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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast
Your Best Off-Season

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 49:32


It's not the end of the race season, but today we answer questions from you and take a closer look at how you can truly get better this off season – along with tackle the comedown after your big race. We look at strength training and how it should compliment your goals, how to ease expectations after an injury or a funk, and how to strip training down so it is something you can look forward to. We joke about finisher shirts, discuss which bike you should be riding and when, and look at the importance of building lateral stability by either strength training or hitting the trails or mountain/gravel bikes. This is a good reminder that we have to be flexible and everything can't always be “on.” Topics: Chattanooga  Finisher Shirts  Which bike to ride and when Q4 strategy How much are you in aero? Run on all surfaces  Lateral Stability Creative aerobic work that keeps you engaged Swim Cool Down? Worth the time? Easing expectations after burn out or injury Keeping yourself in a funk? Stripping the training down Strength training should replace intensity Strength training paired with swimming Body weight vs. plates and bars Transitioning post race Try to be a Type A- or B+ athlete December Rules All of this is on a continuum When failure to plan is good Flexible on the F*ck-around Mind tricking yourself Internal rebellion  Mike Tarrolly - CrushingIron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - C26Coach@gmail.com www.c26triathlon.com www.crushingiron.com  

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
F1 TECHY CHARBEL ON TECH DIP TUESDAY with F1BLAG - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP 60

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 75:56


On this episode of STRIPPING THE DIPPING TECH DIP: F1BLAG IS JOINED BY THE ONE AND ONLY F1TECHY CHARBEL- | 1 - Philosophy Adaptation = is it possible Mercedes change their design philosophy for next season? How does the cost cap and the research and development race bear impact on this? |2 - Red Bull seem unaffected my new technical directives enforced from Spa onwards. How have they managed to overcome this hurdle whilst Ferrari and been pegged back race pace wise? |3 - Downforce Vs Drag Debate - Red Bull running a more conventional rear wing in Monza Friday practice and still have the one of the fastest top speeds. How have they achieved this efficiency with an even higher downforce package compared to the rest? |4 - This is year the gaining a slipstream is only worth 2tenths whereas last years cars gained more. Why is there less to gain for slipstreaming another car? |5 - Challenges for Colton Herta - he's on the eve of being granted a super license to race in F1, what are the biggest challenges he'll face in terms of maximising in his performance in a (1 that's different to an approach since naturally by an Indycar driver? |6 - Power Unit modes - Lewis allegedly left his engine in the incorrect mode at the end of the safety car period. Nico Rosberg did something similar in Spain 2016. How important is it to remember the correct modes and why do the teams not have a reminder on the steering wheel dash to remind the drivers to change the mode accordingly? | SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER AT @StripTheDip @F1Techy

The WinAtLife Podcast
#152 - From drug addiction, stripping and her husband committing suicide to transforming her body, health, and life and becoming a coach with Melissa Collins

The WinAtLife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 38:56 Very Popular


We have so many amazing coaches and friends as part of our company and mission, so I wanted to do a coaches series where we talk to our coaches and hear their stories.Mel is an amazing coach and friend. I've known her almost as long as I've known Craig. She has such an incredible and inspiring story. Mel has also had heaps of success with so many women who have had a lot of weight to lose. Mel has a client who's lost 46 kgs and kept it off. And Mel is SO different from the person she was 7 years ago when we first met. She's experienced a lot of hardship but has persevered. If you need some inspiration, this podcast is definitely work giving a listen!In this episode, Melissa and I chat about:➡️Her journey over the last decade➡️Her past drug and alcohol use➡️One of the biggest decisions Mel made➡️The abuse she faced as a child➡️Relationships and love➡️Mel's past limiting beliefs and how she overcame them➡️Consistency and change➡️Going back to study and getting her qualifications to become a coach ➡️How she has had so much success with other women when it comes to losing weight and improving their health➡️Mel's advice to women trying to lose weight and get healthy LINKSJoin our 7-Day Eat More, Train Less, Get Results ChallengeLearn more about our 16-week Winatlife Accelerator Program: Book your callFollow:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldMelissa Collings @coachcollins47SHOW NOTES02:09 - Melissa Collin's background07:22 - How she was before we met her - drugs and  alcohol abuse 09:32 - When she finally decided she needed to change her life 11:38 - The past abuse she's experienced14:50 - Stripping and getting implants17:18 - Raising her son18:28 - Being in a violent relationship19:00 - Falling in love again21:49 - How she embraced change and being consistent26:58 - How she started working with us, going back to study, and getting her qualifications to become a coach30:11 - How she's helped other women succeed when it comes to losing weight and improving their health33:44 - Her advice to women who binge eat37:32 - Having hard conversations with yourself and why they are necessary at times 

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo
Darren Dreger on Sandin's status for training camp & Jets stripping Wheeler of captaincy

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 13:36


TSN Hockey insider Darren Dreger joins First Up to discuss the Jets stripping Captaincy off of Blake Wheeler, if Rasmus Sandin will be attending training camp for the Leafs, if the Leafs are discussing trades with other teams to be cap compliant, latest on McKinnon's extension with the Avs and more!

Astro arXiv | all categories
Shock-induced stripping of satellite ISM CGM in IllustrisTNG clusters at z sim0

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 0:32


Shock-induced stripping of satellite ISM CGM in IllustrisTNG clusters at z sim0 by Hao Li et al. on Sunday 18 September Using the IllustrisTNG simulation, we study the interaction of large-scale shocks with the circumgalactic medium (CGM) and interstellar medium (ISM) of star-forming (SF) satellite galaxies in galaxy clusters. These shocks are usually produced by mergers and massive accretion. Our visual inspection shows that approximately half of SF satellites have encountered shocks in their host clusters at $zleq0.11$. After a satellite crosses a shock front and enters the postshock region, the ram pressure on it is boosted significantly. Both the CGM and ISM can be severely impacted, either by striping or compression. The stripping of the ISM is particularly important for low-mass galaxies with $log (M_{*}/M_{odot})

Human Being Unleashed
How Stripping Into A G-String Changed My Life

Human Being Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 16:14


I stripped... like Magic Mike... and this is the life-changing experience I had.

A Feminine Impression
Saved From Stripping | Q&A

A Feminine Impression

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 17:46


Good Morning Gorgeous! In today's podcast we take a listener question about trying to find God after being in the adult entertainment industry, and how Satan can tempt us into taking the wrong paths in life, but it's up to us to deny him and accept God into our lives. PLEASE SHARE this episode with your friends and on your social media platforms! Visit My Fragrance Line Fine Forever: https://www.fineforever.com/ Use this exclusive code for 20% off of your purchase: “Feminine” A Feminine Impression Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/afeminineimpression My personal Instagram page: @DrMichelleDaf Business Inquiries Only: DrMichelle.Partnership@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Other Words for Whxre
Stripping With Taylor

Other Words for Whxre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 71:50


Join Taylor and I as we talk literally all things sexwork! getting in the business , funniest / favorite clients , advice for people new to the industry or thinking of joining , etc.

Astro arXiv | all categories
NGC 3314a b and NGC 3312: Ram pressure stripping in Hydra I Cluster substructure

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 0:34


NGC 3314a b and NGC 3312: Ram pressure stripping in Hydra I Cluster substructure by Kelley M. Hess et al. on Tuesday 13 September Cluster substructure and ram pressure stripping in individual galaxies are among the primary evidence for the ongoing growth of galaxy clusters as they accrete galaxies and groups from their surroundings. We present a multi-wavelength study of the center of the Hydra I galaxy cluster, including exquisite new MeerKAT HI and DECam Halpha imaging which reveal conclusive evidence for ram pressure stripping in NGC 3312, NGC 3314a and NGC 3314b through compressed HI contours, well-defined HI tails, and ongoing star formation in the stripped gas. In particular, we quantify the stripped material in NGC 3312 and NGC 3314a, which makes up between 8% and 35% of the gas still in the disk, is forming stars at ~0.5 M_Sun yr^-1, and extends ~30-60 kpc from the main disk. The estimated stellar mass in the tails is an order of magnitude less than the HI mass. A fourth "ring" galaxy at the same velocity does not show signs of ram pressure in HI. In addition, we use the HI and stellar morphologies, combined with a Beta model of the hot intracluster medium, to constrain the real distances of the galaxies to the cluster center, and we use the chance alignment of NGC 3314b behind NGC 3314a to break the degeneracy between whether the galaxies are in front or in back of the cluster. The drag seen in the HI tails supports our preferred scenario that NGC 3312 and NGC 3314a are moving towards us as part of a foreground substructure which has already passed its pericenter and is on "out fall" from the cluster. The high surviving HI content of the galaxies may suggest that the substructure/intragroup medium can protect them from the harshest effects of ram pressure, or that in fact the galaxies are on more tangential orbits. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.05605v1

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
MATT GALLAGHER - THE VOICE BEHIND WTF1 - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP58

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 82:33


A legendary episode with an astonishing character | AMG Denz & F1BLAG is joined by the voice behind WTF1 MATT GALLAGHER | 1 - As we do with all guests, what were your first experiences getting into watching F1? What were your aspirations growing up? Did you envision you'd ever be such an integral part of a revolutionary media platform? |2 - Taxi – GR, Dinner - DR and Avoid – LS |3 - What have you made of the ongoing F1 championship and how would you rate it in comparison to last years fiery fight? |4 - Choose an F1 Rivalry to make a Netflix Documentary. Which drivers would you choose and what was special about that rivalary to you? |5 - MattyG (early days of making F1 content on the video game - The hilarious ‘Rage series')-> now you're an international commentator for the official F1 E Sports events. Can you share the journey and how you've evolved your presentations style over the years |6 - You become team principal to take over from Mattia Binotto at Ferrari -> you have to pick other other content creators to be a) head of social media b) head of technical c) mentor/driver performance coach for Charles and Carlos. Who are you picking? |7 - What's the hardest video and what's the funniest video you've enjoyed making for WTF1 |8 - shoey or Helmut Marko lecture |9 - Advise for younger content creators getting started/final words/thoughts | SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER AT @StripTheDip @MattyWTF1 | ☺️

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
DAVID NOBLE - GENERATION FERRARI PT02- JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP57

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 80:19


The continued story of the amazing ferrari fan David Noble | Getting to know David | The YouTube work | The random questions and the mind games | And much more

The Christian Car Guy Radio Show
Song of Solomon 5:7 Stripping Off Your Mask

The Christian Car Guy Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 10:24


Song of Songs 5:7 The watchmen that went about the city found me, they smote me, they wounded me; the keepers of the walls took away my veil from me. The answer to the brides prayer in chapter four -"Blow North Wind" and here we learn why that prayer was critical to their marriage...Listen to find out why

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
FIAGIRLY DENI PART 02 THE SUMMER ROAST DINNER- JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP56

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 67:26


Lewis setting up for life after racing - thoughts on his investment in the Bronco NFL Team |– You replace Toto Wolff as the Team Principal of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team – which members of Team LH/F1 Twitter are you calling up a) to be technical director of the cars? B) Responsible for social media management and c) Mentour/PA for Lewis and George? -| Oscar Piastri move - the pros and cons of this build decision /Bad Bwoi Mick to Alpine | – Guess the word a) Best dog in the entire world? B) Get in there Lewis c) At the centre of a lot of contract negotiation -> Last name rhymes with Town | - An Assessment of the “revised” FIA Structure and what we think so far | – Pick a singer to perform the national anthem? SB | - Expectations for the second half of the season, comments on Ferrari, RB, Mercedes, GR63, Battle of the Midfield | – You have to pick one: Listen to Helmut Marko Lecture you everyday for the rest of your life or Do a Shoey with Dani Ric? | - Any new experiences of projects coming up we can look forward to? | SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER AT @StripTheDip @fiagirly

Punching Sideways
Punchy #13 - Stripping & Bridging | Half-Cooked Books | Tasting All the Things

Punching Sideways

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 27:48


Listen: https://www.jcaldigital.org/punching-sideways (https://www.jcaldigital.org/punching-sideways) Support: https://buymeacoffee.com/joshuacliston (https://buymeacoffee.com/joshuacliston) In this episode Josh and Mel talk: Stripping Potential [ https://www.facebook.com/881990242/videos/10164441087795243/ (https://www.facebook.com/881990242/videos/10164441087795243/) ] Bridging the Murray Committing to Half-Cooked vs War and Peace "I just wanna eat all the things" ~ Mel Naismith Listener Poll for Episode #13 - What smell always makes you hungry? Follow the Podcast. • https://www.instagram.com/punchingsideways (@punchingsideways on Instagram.) • https://www.facebook.com/punchingsideways (@punchingsideways Facebook) Support the Podcast: https://buymeacoffee.com/joshuacliston (https://buymeacoffee.com/joshuacliston)

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
DAVID NOBLE THE FERRARI MAN - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP55 PART O1

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 35:51


1. The Ferrari then and now |2. Getting to know David Noble |3. The F1 world and motorsport industry |4. Youtube and Encyclopedia |5. Taxi Avoid and the game |6. The Grand Prix experience |7. Being a fan of Ferrari | And much more.....| SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER AT @StripTheDip @djnracingfan

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
THE SUMMER ROAST DINNER WITH FIA GIRLY DENI PART01 - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP54

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 48:57


1. A summer breakdown |2. Taxi Date and Avoid |3. Hotlap Circuit and driver |4. Vanity Fair |5. Replacing Toto |6. Hamilton joining Bronco |7. Social media chaos in F1 and more with FIAGIRLY Deni joined by F1blag and AMG Denz | join the conversation by following us on Twitter at @StripTheDip @fiagirly | SUBSCRIBE OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL and stream us on Apple Spotify and Google podcasts

Mitch 'til Midnight
Channing Tatum reveals all on his stripping endeavors

Mitch 'til Midnight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 5:15


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Fronteras
Who deserves to be ‘American'? The complicated history of citizenship stripping in the U.S.

Fronteras

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 23:39


Amanda Frost, author of "You Are Not American: Citizenship Stripping from Dred Scott to the Dreamers," talks about the complicated history of who deserves citizenship in the U.S.

Strong Tower Mental Health with Heidi Mortenson
75. Testimony from Bullying, Stripping and Prostitution to Deliverance Warrior with Angela Greenig

Strong Tower Mental Health with Heidi Mortenson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 48:38


Angela Greenig is a general of the faith and has been in ministry for 43 years. She came from an illegitimate marriage, poverty, was violated at the young age of 4, and experienced hatred and bullying her whole childhood. At the age of 9 she was selling drugs and eventually got into stripping and prostituting. She was told she was stupid and would never amount to anything. She believed she had no value and felt like trash. But God saw her and showed her that she was worthy and has value in the Kingdom of God. Angela is now a powerful seer/warrior for Jesus Christ and a leading force in deliverance ministry. She has authored several books and is on many media networks. She is God's hands and feet and a voice for the nations. She loves fiercely and is a pit bull in the spirit. She believes that when you do something for someone else and do it with a pure heart and pure love, God says “than you have served me”. You will hear about her testimony, how she overcame it and spiritual secrets she has learned from the battlefield. She shares about the lying spirit, the spirit of bondage and how we have become so numb that we are dead to ourselves. There is a lot of powerful anointing in this episode to break the yoke of the enemy. Get ready for a firehose of the Holy Spirit to be encouraged, inspired, and transformed as you listen! “For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds.” ~2 Corinthians 10:4 “You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You.” ~Isaiah 26:3 Angela's website: https://www.angelagreenig.com Angela's Instagram: @atgreenig If you are in crisis, help is available by call or text 1-800-273-8255 24/7. You can also visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org. You are loved!

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
MYLES ROWE - HOPE OF A NEW ERA - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP53 with F1BLAG

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 70:30


The young talented racer Myles Rowe is joined by F1blag to shed light on the life of being a young black racing driver...| The path to the podium | Inddor series to Outdoor series | Single seater and the price tag | Losing position & Go Fund Me | Nature of Motorsport business | The diversity opportunities and the positive attitude towards the negative reactions | Ocean by MR | and more on this episode of Stripping the dipping | Follow us on twitter at @StripTheDip @oceanbymr | SUBSCRIBE OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION | FOLLOW myles on IG: @OceanbyMR

Sportsday
Greg Swann says there was never any thought of stripping Dayne Zorko of captaincy following sledge - Tuesday August 30

Sportsday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 0:55


Brisbane Lions CEO Greg Swann joined Sam, Bruce and Leigh.

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
MIKE OGREN - RACER | INSTRUCTOR | ENGINEER - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP52

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 71:11


The ultimate duo F1blag & AMG Denz is joined by racer engineer Mike Orgren to discuss his journey as an engineer and a racer in the United States of America. | The origin of his career | life of a racer and what it takes to be a full-time racer | The Racing school | Engine brakes & tiny cars | Building a name from scratch | The wife husband duo conquering | More manufacturers or less | And more.... | SUBSCRIBE OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER AT: @StripTheDip | Mike: IG: Mike.ogren | Find the links on our YouTube channel

whistlekick Martial Arts Radio
Episode 740 - Sensei Joe Andrews

whistlekick Martial Arts Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 63:59


Sensei Joe Andrews is a Martial Arts Practitioner and Chief Instructor at the Somerset Applied Karate in Somerset, UK. Stripping the good from the bad. I first learned that principle not from karate but in my old career when I was training as a graphic designer. I was the kind that my first idea was my best idea. But what they said, I've got make a whole lot of doodle, 30, 40, 50 designs. Only when you do that, you can split them into good and bad. Sensei Joe Andrews - Episode 740 Sensei Joe worked as a nightclub doorman and various security jobs for over 10 years, gaining experience in violence prevention, violence management, de-escalation, communication, and social psychology. He used this expertise to help teach his students how to watch for signs of violence and how to avoid or manage the situation. It is also during this time that Joe realized what does and does NOT work in combative martial arts!  Joe has trained with some great names in Karate and Martial Arts such as Iain Abernethy, Peter Consterdine, Christian Wedewardt, Les Bubka, Andi Kidd, Tommy Joe Moore, Mary Stevens, John Johnston, Leigh Simms, Bob Rhodes, Terry O'Neill, Shinji Akita, Gary Roberts, Elwin Hall, Gerry Bryan, Mario Spillere, Leon Jay and Paul Herbert. In this episode, Sensei Joe talks about his journey to martial arts and how he found his passion as an instructor, especially for children. He also talks about his testing for a 4th degree belt. Listen to learn more! Listen to learn more! Show Notes Know more about Sensei Joe Andrews by visiting his website at somersetappliedkarate.com or check the following social media platforms: youtube.com facebook.com instagram.com

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
JOURNEY BEYOND THE PITSTOP - PIT-FIT FOUNDER JIM LEO - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP51

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 88:09


1. Becoming the 1st fitness trainer to get hired by indycar teams |2. The origin of the career |3. PacWest racing group |4. The importance of fitness in modern day motorsport |5. PIT-FIT to Pit Stop |6. The difference between different series of pitstop crew |7. F1 testing |8. Young drivers of the sport |9. Off season camps for front running drivers |10. The usage of banned substance and drinks used as a way to stay hydrated | And much more...!!! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER: @StripTheDip @JLeoFitness

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
The Rise of The Women Driver - Sabré Cook - Jorgy's Stripping The Dipping S1 EP50

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 65:00


Sabré Cook joined the pod to have a chat with Denzel and had a discussion about | The W series | Mechanical engineering and Racing | The selection process of W series | The winning strikes | Indycar and baby Pato | Covid effects on the motorsport series | Life after surgery and much more including the hard ball of sponsorship support | Follow us on twitter at @StripTheDip @Sabre_Cook and SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL for more updates....

John Clay Wolfe Show
JCW Archive- Stripping in Shreveport (2012)

John Clay Wolfe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 23:51


John Clay Wolfe shares his secret to success! But that's not why he was stripping in Shreveport! Find out why! Thanks for listening! Show JCW all the love for his birthday- @johnclaywolfeshow. And show us love by leaving a rate and review on iTunes! Leave your email address in the review and I might send you a swag bag!

The Truth About Recording & Mixing
Ep 18 - Mark Greenberg on Managing the Wilco Loft

The Truth About Recording & Mixing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 81:51 Very Popular


Welcome back to the Truth About Recording And Mixing.  Mark Greenberg has been in the Wilco family from back before there was a Wilco. Now he manages and engineers records at Wilco's Chicago recording studio The Loft. From his time in the band the Coctails to his role as the “everything guy” at Lounge Ax to leading the composer collective Mayfair Workshop and to his current role in Eleventh Dream Day, Mark is a part of the musical fabric of the city. This hilarious and heartwarming conversation sheds a little light on why. The Truth About Recording And Mixing is brought to you by the Fretboard Journal from Crackle & Pop! Studio in Ballard Washington and is supported by Izotope. Get 10% off any Izotope product by going to their website and using the code FRET10 on checkout. Topics covered: 0:00:00 Welcome back! Also ... we're going to Chicago! 0:02:25 Welcome Mark Greenberg! Mark's early years learning instruments, starting bands, going to art school, and starting the Coctails. Chicago in the '90s. 0:08:00 Lounge Ax! 0:11:00 The Coctails and how that led to making “music for use”. Starting the Marfair Workshop - a multi-composer workshop. 0:19:45 Getting involved with the Loft. Being called in last minute to work on Jeff's first record with Mavis Staples. 0:24:00 The Loft - how's it set up? How does it work? How do they keep all those instruments functioning? Using tape? 0:30:30 Listener question about the Loft and the philosophy of having an open plan studio. 0:32:30 And Zoom froze! ;-) 0:35:00 Pops Staples' final album. Stripping back the layers and rebuilding it from Pops up. 0:40:00 Wilco on the Road & what happens at the studio when Jeff Tweedy is out of town. More about the gear at the Loft & the gear that goes out on the road with the band. 0:45:00 New guitar builders, pedals, amps. Recording gear at the studio. The Neve console that once belonged to Sheryl Crow. 0:55:00 On the value of being ready for a session. 0:57:30 Solid Sound and MASS MoCA! 01:01:40 Eleventh Dream Day and making music now as compared to “then”. 01:12:00 The Wilco organization and why it works so well. Mindful leadership from the top down. 01:19:00 Scott McCaughey - Down with Wilco!

From The Ground Up
Stripping and Milk & Cookies to Maximizing Your RE Loans

From The Ground Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 10:47


If you buy properties with cash… you're wrong

Recovery Survey
#126 – Anonymous: Stripping Barriers to Recovery

Recovery Survey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 31:54


This week's guest has asked to remain anonymous.

On the Mark Golf Podcast
Grant Field Talks Golf, Game Improvement and Using DIgital Golf Instruction

On the Mark Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 47:50 Very Popular


Grant Field is a leading global golf instructor.  Based in Australia he has a large stable of professional clients headlined by Cam Smith (2022 PLAYERS Champion and 2022 Open Champion). Grant joins us to talk about game improvement and using the ever-growing and popular medium of Online and Digital Golf Lessons.  He shares his keys to success including: Finding the appropriate teacher, Frequency of lessons, and Simplifying and Stripping away the unnecessary. Grant also levels advice for Golf Instructors and talks about: Patience and respecting time, Searching for "new teaching stuff" and managing trends, Using technology constructively, Management of student expectations, and Visible and Non-visible skills. As a bonus, Grant takes you inside the ropes and shares insider information on what he and Cameron Smith work on. He shares lessons on Putting, Wedge play, Iron play and trajectory and clubhead speed control.   This podcast will surely empower you to make smart decisions on instructors and technique, develop your game and lower your scores.

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz
#208 - Motherhood Minus the Medals with Helen Bryce

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 26:51 Transcription Available


Helen Bryce is a poet, writer, mother of four and outward feminist. Her collection of poetry, https://www.amazon.com.au/Motherhood-Minus-Medals-Nelly-Bryce/dp/B09ZCPZHBL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=CUDJ9O85DC68&keywords=motherhood+minus+the+medals&qid=1661256719&sprefix=motherhood+minus+the+medal%2Caps%2C253&sr=8-1 (Motherhood Minus the Medals), writes from a point of view of how invisible, unseen, uncelebrated, unvalued and unsupported motherhood can be within the systemic patriarchs of society. This conversation demonstrates how many different layers and factors we experience daily within motherhood and oozes motivation and breathtaking moments shared. Listen as Helen and Amy discuss: Generational changes and choices we now have entering into motherhood, how that is impacting decisions to become a mother. Journaling to find release, reflect on experiences, continue, celebrate and find a voice on the page. Stripping back to diving feminine qualities and appreciating beauty for the sake of it. Having a self within motherhood, whatever that may look like. The good mother myth and idea of perfectionism and loving every minute of motherhood. Helen delights us with one of her pieces from her book at the end of this conversation. It is a powerful and amazing experience which is bound to take your breath away. I encourage you to purchase a copy of Helen's book, https://www.amazon.com.au/Motherhood-Minus-Medals-Nelly-Bryce/dp/B09ZCPZHBL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=CUDJ9O85DC68&keywords=motherhood+minus+the+medals&qid=1661256719&sprefix=motherhood+minus+the+medal%2Caps%2C253&sr=8-1 (Motherhood Minus the Medals), it's a powerful and wonderful read. Also, follow Helen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nellythewriter/ (@nellythewriter). There needs to be a change in the way mothers are valued and seen in our society. We are here to spread the whispers of Matrescence together. Find out more and receive your Matrescence map here https://www.amytaylorkabbaz.com/matrescence/ (https://www.amytaylorkabbaz.com/matrescence/).

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
Jorgy's Stripping The Dipping S1 Ep49 - with Global Rallycross Champion Cabot Bigham

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 66:34


On this episode of Stripping the dipping: 1. The beginning of Motorsport and the end of business administration | 2. What is Nitro Rallycross | 3. Audi S1 | 4. VW Beetle | 5. Rival battles | 6. Importance of the spotter | 7. Winning the championship | 8. Rallycross circuit | 9. Advise for the next generation and Much More...| SUBSCRIBE and stream us on Apple Spotify and Google podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE and follow us on TWITTER at @StripTheDip | IG: followtheham Cabot Bigham

What Is Sex?
S4:E7 - Do you go to a stripping club? Is it juicy?

What Is Sex?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 66:54


Rebecca and Isy are joined by burlesque performer and sexuality enthusiast Sundae Addams to discuss the juiciness of stripping clubs! They talk about Hooters, burlesque history, and how we learned about sex work. Support What is Sex? on Patreon to help pay hosting fees, guests, editors, and hosts!We want to hear from you! Contact us on Facebook, Instagram, or at contact@yestoconsent.org 

The Progress Report Podcast
K Kapri speaks on wanting to commit suicide after being misgendered on Joseline's Cabaret, stripping

The Progress Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 21:52


“I'm gonna pop p***y until the day I die” ~ K Kapri K Kapri skips class with The Progress Report to speak on life as an exotic dancer, appearing on Joseline's Cabaret, people misgendering her because of her height, sexuality, and being disowned by her family as a teen. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theprogressreportpodcast/support

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING MOTORSPORT S01 Ep48 - THE SILVER LINING - BROADCASTER AMANDA BUSICK

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 56:42


The origin of her motorsport broadcasting career | The risky move to New York | Hot Rod aka Drag Racing | Fox & ESPN to Formula E & Spa 24hr | Americanisation of F1 | Viewers, emotions and the job | Broadcasting life | Pineapple on Hotdogs and much more on this episode of Stripping the dipping with AMG Denz joined by the beautiful Amanda Busick | SUBSCRIBE OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING OUR PAGE ON TWITTER AT: @StripTheDip @AmandaBusick

Empowering NICU Parents Podcast
Skin Care: Clinical Guidelines for the NICU

Empowering NICU Parents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 37:25


Infants in the NICU are patients that require specialized care with unique clinical considerations. Specific recommendations must be considered for all systems of NICU patients and the skin is not any different. Infants who are being cared for in the NICU, especially those that were born premature have an increased risk for skin trauma. On this episode, we review some of the skin care guidelines and recommendations available for clinical practice of NICU patients. As NICU clinicians, is is important to not only be aware of the anatomical variations of a term and preterm infant's skin, but to also know how that guides their clinical care and treatment plan. Many of the topics we cover on this episode have been standards of care for years, but there are also new recommendations for practice and products available based on recent research findings. NICU clinicians will hear a great review as well as up-to-date clinical recommendations for skin care of our specialized population in the NICU. The episode will also be beneficial for parents to hear the clinical practice guidelines and recommendations for term and preterm infants as well as some of the variations that may exist between different institutions. Our NICU Roadmap: A Comprehensive NICU Journal: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/nicujournal/NeoTech Free Samples: neotechneoshades.comNICU Mama Hats: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/hats/NICU Milestone Cards: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/nicuproducts/Empowering NICU Parents Show Notes: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/episode35Empowering NICU Parents Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/empoweringnicuparents/Empowering NICU Parents FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/empoweringnicuparentsPinterest Page: https://pin.it/36MJjmH

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
Jorgy's Stripping The Dipping S01 Ep47 - Summer Wrap with The Racer Bradley Philpot

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 85:15


On this episode on Jorgy's Stripping The Dipping: Bradley Philpot joins the table with AMG Denz and talks about: 1 – First half of the F1 season and these new regulations? In your view, has the fia been successful with what they set out to achieve? What have you made of the variety of races you seen so far? |2 – You've launched a very successful series on youtube – Through the Visor – amazing content highlighting hot topics from each race weekend. One of the topics has been driver ettiqutte and the infamous forcing a driver off the track issue. What was your take of the Max Verstappen vs Schumacher Move, the Perez on Lewis Hamilton Move and the way the FIA have penalised other offences like George Russell on Checo? Have the stewarding standards improved in your eyes? |3 – Another hot topic is track limits and number of offences we saw go rampant at the Austrian GP. How can the FIA monitor this issue and police it more consistently? |4 – We're recording this on the eve of silly season and there has been a lot of controversy following the Oscar Piastri situation. Is there a morale obligation on Piastri to be loyal to Alpine given they have given him his junior career within the academy? |5 – You had a mega run at the karting world championship following your excellent performance I witnessed first hand at the British Rental Kart Championship |6 – When will the next BRKC registration open and how can people go about signing up? |7 – We know that you are also racing in other series – can you give us insight into how that's going and how your approach changes between different series and disciplines? |8 – We know you also do sim racing on your channel and have engaged a lot more with the indycar e sport races – but how realistic do you feel the tyre model simulations are in the simulators in comparison to real life in relation to tyre degradation and tyre warm up? |9 – Ferrari seem to have struggled this year with reliability and strategy – when you are a driver in Charles shoes, driving for legacy brand like Ferrari – what goes through your mind? And as driver is there anything you can do to influence your team/stratergists in line with improving and maximising results |10 – What are your predictions for the rest of the F1 championship? Is there any plans or projects you're working on that you can share with us? Have you been able to follow the other motorsports series this year such as the GT3 Sports Car Racing or the hectic Indycar fight at the moment? | SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON TWITTER AT: @StripTheDip @bradphilpot

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast
Ep 203 - Stripping back to the bare essentials of what makes a great hospitality brand and experience with the CEO of Industry Beans, Trevor Simmons

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 57:23


Ep 203 - Stripping back to the bare essentials of what makes a great hospitality brand and experience with the CEO of Industry Beans, Trevor Simmons Established by brothers Trevor and Steven Simmons in 2010, Industry Beans is a transparent operation of sourcing, roasting and brewing specialty coffee. In 2013 they opened Industry Beans Fitzroy which was an open-plan coffee roastery and cafe and somewhere I visited on a regular basis to get an amazing cup of coffee. 9 years later and they now have 7 venues across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane as well as a strong wholesale and e-commerce network, so I feel fortunate to talk with the CEO of the business Trevor Simmons in this week's podcast. In this podcast we discuss: -How Trevor started in the hospitality and coffee industry. -Where the idea for the first venue came about. -Working in a family business out the gate. -If being in different states means that it assists the brand overall. -How IB has developed the E-Com and retail verticals of the business. -The power of the coffee subscription model and how that was built. -How the ‘Fitzroy Iced' product was developed as their iced coffee brand for retail. -The exciting moves for the brand in the next 12 months. Please find our guest information here: Website: https://industrybeans.com/ (https://industrybeans.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/industrybeans/ (https://www.instagram.com/industrybeans/) Please find us here at POH: Website: https://principleofhospitality.com/ (https://principleofhospitality.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/ (https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/) Thanks to our supporter for this season - https://www.payo.com.au/ (Payo ) Invite a mate and get $20 each when they use Payo - https://www.payo.com.au/share-earn/ (Mates Dates Link here) Mentioned in this episode: Fine Food Australia Fine Food Australia is the leading trade event for the food industry. Running for 36 years, the event has welcomed hundreds of food industry professionals from Australasia and beyond, through our show doors. 5-8 SEP 2022, MELBOURNE CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE https://principle-of-hospitality.captivate.fm/https-finefoodaustralia-comau- (Fine Food Australia )

The Darwin Awards
Trash Compactors, Wire Stripping, Draw Bridges, and Drug Swallowing - ep. 128

The Darwin Awards

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 35:12


On this, the 128th episode of the The Darwin Awards podcast, we discuss some of the awe-inspiring ways that people have recently eliminated themselves from the gene pool. These include a man who went down a trash chute, a guy stripping wires with his teeth, and old man walking over a draw bridge, and a guy swallowing drugs.CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO DARWIN AWARD PLUS ON APPLE PODCASTShttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-darwin-awards-plus/id1619901000If you enjoy the episode, CLICK BELOW AND JOIN US ON OUR PATREON for more content!https://www.patreon.com/thedarwinawardspodcastYou can email us at Thedarwinawardspodcast@gmail.comSupport the show

Misjonen med Antonsen og Golden
Destillert: Gluecifer - Stripping i Halden - Fly kansellert

Misjonen med Antonsen og Golden

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 37:26


Golden duck: Tinder, Kvinneguiden Episoden kan inneholde målrettet reklame, basert på din IP-adresse, enhet og posisjon. Se smartpod.no/personvern for informasjon og dine valg om deling av data.

Strippers in the Attic
SITA on Tour: Sexy Positive Comedy vs Sex Positive Stripping

Strippers in the Attic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 13:14


Our Strippers leave the Attic and head out on tour to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, to find the strippers best friend – comedians. From working vaudeville shows to the birth of alternative comedy in the Raymond Revue bar the professions have always shared more than just a stage. Now they share the incredibly intimate two inches of mouth space around our microphone. Best not mention our girls walking through a creche in full pleasers and see through tops…This episode is bought to you by House of Vixens, Hosted by Buffy and Heaven, produced by Stephen Armstrong, edited by Adam Grigg, original soundtrack by Myron Cohen and Hart McNee and Artwork by Ben Prescott. Follow us! Instagram & Twitter Press Enquiries- Madelaine@gingerbreadagency.com

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
Questionable Cosplay, a Stripping Personal Trainer and Timmy Mallett #350

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 83:32


What time is it? It's time for the Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast! We were without our beloved newsreader Dominic Byrne this week, so Pippa took over some of his duties, including reading out his letters feature. That led to a whole chat about cosplay, and how innocent it all is (or isn't). Our visual producer, Sam, went on holiday this week as well, and 'accidentally' dyed his hair blonde/orange after a few wines. Chris then revealed that his personal trainer once was a stripper, managed by his dad! Normal stuff! Timmy Mallett joined the team for a chat, after his bike ride around the UK coastline ended, before Intern Dr Pepper (or Danny to his friends) played a game with the team, called 'Yeah!' We finished with Pippa having a go at presenting on the station, before we said goodbye to Intern Dr Pepper with some surprise gifts. But if that wasn't enough…. - A run in with a Spanish Cleaner - James' favourite parody songs - Pippa told us about the time she ran the London Marathon (she kept that quiet) Enjoy! The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Weekdays 6:30-10am

Vaginas, Vulvas, and Vibrators
Unleashing Your Inner Stripper with Paige Cole

Vaginas, Vulvas, and Vibrators

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 35:33


Paige Cole, an OG stripper, shares how to unleash your inner stripper, own your sexuality, and she shares some lessons we can all learn about ourselves through strippers. She also gives insider tips about what actually happens behind closed doors in the strip club, and it might not be what you assume.  You can find Paige on IG @the.paige.cole and her website.  Get the Sex You Desire is helping women to uncover their desires and start having more sex according to their wants. Are you ready to have next level sexual experiences? Register HERE! Follow Jordan D'Nelle on Facebook and Instagram. Email: JordanDnelle@VaginasVulvasandVibrators.com Support the Vaginas, Vulvas, and Vibrators podcast! Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews help this podcast impact more lives! Subscribe to Vaginas, Vulvas, and Vibrators on iTunes if you haven't already! *Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational and/or entertainment purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. jordandnelle.com paigecole.com/

The GroomPod
Episode 344: GroomPod 344 Client challenges in hand stripping, salt in shampoo, and conditioned emotional response

The GroomPod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 52:27


This week Barbara talks about her experiences with clients and hand stripping, she tells us about salt in shampoo, and Susy shares some ways to create a positive conditioned emotional response.

A Stripper's Guide
Is it stripping or is it me?

A Stripper's Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 48:35


The culture of nightlife can be intoxicating and distracting. It can be easy to lose track of what your goals were before you entered the industry. But it doesn't have to be that way. If you've ever felt like there's no way to be a stripper (or other sex worker/nightlife worker) and also achieve personal goals outside the industry, this one's for you.   Also in this episode:My newsletter, which is full of irresistible goodies just for youMy musicA Stripper's Guide book club

Word 2 Waithe
Where them dollas at

Word 2 Waithe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 47:18


Stripping,drugs,sex --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/Word2Waithe/message

Heart of Worship Church
Equipping in the Stripping II: The Wilderness

Heart of Worship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 16:05


Continuing from our previous message where we looked more at the purpose of purification that the Holy Spirit came to lead us through, today we look a little father into the process by which He does it and what we have to gain by enduring it in faith!

Bounced From The Roadhouse
Fighting Pilots, Gum Heist, Brandon's TV, Luke Bryan Stripping it Down, Chislic and More.

Bounced From The Roadhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 93:19


On this episode of Bounced From The Roadhouse:Special Guests in 4B: D.Ray Knight, Intern Dylan Haskell, Felix Irving with Who Datz Catering/Beard BQ Co.Fighting PilotsVandalismGender Reveal PartiesGlass Garage DoorsGum HeistWalmart PackagingLuke Bryan Stripping it DownBrandon's TVDisney BrawlPastor SurgerySpringsteen TicketsOpening JarsViolin ScamChislicRed Flags for Crappy RestaurantsWild Bill Hickock's Gun up for AuctionTik Tok Talk - Pink SauceMisheard Song LyricsHealth Adventure UpdateBaby Brandon UpdateDumby of The Day - WipesMailbag - Lingering GuyPrank Call - Timmy's Pallet of Dick and JanesKAT OUT of The BAGDR BJTuesday Teacher Spotlight - Maria's DonutsFeel Good Moment - 13 Year old Med StudentQuestions? Comments? Leave us a message! 605-389-3456Don't forget to subscribe, leave us a review and some stars!Also follow us on Facebook and Tik Tok!amy@theroadhouseshowam.combrandon@theroadhouseshowam.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Make It Rain
#155: Stripping Is Spiritual

Make It Rain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 22:49


In this solo episode Paige shares about what spirituality means to her and how in fact stripping is spiritual! Listen to this episode to hear about 5 different elements that in fact make stripping spiritual!  Remember to subscribe to our show and leave us a review!

Your Anxiety Toolkit
Ep. 293 I Screwed Up...What Now?

Your Anxiety Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 28:37


This is Your Anxiety Toolkit - Episode 293. You guys, I've totally screwed up. Oh my God, it's going to be one of those episodes where I laugh a lot. Maybe not. Who knows?  Alright, I totally screwed up. It's funny because I have for months been thinking about doing an episode and reminding you guys mostly so I could remind myself that I'm a human being, that I'm going to make mistakes, and it's one of the biggest lessons that I have had to learn over and over and over and over again. It's really frustrating, you guys. I'm so frustrated by this fact that humans make mistakes. I don't like it. It makes me mad. If only we could figure out a way where we don't and we don't disappoint people and we don't screw up. If anyone has figured this out, let me know. Just shoot me an email, tell me your special secret, because I haven't figured it out yet. So funny.  Okay. Before we get into it, this is actually pretty much a coincidence and I love when big coincidences happen, but the review of the week is actually from Flashcork. They're writing a specific review on Episode 193, which I think is really cool because this is by coincidence 293. And they said: “This episode 193 is just what I needed to hear today. I'm stressed and anxious about my upcoming trip and experiencing racing thoughts. This will help me to manage those feelings and practice by shortening the leash.” Now, if you haven't listened to this episode, it is probably one of my most favorite episodes. A lot of my patients and clients have said that this concept has helped them a lot. And so, really go back and listen to 193. If you want to practice being able to be in a place where you can manage those thoughts a little better, go back and check that out. It's just a metaphor.  Flashcork says: “It makes sense because it has worked for me walking Sally, my Golden Retriever.” I make a reference to thoughts being like a dog on a leash. So, you can go back and listen to that anytime. That's the review of the week. Thank you, Flashcork. So happy to have you join us.  The “I did a hard thing” is from Allison. Allison says: “I'm going to go on a job interview next week after applying to a different job, going through the grueling interviewing process and at the end not being successful. I'm working really hard to believe in myself, screw up my courage to attend this interview and be open-hearted about the new possibilities. It's hard to pick yourself up and try again, but I'm doing the hard thing of trying again. I'm scared, but I'm proud of myself.” Allison, you are doing the work. And I'm actually going to take your advice today, Allison, because this is so perfect for the topic of today, which is like, yeah, sometimes we do screw up and we just have to get up and we have to try again. It's so important. I'm so, so I'm impressed. I'm just so impressed with your courage and thank you so much for sharing that because I think we've all experienced it.  So, Allison, let me tell you my hard thing. I want to preface this with, I think in my-- if I'm being completely authentic with you guys, I think that I've somehow, for many years of my adulthood, without me realizing, and in not a super severe way either, it was a very secret underlying compulsion I think I've been doing for years that I didn't even know I was doing until the last couple of years is I was trying to find a way, constantly striving to find a way that I could live in a world where I didn't make a mistake. Now I understand I'm a human. I don't think I'm a superwoman. But in my mind, I think I've had-- well, I know I have, let's be honest. I think in my effort to control my emotions that I've engaged in these little nuanced secretive behaviors of constantly trying to find the formula where I don't upset people and I don't screw up. Let's just take a minute because it's funny for me to say that because how many times during the week with my clients and with you guys and everything I do is about self-compassion and letting go of control. And all along there was this nuanced little secret slither going through my life. And I think that number one, a part of this is true for a lot of people who have anxiety and are high functioning. Because I spoke to a couple of friends about this and they were like, “Yeah, to be--” when you have anxiety, to be high functioning, you have to put in place systems and procedures and routines to keep you going. And it makes sense that we often engage in other little behaviors that make us feel like we're getting control when we don't.  Everybody knows, I even spoke about it a couple of sessions ago, that I am so in love with calendaring. My life has changed since I've been more intentional about my calendar. I'm not compulsive about it at all. Because I'm managing two children and two businesses and a chronic illness, if I can be really intentional and effective with my schedule, I can go into the day. I never worry about what I have to get done anymore. Really, I don't. It was the best change I ever made because I have a system where I write down what I need to do and I throw that list out because I immediately calendar the times that I'm going to do it. So, I know it's going to get done because it's in the calendar. And if I don't get it done, I'll reschedule it. And I know I'll get it done. And through the process, I've actually built such trust with myself. I know. I know I used to worry that I won't get things done. I never worry about that anymore because I've gotten really good at this process. You guys know what's going.  This week is literally the only week of the year where the things on my calendar cannot be rescheduled because my beautiful daughter, who is a delight, she's growing up to be this absolutely gorgeous human. I wish you could all meet her. She's just so good. I know I'm biased, but she is just so wonderful. It's her graduation. She's graduating elementary school, you guys, and I'm going to have a middle schooler next year. So, the one thing this year-- because I'm my own boss. I can schedule what I want. The one thing I can't miss is her graduation. And last week, you know what's going to happen here I was prepping to present at this conference and I got on the call and then we were doing this rehearsal and she said, “Okay, great. I'll see you next Friday.” And I was like, “No, no, no, no. It's the week after.” And she said, “No, no, no it's next Friday.” And I'm like, “No, no, it's not. And I'm always right. It's in my calendar.” And she's like, “No, it's really not. It's next Friday. You agreed to it on this date.” And I realized she's right. Now, I said to her, literally, “I cannot do it with this whole thing. I can't do it. I've totally screwed up. This is not something I can reschedule.” And she was like, “Oh, okay.” So, she had to basically message a whole foundation. They had to change everything. They had to try and figure it out. This is where it was so humiliating, is they had to reach out to the person who was going after me, who is a very, very, very well-known person in the OCD community who I respect and don't know. So, it's like I have a relationship and had to ask him to reschedule his entire day because I screwed up.  Now, I know this is not a huge disaster. This is in the grand scheme of things. This is not a huge problem, but I felt so bad. Oh my God, it was so painful. I was in this meeting and to see their faces of just pure annoyance and frustration and anger of like, “What? You got the date wrong?” They were very kind, but I could tell they were annoyed.  And so, my question to you, because I love questions, is what do we do when we screw up? What do you do when you screwed up?  Now you might be thinking this isn't a big deal. I want you to think about a time when you did screw up that's a big deal for you, and I want you to ask yourself, what did you do when you screw up?  Immediately for me, this is the reason I wanted to really do this episode, is there was this interesting shift in me this time where-- because I haven't screwed up this big in a couple of years. This was a pretty huge screw-up. I looked like a complete fall in something that was organized months ago, we've been talking about it, emailing back and forth. How did I miss this? I don't know. But what was fascinating to me is, once upon a time, I would've said some very mean things to myself. Really, really mean. And I probably would've-- now that I'm noticing it is I would've responded, not just with self-criticism, but I would've tightened my belt even more with checking behaviors, rechecking, more controlling calendar, like compulsive calendaring. I would've overcorrected because I have been known to overcorrect. If you ask my partner, he'll tell you I often used to overcorrect pretty bad. If I make a mistake, I would-- if I upset someone, I would go overboard trying to get them to like me again. Or I remember I used to-- if I was worried I offended someone, I would like to apologize over and over and over again. I don't know if you've done any of these behaviors. You might want to gently say, “Kimberley, you're not alone.” I'm kidding.  But this time what? I notice this shift in me where I was like-- what I say to my son all the time is, “Oh my gosh, I'm such a ding-dong.” I'll say you're such a ding-dong and he'll say you're such a ding-dong. It's a funny thing. It's lighthearted and it's not critical. It's just like, “Ding-dong. You're such ding-dong.” And what was interesting is I responded by went, “Oh my gosh, I'm such a ding-dong,” but it wasn't-- I said things that sounded critical, but it wasn't. There was this giggle to it. There was this acceptance of my humanness to it. It was so playful in my response. And I mean, this is a big deal for me because I very much value the respect of the people in my field and I work really hard to get their respect. Not in a people-pleasing way, but it's a very big value for me. And it was funny. I just went, “Oh my gosh, I'm so sorry. I'm a ding-dong.” And then I said, “What can we do to fix it?” It was just a very transactional thing. Whereas before I would've, “Oh my God. I'm so sorry. I'm such an idiot. I can't believe I did this. You should fire me.” I would just go overcorrect.  So, let's come here to the questions because I love the questions. If you're driving, don't do this. But if you're not driving, I'd love for you to actually sit down with a notepad and just journal some of this out. So, when you screw up, what do you do?  The second question is, is it okay for you? Because it was fine for me, and I want you to actually check-in, is it okay for you to make jokes about yourself? Answer it honestly. If it's a yes, that's okay. It can be giggly, nothing too harsh. If no, take that and really follow that out when you do make a mistake.  Number three, is it helpful to apologize? Yes, of course. When we screw up, we should apologize. But how many times? And how do we apologize? Do we say it in a way that's very factual, “I'm so sorry, this is a huge inconvenience for you”? Or do we say, “I'm sorry, I'm such a mess, screwed up person. I've ruined your day,” and make up a whole story about it? Because a lot of us do that when we screw up. Do you apologize over and over and over?  Catch how do you respond to try and make it up to them. And that's a really big one. Because if you find that you're trying to make it up to them that's okay. But are you doing it because it equals the degree in which you screwed up or are you doing it just to remove the discomfort you feel about the fact that you're a human being? Make sure it's in proportion. So, if you, let's say, forgot to text somebody about something, you wouldn't need to buy them a $100 gift card. That's going overboard. Maybe it depends on the situation, but we're just making an assumption here. If you forgot someone's birthday. Well, yeah, you probably need to take them out for dinner and do make a big deal about it. But do you need to do that four times this month or throw them a party that puts you out of pocket? No. Don't try to make it up to people in a way that actually takes away from your well-being.  This is the next thing, is-- once I did this, I was really proud of myself. I'm not going to lie. I handled it pretty well, I think, and I was like, “Wow, I've made some pretty big growth in here obviously.” What was interesting is, once I hung up from them and I was like, “Oh dear.” I have all of these emotions, which I'll talk to you here in a second about, I had to ask myself. The next question is, how long am I going to be on the hook for this, meaning from myself? How long am I going to hold myself on the hook? When am I going to let this one go? Because what I could have done is I could have said, “Okay, I made a mistake. It was not a good mistake there.” Obviously, I need to make some changes, but I'm going to beat myself up for the rest of the day. I'm going to ask yourself, how effective is that and is it in proportion with what happened, and is it effective? Really, does it make it less likely that you'll do it again? The truth is, if I beat myself up all day, it's not going to reduce the chances of this happening again, because it was a human mistake. And then the last question is, what can I do to resolve this if anything? But let me come back to the emotions because those questions are very much related to these emotions. When you make a mistake and whether-- let me pose a couple of things to you. It could be something you do to somebody else. It could be something you do to yourself. Meaning if you do a ton of compulsions and you are up all night and now, you're exhausted, or it's any mistake you make. You had a huge panic attack and you left the party of your best friend and she's really mad at you because you left her birthday party. It could be that you were depressed and you just couldn't show up for your friend this day. So, there are so many ways in which this plays out. It doesn't just have to be with scheduling. When we upset other people or our behaviors impact other people, it's normal to feel strong emotions. That's normal. Often what we do is when we feel those strong emotions, we respond to them as if we need to squash them immediately, because we've told ourselves we can't tolerate them. Guilt is probably one of the most common, shame being the second. There may be some anxiety related to it as well, or maybe some other emotions as well. But let's take a look at those emotions and just quickly review how they may actually impact you.  So, when we feel guilt, guilt is usually you've done something wrong, and I had done something wrong. So, guilt was an appropriate emotion. But I always think of guilt-- I've done episodes on this in the past. I think of guilt as just a stop sign to ask you, is there anything I can do to fix this now or in the future? Again, just really logical. In this situation, yeah, I can reschedule. I can be honest. I can do what I can to apologize. But beyond that, there isn't anything else. And so, any residual guilt I feel from there, I must just tolerate. I must compassionately ride the wave of guilt. Often, I see my clients, and I've done this myself, is if guilt is here, I'm going to beat myself up for it. No matter what, that's the conditions. If guilt is present, I will beat myself up. And I want to invite you to have guilt and just be kind and let it ride. It'll burn off like a candle. It'll burn itself out and it'll slowly dwindle away.  Guilt is “I did something bad.” Shame is “I am bad.” If you do something and you screw up, and you feel shame, your job is to check-in and recognize that mistakes don't make you bad. Literally, no mistake. There is not a mistake you could tell me of that makes you bad. Even if there was an absolute catastrophe that happened, mistakes don't make you bad. You're a human being. You're going to make them. And I know, like I said to you, if you figured out how not to be human, please email me. I'll happily take your email into my inbox and I'll apply your rules. But the truth is, I know none of you are going to email me because it's not possible and we have to accept it. We have to accept it. I'm just joking really about the email.  And so, there is really no place for shame. If you feel shame, same as guilt, write it out compassionately. Give it very little of your attention. Don't get into the content of what your shame is saying. Write it out and let it go. Meaning, like I said to you, there's really no point in me dwelling on this because it's done and I can't do anything about it. All I can do is be kind to the feelings I'm feeling. Now, a lot of people will say, “Oh my gosh, I wrote this response on an email or call or I presented, or I was in a party, and now I feel nothing but anxiety because I totally made a mistake.” I've had people even say like, “Oh, I was at a party and I passed gas,” or “I said something stupid.” I mean, I could tell you some absolutely ridiculous stories.  Actually, let me tell you a quick, funny story, because I'll come back to this, is recently, I attended this creative writing course, but it was actually a writing course for people who are business owners, and they were talking about getting really clear about you and the message you want to give and how to tell stories about it and so forth. And he was asking these questions about, who are you? And what's something that the people closest to you would say? And I was thinking about it and I don't think you guys know this about me, but I have, not in my professional life, but in my personal life, I have a way of the most bizarre things happening to me, like silly things. I always find myself in these situations where everyone is like, “Oh, only Kimberley would get put in that situation.” So ridiculous. I can't even-- one day I think if I really let go, I'll tell you some ridiculous stories. But if something really bizarre is going to happen, it always happens to me. And so, I just wanted to tell you that, because I want you guys to know that as the podcast is where I get a little more personal and bizarre things totally happen to me all the time. But let me go back.  So, let's say you have anxiety. You're having anxiety about something that happened, and you're thinking like, “Oh my God.” And your brain is just telling you catastrophe after catastrophe, after catastrophe, all of the worst-case scenarios. The truth is, that's your brain's job. Its job is to tell you of all the catastrophes, but it doesn't mean you need to respond as if they're all true and happening. And so, again, we go back to these core questions, is how can I stay with the facts that it happened? How can I acknowledge that it is what it is and that I can't solve it, I can't make it go away? And how can I act in a way that doesn't overcorrect again, not over-apologizing, not asking for reassurance, not avoiding those people, not saying too many jokes, and so forth? So, we want to catch that. We want to catch how we go into anxiety and respond in that compulsive way.  As I said to you at the beginning of this episode, I think that I was for many years doing this very nuanced compulsion of over-checking schedules and even being super neutral and kind to people so that I would never offend them. Stripping my personality down just so I would never harm them or never hurt them, which is not me being authentic, and I can see that now.  So, these are the things I want you to think about. And then once you identify these strong emotions – again, we've looked at guilt, we've looked at shame, we're now looking at anxiety – the job is to ride them out, let the anxiety burn out on its own. We don't need to tend to it. It happened because we're human and we're going to allow it to rise and fall on our own.  So, here is where I want you now to, number one, give yourself permission to be a human. Humans screw up. It's a fact. It's something we have to accept. How can we be in these situations and change the way we react so that we are not beating ourselves up and we're not overcorrecting for the future?  The only last thing I'll say here is, if you're trying to control what people think about you, you're never going to win because what they think is a reflection of them. So, here is the last point. I screwed up. It's just a fact. I put other people out. My mistake is probably going to interrupt some people's time next week. I don't like that. That doesn't line up with my values, but it is what it is. There's not a lot I can do. But what they think about me is completely a reflection of them.  So, if let's say this one person goes, “Oh my gosh, she is such an unorganized person and is horrible,” that really shows the degree in which they're judgmental. Meaning they haven't allowed me to show them that I'm more complex than that, that I have many other qualities, and so forth. If they were to say, “Oh my God, you're fired, you're terrible,” again, that's not a fact either. And that's a reflection of them and their struggle to be flexible and find solutions and so forth. Not that they're bad, it's just it's more of a reflection on them because, in this situation, the people were very kind and they said, “We'll work it out. We'll see if we can reschedule you to be later on in the day,” and that it really was a reflection of how flexible they are.  So, I want you to really remember here that you making a mistake doesn't make you good or bad. Their judgments about you doesn't define whether you're good or bad or that they're good or bad. It's just we're doing the best we can and it's just it is what it is.  So, that's it, guys. We make mistakes. It's terrible. I know it's hard. It's really painful, but can we hold space for the pain and the emotions associated and ride them out without beating ourselves up? That's the real question.  Have a wonderful day, everybody.