessons learned from the 2017 eclipse visitor data. What You Will Learn in this Episode: How the upcoming eclipse can help create a sense of unity and connection within a community Key marketing lessons learned from the 2017 eclipse and what DMOs can do differently in 2024 What communities can do to maximize the experience for locals and visitors The importance of targeted outreach and educating people about the significance of the eclipse path, which is much more populated in 2024 than it was in 2017 How DMOs can leverage pre-existing stories and experiences to communicate the value of participating in the 2024 eclipse Sharing Your Community Values During her interview on the Destination on the Left podcast, Debra Ross shared a powerful anecdote about the town of Kingswood and their approach to the solar eclipse. With a strong sense of community, the town sent teenagers on bicycles to distribute eclipse glasses to residents and visitors, ensuring everyone could safely experience the event. This initiative showcased their commitment to inclusivity and creating a shared experience. This highlighted how communities can demonstrate their true essence and foster a stronger sense of unity through how they present themselves to visitors. Debra is looking to convey a similar sense of unity and connection within her own community and has since been involved in helping other communities make their messaging fun, clever, and authentic in preparation for the 2024 eclipse. Telling the Eclipse Story in 2024 On the podcast, Angela emphasizes the importance of targeted outreach and educating people about the significance of the eclipse path. So many people missed out on being within the path of the 2017 eclipse, and the upcoming 2024 eclipse is already a hot topic of conversation amongst the general population, not just the scientific community. To help engage as many people as possible, DMOs should build upon pre-existing stories and experiences. By reinforcing the message that they are not starting from scratch, marketers can more effectively communicate the importance of being within the eclipse path and ensure that people understand the value of participating in the 2024 eclipse. Resources: Website: https://www.kidsoutandabout.com/ Website: https://eclipse.aas.org/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/debra-ross-roc/ Eclipse America 2024: https://eclipse.aas.org/eclipse-america-2024 Science in the Shadows: NASA Selects 5 Experiments for 2024 Total Solar Eclipse Rochester Total Solar Eclipse 2024 Eclipse Community Dashboard We value your thoughts and feedback and would love to hear from you. Leave us a review on your favorite streaming platform to let us know what you want to hear more of. Here is a quick tutorial on how to leave us a rating and review on iTunes!: https://breaktheicemedia.com/rating-review/
We'll try to have a few laughs along the way! In this bone-chilling episode, we delve deep into the twisted mind of Richard Speck, one of America's most notorious serial killers. Join us as we uncover the shocking details of his heinous crimes and explore the psychological factors that led to his murderous rampage. From the infamous 1966 Chicago mass murder to his eventual capture and conviction, we leave no stone unturned in our quest to understand the dark motivations behind Speck's brutal acts. Prepare to be captivated and disturbed as we unravel the enigma of Richard Speck in this gripping true-crime podcast episode. Website: https://anchor.fm/phillip-sams Merch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/gitn-paranormal-merch Patreon member's content: https://www.patreon.com/gitnpodcast Social media links: http://www.youtube.com/c/GhostsInTheNight https://www.facebook.com/ghostsinthenight/ https://www.instagram.com/ghosts_night_podcast https://twitter.com/night_ghosts --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/phillip-sams/message
Tatü-Tattoo: Hier kommt die Ambulanz der guten Laune! Sebastian "Schaffi" Schaffstein und Stefan Kreutzer sprechen über geräucherte Klimakleber und über einen Putzmann, der nicht nur auf der Leitung steht, sondern sie auch zieht. Außerdem gibt es eine kulinarische Welt-Premiere, den neuen Baerbock-Burger "Bacon of Hope". Und: Stefan Kreutzer verkostet ein drei Wochen altes Urlaubsmitbringsel von Sebastian Schaffstein.
In this episode, we'll look at Jesus' words from Matthew 7:1-5 and tackle just what judging others is all about, why people do it, and why Jesus has forbidden his followers from engaging in it. I personally believe the church has dropped the ball here big time and that there are few areas of Christian discipleship we need to learn more about than this one. Lord, have mercy. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/unbinding-the-bible/support
Vier Tage waren die Hosts auf Tour, mit 300 Fans feiern sie den Abschluss im Literaturhaus München - mit backenden Omas, Meditationslektüre und einem Bestsellerautor. Langweilig - ein vernichtendes Urteil muss sich der Bestseller "Café ohne Namen" von Robert Seethaler gefallen lassen. Den Anti-Seethaler entdecken die drei Hosts Katharina, Daniel und Jan dafür in Annika Büsings neuem Roman "Koller" - mit "Sätzen, zum an die Wand nageln". Das Podcast-Team war auf Deutschlandtour und machte diesmal Station in München. Weil das "fast Mittelmeer" ist, gibt's als literarische Vorspeise mediterrane Kost, die die Hosts haben backen lassen - und zwar von der sozialen Backstube "Kuchentratsch". Dort backen Seniorinnen und Senioren gemeinsam Kuchen, den man sogar deutschlandweit bestellen kann. Eine große Unterstützung für die Hosts - und auch beim Quiz lassen sich Daniel und Jan helfen. 150 Mitrater pro Host - und trotzdem klappt das mit den richtigen Antworten nicht so richtig. Alle Infos zum Podcast: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep Alle Lesekreise: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-lesekreise Unseren Newsletter gibt es hier: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-newsletter Die Bücher der Sendung: Robert Seetaler: "Das Café ohne Namen" (Claassen) Annika Büsing: "Koller" (Steidl) Matt Rowland: "Erbsünde", aus dem Englischen von Malte Krutzsch (Kein&Aber) Bernadine Evaristo: "Mr. Loverman", aus dem Englischen von Tanja Handels (Klett-Cotta) Daniel Speck: "Jaffa Road" und "Terra Mediterranea" (Beide Bücher: Fischer Taschenbuch) Arthur Conan Doyle: "Der Hund der Baskervilles", diverse Verlage, etwa Anaconda Verlag, Übersetzung von Stephanie Jakobs Das Rezept für Daniel Specks Dattel-Grieß-Kugeln - abgewandelt von der Backstube Kuchentratsch Zutaten: 500g Couscous (statt Grieß bei Daniel Speck) 250 ml Wasser 2 EL neutrales Pflanzenöl 100 g Datteln (gehackt) 1 unbehandelte Orange (abgeriebene Schale) 1/2 TL Zimtpulver 50 g gehackte Walnusskerne 50 g gemahlene Mandelkerne 250 ml Wasser 75 ml Läuterzucker oder Sirup Garnitur (z.B. gehackte Walnuss- oder Mandelkerne, weiße Sesamsaat) Zubereitung: Wasser in einem Topf zum Kochen bringen. Den Couscous unter Rühren mit einem Schneebesen einrieseln lassen. Achtung: Die Masse wird schnell fest, ordentlich rühren! Öl, Datteln, Orangenabrieb, Zimt und Nüsse ebenfalls schnell unterrühren. Für den Läuterzucker Zucker (250 g) und Wasser (250 ml) verrühren und aufkochen. Die Orange auspressen und die Hälfte des Orangensaftes dazugeben. So lange köcheln lassen, bis er eine sirupartige Konsistenz hat. Den Läuterzucker zum Couscous geben. Aus dem Teig Kügelchen formen, erst in Orangensaft, dann in Sesam wälzen. Nach Wunsch garnieren und auskühlen lassen.
Motherhood is hard and one of the ways more and more women are coping is by consuming alcohol. In this episode of the Moms Without Capes Podcast, I will be chatting with coach Jillian Speck about mommy wine culture and how it's masking a much bigger problem. Join therapist, life coach, and mom Onnie Michalsky as she seeks to inspire women to step beyond their role as a mom and be their greatest version. To join the Moms Without Capes Facebook community, visit www.facebook.com/groups/momswithoutcapes Build some stronger, healthier habits by downloading my free guide at www.momswithoutcapes.com/habits Struggling with thinking you have to do all the things and drowning under the pressure? Let's chat! Here's your chance to get coached by a mom who's not only been there, but has the skills and strategies in her back pocket ready to hand them over. www.momswithoutcapes.com/loveyourself Visit my website www.momswithoutcapes.com to learn more! The Moms Without Capes Unstoppable Self-Growth Book Club is heating up this summer. Come learn more about yourself and how you can become your best version. www.momswithoutcapes.com/bookclub To learn more about Jillian Speck, visit her at https://www.jillianspeckcoaching.com/ or follow her on social: https://www.instagram.com/jillianspeckcoaching/ Thank you so much for tuning in and listening today. I'd love to hear what you thought of this episode and what ideas you may have for future episodes of the Moms Without Capes podcast! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you liked this episode, please show some love by leaving me a 5-Star review at www.ratethispodcast.com/mwc, subscribing, and sharing it with a fellow mom! Or buy me a chai latte at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/onnieM DISCLAIMER: Just because I'm a therapist, I'm not your therapist nor am I doing therapy in this podcast episode. Just saying. So enjoy Moms Without Capes for what it is- educational, entertaining, and a way to get my message out into the world!
Today's meditation comes from The Book Of Psalms in The Old Testament and from the writings of Carl Sagan, with music by Sean Daugherty.Passage: When I look up at the heavens, the moon and the stars that you set in place, what are human beings that you think about them and care for them? You've made them only a little lower than God, crowning them with glory and honor. —Psalm 8:3-5Perspective: The Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena… The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer, every teacher of morals, every corrupt politician, every "superstar," every "supreme leader," every saint and sinner in the history of our species lived there... —Carl SaganMusic: “Empty Space” by Sean DaughertyNarrator: Ryan Phipps
On today's show, we interview entrepreneur, designer, endurance athlete, and certified Integral Coach, Tony Lillios who shares with us his incredible life story, his many tribulations, and successes. Tony started his professional career as a consultant with IDEO. But then the desire to “do more” kicked in. And back in 1996, Tony founded Speck Design and then Speck Products. Speck Products designed and manufactured cases for laptops and phones. And they were the first manufacturer to bring hard cases to the market. Speck rode the early wave of success but then the business got harder. And they plateaued once sales hit $150 million. Reading the market conditions, Tony and his partners sold out to Samsonite – a larger organization that had the resources and the distribution network to continue scaling the business. Today, as an Integral Coach, Tony works with individuals and small teams looking to unlock more possibilities when feeling stuck. His most productive relationships are with clients that have tried to address what isn't working or what they aspire towards and have come up short. Towards the end of the show, we have an interesting discussion on core values – a concept that is still grossly under thought. This is a show that you do not want to miss. Topics include: How Tony started the journey to success in developing his own company What happens when a business starts plateauing, the market becomes harder and more expensive How Tony transitioned from owning his company to starting his integral coaching career Why core values are grossly underthought through And other topics… Connect with Tony: Website: https://www.lillios.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lillios/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonylillioscoach/ Connect with Darius: Website: https://therealdarius.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dariusmirshahzadeh/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whoompdarius/ YouTube: https://therealdarius.com/youtube Book: The Core Value Equation https://www.amazon.com/Core-Value-Equation-Framework-Limitless/dp/1544506708 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Warum man Thomas Mann nicht gut finden muss, welche Klassiker man lesen sollte und wer + was im Kanon fehlt - das erzählt uns die junge Youtuberin, Kabarettistin, Germanistin und leidenschaftliche Leserin Teresa Reichl im Interview. Ob El Hotzo auch Romane schreiben kann, welches Kinderbuch eine andere Kultur näherbringt und was der neue Roman von Olga Torkaczuk mit Thomas Mann (Achtung: Kreis schließt sich!) zu tun hat – das erzählen Jan und Katharina in dieser Folge. Alle Infos zum Podcast: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep Alle Lesekreise: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-lesekreise Unseren Newsletter gibt es hier: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-newsletter Podcast-Tipp: Quarks Daily: https://www.ardaudiothek.de/sendung/quarks-daily-dein-taeglicher-wissenspodcast/72680234/ Aktuelle Folge zum Thema: „Lesen – Brauchen wir das noch?“ Dazu Katharinas Tipp: Science Slam mit Dr. Pauline Schröter: “Was passiert im Gehirn, wenn wir lesen?“ https://youtu.be/Z_St4FuU-MQ Die Bücher der Folge: (00:01:19) Ernst von Malortie: „Das Menu“ (Klindworth) - nur antiquarisch zu haben (00:05:39) Sebastian Hotz: „Mindset“ (Kiepenheuer & Witsch) (00:14:33) Olga Tokarczuk: „Empusion“ (Kampa) (00:18:18) Varsha Shah: „Ajay und die Tintenhelden“ (Atrium) (00:23:03) Teresa Reichl: „Muss ich das gelesen haben?“ (Haymon) (00:43:12) Gabriele Tergit: „Effingers“ (Schöffling & Co.) Rezept für Linsen à la Lessing: Zutaten 500 Gramm Linsen 200 Gramm Schweinespeck (gewürfelt) 2 Kartoffeln 2 Möhren 1 Zwiebel 1 EL Öl 2 EL Mehl 250 ml Suppenbrühe 2 Scheiben Graubrot Zubereitung Linsen über Nacht in Wasser einweichen. 40 bis 60 Minuten kochen, bis sie weich sind. Dann die Linsen in einem Küchensieb abtropfen lassen und waschen. Die Zwiebel kleinschneiden und gemeinsam mit dem Speck und dem Öl in einer Pfanne anbraten. Die Kartoffeln und die Möhren kochen und ebenfalls kleinschneiden. Dann alles zusammen in die Pfanne geben, mit dem Mehl vermischen und mit der Suppenbrühe aufgießen. Alles zusammen etwa 30 Minuten auf kleiner Flamme kochen lassen, regelmäßig umrühren. Graubrot auf einem Teller drapieren. Einen guten Freund oder eine gute Freundin zum Essen einladen.
Recebe a cineasta Cristiane Oliveira para uma conversa sobre o 2º longa dirigido por ela, vencedor do Prêmio da Crítica no Festival de Gramado. - Visite a página do podcast no site e confira material extra sobre o tema do episódio - Junte-se ao Cineclube Cinematório e tenha acesso a conteúdo exclusivo de cinema Vencedor de 11 prêmios nos mais de 40 festivais pelos quais passou, entre eles os de Melhor Filme pelo Júri da Crítica, Melhor Fotografia e Melhor Montagem no 49º Festival de Gramado, “A Primeira Morte de Joana” é uma história de amadurecimento feminina. A protagonista é Joana (Letícia Kacperski), uma adolescente de 13 anos que quer descobrir por que sua tia-avó morreu aos 70 anos sem nunca ter namorado alguém. Vivendo em uma comunidade próxima a uma usina eólica, no Sul do Brasil, Joana parece querer descobrir o segredo da tia para entender o que ocorre com ela mesma – e isso acaba refletindo também na relação com sua melhor amiga, Carolina (Isabela Bressane). “A Primeira Morte de Joana” também é estrelado por Joana Vieira, Lisa Gertum Becker, Rosa Campos Velho, Pedro Nambuco, Roberto Oliveira, Graciela Caputti e Emílio Speck. O roteiro também tem a participação de Silvia Lourenço, a fotografia é assinada por Bruno Polidoro, a montagem é de Tula Anagnostopoulos e a direção de arte é de Adriana Nascimento Borba. Produzido pela Okna Produções, o longa chega aos cinemas brasileiros com distribuição da Lança Filmes. Na entrevista, a diretora compartilha conosco um pouco do processo da realização deste seu segundo longa-metragem e fala sobre como ele se conecta com seu trabalho anterior, o também premiado “Mulher do Pai”, e com o seu próximo filme, “Até que a Música Pare”. O cinematório café é produzido e apresentado por Renato Silveira e Kel Gomes. A cada episódio, nós propomos um debate em torno de filmes recém-lançados e temas relacionados ao cinema, sempre em um clima de descontração e buscando refletir sobre imagens presentes no nosso dia a dia. Quer mandar um e-mail? Escreva para email@example.com. A sua mensagem pode ser lida no podcast!
Antony “Tony” Kattukaran is an entrepreneur, ecommerce veteran, and skilled technology partner. He is the Founder and CEO of Tagalys, a company that reimagines visual product merchandising for other businesses. He has founded three companies and has served trusted companies such as Deloitte and Johnson Controls AG. In addition to his leadership responsibilities, Tony invests time listening to his customers to understand their needs. In this episode… Merchandising and ecommerce go hand in hand, yet many stores neglect to give it the attention it deserves. The details of optimal merchandising can be highly variable and difficult to nail down. When handled properly, the improvement to a company's presence and sales can be immense. Antony “Tony” Kattukaran is an entrepreneur with a wealth of experience in merchandising and ecommerce. His company, Tagalys, focuses on the visual and sales components of merchandising, working with brands such as Speck and Fila. His insights can make a massive difference in your online business. In this episode of the Ecommerce Wizards Podcast, Guillaume Le Tual talks with Tony Kattukaran, the Founder and CEO of Tagalys, about how to improve your merchandising, touching on the importance of the process and what should be prioritized for ecommerce storefronts. They also give practical advice on when to recommend products, show out-of-stock merchandise, and use AI technology.
In this episode Chris explains to Byrne and Wade how the relative scale of the Universe demonstrates how insignificant we, and everything around us, are when compared to the enormity of the Universe. Buy the book 42 Reasons To Hate The Universe (And One Reason Not To) Become a Patron and receive exclusive content Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the Spoon Mob Podcast, sommelier Lauren Noel returns to the podcast to chat about joining the team at Speck Italian Eatery + The Bottle Shop in Columbus, Ohio. For more on sommelier Lauren Noel, visit spoonmob.com/laurennoel and follow her on Instagram @laurennoel42, @thebottleshopcolumbus + @speck_italian. Visit bottleshopcolumbus.com for menu details + business hours. Visit speckrestaurant.com for menu details + reservations. For all things Spoon Mob, visit spoonmob.com and make sure to follow us on Instagram (@spoonmob), Twitter (@spoonmob1), Facebook (@spoonmob1) + TikTok (@spoonmob). Intro music by @kabbalisticvillage.
Kita-Gutscheine beantragen, Kindergeburtstage planen, Vorsorgeuntersuchungen im Blick haben: Besonders wenn Kinder ins Spiel kommen, wird der Organisationsaufwand in Familien immer größer. Und auch wenn Familienbelange zunehmend gleichberechtigter aufgeteilt werden: Bei heterosexuellen Eltern sind es fast immer die Frauen, die diese unsichtbare Arbeit stemmen, das zeigen Forschungsbefunde ganz klar. Doch woran liegt das - und was ließe sich ändern? Wissenschaftsredakteurin Beke Schulmann hat sich mit den soziologischen und psychologischen Erkenntnissen zu Mental Load beschäftigt. Im Gespräch mit Host Lucie Kluth erklärt sie, wie man das Phänomen unsichtbarer Arbeit überhaupt erforschen kann, wie berechtigt der Vorwurf des "Maternal Gate Keeping" ist - und was der Kapitalismus mit all dem zu tun hat. DIE HINTERGRUNDINFORMATIONEN: Comic der Illustratorin Emma | You should have asked. https://english.emmaclit.com/2017/05/20/you-shouldve-asked/. [Aufgerufen am 24. März 2023]. Buch über Mental Load | Cammarata, P.: Raus aus der Mental Load Falle. Weihnheim: Beltz, 2020. Die Ergebnisse Studie der TU Darmstadt zum männlichen Ernährermodell |Koppetsch, C. /Speck, S.: Wenn der Mann kein Ernährer mehr ist. Geschlechterkonflikte in Krisenzeiten. Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2015. Studie zu Folgen von Arbeitslosigkeit | Jahoda, M., Lazarsfeld, P.-F., Zeisel, H.: Hans Zeisel, Marie Jahoda, Paul F. Lazarsfeld: Die Arbeitslosen von Marienthal. Ein soziographischer Versuch über die Wirkungen langandauernder Arbeitslosigkeit. Frankfurt am Main: Edition Suhrkamp, 1975. Buch zur Verteilung von Hausarbeit | Russell, Hochschild, A.: The Second Shift: Working Families and the Revolution at Home. London: Penguin Books, 2012. Zusammenfassung des Gleichstellungsberichts der Bundesregierung | Gender Care Gap - ein Indikator für die Gleichstellung. https://www.bmfsfj.de/bmfsfj/themen/gleichstellung/gender-care-gap/indikator-fuer-die-gleichstellung/gender-care-gap-ein-indikator-fuer-die-gleichstellung-137294#:~:text=Aus%20dem%20Gutachten%20f%C3%BCr%20den,f%C3%BCr%20unbezahlte%20Sorgearbeit%20als%20M%C3%A4nner [Aufgerufen am 24. März 2023]. Übersicht DeStatis über Verteilung von Elterngeld | Eltern- und Kindergeld. https://www.destatis.de/DE/Themen/Gesellschaft-Umwelt/Soziales/Elterngeld/Tabellen/_tabellen-innen-elterngeld.html [Abgerufen am 24. März 2023]. Studie über das Bild des Familienernährers | VAPRO - You don't need to be Superheroes : Einblicke in die vielfältigen Lebenslagen von Vätern ; Abschlussbericht. https://leopard.tu-braunschweig.de/receive/dbbs_mods_00071776 [Aufgerufen am 24. März 2023]. Studie zur Verteilung von Hausarbeit | Daminger, A.. The Cognitive Dimension of Household Labor. American Sociological Review. 2019,4 : 609-633. Buch über Unsichtbare Arbeit und ihren Hintergrund | Mayer-Ahuja, N. und Nachtwey, O.: Verkannte Leistungsträger:innen: Berichte aus der Klassengesellschaft. Berlin: Edition Suhrkamp, 2021. Studie der Techniker Krankenkasse zum Thema Stress | TK-Stressstudie 2021 „Entspann Dich, Deutschland“. https://www.tk.de/presse/themen/praevention/gesundheitsstudien/tk-stressstudie-2021-2116458 [Aufgerufen am 24. März 2023]. Webseite mit Tipps zum Umgang mit Mental Load | pipedrive: Mental Load: Unsichtbare Arbeitsbelastung für Frauen. https://www.pipedrive.com/de/blog/mental-load [Aufgerufen am 24. März 2023]. Selbst-Test zu Mental Load | Equal Care Day. www.equalcareday.de [Aufgerufen am 24. März 2023].
We are back with part of our series on Humanizing Pedagogy. Today, we'll be talking with Kristin Speck about how to create a classroom environment that fosters deeper engagement and concrete strategies to get us there. Kristin shares about how her degree in nutrition and dietetics and teaching at a San Diego cycling studio led to her career as a high school biology teacher. Noting that teachers need to “build slow to go fast” when it comes to classroom engagement, Kristin lists several concrete strategies to help students feel welcomed and comfortable in a classroom, which helps build an environment for deeper engagement. She shares standards and norms for setting that foundation for a variety of age groups. She also gives her advice for first year teachers and speaks to what more she'll be doing with new teachers at this summer's Beginning Teacher Institute. Learn more and register for this three-day event at azk12.org/BTI23. Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.
Director Matt Smukler discusses his new film, Wildflower, with fellow director Will Speck in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, Smukler spoke about how the project transitioned from a documentary to a narrative feature, the challenges of making the shift in format and selecting a cast resembling family. Based on a true story about his extended family that inspired a documentary of the same name, Smukler's feature centers on Bea, the daughter of two intellectually disabled parents and a set of relatives that can't quite agree on the best way to help. Please note: spoilers are included. See photos and a summary of this event below: https://dga.org/Events/2023/May2023/Wildflower_QnA_0323.aspx
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Do you notice a "speck in your brother's eye"?Are you doing anything about it? It's not easy, is it?But Jesus tells us to remove the speck from our brother's eye.Join me for today's Daily Word & Prayer to learn how.Scripture Used in Today's MessageMatthew 7:5Galatians 6:1Who do you know that needs to hear today's message? Go ahead and forward this to them along with a prayer that God will use it in their life.To become a TSCM Ministry Partner, click herehttps://www.tomthepreacher.com/supportTo find Tom on Instagram, Facebook, TicTok, and elsewhere, go to linktr.ee/tomthepreacher Have you read my book, "Takin' it to Their Turf"?If not, you may request a copy on my website, www.TomthePreacher.comWe send a copy to anyone who donates to our ministry, but if you can't do so, simply request a copy by sending us an email.************ Do you want to have all your sins forgiven and know God personally? *********Check out my video "The Bridge Diagram" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Kjwrlind8&t=1sCheck out my website, www.TomthePreacher.com, to learn more about my ministry and sign up for my daily email. And make sure to request a copy of my book, Takin' it to Their Turf, when you visit my website.Check out my videos on this channel to learn how to answer tough questions challenging our faith.
First Sunday in Lent The Collect: Almighty God, whose blessed Son was led by the Spirit to be tempted by Satan: Come quickly to help us who are assaulted by many temptations; and, as you know the weaknesses of each of us, let each one find you mighty to save; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen. Old Testament: Genesis 2:15-17; 3:1-7 15The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to till it and keep it. 16And the Lord God commanded the man, “You may freely eat of every tree of the garden; 17but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall die.” 1Now the serpent was more crafty than any other wild animal that the Lord God had made. He said to the woman, “Did God say, ‘You shall not eat from any tree in the garden'?” 2The woman said to the serpent, “We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden; 3but God said, ‘You shall not eat of the fruit of the tree that is in the middle of the garden, nor shall you touch it, or you shall die.'” 4But the serpent said to the woman, “You will not die; 5for God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” 6So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that the tree was to be desired to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate; and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate. 7Then the eyes of both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together and made loincloths for themselves. Psalm: Psalm 32 1 Happy are they whose transgressions are forgiven, * and whose sin is put away! 2 Happy are they to whom the Lord imputes no guilt, * and in whose spirit there is no guile! 3 While I held my tongue, my bones withered away, * because of my groaning all day long. 4 For your hand was heavy upon me day and night; * my moisture was dried up as in the heat of summer. 5 Then I acknowledged my sin to you, * and did not conceal my guilt. 6 I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the Lord.” * Then you forgave me the guilt of my sin. 7 Therefore all the faithful will make their prayers to you in time of trouble; * when the great waters overflow, they shall not reach them. 8 You are my hiding-place; you preserve me from trouble; * you surround me with shouts of deliverance. 9 “I will instruct you and teach you in the way that you should go; * I will guide you with my eye. 10 Do not be like horse or mule, which have no understanding; * who must be fitted with bit and bridle, or else they will not stay near you.” 11 Great are the tribulations of the wicked; * but mercy embraces those who trust in the Lord. 12 Be glad, you righteous, and rejoice in the Lord; * shout for joy, all who are true of heart. Epistle: Romans 5:12-19 12Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death came through sin, and so death spread to all because all have sinned—13sin was indeed in the world before the law, but sin is not reckoned when there is no law. 14Yet death exercised dominion from Adam to Moses, even over those whose sins were not like the transgression of Adam, who is a type of the one who was to come. 15But the free gift is not like the trespass. For if the many died through the one man's trespass, much more surely have the grace of God and the free gift in the grace of the one man, Jesus Christ, abounded for the many. 16And the free gift is not like the effect of the one man's sin. For the judgment following one trespass brought condemnation, but the free gift following many trespasses brings justification. 17If, because of the one man's trespass, death exercised dominion through that one, much more surely will those who receive the abundance of grace and the free gift of righteousness exercise dominion in life through the one man, Jesus Christ. 18Therefore just as one man's trespass led to condemnation for all, so one man's act of righteousness leads to justification and life for all.19For just as by the one man's disobedience the many were made sinners, so by the one man's obedience the many will be made righteous. Gospel: Matthew 4:1-11 1Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. 2He fasted forty days and forty nights, and afterwards he was famished. 3The tempter came and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, command these stones to become loaves of bread.” 4But he answered, “It is written, ‘One does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.'” 5Then the devil took him to the holy city and placed him on the pinnacle of the temple, 6saying to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down; for it is written, ‘He will command his angels concerning you,' and ‘On their hands they will bear you up, so that you will not dash your foot against a stone.'” 7Jesus said to him, “Again it is written, ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test.'”8Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor; 9and he said to him, “All these I will give you, if you will fall down and worship me.” 10Jesus said to him, “Away with you, Satan! for it is written, ‘Worship the Lord your God, and serve only him.'” 11Then the devil left him, and suddenly angels came and waited on him.
We live in a world constantly bombarding us with messages about who we are, what the good life looks like, and how we can obtain it. In a culture carried by the whims of personal desire and comfort, we hear values like “follow your heart;” in a culture where we are constantly divided from one another, we start to believe that our spite is justified; in a culture that is constantly blaming others, we jump into the blame game. Yet each of these notions lead us not to life, freedom, or peace, but further into death, captivity, and anxiety. In Jesus' ministry, He regularly spoke against all sorts of notions that we consider commonplace today, and in listening and applying His words together, we will find a lasting, peaceful, joyous life in the midst of a culture mired in anxiety, division, and hatred. Listen as Pastor Clint examines Jesus' parable on examining the log in our own eye, the way that refutes our culture's tendency to blame or damn others, and how Jesus' process can lead us to true transformation in the midst of our difficulties with others. Sermon Notes: 1. Study entitled "Less Evil Than You" at the University of Chicago: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/media-relations-and-communications/press-releases/holier-than-thou-or-less-evil-than-you-the-true-nature-of-self-righteousness 2. “People evaluate themselves by adopting an ‘inside perspective' focused heavily on evaluations of mental states such as intentions and motives, but evaluate others based on an ‘outside perspective' that focuses on observed behavior for which intentions and motives are then assumed.” -Nicholas Epley and Nadav Klein, "Less Evil Than You" 3. Barna study on the perception of Christians by non-Christians: https://www.barna.com/research/a-new-generation-expresses-its-skepticism-and-frustration-with-christianity/ 4. “No person knows the strength of another person's temptations. The person with the placid and equable temperament knows nothing of the temptations of the person whose blood is afire and whose passions are on a hair-trigger. The person brought up in a good home and in Christian surroundings knows nothing of the temptation of the person brought up in a slum, or in a place where evil stalks abroad. The person blessed with fine parents knows nothing of the temptations of the person who has the load of a bad heredity upon his back. The fact is that if we realized what some people have to go through, so far from condemning them, we would be amazed that they have succeeded in being as good as they are.” -William Barclay, Commentary on Matthew 5. "The Wounded Healer," by Henri Nouwen
Today we start a new series walking through the parables of Jesus. In Jesus, we see a God who doesn't condemn but offers hope and restoration without prejudice. We're invited to live in that and do the same in our relationships.Check out the links below for some important info! (https://slocity.church/im-new) - Click here to fill out a connect card if you're new (https://slocity.church/this-week) - Click here to jump into community(https://subsplash.com/slocitychurch/app) - Click here to download the app and stay connected (https://slocity.church/give) - We dream of being a generous church that trusts God fully and makes a difference. If God has put it on your heart to give, click the link above.
Today on the Strong Towns Podcast, Chuck Marohn welcomes back Jeff Speck, city planner and author, to talk about a brand-new version of his book, Walkable Cities: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time. It's the 10th anniversary for the book, and a lot has changed in the U.S. since the original was published. While the content from the first edition is still relevant today, this updated version holds over 100 pages of new information useful to those actively working to make their cities stronger. Listen to Chuck and Speck talk in depth about some of those book additions, including (but not limited to) COVID's impact on cities, the reckless driver narrative, and a simple truth about street trees. ADDITIONAL SHOW NOTES Get the new edition of Walkable Cities: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time. Jeff Speck (Twitter). Charles Marohn (Twitter).
This episode begins with an ancient myth from a tribe along the Amazon River. The story tells how the inner soul of each person travels at night all the way the center of the cosmos. Once there, the soul receives a message that is brought back and shared with the tribe as a dream. Meade draws on this link between the individual soul and the cosmos to describe how ancient cultures imagined each person to be born with a speck of star hidden in their soul, buried in their heart, just waiting to become a person's “guiding star.” Each person is intended to contribute presence and meaning to the world and liberation happens each time we become conscious of the contents of our soul. We are here to awaken and learn how to express the uniqueness of our souls, and if we do that we add presence, being and creativity to the world and we become irreplaceable. If we don't find the meanings hidden in our souls, the world loses presence and people who have no idea who they are come to dominate society. Rumi wrote that: “The world inside is bigger than the world outside.” Meade argues that in this time of darkness and conflict, hatred and bigotry, we have to revive the sense of the inner magnanimity and enduring brilliance of the individual soul. Thank you for listening to and supporting Living Myth. You can further support this podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Members receive bonus episodes each month, access to the full archives of over 475 episodes and a 30% discount on all events, courses and book and audio titles. Learn more and join this community of listeners at patreon.com/livingmyth. If you enjoy this podcast, we appreciate you leaving a review wherever you listen and sharing it with your friends. On behalf of Michael Meade and the whole Mosaic staff, we wish you well during these challenging and uncertain times and thank you for your support of our work.
When Montauk fisherman John Aldridge was thrown off the back of his lobster boat, the Anna Mary, he found himself alone in the middle of the ocean, watching his ship speed off into the distance. With his partner, Anthony Sosinski, sleeping below deck, it would be hours before Aldridge was even discovered missing. The U.S. Coast Guard and Montauk fishing community then mobilized a large-scale search-and-rescue mission off the coast of Long Island, but the needle-in-a-haystack operation missed Aldridge, again and again, while he fought for his life. Following the release of their book, A Speck in the Sea, that recounts this harrowing tale, Aldridge and Sosinski join Alec to share their story of perseverance, friendship, and the mindset it takes to survive the most challenging circumstances. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.