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On this episode of Dads with Daughters, our guest Mike Stout, known as the Northland Adventurer, shares his journey of fatherhood and his remarkable experiences kayaking the Great Lakes. Mike's story begins with his high anticipation and commitment to being a great father, even planning to write a book about it. Unfortunately, he goes through some tough times and feels like he failed as a parent, which becomes his greatest regret. As a single parent, Mike shares the challenges of raising his children alone and the traumatic experiences they went through. He emphasizes the importance of fathers being active in their children's lives, especially daughters. But it's not just about fatherhood. Mike reflects on his incredible kayaking expeditions, including crossing Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. He paints a vivid picture of the four quarters of the journey, from enthusiasm to doubts and fatigue, and finding moments of gratitude and reflection along the way. Through these experiences, Mike feels a sense of closeness with his deceased loved ones and mentors, as well as God. The episode also highlights resources like the Fatherhood Insider and the Facebook community Dads with Daughters, which provide tools and support for fathers to improve their fatherhood skills. Mike shares his experience as a single father during his children's teenage years and the challenges of not having a partner to lean on. He still feels guilty and wishes he could have done more, despite his children's reassurance that he didn't fail as a father. Now, as his children are adults and he has a granddaughter, Mike reflects on how amazing it is to have a family and the importance of hope during the darkest times. He plans to continue his adventures, not only on Lake Michigan but also in giving back and creating nonprofits. Throughout the episode, Mike shares his journey as a father and his kayaking achievements, inspiring listeners to cherish special moments with their children and pursue personal enjoyment and growth as fathers. If you've enjoyed today's episode of the Dads With Daughters podcast, we invite you to check out the Fatherhood Insider. The Fatherhood Insider is the essential resource for any dad that wants to be the best dad that he can be. We know that no child comes with an instruction manual, and most are figuring it out as they go along. The Fatherhood Insider is full of valuable resources and information that will up your game on fatherhood. Through our extensive course library, interactive forum, step-by-step roadmaps, and more you will engage and learn with experts but more importantly with dads like you. So check it out today! TRANSCRIPT Christopher Lewis [00:00:06]: Welcome to dads with daughters. In this show, we spotlight dads resources and more to help you be the best dad you can be. Christopher Lewis [00:00:16]: Hey, everyone, this is Chris. And welcome back to the Dads with Daughters podcast, where we bring you guests to be active participants in your daughter's lives, raising them to be strong, independent women. Really excited to have you back again this week. As always, every week, I love being able to sit down and talk to you about the journey that you're on in being a father to a daughter. And every dad's journey is just a little bit different. And that's why it's so important for us to talk to other dads, to listen to other dads, to learn from other dads. And that's why every week I love being able to bring you different people, different guests, different dads that have done this fatherhood journey in a little bit different way and that are still doing their fatherhood journey in a little bit different way. And this week, we got another great guest with us. Mike Stout is with us. And Mike is a father of two daughters. Be talking about that, but he's also known as the Northland Adventurer. He has had some really remarkable experiences kayaking the Great Lakes and doing some other really unique things. And we're going to talk about that as well. And I'm really excited to have him here today. Mike, thanks so much for being here. Mike Stout [00:01:28]: Thank you, Mike. Christopher Lewis [00:01:31]: I said that you are a father of two daughters, and one of the things that I love to do is learn a little bit more about you as a dad. So what I would love to do is turn the clock back in time and all the way back to that first moment when you found out that you were going to be a dad to a daughter, what was going through your head? Mike Stout [00:01:50]: Wow. Yeah, it was a blessing. It was a miracle that came true. I'll go back further. When I was in college, at the age of maybe 20 years old, I began looking forward, looking envisioning what would my life be like? And the only thing I thought of and could think of was, I'm going to have two daughters. I envision holding their hands, taking them shopping, spending time, and that was my singular vision, was going to be the father of two girls. So I never envisioned playing baseball or football or tennis or golf. But the son, it was always two girls. And I've been blessed with two girls. So when I first heard that I was going to be a father, I was ecstatic, of course. Couldn't wait. And then when we discovered it was going to be a girl, it was Islam, a blessing, a miracle that came true. I was just ecstatic. Christopher Lewis [00:02:54]: I talked to a lot of dads, and many dads talk about that. There's definitely a fear of being a father, just in general, but especially with dads, with daughters, that sometimes there's that additional fear of raising daughters. Talk to me about what was your biggest fear in raising your daughters. Mike Stout [00:03:13]: I had such high anticipation. I had no fear. I was just excited. I knew if I had the opportunity, I was going to be a great father. And I was so committed, so confident and so sure I was going to be a great father. And being also a corporate executive, I was going to write a book about being exceptional father. I wanted to make sure that every father knew how important it is for them to be active in their children's lives, but in particular their daughters. Unfortunately, things happen in life and we went through some terrible times and I felt that I failed horribly. And it was about when they were in the fourth and 6th grade, I became a full time single parent, so legal and so physical. And what they went through during that time was so traumatic. I felt I failed because I could protect them against those unimaginable difficult times they went through. So it may be my single greatest regret that I can protect them. And being a father, that's our role, to protect our children, in particular our daughters. So it's still tough. Christopher Lewis [00:04:34]: Let's talk a little bit about that because I know that, like you said, it was a tough time. And for you, I guess now your daughters are adults, you raise them and they're out on their own. As they reflect back now and I don't know, have you had those conversations with them about what you had hoped to be as a father, what you tried to be as a father, and what they reflect back to you about? Of course, for you it was a traumatic time and you know, it was a traumatic time for them. But as you talk to them now and they reflect back, do they give you feedback that eases your mind at all? Mike Stout [00:05:10]: In fact, they have during that time when they're young teenagers or preteens, it was tough, it was confusing for them, for all of us. We're all going through it for the first time together. And being a single father, you get the good, the bad and the ugly. Being a single father, you get mostly the bad and the ugly because they have their girlfriends to give the good to. But I don't mind that I was there. That's my role. I'll take it all. But now that they're adults in their mid 20s often talk to them, one in particular, and they reassure me that I did not fail. That they often say it was because of maybe my being always there and being that pillar that they needed to lean into. That they're proud of what I did. And they were proud that I was there for them, as many other fathers perhaps wouldn't. So having them tell me that it's a great relief feel reassured, but I still feel guilty for not having done more and that's just the reality. But having said that, we also have a granddaughter, which is when you have your children, it's amazing, but when you have a grandchild, it's unimaginable. And I feel that despite all the things that we've gone through, we have come all, you know, full circle and we are better off than I could have ever imagined. So there's hope. There's hope for all of us, even those during those most difficult dark times. And hope people hang out of that and believe that. Christopher Lewis [00:06:46]: Appreciate you sharing that, because that was one of the things I was just going to say, is that it sounds more hopeful than not that for all dads that are going through those dark times and there are going to be some dark times for some dads as they go through that experience, there's going to be high and low points. That may not be as catastrophic as I can tell, that the experience that you went through, but there are still going to be highs and lows and that even if you feel like you failed, you may not have failed, but it may take a little bit of time to work your way back. And that's okay. You just keep working your way back. And we have to never give up on our kids. And as I can tell, you never give up on your kids. And that's one of the things and one of the roles that a father has to do. Mike Stout [00:07:31]: Exactly. Never give up. Christopher Lewis [00:07:33]: Now, as you look back at the relationship that you have with your daughters and you think about each of them, I mean, when you have two kids, you have to do different things because they're different people. You have to build unique relationships with each child. As you think back to both of your kids, how did you create those special bonds with each of your children? Mike Stout [00:07:58]: Uniquely, I was lucky because of the age difference. They were typically in different schools, they were in different competitive teams, had different friends. So I could give them the individual time as they were growing up. But they required more of time, more of my time obviously, to tend to both of them. But I had individual relations and experiences with both of them based on their strengths and weaknesses and moments of need. So because of the age difference, it worked out really well. Christopher Lewis [00:08:28]: That definitely helps. And for some dads you have that larger age difference. Other times they might be right on top of one another and then you have to deal with that as well. But it is so important to be able to create that time, create those moments and have those special moments with each of your children because they will remember that. Now, I did mention that you are also known as the Northland Adventurer. And I know that there was a point in time where you made a big change. You said you were in the corporate world, and as you transitioned out of the corporate world, you made some changes to your life to look at things that you enjoyed doing, and you did some new things. So talk to me about this transition and what it means to be the Northland adventurer. Mike Stout [00:09:14]: Yes, it's been quite the journey. The transition was when I became a full time single parent. I did choose between corporate America and being a full time parent. Unfortunately, I had the means and the opportunity. I thought it was an easy decision. Like I mentioned before, when I was in college, that was my single goal vision, to be the best father. So I was dedicated to that. So when I pivoted, I began consulting. And as our children get older, they become stronger and more independent. And then when they have keys to the car, the dad seemed to be less important than ever before. So as it became, young adults became into their own. It was time for me to rediscover myself. What can I do that I will enjoy personally? Help me from a mental, physical and a spiritual perspective. For some reason, living in the Twin Cities in Minnesota, with the lakes and rivers around, the idea of kayaking came to mind. And I picked up the sport of kayaking, and it touched me. I was fortunate to have, not too far where I live, the Minnesota River, the Mississippi River, the St. Croix, the Namicagan, some incredibly large scenic rivers, and being somewhat competitive and always pushing to be better, I picked up the sport and just fell in love with it. It provided the exercise, the serenity, outdoors, water, adventure, all those things that I love. And immediately I began looking for greater challenges, greater distances, more challenging rivers, greater speed. And very early on, I had the idea of crossing Lake Michigan just after I began the sport. And being from West Michigan, having an affinity for the Great Lakes, I've always felt very comfortable, felt there's been a tug back to the lakes. So I didn't tell my daughters that immediately, and I told a few others, and nobody thought that was a good idea. Paddling 50, 60 miles across the great lake as a beginner, kayaker, it's risky, but I was confident in my skills and my enthusiasm. And the first trip was extraordinary. I paddled from the middle of the afternoon, all night long, early morning, under the stars. Just an amazing experience. But being the first time, it was kind of scary and at times overwhelming. Like anything for the first time was an amazing accomplishment. So the next challenge, I thought, well, I'll cross Lake Superior. Knowing how a few thought Lake Michigan was a good idea, I kept that idea to myself. Make a long story short, the next year I journeyed across Lake Superior. It took me 27 and a half hours it was a treacherous paddle. I was lucky to have gotten off alive. I vowed to never return to Lake Superior again if I got off alive. I made it and I've not gone back to Lake Superior. Then the next challenge was to cross Lake Michigan for the second time, then a third time, then three times in a year, and then for a 6th time. So I'm lucky and excited and proud to say I'm the first person to cross Lake Michigan solo unassisted. Not just once, but a record six times. So the Northland adventure has stuck with me because of over the six years I paddled 6000 miles across the upper Midwest, some of the most scenic rivers and lakes, the Great Lakes, and it's been in this amazing journey. Another factor I chose to do this is because my dad died at an early age and he had regrets that he didn't do those things he wished he had. My brother died when he was 55 and I was 51 at the time. And he had great regrets that he didn't do things that he wished he had when he had the health and opportunity. So that was perhaps a driving force that I wanted to do things when I could. I would have no regrets and also perhaps proved to be a role model for others, but also to give my daughter something to boast about. They say, my dad did this, let's talk about that. Christopher Lewis [00:13:46]: So you did these feats. I'm going to say you had these opportunities, you went and crossed these large, vast areas and you did it alone and by yourself. And you did prevail, you did get through, even through Superior. But let me know, as you started to do this, as you continued to do this, what kind of feedback are you getting from your daughters? Mike Stout [00:14:11]: They've been asked that a number of times by reporters and others, and they simply say, well, that's what my dad does. So at first they thought was maybe a little bit aspirational foolish, perhaps they use different adjectives to describe my thoughts, but now it's simply what their dad does. So I'm glad to be able to instill upon them the sense of independence, confidence, to challenge yourself, pursue new goals. And in that, they have both moved to California on their own, never having a job. So we want to go up there and pioneer and create our own path. We feel that we can do this on our own. And hopefully that my example of pioneering and being adventurous has given them a new venue and a new view on life. Christopher Lewis [00:14:59]: Let's talk a little bit about what you've learned along the way. So as you go across these vast distances by yourself, I'm sure there's definitely time not only to reflect and to think and to ponder, but at the same time, when you're going across a place like Lake Superior that is going to challenge you in other ways and threaten your life. You definitely have to reflect in different ways. But as you've done these different things and as you have been challenged in different ways, how has it made you look at life differently? Mike Stout [00:15:39]: Good question. It makes you truly treasure it and fully appreciate every moment. Especially value those times with your family and close to your friends. Crossing Lake Superior, that was all about survival. I just wanted to get off alive and to be able to watch my children grow and my granddaughter grow as well. In crossing Lake Michigan, I've got that down to a pretty fast pace of just over 13 hours. I've become much more strategic in my approach, choosing good windows of opportunity. But when you cross Lake Michigan, there's four distinct quarters. The first quarter is all about the enthusiasm, the excitement of being able to do this again. Get out there in the middle of the lake where all you see for hundreds of square miles, just a sea of blue. The lake takes on the colors of the sky. It's just an incredible, peaceful, tranquil moment. The second quarter, you start getting into the routine, the effort, the exercise, pacing yourself on the time, the energy, the meals, hydration. It becomes a workout. The third quarter, you begin doubting your wisdom. You're getting fatigued and tired, and even though you're enjoying it, you know you're only halfway through. But it's somewhere near the end of the third quarter, the beginning of the fourth, just before you can see the lighthouse on Lake Michigan, you look up and you really begin thinking and thanking God for such a remarkable life. You think about what you've done and what you haven't done, what you wish you could have done differently. But it all goes back to just how much I appreciate the life that I've had. My two daughters and of course, my granddaughter. So when I look up in the sky and look up in the heaven, I begin envisioning. And actually, I can see the faces of my grandparents, my parents. I imagine my mother rolling her eyes and my dad nodding affirmatively, my brother encouraging me. I see the face of my best friend, Jack Hoyle, who just died a few days ago. The close mentor. Pamela kaspari. And they're all cheering exciting, except for mom. Mom's a little bit apprehensive and wonder what I'm doing. You get this amazing closeness with God. I literally envision speaking to and looking at my brother and my parents, grandparents making my way to Pamela, then Jack, and Jack's next to God. And I just want to take another look down that line and take a picture of God. But of course, the picture of the vision disappears when you're out that lake. And that what drives me back to the lake. To do it that 4th, 5th, 6th time and likely a 7th time, is that closeness that I get there and nowhere else. That closeness with family of past friends and family who passed on before. And I just hope others can truly appreciate how lucky we are to have the life that we have and the opportunities, and most importantly, just embrace your friends and family and of course our daughters and our children and grandchildren. You really appreciate what you have through alone. It's all you have is simply yourself and your thoughts at the time. Christopher Lewis [00:19:18]: You've done some things that other people might have only dreamt of or they may have only thought of doing, or maybe never have even thought of doing, have no interest at all in doing. As you think about the future and other goals, other things that you might want to do. Are there white whales out there for you to slay? Are there other lakes that you want to cross? Do you want to do Ontario and Erie as well? Do you want to do other things as you look at the future? Mike Stout [00:19:51]: Well, I really have an affinity for Lake Michigan. I grew up on West Michigan and I'm always being pulled back to that great lake. So I envision doing a 7th paddle. Maybe there'll be more, but it's just because of that closeness I get with my family and friends and god, I don't envision going anywhere else besides Lake Michigan. I could do others, but that'd be more for. Simply the accomplishment saying I've done this, I've done that, but that close I get. The family on Lake Michigan is extraordinarily special. That draws me back. But I do see doing other things of perhaps giving back. And also before I close, my chapter is to create other nonprofits and help build other businesses and leverage my skills in marketing, business development, and entrepreneurialism. So I have plenty to do, plenty to yet to accomplish. Christopher Lewis [00:20:56]: We always finish our interviews with what I like to call our Fatherhood Five, where I ask you five more questions to delve deeper into you as a dad. Are you ready? Mike Stout [00:21:03]: I'm ready. Christopher Lewis [00:21:04]: In one word, what is fatherhood? Mike Stout [00:21:07]: It's a gift. Christopher Lewis [00:21:08]: When was the time that you finally felt like you succeeded at being a father to a daughter? Mike Stout [00:21:12]: When they tell you that they're proud of you, that affirmation is amazing. And when they tell me to forgive myself? Christopher Lewis [00:21:22]: Now, if I was to talk to your daughters, how would they describe you as a dad? Mike Stout [00:21:26]: Hopefully, and I think they would, they would describe me as being affectionate, supportive, there for them, driven, adventurous, and hopefully proud. Christopher Lewis [00:21:37]: What inspires you to be a better dad? Mike Stout [00:21:39]: I'm driven every day to be a better dad. Like I said, when I was in college, that was my goal. My vision was to have two daughters. And whatever I do, whatever I accomplish, be it in business, adventure, sports, my legacy is my two daughters and granddaughter and doing the best that they can for them. Christopher Lewis [00:22:02]: Now, you've given a number of pieces of advice you've talked about your own experience, but what's one piece of advice you'd want to give to every dad? Mike Stout [00:22:10]: Just celebrate those good times as there are many and during those times of doubt, of worry, to know that you're not alone. You too will get through this and seek those friends that are closest to you because they too have gone through difficult times. We are not alone. Christopher Lewis [00:22:30]: If people want to find out more about you, where's the best place for them to go? Mike Stout [00:22:33]: They can go to my website, the Northland Adventurer, and send me an email there. I've got a nonprofit called Michigan Waterways Stewards. They could go there. It's wwwaterwaystwards.org or maybe contact you. Christopher Lewis [00:22:54]: Mike, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for sharing your story today. Thank you for getting out there and living that adventurous life. And I can live vicariously through your experiences as well as everyone else can as well. But I truly appreciate you sharing your journey today and I wish you all the best. Mike Stout [00:23:11]: Thank you. Christopher Lewis [00:23:12]: We know that no child comes with an instruction manual and most dads are figuring it out as they go along. And the Fatherhood Insider is full of resources and information that will up your game on Fatherhood. Through our extensive course library, interactive forum, step by step roadmaps and more, you will engage and learn with experts, but more importantly, dads like you. So check it firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a father of a daughter and have not yet joined the Dads withdaughters Facebook community, there's a link in the notes. Today Dads withdaughters is a program of fathering together. Find out email@example.com. We look forward to having you back for another great guest next week. All geared to helping you raise strong, empowered daughters and be the best dad that you can be. Christopher Lewis [00:24:01]: We're all in the same boat and it's full of tiny screaming passengers. 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Warning - this episode contains language that may be disturbing to some."For your information, miss high-and-mighty: this is life! People have crises, they push each other's buttons, they inflict pain on one another, and once in a f*cking blue moon they bring out the best in each other. But mostly they bring out the worst." - Margaret ChenowithIn this episode: kitty rubbing, Brenda's bathtub ballucinations, & social conditioningIn other news, we side quest with some cruise ship horror storiesOriginal episode air date 03/24/2002Do Good Mission info:This week we highlight Superior, AZ!Los Hermanos Restaurant & LoungeSuperior Food BankSupport the showSupport us by supporting companies we lovehttp://arthemisclothing.ca - Use SASSPOD for 15% off https://www.muzmm.com- Code SASSPOD for 20% offhttps://www.podpage.com/?via=sasspod to create your own webpagehttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=682706 to start your own podcasthttps://www.lyft.com/i/LISA594490?utm_medium=p2pi_iacc For a LyftGet in touch:(732) firstname.lastname@example.org or sassnsips.comIG @sassnsipsFB @Sass N SipsTwitter @SassSipsIG @RealSassyLisaIG @RealsassyBritYouTube @Sass N SipsPodchaser podchaser.com/sassnsipsClips used in this podcast were used in accordance with the US Copyrights act FAIR USE Exemption for criticism and commentary....
Earlier this month, the Superior Telegram released its 20th episode of Archive Dive. For this month's episode of Archive Dive, it is part two of a two-part series looking back at the life of the Bud Grant. The Superior native, legendary Minnesota Vikings Head Coach and Pro Football Hall of Famer passed away earlier this year at the age of 95. Telegram reporter Maria Lockwood is joined by long time sportscaster and current Communicating Arts Senior Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, Tom Hansen, as they discuss Grant's life in sports. You can find that episode at superiortelegram.com or whatever streaming service you listen to this podcast. In case you missed last month's episode, we are re-sharing it here. For part one of our series about Bud Grant, Duluth Media Group digital producer Dan Williamson spoke with one of Bud's granddaughters, former Northern News Now anchor and reporter Natalie Grant as she shared stories and special memories of her grandpa. Thanks for listening!
CTL Script/ Top Stories of September 23rd Publish Date: Sept 21st Henssler :15 From the Ingles Studio Welcome to the Award W inning Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast Today is Saturday, September 23rd, and happy heavenly birthday to musician Ray Charles. ***RAY CHARLES*** I'm Keith Ippolito and here are the stories Cherokee is talking about, presented by Credit Union of Georgia Missing Alpharetta woman was reportedly in Cherokee County Cherokee County leaders hear presentation on proposed 2024 budget Cherokee County courts honored for excellent clearance rates Plus, Bruce Jenkins catches up with Leah McGrath from Ingles Markets to discuss cottage chese. We'll have all this and more coming up on the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast, and if you're looking for Community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! Commercial: CU of GA - ELON STORY 1: CSO: Missing Alpharetta woman was reportedly in Cherokee County Maury-Ange Martinez, a missing Alpharetta woman, was reportedly in southeast Cherokee County on the day she disappeared, according to the Cherokee Sheriff's Office. She had been released from Gwinnett County jail on August 21 and was last seen near Wiley Bridge Road in unincorporated Woodstock. Despite typically staying in contact with her family, she hasn't been heard from since that evening. Martinez is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighing around 100 pounds, with long brown hair, brown eyes, and tattoos, including a snake on her sternum. Authorities are urging anyone with information to call 911 or the CSO Criminal Investigations Division....……Read more on this story at tribuneledgernews.com STORY 2: Cherokee County leaders hear presentation on proposed 2024 budget The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners held a public hearing to discuss the proposed $396 million budget for the 2024 fiscal year. The budget allocates funds to various sectors, including public safety, general administration, public works, housing, development, culture, recreation, and health. It includes $2.1 million for 40 new positions across different departments. Additionally, the capital funds budget is set at $107.7 million, an increase of 9.8% from the previous year, with projects focusing on fire, law enforcement, parks, public works, and courthouse facilities. The proposed budget is based on millage rates passed in August and may be adopted on October 3. STORY 3: Cherokee County courts honored for excellent clearance rates Three Cherokee County courts—Superior, Juvenile, and Magistrate Courts—have been honored with the Clearance Rate Excellence Award by the Judicial Council of Georgia. This award is presented to the top 10% of courts in each category that demonstrate outstanding performance in maintaining clearance rates, indicating efficient case management. These courts have achieved or exceeded a 100% clearance rate. Despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and case backlogs, the courts, along with the support of various agencies, have effectively managed their caseloads using virtual courts and e-filing. This recognition acknowledges their hard work and dedication. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. Back in a moment Break: ESOG - Drake - Dayco STORY 4: ‘Downton Abbey' style party to raise money to help homeless in Cherokee The Homeless Coalition of Cherokee County is hosting a fundraising event called "Downton Milly," a turn-of-the-century themed celebration inspired by "Downton Abbey." Taking place on October 14th at the Timbers on Etowah, the event is a costume ball featuring food, drinks, dancing, DJ music, and a silent auction. Attendees are encouraged to dress in early 1900s attire, and a king and queen will be crowned. The nonprofit aims to support homeless individuals through programs like Operation Roof, Path to Home, and upcoming long-term housing assistance. The slogan for the event is "Everyone deserves a castle to call home." Tickets cost $90, and donations can be made on the nonprofit's website for those unable to attend. For more information, visit https://www.homelesscoalitioncherokee.org. Story 5: History Cherokee offering space for events The Cherokee County History Center is now offering event space for rent, including the Ken White Main Hall and Myra White Classroom, accommodating up to 100 and 30-50 people, respectively. These spaces are equipped with Wi-Fi and AV equipment. The Museum Galleries are also available for guests. History Cherokee aims to serve a variety of event needs, from weddings to corporate events, workshops, and lectures. This addition complements their existing Rock Barn rental facility. For pricing and more information, visit historycherokee.org. Commercial: Powers – Ingle 9 – Cherokee Chamber Story 7: New restaurant at former R&M Hoagie Shoppe expected to open next year A new restaurant is set to open in the former R&M Hoagie Shoppe building at 117 W. Main St. The building, which was owned by the DeLuca family for almost 50 years, went up for sale in 2019 upon their retirement. The new owners, Salem and GG Makhlouf, who also own Local on North in downtown Canton, are currently renovating the space to create a "new concept cuisine" restaurant. The anticipated opening date for the new restaurant is spring 2024. STORY 8: Bingo event to benefit Limitless Disability Services in Woodstock The Hickory Flat Optimist Club is organizing a bingo event on October 14th at 6 p.m. at Hickory Flat Fellowship Church near Canton. The event includes a bake sale, raffles, and 10 bingo games for a $20 donation. Proceeds will support Limitless Disability Services in Woodstock, a nonprofit offering day services to adults with disabilities. The grand prize is a $500 Visa gift card, and refreshments will be available for purchase. For more details, contact email@example.com. We'll have closing comments after this Chamber - Henssler 60 – Cumming Fair – Cherokee Chamber Thanks again for listening to today's Cherokee Tribune Ledger podcast. . 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Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the program to talk about President Biden and the U.N. General Assembly, before he tears apart Attorney General Merrick Garland for his performance yesterday on Capitol Hill. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Wade and Tain discuss statutory changes as a result of the Superior and State Court Appellate Practice Act (SSCAPA) . The written outline, with citations, can be found at goodjudgepod.com.
Enio Augusto e Marcos Buosi falam sobre tudo que envolve o mundo dos tênis e também de outros acessórios relacionados à corrida. Tem análise, reviews, dicas, palpites, questionamentos, opinião, informação, mercado, números, valores, dúvidas, respostas e muito mais. Participe enviando a sua pergunta. Escute, informe-se e divirta-se. - Tênis Superior Velho ou Tênis Inferior Novo? - Tênis da Diadora - Os tênis que mais vemos nas corridas no Brasil - Qual a quantidade mínima ideal de tênis de corrida? - Razor 3 Elite faz sentido para quem pisa com o calcanhar? - Palpitamos qual tênis o ouvinte deve usar em cada treino SEJA MEMBRO DO CANAL NO YOUTUBE DO PFC Cupons de desconto: Foco Radical - PFC10 para ter 10% de desconto LIVE RUN! XP - PORFALAREMCORRER20 para ter 20% de desconto TRACK&FIELD RUN SERIES - PFC10 para ter 10% de desconto
Frustrated with bland, vanilla, page-turner corporate learning and training programs? Want to improve learning experience at your corporation or institution? Barry Kelly, CEO of Thought Industries, joins me this week on the show for an engaging conversation on all things learning experience. How can we fuel the desire for lifelong learning? How can we prioritize and make sense of corporate learning technology stacks? Tune into episode 107 to hear Barry's story, his 'rocket booster' moment, and his thoughts on the world of education technology. https://www.andrewtemte.com/
Judge Andrew Napolitano joins Sid to discuss the ongoing migrant crisis in New York City and Sid's rally tonight, before assessing the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The One Piece live action talk continues Inside the Cockpit. And quickly descends into a conversation in regards to live action adaptation of anime and other media. From there we switch flight plans and topics. Discussion ranges from Justice finally seeing Across the Spider-Verse to the current hit CRPG Baldur's Gate 3, and of course Josh has a few minutes worth of words in regards to wrestling. Join us inside the cockpit for this episode and be sure to not miss your next flight.The Copilots Review Patreon page --> PatreonNew episodes on the 2nd and 22nd of every month, with interstitial episodes released on the 12th.You can find us on YouTube. Check us out here --> Copilots Review on YouTubeIf you would like to contact us or recommend a series for us to watch/listen/play/otherwise interact with and review you can email us at CopilotsReview@gmail.com or reach us on Twitter at @copilotsreview, or join the Discord or find all of these options at copilotsreview.simplecast.com. Thanks again!We would love to thank JaxGameFace for our wonderful intro and outro music. Jax can be found streaming on Twitch at twitch.tv/JaxGameFace and on Twitter at @FaceJaxLastly we want to thank Jessica Kuczynski! She designed our awesome podcast art. You can find her other work, her shop or commission her for original art at her website jessicakuczynski.com or at her Twitter
I'm Josh Cooperman and this is Convo By Design. Today on the show, you are going to hear from one of my favorite designers. This is Jenn Feldman, an amazing designer with equally strong musical taste. No, really! Designer Resources ThermaSol - Redefining the modern shower experience. Episode 271 featuring Mitch Altman Moya Living - Beautiful, durable powder coated kitchen, bath & outdoor kitchen cabinetry Design Hardware - A stunning and vast collection of jewelry for the home! The Oasis Alliance - Providing design to those in need. I asked Jenn to send me her artist playlist. And she did. Let's start with this because if you have learned anything about me from this show it's that I love music. All kinds of music provided it's good. So I asked Jenn for her list and here is what she sent me, I'm thinking not in any particular order… Lukas Nelson, Lem Bridges, Teddy Swims, Billy Joel (right next to him, she wrote “duh”), Fleetwood Mac, Notorious BIG, Steely Dan, Taylor John Williams, and the Doobie Brothers. A side note, every time I think of the Doobie Brothers, the first thing that comes to mind is not the fantastic music, but the quote… “Which Doobie, you be?” If you have no idea, what I'm talking about, check the show notes. Jenn, awesome list. It's interesting to me too, how your design work is as vast and varied as your musical taste. I maintain that there is a strong and unbreakable connection between music and design if you seek it out. The same way that there is a story woven into every good song, there is a story woven into strong design. Jenn knows this, Jenn does this, masterfully. And you are going to hear how, and why, right after this. Thank you, Jenn for the time, the playlist and the chat. Thank you to my partners and sponsors ThermaSol, Moya Living, Design Hardware. I truly appreciate the partnership. And thank you for listening, downloading and subscribing to the podcast. Please make sure you are subscribed so you get every episode of the show the moment its published. Please email me with suggestions and show ideas, love the input. Email is convobydesign@outlook dot com and on Instagram @convoxdesign with and “x”. Thanks for listening. Until next week, be well and take today first. -CXD
David Weck is a fitness innovator, biomechanist, BJJ blue belt, and a world-class performance coach to professional athletes worldwide. His methods of the coiling core, rotational movement training, and bilateral torsion training are based on the understanding of the Spinal Engine Theory.This theory poses that movement originates in the core. The core is what powers humans forward through space. The standing belief amongst the greater fitness industry is that the core mainly transfers force, and it's primary function is to resist rotation.David believes this “braced core” model is the cause of increases in non-contact sports injuries, and robs athletes of power, strength, and durability. His methods, in contrast, develop pure athletic ability, including strength, power, and longevity.Learn about David Weck and his innovative training methods here, in the latest episode of the Order & Progress Podcast.In this episode you will learn:What is the Spinal Engine TheoryWhy the standing “braced core” model is wrong, and may be causing the rise of non-contact injuriesWhy it's still important to do bilateral training like deadliftsWhat is the coiling core, rotational movement training, and bilateral torsion trainingHow these methods will help your BJJ performanceHow his methods reduce injuries and improves longevityHow to get started with the Weck MethodLearn more at seekprogress.com and follow us at @seek.progressSign up for weekly BJJ performance and longevity content here.
Episode #278. If you follow a plant-based diet, chances are you've wondered if you're getting an adequate amount of omega-3. Join me as I sit down with Professor Philip Calder, an international authority in nutritional immunology with over 20 years of research on fatty acids. Professor Calder helps to cut through the confusion to give you the science-backed breakdown on how these fats impact your health, and how much you should really be consuming. Learn everything you need to know about these essential fats in your diet in this episode. Specifically, we discuss: Introduction (00:00) Philip Calder's Passion for Fatty Acids and His Background (02:00) Debunking Major Fatty Acid Myths in Academia & Social Media (05:53) Altering Cell Membrane Health Through Diet (11:14) Understanding Essential Fats: Why are They Vital? (13:57) Low Conversion Rates: From ALA to EPA & DHA Explained (18:08) The Importance of Monitoring Omega 6 Intake (23:31) The Link Between Omega 6 Fatty Acids and Inflammation (27:28) Does Dietary Linoleic Acid Impact Arachidonic Acid? (35:23) The Inflammatory Role of Arachidonic Acid (37:29) Linoleic Acid & Its Inflammatory Effects (40:41) Should Western Diet Adopters Reduce Omega 6 Intake? (43:56) Major Omega 6 Food Sources and Their Alternatives (45:58) Balancing Omega 3 & Omega 6: Impact on Inflammation (48:57) Plant-Based EPA & DHA: The Genetic Modification Approach (52:04) The Health Implications of Replacing Saturated Fat with Linoleic Acid (59:24) Cardiometabolic Risks of Polyunsaturated Fats (1:03:55) How Omega 3 & Omega 6 Influence Insulin Resistance (1:07:17) Polyunsaturated Fats' Effect on Blood Pressure (1:08:31) The Long-Term Impact of Consuming Polyunsaturated Fats (1:12:05) EPA & DHA Research Variance: Doses, Types, and Outcomes (1:15:40) Ideal Omega 3 Levels for General Health (1:21:51) Benefits of Plant-Based EPA & DHA Supplements (1:27:55) Concerns with Low ALA Levels (1:30:17) Absorption Efficiency of EPA & DHA Supplements (1:32:34) The Science Behind Omega 3 Testing (1:34:28) Algae Oil vs Fish Oil: Which is Superior? (1:36:36) DPA Supplementation and Its Benefits (1:38:33) Does DHA & EPA Supplementation Impact Cholesterol Levels? (1:40:34) Potential Side Effects of DHA & EPA Supplements (1:42:03) Conclusion (1:45:44) Learn more about Professor Philip Calder and his work at southampton.ac.uk/people/5wzh2r/professor-philip-calder. Optimise your health with InsideTracker's biomarker analysis. Get exclusive access to InsideTracker's new ApoB test, and a significant discount at insidetracker.com/simon. Enjoy, friends. Simon Want to support the show? The best way to support the show is to use the products and services offered by our sponsors. To check them out, and enjoy great savings, visit theproof.com/friends. You can also show your support by leaving a review on the Apple Podcast app and/or sharing your favourite episodes with your friends and family. Simon Hill, MSc, BSc (Hons) Creator of theproof.com and host of The Proof with Simon Hill Author of The Proof is in the Plants Watch the episodes on YouTube or listen on Apple/Spotify Connect with me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Nourish your gut with my Plant-Based Ferments Guide Download my complimentary Two-Week Meal Plan and high protein Plant Performance recipe book
Reddit Stories | OP and their wife, both experienced in the restaurant industry, were offered co-ownership due to the wife's culinary expertise. Conflict arose when a co-owner's wife joined the staff to manage a new brunch program, leading to tensions and a heated exchange with OP. Surprisingly, the owners involved OP's wife and criticized OP's behavior despite their solid work history. OP and their spouse decided to disengage from the business and leave the restaurant industry. Facing an upcoming meeting with an owner, OP seeks guidance on how to navigate it, considering their decision to exit the business.
Today, Roger will be teaching from Hebrews 8:1-6 Click here for the slides for this sermon - https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BAMfqM_Vz3O1OUnaex-peDq9deYjuGt3cPkx2oFDjo0/edit?usp=sharing Move from the Crowd to the Core: https://hccnv.breezechms.com/form/3b1413 Subscribe to the Prayer Chain here: https://hccnv.breezechms.com/form/db342f Fill Out a Connect Card Here: https://hccnv.breezechms.com/form/978213 You Can Give Online at: https://hccnv.breezechms.com/give/online You Can Also Visit Us Online at: https://hilltopchurchnv.com/
Today Ted speaks with Eric Payne, founder of NuWest Builders and Co-Founder of Paynecole, an architecture firm specializing in 3D-rendered designs in Whitefish, MT. Growing up on a farm and surviving having a dot com business during the bubble taught Eric work ethic, follow through, and an unmatched drive to succeed. After transitioning to building, and scaling a successful luxury custom home business, Eric realized the greatest frustration he and his team had was solvable. Traditional building plans left so many unanswered questions, but after meeting Nic Cole, Eric learned that 3D renderings that stayed ahead of builders and were designed by professional animators could wildly improve the customer experience and building process for his team. Today, Ted digs into how Payncole came to be, how technology is changing the building industry, and the mindset that Eric operates from to build successful businesses. TOPICS DISCUSSED[1:50] Growing up surrounded by technology[6:05] Early adoption of technology changes how you think[9:20] How do you decide which technologies are useful?[12:50] Unique renderings of building projects and the process[15:10] Building plans are the number one source of frustration [19:50] Scaling 3D rendered plans[21:30] Mentors throughout life[28:20] What you accomplish with what you're given[30:50] How Zoom shifted scaling a business[32:00] Working on iconic structures in Whitefish[35:55] The start of Payncole[41:45] Adoption and education in this new technology[46:20] What do people not know about you?[50:35] What's a failure you learned from?[54:00] Where do you see yourself and the building industry in 10 years?CONNECT WITH GUESTPaul ShepherdWebsiteInstagramLinkedInKEY QUOTES FROM EPISODEI think our industry is dominated by limited goals. Most of the, from a builder standpoint, a builder will find this is the max capacity that we have. It's six homes at any one time, or it's two homes a year, whatever that is. And that's the max, because they're used to doing things same way they've always done them, and they wanna do them right. And that is a great, great goal to have, and it's a great limited goal. But if, again, if we can prove to these people like some of the great innovators that have come before, is we can change your whole way of thinking. That, I believe, is where the ultimate success comes from. So we started focusing on the renderings, bringing in art, the guys that were better, they're not architects that are doing these renders, they're animators and they're graphic artists.I'm about to see the West, specifically Montana, I see exploding far more than what we already have. I think we've just seen the tip of the iceberg.
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Hablo de nuevo con Val Muñoz de Bustillo, de Polymatas, esta vez sobre naturaleza humana. Algunos de los temas que tocamos: - ¿Qué es la naturaleza humana? - Influencia de genes vs. cultura en nuestro comportamiento. - Diferencias entre hombres y mujeres. - Origen evolutivo de la moral. - El “lado oscuro” de nuestra naturaleza. - Y mucho más. Biblioteca Polymata: https://fitnessrevolucionario.com/biblioteca (REVOLUCIONARIO75) Artículo en Polymatas sobre naturaleza humana: https://www.polymatas.com/naturaleza-humana/ Webinar Pruebas Libres Técnico Superior en Dietética: https://fitnessrevolucionario.com/tsd Como siempre, puedes escuchar también el episodio en iVoox, Spotify y Apple Podcast.
In this deeply personal video, Krishna America Flores, a dedicated member of the US Marines, shares her poignant journey from enlistment to combat deployment. Born in New York and having grown up with a backdrop of the El Salvador Civil War, Flores enlisted as a Private First Class and quickly rose through the ranks. Her story takes us from the bustling streets of New York to the challenging terrains of Okinawa deployment and the war in Iraq. As a female marine, she faced unique challenges, including a harrowing incident where she was assaulted within the military ranks. This video sheds light on the experiences of female combat veterans, particularly during their combat deployment in Iraq. Flores' narrative is not just about the challenges enlisted marines face, or about solely E-4 marines in motor transport roles, but also about resilience, recovery, and her mission to improve veteran affairs. Join us, as Urban Valor presents this compelling story, offering an intimate look into the lives of war veterans, the realities of military PTSD, and the indomitable spirit of our military veterans.#military #veteran #urbanvalor #combatveteran #ptsd #usmarines #marines
Hebrews 1:4-7 3b After making purification for sins, He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high, 4 having become as much superior to angels as the name He has inherited is more excellent than theirs. 5 For to which of the angels did God ever say, “You are My Son, today I have begotten you”? Or again, “I will be to Him a father, and He shall be to Me a Son”? 6 And again, when He brings the firstborn into the world, He says, “Let all God's angels worship Him.” 7 Of the angels He says, “He makes His angels winds, and His ministers a flame of fire.” Key Words: Name, Inherited, Superior, Father, Son, Begotten, Angels, Worship Keystone Verse: [Jesus has] become as much superior to angels as the name He has inherited is more excellent than theirs. (Hebrews 1:4) Download Bulletin
We return to Ste. Sault Marie to the Michigan Paracon 2023 and meet up with The Ghost Contact Paranormal Team. With great tales of their paranormal adventures, we are entertained by ghost stories. Sault Ste. Marie is the oldest city in Michigan, and among the oldest cities in the United States. Over the course of our history, the flags of several sovereign nations have flown over the Sault. Over 2,000 years ago, Native Americans began to gather here for the wealth of fish and fur found along the rushing waters of the wide, turbulent river that linked the Great Lakes of Superior and Huron. Spring and Fall were important seasons for these original settlers, and they called the area “Bahweting,” or, “The Gathering Place.” The area's first full-time residents lived in lodges framed of wood poles, sheathed with bark or animal hides. The river below the rapids provided an abundance of fish for Native peoples, as well as several tribes from throughout the region, who migrated here during the peak fishing season. It continues to remain a world-class spot for sport fishing. In the 1600's, French missionaries and fur traders began to venture into this beautiful territory. The traders began calling the wild area Sault du Gastogne. In 1668, the legendary Jesuit missionary and explorer Fr. Jacques Marquette renamed this burgeoning European settlement Sault Ste. Marie, in honor of the Virgin Mary—the first “city” in the Great Lakes region. Please hit Subscribe/Follow and leave a 5-star rating and review. Click here to Donate to the show. Click here to go to our webpage. Click here for our Etsy Page.
In this episode I am once again joined by Dr Alexander Arguelles, world-renowned polyglot, linguist, and scholar of comparative religion. Dr Arguelles discusses the spiritual dimension of language, recounts his own experiences of self-transcendence, and comments on the power of reading sacred works in their original languages. Dr Arguelles reflects on his personal explorations in meditation, pranayama, and prayer and shares his own method to silence the monkey mind with a combination of breath control and linguistic meditation. Dr Arguelles also discusses how to include work and study as a part of spiritual practice, details the lifestyle habits required to nourish the life of the mind, and warns against the deleterious effects of the convenience traps found in modern life. … Video version: https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep217-spiritual-life-of-the-mind-dr-alexander-arguelles-3 Also available on Youtube, iTunes, & Spotify – search ‘Guru Viking Podcast'. … Topics Include: 00:00 - Intro 00:56 - Spiritual dimension of language 05:34 - Silencing the monkey mind 09:41 - Superior meditation 10:14 - Experiences of profundity and trance 13:39 - Power of sacred languages 15:11 - Realisation of vastness 16:50 - Self transcendence and choosing the hard path 18:51 - Life without the monkey mind 20:51 - Comparisons to classic meditation paths 21:53 - Dr Arguelles spiritual experiences studying Sanskrit and Russian 29:51 - The source languages of the world 31:40 - Powerful sacred works in Latin 32:57 - The Bhagavad Gita 33:51 - Reading as a spiritual exercise 34:50 - Obtaining mother language's blessing 41:26 - Working with resistance 42:54 - Professor Arguelles' linguistic meditation technique 49:06 - Traits of great polyglots of the past 51:38 - The art of shadowing 53:56 - Degradation of intellect 57:18 - The convenience trap 57:59 - The dumbing down of the 20th century 59:23 - Urbanisation and natural living 01:02:51 - Lifestyle and dietary habits for maximising the life of the mind 01:05:37 - Learning as a mental and spiritual exercise 01:06:02 - Keeping your edge as you age 01:07:52 - The Rule of St Benedict 01:09:35 - Work and study as prayer and meditation 01:12:31 - Working with Dr Arguelles … Previous episodes with Dr Alexander Arguelles: - https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep199-path-of-the-polyglot-dr-alexander-arguelles - https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep207-wandering-polyglot-dr-alexander-arguelles-2 To find our more about Dr Alexander Arguelles and his Academy, visit: - https://www.alexanderarguelles.com/academy/ For more interviews, videos, and more visit: - https://www.guruviking.com Music ‘Deva Dasi' by Steve James
En este video describo varios tests que una persona en forma debería ser capaz de superar. El objetivo es lograr un cuerpo funcional, que equilibre múltiples capacidades físicas. Este audio corresponde al siguiente video de mi canal: https://youtu.be/dR12cT3fOrk Webinar Pruebas Libres Técnico Superior en Dietética: https://fitnessrevolucionario.com/tsd Evento presencial Perform Institute: https://www.performinstitute.com/
Judge Andrew Napolitano joins Sid to discuss Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani's legal troubles and what it means for their respective wallets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
En este episodio de Fuera de Juego, destaca la histórica goleada del Atlético de Madrid al Rayo Vallecano en un desempeño que lleva a debatir si los Colchoneros lucen como un mejor equipo que el Real Madrid y el Barcelona en el arranque de la temporada 2023-24 de LaLiga. Por otro lado, con sólo 16 años, Lamine Yamal ha llamado la atención de propios y extraños, a tal grado que ya comienza a provocar comparaciones, pero la discusión se centra en si es demasiada presión para el joven futbolista que lo comparen con Messi, por lo que el debate se centra en que, para no presionarlo, las comparaciones quizá deberían ser con Dembélé. Además, un repaso de los resultados más relevantes de la Jornada 3.
En este audio resumo estrategias efectivas para mejorar la calidad de tu piel: ejercicio, dieta, protector solar, vitamina C, retinoides, colágeno hidrolizado, ácido hialurónico y más. Enlaces relacionados: - Mi nuevo libro, Vive Más, en Preventa https://amzn.to/3E8WFbt - Articulo salud intestinal: https://www.fitnessrevolucionario.com/salud-intestinal/ Limpiadores: - Gel limpiador: https://amzn.to/3P7WUcY - Espuma limpiadora: https://amzn.to/3sjU5g5 Antioxidantes (Vitamina C): - La Roche-Posay Pure Vitamin C Serum: https://amzn.to/3oX4fS2 - Sérum Vitamina C + ácido lalurónico: https://amzn.to/3snqDFZ Retinol y Hialurónico: - Vichy LiftActiv Retinol (para empezar): https://amzn.to/3HFkaej - Endocare Renewal Retinol Serum (más concentrado): https://amzn.to/3P7JEVR - Yves Rocher (ácido hialurónico): https://amzn.to/3stsDwh Este audio corresponde al siguiente video de mi canal: https://youtu.be/dENbrBD-YRs Webinar Pruebas Libres Técnico Superior en Dietética: https://fitnessrevolucionario.com/tsd Evento presencial Perform Institute: https://www.performinstitute.com/
How to Get Superior Health with Dr. Matt Chalmers In today's episode, our guest is Dr. Matt Chalmers. He is a health and wellness expert, author, and speaker who specializes in the areas of long-term wellness, nutrition, women's health, weight loss, athlete wellness, and holistic healing. He is also the author of the bestselling book “Pillars of Wellness,” which helps readers cut through the information overload about wellness, exercise, and diet to figure out the actions they can take that will have the greatest impact. [2:30] Why should I listen to you? Typically, the conversations I have with people revolve around important health issues. I specialize in various areas that conventional medicine may not address effectively, such as hormone therapy and cardiac prevention. Currently, my primary goal is to combat the opioid epidemic by leveraging the benefits of cannabis and ketamine. Many people either have misconceptions or limited knowledge about the tools we have to combat this crisis. [3:40] How did you arrive at this point? Can you share the journey that led you to confidently discuss this topic on a podcast? It's actually quite amusing. I play the medical role in what's essentially a venture capital (VC) company. Our primary task involves evaluating various deals. We work extensively with NFL athletes because they often come across questionable deals and require someone to tell them when something isn't right. So, when someone brought us a cannabis-related opportunity, it piqued our interest. At first, we didn't pay much heed, assuming it was just another offering. However, it turned out that cannabis has incredible medical potential. In fact, it can alleviate pain in 64% of cases, which rivals opioids. This completely changed my perspective on cannabis. We realized that many people were missing out on its remarkable health benefits, primarily due to misconceptions or concerns about smoking or vaping. To address this, we employ a unique technology that allows users to benefit from cannabis without smoking, vaping, or ingesting it. This method provides pain relief without the psychoactive effects. For instance, I discussed in my TED Talk how I used these cannabis strips to help my 10-year-old son recover from surgery without experiencing a high. We've found great success in using this approach to manage pain for various medical conditions. This journey started as a response to the opioid epidemic, and we believe more people should be aware of these alternatives. [5:58] In your journey of doing this work, what sparked your passionate connection to it? Was it driven by personal experiences, childhood influences, or a desire to help a specific demographic in need? Interestingly, I have a personal connection to this endeavor, although it's not the primary reason for my involvement. I'll share that connection with you. Back in 2007, I was in a car accident that left me with a broken left foot, a fractured left femur, and my face meeting the car's dashboard, resulting in a severe concussion. To address the pain, I was prescribed opioids. Now, here's where it gets interesting: Due to the concussion, I completely forgot that I had already taken two of those pills, and I ended up taking two more. If I hadn't woken up and realized what happened, I could have been in a dire situation. So that incident is certainly part of my connection to this cause. But the primary reason I'm deeply committed to this mission is my network of connections and driven individuals who share this vision. I firmly believe that if you have the means to make a significant positive impact on people's lives and you choose not to act, it's a tragedy. I have the resources and the drive to make a difference, and I can't let that opportunity slip by. I understand firsthand the challenges faced by individuals in similar situations, and it's a matter of doing our absolute best because there aren't many people with the kind of access we have to make a meaningful change in this field. [7:56] So, considering that this concept has existed for a while, why do you think it's relatively unknown, and why aren't more people aware of these potentially life-changing treatments? First of all, cannabis has been unfairly demonized for a long time, which has created a lot of skepticism and hesitation around it. People tend to view it in a negative light. As for ketamine, it's a relatively recent discovery that it can effectively break addictions about 85% of the time. This breakthrough has only come to light in the last decade or so. Despite ketamine's extensive use in pediatric surgery for its safety, its potential for addiction treatment remained largely unknown. We're working to change that by bringing this knowledge to the forefront. While there are ketamine clinics here and there, not many people are aware of its potential in addiction treatment. What sets us apart is that we've developed a technology using sublingual strips that can deliver ketamine safely and effectively. This means we can reach more people and help them overcome addiction. As we continue to share this information through platforms like podcasts, we hope to create greater awareness and meet the growing demand for this groundbreaking approach, ultimately helping more individuals break free from addiction. [9:25] Could you explain what ketamine is? I've heard of it, but I'm not entirely sure what it is and how it works. Can you break it down for us? Ketamine serves a dual purpose – it's used for pain management and as an anesthetic to induce unconsciousness. The crucial difference is how opioids and ketamine affect the brain. Opioids impact various brain regions, including the one responsible for autonomic respiration, which controls breathing during sleep. The danger with opioids is that they can suppress this part of the brain, causing respiratory failure and, ultimately, death. That's the primary reason opioids are so deadly. On the other hand, ketamine doesn't interfere with the part of the brain that controls respiration. This is why it's considered a safer option. Ketamine has been a staple in the medical world for some time due to its safety profile, particularly in surgeries where it's used as an anesthetic. Ketamine works by targeting NMDA receptors in the brain. Think of your brain as a tangled string, and NMDA helps straighten it out. When used in a specific regimen, known as a ketamine cycle over several days, it can effectively flush out addictive behaviors. Some individuals have reported that after a five-day session, they experienced a significant reduction in their cravings and addiction, such as in the case of cocaine. In essence, ketamine offers a safer alternative for addiction treatment without the life-threatening respiratory risks associated with opioids. [15:56] How can we reconsider the demonization of substances like marijuana and psychedelics for potential benefits? It's fascinating how politics often shifts with public opinion and perception. When it comes to topics like medical cannabis, it's reassuring to see that the vast majority of individuals support expanding doctors' choices for patient care, especially when these alternatives are safer. Public sentiment can have a significant impact on motivating policymakers to contemplate changes in laws. Engaging in nationwide discussions and open dialogues on these topics can help dismantle any existing barriers and clarify misunderstandings. Individuals need to express their backing for policies that resonate with their principles and the welfare of the community. In doing so, we can offer guidance to our representatives and ensure they remain attentive to our shared aspirations and necessities. [21:10] What does life look like for you? You know, it's one of those things when you're able to help somebody with something they've never had anyone else help them with. We do this with lives, and we do this with conditions like ulcerative colitis, and more. When you finally fix an issue that someone has been desperately struggling with, it's the most rewarding feeling you can experience. Helping someone in need is incredibly fulfilling, and I aspire to make a positive impact on as many lives as possible. I envision our work expanding beyond Dallas, reaching other areas such as California. We're also planning to offer online services. My goal for the next five years, looking ahead to 2027 or 2028, is to significantly reduce the number of deaths related to addiction. I believe we might see an increase in the next two or three years, possibly reaching around 150,000, but after that, we can make substantial progress. [26:56] How do you envision your role in the future of this mission? Do you aspire to be the enduring face of this initiative, or are you open to passing the torch to someone else if it serves the cause better? This is just one facet of what I do. I'm passionate about many things, and I often speak about various topics in the medical field. For example, I frequently discuss hormones, which can be a hot topic. But the truth is, I've witnessed incredible transformations in people's lives by addressing hormone imbalances. It's remarkable how it can help with brain function and other health issues. As for being the face of this movement, I'll gladly do it as long as it benefits the cause. If someone else, maybe younger or more attractive, comes along and can take the reins, that's fantastic. I'm not possessive about it. My goal is to see this initiative reach its full potential. If I don't contribute to that, it would feel like a failure because, right now, this is my purpose to make a difference. [30:28] What promise did God make to the world when he created you? I believe my gifts are strongly connected to an understanding of physiological function and a deep passion for improving health. My purpose seems to revolve around being a doctor for as many people as I can, dedicated to enhancing their overall health and wellness. In the grand scheme of all the things I've done, this aspect might be the most significant. 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The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Lafayette County; https://bit.ly/3pzzWysThe Cabin is also presented by Jolly Good Soda, available in all your classic favorite flavors that we remember from childhood. The diet line offers 0 calories, 0 carbs, 0 sugars, and no caffeine – perfect for mixers or just enjoying on a warm summer day (or any day, for that matter); always Wisconsin-based, you can follow @jollygoodsoda on social for the latest on new flavors, fun promotions, and more. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3TSFYY4 Campfire Conversation: Eric and Ana welcome not only Josh Ostermann into The Cabin, but Ron Faiola, author of Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old Fashioned Experience as well as two follow-up books on the topic du jour: Wisconsin Supper Clubs. As the second part of our supper club series, we again discussed the merits of a Wisconsin Supper Club versus places that use the term in other states - it can be vastly different. We also discussed Ron's experiences with researching and writing his books on supper clubs across the state before diving into some more examples of terrific clubs to visit. They included places in cities, like Milwaukee's Jackson Grill - one example of a supper club that had closed for a while but reopened - and Toby's Supper Club in Madison. We went to different corners of the state, from 3 Mile Supper Club in the extreme southwest to Hob Nob in the Racine/Kenosha area in the southeast and from Dreamland Supper Club in South Range near Superior in the northwest to River's Edge outside Marinette in the northeast. Unique features or histories of some supper clubs were discussed, including the first chilled salad bar in the United States making its debut at the Sky Club in Plover; the many many many antlers and animal pelts at Antlers Supper Club in Bonduel; the beautiful surroundings at Ishnala on Mirror Lake in Wisconsin Dells; the 160-oz. Steak challenge at Black Otter Supper Club in Hortonville; and more. Get inspired and find a cozy, tasty supper club near you by listening to this episode, and feel free to check out Ron's full research with his books and website, links are below!_____________________________Links:Check out Ron Faiola's website on Wisconsin Supper Clubs, kept updated regularly, here:https://wisconsinsupperclubs.com/Order “Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old Fashioned Experience” by Ron Faiola here:https://www.amazon.com/Wisconsin-Supper-Clubs-Old-Fashioned-Experience/dp/1572841427/ref=asc_df_1572841427/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312144625645&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3744708080288534679&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9018747&hvtargid=pla-570094122871&psc=1 Order “Wisconsin Supper Clubs: Another Round” by Ron Faiola here:https://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=DChcSEwjR2cXM9v-AAxU-9-MHHVyRDJwYABAEGgJ5bQ&gclid=Cj0KCQjwi7GnBhDXARIsAFLvH4m8EadXbePpJK2q8XoheAcdNIZkIG0boRUdv_vUM5-B2lyGGOUQy7caAowDEALw_wcB&sig=AOD64_0fXrVfBqx_Fgybod92EfsfLelBNA&ctype=5&q=&ved=2ahUKEwjN5r3M9v-AAxUTkIkEHdRlBI8Q9aACKAB6BAgDECE&adurl=Order Ron's newest book “The Wisconsin Supper Clubs Story: An Illustrated History, With Relish” here:https://www.amazon.com/Wisconsin-Supper-Clubs-Story-Illustrated/dp/1572843039/ref=asc_df_1572843039/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=507843573010&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3744708080288534679&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9018747&hvtargid=pla-1291982944052&psc=1 Inside SponsorsGroup Health Trust: https://bit.ly/3JMizCX Wisconsin Counties Association: https://bit.ly/3ehxDHH
Sara has been fascinated by UFOs and the possibility of intelligent life beyond the Earth for many years. But do you know how it started? Sara takes us back to an experience her dad had many years ago, how it changed his life, and why she’s determined to find answers about who or what might […]
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Sara has been fascinated by UFOs and the possibility of intelligent life beyond the Earth for many years. But do you know how it started? Sara takes us back to an experience her dad had many years ago, how it changed his life, and why she's determined to find answers about who or what might be out there.But what if these mysterious incidents reported by military and commercial pilots can be explained in a simple but very troubling way? A former high-ranking NASA official now suggests that UFOs are not from a distant galaxy or solar system. He suspects we're seeing proof that the Chinese are in possession of vastly superior technology. Is that possible? If it is, what does it mean for the rest of us?Today, Sara tackles this new explanation for UFOs and also reveals why she does not believe it.Please visit our great sponsors:Allegiance Goldhttps://protectwithsara.comClick or Call 877-702-7272 to tell them Sara sent you and get $5,000 of free silver on a qualifying purchase. My Pillowhttps://mypillow.com/carterUse promo code CARTER to get the queen-size My Pillow for only $19.98 during the 20th Anniversary Sale. Or call 800-685-7221.Time Stamps:0:05 Are we alone?4:59 NASA admin says UFOs are Chinese?6:56 I don't buy it8:16 Unclassified Documents11:42 UFO Question at the RNC Debate13:39 This is not a joke15:57 We have seen a lot of history 17:10 Unclassified Documents cont.19:33 My Dad's story22:45 This isn't China23:58 Show CloseDaily Caller Chinese UFO article: https://dailycaller.com/2023/08/28/nasa-dr-thomas-zurbuchen-ufos-china/
Harvest is Plentiful, Workers are Few | August 27, 2023Bob Schwahn | Lead Pastor Journey Church Mission:We lead people to become ALL IN followers of Jesus. 1 John 2:5b-6 (NIV):This is how we know we are in him: 6 Whoever claims to live in him must live as Jesus did. NEXT STEP QUESTIONS:What are you saying to me? What do you want me to do? Matthew 9:35-38 (NIV):35 Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom and healing every disease and sickness. 36 When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. 37 Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. 38 Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” What did he SEE? Matthew 9:36-37 (NIV):36 When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. 37 Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. 2) What did he FEEL? Compassion (Webster’s):Sympathetic consciousness of others' distress together WITH a desire to alleviate it. 3) What did he DO? Reflection Questions: 1. What evidence do you see in our culture that people are “harassed and helpless” and need Jesus as their shepherd? 2. When you look at the culture around you do you see the “plentiful harvest” that Jesus describes? Why or why not? 3. How do you respond to people in the culture that need Jesus? How about those that oppose the values of Jesus’ Kingdom in their beliefs and behavior? (Frustrated? Angry? Fearful? Repulsed? Superior?) 4. Do you find it difficult to have compassion for them? Why or why not? 5. How/Why was Jesus able to have compassion for those that opposed him and the values of his Kingdom? How/Why can we also have compassion? Who are people that you have a difficult time having compassion for? 6. What is the cost to the Church and the cause of Jesus if we don’t lead with and show compassion for those that need Jesus? 7. Do you think there is a shortage of laborers/shepherds in the church today? Why or why not? 8. How have you responded to the call of Jesus to pray for and become laborers in the Kingdom? How can we raise up more laborers/shepherds in the church? What is your next step? 9. Who can you begin to invest / invite this week? Who could you invite to sit an empty chair next to you next week? Next Steps: Complete the Connect Card to receive more information, have us pray for you, or to ask us any question: http://journeyweb.net/connectcardWant to worship through giving and support the ministry of Journey Church: https://journeyweb.net/giveDownload our app: https://journeyweb.net/app Join our Facebook Group to stay connected throughout the week: https://facebook.com/groups/JourneyChurchBozemanGet your children connected to our children's ministry, Base Camp: https://journeyweb.net/childrenOur Student Ministry is for High School and Middle School students: https://journeyweb.net/studentsSubscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/JourneyChurchBozemanNotes Page: https://journeyweb.net/sermons/notes/2023.08.27.pdf Music L
Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the show to talk about the first primary GOP debate from last night in Milwaukee, the migrant crisis here in New York City, and the potential of a plea deal for one of the mastermind terrorists behind 9/11. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hoy respondo las siguientes preguntas: - Café soluble o instantáneo: ¿Es mucho peor que el "convencional"? - Riesgos del Wifi/Bluetooth. - ¿Cuánto carbohidrato para ganar masa muscular? - ¿Funcionan las técnicas de lectura rápida? Second Brain y Gestión del conocimiento. - Superpoblación mundial y paternidad. - Regla del 85%. Webinar Pruebas Libres Técnico Superior en Dietética: https://fitnessrevolucionario.com/tsd Evento presencial Perform Institute: https://www.performinstitute.com/ Como siempre, puedes escuchar también el episodio en iVoox, Spotify y Apple Podcast.
Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2023. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.
It is easy for us to hate outwardly than it is to love outwardly. But we are called to be like Jesus, and one of his characteristics was how He loved people. Pastor Dru challenges us to take this view in a Biblical context.
Former NJ Superior Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the show to discuss the fourth indictment of former President Donald J. Trump and how severe he believes this one is compared to the other three. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For years there was one cartridge question a deer hunter had to ask themselves. .270 or 30-06? Both have strong merits. Is there a right answer? Mark Boardman and Ryan Muckenhirn sent rounds down range into gel to tackle this highly debated cartridge comparison. The results might surprise you. Frankly, neither of them like the outcome. And that's where this podcast begins.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast