On this episode of our Gilmore Girls mini-series, Swanson, Kiorein and Stairmaster watch as a snowstorm sweeps through Stars Hollow and strands Rory with her grandparents. Elsewhere, Lorelai finally goes on a date with hot teacher Max and we all learn a little lesson about running your hands through someone's hair. ★ Support this podcast ★
#StayClassified with EP154of the Lacrosse Classified podcast. The BIG Focus is up first, training camps are fast approaching so this week Jamie Dawick and Jake Elliott take a look at the EasternConference teams and discuss how the teams stack up and how the standings may look for the upcoming season. Up next in quarter 2, it's time to go back `Lacrosse the Nation` This week, we head for the harbour cityto catch up with a man who has been involved at all levels of Lacrosse in Nanaimo including spearheading the 2018 Presidents Cup, Shawn Swanson is our guest to talk all things Timbermen. Quick Sticks are back in quarter 3 this week as we catch you up to date with the news and notes in the world of Box Lacrosse. Always lots to talk about in Q3! In the final frame we bring you this week's Stampede Stallion of the week. This week it's Jumbo's pick. He's got a beauty this week. How many clues will it take JD to guess who's joining the stable? The show drops every #Tuesday via the Lacrosse Flash podcast network and all courtesy of our great partners in Stampede Tack Vancouver Warriors The NLL and Associated Labels and Packaging #WesternWear #Wrangler #NothingsOffside #BeAWarrior #AssociatedWithYourBrand #FamilyOwned #LabelsAndPackaging #Listen #Lacrosse #Podcast #Boxla
Homeschooling boys can be a challenge—especially once they hit those teenage years. But it can also be a ton of fun! Join HSLDA High School Consultant LaNissir James as she chats with author, blogger, and speaker Monica Swanson about homeschooling teenage boys. They'll cover topics like boundaries and freedom, following your teen's interests, and how to keep a close relationship as your boys grow up. “Sometimes, especially around middle-school, when kids are tweens or teenagers, parents have this tendency to pull back and be like, “OK, I guess they need freedom now. They're changing. They've got their friends now and they don't need mom and dad.” And I'm like, “No, no, no, no!” This isn't the time to pull back. They actually need you now, maybe more than ever. I believe with all my heart that they are grateful when you give them a boundary. And I think when parents are kind of like, “Well, you decide,” they're kind of like, “I don't know! Who knows! How do I know?” They need somebody that says, ‘I actually know what's right and wrong.'” — Monica Swanson
Lucas, Rob, and Shap start the pod talking about some pressing Clipper questions and then pass those questions over in TLTJTP's annual Around the Beat preview of the regular season! Featured on this episode is Law Murray from The Athletic, Mirjam Swanson from the OC Register, and Andrew Greif from the LA Times. Questions featured include: Expectations from PG, most exciting non PG Clipper, Hot Take for the Season, and will Kawhi come back? Stay tuned for Pt 2 coming soon too!
Have you ever noticed some of the highest performers can almost look like they aren't trying? It's because they have gotten really good, and they aren't afraid to fail because they have failed so many times. This skill of being able to "not try" only comes with putting in the reps. The sooner you start, the sooner you will build it. _________ Listening is free and ad free. If you get value from this episode, then do someone else a favor and follow/subscribe, rate it, and share this episode with people you think would benefit from hearing this content by sending them over to GoLeadEverything.com to learn more. If you do not get value, then no sharing required and listening is completely free. For more great content, direct links to my social are at GoLeadEverything.com. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @realPhilSwanson, Facebook and LinkedIn, @PhilSwanson, and for videos of these episodes and other great video content daily, subscribe to the Phil Swanson channel on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5S-dwXUPO-9yIEszIIRU0A Thank you for your support, you are the reason we do what we do. See you next time, and Go Lead Everything. Soundtrack Credit: Hot Coffee – Patrick Patrikios
On this episode of our Gilmore Girls mini-series, Swanson, Kiorein and Stairmaster watch as Rory has her first kiss and Lorelai reacts in an very healthy way. Also, seasonal decorations, bisexual Superman and our history with Dragon Ball Z are all discussed at length. ★ Support this podcast ★
The only thing more challenging than using frenetic DIY self-publishing to springboard a career in children's books might be running a commercial salmon fishery on the Alaskan tundra from a cabin with no electricity, no toilet, and four kids. That's why I was so excited to talk to Robbi Behr and Matthew Swanson, the illustrator-author-married-with-4-kids duo. Robbi illustrates, Matthew writes, and together they make picture books for kids and adults. Robbi and Matthew are a whirlwind of creative action, and their story is just a crazy tale of inventing a creative life that allows them to make the work that's 100% most aligned with who they are and what they value. They started on this path when Matthew got his "most withering rejection", which slammed the door on how they thought their lives would play out. They turned even this painful setback into an opportunity, so it's no surprise that their approach to life has opened the door to amazing lucky breaks. In this interview, we talk about the value of the right kind of day job, how to develop a unique and authentic brand, and why you should definitely NOT try to marry Robbi Behr. More from the episode... Robbi and Matthew joke about the rejection that inspired their creative partnership: "I applied to six graduate schools and I got seven letter of rejection. The University of Minnesota rejected me twice on consecutive Mondays." The two ways you can respond to life's challenges, according to Matthew: "You can have power of conviction behind a story and try everything you can to make that version of the story come true. Or you can pick a thread and follow the thread and let the thread itself be the driving force and see what story materializes." "We live a perfectly comfortable life while being full-time creatives and I just have this other thing on top of it that pays the bills." — Why Matthew still has a day job, despite their success making books. The chance encounter that led to Robbi and Matthew's first commercially published book and what it takes to make your own luck. How "leaping at the first possibility" led to Robbi and Matthew's biggest mistake, and what they could have done differently. Robbi and Matthew discuss developing their unique brand and why authenticity is so important: "I think if you're very deliberate and purposeful upfront about what you will and will not create and you stick to it, then you're more likely at the end where it starts to become more of a business or a profession or a money-generating mechanism for you and others to still be doing what you love." What are the benefits of commercial publishing, and why are Robbi and Matthew excited about returning to self-publishing one day? Robbi and Matthew consider their creative differences an asset. What makes their partnership productive and how do they resolve conflict? Alaskan salmon fishing: the forty-year tradition begun by Robbi's father that Matthew describes as "indescribably unpleasant and yet it's magical." A question about fate reveals how Robbi and Matthew met. More from our guests: Robbi is an illustrator/printmaker/commercial salmon fisherwoman with a BA from Williams College and an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Matthew is a writer/art director/blues harmonica player who has so far failed in every attempt to be swashbuckling. Robbi illustrates. Matthew writes. Together they make picture books for kids and adults. They're also married. And they do all this with four kids. They've published books including Everywhere Wonder, The Real McCoys, Babies Ruin Everything, and more than 70+ self-published books before breaking into commercial press! Next up for this duo? They're converting a 24 foot school bus into a tiny home that they'll be living in with their four kids (and a puppy!) while they travel for a year and give away 50,000 free books to high-poverty schools! They're currently fundraising for this project, and you can learn more about it here. Plus, check out “The Daily Minute” — a series of daily videos exactly a minute long (there's a timer and everything) that purport to be about their creative process, but often include marital antics, funny things that have happened to them, cameos by their kids, and lots of cheese balls on either Instagram or Facebook. Connect with Robbi Behr and Matthew Swanson robbiandmatthew.com instagram @robbi.and.matthew twitter @drawingrobbi twitter @writingmatthew facebook.com/robbiandmatthew https://ie.gofundme.com/f/robbi-matthews-busload-of-books-tour Additional Links idiotsbooks.com bobbledybooks.com https://www.crowdcast.io/e/acpod-robbi-and-matthewThe Autonomous Creative is brought to you by Authentic Visibility: marketing for creatives who (think they) hate marketing. Learn more here!
In the last hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco and Rudy Salazar are joined by Kent Swanson of the KC Sports Network to talk about the Twitter followers Josh gained while in the hospital and the issues on the Chiefs defense. Plus Chiefs Fans on Reddit are very very sad. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of The Catholic Gentleman, Sam and John meet Kadesh Swanson, a Catholic artisan pipe maker, to discuss the joys of smoking a pipe and the benefits it has to our lives and souls. We go into the transcendentals inherently found in the craft of making high-quality pipes, as well as how fraternity, contemplation, and more can be found in smoking. Join us as we unpack the rich history of pipe smoking. In this episode we discuss; How to get started making pipes How pipe smoking is rich in history and tradition How God can use a craft or trade to bring you closer to Him The beauty found in enjoying a pipe And More Kadesh J Swanson (pronounced Kuh-day-sh) was born and raised in the Pacific northwest. He has been a Catholic his whole life and a pipe maker for close to 8 years. He loves studying theology, and spending time with my family. When he is not in the shop making pipes he is usually at a farmers market making tacos for the locals. Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/kjpipes Video: https://vimeo.com/326082806 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here is part one of our double feature horror review! First up we chat about the overlooked 80's monster flick, ‘PUMPKINHEAD.' Tune in for pop culture news surrounding Venom, Transformers, and Dave Chappelle + weekly Recommendations for both, TV and film.Segments created by:Admiral Atlas.Music by: Onarres.Dedicated to:James H. Swanson.
On the show today we'll get you ready for all things Super DIRT Week, including a fourth win this week for Mat Williamson and who's on the pole. We also talk World of Outlaws at Port Royal, All Stars at Fremont, Lucas in the south, and two tight USAC championship battles.
Join Patti Katter with Phil Swanson as they talk about developing confidence to be a leader. Phil is the host of the Go Lead Everything podcast and is also an international mindset coach. He shares the mindset to step up to the challenge of becoming an effective leader. Here's a breakdown of what to expect in this episode: · Difficulty in public speaking as a result of family treatment · When people do not follow is a leader's obstacle to jump over · Advice for leaders who are apprehensive about speaking up · Go Lead Everything's giveaway for listeners · To leave a legacy as the main driver to starting a podcast · And so much more! ~ About Phil Swanson: Passionate about arming people with the tools, mindset, and mentorship to win at whatever they're working to accomplish and expanding their vision for what's possible, Phil Swanson began hosting the Go Lead Everything (GLE) Podcast and founded GLE. They build an international network of millions of leaders who lead with faith, love, integrity, and courage and build up others to do the same. Phils currently serves as a Project Lead for TC Energy, collaborating with a wide variety of stakeholders across the organization, working with executive leaders, and leading subject matter expert teams to develop business plans and strategies that are critical to its operation. In addition to corporate roles, Phil also serves on non-profit boards and committees. ~ You can find Phil Swanson on . . . Website: https://goleadeverything.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/philip.swanson.967 Twitter: https://twitter.com/realPhilSwanson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realphilswanson/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/realphilswanson/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5S-dwXUPO-9yIEszIIRU0A ~ Connect with Patti! Website: https://pattikatter.com/ Online Shop: https://thepatrioticmermaid.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pattikatter/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pattikatter/ Don't forget to join The Wake Up with Patti Katter's private Facebook group. Listen to Wake Up With Patti Katter on all major podcast platforms. Interested in Podcast Editing Services or Interested in starting your own Podcast? Ask Patti for a Consult! Podblade: https://app.podblade.com/r/5KQLLY --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/support
On this episode of our Gilmore Girls mini-series, Swanson, Kiorein and Stairmaster watch as Lorelai and Emily's bickering leads to two birthday parties for Rory and a whole slew of awkwardness. Also, we imagine what would happen if Michael Meyers showed up in Stars Hollow and the proper way to lay in the dirt.★ Support this podcast ★
Jodi Swanson is a photographer most known for her Women of Strength (www.facebook.com/thewomenofstrength) project. She has exhibited this project internationally, but prefers to post her work online in the hopes it will reach those in the far corners of the earth. With a Facebook following of 150,000, her haunting work not only tells the stories of inspirational women, but documents her own journey through the darkness of coming out of a relationship. Her camera was her form of healing and setting herself free from the silent tears so many cry, but never speak of. Courage Up Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1526947990801218/ Courage Up Show Notes https://www.mingshelby.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mingshelby/
This week, Swanson, Kiorein and Stairmaster watch the French-Canadian rodent fantasy, Redwall and discuss the inherent evil that lies in rats as well as what a bunch of mice that are monks might worship. Also, are there less bugs in the world and do we have to play in the dirt to find out?★ Support this podcast ★
I had the pleasure of talking about re-useing and recycling textiles for both art and business this week with Used Clothing Alchemist Crispina ffrench! She is an environmental textile artist, teacher, and coach working with textile waste to build environmental awareness, create a healthy lifestyle, teach by example, and provide the marketplace with lovely home furnishings, clothing, and accessories. We talk about how she got into working with repurposed textiles, her journey through entrepreneurship (including the importance of asking for help), the power and autonomy discovered through creativity, and steps we can take to move towards more ecological approach in both the textile industry and in our own work (hint: it starts with get over the guilt of being human and making waste, so we can make more mindful choices!!) Mentioned in this episode:Crispina's websitestitcherhoodThe Sweater Chop Shop BookCrispina's instagram Eileen Fischer's RenewPatagonia's Worn Wear (these are especially amazing!) Swanson's Fabric Shop
Don't know what to pray? No problem! This is the fourth episode in our series on learning to invite God into the mundane moments of your day. Our goal with this series is to help you bring prayer into the every day, "normal" parts of your day, like "a prayer for cooking dinner, " or "a prayer for starting homework," or even, "a prayer for getting ready for church!" We've broken down the ages and stages of a child's life from infancy to adulthood, and will be sharing specific prayers you can use throughout the moments of your day to help you make prayer your first and best response to motherhood. On today's episode, we're talking about the high school years. Tune in now as Erin, Brooke, and their special guest, Monica Swanson, share some of the challenges of being a mom during this season and offer 4 prayers moms can pray to invite God into the weariness associated with it. SHOW NOTES: https://www.millionprayingmoms.com/s9-e4-everyday-prayers-for-high-schoolers EVERYDAY PRAYERS FOR ALL AGES & STAGES: https://amzn.to/3zIDb9D MILLION PRAYING MOMS ON INSTAGRAM: @millionprayingmoms MILLION PRAYING MOMS ON FACEBOOK: @millionprayingmoms PRAYING MOM BOOK: https://www.millionprayingmoms.com/the-book/ GET YOUR SCRIPTURE-INSPIRED PRAYER CALENDAR: bit.ly/supportMPM
Cross TrainingWork Hard for the LordRead or WatchIf you've ever asked your kid to clean their room, only to have them return a few minutes later claiming the job has been completed, you probably know a thing or two about diligence. "Is that your best work?" we'll ask our daughter. And usually, we know that the answer is, "No." Though we're not expecting perfection, if an important task is rushed or tackled half-heartedly, what's the point in doing it at all? But it's not just our little ones who struggle with putting in less than our best.We're Cross Training to develop our fruitfulness, one of twelve marks of the Master we're working on this year. Fruitfulness comes when we're accountable, full of zeal, diligent workers, and good stewards of our blessings. So how do we take on God's great work today, giving it everything we've got?What You Need to KnowDiligence means putting in our best effort. The Greek word translated "diligent" (2 Peter 1:10; 3:14), is also translated "endeavored" (1 Thess. 2:17), "strive" (Heb. 4:11), making "every effort" (2 Peter 3:15), and being "eager" (Gal. 2:10; Eph. 4:3). And four times, it's translated "do your best" (2 Tim. 2:15; 4:9, 21; Titus 3:12). It means to work hard, bringing intense effort and motivation (Louw-Nida). The Book of Proverbs invites us to learn diligence by watching how ants work, toiling to prepare for the future, needing no boss watching over their shoulder to motivate them (Prov. 6:6-11). Proverbs says that a half-hearted job can wreck an endeavor (Prov. 18:9). So plan your work, laying the proper foundation before diving in (Prov. 24:27). And then work your plan, confident that success often follows "the plans of the diligent" (Prov. 21:5). By faith, we hold to our confidence that God rewards those who diligently seek him (Heb. 11:6). We "make every effort" to mature and develop in virtue, "all the more diligent" as we recognize the confidence we can have as we grow (2 Peter 1:5-10). There's no coasting to eternal life; we have to "strive to enter that rest" ahead of us (Heb. 4:11). Though we don't earn our salvation by our good deeds (Eph. 2:8-9), this journey will require a wholehearted pursuit of the Lord and his holiness (Matt. 6:33; Heb. 12:14).What You Need to DoBring sincere effort to all your tasks, big or small. As we look to identify jobs worthy of our heartiest commitment, both the Old and New Testaments use the word "whatever" (Eccl. 9:10; Col. 3:23-24). Ecclesiastes considers life's brevity and exhorts us not to waste a minute of it with half-hearted effort. "Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might, for there is no work or thought or knowledge or wisdom in Sheol, to which you are going" (Eccl. 9:10). Paul adds that our reverence for Christ motivates a different kind of work, "not by way of eye-service, as people-pleasers, but with sincerity of heart, fearing the Lord. Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men ..." (Col. 3:22-23). So whether it's a humble assignment at work or a major company initiative, whether a spiritual pursuit or a relationship, strive to do it well.Diligently apply yourself to faithfully interpreting the Bible. "Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth" (2 Tim. 2:15). God's Word deserves more than just casual reading. May we follow the example of Ezra, who "set his heart to study the Law of the LORD, and to do it and to teach" (Ezra 7:10). To "study" like Ezra means we "seek, inquire, consult ... learn information not previously known" (Swanson), and then we live it.When your diligence wanes, remember why you work — and why your work matters. Indeed, it's interesting that the English word "diligence" comes from a Latin word (diligo), which means to love. That connection — now often forgotten — between love and work helps us see why Jacob's seven years of labor for Rachel felt like a few days (Gen. 29:20). Perhaps even the Greatest Commandment's emphasis on loving the Lord "with all your might" (Deut. 6:5) points to the effort and commitment we give when led by love. Ultimately, all labor has lasting meaning through Christ's resurrection (1 Cor. 15:54, 58). Through the WeekRead (Mon) — Matt. 9:35-38; Gal. 6:6-10; 2 Peter 1:3-11; 3:11-14; 2 Tim. 2:14-19Reflect (Tue) — How much of my time and attention are devoted to working for God?Request (Wed) — "Lord, May I never grow weary of doing good" (cf. Gal. 6:9).Respond (Thu) — Say "no" to something today so you're able to say "yes" to something spiritually productive.Reach Out (Fri) — How have you overcome the temptation to "phone it in"?Support the Show
It's Homecoming week for the undefeated Kewanee Boilermakers and Coach Brad Swanson says his team is well prepared for their rivalry game against the Princeton Tigers. The Coach of the Boilermakers talked to The Overtime on LocalSportsNow.com about the match up, about last week's win against Bureau Valley and about Quarterback and Homecoming King, Will Bruno.
On this episode of our Gilmore Girls mini-series, Swanson, Kiorein and Stairmaster watch as Lorelai falls for Rory's teacher and Rory gets smitten with a boy at the grocery store. Also, the whole town comes together to share their love of a very old cat. Plus, we come up with the greatest 90s sex comedy starring Arnold Schwarzenegger you've ever heard.★ Support this podcast ★
Chris's family call him the “Umbrella of Hope” because since a child, he's had a keen awareness of the work of the Holy Spirit and the voice of God in his life. Chris tells his story of persecution and suffering, but also shares the miraculous stories that God performed in his life and that saved his life.
Jesse is joined by friends of the show Anna Swanson and Meg Shields to tie up the loose ends on TIFF 2021 and then the entire crew shows up to talk the prestigious TIFF award ceremony! Follow Anna and Meg on Twitter. Our twitter is @CannesIKickIt Our letterboxd is CIKIPod Enjoying the show? Feel free to send a few bucks our way on Ko-fi. Thanks to Tree Related for our theme song Our hosts are @andytgerm @clatchley @imlaughalone @jcpglickwebber
9/16 Kent Swanson joins the Zone to give his thoughts on how the Chiefs offensive line did against the Browns, and how the Chiefs match up against the Ravens. Then, we hear from Chiefs coordinators and Tyrann Mathieu. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson is a pediatrician, mom to two boys, and the Chief Medical Officer for SpoonfulONE. She is an author, a prominent advocate of evidence-based medicine, and has devoted her career to pediatric prevention efforts. Dr. Swanson was the founder and Chief of Digital Innovation at Seattle Children's Hospital and has continued to be an important thought leader online for over a decade. Bon and Wendy talk about how we can design our immune system by introducing diverse foods, using social media for public health and the role of creativity in medicine.
On a special bonus episode, Swanson, Kiorein and Stairmaster return to discuss the conclusion of the Amuro/Char rivalry with Char's Counterattack. The trio have in-depth discussions on if Char has ever had sex, the futile nature of war and if Amuro and Char actually love each other. ★ Support this podcast ★
Coach Brad Swanson of the Kewanee Boilermakers talked to LocalSportsNow.com ahead of Friday night's game against St. Bede. Coach Swanson talked about the terrific play of Will Bruno, the timely play of the Boilermaker Defense and the importance of capitalizing on turnovers as the Boilermakers did last week in a win over Morrison. The Boilermakers play St Bede tonight in Kewanee and live on WJRE Hog Country 102.5 FM.
Episode snippets: the luxury of two years to teach intro psych in the IB psych curriculum, our guest Casey has taught both the AP psych and IB psych curriculum, so he can compare and contrast better than most; we discuss if IB programs have an exclusively issue/concern; entire schools must be IB schools Note: The viewpoints expressed here by Casey Swanson represent his personal opinions and not the opinions of his employer or the International Baccalaureate Organization.
This Meal Was First Sold For 98 Cents, But The Time It Saved Was Priceless! Welcome to September 10th, 2021 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate the joy of music and a dinner flashback. While you may not be a fan of classical music, I bet you've heard of Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Ode to Joy is considered to be the composer's greatest work. What makes this symphony so special is that it was composed when Beethoven was deaf. When the 9th Symphony debuted in 1824, he stood with the conductor in front of the orchestra with his back turned to the audience. As the performance ended, the crowd erupted into thunderous applause, and because he couldn't hear, Beethoven had no idea that the audience liked it. Imagine his surprise as he turned around to see the standing ovation. During Classical Music Month, celebrate the oldies but goodies and find your very own ode to joy. While the first aluminum tv dinner tray was added to the Smithsonian Museum in 1986, the origins of this meal are hotly contested. Maxon Food Systems manufactured the first frozen meal in 1945 for military and civilian air travel. The concept was further developed by Jack Fisher, who sold FridgiDinners to restaurants and taverns in the late 1940s. But the winner, winner chicken dinner goes to Swanson and Sons, whose Thanksgiving meal was first sold in 1953 for 98 cents. This dinner could be baked in the oven in under 30 minutes, which is pretty good for a meal that normally takes all day to make. And judging by the more than 10 million sold in the very first year, Americans were truly grateful. On National TV Dinner Day, celebrate this modern convenience that still holds a place at the dinner table. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day.
Mandy Connell talks to Stacey Swanson, owner of Wealth and Women. Stacey helps women who are not confident in handling their finances get control of their financial life. This isn't about investing or the market, it's about knowing what you have, what to do with it, and how to take control of YOUR money. She's got a great seminar coming up September 11th to help women begin to build wealth and feel confident about their financial power.
Welcome to Transmissions. Today on the show: Chris Swanson, co-founder of Secretly Group. This year marks 25 years of two of the flagship labels in the group, Secretly Canadian and Jagjaguwar, and to celebrate they've got tons going on—including SC25 Editions, which features titles by Damien Jurado, Anohni, Richard Swift, and more, as well as Merch, with net proceeds benefiting Bloomington's New Hope For Families. Also of note: Jagjaguwar's Join the Ritual, a Dungeons and Dragons-inspired release featuring Angel Olsen, Bruce Hornsby, Cut Worms, Jamila Woods, and many more. As a young person exploring record stores, Secretly and Jagjaguwar served as hallmarks of quality—it was a great time getting to settle in with Swanson to discuss the labels' roots, artists like Anohni, Richard Swift, Jason Molina, Bon Iver, and more.
On today's show, got a real cool cat for the GLE Network. This guy is an owner of Real Estate Redesigned, they specialize in both commercial properties and residential real estate. They are doing big things, helping others do the same, and this guy is wise beyond his years. Scott Wheaton, welcome to GLE. @scottwheaton_ on Instagram @ScottWheaton on Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. Realestateredesignedinc.com In this episode, we cover topics not limited to the following: How you were raised, single mom, entrepreneur Entrepreneurship is all about freedom and control, having options Pay your own way, don't rely on your parents, have the capability to take care of yourself and other people Take pride in what you do, show up on time, do a better job than the bigs Mowing for a guy with a bunch of multi family properties Training young people Didn't know wealthy was an option, stresses caused by financial issues Having cool stuff and living an inspired life, having a certain level of success gives you credibility, gives you a platform to help more people Just called people, jumped in, and asked Dropped out of college, stigma, confidence, no risk Time, effort, or ambition to deal with certain things Don't wait, just start Systems and processes See things as they are Taking advice from people who aren't doing what you want to do or living the life you want to live Keep your word to yourself Your ambition gets beaten down as you go through things Double down on your superpower Figure out your superpower and double down on it Don't put yourself in a position to be bullyable Sheepdog philosophy Be a thermostat, not a thermometer Take action, and don't let people mess with you Don't be average It's about balance, no its not The subtle art of not giving a fuck TOP 5 Pillars, never settle You don't have to settle….. _________ Listening is free and ad free, the only cost is an obligatory cost. If you get value from this episode, then you are obligated to follow/subscribe, rate it, and share this episode with people you think would benefit from hearing this content by sending them over to GoLeadEverything.com to learn more. If you do not get value, then no sharing required and listening is completely free. It has been amazing to hear about all the individuals who listen to and are getting value from the content here at GLE. For more great content daily, follow me on Instagram and Twitter @realPhilSwanson, Facebook and LinkedIn, @PhilSwanson, and for videos of these episodes and other great video content daily, subscribe to the Phil Swanson channel on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5S-dwXUPO-9yIEszIIRU0A Thank you for your support, you are the reason we do what we do. See you next time, and Go Lead Everything. Soundtrack Credit: Hot Coffee – Patrick Patrikios
Each of us have experiences in our lives that give us a unique perspective that we can bring to business. For some, it's our past and passion that lead us to niches that allow us to do what we enjoy and get paid doing it. Katie has done just that. Listen as Katie shares her story that combines health, sports and of course accounting. Katie and Roger have a great discussion that also focuses on the support and empowerment that can come for working with a coach. It's wrong to think something is broken to need a coach. As in sports, a coach is there to help make something better, to provide perspective, focus and accountability which can accelerate success. You don't want to miss this episode. Your Host: Roger Knecht, president of Universal Accounting Center Guest Name: Katie Swanson, CPA CVA Katie Swanson, CPA, CVA is the founder of Change Collaborative. She believes fitness business owners should leverage tech-driven data to build a strong financial core and financial plans that guide them in bulking up business health. Sponsors: Universal Accounting Center Helping accounting professionals confidently and competently offer quality accounting services to get paid what they are worth. Offers: Katie has offered her time to speak with those interested. Take a moment to ask some questions and get some insights related to your business with this opportunity. Go HERE for a Free 15-minute call. Also, find out more how and what coaching is available to help you work ON your business to have the premier accounting firm in your area. Advanced Coaching is a program to help you be in business for yourself but not by yourself with Universal Accounting. For Additional FREE Resources for accounting professionals check out this collection HERE! Remember this, Accounting Success IS Universal. Listen to our next episode and be sure to subscribe. For more information on how you can apply these principles in your business please visit us at www.universalaccountingschool.com or call us at 801.265.3777
On today's show, you will hear from an individual who was podcasting before we even knew what a podcast was. She is an extremely successful, radio and podcast host, who has founded and led several organizations and has dedicated her life to share inspirational, encouraging stories from those who have overcome major hardships and provide key insights on exactly what they did to come out the other side forged and transformed. She began her journey in the midst of some hardships of her own, and her show has grown to over 2.5MM downloads per episode. Thrilled to have the Host of Wake Up with Patti Katter join me on this episode. Be on the lookout for her meditation albums coming out in September 2021. Sound frequencies for mind relaxation. Really cool stuff. Go find and follow/subscribe to Patti at: PattiKatter.com @pattikatter on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter On this show we talk about topics including but not limited to: Being a non stop student, teaching yourself to do anything Michigan Talk Shoe Radio If you feel called to do something, you feel that internal pull, you can make an impact God will take you through the fire to make you ready for your calling You are right where you need to be to get where you need to go Mike Young – There is nothing wrong with starting your own business, Patti consults on this Don't talk about politics, don't talk about what's going to divide you, focus on the good things and pass down good information Be thoughtful of the conversations you have with people, focus on real people, not social media Starting non-profits and other businesses What do people need to know about the military and people serving and the struggles they deal with that most might not understand or be aware of What is going on in Afganistan right now Feeling overwhelmed and wanting to give up Losing friends Losing family to cancer It's those moments when you feel most isolated, powerless and confused that you wonder how you got here and how can you escape this mess you've unexpectedly found yourself in. We all have those moments and it's up to us to choose how we handle them.” _________ Listening is free and ad free, the only cost is an obligatory cost. If you get value from this episode, then you are obligated to follow/subscribe, rate it, and share this episode with people you think would benefit from hearing this content by sending them over to GoLeadEverything.com to learn more. If you do not get value, then no sharing required and listening is completely free. It has been amazing to hear about all the individuals who listen to and are getting value from the content here at GLE. For more great content daily, follow me on Instagram and Twitter @realPhilSwanson, Facebook and LinkedIn, @PhilSwanson, and for videos of these episodes and other great video content daily, subscribe to the Phil Swanson channel on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5S-dwXUPO-9yIEszIIRU0A Thank you for your support, you are the reason we do what we do. See you next time, and Go Lead Everything. Soundtrack Credit: Hot Coffee – Patrick Patrikios
In the second hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly are joined by Kent Swanson of KC Sports Network to talk about Melcole Hardman's role in the second preseason game and RPO's. Plus Josh reads a tweet on the internet. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scott Cullen breaks down the Top 20 Hitters and Top 10 Pitchers in terms of fantasy production over the past four weeks. There are lots of stars but plenty of surprises and value plays, too. Digging deep on the waiver wire, injury updates, matchups, and DFS value plays for Tuesday. Contact me on Twitter at @ByScottCullen or @LO_FantasyMLB. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Jim talks with Tom Swanson, Head of Industry Strategy & Marketing for Health & Life Sciences at Adobe, about the future of telemedicine and what other industries can learn from what’s happening in the healthcare space. Connect with Tow Swanson, Head of Industry Strategy & Marketing for Health & Life Sciences at Adobe. Connect with our hosts Jim Hertzfeld, Principal and Chief Strategist for Perficient and Kim Williams-Czopek, Director of Digital Strategy at Perficient.
Today's Tea is Hibiscus and SorrellGuest Speakers- Jim & Kristina SwansonContact the Swanson's at their email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.comDiscover Tea, Me and Luxury the new online store and website; https://www.teatimemidlife.com/ Check out the #1 Amazon Bestselling Book - Overcoming Mediocrity - Unstoppable Women: co-author Regina Young - https://www.teatimemidlife.com/bookTeatime Midlife Edition Podcast- Subscribe to Teatime Midlife Edition on Apple iTunes, iHeart, and Spotify.Follow us on Facebook at Teatimers Midlife Community - Share your experiences, topic request, and favorite teas with our community!https://www.buzzsprout.com/915709Share your thoughts about Teatime Midlife Edition on PodChaser:https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/teatime-midlife-edition-1365845Support the show (https://www.patron.com/teatimemidlifeedition)
Welcome back, Aligned Entrepreneurs! In this episode, I spoke with artist Tori Swanson for one of my most inspiring conversations yet. She shared her journey to becoming an internationally-renowned artist, her past struggles with an eating disorder, how art became part of the way she healed herself, and how she manifested wealth as a creative. Together, we talked about the importance of breaking down to break through and why feeling our emotions is vital to the manifestation process. Plus, Tori shares how and why it's so vital that women step into their power and own their creativity. Enjoy! Connect with Tori: Instagram: @toriswansonart Website: https://www.toriswanson.com/ Overview: 04:00 - Intro to Tori. 05:10 - How our creativity is our access point to abundance. 06:53 - How artwork is a service. 08:22 - Tori's past working at a tech company and knowing when it was time to quit. 09:18 - How Tori coaches artists. 11:14 - The importance of embracing resistance. 14:15 - Why breaking down is part of the manifestation process. 14:58 - How when we delve into our emotions, they get quieter. 15:32 - Tori's process of integrating her emotions. 16:42 - How self-acceptance is the path to wealth. 17:26 - The importance of remembering who you are and your birthright. 19:09 - Authentic creativity. 21:47 - How art is simply a snapshot in time. 25:05 - Why your art is already perfect. 27:07 - The importance of respecting your own artwork. 28:43 - Why artists need to be seen. 30:24 - How to trust our own creativity and artwork. 34:19 - Tori's history with an eating disorder and comparison. 36:00 - How Tori began selling her art. 37:01 - Tori's experience seeing spirits. 40:11 - How Tori picks up her spiritual toolkit when she needs it, not to help her get somewhere. 42:35 - How we have to ‘be' to receive. 44:51 - Remembering that we're a creator of our lives. 47:10 - The trap of playing the victim card and not owning our creations. 49:14 - Why we need to stop being so hard on ourselves. 55:21 - Tori's future goals.
Join Chef, Juan and Mr. Swanson as they compare their rankings against the E.C.R. for RB2s in 2021. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-tilt-is-real/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-tilt-is-real/support
Today we are diving into a bunch of stats, including some numbers about the two national dirt late model series, Kody Swanson and Kevin Thomas Jr.'s seasons, Donny Schatz's improvement, Tyler Courtney staying hot and more. We also look ahead to tonight's action for the Super DIRTcar Series at Brewerton Speedway.
David Swanson discusses the new congressional and presidential war powers legislation that's been proposed by Senators Murphy, Lee and Sanders. Swanson describes his initial fears about the bill, given how bad previous attempts to modify congressional war powers and AUMFs have been in recent years. And yet this bill is surprisingly good: it addresses issues like cutting off funding for unauthorized wars, shortening the time that a president can wage such a war before seeking congressional approval and ensuring that the U.S. has a specific enemy any time it wants to start some new conflict. The legislation still leaves room for some of the loopholes and ambiguities we've come to expect, but in general, Swanson is pleased with the effort and optimistic about its future. Discussed on the show: "War Powers Reform Bill Far Better Than Feared" (Scoop News) Civil Resistance: What Everyone Needs to Know "The Singing Revolution (2006)" (IMDb) David Swanson is an author, activist, journalist, radio host, and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee. He is the author of War is a Lie, When the World Outlawed War and Leaving World War II Behind. Find him on Twitter @davidcnswanson. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; EasyShip; Thc Hemp Spot; Green Mill Supercritical; Bug-A-Salt; Lorenzotti Coffee and Listen and Think Audio. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG. https://youtu.be/rktngJuelPQ