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The
Leadership is NOT a Solo Act!

The "Bless His Heart" Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 18:12


There's nothing like leading a school as a TEAM! In this episode, I mention Principal Kafele's Asst. Principal Virtual Academy. You can access his episodes and more info by clicking here. Check out the new Ruthless Equity Accelerator baby!!! It's a 9 Week Interactive Video book study...facilitated by ME!!! I'm STOKED!!!! Click here to grab my new book, Ruthless Equity: Disrupt The Status-Quo And Ensure Learning For ALL Students. It is a game changer baby! For A Signed Copy of Ruthless Equity: go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store and order the book there. Get 20% off orders of 20 or more copies Ruthless Equity: Go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/bulk20 Click here to access everything I do and every FREE resource I have! Remember to save me as a contact! Follow me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfoldthesoul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenspeaks/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfoldthesoul/ To schedule a talk with Ken about speaking, coaching, or consulting: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/contact Visit The Unfold The Soul Shop: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-williams88/message

Barrelled Surf Podcast
Mike "Stomper" McAuliffe

Barrelled Surf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 68:36


Mike Stomper McAuliffe. Stoked to have Stomper in the shedquarters. A surfer through and through, Stomper came through the WA and Australian ranks during a golden era of WA surfing. Think Dave Macaulay, Mitch Thorson, Wayne Jaggard, Stuart Bedford Brown - the list goes on - and he beat 'em all! From WA and Australian titles to a life mentoring and coaching the groms to days spent in the judging tent, Stomper has always been about giving back. This one's a ripper, so jump in Flegends!

The
When your URL does not COMPEL...

The "Bless His Heart" Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 19:39


At THAT SCHOOL, selling mission and vision is more than having a pretty website baby! Check out the new Ruthless Equity Accelerator baby!!! It's a 9 Week Interactive Video book study...facilitated by ME!!! I'm STOKED!!!! Click here to grab my new book, Ruthless Equity: Disrupt The Status-Quo And Ensure Learning For ALL Students. It is a game changer baby! For A Signed Copy of Ruthless Equity: go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store and order the book there. Get 20% off orders of 20 or more copies Ruthless Equity: Go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/bulk20 Click here to access everything I do and every FREE resource I have! Remember to save me as a contact! Follow me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfoldthesoul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenspeaks/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfoldthesoul/ To schedule a talk with Ken about speaking, coaching, or consulting: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/contact Visit The Unfold The Soul Shop: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-williams88/message

Strong + Unfiltered
EP 110: Letting Go + Unbecoming

Strong + Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 84:44


My dear friend Jess Cahill is back + today we talk all things life, have a shit load of laughs + talk about her not being a vegan anymore!   You don't wanna miss this one!   Follow Jess on Instagram! Follow Me on Instagram! Can is finally out of the bag + I QUIT conventional medicine.  I am now a full time entrepreneur + STOKED to start offering all of the services with empowered medicine!  1:1 Services offered nationwide (US) as well as group coaching + education opportunities!  ALL THE THINGS are coming! Learn more about working with me!

Real Estate Mega Moms Podcast
Episode 330 Meet the speaker Britney Shanburn 2023 Abundance Conference

Real Estate Mega Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 18:58


Meet the Speaker!  You asked…WE ANSWERED Each time we've hosted an event we have ladies want more info on supporting their clients with loan info! We get it! It's a lot to lean into, especially if you're just getting started in the industry! For that reason- We're so STOKED to introduce Britney Shanburn! Britney is joining us as a speaker at Abundance Conference 2023! Britney is a licensed loan officer at one of the LEADING AND FASTEST GROWING brokerages in the country! After spending time mastering different roles in the industry at the largest wholesale lender in the county and training hundreds of loan officers and processors throughout the nation, she now focuses on developing QUALITY REALTOR RELATIONSHIPS AND EDUCATION!  Britney's knowledge is something we can all learn from and apply immensely, we ARE SO EXCITED to have her join us! To learn more about Abundance Conference 2023 go here  bit.ly/joinabundance2023

The
STOP, DROP, and REFLECT!

The "Bless His Heart" Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 21:25


It's always a good time to reflect and respond! Check out the new Ruthless Equity Accelerator baby!!! It's a 9 Week Interactive Video book study...facilitated by ME!!! I'm STOKED!!!! Click here to grab my new book, Ruthless Equity: Disrupt The Status-Quo And Ensure Learning For ALL Students. It is a game changer baby! For A Signed Copy of Ruthless Equity: go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store and order the book there. Get 20% off orders of 20 or more copies Ruthless Equity: Go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/bulk20 Click here to access everything I do and every FREE resource I have! Remember to save me as a contact! Follow me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfoldthesoul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenspeaks/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfoldthesoul/ To schedule a talk with Ken about speaking, coaching, or consulting: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/contact Visit The Unfold The Soul Shop: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-williams88/message

Explorers Wanted
Stoked for the Void

Explorers Wanted

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 46:15


Still separated, the crew attempts to find each other and uncover more mysteries that surround the inhabitants of the Foundry. History repeats itself for Nix, and she finds herself in an uncomfortably familiar negotiation. Dili helps a fellow tradesman. ChaCha serves as doll interpreter. Player Intrusion: Stace: Forager (https://hopfrogsa.net/forager/) Your cast: GM: Daniel (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/daniel) Adilabrim "Dili" Kret: Sampson (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/sampson) Chansey "Cha-Cha" Letoile: Alex (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/alex) Nix: Stace (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/stace) Music Theme music: Ninth World by Dave Sterling (https://www.mixcloud.com/davesterling/). Previously On by Monument Studios Loading Screen A by Monument Studios Dark Web by Dark Fantasy Studio Complex Mind by Dark Fantasy Studio Conspiracy Theme by Monument Studios Turbulent by Monument Studios Hybrid Anticipation by Monument Studios Conspiracy Theme B by Monument Studios Personal by Monument Studios The Haunting by Monument Studios Production Editing: Daniel Transcription: Stace Safety in Role-playing It is essential that everyone playing in a game feels safe and is having fun. We've compiled a brief list of the safety tools we use here (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/safety). As always, see our standard disclaimer (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/disclaimer).

100 Words Or Less: The Podcast
Jacob Duarte from Narrow Head

100 Words Or Less: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 54:10


Stoked to bring on Jacob Duarte from Narrow Head on the podcast this week as we geek out over how cool of a scene Texas has, the importance of a band like Iron Age on the scene and centering his life around music. Enjoy!  Buy Podcast Merch Here Theme Song by Tapestry Gold Subscribe to the podcast on YouTube Listen to “More On That”, a supplementary podcast to 100 Words on Spotify exclusively Rockabilia sells you officially licensed Merch from ALL your favorite bands (and your Dad's favorite band, your siblings etc...). Use the promo code 100WORDSORLESS for 10% off your order.  Evil Greed is a highly curated merchandise provider from Berlin, Germany with fast, worldwide shipping and features stores from bands like Power Trip, Deafheaven, Nails, Russian Circles and so much more. Use promo code 100WORDS for 10% off your first order today! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Heart & Hustle Podcast
311: Behind the Scenes with Lindsey's Past Bride with Raziel Rizzo

The Heart & Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 47:41 Very Popular


Today's episode is the start of a two-part series that we're STOKED about. We reached out to a past bride of Lindsey's, Raziel Rizzo. She photographed her and her husband Caleb's wedding in San Francisco last February. We asked Raz to be on the show to interview her as a past bride to truly spill the tea on what it was like working with Lindsey as her photographer.  --------------------------------- Show notes: https://theheartuniversity.com/311-behind-the-scenes-with-lindseys-past-bride-with-raziel-rizzo --------------------------------- Camera Gear Freebie: www.theheartuniversity.com/gear --------------------------------- Basecamp: www.basecamp.com/heart Use the link above to try Basecamp for free!  --------------------------------- Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/heartandhustle Save 10% off your first month with Better Help!  --------------------------------- If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here. --------------------------------- PODCAST10 for 10% off anything from The Shop! www.theheartuniversity.com/shop --------------------------------- Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity  

Armstrong In The Loop Podcast
Public Lands Stoked For Snow Winter Tailgate

Armstrong In The Loop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 23:42


Happy New Year to all of our listeners! We're kicking off 2023 with a fantastic episode with our friends at Public Lands. Catlyn and Lee join us to share their excitement for everything you can do outside during the winter months.Public Lands is located in Cranberry Township in the Best Buy plaza. Their mission is introducing a new destination for everything you need to get outside and be a part of a community that thrives in the outdoors. Whether your playground is the crag or the creek, single track or the slopes, whether you've been shredding for years, or are taking your first steps on the trail, Public Lands has you covered with essential gear, apparel and more. And while you're getting equipped, take advantage of the in-store services, rentals, classes and other experiences we're happy to offer all explorers.We take time to learn about all of the exciting classes and events that will be happening at the store or in the community over the winter months. Their big event is on January 6th, Stoked for Snow Winter Tailgate. Public Lands is throwing a Snowsports Tailgate on the patio!! They will be grilling up food on the Blackstone, warming up around the Solo Stove, sharing brews from Stick City Brewing, and Camp Chef will be baking cinnamon rolls & a hot cocoa bar!!The Snowsports team will be offering free ski and snowboard waxing demos along with getting you outfitted with the newest gear to stay warm and look fresh on the slopes!Don't forget to wear your retro ski gear to win a prize for best outfit!Lee takes time to give advice for those wanting to participate in outdoor activities during the cold temperatures. The most important part of our conversation is making sure you get a solid pair of boots and protect your head with a proper helmet. He has other great pieces of advice but we'll let you listen to learn more! We talk about misconceptions that people might have when trying to be active in the outdoors during the winter. As well as great advice to give to people who are just starting out or are letting their kids try something new. We can't thank Catlyn and Lee enough for joining us! All of their classes and events can be found on their website:https://www.publiclands.com/s/pittsburgh-classes-and-eventsor on their Instagram page:https://www.instagram.com/publiclandsshoppgh/

The
When Delegating Goes Wrong!

The "Bless His Heart" Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 18:21


When you delegate a leadership task to a group of capable people, LET GO! Check out the new Ruthless Equity Accelerator baby!!! It's a 9 Week Interactive Video book study...facilitated by ME!!! I'm STOKED!!!! Click here to grab my new book, Ruthless Equity: Disrupt The Status-Quo And Ensure Learning For ALL Students. It is a game changer baby! For A Signed Copy of Ruthless Equity: go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store and order the book there. Get 20% off orders of 20 or more copies Ruthless Equity: Go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/bulk20 Click here to access everything I do and every FREE resource I have! Remember to save me as a contact! Follow me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfoldthesoul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenspeaks/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfoldthesoul/ To schedule a talk with Ken about speaking, coaching, or consulting: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/contact Visit The Unfold The Soul Shop: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-williams88/message

The Peer Pleasure Podcast
2022 Year In Review with Blake Wyland (Tone Mob Podcast)

The Peer Pleasure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 122:07 Very Popular


Episode 318 is up and live now with the annual Year in Review episode for 2022 with my good buddy Blake Wyland from the Tone Mob Podcast! Stoked to wrap up another year with my friend and get some hang time in the Shred Shed! I hope you all enjoy! Don't forget to rate and subscribe! We are now proudly presented by Sound Talent Media.  @stmpodcasts   Love the show? Sign up for Premium Pleasure Http://peerpleasure.supportingcast.fm   Visit the website at: www.peerpleasurepodcast.com   Go Rate, Write a Review and subscribe to the show now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts.   You can now rate the show on Spotify! Please take a moment to do that now if you are streaming on Spotify. Follow the show on Instagram: @peerpleasurepod Follow the show on Twitter: @podpeerpleasure Follow the show on Facebook: @peerppod You can email me at: peerpleasurepod@gmail.com Don't forget to check out our amazing sponsors! Go to distrokid.com/vip/ppp for 30% off your years membership to get your music distributed online everywhere! Thank you DistroKid! Go to Hearinglife.com to set up your complimentary hearing evaluation now! @thunderboltguitars @ryderevanrobison.studio @stringjoy @distrokid @hearinglife Music Credits: Opening theme song, "Trans-Am Sunday" by Hobosexual Closing theme song, "My (fucking) Deer Hunter" by Fear Before The March Of Flames Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DJ & PK
Hot Takes or Toast: How stoked are BYU fans to get transfer QB Kedon Slovis?

DJ & PK

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 25:18


DJ & PK talked about the addition of Kedon Slovis for the BYU football program and what he might be capable of accomplishing in 2023 for the Cougars.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dark Starts Backcountry Splitboard Podcast
Alex Andrews - WNDR Alpine - Frothing & Stoked

Dark Starts Backcountry Splitboard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 100:11


EPISODE 97 Alex Andrews of WNDR Alpine is a rad dude with experiences ranging from skating bowls and jibbing the streets of Ogden, UT. He eventually started riding and working for Burton as a young ripper. Alex's “powder panic” and love for the mountains have him aligned with Wonder Alpine as their snowboard marketing and product manager. His passion made this a great chat and we hope you love this one. @therealfrothpuppy @wndr_alpine wndr-alpine.com DARK STARTS @darkstarts.podcast darkstarts.ca

The
End Of Year Recap and Connect!

The "Bless His Heart" Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 5:10


A little celebration and appreciation before taking a little break! Check out the new Ruthless Equity Accelerator baby!!! It's a 9 Week Interactive Video book study...facilitated by ME!!! I'm STOKED!!!! Click here to grab my new book, Ruthless Equity: Disrupt The Status-Quo And Ensure Learning For ALL Students. It is a game changer baby! For A Signed Copy of Ruthless Equity: go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store and order the book there. Get 20% off orders of 20 or more copies Ruthless Equity: Go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/bulk20 Click here to access everything I do and every FREE resource I have! Remember to save me as a contact! Follow me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfoldthesoul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenspeaks/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfoldthesoul/ To schedule a talk with Ken about speaking, coaching, or consulting: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/contact Visit The Unfold The Soul Shop: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-williams88/message

Jono & Ben - The Podcast
BONUS: Shaun Johnson Is Stoked To Be In NZ For Xmas!

Jono & Ben - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 5:19


We chat to Shaun Johnson from the ONE NZ Warriors about his plans for Xmas, the warriors in 2023 and LEGO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The
Names Have Been Changed To Protect The Sluggish, The Sorry, and The Soon To Be Gone!

The "Bless His Heart" Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 29:52


I wuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuushhhh you would send a student to the office with an ultimatum for me!!! I wuuuuuuuush you damn would do that! Can you tell that this episode's journal entry triggered me???? Check out the new Ruthless Equity Accelerator baby!!! It's a 9 Week Interactive Video book study...facilitated by ME!!! I'm STOKED!!!! Click here to grab my new book, Ruthless Equity: Disrupt The Status-Quo And Ensure Learning For ALL Students. It is a game changer baby! For A Signed Copy of Ruthless Equity: go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store and order the book there. Get 20% off orders of 20 or more copies Ruthless Equity: Go to https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/bulk20 Click here to access everything I do and every FREE resource I have! Remember to save me as a contact! Follow me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfoldthesoul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenspeaks/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfoldthesoul/ To schedule a talk with Ken about speaking, coaching, or consulting: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/contact Visit The Unfold The Soul Shop: https://www.unfoldthesoul.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-williams88/message

Mainstreet Cape Breton
Stoked for the Holidays

Mainstreet Cape Breton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 8:11


We meet 16-year-old Natalie Costello, producer of the Stoked for the Holidays concert. The 25th anniversary event, featuring a collection of young and up-and-coming artists, happens on Friday December 23rd at the Ashby Legion Branch 138.

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword
Saturday, December 10, 2022 - More than a heptad of great clues

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 13:24


An exceptional Saturday crossword by Sid Sivakumar, who seems to be incapable of writing any other kind. The clues were fabulous (as we explore in depth in today's episode), and even the crossings were praiseworthy - most notably 38A, Rock forming mineral that makes up over half the earth's crust, FELDSPAR intersecting 17A, Meets expectations, in a way, MAKESPAR, while even 19A, Pumped, STOKED versus 4D, Preakness or Belmont, STAKES, had a nice alliterative feel. Today being Saturday, we also have selected our JAMCOTWA - Jean And Mike Crossword of The Week Award - and to find out which puzzle won, all you need to do is subscribe/download and listen up.Bonus Shownotes Feature!A few links for those who want to dig deeper:Are neopets still a thing? The Father of PlasticsHow accurate are iris scans?Contact Info:We love listener mail! Drop us a line, crosswordpodcast@icloud.com.Also, we're on FaceBook, so feel free to drop by there and strike up a conversation!

Bitcoin Dad Pod
Episode 54: Neo-Colonialism vs Bitcoin

Bitcoin Dad Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 64:20


News ECB staff threaten to strike over non-inflation adjusted wages (https://www.ft.com/content/0fab7af9-e950-43f1-b1aa-f2deeb21b34d) Economics Alex Gladstein's History of the IMF and World Bank (https://bitcoinmagazine.com/culture/imf-world-bank-repress-poor-countries) is a bleak story of an ostensibly capitalist but practically imperialist world economic system Privacy Janine's this month in bitcoin privacy returns! (https://enegnei.github.io/This-Month-In-Bitcoin-Privacy/November_2022/) and is more like "this quarter in bitcoin privacy" Feedback Remember to get in touch bitcoindadpod@protonmail.com or @bitcoindadpod (https://mobile.twitter.com/bitcoindadpod) on twitter Consider joining the matrix channel (https://matrix.to/#/#bitcoin:jupiterbroadcasting.com) using a matrix client like element (https://element.io/get-started), details here (https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/community/matrix/) Boosts From: BitcoinLizard 50,000 sats > Chris mentioned that there are 72 Bitcoin currently locked in Lightning channels. The actual public Lightning capacity is closer to 5072 Bitcoin! This number doesn't include private channel capacity so we can't know the total number of Bitcoin on lightning. https://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/dashboard/ From: vanvroom 5789 sats great show as always. what do you guys think about the futurebit Apollo node and miner? looks cool but a little pricey Apollo BTC - A Bitcoin ASIC Miner and Desktop Class Computer running a – FutureBit LLC (https://shop.futurebit.io/products/pre-order-apollo-btc-a-bitcoin-asic-miner-and-desktop-class-computer-running-a-full-node-and-much-more-batch-1-ships-in-late-april-to-may) The first heater that mines bitcoin (https://www.heatbit.com/) BitHeater – The World's First Bitcoin Mining Heater (https://bitcoinminingheater.com/) From: adoptingbitcoin 4,200 sats > Thank you for participating at and contributing to Adopting Bitcoin, Dad! Stoked to hear you'll come again and bring Chris with you in '23. PS: videos from the conference are available on youtube.com/@adoptingbitcoin (youtube.com/@adoptingbitcoin), cheers Value for Value Podcasting 2.0 to support an indepenent podcasting ecosystem (https://podcastindex.org/) Recomended Podcasting2.0 apps: Fountain (https://www.fountain.fm/) podcast app (Android) Podverse (https://podverse.fm/) (Cross platform and self hostable) Castamatic (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/castamatic-podcast-player/id966632553) (Apple)+ Podcasting 2.0 to support an indepenent podcasting ecosystem (https://podcastindex.org/) Sponsors and Acknowledgements Music by Lesfm from Pixabay Self Hosted Show (https://selfhosted.show/) courtesy of Jupiter Broadcasting (https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/) v

Positive Impact
#137: Eric Bettencourt - Hands of God, Humble Servant, & Wisdom Purveyor

Positive Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 40:43


"We want to be this macho man and suppress our feelings and we don't want to cry, that's where society is all wrong. It's ok to cry. It's ok to get in touch with your inner self, your heart, your feminine energy, it's part of the healing process." -Eric Bettencourt Mentor, reiki master, bodyworker, energy healer, and trusted friend....Stoked to share this podcast episode with my guy, Eric Bettencourt! If you're in southern CA, you need to book an appointment with Eric. In the episode, we discuss the Positive Impact Eric has had on my life since we started working together 9 months ago. We also discuss what healthy and conscious masculinity looks like in today's society obsessed with financial wealth. Even though it's at the expense of our physical health. And listen to what Eric's definition of success is. You can find him on IG: @casadewarrior Finally, if you need a mentor in your life, or the life of a loved one, please send me a message to schedule a 30-minute connection call. TheAndrewSchultz.com or @Positive_Impact_Andrew on IG. Together, We will uncover the things getting in the way of becoming your highest good, discover the negative consequences those actions are having on your life, and the lives of those around you, and discarding the old ways of being to create new, healthy, and positive ways of being to experience Positive Impact Transformation.

Richard Ellis Talks on Oneplace.com

Just as a fire can go out and turn into a pile of ashes that can be stoked to find embers to relight the fire, our excitement about salvation can be renewed. When we remember God's blessings for us, big or small, it stokes the fire in our hearts to be thankful for what He's given and have a faith that connects to our feelings. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/640/29

Richard Ellis Talks

When a fire goes out, the ashes can be stoked, and the flame can be relit from the embers. In the same way, our excitement about our salvation might fade over time, but that spark can be renewed if we stoke the embers of gratitude. When we remember God's blessings in our lives, big or small, it re-ignites a spirit of thankfulness for all that He's given us.

Tribal Council
Episode 126: #126 - 43.11 - Golly am I stoked

Tribal Council

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 50:01


Patrick and Chris discuss another good episode of season 43. They also lay out their predictions for the rest of the season.Email: tribalcouncilpodcast@gmail.comTwitter: @tribalcouncil20

same, sis
019 | a december to remember

same, sis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 75:50


Stoked about the holidays but also feeling overwhelmed? Same, sis! ;) This week we are chatting all about how we plan to make this month special for our families and hope it's a one stop shop for you to no longer feel overwhelmed but equipped with so many fun ideas!! We also share our Christmas traditions, and even get a bit spicey chattin about sexmas. ;) Can't wait for you to hear!! Don't forget to rate and review the podcast!!

Snark Marks, A Retrospective Wrestling Podcast
Episode 80: WCW Starrcade 1989: So Stoked We Get To Watch Doom Wrestle Three Times

Snark Marks, A Retrospective Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 105:23


1989 was a tumultuous year for the NWA. With Dusty Rhodes leaving as WCW booker, a power vacuum was created that eventually led to a booking-by-committee situation. This could have led to a bad year product-wise, but at least at the big shows, the talent on the roster and the quality of their work produced a fantastic year for wrestling. For some reason, they decided to end the year with two non-title round robin tournaments. Was it a good idea? No! Was there some fun to be had? Kind of, I guess! We got to see some more great Ric Flair work, at least. Join us as we say goodbye to 1989 in our season 5 finale! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @SnarkMarksPod, follow Dusty on Twitter @SnarkMarkD, and follow Andrew on Instagram @AndrewIdell! 00:00 - 11:38 Dusty points out that the Seattle Kraken hockey team don't use a Kraken in any of their branding and the boys are angry about it. 11:38 - 1:45:23 Starrcade 1989!

The Hope Initiative
#108 - Worthy Opponents

The Hope Initiative

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 60:47


“To be my friend, you must be a worthy opponent.So I think that's what we all bring to the table here. You know, you're not gonna be around someone that doesn't provide any value or competition to your life because then you're just gonna plateau or you're just gonna get comfortable.I think all of us, specifically in our circle here, bring something really, really unique to the table. Whether it's creative, business, fitness, athleticism, music, whatever that is, we all bring something really, really strong to the table and it collectively makes us a really strong unit.”Episode #108 of The Hope Initiative with Jake Dobbs.After a few months of briefly chatting online, it was when I was in the same time zone on my recent trip to the US that I got on a call with Jake “Youngblood” Dobbs for this conversation.In it, we chat his early life as a popular and talented young kid, stories of djing in China, Doordash and now his entrepreneurial path that is taking shape with Phase 2 Brands doing plenty.He's a young man on the rise and there's plenty more to come.Stoked to have been able to pick his brain and take the conversation from text to live communication - even if it remains online for now.Thanks to Jake for taking the time!I hope you all enjoy and take a leaf out of his book and work on becoming a worthy opponent.The time is now.SHOW LINKSFollow Jake on TwitterJake on InstagramFollow and connect with the podcast on Instagram and TwitterMusic by Jess FairlieMade by RUKKUS

Mostly Skateboarding
All Stoked On Thanksgiving Special. November 27, 2022. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast.

Mostly Skateboarding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 31:27


We took the week off for Thanksgiving but put out this all stoked on edition of the podcast with a little help from our listeners.

Eatrite Nutrition Podcast
Episode No. 119 Stoked Athletics and Patrick's 300 Pound Weight Loss Journey

Eatrite Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 53:32


This week we teamed up with our good friends at Stoked Athletics to discuss all things Stoked including the No Longer Novice podcast, some days off mentality, and gym ownership during Covid. We also do a deep dive into Patrick's 300 lb. weight loss journey and the mental barriers that came with it as well as letting go of the identity that came with being 490 lbs. In this episode we chat about the Healthy At Every Size (HAES) research and answer the question, can you be healthy at every size? We also discuss research, statistics, and cohort studies in regards to health outcomes and how this data can be interpreted and/or misrepresented. Check out Stoked Athletics and Mike and Patrick: IG: @thestokedbrogi @stokedathletics @nolongernovice @patrickfitzpatrickpfp TikTok: @nolongernovice

Stryker & Klein
FULL SHOW 11-21!!!

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 130:21


Stoked for the short week! Let's goooo! Today Klein shaves his creepy mustache, Ally fakes a handicap, should we import or export movie theatre beds, we take you dick noms, give ya your gay sports highlights and does a woman know anything about Blink 182

Resiliency in Running
Running from the Mental Barriers, Insecurities & Psychological Side of Running: Q&A

Resiliency in Running

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 29:29


** apologies for some of the bad audio, it's due to connection issues on zoom! I tried to edit it as much as possible ** STOKED to share this episode with you all because I have the one and only Diane Lauren on the pod :) checkout ways to connect with her and follow her running journey below! Thank you Diane for coming on the podcast! ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Follow Diane: TikTok: @diane_lauren Instagram: @2lazyrunners ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Episodes Around Winter Training: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/Zha1C1AeFub https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/5cY8q3AeFub https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/22c7i5AeFub ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Questions? Comments? Shoot me a message! Podcast IG: @resiliencyinrunning TikTok: @resiliencyinrunning Personal IG: @liznewcomer linktr.ee/resiliencyinrunning www.youtube.com/resiliencyinrunning Amazon storefront: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/lizmarathonrunnerpod £10 off runthroughuk race sign-up: https://www.letsdothis.com/r/LIZ517-AHIHBF Canva Free Trial: https://www.canva.com/join/lkc-rsl-fgc Headliner Free Trial: https://make.headliner.app/referral/elizabeth.newcomer_HV4fOz £10 off Huel: https://huel.mention-me.com/m/ol/du7ci-9e112bab35 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/resiliencyinrunning/message

Stryker & Klein
FULL SHOW 11-18!!!

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 121:18


Stoked for the weekend. Not stoked for it to end. Today Klein comes in with a creepy ass mustache, we discuss if turkey is overrated, Omar writes his online review of our man Beto, we bring back the 10 second talent show, and Beermug almost gets arrested in this round of Meter beaters 

You Didn’t Ask with Frankie & Tish

Frankie & Tish had the opportunity to interview Dacre Stoker, the Great Grand Nephew of The Bram Stoker, during his 125 Years of Dracula tour.  He has been traveling with The Menagerie and giving spooktacular lectures regarding the history of Bram as well as discussing his books; Dracul and Dracula the Un-Dead, the prequel and sequel to Bram Stokers Dracula.  The ghouls couldn't wait to pick his brain and find answers to all the questions they never knew to ask! Oddly enough, this episode, and the next, which both include interviews with Dacre, were one of the very few times the duo experienced major technical difficulties.  The episodes had to be salvaged as well as possible and then "Frankensteined" together to make them somewhat complete.  So please forgive the ladies for taking so long to bring it to you.  They hope you enjoy hearing from Dacre Stoker as much as they did!Support the show

Resiliency in Running
Running from Celiac Disease as a Runner: Interviewing Diane Lauren on All Things Running, How to Find a Coach, & Her Journey with Celiac Disease

Resiliency in Running

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 59:04


** apologies for some of the bad audio, it's due to connection issues on zoom! I tried to edit it as much as possible ** STOKED to share this episode with you all because I have the one and only Diane Lauren on the pod :) checkout ways to connect with her and follow her running journey below! Thank you Diane for coming on the podcast!  ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Follow Diane: TikTok: @diane_lauren Instagram: @2lazyrunners  ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Episodes Around Winter Training: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/Zha1C1AeFub https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/5cY8q3AeFub https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/22c7i5AeFub ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Questions? Comments? Shoot me a message! Podcast IG: @resiliencyinrunning TikTok: @resiliencyinrunning Personal IG: @liznewcomer www.resiliencyinrunning.com linktr.ee/resiliencyinrunning www.youtube.com/resiliencyinrunning Amazon storefront: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/lizmarathonrunnerpod £10 off runthroughuk race sign-up: https://www.letsdothis.com/r/LIZ517-AHIHBF Canva Free Trial: https://www.canva.com/join/lkc-rsl-fgc Headliner Free Trial: https://make.headliner.app/referral/elizabeth.newcomer_HV4fOz £10 off Huel: https://huel.mention-me.com/m/ol/du7ci-9e112bab35 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/resiliencyinrunning/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/resiliencyinrunning/support

In Depth With Graham Bensinger
Forward Progress with Wayne Gretzky: Dad stoked my passion

In Depth With Graham Bensinger

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 3:53


Wayne Gretzky shares some of the unique hockey drills his dad created to improve puck control and awareness, plus anecdotes of how Wayne's passion for hockey has been present ever since he was first introduced to the sport.

The Business Therapy Podcast
#53 | How To Create A Personal Brand with Max Sullivan of Stoked On Email | The Business Therapy Podcast

The Business Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 41:23


Does. Speaking. Like. A. Business. Robot. Bother. You? Or do you align with it? This week's guest, Max Sullivan, the owner of an email marketing company called Stoked on Email, is trying to find his voice in a crowded space. And he wants to stand out. Join Sam and Jon as they help Max answer the questions any budding entrepreneur might ask: How much personality can you inject into your brand? Does it turn off potential clients, and kill client acquisition? Will people not take you seriously? What is the most authentic, sustainable way to blaze your own trail? And much more. If you're starting your own business, tune in to discover what really matters, and free yourself from stressing over your branding. Let's Talk About It. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/businesstherapypodcast/message

Do Politics Better Podcast
Board of Elections Chair Damon Circosta Stoked About Voting, Surfing, & North Carolina

Do Politics Better Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 54:33


State Board of Elections Chair Damon Circosta talks about his early career in election reform advocacy, including a stint working for the late Sen. John McCain, and his work now to ensure North Carolina elections are secure and accessible. The Arizona native also talks about how the state's diverse politics and coastal surfing vibe were determining factors in his family's decision to locate to North Carolina.   In this 2022 mid-term election edition of the podcast, Skye and Brian discuss a Meredith College Poll, make predictions for the U.S. Senate race and General Assembly supermajorities, Tweet of the Week, and a tribute to the late Sen. Stan Bingham.   The Do Politics Better podcast is sponsored by New Frame, the NC Travel Industry Association, and the NC Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association.       

Seat Time : The Online Show for the Offroad Enthusiast
22.11 | Russell Bobbitt - Lean Back & Let ‘er Eat!

Seat Time : The Online Show for the Offroad Enthusiast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 59:01


Russell Bobbitt is back on Seat Time! Bobbitt is a 5 Time AMA National Enduro Champion, past ISDE Team USA Competitor, and general badass on two wheels! We spend time chatting about bike setup, racing in Canada, Gnarly Routes Tours, his Coaching endeavors, and mountain bikes!Latest YT Video: https://youtu.be/3VQXJn2tHoMSingle Track Mind Shirt: https://shop.seattime.co/products/single-track-minded-unisex-t-shirtSupport Seat TimeYoutube: https://bit.ly/3DBmyiKShop: http://bit.ly/SeatTimeShopInstagram: https://bit.ly/seattimeInstagramBuy a Coffee: https://bit.ly/2WCKuBoEnjoy #GettingSeattime during 2022, ride your bikes and tag @seattime in your adventures.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/seattime)Support the show

180 Nutrition -The Health Sessions.
Darin Olien - The Superfood Mindset

180 Nutrition -The Health Sessions.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 58:05


This week, I'm excited to welcome Darin Olien to the podcast. He is an American author and podcast host. With a B.A. in exercise physiology and an unaccredited M.A. in psychology, he labels himself a "wellness expert", promotes "superfoods" and co-starred as well as produced the Netflix docuseries Down to Earth with Zac Efron in 2020. Some questions asked during this episode: How does the Superfood Hunter eat? What can we expect from your New York Times bestselling book ‘Superlife'? Tell us about Barukas and how you came to find them? https://180nutrition.com.au/ Stu This week I'm excited to welcome Dalin Olien to the podcast. Darin is a health and wellness expert, author, podcaster, and co-host of the Emmy Award-winning Netflix docuseries, Down to Earth. He's known as the Global Superfood Hunter, and founder of Barukas, the most nutrient-dense nuts in the World. In this episode, we discuss his philosophy around nutrition, the principles from his book, Super Life, and chat about the exercises that keep him in great shape. Over to Darin. (01:20) Hey guys, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and I am delighted to welcome Darin Olien to the podcast. Darin, how are you mate? Darin (01:28) Hey, man. Stoked to be here with you. Hanging out on the deck. Ready to rip. Stu (01:36) You look super comfortable, and I love the sunshine in the background as well. For all of our listeners that are not watching this through YouTube, Darin's sitting outside on a super comfortable reclining chair. Looks like you got a pool in the background, and the sun is shining on the hills. I would like to be where you are right now. Darin (01:54) It's pretty great. And like we said before the recordings, very similar to Byron Bay. Stu (02:00) It is, we are surrounded by nature, and blessed with a great climate as well, couldn't be any happier. But first up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you, or your work, I'd love if you could tell us a little bit about yourself, please. Darin (02:17) Oh man. Where do you begin? I think the early passions showed up when I was in sports, and going through awkward teenage times, and realized, "Oh, I have a lot I can do for myself." And started understanding that nutrition played a role in how I felt, and certainly at that time how I looked, because you're this insecure 16 year old. But really, the sports, and really trying to be the best I could in that. And that's where I really excelled, and realizing that exercise, and nutrition played a massive role. From 16 to 18, I gained 50 pounds of muscle, and was playing US football in high school, and college, and basketball, and track, and things like that. And then to cut through, playing college football is where I beat out a bunch of guys that on paper, should have beat me out, but my tenacity beat them out. (03:41) But then I got injured. Getting injured threw me into this contemplative place in college, where I was like, "Okay, what do I want to do with my life?" And these worlds collided, where I was injured, and I couldn't get better to play anymore. I turned my attention towards physiology, kinesiology, nutrition, and things like that, and realizing that this body, and this experience here was... And having a body was... Made sense to learn about it. I didn't really know what the career was going to be, but at least it started me getting excited. And then really cutting through. I learned more of... I went into rehabilitation, a little bit. And out of school. And then got into nutrition, and hooked up with some doctors. And then nutrition started becoming. And then functional food, before it was in term. I started formulating with stuff. And then the more I looked at incredible foods and compounds, the more I wanted to go and see for myself these foods, and how they were grown, and who was growing them, and where they came from. And that started what's termed as, the superfood hunting side of myself. (05:19) And then for a good 15 years, I was running everywhere. Learning from the business side of it too. From the business side of it, how do you actually take this novel thing, or this mushroom, or this adaptogen? How do I formulate with it? How do I help the business side of it? How do I work with these indigenous people? How do we make it scale? And then that came, I started formulating for some companies, and Beachbody became a big place where I could put my passion. I developed a lot of products for them. And then I think the excitement of, and also the reality of seeing the world in that way, it always became, it's not just about the food, or the supplement, it was about the environment. It was about the indigenous people. It was about the cultures. And so these worlds was coming together in all of these other passions that started. Cut to getting to do a TV show, getting to learn from experts in the environment. The world expands as you gain more knowledge, as you gain more wisdom, as you learn. Y Stu (06:57) It's been a journey. It sounds like it's been a hell of a journey. And I think for our listeners as well, that haven't put the pieces of the puzzle together. If they've seen the Netflix docuseries, Down to Earth, they would get a better insight into you, and the shenanigans that you get up to, and all the stuff that makes your brain, or excites your brain as well. But I remember I watched that when it first came out, and I thought, "This guy looks strong, he looks vital. I want to know what he does," because I'm a child of the seventies, and the eighties. I was born in 72, so I'm 50. And a little bit like you, I'm driven to want to live my best life, because the world as we know today, it throws so many roadblocks at us. In terms of crazy Frankenfoods, and environmental pollutants, and toxins, and social media, and all this stuff that can side track us. (07:55) But we just get this one life, and we are exposed to this fantastic journey on a beautiful planet that offers so much. I love the fact that I'm talking to you, because you've done so much of the stuff that I would love to do, and find out all of the secrets from a lot of the elders around the world that have truly embraced the world in its natural state. For our listeners, you're the superfood hunter. You've written a book called, SuperLife. You've got a gazillion hours and pages of content and assets online, and they can dig deep into that. I think the one thing that I'd like to ask, and almost cut to the chase, and dive into the cliff notes is, how do you eat then, today, given the fact that you've got a myriad of experience, and you've probably tried, and tested, and experimented on yourself through a whole barrage of foods, and nutritional principles. What is your philosophy around nutrition look like right now? Darin (08:59) Certainly, that's why I wrote SuperLife book, because it was so much of my philosophy. Even though they wanted me to write a book on super foods, I said, it's really the foundation of how you live. That's super important, and then you add things to it, or take away in the terms of, like you said, the toxins, and being aware of those things. The book has these pillars, but to summarize, on the one hand, the body is always seeking balance, and we're seeking balance. The ironic aspect of that is, are we ever? It's literally in a constant state of change. For complete transcript and interview: https://180nutrition.com.au/180-tv/darin-olien-interview/

Grief and Rebirth: Finding the Joy in Life Podcast
Andrea Courey: Her Near-Death Experience and her daughter's passing stoked a deep passion to help people reduce their fear of death

Grief and Rebirth: Finding the Joy in Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 43:20


Andrea Courey is an award-winning entrepreneur, an author, a speaker, and a sound healing meditation guide who became a caregiver to her 28-year-old daughter Chloe when she fell ill with cancer. About six weeks after Chloe's death, Andrea sat down to write her a letter - the kind of letter a mother writes to help express her grief. Fully expecting to burn the letter upon completion, her world changed when Chloe answered back. There began a five-month long conversation touching on everything from what Chloe was experiencing out-of-the-body to 12 Steps to Bridging Across the Veil. The result was Andrea's first book, Conversations with Chloe - A Mother and Daughter Dialogue Across the Veil. When she wanted to understand more about how grieving mothers handle this huge loss, Andrea joined Helping Parents Heal and from those conversations came her second book, the book she wished she could have read when Chloe passed, titled: Magical Thinking...not! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/griefandrebirth/support

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Matt Lieto - Protect our Winters

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 40:19


This week we sit down with Protect our Winters ambassador and gravel athlete, Matt Lieto to talk about the importance of voting in relation to protecting the environment we love to ride in. Protect our Winters    Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos:   Matt Lieto [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the show. I welcome Matt. Lieto from bend Oregon onto the show matzoh, former triathletes. We'll get into that a little bit. And a gravel racer been doing it out of bend for a number of years has been involved in organizing some of the great events up there in Oregon. But more importantly for today's show, Matt's been involved with protect our winters, a nonprofit organization founded by snowboarder Jeremy Jones back in 2007. But the basic premise that he was seeing the world that he calls home out there in the big mountains. Getting destroyed by climate change. He wasn't seeing the same kind of snowpack. He was observing change and decided to make some change. He decided that athletes outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds, we have a voice in the political process and he set about to create an organization to help passionate outdoor people, productive places, and lifestyle. They love. From climate change. We're sitting here in the first week in November next week's the midterm elections. There's still time to get out there and vote. Do your civic duty. I'm a little bit on a soap box with Matt during this conversation, but I think it's important. Head on over to protect your winters.org. You can find out everything you need to know about the voting process. In your local community, there's still time in many states to get registered and absolutely there's time to prepare your ballot and get it submitted for the midterm elections. Without said. Let's jump right into my conversation with Hey, Matt, welcome to the show. [00:01:59] Matt Lieto: Thanks, man. Appreciate you having me Excited. [00:02:01] Craig Dalton: I am looking forward to getting into gravel, your background, but I'm most excited to talk about p and we'll get into that later. [00:02:09] Matt Lieto: Yeah, it's, it's okay if you if you prioritize climate and the world in, in, in front of getting to know me, that's fine. I'll let it go. [00:02:16] Craig Dalton: Wow. Very modest ego. I like it. So Matt, we always start out just by getting a little bit of background about you, how you got into the sport, and how you got into gravel. We gotta talk a little bit about your, your, your skinny bike background and that arrow position you used to have, but not too much. I don't wanna scare the listeners off. [00:02:33] Matt Lieto: I can't ignore it. I know there's a, you know, no matter what the, the triathletes do and the time trialists do, they're always gonna have, they're gonna have their, their work cut out for 'em for sure. But the reason I've like always got along with Mount biker's, cyclists, and why I'm one myself as I don't mind making fun of myself. Self deprecation is my, my biggest strength slash weakness. So let's go [00:02:55] Craig Dalton: It's important. It's important that the regular listener will know that I have admitted to my Ironman triathlon past. I don't wear it like a badge, but I, I'm not afraid to say that I did that. [00:03:06] Matt Lieto: So you literally, like you don't have a tattoo or anything. [00:03:10] Craig Dalton: No, no, I would, if I could aim the camera down there, I would show you my calf. There's [00:03:15] Matt Lieto: don't move your, [00:03:16] Craig Dalton: down there, [00:03:17] Matt Lieto: I don't wanna see you. Move your canvas south, man. Keep it up. [00:03:21] Craig Dalton: So how did you, you're up in, you're up in Bend these days. Is that where you kind of found the bike and found triathlon originally? [00:03:28] Matt Lieto: No, actually I had started doing try when I lived in Northern California. So like, 98 maybe. And kind of the cheesy story is my brother actually was a, a great professional triathlete, was second at Kona and another world championships a couple times. And I watched him race a race in Hawaii and at the time I was like 260 pounds. And I was like, Wow, these guys are, have more fun than me. And Losts a bunch of weight. Went home and started training for triathlon, trying to get it across the finish line on one of those things. And turned out I. Decent at it and was training with my brother, had a good guide and you know, just kind of kept plugging away. Became a professional triathlete after maybe three years of that. And yeah, kind of just enjoyed that experience. And I, I'm telling you, off air, like the. If I would've started younger and if I had the better pain tolerance I probably would've tried to be a cyclist. Cause that was kind of my, my strength and what I loved doing. But turns out I'm kind of mediocre at three sports. So triathlon worked for me. [00:04:28] Craig Dalton: Nice. What distances were you running and racing in? Triathlon. [00:04:31] Matt Lieto: I did, I've done 'em all. Like I did the [00:04:34] Craig Dalton: Okay. [00:04:34] Matt Lieto: Olympic distance did Xera cuz again, I, I just enjoy riding all kinds of kinds of bikes. So I went to National World champs a couple times for Xera. I did half Ironman was probably my strength in triathlon, just because you could, like, as a cyclist you could Ironman at least then, or for me, was. What watts can you hold for the whole thing and not crack where the half distance is, Oh, I'm faster than you and I'm gonna try to rip your legs off. Like that to me was fun cuz I just love riding a bike hard. And then yeah, that's pretty much it. Did d Athlon, d Athlon, National Champion once, way back in the day. And yeah, just kind of, kind of did it all. But through all that I did road racing, crits, raced a bunch of pro like NRC stage races and all that good stuff. So [00:05:20] Craig Dalton: Gotcha, gotcha. And was finding kind of gravel, just a natural thing up there and bend. [00:05:25] Matt Lieto: Yeah, I mean it's, you know, we, we've got winter here, or we had winter. We'll get, you know, this great segue into what we'll talk about here eventually. But you know, so cinders on the roads, you know, instead of salt to, to keep the roads clear. Here we have cinders, so, those can be a little bit sketchy if you're riding a road bike. So, originally when I moved to town, I was working at a bike shop, wrenching and stuff. Bought a cross bike for that. And then once I had my cross bike, I was like, and I have good buddies with like Carl Decker and Rancher boat and those guys. And every ride we just ended up on dirt every, you know, whether it be single track or whatever. And after a while, like I. And there, those guys are all capable of anything, right? So we'd be on a ride and I'd be on my TT bike and we'd end up on single track and I'm like, Guys, this is like not that awesome. my time trail bike. So eventually I got the right, right bike for the job. And yeah. And in Bandish there's so many dirt and gravel roads, certainly in the winter to be able to to ride when a lot of the pavement isn't clear and you're going slower. So it's. You're less cold, you know, it's 35 degrees outside, going 20 on a road bike doesn't sound that fun. But going 12 on a travel bike is pretty sweet. So [00:06:35] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And when did you start to see like the gravel bike events take off and capture your attention? [00:06:40] Matt Lieto: Well yeah, in Oregon we had, we had like kind of a, we have a rad, I think a really cool like road racing scene. Are we used to? And. A guy actually ended up working with. Now, Chads Barry helped him put on the Oregon Trail gravel grinder. He'd been putting on road races for years and there was a road race. Man, I wanna say. He must have started in oh five, but it was a gorge Rube called it, and we had like six miles of gravel on every lap that was like a 20 mile lap. And it was a cat one, like proper full on road race. And I think one year like net overran was out there with us and like all sorts of like fast dudes. And so we we're riding 23 c. Road tires on gravel, you know, in oh eight or oh nine. And then we slowly started, like after that race he put on a race, he's like, Why don't we just do a race that's totally on gravel? And I think maybe started that in, in 12 and then obviously with everybody else kind of catching up. It was kind of, kind of natural, but it was, it was funny. It was almost weird going to races where we're riding like 30 plus c like cross tires for gravel cuz we're so used to like picking through everything on 20 fives. But, [00:07:47] Craig Dalton: I think my first, in fact, I know my first gravel event was one of those events outside of Bend, maybe in Sisters, and I went up there. I had like a first gen niner. Gravel bike, maybe 30 twos on it. But my buddy that came with me only had a road bike and we kind of read and they were like, You can do it on a road bike. So he was out on a road bike on that. He did get the ship beat out of him, I will say, in all the stutter bumps, but he may manage to survive it. [00:08:16] Matt Lieto: Yeah. Was that the, the, was that the gorge or was it at in Bend? Like near Bend. [00:08:21] Craig Dalton: It was near bend. [00:08:23] Matt Lieto: Okay. Yeah. I mean, dude, yeah, more power. More power to him for sure. And all this being said, like when we were doing this stuff, you know, there was one year when we went from going from like the race with just the eight mile segment to like the full race. I mean, there must have been. 25 guys that flatted in the race, like I've flatted 20 miles in and like the support vehicles like do we're well outta tubes, man. Like you're on your own. So there's definitely like growing pains with how we tried to do it, but it's it's pretty fun. Pretty [00:08:54] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's so interesting. I mean, we talk about it a lot here just how the equipment has evolved to just make the disasters less frequent, right? Like I just, I had a cross bike back in the day and every time I rode it hard off road on Mount Tam, I would flat and I was just like, Why am I bothering doing this? I might as well just ride a mountain bike and not flat. [00:09:11] Matt Lieto: Yeah, totally. It's, yeah, it's crazy. I think people forget at times what the technology has allowed for us. Like right now I'm looking, I'm, my studio is also where my trainer is, right? So I'm looking at my cella sitting on there and it's, I mean, there, gravel riding wouldn't be around if there would, if disc brakes weren't a thing, right? Like if, if, if we didn't make that move, we wouldn't be doing this. That's why the biggest tires I could ride at those old gravel races were 28. Cause that was on, you know, if you had a cross bike, obviously you could ride something bigger, but it's yeah, it's, it's cool. It's fun. Interesting to see where, where it all goes and where we like stop and we're like, Okay, I'm now riding a mountain bike again. [00:09:51] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I'm, I'm very much there. I mean, people look at my gravel bike. I now have one of those Rudy Suspension forks on it, and I tell people like, you know, where I ride? It's just, it's better, it's faster, it's safer. I'm more comfortable. I go straight up and down the coastal range, there's no in between and I'm flying into things and having the suspension just means I flat less and have more fun. [00:10:13] Matt Lieto: Totally. And so we're, we're on the same page. We're gonna geek out here for a second, but, so I also have, I have the competitor to yours. I have the fox fork. I'm on the East Overland gravel team. We've got Fox and it's, you know, Before that somebody, somebody said, Hey, I want a bike with a fork on it. I'm like, Dude, if you're gonna ride something where you need a suspension fork, ride your fricking mountain bike. Right? Like that was always my line. And they sent me one. They're like, Try it out. And I'm like, just mind blown. Right? Like it is. So much fun. And I'm not even, I used to say, I'm embarrassed to say, I'm not embarrassed to say anymore. It is my favorite bike and I do have like an embarrassment of riches that I've got a couple of my as sparrows. So I have one set up without and one with, and it's just for old dudes with neck issues and like, just everything that comes with being old. It is so much more comfortable, so much more fun. And I did this huge well, not that huge bike packing trip from. Boulderer to Steamboat with Decker this summer and I had my front suspension on and bike packing. It was like game changer cuz like, you're going down embedded rock at 20 miles an hour with all that weight on. Like when you see it, you just like, ugh. This one, I'm like trying to jump stuff and going off little drops and stuff. It's great. [00:11:30] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. Same way. Same [00:11:32] Matt Lieto: it'll be, it'll be, it'll be interesting to see where it, where it goes. [00:11:36] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I'm, I'm super interested to see like when the kind of average cyclist starts to see that as being an advantage. Cuz you, you would imagine like people who are really into the sport, like you and I, like, we could suffer, like we could take the abuse if we wanted with a rigid fork and you know, we could make that choice, but we're not, we would seemingly be more willing to take that abuse than the average cyclist should. [00:11:58] Matt Lieto: Totally. And, and, and this is what is, It's like a, I think gravel hit the accelerator when we hit Covid right On like where it was gonna go. Like I'm, I don't know if anybody buys a road bike as their first bike anymore. Right. But a bunch of people buy gravel bikes for their first bike, which is great. I mean, dude, more people on bikes is all great things. I love it. But it's interesting that the, it seems like I, I see people move to Bend and people that live in Bend are on forums and like, Hey, I can, I, can I ride this single track on the gravel bike or da da da, and I'm. That you shouldn't, you shouldn't be doing all this on a full rigid bike. Like, it actually doesn't, like, it's not fun. Like I, I encourage you, like I, I'm, I'm sure you can and I'll support you in trying, but you'll have way more fun if you're on a bike that actually is like, suited for it. And I think, I think those bikes and dude, like, I'm probably a year away from thinking e gravel bikes are the best thing ever. You know, just, you know, seeing people, like I know people, Carl's. Rides an e-bike and they go on 60 mile rides now, where that couldn't happen before. You know, it's just cool. There's, it's great to see where renovation has taken us for for sure. [00:13:07] Craig Dalton: Yeah, a hundred percent. I didn't know I'd see alignment with you so well on these subjects. [00:13:13] Matt Lieto: Oh, it's just Man, Cupid's Cupid's shooting his arrow over here. [00:13:18] Craig Dalton: as you got sucked into kind of gravel racing and I, I remember a few years back you were part of the Eastern Overland team. Sounds like you still are. Did that become more of like where you were getting your kind of racing outta your system? [00:13:33] Matt Lieto: Yeah. Compared to triathlon. Yeah, for sure. And I, when, when I, when I stopped racing triathlon, I, I mean, probably for the last few years I didn't, like, I didn't love it and I, I might not have ever been the person that like loved it, but going from my background as an overweight dude to someone who's. Flying around the world, making a living in a professional sport, it was like pinching me, right? But I always was bummed when I couldn't do the stuff that I really wanted to do. You know, racing bikes and skiing and that and that sort of thing. So when I had the opportunity, you know, Easton Overland, it was probably after my first year at Unbound, I raised with. Craig Richie and some other Michael Vanderham and some dudes there and were like, Hey, we should start this team. They're like, Hey, do you wanna be on this team? I'm like, Okay. And this is way back in the day. And this is funny, like looking back at it now, they're like okay, what will it take you to be on the team? And I said, Okay. Two things. You can never refer to me as a professional gravel racer. Because at the time that didn't exist. Right. And I'm like, Don't do that. And second, you can't pay me anything. , Of course now it's like the, the opposite, going ahead, but just a, a rad group of people and it's all kind of a hobby for us. And you know, the goal is trying to find people that could maybe use gravel as a platform to become athletes, right. And make living off of it. And like we fell into finding Amity the first year and like three months later. One Unbound and it's like, All of us were like, we get no credit for that because we didn't. No offense. Amity, if you're listening, we didn't think you were gonna win on down that first year. Right? So, we are, and she's still involved and she's, she's a sweetheart and she, yeah, she's awesome to still, still be around, but So we continue wanting to try to open doors for people that might not have it. And then for old timers like us that just kind of wanna still have a good time, it allows me to to be around cool folks and ride cool equipment and still go on adventures, which is sweet. [00:15:25] Craig Dalton: Yeah, absolutely. When you think about like the experience of a gravel event, a good gravel event, and then you compare that to like an Ironman day. Are there similarities, like just sort of how you feel, the accomplishment, the journey you have to take throughout some of these events? [00:15:42] Matt Lieto: For for sure. And I definitely, and I think the most similar was Unbound and because it just, I did it in 18 and it, it gave me challenges in ways I didn't think mostly like I flatted three times and that was like, I kind of had some assumption that that would happen, but not to that extent and like, Getting back to the front group till the last flat, like kept going. Like that was, you know, it was like all these, and then you're used to that in triathlon where it's like, it's never the person that has the clean race that wins cuz nobody does. Right. So it's like adapting and, and that I love. So that was really similar but the, the depth of like, it's hard cuz I think I'm gonna get crap for this, but I think every gravel race besides Unbound in my experience is. Way easier than an Ironman. And that's because you're not running, man. And maybe if you're a great runner, you would not say the thing. But I was a shitty runner and I was just trying to get to the finish line every time. Right? So like coasting when you're really freaking tired. That wasn't a thing in triathlon and it is in gravel. So like for me, the shorter ones totally like up to six hours, way easier the unbound. Because you can keep going when you're tired. The like depth of how fatigued you get is like a different level cuz Ironman, I've done it like nine hours max. And if you're struggling it's your like legs that are tweaking out or like you like stop where in. In Kansas, you're just, you have to keep going and you're like, your, your level is well below E so it's it's cool. Like you definitely have to like figure out where, where your energy's coming from. And again, the similarities for me, the, the problem solving is, is fun. I mean, the last, the last aid, the last stop at Unbound, after I had, I'd finally kind of cracked after the third flat. And I call into the guys and I'm like, It's. Coke and gummy orange slices, and they're like, What do you mean? I'm like, Everything . And they like changed it. I literally ate like, you know, three pounds of orange slices you get at the gas station and, you know, 96 ounces of Coke to get to the finish line. Like it's, it's, it's chaos. It's awesome. It's super awesome. [00:18:10] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I, you know, it's interesting, you know, I enjoy talking to people with a triathlon background cuz I was a hobbyist triathlete. Like, I'm like a, I don't know, a 11 and a half hour Iron man kind of guy. But what I learned early on was like, you just, you can't cut corners. Like you have to think about your nutrition. You have to think about what's next. Something's always gonna go wrong. And then when I started doing these gravel events, it was the same way. It was like, not like I was an exceptional athlete, but I just. Get bothered if stuff went wrong. Like my bike was gonna break, I was gonna fix it. I was gonna keep going. I was gonna bonk, but you know, half the people ahead of me were gonna go through the same thing and it's just a matter of keeping the pedals going forward. [00:18:49] Matt Lieto: Totally. And I think you get to the point where when something happens and you have a struggle, whether it's nutrition or mechanical, like as quickly as possible, you figure out and triage like, is this fixable? Okay. If it's not, then like, what's my clears out? Like how do I get what I need? And then, Then you keep going. It's, yeah, it's super fun. And that being said, like I don't know that I've ever not finished a gravel race. And in most cases, like again, like at Unbound, that first year, Not that like, whatever, but a lot of people then didn't know what they do now, and people would've been like, Okay, my race is over. But it's like, No, stick a plug in it, Chase back on blah, blah, blah. Like I was still in the race till, you know, 140 miles or something, till I got my third one. So it's like, it's not the way you'd wanna do it, but it's like there's always opportunities and all that being said, game has changed since then. I'm not, that's not an option I don't think at the the frog group anymore over [00:19:42] Craig Dalton: Yeah, Yeah, yeah. I think you're right. All right. I wanna take a pretty hard detour and talk about protect our winters. Can you just kind of give the listener an overview? What, what the heck is it? [00:19:56] Matt Lieto: So it's Protect Our Winners is a nonprofit that was started actually by. Jeremy Jones I wanna say it was like 2007. And he's a professional snowboarder. Now runs a company called Jones Snowboards. The people, if you search for him, you'll, you'll find him. Pretty, pretty rad dude. Pretty, pretty cool. Like in hindsight, now looking at him, I went to DC with him and it's like, it's hilarious. It's like, You know, Broey snowboarder dudes like started this like full machine. That's like helping us survive the next little bit on earth. But yeah, I think I won't assume what his story was cause like, I won't tell it as well as he did, but basically just going out in the, and exploring the, the zones that he loved, but also obviously depended on to make a living. He saw that it was all changing, right? Like the winters. I mean, it's a very, it is a very yeah, I mean, he, he, he, he definitely saw, he saw the issue and was like, Man, what can I do to fix this? And like, I think it was a very bold, at the time, thought to be like, I'm gonna be able to make a difference. But I think he and I, dude, I mean, I'm sure if he talked to him now, there's no way he, he would. Protector what is, would be where it's at. But basically he's, you know, trying to, to make a change and use voices of, you know, obviously it started in winter sport, so winter sport athletes to to, you know, he obviously had a platform to talk to people that were fans of snowboarding and for him specifically to be like, Hey, This is real. The, the world is changing and it's, it's not going in the right direction for us to be able to do what we want to do for fun. And then started obviously using other people in winter sports and then summer sports and so on and so on. To try to, to broaden the, you know, I think it, it was not lucky, but like maybe a little bit lucky. The growth of protect our winners happened at the same time. Is social media kind of taking off because the kind of ambassadors and alliance members that these guys have aligned with are able to reach a lot of people that care about where they live, but maybe don't think that they can have an impact or do anything with it. And I think that the overarching vibe I get from protect our winners and talking to the folks is just like, Man, you. You can be involved, you can make a difference. And if, And right now, especially like voting is, is huge. And if these alliance members or these, you know, people like Jeremy can, you know, influence or followers to no matter what your viewpoint is, to go out and and vote. And preferably if you're part of what we refer to as an outdoor state, which is anybody that participates in outdoor sports, whether you're a hunter or fisherman or whatever, like you probably. About what's gonna happen to our planet in the next little bit. Whether it's cuz it's what you do for spare time or you know, for me, living in Bend, know, it affects the community. You know, like fire is real and fire season has always, always kind of been a thing. But now it's like fire season is like a month and it might. [00:23:09] Craig Dalton: Yeah. [00:23:10] Matt Lieto: Two weeks, man, where like the AQI is over 400 and you're not going outside to do anything if, and like if you're inside, you got an air filter and you're still not doing anything, right. So it's, for me, that was kind of the, the crux was, was getting out and you know, seeing that, that there's a problem that needs to be solved. But again, I think protect our winners does a good job and be like, there is. Something that you can do to, to help. And I mean, I know you've got a similar, you know, viewpoint and concern and you know, wanting to to impact as well. What was it like for you to try to be like, Okay, I'm this like little dot, how do I like, I think that's the first thing, right? Is like, well, there's nothing I can do. Right? Like me recycling isn't gonna [00:23:53] Craig Dalton: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I think, you know, going back to Jeremy's like the origin story, like it's really natural, like as a snowboarder who goes back to the same mountain year after year, to kind of understand visually like where the snow pack level is, where you know what's possible to ride and that's what's not possible to ride. And I think what I started seeing in California, With the droughts and the wildfires is like the reservoirs I would go by were just shockingly low. And then combine that with, as you were just saying, like having to actually know what AQI is and get a little app on my phone to look at it every single year to see the effect of smoke blowing into our community from forest fires. It was just really stark. . And that's what I found interesting about the Athletes Alliance is like anybody who touches the outdoors, if you're a gravel cyclist, a rock climber, you're seeing it firsthand happening in front of you. [00:24:48] Matt Lieto: Oh for sure. And it's, it's funny you say that cuz you know, living in Bend and I grew up in Northern California and cut my teeth raising bikes and stuff down there and I'll go down for MIGS races in Grasshopper stuff and in Norco. And I mean, one year on the way back, I had to like go a different way home because the way I was wanted to go home was on fire. And it's, you know, not the same as it used to be. And it's it's sketchy, right? And it's it's, it's real. But again, honestly like. I've got buddies that are involved with Protect our winners. And that's why I kind of got involved myself is them just chatting and thinking I had a platform, and obviously knowing that I'm aligned politically and care about the same things, but for me, and I don't know if it's the same for you, but for me it was like, well, what, what the heck can I do? Right? Like if, if I, I think the, the last few years people just feel like be down. Like we're not gonna be able to, to change anything. Right? Like, where, where are you? Where's your head? [00:25:48] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I think, you know, early on in my, my sort of life post college, I used to think about politics, honestly, like every four years in the filter of. Who's the presidential candidate that I get behind and is probably the last kind of maybe eight to 12 years that I just started to realize, like having a say in who's representing you locally and having those preponderance of voices. Starts to, to make a difference. And I did some phone banking to try to get people out to vote for candidates. And I started to realize there was like this huge disconnect for people. Like, they just didn't even make a plan to vote. They didn't make it a priority. And I, I just started to think to myself like, it's only a few times a year you're asked to vote. It's not that big a deal and spend a little time getting educat. About what the candidates are there for, and if it whatever lands for you, support them, do it. This is like our civic responsibility not to be up on a [00:26:49] Matt Lieto: Yeah, for sure. And it, yeah, it's not, it's not, again, it's not that hard and depending, and I'm speaking from a, a place of privilege, right? For me, it's not that hard. For you, it's probably not that hard either. In Oregon we have male and voting, so it's like incredibly easy. If someone in Oregon said it's hard, it's because they're lazy in my opinion. Or you. I shouldn't judge. But anyways, it, it is pretty darn easy compared to, to what it used to be. We're not standing in line for an hour at a time. Right. It's, it's pretty simple and it. It's impactful. Right? And I think that's the important thing and, and there's so many resources to be able to, It's not like these days, like clearly you can go and get the pamphlet they send you and read through everything, or you can, I mean, you could probably Google, what should I vote for having this opinion? And I'll find it conveniently. Here's a plug. Stoked the Vote Campaign from Powell. You can actually just text 6 5 3 51 text stoke to that number and they'll like tell you where their nearest polling spot is. And if you want, they'll actually give you you know, some, a voter guide that kind of tells you who to vote for or what This is under the action fund of protect our winners, kind of a sister, sister company and they'll, they'll tell you kind of where to vote and what line to vote on. Your concern is the environment and specifically this go around. It's like Montana, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado. I think Utah are like super, super important. So if you live in any of those states and you happen to be listening text 65, 3 51 and they'll let you know. But like, I mean, me and my buddies and, you know, cycling I think is a very social pastime and me and my cycling buddies every year. Every four years or every two years, we'll, like have a dinner party and everybody brings their, like, not their ballots necessarily brings their pamphlets and will like talk about it. Right. And like, we're never getting in arguments or anything. We're just like saying what everything is and kind of, I don't know. I, I think it's it brings something more to our like friendship and like our casual hanging out more than just like talking about bikes. And it's, it's kind of fun to like hash it out, you know. [00:28:58] Craig Dalton: Yeah, yeah, for sure. I was visiting the protect our winters.org site today and clicked on the Stok Stoke vote and saw that whole process that you mentioned over text message, like I put in my name, my address clicked through, told me all about the California deadlines, how to return the ballot, how to track the ballot. And I think I was, I was reading cuz they had, it sort of had an interesting breakdown. The fundamentals. It's like, okay, make sure you're registered to vote and how can kind of help facilitate you finding that information out. If you're not registered to vote, make a plan to vote. So make it easy. Get the stuff in front of you so you can figure out how physically you're gonna vote, whether you're gonna mail it in, whether you're gonna walk in and, and, and submit the ballot and cast your vote. And again, how, how you should be looking at your local ballot measures from the context of we all love this thing, gravel cycling. Whether you believe it or not, it's happening that it's, it's it's being impacted and whether it's massive rainstorms in the Midwest for the early season, mid-south gravel races or mammoth tough getting canceled because of California wildfires. Same thing's happening in Oregon. Like all this stuff, it's right as our, at our doorstep as gravel athletes and you cannot close your eyes. You have to get out there. [00:30:18] Matt Lieto: No. Totally. Yeah, a hundred percent. You you said it said it perfectly and I think it's hard too, cuz I think at at times with how crazy our political environment is right now, that people just, you know, don't believe. Everything, you know, people have, have some people have doubts in the political system in general that is like, look at the facts. We're not gonna go down that, that rabbit hole. But even if it is, like, try, like all you can do is try, right? And I, I'm pretty confident that my vote's gonna make a difference. But I think the big thing that you can ignore is I think sometimes, especially in you know, where I live from where I live and my beliefs, people just, we just assume, like you look at the polls, you're like, everything's. It's like, no dude, do not trust the polls. Like we, That is not something that we can rely on and I think for so many reasons outside of what we're talking about now, even it's so important this next election and, and I think it's hard because I think a lot of the people that are disillusioned a little bit, Are folks that are young folks and a lot of those people aren't voting. And a lot of people that like myself are kind of live in a, a area of, of privilege to a certain extent. You think, Wow, whatever. Everything's fine. Like, I don't need to vote, But it's like, man, no, you do. And no matter what, where you live and what your socioeconomic zone is or what you do for a past time, Something in this next election is going to affect you. Right? So if you care about it or you care about, it's certainly gonna affect someone you love. So get out there and get off your ass. And in my case, I don't even have to get off my ass. They just send the ballot to me and I put it in my mailbox and send it back. So there's yeah, it's, it's, it's a, it's a great time to want to be involved, [00:32:06] Craig Dalton: And I think there's, there's such a thing as political will and just whether you're in a region that has climate favorable policies and that's the prevailing kind of political, political wisdom, great. You still need to st show up and show that we've got massive amounts of support. For these kind of things because there's other parts in the country that you know, don't have the same kind of support, have a lot more headwinds to addressing climate change, and every little bit helps. [00:32:36] Matt Lieto: For sure. And I think there's the, even the, the other side of it is there's, and me. The first, when I first got involved with P I was like, Man, I'm not gonna be able to make a difference. Like, People have been trying to, to make a change in this for years. It's, you know, there's still people that don't believe that climate change is real and all this stuff. Right? And then I went, I was lucky enough to be able to go to Washington DC with protect our winners and, and a bunch of folks through the Athlete Alliance and the Creative Inside Alliance and like sitting down and talking to senators and congressmen and stuff, and, Crazy. I'm like, Whatever. I'm here. We'll see if you guys think I can make a difference, whatever. Not that I'm, I think that I did, but in every conversation we're sitting down with very conservative representatives and not one of them did we spend any time debating whether or not it's real and like, that's stinking huge man. Like that was not the case four years ago. And like I was in a couple meetings with Jeremy Jones and he left. He's like, Dude that is, That is not how this used to be. So keeping like being annoying and knocking on the door and saying, Hey, this is important to me. And of course like we're going there with the like facts, like, hey, the outdoor state is, you know, over 600 million people and this many dollars is going into it. So you start talking their language a little bit, be like, Hey, if my town burns down, then they're gonna lose this much money and blah, blah, blah, whatever it is. But like to leave that. Have the, like, conservative Congress people like High Five and be like, Hey, send me an email. Let us know how we can help. Is like awesome. It's really cool. [00:34:15] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That's amazing. What an amazing experience to see government working like that. Maybe it's not working fast enough, but just to, to be there and having the conversation like that's important. [00:34:25] Matt Lieto: totally. And, and you know, and, and, and p is definitely. I feel lucky being able to have that firsthand experience. But anybody who's involved in power or supporting p is, you know, helping all that infrastructure be around for us to go there and do that. And like, you know, before the last vote for the bill for you know, bunch of money going to climate change and relief and stuff, you know, I was like, email. Swing voting representatives, right? It's like, that's crazy, man. They're emailing back like, it's pretty cool. So like, you know, bragging a little bit about what Powell does, like there's a bunch of stinking smart people making the right moves and. It's hard too. Cause I think go a little bit of a tangent. I think, and this was my barrier to being involved with Powell. And if it wasn't for my buddies, I probably wouldn't have been because man, I don't know how good you are at like sorting your recycling, but like, I'm not very good like, I'm, I'm imperfect when it comes to this stuff. Right? And one of P's big things is it's imperfect advocacy, man. Like in the end, like I'm still trying to get better at all that, Right? And like, I want to eventually get an ev cuz it makes a lot of sense on a bunch of different levels. And, you know, I, I recycle and I try to do everything. I can take my bag to like everything I can, but in the end, the, the personal change isn't really as big of an impact. And I'm being polite. It's the systemic change that is gonna get us out of this shit. And that's what protect our winners is, is shooting for. And they're like combining all these resources of these people to go where it actually matters. And if we can get, you know, every ski resort to change to, to being more efficient and, you know, you know, government to be able to, to, to function at a level where we're using renewable resources and things that we can do now. And that's one big thing with POW two is that right now they're just like, Keep an eye down the road, but like we're looking like right now, like near horizon stuff, stuff we can change now because if we can convince people in the government to put, give energy into doing something like let's do the stuff that we can take care of now. And so they're like kind of cleaving on that, where I think there's, there's a lot of other people looking down towards the road, you know, further down the road. [00:36:39] Craig Dalton: Yep. Yeah. Yeah. I'm so glad this conversation was able to happen now, and you know, I kind of turned myself a little bit inside out thinking, Oh, I got a couple podcasts I'm supposed to put out there. Then it dawned on me like, What, what, what am I doing? Like we got one week until the midterm elections, If we can change the couple minds and get some people to make a plan to vote. If we can expose them to Powell's efforts over the long term, like that's what I need to be doing and I hate to be soak boxy to the listener. As I mentioned to you offline, Like I tend to sit back and not say a whole hell of a lot, but I really do believe it's important to get out there and make a plan and vote, and you've got time to do it this year. [00:37:17] Matt Lieto: dude. For sure. For sure. And I mean, I, I, I don't mean to diminish as I did in the past, like, you know, I've been a slacker in the past too. I mean, when I was younger I didn't vote because I was lazy or whatever. But. And I'm sure there were issues that were very, very important then that I ignored. But I think now it's kind of hard to, to look and think that this election specifically isn't super important. And again, kind of the, the, the, the moves that have been made just in the last couple months to help in climate change. You know, if everything changes in two weeks. They can cleave a bunch of that and take that stuff back, right? Like the way our, our system works. So it's like we're all celebrating high fiving that we've got this thing across the line, but in the end, if we vote the wrong people in in two weeks, then that's gone and we're back at ground zero. Right? [00:38:08] Craig Dalton: Yeah, you're back at Mile one 50. The Unbound 200, right, right. Again, [00:38:12] Matt Lieto: That's the worst place to. [00:38:15] Craig Dalton: Exactly. [00:38:16] Matt Lieto: That's the worst place to be. So close, but yet so far. That's a great analogy. I think we're gonna start using that at Powell one 50 at [00:38:23] Craig Dalton: Right on. [00:38:24] Matt Lieto: Yeah. That's too funny. Well, dude, yeah, no, and it, I will echo what you just said. And again, I, I'm similar to you. I don't assume that people wanna listen to my opinion very often, but it comes to a point where, like, right now I don't care. So I apologize if you, you guys don't wanna hear my opinion, but in the end, I don't even care who you vote for or what you vote for. Go out and vote, right? Like that's your responsibility and we're able to do that in this country. And I don't think we should take that for granted. Clearly. I'd, I'd like you to support you know, voters or people that are coming in to, to help with climate change cuz it's affecting what we're doing, gravel racing, what we're doing in winter sports and, you know, us surviving the next. The next century. So, if you've got the capability, get out, get out and vote. [00:39:10] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Goodness. Said it better myself, Matt. Cool. Well, great to get to know you a little bit. I can't wait to run into you at some of these gravel events down the line, and I appreciate all your. [00:39:20] Matt Lieto: Yeah. Thanks. The, thanks for having me on and bringing a little attention, Toal and, yeah, we'll, we'll get some, we'll get some gravel riding in a bend or Norco. I'll be down there soon enough. [00:39:29] Craig Dalton: Right on.   [00:39:30] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. Normally I would be taking a moment to ask for your support with a rating or review. But this week, I just want you to get out there and vote. Make sure you're organized. Make sure you've got your ballot. If you're not registered already figure out if it's possible to register at this moment in your state. But get out there and do it. No excuses this year. Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt under your wheels

The Connected Caroline Show
60 sections on the word STOKE with Ben Warner of Coast Film & Music Festival

The Connected Caroline Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 0:59


Secrets From The Saddle: All things Cycling PODCAST
288. STOKED MTB Sessions: Teaching All HUMANS how to Ride and LOVE MTN Biking | Melanie Poel

Secrets From The Saddle: All things Cycling PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:56


Meet Melanie Poel. In 2008, she turned her interest into a passion and started her MTN bike business helping more humans get and feel comfortable on the MTN BIke. Mel has some super cool projects in the works. Such a great conversation.

Danger Dan's Talk Shop
#384 Scott Holthaus

Danger Dan's Talk Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 Very Popular


What a trip it was recording this podcast back stage at ACL as Scott shooed away crew and members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers so we could talk choppers. Scott is responsible for the amazing light show that happens during the Peppers set and various other acts I'm sure you are familiar with. But he also produced badass chopper in his mom's apartment when he was a young lad and found a 1949 Vincent in a barn that was collapsed on a tractor. Stoked to meet you Scott! Lets do this again when we have more time. I still got lots of questions.Danger Dan's Talk ShopMCshopTs Permalink

Owning It
Leveraging Law Students To Get More Done While Giving Back To The Profession

Owning It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 36:27


My bud, Jordan Gardner, CEO of Law Student Connect™, joins The Business Growth Advantage this week! Jordan has a proven ability to lead and develop teams. Prior to founding Law Student Connect, Jordan served as the Executive Director for a non-medical home care company where he oversaw a team of 55 employees serving elderly and disabled adults located throughout Idaho's Treasure Valley. Also in that capacity, Jordan recruited, trained, and supported other home care agency directors located across the United States.   To this day, surviving law school remains one of Jordan's proudest accomplishments. He graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV and greatly values the relationships forged through that trying time. I am STOKED that he's letting me pick his brain for this week's show!

Broad Street Hockey: for Philadelphia Flyers fans
Flyperbole Ep. 286: Well I guess that's why they call it the boos

Broad Street Hockey: for Philadelphia Flyers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 72:46


The Philadelphia Flyers opened their season with...two...wins??? The standings don't lie, my friends! Steve and Quigz discuss what's gone right so far for the orange and black, like Travis Konecny and Morgan Frost stepping up. The guys also discuss Travis Sanheim's big contract extension, #FueledByPhilly, and new concessions at the Wells Fargo Center. Oh, and the Phillies are going to the NLCS and we are STOKED! SAID! Follow us on Twitter: @Flyperbole @ryanquigz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Kanode Knows
#39 - Dustin Lee (DustinNotJustin)

Kanode Knows

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 89:43


This podcast is brought to you by DIG BMX! Dustin Lee is a lifelong BMX rider from New Jersey. He reps Merritt, he works for Gary Vee as a content strategy manager, he has a great youtube channel with a bunch of fun how-to videos, and we have so much in common. Stoked to sit down and chat with him about everything from the death of rodeo peanut to the future of content and what his job is like working for one of the biggest media companies in the world. Dustin thanks so much for coming on I had a blast I hope we meet in person someday. Follow Dustin on IG - https://www.instagram.com/dustinnotjustin/

NBA Straya
Mon Oct 17: Ben Simmons Lets Loose, Luc Longley Vibes, King Delly Stays a King & the Top 14 Contender Over/Under win total ranks (Ep 848)

NBA Straya

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 51:56


NBA IS BACK THIS WEEK! So we've got a suitably massive show: talking Ben Simmons letting rip on everyone, Luc Longley's awesome vibes, King Delly staying in Sacramento, and then RANKING the Top 14 'THEY GOOD' Contender over/under win total teams! Also... loads more! Cos we've also got YEAH NAHs, an UNPOPULAR OPINION OF THE DAY AND an OUTBACK TAKEHOUSE... And a few thoughts about Draymond Green, Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins. Lots to get into. We've got a bunch more pre-season Awards gear in store this week too... so keep your eyes peeled. There's also a JINGLES HR answering a coach's cry for help. Awesome. Stoked. Enjoy, legends!

Richard Ellis Talks

Just because a flame goes out doesn't mean the fire is done; a pile of ashes can be stoked, and embers can be relit. In the same way, even if our passion for our relationship with God has burned out, the excitement can be renewed. When we remember God's blessings toward us, big or small, it stokes the fire in our hearts to give Him thanks and praise for all that He's given us.

What's Good Games: A Video Game Podcast
The Last of Us HBO Trailer has us STOKED - Ep.295

What's Good Games: A Video Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 58:43 Very Popular


This week Britt and Ri gush over the fact that we FINALLY got a teaser trailer for HBO's The Last of Us, and E3 is BACK, baby - the ladies discuss what the latest confirmed AND unconfirmed plans for E3 2023 could mean for the future of the convention. In hands-on Britt talks about her time with Star Ocean: The Divine Force and Ri has been playing Desta: The Memories Between. Thank you to this month's Patreon Producers: Chewy's Godson Alex Rigopulos Faris Attieh Justin Foshee Punkdefied Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2rAcJvF Support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/whatsgoodgames Want audio only? http://whatsgoodgames.com/podcast/ Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/whatsgoodgames Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/whatsgood_games Follow on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whatsgoodgames Follow on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/whatsgoodgames Our discord channel: http://discord.gg/whatsgoodgames Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/whatsgoodgamesofficial Our website: http://www.whatsgoodgames.com 03:18 - E3 2023 is back! 14:28 - The Last of Us HBO Trailer 21:49 - Xbox has announced Project Amplify 29:30 - Desta: The Memories Between 41:21 - Nobody Saves the World 42:50 - Saints Row 46:46 - Star Ocean: The Divine Force