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Paranormal UK Radio Network
Bigfoot and the Bunny - Dr Simeon Hein

Paranormal UK Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 98:01


If Bigfoot is an Ancient Primate or an Undiscovered Human, why is the Creature Seen Around Balls of Light and Other Paranormal Phenomena?Dr. Simeon Hein examines critical, new scientific findings in coherent energy-matter and how these ideas help explain seemingly paranormal phenomena, like space-time anomalies and orbs, seen around creatures such as bigfoot and other mysterious cryptids. Dr. Simeon Hein is a former university professor in statistics and research methods. He came across the idea of remote viewing in 1996 and took as a skeptic. The results of the training were surprisingly positive and convinced Dr. Hein that there is a large area of scientific knowledge that is being withheld from public discussion. Subsequently, he established the non-profit Institute for Resonance and began teaching remote viewing classes in Boulder, Colorado and continues to teach online. He also became interested in the topics of crop circles, unexplained aerial phenomena, and extraterrestrials.

In Touch
Premier Inn guide dog refusal, Inaccessible cancer treatment information

In Touch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 18:53


On bonfire night Angharad Paget-Jones, her boyfriend and guide dog, Tudor, attempted to stay at a Premier Inn hotel. Subsequently the staff at the hotel did not believe that Tudor was a real guide dog and they were asked to leave. Angharad provides details of how the situation unfolded and what she is planning to do about it. Anna Tylor is the Chair of the RNIB and is partially sighted. She reached out to us upon continuously receiving inaccessible information regarding her breast cancer treatment. Anna explains the problems she's been having and the faults of the NHS under The Accessible Information Standard, which have been in place since 2016. And, at this time of Remembrance, we hear from an ex-Navy veteran who has received some very good service following on from her glaucoma diagnosis and sight deterioration. Presenter: Peter White Producer: Beth Hemmings Production Coordinator: Paul Holloway Website image description: Peter White sits smiling in the centre of the image. He is wearing a dark green jumper with the collar of a check shirt peeking at the top. Above Peter's head is the BBC logo, Across Peter's chest reads "In Touch" and beneath that is the Radio 4 logo. The background is a series of squares that are different shades of blue.

The Unconventional Path: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Stories and Ideas With Bela and Mike

In this episode of the podcast, we are joined by retired Major General Robert W. Mixon, Jr. has achieved over three decades of extraordinary leadership success in diverse organizations, including the United States Army where he commanded the 7th Infantry Division and Fort Carson, Colorado prior to his retirement in 2007. Subsequently, he served in executive leadership positions in for-profit and not-for-profit companies before starting his own leadership company, Level Five Associates, in 2014. So give the episode a listen! You can find more info about Robert Mixon here: https://www.levelfiveassociates.com/ If you know of someone who would be a good guest for the show, let us know and we will try to get them as a guest. We also love to hear from our listeners, send us your questions, comments, and suggestions at bela.and.mike@gmail.com - we will answer your questions in a future episode. Thanks for listening, Bela and Mike --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bela-musits/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bela-musits/support

the Jerry Wills Show
Interview with Dr. Simeon Hein

the Jerry Wills Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 63:27


Cryptids, Crop Circles, Orbs, and Coherent MatterBroadcast Date: November 6th, 2022 Dr. Simeon Hein is a former university professor in statistics and research methods. He came across the idea of remote viewing in 1996 and took a class as a skeptic. The results of the training were surprisingly positive and convinced Dr. Hein that there is a large area of scientific knowledge that is being withheld from public discussion. Subsequently, he established the non-profit Institute for Resonance and began teaching remote viewing classes in Boulder, Colorado, and continues to teach online. He also became interested in the topics of crop circles, unexplained aerial phenomena, and extraterrestrials. His most recent book is Dark Matter Monsters: Cryptids, Ball Lightning, and Science of Secret Lifeforms. During our interview, we dive into how Remote Viewing, Crop Circles, UFOs, and Cryptids have some of the same underlying scientific principles as Cold Fusion and Quantum Mechanics. We will also hear his theory about how ancient lifeforms may be based on coherent matter, and how this type of matter is involved with cloaking, teleportation, and invisibility. Important Links http://DarkMatterMonsters.comNewCrystalMind.comVirtualViewing.org

Driven Young
125. The Story of a Lawyer Who Truly Helps People

Driven Young

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 73:35


Today I am joined by a legend, Jahan Kalantar.Jahan Kalantar is a Sydney-based solicitor, university lecturer, and entrepreneur who describes himself as a ‘little guy lawyer'. He attributes his human rights leanings to his proud Persian heritage, a dislike of bullies and a genuine belief that one person can make a difference.Leaving a successful career in finance in order to pursue law, he was admitted to the NSW Bar Association at the age of 25. Subsequently, he established and became a partner at the firm of Executive Legal where he heads up the serious crime and mental health practice.Jahan is just an awesome guy, he has achieved so much at his age and I found this episode really powerful.He also has built a following sharing legal advice on TikTok with over 400,000 followers which we don't really touch on in the interview, but it has been a very beneficial platform for him.Find JahanWebsite: https://www.jahankalantar.comTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jahankalantarofficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jahankalantar/Everything Byron and Driven Young related go here: https://solo.to/byrondempsey Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Thrive Forever Fit with Jay Nixon
Episode 227: The Benefits Of Scalar Energy With Tom Paladino

Thrive Forever Fit with Jay Nixon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 31:52


The Benefits Of Scalar Energy With Tom Paladino Hello beautiful humans, thank you for listening and supporting the Thrive Forever Fit Show. It truly means the world to me that you take time out of your precious day to listen to me ramble and rant about things I found entertaining, engaging, and meaningful. SPONSOR: Elite Collagen ~ Visit: https://www.thriveforeverfit.com/store/ For Details.

SYNC Your Life Podcast
Foster Parenting: Interview with Chosen CEO Jenni Lord

SYNC Your Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 55:42


Welcome to the SYNC Your Life podcast episode #87! On this podcast, we will be diving into all things women's hormones to help you learn how to live in alignment with your female physiology. Too many women are living with their check engine lights flashing. You know you feel "off" but no matter what you do, you can't seem to have the energy, or lose the weight, or feel your best. This podcast exists to shed light on the important topic of healthy hormones and cycle syncing, to help you gain maximum energy in your life.  In today's episode, I'm interviewing Jenni Lord, founder and CEO of Chosen. Jenni first encountered the child welfare system in 1995 when her foster brother entered their family as a toddler. His story and five-year adoptive journey had a profound impact, and she has had a desire for systemic transformation since. After several years in the business sector, the road for professional advocacy opened up in 2008 when she had an idea of how to help children who needed loving and safe families. Subsequently, she founded Chosen. Jenni has a background in Communications, Psychology, and Counseling. She has extended her professional training with a Nonprofit Management Certification, along with certifications in Leadership and Fundraising. Part of her role is advocating for systemic policy reform, and she is active in both federal and state affairs. Chosen‘s mission has evolved with her at the helm to fulfill a unique need in the childcare welfare continuum. Jenni recognized that there is a real deficiency in long-term support of families impacted by the grief and loss associated with foster care and adoption. She is extremely passionate about children healing from the trauma of abuse, neglect, and abandonment, which is the agency's primary focus today. Equally, she is dedicated to strengthening families as agents of healing for their children. In 2017, Jenni led the organization through self-implementation of the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) from Traction to break through to a next level for Chosen. She is intentional about leading a culture of empowerment and accountability to most effectively serve the vulnerable. She has regularly been summoned to teach others about EOS's impact on growth and organizational change. Jenni has served in multiple board and leadership roles locally and nationally, including most recently as Texas Chair of the national Family Focused Treatment Association (FFTA). She is a founding member of the Family Coalition's church movement for More than Enough in New Braunfels, TX, and is intimately involved in Unicity's Decade of Family in San Antonio. You can find out more about Chosen by visiting their website, chosen.care. In this episode, we reference the following resources: Transracial Adoption Birth Stories Birth Family Conversations The Body Keeps the Score book The Connected Child book The Connected Parent book What Happened to You? book We Chose You book https://abbafund.org/ https://lifesong.org/ https://showhope.org/ To join my email list to receive more tips surrounding adoption, visit jennyswisher.com/adoption. If you feel like something is "off" with your hormones, check out the FREE hormone imbalance quiz at sync.jennyswisher.com.  To learn more about the SYNC Digital Course, check out jennyswisher.com.  Let's be friends outside of the podcast! Send me a message or schedule a call so I can get to know you better. You can reach out at https://jennyswisher.com/contact-2/. Enjoy the show! Episode Webpage: jennyswisher.com/podcast 

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
White House Cancer Moonshot Coordinator Danielle Carnival, Ph.D.

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 40:00


I was privileged to welcome Dr. Danielle Carnival, White House Cancer Moonshot Coordinator, to the studio. We talked about the President's priorities, principal directives, and legislative strategies, as well as what Americans can look forward to in the coming months and years through this ambitious and transformational National initiative. Carnival, who has a Ph.D. in neuroscience, served as chief of staff and senior policy director for the 2016-2017 White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force. Subsequently, she served as vice president of the Biden Cancer Initiative. She's also a friend of Wegman's. So there's that, too. To learn more about the Whitehouse Cancer Moonshot initiative, visit https://www.whitehouse.gov/cancermoonshot. Enjoy the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Tech Trek
Establishing and growing a security plan

The Tech Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 27:32


In this episode, I have on Nate Lee, the Chief Information Security Officer at Tradeshift, a B2B SaaS platform specializing in digitizing supply chain financing. He talks about how to grow and establish a security program. Key takeaways: Preparing a security plan for your business. Avoid process for the sake of process Security program priorities Tools that you can use to help - SQL injections, static code analysis, vulnerability management When do you make your first security hire What you need to look for when hiring your security personnel. How to introduce a security person into your program. Benefits and value of having a “security champion” Dealing with security later will just cost more down the road About today's guest: Nate Lee is currently Chief Information Security Officer at Tradeshift, a B2B SaaS platform specializing in digitizing supply chain financing. With over 25 years in the tech industry, Nate has a wide variety of experience in engineering and management roles at startups, as a consultant, and in the Fortune 50. Nate led at various points platform operations, site reliability engineering, and IT. Subsequently, he started the security program at Tradeshift, building the security team from the ground up with a heavy focus on automation and driving business value through partnerships across internal business units. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nate-lee-2179302/ ----- Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Tech Trek, and we would appreciate it if you would take a minute to rate and review us on your favorite podcast player. Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests? Please message me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amirbormand (Amir Bormand)

Anomalous Podcast Network
#96 Matthew Roberts - 2015 USS Theodore Roosevelt Gimbal UAP & High Strangeness

Anomalous Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 55:09


In 2015, Matthew Roberts was a US Naval service member stationed onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt when the Gimbal UAP was seen and recorded. Subsequently, he transferred to the Office of Naval Intelligence in Washington D.C. where he began to have frequent, and often intense, personal experiences with the phenomenon. He discovered through a long, painful, and terrifying journey that the truth of the phenomenon has deep and profound implications for the future of the human race. He is also the author of Initiated: UAP, Dreams, Depression, Delusions, Shadow People, Psychosis, Sleep Paralysis, and Pandemics. Matthew Twitter: https://twitter.com/Matthew82571642 Matthew's Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Initiated-De... !! SUPPORT DISCLOSURE TEAM !! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/disclosureteam Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/disclosu... Disclosure Team Merch: https://disclosureteam.bigcartel.com/ Disclosure Team Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/disclosure_... Disclosure Team Twitter: https://twitter.com/disclosureteam_ Disclosure Team is part of the Anomalous Podcast Network: https://audioboom.com/channels/5069292 Vinnie Adams is an abassador for UAP Society: https://uapsociety.com/

Soul Training
Ghoul Training 2.0 - Legion and 666

Soul Training

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 31:41


This year's episode of Ghoul Training dives further into the demon possession known as "Legion" and finishes up with some numerology. The "Legion" account is a powerful (and scary) event where Christ not only heals a man of a single demon possession, but SEVERAL demons. Subsequently, the demons are casts into a herd of pigs. What can we learn from this? Secondly, Daniel clears up the issue of 666. This number is thrown around as a bad omen or sign in the southern United States, but what does it really mean?

Historically Thinking: Conversations about historical knowledge and how we achieve it

My guest today is Dr. Ben Jones, Director of the South Dakota State Historical Society and the South Dakota State Historian.  Ben Jones served for 23 years in the United States Air Force, attaining the rank of lieutenant colonel. During his service he taught  at the Air Force Academy. Subsequently he was dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at South Dakota State University from 2013 to 2019, and  Secretary of Education of South Dakota from January 2019 to December 2020. He is now the 9th director in the 120-year history of the South Dakota State Historical Society.  In 2016, he published Eisenhower's Guerrillas: The Jedburghs, the Maquis, and the Liberation of France. Currently he  is working on a history of South Dakota and hosts a bi-monthly podcast, History 605. For Further Investigation Take a look at the Cultural Heritage Center of the South Dakota State Historical Society Jon Lauck was mentioned; we talked way, way, way back in Episode 13 about the history of the Midwest. It's not South Dakota related, but for an interesting insight into Native American history, see Episode 58: What Black Hawk Wore "All Guns Fired At One Time": Native Voices of Wounded Knee, one of the excellent productions of the publishing arm of the South Dakota State Historical Society

Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar
Episode 140: Off the Beaten Path in Dermatology

Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 29:58


Searching for ways to innovate? Hear from a man who's done it himself. This week, we're joined by Dr. Dhaval Bhanusali as he shares his passion and successes in innovation. Listen in as he discusses tips, motivations, and how considering your legacy can impact more than just your patients. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com.   Dr. Bhanusali is a board-certified Dermatologist based in NYC. After being accepted into medical school at 17, he completed his studies at the Michigan State University medical scholars program where he was also awarded the Spartan Scholarship and Arthur L Foley Memorial Scholarship. He went on to complete his Dermatology residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC.    In his young career, Dr. Bhanusali has built numerous digital health companies in hopes to better the world. While in residency, he launched Health Digital, a company Forbes said could “Revolutionize health care innovation.” Subsequently he built HairStim Labs, a company Cosmopolitan tapped as one of their favorite options for receding hairlines, Skin Medicinals, a platform featured in Allure and Business insider to improve the access of medications and save healthcare millions of dollars, and AIRE Health. He also serves as an advisor in Ephemeral (a tattoo startup), Folllica bio, and other various ventures.    Dr. Bhanusali is active in the skincare world, noted as the “King of Formulation” by Elle Magazine. He formulated Fast Beauty Co., Amazon's first skincare line, as well as 86 Elm, a project by Martha Stewart. He has served as consultant for P&G, Neutrogena, Skin Ceuticals, Cerave, EltaMD, Skin Medica, and a host of other brands.    Most importantly, Dr. B continues to practice at his office in Hudson Yard where he serves his patients. Called “the office of the future” by Haute Living, his dermatologic work and pro-bono efforts have been featured in outlets like People magazine, Daily Mail, ABC News, Fox, and more.  

The Pakistan Experience
Zahid Ahmed opens up about the Movie Industry and His Life - #TPE 212

The Pakistan Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 91:48


To support the channel: Jazzcash/Easypaisa - 0325 -2982912 Patreon.com/thepakistanexperience The Pakistan Experience is an independently produced podcast looking to tell stories about Pakistan through conversations. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience Zahid Ahmed comes on the podcast for a honest and candid discussion about his life and the Media Industry. On this episode of The Pakistan Experience, we discuss speaking out on social issues, living life under the spotlight, Parizaad, Pretty Privilege, The Acting Process, Spirituality, Finding God, Social Media and the #MeToo Movement. Zahid Iftikhar Ahmed is a Pakistani television actor and former RJ. Ahmed worked as a creative manager for PTV World, and later became an RJ. Although successful, he left it to pursue a career in acting, and made his theater debut with a leading role in the play It Runs in the Family (2006). He received widespread acclaim for his portrayal of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Anwar Maqsood's, Sawa 14 August and its sequel Pawnay 14 August (both 2014). That same year, he made his television debut with the Hum TV romantic series Mehram. His breakout role in the Hum TV series Alvida (2015), garnered him the Hum Award for Best Villain, and a nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Subsequently, he received wide recognition for his portrayal of leading roles in several of the successful series, including Jugnoo (2015), Tum Mere Paas Raho (2015), Sangat (2015), Zara Yaad Kar (2016) and Besharam (2016). And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Speaking out, Quality of content and Industry complacency 15:08 Parizaad and the Actor/Hero look 25:08 Life in the spotlight, Pretty privilege, Fading fame, Cancelled actors 39:53 Drugs, Wisdom with age, Finding God and religion 57:13 Childhood trauma, Acting process, and Digital publications 1:11:56 Question and Answers

College Matters. Alma Matters.
Prof. Kevin Haworth of University of Cincinnati: Physics to Internal Medicine, Goldwater Scholar, and UG Research in Photonic Crystals.

College Matters. Alma Matters.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 50:53


Kevin fell in love with Physics in High School. Space intrigued him to the extent that he entertained thoughts of being an astronaut. But above all, he loved teaching. So, when time came for college, Kevin looked for schools that would help him be a High School Physics Teacher. Today, he is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. Kevin joins our podcast to share his undergraduate college journey, his UG Research in Physics at Truman State University, Winning the Goldwater Scholarship, Road to Internal Medicine, and his Advice for high schoolers. In particular, we discuss the following with him: Overall Undergraduate Experience UG Research The Goldwater Scholarship Physics Major to Internal Medicine Advice to High Schoolers Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction to Prof. Kevin Haworth, U of Cincinnati [] Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights [] High School Interests [] Choosing Truman State University [] Transition to Truman [] UG Research Impact [] Applying for Goldwater Scholarship [] Why the Application Stood Out? [] The Goldwater Scholarship Difference [] Grad School to Study Applied Physics [] Research Skills Gained [] Skills for High Schoolers [] Memories [] Our Guests: Kevin Haworth is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. Kevin is a graduate of Truman State University with a Bachelor's degree in Physics. He is the recipient of the Barry Goldwater Scholarship. He received his Masters and Doctorate in Applied Physics from the University of Michigan. Subsequently he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cincinnati. Memorable Quote: “..Sometimes I think maybe the reviewer had misread my application, or had it mixed up with somebody else.” Kevin Haworth on winning the Goldwater Scholarship. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Similar Episodes: College Experiences , UG Research Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Newsletter. Follow us on Instagram. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email podcast@almamatters.io. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts wherever you get your podcasts.

Unpolished Therapy Podcast
“Pink Is Not Just A Color… It’s An Attitude!” Meet Cancer Survivor, Warrior & Think Pink Rocks Founder: Stephanie Robin

Unpolished Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 59:04


In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, today's episode highlights Rachel Silver-Cohen's special friend and real-life superhero, Stephanie Robin. Stephanie meets the gals on the corner of Audacity & Advice to share her courageous story; first battling Stage II Breast Cancer and then having to tackle a Stage IV diagnosis after her cancer metastasized to both lungs. Initially under the pristine care of Dr. Louise Morrell, Medical Oncology Specialist in Boca Raton, Florida she quickly learned the necessity of knowing family history as it relates to the BRCA1 & BRCA2 genes and the risks associated with these mutations. Subsequently, Dr. Mark E. Robson, Associate Attending Physician of the Clinical Genetics & Breast Medicine Service in the Department of Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City invited Stephanie to join his clinical trial. Fourteen years later, Stephanie is N.E.D. "No Evidence of Disease!" To this day, Stephanie maintains her mantra, "Pink Is Not Just A Color, It's An Attitude." As creator and founder of Think Pink Rocks, a non-profit organization whose mission is to raise awareness about early detection of and genetic testing for breast cancer and to provide funding for screening, treatment and research, Stephanie is a Survivor, a Warrior and a Real Life Superhero who continues to advocate for awareness helping both men and women in an effort to save lives. She not only walks the walk daily, but today she candidly talks the talk about her personal journey and what life feels like beyond beating Metastatic Breast Cancer. If you're looking to hear a success story, this is an episode you won't want to miss! For More Information on Think Pink Rocks or to contact Stephanie with questions or concerns, please visit www.ThinkPinkRocks.org Follow Think Pink Rocks on Instagram @ThinkPinkRocks Have Additional Comments? Questions? Concerns? Email Us: UnpolishedTherapy@gmail.com Find Us On Facebook & Instagram @UnpolishedTherapy and on Twitter @UnTherapy Donations to Think Pink Rocks will benefit 501(c)(3) charitable organizations and will be contributed to the dedicated Think Pink Rocks Breast Cancer Research Funds at each of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Breast Oncology Center at the University of Michigan's Rogel Cancer Center and the Boca Raton Regional Hospital/Lynn Women's Health and Wellness Institute.

The Propcast
An Investment Managers Plan For Our Planet. with Peter Epping & Kathryn Scheckel

The Propcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 32:51


Summary:  In the seventh episode of Season 10 of the Propcast, host Louisa Dickins is joined by Peter Epping, Global Head of ESG and Kathryn Scheckel, Global Head of Innovation at Hines. Peter and Kathryn will share how their careers led them to ESG and innovation. The guests discuss Hines' target to reach net zero by 2040 and the strategy they are going to use to get there. They talk about their key focus to bring down the emissions of their current buildings. In this episode you will hear about how Hines are going to reduce energy demand in their vast portfolio using both a customer centric approach and a variety of tools and technologies that can help create more positive outcomes for their communities and buildings. You'll also hear how different countries around the world are leading the charge towards net zero by using innovation in building technology and renewable energy. Resources: LMRE Global Recruitment and Search Consultancy LMRE YouTube Interviews Companies Mentioned: McKinsey and Company Halo The Square Shout Outs: Dr. Michael Crow, President at Arizona State University  Key Insights From This Episode:   In our view, innovation and ESG cannot operate one without the other - Kathryn If you pick the best expertise from different places around the world you will arrive at a product that is better for everyone - Peter The world is changing quickly so having curiosity and staying open to knowing what you don't know is crucial - Kathryn We need to solve this collectively to change our systems, the spirit of having realised that and everyone being willing to collaborate is really, in the literal sense, energising - Peter Millennials applying for jobs are going to be much more conscious about the health of the building they're going to be working in, and whether the business they're going to be working for is making an impact - Louisa About Our Guests: Peter Epping: Peter is Global Head of ESG, responsible for developing and implementing the firm's ESG strategy in close coordination with the firm's leadership, as well as its regional and key functional groups. He previously served as Fund Manager in Hines' European Investment Management Team.    He joined the firm in 2001 and until 2006 worked in various development roles with Hines Germany and the Hines European Development Fund. In 2006, he became a portfolio manager in the investment management team and starting 2013, he took on the role of fund manager of the Hines European Core Fund. From 2014 until 2021 he was also responsible for building three separate account portfolios investing across the risk spectrum and asset classes in major European cities.   Epping holds a degree of economics business administration from University of Mannheim as Diplom-Kaufmann and an MBA from Union College in Schenectady.   Kathryn Scheckel: Kathryn leads the Strategic Project Office in delivering firm-wide strategies for complex, multi-stakeholder projects involving internal and external parties, reporting to the Office of the CEO. Additionally, she currently serves as the Interim Head, Office of Innovation, reporting to the Global CIO. In these capacities, Ms. Scheckel oversees the progress and implementation of cross-functional initiatives at Hines that help push the business forward.     Prior to joining Hines, Ms. Scheckel's career includes strategic roles at McKinsey & Company in New York, focusing on organisational strategy & commercial real estate; and at Arizona State University serving in a variety of roles including as a senior director in the Office of the President, building & launching novel strategic partnerships, including the Starbucks College Achievement Plan.     Ms. Scheckel is inspired to connect and foster female talent in commercial real estate. Since joining Hines in 2019, Kathryn has initiated the global relaunch of OneHines Women's Network, which strengthens and empowers diversity, equity, and inclusion amongst women at Hines.   Ms. Scheckel received her Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biosciences & Biotechnology, Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance, and Masters in Public Policy from Arizona State University. Aside from dividing her time between Houston Headquarters and her home in New York City, Kathryn takes joy in spending time with her family and travelling extensively.   About Hines:  Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment firm founded in 1957 with a presence in 285 cities in 28 countries. Hines oversees investment assets under management valued at approximately $90 billion. In addition, Hines provides third-party property-level services to 373 properties totalling 114.2 million square feet. Historically, Hines has developed, redeveloped or acquired approximately 1,530 properties, totalling over 511 million square feet. The firm currently has more than 198 developments underway around the world. With extensive experience in investments across the risk spectrum and all property types, and a foundational commitment to ESG, Hines is one of the largest and most-respected real estate organisations in the world.   About Our Host Louisa Dickins Louisa is the co-founder of LMRE, which has rapidly become the market leading global PropTech recruitment platform and search consultancy with operations across North America, United Kingdom, Europe and Asia-Pacific. To promote the industry she is so passionate about, Louisa set up the Global podcast ‘The Propcast' where she hosts and invites guests from the built environment space to join her in conversation about innovation. About LMRE LMRE is globally recognised for leading the way in Real Estate Tech & Innovation talent management. From the outset our vision was to become a global provider of the very best strategic talent to the most innovative organisations in PropTech, ConTech, Smart Buildings, ESG, Sustainability and Strategic Consulting. At LMRE we are fully committed at all times to exceed the expectations of our candidates and clients by providing the very best advice and by unlocking exclusive opportunities across our global network in the UK, Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.   Timestamps: [2:35] Kathryn: How did you become the leader of Hines' innovation platform? Working at Arizona State University was the foundational underpinning that drove my interest for innovation, unique ecosystems and enterprises that drive different types of solutions. Following this, whilst working at McKinsey I was exposed to the global challenges the built environment faces. I joined Hines' investment management platform in 2019, at the time they were working to tackle and solve these challenges. From there I started a team with the intention to help cross-functional initiatives within the firm and our overall governance. I am now named our innovation lead in driving forward a reimagined way of approaching innovation. [4:25] Peter: How did your role in ESG come about? I joined Hines after university, working on development projects around Europe. When the first rules and regulations came up on energy performance in Europe we felt that there was a lot more we could do as a company. We started collecting significant amounts of data and measuring our performance. We wanted to achieve the highest level of efficiency and make our office and residential buildings as healthy as possible for their occupiers. This created a positive feedback loop with our investors that saw that our outcomes were significantly better. Subsequently, I saw a huge opportunity for Hines in ESG given that we were so technically integrated and we had such willingness to innovate.  [8:30] Kathryn: How closely do yours and Peter's teams work together? We work extremely closely together, I think ESG and innovation will become even closer in the future.  We also have a close collaboration with our operations and engineering personnel, who are the execution and implementation arm of so many of the different strategies and innovations. [10:28] Peter: What is Hines' plan for our planet? The target for us is for operational energy, everything we do around our existing buildings we are looking at setting a target for the embodied carbon, which as a developer is a huge exposure. The target we're setting for operational emissions in 2040 is without offsets and will be aligned with the science based targets initiative. We're investing in furthering energy efficiency in our buildings. The key focus for us is that we're bringing down the actual emissions of our buildings. [13:54] Kathryn: Are there any technologies that you are looking at investing in or are currently piloting? We're taking a truly customer centric approach within the innovation platform to solve some of the challenges within ESG. All types of solutions, tools and technologies can help support carbon tracking, carbon mitigation and create more positive outcomes for our communities and buildings.  Hines already has a tremendous playbook and history of innovation, but we are managing processes to think about more obstacles in innovation that may be on the horizon. [17:53] Peter: What are the major trends you've observed across different geographies within innovation, digital transformation and ESG? In the Nordics we have seen great expertise in the area of heat pumps and renewable energy, they have decided much earlier than the rest of the world that they want to stop using fossil fuels. They have a very open mindset to innovation which is extremely refreshing. We have a new development in Manhattan where we are applying the same concepts that people use in Nordic countries and the result is an all electric building which not only will eventually be net-zero but is comfortable for the tenants. If you pick the best expertise from different places around the world you will arrive at a product that is better for everyone.  [21:23] Kathryn: What trends have refocused you to work on the innovation side at Hines? What we're seeing across geographies is the concept of flexibility and what our tenants are really demanding, especially in the post COVID world. One particular venture that I can share with you is a software play called Halo. It supports broader flexibility options in the office domain as well as what the tenants are wanting.  We also have a flexible workspace product called the Square which is a hardware that offers more flexible types of office spaces. Another trend we are seeing is the concept of data, the data coming out of our building systems can help solve other pain points for our clients. L – Touch on the main lessons you have learnt throughout your career. Kathryn: There is no single person in a team. The power and the force of networks and partnerships is crucial. M - Please give a mention to anyone / product / service. Peter - My colleagues who are running the European Core Fund at Hines are managing to implement what we want to do across the whole firm in such a consistent and coherent way. I also want to shout out to the leaders in this industry who are being very open and collaborative, this mindset is extremely refreshing. R – What has been the most  rewarding  aspect of working in the innovation side of real estate? Kathryn: The evermore converging of our product types, our industry and the built environment. E - What are you excited about in the future of Proptech? Peter: I'm excited about seeing how much opportunity there is and how this will work financially, as this will be the biggest catalyst for making this happen.  Sponsors Launch Your Own Podcast A Podcast Company is the leading podcast production and strategic content company for brands, organisations, institutions, individuals, and entrepreneurs. Our team sets you up with the right strategy, equipment, training, guidance and content to ensure you sound amazing while speaking to your niche audience and networking with your perfect clients. Get in touch hello@apodcastcompany.com 

Should Have Listened to My Mother Podcast
HOST JACKIE TANTILLO - Determined To Shape Her Future With Guest Interior Designer Lynda Huffman

Should Have Listened to My Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 29:31


Lynda Huffman left the corporate world after decades of working in medical sales. At this point in her life she wanted to concentrate on what made her happy -interior design. For over 30 years, she'd been designing and decorating on the side and now she's created the "Let's Decorate App" to help anyone and everyone have an easier time at what can be an overwhelming task-fixing up their own home.  Lynda will help you every step of the way.Lynda said that her story was complicated and in fact it truly is. I'll do my best in filling in the details.  Lynda's parents were in their teens when they met and realized that Carolyn, Lynda's biological mother, was pregnant. They married, then shortly before the baby was born, her father was sent to Vietnam. Subsequently, once dad was oversees, Carolyn was considered an unfit mother and lost custody of her two year old daughter.  At that point, Lynda's grandmother was granted custody.  Within a year Lynda was kidnapped from her grandmother's home by her mom and brought her daughter to Louisiana.  One night, Lynda was left under the care of an underage babysitter while her mother went to work. Unfortunately, Lynda had a terrible fever and the babysitter and her family brought her to the hospital. The doctors told them that Lynda had 103 fever and Rubella. A missing child report was filed and they brought Lynda back to her grandmother's care.  Lynda's father was summoned back to the US from Vietnam in order to handle the divorce and make sure his daughter was  safe and sound and then sent  back to fight in the war.  Two years passed and he eventually married Lynda's 'step mother'. The couple was married for 40 years. Lynda prefers to not give a name to her step mother and I'm sure you'll understand as you hear more of the story.   Lynda knows now that her step mother was extremely jealous of her.  Lynda also knows that her step-mother came from a very dysfunctional family and had a very abusive childhood.  "She was a constant source of real torment for me. All of my friends called me Cinderella" explains Lynda. I was her slave around the house. I was constantly told I was ugly and fat and I was never going to have a man take care of me" shares Lynda. This abuse started when Lynda was seven years old and lasted until she moved out at 18. Step-mom would lie to Lynda's father about things she never did in order to keep Lynda on restriction and not be able to leave the house.  "She kept me under thumb and she made sure that my dad was always mad at me for something," reflects my guest.For the most part, Lynda says "she was a good kid, though she did get caught sneaking out of the house one time but six weeks on restriction for not folding the clothes, was a bit much." My guest says she was just a good kid, a wall flower."  Lynda graduated hight school at seventeen, "but her dad wouldn't let her go away to college. My step mom was in my dad's ear, she didn't want me to leave the house."At 18, finally Lynda was able to move out of the house and got a job and was never going to go back to that house again. Lynda wanted to go to college whether she paid for it herself or not. She paid for college herself and she was never going to have to depend on them for anything. Lynda was going to prove to her step mother that "she did not need a man to take care of her!"Carolyn, Lynda's biological mom eventually  wanted to spend more time visiting her daughter. It wasn't until my guest was eighteen years old that she was able to go out with her mother alone.  At this point, Lynda had her mother on a pedestal. Lynda had envisioned her mom as 'a dream.' Anyone would be better than her step mother. Well, it turns out Carolyn had gotten remarried, but had  gotten pregnant just prior to  marrying her future second husband  and never told the truth about who's baby she was carrying.Lynda reflects on  the incredible take away of this story "it's made me who I am- good, bad or indifferent. I think that we make choices in life. I could have spent  the rest of my life feeling that anger that my mom had let me be raised by this wicked step mother." In my mind, when I grew up that's what all my friends called her." We make a decision, we can say, ok, i'm going to let this be the excuse for why I 'm behaving the way, ... but because my step mom was like that I chose to take a different approach with my step children and we are very close, I am very close with my stepchildren and they've been my step children since they were eight years old."Lynda chose forgiveness over anger after the birth of her second child. She realized that holding onto the anger and resentment toward her biological mother would only hurt her. She didn't want to continue this negative  tradition. Plus her children would benefit from having a grandmother in their life. Lynda is the first to admit that "her mother was a far better grandmother than a mother."Lynda proudly explains "my grandmother, Margaret,  was the one  I got my design eye from." As young as seven years old, Lynda knew  that she wanted to be an Interior Designer, especially after years of dusting and rearranging everything in her step mother's house every week. One of Lynda's favorite things to do was rearrange and decorate her room as a young girl. It brought her so much joy. In time,  Lynda  began sewing and became a seamstress, making beautiful curtains and pillows and was hoping to work in this field one day.Lynda can help you from your home on her new App - the "Let's Decorate App."  Everything from choosing paint colors to artwork, rugs, furniture and it's based on a variety of different rate packages based how many consultations you think you'd like, etc. You can ask Lynda  questions, send her room dimension, etc. It's all within the App so you'll have everything there as a reference. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/lets-decorate/id1618796307 Link to the app in the app store. https://www.facebook.com/LetsDecoratehttps://www.instagram.com/letsdecoratenow/https://apps.apple.com/us/app/lets-decorate/id1618796307?itsct=apps_box_promote_link&itscg=30200WEBSITE:      https://www.letsdecorate.net/ 

Medicine Redefined
75. A Better Way to Practice Medicine via Direct Primary Care | Aleea Gupta, MD

Medicine Redefined

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 75:29


Dr. Aleea Gupta joins the show to detail what life in the life of a Direct Primary Care Doctor looks like. Dr. Gupta obtained her Bachelor of Arts from Duke University and went on to medical school at the University of Florida. Subsequently, she completed a family medicine residency at overlook hospital in New Jersey where she served as the chief resident. She has previously been the assistant professor of clinical medicine for the University of Southern California and she's now working in her own practice in the direct primary care model. In this episode we discuss: What is DPC Building a DPC practice Daily life for a DPC doctor Building systems to streamline care for the patients and improve efficiency for providers Need for DPC model Empowering future providers to branch out Follow Dr. Gupta: Website Instagram

Desert Island Discs
Dame Alicia Markova

Desert Island Discs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 43:43 Very Popular


Dame Alicia Markova was born Lilian Alice Marks in December 1910, in a two-bedroom flat in Finsbury Park, London. She began ballet classes because she was flat footed and knock kneed. Her natural talent, when she was ten, was spotted by Diaghilev, the Russian artistic impresario who founded the Ballets Russes and brought the contemporary arts of Russia to Europe. Dame Alicia joined Diaghilev's company, which was based in Monte Carlo, in 1925, a month after her 14th birthday. Diaghilev changed her name to Alicia Markova and cast her in the title role of Nightingale in Le Rossignol, a ballet scored by Stravinsky, choreographed by Balanchine and with costumes designed by Matisse. It premiered in Paris in June 1925. After Diaghilev's death in 1929 she returned to England and became a leading figure of the emerging English ballet scene, dancing with the Ballet Rambert and Vic Wells Ballet, as well as at Sadlers Wells. Dame Alicia danced the leading roles in Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and Giselle, which became her trademark, illustrating her unique style of fragility and strength. In 1950, together with her dancing partner Anton Dolin, Dame Alicia founded The London Festival Ballet which eventually became the English National Ballet. She was still dancing Giselle at the age of 48 and had her last dance on stage in the early 1960s. Subsequently she has worked as director, patron and teacher and was awarded the CBE for services to dance in 1958. Her memory for dance steps has proved invaluable for dance historians, pupils and teachers alike. [Taken from the original programme material for this archive edition of Desert Island Discs] Favourite track: Softly Awakes my Heart from Samson and Delilah by Camille Saint-Saëns Book: Speaking of Diaghilev by John Drummond Luxury: The perfume Knowing by Estee Lauder

TNT Radio
Dr Alan Moran on The Mike Ryan Show - 13 October 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 55:48


GUEST HOST: Jeremy Beck On today's show we discuss investments that destroy national productivity and white elephants. GUEST OVERVIEW: Dr Alan Moran is Principal of Regulation Economics and is a noted economist who has analysed and written extensively from a free market perspective. Regulation Economics and associated organisations offer analysis and advice on a range of public policy issues where business and government interact. Dr Alan Moran was the Director of the Deregulation Unit at the Institute of Public Affairs from 1996 until 2014. He was previously a senior official in Australia's Productivity Commission and Director of the Commonwealth's Office of Regulation Review. Subsequently, he played a leading role in the development of energy policy and competition policy review as the Deputy Secretary (Energy) in the Victorian Government. Dr Moran has published extensively on regulatory issues, particularly focusing on environmental issues, housing, network industries, and electricity and gas market matters. Alan was educated in the UK and has a PhD in transport economics from the University of Liverpool and degrees from the University of Salford and the London School of Economics.

Gresham College Lectures
The Microbial Basis of Life

Gresham College Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 56:17 Transcription Available


Single-celled microbes underpin all life on Earth, and even complex organisms like humans retain a surprising amount of their microbial heritage. Life began when free molecules became encapsulated in a lipid membrane and transformed into a self-replicating entity. Subsequently, multiple cells came together, forming a remarkable symbiosis that ultimately led to all complex, eukaryotic, cells and laid the foundations for multicellular life.Understanding this microbial legacy has some surprising implications, such as explaining why some antibiotics have unwanted side effects.A lecture by Professor Robin MayThe transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website:https://www.gresham.ac.uk/watch-now/microbial-lifeGresham College has offered free public lectures for over 400 years, thanks to the generosity of our supporters. There are currently over 2,500 lectures free to access. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn from some of the greatest minds. To support Gresham's mission, please consider making a donation: https://gresham.ac.uk/support/Website:  https://gresham.ac.ukTwitter:  https://twitter.com/greshamcollegeFacebook: https://facebook.com/greshamcollegeInstagram: https://instagram.com/greshamcollege

Aging-US
Longevity & Aging Series (EP 5): Dr. Amit Sharma

Aging-US

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 34:44


In the fifth episode of the Longevity & Aging Series, Dr. Amit Sharma, Group Lead from SENS Research Foundation, Mountain View, CA, discusses a research paper he co-authored that was published in Volume 14, Issue 5, of Aging (Aging-US), entitled, “Enhanced co-culture and enrichment of human natural killer cells for the selective clearance of senescent cells.” DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.203931 Corresponding Author - Amit Sharma - amit.sharma@sens.org Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQR8_gm2gUI Abstract In the context of aging and age-associated diseases, Natural Killer (NK) cells have been revealed as a key cell type responsible for the immune clearance of senescent cells. Subsequently, NK cell-based therapies have emerged as promising alternatives to drug-based therapeutic interventions for the prevention and treatment of age-related disease and debility. Given the promise of NK cell-mediated immunotherapies as a safe and effective treatment strategy, we outline an improved method by which primary NK cells can be efficiently enriched from human peripheral blood across multiple donors (ages 20-42 years old), with a practical protocol that reliably enhances both CD56dim and CD56bright NK cells by 15-fold and 3-fold, respectively. Importantly, we show that our co-culture protocol can be used as an easily adaptable tool to assess highly efficient and selective killing of senescent cells by primary NK cells enriched via our method using longer co-culture durations and a low target to effector ratio, which may be more physiological than has been achieved in previous literature. Sign up for free Altmetric alerts about this article - https://aging.altmetric.com/details/email_updates?id=10.18632%2Faging.203931 Longevity & Aging Series Aging (Aging-US) and FOXO Technologies have teamed up for a special collaboration on aging research with a monthly video series: Longevity & Aging Series. This series invites Aging researchers to speak with host Dr. Brian Chen, an adjunct faculty member at the University of California San Diego and Chief Science Officer of FOXO Technologies. Learn more - https://www.aging-us.com/longevity Keywords - aging, senescence, natural killer cells, NKCC, immune surveillance About Aging-US Launched in 2009, Aging-US publishes papers of general interest and biological significance in all fields of aging research and age-related diseases, including cancer—and now, with a special focus on COVID-19 vulnerability as an age-dependent syndrome. Topics in Aging-US go beyond traditional gerontology, including, but not limited to, cellular and molecular biology, human age-related diseases, pathology in model organisms, signal transduction pathways (e.g., p53, sirtuins, and PI-3K/AKT/mTOR, among others), and approaches to modulating these signaling pathways. Please visit our website at https://www.Aging-US.com​​ and connect with us: SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/Aging-Us Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AgingUS/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/AgingJrnl Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/agingjrnl/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/agingus​ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/aging/ Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/AgingUS/ Media Contact 18009220957 MEDIA@IMPACTJOURNALS.COM

The Strong AF Podcast
Scalar Energy With Tom Paladino

The Strong AF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 43:17


Tom Paladino is a scalar energy researcher based in Florida. Scalar energy is the fundamental life force found everywhere in the world, space and universe. It originates from the sun and stars. Chi, prana, OM, mana, life force, pyramid energy or zero-point energy are synonymous terms for scalar energy. Tom theorized that all energy in the universe initiates as scalar energy; and that the sun of our solar system and the stars of the universe are the points of origin, “the storehouses,” for scalar energy. He further theorized that scalar energy is instructive energy, as the entire universe is instructed by this Divine Essence. Subsequently, all spiritual, cognitive, emotional and physical action in the universe is initiated and maintained by scalar energy instructions. Scalar energy provides order in the universe. Website: https://www.scalarlight.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/experiencescalarFree 15 Day Scalar Light Trial - https://www.scalarlight.com/free-trialsTeddy Rex, The Healthy Dino Book (Available on Amazon)Intro Music credit: Never Lose by Chief (P.S.A. album)Show less Support the show

UFO Paranormal Radio & United Public Radio
Horsefly Chronicle S Radio Guest Rose Thornton

UFO Paranormal Radio & United Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 50:10


Horsefly Chronicle's Radio guest Rose Thornton Join Julia and Philip Live on Horsefly Chronicle's Radio only on The United Public Radio Network with Special Guest Rosemary Thornton When Rose's husband committed suicide at their home, she fell into a pit so deep and dark that medical professionals expressed doubts that she'd ever fully recover. Two years later, Rose was diagnosed with stage two cancer, and during a related “minor medical procedure,” she bled to death and had no heart beat for more than 10 minutes. In heaven, her predominant emotion was profound gratitude that this life experience had ended, but the angelic beings she encountered encouraged Rose to return to earth. She was told that if she agreed to go back, she'd be restored to perfect health, physically, emotionally and mentally. The angels were right. Rose experienced a dramatic and thorough healing. Her story has been heard by 10+ million people and the #1 most frequently heard comment is, “This is the best NDE I've ever heard.” BOOKS: Remembering the Light: How Dying Saved My Life (now available at Amazon) WEBSITE/LINKS: www.temporarydeath.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28QEzLK_qV8&t=1693s BIO: For 20 years, Rose Thornton enjoyed a national reputation as an expert on old houses. The author of ten books, Rosemary Thornton has been featured on everything from PBS' “History Detectives” to BBC Radio. In 2016, her husband committed suicide and two years later, Rose was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. After a “routine” medical procedure, Rose bled to death. In heaven, she was told that if she agreed to return to earth, she'd be restored to wholeness. Subsequently, medical tests affirmed that not only had the disease disappeared, but she was also healed of the crippling grief. E-MAIL: rosemary.ringer@gmail.com

United Public Radio
Horsefly Chronicle S Radio Guest Rose Thornton

United Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 50:10


Horsefly Chronicle's Radio guest Rose Thornton Join Julia and Philip Live on Horsefly Chronicle's Radio only on The United Public Radio Network with Special Guest Rosemary Thornton When Rose's husband committed suicide at their home, she fell into a pit so deep and dark that medical professionals expressed doubts that she'd ever fully recover. Two years later, Rose was diagnosed with stage two cancer, and during a related “minor medical procedure,” she bled to death and had no heart beat for more than 10 minutes. In heaven, her predominant emotion was profound gratitude that this life experience had ended, but the angelic beings she encountered encouraged Rose to return to earth. She was told that if she agreed to go back, she'd be restored to perfect health, physically, emotionally and mentally. The angels were right. Rose experienced a dramatic and thorough healing. Her story has been heard by 10+ million people and the #1 most frequently heard comment is, “This is the best NDE I've ever heard.” BOOKS: Remembering the Light: How Dying Saved My Life (now available at Amazon) WEBSITE/LINKS: www.temporarydeath.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28QEzLK_qV8&t=1693s BIO: For 20 years, Rose Thornton enjoyed a national reputation as an expert on old houses. The author of ten books, Rosemary Thornton has been featured on everything from PBS' “History Detectives” to BBC Radio. In 2016, her husband committed suicide and two years later, Rose was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. After a “routine” medical procedure, Rose bled to death. In heaven, she was told that if she agreed to return to earth, she'd be restored to wholeness. Subsequently, medical tests affirmed that not only had the disease disappeared, but she was also healed of the crippling grief. E-MAIL: rosemary.ringer@gmail.com

Carole Baskins Diary
2018-12-07 Carole Baskin's Diary

Carole Baskins Diary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 9:29


Howie Summarizes Cub Petting for Ad Campaign CUB PETTING PROJECT   BACKGROUND   Growing public awareness of captive animal issues. In the last few years we have increasingly seen that public awareness of captive exotic animal issues has been growing at an accelerating rate. It has become widespread enough to impact businesses that exploit animals by reducing attendance to a point where they had to either close down like Ringling or change their ways dramatically like SeaWorld.   For more on this accelerating trend see an article I wrote for Encyclopedia Britannica at http://advocacy.britannica.com/blog/advocacy/2018/10/how-is-the-struggle-for-womens-suffrage-100-years-ago-like-the-battle-to-stop-abuse-of-big-cats/ .   Cub petting drives the breeding. The vast majority of the breeding, particularly of tiger cubs, is to create a steady stream of cubs in order to charge the public to hold and pet them, take photos with them, even swim with them.  The cubs are only useful for a few months so a steady supply is needed.   This cub petting trade is a horribly abusive treatment of these animals because:   • Cubs are ripped from their mothers at birth to make them more manageable because if they are left with the mothers for even a month they become the equivalent of feral cats and not useful. This separation at birth is a torment to any mammal mother and offspring. • The cubs are physically punished in order to diminish their natural tendencies to play roughly, which nature builds in as part of their training to be successful tigers in the wild. • The cubs are deprived of the mother's milk that has immune qualities that bottle formula cannot duplicate. The cubs' immune systems are further impaired by sleep deprivation, because the cubs, who normally would sleep the largest part of the day, are kept awake as long as there are customers willing to pay. They are often awakened from sleep in order to be used for petting. • These tiny cubs with weakened immune systems are then exposed to being handled by hundreds of people who may be carrying disease either themselves or from pets at home. Cubs with raging diarrhea and ringworm have continued to be used by the cub petting operations. • There is no tracking of how many cubs die in the process. There is no tracking of how many that survive are raised until big enough to slaughter to supply the illegal trade in their parts because there is no tracking of what these few breeders do with the cubs once they are too big to pet. The ones that can be tracked end up with miserable lives with the females being unhealthily bred constantly instead of the natural 2-3 year cycle that occurs in nature because it takes that long for the mother to teach the cubs to hunt and for the cubs to reach sufficient maturity to be on their own.   There are about a half dozen significant cub petting breeders in the country. Some are in relatively small markets, at least one in the larger SE Florida market.  However, their customers come from all over the country, particularly if they are in vacation destination areas. The rest of the country's zoos operate without cub petting.   Our goal is not to put any zoo out of business. Our goal would be to create such awareness of the misery caused by cub petting that people would (a) Not patronize it and (b) Call out those few zoos who do it to a point where the reduced revenue and negative publicity would cause the zoos to change their ways and join the vast majority of zoos who are successful without doing cub petting.   BCR Financial Position. We have had a series of good years that has allowed us to (1) fully fund the “pension liability” that insures we can care for the cats to the end of their lives if another 9-11 or other event caused donations and visitors to stop and (2) we have made most of the major capital improvements needed on the sanctuary property. The puts us in a position where, if we thought we could have a meaningful impact on public awareness of cub petting that would cause people not to patronize it we could spend as much as $1 million over the course of a year.   Digital marketing. I asked Liz that we consider all kinds of traditional media, not just digital, and expressed some reservations about digital based on our one experience. The cub petting video PPK produced and geo-fenced to the Capitol area was off the charts successful in terms of 70+% of people who viewed it watching it to the end, versus the norm of only a few percent. But, despite the geo-fencing, in our limited questioning of congressional aides, none had seen it. So it did not accomplish its primary purpose.   QUESTION FOR PPK   The question I discussed with Liz is whether with this kind of a budget we could have a meaningful impact, i.e. build awareness to a point where patronage dropped, and if so how. Below are the bullet points I took away from our half hour conversation taking notes as fast as I could while we talked, so they may not be accurate.   • Budget too small to have national impact. • Newspaper is older demographic. • Circus is a much more broadly known issue. If I understood correctly, Liz felt many people do not even know there is cub petting, so it may be harder to educate them. My subsequent thoughts: We do get a lot of calls at the sanctuary from people asking if we have cubs to pet. Even if people have not heard of it, it is a simple concept captured in two words pretty vividly. And in the case of the circus, this is a practice that was widely accepted by our society for over 100 years so the advocates had to reverse people's thinking. Therefore I might argue that people having not heard of cub petting gives us the benefit of no preconceived bias to overcome. Also, “tiger selfies” have been pretty broadly in the news and social media, with Tinder instituting a policy against them, so I am not sure there is as much lack of awareness as Liz seemed to think, if I understood her correctly. • Should strongly consider digital & social media (I am not sure if there is a difference unless digital is referring to having info on a website we send people to?). • With our budget we could do enough to have impact in a smaller market like Myrtle Beach, SC by geo-fencing and filtering. If it worked in one market, we could over time replicate in others. • Probably not use banner ads like we did in DC because it requires people seeing them 8-9 times before they click. Use more interruptive digital techniques that send people to a web page. Our current page is bigcatrescue.org/cubs. It is very thorough, but very long. So I am thinking we need a video at the top that concisely and compellingly covers it. Because people may not want to see any vivid mistreatment of cubs and we have limited undercover video to show, Carole came up with the idea that for this page and what we push on Facebook we might use animation to tell this story. She is experimenting with that. • Not sure if I got this right, but I think she said that with Facebook ads we could set a filter for people who had done Google searches on terms like “tiger cub petting” or “cub petting.”  So could capture people in Myrtle Beach who had searched for cub petting before coming.  However, if people coming on vacation bought tickets in advance it would be too late. Subsequently it occurred to me that if our goal is to catch people who search on cub petting and get them to a website, we could we do that by pouring money into keywords so our website comes up when they search. But, when I do that search, the top results already are people like us opposing cub petting. Despite this, the cub petting operations still thrive. • Liz talked about using Facebook to create material that people would want to repost, gaining exponentially more unpaid views and having people who “get it” influence others. So the alternative to Google ads based on the searches would be boosting these posts hoping to reach a lot of people and have them repost to others.   NOTE: in contrast to Carole, I have limited understanding of the Facebook marketing so some of my notes above my reflect that.   Hi, I'm Carole Baskin and I've been writing my story since I was able to write, but when the media goes to share it, they only choose the parts that fit their idea of what will generate views.  These are my views and opinions. If I'm going to share my story, it should be the whole story.  The titles are the dates things happened. If you have any interest in who I really am please start at the beginning of this playlist: http://savethecats.org/   I know there will be people who take things out of context and try to use them to validate their own misconception, but you have access to the whole story.  My hope is that others will recognize themselves in my words and have the strength to do what is right for themselves and our shared planet.     You can help feed the cats at no cost to you using Amazon Smile! Visit BigCatRescue.org/Amazon-smile   You can see photos, videos and more, updated daily at BigCatRescue.org   Check out our main channel at YouTube.com/BigCatRescue   Music (if any) from Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com) This video is for entertainment purposes only and is my opinion.  Closing graphic with permission from https://youtu.be/F_AtgWMfwrk  

What's Your Story?
Sexual Abuse Task Force

What's Your Story?

Play Episode Play 31 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 67:10


Sexual Abuse in the Church & SBC Sexual Abuse Task Force… Words fail us…Sometimes there are topics where we find ourselves needing to simply be quiet, listen, ask a few questions, and learn.  This is one of those episodes. As a word of caution, this conversation is heavy yet hopeful, but it may not be something for younger ears. This episode might also be triggering for anyone who has experienced sexual abuse. However, we believe this is an important and necessary conversation. We pray it promotes healing and brings glory to God. As you listen, consider these questions: 1.     What is my role or how does God want me to respond to this information? Does He want me to do anything?2.     How can we listen more and learn more? 3.     How can we do a better job of creating a safe place for abuse victims in our churches? What resources or systems in place do we have? Listen wherever you get your podcasts or use the link in our profile. And as always, we'd love if you'd share this episode with your friends and/or leave us a review. Thank you!Links 1.     Resources for Caring for Survivors https://www.sataskforce.net/downloads-12.     Voices Conference: The Healing Journey | https://www.eventbrite.com/e/voices-conference-the-healing-journey-tickets-410629813827?aff=erelexpmlt3.     "From the Voices of Domestic Sex Trafficking Survivors: Photographic Expressions of Complex Trauma and Posttraumatic Growth"  www.voicesofsurvivorsproject.com4.     "Understanding Complex Trauma and Post-Traumatic Growth in Survivors of Sex Trafficking: Foregrounding Women's Voices for Effective Care and Prevention" (Routledge Research in Women's Mental Health)  (available on Routledge website, amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google, etc)5.     Liz Evan legislature | https://www.facebook.com/njs.6813/videos/10164961517570562/ About Our GuestsDr. Heather EvansDr. Heather Evans is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a counselingpractice in Pennsylvania, with over 20 years' experience, specializing in sexual trauma. Heather has authored two books from her research on complex trauma and posttraumatic growth in sex trafficking survivors. She is Co-Founder of Valley Against Sex Trafficking and adjunct professor of Global Trauma Recovery Institute. www.drheatherevans.comwww.voicesofsurvivorsproject.comwww.evanscounselingservices.comTwitter: @drheatherevans @voicessurvived.comFacebook:  Dr. Heather Evans, LCSW ; Voices of Survivors ProjectInstagram: Voices of Survivors Project Liz EvanLiz Evan is an attorney in Nashville, Tennessee. She spearheaded legislation in Tennessee to criminalize clergy sexual abuse of adults, which was signed into law in June 2021.  Subsequently, Dr. Ed Litton appointed her to the Sexual Abuse Task Force overseeing the third-party investigation into the SBC Executive Committee. Liz is married to a special operations pilot and has three children. She enjoys novels, podcasts, and (very simple) quilting. Rachael DenhollanderRachael Denhollander is an attorney, author, advocate, and educator who is recognizeSupport the show

CFO Thought Leader
840: Putting a Spin on Your Talent Pinwheel| Bryan Morris, CFO, Demandbase

CFO Thought Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 45:22


Among the recruitment milestones that populate Bryan Morris's CFO resume, few can match the 6-month talent acquisition binge that he launched during the first quarter of 2015. “In terms of key hires, I never hired faster than I did then,” comments Morris, as he begins to lay out the circumstances that led to his need to speedily attract and hire talent. At the time, Morris was the newly appointed CFO of Xamarin, a creator of software tools used for mobile apps development.   This firm, then led by cofounder and CEO Nat Freidman, had doubled its revenue annually for the previous few years yet had theretofore focused its talent recruitment efforts mainly on nabbing software engineers and intrepid salespeople. “When it came to people, sales, marketing, and R&D were way out ahead of G&A, so I knew that my first few months would be dedicated to recruiting,” recalls Morris, who notes that until his arrival, the developer had outsourced its accounting function while relying on fractional CFO services to patch any management voids. “I made five key hires—head of HR, head of technical recruiting, controller, head of FP&A, and our first corporate counsel—all within the first 6 months,” remarks Morris, who believes that hiring can at times benefit from its own momentum. He explains: “Sometimes, when you're in a great situation and your company is growing, the press is great and the buzz is good—and what happens is that one great hire begets another. So, I kind of had this pinwheel going.” Still, what happened next made Morris's energetic hiring spree all the more consequential. During the second half of 2015, as Xamarin was preparing for another capital raise, Microsoft—one of the developer's strategic partners—acknowledged that not only would it be willing to serve as a reference on behalf of Xamarin for the venture investor community but also it might be interested in partnering with Xamarin to pursue something more strategic.   Subsequently, 12 months into Morris's CFO tenure at Xamarin, company management signed a letter of intent (LOI) to sell the business to Microsoft. Looking back, Morris doesn't hesitate to expose some of the drama that preceded Microsoft's signed LOI. “Here were my team and I—with only some 3 to 6 months of working together—and suddenly we were up against one of the most capable technology buyers in the world,” remembers Morris, who today believes that the timing of Xamarin's key hires and the timing of the deal were not unrelated events. “I couldn't have done it by myself,” observes Morris, who points out that there were a number of 20-hour days during the period leading up to the finalization of the deal. Morris notes that the merger provided mostly great outcomes for both investors and Xamarin employees—not excluding CEO Nat Friedman, who until late 2021 served as CEO of GitHub, which Microsoft had acquired in 2018. Looking back on the CEO who hired him and the subsequent “pinwheel effect” that within 6 months transformed Xamarin's lines of functional management, Morris highlights a shared mission: “Luckily, Nat was completely on board—he knew what I was inheriting, so he gave me the green light to go ahead and hire.” –Jack Sweeney

Making Sound with Jann Klose
Elsten Torres, Essex County

Making Sound with Jann Klose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 40:20


EPISODE 72: BMI Songwriters Special Part 2. Elsten Torres is a musical pioneer, having been credited as one of the prominent creators of the Latin Alternative Rock sound of the late 90's in the USA, this eclectic and unconventional musician has cemented his artistic fingerprints in the music industry for over 3 decades now. Elsten is a multicultural bilingual artist who has performed on stages all over the world as well as an award winning songwriter with major international hits. He has earned two GRAMMY nominations, two BMI songwriting awards, and six Billboard top ten hits throughout his career. Starting in 1994, with the Afro Cuban/Rock influenced hit, “Revolucion” (Revolution) under the moniker “Fulano De Tal”, Elsten began his recording trajectory with flying colors. Subsequently, he forms the band, “Fulano” and is signed to BMG/SONY Records and Warner Music Publishing, where his career takes off at an unstoppable velocity. He is often regarded as one of the true songsmiths of his generation for his uncanny ability to write songs that become instant classics in both Spanish and English and that appeal to a vast worldwide audience.  In 2016, Elsten released his greatest hits album, “Exitos Acusticos” (Acoustic Hits) and in 2020 he released his 11th album “At the end of love”. Currently, Elsten is releasing his next all Spanish full-length album titled, “Nocturno” in the spring of 2022. He continues to move forward in his musical journey as the always-creative chameleon forging ahead to new musical landscapes. elsten.infoEssex County: Soaring melodies, impressive guitars, and a one-of-a-kind family harmony form the heartbeat of British brother country trio, Essex County. Comprised of Nate, Mark and Kieran Bass, the band continues to establish a global fanbase with their music. In 2020, they released their first single, “So Good,” and country fans quickly embraced the group, with their video for the song landing in the Top 12 on CMT for 12 straight weeks. Essex County's debut EP, also titled “So Good,” became the first to launch as a video EP on CMT with four new videos in simultaneous rotation. The video for the band's second single “Love At First” debuted on MTV, and their inventive cover of “Last Christmas” became an instant holiday favorite among fans and streaming services. In early 2022, Essex County released their single, "Next To Me," before spending time in the studio in Nashville to work on their new EP. The self-titled Essex County EP was released on September 30, 2022 with five new songs, including the high-energy, country-rock anthem “Fire It Up.” essexcountyband.com

The ALL ME® Podcast
Episode 82: Urine Testing and Hydration Status – Dr. Floris Wardenaar

The ALL ME® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 47:28


The ALL ME® Podcast Urine Testing and Hydration Status – Dr. Floris Wardenaar When we think about monitoring hydration status, the average consumer may measure this by how many ounces of fluid they drink in a given day. Some general recommendations are half your body weight in ounces of water or fluid. But is this enough and are there other ways we should be measuring if we're adequately hydrated? Did you know that the color of your urine can be a very effective way to determine hydration status? In this podcast, we speak with Dr. Floris Wardenaar, who is the Director of the Athlete Lab at Arizona State University, to discuss the role urine color has on hydration status. We will discuss his career path and why he chose the field of sports nutrition, his current research and methods he uses to assess urine color, why urine color is important, the urine color chart, and key aspects you need to know to stay hydrated.     About Floris Wardenaar, PhD Dr. Wardenaar studied nutrition and dietetics at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA, Amsterdam Applied University) with specific interest in sports nutrition. During this bachelor program he followed an internship at NOC*NSF writing the brochure: What to know about nutrition and Sydney in preparation for the Olympic Games at Sydney 2000. Together with his bachelor degree he received his post bachelor degree of sports dietetics which was granted by NOC*NSF. Following this, Wardenaar started a master's program at Wageningen University in human nutrition and physiology. During the second year at Wageningen, he founded his own consultancy firm in sports nutrition advice and during the third year he was full-time vice-president of the Dutch Chamber of Student Associations (LKvV). Subsequently he followed an internship at the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Texas in Austin and wrote his master's thesis on the interaction between alcohol consumption, exercise and blood glucose levels at SENECA, expert centre of HAN Sports and Exercise Studies at the HAN University of Applied Sciences at Nijmegen. He graduated in 2005 both in nutritional physiology and in nutrigenomics. At the start of 2006, Wardenaar took up the post of lecturer at the Institute of Paramedic Studies at the HAN. From that moment he was also asked to cover the sports nutrition position of the professional TVM speed skating team as part of an agreement between this team and HAN Sports and Exercise studies. In 2007 he was added to the nutrition team of the Dutch Olympic Committee (NOC*NSF) and from 2010 he became a member of the research group of the professorate (in Dutch: lectoraat) Sports, Nutrition and Health. At the beginning of 2011 he moved completely from paramedic studies to Sports and Exercise studies. 2012 saw him take on a team leader role as senior lecturer of the expert team Sports and Exercise Nutrition with responsibility for education, research and consultancy within the Institute of Sport and Exercise. During this period, he was also president of the Dutch Association of Sports Dieticians. In September 2012 he commenced his doctoral project in cooperation with Wageningen University, which was partly financed by a regional grant Eat2Move. At the beginning of 2013 he became program manager of work package 3 within Eat2Move and from 2014-2017 he was team leader of the Team Nutrition of the Dutch Olympic Committee. Resource Definitions and Links: Follow Us: Twitter: @theTHF Instagram: @theTHF Facebook: Taylor Hooton Foundation #ALLMEPEDFREE Contact Us:  Email:  Phone: 214-449-1990 ALL ME Assembly Programs:

The WorldView in 5 Minutes
Big Tech upset with porn-filtering software, Bolsonaro to Tucker Carlson: My campaign anchored by John 8:32, Writing letters to persecuted Christians helps

The WorldView in 5 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022


It's Tuesday, October 4th, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes and heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Kevin Swanson Writing letters to persecuted Christians helps International Christian Concern reports that writing letters to Christians in prison is highly effective. In regards to 7,500 letters mailed to two Iranian Christians imprisoned for their faith, ICC reports, “The letters don't always reach the prisoner. In Maryam and Marziyeh's case, they never actually got to read a single one. But guess who did read the letters? All 7,500 of them? Their guards! And as the guards read letter after letter, they began to treat Maryam and Marziyeh differently knowing the world was watching everything they did. The guards even became curious about the Bible verses written in the letters and would ask Maryam and Marziyeh for explanations.” Find out how to write letters to persecuted saints at www.persecution.org/letters Christian physician assistant fired over refusal to use fake pronouns Speaking of persecution, there's another example in the American workplace. Valerie Kloosterman, a physician assistant within the University of Michigan Health system, has been punished for her Christian convictions. When asked by representatives of Human Resources and the Department of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion if she would use “gender identity-based pronouns and be willing to refer patients for gender reassignment surgery,” she told them she could not because of her religious beliefs, reports The Christian Post.   According to First Liberty, the interviewer “grew hostile, visibly angry with tight fists and a flushed demeanor, and attacked her religious beliefs.  … [He] told Ms. Kloosterman that she ‘could not take the Bible or her religious beliefs to work with her, either literally or figuratively;' that given her religious beliefs against gender identity-based pronouns and ‘gender reassignment surgery,' she was to blame for transgender suicides; and that she was ‘evil.”   Subsequently, she was fired after a stellar,17-year career. First Liberty is demanding that she be reinstated or the legal defense organization is promising a lawsuit in a federal court.  Revelation 14:12 challenges believers to endure persecution. The Scripture says, “This calls for patient endurance on the part of the people of God who keep His commands and remain faithful to Jesus.” Big Tech upset with porn-filtering software Big Tech is demonstrating its commitment to online pornography, with Google removing porn-filtering companies from the Android Play Store.   This comes after the left-leaning Wired.com published an article titled "The Ungodly Surveillance of Anti-Porn ‘Shameware' Apps.” It was an attack piece on Covenant Eyes and Accountable2You.  Not the Bee commented on Google's actions. They wrote, “Meanwhile, Amazon, Instagram, Facebook and other apps all listen to you ALL THE TIME and give you ads based on things you just say out loud near your phone.”  But, let us remember, “If we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ, His Son, cleanses us from all sin.” (1 John 1:7) New poll: Republicans have shot at retaking Congress In God's providence, it appears the Republicans have a good shot at regaining control of Congress in the 2022 elections because Americans are more concerned about their money than abortion.   A Monmouth poll found that 47% of voters would prefer a Republican-controlled Congress than Democrats, reports The Washington Examiner. And 82% of Americans see inflation as extremely or very important, over 56% who rank abortion as a significant concern.  Ukrainian president wants NATO membership fast-tracked As of last Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is asking NATO to accelerate Ukraine's membership application, reports World Magazine. This follows Russia's claim on four provinces in the Ukrainian state. In response, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's top security official, called Zelenskyy's request akin to “begging NATO to accelerate the start of World War III.” Gun sales continue to skyrocket For gun sales, 2022 will turn out to be the third strongest year in American history, right behind 2020 and 2021. That's according to AmericanRifleman.org.   Gun sales in the U.S. averaged 4,000,000 in the 1990s and early 2000s. Over the last three years, the average has been between 10 and 13 million.  Europe's 10% inflation rate There is no abating inflation in the Eurozone — registering 10% in September, up from 9.1% in August. Meanwhile, the Bank of England has jumped back into Quantitative Easing with plans to issue another $650 billion in the upcoming weeks. The UK national bank has increased its base rate to 2.5% throughout seven rate hikes since January, fighting its own 10.0% inflation rate.  Brazil's Bolsonaro outperforms polls, headed to run-off And finally, pundits are saying it was a victory for conservatives in the Brazilian elections over the weekend. The presidential race tips to a runoff election scheduled for October 30th. The incumbent, Jair Bolsonaro, came within 5% of his challenger, Luiz Inácio Lula, the former leftist president. Indeed, Bolsonaro outperformed the prediction of the polls by 6-8%, giving Bolsonaro a fighting chance for the October 30th runoff. Sometimes referred to as South America's Donald Trump, Bolsonaro's favored candidates won the governorship of São Paulo, and the governorship of Rio de Janeiro. Bolsonaro to Tucker Carlson: My campaign anchored by John 8:32 Tucker Carlson from Fox News interviewed President Bolsonaro before the weekend's election. The president quoted from John 8:32 in his comments. BOLSONARO: “I connected my campaign anchored only with a biblical passage: John 8:32. ‘Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.' The media never gave me any visibility or space.  Much to the contrary, they attacked me all the time throughout the campaign. If the left wing does come back to power, in my view, they will never leave power, and this country will follow the same path as Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, and Colombia. Brazil will become one more wagon on that train. “The losers will be the Brazilian population and also the left wing itself. The left wing voters will lose as a result. All of South America will be colored red, if you understand me. And, in my view, the United States will become virtually an isolated country in the world.” CARLSON: “Amazing interview. And guess what? This will shock you.  Bolsonaro bears no resemblance whatsoever to the descriptions of Bolsonaro you have read in the New York Times. Completely different person. Seen that before?” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Tuesday, October 4th, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.

Amplify Your Success
Episode 303: Elevate Your Thought Leadership With Your Own Social App with Dayo Akinrinade

Amplify Your Success

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 42:23


Have you considered creating your own app as a way to attract more buyers? With the ease of current technology, starting your own app is actually a smart idea. Not to mention, building a social app like Wisdom, Clubhouse or Spotify's Greenroom is a great way to also build community. So if you've got an idea around your new app, where do you start and how do you fund your idea?. On Amplify Your Success Podcast episode 303, Dayo Akinrinade, founder of the Wisdom app, joins me to share her advice on starting and funding your own app idea. Join us in the Amplify Your Authority FREE Facebook Group to learn more strategies to stop being a best-kept secret and stand out as an industry go-to authority. Key Takeaways [4:32] Dayo shares a bit about her tech background and how it fueled her desire to create community. [10:39] What social audio is and why it is more important than ever right now. [13:15] What's unique about the Wisdom app, especially with the rise (and fall) of other social communities. [21:36] The Lean Startup Approach and how to use it to quick start your app idea. [24:34] When to do fundraising for your tech startup or app idea. [31:35] How to grow the reach and subscribers of your app once you've launched. [39:49] Dayo talks about how the Wisdom app is a game changer for podcasters (and how to claim your podcast on the Wisdom app.) About the Guest Dayo started as an IT Management Consultant at Accenture and Deloitte. Then, driven by the lack of diversity in London's tech ecosystem, she joined the founding team of OneTech, London's largest diversity in startups programme, backed by the JP Morgan Chase Foundation. Subsequently, after spotting a gap in the market, she went on to found Africlick, a cultural dating app targeting 1 billion Africans globally. Africlick has been mentioned on BBC Africa, BBC London Radio and Huffpost. Dayo holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Manchester and a M.Sc. in Technology from University College London. Dayo was named the 2021 Women In Dating Powerbook, celebrating the 20 most inspirational and influential women in the dating industry.   Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Get the Wisdom App and Become a Top Mentor Discover Melanie's 7 Step Framework to Add Another 6 Figures to Your Business by Leveraging Other People's Platforms.

Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast
NLS 126: Confessions of a Hollywood Writer & Actor with John Leguizamo

Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 44:38


Fast-talking and feisty-looking John Leguizamo has continued to impress movie audiences with his versatility: he can play sensitive and naïve young men, such as Johnny in Hangin' with the Homeboys; cold-blooded killers like Benny Blanco in Carlito's Way; a heroic Army Green Beret, stopping aerial terrorists in Executive Decision; and drag queen Chi-Chi Rodriguez in To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar.Arguably, not since ill-fated actor and comedian Freddie Prinze starred in the smash TV series Chico and the Man had a youthful Latino personality had such a powerful impact on critics and fans alike. John Alberto Leguizamo Peláez was born July 22, 1960, in Bogotá, Colombia, to Luz Marina Peláez and Alberto Rudolfo Leguizamo.He was a child when his family emigrated to the United States. He was raised in Queens, New York, attended New York University and studied under legendary acting coach Lee Strasberg for only one day before Strasberg passed away.The extroverted Leguizamo started working the comedy club circuit in New York and first appeared in front of the cameras in an episode of Miami Vice. His first film appearance was a small part in Mixed Blood, and he had minor roles in Casualties of War and Die Hard 2 before playing a liquor store thief who shoots Harrison Ford in Regarding Henry.His career really started to soar after his first-rate performance in the independent film Hangin' with the Homeboys as a nervous young teenager from the Bronx out for a night in brightly lit Manhattan with his buddies, facing the career choice of staying in a supermarket or heading off to college and finding out that the girl he loves from afar isn't quite what he thought she was.The year 1991 was also memorable for other reasons, as he hit the stage with his show John Leguizamo: Mambo Mouth, in which he portrayed seven different Latino characters. The witty and incisive show was a smash hit and won the Obie and Outer Circle Critics Award, and later was filmed for HBO, where it picked up a CableACE Award.He returned to the stage two years later with another satirical production poking fun at Latino stereotypes titled John Leguizamo: Spic-O-Rama. It played in Chicago and New York, and won the Drama Desk Award and four CableACE Awards. In 1995 he created and starred in the short-lived TV series House of Buggin', an all-Latino-cast comedy variety show featuring hilarious sketches and comedic routines.The show scored two Emmy nominations and received positive reviews from critics, but it was canceled after only one season. The gifted Leguizamo was still keeping busy in films, with key appearances in Super Mario Bros., Romeo + Juliet and Spawn. In 1998 he made his Broadway debut in John Leguizamo: Freak, a "demi-semi-quasi-pseudo-autobiographical" one-man show, which was filmed for HBO by Spike Lee.Utilizing his distinctive vocal talents, he next voiced a pesky rat in Doctor Dolittle before appearing in the dynamic Spike Lee-directed Summer of Sam as a guilt-ridden womanizer, as the Genie of The Lamp in the exciting Arabian Nights and as Henri DE Toulouse Lautrec in the visually spectacular Moulin Rouge!.He also voiced Sid in the animated Ice Age, co-starred alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in Collateral Damage and directed and starred in the boxing film Undefeated. Subsequently, Leguizamo starred in the remake of the John Carpenter hit Assault on Precinct 13 and George A. Romero's long-awaited fourth "Dead" film, Land of the Dead.There can be no doubt that the remarkably talented Leguizamo has been a breakthrough performer for the Latino community in mainstream Hollywood, in much the same way that Sidney Poitier crashed through celluloid barriers for African-Americans in the early 1960s.Among his many strengths lies his ability to not take his ethnic background too seriously but also to take pride in his Latino heritage.Please enjoy my conversation with John Leguizamo.

Lure of the Lake
Rob Mitchell - What Does Kayaking, the Navy, Olympics, Disney & Reynolds Have In Common?

Lure of the Lake

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 47:21


Rob Mitchell can be described by many adjectives...interesting, fascinating, inspiring, compelling, giving, sharing, humble, just for a start! Rob grew up in small town Louisiana, but completed high school in Indiana, at Culver Academy, a difficult decision he and his parents made that changed the trajectory of his life. There, he excelled academically, as well as in sports, including swimming, wrestling, soccer, gymnastics, canoeing and kayaking. Following graduation, he attended Georgia Tech, and joined ROTC, which led him into the Navy. The Navy allowed him to continue training in competitive kayaking, where he earned his place on the the 1972 US Olympics Team, where he represented his country at the Munich Olympics. You'll hear how he witnessed, first-hand, the tragic event that forever marked those Olympic games. We discuss, when, after the Navy, Rob took on a major role with the Walt Disney Company, where, for 21 years, as Director of Engineering, he oversaw the expansion & construction of Disney World into the incredible entertainment complex it is today! You'll hear how his impressive journey continues after his tenure with Disney, when he and some of his colleagues formed a new company, Celebration Associates. They were recruited by Mercer & Jamie Reynolds to lead the design and construction of the Ritz Carton Lodge and to develop the Reynolds community master plan. Subsequently, he was hired by the Reynolds family to serve as President of Reynolds Plantation, and then as CEO of Reynolds Communities. We will talk about how Rob loves to give back to his community, to those who desperately need it. He shares his time & gifts with Atlas Ministries, Greene College & Career Academy, Neighbors Helping Neighbors and the Greensboro First United Methodist Church. But even though he stays busy, he loves spending most of his time with his wife Karen and with their 3 children and 6 grandchildren. Connect & Keep Up with Rob: Neighbors Helping Neighbors https://www.nhnga.orgpres@nhnga.org Atlas Ministries https://www.atlasministry.org/

Becoming Wilkinson
Scott Vitale was told by his doctor that if he didn't start losing some of his 312 pounds, he was going to die. Afraid of that scenario, he began his bariatric journey down to 165 pounds.

Becoming Wilkinson

Play Episode Play 42 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 22:51


Scott Vitale is a gay man who weighed 312 pounds when he went in for his annual check up.  His doctor told him that if something didn't change in his lifestyle, he would die fairly soon.  He was referred to a doctor who did bariatric surgery.  Scott credits a lot of his success to the nutritionist who helped him learn to eat differently.  Under her guidance, he lost 45 pounds before the surgery.  Subsequently, the surgeon removed two thirds of his stomach, which caused some drastic changes in his life.His husband Eric supported him all along the way in this journey, and accompanied him to that first visit with the nutritionist.  When they returned home, Eric began to toss all of the bread, pastas , cereals, etc. into the trash and he told Scott that he too, would not be eating those things any longer.With his new-found energy and new life, Scott took up cycling and completed the San Francisco to LA Aids/Life Cycle ride in 2022.    He continues to cycle today and it's become his passion. Today he's maintains his ideal weight at 165 pounds.You may contact Scott via email at: svitale03@yahoo.comPhoto: Copyright Wilkinson/2022Opening and closing music courtesy the very talented Zakhar Valaha via Pixabay.To contact Wilkinson- email him at BecomingWilkinson@gmail.com

dHarmic Evolution
346. How Can Scalar Light Help You, Your Family, and Your Precious Health?

dHarmic Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 48:23


In today's show, we discuss with Tom Paladino his scalar energy research in Florida. Scalar energy is the fundamental life force found everywhere in the world, space and universe. It originates from the sun and stars. Chi, prana, OM, mana, life force, pyramid energy or zero-point energy are synonymous terms for scalar energy.   I began research with scalar energy during my undergraduate years. Inspired by various scientists, especially Nikola Tesla (a genius who invented alternating current), I was curious to learn more about the existence of an energy that was not of the electromagnetic spectrum. I pursued a course of independent study in order to better understand and subsequently harness scalar energy, as this emerging science is not taught at the university level.   One of my scientific predecessors was Dr. T. Galen Hieronymus, one of the few scalar energy researchers in the United States in the last century. I read Galen's notes and used his scalar energy instruments after his death.   Some of Galen's inventions, according to a 1977 magazine article, were “quasielectronic instruments that could (a) analyze the component elements of an ore sample without spectroscopic, chemical or other orthodox methods, and, most surprising of all, (b) influence (even kill) living organisms, even from vast distances, with no scientifically understandable mechanism at the other end.”   I theorized that all energy in the universe initiates as scalar energy; and that the Sun of our solar system and the stars of the universe are the points of origin, “the storehouses,” for scalar energy. I further theorized that scalar energy is instructive energy, as the entire universe is instructed by this Divine Essence. Subsequently, all spiritual, cognitive, emotional and physical action in the universe is initiated and maintained by scalar energy instructions. Scalar energy provides order in the universe.   Based on these theories and the work of scientists who came before me, I was able to develop scalar energy instruments capable of harnessing and transmitting instructive energy to heal human subjects by way of their photograph. You can think of this as similar to a radio broadcast with my instruments as the broadcaster, and your quantum body as the receiver. The difference is that the energy transmitted is not electromagnetic, and is therefore immeasurable by traditional science.   My instruments provide a guaranteed, fast, harmless and painless treatment process that has successfully healed patients with quantum illnesses such as HIV viral disease, Ebola, herpes, hepatitis, Lyme disease, tuberculosis, malaria, etc.  Over 400,000 pathogens are identified and subsequently disassembled by way of this unique scalar energy protocol. These scalar light instruments administer the scalar energy reverse-phase angle harmonic of a pathogen, thereby causing that agent of infection to disassemble or fall apart. Bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoan, can all be disassembled, representing a cure or prevention for thousands of diseases. Once the causative agent of a pathogen disease has been eliminated, the symptoms associated with that infection decrease or disappear altogether.   James is now Coaching If you are a high achiever looking to transform your life/career/goals, James is now offering a limited amount of space for 1 on 1 coaching. You must be committed, dedicated and willing to welcome a transformation to achieve more in your life for this program. If this is you, James is offering a free, no obligation 60-minute zoom discovery call for only 12 participants. You can schedule your discovery call with James right here to explore if this is a good fit for both parties. As a Preview   In today's episode, we discuss with Tom Paladino, an advocate of scalar energy, an emerging science passed down through generations from Nikola Tesla. Tom explains all about scalar light, the scientific tests and backings for the numerous healings through Scalar light. Tom also shares his personal testimony of healing through Scalar light. This is one episode not to miss. Let's dive in!   Quotes   Scalar light is free of electrons and I firmly believe it is the spirit of God-Tom   The actual universe is a scalar energy hologram-Tom   Over the extension of my career, I've assembled over 400,000 microbes-Tom   God can take a bird's eye view photo of the village and be able to reach each member and heal them all-Tom   A scalar energy instrument can break apart what we don't want or create what we want- Tom   I am all convinced about the results. After results, you can make your conclusion- Tom   The photograph of a person carries their energy- Tom Timestamps   2:59 Introducing Tom Paladino   03:53 What is Scalar light?   06:08 The background behind scalar energy   08:00 Tom's gift from God   09:25 The tech behind scalar energy    11:14 The process of healing through scalar energy   16:59 Scaling the scalar energy   17:39 God's healing through Scalar energy   19:00 The need for local representation   21:34 What happens after healing?   22:45  The equipment  for the scalar energy   24:05 How did Tom know scalar energy was a success?   26:15 The extent of Scalar energy and pathogens