This talk was given on November 30, 2021 at Trinity College Dublin. Prof. Tonning's slides can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/mrxhvmvf For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Erik Tonning is Professor of British Literature and Culture in the University of Bergen (from 2015). In 2011-2014 he was Research Director of the ‘Modernism and Christianity' project funded by the Bergen Research Foundation/Trond Mohn Foundation. He completed an undergraduate degree at Bergen (1999) and an MA at Oslo (2001), before going on to the University of Oxford for his DPhil (2006). He has held a Norwegian Research Council postdoctoral grant (2006-2009) for a project on ‘Samuel Beckett and Christianity', and has also been affiliated with the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture at Regent's Park College (2005-2010). In 2010, he held a Tutorial Fellowship at Regent's Park College, Oxford. He has published two monographs, Samuel Beckett's Abstract Drama: Works for Stage and Screen 1962-1985 (2007), and Modernism and Christianity (2014). He has also published severl co-edited volumes including Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies (Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui 22, 2010), Broadcasting in the Modernist Era (2014) and Modernism, Christianity and Apocalypse (2015). He is Series Editor (with Prof. Matthew Feldman) of the two book series Historicizing Modernism and Modernist Archives from Bloomsbury Academic.
About my Guest: Brand Clarity Expert, International Speaker, and Author, Suzanne Tulien, notices the variety of creative ways people are ‘branding' themselves both consciously and unconsciously. But, is a successful business brand the result of powerful marketing? When the hype subsides, what keeps a good brand going strong? What is the real secret to consistent brand growth and advocacy? With over two and a half decades of strategic communication, employee brand engagement, and internal brand development, Suzanne's inside-out brand-building strategy creates the clarity and actions necessary for her clients to drive consistency, distinction, and advocacy long-term. Because her Brand DNA approach is radically different, she is paving the way companies and personal brands elevate their value position and actually reduce marketing costs while growing marketshare. She co-founded The Global Institute for Inspiration in 2011 and helped create the ‘Most Inspiring Companies Report' now published by Forbes.com. As an international speaker and certified trainer she thrives in front of live audiences and in virtual environments. As author of The 6 Myths of Small Business Branding and co-author of Brand DNA; Uncover Your Organization's Genetic Code to Competitive Advantage, also published in China and her newest book; Personal Brand Clarity, Identify, Define & Align to What You Want to Be Know For, she is helping to pave the transformational highway to grow by conscious, strategic design; not by DEFAULT! What we Discussed: - Branding - Creating a Speakers Sheet - Why you should get a Professional Picture - Best Way to Landing the Big Clients - Structuring a Workshop - Why your Audience Should be the Star when you are on Stage - Dealing with Disruptive Audience members - Online Meeting Tips - 4 Modalities of Connecting and more How to Contact Suzanne: https://brandascension.com/ https://www.facebook.com/brandascension Tool Kit as Discussed on the Interview https://brandascension.com/kickstarter-tool-kit-for-brand-building/ More About Speaking Podcast: All Episodes can be found at www.speakingpodcast.com All Social Media + Donations link https://linktr.ee/speaking Sponsor : http://coolabulla.com Use Discount Code Speaking for a 10% Discount Our Facebook Group can be found at www.facebook.com/speakingpodcast All my 5 Podcast can be found at http://roycoughlan.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roy-coughlan/message
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Breaking down the KICKOFF CLASSIC with BUY or SELL! Are the Surge a Champs FAVORITE?! Should OpTic Fans be WORRIED?! Will the Breach be a top team in Stage 1? Is Capsidal an ELITE rookie? Is CleanX the front runner for MVP? And A LOT More! We break it all down and go through all the news of the week! ◾ Well..Josh - 00:00 ◾ News of the Week - 4:07 -- Esports Engine & Maven & Merk! // Penagram joins LAT // Harry officially announced // Apox joining Paris // Ranked Play // ◾ CDL Kickoff BUY or SELL - 17:15 – Surge to grand finals // LAT vs OpTic rematch // Ultra stage 1 champs? // Smokes GA? // LA Guerrillas top 6? // Capsidal // London Royal Ravens // CleanX for MVP // Rokkr Top 4? // AR's importance // Breach top 4? // Control bad? // OpTic worry // Paris ◾ Most Worried bottom 4? - Intelligent or Irrelevant - 01:25:20 The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcasts covers and its hosts Josh "SalvationsElite," Rex "ShadyNero," and Sam "Bash" cover all things Call of Duty Esports in regards to the Call of Duty League, CoD Cold War, CoD League news, updates, predictions, breakdowns, summaries, game patches, meta, gameplay, gamebattles, competitive gaming, the news of the official CoD League with all the pro teams like the Dallas Empire, Seattle Surge, OpTic Chicago, Atlanta FaZe, LA Thieves, Minnesota Rokkr, NY Subliners, London Royal Ravens, Florida Mutineers, the LA Guerillas, Toronto Ultra and the Paris Legion! We do predictions and breaking news, updates, roster changes rostermania, free agency, trades, with players like Scump, Crimsix, Simp, Huke, Dashy, Skrapz, Octane, Abezy, Gunless, Arcitys, FormaL, ILLeY, Shotzzy, Clayster, Cellium, Priestahh, Attach, and others! We are the Best of 3 Call of Duty Esports Podcast! -CONNECT- YOUTUBE Watch on YouTube HERE (https://www.youtube.com/salvationselite) TWITTER Follow Josh “SalvationsElite” - https://twitter.com/SalvationsElite Follow Rex “ShadyNero” - https://twitter.com/ShadyNero Follow Sam “Bash_Bo3” - https://twitter.com/Bash_BO3 PODCAST The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts and will be coming to more apps soon! Podcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/BestOf3Pod LISTEN HERE: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-best-of-3-cod-esports-podcast/id1490028421 SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/7jgzkfT6uc7wyU2L4UCh0B?si=Z6XhfUCcQ2exwOgyjfJFDA ---------------- SALVATIONSELITE SOCIALS The DISCORD CoD Community Server! Join for community tourneys, live streams, finding teammates and more! https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC TWITTER -- https://twitter.com/salvationselite INSTAGRAM -- https://www.instagram.com/josh.roeloffs/ TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/salvationselite DISCORD -- https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC
Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan, Robyn Bahr, and Bill Graham are joined by Greg Vellante to discuss Mike Mills' C'mon C'mon, which is now in theaters and on VOD. Enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. For a limited time, all new Patreon supporters will receive a free Blu-ray/DVD. After becoming a contributor, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an up-to-date list of available films. The Film Stage Show is supported by MUBI, a curated streaming service showcasing exceptional films from around the globe. Every day, MUBI premieres a new film. Whether it's a timeless classic, a cult favorite, or an acclaimed masterpiece — it's guaranteed to be either a movie you've been dying to see or one you've never heard of before and there will always be something new to discover. Try it for free for 30 days at mubi.com/filmstage.
Dein Herz verbrannte nicht: Das Fanal von Jan Palach – Gedichte, Theaterstück, Erinnerungssplitter Gedichte (in Deutsch und tschechischer Übersetzung), ein kurzes Theaterstück, Erinnerungssplitter zu Jan Palach: 2018 jährte sich die Niederschlagung des Prager Frühlings zum 50. Mal. Nach dem August 1968 rissen die Meldungen über die Niederschlagung des Prager Frühlings durch die Panzer des Warschauer Paktes nicht ab. Auch im Jahr 2018 wurde viel über dieses Ereignis berichtet. Was mir jedoch fehlte, war der Hinweis auf Jan Palachs Fanal. Palachs Tat ist von historischer Bedeutung und muss – 20 Jahre später – zu den Auslösern für den Zusammenbruch des gesamten Ostblocks gezählt werden, für die Wende. 1989 versammelten sich zum 20. Jahrestag Menschen in Prag und demonstrierten gegen die Regierung, die sehr hart gegen Organisatoren und Teilnehmer des Protests durchgriff. Am nächsten Tag kam es erneut zu einer Demonstration und auch wieder zu Verhaftungen. Es waren wohl mehrere tausend Menschen, die in der auf den Jahrestag folgenden Woche verhaftet wurden. Erstmals setzten sich in dieser sogenannten Palach-Woche nicht nur Dissidenten zur Wehr, sondern viele normale Bürger. Der Widerstand in der Bevölkerung wuchs und im Herbst des Jahres 1989 kam es zur Samtenen Revolution, die Regierung brach zusammen. Mit diesem Buch legt Ingo Cesaro eine höchst ausgefallene Sammlung nicht alltäglicher Kurzkrimis vor. Seit vielen Jahren bereits beschäftigt er sich mit der Haiku-Form – und nun bringt er das Thema »Verbrechen« in 96 Kriminal-Haiku exakt auf den Punkt. Mit anderen Worten: Verbrechen zwischen fünf und sieben. Die kürzeste Krimiform der Welt zeigt sich hier in überraschenden Facetten: von blutrünstig und böse über politisch ganz und gar nicht korrekt bis witzig und satirisch. Ein spitzfindiger Krimi-Genuss!
My mother was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer in December 2017. By 2020, she was cancer-free. But the cancer returned with a vengeance and doctors used the word “hospice.” Here's my own journey with her passing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
In this mid-week episode, I share:What's next in #12habitsWhy Dave Grohl's book The Storyteller was so inspiring.Why I read Dave Grohl's mum's book From Cradle to Stage immediately after his.The progress I'm making on The EC Method and why taking on coaches has been so helpful.Your feedback on the conversation with negotiation expert Chris VossA teaser of what's the come in my conversation with Johann Hari.To join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum.To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/emmagunavardhana. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Shares of Microsoft were on the move lower as the first big tech name to report earnings this quarter. What the results – and the move – mean for where stocks go this week. Plus another volatile day for the markets – the names our traders think may have been too unfairly punished.
What might each of your children be like when they reach adulthood? What will your relationship with them be like when they're 30?These kinds of questions might create excitement or maybe anxiety for you. Either way, if we're mindful, these two simple questions can help guide your approach to parenting — today.Each busy day that goes by moves your kids toward the next stage in their development toward adulthood. And the truth is your parenting approach needs to develop along with them.Remaining stuck in a single approach to parenting from your child's first birthday to their eighteenth will likely rob you of what you really want for their future.Over the years, we've struggled to adjust our parenting approach — and frankly we were a bit late to the game with Kim's daughter, Annika. It was in her late teen years that we learned a simple framework for how we could develop our parenting. But even our late start made all the difference.In the next two episodes, we'll show you a simple way to think about your personal development as a parent and the best approach to guiding your adolescent and teen children.Make sure you catch both episodes and discover how you can move your adolescent and teen kids toward the future you hope for — starting today! Resources from this Episode:Journey of Transition Online Workshop: https://www.parentingteensintransition.com/parenting-4csBook: Parenting Teens with Love and LogicEpisode 28: Counter-Will - What if What You Think is Defiance is Actually Something Else? Episode 106: How to Avoid "Outlaw Words"Episode 30: Should stepparents WANT authority with their step-kids?Episode 73: 4 Simple Principles for Setting Healthy Boundaries with Kids Episode 63: 5 Strategies to Help You Get United — Even When You Disagree Episode 74: How to Develop Appropriate and Effective Consequences that Empower ResponsibilityEpisode 17: 6 Simple Steps that will Help You Respond to DisrespectReady for some extra support?We all need some extra support along the blending journey — we're here to help. You can connect with us for a free coaching call to see how we might help you experience more clarity, confidence and connection in your home. Schedule your free call here: https://calendly.com/mikeandkimcoaching/freesession
In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Tom Fisher all about the impact of lifestyle on cancer. Tom Fisher is a fountain of information when it comes to cancer and lifestyle. We felt like the conversation could have continued forever. He shared with us his health journey with cancer and then we talked a lot about certain nutrients to eat or supplement with and how it affects the body. We dove into sugar, alkalinity as well as other lifestyle factors that can affect cancer growth in the body. Tom Fisher, R.N., B.A., is also a highly experienced Health Coach with over 16,000 clinical hours of working one on one with people with various health challenges. Tom is a Certified Health Educator and stage IV cancer survivor, “now over 21 years cancer-free”. He is currently developing content and health protocols for the Cancer Coach Organization. Tom studied under some of the top integrative medical practitioners in the world. He lectured throughout the United States on health and nutrition. He is a Health Optimization Coaching Academy, “HOCA” instructor. Tom has a unique background in health, having worked with patients in allopathic and integrative medicine and having been through the medical system as a patient with cancer. In this episode we discuss: Love water His health journey and finding plant based Accidentally finding Stage 4 bone cancer Phytonutrients What foods to eat to Alkalinity Wheatgrass, spirulina and chlorella Sugar Lactic acid What is PubMed Lack of minerals Need to supplement Carcinogenic foods Fats and oils Mind body health Recall healing Chinese medicine technique Genetic expression Detoxification
The Nasdaq erased nearly 5% of losses on Monday to end the day in the green. Other indexes also closed out the day with gains. So has the bottom been put in for stocks, or with the Fed meeting and big tech earnings on deck, is there more pain to come. Plus the kick-off of our week-long Retail Revolution – we talk with one trader about how things have changed over the past year.
Get Brent's free ebook, Think Like A Pro Songwriter! Go to GiftFromBrent.com and tell him where to send it. Brent is available for private coaching. He can help you prepare or repair your song. Maybe you'd prefer to do a private Song Title Challenge with him. Go to Songwritingpro.com/coaching and schedule your session today. Join the movement and broaden your understanding of how to honor the digital platform. This FREE download, Whoever Owns The Traffic, Rules The Road, will help you understand and adjust your tactics to grow your traffic and get paid on a digital platform. Go to GiftFromJohnny.com and tell him where to send it. If you'd like some one-on-one coaching to better understand your assets and how to use them to get paid, schedule a consultation with Johnny today. Email him at email@example.com and put CONSULTATION in the subject line.
Should a speaker have a podcast? Does a speaker need a podcast? If you've ever asked yourself those questions or think that having a podcast would be fun, then today's episode is for you! Alana and I will cover these questions and so much more. Alana Dawson is a military spouse, mom, and podcast coach who has lived in eight different states. After being encouraged by her husband to start her business, she became a coach for podcasters. She helps writers, speakers and coaches create, grow, and launch their podcasts. ACTIVATE will be held at the end of February. This course combines my years as a speaker, an event planner, and as a tour producer. You will want to be on the waitlist to access a discount and early access. Sign up, even if you aren't sure yet, because everyone on the waitlist will get a very nice discount. Who doesn't love a good deal? And the best part? There is no obligation to get on the list! Go to my website and click ACTIVATE to sign up for the waitlist. I love all the fun conversations I'm having via text with some of you! Have you sent me a text yet? Feel free to send one to 205-964-5337. I'll look forward to texting with you. So, should you, as a speaker, start a podcast? Is it beneficial for a speaker to have a podcast? Alana and I cover this and much more as we dive into all things podcasting, and you won't want to miss it! "What better way to grow and your speaking capabilities to reach more people, maybe even some event organizers and coordinators and people that are looking for speakers right in their industry. What better way than to have a podcast every week? You can practice you can hone those skills.." - Alana Dawson.Highlights from today's episode include: How Alana got into the podcasting space (3:18)Should you start a podcast with so many already out there? (5:53)Steps to launch your podcast (9:56)Analysis paralysis and podcasting - what now? (13:26)Don't spend hours googling - a toolkit to help you (16:19)Short and sweet, the best length for podcast episodes (20:47)Have you thought about starting a podcast? Is this on your vision board for 2022? I'd love it if y'all came to join the conversation in the Facebook group-Take the Stage Speakers and share with us! Or feel free to ask questions. Not on Facebook? No worries, you can always find me on Instagram or text me! I would love for you to share with me. Connect with AlanaUltimate Podcast GuideDone For You ServicesPodcastHERWebsiteIGConnect with MaryJoin Mary's email list! Thanks for joining me on today's episode of, Take the Stage - for Speakers by Speakers! If you enjoyed today's episode, please head over to iTunes or wherever you listen, give me a 5 star, and leave a review to help me reach even more speakers who are ready to Take the Stage. Also, don't forget to check out my website, visit me on Facebook, or hang out with me on Instagram to stay up-to-date on what's in store for you.
What Stage of Homesteading are You In?In today's episode, we're talking about a true light-bulb moment for me, when I realized that homesteading happens in distinct stages and I realized which stage we were in and why.We define the 3 stages and talk about what takes you in—and out—of each stage.This episode will challenge you to seriously challenge yourself with a palpable life plan, remind you of what genuinely brings satisfaction, and encourage you to truly look at where you're at and where you're headed.Ready to join the newsletter for mavericks who value free-thinking, ditching the status quo, and taking charge of every part of our lives? Click now! https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/freethinkerDesign your dream homestead with my FREE handbook— grab it here: http://theprairiehomestead.com/layoutHead to http://prairieplanner.com/ to get your 2022 Prairie Planner today!Head to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow to get complimentary access to my best homestead resources.Get more in-depth homestead info, printable recipes, tutorials, and more on my blog at www.theprairiehomestead.comGet Old-Fashioned on Purpose hats & shirts at www.homesteadswag.comFollow Jill on Twitter: http://twitter.com/homesteaderFollow Jill on YouTube: http://youtube.com/theprairiehomesteadFollow Jill on Instagram: http://instagram.com/jill.winger
Fabrice Grinda is an entrepreneur, angel investor, and founder of FJ Labs, a venture capital firm that backs a diversified portfolio of startups in marketplace businesses. The firm takes a founder-friendly, non-institutional approach, employing heuristics to formulate quick decisions. Our conversation covers Fabrice's path as a serial entrepreneur and lessons learned building and investing in marketplaces. We discuss FJ Lab's unique investment process focused on four investment heuristics and expeditious decision making. We then turn to its position in the venture ecosystem and investable themes in the coming years. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership
Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-260 Overview: We will review the current USPSTF recommendations regarding aspirin use to reduce the risk of CVD and colorectal cancer. Additionally, we will discuss as well as the findings of the ASPREE (ASPirin in reducing events in the elderly) randomized clinical trial. Episode resource links: POEMs: In Older Adults, Aspirin Increases the Risk of Metastatic of Stage 4 Cancers and Cancer Mortality. Barry, Henry C. Am Fam Physician. 2021 Sep; 104(2):online Effect of Aspirin on Cancer Incidence and Mortality in Older Adults. McNeil, John. JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume: 113 Issue 3 (2021) ISSN: 0027-8874 Online ISSN: 1460-2105 Guest: Jillian Joseph, MSPAS, PA-C Music Credit: Richard Onorato
Aqara announces a new curtain motor, we highlight new MagSafe accessories from Belkin and Mophie, Stephen plans his new home network and home theater setup, Andrew reviews the Wemo stage controller, and we answer listener questions. Sponsored by: Nebia by Moen:
Is LinkedIN one of the platforms you're using to shine and get known? If not, you're missing out on a stage to grow your audience. Donna Serdula is the founder and president of Vision Board Media, a professional branding company that helps individuals and companies tell their unique story on LinkedIn and beyond. Bringing dynamic brand storytelling to the masses and empowering people to dream big – that's the ink in her pen. It's her Website LinkedIn-Makeover.com where she and her team help people collide with opportunity and transform their lives via future-forward career branding. She has authored two editions of LinkedIn Profile Optimization FOR DUMMIES. Donna hosts the podcast, Dream Big with Big Dreamers. She's shared her LinkedIn expertise at global conferences, presented keynotes and workshops and featured on a number of high-profile news outlets To learn more about the guests on this episode: Website: http://www.DreamBigConversations.com and http://www.LinkedIn-Makeover.com LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/todonna Social Media: http://www.instagram.com/visionboardspotlight SPECIAL GIFT: https://www.linkedin-makeover.com/linkedin-headline-generator/ Links and resources to connect with Laurie-Ann: Grab the FREE resource Go from Unknown to Visible at https://www.speakandstandout.com/resource/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurieann.murabito For more about me and what I do, check out my website at https://www.speakandstandout.com ➡️ If you're looking for support to grow your business faster, get fully booked and be highly profitable, schedule a call to explore if you'd be a good fit for one of my coaching programs. https://www.ChatWithLA.com
Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions: Andrea: I've heard that Ashwagandha can have a negative effect on the thyroid, leading to hypothyroidism, if taken for too long. Is this an herb that should be pulsed, or is this information untrue? Anonymous: Any advice for crusty eyes? Feels like it's a little sticky when I wake up. Never had this before! Cara: You are incredible, thank you so much for showing up every day for our community! I'm an IHP L2 female graduate (Vata/25 year old) and recently did a bunch of tests (saliva hormones test, stool test, food sensitivity, hair tissue test & neurotransmitters test due to feeling very wired, with muscle spasms, and anxious. Gut is great but the following showed up: Stage 5 adrenal fatigue, very low potassium, elevations in mercury, arsenic and other metals and apparently my serotonin is on the higher end (not out of range), low norepinephrine and low epinephrine (the ratio between them is high though so confused?). My question is: What can I do to fix my norepinephrine and epinephrine? Also, do you think the l-theanine from my daily matcha is causing the high serotonin? Should I stop? Anna: I am generally fit and healthy 35 y.o. woman, with long history of being vegetarian, who experienced 3 miscarriages (2 out of 3 was partial molar pregnancy). After all tests, supplemnetary plan, my period got completely crazy (it used to be every 30 days) and now I am bleeding for a month, it started on 10 day of my cycle. I have taken progresteron and excatyl to stop bleeding. Going on acupuncture. Nothing helps. Victoria: Hi Dr. Cabral. Looking forward to this response & hearing your mastery! Thank you for you time. My question is - what order should I heal the below issues? I have a lot of different issues going on. Long-term lyme (still currently positive for IGM and IGG w western blot) - never took antibiotics. High mold - very high in Aspergillus mycotoxins (Ochratoxin A & Gliotoxin) Ochratoxin levels - 21.19 MG/dl (normal range Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Sleep & Hormones Test (Run your adrenal & hormone levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - > View all Functional Medicine lab tests (View all Functional Medicine lab tests you can do right at home for you and your family)
286: Stage 4 Cancer Will Not Stop Me With Owen Video From YouTube Video Authority Intensive This week we are joined by Owen Video about his YouTube business and channels. I had Owen on the show around 5 years ago and we talk about the growth of his business, YouTube as a platform, what he looks for in creators to work with and SO MUCH MORE! About Owen: Owen Video builds YouTube Channels for Business & Industry Leaders. He is widely known for his high-energy Live Streams and his action-packed YouTube Videos. He's a well-known personality and event Emcee at Conferences such as Vidsummit LA, Video Marketing World TX, and Power of Video in Ireland. Owen is a cancer survivor and lives every day at full power in San Diego, CA with his wife and 4 children - The Chitlins. Go here if you want to submit your YouTube Channel to be a potential guest on the podcast. Support the show on Patreon here for day-to-day interaction with myself and the community on discord. Connect With Owen Here: YouTube Channel TubeBuddy – A tool that makes your YouTube Life EASIER and Helps grow your channel. CLICK HERE for a FREE 30 DAY TRIAL. Links Discussed In This Episode Fiverr – Hire the right people for the jobs you need to make your YouTube life and workflow easier! Bluehost – If you need a website use this link to get a Free Domain Name and a great deal on hosting
It seems obvious. Of course, you're ready to heal! We go through 5 stages in order to fully heal. However, most people find themselves stuck in Stage 3. My name is Dr. Debi Silber, and welcome to another exciting episode of A Dose of Dr. Debi! Today, we're going to talk about why it is so common to land and stay in Stage 3. In This Episode: Moving through Stages 1 & 2 WHY we get stuck in Stage 3 Moving past Stage 3 into 4 & 5 to truly heal Links PBT Podcasts Healed or Hardened Quiz Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz PBT Institute Membership Community Trust Again Book From Hardened to Healed Book
Many of us first became aware of Pudi and his immense talents when he was part of the hilarious ensemble cast of "Community" (NBC, 2009-2015). In this deeply personal (and of course, still humorous) journey to uncover his estranged South Asian American father, Pudi beckons us to reflect on our parents.
Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan and Robyn Bahr are joined by a very special guest Evelyn Sideri, Robyn's former English teacher, to discuss Joel Coen's The Tragedy of Macbeth, now on Apple TV+ and in theaters. Enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. For a limited time, all new Patreon supporters will receive a free Blu-ray/DVD. After becoming a contributor, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an up-to-date list of available films. The Film Stage Show is supported by MUBI, a curated streaming service showcasing exceptional films from around the globe. Every day, MUBI premieres a new film. Whether it's a timeless classic, a cult favorite, or an acclaimed masterpiece — it's guaranteed to be either a movie you've been dying to see or one you've never heard of before and there will always be something new to discover. Try it for free for 30 days at mubi.com/filmstage.
Krystal and Saagar talk about Biden's press conference, charges brought against Trump, drone strike footage, Marianne Williamson's comments about the two party system, NPR's discredited SCOTUS reporting, late stage neoliberalism, wall street capturing the housing market, an anti-trust outlook with Matt Stoller, and more! To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and Spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-points-with-krystal-and-saagar/id1570045623 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Kbsy61zJSzPxNZZ3PKbXl Merch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/ Matt Stoller: https://mattstoller.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This podcast episode originally aired in August 2021. So many influencers struggle and ask themselves what they should be focusing on when it comes to building their content creation career. The truth is, understanding what life stage you're at can help you define your focus in 2022.Content Creator Life Stage #1: SeedAs a seed, you're a new influencer. You just started your TikTok, YouTube or Instagram.Questions you're asking:· Who am I as a brand?· How do I take photos or videos?· Should I hire someone to take my photos?· Am I a content creator?· How do I post x, y, or z?· How often do I post? Content Creator Life Stage #2: SproutAs a Sprout, you're a new-ish influencer, but you've already started or established your social channel and platform like an Instagram, blog, or TikTok. As a new-ish influencer, you understand the importance of hashtags and you've built up your audience. But you might be focused on learning the business side of the influencer industry. Questions you might be asking as a Sprout:· How do I deliver value?· How do I build community and trust?· How do I work with brands?· How do I make money as an influencer?Tune in to hear the other two Content Creator Life Stages!Follow Emma on Instagram: @emmasedition | Pinterest: @emmaseditionFollow Maddy on Instagram: @madcrayy | Pinterest: @madcrayyFollow the Content Creatives Podcast: @contentcreativespodcastJoin the Content Creatives Podcast Facebook Group!
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Paul Moore is an amazing contributor to BiggerPockets. Paul has launched multiple investments and developed companies appearing on HGTV and completed over 100 commercial & residential investments & exits in Real Estate. He has contributed in Fox business and Real Estate Guys™ Radio and is a regular contributor to BiggerPockets Producing live video and blog content. Paul also co-hosted wealth building podcast called “How to lose money” and he has been featured on a number, over 200 at this point. Paul is a 3 time Real estate author. His new book is “Storing Up Profits: Capitalize on America's Obsession with STUFF by Investing in Self-Storage Paperback” In this episode we talked about: Paul's Bio & Background Entering Commercial & Multifamily Space Going Vertical in Self-Storage Rent Control Breaking into Self-Storage Self-Storage Performance and Risks within the recent 2 years Dislocation Aspect Underwriting of the Deals Thoughts on 2022 Outlook Why it is important to find your BIG WHY Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: https://www.wellingscapital.com/resources https://podcasts.apple.com/nl/podcast/the-biggest-opportunities-in-real-estate/id1505750263?i=1000534008754&l=en Transcriptions: So that's, that's what got me into real estate in the beginning. And then commercial, I ended up building a multifamily and operating it in the buckin oil rush of North Dakota. It was a multifamily quasi hotel. We did that for years. It was a lot of fun. Jesse (4m 34s): That's great. So you, like, I'm not dissimilar from, from some stories and multifamily is you started with these properties, realize that you can make a dollar to two going that way. And then at what point did you end up going into the commercial space or the multi red space? Paul (4m 50s): Yeah, so that was 20. So in 2010 we threw a bunch of friends and I threw over a million dollars to the bottom of a hole in the ground expecting about 50 times as much oil to come back out and nothing came out. And so I don't think we, I can almost certainly say we didn't think it through as well as it might sound now, but we thought, well, who made money in the gold rush? Well, those who sold the picks and shovels. So we noticed that there was a massive, massive housing shortage in North Dakota. I mean, like 10 or 20,000 people in a town of 3000, you know, sleeping in their trucks. So we created this multifamily, which, which we ran as a, you know, sort of an extended stay hotel in 2011. And that was our entree in. And I ended up writing a book on multifamily about five years later and I was off to the races. Jesse (5m 42s): Yeah, fair enough. I'm sure the, the Western Canadians can, can appreciate the throwing money in a hole in terms of the, so that moved from initially in Detroit, working with Ford motor company, was there an inflection point in your career where you, you said, okay, I'm going to go with the real estate way and, and left, left the job, or was it something that you kind of did on the side and kind of transitioned to? Paul (6m 6s): Yeah. So when we launched our company, when I left Ford in 92, 93, it was actually, we started a staffing firm and I had only done a couple real estate deals on the side during those years. And honestly I hated real estate on the side, but when I had a chance to go into it full time in 2000 after we sold our company, that was, I I've honestly loved it ever since. Fair enough. Jesse (6m 35s): Okay. So moving on to, you know, you write this book on multifamily, we're talking today about storing up profits, the, the book I mentioned at the outset, what can you tell us for the, for the average investor that say, you know, I'll give you an example is, is invested in some real estate, maybe it's on the commercial end. Maybe you, you know, whether it's single family or whatever, pick your vertical and keeps hearing about self storage. You know, we hear it, we hear it up here, you know, in the Canadian context, our friends to the south, we hear it constantly being brought up. I think I mentioned before we had Brandon Moore or Brandon Turner on talking about self storage, but for the average investor, how would you describe the self storage vertical? Paul (7m 17s): Yeah, so we, you know, we'd beat our head up against the wall for years looking for multifamily. And as I, you probably didn't know I'm old or, and, but seriously, those watching her going, he's really old anyway, but seriously, we, we were w w we're more conservative every year, you know, that I get, and, you know, I wanted to focus on investing and not speculating after making some mistakes in that arena. Hence the podcast name, how to lose money, but we, you know, really felt like it was like we were at the risk of overpaying for multifamily. And unlike you, we didn't have a great acquisitions team finding those under the radar deals. And we found out that there were 53,000 self storage facilities in the us. That's the same as subway McDonald's and Starbucks combined, but three out of four are run by independent operators. And half, two thirds of those are actually run by single facility owners, which is also known as mom and pop owners. And these mom and pops typically. I mean, first of all, the cap rates have compressed so much in the last eight or 10 years that they've doubled the value of their facility. And many of them did that by doing nothing except maybe staying the way they were, which is sometimes not always, but sometimes kind of mediocre. And so the opportunity for a medium sized company to go in and buy these facilities with this incredible intrinsic value, which I'll get into in a few minutes is enormous. And we hadn't seen anything like that in multifamily in a long time. So we transitioned from multifamily to self storage, and then eventually also adding mobile home parks in 2018. And it's just been great. I mean, here's a couple quick stats. I mean, a couple quick issues to consider one would be that, I mean, if I'm renting a thousand dollar a month apartment from you and you raise my rent 6%, I might leave rather than commit to another 60 bucks a month or $720 a year. But if you are renting me a self storage facility or unit, I should say, and you raise my rent 6%, well, you know, if it's a hundred dollars a month going to 106, I'm probably not going to spend a weekend rent a U-Haul get my buddies together to move my junk. I mean, excuse me, my treasures down the street, just to save six bucks a month. And that's one of the reasons that prices are so inelastic. And what I mean by that is, you know, I mean, they typically users don't leave because you raise the price, especially since most of the tenants think, Hey, I'm only going to be here a few more months anyway, and it's a month to month lease. Well, that month to month lease has another benefit. And that is, it allows us to capture inflation. Think about it. Imagine my, my friend who has an Amazon sorting facility and has a 20 year lease on it, what's going to happen. If inflation goes way up, well, he's already locked in, or the guy with the warehouse, you know, that rents it for 10 or 20 years or a medical building. But this allows you to capture inflation increases, you know, potentially as much as every month. So we love that. There's also a ton of value adds. Now, Jesse, the first time I heard value add self storage, I literally laughed. I thought, what are we talking about here? Four pieces of sheet metal, some rivets, a floor and a door. How are we going to do value at where where's the pain? Where's the fake hardwood flooring, where's the bark park. You know, none of that was available. And I had no idea. There were a significant number of value adds in self storage. For example, adding you hall now, adding you hall can, you can put a U haul out in front of your facility and with no cap ex nothing out of pocket, you can generate between one and $5,000 a month in commission, let's say it's $3,000 a month. That's $36,000 a year using the commercial value at, I mean the commercial value formula, you know, 36,000 a year divided by, let's say a 6% cap rate. That's a $600,000 increase in value just by setting up a U haul operation at your facility. You can also sell locks, boxes, tape scissors, other retail items. You can add late fees. You can throw out bad tenants. A lot of these mom and pops have a lot of delinquency. We invested in one self storage facility in grand junction, Colorado that had 80% delinquency, 80% of the tenants weren't paying or were paying late. And so there's just a lot of stuff you can do. You can add boat and RV storage, which is really popular. These days, you can add temporary storage like those, you know, storage, those boxes, and you can, there's so much, you can do two. And when you, you know, when you add the value formula and then add a little bit of safe leverage, it can really, really juice investor returns. Okay. Jesse (12m 42s): So I have a couple questions to start with, but just, just so I understand that correctly on the value add thing. Cause I, I never heard that concept before, either in terms of, so for example, the U haul, you basically just like you would see some industrial sites with multiple tenants that UCLU haul truck onsite, basically. That would be you, you basically getting the income for having that URL there and having individuals that are, that are tenants of yours renting that, is that correct? Paul (13m 11s): Yeah. It wouldn't have to be tenants. Basically. You've got to, hopefully you've got a great location with high visibility on a main road you better. And these you halls will be sitting out front. People would book them from your location. And then the one catch is you have to have an employee there to check them out, you know, to sign the paperwork. And then when they come back in to sweep it out. So if you already have an employee think about self storage, how up and down somebody's hours are. I mean, I can imagine them sitting there for hours watching the security screens and Netflix. Well, you know, it's not really a huge increase in cost to do that, but you get commission from you hall for doing this. Jesse (13m 50s): It also be fair to say let's loop in Canada. Let's just say Canada is a big state and where you would be similar to New Jersey, New York, California. And I think Maryland in terms of rent control, the ability to remove tenants because of delinquency like you're describing here, is it, does it fall under the landlord tenant regulation in states or is it easier to, to remove them? Paul (14m 16s): Yeah, that's another benefit of self storage is there's no eviction moratorium from COVID or from anything else, even in the height of COVID we were able to evict tenants. So that is another benefit for sure. Jesse (14m 31s): I think the reason I bring up those states is those are all states with some form of rent, stabilization or control. And it's, it's a big factor up here, and I know it's a big factor in those states. So another appealing aspect, it seems of self storage, Paul, in terms of, so you talked, you opened the book with these, you know, different reasons that that self storage is an appealing asset class. And then you move into the ability to actually break into self storage. Cause you know, some people, if they're looking at these larger commercial deals and I think you're bringing up seven different paths about how you could get into the self storage space. Could you talk a little bit about that? Paul (15m 6s): Yeah. I, I wanted to write a book for bigger pockets on seven unique paths to get into commercial real estate. But instead I actually devoted the last one third of this book to that topic. And so this would apply to most, any commercial real estate. I think it's really hard for a lot of people, including myself for years to try to figure out how do I get into commercial real estate? And so the seven different paths real quick are one, some people call it stacking based on Brandon's a nomenclature there basically it would be buying a small facility, fixing it up, leasing it up, possibly refinancing, but more likely selling it and then going on to a bigger facility and then just rinse and repeat over and over. I know that works. It's a long and winding road to the top, but it definitely will work. A second path would be being a capital raiser. Now here in the states, you've gotta be really careful with the securities and exchange commission if you're raising capital for other people's deals, but if you're a partner in the deal, or if you can work your way into a partnership with somebody for a raise and you raise the capital, that could be your specialty. And a lot of people do that are really good with people. They might have social media skills or podcasts, and they can raise a lot of money for other people's deals. Some people have started their whole company by raising money. First Whitney Sule from the real estate syndication show. That's how he started. And he is just a master. Now at multifamily, he's raised a whole lot of money for his own deals, but he started as a capital raiser. Third would be a deal finder deal finder would be somebody who sort of serves hopefully legally in the role, similar to a commercial real estate broker and somebody who basically goes out and finds deals. And then instead of getting a commission, they'd say, Hey, look, I like to get a piece of ownership in this deal. I'd like to stay involved and I'd like to do this over and over. And eventually hopefully, you know, you get to be a partner in that company or maybe another one. So deal finder is third. Fourth would be go big where you just start out at a high level. Let's say you won the lottery or, you know, retired from the NFL or you just have access to inherit it or your own money. You sold Bitcoin or something. And you can just start out at a high level and people do that. It's, there's some challenges with that. Of course, path five would be, get a job. Now, most of your listeners probably thinking, I'm wait, I'm listening to Jesse to get out of my job. I don't want to get a job. Well, there are some benefits, especially if you're young to getting a job in property management or as a commercial broker or a commercial mortgage broker, possibly an asset manager, there's different things you can do to learn the lingo, learn the business, meet the people, get the connections and work your way into a career. Six path would be taking the passive path. And that would be, you know, just becoming a professional or even a non-professional passive investor. Let's say you've got the money, but you don't have the time. You just need to do a great job. Vetting a great syndicator, check out several of them, use Bryan Burke's book, the hands-off investor, and go out. And that an organization that you can invest with and get, you know, essentially sometimes even higher returns than you'd get by yourself. But somebody else is doing the heavy lifting. The seventh path is finding a mentor or a paid coach. And that would be, you know, finding somebody who will be willing to bring you into their training program or even somebody usually locally who will let you, you know, you trade your services for them, you know, the opportunity to hang around their office, get to know the product, get to know the company and the business as a mentee to that mentor. So those are the seven paths I talk about in the book. Jesse (19m 5s): Yeah. What a great recap. I don't think I've, I've heard that in one, in one fell swoop, but that's pretty much covers everything. I didn't know that about Whitney. So for those interested, the syndication show, I believe it's called a fantastic podcast with Whitney and Brian Burke. We've had them on a number of times. I can't recommend that book enough. One thing I love about the book that he has is so many books are not from the limited partner's perspective, they're there from the, you know, the capital raiser or the, the GP. So it's nice, even as a GP, you really want to understand both sides of the coin. So I'd recommend that to anybody that is interested. So Paul, from, from that outset, you know, you have these benefits of, of self storage. We go through this crazy time in the last two years, you know, the world has, hasn't probably one of the biggest health concerns of my generation. At least if not the last century and then various asset classes perform some not so well, some very well, how did self storage perform over the last two years? And maybe it's just in addition to that, what are the risks? If, if any, with self storage? Paul (20m 13s): Yeah, let me start with the risks. Cause I don't want to forget that it's really important. The biggest risk in self storage is really during the lease up. That's the time of the risk, at least. So in other words, we invested in a non unstabilized asset in Bradenton, Florida on a main road in a very, very booming area that had 29,000 new residential units being built in that area. Well, it was great until we tried to fill it up and that two new competitors, large national competitors had also built new facilities right down the road and the due diligence people miss this in that process, it just happened to fall right before they were really evident at any rate. So it was harder to fill up that facility. It took two years longer than planned. And I think that is the biggest risk is large national competitors nearby by the way that eventually sold for an 80% profit to the investor. So it was great, but at any rate it was a hard road. So that's the number one risk would be competition, especially when you're unstabilized and leasing up. Other risks would include, of course, this is true for anything, a bad operator, you know, a great operator can take a mediocre deal and make it good or even great. A terrible operator can destroy the best deal on the planet. And so bad property management, bad operator, those would be other risks with self storage, overestimating. Your ability to raise rents would be another one. You know, your, Hey it's 20% below market. Yeah. Well, there may be a reason for that. So really just, you know, things like that would be the major risks. I think if we drive around a lot of us, see just self storage in the, in the states everywhere. And we're wondering why this has gotta be overbuilt. Well, I can take you to Nashville and show you, drive you around Nashville and show you why it is overbuilt. There's too many self storage facilities in too many locations around the city, but then I can drive you 20 minutes south to a suburb, a nice suburb Bellevue or Belmont they're neighboring suburbs. And they're completely underbuilt in fact, there's huge under supply there. And so this is why it's really important to invest with a great syndicator who uses tools like radius plus to check out, you know, the number of square feet of self storage versus, you know, the market, you know, the demographics, the number of people there. So that's some of the risks as far as how it's done since COVID, it feels like you threw me a softball there, but I don't think you did the wall street journal, New York times, business wire and others have recently written articles basically saying that co that self storage is the big star in commercial real estate. Since COVID during COVID, we had students moving out of their dorms and their apartments, not knowing. I mean, the first weeks of COVID in March of 2020, what's going to happen. We got to put our stuff in storage. Will we come back in two weeks when they flatten the curve or will it be two years we don't have. And so that, that was a nice little initial bump. Then there was the eviction moratorium that didn't happen, self storage. And then we have these unfortunate situations. I'm not making light of this, but a self storage thrives during the four days that's downsizing, dislocation, divorce, and death. And we had some of all of that going on during, and since COVID, let's look at dislocation, I mean, people have been moving in droves from places like Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and LA to smaller towns or different places like Utah and Texas and Florida and Charlotte and well, a lot of them need self storage along the way. And so let's take dislocation as an example, Jesse, I mean, look in the last year at the massive number of people who have moved from places like New York city and Chicago, LA San Francisco to places like Utah and Texas and Scottsdale and Charlotte, a lot of these people need self storage along the way other people, you know, are moving for different reasons. There's been a lot of stress. There's been, unfortunately, a lot of divorce, there's been some death. And so there's a lot of, you know, reasons that self storage is actually, you know, doing better right now. And another factor most people don't talk about is the price of steel and other building materials. Plus just the labor is in massively short supply. And so it's held up some self storage projects from coming to fruition. So the competition is actually lower, at least in these last, you know, let's say six to 12 months or more. And so really nobody would have dreamed, we thought self storage and we said self storage would do well in recessions. Nobody had any idea how well self storage would do during this pandemic. Jesse (25m 37s): Yeah, it makes sense. And just kind of from an anecdotal point of view, I can't, I can't remember a time where I've kind of put something in storage and I haven't used that storage for an extended period of time. I feel like, like you said, I believe you use the, the word inelastic. My, my very technical economic term would be sticky. It's just that aspect where once people store something in an area, like you said, you know, if you go from a hundred to a hundred, $6, is that going to make me move it probably not. You know, if you go up some crazy amount, then you might move the needle. One thing I'm curious about I've, I've always been curious about the underwriting when it comes to self storage, because we always talk about self storage in the real estate context. I'm curious if that translates to the underwriting of the deal. And for example, you know, I somewhat of a rule of thumb when it comes to looking at multi-racial properties is an expense ratio of 40 to 50% know it'd be a good rule of thumb to do a back of a napkin calculation. Is that are the metrics with self storage? What would they be most similar to in the real estate space? Paul (26m 44s): I mean, that would be very similar to multifamily, but the operating expenses would be, I think about, I believe they would average something like 32% on average for most facilities, as some of the automated facilities have a lower expense ratio, but at the same time they can't have you all, they can't have showroom items like, you know, the retail items we discussed. And so their revenues might be a little lower as well. But yeah, other than that, you know, the, the revenues and certainly the value formula is quite similar. Jesse (27m 20s): Fair enough. I just want to be a little bit mindful of the time. We do have four questions. We ask every guest when we wrap up here, but before we even get there, I'd like to get your thoughts on 2022 and maybe beyond in the relatively short term. And maybe we could talk about that a little bit in the context of self storage. And then, you know, if you want to opine on the broader real estate market, I'd love to get your thoughts. Paul (27m 45s): Yeah. I used to make predictions when I knew nothing. And now that I know a little more, I don't, I mean, I've noticed that Charlie Munger, Warren buffet, Howard marks, those guys won't make any predictions of the cycle. Howard marks of course reminds us to, even though we can't know when the cycle is going to change, we should act appropriately for where we are in the cycle. So one thing we have here is this is a 10 real $10 trillion bills from Zimbabwe. And it just reminds me as I'm sitting here, you know, that we are in a real inflationary time and it might not be transitory. And so I think that is something that, you know, self storage has going for it. Like I mentioned, it allows you to capture that inflation real time. And if it, you know, if deflation hits, it would allow, you know, you, that happened as well. I guess Jesse (28m 40s): I would just say, I heard one of the best definitions from Howard marks when he said, if you want to define the, the cycle and in this could go for real estate as well. He said, stage one couple forward thinking. People realize that they think the market's going to get better stage two, a broader economy, and people realize it is getting better. Stage three people think it's going to get better forever. And he's like, I don't know why you need a better definition of that. And it it's people, you know, listening to this, they know I'm a big Howard marks fan, but I mean, it's a great, it's a great point. And one thing I've, I've said a number of times is when my mentor, he said, you know, real estate is one of those few industries where you can actually charge your customers are downloaded inflation to your customers. I E tenants. And it sounds like self storage is a continuation of, of that. If not in more real time, given the fact that sounds like you could, you can do it on a monthly basis. Paul (29m 35s): Yeah. Right. That's exactly right. Jesse (29m 37s): All right, Paul, we, before we get to the final four questions here, I thought I would ask you why it is important for investors or entrepreneurs to find their, why. Paul (29m 47s): You know, I woke up at 33 years old on October 7th, 1997. And I had a couple million dollars in the bank, which was completely unprecedented for a, you know, for me and I wasn't any happier. I wasn't any more, you know, like I didn't, I felt a little more successful than I did the week before, but not a whole lot. I think it's really important for people to find their big, why, you know, studies show that if you make over $95,000, I mean, let's say you make 950,000 or 95 million a year. You're not any happier than you were at 95,000. So we really need to have something else to live for. I think we were created for more. And so I really would recommend people find a big why for me, it's a it's it's regarding human trafficking. You know, if you took the record profits, not the average, the record annual profits of apple, general motors, Nike and Starbucks, and you added those together, double that number. That's the approximate profits projected from human trafficking every year. And I'd like to believe if I was alive in the 18 hundreds, I would have been an abolitionist fighting against slavery. And if I was alive or if I was an adult in the 1960s, I would have been fighting for civil rights. Well, this is a civil right. And it is slavery and it's happening right under our noses. So my company Wellings capital is dedicating ourselves to try to free 5,000 slaves in the next five years from human trafficking. And I'm just recommending, you know, on a broader point that everybody finds something you're passionate about. That's bigger than yourself or your business, Jesse (31m 28s): Dear. And I think it's important as you know, we do or individuals get successful individually or with their companies in our case, in real estate that you CA you figure out what those things are and you know, that human element of, of being, being successful or prosperous. Okay, we are going to switch it up to a four questions. We ask every guest, if you're ready to go, I'll fire them out. Yeah. Paul (31m 51s): You bet. What's Jesse (31m 52s): A one thing Paul, that you know, now that you wish you knew when you started investing in real estate. Paul (31m 58s): I wish I hadn't known the difference between investing and speculating and investing is when your principles generally safe. And you've got a chance to make a return. Speculating is when your principal is not at all safe and you've got a chance to make a return. You know, they say low risk, low return, high risk leads to not high return. It's actually the possibility of losing all your money or making a high return. I wish I'd have known the difference when I started and lost a bunch of money early on. Jesse (32m 27s): Yeah. I mean, it goes back to Howard marks where, you know, you have that curve where he's like, well, if high, if high risk means high return by definition, that is not that's impossible. It's it's, that would mean that it's certain it's, it's obviously the higher, the risk, the higher expected important expected piece there a return. Right. Okay. Number two, your view on somebody that's entering our industry, a younger person, what would you say to them in terms of mentorship and, and getting started? Paul (32m 59s): Yeah, I would actually. So bill gates became the wealthiest guy in the world through three simple steps you can take right now. Number one, I'm sorry. I had to do that. Number one, he decided at a very young age, what he wanted to do, and he's stuck in that lane. He did not very, he said no to 10,000 distractions to stay focused. Number two step, he, all he partnered with, or he actually found a company that would partner with him who was the biggest wealthiest, most influential company in that business, the tech world. And that was IBM. Then third, here's the surprise. He did everything in his power to make them successful. When he did that, he quickly became the wealthiest guy in the world at a pretty young age. And so I would say following bill gates steps, you know, try to figure out what you want to do. Say no to distractions, find a big organization. Who's willing to partner with you and do everything you can to make them successful. That's great. Okay. Jesse (34m 3s): Number three, what is one book you just are constantly recommending to people? Paul (34m 9s): Well, I was going to recommend Howard marks mastering the market cycle, but since your listeners are already familiar with that, I would go back to my second one by Jay Papasan and Gary Keller. The one thing, yeah, Jesse (34m 21s): That's a great book. And you know what, it's funny with mastering the market cycle. That is one book that's fairly hard to find on. I think it's on audible. If you want to listen to the audio version, but maybe, maybe I'm not looking hard enough, but I books, I, it was more challenging to find. All right, Paul, I think we're going to get an interesting answer on this one. My favorite Bloomberg question, first car, make and model Paul (34m 46s): 1969, black Ford Mustang with the hood scoop Jesse (34m 52s): 1 64, a oh 69, sorry, 69. I was going to not quite as cool. I was going to say the, would that be similar to the a, was it the 1970 was Mach one with the, with the kind of riveted Fastback. Paul (35m 8s): Yeah. Well, interestingly, my hood was an aftermarket hood and somehow or another, I ended up with a Fastback hood with the turn signals out on the hood, you know, with my 1969 car. So Jesse (35m 23s): Yeah, and I think that car was a, it was an Evie electric. Now I'm just joking. I feel like, I feel like this question is slowly, slowly going to get phased out as more and more people that come on just never had a first car, which is just the paradigm. Awesome. Well, for listeners that want to either, we'll put a show notes for the book for links to reach you, but where would the best be the best place be to, to connect with you? Paul Paul (35m 51s): Jessie, I'm sure you can relate to this. When I, all those years, I wanted to transition from residential to commercial. I didn't know what to do. And so I've written a guide for people, free guide for people who want to learn, how to make that transition. And it's at Wellings capital.com/resources. That's w E L L I N G S capital.com/resources. Jesse (36m 14s): My guest today has been Paul Moore, Paul, thanks for being part of working capital. Paul (36m 20s): Thanks, Jesse. It's prey to be here. Jesse (36m 29s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five-star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one take care.
MY FIRST GUEST IN SO LONG! I met Amber thanks to a Facebook friend when I announced my own diagnosis. We quickly connected and I learned her story is UN-BE-LEIVE-ABLE... She learned at 24-years-old (just last year) she had Stage 3 Triple Negative Breast Cancer.In part 1, Amber and I dive into how cancer turned her life upside-down from moving her wedding up by two months to leaving her job and so much more. After 16 rounds of chemo, 4 fertility shots, a double mastectomy surgery, 25 treatments of radiation, a reconstruction surgery, and officially being she is cancer free, Amber shows us how to face fear from the inside out.SUPPORT THE SHOWFUCK CANCER MERCH IS LIVE! Visit facingfearwithsara.com/merch MAKE A DONATION - 100% of the contributions provided go towards purchasing tools to grow, develop and advance Facing Fear at facingfearwithsara.com/donateLEAVE A REVIEW - Tell me what you think using the Apple Podcasts App or Facebook.CONNECT With the guest at on Instagram @amb_vermeulen or Facebook @AmberVermeulenSubscribe to the monthly newsletter at facingfearwithsara.comInstagram - @facingfearwithsara, @saramcinerneyhauckTikTok - @facingfearwithsara Facebook - @facingfearwithsaraWebsite - facingfearwithsara.comYouTube - Facing Fear with SaraEmail - email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.facingfearwithsara.com/checkout/donate?donatePageId=5f4e4328efa7cf4ad82065ca)
Rapha presents Talking Luft! G'day everyone, Talking Luft is back for 2022! But what is Talking Luft? Well, it's really just a little extra chat I have with guests that I speak with on Life In the Peloton the previous week. A bit like the DVD Extras, it's the break away series where I try to find out that little bit more about them and their cycling style. It's a little bit laidback and a lot of fun. This season I've broken the episodes up into 4 topics: Style, Bikes, Culture & About You - with an exciting bunch of new questions for 2022. On last week's episode “How not to train like a Pro," I spoke with my old coach, and returning guest, Kevin Poulton about entering a new era of my life - life after pro cycling - and how I go about training now while still keeping as much form as possible. Both Kev and I had already featured on Talking Luft, so I was searching for a new guest that would fit. Meet local Melbourne cycling legend Allan ‘Alby' Iacuone. He was previous Australian champion in 1994, rode professionally overseas many moons ago and has continued to hold his form while rejoining the rat race of normal life. He has mastered the 'How to not train like a pro' while continuing to hold pro form! The perfect guest. Alby has a very likeable personality as you'll hear, he is currently the coordinator of the Rapha Cycling Club and is known around the Australian cycling scene as a real local legend - the perfect guy to talk some Luft with. It was great recording at the Melbourne Rapha Clubhouse and I loved hearing Alby's stories. Enjoy the first ep of 2022 and stay tuned next week for a great new episode of Life in the Peloton with Stuart O'Grady. Cheers, Mitch Show Notes Watch the highlights that we chat about for Alby's 'Most Rewatchable Race' - the Tour de France 1992 - Stage 13, it's epic! https://youtu.be/JbDLVTMr0V4 . . . This episode is brought to you by Rapha, makers of the world's finest cycling clothing & accessories and the worlds largest cycling club, RCC. Find out more about Rapha: their kit, their club, their events and awesome clubhouses at rapha.cc. . . . Episode breakdown: 0:00 to 2.30 Snippet from LITP Episode 1- How Not to train like a Pro with Kevin Poulton 2:30 to 6:10 Introduction to Talking Luft presented by Rapha 6:10 to 19:55 Introducing Alby Iacuone 19:55 to 43:20 Talking Luft! with Alby 43:20 to end Outro Listen Listen to this series on at Spotify, Apple Podcasts, GooglePlay, Stitcher or your favourite pod app. Keep in touch Find all our episodes, LITP news and merch on our website www.lifeinthepeloton.com Listen to our short spin off series Talking Luft presented by Rapha – much like DVD Extras, every second week. Follow us on socials: Instagram: @lifeinthepeloton Twitter: @lifeinthepelo Merch LITP x ÇOIS Cycling: Find the last sizes of the Road Worlds Collection at coiscycling.com. Snapbacks have now been restocked. Shop now! LITP Cycling Caps: Jump over to our online shop to grab one. Shop LITP casual Merch anytime online at our store. From casual caps to mugs, embroidered tees, logo tees, sweaters and much more.. Theme Music The theme music for Life in the Peloton was composed by Pete Shelley, who was lead singer of the punk band Buzzcocks. It was commissioned by the production company behind Channel 4's coverage of the Tour de France in the 1980s and was used as the theme music for the nightly highlights show. Pete died in December 2018. We were given permission by Pete's widow and his manager to continue using the music for the theme tune to Life in the Peloton. To hear more about the music, listen to the Andre Greipel episode of Life in the Peloton. Subscribe Sign up to Life in the Peloton email updates to get the latest episodes and merch news straight to your inbox.
I do think our views shape the representation of the figures, and the representation of the figures shapes our views of them. Show Notes:Carol Ann Lloydwww.carolannlloyd.com@shakeuphistoryCreative Director: Lindsey LindstromMusic: Inspiring Dramatic Pack by Smart Sounds via Audio Jungle; Music Broadcast License
Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1482969576170090498 CW: Suicide, Hate Crimes, Police Brutality It's Candyman Week on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey dip their toes into the race discussion before immediately admitting that they don't have the expertise required to discuss it with any authority. It's fun! The Classic Film: Candyman: Day of the Dead (1999) "The Candyman is back, trying to convince his descendent, an artist, to join him” (IMDb.com). Candyman 3—following another location change to Los Angeles this time—isn't good, but it isn't as bad as you might think. It's certainly no Farewell to the Flesh. The Modern Film: Candyman (2021) "A sequel to the horror film Candyman (1992) that returns to the now-gentrified Chicago neighborhood where the legend began” (IMDb.com). This new Candyman is an updated take on race relations in America and tries to adapt the Candyman mythos to its modern setting, mostly successfully. It's compelling and beautifully shot if not at all scary. Audio Sources: "The Candy Man" written by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley and performed by Sammy Davis Jr. "Candy Man (Instrumental)" produced by Stage & Screen Music Ltd "Candyman" (2021) produced by Monkeypaw Productions, et al. "Candyman: Day of the Dead" produced by Artisan Entertainment & Aurora Productions "Fill Me with the Gobi Desert" (from "Glorious") written and performed by Eddie Izzard "Jsu Garcia ALS IceBucket Challenge & Nomination" via MSIA LiveOnline @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkfyRXsATDc "The Mask" produced by New Line Cinema & Dark Horse Entertainment "Pet Sematary" written by Dee Dee Ramone & Daniel Rey and performed by The Ramones "Urban Legend" produced by Phoenix Pictures, et al.
Truckers Stage MASSIVE Protest Blocking U.S. Border Defying Vaccine Mandates, Shortages Get WORSE. Canada's new plan to require all truckers entering to be vaccinated is causing a major crisis. As food shortages hit maybe democrat state and cities the last thing needed is for Truckers to bow out. Without truckers food and goods will not reach cities. Yet politicians like Trudeau and many democrats seem oblivious to how the economy actually works #Truckers #Democrats #VaccineMandate Become A Member And Protect Our Work at http://www.timcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If the past 18 months have taught us anything, it's that virtual selling is here to stay. And, in order to master the new art of modern selling, sales leaders must tap into the prospecting power of the social selling tools at their disposal. Because those sales reps that know how to personalize their outreach, engage prospects in meaningful conversations, and quickly identify the most pressing pain points, will have an unfair advantage well into the future. No one knows how to leverage social media to close deals better than my guest on this episode of the Modern Selling Podcast. Alyssa Merwin is the global Vice President of LinkedIn Sales Solutions, one of the company's fastest-growing lines of business. In her role, Alyssa leads the global sales organization to help companies around the world engage with LinkedIn's community of nearly 800 million members, connecting buyers and sellers to support organizations' business objectives. With more than 20 years of experience in the sales industry, Alyssa has a proven track record of achieving strong business results and managing high-performing teams. Since joining LinkedIn in 2011, she has held numerous leadership positions, and most recently served as Vice President of Sales Solutions for North America, during which time the business experienced tremendous growth. Outside of LinkedIn, Alyssa is a member of the Sales Impact Academy's Advisory Board, an investor and advisor to Black Star Fund, and an investor in Stage 2 Capital. Prior to joining LinkedIn, Alyssa spent nine years at CEB, now Gartner, and held various sales positions during her tenure. When it comes to keeping the pulse on sales – what works and what trends to look out for – Alyssa's genius is truly unmatched. If you've been looking for proven strategies to get more “hellos” and make your prospecting more efficient and effective, then tune into this strategy-rich conversation with Alyssa. You'll walk away with at least 5 actionable LinkedIn prospecting strategies to use by the end of this episode – guaranteed! How has prospecting changed in a post-COVID world? Since early 2020, I've personally witnessed radical shifts in how sales organizations are both reaching out to their prospects AND how they're training their sales teams. When you study the effectiveness of strategies like cold email outreach, it starts to paint a very different sales picture that all sales leaders must be aware of. In my research, I've found that the number of sales emails sent has increased by 60% since 2020, however, the response rates have plummeted over 30%. So, it's not just about having more touchpoints with your prospects. Selling in this new virtual environment is all about having the right touchpoints, that convey the right value and that address the right pain points. I asked Alyssa to share what she's seen as the sales leader of LinkedIn in terms of how the pandemic has reshaped the sales industry: “Virtual selling will be core to how we all go to market from here on out. We've found that 70% of people go through the entire sales process without ever talking to a salesperson. They're able to find the information they need, make the decisions that work best for them, and feel more productive as a result – all in this virtual space. Like many organizations have, we will continue to need to adapt and evolve in this particular environment. At best we are looking at a hybrid approach, but we have to recognize and accept the importance of virtual selling.” I couldn't agree more with Alyssa! As the world's largest digital sales training company, we're constantly reading the market to see how we can better position our courses, find new topics to offer, and ways to better engage our prospects and customers. Many sales organizations have tried to shift to this virtual selling space by sending more emails or making more cold calls. As Alyssa suggests in our conversation, the shift that's needed has to go well beyond just doing more of the same tactical sales strategies and really get at the heart of buyer intent. Join the full conversation to hear specifically what unique prospecting strategy Alyssa recommends using to get a response back on the first outreach. How can sales organizations take a buyer first approach? Today's modern buyer is well informed. They're well researched and they know what options are available to them even before they ever get on a sales call. That's why tailoring your sales process to your prospect is so important. From how you write your outreach messages, to identifying their pain points, to the way you speak about your offering – everything has to feel personalized. I was curious to get Alyssa's take on this “buyer first” approach and how she would recommend a sales organization go about implementing this model. Her insights are spot on, “We know that our buyers are getting further through the sales decision or the buying decision before we even walk in the door. There's just so much more information available – we can easily hop onto a website, we can look at a demo, we can reach out on LinkedIn. As sales leaders, we have to recognize this new playing field and truly get clear on how we have to show up differently. Part of that is getting smart about the industry, the company, the individual you're meeting with and do it in a very detailed way that puts them at the center of the conversation.” Taking this time to do the research is such a critical step that so many sales reps overlook. That's why at Vengreso our sales team follows the “Three by Three” method before we ever reach out to a prospect. Want to hear what it is and how we use it to 10x our response rates? Download the episode and pay particular attention around the 20-minute mark. What are the most important sales trends to watch? We have to move away from the “smile and dial” prospecting strategies of the past and start to build a new level of buyer engagement. I wanted to get Alyssa's expert opinion on the state of the sales industry and where she saw the focus shifting in 2022. The way she sees it, there are three emerging trends that sales leaders need to keep a pulse on: Data privacy and compliance. The level of sophistication of online sales tools is rapidly increasing, but so too is the need to protect consumer data and private information. Alyssa strongly recommends taking inventory of the sales enablement tools you're using now and making sure they're compliant with GDPR and other data privacy standards. Buyer intent data. We have to move beyond just focusing on who to contact and how to contact them and fully understand the science of buyer intent. Knowing when and how best to engage your prospect, what buyer signals to look for, and where your buyer is in the process will make sellers much more effective going forward. Digital referrals. With platforms like LinkedIn that give you incredible visibility into the connections in your network – mastering how to ask for a digital referral will continue to be an important skill to develop. It's by breaking through the sales noise with a personal touchpoint that will separate average sales reps from those who consistently exceed quota without having to send hundreds of cold emails to do it. This is just the tip of the sales iceberg that Alyssa shares in this episode. Make sure you listen all the way until the end to hear the best digital referral process to follow. [Hint: We use it and it works wonders!]
Guests: Rep. Val Demings, Elaine Godfrey, Tess Owen, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Ezra Klein, Carol AndersonTonight: New pressure on Manchin and Sinema to get behind voting rights—as well as the Republican lawmakers who have been actively undermining our multi-racial democracy for decades. Then, four days after the leader of the extremist Oath Keepers is charged with "seditious conspiracy,” why is Donald Trump sharing a stage with a self-proclaimed Oath Keeper? Plus, Congressman Jamie Raskin on the former president and seditious conspiracy. And Ezra Klein and Carol Anderson on why the Biden presidency isn't quite going as planned.
Did you know that emceeing used to be referred to as the master of ceremonies? An emcee is part speaker, engager, encourager, and audience caretaker. Today I'm diving into being an emcee and what that looks like, so get ready and tune in!ACTIVATE will be held at the end of February and around August/September. This course combines years of my speaking career, an event planner and tour producer. You will want to be on the waitlist to access a discount and early access. Sign up, even if you aren't sure yet, because everyone on the waitlist will get a very nice discount. Who doesn't love a good deal? And the best part? There is no obligation to get on the list! Go to my website and click ACTIVATE to sign up for the waitlist. Another advantage about being on the email list? You get the details first about my new boot camp that is coming up. Don't miss it! Have you sent me a text yet? Feel free to send one to 205-964-5337. I'll look forward to texting with you. So, what is the art of emceeing? What exactly does an emcee do? I cover this and even say something that I've NEVER said before in this episode, and you're not going to want to miss this! "It is your job to care for the audience, and it's your job to connect with the audience." - Mary R Snyder.Highlights from today's episode include: Emceeing, my favorite things, and what was it called before? (3:11)How is emceeing different than a speaker with a few stories (4:43)Sometimes you have to toss out your notes and do it differently (7:12)Warm up the audience, bring them together, and engage with them (8:22)The art of emceeing is like being a speaker, and you grow in this art by doing (9:45)I'll be teaching in North Carolina in early February (11:09)Have you ever been a master of ceremonies? Or is this something that you think you'd like to try to do? I'd love it if y'all came to join the conversation in the Facebook group-Take the Stage Speakers and share with us! Or feel free to ask questions. Not on Facebook? No worries, you can always find me on Instagram or text me! I would love for you to share with me. Mentioned Resources Proclaim ConferenceConnect with MaryJoin Mary's email list! Thanks for joining me on today's episode of, Take the Stage - for Speakers by Speakers! If you enjoyed today's episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, give me a 5 star, and leave a review to help me reach even more speakers who are ready to Take the Stage. Also, don't forget to check out my website, visit me on Facebook, or hang out with me on Instagram to stay up-to-date on what's in store for you.
While we've been taught that time heals all wounds, that's not true when it comes to betrayal. I have proof of that. Over 50,000 people have taken the Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz and I've seen many, many people who have been betrayed 15, 35, 40 years ago who are still struggling to trust fully. My name is Dr. Debi Silber, and welcome to another exciting episode of A Dose of Dr. Debi! Today, we're going discuss what an unhealed betrayal looks like. In This Episode: Most get stuck in Stage 3 out of the 5 Stages when healing from a betrayal This is what unhealed betrayals look like as it relates to your work, health, and relationships Do you want to take your unhealed betrayal forward with you? Links PBT Podcasts Healed or Hardened Quiz Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz PBT Institute Membership Community Trust Again Book From Hardened to Healed Book
Synopsis When TIME magazine chose Albert Einstein as their Millennium “Person of the Century” in 1999, their profile catalogued his achievements in physics and philosophy but made no mention of Einstein's interest in music – or music's interest in him. That's where we come in. In addition to being a brilliant thinker, Einstein was a talented amateur violinist. On this day in 1934, he even performed the second violin part of Bach's Double Concerto at a private recital in New York to raise money for scientists who had suffered at the hands of Hitler. So, was Einstein any good? After that concert, the “Musical America” critic wrote, “The press had been asked not to criticize Professor Einstein's playing. Unofficially, however, they confessed to being impressed. He played, according to their report, as all great artists play, with ‘technique,' ‘expression' and a complete absorption in his music.” And Einstein himself has inspired more than a few musical works. The 1976 opera “Einstein on the Beach” by Philip Glass, for example, features a solo violinist dressed as Einstein who wanders in and out of scenes. Music from Glass's opera was quoted as an in-joke during a TV commercial showing Einstein trying to choose between Coke and Pepsi. Music Played in Today's Program Philip Glass (b. 1937) — Cadenza, from Einstein on the Beach (Philip Glass Ensemble; Michael Riesman, cond.) Nonesuch 79323
Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan and Robyn Bahr are joined by special guest Allyson Johnson to discuss Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza. Enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. For a limited time, all new Patreon supporters will receive a free Blu-ray/DVD. After becoming a contributor, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an up-to-date list of available films. The Film Stage Show is supported by MUBI, a curated streaming service showcasing exceptional films from around the globe. Every day, MUBI premieres a new film. Whether it's a timeless classic, a cult favorite, or an acclaimed masterpiece — it's guaranteed to be either a movie you've been dying to see or one you've never heard of before and there will always be something new to discover. Try it for free for 30 days at mubi.com/filmstage.
In today's episode, our guest is Anat Peri. She is a transformational life coach and the Founder and Head Facilitator of Training Camp for the Soul. She is committed to bringing positive energy, compassion, and tenacity to catalyze the elevation of life, relationship, and performance. By sharing her leadership expertise, formulas, healing modalities, and priceless wisdom from her life experiences, she helps her clients to own their power and create a life by design. Today, Anat will talk about the Mind & Body connection and the stages of life transformation. [5:20] Why should we listen to you? I am very human, and I am very much in this human experience even though I have 17 years of experience in the self-development space. What sets me apart from other people is that I have great tools to navigate everything with resiliency. [6:04] Where did these tools come from? My tools came from learning and experience. I've spent 17 years in the self-development space and eight years in cognitive work. Through that experience, I became a master of awareness. But life didn't look any different for me when I was 32 years old. I had a failing relationship, I was in debt, and I was lost in my career. So when I dived into body-mind connection, I realized that the mindset stuff I've done is so important. There was no connection to me and my body and how it puts me into a fight or flight response. [8:05] What are the steps you took, and what did you unfold? What unfolded for me was hitting my ground zero, where I didn't know what was best for me. And because I had that New York mentality, I thought I knew it all because I'm developing myself. But then, life hit me hard where I realized that I didn't know what was best for me. I didn't have anything to show for it. From there, I just surrendered to God and let Him take the wheel. It was the start of letting go, living in force, and allowing things to unfold. [9:39] The challenge I realized was if you don't know on a conscious level what it is that you're clearing out, you're not replacing it with something new. And if you're not replacing it with something new, then you go back out in your daily world, behaving the same way and reinforcing. [12:16] I just felt ready to leap. I thought I knew enough. I knew enough because of what I experienced, not so much what I learned. But I knew that I could take people to where I'd been. [13:04] Why do people take a long time to achieve transformation? The root of it is they're skipping the stages of Transformation and Healing. The first stage is awareness. It's what brings people to pick up a book, listen to a podcast, or hire a coach. You're aware of something that you want to change. So you gain more awareness for sure as you work with someone or explore it deeper. [13:48] Stage two is acceptance and commitment. This is where a lot of people get stuck, or they skip. You have to accept what you're experiencing or what happened to you without wanting to change or fix it. Often, when people approach something they don't like about themselves or something that happened to them, they immediately try to fix it. So there's already a rejection of it. And the level of needing to accept it would mean that you have to feel something that you probably don't want to feel. [15:13] Was there a moment in your life where rejection became a reality for yourself? I painted my dad as a workaholic. I love him dearly, but he worked running a hotel in my formative years, and I didn't see him often. So I made up my way of surviving it and created a picture for myself as daddy's girl. I lived in an illusion where I always helped him out. I thought that I had a relationship with my dad, but I was just his assistant. And facing that was heartbreaking to me. It was the most grief and sadness that I've ever felt. [18:35] When did you realize that you were going to become a coach? There was always that desire in me. When I was like 16 years old, my friends would come to me for advice. And whatever I said to them would always create a level of peace of mind for them. [19:12] In my first eight years of self-development, where it was a lot of cognitive type of work, I was still drawn to coaching then. But to me, it was really about integrity. It was about not starting coaching if I'm not living the example I want to give my clients. [21:16] Where does the spiritual base fit into your work? Stage three is getting to the root of it. Just like in nature, the root is not on the surface but below the ground. Sometimes, it is weaved into ten different roots. So it's the same thing where it's not just in our head. Getting to the root of it is through our physical body. It's in our emotional body, and it's in our energetic body. It's learning how to be with whatever you're experiencing at the level of sensation. [22:27] Importance of mind & body connection It's about the good or bad, and the opportunity is to start to relate to it at the energy level. And that it's just the sensation in the body. Excitement and anxiety feel very similar in our system. But the difference is the context you give to it. [22:55] It's also essential to connect it with a strong mindset because there's also a difference between feeling and indulging in emotions. Indulging happens when we have an experience that creates this emotion for us. But when we're feeling it, our mind is feeding it with more stories and evidence, and it's making more of that feeling where you feel like you are drowning. [27:05] Expanding the nervous system's capacity Trauma is any experience that your nervous system could not be with. The nervous system is just holding energy and sensations. When you observe these sensations with no judgment, curiosity, and love, you expand your ability to be with that frequency and energy. [28:54] What promise did God make to the world when He created you? Healing trauma will be normalized. And that it will be a thing that everyone knows, that they're capable, can do, and will walk towards. Key Quotes: [09:12 – 09:17] “Do it only if it calls to you. It's only a good idea if it calls to you.” [20:48 – 20:51] “You can't rob the world of the gift of you.” [26:45 – 26:51] “The things that are going to trigger you are not going to stop necessarily. Life's going to keep handing you things.” Learn more about Anat Peri on: Website: https://www.trainingcampforthesoul.com/ https://www.anatperi.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anat.peri https://www.instagram.com/trainingcampforthesoul/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anat-peri/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trainingcampforthesoul
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You are faced with a young patient with low rectal cancer who is a complete responder to neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy. He asks if he should undergo surgical resection despite the absence of visible tumour. How do you approach such a question? Join Dr. Carole Richard, Dr. François Dagbert and Dr. Maher Al Khaldi in their conversation about the Watch and Wait strategy for rectal cancer, also known as the Organ Preservation strategy. Learning objectives - To understand the rationale for Watch and Wait Strategy and the proportion of patients who become complete clinical responders. - To explain how patients under the Watch and Wait Strategy protocol should be followed up and when to consider a patient a clinical nonresponder. - To understand the inclusion criteria for patients in the Watch and Wait Strategy References In order throughout the episode [1–3]: 1. Habr-Gama A, Perez RO, Nadalin W, Sabbaga J, Ribeiro U, Sousa AHS e, et al. Operative Versus Nonoperative Treatment for Stage 0 Distal Rectal Cancer Following Chemoradiation Therapy. Transactions Meet Am Surg Assoc. 2004;122(NA;):309–16. 2. Valk MJM van der, Hilling DE, Bastiaannet E, Kranenbarg EM-K, Beets GL, Figueiredo NL, et al. Long-term outcomes of clinical complete responders after neoadjuvant treatment for rectal cancer in the International Watch & Wait Database (IWWD): an international multicentre registry study. Lancet. 2018;391(10139):2537–45. 3. Fernandez LM, Julião GPS, Figueiredo NL, Beets GL, Valk MJM van der, Bahadoer RR, et al. Conditional recurrence-free survival of clinical complete responders managed by watch and wait after neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy for rectal cancer in the International Watch & Wait Database: a retrospective, international, multicentre registry study. Lancet Oncol. 2021;22(1):43–50. Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.
Stage and screen John Hodiak returns to the podcast in two more old time radio thrillers. First, he's a fast-talking hustler who joins a group of bank robbers in "The Big Heist" (originally aired on CBS on December 1, 1952). Then, he's a deep sea diver on a treasure hunt for a lost Spanish galleon in "Gold of the Adomar" (originally aired on CBS on January 19, 1953).