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Tribe Sober - inspiring an alcohol free life!
How I Quit Drinking - and started Tribe Sober with Janet Gourand

Tribe Sober - inspiring an alcohol free life!

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 26:04


Tribe Sober - Your guide to alcohol-free living! After running Tribe Sober for 6 years and helping hundreds of people to ditch the drink and embrace alcohol-free living I've learned a lot.  My biggest insight has been that sharing our stories around our problems with alcohol is the most powerful way we can help others - that's why the heart of this podcast is recovery stories. Today I celebrate seven years of sobriety so I'm sharing my story - how I quit drinking and started Tribe Sober In this Episode How I got hooked on the booze - and nearly drowned - and carried on drinking How I got breast cancer - and carried on drinking How I kept trying (and failing) to "moderate" How a "walking, talking blackout" made me (finally) decide to ditch the drink How I went to AA and why it didn't work for me How I finally found "my people" at a one day workshop in London and managed to stop drinking How I stayed sober - and decided to use my training experience to design a workshop to help others How the workshop participants wanted to stay connected and Tribe Sober membership was born How I marked my first Soberversary by writing a "Goodbye to Alcohol" Letter  How I'm celebrating my seventh Soberversary by developing an online course which will be available in July 2022 More Info Subscription membership – you can join up HERE. 20% ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT CODE ANN052022 – valid during May 2022 To access our website, click HERE. If you would like a free copy of our “Annual Tracker” or our e-book 66 Days to Sobriety, please email janet@tribesober.com. If you would like to come to our Saturday afternoon Zoom Cafe as a guest and meet our community, just email janet@tribesober.com. Episode Sponsor This episode is sponsored by the Tribe Sober Membership Program.  If you want to change your relationship with alcohol then sign up today Read more about our program and subscribe HERE Book a Discovery Call with me to find out if our membership would help you Help us to Spread the Word! We made this podcast so that we can reach more people who need our help.  Please subscribe and share. If you enjoyed the podcast, then please leave us a 5-star review on Apple podcasts. Take a screenshot of your review, and DM it to Tribe Sober's Instagram page – see PS below for instructions. We'll send you something special to say thank you! We release a podcast episode every Saturday morning. You can follow Tribe Sober on Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and Instagram. You can join our private Facebook group HERE. PS: How to Leave a Rating/Review in Apple Podcasts (on an iOS Device) Open the Podcasts app. EASY. Choose “Search” from the bottom row of icons and enter the name of the show (e.g. Recover Like a Mother) into the search field. Select the show under Shows (not under Episodes). Scroll down past the first few episodes until you see Ratings & Reviews. Click Write a Review underneath the displayed reviews from other listeners. You'll then have the option to rate the show on a 5-star scale and write a review (you can rate without writing too but it's always good to read your experience).

Stratfor Podcast
RANE Insights on COVID-19: The Spread of Monkeypox and BA2

Stratfor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 24:20


In this episode of the RANE Insights on COVID-19 podcast, our experts discuss the continued mutations of the SARS Cov-2 virus. And Dr. Fred Southwick, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Florida College of Medicine, and Dr. Bill Lang discuss reports of a monkeypox outbreak first detected in the U.K. that has spread to several countries, including the U.S. and Canada. What to know about the disease and whether it could bring another pandemic. SEPARATE THE SIGNAL FROM THE NOISEWith a Daily or Weekly Risk Intelligence Brief from RANE. Ongoing risk monitoring saves time and effort with a more efficient process for information screening. https://www.ranenetwork.com/

Ali on the Run Show
521. Beyond the Run with Ali Feller, TEDxBoston Speaker

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 73:03


"It felt important to me. And so I sent the email. I took my own advice, and I sent the email." On Monday, I had the honor of giving a TED talk. In this episode, I'm talking all about my experience speaking at TEDxBoston's "Epic Strides" event, celebrating women in sport and the 50-year anniversary of the passing of Title IX. I share how I got this opportunity, my hesitations, and how it went. Plus, I share the talk itself. SPONSOR: New Balance — Go to newbalance.com/beyondtherun to learn more about how New Balance is supporting the conversations around mental wellness in running. (And check out my current favorite pullover, crop top, half-zip top, quilted pullover, and jacket.) What you'll get on this episode: How I got the opportunity to be a TEDx speaker (2:00) On figuring out what to talk about (11:00) The rehearsal and preparation process (15:00) The week of TEDxBoston (23:00) Why I got really stressed the night before the event (38:00) My TED talk! (53:20) For more, check out: Emily Saul on Episode 510 of the Ali on the Run Show Emily Saul & Ian Nurse on Episode 474 of the Ali on the Run Show Emily Saul on Episode 59 of the Ali on the Run Show What Made Maddy Run by Kate Fagan Alexandra Angelone: TEDxBoston Hair & Makeup Artist Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!

Mental Illness Happy Hour
#592 BPD & DBT - Jesse Finkelstein

Mental Illness Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 77:37


Jessie Finkelstein, a therapist specializing in Emotional Regulation Disorder (BPD) and DBT therapy, shares his expertise. He is the creator of the online portal TheraHive and The Game of Real Life, both of which help anyone build DBT skills. #BPD #DBT Live MIHH recording in Minneapolis Fri May 20th 8pm at Sisyphus Brewery. For tix or more info go here. https://dojour.us/e/15598More about Jesse and The Game of Real Life can be found at:www.TalkGood.orgCourses in DBT can be found at www.TheraHive.comSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get 10% off your first month go to www.BetterHelp.com/mental Must be 18. For those under 18 you will be redirected to or can go directly to TeenCounseling at www.teencounseling.com WAYS TO HELP THE PODCAST______________________Subscribe via iTunes and leave a review. It costs nothing. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mental-illness-happy-hour/id427377900?mt=2—————————————————————————Spread the word via social media. It costs nothing.Our website is www.mentalpod.com our FB is www.Facebook.com/mentalpod and our Twitter and Instagram are both @Mentalpod --------------------------------------------------------Become a much-needed Patreon monthly-donor (with occasional rewards) for as little as $1/month at www.Patreon.com/mentalpod Become a one-time or monthly donor via Paypal or Zelle (make payment to mentalpod@gmail.com)------------------------------------------------------------------------------Try Our Sponsor's Products/Services---------------------------------------------------See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Tales To Terrify
Tales to Terrify 538 Rick Kennett/B. Michael Radburn & Frank Oreto

Tales To Terrify

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 41:07


Welcome to Episode 538. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a man whose hatred of elevators is eclipsed only by their hatred for him, and why you don't have to be the sharpest tool in the shed to stand against the end of the world.COMING UPGood Evening: Flash Contest: 00:01:06Rick Kennett & B. Michael Radburn's They Wait as read by Chris Johnston: 00:05:27Frank Oreto's Phase II as read by Andrew Gibson: 00:12:16PERTINENT LINKSSupport us on Patreon! Spread the darkness.Shop Tales to Terrify MerchFlash ContestRick KennettAndrew GibsonAndrew Gibson | The Narrator Nook Discord Andrew Gibson | The Haven DiscordOriginal Score by Nebulus EntertainmentNebulus on FacebookNebulus on InstagramSPECIAL THANKS TOAmanda GottfriedKathy RobinsonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/talestoterrify. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Your Anxiety Toolkit
Ep. 285 - Managing Mental Compulsions (With Dr. Jon Greyson)

Your Anxiety Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 43:03


SUMMARY: In this weeks podcast, we talk with Dr Jon Greyson about managing mental compulsions. Jon talks about how to use Acceptance to manage strong intrusive thoughts and other obsessions. Jon addressed how to use acceptance with OCD, GAD and other Anxiety disorders. Covered in This Episode: What is a Mental Compulsion? What is the difference between Mental Rumination and Mental Compulsions? How to use Acceptance for Mental Compulsions How to practice acceptance when the intrusive thoughts are so strong. Links To Things I Talk About: Jon's Book Freedom from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Personalized Recovery Program for Living with Uncertainty Jon's Website https://www.laocdtreatment.com/ ERP School: https://www.cbtschool.com/erp-school-lp Episode Sponsor: This episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit is brought to you by CBTschool.com. CBTschool.com is a psychoeducation platform that provides courses and other online resources for people with anxiety, OCD, and Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors. Go to cbtschool.com to learn more. Spread the love! Everyone needs tools for anxiety... If you like Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, visit YOUR ANXIETY TOOLKIT PODCAST to subscribe free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like Your Anxiety Toolkit, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION This is Your Anxiety Toolkit Episode - 285. Welcome back, everybody. We are on episode three of the six-part series. And if you have listened to the previous episodes, I am sure you are just full of information, but hopefully ready to hear some more. Today, we have Dr. Jonathan Grayson. He's here to talk about his specific way of managing mental compulsions. As you may know, if you've listened before, I strongly urge you to start and go in order. So, first, we started with Mental Compulsions 101. That was with yours truly, myself. Then Jon Hershfield came in. He talked about mindfulness and really went in, gave some incredible tools. Shala Nicely, again, gave some lived experience and really the tools that worked for her. And I have just been mind-blown with both of their expertise. And it doesn't stop there. We have amazing Dr. Jonathan Grayson today talking about all of the ways that he manages mental compulsions and how he brings specific concepts to help a client be motivated and lean into that response prevention and to reduce those mental compulsions. I am again blown away with how amazing and respectful and kind and knowledgeable these experts are. I just am overwhelmed with joy to share this with you. Again, please remember this should not replace professional mental health care. We are here at CBT School, who is the host of this series. We're here to provide you skills and tools, and resources specifically if you don't have access to those resources. That is a huge part of our mission. So, even though we have ERP School – and that is an online course, you can take it from your home – we wanted to offer this freely because so many people are seeming to be misunderstanding mental compulsions, and it's an area I really have been excited to share with you in this free series. So, I'm not going to yammer on anymore. I'm going to let you hear the amazing wisdom of Jonathan Grayson. Have a wonderful day.   Kimberley: Welcome. I am so honored to have you here, Jon Grayson. Jonathan: It is always a pleasure. Kimberley: Okay. So, I actually am really, really interested to hear your point of view. As we go through a different episode, I actually am learning things. I thought I knew it all, but I'm learning and learning. So, I'm so excited to get your view on managing mental compulsions or how you address them. My first question is, do you call them mental compulsions, mental rituals, rumination? How do you frame it? Jonathan: I'm never really too big on jargony, but mental compulsions are mental rituals. And I think that's trying to-- and I think the thing about mental rituals is some people don't know they have them. I mean, some people know, but some people will describe it as, “I just obsess, I don't have rituals.” but then when you listen, they do. And the ritual part is trying to reassure themselves or convince themselves that whatever it is they're worrying about isn't. So, they have both the fear part like, “Oh my God, what if this is true? But wait, here's why it's not true. Now I know that's not really true. But what if it is true?” So, that is what I would call mental compulsion or rituals. Kimberley: Right. How do you-- let's say you're sitting across from a patient or a client they are doing either predominantly mental compulsions or that's a huge part of the symptoms that they have. How would you address in your own way, teaching somebody how to manage mental compulsions? Jonathan: I think there's two answers to the question because I never have, and one has to do with what is the content, because I believe every set of mental rituals – I believe it for all forms of OCD, whether there's a very strong behavioral component or it's all mental – it has its own set of arguments that we're going to use. Of course, when I talk about arguments, I know this will be a shock to you, but to me, it always has to do with coping with uncertainty, because I think the purpose of mental compulsions is to deny reality. That is, there is something I don't want to be true and I keep trying to convince myself it's not true.  Now often it's a low probability. But low probability is not no probability. Sometimes I have clients a little confused, saying like, “I tell myself it's low probability,” and they actually feel better. Is that okay? And the answer is, it depends. If I'm trying to convince myself, I don't have to worry about it because it's a low probability, no, that's a ritual. If I'm just saying it's a low probability, I mean, way actually with OCD, it's very easy because people don't mind saying it's low prob they. They like saying it's low probability, but they don't want the last sentence to be “But it might happen.” So, it's like, as long as you're answering “It might happen,” then you're dealing with reality because everything is a low probability, even if it's really small.  So, one part has to do with the content. And I think for every set of obsessions, there is, what is the content they're doing? I think in a more general way, the goal of treatment is basically accepting that low probability things might happen. I was recently saying to people that I hope the probability of nuclear war is no worse than that. It was as bad as likely as a worldwide pandemic. Some people would freak out like, “You think there's going to be a war?” First of all, I know anything, but they were missing the point. It's like, no, I really mean it's as likely as a pandemic, which means it's not likely. However, the thing about the pandemic, low probability things can happen. So yeah, we're probably okay. And so, the thing about acceptance that everyone hates is acceptance is second best. We spend so much time talking about how great acceptance is and I really think it's a disservice in some respects to not point out what acceptance means because it almost always is. Here's something you don't want that you might have to live with. If I lose a loved one, we start in denial. And for me, denial is defined as I'm comparing life to a fantasy. I have a woman in a bad relationship and she thinks he really loves the guy, but it's like, he'd be so good if only he would change X, Y, and Z. And of course, if he changed X, Y, and Z, he would be someone else. So, they're in love with a fantasy. And when somebody dies, the fantasy is life would be better if they were here. It's a fantasy because that's never happening again. So, we have to get them to the point.  And of course, the thing, the reason I mentioned death is it points out a really important thing about acceptance. You don't get to just decide, “I'm going to accept.” I lose a loved one. I don't care how or where you are. You're starting in denial because you're missing them and you want them there. And after about a year, if you've gone through mourning, you accept it. It's not like you don't care they're gone. You can still cry. You can still miss them. But when you're doing something you're enjoying and in the present not comparing to what it would be with that person.  So, acceptance, I'm pretty sure, always sucks. However, it's better than fantasy because the fantasies never happen. So, it doesn't matter if it's likely or unlikely. It's just a matter that this is your fear and the thing that's hard for people to deal with fear is to cope with it. You're going to say, “How would I try to live with the worst happening?” And people's initial response to something is, “Yeah, but I don't want that.” There are multiple reasons that we need to do acceptance. If I'm correct about denial, that's comparing reality to fantasy. Well, not acceptance means what I want will never happen. So, for me to want that there's no possibility something will occur is probably not true. I don't care if it means that maybe this reality doesn't exist and I'm going to wake up, and some of the things that discover I've created all of reality, there's nothing. I don't know that that's likely, but I can't prove it's not likely.  So, I think people go in circles. And you can hear it. The thing about the pandemic, you could hear the regular population denial. Because when I say it's comparing reality to fantasy, a lot of times that sounds cool. And people don't quite get what it means, but here are statements of denial early in the pandemic, “Well, this can't go on more than a few weeks.” Honestly, at the beginning, I was like, “Of course, it's going on for a few weeks. They have to have a vaccination. They're telling us that's two years down the road. This is going on for a long time.” Kimberley: I was in team two weeks. Jonathan: Yeah. “It can't last. I can't take it.” Saying “I can't take it,” although you're expressing the feeling like “I really hate this,” but including in the words “I can't take it” is a fantasy as if you have a choice. And in a way, luckily, most people who say they can't take it didn't kill themselves. It's proved that they can't take it. They took it. They kept going on. It's like, they didn't want to imagine continuing to live that way. So, acceptance is like, “Yeah, this is going to happen. Yes, it can keep going.” How will you try to cope with the worst? And go on, I'll shut up. You look like you want to say something. Kimberley: No, no. I'm following you. I'm really enjoying this. I actually wrote down the word “cope” right at the beginning because I think that that's such a keyword here. To stay out of the fantasy, would you say that's true? Jonathan: Well, yes. The worst might-- I mean, I always feel like if I'm doing therapy and if somebody has intolerance of uncertainty, they don't like uncertainty, I have to treat that problem. And what I mean by that is we have a lot of therapists who impose their own feelings on the client. If I have a therapist that I have somebody who's socially anxious and saying, “I'm afraid if I go in a room, some people won't like me.” Almost every therapist is going to say, “Oh, well, that's the fact, they might not like you.” But that same patient is like, “I'm afraid if I touch the doorknob, I'm going to get sick.” “Oh no, that won't happen.” Well, that's not the issue. Now therapist is-- if I have a problem of threat estimation, that's fine, but that's not it. I don't want to know that it's a low probability, I want no probability. So, we have to deal with the fact that this is what the person's afraid of. This is what they fear.  Somebody will say, “Well, but they don't have cancer issue. Why should they worry about it?” But let's face it. If they did have cancer, the focus would be coping with the fact they're dying. And if they're afraid of having cancer, I'd say the treatment is the same. Now, the only great thing is they probably won't have cancer, so it's not a fear they will have to probably deal with. They want to have the second part of it like, “And I'm dying.” But to be more prepared-- and I think what you've done wisely, like hearing that, yes, what you've done wisely is you're talking about the fact that this is not just a nosy problem. This is a problem for everyone, coping with uncertainty.  I hate to do a plug. It's okay. It's a while away. Actually, Liz McIngvale and I, we're working on a book, talking about-- well, the book is partially-- and we'll be doing some talks on it. We're saying that ERP is not the gold standard of treatment for OCD. And we're going to say that it's not the gold standard because it's lacking the gold. It really needs to be ERP plus gold. But that's awkward because I like to be calling these initials. So, we want to use initials. Do you happen to know the chemical symbol for gold? Kimberley: F-- no. FE is copper.  Jonathan: No, that's iron.  Kimberley: Iron.  Jonathan: Yeah. AU. Kimberley: AU. Jonathan: The gold standard of treatment-- Kimberley: Like Australia. Jonathan: Well, no. ERP plus AU. AU as in Accepting Uncertainty. Kimberley: Oh, my trap. Jonathan: Yeah. It took me a while to work that around.  Kimberley: Now you sure it's not Australia.  Jonathan: But our point is what we want to write. We want to write a book that's not only about helping therapists deal with every presentation of OCD and how you deal with the uncertainty problem, but we're also arguing that it's a book for everyone that people can learn from OCD, a disorder that intolerance uncertainty is like the core. Because I always feel that our clients who get better, they're not normal. They are better than normal because they're coping with uncertainty, because the average person really doesn't do that. Well, I mean, in the pandemic, you got to see how bad non-sufferers are. So, I think the core of coping with mental obsessions is this. Well, what if the worst happens? And so many people, “I don't want to think it,” and that leaves us stuck because we're not stupid. If you say to somebody-- if you get a phone call from police and they say your spouse has died, your first response is you're just in this shock and you're just like frozen. And for a lot of things that are bad, that's the way people stop thinking. It's like, “I don't want to think about it.” The thing is, if the police make that call, something happens next. And life goes on.  And back for clients, I often ask that in a sneaky way. What if this did happen? What would be next? What if he did have-- the doctor says, “Yeah, it can,” so I freak out. What does that look like? “I'd be screaming.” You're in the doctor's office, screaming. How long are you going to do that? And then you're going to go home and you need dinner. What do you do the next day? And even though we're going through something that sounds terribly scary, people oddly feel better after that. Now, this is first session. It's not like they've done treatment, but they feel better because a statement that is true, you can't do what you won't imagine. And I don't mean this as you would say, in the flowers and unicorns kind of way that you can do anything you can imagine. I do not mean that. But if you won't even imagine it, you can't do it. So, what would you do in X situation where it's like, no. Well, it's like the world is ending. When we imagine it, it's not like it's good. But it's like, oh, because the feeling that accompanies acceptance is a down, depressing feeling like, “Oh, that could happen.” However, it's not frantic. Denial is frantic. “That can't happen. No, no.” Again, everything at least has some low probability. Some things are higher. You could have cancer, yes. Your family could die. Those things are like, they're there. So, it's not like I get the choice. So, the statement of denial is frantic. The statement of acceptance is depressing, but it's not frantic. And so, I don't care how bad the disaster is. How would you try to cope? Because in most realities, that's what you're going to do. And I could pause at this moment because I don't know if this would be the point where I would then be shifting to, well, what are the mental compulsives we're talking about here? Because I think again, each one has its own set of arguments. You've heard my general thing. In some ways I think I'm reasonably good at applying it to myself. I think there's some areas I haven't been tested in. So, that's nice. I hope I could be-- I know what I want is possible because I've seen people do it. Would I be one of those good people? I can only hope. But at least because I know people have done it, I know it's possible. I like to believe-- go on, you. Yes. Kimberley: What does that look like? Can you paint me a picture of a client who does well using this strategy at managing mental compulsions? Jonathan: A client that I-- there's a podcast on that, the OC stories, he was afraid of going crazy. And he had had this from age 19 to his late forties. And he had ERP, but ERP was always focused likely and we're going to focus on going crazy and all this stuff. Know whatever explicit just said to him, the goal of treatment is for you to risk going crazy. I told him that the first session and he began to cry because he's been spending more than 30 years trying to avoid this. And I'm saying, “Oh yeah, this might happen.” And many people really are able to accept. And I never talk about accepting uncertainty. I talk about learning to accept uncertainty. Because really, if I can talk to you-- if it's just a decision, we're done the first session. But most people are convinced of recession. It took about three months to help convince him. And he kept going back and forth. And so, convincing him, we went through a number of things to work on it.  So, I'm describing it quickly, so it sounds simple. But remember, three months. The first reason, and this is true of almost all rituals, mental compulsions, regardless, you don't have a choice. All your rituals do not prevent you from going crazy. He's avoiding places because you've got an anxiety attack there, so I'm not going to go there. It's like, sorry, it's a biological process that you're going crazy. That's doing nothing. So, one is, your rituals don't work. Two, for pretty much anything, you don't have a choice. Uncertainty is the fact of life. We talked about what it would look like and he went crazy. And we were going-- and we talked about, well, what's going to happen? Where are you going to go? He went through all these things. And because he's logical, at some point it's like, it could happen.  And at that point, he's then able to spend the other work, which is not fun, which is then imagining going crazy and looking at all the things that scare the heck out of him so he could begin to function again. We wanted to treat going crazy, the way most people do this is not their problem. Treat, getting main paralyzed and disfigured in a car crash. We all know it's possible. Our brilliant plan is generally, I hope it doesn't happen. I'm not dealing with it until I'm bleeding out, crushed under the metal. To say, “I'm not going to be in a car accident today,” it's like, really? I can't say that. So, our goal is to get whatever uncertainties in life there are to be like that. And it doesn't matter whether I'm afraid of going crazy. I'm afraid that I'm going to be a pedophile. I'm going to slice and dice my wife tonight. I'm going to flunk the test. These people don't like me. It doesn't matter what it is. It's still always the same. I mean, we can talk about odds, but not as simply reassurance because, again, it's reassurance if I want to know it's low odds, but if I want it to not be possible, it's not reassuring. It's like, it's probably not this, but it might be how we deal with it is that way.  The other thing that we look at is, how does it work for you to fight against this uncertainty? What are you losing? And of course, the more pathological the problem is, the worse it is. So, if I have OCD, it could be destroying my life. I'm not only hurting myself, I'm hurting my family. Let's go how you're really torturing everybody. And sometimes I think, in that case, we're looking for reasons to get better. I always like people to look at all the harm they're doing to themselves and their family. And I think in a brilliant way, just to plug you, I think your book, your new book really partially addresses that because the self-compassion part isn't just like, okay, be nice to yourself, stop suffering. It's like, if you're going to love yourself, what kind of life do you want to make for yourself? What are your values going to be? Because I think we transform this process of coping into something more than simply confronting fear. It becomes something for myself. And secondarily, not as preferable, but sometimes easier to get to – it becomes not only confronting a fear, it becomes an act of love. Because you know what, I'm going to stop being a pain in the ass to my family. I'm now going to put all of us first.  And so, we're really going to have-- what are my values, and how does this interfere with my values? And again, it doesn't have to be as major as I'm dysfunctional, torturing my family with something OCD for any worry. Everybody's going to be happier if I can cope with my worries better. I mean, my family's going to be happier because they love me. It's really nice to see me not freaking out because they don't have-- because you want to help and there's no way to help. So, for me to be better and calmer and coping is nice for them. It's certainly nice for me, and isn't that what I would prefer in life? And so, when, when my life depends on me having a worry that's not allowed to happen, I don't get to enjoy things.  Another coping thing I do that's smaller is I will ask people to notice what they're enjoying, no matter how, whatever level, even 5%. I think many times people will say, “Everything sucks, I don't enjoy anything because of this problem.” Now that's not entirely true because in the course of interviewing them, there are a few times I'll get them to laugh for three seconds. And I admit if laughing three seconds were the goal, wow, that'd be great. But three seconds of laughter isn't much compared to a life of misery. But the thing is, they don't even notice that ever. The entire experience has been horrible and it's like-- and to get them to notice not what it should be, but what it was.  I once did this with a guy. I sent him to the movies and I said, “Watch the movie, just tell me whatever you enjoyed. I don't care how little.” And he came back and he said, “It didn't work. Everything was horrible.” I'm like, “Okay, now tell me about the movie.” So, he was describing the movie to me, it was a war movie, and it is clear, this guy liked the climax. So, I'm like-- Kimberley: Isn't that funny? The way our brain works? Jonathan: Yeah. And I said, “That was pretty cool, that climax. Are you sorry you saw that?” “No.” I said, “Okay, you didn't do my assignment. Notice whatever you enjoyed. I don't care that it's not as good as it should have been. You clearly like that.” And it makes a difference because it means a two-hour experience that he comes away believing he had nothing. It would be a slight change to go like, “I enjoyed a little bit of that.” I try to tell people, think of it as like a little while of enjoyment that you don't notice exists, and we want to expand those. And most people would recognize that in a way, what we're talking about is a little bit of mindfulness. Like, okay, it sucks. I'm not arguing it doesn't suck, but a lot of mindfulness. It isn't like, I'm going to put you in a happy land. It's like, we were trying to do AND, not OR. The beginning of the pandemic, Kathy and I, we're out on our pandemic walk. And she said to me, “This would be such a great day if all this wasn't going on.” I said, “You're wrong, Kathy.” We should let you and your listeners know. You don't know this, but your husband does. Being married to a psychologist is not necessarily fun. Kimberley: So true. Jonathan: It is a beautiful day. We're walking together, it's beautiful. We're together, it is beautiful. It is a beautiful day AND it sucks that there's a pandemic.  Kimberley: So true.  Jonathan: Not OR, it's AND. In a sense, mindfulness is teaching us to live in that world of AND. This is awful AND I can still enjoy stuff, as opposed to it's either or. And again, some people go like, “Well, that's awful.” And that's perfectly true, because we're going back to what is acceptance. Acceptance sucks. It's the second-best life. However, what's really great about the second-best life, the first best doesn't exist. So, it's like, yeah, it's second-best, but it's this or nothing. So, I think those are a lot of the principles of doing it and I think to do it, it's like, why would I take this risk? It's not a risk, but essentially, it's like, why would I accept living like this, whatever this is? And I don't have a choice. What am I losing by not living like this? Am I hurting my family? What would life be like if I could be okay with this? Depending who you are, that's an incredibly amazing change or it's a minor change. I mean, if I'm a very competent worrier and very successful, we're talking about way more peace. But if I'm competent, I'm interfering with my life and taking up a lot of time, we're now making major changes in the quality of life. And as you know, I can obsess or worry about anything from like, “I need to be the best.” And I always ask people, what is so good about best? Because God forbid, you should be mediocre. God forbid, you should be a happy mediocre person than the best person. And so, for some-- Kimberley: Well, that's still a piece of denial, isn't it? They have this idea that the best is no pain. Jonathan: Yeah. Kimberley: There's no pain at the top. Jonathan: Yeah. Right. And generally, there's some other assumption that-- I don't know. Somehow, I'm deficient of, I'm not best. So, it's like the only way I can know. It's another set of issues. What is it that I fear that I have to cope with? Not being best. Okay, I get you want to be best. Why? Well, best is best. I mean, it's nice, I guess. When I think about being well-known, I generally think of being well-known as icing. That is, what makes my life great? For me, I love what I'm doing, and what I'm doing is, besides talking a lot because I love talking, but I like working with people, and I just really enjoy it. I have no plans on retiring because I like this too much. That's almost all year round. Being famous and well-known, that's about six days a year when I go to conventions. And I say, it's like icing to indicate I am weak enough. I'll admit I'm weak enough to really enjoy it. But I also recognize it is nothing. It doesn't have any substance. And the thing about fame, you're always going to lose it. You're never famous enough. And there's a poem by Shelly that I think really characterizes it. It describes a traveler in an ancient land. It's come across a huge fallen monument and it's describing the magnificence of what this had been. And he comes to the base of the statue where these words are written: “My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings; Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!” That's fame. It's empty I can gorge, but it doesn't mean anything because what I enjoy is what I actually do. It'd be sad if my life was like, it's good six days a year when I can feel it. Kimberley: Right. And I think what's important, particularly for the sufferer, is you still have uncertainty in your life. Jonathan: I don't know any way to be certain, so I know nothing. Kimberley: Right. You know what I was reflecting on, and this is just me reflecting, is last year, maybe it was the beginning of this year, I gave myself the exercise to catch the mini toddler tantrums that showed up in my mind. Jonathan: I love that term. Great. Did you make that up? Kimberley: I think I did because it-- Jonathan: Take credit. It's great. Love it. Kimberley: It feels like a toddler tantrum in my mind. Jonathan: It's perfect. It's that “But I don't want that.” I love it. Oh, I love it. Go on. Kimberley: Yeah. I did a whole podcast about it last year because I was just noticing toddler tantrum after toddler tantrum, and I regulate myself really well. But it was showing up. And then as you're talking, I'm thinking about how that was me resisting acceptance. That toddler tantrum is probably where I have the option to pull out of rumination and be present when I can catch it and be like, “Okay, you're totally in denial. You're in a fantasy land.” And so, that really speaks to me as a way to catch when you're up in that place of rumination. Jonathan: That's perfect. Kimberley: Yeah. For me, that was really powerful. I love that you brought that up because I think that is the bridge. I'm totally out of acceptance when I'm in a toddler tantrum. Jonathan: Right. Because when you get better, as you're describing, you can deal that pull of like, “This is what it is. No, no, no.” You can feel that pull back and forth because you don't get completely lost and it's like, ah. Kimberley: Yeah. It was such a visual. I could see it tantruming out. “No, no, no.” And so, I love that you brought that in particularly in this way, like I said, of catching the compulsion. So, thank you. That actually consolidated-- Jonathan: I'm just now obsessing about how I'm going to work this in. We'll give you credit. Kimberley: You do. The Kimberly Quinlan “toddler tantrum,” I'm very well-known for it now. No, I am so thankful for you for bringing all this up. Is there-- because I want to be respectful of your time, is there anything else that you want to address when it comes to conceptualizing or managing mental compulsions? Jonathan: I think that I'm afraid I have to be patient. Again, thinking about death, I don't get to accept just because I want to. You have some people who try to accept like, “I'm accepting and I'm accepting it.” It's like, yeah, sorry. I can be working towards learning it. I think sometimes people have an insight. An insight is not like you suddenly know some new piece of information. Insight is something that you basically knew, suddenly it's true. I had somebody have that the other day when that's hurting and they felt like it was trivial trying to explain to me what happened, but I already had this concept. I said, “I know. It's like, you've always known you feel like going wrong.” “No, you don't get it. It's really true.” So, it was very cool.  And so, I think it's a gradual process where I get better at it. And because life is completely uncertain in every which way, there's always opportunities to practice it, better personal. And you may scare other people. And one client who was very scared of a lot of things, especially of one of their pets dying. As they got uncertain and told, and then they could talk about it pretty calmly with people, “Oh yeah, I think she's going to die at some point.” And people would be horrified. She could sound so calm, but she was like, not that she likes it and she really doesn't want it to happen, but she could also think about it and think about life after that. And I think some people mistakenly will say something like, “Oh my God, you're making life complete miserable. All you're thinking about is all these nightmares that can happen all the time. That's terrible.” That's crazy because-- I thought I'd use a clinical term. Because what happens when I accept uncertainty?  Somebody else has said this. Unfortunately, I haven't made it up. I become, in a positive way, hopeless future. And what I mean by hopeless is the way most people who aren't scared of the car crash, or it's not like, I'm okay with a car crash. It's like, what can I do? And when I become hopeless about control, that is when I get to live in the present because I'm no longer in the past or the future. Let's face it. The truth is that's all we have. The past of great memories or terrible memories, the future's hopes, all we have is the present, this moment, my entire life and your entire life with each other. Everything else we like might not be there at this moment. So, I get to have the only thing there is, which is the present. And again, I can't just decide because you see people do this, “I'm going to live in the present. I'm going to enjoy the present now. Enjoy the present.” It's like, I have to learn to give things up.  To steal from this woman who wrote this book of compassion: “To be kind to myself, to let myself learn, to not expect it all at once.” Again, if we were talking OCD, I don't know why we were talking about that. If we were talking about OCD, every particular variation has its own uncertainties to cope with. Scrupulosity, how do I learn to believe in a God and simultaneously admit I might be wrong? How do I live in a world where probably I'm not going to slice and dice Kathy tonight? But if I do, how would I try to-- what would I do the next step? When my son was 16 and going out on dates. And of course, he would never be home on time. And Kathy always wanted to call him. And I wouldn't let her call him not to be nice to him, but I knew as she knew, his cell phone would be on. So, calling somebody you're worried about in their cell phone on is not going to be comforting. So, she'd go like, “Well, when can I call him?” So, I'd make this mental calculation. Okay, he should be home now. I think he'll be home in these many minutes. And let me add another half hour and say, you can call him dead. And she could for some reason, which is unusual, she would then go to sleep. And I would go there and I think, “Huh, he's probably okay. He's probably not doing anything terrible. Probably nothing terrible is happening to him. But tonight could be the night that our lives change and everything is screwed up forever.” And then I would go to sleep. That's just the truth. Kimberley: Yeah. It's powerful. I'll be calling you, and my kids are teenagers, saying “Coach me, coach me.” Jonathan: Yeah. And I will give you the following advice. It gets so much easier when they're 23.  Kimberley: Yes, I know. Jonathan: Until your acceptance is, “Oh yeah,” you're screwed till then. Kimberley: It's true. I'm so grateful for you and your time and all your wisdom. I feel like I'm sitting and just absorbing it all for myself, which I'm loving.  Jonathan: Thank you. Kimberley: Tell us, I know you've been on the podcast before, but tell us where people can hear more about you and your work. You obviously have a new book, which I did not know about. Jonathan: Well, we are working on it and we're at the stage of working it, not procrastinating. We're at the stage of doing a bunch of presentations on the idea, because I've just seen so many treatments fail because it didn't address uncertainty. Although I always focus on certainty, it really is-- the bottom part of dealing with that is coping with life. It transcends OCD. So, I don't know. What would you like to know about me? Kimberley: Where can people find you? Jonathan: Where can people find me? Easily on the internet. Website is a laocdtreatment.com. But I think my name plus OCD tends to come up a lot.  Kimberley: Your book? Jonathan: I have a book. It's Freedom From OCD. I think there are a lot of good OCD books. Of course, I like mine because I agree with it most. But it's a little scary when people read it before they see me because it is almost my entire repertoire minus maybe about 40 minutes. I feel like I'm going to be repeating myself, but somehow that doesn't seem to be a problem. Apparently, hearing it out loud is different than reading it.  Kimberley: Well, and that's the whole point, right? I have the same situation as people need to hear it more than once too, in some cases. Not as a form of reassurance, but I think we all need to hear it. Even me today having a little light bulb moment I think is really cool, even though I've heard that before. So, I will have your website and your work in the show notes. Jonathan: Very kind. Kimberley: Thank you so much for being here and sharing. Jonathan: I don't know if you figured it out yet. I know I've told you this, but I'll just repeat it. Probably if you asked me to come on, the answer will always be yes. So, thank you. Kimberley: I'm so happy. No, I remember you saying that last time. Like I said to you, before we started recording, I have wanted to do this series for quite a while. And I had you right there going. I already put you on the list because I already knew. You told me you would say yes. Jonathan: And so, apparently, I'm not dishonest or not that dishonest. Kimberley: Not at all. When I texted to ask you, I actually already had you on the list and scheduled you in. Jonathan: It was a confidence that you could well have. Kimberley: Yeah. I'm so grateful. And yes, we will definitely have you on. It's always a pleasure. Jonathan: All right. Okay. Take care. Thank you very much.

Devil's Trap: A Supernatural Podcast
4:14 Sex and Violence

Devil's Trap: A Supernatural Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 80:01


Sex.. and violence. Yup. Stuck in our heads forever. Anyhow we are talking about Supernatural Season 4, Season 14 and Sirens. Spread those tails ladies.

Today with Claire Byrne
WHO on the spread of infectious diseases - Monkey Pox & Covid

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 16:21


Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, Infectious Disease Epidemiologist, Covid-19 Technical Lead, Emerging Diseases and Zoonoses Lead, WHO Health Emergencies Programme

Ali on the Run Show
520. Saila Consalvi, 13-Time Marathoner with Lung Cancer

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 77:10


"From the start, it was like, I'm gonna deal with this, but I'm not going to let this take over. I'm not going to let it take my life away. I'm not going to let it take my happiness away. So I do it, and I deal with it, and some days are really tough, but I still want to live my life." In January, 13-time marathoner Saila Consalvi was told she'd be lucky if she could watch this year's Boston Marathon, let alone run it. And yet, four months later, she defied expectation: She completed the 2022 Boston Marathon. In this conversation, Saila talks about what it took to complete her third Boston Marathon, and about her road to the start line, which hasn't been easy. In 2017, Saila was 35 years old and had just completed her ninth marathon and her first Ironman. She was in the best shape of her life. But soon, things just felt...off. Then, she was diagnosed with Stage IV non-small cell lung cancer. Today, Saila — who is from Finland — lives in Denver, CO, with her husband and their four-month-old son, Enzo. SPONSOR: UCAN — Go to ucan.co/ali and use code ALI for 20% off your next UCAN order. What you'll get on this episode: Why Saila ran Boston with “Sally” on her shirt (3:40) Saila's story about running Boston with Peloton instructor Jess Sims (6:00) Saila's Boston Marathon recap (8:00) Saila's advice for runners who are raising money for charity (14:20) How Saila got into running (16:35) Saila's lung cancer diagnosis (24:00) On fear, and adjusting to life with cancer (37:30) How Saila remains optimistic in the face of so much bad news (52:00) How Saila found the strength to get to the Boston Marathon start line (56:50) For more, check out: Jess Sims on Episode 516 of the Ali on the Run Show "My Beauty Uniform: Saila Hanninen," via Cup of Jo Follow Saila: Instagram @saila_jaksaa JAKSAA Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!

Oakland Warriors Podcast
In Praise of Playoff Wiggins, Warriors Spread the Wealth in Most Locked In Game of the Season, Beat Luka and the Mavericks | WCF, 1-0 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 242)

Oakland Warriors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 16:01


Exhale, everyone. The "Good Warriors" showed up! Patrick breaks down the Golden State Warriors' 112-87 Game 1 win over the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals. Specifically, he discusses Andrew Wiggins' inspired defensive effort on Luka Doncic, Wiggins' overall Andre Iguodala-esque two-way play, the W's teamwide focus and force from the jump, their balance and depth coming through at the right time, and the W's ability to attack the basket and willingness to go for 2-point shots instead of 3's. The Mavs likely will not shoot as poorly as they did in this game again, but the W's have yet to lose a game where they actually play with energy and intention. There's still a long way to go, but if they bring this same effort consistently, Game 1 is absolutely an auspicious sign. WATCH, LISTEN, & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL: youtube.com/OaklandWarriors SUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON! patreon.com/OaklandWarriors CONNECT WITH PATRICK: twitter.com/PatrickEpino CONNECT WITH THE POD! bio.link/warriors oaklandwarriors.com twitter.com/OaklandWarriors instagram.com/OaklandWarriorsPod youtube.com/NationalFilmSociety BUY A SHIRT! oaklandwarriors.com BUY US A COFFEE: buymeacoffee.com/OaklandWarriors EMAIL US AT: oaklandwarriors.com@gmail.com LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT: 323-863-6044 THE BASKETBALL PODCAST NETWORK: thebasketballpodcastnetwork.com MUSIC BY: Paper Son paperson.bandcamp.com soundcloud.com/paper-son If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Straight A Nursing
Five Ways to Stand Out as an Amazing New-Grad Nurse: Episode 213

Straight A Nursing

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 52:49


In this episode, I'm sharing five ways to stand out as the amazing new-grad nurse that you are! Plus, I am excited to have Andrea Gournier from The Resume Rx on this episode to share her best tips for making a standout resume and cover letter. You can learn more about Amanda's services and resume templates here. Be sure to use promo code STRAIGHTA to get 20% off the template bundle we talk about in the episode! A big thank-you to HCA Healthcare for sponsoring this episode. You can learn more about HCA's robust Nurse Residency Program here. Want to maximize your learning by reading this information, too? Check out the article and references here.     RATE, REVIEW AND FOLLOW! If this episode helped you, please take a moment to rate and review the show! This helps others find the podcast, which helps me help even more people :-) Click here, scroll to the bottom, then simply tap to rate with 5 stars and select, "write a review." I'd love to hear how the podcast has helped you! If you're not following yet, what are you waiting for? It takes just a quick moment and the episodes show up like magic every Thursday. And, when I release a bonus episode, those show up, too! You'll never miss a thing! In Apple Podcasts, just click on the three little dots in the upper right corner here. Know someone who would also love to study with me? Share the show or share specific episodes with your classmates...when we all work together, we all succeed! On Apple Podcasts, the SHARE link is in the same drop-down as the follow link. Spread the love! Thanks for studying with me! Nurse Mo

Parenting Today's Teens
Helping Your Teen Spread Their Wings

Parenting Today's Teens

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 14:09


Mark Gregston is joined by Wayne Shepherd to go over four ways you can help your teenager become independent. As a parent, you need to create an atmosphere your teen can mature in by inviting open conversations, and learn to listen to understand — not just respond. You don't want to miss these parenting tips!

Sustainable Winegrowing with Vineyard Team
133: A Quest for Virus Negative Plant Material

Sustainable Winegrowing with Vineyard Team

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 27:25


All winegrowers are on the same quest to find virus negative plant material. James Stamp, President at Stamp Associates Viticulture, Inc, works with his clients to find the highest quality grapevine plants to establish new vineyards. This thorough process to find virus negative material includes partnering with nurseries that previously delivered good product. There is oversight through all stages of production from testing material to harvesting and grafting, from production to delivery, and the final selection of plants for the vineyard site. The number one tip to get quality grapevines is to pay attention to where the plant material is coming from, have great communication with the nursery, and sample the finished product for Red Blotch and Leaf Roll Three. References: 06-03-2022 | Roller Crimper Demo Tailgate, King City, CA (Event registration) 20: Dr. Mark Fuchs | Red Blotch Virus in Grapevines (podcast) 49: Stopping the Spread of Red Leaf Viruses (podcast) 71: New Techniques to Detect Grapevine Leafroll Disease (podcast) 131: Virus Detection in Grapevines Grape Program at Foundation Plant Services Grapevine propagation: principles and methods for the production of high-quality grapevine planting material Leafroll 3 Virus (GLRaV3) AKA Grapevine Leafroll Disease in Washington Red Blotch Virus SIP Certified Sourcing Grapevines for a New Vineyard Stamp Associates Viticulture, Inc. Sustainable Ag Expo November 14-16, 2022 Virus Disease Guide in Grapes Get More Subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode on the latest science and research with the Sustainable Winegrowing Podcast. Since 1994, Vineyard Team has been your resource for workshops and field demonstrations, research, and events dedicated to the stewardship of our natural resources. Learn more at www.vineyardteam.org. Transcript Craig Macmillan  0:00  My name is Craig Macmillan and I am your host, as always. Today we have with us James Stamp, who is president of Stamp Associates Viticulture, Incorporated. And thanks for being on the show, James. I'm really looking forward to this.   James Stamp  0:13  Yes, thanks for having me, Craig, I'm looking forward to it as well.   Craig Macmillan  0:15  So James, you have a interesting company. And you've had an interesting career over the years. But right now, your company does a number of very interesting kind of things in three different areas. And what I was hoping to do is talk about each of those individually in a little bit of detail and have you explain kind of how those things work. First of all, you folks do independent analysis and quality control for grapevine nursery stock production. Tell me more about that.   James Stamp  0:39  Our clients hire us to find the highest quality grapevine plants for establishing new vineyards. And what we do is to select nurseries that we have previous experience with in terms of delivering good product. And nurseries, where we have previously inspected and tested their increased box and the increase box, as you know, are the rootstock and science sources of materials for propagation. So we, we put together a proposal for our clients to provide the best quality of plant materials that we can. And then we get involved with discussing with nurseries, which materials are best to use. We oversee the testing of those materials, we oversee the harvesting and grafting of those materials. We oversee the production of those materials, that particular nurseries, and we oversee the delivery and final selection of those plants to the vineyard sites. And as part of our, our understanding with our growers, we are available to look at those plants during the course of the vineyard development. We'd like to be there to see how our plants grow. Once they're planted,   Craig Macmillan  1:54  A grower will come to you and say I'm planting a vineyard, I want to make sure that it's virus free, or disease disease free, I would imagine. And you folks start at the very beginning, you go out and look at the blocks where the first cuttings are going to come from the good gonna go into those plants. Is that right?   James Stamp  2:12  Yes. When I first started doing this, in 1999, I was asked to look at finished product. In other words, vines that had already been grafted, already been grown in the field, already been growing the greenhouse. And at that point, it's very difficult to have any real control over the quality of the finished product. So it seemed to me like a good idea to start with the source materials that we use to graph the vines and to make sure the source materials, the root stock on the scion, are of high quality and disease, pathogen test negative and that's exactly how we start by finding the source materials for the production of grape vine plants ultimately to be planted in the vineyards.   Craig Macmillan  2:53  Obviously, if someone's going to plant, let's say hundreds of 1000s of vines, we're talking about hundreds of 1000s of cuttings. Is that right?   James Stamp  3:03  Hundreds of 1000s of vines. Well, yeah, we're talking a lot of cuttings and in generally speaking from an increased block or rootstock increase block, you might expect to get say 100 cuttings from every mother vine or every increased block vine 100 cuttings for the rootstock. And for the scion material, the Cabernet, the Viognier whatever it might be, you're probably going to get somewhere from 50 buds or 50 cuttings per vine up to maybe 500 cuttings per vine for some very vigorous clones such as maybe Pinot Noir or Cabernet, Sauvignon Blanc we sometimes see 500 cuttings per vine.   Craig Macmillan  3:40  How many samples are you taking how many pieces of wood are you taking in? What are you testing them for and how?   James Stamp  3:47  We with the advent or the discovery of Red Blotch, it became clear that the only way to produce vines that are free of Red Blotch disease is to test every plant that is used as a source of materials for that for that finished product. So if you do the math, nurseries will graft anywhere from 1.5 times, one and a half times to two times the amount of vines per finished product. So if you have an order for 10,000 vines, they might refer 20,000 vines. So we have to test enough mother vines or increase block vines which is the correct term, to provide us with 20,000 rootstock cuttings and 20,000, say Cabernet Sauvignon buds. Let's say you've got just for example, a Cab Sauvignon plant that's giving you 500 buds per vine and you want 20,000, you want 20,000 bugs, then you've got to test 40 plants to get 20,000 buds. 40 times 500 is 20,000. Depending on the size of the plant, if its is a large established plant, we want to take more cuttings per vine than if it's a smaller plant, because viruses are not evenly distributed within the mother vine or the increase block vine. So if it's a larger vine, we might take four pieces per vine. If it's a smaller vine we might take two pieces per vine. So that's roughly sort of math that's involved in deciding how many samples we take. We are taking 1000s of pieces of cutting and putting them together into samples that we then test for a range of pathogens. And generally speaking, there are roughly 15 or so, 16 pathogens that fall on our testing list. And they include all the common viruses, the leaf roll viruses, the vitiviruses, A, B, D, Red Blotch virus, Fan Leaf virus, we also test the Pierce's Disease, we also test for Agrobacterium Vits, which is the causative agent of crown gall disease, which is a bacterium. And our pathogen panel depends on really the program that we're involved with. If we're, if we're working with materials where we have a good history of testing, we might adjust the panel slightly. It also depends on the budget, if a client has a limited budget, then we will focus on viruses that we think we'll find or viruses that we have found in the past. So but generally speaking, we have a pathogen panel of roughly 15 to 16 organisms that we look for routinely.   Craig Macmillan  6:27  And in so it sounds like you're using a composite sample, like you may do a composite sample of rootstock and the comparison sample of scion.   James Stamp  6:34  Exactly, yes.   Craig Macmillan  6:36  Does that composite sample comprise a sample from every one of the vines involved?   James Stamp  6:43  Yes.   Craig Macmillan  6:44  So when I get a result back, I can be confident that all the plants that provided the rootstock or the scion are clean.   James Stamp  6:52  Well, clean is, you know, clean is a word that you will not get anybody, you know, real scientists to use. Okay, these are all virus test negative. It's, you know, it's hard to prove a negative, but the sampling that we do shows that the vines, or the pieces of tissue that we've tested are negative for the virus. And they know and we were sampling for a wide range of pathogens, but it's to say it's clean, to say it's 100% guaranteed not to have viruses. It's something that people don't do because you're it's really, it's really hard to prove a negative. But we've we're sampling, we're sampling every plant and every plant is testing negative. And therefore, we can assume that those plants do not contain the viruses that we're testing for or the pathogens that we're testing for.   Craig Macmillan  7:35  Excellent. I think that's a really important distinction to make various negative versus cleaning in quotes. So that's the so the points along the way, we've got the rootstock, we've got the scion, is there inspection, testing, investigation as we go through the grafting process and the callusing process and the greenhouse process?   James Stamp  7:53  Well, really the first, the first step in the process to produce high quality plants is to visually evaluate the scion increase blocks before you test them. So there's no point in spending a lot of money on testing plant materials that don't look good. So we go to the nurseries that we have orders with for the following year, or the year after that. We go to those nurseries and look at their scion increased blocks in October. So we look in October 2021. At the Cab 47, or the Cab 30 or the Sauvignon Blanc 01 or the Pinot Noir, you know 777, and we find contiguous rows and contiguous sets of vines that look healthy. If they look good. In other words, they don't look like the disease, they don't look like they're struggling to grow. Because if a plant is looking diseased, or looking like it's having a hard time growing, that would not be the sort of material you want to select for high quality vine production. So if we see any issues with the vines during our October walkthrough, then we do a couple of things. One, well the nursery is usually with us so the nursery will then want to check those vines and test them or remove them, test them and remove them if necessary, to see if they are virus or there's something else wrong with them. And then once we find clean vines, then we will test them. So the first thing to do is find the clean plants, and this is done in October. Test them. We tag the plants so that we make sure we put our labels on plant materials that we want to graft. And then we see those materials getting harvested and then moved into cold storage and then we're at the nursery when those materials are grafted. So that we can see that the materials we tested and viewed in October and November are now actually on the grafting bench at the nursery February and March of the following year.   Craig Macmillan  9:47  That's impressive. That is very impressive. Yeah, and I'm assuming you've had good luck with it as it sounds like you couldn't be any more fastidious.   James Stamp  9:55  You know, it was really an eye opening moment,  I think for me, when Red Blotch became a problem, as you know, it was in late 2012. And we have a lot of plant materials that we were to test for Red Blotch because the new PCR test was made available at that point in time. And it was clear that sampling increased block vines, on a sort of a random basis, sampling the plants in the nursery, the nursery vineyard that gives you the cuttings, not sampling every plant, but sampling say, even I'd say 95% level of confidence with a 5% confidence interval, you're still only sampling a very small amount of plants that are going to be used to give you the cuttings that you need. So the only way to detect the virus, which might only be present in a few plants, but if you're getting 400 cuttings from those one or two plants are infected, you're actually you know, producing a lot of virus that can be contaminated. So the only way to do it is to test every plant.   Craig Macmillan  10:53  Right. And then is there some additional quality control once they come out of the nursery for you?   James Stamp  10:59  I mean, nursery production is a very primitive craft, if you will. It's still very, very basic. It's basically putting rootstock and science together and allowing them to graft and providing good conditions for that. And what they want is they want to first of all the cuttings should be have high carbohydrate reserves. So they're strong cuttings. They actually have a good wood to pith ratio. So a small amount of pith, a good amount of wood, which represents good carbohydrate reserves. They should be grown in a way that produces cuttings that are good for grafting rather than growing these cuttings in a way that is good for fruit production. And so we want to see what's going on right from the very beginning. So I actually just gave a presentation the other day. And my first slide on the presentation says that what does every grower want? Every grower wants, or what they really want is no surprises. And that is high quality vines being available, in the right amount, on time and of good quality. Because the last thing a grower wants is to hear from a nursery when they call up and say, you know what, my 10,000 grafted vines delivered in a couple of weeks time and they say, well, we've only got 1000. So what we do, and it's really it's really it really sort of comes with the territory that if you're going to be involved in trying to produce high quality, disease test negative vines, then really in a way, it's I feel like it's on us to make sure the plants exist as well. If you will.   Craig Macmillan  12:22  So yeah, absolutely.   James Stamp  12:24  And on the one hand, we you know, we always have this provision that if we do a lot of testing and the plants are diseased at the end of the process, well, then we're not going to plant them. But we do want to make sure that the plants are available for all we can. So we keep we keep very close track on the way these vines are growing after grafting. And so we'd like to see how many plants of the 10,000, that grafted, get grafted, how many get planted up. So maybe in order for 5000 vines 10,000 get grafted, but only 7500 get grafted up. Well, that's actually a good number. But if you graft 10,000 vines, and the only plant 1000 vines up, you know, within four or five weeks of grafting that you've got a problem. And so it's part of our program is to how to solve that problem. So we need to be in touch with the nurseries right, all the time so that if there's a problem, we have time to fix it so that our clients have no surprises. And maybe they have to spend more money perhaps on testing more materials because we found virus, or it may be that the nursery had a bad take, in which case we have to graft more materials. But ultimately, we want to make sure that our clients plant the vines they want on time, and that those vines are of good quality. So what we do is work to solve problems as they develop. And you know, over the years, we haven't had very many problems. But again, I think we paid close attention to what's going on.   Craig Macmillan  13:41  And suddenly, it just occurred to me, so how many tests per 1000 or 10,000 plants when we're when we're talking about the finished product, how many samples went into, how many tests went into per per 1000, or per 10,000, or whatever?   James Stamp  13:55  You know, it's very variable. Let's say if you're, we're testing for 15 to 15, or 16 different pathogens, and we may be testing, one set of testing at least two plants for every 100 finished product. So if you've got say 1000 vines then, we're probably testing protesting 20 upfront vines, for every 1000 vines of finished, but actually 20 times, multiply that by two. So 20 rootstock and 20 scion approximately. So we're testing roughly 40 plants for every 1000 finished plants. Those 40 plants are being tested for, say 16 pathogens. So it's 40 times 60. If you do that multiple it's you know, 3200 or something like that, or whatever it is. That's a rough idea.   Craig Macmillan  14:44  Of actual individual samples, test. I'm gonna pay so much per test, it's going to be 1000s of tests?   James Stamp  14:52  Yeah, I mean, we test 1000s of samples.   Craig Macmillan  14:55  I guess. Wow.   James Stamp  14:56  We have a pretty large business. I think we were probably the The largest business of its kind that does this type of work, I think. Probably anywhere in the world, I guess. And, you know, it involves a lot, it's a lot, it's a lot of work, especially when you're dealing with a biological system like this, which is open to all sorts of climates and you know, biological impact. You know, drought one year can have a, some sort of weird impact the next year. So just like, you know, getting your fruit every year when you're growing your grapevines is difficult, convoluted, it's based on many different parameters. It's the same thing with producing grafted vines. A lot of different parameters affect the look of the finished product. In fact, this year, we looked at a bunch of dormant routings, and they were really super high quality this year did very, very nice, dormant routings this year with just very good internal approach. So not only is the virus testing and the pathogen testing, we've talked about, the other side of what we do is physical quality. We're involved in selecting the best plants that come through the propagation cycle. So for example, if you grafted 10,000 vines, you have an order for 5000 vines, you have 7500 vines that make it through to the finished product line. Well, we want to select the best 5000 of those 7500. And that involves having a good understanding of the parameters that are involved with a grapevine finished product, which include things like does it have a good root system? Does it have a properly healed graft union? Are the wounds on the rootstock shaft properly healed? Do you have good caliper? Do you have good lignification of the shoot spur? And all those, those different facets of the finished product are related to the pathogenic load of the vine when you start off. So if you if you're starting from materials that have high levels of fungal pathogens, and fungal pathogens are everywhere, in the nursery production cycle. And so the way to ensure you have best product is just is to select pathogens that have very good, that have demonstrated very, very good wound healing. Because those vines won't heal their wounds properly, they won't have good graft wounds, they won't have good root systems. They will have rootstock shaft disbudding sites that are not calloused over, they will have lesions running down from the graft union and running up from the base of the plant if they'd been developed or propagated from poor quality plant material. So the physical quality of the vine and vine and the pathogen status of the virus sort of closely interwoven.   Craig Macmillan  17:28  So this involves looking at every single vine?   James Stamp  17:31  No, actually it involves, what we do is we we sample every increase block vine that is used to produce the vine. And then we look at the finished product by sampling the finished product in terms of its physical evaluation. And I've been doing this, I mean, I started doing this in 1999. And in 1999, I looked at 1000s and 1000s and 1000s of finished product. And you know, you look at finished product, and you just like anything else, you really get to know what finished product looks like looks like. You get to know, you know what a batch of plants looks like. You know, you get to know how many vines you need to look at, to know in other words, to feel comfortable that you're looking, that what you're looking at is representative of the rest of it. And so you use that information, that experience to help you to determine how to evaluate finished product.   Craig Macmillan  18:19  And so regarding, actually regarding methodology, it sounds to me like you have a fairly set methodology that you have tested over using years and years. And there's a quantification component to this as well. So you can say we found this percentage of this as opposed to that, as opposed to that.   James Stamp  18:36  That's exactly right. Yeah. So I think if you would, I mean, you know, things have changed. And we today, we don't get to look at much finished product that we haven't been involved with, right from the very beginning. But sometimes we do and it's always interesting to do that. Because I mean, obviously there's different types of finished product, the potted plants, and then there are dormant bareroot, finish plants. Any any batch of vines that get delivered are going to have some type of defect. The question is, what are those defects and what proportion of the finished product has those defects. So for example, if it's if it's a if it's a severe problem, we'll cancel the order. If it's if it's a severe problem, but in a very small amount of plants, and we know how to identify that problem, then we can have the nursery go back and grade out the bad vines, or we can grade out the bad vines ourselves and take the good vines and get rid of the bad vines. Or we can advise our clients who maybe are buying vines from a nursery I will tell them well this is how you identify the problem in these vines by doing this type of physical manipulation of the plant. It'll tell you what's right or what's wrong with it. But generally speaking, our plants when they've been through our program are very high physical quality with a very small amount of defects or zero defects. Obviously, there's always gonna be some defects. And you really are the final line of defense is the guy who's planting the vine. But our goal is to to sell to our clients vines, the pathogen test negative or very high quality, where there will be no rejects or planting time.   Craig Macmillan  20:07  So let's move into the field. So you also conducted valuations of newly planted and established vineyards for their performance, presumably in the face of pathogen load. How do you conduct these kinds of evaluations? What kind of methodology do you use?   James Stamp  20:22  I have to say, I don't do we don't do this, as much as we used to do this was a much bigger part of our portfolio maybe 10, 15 years ago than it is now. And we used to get called out to look at vines, vineyards that have been recently planted. And say, you know, it's a two year old vineyard, and a three year old vineyard. What do we try to do is to, you know, it's important to look at the venue and at the right time of the year. If it's potentially a virus problem, then you want to look at that vineyard in October, when you can see symptoms of virus, they may be well apparent. But the first thing to do is to try and if there's a problem in a vineyard, maybe it's just performing improperly. Is to try and link any visual performance issues with any particular physical attributes that the plant might have, or they may be associated with the site. Simply put, if you've got vines that are growing properly, than those vines that aren't grown properly, have bad graft unions, or have they been planted improperly. And they've got a J rooted root system. I tried to look at the vineyard and say split into say, three into three categories: good vine performance, bad pine vine performance, and say intermediate vine performance. And trying to correlate those different types of wind performance with either a site issue which might be a soil, irrigation, utilization, fungal pathogens, weeds. And then also compare that with just the vine itself. And this oftentimes involves sacrificing vines, but taking, digging that vine up and looking at the root system, looking at the grafting. And it's actually very easy to tell by looking at vines, whether or not the issue that you're seeing is a result of the vine being imperfect at the time of planting, or whether it's more like you know, whether it's related to the way it was planted or where it was planted.   Craig Macmillan  22:09  That is really, really fascinating. We've kind of run out of our time here, I want to thank you again, James Stamp, Stamp Associates, Viticulture Inc,. There's obviously a lot of work to continue to do. And the work that you folks are doing is wonderful. And I hope that more people will start thinking along the same lines, at the very least I hope the philosophy spreads. Is there one thing you would recommend to our listeners?   James Stamp  22:32  Yeah, I think what's it's a, it's a big one thing with with sub parts. It really is to pay attention to where your plant materials coming from. To have a really good communication with the nursery. If nothing else, sample the finished finished product for Red Blotch and Leaf Roll Three, which are the two viruses that have the biggest impact on vine performance. And the two viruses that are very easily vectored in the industry.   Craig Macmillan  22:59  That's great. Where can we find out more about you?   James Stamp  23:02  We have a website, the website is JamesStamp.net. There's all our, that we have. We've written a bunch of articles about what we do. We give presentations fairly frequently. And so some of that information is on there. And we have a website and of course, phone number, email, of course all that's there.   Craig Macmillan  23:20  Perfect. Fantastic. Well, I want to thank you again, James, and I want to thank our listeners for listening to Sustainable Winegrowing with the new team. Again, my name is Craig Mcmillan, your host and we look forward to having you download us again.   Transcribed by https://otter.ai

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice
693. The Mission Is More Important Than The Target.

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 20:16


When you try to control everything, you end up hitting nothing. Some things are outside of your control. Try to steer a baseball after you throw it by leaning left and right-impossible, yet that's what you do in your own life. Targets are necessary, but it's what you become in the processes that you develop on the way to that target that is most important. This is why you have to be, “Easy to teach and difficult to discourage,” not the other way around. If you want to lose weight, start a podcast, boost your sales career, or build a nest egg, this episode will help you set the target, but work a mission. Shout out to Ryan Holiday's book, “Stillness Is The Key.” Let's go!Thanks for listening. Spread the love by sharing this episode. Learn the #1 life skill to never settle and be ready for anything. You don't have to be in sales to learn how to sell. 5 skills that you already have within, I'll help you develop them so you never again be without. Join The Sales Life today. www.marshbuice.com 

Whateley
US-born Aussie Rules lover Sara Edwards-Rohner on her mission to spread the game throughout the States (19.5.22)

Whateley

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 10:33


US-born Aussie Rules lover Sara Edwards-Rohner joined Gerard from Denver to discuss the incredible work she's been doing in the sport since coming back from Australia, where she pursued her dream of playing in the AFLW.

That's Life
Featuring: Miriam L. Wallach is joined by Ariella Benzaquen to spread awareness about Apraxia during Apraxia Awareness Month

That's Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022


Asylum Sports Six Pack
Chaos & Disorder Episode 50- No Satisfaction

Asylum Sports Six Pack

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 66:00


It's all about us this week on Chaos and Disorder. Listen in as Fleeger and Briggs try to navigate their way through Finkelstein's new dynasty fantasy football league as they discuss poor budgeting, auction etiquette, and endless text threads. Chech it out as they also discuss the Penguins playoff failures, terrible Pittsburgh fans, and the rest of the NHL playoffs. You also won't want to miss this week's USFL update and a breakdown of jurisprudence in India. Spread the word!

The Today's Leader Podcast
404 David Deane-Spread - The 5C's to Better Leadership

The Today's Leader Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 47:23


Welcome to 404 The Today's Leader Podcast, Building Tomorrow's Best Leaders Today. Today we have a very special guest, who joined me from the other side of Australia, Perth in WA to be exact.Davie Deane-Spread is a former commissioned officer with the Australian Defence Force, who then led covert operations in law enforcement, before taking on Director and CEO roles in Private and Public companies here in Australia and abroad. He now operates as a masterful coach and mentor.David shares extensive insight into the development of leaders and has some really compelling models to help you build better leadership. After a word from our sponsor, please welcome David to the podcast——————————————————————————————Contact David atLinkedin – https://www.linkedin.com/in/daviddeanespread/Website – https://metattude.com/—————————————————————————————-f you are looking to build better leadership skills, check out The Today's Leader website at todaysleader.com.auWe are driving a leadership revolution and BUILDING TOMORROW'S BEST LEADERS, TODAY!Today's Leader is a collective, The mindset to make a difference and the ability to create an impact. Our Emerging Leaders Masterclass can be found at https://www.tomorrowsbestleaders.com/course/emerging-leaders-roundtable-masterclass#/homeThink & Grow Business Hosts our Today's Leader Masterminds. TAGB where we focus on personal, professional, and business growth. Book your free 30-minute discovery call at https://thinkandgrowbusiness.com.au/book-your-free-discovery-call/You are standing Stronger, Braver, and Wiser. Don't forget the golden rule – Don t be an A-HoleCheck Out our Top 10 Leadership Podcasts: https://todaysleader.com.au/the-best-leadership-podcasts-for-2021/#purpose #transformation #leadership #communication #conversations #clarity #todaysleader #tomorrowsbestleaders #mentoring #mondaymentoring #development #developmentplan #highpotentiall #techready #careerskills #management #people #process #crisisleadership #simplebusiness #productivity#personalgrowth #leadershipgrowth #business #metattude

Handel 45-Minute Morning Show
O.C. DA Todd Spitzer, Clark Howard's Cheapskate U & DOTW and California's Gas Prices Could Spread Nationwide

Handel 45-Minute Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 47:33


Bill Handel speaks with Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer regarding the accused church shooter being charged with 10 felony counts including murder - is the death penalty on the table? Clark Howard joins the show for this week's edition of Cheapskate University and Deals of the Week. And gas prices in California have lingered around $6 - could those prices spread around the nation? Handel examines the possibility.

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - California's Gas Prices Could Spread Nationwide and Handel & The House Whisperer

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 27:00


Bill Handel talks about how California's $6-per-gallon gas prices could wind up spreading nationwide. Also, COVID eviction bans are lapsing, but other protections for CA renters remain in place. Dean Sharp joins the back half of the hour for this week's edition of Handel & The House Whisperer, where he and Handel talk about 'accessibility" in your homes.

The Options Insider Radio Network
Options Boot Camp 186: It's Time for a Time Spread Refresher

The Options Insider Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 33:22


It's time for Mark and Dan's semi-annual refresher on Time Spreads. What are they? When should you use them? What is the ideal setup for a time spread? What about diagonals? Mark and Dan cover all this and more...

Options Boot Camp
Options Boot Camp 186: It's Time for a Time Spread Refresher

Options Boot Camp

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 33:22


It's time for Mark and Dan's semi-annual refresher on Time Spreads. What are they? When should you use them? What is the ideal setup for a time spread? What about diagonals? Mark and Dan cover all this and more...

Simplify and Enjoy
Simple Money, Rich Life: How One Couple Dumped Debt and Became Financially Free

Simplify and Enjoy

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 24:11


Learn how one couple came together to pay off $400k of debt, become financially free, and give over $1 million! Simple Money, Rich Life Let's start off with some good news: You don't need a complicated plan to achieve financial independence or freedom.  In fact, that's probably either slowing down your progress or keeping you from even starting. I've seen and personal experiences how a simple plan can be an effective way to keep you moving in the right direction.  Bob and Linda Lotich are on the show today to explain how. They're the creators of SeedTime and the authors of Simple Money, Rich Life: Achieve True Financial Freedom and Design a Life of Eternal Impact.  Linda and Bob are coming on the podcast to discuss how families can reset things and have a rich life. I had a chance to read their book and loved how it had s money great takeaways.  I thought Bob and Linda did a really good job of balancing the head and the heart with this. You have this story of getting out of debt and showing the bits and pieces, but more importantly, those conversations they were having about the purpose behind this journey. Besides working towards financial freedom, the book also examines doing something meaningful with the money, especially on the giving side.  In this episode, we get into: how Bob and Linda synced up with their finances and goals tactics and strategies they used and recommend to pursue financial freedom creating an easy to manage financial system that allows them to live debt-free and be generous givers Hope you enjoy! Resources for Families Interested in Financial Independence If you're looking to get ahead with your finances as a family, here are some resources to check out! Best Budget and Money Apps: Personal Capital, Tiller, Mint Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money Connect with Linda and Bob: Seedtime Simple Money, Rich Life Why We Began Giving Our Age As a Percentage Should You Have a Giving Fund? Retire Early By Rethinking Your Priorities Setting Up Your Retirement with the Right Tools Mortgage Free Master Plan The New Family Financial Road Map Don't forget we have the free course 5 Days to $5K. It's a week-long email course designed to help you find, save, and earn extra cash so you can reach your family and financial goals faster! Thank You to Our Sponsor Coastal! Support for this podcast comes from Coastal Credit Union! If you're living in the Raleigh Durham area and looking to bank better, come check out Coastal today. As a credit union, Coastal serves its members first including an annual loyalty bonus. We've been members for years and love their service and competitive rates on checking and savings accounts! Rollover Your 401(k) Easily with Capitalize We're grateful for wonderful partners like Capitalize. Not only do they support the podcast, but they help make managing your money so much easier.  Did you know that it's estimated that there are currently over 24 million “forgotten” 401(k) accounts? In fact, the average American changes jobs every 4 years.  And because of the Great Resignation, you or someone you know might be changing jobs even more  It's an extreme case of out of sight and out of mind. Is your old 401(k) in there somewhere, left behind at a job you're no longer with? One huge benefit with an IRA is you get to choose how your money is invested, not your old employer.  If you want to consolidate your old 401(k) and have more options with how you invest, it may be time to roll them over into an IRA.   With Capitalize, they handle the process from start-to-finish – for FREE. They handle the process from start-to-finish, and yes that includes calling the 401(k) provider on your behalf.  Find out how and get started today!  Support the Podcast! Thank you so much for listening to the podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and found it helpful, here are some ways to support it. Spread the word! If you enjoyed this episode and think it can help a buddy get on the path to dumping debt and becoming financially free, please share. Leave a review. Honest feedback and reviews make a big difference and gets the word out about the podcast. Leave your review on Apple, Spotify, or Audible. Buy me a cup of coffee!

The Options Insider Radio Network
Options Playbook Radio 412: Selling a Put Spread in the VIX

The Options Insider Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:04


On this episode, Brian talks about selling a short bullish put spread in the VIX.  The Options Playbook is available at OptionsPlaybook.com, or on Amazon. Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode? Send it to Brian at TheOptionsGuy@Invest.Ally.Com or to the Options Insider at Questions@TheOptionsInsider.com. You can also find Brian on Twitter at @BrianOverby.

Options Playbook Radio
OPR 412: Selling a Put Spread in the VIX

Options Playbook Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:04


On this episode, Brian talks about selling a short bullish put spread in the VIX.  The Options Playbook is available at OptionsPlaybook.com, or on Amazon. Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode? Send it to Brian at TheOptionsGuy@Invest.Ally.Com or to the Options Insider at Questions@TheOptionsInsider.com. You can also find Brian on Twitter at @BrianOverby.

Insurtech Insider by 11:FS
117. News: Time for a post-Brexit shake-up of insurance rules

Insurtech Insider by 11:FS

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 26:38


Nigel Walsh and John Bean are joined by a fantastic panel of guest to discuss the most recent and exciting news in the world of insurtech. Joining us today: * Ruth Foxe Blader, Partner at Anthemis  * Jeff Radke, Co-founder and CEO of Accelerant * Brian Fritton, CEO, Havoc Shield We cover the following stories: * UK launches post-Brexit shake-up of insurance rules - 2:48 * Insurtech investment drops 58% in Q1, deal flow stays high - 12:36 * Insurtech start-up Turtlemint bags $120m as valuation tops $900m - 27:19 * Lloyd's of London prepares to fight over picking the tab up for $10bn Russian-seized planes - 39:00 * Italian BeSafe Group secures €1.2m for its insurtech for the travel industry - 47:08 All that and much more on this week's episode of Insurtech Insider! Subscribe so you never miss an episode, leave a review on iTunes and every other podcast app. Spread the insurtech love by sharing or tweeting this podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @instechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email podcasts@11fs.com! Special Guests: Brian Fritton, Jeff Radke, and Ruth Foxe-Blader.

Fit To Fight Fire: Lead Yourself

 Sneak Peak Wednesday! Listen to this bonus episode found only on our Patreon. For more content like this, visit The Standard to join! Is being a firefighter what you thought it would be? And for those not in the fire service, what do you think the fire department's responsibilities are as a taxpaying citizen? We … Continue reading Spread Too Thin →

BIG Life Devotional | Daily Devotional for Women

God has heard your prayer. He has a plan. He knows what you've been through. He knows where you're at. He knows what lies ahead. He sees it all. Every detail is within his vision. Nothing is hidden from him, not even the things you refuse to speak of. He knows your deepest fears. He […]

Walking in Truth
A Pattern of Good Works Part 2

Walking in Truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 26:00


Women, in general, tend to speak more, are more emotional, and often gossip and slander others with their words. But, those who sow discord in this way can ruin lives and terribly reflects the Lord they love and serve. Today, Pastor Johnny will encourage you godly women to instead use your mouth to build up, inspire and encourage others. Spread love and the good news with your words instead of gossip. In this way, you reflect the Lord, whom you love and serve, very well.

The REALIFE Process®
178: Our Three Signature REALIFE™ Tools for Self-Discovery

The REALIFE Process®

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 27:38


Before we talk about what to do, it's essential to pay attention to who we are. In this episode, I'm sharing the three signature tools we use for self-discovery so we can uncover what uniquely matters to us. We'll talk about these tools: The REALIFE™ Needs & Values Assessment: Why giving language to what you require and desire helps you live out your unique calling REALIFE™ Enneagram: How knowing your internal motivations can help you live externally from an integrated place REALIFE™ Mindmap: How this approach to writing out your ideas can help you think outside the box As we prepare to dive into the components of the REALIFE Process®, we need to lay the groundwork. These tools will help you identify your unique personality so you can pursue what matters in your own life and business. Resources mentioned in this episode:Download the FREE Intro to Needs & Values Assessment Download the FREE REALIFE™ Enneagram Typing Guide Check out our new YouTube Channel!Prefer to watch AND listen? Check out our YouTube channel for the podcast episode on video! Make sure to subscribe so you get all the latest updates. Loving the Podcast? Spread the Word by Leaving a Review!You love the podcast; help others discover it by leaving a review! Here's exactly how to do it: From your Apple Podcasts app, tap on this link and scroll down to Ratings & Reviews. Under the most recent review, tap “Write a Review.” Simply write a sentence or two telling others what you love about the podcast and why they should listen. Thanks for helping us spread the word! Join the Conversation!Become part of the FREE REALIFE Process® Community! Connect with Teresa and other podcast listeners, plus find additional content to help you discover your best REALIFE. Free REALIFE Resources:If you're ready to discover what matters to you, download our FREE Intro to REALIFE Needs and Values Assessment. You'll gain clarity on what you uniquely need to create a life and career you love. This is one sample of the content we provide for exclusive use by our REALIFE Process Facilitators™. Become a REALIFE Process Certified Facilitator™Ready to grow your impact and increase your income? Check out how to be certified as a REALIFE Process Facilitator™! Through coaching and training, you'll discover the power of the REALIFE Process® for yourself AND learn how to use it with your clients. Connect with your host, Teresa McCloy, on:Facebook - The REALIFE Process® with Teresa McCloy Instagram - teresa.mccloy LinkedIn - teresamccloy About Teresa McCloy:Teresa McCloy is the creator of the REALIFE Process® and an ACC Certified Leadership & Life Coach through the International Coaching Federation. She partners with her clients as a coach, consultant, and professional speaker to discover how to do what matters in their life and business. Teresa's book Do What Matters: Live from Rest, Not Rush, Using the REALIFE Process® will be released in Fall of 2022.

Sinocism
Shanghai says no more community spread; Beijing outbreak still not under control; CPPCC meeting with tech firms

Sinocism

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022


Today’s Essential Eight items” Outbreaks - Shanghai declared that it has halted community spread in the entire city, Beijing has not locked down but it has shut one of its biggest seafood markets, likely due to transmission from the outbreak in Tianjin.

State of Ukraine
A Ukrainian refugee is still teaching her students, who are spread around the world

State of Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:52


NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Ukrainian refugee Daria Bietschasna about what life is like some two months after she fled Ukraine.

Niche Website Builders Show
Nick Eubanks on memberships, keyword spread, and building authorship for affiliate sites

Niche Website Builders Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 57:19


On this episode of the Niche Website Builders podcast, James De Lacy talks to Nick Eubanks, a digital strategist, SEO engineer, and niche affiliate site entrepreneur. James and Nick talk about a broad range of topics that can help you as an affiliate website owner. Firstly, Nick tells us about his previous experience growing and scaling a traffic cone niche website, competing with companies like Amazon for the top spot on Google in that niche, and how and why customers preferred buying from them rather than bigger companies. James and Nick also cover memberships for niche websites, including what kind of content to offer members, and what can generate monthly recurring revenue for your business. Nick also shares a tip for Google Search Console that he uses to increase key word spread for his niche websites, helping them rank higher for new keywords without creating new content. Finally, Nick explains his hatred of “do-follow” links, before he and James dive into authorship for affiliate sites. The pair talk about increasing the EAT (Expertise, Authority, and Trust) of your niche affiliate websites, and even how you can use authorship to overcome Google penalties. Links: Niche Website Builders: Aged Domains – https://www.nichewebsite.builders/domains Niche Website Builders: Resources – https://www.nichewebsite.builders/resources Niche Website Builders – https://www.nichewebsite.builders/ Niche Website Builders Podcast – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/niche-website-builders/id1548013326 Niche Website Builders on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDX_rVwDP_IQVx1tjn_h8dQ Niche Website Builders on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/nichewebsitebuilders/ Niche Website Builders' Email – team@nichewebsite.builders

Hazard Ground
Ep. 272 - Lucy Del Gaudio (U.S. Army / The Pink Berets

Hazard Ground

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 88:28


Lucy Del Gaudio served in the US Army from 1990 to 1998, including service in support of Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield. Lucy is currently the Chief Operations Officer for the Pink Berets, an organization that specializes in bringing counseling, treatment, and resources to female veterans suffering from PTSD and military sexual trauma. Lucy is one of the grassroots individuals that opened up the investigation into the death of Specialist Vanessa Guillen at Fort Hood. https://thepinkberets.org Support the podcast by supporting our sponsors at www.hazardground.com/sponsors Shop Amazon! As an Amazon Associate We Earn From Qualifying Purchases...You Know The Deal! (Paid Link) Help grow the show! Spread the word, tell a friend!! Subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts! Episode Intro Music: “Prelude” by “Silence & Light” (www.silenceandlightmusic.com) Photo Credit: Lucy Del Gaudio

Invasion of the Remake Podcast
Ep.340 Get Carter (1971) vs. Hit Man (1972) vs. Get Carter (2000)

Invasion of the Remake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 86:02


Jack Carter's brother is dead and he isn't buying the story. Carter travels the criminal underworld uncovering the secrets of his bother's murder in Get Carter (1971 & 2000). Invasion of the Remake compares the Michael Caine classic crime movie to the Sylvester Stallone remake, plus the blacksploitation, grindhouse version Hit Man (1972) starring Bernie Casey and Pam Grier! Promo: Shoot the Flick Podcast @ShoottheFlick on Twitter Support independent podcasts like ours by telling your friends and family how to find us at places like Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tune In Radio, PodChaser, Amazon Music, Audible, Libsyn, iHeartRadio and all the best podcast providers. Spread the love! Like, share and subscribe! You can also help out the show with a positive review and a 5-star rating over on iTunes. We want to hear from you and your opinions will help shape the future of the show. Your ratings and reviews also help others find the show. Their "earballs" will thank you. Follow us on Twitter: @InvasionRemake Like and share us on Facebook & Instagram: Invasion of the Remake Email us your questions, suggestions, corrections, challenges and comments: invasionoftheremake@gmail.com Buy a cool t-shirt, PPE masks and other Invasion of the Remake swag at our TeePublic Store!

Couple Money Podcast
Family Travel Hacking with Points with a Crew

Couple Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 16:19


Want to see more of the world, but are limited by budget? Learn how one couple used travel hacking so their entire family could take fantastic trips!  Travel Hacking as a Family While, I know many families are eager to get out there and traveled to summer. I also know that one of the holdups they have is their budget. Whether you're flying, renting cars. Staying at an Airbnb hotel. Everything has gotten more expensive. Traveling as a couple can be pricey, but still feasible. But it can be a financial challenge when you add kids to the mix. That's why I want to share from the archive and interview I had with Dan Miller, founder of Points With a Crew. Dan's managed to score some wonderful deals on his trips including getting plane tickets for his entire family to lake Tahoe and a cross country train ride. Did I mention they're a family of eight? Hopefully we'll show how you can keep more money in your pocket and still have your family seeing the world around them. In today's episode he shares: how to choose the right credit cards to maximize rewards staying out of debt while staying on top of their credit cards tricks and tips on getting kids ready for traveling Hope you enjoy!   If you're looking for more travel tips from a couple with kids, please check out my interview with early retiree Justin from Root of Good. Travel Hacking Resources and More Want to learn more about travel hacking? Here are some resources to check out: Best Budget and Money Apps: Personal Capital, Tiller, Mint Grow Your Stash Faster: High Yield Savings with CiT Bank Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money Connect with Dan: Points with a Crew| Twitter How to Be a Travel Hacker Budget vs Luxury Hotels for Families Hotels with Free Dinners Credit Cards and Airline Miles – Can You Really Get Free Flights? Finding Great Deals on Hotels Debt Free Vacations – How It Works for Us 17 Travel Hacking Tips for People Who Value Their Time and Sanity  How to Master Life, Language, and Travel Thank You to Our Sponsor Coastal! Support for this podcast comes from Coastal Credit Union! If you're living in the Raleigh Durham area and looking to bank better, come check out Coastal today. See how Coastal can help you with your mortgage needs and Daymark Realty has a fantastic team ready to help find the perfect house for you in the Triangle area!  Rollover Your 401(k) Easily with Capitalize We're grateful for wonderful partners like Capitalize. Not only do they support the podcast, but they help make managing your money so much easier.  Did you know that it's estimated that there are currently over 24 million “forgotten” 401(k) accounts? In fact, the average American changes jobs every 4 years.  And because of the Great Resignation, you or someone you know might be changing jobs even more  It's an extreme case of out of sight and out of mind. Is your old 401(k) in there somewhere, left behind at a job you're no longer with? One huge benefit with an IRA is you get to choose how your money is invested, not your old employer.  If you want to consolidate your old 401(k) and have more options with how you invest, it may be time to roll them over into an IRA.   With Capitalize, they handle the process from start-to-finish – for FREE. They handle the process from start-to-finish, and yes that includes calling the 401(k) provider on your behalf. Support the Podcast Thank you so much for listening to the podcast! Spread the word! If you enjoyed this episode and think it can help a buddy get on the path to dumping debt and become financially free, please share. Leave a review. Honest feedback and reviews make a big difference and gets the word out about the podcast. Leave your review on Apple , Spotify, or Audible. Grab a copy of Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money. My book is designed for a busy couple to set up their finances in 4 weeks. Get tips and tools that have worked for other couples on their journey of building their marriage and wealth together! This episode was originally released in April 2015. Show notes have been updated in May 2022.     Find out how and get started today!

ModPath Chat
Spread through airspaces (STAS) on frozens: too much, too soon

ModPath Chat

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 17:40


The host discusses with Dr. Sanjay Mukhopadhyay and Dr. Monisha Sudarshan from Cleveland Clinic their recent Modern Pathology editorial on the findings by F. Zhou et al. (https://doi.org/10.1038/s41379-021-00875-x). The concept of tumor spread through air spaces (STAS) has been recently introduced and is gaining momentum. On permanent sections, STAS has been associated with an increased likelihood of lymph node metastases and aggressive behavior. However, the validity of using STAS diagnosis on frozen section to guide management is controversial. The guests argue that expecting pathologists to diagnose STAS on frozen section and bear responsibility for an aggressive surgical resection is fraught with risk. In their opinion, it is too much, too soon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Short Wave
How Vaccine Misinformation Spread Through The Parenting World

Short Wave

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 8:55


Any hour now, the U.S. is expected to officially mark one million lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. Health correspondent Allison Aubrey shares how this misinformation first entered the parenting world--and how some are fighting back. Email the show at ShortWave@NPR.org.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Sara Carter Podcast: Gordon Chang: China Deliberately Spread COVID, Murdered One Million Americans

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022


China expert Gordon Chang joins Sara to discuss analyze the communist party locking down Shanghai and other cities. Is this really all about COVID or is there another reason for such draconian measures? But Chang says regardless of how the COVID outbreak began in China, the government intentionally spread the virus around the world by […]

Arena
The Koinonia Miracle | Saint Pachomius the Great | Sunday of the Paralytic 2022

Arena

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 27:31


The Arena Podcast is the flagship of Patristic Nectar Publications and contains the Sunday Sermons and other theological reflections by Father Josiah Trenham delivered from the ambon of St. Andrew Church in Riverside, California and begun in 2010. Currently there are more than 550 sermons and lectures covering ten years worth of preaching through the liturgical calendar. | Links | Register for the 2022 Annual Patristic Nectar Publications Conference entitled, Holy Orthodoxy: Presenting the Christian Faith https://www.crowdcast.io/e/holyorthodoxy/register Get your hands on a handmade custom Patristic Nectar coffee mug that is limited in quantity and here for our donors to Campaign for the Psalter and Upcoming Projects, while supplies last. https://www.patristicnectar.org/donations Visit our new merch store and support Patristic Nectar! https://patristic-nectar.mybigcommerce.com Please subscribe and rate the podcast! If you are interested in other available titles, or if you would like more information on Patristic Nectar Publications, please visit our website at PatristicNectar.org | Social Media | Patristic Nectar Films Youtube Channel Patristic Nectar Instagram Patristic Nectar Facebook Page | Support Our Ministry | 1) Spread the Word - tell your family and friends about Patristic Nectar. Share Patristic Nectar website links to content you have enjoyed. A personal invitation is the number one way the Church grows. Tell a friend to "Come and see!" 2) Make a Donation -Patristic Nectar is a small non-profit ministry with a big vision for expanding access to Patristic Orthodox teaching throughout the world. Since our establishment in 2010, we have made steady progress but there is so much more we could do. With funding, we can work to make our ministry vision a reality. Make a Donation Here 3) Pray For Us - remember us in your prayers, asking that the Lord strengthen, help, and direct us according to His divine will.

Sara Carter Show
Gordon Chang: China Deliberately Spread COVID, Murdered One Million Americans

Sara Carter Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 57:18


China expert Gordon Chang joins Sara to discuss analyze the communist party locking down Shanghai and other cities. Is this really all about COVID or is there another reason for such draconian measures?But Chang says regardless of how the COVID outbreak began in China, the government intentionally spread the virus around the world by urging nations to continue accepting Chinese visitors.Chang also asseses China's intentions towards Taiwan and explains how Beijing is directly involved in supplying precursor chemicals to Mexican drug cartels, who then make fentanyl and poison Americans.Sara also offers her insights on the mass shooting in Buffalo and slams liberals for suggesting right-leaning politicians and commentators deserve some of the blame.Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/carterIt's a BOGO Extravaganza! Find the full list of sale products at www.mypillow.com/carterThe Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.Fast Growing Treeshttps://fastgrowingtrees.com/carterShop now and save 15% your offer.

Crusade4Freedom
How Russia Is Using Conservatives to Spread Its Propaganda - CounterPunch Trevor Loudon

Crusade4Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 22:39


Blu Alchemist
How to Become a World Class Communicator!

Blu Alchemist

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 21:55


Brenden is the founder of MasterTalk, he coaches ambitious executives & entrepreneurs to become top 1% communicators in their industry. He also has a popular YouTube channel called MasterTalk, with the goal of providing free access to communication tools for everyone in the world. Brenden Contact Information: Website: https://www.rockstarcommunicator.com/ Blu Alchemist Podcast Website: https://www.blualchemistpodcast.com Thanks for listening! Subscribe and Spread the word! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blualchemist/support

Balance Your Life
"That Girl" Wellness Routines (My Current Rituals!)

Balance Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 23:01


This week on the podcast it's a solo episode! I am talking all about my current wellness routines and rituals. Spread the love by sharing this podcast with your friends and family! Don't forget to subscribe to the channel so you never miss an episode, and I would love if you took a moment to rate and review the show! ------------------------------------ Connect with Meghan: Instagram | TikTok | YouTube| Website To Email the Show: podcast@balancebymeghan.com ----------------------------------------------- This episode is sponsored by Nature's Remedy. If you struggle with sleep, inflammation, anxiety, and pain then you need to try Nature's Remedy CBD. CBD has been a game changer in my wellness routine. Nature's Remedy ensures it's CBD is 3rd party lab tested, vegan, organic, cruelty free, non-gmo, solvent free, and made in small batches. Email me today info@balancebymeghan.com to find a product that suits your needs today. ------------------------------------- EnergyBits® are tiny nutrition tablets made purely of algae – a sustainable whole food crop that supports your body and immune system. EnergyBits® tablets are the highest quality strains of spirulina and chlorella algae, organically grown and tested for purity, safety and nutrient density at FDA-approved labs in the USA. EnergyBits® is giving all Balance Your Life podcast listeners 20% off when you use code MEGHAN at checkout on any of their products online. Click here.

Sovereign Grace Santa Ana

Spread the joy of Jesus for the joy of Jesus

Ali on the Run Show
519. Steph Bruce, 2022 Boston Marathon Recap

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 59:45


"Let's just go out with a bang." Steph Bruce finished 12th at this year's Boston Marathon. The professional runner for HOKA NAZ Elite ran a 2:28, and while it wasn't her fastest time at the 26.2-mile distance, Steph says Boston 2022 ranks up there as one of her best and favorite marathons. And this year's race was unique for Steph: It's her last year competing as a professional athlete. Last year, Steph was diagnosed with a congenital heart condition, and that discovery forced her to start making some tough choices. She decided that 2022 would be her last year running professionally — and that she would go out with a celebration. Steph is calling this year her "Grit Finale," and she's taking fans along for the ride. (Check out her Boston recap on YouTube here.) In this conversation, Steph talks all about that life-changing diagnosis, about her Boston training, about race day, and about her thoughts on life after professional running. As always, an open, honest, candid conversation with one of the sport's most-loved athletes. SPONSOR: goodr. Click here and use code ONTHERUN15 for 15% off your entire goodr order! What you'll get on this episode: How Steph is feeling post-Boston (4:00) All about “The Grit Finale,” and the life-changing diagnosis that led to Steph's last professional year on the run (6:20) What Steph needed to include in her last year of racing (17:30) How Steph was feeling heading into her last Boston Marathon (20:40) Steph recaps her Boston training, and why (and how!) she makes racing a family affair (23:55) Steph's feelings of imposter syndrome early in her career, and how she feels now (29:00) Steph's story from the church (31:25) How Steph was feeling on the start line, and how the race played out (33:00) Making the move at mile 22 (46:00) The Grit Finale finale (50:45) Steph's thoughts on her legacy (55:00) For more, check out: Steph Bruce on Episode 104 of the Ali on the Run Show Steph & Ben Bruce on Episode 206 of the Ali on the Run Show Steph Bruce on Episode 354 of the Ali on the Run Show Steph Bruce on Episode 371 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Steph: Instagram @stephrothstein Twitter @steph_rothstein Facebook Blog YouTube Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!

Mental Illness Happy Hour
#591 - Taboos - Ali Weiss

Mental Illness Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 98:43


Ali Weiss (aka @AliWeissWorld) has made a career out of talking about difficult things. In this episode, she reveals her stories of addiction, abortion, and healing from childhood traumas. Be sure to check out her podcast Tales of Taboo for more. Live MIHH recording in Minneapolis Fri May 20th 8pm at Sisyphus Brewery. For tix or more info go here. https://dojour.us/e/15598More about Ali Weiss:Website www.AliWeissWorld.comSocial Media @AliWeissWorld Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get 10% off your first month go to www.BetterHelp.com/mental Must be 18. For those under 18 you will be redirected to or can go directly to TeenCounseling at www.teencounseling.com WAYS TO HELP THE PODCAST______________________Subscribe via iTunes and leave a review. It costs nothing. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mental-illness-happy-hour/id427377900?mt=2—————————————————————————Spread the word via social media. It costs nothing.Our website is www.mentalpod.com our FB is www.Facebook.com/mentalpod and our Twitter and Instagram are both @Mentalpod --------------------------------------------------------Become a much-needed Patreon monthly-donor (with occasional rewards) for as little as $1/month at www.Patreon.com/mentalpod Become a one-time or monthly donor via Paypal or Zelle (make payment to mentalpod@gmail.com)------------------------------------------------------------------------------Try Our Sponsor's Products/Services---------------------------------------------------See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Michael Berry Show
January 6th Is What Democrats are Using To Spread Lies | PM Show

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 71:02