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Best podcasts about sulking

Latest podcast episodes about sulking

Felger & Massarotti
Cam Newton Sulking, Red Sox Scuffling // Chaim Bloom Didn't Do Enough // Patriots Don't Have Legit QB Competition - 8/6 (Hour 1)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 44:38


(0:00) Felger & Mazz, with Matt McCarthy and Ted Johnson filling in, offer up their opening takes on Cam Newton sulking in the locker room and the Red Sox struggling since the trade deadline. (14:44) We react to Chaim Bloom's comments on the Section 10 Podcast about how the Red Sox went about the trade deadline.. (24:23) The crew goes back and forth on how reps are currently being split between Mac Jones and Newton in training camp, and whether there's an actual QB competition taking place. (34:00) Calls come in on Alex Cora, Cam Newton, and Jayson Tatum's future.

The Watford Church of Christ Podcast
"Elijah: A man just like us" | 1 Kings 21 | "Sulking, Stoning and Scoundrels" | Malcolm Cox

The Watford Church of Christ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 35:40


The third in our four-part series on the life of Elijah. Today we examine 1 Kings 21 and the lessons we learn about greed and courage. Please add your comments on this week's topic. We learn best when we learn in community.  Do you have a question about teaching the Bible? Is it theological, technical, practical? Send me your questions or suggestions. Here's the email: [malcolm@malcolmcox.org](mailto:malcolm@malcolmcox.org).  If you'd like a copy of my free eBook on spiritual disciplines, “How God grows His people”, sign up at my website: http://[www.malcolmcox.org](http://www.malcolmcox.org/).  Please pass the link on, subscribe, leave a review.  “Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.” (Psalms 100:2 NIV11)  God bless, Malcolm

Malcolm Cox
"Elijah: A man just like us" | 1 Kings 21 | "Sulking, Stoning and Scoundrels" | Malcolm Cox

Malcolm Cox

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 35:40


The third in our four-part series on the life of Elijah. Today we examine 1 Kings 21 and the lessons we learn about greed and courage.Please add your comments on this week’s topic. We learn best when we learn in community. Do you have a question about teaching the Bible? Is it theological, technical, practical? Send me your questions or suggestions. Here’s the email: [malcolm@malcolmcox.org](mailto:malcolm@malcolmcox.org). If you’d like a copy of my free eBook on spiritual disciplines, “How God grows His people”, sign up at my website: http://[www.malcolmcox.org](http://www.malcolmcox.org/). Please pass the link on, subscribe, leave a review. “Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.” (Psalms 100:2 NIV11) God bless, Malcolm

#Random Network
#Random Podcast Ep.45 Sulking Comedy Hour

#Random Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 56:31


On this episode I sulk with laughter. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/randomkyle/support

Andrew Petty is Dying
Breaking the Stuckness Stalemate

Andrew Petty is Dying

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 16:14


Have you ever felt stuck? Maddeningly and totally stuck?  If you’re human, then the answer is 100% “yes.”  In this episode, we tackle stuckness--what it is and what to do about it. Plus, the surprising up-side of stuckness. Stories make it easier to “see” what someone is saying, so I share a snapshot from my own story to illustrate the point--a recent episode of stuckness that I’m just now emerging from. Here goes...   Sulking in the Snow I’m sitting in my truck at a little historic landmark with a natural mineral spring and a small stone monument tucked back off of an otherwise unremarkable stretch of road parallel to the main street in Steamboat Springs, CO. It’s snowing hard--which is a welcome change in an otherwise dismally dry winter, a dry winter that’s followed another summer of drought and raging wildfires.  I love the elements. I think partly because the elements create an involuntary pattern interrupt in our lives. We don’t get to call the shots with Nature, and when it decides to change things up, we are all compelled to adjust--whether we like it or not. And for me, involuntary pattern interrupts can be a welcome off-ramp from my head--where negative feedback loops can start small but build on themselves until they’re deafening. They provide a welcome diversion when the mental static is beginning to put me in a tailspin. And when I’m feeling trapped in my head, buffeted by intangible forces, being out in the elements--surrounded by the tangible forces of wind and water and snow--is a refreshing, grounding, invigorating change of pace.  I’m sitting here now because my wife’s chewing was annoying me. Super mature of me, I know.I was sitting on the couch in our home office. She was sitting at the desk--chewing something and banging away productively and energetically at her work. She was in the zone. Man, I love that feeling. And the problem was that she seemed to have it, and at that same moment, I most definitely did not. And instead of being glad for her, I was irritated and envious. That’s when I knew I had a problem. My internal jackassery certainly wasn’t her problem.  I was stuck.    Early Warning Signs So that was Monday afternoon. I’d begun to sense earlier in the day that “stuckness”--a not-scientific but broadly useful term--was lurking at the door of my heart and mind. I lacked focus about how to use my time and was beginning to feel restless and increasingly agitated for no clear reason. A little anxious as I saw mental and emotional storm clouds gathering. Those are usually early-warning signs. But Mondays can be like that for me for some reason. Maybe I was just having one of those Mondays.    Giving My Horse Its Head So, I’d given my horse its head, so to speak. Apologies in advance to all you horse experts out there if I’m butchering this saying. I let my natural energy determine what I did the first part of the day--which in this case meant a long walk on my favorite country road, then some time reading a book that called to me from my bookshelf. A book that I started once a bunch of years ago but put down unfinished for some reason. Books are like that for me sometimes: They sit patiently and inconspicuously on the shelf for months and years, then one day they catch my eye in a way that tells me it’s time to pick it up again. I’m not sure what that’s about, but most of the time it ends up being just the right read at just the right time. So I’ve learned to trust it. Does that ever happen to you?  I’ve learned that when I sense stuckness creeping up, giving my horse its head is a useful first response. Rather than buckling down, dialing in, trying to get super “productive” according to the conventional definition of productivity, I loosen my grip and tap into other, less-celebrated forms of productivity--like solitude and following my curiosity. Hence the walk and picking up that book again.    The Last Straw Then I had a couple of coaching sessions on the calendar--one with a client and another with a colleague with whom I exchange peer coaching. She’s an amazing coach with a lot of natural gifting and almost two decades of experience. It was my turn to coach her. And I struggled. I was in my head and trying to do a good job--which you might think would produce high-quality coaching. It most certainly does not. And it most certainly did not.  When I got off that call, my stuckness was in full force. I felt incompetent, inadequate, and uncertain. And that led to the moment on the couch when I realized I had a problem and needed to get moving before I said something misguided and misplaced to my wife and caused unnecessary collateral damage.  Which led me to that little historic landmark that Monday afternoon--sitting in my truck as the snow fell.    The Big Idea I didn’t yet understand what the stuckness was about or where it was coming from, but I did know this--and it’s what I want to share with you today, too:  If you’re stuck, get moving.  Even more specifically, get moving with and through the stuckness.  I was stuck--and on the verge of being an unreasonable jerk to my wife and anyone else I came into contact with--so I got moving.    Making It Personal When have YOU felt stuck? Maybe it was for a day or two. Or maybe it was for a year or more. Maybe you feel stuck right now, as you listen to this episode. What patterns do you see when you reflect on when and how you most often get stuck?  For extra credit and additional insights, tune in to episode 005, How to Become the Boss of Your Fear: Bravery-building to Live With More Guts and Gusto, to hear about an especially long and painful period of stuckness in my life, how I got unstuck, the amazing new chapter that opened up for me and my family past the stuckness, and what I learned from the experience.    Normal and Necessary It’s never fun--in fact, it can actually be really painful--but stuckness is a normal and necessary part of life as a human on planet Earth. It alerts us to the fact that there’s a gap between where we are and where we want to be. And something unconscious and unknown is in our way. Stuckness is a chance to make the unconscious conscious--to generate fresh insight to which we can then apply action and achieve some sort of transformation.  Because Insight + Action = Transformation.  The stuckness is always there for a reason.    Snake vs. Caterpillar With practice, we can learn to see the stuckness as an indicator that we’re on the brink of a new opportunity to grow and evolve. But moving through stuckness to the good stuff beyond is less like the caterpillar emerging from a cocoon than it is like a snake shedding its skin. It takes effort and intention and time--and it’s uncomfortable. The accompanying psychological pain of stuckness is essential, though. Our desire for relief from it motivates us to do the work to get unstuck.   Stuckness is What It’s All About (In a Sense) BTW, if you’re new to Andrew Petty is Dying, there’s a sense in which this podcast is largely about how to recognize and move through the inevitable encounters with stuckness to the good stuff that awaits beyond--with Mortality as our most powerful motivating force.    Back to the Story... In my case, in this recent round of stuckness, my first movement was away from the house and to the local historical landmark on that Monday afternoon, where I began to write--to document what I was experiencing in an effort to understand its origins and begin finding my way forward through it. As I wrote, it dawned on me that I was in the midst of a real-world case study on stuckness, unfolding in real-time, and it could be a good way to illustrate the value of “if you’re stuck, get moving.”  Well alright, I thought, there’s one thing useful about this stuckness already.  It also dawned on me that it was yet another chance to practice what I preach, so to speak--maybe most specifically in episode 012, How to Harness the Winds of Discomfort to Get Where You Want to Go: Becoming a Seasoned Sailor on the Seas of Life--where the big idea is “If you’re uncomfortable, good; get used to it.”  Put your money where your mouth is, Petty.    We Interrupt This Program for An Exciting Offer... Speaking of money and mouths...Here’s a chance to put YOUR money where MY mouth is. Which kind of makes sense but mostly doesn’t--but I couldn’t resist the symmetry in the transition. It certainly doesn’t mean that I want you to put money in my mouth. Here’s what it does mean, though... You may already have heard me speak highly of Ozan Varol and his #1 best-selling book, Think Like a Rocket Scientist. I appreciated his book so much that I signed up for Ozan’s free Weekly Contrarian email newsletter, then joined his super-affordable online Inner Circle community to deepen and operationalize my learning with others so-inclined and Ozan’s input. Then, I participated in the Moonshot Academy--an intensive weekend workshop with almost 20 other people and led by Ozan and his wife, Kathy, to refine and launch our individual “moonshots.” Those experiences and getting to know Ozan through separate conversations have persuaded me that Ozan is the real deal--someone with a lot to offer the world today and a genuine humility to boot. RARE combo. In my opinion, he’s at least a “sage for this Age.” And time will tell if he endures as a “sage for the Ages.”  Ozan has helped me learn to hold “conventional wisdom” with open hands rather than a death grip, so to speak, and more consistently challenge assumptions. And I think we need challenges to conventional wisdom and prevailing assumptions more than ever right now.  Ozan has been called a “true original” by Adam Grant and dubbed a “superhero” by Dan Pink. His work has been described as “must read” by Susan Cain and featured in the Wall Street Journal, Time, BBC, CNN, Washington Post, and more. Recently, because I want everyone to read it, I asked Ozan what he would be willing to offer Andrew Petty is Dying listeners as an incentive to buy his book. And I’m excited to share that if you buy any version of Think Like a Rocket Scientist--audio, e-book, hardcover, etc.--Ozan will give you FREE access to a video treasure chest that includes a behind-the-scenes look at his productivity system and a pack of 10, three-minute, bite-sized videos with actionable insights from Think Like a Rocket Scientist that you can implement right away, including:  The single principle Elon Musk used to revolutionize the aerospace industry (and how you can use the same principle to revolutionize your life) What you should do first in tackling an audacious goal (and what you should NEVER do when tackling an audacious goal) Ozan’s two-step process for squashing fear of uncertainty and failure before it stops him from taking action What Einstein’s biggest blunder can teach you about how to launch your next project Why doing “nothing” is more valuable than you think It’s super simple to get this free material. Visit ozanvarol.com/andrewpettycoach/, buy Think Like a Rocket Scientist from your seller of choice using one of the links provided, and follow the easy instructions for providing proof of purchase.  Ozan didn’t request this promo, BTW, and I’m not getting compensated for it, either--other than with the pleasure of knowing that you have access to Ozan’s excellent work.   Let me know if you take Ozan up on this! Love to hear how the book lands for you and what you get from the bonus material.  Now, as they used to say back in the day, back to the programming already in progress…   The Stuckness Stalemate is Broken As the week progressed, I kept one eye on the normal duties with family and clients and one eye on the stuckness. But I set learning the lesson of the stuckness as the biggest win for the week. And I prioritized walks--periods of physical movement that for me are reliable ways to generate mental and emotional movement. I cataloged the unconscious things that began to become conscious--in this case, an accumulated mix of personal and professional stuff that needed sorting. I processed what I was uncovering for a bit with my Graveyard Group guys on Thursday morning--which led to an impromptu lunchtime conversation with my wife, Charis, about what I was beginning to see more clearly. This was the first conversation I’d had with her about what was going on. She knew I was stuck because a) it was obvious--I was distant and heavy and irritable--and 2) I told her as much Monday evening--and let her know that I was working on it.  And in that lunchtime conversation, my energy began to shift from reflection to action as clarity about the nature of the stuckness--new insights--illuminated the next steps on the path ahead. This marked the turning point in this episode of stuckness. My wife seems to be a common denominator in those turning points, doesn’t she?!   As I processed out loud with Charis, she pointed out again--just like she had in the aftermath of my first-ever personal retreat just a month earlier--that the mess was necessary to produce the insights that lead to action that result in some kind of transformation. This is part of what we talked about when Charis joined me for ep. 025, The Contentment Conundrum: Cracking the Code.  Stuckness, my friends--though unpleasant, even painful, and sometimes prolonged--is a guide appointed by our hearts and minds to show us the way something even better.    The 5-Part Recipe for “Unstuck Stew” As we land this plane, here are the five basic ingredients in the recipe for using stuckness to our benefit: Become familiar with your own tell-tale signs of stuckness. In my experience, some of the typical signs include irritability, distractedness, restless energy, a lack of focus, and loss of a sense of humor.  Acknowledge that you’re stuck, and invite the stuckness to teach you. This acceptance will create the openness of heart and mind that allows the unconscious to be made conscious. Don’t fight it or try to muscle your way past it. Resistance or avoidance or sheer force of will makes the stuckness an enemy rather than a useful mentor.  Take 100% responsibility for your stuckness. It’s your problem--no one else’s. Request help from others--friends, experts, a therapist, whomever or whatever seems appropriate to the situation--but retain full ownership of the problem and the solution.  Tap into the negative energy--frustration, anger, etc.--to fuel positive forward movement through the stuckness.  Finally, get moving--with and through the stuckness.    Retreat, Stall Out, or Advance?  We have choices, of course, when stuckness shows up. Broadly speaking, we can retreat from it, stall out in the face of it, or advance through it. Neither retreating or stalling out will produce a good result. Only advancing through it will.  So, if you’re stuck, get moving. Even more specifically, get moving through the stuckness so it can teach us what it’s there for.  The more skillful we become at leveraging life’s many encounters with stuckness, the more we will milk out of this life, the more we will bring into it for our own fulfillment and others’ benefit, and the fewer deathbed regrets we’ll have. Because remember: you ARE going to die. But you’re not dead yet. So get after it!   I Can Help You Find the Up-Side of Your Stuckness My purpose as a coach is to help you live the life you know you were made to live. A big part of that is helping others move through their stuckness to the good stuff that awaits beyond. I can help YOU with that. Connect with me on Facebook @AndrewPettyCoach or email me at andrew@digdeepwinbig.com. To learn about Graveyard Group masterminds--where we make time each week to invest in your life's most important work---visit digdeepwinbig.com/thegraveyardgroup.    Subscribe to Andrew Petty is Dying & Leave a Review! Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher

iFL TV Boxing Podcast
'You are sulking' -Eddie Hearn hits back at Arum/ talks Whyte, AJ, Wilder, PPV, Dubois-Joyce, Buatsi

iFL TV Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2020 52:11


'You are sulking' -Eddie Hearn hits back at Arum/ talks Whyte, AJ, Wilder, PPV, Dubois-Joyce, Buatsi By Kugan Cassius

Happiness-Matters in Midlife - for Professional Women
#1.58.REVIEW – Taking your High Road to Happiness in Toxic Situations

Happiness-Matters in Midlife - for Professional Women

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2020 41:12


Find EVERYTHING at our website: https://happiness-matters.coach/podcast-subscribe1 We're taking a short break between series – this gives YOU a chance to catch-up on past episodes & ME a chance to sleep in! I've been up every morning at 5am for 16 months creating The Happiness-Matters Podcast :-) But, I'm not leaving you without any coaching – in each week of the break we'll revisit the go-to episodes for Series 1: Defining, Assessing & Visioning your Happiness. Looking forward to being with you again in Series 2 - all about managing our brains for happiness & success in Midlife! SUBSCRIBE to my weekly coaching by email JOIN ME on Facebook today     ---------------------- Series 1: THIS WEEK's FOCUS – My Best Coaching Tool for toxicity in your relationships. Explore conflict in your Midlife relationships, looking at what to do when we use toxic behaviours. Discover your 5 afflictive emotions while walking with me through my 3-step coaching process to support you in difficult relationships. Find out why Breathing is so transformative in your daily self-coaching and what "Taking The High Road" has got to do with accessing your Inherent Wisdom behind your Afflictive Emotions. All 56 podcast episodes, free tools & show notes HERE     Overview Guide to Series 1 HERE     "May you be Happy, May you be Free - there is no better time to coach together!" Find everything at our website: https://happiness-matters.coach/podcast-subscribe1

St Michaels Church Podcast
Sulking with God, Family Service - 19.07.2020

St Michaels Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2020 10:58


Revd Guy Axelson Reading: Jonah 4

Sailor Business
Sailor Business 189 - Sulking in the Dark

Sailor Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2020 88:22


Hey, it's realistic fortune telling on the show--meaning a character dresses as a fortune teller and makes some stuff up totally blatantly! And it's the one who's supposedly "really" psychic! Anyway, join us along with Elizabeth Garcia for a trip back to the radio station of Juban and lots of discussions of how to pluralize things. Send us your pluralizations on twitter @SailorBusiness or through email at sailorbusinesspodcast@gmail.com! And, as always--thanks for supporting the Sailor Business Patreon... it makes all this possible!

PodCock PeaCast
Debbie Downers

PodCock PeaCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2020 61:16


College Football talk. NBA Playoff talk. Indy 500 talk. Sulking, sulking, anger & more sulking. RATE REVIEW SUBSCRIBE or whatever, Follow the show on Twitter @podcockpeacast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcock-peacast/message

Before the Train Wreck
063 - Why You Lose At Life & How To Win

Before the Train Wreck

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2020 77:04


Men are masters of complicating their lives, and then justify why they do it. In this installment of "before the train wreck" I am going to show you how to win at life, and not be a loser. Some topics I'm going to cover, include, but aren't limited to. Consuming too much "black pill" content Thinking money & the accumulation of wealth is evil Subscribing to liberalism/globalism/socialism Hating libertarianism Blames the state yet expects them to fix all your problems Worshiping women Being a simp Playing not to lose. Believing societal programming Having no purpose in life Ignoring self care Being financially irresponsible Sulking & moaning at the hand you've been dealt Surrounding yourself with losers Constantly find problems for every solution Blames ALL problems on others Takes no responsibility Entitlement – the idea that people owe you something Turns to drugs & alcohol to deal with bad choices

Stay in bed and listen
Sulking is pretty 90s

Stay in bed and listen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2020 5:48


Exploring my triggers that happened today while reflecting on the 90s

Truth For Life Programs
The Sulking Servant (Part 2 of 2)

Truth For Life Programs

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2020


Being expected to forgive those who've wronged us can feel unfair. Yet God extends grace to us when we don't deserve it—and He asks us to do the same for others. Hear more when you join us on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. Listen...

Truth For Life Programs
The Sulking Servant (Part 1 of 2)

Truth For Life Programs

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020


God cares about the state of our inner being as well as our outward actions. Join us on Truth For Life as Alistair Begg urges us to examine our hearts to see if we may be harboring sin. Listen...

Surrendering Average
Ep.11 Sulking- How To Break Free From Your Unwanted Moods

Surrendering Average

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2020 23:54


In this episode I use a personal example to show how we can overcome our moods by using the proper awareness, mindset, and beliefs. We talk about why it is important to fully feel and be present with the negative emotions, but not for extended periods of time. We can fall into prolonged dark, low vibrational places if we don't learn how to withdraw from negative emotions. I hope you enjoy this episode! 

Sangam Lit
Natrinai 238 – Sulking at the skies

Sangam Lit

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2020 6:01


In this episode, we listen to a lady’s anguish, as she admonishes a raincloud, as illustrated in Sangam Literary work, Natrinai 238, penned by Kantharathanaar. Set in the forest country of ‘Mullai’, the verse speaks in the voice of the lady to the raincloud, scolding it for arriving there without the company of the man, who has parted away from her.

Hearty Dice Friends
Episode 141 - ENTER THE DUNDERTHOME

Hearty Dice Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2020 56:31


Definitely not enough games about shoving. Left stick moves, right stick looks around, all the other buttons shove. We know what you're thinking: what about jumping? Jumping is just shoving the ground so jumping is still allowed. Also in this week's episode: - Breaking the ice with a con group - Sulking players and withholding affection from same - Being a better player - Appropriate amounts of wine - Mascot Rampage - Clown Detectives And possibly several more things in addition to that. How lucky you all are. Much love, - G+C

FathersAfter50
No,  We're Not Communicating!    Yes,  You're Always Communicating!  (even silent sulking)       with Dr. Pat Love

FathersAfter50

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2019 48:16


Pat Love is a certified love educator. And yes, Love is really Pat's last name. She is a Licensed family & marriage therapist who has appeared on multiple shows such as Oprah, Today's Show, and CNN. She's written multiple books on relationships and communication which is good, because the focus of our conversation is great conversations, that is, what do men and women need to do to communicate better, which leads to better relationships.

Brooklands Radio Features and Interviews
Valerie Ellis on Sulking 23rd October 2019

Brooklands Radio Features and Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2019 18:52


Susie Mac talks to Valerie Ellis a therapist specialising in relationship counselling about sulking. More at www.veryvalerieellis.com

Alamodome Audible
Episode 109: Sulking in the Suck

Alamodome Audible

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 63:19


UAB whips up on UTSA as the end of the Frank Wilson era feels like an inevitability. We also give out midseason grades and preview Rice this week.

BobbyDsouzaInspires
How long does a Warrior sulk? || Sulking || Warrior Mindset ||Bobby Dsouza

BobbyDsouzaInspires

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2019 2:20


All of us sulk, All of us Complain, specifically when Things do not go as per our expectations. sometimes we start off really well but unfortunately, roadblocks, setbacks and delays follow it's okay to sulk! The question is for HOW LONG? This video podcast will help you to understand how a warrior handles fails, Losses and bruises Channel link - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmcS...

Legacy Crew
Sulking because things aren’t going your way? How’s that going for you?

Legacy Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2019


The life lessons and tough love that helped Tracy Schmitt become Unstoppable Tracy has climbed the Himalayan mountains. She has captained a 110-foot-tall ship. She has won a bronze medal in para-skiing. And by the way, she was born a 4-way amputee. From an early age, Tracy – who has become known as Unstoppable Tracy […]

LIFE HACKS with The Wealthy Trainer PODCAST

Sulking is an extremely dangerous game to play and becomes a very slippery slope into darkness, especially if done too long. This is why is it crucial that you catch yourself when SULKING about something and instantly begin HULKING! In English terms: SULKING means to cry about something and HULKING means to power through something. This is a mindset reframing switch that can be activated instantly. In this episode, I will share with you about a dozen of my life experiences where I went from SULKING to HULKING!

The S.C.Y. Lounge
EP#137: The Game of Complaining, Useless, & Negative Toddlers Sulking (Fans Are The Worst)

The S.C.Y. Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2019 35:02


Weekly Writing: [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lx8Fv4UKd-Oy1sU8jTvE1mP7M3JXAHxO-hFnt7eydEk/edit?usp=drivesdk] Follow on... YouTube @thescylounge [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8YpN-5H8Pwo8CTxtjNuoLQ] SoundCloud @thescylounge [https://soundcloud.com/thescylounge] Twitter @thescylounge [https://twitter.com/thescylounge] Twitch @thescylounge [https://www.twitch.tv/thescylounge] Instagram @thescylounge [https://www.instagram.com/thescylounge/] Facebook @thescylounge [https://www.facebook.com/thescylounge]

Hidden Treasures In Secret Places
Sulking Is Immature

Hidden Treasures In Secret Places

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2019 3:45


Ungodly, and Extremely Selfish. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makaizahidden/support

ESPN Podcasts
Wade County Revisit, Dirk Not So Farewell Tour, Celtics Sulking and More

ESPN Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2019 56:25


Jalen Rose and David Jacoby talk D.Wade's moment, Westbrook Rules, the return of the NBA Big man, Kyler Murray's height, plus of course more of your Twitter and VM's!!!

Oz 9
episode four: Space is great for sulking

Oz 9

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2018 10:58


Episode four in which Olivia gasses the crew, Leet's symmetry is imperiled, and the janitor and the AI debate the relative value of the tooth fairy. Starring Richard Cowen as Leet Bonnie Brantley as Jessie Tim Sherburn as Colin Eric Perry as Joe and Richard Nadolny as the Narrator Oz 9 is written by Shannon Perry, who also plays Madeline and Olivia Our theme music and other incidental music was written and performed by John Faley. Sounds from Freesound: https://freesound.org/people/JustInvoke/ (cracked tooth) https://freesound.org/people/SieuAmThanh/sounds/397787/ (alarm) https://freesound.org/people/mikaelfernstrom/sounds/68709/ (revving engine) https://freesound.org/people/audible-edge/sounds/76804/ (squealing tires) https://freesound.org/people/Diboz/sounds/211683/ (sounds of the bridge) https://freesound.org/people/Nexotron/sounds/371282/ (engine hum) https://freesound.org/people/peepholecircus/sounds/171705/ (door)

Sermons – Community Bible Chapel, Richardson, Texas
The Seventy, the Samaritan, and the Sulking Sister (Luke 10:1-42)

Sermons – Community Bible Chapel, Richardson, Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2018


The post The Seventy, the Samaritan, and the Sulking Sister (Luke 10:1-42) appeared first on Community Bible Chapel, Richardson, Texas.

The Casually Mollie Podcast
S1 EP7: Casually Sulking (& Talking About Mental Health) with Cara Barresi Chandler

The Casually Mollie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2018 38:04


Saint Louis actress and native Cara Barresi Chandler sits down with friend and host Mollie Amburgey to discuss her concept of 'casually sulking' and how mental health is so important to the human existence. Bringing to light that life can be very fast pace and on individual agendas, both women come to the conclusion that listening to others needs to be something of habit, reflection is necessary to move forward, and how they are both unofficial spokeswomen for the show 'Broad City.' 

Franklin Christian Church Sermons

This prophet of God, who preached a message of warning

Garden Clinic Digs Deeper
Linda's Honey-Do List for Winter

Garden Clinic Digs Deeper

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2018 20:46


Jog your memory with Linda’s list of winter gardening jobs.  Sharpen your tools, clean them regularly and store small hand tools in a bucket of clean sand with a little multipurpose 3 in 1 oil to moisten. Indoor plant care Citrus pruning time Fruit tree planting time Get into the veggie patch as there’s still time to plant Brassica vegetables including broccoli, sprouting broccoli, cabbage, turnips/turnip greens, rocket, kale, and all types of lettuce. Also plant shelling peas and sugar snaps now the weather is a little cooler and it’s the perfect time for lettuces.Strawberry runners trimmed and cut.Stone fruit spray to prevent peach leaf curl plus her quick 5 second recipe for kale chips Fix for a Sulking magnolia Green Madonna lily & she answers whether grass clippings can be used as mulchAsk a question via our Facebook page facebook.com/GardenClinicClub/Keep connected with us on Instagram @linda_kirin_ross@gardenclinicclub

Garden Clinic Digs Deeper with Linda Ross
Linda's Honey-Do List for Winter

Garden Clinic Digs Deeper with Linda Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2018 20:46


Jog your memory with Linda’s list of winter gardening jobs.  Sharpen your tools, clean them regularly and store small hand tools in a bucket of clean sand with a little multipurpose 3 in 1 oil to moisten. Indoor plant care Citrus pruning time Fruit tree planting time Get into the veggie patch as there’s still time to plant Brassica vegetables including broccoli, sprouting broccoli, cabbage, turnips/turnip greens, rocket, kale, and all types of lettuce. Also plant shelling peas and sugar snaps now the weather is a little cooler and it’s the perfect time for lettuces.Strawberry runners trimmed and cut.Stone fruit spray to prevent peach leaf curl plus her quick 5 second recipe for kale chips Fix for a Sulking magnolia Green Madonna lily & she answers whether grass clippings can be used as mulchAsk a question via our Facebook page facebook.com/GardenClinicClub/Keep connected with us on Instagram @linda_kirin_ross@gardenclinicclub

Bluecast
Canese Jarboe With Anni Liu

Bluecast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2018 18:01


Canese Jarboe reads from “Landscape with my father and a dead man's harmonica,” and we interview Poetry Editor, Anni Liu, on why she chose the piece. Listen here for an glimpse of our latest issue and insight into our selection process. “Landscape with my father and a dead man's harmonica” was originally published in Indiana Review 39.2, Fall 2017. Thanks to Youtube Audio Library, Will Rosati for "Sulking," and Puddle of Infinity for "Dream Yourself Smooth."

Audioblivious Productions
Wynabego Warrior Season 2 Mini Episode 1: I'll Take My Chances

Audioblivious Productions

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2018 25:52


This mini episode takes place during Episode 1 of Season 2 when Lizzie kicked John out of Granny and Gramps' house. Sulking, John recollects the first time he got his heart broken. find all of our shows at http://audiobliviousproductions.com consider supporting us at http://patreon.com/audiobliviousproductions find merchandise at http://teespring.com/audiobliviousproductions          

The Busy Mom
Big Picture Parenting Part 3: Sulking & Impulsivity

The Busy Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2017 16:38


I recently got an email from a mom who is having some trouble disciplining her kids.I’m sure we can all agree we have trouble with that from time to time – right? Parenting is not easy. God wants to shape you, mold you, through the process of parenting your children. Listen to part 3 of 4 as we talk about sulking and impulsivity in our kids, and let's talk through how to replace those with joy and discernment! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support

War and Beast: A Beast Wars Rewatch Podcast - Audio Entropy
Episode 9 - How would you motion capture a Surfing Electric Rat?

War and Beast: A Beast Wars Rewatch Podcast - Audio Entropy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2016 118:23


Welcome to another Saturday, Beast Wars Fans!! We are John-less this week so Greg, Jordan and Kendall go through episode 9 "A Better Mousetrap" and give their thoughts and impressions on it as well as all the other topics they cover. This week we discuss: Canadian Thanksgiving!; Rattrap's name in Japanese is Rattle?; Is there any detail as to why it says "Pud Loser"?; I wonder what she's reading?; Shout out to Sailor Business...BWONG!; It looks like a face; It's like Frylock's lasers; Education minute; Sulking sector; Kendall almost pressed a thing again; The little robot voice inside the robot; Star Wars reminiscing; We didn't get a butt-wiggle; You would think stealth mode would be way quieter; Technically it was a bomb; The security code was "hit the console"; Listener questions! Please feel free to follow us on twitter (@WarandBeast) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/warandbeastpodcast/) or email us at warandbeastpodcast@gmail.com. We are happy to read any questions that are sent in. And as always, please support the Audio Entropy network at audioentropy.com!

Providence Sermons
1 Sam 16:1-13 | Sulking, Seeing, and Serving

Providence Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2016 64:36


1 Sam 16:1-13 | Sulking, Seeing, and Serving by Providence Church, Marshall

The Mighty Mommy's Quick and Dirty Tips for Practical Parenting
368 MM 5 Tips to Deal with a Mopey Child

The Mighty Mommy's Quick and Dirty Tips for Practical Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2016 8:45


Sulking is not a pleasant personality trait, but some kids tend to pout alot more easily than others. Mighty Mommy has 5 tips to help nip mopey behavior in the bud. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/22kGXj5

Leadership AdvantEdge: Leadership | Influence | Talent | Neuroscience
LA 008: How do I influence without manipulating or coercing them?

Leadership AdvantEdge: Leadership | Influence | Talent | Neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2016 14:35


When I started my first degree at university, I knew I had to get myself a car. Until this point, a motorbike had served me well, but I was going to university in Manchester, England, 200 miles from my job and my girlfriend. I spotted an advert in the local paper from a local used car dealership offering a "Reliable, one careful owner, full service history, Austin 1100 in British Racing Green." It was old but almost in my price range. The dealer was friendly, kind and helpful. He took me out for a test drive and assured me that the car was an absolute bargain. He told me how thrilled he had been from the response to the advert and even forewarned me that someone else had called just before I arrived and they wanted to buy the car too. [player] The dealer was friendly, kind and helpful. He took me out for a test drive and assured me that the car was an absolute bargain. He told me how thrilled he had been from the response to the advert and even forewarned me that someone else had called just before I arrived and they wanted to buy the car too.  Does it matter whether I influence or persuade or manipulate, so long as I get the right result? Does it matter whether I influence or persuade or manipulate, so long as I get the right result? He shared a story about his own Austin 1100 that had been such a reliable little runner. Cheap to maintain and would quite happily trot up and down the motorway regularly. On top of that, it was cheap to insure and easy to get parts "should anything ever go wrong with it." I asked if he could knock a few quid off the price because I was a little short. He tried to get his boss to help, but there was sadly now way. I borrowed the difference from my best friend and I was thrilled to head off that very afternoon down south and was a little surprised as I hauled past Oxford and an orange light appeared on the dashboard. Does it matter whether I influence or persuade or manipulate, so long as I get the right result?He shared a story about his own Austin 1100 that had been such a reliable little runner. Cheap to maintain and would quite happily trot up and down the motorway regularly. On top of that, it was cheap to insure and easy to get parts "should anything ever go wrong with it." I asked if he could knock a few quid off the price because I was a little short. He tried to get his boss to help, but there was sadly now way. I borrowed the difference from my best friend and I was thrilled to head off that very afternoon down south and was a little surprised as I hauled past Oxford and an orange light appeared on the dashboard. He shared a story about his own Austin 1100 that had been such a reliable little runner. Cheap to maintain and would quite happily trot up and down the motorway regularly. On top of that, it was cheap to insure and easy to get parts "should anything ever go wrong with it." I asked if he could knock a few quid off the price because I was a little short. He tried to get his boss to help, but there was sadly now way. I borrowed the difference from my best friend and I was thrilled to head off that very afternoon down south and was a little surprised as I hauled past Oxford and an orange light appeared on the dashboard. I had bought a lemon. So why had I, an educated, not completely dim, and otherwise quite sensible person been duped into buying something? Are we influenced when we are duped? Yes we are. You'll remember from the Triangle of Influence that we are influenced when someone connects a desired result in such a way that the benefit outweighs our cost resulting in motivation. Influence is often considered to be a positive thing. But it has some closely related cousins known as: Persuasion Manipulation, and Coercion Persuasion is still considered OK, but to have been influenced rather than persuaded would be better. To have been forced or threatened into doing something is particularly unpleasant, while being manipulated to do the very same thing is regarded as wrong. How do I tell them apart? Sadly, we may not know until after the fact. Certainly the difference between influence, persuasion and manipulation can be very subtle. You could be using the exact same words to achieve the exact same result. The intent behind them, however is different. How do we influence? Beyond having real empathy with someone, there are four specific aspects of life we can use to influence or persuade anyone: Encourage their dreams Every single person I have ever met has dreams. They want to achieve something in their life, they may not know exactly what that is, but it is better than whatever they have achieved thus far in life. To influence someone you could encourage their dreams. That the benefit they will attain moves them towards their dreams Allay fears Everyone has fears. Most people will admit that they fear failure to some extent. Many people fear death. Does anybody like to be rejected? Some are afraid of flying. According to studies, more people fear public speaking than anything else. To influence someone to act you could allay their fears. That the benefit will be greater confidence for example, competence or simply the courage to act at all. You might also reduce the cost burden by allying someone's fears of undertaking the action you are proposing. Justify their failings We have all failed in our lives. Many of these failings we keep to ourselves through a false sense of pride, or worse that others will think badly of us if we admit them. Yet we all have them. Nobody likes to fail. It hurts. And isn’t it so good when our failure is not our fault? A powerful tool in the influencers arsenal is to have enough courage themselves to admit their own failings to others (you are not alone) and that there is a perfectly good reason (excuse) for failing. Help them throw rocks at their enemy There's nothing quite like a common enemy to unite people. And that enemy doesn't have to be other people. An "enemy" could be as simple as "dirty hair" - watch any shampoo advert. So what did that car dealer do to me? The car survived that first trip by the way. Although I couldn’t get her to go faster than 50mph. I pulled off the motorway and continued my journey south on the A roads. The following morning I called a mechanic from the local village near the hotel. Oh did he have a good laugh. It was all so amusing. How I had paid good, hard-earned money for a "total lemon". Gosh, how I enjoyed his joyful banter and bemused expression as he noted the growing list of necessary and expensive repairs. It would seem that I had been manipulated into buying the car. The dealer had deliberately and shrewdly given me misleading information about the benefits I would get from buying the car. He might not have lied when he had said "one careful owner", but he certainly could have told me that there had been several less than careful owners. Selling me that car was beneficial for him and not really for me. Does it matter whether I influence or persuade or manipulate, so long as I get the right result? Have you ever visited a shopping mall and spotted a badly behaved child lying on the floor beating their tiny little fists, and screaming that life is unfair? At that moment, that child is practicing their influence. Just being sweet, kind and alive didn’t trigger the desired reward. Perhaps asking nicely hadn't had the desired effect. Raising of the voice yielded no benefit. Sulking and crying to induce guilty feelings about parental control quickly evaporated as a waste of effort. Now, at the stage of 'bad-tempered meltdown', the child is recruiting the assistance of social pressure as an outside force and potential threat to the parent's standing in the community. After all, which parent hasn’t felt the pressure to give in just to stop those looks? Have you ever visited a shopping mall and spotted a badly behaved child lying on the floor beating their tiny little fists, and screaming that life is unfair? At that moment, that child is practicing their influence. Just being sweet, kind and alive didn’t trigger the desired reward. Perhaps asking nicely hadn't had the desired effect. Raising of the voice yielded no benefit. Sulking and crying to induce guilty feelings about parental control quickly evaporated as a waste of effort. Now, at the stage of 'bad-tempered meltdown', the child is recruiting the assistance of social pressure as an outside force and potential threat to the parent's standing in the community. After all, which parent hasn’t felt the pressure to give in just to stop those looks? When we influence someone, we do so unwittingly. We have power to cause changes without directly forcing them to happen. When we deliberately act to cause someone to change, we begin persuading them to do so. If we are being shrewd or devious and the benefit is largely in our own favour, then we are said to be manipulating someone. And if we threaten or are forceful, we begin to coerce the other person. For most people, the process of moving from one to another is simply an escalation of force to achieve a desired result. Surely the end justifies the means, right? It's an argument that the tobacco companies use to this day. It's really a question of who benefits and at what cost? As we move from influence, to persuasion, to manipulation to coercion, the amount of effort on the part of the influencer increase. The benefit gained over the cost for the influenced decreases and thus, any change becomes less sustainable. As soon as the influencer neglects to mention certain costs, or exaggerates the benefits - then they have shifted to manipulation. Is it right to do so? Only you can be your judge.   It's an argument that the tobacco companies use to this day. It's really a question of who benefits and at what cost? As we move from influence, to persuasion, to manipulation to coercion, the amount of effort on the part of the influencer increase. The benefit gained over the cost for the influenced decreases and thus, any change becomes less sustainable. As soon as the influencer neglects to mention certain costs, or exaggerates the benefits - then they have shifted to manipulation. Is it right to do so? Only you can be your judge.     INFLUENCE WITHOUT AUTHORITY Be first to know... Click here

Leicester City Football Club
Episode 34 - Sulking Sherwood

Leicester City Football Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2015 30:23


With sore throats from last Sunday, Owynn Palmer-Atkin is joined by Alan Young and Phil Holloway as they try to pick the bones out of City's 3-2 victory over Aston Villa. The three analyse The Foxes incredible form and also look ahead to Stoke City on Saturday. Contact Details; Twitter; twitter.com/OwynnPA twitter.com/100lcfc Facebook; facebook.com/100lcfc facebook.com/OwynnPA Website; www.leicesterfantv.com owynnpalmeratkin.wordpress.com

Sermons Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCA)
Searching Questions for a Sulking Servant

Sermons Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCA)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2015


Rotherham Evangelical Church

Date: 16 March 2014Series: Jonah: Chased By GraceSpeaker: Ian Jones

Rotherham Evangelical Church

Date: 16 March 2014Series: Jonah: Chased By GraceSpeaker: Ian Jones

Professor Footnote
S01-05 The Sulking Hero of the West: Teddy Roosevelt in North Dakota

Professor Footnote

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2014 61:52


There were many reasons young American men went West in the early history of the United States. Maybe Thomas Jefferson sent you. Maybe you went looking for more farm land. Maybe you went looking for an adventure. Of all the reasons to go West, most of them involve a desire to make a name for oneself. But for Theodore Roosevelt in the 1880s, going West was a way to escape his name, his reputation as a wealthy child of privilege, and his very unfortunate private life.

/dev/hell
Episode 14: The PHP Guy Is Sulking

/dev/hell

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2012


This week we’re joined by Justin Searls, JavaScript developer and JS testing EXPERT. We talk lots about building and testing “fat” browser apps, particularly about best practices and different testing approaches. After a while Chris felt bad and told us to shut up. This was the first podcast we broadcast live while recording. Big ups to WonderNetwork for providing the streaming bandwidth, and Engine Yard for sponsoring the podcast. Keep an eye on the @dev_hell Twitter account for info on our next live stream. If you love us, you will do these things: You should follow us on Twitter here. You should rate us on iTunes here Listen Download now (MP3, 33.1MB, 1:16) Notes TestDouble training.gaslightsoftware.com Backbone Idiomatic JS Require.js Jasmine Cucumber Behat Michael Feathers book on working with legacy code Rails asset pipeline Dieter for Clojure Kohana Assets Assetic Webassets for Python Drumkit.js by Chris Powers QUnit Searls on GitHub https://github.com/searls/jasmine-fixture https://github.com/searls/jasmine-given https://github.com/searls/jasmine-stealth Pro JavaScript (John Resig)

Eagle Bible Church
Angrily Sulking Before God (Jonah 4)

Eagle Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2010 39:13


VintageRadioShows.com
X-Minus One -- The Sulking Permit

VintageRadioShows.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2010


X-Minus One -- The Sulking Permit Once again we bring you an episode of our favorite Sci-Fi series - X-Minus One. Not sure if it's the opening sequence or the great production values, or the quality of the stories being presented... it's just our favorite. This episode is an adaptation of Robert Sheckley's the Skulking Permit. For more Vintage Radio shows, please visit us at VintageRadioShows.com.