This week we have Chuck Young of Arkansas on the show to talk about how he targets mature whitetails in the Ouachita Mountains! Subjects include: Why Chuck doesn't always prefer thickets Why cover doesnt matter as much if you are in the RIGHT AREA Beating morning thermals that drift downhill until later in the morning Catching a buck on his route back to his "main bed" Staying extremley mobile & flexible by ground hunting In a mountain range FULL of draws, saddles & benches...what makes one better than another? Bucks traveling with a wind advantage A seldom talked about terrain feature that Chuck has had great success on SO MUCH MORE! Dont miss this episode! Have you heard our In the Field series yet? Follow along with us as we record in the field to get a behind the scenes look at what we are noticing while we are actually in the field in real time. You'll find useful tidbits of information for your next hunting or scouting trip, and you'll get some laughs out of it too! Exclusively for our apple subscribers or patreon members - subscribe on Apple or join our patreon at the link below to check it out and support the show! https://www.patreon.com/thesouthernoutdoorsmen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you've been on social media at all in the past couple of weeks, and really in the past couple of years, you know that when issues hit the internet they tend to blow up like an explosive. So when some really heated and emotionally charged current events started to blow up on social media in the past week, I turned to the scriptures and to talks and sources of truth to try to find not only answers to my questions, but how to appropriately share whatever god might want me to share. The answers that I found were different than I expected, mostly centered around being a peacemaker, so that's what we're going to talk all about today. The need for a peacemaker in this world and how to become one. Time Stamps: [00:46] - Corrine talks about society's reaction to the series of legislation changes in the US. [02:38] - Is there a time where Neil felt he had to be more of a peacemaker? [05:29] - Staying stuck on ill-feelings ruins your experience of life. [07:23] - We must individually seek peace and harmony within ourselves to do the same with others. [09:37] - Peacemakers are not passive; they are persuasive. [11:39] - Take a moment before you respond to something that makes you upset. [13:17] - Withdraw from anger and contention. [14:54] - Peacemakers break the cycle. [17:18] - Beware of pride. [20:08] - Do people really need to comment on everything? [22:57] - Go to sources of truth. [25:38] - How can we bring peace into a heated conversation? [27:44] - “God does not send thunder when a still, small voice is enough.” [29:20] - The common ground in the truth is greater than our differences. [32:08] - Lean into being a peacemaker in our society. Supporting Resources: “The Power of Spiritual Momentum” Talk by Russell M. Nelson “Following Jesus: Being a Peacemaker” Talk by Neil A. Anderson “How to Win Friends and Influence People” Book by Dale Carnegie “Our Hearts Knit as One” Talk By Henry B. Eyring
Welcome back to the Traffic & Conversions Show! Be honest. Do you believe that you're the first business a prospect thinks of in your industry? Do you feel like your past customers and clients have forgotten about you (even though they get your email newsletters?) Building top-of-mind awareness isn't easy given the number of competitors and advertising noise. However, it's a critical component of your sales success and we're diving into it on today's episode. This is part one of a two-part episode, so make sure you come back and listen to part two next week!If this episode gave you any takeaways or inspired you to take action, I would love you to take a screenshot of the episode on your device and post it to your Instagram Stories. Make sure to tag me @themichellefernandez so I can shout you out!Ready to generate more leads and sales every day? Download my free guide 3 Components of a Highly Converting Funnel where I'll walk you through the 3 MUST-HAVE elements to sell out your offers. Grab your free copy at http://www.themichellefernandez.com/3.Interested in learning how we can work together on your Facebook and Instagram ad strategy or in preparing for your next launch? Learn more about our ads management and funnel-building services here! Haven't left a review yet? Make sure to leave a 5-star rating and review on iTunes. I thank you for your support!
Supporting the success of others might be tough at times, but not because we don't care. In this Emotional Push-Up, Coa's own Dr. Pallavi Yetur sits down to talk with Dr. Emily about scarcity mentality and how to replace it with solidarity, elevating others and paying it forward because it's more fun and fulfilling when everyone is at the top together! Thank you for listening! Staying emotionally fit takes work and repetition. That's why the Emotionally Fit podcast with psychologist Dr. Emily Anhalt delivers short, actionable Emotional Push-Ups every Monday and Thursday to help you build a better practice of mental health. Join us to kickstart your emotional fitness. Let's flex those feels and do some reps together! Follow Dr. Emily on https://twitter.com/dremilyanhalt (Twitter), and don't forget to follow, rate, review and share the show wherever you listen to podcasts! #EmotionallyFit The Emotionally Fit podcast is produced by https://www.joincoa.com/ (Coa), your gym for mental health. Katie Sunku Wood is the show's producer from https://www.studiopodsf.com/ (StudioPod Media) with additional editing and sound design by https://nodalab.com/ (Nodalab), and featuring music by https://open.spotify.com/artist/4opkPECBBcY1LIDa3quwpy?si=l53ce-ONSG2l0yvfJaOVBA (Milano). Special thanks to the entire Coa crew!
Join us as our host, George Kamel, talks to Stephen Mansfield. Stephen is a bestselling author and speaker. And he's the guy Entreleadership goes to when we want to talk history and leadership. In this episode, Stephen takes us back to history class as he talks about the leadership that formed America. Get ready—we're headed into a time machine! You'll learn: • Things you didn't know about the Founding Fathers • How leaders change history • If we're celebrating independence on the wrong day • The top leadership lessons to take from the Founding Fathers Sign up for The EntreLeadership Podcast takeaways—a weekly email where you'll get three tangible takeaways and a tactical action step related to each episode: https://bit.ly/podcast-takeaways Support our sponsors: • BELAY: https://bit.ly/351P9AE • Hite Digital: https://bit.ly/HiteDigital • Kyro Digital: https://bit.ly/KyroDigital • NetSuite: https://bit.ly/NetSuiteEntre • Trainual: https://bit.ly/TrainualEntre Links mentioned in the episode: • The EntreLeadership Podcast: https://bit.ly/TheEntreLeadershipPodcast • Stephen Mansfield's website: https://bit.ly/3qQbkRC • Stephen Mansfield's books: https://bit.ly/39GOHe9 • Recent episodes with Stephen Mansfield: o How to Effectively Lead Through Uncertainty: https://apple.co/3QGi80n o Thanksgiving: An Example of Staying the Course: https://apple.co/3NcLIrA o 4 Steps to Kill Gossip: https://apple.co/3naGO3E Learn more about EntreLeadership Events: • EntreLeadership Master Series: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipMasterSeries • EntreLeadership Summit: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipSummit Learn more about EntreLeadership Coaching: • Elite: https://bit.ly/3tI2fN8 • Advisory Groups: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipAdvisoryGroups • Executive Coaching: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipExecutiveCoaching • Workshops: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipWorkshops Listen to all the Ramsey Network podcasts anytime, anywhere in our app. Download the Ramsey Network app: https://apple.co/3eN8jNq
In a special edition of This Just In, James Sharman takes the hosting microphone for the absent Ferris Dunlop and our man Jimmy Brennan, who is challenging everyone on the pod to some form of competition, is somewhere else. Oh and JC is in NYC. Craig Forrest and Dan Wong join Sharms to talk about the European pre-season, Salah re-signing with Liverpool, Ronaldo playing Should I Stay or Should I Go, the Village People costumes, VAR at the World Cup, The Women's Euro and Beckham has no weaknesses. A wonderful way to end or start your week. Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan, Brendan Dunlop and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
It's time for our favorite part of the week again, where we get to meet a community member! This week; she learned the value of money early on when both of her parents retired young. Now, she is gearing up for a life afloat, and is moving onto a boat with her partner to save money. She's hard working, dedicated and definitely thinks outside of the box, we can't wait for you to meet her! This year our Money Diaries are being brought to you by the legends at Shopback! Check them out at https://app.shopback.com/aus/partner/SOTM and you'll get a cashback bonus when you sign up! Acknowledgement of Country By Natarsha Bamblett aka Queen Acknowledgements. The advice shared on She's on The Money is general in nature and does not consider your individual circumstances. She's on The Money exists purely for educational purposes and should not be relied upon to make an investment or financial decision. Victoria Devine and She's On The Money are Authorised Representatives of Infocus Securities Australia Proprietary Limited ABN 47 097 797 049 AFSL - AFSL 236523.
I'm sure all of us have walked into a supermarket recently, only to the price of our favourite affordable fruits and vegetables sky rocket into all out luxury items. The anxiety of climbing grocery bills is very very real! In this weeks podcast, I talk to you about how to stay on budget, remain somewhat calm and still fill your tummy with nourishing, wholefoods. You don't need to live off two-minute noodles just yet! I hope you enjoy! My Instagram accounts to follow: @SugarMammaTV @CannaCampbellofficial My YouTube channel - over 500 bite size videos! https://www.youtube.com/c/SugarMamma www.SugarMammaTV.com Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@sugarmammatv General Advice Disclaimer & Financial Planning License Details: The information in this podcast is general in nature and does not take into account your personal circumstances, financial needs or objectives. Before acting on any information, you should consider the appropriateness of it and the relevant product having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. In particular, you should seek independent financial advice and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or other offer document prior to acquiring any financial product. Canna Campbell is a Corporate Authorised Representative and Corporate Credit Representative of Wealthstream Financial Group Pty Ltd ABN 35 152 803 113 Australian Financial Services Licensee AFSL 412079.
We are all tired of being productive at work when we're exhausted. It doesn't matter if you have a few hours sleep or not, most people find themselves with an increased sense that makes it hard to do anything useful and drains their energy levels even further.. The struggle is real! Here are some tips to help you deal with the exhaustion and remain productive.
Julia and Gidi:“Julia & Gideon engaged couple with a passion to travel and work remotely. We have been full-time travelers since 2020 and living the digital nomad lifestyle. Our main goal is to inspire you to have the limitless lifestyle of working from anywhere you want!”A gift from Julia and Gidi, freebies for slow travelers: https://slowtravellerss.com/freebies/CONNECT WITH JULIA and GIDI ON INSTAGRAM @NOMADSJULIAGIDI TUNE IN TO LEARN:How losing their jobs started Julia and Gidi's nomadic journey in a car, in Israel, just as the pandemic started;AirBnB 101 to work and live: don't screw THESE up and stay connected!Couples' non-negotiables, on time alone as a couple, and how to do it as nomads;Staying focused, productive and phone struggles for entrepreneurs who use phone for work - app developers, web designers and alike;Why CLARITY of vision, of goals, of destination, of ideal lifestyle is THE number one priority to figure out at the beginning;Decision fatigue is real - this is how routines around lifestyle keep it at bay;Simple tools to manage nutrition in any country, favorite workout apps for ladies and guys;Time management 101 to grow business, enjoy relationships and adventures;Mental skillset and attitude to “survive” the adventure, get things done, prevent burnout, grow and learn!TUNE IN!
Nick Paul and the Bolts came to an agreement early Friday on a 7-yr contract worth 3.15 AAV. Adam discusses the unexpected early signing and when we might see decisions on the fates of other plays whose futures hang in limbo. Adam also wraps up the show by addressing some of the comments we received from YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClEnMX-CSZKA6ZHiXDU7Y3Q Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Kimberly and Kate discuss navigating the physical, spiritual, and lifestyle changes of perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause. They discuss the negative associations with perimenopause and menopause based on culture that condition us to view of these life cycles unfavorably. They also discuss parenting during these stages, tending to symptoms with curiosity and kindness, and using the pulls inward to bloom into seasons of second springs and second summers of life. Perimenopause and menopause can be powerful times of tending to ourselves more kindly, reintegrating and healing ourselves from previous life stages, and harnessing the power of intuition and discernment. Bio Kate Codrington is a menstrual and menopause mentor, speaker, workshop facilitator, writer, podcaster and former therapist for nearly 30 years. She is also an artist currently weaving textiles, words, story and stitch. Her first book Second Spring: the self-care guide to menopause is published by HarperCollins and she also has a variety of offerings such as yoga nidra, online classes, and more. What She Shares: —Identifying the perimenopause phase —Cultural anxieties around menopause —Defining perimenopause and menopause —Parenting while transitioning —Tending to extreme symptoms —Superpowers of menopause What You'll Hear: —Peri-menopause —Cultural anxieties surrounding peri-menopause —Gaining weight and losing elasticity during perimenopause —Facing mortality through menopause —Peri-menopause time to examine and let go to life that doesn't serve us —Shedding before moving into new phase of life —Culture making menopausal women invisible contributing to anxiety —Healthcare uninformed generally around menopause —Perimenopause defined as “around menopause” —Symptoms are changes in menstruation from what is normal —More desire to be alone —Health costs to amount of working leading up to menopause —Perimenopause time ranges between months to many years —Negative connotations associated with “postpartum” and “menopause” —Interfering versus accepting peri-menopause and menopause —Parenting during perimenopause —Stages of menopause in relation to seasons and cycles —Oxytocin encouraging sociality in direct conflict with need to withdraw during menopause —Guilt over feelings of needing alone time while parenting —Enormous call of turning inward —Meeting conflict of needing alone time while parenting —Differences of rhythms and slowness within family systems —Changes in relationship to sex during peri-menopause and menopause —Embracing physical changes in vaginal tissue —Staying close to pleasure, safety, and kindness sexually —Endless variations of sexuality and meeting the moment —Post-menopause as “another country” —Reconnecting and reintegrating with former teenage self —Disorientation during losing cycles of menstruation —Ritual, journaling, honoring loss and grief —Being tender and sweet with ourselves moment by moment —Call for attention and kindness —Severe symptoms calling for attention and kindness for treatment —Menopausal super-powers of discernment, intuition, and spirituality —Second spring and second summer of life postmenopause Resources Website: https://www.katecodrington.co.uk/ IG: @kate_codrington
This week, I chat with a Halifax favourite and one of the scene's unique comedic voices, Jim Temple! Jim joins me to chat about: bad social media habits, budgeting sleep, managing ADHD, hating confrontation, caffeine, nice shit talking, adrenaline junkies and how he develops a stage persona. PLUS: Flip flop weaerers need to listen up, does comedy help or hurt dating? and what popular comedian does Jim think is a little hacky?Buy Tickets to Jim Temple's Freak Show - July 2nd @ Darkside Comedy Club Buy tickets for "More Than The Tip" show!Nominate InTalksicated for Best PodcastFollow Jim TempleInstagram: @jimmer98Follow InTalksicated:Facebook: @intalksicatedpodcastInstagram: @intalksicatedpodcast Follow Sarah:Instagram: @sarahmaclTwitter: @sarahmaclellanTikTok: @sarahmaclellanSend in your questions, dilemmas, rants and more: Leave us a voicemailEmail questions: email@example.comFill out the anonymous Talk Line FormShop the Intalksicated Merch StoreLeave a review on Apple Podcasts!Subscribe on YouTube!
BBQ's, Parties, and Vacations, OH MY! It's summertime, the kids are home, it's chaos, it's fun, it's travel, it's parties, it's food, it's cocktails, it's distractions, it's stress, it's all over the place! A lot of us struggle to stay on track with our health, fitness, and wellness goals in the summertime in large part because the routines that kept us on track the rest of the year don't work (or don't exist!) in the summertime. This really only becomes a problem if we don't acknowledge that it's different and adjust. It's like we keep trying to fit the square peg (old routines) into the round hole (summertime) and then get frustrated and give up when it doesn't work. I've noticed there's seems to be 2 types in the summertime (and I've been both!): type 1: "It's never too late to get that summer bod!" - this person starts some kind of crazy restrictive diet plan or exercise program to drop weight fast. But it's summertime and they don't stick to it very long because it's super hard OR they lose the weight but regain it quickly because their quick weight loss was unsustainable and then begins the shame spiral about what a failure they are . . . again. type 2: "F-it, I can't stick to anything over the summer, I'm not even going to try" - this type gives up on their health, wellness, and fitness goals, and decides to pick it back up in the fall when the kids go back to school and we're back on a routine. And thus continues the yo-yo diet cycle. May I propose to you that there's some middle ground here? A place where you can have your cake AND eat it too, enjoy your summer AND stay on track, live your life AND still lose weight. In fact this middle ground is where I live all year round and it's what I teach in the Healthy Mind Healthy Body Program. Listen up to this episode for my top 5 tips for staying on track this summer so you can have fun and keep moving forward! XOXO Tara PS. the Healthy Mind, Healthy Body Program is OPEN! You can start immediately with the program and coaching, so go to tarafaulmann.com/join to learn more and get registered! PPS. If anything in this episode resonated with you, then share the LOVE! Post a screenshot of this episode in your stories and tag me @tarafaulmann! And join the conversation in our FREE No Nonsense Wellness Community! Show Notes: https://www.tarafaulmann.com/podcast/entry/53 Join the FREE No Nonsense Podcast Community Join the No Nonsense Community: a place for women who are ready to get real with their health and their lives. Grab Your FREE trainings & workbooks! Free Jumpstart Workbook Looking for a quick head start? Grab this free workbook => 5 Simple Shifts to Jumpstart Your Health! This workbook will help you change your perspective and make some seemingly simple changes that could make ALL the difference in getting to your weight loss and health goals. Free Goal Setting Workbook How many times have you set a goal you really wanted and then not achieved it? You've probably been taught to go about goal setting all wrong! Grab your FREE "Make it Happen" workbook and get my whole strategy to set better goals and actually achieve them! Healthy Mind, Healthy Body Program & Membership! Ditch the Diets and Finally Make Peace with Food If you struggle with yo-yo dieting then you know how hard it is to make any real lasting change. Unfortunately most women get stuck in the belief that being on a diet is the only way to lose weight and get healthy, and when they inevitably fail they've destroyed their self esteem, destroyed their relationship with food, and get stuck in a guilt/shame spiral that starts the whole process over again. If you don't understand how reprogram your mind that is sabotaging you, and reprogram your body for health, you'll never make lasting progress. That's why I created the Healthy Mind, Healthy Body Program; to teach you how to make a real, lasting transformation in your Mind AND Body. REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW!! Learn More and Register Here
Raising teen girls can have its challenges, but if you know these secrets, you'll not only survive but be able to have a healthy relationship with your daughter. The secrets to raising teen girls are centered around communication. About Colleen O'Grady Colleen is a licensed therapist, coach, and trainer who helps moms reduce drama, reclaim their lives, and dial up the dream with their teen(s) and young adult(s). She has a thriving private practice in Houston, TX, and coaches oms from around the world. After 50,000 hours of working with parents and teens and being a mom in the trenches with her own teenage daughter, she published her award-winning and best-selling book Dial Down the Drama: Reducing Conflict and Reconnecting with Your Teenage Daughter---A Guide for Mothers Everywhere. Her sequel, Dial-Up the Dream: Make Your Daughters Journey to Adulthood the Best for Both of You is also available wherever books are sold. Colleen has shared her message of practical hope with moms worldwide in Parents Magazine, Wall Street Journal Lunch Break, popular parenting podcasts, and on the red carpet at TEDx Wilmington. She is also the host of the Power Your Parenting: Moms with Teens podcast. Colleen started her journey as a youth minister. She was immersed in the world of teens. The teens thought she was a rockstar. She saw the great side of teens through this journey. Once she became a psychotherapist, she began seeing the worst of teens, and the hard stories of teenagers, and she had her own daughter. As she navigated her relationship with her daughter, she started studying neuroscience around our stress response. The human brain is not fully developed until the age of 25. Kids will mature at different rates, but no matter the rate of maturity, they are not able to make great decisions all the time. People often spend a lot of time in the fight, flight, or freeze mode because we don't know how to handle situations, both kids and adults. Staying calm amidst the drama Timing is everything. If your daughter is stressed, hungry, intoxicated, angry, or emotionally flooded, it is not the right time to have a conversation. Likewise, if you are in any of these states, it is not a good idea to have a conversation with your teen daughter. Give space instead of addressing things immediately. The contain the situation and talk later rule for raising teen girls Daughters are hard-wired for drama and are hard-wired to make mistakes. It is not personal when she acts out. It is a normal part of development. Therefore, it is important not to feel like a failure. Giving yourself time to calm yourself down is helpful for having a healthy relationship. Like with everything in life, it is important not to compare your daughter with other girls. Let them be who they are and discover themselves. Likewise, choose the battles versus focusing on the things that don't really matter. Perfectionism and raising teen girls As moms, we feel the need to be the perfect mom, and that our daughters need to be the perfect daughter. If we are feeling this way, we are going to make our daughters feel that we don't care about them, we only care about perfection. Drama kills the relationship. Therefore, it is important to dial down the drama to build a connection. Don't let the drama control the connection with your daughter. Be intentional about connection by dialing down the drama. If there is drama all the time, you will miss out on great moments with your daughter. Instead of being a monitor when raising teen girls, build in focused time to be present Get up, give me your phone, and go to bed, constantly being in this mode is just managing your teen. Take the monitor hat off and commit to being with your daughter for 20 minutes a day. Be the mom who she sees laugh. Be present for her at least 20 minutes a day. When she sees that you aren't always pouncing on her, she will let you in more and more of her life. Robyn emphasized that it is important for your daughter to know that she can come to you with anything and have a conversation about anything, versus them feeling afraid of being judged by us. This demonstrates acceptance of imperfection. When raising teen girls, the best way to discipline your teen is... Colleen suggested that the best way to discipline is in a way that will help your teen grow. If your teen was drinking at a party, ask what skills she needs in these situations. Did she succumb to peer pressure? Is there something else going on? Teach them skills to handle situations versus punishing them out of anger. Powerless and powerful messaging when raising teen girls We can empower our daughters, or we can take the power away depending on how we treat our daughters. An example, it feels selfish to take care of us or to put ourselves last. If we don't take care of ourselves, we are the worse version of mom for our daughters, and this will push them away. It is critical to be self-aware of your own emotions. When raising teen girls, it is important to note that a powerless message in their junior and senior years of high school is to focus more on their end goal for their future than to communicate and be in a relationship with them. There is such an emphasis on future focus and all we can see is the best college, applications, etc. It feels like as moms we must push them over the finish line, and then they'll say thank you. But if for two years we have the future focus, we miss out on the relationship and their well-being. It is best to have a holistic view of success. If your child gets into the ivy league schools but hates their life, that is not success. Make room for connection and pay attention to your daughter's well-being. Don't lose sight of well-being. Don't miss these years. Our children have a sense of pressure, and we don't need to add to that, especially if they already have anxiety. The six keys to healing conversations when raising teen girls Your daughter is not going to come to you and ask for a healing conversation. But, out of the blue, when they are in college, they will come to you and tell you everything that's wrong with you. It is easy to get upset, hurt, and angry. Mother's always get blamed. But when your daughter attacks you, it is really about her, her being stuck in her own life. Clear motive Having a clear motive is important so that you can pause and focus on why your daughter is hurting. Slow it down The second key is slow it down. Your teen will create a story about you and any situation. Slowing it down is saying “hold up, let's go back to “one thing” because there is a lot that you are saying, but let's go back to that one thing and fix that first. Be curious Listening with curiosity is the next step. This means putting judgment aside. Our defensive reaction is” you are so immature”, or “you are so entitled”. Instead, say “so tell me what happened that made you think that I don't care about you, I would love to know about that”. Your curiosity will soften her anger. Then you can have a conversation. Take time This may seem counterintuitive. But instead of having multiple conversations going in one text, have one-topic conversations. And a lot of them. This will prove less overwhelming and result in less anger and overwhelming for both of you. Own our part This applies to high school and middle school. The first place we go to as a mother is to say that is so wrong or so rude. But often times this results in the teen getting more defensive and angrier. Maybe you know that your daughter is 99% wrong, but if you own your part, even if only 1%, it will make it easier for you and a big difference for her. If she says that you are so stressed, or afraid recognize how you are feeling. Respond with “you know when you said I was stressed, I am sorry that I was so intense. You may trigger your daughter to apologize and say she was hard on you too. When we own our own part, our daughters may soften and own their part as well. This may feel like defeat, but it is about healing. A heartfelt apology We can give a really lousy apology like okay, I'm sorry but... A heartfelt apology is when you pray, meditate, and give yourself time to understand it. It takes empathy to see it from her perspective and context. And express this to her and tell her what you are going to do to be more mindful going forward. Don't miss the moments when raising teens When your teen wants to talk or share something, don't let the moments go by without engaging with her. When you stop and listen, you will create amazing memories. Learn more about Colleen O'Grady and connect with her: Website for Colleen O'Grady Dial Down the Drama Book Dial-Up the Dream Book Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Power Your Parenting: Moms with Teens Podcast If you or your teen are experiencing anxiety, download my free eBook on Alleviating Anxiety by Developing Health Habits for a Healthy Mind.
Rumors and speculation are now swirling for the Oregon Football program after USC and UCLA announced they would be leaving the Pac-12 for the Big 10 in 2024. The question immediately becomes whether or not Oregon could follow suit and leave the Pac-12 for another conference, and the administration has a number of factors to weigh into that decision. This breaking news changes how to view a listener's question "where could Oregon Football be in five years?" in a pretty dramatic way. Staying in the conference is possible, but there could come a point where it's not the best path forward. On today's episode of Locked On Ducks, Spencer McLaughlin answers a variety of incoming questions from Duck fans. The future of the program should still be bright with Dan Lanning at the helm, regardless of which conference they are playing in. The potential landscape of playing in the Pac-12 (10?) in the coming years vs the Big 10 would be radically different options from a competitive landscape. Two more mailbag questions conclude today's show, the first being when Chase Cota transferred to the Ducks, how important it was for Oregon to get the son of a former great player from decades past? The final question comes in on a sports topic but not an Oregon-specific one: what are the best sports movies of all-time that are based on true stories? In Spencer's view, Moneyball tops the list--but it's far from the only fantastic sports movie that has been released. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
There are hundreds of ways to introduce Victoria, and I'm about to share so many of the incredible things she's done, but to me, she was the very first author that made me see that there was a connection between my relationship with food, my values, spirituality, ethics, that every step I took had meaning, that even my messy past with food and emotional eating could find healing, and that most of the work with my issues had to start internally, not externally. She got me started on a path that has taken me to so many places since then, all on this quest to find peace with food, while still being in connection with the meaning behind my choices and my love for animals. In today's episode we talk about her 38 years of being vegan, what she's seen, how she's stayed the course, how she found veganism back when there weren't hundreds of books and podcasts and documentaries about it. We talk about having missteps on our journeys to veganism, how imperfection is a part of the process and what we can compassionately tell ourselves to celebrate even the smallest victories. We talk about some of the reasons many people stop being vegan, and one essential piece of the puzzle that can help keep us on course. We talk about the importance of taking things a day at a time, as well as the deeper, spiritual meaning behind our food choices. I ask Victoria a question I've been wanting to ask her for years about religion and spirituality. We discuss her passion for and practice of yoga, and why it's so important, when practicing a philosophy that stems from another culture, to honour and incorporate its many teachings, and what is TRULY going to stay with us throughout our lives (spoiler alert, it ain't that headstand!). Victoria talks about all the exciting projects she's got coming up including the incredible documentary she helped produce “A Prayer for Compassion”, her incredible Mainstreet Vegan Academy where they prepare and certify vegan lifestyle coaches and educators, her upcoming and newly revamped podcast The Victoria Moran Podcast and much more. Listed by VegNews among the “Top 10 Living Vegetarian Authors,” Victoria Moran has written thirteen books including Main Street Vegan and Creating a Charmed Life, and was featured twice on Oprah. She is the founder and director of Main Street Vegan Academy, training and certifying Vegan Lifestyle Coaches and Educators since 2012; and she was lead producer of the 2019 documentary, A Prayer for Compassion, about food choices and spirituality. Victoria is one of the cofounders of the Compassion Consortium, an Interfaith, inter-species spiritual center for people who care about animals. After 475 episodes of the Main Street Vegan Podcast, she is about to launch the Victoria Moran Podcast, an exploration of vitality, spirituality, and compassion. Make sure to follow her work through her website, on instagram where she is @Victoriamoranauthor, as well as on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Our sponsor for today's show: Etsy shop Green and Experience: Natural and Reusable Vegan and Cruelty Free Hemp Dryer Balls - get 10% off your purchase by using promo code: BROWNBLE10 For all the other links mentioned in today's episode, click here.
If you are finding these podcast of value and would like to continue receiving this free content, commercial free please consider donating using the Donate button on your podcast page. In this Episode Brook and Tony have another discussion regarding Step Parenting as a Mentoring roll and how to step back in a way that allows the child to feel less conflicted in needing to take side or alignment. Enjoy!!!
How can you be both ambitious and humble? Josh and Sam discuss how pastors can practice the spiritual discipline of humility. They cover the problems of wanting attention, weaponizing knowledge, and grabbing power. Episode Sponsor: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary builds strong theological foundations for men and women to fulfill God's calling. They have trained and commissioned more than 46,000 graduates to serve in local churches and global mission fields. Southwestern combines the highest standards of research and scholarship with vigorous training for real-world ministry — missions, evangelism, discipleship, preaching, and worship.
Born and raised in San Diego, California, Madison Shamoun's passion for musical theater and talents for acting, dancing, and singing started when she was very young. Recognized for her star potential and undeniable talent, Madison is the recipient of two National Youth Theater Awards for Best Supporting Actress, for her performance as Lucy in “13” (2013) and Motormouth Maybelle in “Hairspray” (2015). Madison recently graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in Acting for Theater, Film, and Television. Following her graduation from UCLA, Madison's acting career has continued to blossom. A member of SAG-AFTRA, she's worked with directors like Pamela Adlon, Catherine Reitman, Jody Margolin Hahn, and Ken Kwapis. Madison has been featured in guest star roles on ABC's BLACK-ISH, Netflix's BlackAF, and Disney's Sydney To The Max. She has also appeared in FX's ‘Better Things' directed by Pamela Aldon, and Maren Morris' music video ‘Girl' directed by Dave Myers. Madison's upcoming projects include the highly anticipated Amazon Original Series, The Lake, starring Julia Stiles, the CW's All American, 7 Minutes In Hell and The Restart. She also recently starred in a short film for Tribeca's 2019 YOUTUBE platform, and an MTV commercial spot for Coca Cola. Madison is represented by Buchwald and Brave Artists Management. In this episode, we talk about: • The process of booking “The Lake” on Amazon Prime (with Julia Stiles, Jordan Gavaris) • Getting larangytis for the chemistry read for “The Lake” • Building her team in advance of her major bookings • Staying in Canada alone for 3 months to film the series during the pandemic • How it felt to be top billing on the call sheet • Process for booking a self tape • How she has a coach for every type of script (dialect/accent coach, On Camera Coach, contemporary/artsy/A24 stuff, Multi cam person/comedy) • How much of herself is in her roles • How was it working with Julia Stiles and Jordan Gavaris Guest: IMDb Instagram The Lake on Amazon Prime Host: Instagram: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneMiller Twitter: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneM Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mentorsonthemic Website: www.michellesimonemiller.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/24mmichelle --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This weeks episode We discuss the Browns situation with Baker. will they try and keep him if Watson is suspended a year ? Breece Hall and Max Mitchell still unsigned We finish previewing the Offense with the RB and TE position. Are there any question marks entering the season on the offensive side of the ball? Thank You for listening. please like and subscribe if you like what you hear from us. Follow the show on twitter @LiftOffJets Follow Charman on Twitter @Grownfolk1980 and also on PlayLikeaJet.com Follow Chris on twitter @cpizzaia and also on @TalkingRivals baseball podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cp7ny/message
What if our doing came from a place of being? Especially in times of turmoil. Listen to a rest note with Karen on rest, women's bodies, leadership, and why staying in your body is more important than ever today. Resources for this episode can be found here: https://daringtorest.com/podcast/69
In today's episode, we're re-broadcasting another episode from our previous podcast, How Things Grow.Our guest is Gina Gotthilf, co-founder at Latitud, a platform dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs and companies in Latin America. Prior to this, Gina worked as VP Marketing/Growth at Duolingo and worked as International Marketing, Growth and Community lead at Tumblr. In this episode, Gina talks about how she began her career in growth marketing despite having a degree in Philosophy and not a lot of quantitative skills. She describes how learnt a lot on the job through Googling and trying-things-out. She learned and grew her skills to a point where she was able ascend to a position and steer Duolingo's growth from 3 million installs to 200 million installs with very little paid marketing: Gina describes her journey in this episode. We talk about her start with Duolingo, how she drove international growth through PR, how she transitioned to product growth, some of the very unconventional product experiments and wins that drove widespread adoption for Duolingo - and much much more. KEY HIGHLIGHTS
In this episode, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo, Courtney Cronin, and Brian Windhorst debate whether or not the 76ers are a contender in the East if James Harden decides to re-sign with the team. Staying in the NBA's Eastern Conference, the crew is joined by Freddie Coleman to discuss which team is the biggest dark horse heading into the season. Also, Chris, Brian, and Freddie ask the question: Should Lebron want an extension with the Lakers? Booger McFarland joins the show to debate if the Eagles are an All-Star team and if the Dallas Cowboys will win a playoff game this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo, Courtney Cronin, and Brian Windhorst debate whether or not the 76ers are a contender in the East if James Harden decides to re-sign with the team. Staying in the NBA's Eastern Conference, the crew is joined by Freddie Coleman to discuss which team is the biggest dark horse heading into the season. Also, Chris, Brian, and Freddie ask the question: Should Lebron want an extension with the Lakers? Booger McFarland joins the show to debate if the Eagles are an All-Star team and if the Dallas Cowboys will win a playoff game this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Sporting News 7 brings you the 7 biggest sports stories in 7 minutes at 7am. Building on the award-winning journalism of The Sporting News, you'll get all you need to know in one handy bitesize podcast. From NFL to NBA, the best of fight sports and all the international action, you won't miss a thing. Hosted by Demetria Obilor, the Sporting News 7 is a unique take on the day's big sports events - available to listen to wherever and whenever you want.For more great sporting insight, go to sportingnews.com or @sportingnews.Produced by Daft Doris.Related links:https://www.sportingnews.com/us/nba/news/nba-free-agency-2022-ranking-top-25-kyrie-irving-deandre-ayton/mt5frjgihkzd55pdqrprpotmhttps://www.sportingnews.com/us/nba/news/nba-free-agency-2022-news-rumors-trade/hwc1csh0vovakcylpczaou6ihttps://www.sportingnews.com/us/nba/news/nba-free-agency-2022-sleepers-afford/vs5bgqj1164db0ewavqlgipuToday's episode includes the following:https://daftdor.is/3ON3Klchttps://daftdor.is/3yvcCXghttps://daftdor.is/3u9UIqrhttps://daftdor.is/3uedygkhttps://daftdor.is/3udyUu8https://daftdor.is/3AhBao6 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Staying emotionally connected when a loved one is deployed for months at a time can be difficult. Jim Daly shares how couples can keep their relationship healthy while they're apart. Support family ministry: https://store.focusonthefamily.com/singleitem/checkout/donation/item/panele?refcd=1426802 If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback: https://focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey/
Michael Girdley @Girdley is joined by Kevin Dahlstrom (@Camp4), we talk about how to become multi-dimensional, get to identify the cliches and what it is like when GenX-ers joins in the Twitter Community, how leaders and CEOs work to be where they are now. Kevin also talks about his banking app business, Swell, that grew over time and became an LP in great Real Estate deals. ----- * Do you love The Michael Girdley Show and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. * Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! * Follow us on Twitter @GirdleyShow Find success in small business investing and entrepreneurship. ----- Show Notes: (00:00) - Introduction (00:56) - Our sponsor is Harbor Capital (02:10) - Are all generations really the same? What makes Gen X the OGs of tech generation? (06:00) - What makes GenX-ers uncomfortable in the Twitter Community? How does one adapt to the platform? (08:55) - In what ways can Twitter be therapeutic? (11:11) - Staying fit in the middle age: How to make it work? (14:30) - On The Road by John Kerouac: How to get the energy to strive? (17:55) - How does each Generation think about stuff? Understand mindsets through generational lenses (22:50) - Elon, like him or not, he's doing cool stuff with his money! (23:47) - What is the key to continuous development? (29:45) - What makes a great product? (30:56) - Why did Kevin get back to an operational role in Swell? (32:02) - How is Bezos' famous quote relevant to Swell? (35:54) - How would you describe the prototypical striver? (39:30) - What is it like to be a zero-to-one visionary type CEO? (42:00) - How does Swell plan to become a billion-dollar business? What is innovative in your approach? (47:28) - What are the challenges, especially with less sophisticated investors? (49:30) - How do you plan to start strivers in PE? (52:40) - What is the biggest problem with Neo banking? (55:20) - A secret to getting someone strong as the First Podcast Guest! (1:22:00) - Life hack: How to kick ass at everything? ----- Links: * Harborcap.com * https://www.swellmoney.com ----- Additional episodes you might enjoy: #38 Jesse Pujji of Gateway X - The CEO job is in constant evolution #37 Eric Jorgenson - GP of Rolling Fun - Information Dealer Extraordinaire #31 I wish I had learned 10 years ago about Pricing Power - Jay Vas shares his clear thinking in this one #24 The recruiter of choice: How JobMobz helps Silicon Valley companies grow so quickly #13 The Hard Money Lending Business - Matthew Weidert of Longleaf Lending
This week Andrew talks with 2x World Cup Champion and 2x Olympic gold medalist Kristine Lilly. Kristine played for the US in 4 different decades, holds the world record for international appearances, and competed in 5 FIFA Women's World Cups. In 2012, she was inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame. Andrew and Kristine explore what makes the US Women's National Team so successful and dig deep into all of the little details that made Kristine one of the greatest soccer players of all-time. This conversation will help you improve as a leader, be a better teammate, and reach your full potential in anything.Show Highlights:2:30 - The power of orange slices and popsicles2:40 - Keeping things in perspective2:50 - Getting youth excited about sports4:40 - USWNT competitiveness5:50 - Improving at practice6:05- Anson Dorrance, Tony DiCicco, April Heinrichs6:27 - USWNT consistency 8:57 - Lifting others up10:01 - Carla Overbeck's leadership12:48 - Little things that make an impact13:30 - Role on post during corner kicks15:05 - Staying focused and consistent17:10 - Overcoming pressure18:30 - Building your confidence19:40 - Importance of fitness in Kristine's career22:50 - Offseason training25:53 - What to look for in young athletes27:02 - USWNT equal pay agreement28:50 - Impact of Cindy Parlow ConeCONNECT WITH ANDREW ON SOCIALTwitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123NEWSLETTERSign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!
When was the last time you really played? In this Emotional Push-Up with Coa Class Operations Lead, https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaileythompson (Kaily Thompson), Dr. Emily explores the benefits of play and of taking a ‘yes, and' approach to your work and relationships. Tune in to learn how you can incorporate more play in your life, and hear Dr. Emily and Kailey play one of their very favorite games. Thank you for listening! Staying emotionally fit takes work and repetition. That's why the Emotionally Fit podcast with psychologist Dr. Emily Anhalt delivers short, actionable Emotional Push-Ups every Monday and Thursday to help you build a better practice of mental health. Join us to kickstart your emotional fitness. Let's flex those feels and do some reps together! Follow Dr. Emily on https://twitter.com/dremilyanhalt (Twitter), and don't forget to follow, rate, review and share the show wherever you listen to podcasts! #EmotionallyFit The Emotionally Fit podcast is produced by https://www.joincoa.com/ (Coa), your gym for mental health. Katie Sunku Wood is the show's producer from https://www.studiopodsf.com/ (StudioPod Media) with additional editing and sound design by https://nodalab.com/ (nodalab), and featuring music by https://open.spotify.com/artist/4opkPECBBcY1LIDa3quwpy?si=l53ce-ONSG2l0yvfJaOVBA (Milano). Special thanks to the entire Coa crew!
Today's guest, Matt Ober, is a really good friend of mine. We laugh about everything – but now we're laughing on the same team, which is the best. Matt joined Social Leverage as a GP a few months ago – and he's the upgrade we've needed to think about the future as the surface of tech continues to expand. Matt was most recently the Chief Data Scientist at Third Point. Prior to that he was head of Data Strategy at WorldQuant and part of the WorldQuant Ventures founding team focused on private investments. Matt is based out of New York City, which gives us boots on the ground there as the web evolves into the next web. He's also started his own company, which we talk a little bit about; I'm always excited to have people on our team who have companies – it keeps the entrepreneurial juices flowing. Matt is wicked smart and knows the business. We overachieved by bringing him on board. He's got all the gifts – he knows how to be social, and how to ask the right questions. Guest - Matt Ober, General Partner at Social Leverage howardlindzon.com, socialleverage.com Twitter: @howardlindzon, @PanicwFriends, @obermattj, @knutjensen linkedin.com/in/matt-ober-caia-b2469214 #fintech #invest #investment #venturecapital #stockmarket #finance Show Notes: Introduction. (00:39) Welcome Matt. (05:19) Working with Social Leverage (06:41) Starting out at Bloomberg (07:18) Responding to a Craigslist ad (08:07) No information overload, only filter failure (09:33) Learning the startup business (11:07) Good rabbit holes and bad rabbit holes (12:40) Working with Dan Loeb at Third Point (13:51) Getting into crypto (15:12) Why crypto is enticing to smart people (17:02) Matt's startup (18:01) Consistent returns on the quant side (21:19) More freedom with a smaller firm (23:00) Concentration v. 1,000s of positions (24:17) Geography matters less now (25:02) Leveraging web3 to build the future (25:20) Talent migration (27:02) The next generation of digital natives (27:15) Staying connected by disconnecting (28:04) What Matt reads to stay ahead (30:27) It's data, content, filters, and your network (33:29) Wrapping up (35:06) Closing thoughts. (39:44)
If you have one foot in the past and one foot in the future you're pissing all over today. Staying focused on the moment you are in does not come easy but my guest tries her best to practice this with every dating experience. She hasn't found her person yet, but she's learning a lot about herself along the way!
The NBA Gambling Podcast continues the off-season episodes. Munaf Manji, Terrell Furman Jr., and Scott Reichel discuss news and notes from around the NBA. First, the guys recap the NBA Draft. The guys discuss Paolo Banchero going #1 and how the top 3 picks played out. Further, the guys discuss the top 10 picks from the draft and the winners of the draft. Later in the podcast, the guys discuss Kyrie's decision to stay with the Nets. Additionally, the guys discuss whether or not teams are willing to pay Kyrie Irving max money. The guys also discuss the market value for Jalen Brunson and how he would fit in with the Knicks. Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - http://sleeper.com/sgpnba Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of Bankless, we welcome back DCinvestor and Eric Conner to share their multicycle bear market war stories. But that's not all! They also unpack why they keep on deciding to stay every cycle, what's different about this cycle vs. previous cycles, the role leverage and macro conditions have played, and their hard-hitting, gigabrain advice for first-time cyclers and multicyclers alike. Survive and advance, anon. We're going to make it. ------
“Staying Dapper as a Dad” The finale is here! Josh and Betsy are joined by Andrew Eckstrom to talk about how to stay dapper as a dad of four kids. In addition to discussing this important topic, they talk about Andrew's efforts to raise money for cancer research and the importance of men being in a men's Bible study. Finally, for the first time ever on Intersect, we introduce the lighting round. Hope you enjoy! Show Notes: Lebron James on his draft day Real Men Wear Pink | American Cancer Society Football vs. Fútbol Suggestions for future episodes? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jay Cutler sits down with sports personality and media sensation Pat McAfee, and immediately dive into the benefits of coffee and learning how to lose weight, as Pat jokes that even though he played soccer most of his youth he has gained back a lot of weight since his pro career ended. Plus Pat and Jay talk about their workout routines and how to manage dealing with guys who want to compete at the gym at their age. And Pat also talks about how playing soccer took up so much of his time in high school that he would just show up the Friday before football games with little or no practice and somehow kick it a country mile. Pat also tells the EPIC story about borrowing $100, gambling in an illegal poker game and turning it into enough money to go to Miami for kicking tryouts for college. Jay and Pat also talk about how to keep their kids grounded in a world of wild success (even though Pat hasn't had any kids yet) and Pat talks about how he got "around" going to the combine and got his offers from his pro day. And when Pat got drafted as a punter he had to quickly learn how to punt at a pro level, as he was always a kicker. And of course Pat's run with Barstool, his short lived stand up career, and how he grew his own brand online.
There were no credible scenarios in which Lakers guard Russell Westbrook decided to decline his $47.1 million player option for next season. Not in a world where maybe - maybe - he'd be in line to get someone's midlevel exception for about $10 mil. And that's a best-case scenario. So while Tuesday's news that Westbrook has exercised the option and is, save a trade, set to return isn't surprising, it's one more step towards actually taking the floor for L.A. this year. That's something few thought would happen at the end of last season. So how is the relationship with Westbrook? Has the team been bluffing with all the nice stuff they've said about him this offseason? Is there a chance everyone can reset the relationship and get him to play ball with a new outlook and new role? Would Russ accept it? Would it really make a difference if he did? (How many guys change their games to start doing the little things in their 15th year?) And how was the relationship impacted by the whole Kyrie Irving saga, which linked Brooklyn's guard to the Lakers? To discuss all of this, along with Malik Monk's potential future with the Lakers and a preview of what the team might do in free agency when it kicks off this week, Jovan Buha of The Athletic joins the show. He brings all his insight about the state of Westbrook and the Lakers, his understanding of Monk's priorities (based on a great new feature on the guy) and more. LISTEN UP! HOSTS: Andy and Brian Kamenetzky with guest, Jovan Buha SEGMENT 1: Russ is back. Back again. Russ is back, Russ is back, Russ is back, Russ is back, Russ is back... SEGMENT 2: How close were the Lakers to getting Kyrie Irving? Was there fire to go with the smoke? SEGMENT 3: Would Monk stay with the Lakers for less than he'd get on the open market? Would the Lakers try hard to keep him, over other options? How will they approach free agency when it kicks off Thursday afternoon? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Arcade1up Pre-order now from arcade1up.com - that's Arcade, the number 1, Up, dot com - for an estimated early September ship date! They are giving away a NBA JAM Shaq edition to a Locked On listener! Enter for a chance to win a game console for your man-cave at arcade1up.com/lockedon. Sakara Sakara is a wellness company anchored in food as medicine, on a mission to nourish. Go to Sakara.com/LOCKEDON20 or Enter Code “LOCKEDON20” for 20% off at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
If the market outlook has you feeling uncomfortable, you are not alone. This discomfort may cause you to want to change course, but consider that moments of extreme discomfort are often reverse indicators. Extreme discomfort can mean that you are on the right track to grow in a new direction. On this episode of Retirement Answer Man, I answer your questions about choosing a financial advisor, how to weather tumultuous financial markets, and using a Roth 401K. Learn what you can do in the midst of an uncertain future by pressing play. Is this the big one? Weathering market downturns can be like weathering a storm. When you are in the thick of it you may wonder if this is the big one that will wreck your home and change your life. Should you just hold on tight and hope that everything will all work out? No. No one can hold your hand and assure you that your finances will recover. The rules of investing change in retirement The rules of investing when you are in the accumulation period of life don't work the same in when you are decumulating assets. Since you are nearing or already into retirement you don't have a 40-year investment timeframe to work with, so you may not be around for the next market upswing. You're in a period of life where you will need money from your investments in a short time frame. This is why you'll need a well-thought-out strategy that can help you to stay agile. As the situation unfolds, you can make little adjustments as needed. Staying agile will help you maintain flexibility and retain agency. In a situation that feels out of your control, it is important to find ways to retain agency to do what you have to do to control the things that you can. You don't want to feel powerless, so focus on what you can control. Watch out for false prophets No one can predict what will happen in the future. However, there are many out there that claim that if you follow them they will lead you down the right path. We have to accept our own uncertainty and refrain from trying to figure it all out. Instead of trying to predict the future or following false prophets, it is important to create a plan that you can follow to actively navigate through these tumultuous waters which will see you through any eventuality. How to know when it is time to switch advisors How can you know if your financial advisor is doing a good job? What are some red flags that indicate that you should reevaluate your relationship with your advisor? One listener is concerned about his financial advisor since they had two misunderstandings in the last two years and is wondering if he change advisors. When researching financial advisors look for a specialist that can advise you through your specific financial situation. Consider whether they have the skillset and expertise to handle the problems and opportunities of your specific situation. Do they focus on what you need? Is your advisor an active thinker that makes decisions or do they simply follow a checklist? Since the decisions that you are making aren't crystal clear, it is important to have a process to think through decisions in an organized manner. Does your advisor help you with this? Do they walk you through the pros and cons of each decision? Is the advisor product-focused or process-focused? If they are product-focused then this is a red flag. Another red flag is if they focus on trying to predict what the markets will do. Since no one can predict the future, it is important to find someone who will focus on the things that are within your control. Listen in to hear what else you should consider when choosing a financial advisor and when to consider finding a new one. OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE RETIREMENT ANSWER MAN PRACTICAL PLANNING SEGMENT [3:23] Moments of extreme discomfort are reverse indicators COACH'S CORNER [7:38] Kevin wants to give to the kids while they're still here [12:15] On giving money without strings attached [17:25] Kevin is relearning to show his true colors LISTENER QUESTIONS [19:39] How to know when it is time to switch advisors [34:05] What gives us the confidence that we will recover this time? [41:50] Should Jen switch to a Roth 401K? [48:23] What to use as a yield for net present value calculations TODAY'S SMART SPRINT SEGMENT [50:07] Experiment with digital minimalism for a week Resources Mentioned In This Episode BOOK - The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande Boomer Benefits Rock Retirement Club Roger's YouTube Channel - Roger That BOOK - Rock Retirement by Roger Whitney Roger's Retirement Learning Center
Lexi B didn't grow up dreaming about working in the world of tech. In fact, she assumed anyone in the tech industry was skilled in coding, so a career in the tech world was just simply out of reach. So, imagine her surprise to now find herself in a Chief of Staff role for key leaders at Twitter. However, it is really no surprise that Lexi B forged her way into a leadership role. From an early age, Lexi has been a connector. Even as a freshman in her Stanford dorm, she realized that while her peers may not have important connections as 18-year-olds, their parents and relatives did. It was that moment that Lexi B discovered the power of community and her first networks were formed sparking her non-traditional path into Tech. Lexi's a vibrant leader who believes in promoting others's good work and providing them the tools to do their jobs well. Join us as we hear all about Lexi's path and what earned her a leadership position at Twitter. Visit www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Lexi. Highlights: [02:24] Lexi B's background and how she got into the tech industry [05:32] Lexi B's definition of success starting out [07:50] Creating a personal brand [14:05) Overcoming limiting beliefs and fears [20:14] Getting help from mentors who don't look like you [25:33] How to ask people for help and to not feel like a burden [30:07] Staying authentic even in success and leadership guidance from mentors [38:19] Habits and rituals that help in uncertainty [44:05] Lightning round questions Quotes: “Just because someone doesn't look like you, or identify with you, whatever identity layer that is, does not mean they can't pour into you in some capacity.”– Lexi B “Your career is not just your career, it is personal.” – Lexi B “If a bodyguard and a Power Ranger and a program manager and a strategy leader had a baby, that's how I look at my job.” – Lexi B Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you? “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” by Maya Angelou, “Shoe Dog” by Phil Knight, and anything by Toni Morrison. What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying? From my mom: “Do you boo.” From my dad: “All you have to do in this world is stay black and die.” What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself? Candid, to a fault. What is one change you've implanted that made your life better? I got clarity on what I wanted to be when I grow up. What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage? “Rhythm Nation” by Janet Jackson and anything by Janelle Monáe. About Lexi B: 2020 WomenTech Network “Speaker of The Year” winner and one of Silicon Valley's most candid and prominent voices, Alexandria “Lexi B.” Butler is an expert storyteller and workplace freedom fighter. Her expertise in career growth and branding, executive leadership, and workplace equity have graced the world's most enormous stages, including Stanford University, Anita B. Org's Grace Hopper Celebration, Perspektywy Women In Tech Summit, Facebook, Instagram and many more. A program manager at one of the largest tech companies globally, she is frequently tapped to share her thought-provoking advice and opinions on how to create a more equitable work environment. In April 2017, Lexi B founded Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech. Today, it is one of the largest virtual communities of its kind to exist, boasting a 10,000+ membership of professional women from over 72 countries in tech and tech-adjacent careers. This international society has been nationally and locally recognized by Instagram, Youtube, Linkedin, Slack, Black Enterprise, Rolling Out, Phenomenally, The Ladders, Built-In, and more. The Stanford graduate and St. Louis, MO native believes, “people deserve to live the life that caters to their strengths and passions. By truly understanding what they need and offer, everyone can implement tools to realize their path and thrive.” She shares her reflections and views on social media at @lexibspeaks. Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lexibspeaks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LexiBSpeaks LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lexib/ Website: https://www.lexib.com/
On this episode, we sit down with Esther Kim, the co-founder of the clothing brand Into The Night which has been featured in Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, Nylon, and Who What Wear, to name a few! Esther shares with us the inspiration and mission behind her clothing line, a behind-the-scenes look into her design process, the strangest beverage she's ever sipped abroad, and her best tips for staying spontaneous AND intentional while running a business and being a new mom! Connect With Esther - @eskimoves Into the Night - @shop_intothenight Follow us on - Instagram: @obsessedwiththebestpod YouTube: Obsessed With The Best Patreon: Obsessed With The Best TikTok: @obsessedwiththebestpod This Podcast Is Sponsored By Better Help For 10% off your first month of virtual therapy tap the link below or enter code: OBSESSED at checkout! https://betterhelp.com/obsessed This Podcast Is Sponsored By Ombre Labs For $30 off your at home gut health test tap the link below or enter code: OBSESSED at checkout! https://tryombre.com/obsessed Shop our Favorite Brands! Beauty Counter To shop clean beauty with Obsessed With The Best, just tap our link below and enter code: CLEANFORALL20 at checkout for 20% off your order! https://beautycounter.com/obsessed Plant People: Use code OBSESSED for 15% off your first Plant People order at www.plantpeople.co/OBSESSED Get your Obsessed With The Best Merch! https://obsessed-with-the-best.creator-spring.com/ Feel free to email us any time at email@example.com with questions, comments, and product or guest suggestions! Support us by supporting our host network, DimlyWit Productions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
LIVE SHOW JULY 9, 2022 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/she-i-podcast-live-tickets-356324605487 Welcome back to She & I Podcast! This week B~Love starts by talking about India Marie not wanting to date. He then talks about her denial of his feet. India Marie asks B~Love if he has a foot fetish. They then discuss Veruz and how Ray J and Omarion let them down. Staying there, B~Love's relationTIP is about using fruit in the bedroom. WWID, India Marie answers a listener's letter about being left at the airport. Watch the full episode on YouTube, www.youtube.com/channel/UCQAxdqat3tvdZfTg1gbmkbA Tune In, Like, Share, and Subscribe. www.sheandipodcast.com/ www.instagram.com/sheandipodcast/ instagram.com/blove1911/ www.instagram.com/india.marie/ www.shedidthat.com/
Today's word of the day is ‘overturned' as in the decision is changed as in Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court last Friday. Let me just share my thoughts on this. Please stay with me. (11:10) The Angels and Mariners had a massive brawl over the weekend. Punches thrown. Chokeholds done. Batters hit. 47 games worth of suspensions were given out. Whoa. (24:55) Review: Uncharted. (28:45) Kyrie Irving has opted in to his last year with the Brooklyn Nets. $36.5M. There were rumors everywhere that he would be leaving. He wanted to go to the Lakers. He wanted to go to somewhere. Nope. Staying with Brooklyn. (35:45) NPPOD - Yankees and Astros split a4-game series. Aaron Judge and the Yankees settled before their arbitration hearing. Why did they settle? (43:40) Wait to see updates! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices