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TNT Radio
Mike Netter & Tony Lyons on Deprogram with Michael Parker - 22 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 55:40


GUEST HOST: Owen Stevens GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Mike Netter is Vice Chair of Rebuild California, a non-partisan grassroots, groundswell movement. Mike is a veteran of distribution, sales and marketing. He has served in senior executive roles at Corporate Express and Staples, He is now applying his business expertise to state politics to create a powerful team of volunteers and allied organizations to further the cause of conservatism in the State of California. Mike helped spearhead the effort to recall Gavin Newsom. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Tony Lyons, President and Publisher at Skyhorse, and an attorney, was Publisher at The Lyons Press between 1997 and 2004. He founded Skyhorse in 2006 and has been involved with every aspect of the book publishing process. Starting with a small team of people, some of whom still work for Skyhorse, Tony has steadily built the company from a start-up to an increasingly prominent mid-sized publisher.

The Berean Manifesto
S3EP94- Should we be intimate?

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 56:47


S3Ep94- Should We Be Intimate? Pastor Bill And Pastor Newms  Pastor Newms: [0:00] And hello wait that's not how you start we start with, hello and welcome to season 3 episode 94 of the Breen Manifesto faith hope and love for the modern Christian I'm pastor newms and Pastor Bill is still down here. In the little corner, for the next three weeks I think it is before you start taking the big Corner again because we've got three three more weeks of this, podcast I mean of this series Pastor Bill: [0:42] I guess in three weeks I'll take the big screen back. My week was. [1:01] Rotated my mattress. Pastor Newms: [1:02] You rotated your. If that is the highlight of your week we need to talk. Pastor Bill: [1:16] That was the highlight of my week. [1:32] Yeah not a whole bunch but yeah. Pastor Newms: [1:34] We didn't stream because my week was crazy we. We did something kind of cool seven days ago that I didn't realize until tonight, because I'm real bad at paying attention to things sometimes because I'm really really bad at life we got our first donation on our. Pastor Bill: [2:23] Heights a mole air horn. Pastor Newms: [2:27] It was mr. groggy because we love him so it was it's good that we got it. But the it is you know family member so it wasn't like a random Watcher but I mean the Trevor Project, is a good, charity so you know money is money so yeah that was kind of cool I noticed it when I logged in today it was like 7 days ago and I was like oh I missed that oops that must have happened last week during church I'm bad big says you have a very weak air horn. Pastor Bill: [3:14] Yeah well. Pastor Newms: [3:15] So that's one of those things so so what else do you. Haha your your screen your mic modulation is straight up ignoring that noise and assuming assuming it's gross background noise. Pastor Bill: [3:37] That's a funny. Pastor Newms: [3:38] Like we see you put it up there we see it light up and we see you go because you're excited and then nothing. Pastor Bill: [3:45] Nothing. Pastor Newms: [3:48] It was quite humorous like. Pastor Bill: [3:51] No Sly screwdriver noise whatsoever just. Pastor Newms: [3:53] Your Sonic I think your Sonic is broken ha ha. Pastor Bill: [3:57] Sonic doesn't Sonic bro. Pastor Newms: [3:59] Yeah I think you just have an LED screwdriver so your week was just kind of normal. [4:25] Chest hair you were. Pastor Bill: [4:25] There's all still there yeah. Pastor Newms: [4:28] Um what are you looking at down there just hair that makes sense. Pastor Bill: [4:33] The top of my belly I guess I don't know. Pastor Newms: [4:35] Top of my belt I do I feel you on that one I have I have hair just the. My week was interesting I started out. Pastor Bill: [5:02] Father think too much information to know that you have hair all over your body. Pastor Newms: [5:15] But to be fair he actually has slightly more hair on his head. Pastor Bill: [5:21] We'll be fine. Pastor Newms: [5:22] To be fair or so my week was weird this week, I worked a lot I, well Monday morning I woke up and it was it was a it I'm in the middle of a gout flare, and it is painful and so I spent most of my week working and then laying down so we have there's a couch here that you can't see because Pastor bills heads in front of it there's a couch right here, we're past your bills head is and it's a futon couch that came with, when says moved in and so when he got a bed for his bedroom there was enough room in it for the couch thing and his so the little settee that was here is gone, and there's now this couch right here right here and so um, multiple times this week it was like okay I'm done with work I don't feel like going downstairs I just go over there and lay down so. Pastor Bill: [6:41] Lay down right here in the room. Pastor Newms: [6:43] I just watch whatever says was doing and then play on my phone and put my feet up and so that was most of my week, taking some extra fat. Pastor Bill: [6:55] Today I called and groggy answered the phone and he was like gnomes is asleep oh okay. Pastor Newms: [7:02] And so that's that's that's where we're going to go next the weird things that happened this weekend and my beard hair has gotten in my headset I hate when that happens the, the hair right here curls and it curls enough that it's under this that it then, gets in my ear and it I didn't straighten my beard before we started tonight so sorry listeners you had to deal with that so Friday, we had DND like normal. Your son's game that was fun but because of my increased vitamins and stuff I missed part of that because I was sick because charcoal, taking activated charcoal does some stuff to systems makes you a little sticky sometimes so we did the end, yeah we did the Indie like normal then Saturday rolled around, and we ended up canceling Monday Bible study in the morning on Saturday the family bible study because there was just a lot of family stuff going on different people in different places. Pastor Bill: [8:18] So when we do what we're doing tonight are we going to get a week ahead again. Because last week we were like we're week ahead we should pick back up next week. Pastor Newms: [8:29] I know we are but that's okay I'm just plugging through hopefully I won't get extremely nauseous directly after this and I won't, not do the post like I'm supposed to do but it will be fine we'll be fine it'll be fine it'll be fine I'll be fine. Pastor Bill: [8:49] That'll be fine. Pastor Newms: [8:51] Several people in the family bible study can't even use, which witch or listen to podcasts so Biggs will realize it glorious realize you know it is all good, I do have a couple other family members that do listen to it when the podcast comes out and we love that they do as well because that's fun. So we'll see if they notice because I'm not going to say anything this time because I said something about it last time but I'm not going to this time and so, we had to cancel it and so I was like okay and it was funny because when we cancelled it didn't the cats like the cats like new so then my my boy cat, Amy and then the other cat that hangs out in my room all the time Shila both, one of them lay on my pillow and one of them laid next to me like okay cool we're not getting up and I'm like how do they know we're not cats cats gravy like so and then we woke up and then we had. Pastor Bill: [9:59] It out of my head. Pastor Newms: [10:12] How. The the best is actually here he's downstairs groggy is and so he Chi is doing her do not leave groggy at all because she, knows that groggy leaves after dinner and he only stays one night and then he leaves and so she's not leaving, his lap, and it's a cert we call it her don't leave ritual because she just follows him around the house when he goes to get a drink or anything and then sits on him the whole time it's really funny so, groggy was some he was actually in town visiting a different family member and he called Tina and he was like can I can I come over, and she's like sure and so he came over. [11:04] And I'd lay down take a nap and so then he gets here and he like you said you called me and he answered the phone well then I had to run out because I bought most of what I needed for dinner but I didn't buy everything. And I was like okay let me go get a couple things and then I'll come home cooked dinner so came home start cooking dinner and I've got nice Grill it's not an amazing girl yeah and and groggy had no intention on spending the night or staying he was just going to stop by because he was in town, and of course that doesn't work because I'm very needy and I tend to beg, and the girls beg all the time so he of course was the cuckoo Castle spend the night so. Pastor Bill: [11:47] Mmm okay fine. Pastor Newms: [11:50] Yeah okay fine especially when Serphiona was like by the way I just made the bed upstairs I cleaned the room and made the bed so you can sleep up there and he's like but I wasn't going to, all right fine it's fine so I start to grill now a couple weeks ago when I grill. [12:10] I told Tina I was like Zaydie look, I need to clean the grill there is too much grease buildup in the bottom of the grill I need to clean the grill I need you to help me remember to clean the grill, I did not remember to clean the grill so I start grilling the burgers no big deal everything's fine everything's fine flipping the burgers once they get the the juice on the top so that. [12:39] You know you know once you know that the juice is risen so then you flip them and you know using cook them low and slow so that way you don't burn them it you know all the things you need to do go inside and I'll make it macaroni and cheese inside and I was making mashed potatoes inside and I was making I think that was all I was making, inside so now go back outside and I flip them all, and there's a little bit of a poof on one of the area's right because that happens when you are cooking Burgers over gasps you know you know cuz, grease and I'm like alright cool no problem tonight, you know Pat the top of the burger is flip you know rotating around because I do have one hot spot in my grill and rotate them all and then I kind of half turn around and the fire has not gone down it has actually caught, the bottom underneath the flame where the grease had built up. That caught fire and so all of a sudden the fire is like taller than me and, it's not hitting the house but it's taller than me and it's just fire and I'm like oh I'm sorry I crack the door and and I'm like. Pastor Bill: [13:56] This sounds familiar. Pastor Newms: [13:58] It does this is why I made you wait so that way you could and I was and I opened the door and I was like water now and they bring me this big thing, and I dump the water on it well if you smother it it does go out and so it did it went out. He's got to use more water than I know it's not how you should handle it huh. Pastor Bill: [14:19] Their edges to catch the water is that what you're saying. Pastor Newms: [14:21] Yeah yeah because they're because it was because it's it's the bottom of the grill it's the inside of the grill so once you dump the water the water you know Smothers the fire that's there, cuz I know I know grease fires a No-No you don't throw water on a grease fire unless you can smother which I did so. Pastor Bill: [14:43] Was there much you know unless you're intending to make the grease fire spread. Pastor Newms: [14:47] Yeah yeah. Pastor Bill: [14:48] Then you can add water to it but. Pastor Newms: [14:50] So Now for those of you out there in Internet land and listening land what's funny about this is, about six months before I moved from Texas to Tennessee so about almost three years ago now, zadie was cooking Burgers walked away from the grill it was an older Grill and one of the. Regulators that controls you know how much gas do you put in went out and so it started pouring gas into the grill and actually like, basically borderline flamed the grill out to which someone came running into our trailer at the time and. [15:41] Grabbed the girls one of our neighbors yelling your house is on fire grab the girls grab the cats, move the cars and we ended up with like hockey pucks and the fire department was already on its way and it was just around the corner so it was real fast but it, that was not anyone's fault this one, was straight-up my fault that one no one's fault a regulator went bad, not Zaydie this one straight up my fault so we had to throw away we had these big plastic things outside to hold it hold on my grill stuff, I melted part of the side of it so those got taken to the dump today and Zaydie dried the hamburgers because of course they were, they were I was like like moments from them being done, you know I had checked the temperature and I was just rotating to get the right amount of nice grill marks on certain ones on the outside and so I'd moved all the ones outside and sit the middle just and. [16:55] So they were still good one of them was a little overdone which I ate that one because I, only wanted one Burger anyway and so I ate the one that was a little overdone I think but it was it was good because nothing got damaged and I think a trip but and the grills functional I've already tested at clean but I so then this morning, that was my last night and so I spent like 20 minutes last night, cleaning the grill like you know just making sure it was cooled off make sure you know assessing damage you know blah blah blah and then this morning when I got up I immediately. [17:35] Went out there took apart the grill cleaned all the grease you know etcetera Etc threw everything away, but yeah so that was my humorous oh my goodness what did you just do experience, and then Biggs came over and we went to, Lowe's and got the board and the trim to frame the puzzle that we finished. [18:11] Last week week before last I don't remember which week it was, and so we glued that today and we cut the you know cut the trim so that way it's sitting nice because it's so big that you can't buy a frame for it the Frank any frame, big enough would actually have to be a custom frame not one that you can even like, go buy some pieces and you know blah blah he actually have to buy the Plexiglas Bible and it was, very expensive and so we just went and bought you know the stuff they make cork boards out of not corkboards pegboards where there, the pegboard were there glossy on one side and the other side like almost, cloth feely but it's not cloth yeah but it's composite and it's got all the holes drilled in it well we got a piece of that board that's that small thickness, pre hole cut because they sell that and so that way you can drill your own holes and just you know have it not a full pegboard. [19:15] And so we bought one of those we of course flipped it over so that glue seeps into that composite also to get that puzzle real good in, down and then we bought a trim that we did the 45 degree angles so we can put it on there and so at some point soon I'll have that and that might actually take the place of The Boondock Saints The Same, it moved I don't know for sure but I was thinking that might be one of the places that it might end up right next to the Saints I haven't fully decided I think the science might come over, and it go above the thing or the Saints might move that way I don't know where it's going to go yet, the Saints might go right here actually but, so yeah that was my crazy weekend of just like oh my gosh I can post burnt the house down. Pastor Bill: [20:15] All right oof. Pastor Newms: [20:15] So yeah and that's why I never came back after dinner when I was like we're going to stream after dinner and then I was like no we're not never mind and you're like. Pastor Bill: [20:28] Never came back. Pastor Newms: [20:29] You're like a I've never yet never came back until it. Pastor Bill: [20:32] He never came back. Pastor Newms: [20:34] Super late because I spent the whole time doing that and never never really recovered, so Pastor Bill: [20:47] All right did your your week to draw a card. Pastor Newms: [20:51] Oh We got to know the pastor's I tried to burn the house down there we're done for the week what's the most traumatic thing that happened to you this week if you had to describe your personality in terms of a farm animal. [21:11] What animal would you choose I'll let you go first Pastor Bill what animal would you be if you had to choose a farm animal, to be. What farm animal. Pastor Bill: [21:36] I guess I'd be the hound dog you know the one that when it came to the farm has a puppy it was all exuberance and and you never knew what it was gonna do and now it's old and tired and just wants to sit on the porch and. Not do anything anymore. Pastor Newms: [21:54] All right. Hmm this is hard such a hard description oh yeah I'd be an ass I would be the donkey let's be honest I'm stubborn as a mule I'm functional I'll help you if I feel like it. Pastor Bill: [22:27] Yeah I was gonna say rooster. Pastor Newms: [22:29] Where are you. Pastor Bill: [22:31] And yeah and groggy said it on a hunt witches well. Pastor Newms: [22:35] Now why do you say rooster because I'm loud and obnoxious that's rude. Pastor Bill: [22:41] Well a rooster rooster does that thing where they're protective and there they've got that caustic personality, and they'll come in they'll spur you and then a few minutes later they'll be like oh I love that you give me food and I'm gonna hang out with you and be sweet now. Pastor Newms: [23:03] I heard it I heard an interesting things. So it's one of those things where and the Lord sometimes has to whip to get me to move. The right direction I'll go. Pastor Bill: [23:33] Did you just say the Lord is your Balaam. Pastor Newms: [23:35] No I said that I am no I would never say that because Balaam was, an idiot but. There are times when yes as 80 said zaidi just said sometimes I have a really hard time listening and following, like if you pull me I'm immediately going to be like know why are you pulling me for don't you don't get to lead me I'm going where I'm going stop, but no but I need you to go forward I don't want it no and then God's like Excuse me yes you are and the little you know and you're like oh okay yeah sure we'll go that way oh I see why we were going that way that makes sense I should have went this way you're right you're right you're right yeah I suppose that's why I think of myself as a donkey I do have to wake the whole house up so that rooster would work because there are lots of days where I have to be the one to wake everybody up. Pastor Bill: [24:37] Are you more of a donkey or more of a mule. [24:46] Because like there's a donkey. That who knows why people keep donkeys I have no idea and then there's the mule which is basically half horse half donkey, which is what people actually ride on it's actually what Balaam would have been writing on it can carry packs you know and it's actually useful. Pastor Newms: [25:06] People keep donkeys to make mules I mean that's because mules can't reproduce. Pastor Bill: [25:16] Mules are yeah because once you once you mix that horse and that donkey together it's a sterile creates a sterile thing. Pastor Newms: [25:25] That's why people keep donkeys is to make mules and I've made several stubborn entity's in my life. [25:39] All right. Pastor Bill: [25:40] In the analogy of the lordly you know the Lord uses you to blah blah blah then you'd be more the mule than you would the Donkey. [25:55] Donkeys have that that rear kick that really strong beer kick and when they get spooked and so I can see them using donkeys to help guard kettle. Pastor Newms: [26:07] But wouldn't you just use cattle dogs. [26:15] I don't know I mean Biggs is more country than either of us so if he said it is probably true. Pastor Bill: [26:24] This is more country than I am. Pastor Newms: [26:25] No no he's more for me than you are. Pastor Bill: [26:35] Okay okay okay that makes sense yeah I'll give you that one. Pastor Newms: [26:38] All right so this week this week we are talking about. Pastor Bill: [26:50] Well we're still undecided bullshit. Pastor Newms: [26:51] We're talking about discipleship that's right the title of tonight's. Gross I almost said message the title of tonight's talk the meeting were having is. Should we be intimate and the reason why. Is one I like to have funny titles but more importantly is you know we're following. And working through, I'm in our personal lives because you bought the book too so we're working through in our personal lives the the book by Tony Evans, the kingdom disciples and that's what we are basing you know this discussion on is as we study this we're kind of talking about it. And that's one of the things he's talking about in discipleship one of the needs of discipleship is intimacy with God. And. Pastor Bill: [27:54] And intimacy despite modern contextual does not mean a sexual relationship. Pastor Newms: [28:04] Right. Pastor Bill: [28:04] You can have intimacy with a with with god with another human being and and not be romantic and it not be sexual it can just be a close intimate relationship. Pastor Newms: [28:15] Right and she'll like the the actual, dictionary definition is close familiarity friendship closeness, so you know words that you could also use for poor like you said familiarity togetherness. And then there is the secondary that is used nowadays which is you know the intimate act or private and cozy atmosphere. [28:51] But that intimacy that we have is important because one of the things we're always talking about is Christianity. Is not about the religion it's about the relationship and taking that step between quote-unquote salvation being a Christian that first step towards discipleship, that we take the is building that intimacy and closeness with. God having a relationship not just having a religion and one of the things that, and I found that to be a really interesting statement. So many people who practice Christianity but don't. [30:05] Do it you know they're a part of it they claim it they say they are they but they don't actually have that intimate closeness they're just following the Motions of Christianity they're not living, in Christianity and I think that is real big and happens, in the last time we had a full conversation we talked about, auditing a college course is similar to you know there are people auditing Christianity and so you know we talked about that, last time and it's the same thing there are people just walking the walk they're walking the religion they're part of the religion but they do not have the actual relationship and they're not working towards that intimacy there just. [30:52] I'm sitting in my Pew I am singing my song I am being nice to my neighbor I am paying my tithe I am doing the things God has I wrote down that we have to do and you're like whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa that's not the point, the point is the things that we do are supposed to be the outpouring of our relationship, because we want to not because we do them to be a Christian it's a it's the outpouring of it, you look like you're about to say something before I go to the next thing I wanted to say. Really cuz there was a lot of white which means you were looking something up are you sure. You do the same thing you do to me when it gets really white and you're like you're Googling something what did you refine so. [31:48] The first scripture I wanted to look at was John 15, around this intimacy aspect and we're going to start in verse 1 and then I forgot to write down the other scripture that's in First Corinthians that we're going to look at later maybe, bill can find that because he knows which one I'm talking about that was talked about but I have to find it so, I'm going to start this is the parable of the Vine, in 15 1 which is I am the True Vine and my father is the gardener every branch in me that does not produce fruit he removes and he prunes every branch that produces fruit so that it produces more fruit, you are already clean because of the word I've spoken to you remain in me and I in you just as the branch, isn't able to produce fruit by itself unless it remains on the vine neither can you unless you remain in me I am the vine you are the branches the one who remains in me and I in him produces much fruit because you can do nothing without me, if anyone does not remain in me he is thrown aside they gather them throw them up in the fire and they are burned. [33:07] If you remain in me and my work my words remain in you ask whatever you want it'll be done my father is glorified by this that you produce much fruit, and prove to be my disciples as the father has loved me I have loved you remain in my love, keep my Commandments you will remain in my love just as I have kept my father's Commandments and remain in his love I've told you these things so that my joy may be in you and your joy may be complete, this is my command love one another as I have loved you no greater love than this to lay down his life for his friends you are my friends, if you do what I command you I do not call you servants anymore because the servant does not know what his master is doing I call you friends because I've made known to you, everything I have heard from my father you did not choose me but I chose you I appointed you to go and produce fruit that your fruit should remain so whatever you ask of, the father in my name he will give you this is what I command you love one another so to a couple things I want to pull out of this one is. So often everyone quotes the one thing you know what's the best commandment you know love the got love thy God and, do that love others as yourself move on. [34:30] In this passage in John I always find it interesting jesus takes it a step farther love others because I loved you, and in that one hurts a little more for those of us that struggle with liking other people because that one is like, okay. This isn't even have like a caveat of like yourself because of yourself if you know it's just straight up like you should love others because I like you and you're like oh yeah sure and then again. Digital Data love other love one another and then it you know it goes on in the next passage about how you know the world will hate us we just talked about it in the past John 15:18 but I find it interesting love one another period, now I know periods weren't in the original manuscript but you know what I mean and it's like if the world hates you is that beginning of the next part which. [35:32] Is it stated before the love but it's stated in such a way that's like you should love everyone, a lot of people are going to hate you though and that's, doesn't matter I stated the love part first on purpose and you're like oh yeah okay that's that's that's valid so that's one of the aspects that I wanted to point out about about this is the whole thing about love is so important loving others blah blah blah but the other, what's wrong. Pastor Bill: [36:05] I had something to say two things one. And John 15:18 when it says if the world hates you would we've talked about it before but that word. Pastor Newms: [36:17] Right. Pastor Bill: [36:19] Um used there is a figurative word meaning moral world's the morally world, he's talking about the religious World there in that context if the religious order hates you. When you're loving everyone it's because they don't love me Jesus They Don't Love don't love God you know that's why they hate that you're loving everyone, um and then 1512. John 15:12 this is my commandment that you love one another as I have loved you why does this remind me of The Princess Bride. And that night the king died and Prince Humperdinck and Buttercup were married and the next day a prince King Humperdinck addressed the people my father's last words will love her, as I loved her why does it remind me of that scene. Pastor Newms: [37:16] I'm not sure but okay. Pastor Bill: [37:19] Anyway. If we compare around well God with all your heart soul mind and strength and love your neighbor as yourself if the compound that into. Love one another as I have loved you. Then Jesus could all very easily also be saying here to love yourself. The way that Jesus loves you. Pastor Newms: [37:50] That is a hundred percent accurate yes. Pastor Bill: [37:55] Right because you have to know how to love yourself and then out of that extension then you love your neighbor as yourself. How do you love yourself you love yourself the way Jesus loves you, how does Jesus love you will Jesus wants the best for you once the healthiest for you he wants it's right for you he doesn't want you have to do things multiple times he doesn't want you to be left high dry and lonely on and on and on and you know what I mean, um smell of yourself, the way Jesus loves you make those decisions that align with well what is what what is the best for me what does the person who literally died for me what would he choose for me in this situation. What you know and choose that so those are the things I had to add about that little segment there. Pastor Newms: [38:48] Okay and and I agree definitely it is it is an extremely valid point of that. As we look at what Jesus says ever or what you know anywhere in the Bible we should look at the whole thing so when we combine those two aspects it isn't interesting. Thought process. Pastor Bill: [39:22] I know I know Paul later on says no man is ever hated himself but nourishes the body I'm sorry Paul your words did not age well in that instance. Pastor Newms: [39:35] Well and I will agree and on the flip side of it. I sometimes wonder if Paul wasn't overcompensating some depressive thoughts himself it's some of what he says with a situation like that. Pastor Bill: [39:59] I think Paul does a lot of overcompensating for his own issues in a lot of things that he talks about. Pastor Newms: [40:04] Cuz it's like yeah it's a because he's so down on himself so often in other parts of scripture when he says something like that you're like. Pastor Bill: [40:15] Now guys remember I told you not to have sexual relations with other guys and then the people reading the letters are like. Is he talking to me is he talking to hear who the heck is he talking to none of us none of us here do that Paul. That's not even part of our culture Paul. Pastor Newms: [40:35] Wrong wrong letter run letter you meant to send that to the Romans. Pastor Bill: [40:41] Give it good to you must submit so there's somebody else or I don't know maybe it was just on your mind Paul. Pastor Newms: [40:47] It is interesting some of the things that Paul says often so with. [40:59] Ron God I don't worship that God why would you tell me not to do that in worship of a God that I don't worship, I'm confused so one of the interesting things the second interesting thing about this is talking about, you know a Vine and a branch and when you look at that vine and branch in a Vineyard, and I don't I only know this because of what I've been told let's be clear because I don't, drink wine like wine I don't even like grapes that much but you have to have a support structure for the vine the Vine, if it's on the ground it'll die if it's on the it's now I do know this as a fact with cucumbers and green beans that they have to have something to grow on and tomatoes to a certain degree they have to have something to grow on those Vine, they can't just grow like a potato potatoes can their Vine the grow underground and it's it's a weird I system that's true potatoes are weird fruit vegetable whatever but. [42:21] With a grape with different fruits like that it can't survive without that support structure and. [42:32] It's not going to Bear good fruit without that support structure it'll be a Vine it'll Vine across the ground it might or might not die but it's just going to vine across the ground no big deal, but it won't bear that fruit unless it has that support structure and and so often that's how we are as humans without. Does support in the relationship in the intimacy of the Christian walk we won't do the things that. We should be doing not to say that no one can not to say that no one does but the fruit that the God wants we can't produce if we're not listening to what God wants us to do, we might produce fruit but it's not going to be the fruit that he wants us to produce if we're not listening and being close with God. [43:31] So that's that was kind of the the reason why that one stood out to me was that, Vine and closeness in and the fruit that we should be showing as Christians and being a light to the world and being, you know working on building disciples and working on you know helping others to grow we can't do that unless we're close to God ourselves, obviously they have not heard from God because they're just bearing some kind of strange fruit because they are not actually close to their Branch not that we will ever name names on here, you know who you are anyway. Pastor Bill: [44:20] You know who. Pastor Newms: [44:21] You know who you are so that that's that's the one I kind of wanted to look at in that area. Did you have any other points about that before I while I look for the other verse that I'm looking for. Pastor Bill: [44:42] So I had Adam I wanted to talk about this abide thing, and it's connection with intimacy because it dare in John 15 Jesus says it over and over again if you abide in me and I abide in you. And this idea of bide it's this this Greek word Mentos minnow, and it means to stay in a given Place State relationship or expectancy abide continued well endure the present remain stand Terry, hold your own you know like. You get that idea of like in the movie 300 when they get all their Shields together in their standing their ground abide you know hold your own. Um this is the ideas that this word expresses and so Jesus uses that over and over and over again abide in me as I abide in you, and it creates this this close intimacy when you're abiding in that area but I specifically wanted to point out in John 21. [46:06] 22 it says Jesus saith unto them I'm reading out of the King James at the moment if I will that's not right why did I write that down. [46:24] Hope that's not the verse I was looking for but I wrote it down for some reason. [46:39] Who had to write that down. Pastor Newms: [46:41] It does have the word remain in it. Pastor Bill: [46:44] It has it but that's not the verse that I was going to talk about. Pastor Newms: [46:47] It has the. Pastor Bill: [46:53] Okay so we'll do it with not the reference all right so there's there's the time that you know there at the end and Jesus says go into Jerusalem and abide there until the Holy Spirit comes upon you. And so. The given these orders as a group to go and abide in this area right so most of them at this point have been doing excuse me. Ministry together you know shoulder-to-shoulder face-to-face with the people. Now they had to replace two of the disciples right at right at the Forefront there, and so they replace them with two you know two new people so 10 of these guys they've been in in the thick of it for the last three years, at this point Jesus old followers come back out of the woodwork so there's probably about 120 150 of them all biting in Jerusalem, and every day they're going to the temple and they're praying and they're talking to people and they're they're just kind of hanging out and the whole idea here is that. [48:11] They're becoming intimate with each other, because they've never had time to do that this whole time they've been focused on Jesus or focus on Ministry to the people Jesus or minister to the people not each other they're not really building these interconnects relationships. And so this is the point where they're starting to build the structure of the relationships with each other that's actually going to support the new church right the new church is going to sit on top of those relationships, and so their abiding in this area all 120 150 of them getting to know each other becoming the beginning of this structure. [48:51] But not only that, the people in the city are starting to see them and get familiar with them they're becoming starting to have this intimate idea of who these men are these men and women who they really are, can they trust them do you know do they believe in them is it somebody you would want to babysit your kids you know they're learning this about these men. So then when the day of Pentecost hits and the Holy Spirit falls on these people that are in the upper room it's people that, the Staples in the city the Craftsman the the merchants the the ladies you know that are making clothes for the kids and getting water and and cooking and all of these people, the priesthood they've all been living in and around these men. [49:47] For a certain amount of time this extended amount of time and when the Holy Spirit hits and they come out and they're speaking in tongues, and and all of these guests in the town are like who are these people that they're speaking in my own language that's the moment when the shopkeeper goes, well those are those are the good old boys they've been around for a while they I know them hey if they're saying that then it's got to be true, you know I trust them we're in cement and so we get this idea of we talk about discipleship is this. [50:22] Relationship thing and it's this idea of abiding not just abiding in The Lord of letting the Lord change you but abiding in your, area where you've been placed abiding in your secular job abiding in Wherever You Are. [50:40] And creating those relationships where people around you, see you they trust you they know you they understand you and vice versa and then when the Lord moves in your life and you say. I prayed about that and it happened or I felt like the Lord was telling me to do something and I feel like it cause this to happen those people who've been watching your life who have an intimate knowledge of you because you've been abiding, right you've created this relationship that's that's the moment when it can go from. Just a relationship too, we have a limp if you really want to know then let me tell you about the Lord and what he's done for me and what it can do for you and and lead them to Salvation, that's how this discipleship thing works it wasn't like I mean yeah Jesus sent them out in pairs at one point he said hey go out and do ministry, and if someone rejects you that's fine just walk away, he wanted them to see firsthand what it was like to go blindly into a scenario where you have no standing you don't know anybody you know trying to do ministry and they came back in and they were like it was rough out there man. [51:58] So they were learning this lesson of discipleship and intimacy and then Jesus says Angola by in. Plant yourself there you know start this discipleship campaign. And so that's what I wanted to talk about it was you know we need to be wherever you are whatever season your life is in plug in. Abide there don't. Clock in do your work and go home sure don't give your company more time than they're paying you for but your co-workers the culture there that the people that you know abide, abide in their lives abide in that area and make that impact. [52:46] Back to you Pastor newms. Pastor Newms: [52:48] Yeah and that's definitely always interesting to look at because we are we're supposed to be in the world, but not all of it so we're supposed to be in it constantly just being there with other people and and. Pastor Bill: [53:08] Oh well I'm I only hang out with my church friends I only go to church events I only. You're not being in the world you're not being out there you're not being a light in the darkness that's not what that looks like. That's. [53:28] I don't know how else to say it. Pastor Newms: [53:31] Yeah. And so it is an interesting thought of okay where are we where we abiding where are we and I found it interesting, dr. Evans when he was talking he talked about it when he was talking about abiding he talked about tea and you know some people you know up and down up and down up and down up and down up and down that's how they make their tea and then some people go teabag and then it just it abides there it stays there and, the water becomes T and if we're not abiding where we're supposed to we're not going to end up becoming what we're supposed to be, and jumping in and out in and out in and out a lot more work and which that's what I do the water gets hot you throw the tea in you do then, add the sugar later and all that jazz but yeah so. That's really all we had tonight I think you have anything else. Pastor Bill: [54:41] Nope did you not find your verse out of Corinthians. Pastor Newms: [54:43] Heidi did but I don't want to talk about it now. Pastor Bill: [54:51] Okay just put it in the text to send everybody home with and they can look it up for themselves and. [55:04] I don't think I don't think I'm going to do that I don't think so. Pastor Newms: [55:07] No it doesn't it doesn't feel right for the conversation anymore it might be it might be maybe next week we'll see maybe next week. Pastor Bill: [55:21] Same grin Time same Berean Channel. Pastor Newms: [55:31] So this podcast that you're listening to or watching, is recorded live on Sunday evenings at 6:30 central time if you go to our website EK K dot house you can see where it is that that's broadcast too. And you can it is Art which our Facebook and our YouTube you can join us on Twitch for all of our wonderful gaming nest, gaming this of hanging out with us and getting to know us better on other times as well when we do that when I do. Fail miserably at doing it. Pastor Bill: [56:19] Would you know set the grill on fire. Pastor Newms: [56:21] Yeah so yeah so that's that's all we have and I hope you guys have a great, night and I'm not sure why the dog just growled at, groggy walking through my office but we will see you guys next time. Pastor Bill: [56:45] A safe out there. Pastor Newms: [56:46] Love you guys.

Girl We Gotta Talk
Haley Staples | Finding Your Happiness Through Fitness & Nutrition

Girl We Gotta Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 47:05


In today's episode, Haley Staples joins me! Haley is the founder and CEO of Healthy Staples LLC and the Healthy Staples app. She is master fitness instructor and model from northern Virginia, currently based in LA, specializing in barre strength style workouts and dance cardio fitness. Her passion is helping beautiful souls like you become your strongest, healthiest, happiest self wherever you are, in the simplest, most affordable, most FUN, and most attainable way possible through her online membership-based platform. She found fitness in the land of fried food in Alabama, during college partying days, living paycheck to paycheck, and it took her SO long to find her way to her strongest self. She may look like she have always had this figured out but she says was 40 lbs heavier and didn't eat vegetables when she started her health journey!! Now Haley feels more alive and stronger than ever- spending time in nature, working out effectively, and eating healthy, more than she would have ever imagined before she started. She have made it her mission to pave the path to make it easier for everyone to collect simple healthy staples (her last name!) they can take with them throughout their life that build a collection strong enough to bring out your strongest self staple by staple, day by day, having fun and feeling fortified physically, mentally, and spiritually.  With each membership, Haley donates to a nonprofit, Hope to Walk, that gives the world's poorest amputees prosthetic legs at no cost to them -- so while you use your legs and get stronger with me, others in need can become stronger too. This episode was so inspiring talking with Haley about her health and fitness journey, starting her own app, and just the conversation around finding your best self through it all! Healthy Staples website & Haley's Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlwegottatalkpodcast/support

Better Money with Elements Financial
Episode 17 - Taking a Seat at Tanorria's Table

Better Money with Elements Financial

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:34


We sit down with personal chef Tanorria Askew of Tanorria's Table to chat about her work to make good food more accessible to all. We learn about what skills and tools you should always have in the kitchen - even if you're not a chef. We talk about when to buy fresh, when to buy bulk, and much more. Listen to the episode to find out how you can enter for a chance* to win a copy of Tanorria's book "Staples +5." *Better Money with Elements Financial Staples+5 Book Giveaway Contest Rules — No purchase necessary to win. Must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. Employees, independent contractors, officers, and officials of Elements Financial and Tanorria Askew/ Tanorria's Table, their affiliates, subsidiaries, and immediate family members of each, are not eligible to participate in the contest. By entering the contest, entrants agree to release and hold harmless Elements Financial, its affiliates, subsidiaries, officials, officers, employees from any and all liability for any injuries, loss, or damages of any kind arising from, or in connection with, this contest. To enter, send an email to bettermoney@elements.org with “Staples+5” as the subject line. Please include first and last name and a telephone number. One entry per person. The contest runs from September 21, 2022 – October 21, 2022. Five (5) winners will be drawn at random and contacted by Elements Financial based on the prize (shown below). The winner has 48 business hours to claim the prize. If not claimed, a new winner(s) will be chosen at random. All decisions of Elements Financial with respect to the contest are final. Prizes are not transferable, assignable, or redeemable for cash. Prizes are offered “as is”. Elements is not responsible for replacing prizes as a result of damage prior to, during or after shipping or events beyond the control of Elements. All applicable federal, state, and local taxes, if any, are the sole responsibility of the contest winner.  The winners agree to the release of their names and to be shown on social media. If the winner(s) does not accept the terms, new winner(s) will be chosen at random. One prize (winner) per person and household. There are five (5) total winners, prize includes: One (1) copy of Staples+5 – 100 Simple Recipes to Make the Most of Your Pantry ($20 Value) Elements does not endorse “Staples+5”, the author, or recipes or concepts or viewpoints  included in the book. You may also enter by printing your name, telephone number, and email address on a 3x5 index card, and mailing the entry (postage prepaid) to: Elements Financial, c/o Marketing for “Better Money with Elements Financial Staples+5 Book Giveaway Contest” 225 South East Street, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN, 46202. Elements reserves the right to amend or discontinue the offer at any time. Contest is VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.  Reference to, or information about, any specific product or service by name, trade name, trademark, or service mark in this podcast does not constitute an endorsement of that product or service.  Federally Insured by NCUA 

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Grocery price inflation hits 11% as price of food staples increase

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 2:46


We talk to Kantar senior analyst Emer Healy on grocery price inflation which has hit 11% in the 12 weeks to the start of September compared to the same period last year.

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News At One: Grocery price inflation hits 11% as price of food staples increase

RTÉ Radio Player: Latest Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 2:46


We talk to Kantar senior analyst Emer Healy on grocery price inflation which has hit 11% in the 12 weeks to the start of September compared to the same period last year.

Da Boss Experience Podcast
Here's How Business Credit Works for New Businesses - Bonus Episode - w/Michele Davis

Da Boss Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 24:48


Despite what you hear online, there is always a cost associated with starting a business. Even if you start a business online, you could potentially need basic supplies, printed materials, white board or post-its to keep you organized, a reliable laptop, and other items associated with operating a professional business.  Some entrepreneurs and even some brick and mortar small business owners typically use their personal finances or credit to cover the cost of starting a business. That's because they don't know they can apply for business credit even if the business is new. In this Bonus Episode, my special Antoinette Burke (https://linktr.ee/aburke7) and I discuss how small business entrepreneurs can utilize business credit from Office Depot, Staples, Amazon, and other suppliers to cover their business expenses. Enjoy this Bonus Episode.As a reminder, new episodes of Da Boss Experience Podcast return September 27, 2022.Antoinette Burke is a real estate agent and credit repair expert.  You learn more about her at https://linktr.ee/aburke7. GRAB MY BUSINESS RESOURCESDownload My Free High-Ticket Service Checklist(Free video training included)https://micheledavisnyc.com/high-ticket-checklistBusiness Funding for Self-Employed Entrepreneurs(Be Sure To Click the Self-Employed Tab)marketinggemllc.comStart Your Business Without Stress and Overwhelm With My  BOSS Business Launch Plannerbossbusinessplanner.comShop Da Boss Experience Podcast Merchhttps://www.dabossexperience.comShowcase Your Business On Da Boss Experience Podcasthttps://bit.ly/podcastepisodesponsorGet My 30 Positive Daily Affirmations FREEBIEbossladyaffirmations.comGet Legal Advice for Your Businessphenomenalboss.comFollow Michele on Social Media  for More Business Tips  andFacebook: https://facebook.com/micheledavisnycInstagram: https://instagram.com/micheledavisnycYouTube:   https://bit.ly/YouTube-DaBossExperiencePodcastDisclaimer: This page contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I earn a commission at no cost to you.  Support the show

Building Arensberg
Episode 97: The Easy Button

Building Arensberg

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 49:22


Remember the Staples commercial where the worker could press the "easy button" and the problems would get fixed by the Staples employee? Are you the easy button at work or home? 

Field Trip w/ Brent Terhune
Episode 95: Daytime TV Staples

Field Trip w/ Brent Terhune

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 73:28


Brent is joined by Isaac Landfert to talk about daytime TV staples, minus the gloriously bad TV lawyers. 

P3 Soul
Mavis Staples del 2

P3 Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 110:31


När Mavis gick in i extasen och släppte fram sig själv gav hon populärmusiken en ny frihetskänsla. I del två når Staple Singers det verkliga genombrottet på skivbolaget Stax då de hamnar i en grå stenbyggnad i Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Staples hade insett att det behövdes mer än tro för att bekämpa förtrycket. Och samtidigt som gospelfundamentalisterna vände gruppen ryggen var de på väg i sin mest spännande fas.Memphis verkade vara Staple Singers öde. Det var här som de drabbades av hat och rasism, det var här som deras vän Martin Luther King mördades, och det var här som de fann sitt nya musikaliska hem. Staple Singers fortsatte att göra musik i Kings anda, och skapade tillsammans med några av söderns främsta låtskrivare klassiker som "Respect yourself", "If you're ready" och "I'll take you there". Men nya utmaningar väntade runt hörnet.

TNT Radio
Mike Netter on Deprogram with Michael Parker - 17 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 55:56


GUEST HOST: Owen Stevens GUEST OVERVIEW: Mike Netter is the Vice Chair of Rebuild California and is a veteran of distribution, sales and marketing. He has served in senior executive roles at Corporate Express and Staples. He is now applying his business expertise to state politics to create a powerful team of volunteers and allied organizations to further the cause of conservatism in the State of California. Using the power of social media, Mike helped spearhead the effort to recall Gavin Newsom.

OutDaTrap
I Will Wear That Shot Out - Christopher Staples

OutDaTrap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 18:04


Christopher Staples has been golfing since he was 11 years old. He's currently a golf coach in Long Beach, California. He's also the founder of the "Pure Golf Academy" and the "Pure Flight Golf Club". And if that wasn't enough, he's the Vice President of Sacramento Area Black Golf Club. In this episode, Christopher shares how he got started in the game, his go to shot plus much more. Follow Christopher Staples:https://www.instagram.com/theswingliaison/ (Instagram) http://twitter.com/theswingliason (Twitter) https://www.pureflightgolfacademy.com/ (Website) Mentioned In The Episode:http://www.sabgc.org/ (The 3rd Annual Black Invitation) Feb. 18th 2023 Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, Sacramental, CA. Follow the Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/outdatrap/ (Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/OutDaTrap (Facebook) https://twitter.com/OutDaTrap_ (Twitter) 50 Black Golf StoriesCome be a part of this series that I'm doing. If you have ONE, memorable and entertaining golf story that you would like to share, then I invite you to take part. https://outdatrap.com/guest-interview (Click here for details)

The Overland Journal Podcast
GonDirtin on Traveling with Dogs, Overland Kitchen Staples, and their 70-Series Land Cruiser Troopy Build

The Overland Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 38:26 Very Popular


Full show notes available at Overland JournalThis episode sponsored in part byGCI Outdoor

TNT Radio
Mike Netter & Adam Loew on The Bryan McClain Show - 15 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 55:46


GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Mike Netter is Vice Chair of Rebuild California, a non-partisan grassroots, groundswell movement. Mike is a veteran of distribution, sales and marketing. He has served in senior executive roles at Corporate Express and Staples, He is now applying his business expertise to state politics to create a powerful team of volunteers and allied organizations to further the cause of conservatism in the State of California. Mike helped spearhead the effort to recall Gavin Newsom. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Adam Loew is one of the leading experts in Public Corruption in Los Angeles. He is a Partner in the citizen's advocacy company the A-Team Advocacy Group to work with whistleblowers of Public Corruption. Loew has a unique style of analyzing allegations of Public Corruption that has led to criminal investigations of prominent elected officials, and government agencies.

The Bo & Luke Show™
#127 - S5E7 - Here's what I learned in 25 years of selling with John Barrows!

The Bo & Luke Show™

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 58:19


John Barrows has been in the sales and leadership industry for over 25 years. As a result, he has held every role from making 400 dials per week to being VP of Sales at one company that sold out to Staples! These experiences have given him ample opportunity to learn what really works --and also some things you should avoid doing no matter how much time or money is on the line.John believes there's nothing more rewarding than success achieved by following sound principles rather then guesswork.  If done right, sales can be considered one amazing profession!Support the show

Exploration Local
Staples InTents: Helping People of Color Experience Life-Changing Effects of The Outdoors

Exploration Local

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 56:52


Sonya and Necota Staples started their camping journey just a few short years ago and it quickly snowballed into off-roading and overlanding. With their newfound love of glamping, they wanted to share it with their friends and family, but no one understood why they wanted to “rough it” outside. So they started making YouTube videos to educate and encourage friends, family, and the Black and Brown community to experience the life-changing effect of the outdoors. Their newfound love and passion to experience the outdoors together made such a huge impression on them, that they became full-time overlanders and adventurers.  But, there was a bigger purpose to their new lifestyle, and we unpack that in this episode.We talk about their heart for breaking down barriers, increasing diversity in the outdoor adventure travel community, and challenging the negative stereotypes that people of color don't dwell and thrive in outdoor spaces. They want to help people be comfortable, curious and confident in nature.We also talk about how the outdoors saved their marriage and set them on this path of bringing people together to experience the great outdoors.Sonya and Necota also started Black People Offroad and are the founders of The Gathering which is the largest outdoor event specifically designed to educate Black and Brown people about camping and overlanding.

Hearts & Daggers
Ep. 18: Back to School (What You Wish For + Every Heart a Doorway)

Hearts & Daggers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 42:42


Summary: If you're anything like Devin and Holly, one of your favorite smells is new notebooks, binders, pens - essentially what hits you when you walk into a Staples. Today, we're headed back to school! Holly and Devin deep dive into how school settings shape their excitement for fall, for learning, for romance, and for things that go bump in the night (for Holly, usually a body hitting the ground). As will be no surprise, they both love autumn and the way it symbolizes a return to education; these books about school only amplify those feelings as the leaves start to turn this September.  Topics Discussed: The Heart (2:57): Devin discussed What You Wish For by Katherine Center, a book that revolves around an elementary school in Galveston, TX and the librarian, Samantha Casey. Told from her perspective, the book starts as the principal, Max, passes away and is replaced by Sam's old love interest, Duncan Carpenter. Her key takeaways were: As with many of Center's books, trauma and fear play a major role in what drives the protagonists and shapes how they evolve as they either succumb to the fear or overcome it.  Duncan used to be a goofy life of the party with bright colored shirts and costumes every day, but when Sam reconnects with him at the new school, he wears grays and is as serious as a banker in a financial crisis. It's basically a reverse bad-boy trope - how can Sam get Duncan back to who he used to be?  The school setting allows for fantastic side characters like Chuck Norris, a security labradoodle who cannot seem to do his job well, Babette, the wife of the deceased principal and mother figure to Sam, and Alice, Sam's math wiz best friend - all of whom add to a vivid sense of community in the novel.  The Dagger (17:09): Holly discussed Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire, a novel that explores what happens to children after they've fallen down the rabbit hole or walked through the wardrobe to Narnia; what happens when they've found their way back to the normal world and are expected to get on with their lives? Enter Miss Eleanor West's School for Wayward Children. Her key takeaways were: The novel follows Nancy Whitman, who ended up as a servant for the Lord and Lady of the Dead after she went through a magical door in her basement that landed her in the Halls of the Dead. Sent back to the real world by the Lord of the Dead so she can make a choice on where she wants to spend the rest of her life. Eleanor's school is a haven for children like Nancy; she caters to students who have experienced “high nonsense” worlds, who were kidnapped by fairies, who apprenticed for vampires or were made princesses in a world of genteel spiders; McGuire explores representation and embracing individuality in all its forms through these students.   This novel aligns with the tradition of old British children's literature boarding school books, such as Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children or even X-Men; be warned, however, that there is more gore and murder in this one than many of the others in the canon.  Hot On the Shelf (35:35): Devin: The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon Holly: The Other Bennet Sister by Janice Hadlow What's Making Our Hearts Race (38:04): Devin: Paddle Boarding Holly: The Sandman on Netflix Instagram: @heartsanddaggerspod Website: www.heartsanddaggerspod.com If you like what you hear, please tell your friends and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify so that we can find our perfect audience. 

Mutual Growth
Startup Spotlight: Dr. Brownies w/ Toni Lorraine

Mutual Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:52


Eggs. Butter. Flour. Staples for any baker… but not all. In this episode, we're joined by Toni Lorraine – founder of Dr. Brownies - to talk about her mission to help people taste the sweeter side of life through plant-based vegan and gluten free baked goods. In our conversation, we discuss Toni's 30-year journey from restauranteur to doctoral candidate; what inspired her to pursue plant-based baking; and how she hopes her business can shift what job training programs look like. Learn more at https://www.drbrownies.com/

Dawn and Steve Mornings
Hour 2: Your New Playlist

Dawn and Steve Mornings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 22:52


Authors Jon Acuff and his daughter, McRae, provide us with an insightful resource for teenagers. Jon and his daughters have written a book titled Your New Playlist: The Superpower of Mindset. Gain understanding about your thought life and how your thoughts can work you for or against you. Jon Acuff is the New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including Soundtracks, The Surprising Solution To Overthinking. When he’s not writing, Jon can be found on a stage, as one of INC’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers. For over 20 years he’s also helped some of the biggest brands tell their story, including The Home Depot, Bose, and Staples. He lives outside of Nashville, TN with his wife Jenny and two teenage daughters.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

P3 Soul
Mavis Staples del 1

P3 Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 116:37


I två avsnitt gräver vi oss djupt ner bland soul- och R&B-rötterna (100 år), och får samtidigt berättelsen om den amerikanska erfarenheten. Mavis Staples som växte upp i kyrkan och vid frontlinjen av medborgarrättsrörelsen påverkade gospel och soul för evigt. Förkroppsligade kampen för ett värdigt liv i en ovärdig värld. En kraftgärning med ett pris. Staple Singers serverade opolerad musik bland stål och skyskrapor i ett hårt segregerat Chicago. Det lät mystiskt och gammalt, högtidligt och lantligt på samma gång. Ett mörkt, glest och nästan spöklikt ljud olikt något annat inom gospeln utvecklades, och influerade alla från Bob Dylan och Rolling Stones till Sly Stone och Prince.Mavis Staples gripande uttryck bidrog också till att föra fram Martin Luther Kings budskap, och blev ljudspåret till en dramatisk tid. Det är där vi befinner oss i den första delen som även innehåller ett möte med patriarken Pops Staples.

Seizure Salad (~Fustercluck Epilepticus~)
B-Side Diary, Sept 9th 2022: Staples for Stitches / Post-Surgery Update

Seizure Salad (~Fustercluck Epilepticus~)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 24:32


A recap of my implant surgery & following recovery. -How the RNS implant works -Pain management & the seizure meds -Mental challenges -Staples for stitches   

The Successful Contractor Podcast
Performance Management: How to Build Loyalty Through Coaching with Frank Luersen from Home Team Electric in Palm Springs, CA, and Lindsey Rice-Tait from Always Plumbing & Heating in Edmonton, AB

The Successful Contractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 79:21


Welcome to The Successful Contractor Podcast, Powered by CertainPath.  A show for residential contractors about residential contractors…  We chronicle business journeys, share insights, and celebrate successes in this wonderful industry.  Thank you to our sponsors: R.E. MICHEL COMPANY. With more than 270 sales locations coast to coast, R.E. Michel has grown to one of the nation's leading wholesale distributors of HVACR equipment, parts, and supplies. Our conveniently located branches carry an extensive inventory that meets the needs of its own market and its own customers. And if we don't have it, we'll find it. It's our mission to make the supply side of your HVACR business as easy as possible.  CertainPath members have access to a generous rebate program!  For more information, go to your CertainPath HUB, or email their CertainPath representative at  Staples- Staples is the leading provider in office supplies offering a vast selection of products and services. Over the last 2 years, Staples has also become one of the US largest janitorial suppliers as well. From your everyday business essentials to your office furniture, printing, facilities and breakroom, Staples can do it all. Staples offers benefits to help create efficacies in procurement and consolidate vendors to streamline internal processes. Visit wwww.staplesadvantage.com for learn more.  NAVAC. As a technician in today's technology-driven landscape, you know how frustrating it can be when the tools you carry fall short, and can't live up to the demands of modern-day HVAC equipment. NAVAC is keenly aware of this; and uses that sentiment as the driving force for our innovation and standards for contractor tools. With over 25 years of design, research and manufacturing for the HVAC industry, NAVAC is proud to introduce the BreakFree Power Tubing Expander. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the Breakfree Power Flaring Tool, we continue to empower contractors to automate tubing processes that will save time, energy and ultimately their bottom line. Visit navacglobal.com to learn more!” The Successful Contractor Podcast is a part of the CertainPath family.  CertainPath builds successful home service businesses—and has for 23 years.  We do it by providing contractors with a proven path to success, professional coaching, software solutions, and a member community of 1,000+ strong. Doubling your sales, with a 20% net profit, and an inspiring company culture is ALL possible.  Let us show you the way.  With CertainPath, Success is Made Certain. Visit www.mycertainpath.com for more information.

Lead Time
Systems Theory will Change Your Leadership

Lead Time

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 43:42


Join Jack and Tim as they dive into the 6 Staples of Systems TheoryThe Togetherness Forces (Connected and Separate)Differentiation of SelfTrianglesPeace Changes the SystemFamily of OriginThe Role of Anxiety

TNT Radio
Mike Netter & Adam ”Ruckus” Clark on Joseph Arthur & his Technicolor Dreamcast - 09 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:49


GUEST OVERVIEW: Mike Netter is the Vice Chair of Rebuild California and is a veteran of distribution, sales and marketing. He has served in senior executive roles at Corporate Express and Staples. He is now applying his business expertise to state politics to create a powerful team of volunteers and allied organizations to further the cause of conservatism in the State of California. Using the power of social media, Mike helped spearhead the effort to recall Gavin Newsom.

Meet The Elite Podcast
4173 Frank Staples-09 07 22-Program Director and Life Coach-Sam

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 5:43


TodCast
Pointless (not a) Debate: Paper Clips and Staples

TodCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 37:58


The Hersey boys' sister Crystal prompts a discussion, which turns into a rambling discussion of all things office supply related... Connect with the TodCast! Check out our website at: https://todcastpodcast.com/ On Twitter: @CastTod and/or @EricHersey On FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/todcastpodcast/ Send us your ideas via the website or email! Find out what Eric has been up to in the world of websites and SEO at erichersey.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/todd8/message

TNT Radio
Mike Netter on The Hrvoje Morić Show - 07 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 55:40


GUEST OVERVIEW: Mike Netter is the Vice Chair of Rebuild California and is a veteran of distribution, sales and marketing. He has served in senior executive roles at Corporate Express and Staples. He is now applying his business expertise to state politics to create a powerful team of volunteers and allied organizations to further the cause of conservatism in the State of California. Using the power of social media, Mike helped spearhead the effort to recall Gavin Newsom.

Off Book: The Improvised Musical
268. Staples: We Got That! (With Beth Appel)

Off Book: The Improvised Musical

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 58:32


WE DID IT* AGAIN (*Had a great time making up a musical with an incredible guest!) This week the hilarious Beth Appel returns to the pod for a tale of co-workers attempting to maintain a friendship post work, proper axe body spray technique, and the promiscuous lifestyle of the rich couple that lives up in the mountains. This one's probably not for kids, but also don't let us tell you how to live your life. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Beyond the To-Do List
Jon Acuff on Teaching Teenagers to Remix Their Mindset to Reshape Their Reality

Beyond the To-Do List

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 43:56 Very Popular


This week I was so happy to welcome Jon Acuff back to the show to discuss his newest book, Your New Playlist: The Student Guide to Tapping into the Superpower of Mindset. This powerful new book which Jon co-authored with his two teenage daughters is a must read for parents, educators, and mentors seeking to empower young people with the mindset and tools that allow them to not only reshape their thoughts, but change the trajectory of negative voices that often plague young people's everyday life. When Jon's previous book, Soundtracks, came out, one reaction surprised him. Parents across the country all said the same thing: "Do you have a version for teenagers? If I knew how to change my mindset when I was that age, my entire life would have been different." Why did they say that? Because truth grows like compound interest. Saving money when you're young has a bigger impact than it does when you save in your 40s. A single new soundtrack--Acuff's phrase for a repetitive thought--believed when you're 14 or 18 can change your whole life in the same way. In response, Acuff tagged his two daughters to help him create an honest, actionable guide to mindset for teenagers.  Jon Acuff is the New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including Soundtracks, The Surprising Solution To Overthinking. Jon's books have been published in more than twenty languages and his work is both critically acclaimed and adored by readers around the world. When he's not writing, Acuff can be found on a stage, as one of INC's Top 100 Leadership Speakers. He's spoken to hundreds of thousands of people at conferences, colleges and companies around the world including FedEx, Nissan, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, Chick-fil-A, Nokia and Comedy Central. Known for his insights wrapped in humor, Acuff shared the stage with an American Icon when he opened up for Dolly Parton at the Ryman Auditorium. For over 20 years he's also helped some of the biggest brands tell their story, including The Home Depot, Bose, and Staples. His fresh perspective on life has given him the opportunity to write for Reader's Digest, Fast Company, The Harvard Business Review and Time Magazine. 45 Day Extended Trial of Canva Pro - canva.me/beyond Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The Successful Contractor Podcast
Building Momentum: Buric Heating & Air Conditioning in Columbia, MD, Has Grown from $600K to (on Target) to Hit $3M in a Few Short Years

The Successful Contractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 55:27


Welcome to The Successful Contractor Podcast, Powered by CertainPath.  A show for residential contractors about residential contractors…  We chronicle business journeys, share insights, and celebrate successes in this wonderful industry.  Thank you to our sponsors: Staples- Staples is the leading provider in office supplies offering a vast selection of products and services. Over the last 2 years, Staples has also become one of the US largest janitorial suppliers as well. From your everyday business essentials to your office furniture, printing, facilities and breakroom, Staples can do it all. Staples offers benefits to help create efficacies in procurement and consolidate vendors to streamline internal processes. Visit wwww.staplesadvantage.com for learn more.  Synchrony – Ever wonder how to calculate your true cost of financing and how to fit the price of financing into your business and pricing for products and services?  In Synchrony's new and improved Toolbox website you can easily calculate your Cost of Credit, view educational videos and learn more about Synchrony's digital tools.  Simply to go toolbox.syf.com to explore and learn more.R.E. MICHEL COMPANY. With more than 270 sales locations coast to coast, R.E. Michel has grown to one of the nation's leading wholesale distributors of HVACR equipment, parts, and supplies. Our conveniently located branches carry an extensive inventory that meets the needs of its own market and its own customers. And if we don't have it, we'll find it. It's our mission to make the supply side of your HVACR business as easy as possible.  CertainPath members have access to a generous rebate program!  For more information, go to your CertainPath HUB, or email their CertainPath representative at (410) 553-3714 or tracy.johnson@remichel.com. The Successful Contractor Podcast is a part of the CertainPath family.  CertainPath builds successful home service businesses—and has for 23 years.  We do it by providing contractors with a proven path to success, professional coaching, software solutions, and a member community of 1,000+ strong. Doubling your sales, with a 20% net profit, and an inspiring company culture is ALL possible.  Let us show you the way.  With CertainPath, Success is Made Certain. Visit www.mycertainpath.com for more information.

Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast

The fascinating independent educational consultant we want to profile today is Marcy Fischer. We're so glad to be speaking with you today, Marcy. How are you doing?  What will you learn about our guest in this episode? Can you tell us a bit about where you are and what you do? How did you get your start in college consulting and what did you do before you moved to this career? What was your training like?   How has your practice evolved? What are your favorite aspects of working in college consulting? What aspects of college consulting do you find frustrating or challenging? What insights would you like to share with current and future independent educational consultants? What is something most of your colleagues would be surprised to learn about you? Ready to learn the history, philosophy, and practice of an experienced independent educational consultant? MEET OUR GUEST Marcy Fischer attended the University of Pennsylvania where she graduated magna cum laude and was elected to the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society. She spent several years at Bain & Company and went on to start her own interactive marketing agency. Subsequently, she earned an MBA with honors at Harvard Business School. After successful careers at Staples and Fidelity Investments, Marcy decided to pursue her passion - helping students find and gain acceptance to their best-fit colleges - and launched Collegiate Coach.  Marcy's experience interviewing students for the University of Pennsylvania and serving as a college essay coach at Brookline High School provided her a launchpad in assisting students in identifying and achieving their admissions dreams. Leveraging her quantitative background and consulting experience, she utilizes a data-driven approach to identify the appropriate college list for her clients, and she works in a highly consultative way with each student. Marcy has visited over 40 colleges in the past few years, and has resumed visiting schools where COVID restrictions permit. As the mother of 2 daughters who were both accepted to their first choice highly-selective colleges, Marcy knows how to mentor and work with students to accomplish the many time-consuming admissions tasks, to position themselves for success, and ultimately gain acceptance to their top choice schools. She is happy to start working with students at any time between their freshman year of high school to the summer before senior year. Her expertise includes (but is not limited to!) high school course selection, standardized test timing and strategies, college list development, essay coaching, mock interviewing, and application strategies.  Marcy is an Associate member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association, an indication of her education, expertise, ethics, and training, and also a testimony to her passion for staying current in the admissions consulting industry. Find Marcy at marcy.fischer@collegiatecoach.com. ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you're interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.

Quintessential
F is for Friendship part 2

Quintessential

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 46:12


We talk about friendship again but this time with Friendship coach, Danielle Jackson.  Danielle has dedicated the last couple years to studying female friendships and how to flourish within them.  Her videos have recently blown up on Tik Tok and her advice has been sought after from women all over the country. Friendship is one of the most important relationships in our lives and we take the time in this episode to share advice, and tips to maintaining and dealing with friendships.If you enjoyed todays episode please subscribe, comment or share the podcast! Share with your friends, coworkers, enemies and even exes! IDC You can find Danielle on Instagram: @daniellebayardjackson and her podcast @friendforwardYou can find Quintessential Podcast info @quintessentialpodcast or @lolitsquinIt is back to school time and people are returning to school or finishing up their last summer vacations and heading back to the office. Instacart is offering a "Back to School" special and you dont want to miss it. Get back to class ready with Staples with delivery in as fast as 1 hour. Shop now with Instacart. Free delivery on first order. Min $10 + required. Terms apply.  Use this link anytime before 9/30 to reap the benefits. Here.

Elige Tu Propia Aventura
#65 Elige tu propia aventura con Leo Piccioli (Ex-CEO, Ex-economista. Autor e Inversor)

Elige Tu Propia Aventura

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 100:43


@LeoPiccioli Cada éxito está compuesto por un montón de fracasos previos. Los medios no nos cuentan todas las veces que fracasaron los fundadores. Me gusta el fracaso porque es una señal de que lo intentaste. De chiquito me encantaba la computación. Programaba en BASIC y en Assembler, y también leía mucha ciencia ficción. En la UBA milité en política en TNT («Tontos pero No Tanto»), un partido en joda que fue creado para no ganar. Axel era excelente orador y, al menos por entonces, honesto. Él y yo nos graduamos el mismo día. Tengo foto con él, los dos «enhuevados». Está mal valuar a una empresa por sus ventas, pero lo hacemos todos. La valuación por ventas es cómoda porque suele usarse cuando la competencia cotiza en bolsa. En septiembre de 2016 me fui de Staples. Estuve 18 años en la misma compañía. Cuanto más tiempo estás en un laburo más difícil es irte. Lo que aprendí es que cada 3 o 4 años tenés que cambiar de laburo. No digo cambiar de empresa eh, sino de responsabilidades. LinkedIn es de las redes sociales más viejas que conocemos, es del 2004. Hasta que la compró Microsoft era buena, después se volvió mala. Ahora está volviendo a tener contenido de calidad. Tener una empresa tiene un desafío de decisiones que no me encanta. Por ejemplo: echar gente. En las empresas hay que poner la misión por encima de las personas. @LeoPiccioli dándole un consejo al Leo de hace 10 años: "Relajate, disfrutá del camino." https://twitter.com/ETPA_Spaces/status/1564011774994677761

Beneath the Wing
Beneath the Wing – Staff Sgt. Taylor Staples

Beneath the Wing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022


U.S. Air Force Command Chief Master Sgt. Mark Legvold, 133rd Airlift Wing, interviews U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Taylor Staples, 133rd Medical Group, in St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 23, 2022. Staples shares her process of writing a book and the leadership skills she learned from working at a fast-food restaurant. (U.S. Air National Guard podcast by 133rd Airlift Wing Public Affairs)

The David Alliance
The Easy Button

The David Alliance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 8:06


  Wake the Faith up Slayer… This is Garth Heckman with the David Alliance and you can reach me at TDAgiantslayer@gmail.com    Brought to you by wellbuiltbody.com Gym Apparel for men and women that rocks and shocks and ain't for everybody - but just might be for you. wellbuiltbody.com     I think we can all relate to the STAPLES commercial years ago where they introduced the easy button. You just pushed it and life became easier. EVERYTHING FELL INTO PLACE… Now life is not that simple, but there is a way to make things easier in your life.   5 things you need to have in your foundation to make life easier   Engineer called to look at a crack in a skyscraper… the building manager finds him the lowest level of the parking garage.         - 1  You gotta be a healthy. 1 Cor. 6:19 Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; 20 you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies. Glorify - give it esteem, honor it     Physical health is the first step to mental and emotional health.    Physical health is the key to energy fro everything else in your life. You need to have energy to read and pray, work and play. You need energy to put into relationships.    - 2  Know how to handle your money.   The plans of the diligent lead to profit (Proverbs 21:5) “The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty.”   Provide for your household (1 Timothy 5:8) “But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.”   Spend less, save invest, have 2 incomes or more. The greatest stress in life is your choice… but the one thing that makes that stress a thousand times worse is lack of money.  Tithe, you gotta plant your seed.      -  3 Find out your gifts, passions and talents and not only use those in the church but get a job using those.    1 Corinthians 12:7-11 To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good. For to one is given through the Spirit the utterance of wisdom, and to another the utterance of knowledge according to the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by the one Spirit, to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another the ability to distinguish between spirits, to another various kinds of tongues, to another the interpretation of tongues. All these are empowered by one and the same Spirit, who apportions to each one individually as he wills.   My buddy Roger says most people work until they have enough money to retire… then they go and do what they want and are good at. I am already doing what I want and I am good at…so I am retired and I get paid for it.          - 4  Don't try to have a lot of friends. Just have 3 really good ones.    Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken. Ecclesiastes 4:12 A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity. Proverbs 17:17   Notice most verses in the bible that talk about friendship talk about “A friend” NOT lots of friends.    Make friends quickly and cut them away even quicker. Know the best judge of wether or not a person would be a good friend is asking yourself this question.   Do you want to be like them in life right now? Their attitude, their relationships, their finances, the way they treat other people.   Remember you will never have a great relationship with others if you don't have a great relationship with yourself. If you are toxic in your attitude you will be toxic in other friendships and you will blame others.  * If you run into 3 buttheads in a day, you can be certain you were one of them.      -5  Remember in all things: Money, friends, skills, talents, intelligence… You attract who you are becoming.   “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed, by the renewing of your mind.” – Romans 12:2   Galatians 6:7 Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.

Lakes, Woods and Irons
PGA TOUR CANADA Week

Lakes, Woods and Irons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 46:10


This week on Lakes Woods and Irons it's all about The PGA Tour Canada coming to Craguns for the CRMC Championship. We'll hear from several players including: Scott Stevens (mac's playing partner in the Pro-am), Parker Coody who shot -27 under to win big in Canada last week and Andrew Israelson who played his high school golf at Staples. Executive Director of the PGA Tour Canada joins us along with Eric Peterson General Manager of Craguns.

TNT Radio
Mike Netter on Deprogram with Michael Parker - 26 August 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 55:47


GUEST OVERVIEW: Mike Netter is Vice Chair of Rebuild California, a non-partisan grassroots, groundswell movement. Mike is a veteran of distribution, sales and marketing. He has served in senior executive roles at Corporate Express and Staples. He is now applying his business expertise to state politics to create a powerful team of volunteers and allied organizations to further the cause of conservatism in the State of California. Mike helped spearhead the effort to recall Gavin Newsom.

TNT Radio
Mike Netter on The Bryan McClain Show - 25 August 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 55:50


On today's show we discuss with Mike Netter about can California be saved from bad policies and bad governance? GUEST OVERVIEW: Mike Netter is Vice Chair of Rebuild California, a non-partisan grassroots, groundswell movement. Mike is a veteran of distribution, sales and marketing. He has served in senior executive roles at Corporate Express and Staples, He is now applying his business expertise to state politics to create a powerful team of volunteers and allied organizations to further the cause of conservatism in the State of California. Mike helped spearhead the effort to recall Gavin Newsom.

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
Roman Reigns and Andy Staples

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 70:44


Episode 403 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews.First up is WWE Universal Champion, Roman Reigns. Reigns opens up about Vince McMahon's controversial retirement from the company, what McMahon's departure means for him personally, his new part-time schedule and a possible WrestleMania match against the Rock. Reigns also explains the differences in getting a pop from a promo and a move, discusses the challenges of fatherhood and shares his reaction to seeing his "Acknowledge Me" boxer briefs, sold on WWE.com, for the first time.Following Reigns, Andy Staples, who covers college football for "The Athletic" joins the podcast to talk about the Big Ten's recent media deals with CBS and NBC, what it means for college football viewers and how it impacts the SEC. Staples also talks about whether USC and UCLA have impact across the country, the future of the Pac 12 Network, Urban Meyer's return to Fox's pregame show, the Netflix Manti Te'o documentary and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Just Some Podcast for Advanced Practitioners
Prescribing Pearls with Mike Staples from Chapman Consulting Group

Just Some Podcast for Advanced Practitioners

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 58:22


On this episode, we welcome Mike Staples from the Chapman Consulting Group to discuss some important clinical pearls for prescribing controlled substances. Mike is a compliance analyst and brings experience in private practice and the administrative side.  His past includes a police detective and State Medical Board of Ohio enforcement agent.  He provides several key do's to documenting and protecting yourself and your practice from a legal standpoint. If you'd like to find out more about Mike and the team at Chapman Consulting Group, you can find them at www.ccghealthcare.com In our Story You May Have Missed, we look at a court ruling in Ohio that levied millions of dollars against major pharmacy chains. This episode is sponsored by Eko Health.  Learn more about their digital stethoscopes at www.ekohealth.com and use code JSP for $50 off your order.   This episode is sponsored by CBD Stat.  Learn more about their high quality, THC free CBD oil.  They offer a 40% discount for healthcare workers at www.cbdstat.care/healthcare and for our listeners that aren't in healthcare you can use code JSP20 at checkout for 20% off your order.  www.cbdstat.care Just Some Podcast Social Media www.facebook.com/justsomepodcast www.twitter.com/justsomepodcast www.instagram.com/justsomepodcast Huge shoutout to Falcon Five-O for use of their music "Hard Living" and "Failure's Not the Same Without You".!

The RACE B.M.X SHOW
S3 E2 Race BMX Show w/Guest Carlos and Javier Andrade/Harbor Area BMX Ride/Bike life staples

The RACE B.M.X SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 23:25


The Amazon Files: The Real Truth About Selling Online

The number one question I've been getting recently is about Brand Registry because Amazon has been changing the rules as they try to protect bigger brands. So today, I'm getting into those questions, from what brand registry does and why you as an Amazon seller need it to tips on packaging and understanding class of goods. First, though, I open the episode with an overview of what Brand Registry is on Amazon and what the requirements are to get it. These include a US trademark (Amazon will honor some international trademarks, but it's complicated), a brand name, logo, and professional-quality packaging (no stamps or minuscule stickers), and preferably proof that your brand is already in use in commerce. I also give some advice about picking a brand name, getting brand approval (the step before brand registry), and handling multiple brands under one account. In the second half of the episode, I answer some of your questions about brand registry, including more details on packaging requirements, when to list items, get trademarks, and register brands, and differentiating between brand names and business names (especially for those transitioning from arbitrage to bundling or private label). I also tackle how to get approval for GTIN exemptions and report trademark violations once you've got brand registry. And finally, I explain how class of goods works and why it's a little different on Amazon than on other platforms. You can ask more questions about Brand Registry by joining the Amazon Files and Mommy Income community. Join our Facebook group with today's codeword REGISTRY to learn more about bundling, ask questions, and participate in the conversation with other sellers. And if you're ready to take your business to a whole new level, visit MommyIncome.com/Coach to schedule your one-on-one coaching call today. This week on the Amazon Files: An overview of Brand Registry on Amazon What Amazon's looking for in packaging When to get trademarks, register brands, and list items Reporting trademark violations Understanding classes of goods “If you've already got a logo and idea, you could have a serial number and be brand registered by the end of this week. No joke. If you've got your duckies in a row, you can file and get your trademark serial number same day.” - Kristin Ostrander Quotes: “Your logo, your packaging, they want it to be professional quality. You can't buy a stamp for ten dollars at Staples, or even at Imprint or whatever, and stamp your name on it. They want permanently affixed, professional-looking packaging to make sure you actually have a brand.” “This is new as of right now, in the last two weeks, Amazon is fully rejecting minuscule packaging. If you have a brown cardboard box with, it looks like, one little tiny sticker on it, they're not going to approve your packaging. And they have the right to do that.” “Once you have the serial number, you don't have to wait until it's actually approved, which takes almost a year. You don't have to wait a year. File your application, pick your class of products, get your serial number registered on Amazon.” “If you don't have brand registry yet, but you plan to apply for that trademark, list all of your items underneath that brand approval brand now so that once you get brand registry, you can transfer those over. If they're not spelled identically and under the actual brand registry name, you cannot transfer old listings to new brand registry.” “Amazon does not care if you're registered in the class of products that are paper goods or that are textiles or whatever else. They get a serial number, they verify that this has indeed been registered, and now you can sell any product on Amazon with that trademark and that brand registry.” Related Content: Merchant Words Promotion Wholesale Bundle System Email questions Learn With Us Coaching The Amazon Files Hub Sticker Mule at Mommy Income   Grow Your Amazon Business! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Amazon Files, the show to help Amazon sellers along their business journey one step at a time with Amazon expert and your host, Kristin Ostrander. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us your honest review. Don't forget to share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media! Use the codeword REGISTRY to join us on Facebook. Each week, Kristin hosts a live discussion on how to grow your Amazon business. Don't forget to check out our website and subscribe to our mailing list for even more resources.

Enjoying Your Blended Family
104. [FF] Staples Intents on Overlanding - with Special Guests Sonya and Necota

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 50:32


Do you know what overlanding is?   We didn't until we found this amazing couple, Necota and Sonya Staples, who now run STAPLES INTENTS. They explain about the outdoors, what overlanding is and how it saved their marriage.   They were on the brink of divorce, until they got some valuable information that they needed to start saying “YES” more to each other. From them taking that challenge, they went from being complete city people that frowned on camping, to now traveling the world and living out of their vehicle.   Learn what saved their marriage and allowed them to start looking at life differently and living on their terms, along with having a lot of fun along their journey.   You can follow them here: www.staplesintents.com Instagram: @staplesintents  EPISODE RESOURCES:   HOW TO ENJOY YOUR BLENDED FAMILY: 5 Dates To Discover Fun In Your Step-Family, by the end of these 5 dates you will have a great plan and see more fun in your home, helping build stronger family connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make lasting memories together.   JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST, and get your FREE GIFT today! We send out a weekly email on Friday mornings that are blended family specific; full of encouragement, support, and all the latest information before anyone else hears about it. Join us today!!!   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love! OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US!   Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Follow us on PINTEREST Contact Us Here

Last In Line Leadership
EP178 FAMILY STANDARDS PT 2 | STAPLES FOR A SOLID FAMILY (6-10)

Last In Line Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 30:18


Here's part 2 of the family standards I promised you. These are the last 5 (not in any order) and I think you will enjoy and apply many of these. Your family deserves a set of criteria by which you live and a hill worth dying on. Your legacy depends on the set of principles and core values you all believe, declare, and live by. This episode discusses how we lead courageously, steward faithfully, battle resiliently, pray confidently, and stand fearlessly. TOPICS: - LEAD DESPITE FEELINGS - NO EASY WAY OUT - LEAD WHEN NOBODY ELSE WILL - MANAGE WHAT YOU'VE BEEN GIVEN - FAITHFUL WITH LITTLE - SPIRITUAL WARFARE - ARMOR OF GOD - BOLDLY APPROACH THE THRONE - QUOTE GOD TO GOD - STAND IN THE GAP - RESIST EVIL ALWAYS - HILL WORTH DYING ON FOLLOW US ON IG: https://www.instagram.com/last_in_line_leadership/ PURCHASE BOOKS AND GEAR: https://last-in-line-leadership.square.site

Hall of Justice
298. The Boys (Season 3) REVIEW (SPOILERS)

Hall of Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 43:29


Warning: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen Season 3 of the Amazon Prime series, “The Boys” or do not mind hearing key plot points. The Boys is set in a universe where superpowered individuals, called Supes, are recognized as heroes by the general public and work for a powerful corporation known as Vought International that markets and monetizes them. That barely scrapes the surface of an in-depth plot that turns the superhero genre upside down. The series features an ensemble cast that includes Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Chace Crawford, Laz Alonso, Tomer Capone, Karen Fukuhara, and Nathan Mitchell. This is the 4th episode of the podcast that covers The Boys. Seasons 1 and 2 were reviewed in Episodes 152 and 204, respectively. Also, Episode 277 features an exclusive interview with the executive producer of the animated spin-off The Boys: Diabolical Giancarlo Volpe. Andy Staples joins the podcast for the first time. Staples is a national college football writer for the Athletic and hosts a podcast of his own, but it is all in the sports realm. Staples steps outside his lane to offer insight into this series.

Matt & Mattingly's Ice Cream Social
Episode 923: Joann Staples Dick's.

Matt & Mattingly's Ice Cream Social

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 85:35


Go Fact Yourself host, fellow improviser, J. Keith Van Stratten calls in to plug his Live Las Vegas Game show event/charity fundraiser. Paul is still upset about his hometown stadium, or is he? Matt's second week of training maintains embarrassment. Jacob offers solutions for school pick up. Matt has a rollerskating adventure. Scoop mail and Jock Vs. Nerd trivia. More From J. Keith: J. Keith van Straaten will be in Las Vegas on Sunday, August 21 with two back-to-back live tapings of his game show podcast, "Go Fact Yourself" that he hosts with comedian Helen Hong of NPR's "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me."    "Go Fact Yourself" is a trivia game show where celebrities compete to answer questions in topics they choose for themselves and then are surprised with the appearance of an expert in that topic. Past guests include everyone from Drew Carey to Senator Barbara Boxer to DJ Jazzy Jeff. The shows in Vegas are part of a Game Show Boot Camp and will feature Jeopardy champions James Holzhauer and Amy Schneider, plus stars of "The Chase" game show, Victoria Gross and Brandon Blackwell. It's all a charity fundraiser for Project 150, which provides FREE basic necessities to homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students in Nevada and 100% of the ticket price is tax-deductible. That's "Go Fact Yourself" on Sunday, August 21st at 3 & 5pm. It'll be live on stage at the Hampton Inn Tropicana. You can go to gofactyourpod.com/vegas for information and tickets.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Field Trip w/ Brent Terhune
Episode 91: Late Night TV Staples

Field Trip w/ Brent Terhune

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 50:48


Get your tarot cards and steel drums ready because Brent and Isaac Landfert are talking late night TV staples. 

Culture Gabfest
Working: How Chef Hooni Kim Brings Korean Staples into U.S. Homes

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 48:59


This week, host Karen Han discusses the basics of great Korean food with chef Hooni Kim. In the interview, Hooni starts by explaining how one of his restaurants developed a meal-kit service at the start of the pandemic. Then he discusses his latest venture, the Little Banchan Shop, which will offer packaged Korean side dishes (called Banchan), marinated meats, and other items that customers can incorporate into their home cooked meals.  After the interview Karen and co-host Isaac Butler talk about the importance of trail and error in creative work. In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Karen asks Hooni about his cookbook, My Korea: Traditional Flavors, Modern Recipes.  Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com or give us a call at (304) 933-9675. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Big Mood, Little Mood—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on Working. Sign up now at slate.com/workingplus. -- Link to Atlassian Work Check Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
Working: How Chef Hooni Kim Brings Korean Staples into U.S. Homes

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 48:59


This week, host Karen Han discusses the basics of great Korean food with chef Hooni Kim. In the interview, Hooni starts by explaining how one of his restaurants developed a meal-kit service at the start of the pandemic. Then he discusses his latest venture, the Little Banchan Shop, which will offer packaged Korean side dishes (called Banchan), marinated meats, and other items that customers can incorporate into their home cooked meals.  After the interview Karen and co-host Isaac Butler talk about the importance of trail and error in creative work. In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Karen asks Hooni about his cookbook, My Korea: Traditional Flavors, Modern Recipes.  Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com or give us a call at (304) 933-9675. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Big Mood, Little Mood—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on Working. Sign up now at slate.com/workingplus. -- Link to Atlassian Work Check Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices