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He's won 3 of 4 races in NHRA Fuel Tech Pro Mod! Kris Thorne is our guest on WFO Radio. Kris will give the details of his dominating win, his background on the TV show Pinks, his thoughts on letting his driving do the talking. You'll love this one.
This week, I have something of really insane value for you. I sat down with Carolyn Young, a 30-year veteran of the business, to role play the listing presentation script she uses to convert about 95% of her opportunities. And for context, she went on 200 listing appointments last year. This year, she's on track for SIX MILLION dollars in commission. Her strategy is this… Carolyn has 70 beautiful, laminated slides which she brings with her to every appointment. She goes over them one by one and has her script adjustments ready for any objection that could possibly arise. This is an episode you MUST watch or listen to, so I suggest you do that, right now. But I want to give you a heads-up… You're not going to get to see the slides here. You will, however, get to see them in Dallas at ourSummit event next month. Carolyn will be doing an on-stage listing presentation complete with all 70 of her slides seen clearly on the big screen. She'll handle the toughest objections and answer any questions you have. Believe me… you will not want to miss it. Reserve your spot at Summit today!
In today's society, we don't teach men to protect themselves and protect their families. But part of being a better Dad and a better husband is being able to take care of your loved ones in every way possible. If you find yourself in a situation where their lives were in danger, would you be able to respond? Let's face it, we're making ourselves easy targets by ignoring violence's role in our lives. Like it or not, it's out there. Understanding it and knowing when and how to use it can make the difference in life-threatening scenarios. Today's guest, Tim Larkin, encourages us to shift our mindset around violence. Tim is the founder of Target Focus Training and has coached over 10,000 people from over 52 countries on using their brains and bodies to prevent, prepare for, and survive unthinkable events. In the first of our two-part conversation, we discuss why hope won't save you in life-threatening situations, the little things you can do today to improve your family's safety, and why understanding violence allows you to have a calmer life. Finally, I've got some exciting news! We've got two important dates to add to your calendars: The Inaugural Live Summit is happening in Austin, Texas on December 2-4th. This is a LIVE EVENT with some great speakers like Hal Elrod, Justin Donald and more! Visit FrontRowDads.com/Live for more details and to book your spot today. Our next Online Summit is happening on July 21, 2022 where we'll be focusing on the Intentional Parenting Pillar. Visit FrontRowDads.com/Summit to book your spot right now. Tim Larkin Podcast Highlights - Part 1 How the goal should be to get to a point where you won't even need to use violence. But it requires work to get there. The more you understand how violence works, the more peaceful your life will be. How you're making yourself vulnerable to attacks and home invasions in ways you're not even aware of. That owning a dog can be a great deterrent for home intruders. Tim's basic checklist you can apply that will dramatically improve the safety of your home and family. Get the Full Show Notes Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/342 Want to learn more about Front Row Dads? We are in the business of building better families. While most dads would say that family matters most, the challenge is they feel guilty knowing their careers get the best of them, and their family seems to get the rest of them. We help Dads become family men with businesses, not businessmen who have families, so they can thrive personally AND professionally. Subscribe to the Front Row Dad podcast to learn about fatherhood, marriage and how to level up your game at home, or if you're ready for the best coaching and true brothers to grow with, Join The Brotherhood! Are you getting all the shows? Subscribe today! Want to leave a review? THANK YOU! http://FrontRowDads.com/review
You've heard people speak about the power of community in healing, making change, and even living longer, but did you know that community has been the single driving force of many leaders' and companies' success? Revolutionary tech founders, presidents, and world-renowned artists have one thing in common… they know how to build and leverage communal thinking and collaboration. Jeff Rosenthal is no different. Jeff is a Co-Founder of Summit, a forward-thinking organization founded on building relationships, connecting with people, and fostering generosity to build successful and fulfilling businesses. Through a series of invitation-only events, Summit fosters a global community of entrepreneurs, academics, athletes, artists, astronauts, authors, chefs, engineers, explorers, philanthropists, spiritual leaders, scientists, and beyond. In this discussion, Chase and Jeff talk about the beauty and challenges of launching, growing, and scaling a start-up and building community in the entrepreneurship space. He shares his biggest revelation since starting Summit, the self-care practices that keep him at his peak, and why it's so important to bet on your friends. He also describes the purpose and process behind his new book, Make No Small Plans: Lessons on Thinking Big, Cashing Dreams, and Building Community. Follow Jeff Rosenthal @reffjosenthal Follow Chase on Instagram @chase_chewning Follow him on Twitter @chasechewning Key Highlights Jeff sheds light on the creation and development of Summit, detailing how he and his team worked through failure and defined their meaning of success as a new, growing social impact start-up. Is it healthy to hustle and grind as an entrepreneur? You'll hear Jeff speak on his belief that the core of entrepreneurship is being afflicted by your ambition to create, along with why you need to believe in yourself irrationally. There's immense power in community, collaboration, and the exchanging of wisdom between business and thought leaders. You don't need to have an existing community to build community. You just need to find a passion so that when you meet people who share that passion and hold a deeper knowledge of it, you get to exchange wisdom and therefore, build community. Sometimes, as a business leader, it can feel like people are only building a relationship with you to capitalize on it. Listen in as Jeff shares his best advice for not being a capitalist in your community. Jeff highlights his opinion on one of the biggest economic and environmental movements of our lifetime, the decarbonization of our economy, and why that's so exciting to him. Is it possible to create, develop, and build trust virtually? How can you transition from a virtual community to an in-person community post-pandemic? Tune in to hear Jeff's answers! Episode resources: Save 20% on men's skin care with code EVERFORWARD at https://www.CalderaLab.com Save 15% on Mellö with code EVERFORWARD at https://www.HelloNed.com/everforward Learn more about Summit Buy his book Make No Small Plans or get it free with your 30-day trial at https://audibletrial.com/everforward
Patricia and Christian talk to economist and president of the Global Institute For Sustainable Prosperity, Professor Fadhel Kaboub about some of the events featured at this year's World Economic Forum summit in Davos. Please help sustain this podcast! Patrons get early access to all episodes and patron-only episodes: https://www.patreon.com/MMTpodcast For an intro to MMT: Listen to our first three episodes: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41742417 And Episode 126 - Dirk Ehnts: How Banks Create Money: https://www.patreon.com/posts/62603318 All our episodes in chronological order: https://www.patreon.com/posts/43111643 Fadhel Kaboub's work: http://www.global-isp.org/president/ Fadhel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FadhelKaboub All our episodes with Fadhel Kaboub: https://www.patreon.com/posts/43484621 For more on the Edward Lipiński Foundation's MMT Summer School in Poznań, Poland (10th - 14th August 2022): https://fundacjalipinskiego.pl/wydarzenia/mmt-summer-school-2022/ Sign up for alerts from The Gower Initiative For Modern Money Studies about their forthcoming MMT book: https://gimms.org.uk/ More on monetary operations: Episode 20 - Warren Mosler: The MMT Money Story (part 1): https://www.patreon.com/posts/28004824 Episode 126 - Dirk Ehnts: How Banks Create Money: https://www.patreon.com/posts/62603318 Episode 13 - Steven Hail: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Banking, But Were Afraid To Ask: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41790887 Episode 43 - Sam Levey: Understanding Endogenous Money: https://www.patreon.com/posts/35073683 “An Accounting Model of the UK Exchequer – 2nd edition” by Andrew Berkeley, Richard Tye & Neil Wilson: https://gimms.org.uk/2021/02/21/an-accounting-model-of-the-uk-exchequer/ Our episodes about “An Accounting Model of the UK Exchequer”: Part 1: https://www.patreon.com/posts/46352183 Part 2: https://www.patreon.com/posts/46865929 On digital currency Rohan Grey's writing: https://rohangrey.net/writing/ Our Rohan grey episodes: https://www.patreon.com/posts/43558419 Full list of World Economic Forum panels: https://www.weforum.org/events/world-economic-forum-annual-meeting-2022/programme Panel - The View from Capitol Hill: https://www.weforum.org/events/world-economic-forum-annual-meeting-2022/sessions/the-view-from-capitol-hill Panel - What Next for Global Growth? (featuring Mariana Mazzucato): https://www.weforum.org/events/world-economic-forum-annual-meeting-2022/sessions/aligning-on-new-approaches-to-economic-policy-making Panel - The Four-Day Week: Necessity or Luxury?: https://www.weforum.org/events/world-economic-forum-annual-meeting-2022/sessions/the-four-day-week-necessity-or-luxury More on inflation: Episode 7: Steven Hail: Inflation, Price Shocks and Other Misunderstandings: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41780508 Episode 65 - Phil Armstrong: Understanding Inflation: https://www.patreon.com/posts/40672678 Episode 104 - John T Harvey: Inflation, Stagflation & Healing The Nation: https://www.patreon.com/posts/52207835 Episode 123 - Warren Mosler: Understanding The Price Level And Inflation: https://www.patreon.com/posts/59856379 Episode 128 - L. Randall Wray & Yeva Nersisyan: What's Causing Accelerating Inflation? Pandemic Or Policy Response?: https://www.patreon.com/posts/63776558 Our Job Guarantee episodes: Episode 4 - Fadhel Kaboub: What is the Job Guarantee?: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41742701 Episode 47 - Pavlina Tcherneva: Building Resilience - The Case For A Job Guarantee: https://www.patreon.com/posts/36034543 A list of MMT-informed campaigns and organisations worldwide: https://www.patreon.com/posts/47900757 We are working towards full transcripts, but in the meantime, closed captions for all episodes are available on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEp_nGVTuMfBun2wiG-c0Ew/videos Transcript for opening monologue: https://www.patreon.com/posts/68600332 Show notes: https://www.patreon.com/posts/68600373
Join Us for Inclusion Summit Event 2022! In episode 107, Ally Cedeno shares about the upcoming Inclusion Summit Event taking place on August 3rd, 2022. This is the first event of its kind in the maritime industry that will guide you through what's needed to build belonging through policy, and explore topics in allyship. Come […] The post Inclusion Summit Event 2022, Episode 107 appeared first on Women Offshore. Related posts: Virtual Career Day 2022, Episode 98 Diversity & Inclusion with MARAD, Episode 10 Pregnant Offshore Part 4, Episode 102 Pregnant Offshore Part 2, Episode 100 Pregnant Offshore Part I, Episode 99
Darrell Rice is released from prison, but the publicity of his indictments makes a normal life elusive. The FBI plans a summit to examine other possible murders by Evonitz, but it falls by the wayside. Two decades later, we give it a shot. Description / Show Notes: The Pamela Gould Special — We're hosting this 24-page special investigation from the Fredericksburg Freelance-Star until it is made available elsewhere. If you want to dive deep on the comparisons of Rice, Evonitz, and forensic evidence, this is where to start. Rt. 29 Sketches — Images of all six sketches, plus photos of Rice and Evonitz “The FBI should use DNA, not posters, to solve a cold-case murder” — Dierdre Enright's 2021 appeal in the Washington Post to check Evonitz DNA in the slayings of Julie & Lollie Innocence Project says answers to cold-case Shenandoah murders may sit buried in FBI evidence locker — A report by WUSA9, including interviews with Julie's father, the parents of Alicia Showalter Reynolds, and Dierdre Enright Thank you to our sponsor June's Journey. Download June's Journey free today on the Apple App Store or Google Play! Thank you to our sponsor Switchcraft! Download Switchcraft for free and unlock the magical mystery! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode, we review some raspberry morning oats from Summit to Eat and some Guatemalan coffee from The Brew Company. You can pick up these and more from the Base Camp website: basecampfood.com . Do you love this podcast? And want it to go on for as long as possible? If so, help us out by buying some TISP stickers, or by shopping at some of the best websites in the biz with these links and codes. Grim Survival: Use code IRISHSURVIVAL for 10% off grimworkshop.com Wazoo: https://www.wazoosurvivalgear.com?aff=ISP Use code ISP2021 for 10% off Powertac: www.powertac.com/IRISHSURVIVAL Use code IRISHSURVIVAL for 15% off Wilderness 121: Use code IRISHSURVIVAL for 10% off wilderness121store.uk
Do you have a loved one suffering from dementia? Are you worried about your own cognitive health as you age? If so, this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast is for you! Our guest, Dr. Heather Sandison, the founder of Solcere Health Clinic, and Marama, the first residential care facility for the elderly of its kind, and a leading expert in the field of integrative medicine, shares her insights on how to protect your brain and prevent or reverse dementia. In this episode you will learn: The role that hormones play in brain health The benefits of lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, for cognitive health The genetic determinism of Alzheimer's disease and what you can do to mitigate your risk The tests and treatments available to prevent and treat dementia The complex system science approach versus the reduction approach to brain health And much more! If you are interested in learning more about how to protect your brain and prevent or reverse dementia, this episode is a must-listen! (00:00): Do you think that dementia is a done deal and that once you get it, you'll always have it. Well, you need to listen up because that's actually a lie. (00:12): So the big question is how do women over 40, like us, keep weight off, have great energy balance. Our hormones in our moods feel sexy and confident and master midlife. If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself. Again. As an OB GYN, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock, solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy. After 40 in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results. And to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges, join me for tangible natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston welcome to the hormone prescription podcast. (01:05): Hi, everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the hormone prescription with Dr. Kyrin. Thank you so much for joining me today. If you believe that dementia is a done deal in that, once you have it, you will always have it. It will progress and get worse. Then you need to listen up because that is just not true anymore. The truth is that you can prevent and reverse cognitive decline and Alzheimer's and other types of dementia. When you take a root cause all systems approach. And my guest today is an expert on this. She is going to break it down for you. She's also hosting a wonderful summit that is coming up on Alzheimer's and cognitive functioning and dementia and how to prevent and reverse it. So I definitely want you to attend that. We'll have the link in the show notes, because this is for everyone. (02:00): You know, don't hear this title and think, oh, uh, my brain is fine, right? It takes decades to develop cognitive decline and dementia. And so if you have a brain, and you're a human, and you're getting older, which is just about every one of us, then you need to listen up, cuz you need to be doing things, taking steps to protect your precious brain, your mainframe computer. Now. So we'll dive into talking to Heather. She gave a masterclass today about all the things that you need to be doing for your brain. Don't be overwhelmed though, because in her summit she's going to go into with experts like me, way more detail. And of course I'm the hormone expert and hormones. You definitely need a prescription for hormones. If you want to protect your brain, you cannot have optimized brain function without it. So we'll dive into that, but I'll tell you a little bit about Dr. (02:56): Heather and we'll get started. She's really rather remarkable. Dr. Heather Sandison is the founder of SOCE health clinic and MIMA the first residential care facility for the elderly of its kind at SOCE Dr. Sandison and her team of doctors and health coaches focused primarily on supporting patients, looking to optimize cognitive function, prevent mental decline and reverse dementia by addressing root causes of imbalance in the brain and body. This is something all of you should be doing. She was awarded a grant to study an individualized integrative approach to reversing dementia and is a primary investigator on the it H N C L R clinical trial at Marama. Dr. Sandison has created an immersive residential experience in the lifestyle proven to best support brain health. She understands that changing her diet, adding nutrients, creating community and optimizing a healing environment are all challenging. Even for those with full cognitive capacity at Marama, she's done the work for you, all you or your loved one need to do is show up. She is also the host of the reverse Alzheimer's summit and collective insights podcast, where she works to share what is possible for those suffering with dementia. Welcome Dr. Heather Sandison. (04:23): Thanks. It's so exciting to be here with you. (04:25): Yeah, I am so excited about your summit coming up. Many of my listeners know that my mom suffers with advanced Alzheimer's and I really I'm so passionate about helping others to know how to prevent and reverse cognitive decline. Cuz personally, I think it is the most devastating disease someone could be diagnosed with. How did you come to be so passionate about preserving cognitive capacity and preventing and reversing Alzheimer's? (04:59): Well, as you know, it's an absolutely torturous disease, not only for the person experiencing it, but for all of their loved ones who have to watch this slow painful demise. And the reason I became so passionate was because there's a bit of injustice in this, right? I was told that there was nothing you could do for dementia by very well meaning very well educated instructors when I was in school just 10, 12 years ago, right? Like this is very recent history I was told. There's nothing you could do to suggest otherwise is to give someone false hope and that's just cruel. Right? So don't do that. And then fast forward a few years I saw Dr. Bison speak at a conference and I was really intrigued because his approach, he was saying, you could reverse dementia. You could reverse cognitive decline. And his approach made a lot of common sense. (05:54): It just wasn't common practice to kind of put all of functional medicine together and apply it to someone with dementia. So what he was describing was BA essentially complex system science approach, the opposite of the reductionistic approach that conventional medicine has been taking for decades, where they try to create one pill or one IV formula that's gonna cure Alzheimer's right. And then everybody's gonna get on it and nobody's gonna have it again. Well, this is really a false premise. It doesn't work because it's based on this idea that beta amyloid plaques or tell proteins these pathological or, or histological really physiological changes. They're almost like scar tissue in the brain that they are the ones that cause dementia or, or Alzheimer's when in fact it's what causes that scar tissue is what causes dementia. And so what I saw after seeing Dr Bison speak was that I was intrigued, right. (06:55): I, I was skeptical, but I was curious. And so like when I had and did his training, I came back to my office still skeptical, but my first patient Linda came into my office after I was on Dr. Bison's website. Right. I was on the list of people who had been trained by him. And so I had patients showing up asking, uh, because there weren't other people in San Diego who had been trained by him at that point. And so Linda came in with her husband, very enthusiastic, totally committed to doing everything she could. Now for your listeners who aren't familiar with a mocha score, this is the Montreal cognitive assessment. And it's a score out of 30. So 30 is perfect. We really wanna get over 26, especially as we're aging. And when we start to be able to measure cognitive decline. So this can be sometimes you hear this called mild cognitive impairment. (07:46): And I won't go on the tangent about how I feel about that use of language . But as you get down into the teens, lower teens, this is Alzheimer's disease. This is relatively severe dementia, where you're having trouble taking, having a conversation. Maybe you get lost in familiar places. You aren't nonverbal. Like you can still have a conversation, but often you're repeating yourself. Unable to work is very typical at this stage. Now, by the time you get to a two, a three, a four, this person is, is answering with yes or no statements, right? They're they can't hold complex concepts in their mind. They can't hold questions for very long. And this is where Linda was. Linda was at a two out of 30. So she could answer with yes or no. Her handwriting had been affected. So it was a bit shaky. It was at a very severe slant. (08:35): It was very, very small letters. Her relationship with her husband of course, was severely affected. They couldn't hold a conversation and he loved her so much. I mean, it was so inspiring to watch how committed he was to her and how much he wanted to work hard to get her back. And I could see in Linda, she had this big, bright smile, and she was in there. She wore these loud, amazing clothes, you know, lots of mismatch and lots of color and hats and accessories. It was just great. And you could see who she had been and these little remnants personality that were peaking through. Well, her and her husband went home and they got out of a moldy bedroom. She got hers removed from her mouth. She got on biodentical hormones. She started all of the supplements. They went fully keto. They started ballroom dancing three to four times a week. (09:28): And they started walking like vigorous walking exercise every day of the week and low and behold, six, seven weeks later, she came back and her mocha was a seven. Her life had been transformed. So she was now bickering with her husband about something that had happened on the ride to the clinic, which I was just like in disbelief. I could, I thought, you know, I was looking at her mocha scores, her worksheets and going, did we do it wrong? Like, did we miss anything? Like I just, my brain couldn't process that this was possible because I had been told the old refrain that people are still told that, that you couldn't do this. That this was impossible that I started crying because I was like, wait, what? This really works. And especially, I didn't have the confidence that it would work with someone with such severe disease. (10:18): So when I saw in that moment, when I saw what was possible for Linda, I mean, how could anyone not commit themselves to this for the rest of their lives, right? Like this is possible for Linda. Then what's possible for everyone else who is younger. Who's just noticing those first signs that their brain isn't working the way it used to 10 or five years ago. What's possible for people who know their genetic risk, if they can prevent it from ever even starting. We know that dementia, the changes in the brain, the inflammation, the toxic assaults, the, the infections, the imbalances that cause dementia, the trigger that scar tissue formation, those imbalances start decades before anyone notices changes in their cognitive function, in their memory. And so if we can intervene sooner, we can make Alzheimer's optional. People do not have to go down the torturous path that your mom has. (11:19): You could be scared. Your children could be spar. The torture of having to watch that of having to put someone in a home because they don't feel like they have the capacity to both raise their own children, work their full-time job, manage their house and care for the, their debilitated loved one with dementia. My life's purpose is changing the narrative around this, which is why I was so grateful that you joined me on the reverse Alzheimer's summit to help me in this crusade around telling people that I'm sorry, respectfully. I disagree with your neurologist who told you here's acept and Meda. It doesn't work very well. Get your affairs in order. There's nothing else that can be done. There's actually an overwhelming amount that can be done to support someone who's noticing their memory fading. (12:07): Oh my gosh. She said so much in there. And when you told Linda's story and how she and her husband just went and made radical changes in seven weeks had marked improvement. I cried because it's just such demonstrative of what is possible when people really take this seriously and they do all the things and they radically reevaluate and change their lifestyle. What is possible? It's sad to me that it requires us to have such pain in order to do it. We have to go so far that people aren't willing to do it, but I love that they did it. Oh my gosh. You've said so many things. all right. So let's dive into this, but I, I think this idea of complex systems science approach versus reduction approach really is the whole shift in paradigm in medicine that is about antiaging, metabolic, functional medicine. (13:06): It is the healthcare revolution. It is the next frontier. There's so many areas where we take this reductionist approach. Like it's just a disease, it's just symptom management and you have to deal with it and you have to control it, particularly not only with dementia. I think dementia is where this shows up as just this hopeless attitude of, oh, this is it. Get your affairs in order here, take these medicines. They don't really help. So let's dive a little into all the things that you've got to do, but I wanna start by talking, you mentioned genetic risk and I know people have heard there's Alzheimer's gene. They can't, most people readily access this, or maybe they can maybe, you know, of a place that people can get this, unless their doctor orders it. Can you talk a little bit about the genetics? What is the genetic determinism level with Alzheimer's and what's available? Mm-hmm (14:04): yeah, there's a lot of agency here, right? Like, so even if you have the worst genetics, there's still a chance that you'll be in the camp that doesn't get dementia. Right. So there it's much more about epigenetics than it is about genetics. Right? So that, that, the way I describe it to patients is it's as if an architect has written the, has drawn the plans for a house and that's your genetic, so that's the plan. And then where you build that house, if it's by the beach, or if it's up in the mountains or it's in the desert, if there's carpet or tile, or, you know, if it's facing east or west, if there's a happy family or a sad family in it, right? Like all of these epigenetic effects determine what that house ends up looking like. And, and if it's a great house to live in or not, and that's essentially your body, right? (14:50): So there's this genetic plan. And then there's the phenotype or what actually gets expressed, which is the actual house that gets built. Right? And so what we put into that house, what we put into that house that, you know, houses our soul that is so critically important to how that plan gets manifested. And so when we look at genetics, there are a few things and we are now, uh, you do have to get it through a doctor, but we are now offering the Alzheimer's risk test. And this takes not only APO E for genetics. So APO E genetics, let me describe APO E real quick, because this is kind the one that people know the most about and is the most indicative of late onset Alzheimer's. So there are a very rare form of early onset Alzheimer's and this would be your AP P your amyloid precursor protein and your Priscilla one and two. (15:41): We do not test for that. So for that, we have people go to a geneticist and, and understand their risk there. Now, even if they do have that risk, that elevated risk, we wanna be as proactive as possible, right? This just means you need to work a little harder than your neighbor or your spouse to do all of the things on the bison protocol and prevent this risk for manifesting. There is still a way this genetics are not determination, right? You, you, it's not black and white that you are destined to have, uh Alzheimer's if you have these genes. So, but what we wanna do is we wanna get on top of it faster. So then APO E APO E our ancestors all had APO E four, four, APO E basically predisposes you to create amyloid plaques earlier, quick, more quickly, when you are exposed to something that's causing inflammation in the brain. (16:34): So amyloid and tell proteins that they're antimicrobial, they're there to protect us. So they've been vilified and conventional medicine as the cause of Alzheimer's, but they're actually there in response to a trigger in the brain. And so, if you are creating these quicker, you do have a higher risk of dementia. And what we see this also APOE also affects fat metabolism, particularly saturated fat metabolism. So if you have a co you have a copy from mom, a copy from dad, and if you have an APOE four from mom and an APOE four from dad, you have a 50% chance of developing dementia. So my job is to make sure you're in the 50% that never gets any sign of cognitive decline. Now, the general population has about a 13% risk of developing dementia. So this is a highly increased risk. Now, if you have an APO E there's two, three, and four, two is pretty rare, but a three, four, it happens. (17:30): And this means you've got one, a three from mom or dad, and then a four from mom or dad. You have about a one in three risk of getting dementia. So again, I wanna keep you in that 66% that never gets dementia. Then if you have a, a two, three or a three, three or 2, 2, 1 of the other combinations without a four from mom or dad, then you have about a 9% risk of developing dementia. There's a little bit of protection actually from having an APOE two. So we use the Alzheimer's risk test, which takes another 112,000 single nucleotide polymorphisms, and takes them through an algorithm that was developed in the UK, and then gives someone a score. A very it's easy to look at, right? It's not a lot of snips. It's not one of these kind of through the internet, you get your raw data things. (18:16): This is a, this gives you a score that has a, a lot of very sophisticated data. That's been compiled and then analyzed. And it gives you a score out of one. So one being very high risk, zero being very low risk, and it includes a O E four, but also other genetic snips, single nucleotide polymorphisms. So if I'm talking to someone who is, say the daughter of someone with dementia, or the son of someone with dementia, maybe even the sibling or cousin of someone with dementia, this is a great test to take because there are people with a O E four who actually have relatively low genetic risk. There are people without a O E force positive alleles who have relatively high risk. And so we don't wanna oversimplify. Uh, and this test is the most accurate in determining whether or not someone will develop dementia. It's even more accurate than looking at amyloid in say, imaging or cerebral spinal fluid, or however, they're they find, um, ways to do that. Now, uh, I think they might even have a blood test that's available for research. (19:22): Okay. I know everybody's listening and, and really, I have never met a person who's not concerned about this. Although most women are most concerned about breast cancer. They're I think this is really where they should focus, because if you do get breast cancer in this day and age, you're most likely not going to diet from it, but an Alzheimer's dementia will certainly pause significant disability and premature death. So people can get this from your clinic. Can they get this from any doctor? Cuz I know there are women listening who are like, okay, I hear you, Dr. Heather, I need this test. Where do I get it? (19:58): So anyone in the us can get it through our clinic. What we do is we have a doctor who will review it with you and then they can help you find a BR trained provider near you. If you have high risk, we're gonna wanna do that quick. But if you have low risk, you know what a relief. So we have a doctor who can help you get that test. It's it's a pretty new test. It's clear. So it it's not reimbursed by insurance yet. So it's on the cutting edge. It's used most commonly actually in the pharmaceutical industry so that the scientists there can determine who's at higher risk and then target those people for drug discovery and for, and for the, the science that they're doing. Now, we wanna apply this so that we can get people preventing dementia. And so that's why I've really done my best to make it as widely available as possible, even though not many doctors in the us are offering it. So through my clinic, anywhere in the us, you can get this test done. And then we'll, you'll talk to a doctor here at Ary who will talk you through the implications and, and the interpretation of that, and then help get you supported by the bison train provider who can take it from there. (21:05): Okay. Awesome. And we will have the links and the show notes for all of this. So you can go there and get the links. And Dr. Heather has a great download for you, which will come to before we wrap up. So, okay. So we've got our risk, everybody. I think everyone should get checked now do not wait. And then let's talk about this complex system science approach versus reduction approach. You mentioned my favorite topic, hormone therapy. My mom was without hormones for, you know, over three decades. And that really was the only risk factor she had for dementia. And I am a huge proponent of the benefits of hormone replacement therapy. Not only for cognitive function, I mean, se what is it? 77 or 79% reduction in getting Alzheimer's if a woman is on hormone replacement therapy, I mean, that's just insane. It should be criminal not to give it (22:05): Well, you, you mentioned the breast cancer risk, right? This is I think what, yeah, a lot of people from pulling the trigger on a hormone replacement and I think what you said was perfect, right? Like, no, of course we don't want anyone to get breast cancer. However, there's been a lot of data that was misconstrued by the media that was misinterpreted. You know, they've gone back to the women's health initiative study and put some caveats on this whole idea that there was an increased risk of breast cancer. That was with oral estrogens. That was when non-bio identical estrogens. So we're not talking apples to apples when we consider bio identical hormone replacement now. And when you think about aging and what's going to be the most torturous, the most debilitating, the most expensive breast cancer is highly treatable. We are so lucky that we live in a time when breast cancer is really highly treatable. Mm-hmm . So even if there is this like a little bit of increased risk, which my understanding of the data. (23:05): Actually it's reduction, there's a reduction in risk of getting breast cancer. If you're on biodentical hormones. So you have a reduction in risk of breast CA of cancers. It all cause mortality, the, any reason for death, you have a reduction in risk for, and then the two things that affect women as they age, the most that are the most debilitating are gonna be a fall or dementia. These are gonna be the things that end you up in, in skilled nursing for too long, and then result in death and a torturous death where you're separated from your family, because you have to be in, in, in, you know, some kind of high acuity care and then dementia. I mean, this is torturous. Not only because just in and of itself, it's absolutely demoralizing. You lose all of your, of course cognitive capacity over time, but you also, you lose your dignity more than anything. (23:54): And this can last for a decade or more. No one knows when the torture is going to end it also it's financially bankrupting, right? Not only is it emotionally bankrupting and exhausting for any caregiver, it is financially bankrupting as well. And so if we can prevent falls and we can prevent dementia by getting on hormones, particularly if someone already has say osteoporosis or risk of bone disease or has risk of dementia, either genetically or they're starting to notice changes, particularly as they go through menopause, then the risks are far outweighed by the benefits when we consider hormone replacement therapy, if it's bio identical and the estrogen is used topically. (24:39): Yeah. So, so well said, thank you for sharing all of that. I agree. And wouldn't you say that the causes, uh, the factors that contribute to the creation of dementia are, are similar same factors to what contribute to bone thinning and osteoporosis. (24:59): Absolutely. Well, that's one of the amazing things about this co this complex system science approach, right? Is that instead of saying, what's that one thing that causes dementia, what we say is, Hey, how can we get every cell in the body working and functioning better? And when we do that, well, low and behold, the side effects are that your blood pressure normalizes, your hemoglobin A1C goes back to normal. You no longer have diabetes, your osteoporosis starts to improve. Yeah. The, the kind of the four part approach to like my formula for osteoporosis is estrogen replacement with, of course with progesterone and testosterone got nice and balanced and help with muscle building. So biodentical hormone replacement with estrogen being most important there, vitamin D with K minerals and then, uh, weight bearing exercise. And with those four things, I also like to check osteocalcin and beta cross ops and the blood every six months and then a DEXA scan every two years. And with that kind of plan, that basic simple plan. I see the majority of my patients, their bones get stronger on Dexus year, uh, every other year when we check. (26:07): Yes. Awesome. So I hope everybody's listening and taking care of these things. And I know in the summit that you're hosting, I'm super excited about it. You have experts that are gonna go in way more detail into all of these. So everybody listening needs to click the link in the show notes and sign up for that now, because you know, hopefully you're getting the, the message loud and clear that dementia is preventable and you can do things and you need, need to get on this early and often and take care of it. Or if you're already walking down that lane that you need to get out of it. So definitely wanna check that out, but briefly, what are some of the other factors I know you've touched on them. We've D we've talked about genetics in a little more detail, bioidentical hormones. What are some other factors that need to be addressed? (27:02): Yeah, well, we're giving away the keto diet guide. So I wanna talk a little bit about the fuel that brain runs on. So the vast majority of us live our days in glycolysis burning sugar for fuel. So ATP is that fuel it's like that gasoline that gets our cells going. It gives them all the energy to make new memories, to make those connections in the brain. We've all had that feeling of being kind of tired and it's a heavy lift to do something mentally. Well, if we are on our burning sugar for fuel that over time as we age, our brains are less sensitive to both sugar and to insulin that allows the sugar into the cells from the blood into the cells to be turned into fuel. So this doesn't work as efficiently. Now this is regardless of if you have diabetes or insulin resistance, anyone as we age, if we have been on a sugar, uh, burning carbohydrates for fuel. (27:55): And when I say sugar, I also be pasta bread, corn, you know, tortilla chips, all of the carbs, even squash and fruit. When we have been having consuming that every day for our entire lives, we don't get an opportunity to go into ketosis and burn fat for fuel. And so the brain starts to become less sensitive. It no longer efficiently burns sugar. And what we can do, this is the magic of the ketogenic diet is that we can flip the switch. We can turn our energy production from turning sugar into fuel, to turning fat into fuel and just switching the fuel. I mean, this is I, this is just divine design. It makes me I would get chills. When I think about how intelligent the body is and how is able to change out the fuel and burn it really efficiently. And so what people notice is that after getting on a ketogenic diet, they sleep better. They wake up with more energy, they lose weight. If that's the goal, cuz it's, it's very modulating for weight, their blood sugar improves and their memory comes back. They feel sharper cognitively. So I don't know if Kyrin you've ever been asked like, yo, is there a way that you can get more hours in my day? I just feel like there's not enough time (29:16): For everything, (29:17): Especially women, right? We're like doing so much constantly juggling and a ketogenic diet in my personal experience is the way to get another for me. I get another hour and a half in my day because instead of dragging myself out of bed at six 30 or seven, I'm up at five and I'm ready to go. This is certainly for me. I personally find it magic. And for so many of my patients, there was actually a, so many of my patients also report this. Now there was a, a trial done. It was a small feasibility trial of just nine participants. It was done in Florida and it was published in January of 2022 where they took nine again, nine participants with some co measurable cognitive decline. And they put them on a ketogenic diet for just six weeks. And they had statistically significant changes in cognitive functions. Six weeks later, if you were struggling with cognitive issues, this is the first spot. This is the first place to go. This does a lot of the heavy lifting. And I would say, this is about if I were to weight all of the interventions, cuz there's a lot, right? This can start to feel overwhelming and complex. But if I were to weight them, I would say the ketogenic diet does about half of the lifting. (30:28): I love that you really put it into perspective. So it's not about weight. I think people hear keto diet and they think it's only about weight. And a lot of people don't have a weight problem, completely dismiss it, but you really highlight the importance of it and this metabolic flexibility and theology that you get with it. It's like the diet that keeps on giving. But do you think people should do it all the time? (30:56): Yeah. Such a great point. I'm so glad you said that because no, it's just as bad to always be burning sugar for fuel as it would be to always be burning fat for fuel. So that term metabolic flexibility is really the goal. Our ancestors, our hunter gather ancestors did not have sugar available all the time. They did not have fat available all the time. They had periods of fasting. And so again, our divine design, the way we are, our design is to go back and forth between ketosis burning fat for fuel and glycolysis burning sugar for fuel. And when we, if our body, the chance to do that, the way our hunter gather ancestors did our body works better. It's almost, it's a bit of a stressor. This concept is called the hormetic effect or hormesis where we ask the body to be under a little bit of stress, just like exercise does this. Some calorie restriction or intermittent fasting can do this. And then the ketogenic diet is a fasting mimicking diet where we stress the body a little bit in order to get it to be more resilient. And so as we do that, we, we have, we also get, as you mentioned, auto, we senescent cells are kicked out of the system. We recycle them. We get rid of them. So that the cells that, that replace them are new and more efficient, more optimally functioning. (32:17): Yes. Awesome. What other factors? So you, you laid it out keto diet as big does 50% of the heavy lifting. I love that. What are some other factors though that people might be alerted that they might need to attend to in (32:31): Our practice at SOCE? And certainly through the medicine protocol, we wanna be comprehensive about how we do this. So there are two big things that increase my confidence that this approach is going to work one you're early on in the disease process. So you've just started noticing changes. If you even have it all the best is prevention, right, where you've never even noticed changes. So first thing that increases confidence is that we aren't waiting until the disease is severe. The second thing that increases my confidence is how comprehensive you can be about applying the treatment plan. So if you can do all of it, then my confidence goes through the roof. This is a lot like Linda. They did it all and they did it all right out of the gate and they got the benefits. So I get it. Not everybody's able to do that. (33:15): And even small changes you will get benefit from. But as we stack them on top of each other, you get, you get this kind of virtuous cycle. They all work better when they work together. Okay. So we wanna be systematic about how we approach this and Dr. Bren trains providers this way. And certainly at Ary, we aim to be, uh, systematic and have check boxes, right? Because it can be a lot and feel overwhelming. So the way I think about it is we want to address there's five primary things that cause complex chronic disease. In my model, that it's toxicity, which have three flavors of toxicity microtoxins or biotoxins that come from the indoor air environment, most commonly heavy metals and then chemical toxins. These are things like petrochemicals. If you live near the freeway, this can be parabens, PCBs, SS, pesticides, herbicides, things that are in groundwater that contaminate groundwater, uh, those can come from lots of areas in the environment, but we can measure all three flavors of those toxins and then we can get them out and check that box that hopefully becomes something that you complete. (34:21): So you get rid of all the mycotoxins get rid of all the metals, change up your environment at home or the personal care products or the cleaning products you use. And then we don't have to worry about that anymore, unless there's a new exposure. So toxins, I start there because that's a nice way to kind of check that box and move on. Now your cells can work better, cuz they're not defending you from toxicity or they're not, they're not trying to, uh, the way that Dr Renison puts it. It's great. Um, he says, imagine your brain is like a country. My brain is St right? You're focused on fighting off invaders like infections or defending from things like toxins. You're not building the infrastructure of new memories of roads and schools, right? In this analogy, you're not creating new memories. You're too busy defending, right? (35:06): All of your resources are going in that direction. So we wanna get rid of toxins. We wanna have enough nutrients, right? We've gotta have the resources. We've gotta have the building blocks. We need those amino acids. We need those fats. We need those minerals to make all of these biochemical reactions that are necessary for memory building for quick thinking, we need all of those present. If we're depleted, then that's not going to happen efficiently. And then third, we wanna address stressors on the system. So this could be things like sleep deprivation. This could be as stress from, you know, psychosocial stressors, ort S D caregivers are very high risk of developing dementia. They have two and a half times the risk of the population, just because you're a caregiver for someone with dementia, because we often right caregivers wanna put the person they're caring for first. (35:57): So they're not getting their own exercise. They're not getting enough sleep. It's highly stressful situation. So I really encourage caregivers to listen closely and prevent this disease. Managing stressors. I often will recommend meditation. Meditation is personally something I benefit from having a regular daily practice of mindfulness, meditation, prayer, whatever feels best for you. So managing stressors is another one. Then structure is another one. So we have toxins, nutrients, stressors, structures, structure is gonna be, is your airway open? Are you getting, are you getting oxygen to your brain at night? If you have sleep AP, even if it's mild sleep apnea, you wanna treat this aggressively. I don't care what sleep medicine says. If you are having apnea events at night, that is basically mild brain damage. And I am not okay with that. We have to treat. So whether that means going to your dentist and getting an oral appliance that keeps your airway open. (36:59): Some people use the mouth tape. I know that sounds a little bit counterintuitive, but you can tape your mouth closed at night so that it forces you to breathe through your nose. Some people will get the nasal strips that, and I like the breathe, right? If you get the generics, they don't work as well. There's of course, the C a P the, the, which has forces pressure into the airway. The other thing that you can do is get the a, a P, and this is the Cadillac. What, from what my patients tell me, this is the Cadillac of C P much more Cadillac. (37:30): Why is that? Why did they say that? (37:33): The con, so the AAP is alternating pressure. So the C a P is continuous pressure. And so it doesn't matter what your body's doing. There's no feedback in the system. It just blows, you know, pressure in air I interior system. And when you use the AAP, it adjusts as you're sleeping as, and as you go into different events and then getting the mask that fits right or getting the pillow, whatever, I know that it can take effort going back and forth with sleep medicine, and it can be costly, but this is worth it. Find what works for you. And I've had patients say, oh, I feel like I'm gonna die when I have that mask on. And then it, I push them like, no, no, you've gotta figure this out and do something. Whatever works for you. And then, sure enough, a couple weeks later, they're like, I can't sleep without it. (38:21): I it's changed my life because now I wake up feeling rested for the first time in a decade or more. So treating sleep apnea, excuse me, very, very important, getting enough, sleep enough rest. And then of course, you know, structurally traumatic brain injuries put people at risk for dementia. So again, the falls, you know, if a woman has a fall regularly and she's hitting her head, this is a really big deal. I'll also say here, the research on women and traumatic brain injuries is lagging behind because a lot of this is done on professional athletes and combat veterans, where there is an epidemic of untreated brain traumatic brain injuries that happens in women who are victims of domestic abuse. And I really hope that in the next couple of years, we see a lot more resources going into this because it's just such a tragedy. (39:14): Just the way I think about our seniors, right? Who are unnecessarily suffering with dementia is that this it's the squandered resource. They are these people at the height of their wisdom and experience who are, are leaving society. And my job is to help bring them back into the fabric of society so they can be contributing to their families while women who are victims of domestic violence is a very similar thing, but almost just more awful to think about that. We don't know what the combination of asphyxiation. So if someone's being, this gets so graphic and Ugh makes me shutter, but someone who is being both strangled and having, getting traumatic brain injuries at the same time is really having severe detrimental effects on their brain. And we don't know what if progesterone is high. What if she's at a place in her cycle where progesterone is high or low or estrogen is high or low, and these things are happening at the same time and it's happening repeatedly, right? (40:09): If this is something that ha occurs over and over again, what we see is that these women don't get the help that they need. We don't have the science going into what's going on. And then, because they have essentially a form of dementia, their social worker, who, whoever is there to help them, doesn't realize that maybe they're not working the plan. They're not following the instructions just because they're so overwhelmed and their brain isn't working any as well as it used to because of these injuries. So I really hope that, you know, as speaking to a female audience, there needs to be more compass. There needs to be more support for those who are suffering with dome domestic abuse. And we basically need to understand that they have a form of dementia. Structurally traumatic brain injuries are a very big deal, right? If you get hit over the head with a baseball bat, if you were in a car accident, if you've slipped and fall and hit your head and lose consciousness, even if you don't lose your con lose consciousness, if you have headaches or some sort of recovery time after this is a sign that you have inflammation in your brain, and there are things that we can do right away. (41:17): Afterwards, we use IV N a D S choline, PSAL serum, high dose fish oils, high dose meth B12, and the sooner we can treat a traumatic brain injury, the better the, the potential that there will be significant recovery. So we talked about toxins, nutrients structure, and now infections. So therefore infections that really stand out here, what is herpes? So herpes. If you ever get outbreaks, whether they're cold sores on your mouth or genital herpes, you wanna treat this relatively aggressively. So I'm a naturopathic doctor, right? I got a big med per medication person, but when it comes to herpes and, and chronic herpes outbreaks, you wanna be treating that aggressively because that can trigger inflammation in the brain, right? We know that herpes kind of stays dormant in the nervous system. Well, whenever it gets retried, that is causing more inflammation in the brain. And this comes out of studies in Taiwan where there's big epidemiological data that showed that people who were treated aggressively with like a, an antiviral, a medication, a prescription antiviral had a lower incidence of dementia than those who had herpes, but were not aggressively treated with, with the pharmaceuticals. (42:25): So we wanna be getting ahead of that, basically, making sure that those outbreaks are not happening regularly and work with your doctor, of course, on that. So herpes is one PGE GVAs is another. So this is oral health, making sure that there aren't infections in the mouth part of this is just geography, right? You, your mouth is pretty close to your brain. The other thing is that when you get, uh, many people will know that in dentistry, if you've had a knee replacement or a hip replacement, before you go in for a cleaning, you take an antibiotic. Well, the reason is because when you get that cleaning, it introduces those bacteria into your blood and it, that bacteria can then get onto that artificial joint and not be detected and create a, a big problem. It can also create heart disease. It can create cardiac inflammation, can lead to strokes and to cardiac events, and it can trigger the inflammation associated with dementia. (43:20): So we want to make sure that our oral health, you health starts in the gut and the gut starts in the mouth. So this is really critical that we ha see, I think, a biological dentist we're getting cone being x-rays so that we're catching any insidious small infections in there, early on and effectively treating them. So we have herpes P and GVAs and Lyme disease. So neuro Lyme can be very debilitating. There's a lot of controversy in the field around Lyme, but my opinion is that that there's ly or co-infections present for anyone exhibiting symptoms of dementia, or Alzheimer's that you wanna aggressively treat that with a Lyme literate doctor and get rid of that once. And for all, a neuro Lyme can be very debilitating and also confusing because Lyme is the great imitator. So it looks like a lot of other things and will often go undetected. (44:13): So anyone with dementia, I do screen them for Lyme and Lyme coinfections. And then the fourth one, many people are familiar with is COVID 19, right? So I know there are a lot of people who would not associate themselves with having dementia at all, but they've suffered with the brain fog following COVID and these viruses. And I think COVID was such a great illustration that it's really these foundations. And I would say it's stressors, structure, nutrients, and, and toxic burden that create whether or not we have balance in those, right? If we have balance the right amounts in the right places at the right times, we have the right amounts of things, then our immune system functions. Well, right. And these are the people who got COVID, but never had a single symptom. And then if we have a lot of imbalance in the system, these are gonna be the people who got COVID in either passed away, right. (45:03): Unfortunately, or who suffered with long haul COVID right. There's alway already some sort of inflammation, some sort of imbalance. And then that virus comes in and the host that body, that house, that we're in succumbs to the perpetuating cytokine storms or whatever is next in terms of signaling that comes after that virus. And so we want to make sure we're getting that house in order those foundational pieces set. And also looking at that, you know, going back and reassessing, if somebody is struggling with long haul COVID, how can we optimize this? The function of every cell in the body, get those cytokines out. Plasmapheresis is something that's been looked at for dementia, as well as for long haul. COVID so DNRs or the Gupta program. I'm, I'm a fan of the Gupta program for retraining, the limbic system and helping with long haul. COVID there's a lot that we can do. But again, this is, this is part of that landscape of things that lead to dementia over time, that triggering of inflammation of that cytokine storm, that then trigger the production of beta amyloid plaques Andal proteins, which cause are related to, um, Alzheimer's dementia. (46:18): Woo. Okay. Everybody take a deep breath. I know some people are hyperventilating right now, cuz they were with you on the keto diet and now they're like, oh, I have to do what. Okay. Just breathe. Y'all you're gonna go to the summit. Number one. And you're gonna get way more detail on everything. Dr. Heather has talked to you about today. So you're gonna know exactly what to do after you go to the summit. Exactly. So don't hyperventilate. You don't have to learn it all today and you're gonna go download her keto guide. Number one, we're gonna have the link in the show notes. Um, but I'll, I'll speak it out. It's SOCE right. S O L C E R e.com. (46:59): Yeah. SOCE solutions for the Cerebra soul or soul shining light. Uh, like sun on the brain. SOCE (47:06): There we go. Okay. So we'll have that in the show notes, we will have the link to join the summit in the show notes. So you definitely wanna go there. If you're driving, don't click it now, but wherever you're going, when you get there, click it and sign up. You will have experts. There are gonna tell you exactly what to do, including me. We'll talk about biodentical hormones. Of course, my favorite topic, Dr. Heather, thank you so much for this very insightful and inspiring. Look at dementia and Alzheimer's and how we don't have to go down that road. Have, you know, that story that the person's walking down the road and every time they walk down the street, they fall into the same hole. And then even though they try and go, the next time they try to walk around it, they end up falling in it and sometimes they walk past it, but then they end up falling in the hole and sometimes you, the person eventually learns that they can just go down a different street. So it kind of reminds me of that story. You can just go down a different street. People, you don't have to go down the street that most people in, in developed countries are going down towards, uh, dementia or cancer. All the things we're talking about also reduce your risk of cancer. Oh, by the way, (48:21): All those scary diseases of aging. They are complex chronic diseases and conventional medicine, unfortunately does not shine in that space. Right? If you're in a car accident, if you have a bacterial infection, get to the ER, get to urgent care. But when we talk about diabetes, dementias cancers, this is really where we need to take a step back and take this more comprehensive complex system science approach and get all of those cells working optimally. (48:50): Yes. Awesome. Well, thank you so much, Dr. Heather, we will see you at the summit. Thank you for joining us. (48:55): Thank you so much. It's been such a pleasure to be here (48:58): And thank you all for joining us for another episode of the hormone prescription podcast with Dr. Kirin. I know that you learned something that you can start implementing today in your life to improve your health and go down a different street. I look forward to hearing what that is. Join me on Facebook or Instagram at Kirin Dunston MD, and we will have a conversation about it. And until next week, peace, love and hormones y'all. (49:25): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40. When we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it. If you give me a review and subscribe, it really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com, where we have some free gifts for you, and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon. Learn how to begin Keto, get food lists, how-tos, tips, and checklists from Dr. Heather Sandison's free Keto Diet Guide. 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On today's Mastermind episode, we're speaking with Michelle Mensing about how to package her offers to get more exposure. Michelle grew up on a family farm in southwest Iowa and was active in 4-H and FFA growing up. Following college, Michelle started her career in the agriculture industry and picked up a camera as a hobby in her free time. She loved how that creative outlet kept her connected to the family farm she grew up on. After a few years, she realized that there was a demand for all of the agriculture and western photos sitting on her computer. Several women she met in an online business group expressed the need for stock photos that resonated with their rural community, but struggled to have the time to get outside and take photos on their own farms and ranches while juggling their many responsibilities with work, kids, etc. Michelle decided to create a stock photo membership geared directly towards these small business owners so they had access to a library of images to help share their story online. Today she is here to mastermind ideas on how she can grow her business and source and convert more clients. In this episode we cover: How to pivot when packaging is creating a barrier for your clients Getting clear on your ideal client, how to reach them, and how to speak to them Ideas on additional packages as well as new deliverables to include in packages How to position yourself to be found by your ideal clients instead of reaching out with cold pitches Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Visit Michelle's website, Michelle Mensing Photography: https://michellemensingphotography.mypixieset.com/ Connect with @michellemensing.photography on Instagram Check out Michelle on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MichelleMensingPhotography/_created/ Want to be our next Mastermind podcast guest? Fill out the application here: https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/podcast. Apply to our Mastermind, Elevate the Summit : https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/summit Sign up for the Book Club: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/627b212146c9ddac8218a2bb! Sign up for our course waitlist: https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/course to be the first to know when doors open! Visit our website, Elevate Ag: https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/ Connect with @nataliekovarik and @taravanderdussen on Instagram Onsite Production: The Gauge: http://www.thegaugepodcast.com/ Be sure to hit subscribe so you never miss an episode! Find the complete show notes here: https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/blogposts/014-mastermind-how-to-package-your-offer-so-it-gets-more-exposure-with-michelle-mensing-photography
Adrienne and I have been swapping breathwork sessions with each other for over a year now! Both of our businesses have grown and expanded because of this friendship/partnership/collaboration. Inside this episode, Adrienne and I chat about all things breathwork, business growth, healing, and MORE! Adrienne shares about what manifested in her business when she committed to practicing breathwork EVERY DAY for a MONTH. Spoiler: It was one of her highest income months at that point! Adrienne also shares some insider secrets with us like how she has grown her business without relying on IG for marketing AND how she manifested a $91k sale month. About Adrienne: I'm a Spiritual Business Coach, The Breathwork Queen, Best-Selling Author, Former Fitness Instructor/Coach, Dog Mom, Fiancé, and Recovering People Pleaser. I get excited to help clients create clarity on their purpose, and help them build a thriving business that lights them up! Inside This Episode: 00:36 Adrienne's story of finding breathwork and how she integrated it into her fitness business at the time 03:50 Setting an intention for each breathwork session 06:18 Adrienne shares the secrets of her business strategy without relying on Instagram 06:37 Adrienne breaks down the “Summit model” and how she grows her community through summits 10:10 How Adrinne nurtures her community through email even though she doesn't love writing 13:56 Adrienne answers the question: “Who are your mentors?” 15:47 Adrienne's mission for her business and how she sees her business growing in the future 21:25 Adrienne's morning routine 24:20 Adrienne's evening routine 27:55 Adrienne reflects on a challenge she created for herself of doing breathwork every day 34:29 Overcoming limiting beliefs to grow a business 36:54 The power behind surrounding yourself with like-minded people 39:30 Adrienne spills the details of her highest income month ever 44:40 What Adrienne uses breathwork for 48:08 How to connect with Adrienne Resources: Learn more about Adrienne https://www.adriennerivera.com Connect with Adrienne on IG www.instagram.com/adrienneriveracoaching Join my email list where you will never miss an episode and be invited to join my Healing Journeys! https://womanifester.kartra.com/page/womanifester-optin Missed my last episode? Listen here: #107 Breathwork for Femmes + WOC with Yara Barreiro https://womanifester.com/podcast/episode-107-breathwork-for-femmes-and-woc-yara P.S. Here are two ways you can work with me! 1. I recently wrapped up my second round of EASE Retreat in Sedona, AZ. I am now enrolling for my 2023 retreat February 23-27th! If you are interested in joining me, hop on my waitlist >HERE< - enrollment will only be open to those people on my waitlist! On July 21st, I will be offering a Stress & Trauma Release Workshop where we will move, breathe, and release together. Register
Happy #SeekTheJoy Tuesday! Today we're sharing our first session from Seek The Joy Summit with Aiden Chase, acclaimed Third Generation Healer & Intuitive, all about mindfulness and its connection to joy. As Aiden shares in our session, it begins with aiming towards our joy and allowing ourselves to follow the breadcrumbs of what lights us up, and brings us joy. Learn more about Aiden here and on Episode 93 of Seek The Joy Podcast here and you can find his energy alchemy mists, crystal jewelry and more on www.wizardly.com We are so excited to share this week's episode with Aiden from Seek The Joy Summit. It was such an incredible day and this session was the perfect way to kick off the Summit! Links & Sponsors: Thank you to today's sponsor, Better Help. We want you to be able to live a happier, more joyful, and ease filled life, and I'm excited to share that as a listener of Seek The Joy Podcast, you will you get 10% off your first month by going to betterhelp.com/seekthejoy. Seek The Joy MERCH is here! Check out our fav new designs here Subscribe to our Newsletter! seekthejoypodcast.com/subscribe. You won't regret it.
Jan Leitschuh was bitten by the AT bug in 2002. With no real backpacking experience, she threw herself into learning, training and stomping down fears and questions that swirled around her preparations. She joined the infamous Pack 31- a group of hikers that met online and named themselves after the date they started, March 1, 2003. This community, built on meetings at the ALDHA Gathering and a thousand online hours, still remain friends to this day and Liteshoe, along with many of those original Pack 31 folks can often be found at the Gathering, sharing their stories and knowledge with a new class of hikers. Guest Links- The Ordinary Adventurer- https://www.amazon.com/Ordinary-Adventurer-Vermonts-Adventurers-Musings/dp/0979708109/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1NFP8PYVQADLE&keywords=jan+leitschuh&qid=1644972714&sprefix=jan+leitschuh%2Caps%2C83&sr=8-1 First Health Hospice - https://www.firsthealth.org/specialties/hospice-and-palliative-care/foundation-support Ted “Soleman” - https://www.trailjournals.com/Soleman/ Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find the Trail Dames at: Our website: https://www.traildames.com The Summit: https://www.traildamessummit.com The Trail Dames Foundation: https://www.tdcharitablefoundation.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traildames/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traildames/ Hiking Radio Network: https://hikingradionetwork.com/ Hiking Radio Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikingradionetwork/ Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters "Dance Upon This Earth" https://www.theburnssisters.com
We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, YOUR guest is Dr. Bob Hansen, CEO of the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA), YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Unmudl! What does UPCEA do? What is a PCO plan? What does Bob see as the future of higher education? Listen in to #EdUp! Dr. Robert J. Hansen was named Chief Executive Officer of the University Professional & Continuing Education Association in September 2010. Under Hansen's leadership, UPCEA has grown by 125% in the past six years. He established a number of initiatives targeting the association's unique role in online leadership & management under the umbrella of the National Council for Online Leadership: the Summit for Online Leadership & Administration, the Online Leadership Roundtable for chief online learning officers, & the UPCEA Hallmarks of Excellence in Online Leadership. He also established the UPCEA Hallmarks of Excellence in Professional & Continuing Education, advancing two frameworks to provide a set of standards that reflect the ambitions, potential, & importance of units that serve adult learners. Hansen previously served as Associate Provost for University Outreach at the University of Southern Maine, a regional public university located in Portland, Maine. Prior to that position, he spent six years at Saint Xavier University of Chicago as Assistant to the President & Secretary of the Corporation, & then as founding Executive Director of Orland Park Campus & Off-Campus Programs. Hansen also previously served as Assistant to the Governor for Education in the administration of former Illinois governor, Jim Edgar. Hansen earned a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Illinois, an M.A. in English Language & Literature from the University of Michigan, & a Ph.D. in English from the University of Notre Dame. Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message
B ROYALE B ROYALE is an upcoming rapper from Detroit, MI. Her versatility and music making abilities are going to show you that she's a force to be reckoned with and to watch out for her because she's here to stay. Be on the lookout for her EP dropping very soon, check all her social media for updates. You're going to love it here. If not her then who? Twitter: @IAMNOTBROYALE IG: @BROYALE313 Tik Tok: @BROYALE313 EYE SAW Cue Summitt, better known as Eye Saw, is the newest artist on the rap scene. He certainly has proved himself time and time again. Finding his way from a wreck-less lifestyle of evictions and short comings he was able to live through the struggle just above rock bottom in witness and now Eye Saw has come to find an enlightened dimension of life. Eye Saw's perspective is to tear down the lies of society in hopes for more to step into the awareness of conscious life. Discovering passion in writing has brought an accumulation of music with a unique point of view. Hence, the cue ("Q") to the Summit. How Eye Saw comes across, he looks to tap into the masses like on a mountain top, able to see the big picture. Eye Saw is yelling out his voice in hopes that the echoes he records can be heard by a listening ear. Eye Saw's sound is refreshing enough to feel his true emotions through the microphone in the booth. Hooks with meaning and clever allegories will entrance the listener to the world of the Q Summit.
This week, we talk about the upcoming “Raise More Together” summit for nonprofit fundraisers. We also chat with Aaron Hamlin from the Center for Election Science about how to advocate for systems change in your community. Finally, Jenni shares a statement about the Supreme Court decision regarding Roe v. Wade. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Find the Raise More Together Summit at raisemoretogether.co — Find the Center for Election Science at electionscience.org — Find Jenni's statement on Roe v. Wade at nonprofitjenni.com/blog — Find Instrumentl at instrumentl.com/jenni — Find Nonprofit Megaphone at nonprofitmegaphone.com/jenni — My once-per-week email newsletter, where you can get a short summary of every podcast episode: nonprofitjenni.com/subscribe Produced by Ben Hill Sound Music by Emily Summers ©2022 Nonprofit Jenni. All Rights Reserved.
Summer is here, and with the start of a new month, I'm bringing you my conversation with Treavor Wagoner, senior product designer, author, and quite the avid traveler! We spoke just as Treavor wrapped up his latest trip and right before the launch of the ebook version of his latest book, “So Much Trouble”.Treavor talked about what drew him to working at Redfin, and from there he spoke about life growing up in a small Texas town. Treavor also went into his college days at University of North Texas, and shared how his love of writing drew him to teaching himself HTML and CSS. We also touched on a number of different topics after that, including how he's unlearning harmful habits and how his non-linear career path has allowed him to indulge in a lot of his personal passions. According to Treavor, being Black and queer in tech is hard, but navigating it is possible — keep going!LinksTreavor Wagoner's WebsiteTreavor Wagoner on TwitterFor extended show notes, including a full transcript of this interview, visit revisionpath.com.==========Apply to Join The Tenth CollectiveAre you a Black designer looking for work? Join The Tenth Collective, a joint effort from Revision Path and State of Black Design to connect Black professionals in the design and creative industries with companies committed to hiring Black candidates for design and creative positions!Looking for a new opportunity can be tough -- we know. Let us help! Apply today and get curated introduction requests from hiring companies vetted by Revision Path + State of Black Design. It's 100% free, and you'll only be contacted when a company is requesting to speak to you. And you can remain anonymous! Let us be your resource to find work, whether you're looking or not.Apply here: thetenthcollective.com==========Queer Design Club Summit 2022The Queer Design Club is hosting their inaugural #QDCSummit on July 7!
When remarriage happens after the death of a spouse, the stepcouple faces unique and hard-to-navigate circumstances related to grief and leftover feelings from those experiences. Ron Deal talks with Bill and Evelyn Thompson, who both lost their spouses prior to remarriage, on how to blend a stepfamily after death and what they wish they'd done differently in their early years of dating and remarriage. Show Notes and Resources Episode 17: Grief and the Blended Family Please leave us a message at 407-826-2606! Or send us an email Listen to Bill & Evelyn on FamilyLife Today. Learn more about the Summit on Stepfamily Ministry. You can support the FamilyLife Blended podcast
Happy Sunday My Friends, Welcome to Inside the Minds of Authors. Today, we have a very special program for you. Instead of one incredible author, we are featuring seven talented novelists from the Luv-A-Palooza Summit. That incredible summit was organized by the amazing Ms. Aimee Ravichandram and provided the participants with a wealth of information from incredible authors. These authors joining us tonight each write in a different sub-genre in the Romance World, but their passion is contagious. Their books range from rom-com, sweet romance, second chances, romance with a kink, dark romances and even taboo romance. While their style and sub-genres are different, each author is bringing their authentic self to the page. Join me in learning more about these books and the journey of each author. To help you keep track of each writer, I have listed them below in order of appearance and the time when their segments start. 36 sec: Naomi Springthorp, USA Today Bestselling Author. Book featured is Muffin Man- a hot Rom-Com. For more info on Naomi, check out her links- www.linktr.ee/naomispringthorp. 14 min 9 sec: Tonya Clark, USA Today Bestselling Author. Book featured is Driven Roads, a sweet romance featuring a deaf protagonist. For more info on Tonya, check out her site- www.tonyaclarkbooks.com. 27 min 9 sec: Raisa Greywood, USA Today Bestselling Author. Book featured is Pestilence Cure, Romance with a kink. For more info on Raisa, check out her links- www.linktr.ee/raisagreywood. 39 min 24 sec: Diane Rinella, USA Today Bestselling Author. Book featured is Love's Forbidden Flower, a taboo love story that is sparking conversations with readers. For more info on Diane, check out her site- www.dianerinellaauthor.com. 59 min 2 sec: Danika Bloom, USA Today Bestselling Author. Book featured is Frisky with My Bestie, this is a spicy, friends to lovers rom-com. For more info on Danika, check out her site- www.danikabloom.com. 1 hr. 13 min 22 sec: Vivian Murdoch, Dark Romance Author. Book featured is From Russia with Blood, a dark romance containing dark themes. For more info on Vivian, check out her site- www.vivianmurdoch.com. 1 hr. 28 min 38 sec: Sofia Aves, USA Today Bestselling Author. Book featured is Ranger's Wish, a second chance romance with a fabulous happy ending. For more info on Sofia, check out her site- www.sofiaaves.com. Would like to give a huge Thank You to all these incredible authors for joining on the program. Thank you for the amazing Ms. Aimee for putting this summit together. As always, we would like to give thanks to our incredible Patreon Community for helping make the podcast possible. Just click on the link (www.patreon.com/AuthorDCGomez) if you would like to join the family. Happy listening, DC
On this week's Escape Your Limits Podcast, Matthew Januszek attended The Summit by BFS at the Westin in New York City, where the best and the brightest in the boutique fitness industry convene. It's the only conference where the entire boutique fitness gathers in person. Eli Walker pioneered a new genre of “yoga entertainment” in an otherwise individualist tradition, re-introducing yoga to the masses as an accessible, uplifting social experience. She took her mission to teach kindness and connectivity as vehicles of joy to create the internationally acclaimed company, Drunk Yoga. On this week's episode we cover several topics including: The inspiration behind creating a unique business & why it's different Defining what the fourth wall and containers are & why it is essential to break down these barriers in fitness How the adaptation of COVID lead to a successful business model To learn more about Drunk Yoga, click here! https://dodrunkyoga.com/
In this special episode, the team travels to Madrid for Nato's most important summit in generations. How much stronger has Russia made the alliance, if only by accident? Andrew Mueller speaks to Lithuania's foreign minister, Gabrielius Landsbergis; the head of policy planning in the office of the secretary general at Nato, Benedetta Berti-Alberti; and Slovenia's minister of foreign affairs, Tanja Fajon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BenGreenfieldLife.com/hospodcast2 Today's episode is Part 2 of my talk at the Health Optimisation Summit, recently held in London by noted UK biohacker and media personality Tim Gray. The Health Optimisation Summit brings together the best from all the key diets, and everything in the health, wellbeing, medical, nutrition, biohacking, and fitness worlds, with the view not to push one mindset, but to incorporate them all with the sole goal of making people healthier–using whichever mindset or 'diet' is best for the individual. When I interviewed Tim Gray recently, on the podcast episode "How UK's Leading Biohacker Eats, Drinks, & Optimizes His Life: An Interview With Tim Gray," I got a sneak peek into what his life looks like, from his fitness and nutrition routines to his sexiest biohacks. At this year's Summit, Tim turned the tables and actually asked me to present on "A Day in the Life of Ben Greenfield." At first, I thought I'd be struggling to fill the time slot with just my "average day," but then as I thought about all the hacks, routines, and rituals I do throughout my days that are now more or less automatic for me but likely something you'll be quite interested in, I realized it might not be quite as simple as it sounds! In this episode, we pick up where we left off last time, and go on to talk about the importance of family time at the end of the day, finishing the day with purpose, and we even had time left at the end to answer a few questions from members of the audience. Remember, if you haven't yet, I highly recommend you listen to Part 1 of this series, either before or after this episode! In this episode, you'll discover: -How Ben makes the most of the mid-day siesta... -Ben's favorite workouts throughout the day... -Building a family legacy... -Eating practices at the end of the day... -Bedtime rituals... -And much more! Episode sponsors: -Timeline Nutrition -Organifi Red Juice -Kion Aminos -Willo -Nootopia BenGreenfieldLife.com/hospodcast2
Tune in for a conversation with Jennifer and Rhodes Perry as Jennifer discusses her upcoming presentation at the Belonging at Work Summit. Jennifer reveals the need to gain strategies on how to artfully push back and establish the boundaries we need to resist the growing backlash to the progress DEI leaders continue to make in our workplaces.
In the 200th ever episode we recap Mizzou football's big recruiting weekend, discuss the commitment of 2023 guard Anthony Robinson to the basketball team, and the rumors of USC and UCLA heading to the Big 10. Enjoy! Thank you to our Patreon supporters at the $10 level and above: Britt Treece, Brian AP Smith, Ryan Demore, Tristan, Ben Smith, Parker, Daddy JD, Louis Hernandez, Tim Keens, Tyler Harsell, Brandon Garofalo! You can support us too at patreon.com/missourisportspod Get T-Shirts and Stickers: missourisportspod.bigcartel.com TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 - Intro 4:11 - USC and UCLA to Big 10? 8:46 - Mizzou in SEC vs Big 10 15:16 - Summit Recap 21:23 - Phil Pressey is BACK, Folks! 23:04 - NBA Summer League 24:11 - Anthony Robinson II
This week, Julia Macfarlane is in Madrid for the historic NATO summit as it's considered to be the most important gathering of the alliance in a generation. One Decision secured exclusive interviews with world leaders, foreign ministers, ambassadors to discuss NATO's new strategic concept, the reclassification of Russia as the greatest threat to the Euro-Atlantic area, and also the need for member states to invest in Defense as war returns to Europe once again. Together with her co-host Sir Richard Dearlove, former chief of Mi6, Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, they break down the biggest decisions coming out of Madrid.
Kristin Harila Podcast In today's episode of the ‘Finding your Summit' podcast, host Mark Pattison, former NFL Player, Mountaineer who has climbed the Seven Summits, has over 250 podcasts, and a proud Emmy Best Picture Award Winner talks with guest Kristin Harila, a Norwegian Mountaineer, Climber, Skier, and Runner. She holds the distinction of climbing both Mount Everest and the Lhotse summit, at the same time. In the podcast, Kristin shares her experience of climbing many summits. She also talks about her next expedition of climbing K2.
This is a preview of a bonus episode. Listen to the entire episode at: www.patreon.com/10kpostspodcast. -------- On this week's Bonus episode, Phoebe is joined by Rax and Amber from the Low Culture Boil podcast to discuss posting, the generational divide in attitudes toward privacy online, and at the end whether or not Demons are real (they are). This episode started out with a plan and ended up just being a long-form chat between friends. So make yourself a cup of tea, pull up a chair, and listen to the 10K Posts Tarts's Summit. You can find Rax at https://mobile.twitter.com/raxkingisdead, Amber at https://mobile.twitter.com/ambercrollo And their podcast at https://mobile.twitter.com/lowcultureboil -------- Ten Thousand Posts is a show about how everything is posting. It's hosted by Hussein (@HKesvani), Phoebe (@PRHRoy) and produced by Devon (@Devon_onEarth).
OUR SIXTH SUMMER REPLAY!!! In 2016, Kuntal Joisher was the first documented vegan to stand on the top of the world. Mount Everest was a culmination of a journey built around the discovery of his life's mission and bravery to step outside the norm to pursue something spectacular. Having never been an athlete and weighing upwards of 240 pounds, Kuntal defied his sedentary lifestyle, fell in love with the Himalayas and started to go after one of the most insanely difficult adventures; the summit of Everest. His story is energizing, exhilarating, and will move you to “find your Everest”- a worthwhile cause that drives your life in meaning and purpose. In this episode Kuntal shares the importance of discovering your life's purpose and how it leads to growth and success, his Everest journey and how he persevered through three separate trips wrought with hardships and tragedy, the emotions that come with finally accomplishing your life's goal and many other lessons he has learned along the way. He's an amazing story teller and I could honestly listen to his adventures all day long. He's passionate about veganism, mountaineering, spreading love and positivity and influencing those around him to discover their own passions. I absolutely loved chatting with Kuntal and hope you guys enjoy this really excellent addition to the Like a Bigfoot Podcast. Be sure to check out the links below for all things Kuntal Joisher so you can dig deeper into his veganism, excellent photography and his mission as a dementia awareness advocate. Huge thanks to previous guest, Dr. Kasey Johnson of the Unlock Wellness Podcast for connecting me to Kuntal. I can't even express how much I enjoyed having him on the show! MORE FROM KUNTAL JOISHER: Website: http://www.kuntaljoisher.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kuntalj Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kuntalj/?hl=en Unlock Wellness Podcast Episode: http://drkasey.libsyn.com/episode-074-kuntal-joisher-find-your-everest MORE LIKE A BIGFOOT: Subscribe and Review on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/like-a-bigfoot/id1160773293?mt=2 Soundcloud Archives: https://soundcloud.com/chris-ward-126531464 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/likeabigfoot/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/likeabigfoot/
I discuss my takeaways from the 20th annual Investor Summit put on by the Real Estate Guys, Robert Helms and Russell Gray. I also finished up the episode with the amazing lessons in Part 18 of the Master Key System. Highlights What are the effects of the Roe v. Wade case? What the episode for today is all about What to look forward to with Gary's Gulch What are Gary's takeaways from the 2022 Summit Is having a recession necessary? How to curb inflation How Ken McElroy impacted Gary's decision on having a multifamily What a cap rate is How to compute the cap rate What happens when a currency reset occurs? The difference between money and currency What Chris Martenson's book, Prosper is all about Takeaways from Part 19 of the Master Key System Links and Resources from this Episode Prosper by Chris Martenson Connect with Gary Pinkerton https://www.paradigmlife.net/ email@example.com https://garypinkerton.com/
On this episode, Spencer speaks with iconic global business leader John Chambers in a live conversation that was recorded at the Montgomery Summit on May 24. Chambers, the former Chairman and CEO of Cisco, currently serves as the founder and CEO of JC2 Ventures, focused on helping build and scale disruptive startups from around the world, largely by investing in companies that are leading market transitions. The Montgomery Summit is an exclusive gathering of over 1,000 senior-level investors, thought leaders, corporate development teams, technology executives, and top private company CEOs immersed in two days of cutting-edge ideas, creativity, and networking at the iconic Fairmont Miramar in Santa Monica.
The Group of Seven or G7, an informal forum of leading industrial nations, comprising of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, and Canada, hosted its 48th Summit on June 26-28 in Germany. The Summit, which aims to coordinate global policy, has come at a time when countries across the globe are still coping with the economic and political disruptions caused by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine. The G7 is thus expected to lead a global recovery from the pandemic through initiatives like Build Back Better World (B3W) and take further action against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. India, which is caught between its desire to build stronger ties with G7 countries, and its old friend, Russia accepted Germany's invitation and attended the summit.In this episode of Interpreting India, Sachin Chaturvedi joins Deep Pal to analyze what India's G7 invite signifies amid a contentious geopolitical environment. How do the G7 countries perceive India? How can India partner with the G7 in achieving climate neutrality and green transition? What are the key takeaways of India's participation in the Summit, and what relevance does this hold for India's G20 presidency in 2023?Episode ContributorsSachin Chaturvedi is Director General at the Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), a New Delhi-based policy research institute. He is also Member, Board of Governors, Reserve Bank of India. He was a Global Justice Fellow at the MacMillan Center for International Affairs at Yale University. He works on issues related to development economics, involving development finance, Sustainable Development Goals and South-South Cooperation. Deep Pal is a visiting scholar in the Asia program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. His research and publications focus on the Indo-Pacific, Indian foreign policy in its immediate and greater neighborhood, and regional security of South Asia, with particular emphasis on China.--
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The Russian military on Thursday withdrew from Snake Island off of Ukraine's coast, easing some of the pressure on Odessa, the country's most important port. It came as NATO leaders concluded a key summit in Madrid. Nick Schifrin joins Judy Woodruff from Madrid to discuss the gains made by Ukraine and NATO's invitation to Sweden and Finland to join the alliance. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
This is a special episode from our recent visit to NYC during NFT.NYC week in June of 2022. We partnered with some awesome collaborators during this week to let you hear some of the best voices spreading the word about web3 today. This particular episode features content from The Baddies Summit. A stellar event brimming with incredible feminine energy of founders and creators. The event brought together the top womxn in web3 groups, supported by ther allies in the space. There were impactful panels to share learnings, inspire and build an equal future. The event was brought to you by NFT Girl Gang and The Locker Room, along with other supportive partners like us at Edge of NFT! tune in to hear the freshest ideas and happenings in Web3 from Lisa Carmen Wang (Bad Bitch Empire), Dani Slocki (vSpace) & Chelsea Freeborn (Ava Labs). Enjoy!
Angelle Sampey joins WFO Radio to discuss her 46th career win in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing series. Angelle, a living legend, gives the details of her redemption victory at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio. NHRA's winningest lady racer discusses the challenges of riding her 200 mph Vance & Hines Suzuki Hayabusa Pro Stock Motorcycle named "Beauty", her latest magazine cover on the AMA's American Motorcyclist magazine, and her Grandmother's red velvet victory cake. Angelle makes an offer WFO Joe cannot refuse for the next NHRA drag racing in Denver, Colorado. Interviews on WFO Radio have become part of winning for drivers in the NHRA Drag Racing Series. Host Joe Castello, has over 30 years in drag racing an it shows. As part of the National Hot Rod Association, Track Announcing team, Castello brings insights directly from the world of professional NHRA Camping World and Lucas Oil Series Drag Racing. NHRA results and news are featured in weekly livestreams, NHRA's Alan Reinhart and other NHRA stars including John Force, Ron Capps, Antron Brown, Steve Torrence, Greg Anderson, and Erica Enders all make frequent stops on the WFO Radio Podcast.. Website: WFORadio.com Audio Podcast: Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wfo-radio-podcast/id449870843?ls=1 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0oo5mn0E3VmfhRCTHyLQIS Google https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmZlZWRidXJuZXIuY29tL1dmb1JhZGlv Free Mobile App: https://wforadio.com/m/ WFO Merch: https://wforadio.com/wfo-store/
NATO's two-day summit in Madrid has ended with a pledge to boost defence spending to strengthen the transatlantic military alliance and increase support for Ukraine. US President Joe Biden has announced a further $800 million in military aid. Senior defence consultant Fabrice Pothier tells us what the economic impact of increased defence spending may be for the countries offering greater support for the war-torn country. The pressure on global oil production is discussed at the latest OPEC+ meeting. We hear from former OPEC official and BP analyst Jorge Leon. A team from the International Monetary Fund leaves Sri Lanka without a bailout agreement, but with substantial progress made. Macroeconomist Ammar Khan explains what could be included in the deal.
Rep. Julie Alexander represents the 64th House District including the City of Jackson and Concord, Hanover, Napoleon, Parma, Pulaski, Sandstone, Summit, and Spring Arbor. She serves as chair of the House Agriculture Committee. She also serves as a member of the committees on Commerce and Tourism, Health Policy, and Local Government and Municipal Finance. Chair Alexander plan to help agricultural exporters becomes law
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Thursday morning Wake Up Call. The final SCOTUS decisions have been released today, closing out a historic term for Justice Breyer and starting KBJ's legacy. NATO has deemed Russia its 'most significant and direct threat'. And President Biden gives a presser live from the G7 Summit in Spain.
On today's episode, Leslie is by joined Chris and Andrea Elston of Shine a Light Press. We're going to be talking really practically about enhancing or filling in the holes in curriculum by strategically utilizing literature. Andrea was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She has a B.A. in Elementary Education and has taught 20+ years in Christian schools. Andrea and her husband, Chris, run Shine-A-Light Press, a publishing company supporting churches, schools, and families. Today's podcast is brought to you by Summit Ministries. Young Christians have a lot of questions: BIG questions about life, love, the Bible, God, and so much more. At Summit Ministries, we give high school and college students a place to explore these big ideas with today's leading Christian thinkers. If you want your kids to become more confident in their faith, send them to a Student Conference with Summit this summer. The time is now! Give your child an unshakeable faith that can withstand the challenges of today's world. Visit summit.org Additional Resources: Find out more about Sine-A-Light Press by clicking HERE. Receive a copy of "Tales from a Teachers Bookshelf" by clicking HERE.
The Schloss Elmau in the Bavarian Alps hosted dignitaries as they tried to present a united front against Russian aggression and tackle the global food crisis. James Landale also found the castle had an interesting story of its own when he was reporting from the summit. Russian soldiers have employed brutal tactics throughout the Ukrainian invasion. Attempts to escape cities like Severodonetsk and Mariupol often proved perilous for Ukrainians, fleeing in bullet ridden cars, under constant threat of attack. Hugo Bachega, met with some of the people who managed to get away. The ripple effect of the war in Ukraine is far-reaching – from grain shortages to a surge in electricity prices globally. Even energy rich Australia has found itself asking citizens to ration their use of electricity. Its new Prime Minister has pledged a greener future for the country, with less reliance on coal. But this transition may be harder than it might seem, says Shaimaa Khalil. Panama may be known for its banking secrecy and the canal, but more than half the country is covered in tropical forests and mangroves. Grace Livingstone recently visited the indigenous community of Arimae, in the east of the country, which is finding innovative ways to defend and protect their land. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Hong Kong handover and Beijing has in the last few years been tightening its grip. In recent weeks, one of the city's most famous institutions, the Jumbo Floating Restaurant, closed its doors and subsequently sank. The restaurant failed to survive the impact of the pandemic. But it remains a symbol of a bygone era, says Louisa Lim. Presenter: Kate Adie Producer: Serena Tarling Editor: Richard Fenton-Smith Production Coordinators: Gemma Ashman and Iona Hammond
Hal Elrod is on a mission to elevate the consciousness of humanity, one morning at a time. As a keynote speaker, podcaster, and the author of best-sellers The Miracle Morning and The Miracle Equation, he has helped millions of people overcome their challenges and become who they need to be in order to create the life they truly deserve. He joins Kris this week to talk about his Miracle method, what he has learned from two near-death experiences, and how we can uplift our life just by focusing on what we can control and taking accountability for our own happiness and gratitude. Hal and Kris also talk about applying these principles to children and how we can learn to lead with empathy. It's a life-changing conversation, so get ready to dig in. Key Takeaways: [13:22] Hal is not only joining us on this episode but will also be a keynote speaker in Nashville at the Summit in October! [15:05] Hal talks about how two near-death experiences showed him the power of gratitude and pushing past your own limitations. [23:46] Hal studied how top performers treated their morning. They all had at least one item from a list he compiled, which formed into the acronym of SAVERS: silence or meditation, affirmation, visualization, exercise, reading, and scribing (journaling). [28:11] Hal talks about how Miracle Morning came about, and the mission behind it to elevate the consciousness of humanity, one morning at a time. [28:25] Having a Miracle Morning can make you a better parent, partner, entrepreneur, and business owner. [29:15] What about if you just aren't a morning person? In just six minutes, you can have a giant impact on your short-term and long-term success. [35:30] Give yourself five minutes and focus on what you CAN control. [39:37] Resisting our reality is the source of all emotional pain. [41:02] Hal talks about leading with empathy. [42:21] How can spending time outside help kids? Quotes: “I will not let my circumstances determine my emotional well-being.” [16:55] “We've been conditioned to think that we are at the mercy of our circumstances.” [19:10] “In less than two months, my entire life changed as a result of the morning routine.” [20:00] “The mission is to elevate the consciousness of humanity one morning at a time.” [28:11] “Your level of success will seldom exceed your level of personal development.” [Jim Rohn] “In six minutes, you can be in a completely different mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual state than when you started.” [30:16] Sponsored By: ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI) Use code CCSC5 to claim a free course! Mentioned in This Episode: Kris Murray The Child Care Success Company The Child Care Success Academy The Child Care Success Summit Hal Elrod: Website | Books | Podcast | Facebook
BenGreenfieldLife.com/hospodcast1 Here, for your itching ears and supremely curious heart and mind, comes Part 1 of my talk at the Health Optimisation Summit, recently held in London by my friend and podcast guest, Tim Gray. The Health Optimisation Summit is Europe's largest health conference, showcasing the best speakers from the health, biohacking, fitness, longevity, nutrition, functional, and preventative medicine spaces (including yours truly) in order to provide people with the knowledge, tools, and resources to take their own health and performance to the next level. The UK's leading biohacker, Tim Gray is known for his detailed tracking of more than 35+ biomarkers per day, is frequently in the mainstream media regarding practical, trackable, and immediately apply-able health hacks, and is featured on over 30 podcasts a year. As a psychology specialist and a successful businessman, Tim founded and invested in multiple 6-figure businesses, including digital marketing agencies and London's first private Hyperbaric Oxygen Clinic. After years spent self-healing his body from chronic health conditions through biohacking alone, Tim Gray embarked on a mission to educate and empower the masses. Recently, I spoke to Tim about his history, his routines, the Health Optimisation Summit, and plenty more, in a special two-part podcast episode that included an interview and then a follow-up solosode by Tim ("How UK's Leading Biohacker Eats, Drinks, & Optimizes His Life: An Interview With Tim Gray"). For this year's Summit, Tim actually asked me to present on "A Day in the Life of Ben Greenfield." At first, I thought I'd be struggling to fill the time slot with just my "average day," but then as I thought about all the hacks, routines, and rituals I do throughout my days that are now more or less automatic for me but likely something you'll be quite interested in, I realized it might not be quite as simple as it sounds! In fact, like I needed to do with Tim's podcast, I had to split my talk up and finish presenting about a "typical" day in Part 2, which is the next episode you'll see released on the podcast feed. You can also go here to get all of the resources from my talk at the Summit. Enjoy! In this episode, you'll discover: -Look at the body as a battery... -Ben's morning routine... -Family time in the morning and the morning smoothie... -How Ben optimizes his workspace... -Midday routines and rituals... -Audience question: "What does your wife do?"... Resources mentioned in this episode: Episode sponsors: -Essentia Mattresses -Inside Tracker -Chili Technologies -Kion Aminos BenGreenfieldLife.com/hospodcast1
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The defensive alliance strengthens its defences and invites Finland and Sweden to join. Adam is joined by Katya and BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner, who are covering the organisation's summit in Madrid. And You, Me and the Big C producer Mike Holt is also on to celebrate the life of Dame Deborah James. Today's Newscast was made by Tim Walklate with Chris Flynn, Alix Pickles and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Cassie Galpin. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Drs. Killeen, Dove, Kacos, Nicholas, Dhoon, and Costes join the show from the stage of The Dental Success Summit. We had two major themes at the Summit this year. We're breaking one of them down with the Blackbelt Coaches in this two part series- engineering your growth in phases. Tune in to hear more about the specific skills needed for each phase, and some tips on making the transition