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whistlekick Martial Arts Radio
Episode 798 - Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett

whistlekick Martial Arts Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2023 67:15


Kyobumbnim Becky Bartlett is a martial arts practitioner, mother of three, and an actress out of Arkansas. I started martial arts and acting way later in life. As long as I breathing and living, I will just keep on engaging in these opportunities that come. I don't know how far I'll get but I'm along for the ride. Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett - Episode 798 Training in Martial Arts later in life may be difficult for most people but there are some exceptions. Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett is one of those who developed a passion for martial arts at a later age, that is after her third and final child. Growing up in a supportive family, Kyobumnim Bartlett tried a lot of sports and has no intention whatsoever of engaging in martial arts not until one of her children wanted to try taekwondo along with her cousins.  After trying a few sessions, a fire was lit inside her upon discovering that a taekwondo class is way more engaging than a regular workout. As a result, she ended up raising her kids on the mat and found herself training until today.  Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett is a martial arts practitioner, mother of three, and an actress out of Arkansas. I started martial arts and acting way later in life. As long as I breathing and living, I will just keep on engaging in these opportunities that come. I don't know how far I'll get but I'm along for the ride. Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett - Episode 798 Training in Martial Arts later in life may be difficult for most people but there are some exceptions. Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett is one of those who developed a passion for martial arts at a later age, and that is after her third and final child. Growing up in a supportive family, Kyobumnim Bartlett tried a lot of sports and has no intention whatsoever of engaging in martial arts not until one of her children wanted to try taekwondo along with her cousins.  After trying a few sessions, a fire was lit inside her upon discovering that a taekwondo class is way more engaging than a regular workout. As a result, she ended up raising her kids on the mat and found herself training until today. Presently, Kyobumnim Becky is an Actress and can be seen in National Commercials, Film, and can be heard as a Voice Actor on commercials and an upcoming animated series. Along with others, Kyobumnim advocates women's empowerment and the importance of self-defense for women. In this episode, Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett talks about her journey into the martial arts and her passion for fighting against human trafficking. Listen to learn more! Show notes You may check out more about about Kyobumnim Becky Artlett at www.beckybartlett.com, and Instagram @beckybartlettactress To know more about Kyobumnim Bartlett's work as an actress, check out IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm9460666/?ref_=hm_prof_name In this episode, Kyobumnim Becky Bartlett talks about her journey into the martial arts and her passion for fighting against human trafficking. Listen to learn more! Show notes You may check out more about about Kyobumnim Becky Artlett at www.beckybartlett.com, and Instagram @beckybartlettactress To know more about Kyobumnim Bartlett's work as an actress, check out IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm9460666/?ref_=hm_prof_name

Flame Bearers - The Women Athletes Carrying Tokyo's Torch
Victoria Stambaugh (Puerto Rico): Finding Faith & Taekwondo

Flame Bearers - The Women Athletes Carrying Tokyo's Torch

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 18:42


Victoria considers herself a proud "Puerto Rican American." Having grown up in the Houston, Texas area. she "was considered a Latina," but then when she went to Puerto Rico, she "was seen as American." According to Victoria, for some, her personal identity falls in a bit of a "gray area." In today's interview, we spotlight Taekwondo superstar, Victoria Stambaugh. She talks about her Puerto Rican identity, and strong faith being her guide. Victoria opens up about how she primarily identifies as a child of God and what this means to her. Massive thank you to Victoria for trusting us to elevate her story! Contributing experts in order of appearance include George Laws Garcia (Executive Director, Puerto Rican Statehood Council) and Mrs. Stambaugh (Victoria's Mother). Clips from the following sources are used in this production: -World TKD YouTube's Page, "Victoria STAMBAUGH PUR - Maddison MOORE GBR" -FOX 26 Houston YouTube's Page, "Houston-area taekwondo athlete representing Puerto Rico in the Olympics" -JoiningAllMovement YouTube's Page, "Olympic Taekwondo Athlete | JAMCast #163 - VICTORIA STAMBAUGH" -JR Videos' YouTube's Page, "National Anthem of Puerto Rico (ES/EN lyrics) - Himno Nacional de Puerto Rico"

Unstoppable Mindset
Episode 109 – Unstoppable Change Maker with Rosalind Panda

Unstoppable Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 67:33


Talk about being unstoppable, wait until you hear our episode with Rosalind Panda. Rosalind lived her first 24 years in India. Her parents by any standard encouraged her to be creative, innovative, and unstoppable. She moved to the United States after receiving degrees in Computer Science and Technology while in India. She went back to school to, as she put it, “refresh her computer knowledge”. Since leaving college Rosalind has formed a number of companies dealing with all aspects of creativity in a variety of industries including computer technology and construction. On top of everything else Rosalind spends, as she says, about 40% of her time being creative as an artist producing mainly oil paintings. Even this work began for her as a child encouraged by her parents. She also is an author as you will learn. As you will see, she keeps busy and totally enjoys life and all she does. She wants to be remembered as someone who is creative and helps humanity. She does this for sure! About the Guest: Rosalind Panda as a Thought leader, Visionary and Change maker is here to inspire others to do what inspires them so that all of us together can make this world a better place. She lives a life with Purpose and optimism serving mankind and benefitting the World through the fundamentals elements of life e.g. Art, Technology, Creative design thinking and Innovation. She is the CEO and Founder of Rosalind Business Group LLC. CEO of Rosalind IT Services, Founder of Rosalind Arts, CEO of Rosalind Constructions, and Founder of ROVA Token. She is a technology Innovator, fine art artist, public Speaker, Author, and influencer. Additionally, she is in the board of members in the non profit organization called River Art Works. She is the Influencer in International Association of Women Organization empowering, encouraging and impacting others' lives. She believes in building a legacy, acting towards her vision, serving the humanity, benefiting the human kind through her contributions and giving back to the community. Ms. Rosalind as the CEO of Rosalind IT Services company established in 2019 works with Clients in building their website design, development, support and upgrade specializing in every industry and in every technology. Her company is a top-notch IT consulting organization across the world, IT staffing, and Recruitment service provider in the United States of America. Her IT Services company specializes in web 2.0 technologies for e.g. Web and Mobile application development and helping clients arounds the world. It is a pioneer in blockchain development. As the Founder of Rosalind Arts Gallery and a well-known global fine art artist living in New York, she is a highly versatile creator with pieces in the realms of abstract, landscape, impressionistic and contemporary, modern. Each of her paintings speaks the language of love towards humanity, inner peace, world peace, Positivity, enthusiasm, and Optimism in life. In addition to her stellar efforts in this capacity, she is serving as the CEO of Rosalind Constructions between 2020 and 2021, with which she utilized CAD-based 3D modeling technology to offer construction companies and architecture firms the tools to visualize complete projects. Newly, into her business space, she added a cryptocurrency called “ROVA” Token. With the base of ROVA, she is building the World's very first utility-based eco-system that pays back to humanity where it spends. For her Incredible Contribution in the community and across the World in the field of Art, Technology Innovation and Creative Design thinking Rosalind Panda/Rosalind Business Group LLC is featured in New York weekly, Yahoo Finance, UK Herald Tribune, American Finance Tribune, CEO weekly, LA Wire, US News, Digital Journal, Yahoo news, Forbes, New York Weekly, Artist Weekly, NY Voyage, Yahoo Finance, Digital Journal, Fox news, Global Reporter Journal, US National Times, CNBC, NBC, ABC news, CBS, The US News, az central, NY WIRE, LA WIRE, NEWS NET How to Connect with Rosalind: Facebook url: https://www.facebook.com/rosalindpanda/ LinkedIn url: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosalindpanda/ Instagram: rosalindpanda5 Twitter: rosajublee TikTok: rosalindpanda1 About the Host: Michael Hingson is a New York Times best-selling author, international lecturer, and Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe. Michael, blind since birth, survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog. Michael gives over 100 presentations around the world each year speaking to influential groups such as Exxon Mobile, AT&T, Federal Express, Scripps College, Rutgers University, Children's Hospital, and the American Red Cross just to name a few. He is Ambassador for the National Braille Literacy Campaign for the National Federation of the Blind and also serves as Ambassador for the American Humane Association's 2012 Hero Dog Awards. https://michaelhingson.com https://www.facebook.com/michael.hingson.author.speaker/ https://twitter.com/mhingson https://www.youtube.com/user/mhingson https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelhingson/ accessiBe Links https://accessibe.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/accessiBe https://www.linkedin.com/company/accessibe/mycompany/ https://www.facebook.com/accessibe/ Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below! Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Leave us an Apple Podcasts review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts. Transcription Notes Michael Hingson  00:00 Access Cast and accessiBe Initiative presents Unstoppable Mindset. The podcast where inclusion, diversity and the unexpected meet. Hi, I'm Michael Hingson, Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe and the author of the number one New York Times bestselling book, Thunder dog, the story of a blind man, his guide dog and the triumph of trust. Thanks for joining me on my podcast as we explore our own blinding fears of inclusion unacceptance and our resistance to change. We will discover the idea that no matter the situation, or the people we encounter, our own fears, and prejudices often are our strongest barriers to moving forward. The unstoppable mindset podcast is sponsored by accessiBe, that's a c c e s s i  capital B e. Visit www.accessibe.com to learn how you can make your website accessible for persons with disabilities. And to help make the internet fully inclusive by the year 2025. Glad you dropped by we're happy to meet you and to have you here with us.   Michael Hingson  01:21 Hi, and welcome once again to unstoppable mindset. Glad you're here. Right I really appreciate you coming along with us and joining us. Every time we do an episode for this journey. Today we get to meet and work with and talk to Rosalind Panda. And Rosalind is a person who has got a very diverse background has started a number of companies has continued to make them successful is very involved in art. And I'm not going to tell you a whole lot because she will. She knows her subject better than I do. So thanks very much for being here. We really appreciate you coming on unstoppable mindset.   Rosalind Panda  02:00 Thank you so much, Michael, for the wonderful, warm welcome. I'm glad to be here.   Michael Hingson  02:06 Well, why don't we start as I love to do and ask that you tell me a little bit about you growing up and so on, where you're from what you did, as a child and all those memorable things that we should know about on the podcast?   Rosalind Panda  02:21 Yeah, absolutely. So I think so. So let's start with how I, where I'm coming from, right. So I'm originally from India. And until I'm 2024, I said that I finished my studies, and have visited many places, many cities out there to gain knowledge and having the perspective of having diversity in different states, and through different languages, clothing, and the way of just living, living, right. And then when I am after 24, I came to United States, I continued my studies here as well in computer science. And after due to jobs and projects, I moved around cities to cities. And again continued my journey through gaining experience, understanding the diversity, understanding different culture, people, and the people who are coming from different different countries, bringing their wonderful perspective. So that's how I where I am today. And I'm still learning about humanity. And my greatest passion that I love, in my everyday to real life is serving humanity, because that's my love towards humanity that I learned from life and I would love to continue that as I go.   Michael Hingson  03:59 So, when you were growing up in India, you said you visited a lot of cities, did you visit other places outside of India or just around India?   Rosalind Panda  04:06 When I was in India, yes, only the cities in different states in India itself is very big. Also, it is a big compared to compared to when things change in in different state. Right away the language changes and you feel like you're a foreigner in a foreign country altogether. And the food is different. The culture, the language is different, the way the other states are living that is totally different. So I just when they're in different states, I moved around. Yeah, well, I was there.   Michael Hingson  04:41 When you go from state to state in India, and now you go from state to state in the United States. Do you find that there's as much cultural difference between states in the US as there was an India or not so much.   Rosalind Panda  04:59 I feel as though have, for example, in last month, I visited to Las Vegas, I went to Arizona. So I see the difference. When it comes to the culture also the the density of people, for example, in Arizona, there are a lot of people from Mexico. So they're bringing that Spanish culture, you will see a lot of like the food is changing a bit. And also the weather, due to the weather, the businesses around that place the food around that place. It's kind of different, but not too much, because the language stays still stays the same. So on only the culture and food changes, but the length because the language stays the same. You I don't feel a lot of difference in there. And also when I went to Dallas, yeah, there is another state I went to Dallas last month as well. It's a bit different. You see the cowboy, that culture right, though, that is coming. So southern culture that is a bit different than music, the food changes to certain extent, but not too much. So but still there is like diversity around which I enjoy thoroughly.   Michael Hingson  06:26 It sounds like differences are a little bit more dramatic in India, especially if language and so on is different from one place to another. Yeah, absolutely. Yes. That's true. Yeah. So you came to the United States and you're, you're traveling around him. And so where do you live?   Rosalind Panda  06:47 Staten Island, New York.   Michael Hingson  06:49 You are in Staten Island. So have you been to California?   Rosalind Panda  06:53 Yeah, I was in California for seven years. Since 2004. Till 2011. I was in California. I did my studies over there and I stayed around ample amount of time, like seven years is a lot. Yeah,   Michael Hingson  07:10 it is. So where were you in California.   Rosalind Panda  07:15 I was in Mountain View, and Fremont and Union Station. And also the Bay Area. quite a quite a few. Like Barry. I was there. I enjoyed it as well like pretty pretty close to San Francisco.   Michael Hingson  07:32 Yeah. What did you study?   Rosalind Panda  07:36 I started in Foothill College. It's a college which was nearby my when I was living, there was De Anza as well San Jose, which is on those boats are coming under centers in university. So I did some few like, completed my associates degree over there, because I have my bachelor's degree from India. So I can end my postgraduate as well from India. I just wanted to refresh my my education, the way of how people are studying here just went to have some extra knowledge about Computer Information System how, how how people are adapting to this, the students are learning. And also I did some really fun classes. During my college for example, swimming. I didn't know swimming before. I was so scared of water. I thought about I thought about overcoming my fear, which is swimming. So I finished my swimming lesson now. I'm pretty good swimmer. In three months, I landed. I felt so good. They're like pre a few other classes like music class. And also I learned taekwondo. I did my martial art kickboxing, Taekwondo and California, which was so much fun. So enjoy it thoroughly. The time I lived there.   Michael Hingson  09:02 You degrees from India, they were in computer science.   Rosalind Panda  09:05 Yeah, they're in computer science, and all computer application system and postgraduate as well. In computer application.   Michael Hingson  09:15 Did you get a master's degree out of the postgraduate work?   Rosalind Panda  09:19 i Yeah, it is the equivalent to Master's degree.   Michael Hingson  09:22 Master's degree. Yep. Yeah. And here you did your AAA degree. Did you go beyond that? Or just get the AAA to kind of see how things were and sort of refresh?   Rosalind Panda  09:34 Just to refresh? Exactly. Just to refresh it as degree Associate in Science? Yeah. Because I didn't have to do a lot of studies because I had already done those while I was in India. So just to refresh my memory, there was a gap of, I believe, five to six years between when I finished my studies and here I started so I just thought about bridging that gap. been starting my GED care career crush? Yeah. Yeah,   Michael Hingson  10:04 you piqued my interest in talking about swimming and being afraid of water. Tell me more about that. How did you overcome it? Or why did you decide to overcome your fear of water and, and get into to being a swimmer?   Rosalind Panda  10:18 Yeah, so that's a really fun story. When I was a kid, during summer vacation, I was when I was in school, during summer vacation, we used to come with my parents to the village like our village, and there was a pond. There are many ponds in our village. So normally we go and have bath in the pond in summer, I was so afraid of water, and we had River as well. But I was so so scared that I wouldn't go too deep into the pond. Because I think, oh my god, what will be there inside though? There will be rocks, and you can see it was pretty deep. So somehow, I had a little fear about what is there in the water, because I can't see much. And also, my mind doesn't work when I'm in water. So it was I was pretty pretty, like I couldn't survive while I was in water. But what my dad did, he was there was everybody family member, they were gather, and they were just doing their thing. They were taking a bath and having fun. But dad wanted me to swim. So what he did is he just put me into the water. And he thought I'm gonna start swimming. I was it was like no lead. I don't know, swimming. Water.   Michael Hingson  11:53 So that didn't help your attitude about water at all, did it? No, not   Rosalind Panda  11:57 at all. Because the he was thinking, swimming is pretty intuitive. And as soon as somebody gets into the water, they will just know how to survive by making hand or leg movement, which was not pretty intuitive, because I was not open to that at all. So I heard, I had that fear in me. And when I saw I thought I'm never going to be able to swim when it comes to water. And when I came to the United States in California, when I was staying in a apartment, we had a swimming pool as well. I had always swimming pools, and I started going to taekwondo class, the kickboxing class, I used to go to my apartment gym and doing workout every day as well and practice my movements in Taekwondo and learning the things. So while doing those martial arts and kickboxing, I created that resilience and having that full, full determination about overcoming the fear or how practice makes you a do and overcome your fear. Right. So while when I went to school, I saw the swimming pool, it's a really nice swimming pool. And I saw people are learning swimming. So I thought about how about I also learned swimming and overcome my fear. So there were some extra, I believe, a one unit or two unit class, it was there for three months. So I took it I learned. I also played tennis that time. I did pull body flexibility, class, also yoga and music class. And apart from that there was a swimming class. So I had an instructor. I said, Hey, man, I'm pretty scared of water. But I want to really learn. And by the time we are done with the swimming class, this sentence, it is always roaming around my mind that I'm scared of water. It should not be there. In case in case there is a situation when I'm inside the water, I should be able to know doesn't matter if it is a pond, if it is a river, it is an ocean. Instead of my mind going blackout. I should be able to know what to do, at least for certain period of time, I should be able to survive. I'm not talking about ocean. But still, if I'm in the ocean, I should be able to know how to control my breathing and not totally blank out when I'm in the water. So my teacher understand calm and instructor understood about it and he said, I promise that didn't happen. And yours you I will not be scared of water anymore. Since I was very, very confident I was fully determined. I at least made sure that when I'm in the Water is somebody is watching me, and not letting me drown for sure. So with that assurance, I just started learning every day with full determination and full dedication. And in few days, I was so good at it, I was like I was with, with the practice and determination, I started doing my freestyle, as well as the backstroke, I was able to float on my back for the whole 5050 meter swimming pool. And it was I was ecstatic. I was so happy that there is nothing in my life anymore, that I can say I'm scared of, because that was the only thing, though what if it was a practical thing.   Michael Hingson  15:50 What is what is interesting, though, is that you made the choice not to be afraid and you whether you totally did it with intent you, you created an environment where you could eliminate the fear, you told your instructor about it, and your instructor, then helped but you made the choice not to be afraid. We did an episode earlier this year was actually on April 13, was our 29th show, we interviewed a gentleman named Matt rock and Matt swims every day or every other day in the Pacific Ocean, off of Dana Point in Southern California. And he talks about his fear, not of swimming, but when he first decided to try to swim in the winter, when it was much colder water, like 55 degrees Fahrenheit in the water. And Matt doesn't use a wetsuit. And he talked about being afraid and again, made the decision, although it was a little bit scary, but he made the decision to jump in the water when he got really close to it. And then within a couple of seconds, he was used to the water and everything was fine. But again, it's a choice. And when he found out that there was really no great reason to be afraid of the water simply because it was cold or for you. You made a decision not to free afraid of the water just because you go in the water and you can sink and bring yourself up and so on. That's really what it's all about, isn't it?   Rosalind Panda  17:23 Yeah, absolutely. Because I believe that our mind is everything. And when we decide something in our mind, the mind doesn't control us anymore. But it learns it listens to us, like, okay, she wants to do it. And I don't have any control or fear in it. But rather I should just cooperate. Right? So that's what happens when your intention, your determination overpowers your mind. Because mind can play so many games of fears and make you scared of anything which does not even exist. So I believe in that. And yeah, here I am. Yeah.   Michael Hingson  18:07 Okay, so you have done a lot of studying. And you've learned a lot. What did you do with all that knowledge? And did you work while you were studying? Like when you came to the US? Or did you just study or tell us a little bit more about kind of when you got here and went to school and what all you did?   Rosalind Panda  18:30 Yeah, so when I went to my school, college, right, and now Foothill College in California. I was, I was so I would say that I was very fascinated by all the classes and the teachers I heard really good teachers. They were, they were coming from different countries like England, and Euro. Australia. Today is a fun college because we in our college there were I believe there are more than 70 countries the students are coming from. So I saw a beautiful acceptance, a beautiful acceptance in everybody and encouragement, which was extremely fun for me. Because I had friends from Mongolia, my best friend, one of my best friend from Brazil, from India from the United States. So I made really wonderful friends were very kind and fun loving and they were approaching me and said Rosalynn will you be our my best friend, but that's how they were so much fun. So it was cool to experience that from from a symbol, you know, innocence that we have as human being when somebody comes and opens up towards you and helps you throughout their journey and makes it even more fun and adventures. So while I was in school, I was also helping my fellow other students learning. So they were struggling in math. And few other classes English, yes. So to write their essays or help them understand there were a few classes, which was hard, like critical thinking and writing. So we had to analyze some movies, right? What were our analysis about the movie, and it was pretty, pretty cool, how the teacher were giving those assignments, and it was helping us think through and express ourselves. That was helping my friends who were coming from different countries, and they were not pretty fluent in English and thinking to and expressing themselves. So I was helping them express, I was helping them, making sure that they were also doing their excellent, their best. You know, so, math, and English, I was hoping others to do as well. And also, while doing the swimming class, also, one person was totally scared of swimming. She, I think she was about she was, she gave up in three days. She said, No, I cannot do this. I am, I am losing my, I'm losing my patience with this. I'm so scared of water. And I cannot do this, she was about to give up. I kept telling her now just just just be patient and go through the process. Trust the process, there is this instructor, she is not letting you drown at all. So and I'm here also, I was because we both were swimming. So when she was feeling like she was drowning, I was getting her hair up. So that was pretty fun. That while it gave me a wonderful lesson in my life as well, while you do your part, you can help others survive and do their best as well.   Michael Hingson  22:14 So tell her that you were afraid of water. Yeah,   Rosalind Panda  22:17 we started at the same point, she clearly knows that, that I was so scared of water. But in third day, I started having my confidence in myself. But she was literally giving up. But then I kept her going. And she, by the time we finished, she was at a point that she was not afraid of any water anymore. But she she needed more practice. She was a little weak. So she was not that strong, determined, or strong willed. So but I don't know what happened after that. But at least she survived at that time. So those are fun times that we really had. Also the food. They were some some some events in our school that was happening around every year, where all the every cuisine, right, some somebody's coming from fizzy, somebody's coming from China, Thailand, Korean, Indian, American, Brazilian, all the food everybody was specializing in and they will get some food, their authentic food. And we will have in the event those food displayed. And we will go to every stall one by one and try those foods and experience that. Even if we're not going to the country, by ourselves in person. But by having the food and talking to them and how it's made. What are the ingredients to interact with those people who are coming from those countries? It was it was excellent to accept everybody and learn everybody's culture. And you know, to feel more human, not just live in your own bubble, say to his to his excellent experience while I was in school, always vulnerable.   Michael Hingson  24:10 So where are you when you were in school? Did you work or did how did you support going to school and all that?   Rosalind Panda  24:16 So yeah, I was working. I was doing my computer science, some of the projects as well. I was tutoring some kids who were preparing for math competitive exam. So I was really putting a lot of effort into helping others, like kids who are learning math and computer science projects. Also I was doing I was a math instructor in my school as well. Helping others to in their their classes, which when they are struggling, so that those all those projects I did when I was at school   Michael Hingson  24:58 so You were at school and you finally got your Associate of Science degree, then what did you do?   Rosalind Panda  25:07 I moved from there to different cities to do. So I started getting projects in different cities like Boston, I came on a project. And after that project was finished, I moved to other cities like Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Washington, and Austin, Texas, a lot of projects I did in different cities. So I have moved around, I believe, seven to eight cities after my schooling. Yeah.   Michael Hingson  25:38 Well, how did people learn about you that they asked you to come and deal with different projects, and so on.   Rosalind Panda  25:45 I'm a believer, then you'll get a software, software development degree. And you have the platforms like dice CareerBuilder, monster, and you're looking for good projects, and depending on what skill sets you have. And so I was approached, with a lot of projects till now as well. If you learn a good skill set, and you keep, like adapting I was keep, I was always adapting to new technologies, starting from web to 1.0, where we're just dealing with static websites. But as in my era, already 2.0 was introduced. So I was fully learning the new frameworks, the the all the software, like what do you call libraries that we're going to be using with that web application development and software development. So I'm getting those projects based on my skill sets, which were totally in demand. And a lot of big companies, fortune 500 companies, they wanted good, skilled, and people. And also I'm very proactive about moving on, and having a good career learning good things and helping clients helping the organization do well, when whatever projects they are trying to do. So it just kept kept me moving.   Michael Hingson  27:17 When you were doing a lot of that coding and dealing with people helping them create whether web applications or websites, did you ever get involved much with accessibility and dealing with making websites available for persons with disabilities?   Rosalind Panda  27:34 Absolutely, because a lot of our applications when they're fully mature, and we're using the advanced technology for billions of users to use at a time, we're depending on for enhancing the security, scalability, the user friendly usability and accessibility, because the more and more people are using technology, every genre every from every category of people started using it. So once the application is mature, accessibility was a pretty heavy department that everybody was stressing on. So I was involved in making accessible like healthcare projects, as well as banking applications, some of the insurance applications which the accessible disabled people are using. So we definitely I was involved in those projects as well.   Michael Hingson  28:37 If I understand what you're describing, you're saying that the applications would would be created. And then other things were accomplished, such as making the applications accessible or did accessible of the start right from the outset of the application,   Rosalind Panda  28:55 the accessibility was also parallely being done, while the application is already being used. We had to use certain libraries and certain code standards, Wk C standards, there are certain libraries to use so that the screen reader can read those HTML code, or all the protocol, the web, the languages, for the screen reader. So as as as HTML five became more semantic, so we wanted to, on top of that, to make the applications accessible, we're implementing the libraries to make it so   Michael Hingson  29:39 why is it that we see so many websites today, and also a lot of applications that are still not at all accessible? There? There so many examples one can find, both with websites in just a variety of applications I mean, even voting, although voting electronic likely isn't totally accepted anyway. But why is it that we find a lot of resistance or a lot of lack of attention to making accessibility an integral part of all of that.   Rosalind Panda  30:12 And now, the organization's it depends on the culture and the budget they allocate for every project, they maybe they are not stressing on making it accessible. Because every application that is built, a lot of it goes through always user testing, right? User Acceptance Testing, there is a certain number of people, they will do the testing in production environment, and they constantly get user input from the real time user, their customers to make the application even better, where the users are facing challenges. They implement more creative design thinking towards what they what they develop. But it depends always on the organization itself, stressing on considering those points and thinking about the category of people who really want to use the application, but due to it is not accessible, they have to take other people's help, rather than being self sufficient to use application. I believe that's a drawback in the organization, if they're not using those, and making it accessible for those customers, because that's very, very important to do. So.   Michael Hingson  31:39 Part of the problem, it seems to me also is that if we would make accessibility a part of the native development and make it so that you can't create, without including access, that would help but for example, the people who make tools that people use to create websites, don't have anything in those tools that mandate accessibility, even though it's pretty well defined today, for example, with the internet, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, 2.1, soon to be three Oh, and so on. But the people who create the tools that build websites, don't have any specific requirements within the tools that says, not publishing the website till it's fully accessible and conforms with the guidelines. Yeah, so native access doesn't happen.   Rosalind Panda  32:39 Yeah, no, I agree. Because the frameworks that are being implemented, they focus on internationalization. But accessibility is totally so different libraries and standard all together, that the framework don't consider having that. But I believe it's a very, very, very crucial part essential part to have this included as well, so that nobody can neglect or ignore those scenarios as well. But it's it should be an essential part to be considered, while making the application for normal user, as well as ready for the accessible disabled people as well.   Michael Hingson  33:23 Yeah. Basically, the way to probably say it best is accessibility, or what I prefer to say, as inclusion should be part of the cost of doing business, and it just isn't yet for everyone.   Rosalind Panda  33:35 Yeah, absolutely. But I believe that there is certain challenges as well. Because when you try to make application accessible, and using those library and standard, there will be certain areas, which need, I believe, a lot more expertise, I would say, but I believe a lot of organizations are facing challenges while doing it. Because even if we try to make it fully accessible, but every applications functionality, their behavior is different. So sometimes the application become extremely complicated or complex, while they think now we don't want to make it accessible because it's not. It's not that simple. For somebody, the screen reader to read everything it might not be so I believe in future, those challenges should be overcome. And we should be thinking about promise solution oriented approach and inclusion, as you mentioned, then those challenges will be overcome day by day. What a   Michael Hingson  34:43 lot of the challenges are more perceived than actual though and I think that that's the issue is that people think things are perhaps harder than they need to be. But it is a process and and hopefully, we'll also find more schools include teaching about access and teaching people to make access and inclusion part of what they do as their students so that they will then go out and automatically do when they graduate and go out into the world as as workers.   Rosalind Panda  35:17 Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. As you said, human beings are very intelligent they have, they're given the brain right to think and find a solution. And with that specific determination and approach, if we think through and try to find that solution, then we can definitely find find, go somewhere with you, instead of just giving up and thinking about, no, it's pretty difficult, we don't want to do this. And those organizations, every organization, I believe they should allocate, and the project to make their application accessible, that will, that will be like icing on the cake, you're making your application accessible to everyone, which is absolutely wonderful, you know, that will truly appreciate that, that kind of approach from organizations   Michael Hingson  36:15 will tell me more about you, you. So you went to work. And along the way, you became certainly a thought leader or a technology innovator and you went into art. Tell me about that, if you would.   Rosalind Panda  36:30 Absolutely. Yeah. So I will start with my my childhood time, when we are born with I believe we are all born with creativity, as a tool inside us, the challenge becomes when we don't identify it, right, we just think, Oh, we are not at stake. So I believe and then we start comparing with each other and not nurturing that inside us. Which is opposite in my case, because I have been brought up in a very encouraging family, my parents, my dad and mom, they're extremely encouraging and they they could recognize they could identify that when we give it when we create that environment for for our children, then and also make them understand what they can do with their time, what they can do with their brain, their developing brain, their focus their concentration, then. So I was I was heavily encouraged from a poor my childhood, I was learning I was studying in a school, also where the environment was extremely encouraging. And they were focusing on extracurricular activities, for example, focusing on nurturing your creativity, writing points, learning music, using your time to express on certain mediums like pencil sketches, drawings, paintings, and also game we're playing games, outside outdoor activities, and acting. Acting also I was pretty pretty much open to every form of creativity a human being can do. And while after school when I come from in my house, I love to paint that time. Because that that is the time I can express myself it's a my calm, calm time, right? We express we think about it, and I love colors. So I love to see what I'm creating. So I play outside as well and I have to come back, I create an AI that use pay balance throughout the day. Before I do my homework. I also learn music, I create music, I give lyrics and music and actually harmonium as well and bright points as well I think in front of the whole crowd, my village my school and the whole city so this is all part of my creativity and art is one of them, which I always not sure that to the max. I was participating in many drawing competitions painting exhibitions as well. While I was in school, and my my school my teachers and my parents were having me too. Were giving me those platforms and telling me that no we will create that platform per euros length where you can excel and make us proud now it's not just a as a kid we can understand as Oh, you're making your school proud or your parents proud, but really, essentially, you're truly getting yourself up, you're getting your your own inner creator encouraged more and more, so that it becomes a habit when we land into our adulthood. So that's what happened. I carried out all my habits, what I was doing since my childhood, to my adulthood as well. And as soon as I could afford my canvases, my colors, my oil colors and my time, I just became, like, professionally, I create started creating since last, like I believe for more than four, around 14 years or so I have been creating them professionally. And I loved the oil, medium oil colors on Canvas the best so far. Because like the oil color, the expression, the textures, that comes out, it's out of the world. For me, I believe I can express in those, but I can also do to pencil sketches, watercolor, acrylic, sketch, anything you give me I can create those, for all color is the best one that I do as of now. And when I'm creating art, my purpose behind why I'm creating the bigger purpose behind it. I believe the underlying message that I put in all my paintings are love towards humanity, inner peace, world peace, optimism, and positivity. I believe those are really crucial and foundational principles in human life. Those elements, we those are indispensable in human life. So I put those in my paintings, I also write points around them, so that people can, really because words are good to the soul. So I'll always believe if I'm creating something wonderful, it's we are pasting our eyes. But also we're feeding our soul. We are feeding our weeks I am expressing my heart and soul when I'm creating. But it's it's amazing, such a wonderful energy to the viewer, or the reader through my points when they're reading it and connecting my feelings, which I'm expressing through the points and on Canvas. So it's a beautiful way of expression and consumption conception, and also intake for the viewer.   Michael Hingson  42:48 Is that your work today? Or? Well, what what do you do for work? And how does all that fit into it?   Rosalind Panda  42:54 I do work otherwise, I'm a professional artist. And as well as I am a business owner where I help clients with software development with any technology, every technology, web 2.0, as well as I do crypto, I'm the founder of the world's first utility based crypto ecosystem robot token. So building those applications as well for to serve the mankind. So I'm pulling a technology person and I believe in innovation. So that's where all my time and energy also go. I have so many clients as well, throughout my day in their web application development as well. Yeah.   Michael Hingson  43:39 So you do a lot of web development and web work and so on. Is that kind of where you focus most of your time? Or what do you do most of   Rosalind Panda  43:48 I do, as I mentioned, like software development, I do the most and also out it's kind of 60 4060 software, and then party 30 is all the creative things about it. Technology also I put my creativity and when we're building, I'm thinking about the creative ways to coming up with a solution to the clients challenges that are facing. So a new implementation any defects that are arising the applications, I focus on those as well as creating art and writing poems for people. And also I have construction business Roseland constructions is another business I that I also handle and Roma token, which is as I mentioned, that is the world's first crypto based ecosystem. I also put my time into creating those as well.   Michael Hingson  44:44 So, what what is Rosalynn panda construction all about?   Rosalind Panda  44:48 Rosaline construction company is all about steel detailing, architectural designing, interior designing. So those are the spurts of resilient construction syndrome expanding?   Michael Hingson  45:05 Uh huh. So you you're doing this, you're mainly in the designing part of construction, which again gets back to creativity, doesn't it?   Rosalind Panda  45:13 Exactly, exactly. All my businesses are revolving around creativity. I, I just love being creative in all my areas. Yeah.   Michael Hingson  45:24 So you use CAD systems, I believe and would expect in your construction work?   Rosalind Panda  45:31 Yeah, we have, we have certain now like certified people as well. It's not like I am doing directly, right. So I am the CEO, I have my team as well to take care of those days use certain tools and to take care of those specific elements like steel detailing and construction business. It's expanding. And my team is also growing. So there's a lot more to come in future. Yeah.   Michael Hingson  46:01 I started a company back in 1985, when I needed to, because I couldn't find a job. And we sold some of the first PC based CAD system. So we use AutoCAD and another one called vs cat, although AutoCAD has become the most famous one and the most widely known, I think, in the in the cat world, we had some other CAD systems. But it was right at the beginning of when people started to recognize that CAD actually could allow someone to be just as creative. Do it in a fraction of the time and still then go on and do more work and get more jobs and hopefully make more money and support their business.   Rosalind Panda  46:44 Yeah, exactly. Yeah, that's absolutely right.   Michael Hingson  46:49 Yeah, CAD does not stifle or limit your creativity. It gives you another way, in a lot of ways a more effective way to, to, to show it.   Rosalind Panda  47:00 Yeah, exactly. You can customize it, you can now use your creativity. And what do you want on top of it, just a basic tool that you can definitely incorporate your creativity to do so.   Michael Hingson  47:15 Right? So you're doing a lot of different things, needless to say? And does does there ever happen to be spillover or do things get combined together? You're doing artwork and in any way? Does that get to spill over into your other companies and so on? Or are they really separate?   Rosalind Panda  47:38 I believe, as I said that it's a common element where my creativity flows, right? It all my all my businesses are revolving around creativity. I also write books. I have my latest book, I co authored a book called powerful female immigrant, about 24 powerful immigrant women who are making a difference. Despite of the surmountable odds they have faced in life, and there is another book just got launched, which is called Lead self become the leader, which is by me, which is 10 foundational principles to live your life. So that's the book just got launched last week on 12th November. So that is be pretty, like it will be available in few days in Amazon. It's already in the process. And I also speak, I'm a speaker as well, I speak on public platform stages, podcasts. So I believe it's not a spillover, but it's it's a different angle of my my personality. What makes me as a whole song. And I believe in holistic, fulfillment as a human being, rather than just being being one directional. I become diverse, I let my imagination I flow into different angles of me, and making me who I am. It's part of my personality, I let it flow I unleash my imagination, my creativity. When it tries to flow on the canvas, I do through art, what I'm trying to do through words, I write poems, and write a book and what I'm trying to express through my words, I speak on stages and help other players empowering others inspiring them and so that they can do and they can be inspired and empowered to do what they love to do. They can be more of what they want to be. And while in doing the software development, I let my creativity my solution oriented mind, my creative design thinking to in the development I have the applications. So that because I know that the main purpose of letting my creative into different directions is to serve humanity. The intention behind what I do is to serve humanity. So it's going to solve so many users, so many customers and the end, that it gives me that pleasure and that driving force to do so. I'm not just coming up with a solution to do for myself. That's, of course, it's serving me because I'm nourishing my passion, my intentions, my, my day to day activities, for sure. But the end goal, the intention behind it is about about the people about the humanity, of what we are helping what I'm helping through my creativity. So I let it   Michael Hingson  50:55 be you. How do you as you're being creative, keep from getting a mental block that blocks being creative? How do you keep going, you know, writers oftentimes talk about getting writer's block, and they can't move forward and, and so on. You sound like that doesn't happen to you. Why is that?   Rosalind Panda  51:14 Why is that because, as I mentioned, when we become unidirectional, and just go in one direction, sometimes we feel stuck, because we're not thinking around the edges. And that time, we can take a small break and come out, come up with a fresh mind to move on. Because remember, when to get a momentum in any of our actions, sometimes, we need to take two steps backward. And to come forward with a greater force, or a pool momentum, like the trampoline effect, if you want to jump higher, you, you know that you have to go down in the trampoline to too little beneath, like little below the surface as well. So that's how the mental block happens when we think as if we're really stuck. But we change our perspective, and give us a small break about thinking, Okay, I'm not able to come up with the idea right? Now, how about, just let me take a walk. Or let me just get away, go go away from this thing, what I'm trying to do, in few minutes, I'll be coming back with a fresh mind. And it comes, it really comes. So that's when we have to have our patience with ourselves. To have understanding about how creativity really flows. Do we have to have that understanding? Some so many people call it procrastination. But it is not really procrastination, if you know the story of Leonardo da Vinci, you're the artist who were in the history, they used to do so many things at a time, and they will be coming back to what they're creating a project. If they're not really procrastinating, it's rather, they are they know that if they're working on a big project or something, then sometimes the mind has to think from my perspective, as totally external person, not the person who is creating that other person who is reading. So we have to switch our paradigm switch our prospective, then only the blog, which gets created in the mind, that goes away. For example, if I go ahead, so for example, I shall write if, when a chef is cooking, and when he's cooking, he's gonna appreciate his food, he's gonna be like, Oh, this is tasty, because he's creating it. But if he changes his perspective, and thinks about from a primary customer point of view, or the person who is eating, then he he will be giving a better feedback on that. He can think oh, yeah, my I might need to improve this food a little bit. Because when I'm thinking about it, like a creator, I am appreciating everything. But I'm not thinking from the user perspective, the the person who is eating. So that's how switching the perspective changes the game for me and the people who are having the block blockers in their mind as well.   Michael Hingson  54:43 It's all about letting your inner mind take over and not stressing about it. And that's what I thought you would say and that's really what it's all about is the blocks are things that we create ourselves. So you have written and you know, exemplify leadership in a lot of ways, what to you is true leadership and how do you implement it? I believe   Rosalind Panda  55:06 that true leadership starts with leading yourself first, before even leading others, positive, we as a human being up can lead ourselves the best. And thinking about having perseverance, patience, persistence, endurance, and having a schedule a discipline and how to how to let our inner creator think, and lead ourselves the best. I believe that's the true leadership. Because if a person when a person, they know how to lead themselves, despite all the chaos, all the stress all the negative environment that can impact their mind state, when they can control they can control or have a wonderful balance in their mind. That time, they they impact others who are in the surrounding, and eventually, they're the world. They create a wonderful ripple Ripple Effect in their own consciousness, which is self consciousness. And when they end afterwards, they impact their community, where they are serving in their day to day life, and in the world, because everything that through leadership reflects through their actions, their words, their, what they're doing in their activities, their intentions. So I believe leading yourself leading ourselves first, as a human being. That's true leadership. It doesn't matter what role you have, what authority you have, what designation you have. But having that mind state, to be happy, to be content, to be, to be the own driving force in your own life is very crucial.   Michael Hingson  57:07 How do you want people to remember you, you, you interact with a lot of people, and then you go on and do other things? And so on? What, what do you want people to remember about you? And what kind of effect do you want to have on the world?   Rosalind Panda  57:22 Yeah, that's a wonderful question. So when, when I want people to remember me, I believe they will remember me as an artist who love to express herself on the canvas or no matter what medium I'm out writing a book, or speaking or writing. This, remember is me as a creator, who unleashes its own power to create, create that ripple effect to impact other people's lives. I empower others, I inspire others to be their best Excel and improve in their lives. And as a good leader, who knows how to lead myself first in my life, and impacting others as well and empowering others with optimistic approach with a positive approach. And just a positive person, a optimistic person, a true leader, now, who serves the humanity serves the community and believes in giving back to the community through every action. That's what I want and innovator, technology innovator, a futuristic, a visionary, a thought leader, a change maker, who brings wonderful, huge difference into her life, which is me. And also every every person surrounding me, eventually the world.   Michael Hingson  58:47 So let me ask you this question. We call this the unstoppable mindset podcast. What does unstoppable mindset mean to you? And what advice do you have for people listening to our episode today?   Rosalind Panda  59:04 Unstoppable means no matter what happens in your life, what circumstance or you go through, nobody can break your spirit. You are the person who is leading yourself throughout every situation. And you as a human being, you totally understand the journey of life. Right? We are all doing a journey. We're all experiencing a journey from starting point A to Z, which is from birth to until a we breed, the last on Earth. Unstoppable means you don't stop at any point, no external factor. No external circumstance can break your spirit. No matter what you go through. Everything is an experience. When the experiences leaves a bitter taste in your mouth, you're learning a lesson and grow through it, evolve through it. But never stop, or never get stuck. You are more than your mind. Right? You're more, you're more than your mind. Because the mind is going to play all the games and all the voices, it will start talking to you to stop you from doing some things to stop you from being the leader in your own life. But unstoppable means you are more than your mind. You are controlling your mind. You are the master, you are the captain of your own ship of life. So that's what unstoppable things.   Michael Hingson  1:00:47 And the biggest lesson there is that it really is your choice and you don't need to let go different kinds of circumstances. Stop your spirit. You may not have control over everything that happens to you. But you always have control over how you mentally deal with it.   Rosalind Panda  1:01:07 Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Because as human beings, we all go through so many unwanted circumstances. Nobody's just playing on a better process, right? Life is a journey filled with bitter taste, bitter experience, wonderful experience, happy, sad experiences. But all that matters is we don't change we don't become a negative person. After any experience. We don't just generalize our experiences or people or what we see or experience or not. Because every person is different. Every person is unique. Every experience is unique. So we have to grow through it. No matter what we go through. We spread the wonderful fragrance. In the end, we understand that life is filled with wonderful experiences. We stay optimistic and positive and emit the wonderful energy into the world.   Michael Hingson  1:02:11 Oh, Rosalind Panda, this has been wonderful if people want to reach out to you learn more about what you do, maybe in gauge your services or learn about your books and so on. How do they do that?   Rosalind Panda  1:02:24 Absolutely. So my website is Rosalindpanda.com that Yeah, absolutely. R O S A L I N D. And my last name is Panda P A N D A.com. Rosalindpanda.com is my website where my socials are also there. Everything is linked to my website, I have my Rosalindarts.com which lists out all my paintings, people can read about it and Rosalinditservices.com is we are where we help clients with their web it all the web technology, related needs and requirements and Rosalynn construction is also where we help clients with their construction businesses through by token is the post utility based crypto ecosystem, all these businesses are all aligned and mentioned inside the Rosalindpanda.com website, all integrated with the my follow other websites in Facebook. I am known by Rosalind Panda, you can search me and also connect with me on I'm also in LinkedIn, Rosalind Panda, and on Instagram. I am Rosalind Panda five. The number 5 Rosalind Panda five, and on Twitter. It is my handle is Rosa Jubilee, which is R O S A J U B L E E. That's my Twitter handle. And also I'm on Tik Tok, which is Rosalind Panda one. So yeah, so I'm on the social media as well, people can connect with me and work with me. I'm not I would love to help others.   Michael Hingson  1:04:25 I hope people will do that. And we definitely will stay in touch as well. So thank you for being here. And thank you for listening. I hope that you've enjoyed this. I hope that you've learned from it I have, and I really appreciate the opportunity to talk with Rosalind but also to make this podcast, something for all of us to listen to and grow from. If you'd like to comment on today's podcast, please feel free to email me at Michaelhi at accessibe A C C E S S I B E.com. I'm, or go to my podcast page, Michael hingson.com/podcast. And please, wherever you're listening to this, give us a five star rating. We do appreciate your ratings and your comments very well. So once again, Rosalind Thank you very much for being here. And we look forward to hearing more from you and about you in the future and definitely let us know any way we can help.   Rosalind Panda  1:05:25 Thank you so much, Michael. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was a pleasure and looking forward to many more.   Michael Hingson  1:05:35 You have been listening to the Unstoppable Mindset podcast. Thanks for dropping by. I hope that you'll join us again next week, and in future weeks for upcoming episodes. To subscribe to our podcast and to learn about upcoming episodes, please visit www dot Michael hingson.com slash podcast. Michael Hingson is spelled m i c h a e l h i n g s o n. While you're on the site., please use the form there to recommend people who we ought to interview in upcoming editions of the show. And also, we ask you and urge you to invite your friends to join us in the future. If you know of any one or any organization needing a speaker for an event, please email me at speaker at Michael hingson.com. I appreciate it very much. To learn more about the concept of blinded by fear, please visit www dot Michael hingson.com forward slash blinded by fear and while you're there, feel free to pick up a copy of my free eBook entitled blinded by fear. The unstoppable mindset podcast is provided by access cast an initiative of accessiBe and is sponsored by accessiBe. Please visit www.accessibe.com. accessiBe is spelled a c c e s s i b e. There you can learn all about how you can make your website inclusive for all persons with disabilities and how you can help make the internet fully inclusive by 2025. Thanks again for listening. Please come back and visit us again next week.

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #396: A Shadow in the Moonlight Interlude – Different Archery Styles

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023


The Confident Healer
Darrell Gooden, The Corporate Healer

The Confident Healer

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023 66:47


Darrell Gooden has led such an interesting life, helping businesses and corporations become more heart centered, more conscious of their behavior, their values as a person and how that can help a business. This is why I call him the Corporate Healer. About the guest: Sifu Darrell Gooden, Ph.D. is President and Head Master Instructor of the Mountain Institute for Kung Fu and Tai Chi, a non-profit organization. He has providing instruction to martial arts students from all walks of life, from at-risk youths to seniors in rehabilitation facilities and everyone in between. His classes are currently held at the Ojai Recreation Center. Classes offered include children and adults. The Mountain Institute for Kung Fu and Tai Chi has sponsored several field trips to Beijing China over the years. While in Beijing Sifu Darrell and his associates coached teams of Kung Fu students ranging from 74 years old to 7 years old. Most of his students won gold and a host of other medals. Sifu Darrell Gooden was inducted in the Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2006. He describes the study of Traditional Chinese Martial Arts as learning to work hard, achieving peaceful confidence and being part of a community. The Ojai Kung Fu Club community inspires the student to be good citizens, virtuous, fulfilled, and engaged in their wellbeing. Sifu Darrell martial arts studies began in earnest, in the late 70s, while he was stationed at Kun San Air Force Base. In 2010 Sifu Darrell was promoted to the rank of Master, 8th degree by the Hang Ling Do Federation. His Title of Sigung means teacher of teachers. He has studied various martial art systems including Shotokan Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Bak Shaolin Eagle Claw, Wing Chun and familiarized himself with all the important movements in the martial arts, such as kick boxing and mixed martial arts. Sigung Darrell continues to be a student of the martial arts. He co-wrote and produced Self Defense for Everyone video program. Sifu Darrell holds several University Degrees: 1. Ph.D. Organization Transformational Studies, Adizes Graduate School 2. Master of Science Technology Management, Pepperdine University 3. Bachelor of Science Management Information System, University of Redlands.  Guest Contact: darrell@che-ca.org, mountainkungfu.com About the Hostess: Sharmila Mali is a Self-Love Expert, intuitive healer, Reiki Master Teacher, Akashic Records Reader (in addition to being a podcaster).  For the past 20 years, she has been teaching Reiki and intuitive healing.  She has a 9 month training, the Confident Healer Reiki training program.  FB: @SharmilaTheSelfLoveExpert IG: @sharmilatheselfloveexpert   Support the Confident Healer: -DONATE, become a patron and donate one time or monthly, it's easy, www.theconfidenthealer.net/support -Share the podcast with someone that needs it. Intro and Outro Music: The Joker produced by Danya Vodovoz, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz2XCAr0rc0&list=PLq4r2IOXma9DSwR-JOVaCm3uqYrqwhV1x&index=26  Royalty Free Music. Produced Sharmila Mali Edited by Chris Jessup

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EPISODE 120 - When I Grow Up I want to be a Taekwondo Master

When I Grow Up

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023 69:55


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Beauty and the Biz
Blending Plastic Surgery with Wellness — with Emily Hartmann, MD (Ep.196)

Beauty and the Biz

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2023 54:26


Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery and blending plastic surgery with wellness. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Blending Plastic Surgery with Wellness — with Emily Hartmann, MD". The healthier your patients are, both physically and mentally, the better their outcomes and the less grief you have to deal with. So, you can either hope your patients are fit or you can proactively help them get to sound body and mind, so they have a smooth journey before, during and after surgery. This week's Beauty and the Biz episode is an interview I did with Dr. Emily Hartmann, a board-certified plastic & reconstructive surgeon in private practice in Chico, CA, where she was born and raised. She takes the sound mind and body philosophy to a new level. After suffering from her own health issues trying to juggle being a wife, mother, surgeon and business owner, she needed a new approach for herself and her patients. Here's what we talked about: The downside of tackling medical school, marriage and babies all at once How the COVID lock down helped her prioritize How her approach to addressing ALL of her patient's mind, body and wellness issues has grown her practice kingdom quickly through word of mouth. Visit Dr. Hartmann's Website P.S. If you want to attract more cosmetic patients, check out my latest resource to help:

Tul World
Ep. 187 - Tricky Situations & How to Handle Them

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2023 11:32


Tricky Situations & How to Handle Them Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #395: Making the Hunter From A Shadow in the Moonlight in 3.75″ Form Part 1!

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2023


Tul World
Ep. 186 - Self-Defense Skits & The Duty to Retreat

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 18:08


Self-Defense Skits & The Duty to Retreat Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

The Black Belt Podcast
#11: Scott Coker – Be A Black Belt in Life

The Black Belt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 62:37


“The journey just starts at Black Belt.  How do you carry yourself as a master instructor of your own domain?  Be a black belt in all 3 disciplines, life, business, and martial arts.  Integrate them all together, now you are a martial artist.” – Scott CokerMy guest this episode is Scott Coker, who is an Ernie Reyes Protégé, 8'th degree Black Belt and an original member of the famous West Coast Demo Team.  He was the Founder and CEO of Strike Force and is the current President of Bellator MMA.  As a martial artist and promoter of Combat Sports since 1985, Mr. Coker has first-hand experience being a part of the evolution and transformation of martial arts through combat sports.This episode is all about the scientific study and evolution of martial arts from Karate to Kick Boxing to Mixed Martial Arts.  We dive deep into the last 30 years of MMA evolution, beginning with no rounds, next to no rules, and no weight classes, to the current product we have now.  We dive deep into the evolution starting off with striking arts, then the BJJ revolution, to the rise of wrestling.  Now it is all about the flow of the striking, wrestling, and bjj arts, and the champions of the future will be those who can flow and transition between the styles, and fuse them together as one molecule instead of separate entities.  We also discuss leadership and how martial arts philosophy has influenced Scotts ability to lead organizations, fighters, and himself.  Mr. Coker is a treasure trove of martial arts history, knowledge, and insight.  What I appreciate most about him is that there is no separation between martial arts and life.  He carries himself as a martial artist everywhere he goes.  He is a Black Belt in Life.

Innovation Inside LaunchStreet: Leading Innovators | Business Growth | Improve Your Innovation Game

Where are you on the roadmap to Innovation and Influence? In working with tens of thousands of Everyday Innovators in our global community, I've discovered that there are 5 stages on the road to "Innovation & Influence" and 3 insights that help people move forward. These 5 stages move you from unhealthy habits and behaviors that don't serve you to being a confident Everyday Innovator that ignites innovation, influences others, and makes an impact. In this episode I'm going to deep dive into the five stages so that you can move forward, faster in your work and life. I'm also going to share three critical insights that I've found help you minimize resistance and progress forward with more ease and speed.  Tamara's Everyday Innovator style is Risk Taker Experiential. What's yours? Sticky Inspiration: Your roadmap to being an Everyday Innovator includes 5 stages Lesson & Action: To progress forward you must remember these three key insights: don't compare yourself to others, each stage is not created equally, and the end is never the end.  Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn Join our global Everyday Innovators community on Facebook       Raw Podcast Transcript: Hey everybody, Tamara here, your host, creator of the Innovation Quotient Edge Assessment Guide at the Everyday Innovators Online Toolbox, and according to my kids average cook. All right, today I wanna talk about your roadmap to innovation and influence. I've worked with tens of thousands of everyday innovators. They're in our global community through the clients that we've reached, and one of the things that I've discovered is that there are five stages to your roadmap, to innovation and influence, and. Three insights that help people move forward. And I wanna share the five stages and those three insights with you today. Cuz I think whether you're starting the journey in the middle of it towards the higher levels of it, it's gonna apply to your work and to your life no matter where you are. So let me back up for a second and just talk a little bit about what I even mean by the road to innovation and influence to me. This is really all about getting to that place where you live your life, make your decisions, guide your behavior, your mindset through the lens of being an everyday innovator. That's someone who sees opportunities. CR, a strong creative problem solver, strategic thinker, great at making decisions when they need to be made. An innovator is the one that leads in uncertain and challenging times.  and influence is all about influencing others, making an impact that ripple effect out, not just getting buy-in for your ideas, but also that's very important of course, but also being that rising tide that lifts all boats. So innovation is about you being that everyday innovator, unlocking that incredible talent you have inside of you. And influence is about amplifying your voice and your. . And what we want in these five stages is to go through the journey that makes that innovation and that influence being an everyday innovator, something that happens naturally. You know, oftentimes people will say to me things like, oh, Tamara, um, I'm not the innovative one. It's um, Xander down the hall with his cool glasses and his purple hair. Like he's the innovative one, not. What I know what they're really saying is, and they may not realize it is, I've not. Engage that skill that I have inside of me. And so it's hard and it's dormant and it feels exhausting and it feels not for me. And I think unfortunately, we've developed this narrative in the world that says that being an innovators for the select few, you know, these elite geniuses with their, you know, people like Steve Jobs and Elon Musk and JK Rawling, and they're all, don't get me wrong, they're all incredible. I. , but they're also geniuses. And as someone said to me once, it was actually a neuroscientist I spoke to, he said, here's the thing, Tamara. He said, genius is rare, but creativity is common. And I love that because what our research and our work has discovered is that everybody ha is an everyday innovator. But as you know, how we do it is unique to each of us. And what our research uncovered is that there's nine triggers or styles, ways that we as humans innovate and what we all. Is the combination of two power triggers our wellspring of innovation and a dormant trigger, and that's our least powerful play. That's our unique everyday innovator style. And when we leverage that, we get on the road to innovation and influence. So no longer do we say that's Xander down the hall. We say, yep, that's me. I'm an everyday innovator. I solve problems. I move further faster. I think sideways. I seize opportunities. Change and uncertainty are. Fuel for the recipes that I build. All right, let's dig into what those five stages to innovation and influence look like. Um, and I recently posted about this actually yesterday as I'm recording this, and it got so much conversation. That's why I'm talking about this on the podcast today. And I think understanding the five phases really helps people move through them and then the insights will help you. , I think help you go further faster as well. All right, so let's talk about 'em. So the first phase is discover. Discover is all about reframing your mindset and discovering this powerful new innovation framework that serves you and that's your unique everyday innovator style and the method that goes along with it. Here's what happens in this phase, this is where we recognize that business as usual, no longer works for. So we're finally saying, you know what? How I'm doing things isn't working. The approach that I'm using, what got me to here is not gonna get me to there. I need to make a change. That in itself can be very hard for people, don't you think? So at this point, we go, okay, what I'm doing isn't working, and I know that innovation could be my greatest advantage. I know that innovators are the ones that lead during change and uncertainty. , but I don't necessarily have the right framework to make it happen, or Right. I would've done it already. So now we're gonna reframe the mindset around what it means to be an everyday innovator and accelerate that success. So discover is all about uncovering the habits, the routines of behaviors, the mindsets that aren't serving you, and starting to really shed those. Think about for a moment what it would be. , if you shed that mindset, that belief, and the actions and behaviors that are keeping you stuck, what would it be like to shed those? I think it would feel pretty great, and what I've dis what I've found in this discover phase is that reframe. Allows you to see the world through a different lens. So once we get through discover, and we're reaming those mindsets and we're discovering that powerful new innovation framework, what we have inside of us, we go to unlock. And that's where we start to actually shed old habits that keep us stuck. And add innovator habits that propel you forward. Think of it like this. If you've got a B, um, let's say you've got a bunch of bricks inside of you and these are holding you up. These are like your bone.  and you wanna remove the bricks that aren't serving you. But you can't just leave blank space, you crumble. And in fact, when there's a void, oftentimes the old habits, the negativity, the things that aren't serving us are what try to sh rush back in. So in this case, right, we're going to take new bricks that serve us, those innovator bricks, and we're gonna put those in. So here you're ready to unlock your hidden or dormant innovation skills. By unlocking your unique everyday innovator style, you know, in this phase, and unlock number two, that diving deep into your natural innovation talent is the key to solving your sticky challenges, unearthing new opportunities, and feeling more joy and satisfaction. So in unlock, We're shedding the things that don't work for us, and we're starting to really explore and delve into those incredible natural talents and strengths that we have inside of us, particularly about being an innovator that do serve us. So we've gone through discover where we're reframing. We've gone through unlock, where we're shedding and adding new ones, new habits. Now we move into activate. Activate is where we start to experiment, actually put into motion. Your powerful innovator talents, sharpening and strengthening your skills daily. Here's the thing, your brain, while not technically a muscle in this way, acts like one. So the more we sharpen it, the more we strengthen it, the more fuel we give it, the stronger it gets. So here as we experiment and build and test and grow, we are actively strengthening our innovator muscles. We've gotta do it consistently and with, in. So here you start to get excited to put who you are at your best. That's what an everyday innovator is. It's you at your best into action daily, and you begin to explore and experiment with your newfound innovation skills. It'll start to feel like things are getting easier as you sharpen your natural innovation talents. So no longer does being an innovator feel exhausting, hard for someone else, frustrating. It starts to get a little easier and a little easier as you sharp. These natural talents inside of you. So the activate stage is all about practicing and bringing your style of innovation to life daily. It's very, that's why it's called active. It's very in motion. We are starting to take these things that we now understand about ourselves and put 'em into practice daily. Like I said, it's like going to the gym of Innovation every single day. And when we do that, you can't. , but get to the next phase. Number four, which is command. Command is where you achieve new levels of innovation mastery as you heighten your abilities and the success you're getting from it. Think of it like this. It's kind of like being a black belt in martial arts. So you now have this new level of mastery, and it shows other people can see it in you. You innovate daily with intention, applying your skills to your challenges and opportunities, big and small, and you continue to invest in yourself because you recognize that in order to maintain mastery, you must continue to learn and grow. In this phase command, I mentioned being like a black belt in martial arts. Well, if you've ever done martial arts or know anything about martial arts and you know that when you hit black belt, you don't stop. It's not game over. You haven't learned everything there is to know. What happens at the black belt level is you continue to train. You just do it differently, right? You have to maintain your level in your skill, just like any other skill in life. And we, we've done that and we are masters of being everyday innovators and we're continuing to grow and. We move up to the final stage, which is influence, and this is where you elevate your game as you become an innovation influencer, amplifying your voice and value. So in this phase, now that you own like truly own, from the inside out, from mindset to action, to environment, to all. Your everyday innovator style, you can focus on how to amplify your VO voice and value. Here you are moving from not just being a rockstar, everyday innovator, but also in learning the skills to lead and influence others. You elevate your game by igniting innovation, influencing others, and making a massive impact influence. This stage is about the ripple effect out that you can create. Remember I was saying about an everyday innovator that not just you get buy-in for your ideas? Yes, that's part of influence stage. Also, you become that rising tide that lifts all boats so that people around you are impacted in a positive way by you and they become stronger innovator. Because of you, your value is recognized. You have a strong voice in your work, in your community, wherever it is. So lemme go back real quick and just highlight these. For you, and I want you to be thinking about where you are in the phase. And then I wanna get to the three insights because I think this is a part that's really important to remember as you start to really map out your journey. So one is discover. So this is where you reframe your mindset and discover a powerful new innovation framework that serves you. Two is unlock, this is where we actively shed those old habits that keep you stuck and add in innovator habits to propel you. , then we move up to activate. This is where we start to experiment. Start to intentionally go to that gym of innovation and use your powerful innovator talents, sharpening and strengthening your skills daily. That moves you up to command, which is where you achieve whole new levels of innovation. Masteries, you heighten your abilities and success. This is that black belt of martial arts. Then up to the top is influence where you elevate your game as you become an innovation influencer.  amplifying your voice and your value. So think about where you are on this. Now, I've interacted with tens of thousands of everyday innovators across the globe, and I've learned some really important and very interesting things about being on this journey. And I wanna share three really important insights that have come out of this that I. Can also help you move yourself forward. So let me share with you what they are and then I'll dig into each. Number one is you can't compare yourself to others. Number two is each phase is not created equally. And number three is the end is not the end. So number one, you can't compare yourself to others. You might be in the unlocked phase while someone you admire is in the command phase. It's not better. It's just at a different phase of the journey you'll get there and in the way that works for you, and they got there in a way that works for them. I know in our social media, instant gratification, let's all put our best self online world that we live in. It's comparison is very easy and it's very hard not to do. But I really, I've learned that people who don't compare and just do their.  are the ones that win. You know, I'll tell you on a side note, I was swimming today. Um, My partner and I were, we were swimming, we were training for an Ironman, and so we're in the pool. We're doing the same program, so we're, we're doing the exact same swimming, right, the same speed, same distances, all that. And he is faster than me. And I started getting really frustrated because I couldn't catch up to him, and I kept trying. I don't think he even knew I was competing by the way he was doing his thing. And at one point about halfway through the training, I had to realize, okay, ta. You're not even competing against him in the race. You're doing this race for yourself. Why are you competing against him in the pool? Why are you comparing yourself to him? Now, I'm all about friendly competition, but I was comparing like, why is he faster than me? Well, also, he's been doing this for five or six more years of me. I didn't even have my first swim lesson until I was 49 years old. That's right, you heard it, right? 49. So why am I comparing myself to someone who's been doing iron? For, I don't know, is it 10 years now? I'm not even sure. And has done, oh my gosh, almost 12 of 'em, and he's amazing. But why am I comparing myself? It's not worth it. Don't do it. We all go through the journey at different phases, different paces. We experience different success. We hit different roadblocks. What bonds us all together in this case, and the innovation influence journey, and what matters.  is that we're all working towards unleashing 1 million everyday innovators across the globe so that we can innovate, influence, and make an impact on the personal, local, and global scale, meaning the things that we wanna do. So it's great to have that bond. It's great that he and I are training together towards this event that we're both doing, but comparison is the enemy and your journey is your journey. Okay? The second insight is each phase is not created equally. We often need more time to shed old beliefs and eliminate the behaviors and patterns that don't serve us before we can begin to build new mindsets and habits that transform us into everyday innovators. So sometimes that initial discovery phase or even the phase right after that, the unlocked phase, sometimes people need a little extra time and attention. . And when we do that, the other phases go faster. But you know, from being on other journeys in life progress and the speed of progress changes as you move through your journey. So don't get frustrated when one phase seems to be taking a long time and maybe the one before move quickly, but now this one you're struggling. That's how it works. Progress and speed of progress changes. So each phase is not created equal.  and it's def definitely different for each person. All right. Third, insight is the end is not the end. So like I said, just like playing a, being a black belt in any martial arts, you don't stop training. When you hit that elite level, you just start training differently. So, in fact, not many people know this, but I have a black belt in TaeKwonDo, and I'll never forget my sensei coming to me when I got my black belt and after the ceremony, and he said, you know that this now. That you are gonna work harder and have more responsibility for others in this community. I took that very seriously. He's absolutely right. I needed to continue to train. I needed to continue to perfect my skills or create pro. I don't know that perfection ever happens that maybe as progressed my skills, but I heard his point, right? We just start training differently. Being an innovator becomes. , but we have to continue to train so that we don't lose it and that so that we get stronger as the masters that we are. So the end is not the end. And you know, I'm so proud of the thousands of everyday innovators in our community that have reached command and influence phases. But you know what? I'm even prouder of the fact that they continue to grow and evolve. They continue to put in the work to be everyday innovators because they know the benefit of it. They know how valuable it is. In their own lives when they do that. So don't compare yourself to others. Each phase is not created equally, and the end is definitely not the end. I hope. After listening to this podcast, you'll do two things. One is if you don't know your everyday innovator style already, take a second and go find out. I think you'll find it really worth your while. It is. At your best, how you perform at your peak, how you add value, all of it. And then I want you to go onto any of my social media accounts. The links are on the website page, and if you type in original tomorrow or Launch Street, you'll find us. And I want you to look at the infographic I put up with this journey, and I want you to think about where you are and what you need to. I bet you have the answer. And sometimes I think that internal voice is there and it's calling to us and it has the answers, but we never just sit down and give it a chance to speak. We never just think about it. So discover your everyday innovator style and then think about where you are in the journey and how to map it out for success.   Tamara out.    

All Heart with Paul Cardall
Tina Cardall - How to Take Back Your Health

All Heart with Paul Cardall

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2023 36:09


Do you have control over your health? Paul Cardall is joined by his wife Tina Cardall. She is a holistic health coach and Certified Personal Trainer who left her job on Wall Street after 9/11 to focus on educating and inspiring others to live a healthier life. From the salads her mother made fresh from the garden outside her childhood home in Cleveland, to her love for investigating the ingredients in food on the shelves in grocery stores. They discuss burn out and how she helped herself and others change their lives from building a life around business to building a business around their lives. She also talks about her passion advocacy for BeautyCounter, a company that is working with Legislation to get laws passed and changed to get safer beauty products into the hands of everyone. FOLLOW TINA'S HEALTH ADVICE STORIESInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/tinacardall/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tina.cardallOrder BeautyCounter from Tina - https://www.beautycounter.com/TinaCardall TINA CARDALL BIOTina Cardall has a B.S. in Finance from The State University of New York College at Westbury. She  was born in Cleveland, Ohio and is a 1st generation Slovenian American. Her parents immigrated from communist Yugoslavia after the country had been ravished by both world wars. The American dream was instilled in Tina at an early age. She worked on Wall Street for Morgan Stanley & Credit Suisse Asset Management as a Performance Analyst for over a decade and was in Manhattan on September 11, 2001 when the Twin Towers were destroyed. She became an AFAA Certified Person Trainer teaching classes at night after her Finance job during the day just for fun. She is a 1st Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. Tina moved to Orange Country, California and worked as a Health Coach for Amen Clinics, Inc. founded by best-selling Author Dr. Daniel Amen, an American celebrity doctor who practices as a psychiatrist and brain disorder specialist. Meanwhile, Saddleback Church, a Baptist Evangelical mega church located in Lake Forest, California, hired Tina. She was involved with implementing The Daniel Plan with Pastor Rick Warren, which started with over 25,000 members participating together and losing over 250,000 pounds. Tina worked on The Daniel Plan with Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Daniel Amen. The Daniel Plan is far more than a diet plan. It is an appetizing approach to achieving a healthy lifestyle by optimizing the five key essentials of faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends. Also while on staff at Saddleback Church, Tina did several mission trips to third world nations. She went to Thailand to help rescue young women from sex-trafficking through a program that would give the women an alternate job. She went to India to work with the women in the slums doing micro-financing. She went to Sri Lanka to work in an orphanage. In 2011, Tina returned to Cleveland, Ohio to care for her father whose health was declining. She married award winning pianist Paul Cardall in 2013, continued with personal training and competed in 7 NPC bodybuilding competitions, winning several Masters categories. Her experience on Finance and working Wall Street assisted in helping her husband sell his catalogue in one of the music industry's highest acquisitions of instrumental music. Since then Tina in a continued effort to encourage and educate people to understand the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, she partnered with BeautyCounter, a safer, non-toxic beauty company that cares about our health and the ingredients we put onto our bodies. ABOUT THE HOST PAUL CARDALLOfficial Website - http://www.paulcardall.comFacebook - http://www.facebook.com/paulcardallmusicYotube - http://www.youtube.com/cardallInstagram - http://www.instagram.com/paulcardall LISTEN TO HIS MUSICAPPLE MUSIC - https://music.apple.com/us/artist/paul-cardall/4312819SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/artist/7FQRbf8gbKw8KZQZAJWxH2AMAZON - Ask Alexa to play Peaceful Piano by Paul Cardall Paul Cardall is an artist who has given a new meaning to the phrase, a change of heart and how he used this radical change to take his music to an unexpected place.  Despite being born with a potentially life-threatening heart defect Paul Cardall has become a world recognized pianist. He is even endorsed by Steinway & Sons as one of the finest pianist of our time. A Dove award winner for his Christmas album, Paul's recordings have debuted on 11 No. 1 Billboard charts along with 46 other chart debuts. His music has 25 million monthly listeners with more than 3 billion lifetime streams and is often categorized as Classical, Christian, and Holiday. Although most of albums are instrumental, Paul has songs that feature Grammy winning gospel legend CeCe Winans, Matt Hammitt (Sanctus Real), Kristin Chenoweth, Country duo Thompson Square, David Archuleta, Tyler Glenn (Neon Trees), Audrey Assad, Steven Sharp Nelson (The Piano Guys), and more.    Paul has performed for audiences worldwide including the White House. Forbes, American Songwriter, Jesus Calling, Lifestyles Television, Mix Magazine, and countless other media outlets have share his remarkable journey of receiving a life changing heart transplant and using music as a tool to help God heal spiritual, mental, and emotional hearts.

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #394: More Experimenting with Making Articulated Figures and Making the Hunter From A Shadow in the Moonlight

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2023


whistlekick Martial Arts Radio
Episode 792 - Master Candidate Stephen Brayton

whistlekick Martial Arts Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2023 92:19


Master Candidate Stephen Brayton is a Martial Arts practitioner, instructor and author of fiction novels. Every testing I get nervous. Every martial artists who does testing and competitions, if they're not nervous, they don't care. Nervousness shows that you care. It's the ability of taking that nervousness to be the energy that you need to perform to satisfaction… Master Candidate Stephen Brayton - Episode 792 Master Candidate Stephen Brayton is a Sixth Degree Black Belt in the American Taekwondo Association. When he's not writing stories, he's writing blogs and social media posts as a Marketing Associate for Mapcon Technologies in Johnston, Iowa. He lives about an hour and a half away from two supportive and loving parents and two and a half hours away from a younger sister, her husband, and three beautiful nieces. In this episode, Master Candidate Stephen Brayton talks about his journey to the martial arts and how he added martial arts into his fiction writing novels. Listen to learn more! Show notes You may check out more about Master Candidate Stephen Brayton on Facebook or visit his websites: www.braytonsbookbuzz.wordpress.com www.stephenbrayton.wordpress.com Follow him on Twitter: @SLBrayton

Tul World
Ep. 185 - Why Being A Black Belt Puts You At A Disadvantage

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2023 11:43


Why Being A Black Belt Puts You At A Disadvantage Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

Love, Gianna
God's Work In Vegan Taekwondo Olympian Victoria Stambaugh

Love, Gianna

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2023 48:58


Victoria is a fully plant based Olympic Taekwondo athlete and represented the beautiful country of Puerto Rico at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. She has been competing in the sport of Taekwondo for 21 years and is her passion and life. Victria has total of 17 scars on her knees because of a total of 6 knee surgeries. ACL reconstruction in 2010, meniscus and ACL reconstruction in 2012, two reconstruction ACL surgeries in 2013, a 15% meniscectomy of the meniscus in 2018 and a major meniscectomy of the meniscus in 2019. After her 6th knee surgery in 2019 ahe  thought it to be impossible to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after hearing the shocking news that she had about 20% of her meniscus left over from surgery. However, through her faith in Jesus Christ she felt the need to continue and finish the race on to becoming an Olympian. Despite all those who doubted her and advised her to give it up, after a hard rehab process, Victoria returned to the sport.  After falling short for the Rio 2016 Olympics, she preserved through all my set backs and qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on March 12, 2020.    Follow Victoria on her journey to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and beyond in this interview.    #VictoriaStambaugh #Taekwondo #vegan #veganathlete    0:00 Who is Victoria Stambaugh 0:43 What is Taekwondo 6:46 Taekwondo Knee Surgery 14:55 The Love of God is Real 18:56 God has Your Back 19:36 Taekwondo Olympian Victoria Stambaugh 26:00 Winning at Olympics Even when Losing 29:00 Vegan vs Pescatarian 32:50 Going Plant Based to Win Olympics 35:10 Good Nutrition Opens Up Your Potential  35:30 Unhealthy Christians 37:04 Competition Training Diet 38:31 Traveling Diet for Olympics 38:55 Benefits of Going Vegan 40:22 I can't be Vegan 41:45 Physical Therapy and Recovering Strategies 44:29 Advice On Becoming an Olympic Athlete 46:52 Believe, Commit, Achieve   https://www.instagram.com/victoriastambaugh/   Love, Gianna   STAY CONNECTED WITH ME:   Plant Love cookbook: https://giannasimone.com/checkouts/pl-ebook/ Website: http://GiannaSimone.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/GiannaSimone Instagram: http://instagram.com/gsimone Twitter: http://twitter.com/GiannaSimone1 IMDb: http://imdb.me/GiannaSimone   To support and give to the Gianna Simone Foundation: http://bit.ly/1GU6few

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #393: Is There a Way to Work Smarter Rather Than Harder to Make Custom Articulated Action Figures?

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2023


Tul World
Ep. 184 - Are Your Students Mentally Prepared For This

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2023 10:31


Are Your Students Mentally Prepared For This Upcoming event! Tul 2 (Covering through Chon-Ji to Won-Hyo). Register for our upcoming in-person & virtual seminar @ tulworld.com/events Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

The Empire Never Ended
178: Croatian National Resistance pt. 3 - One Lucky Ustasha

The Empire Never Ended

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2023 69:04


Boris concludes his three-part study of the Croatian National Resistance with Miro Barišić and Dinko Šakić; from Death Camps in Yugoslavia to armed forces in Paraguay to Taekwondo championships in Oklahoma to a Hijacking in Sweden, the story of the CNR takes some strange turns. Subscribe to  patreon.org/tenepod and twitter.com/tenepod.

Motiv8 - The Motivation and Inspiration Podcast
Retrain Your Mind | Joe Rogan

Motiv8 - The Motivation and Inspiration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2023 18:54


Today's motivation is all about refocusing on the things that will make you great. Audio Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysTGb27yCcc&t=366s More about Joe: A standup comedian for over 20 years, Rogan's sixth hour-long comedy special Joe Rogan: Strange Times premiered on Netflix in October 2018. Rogan's previous comedy specials include Joe Rogan: Triggered (2016) for Netflix, Joe Rogan: Rocky Mountain High (2014) for Comedy Central, Joe Rogan: Live from the Tabernacle (2012) released via his website, Talking Monkeys in Space (2009) on CD & DVD and Joe Rogan Live (2007) on DVD. Additionally, Rogan released the CDs Shiny Happy Jihad (2007) and I'm Gonna Be Dead Someday (2000). Rogan is the host of The Joe Rogan Experience, a long-form conversation with guests that is one of the most popular podcasts, currently distributed exclusively on Spotify. Since 2002, Rogan has provided color commentary for the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) on Pay Per View, Spike Television, and FOX. Rogan's passion for MMA began with martial arts practice at the age of 13. Within two years, the Boston native earned a black belt and soon became the Massachusetts full contact Tae Kwon Do champion for four consecutive years. By the age of 19, Rogan won the US Open Tae Kwon Do Championship and as lightweight champion went on to beat both the middle and heavyweight title holders to obtain the Grand Championship. Film credits include Here Comes The Boom (2012) and Zookeeper (2011). Rogan hosted Joe Rogan Questions Everything (2013) for the SyFy channel. Rogan hosted the competition reality series Fear Factor on NBC in 2011/12 and previously for six seasons on the network from 2001-2006. Prior to Fear Factor, Rogan played Joe Garrelli, the resident electrician on the hit NBC comedy series NewsRadio. Rogan regularly performs stand-up locally and internationally. Quote of the Day: “If you ever start taking things too seriously, just remember that we are talking monkeys on an organic spaceship flying through the universe.” ― Joe Rogan Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Support via Patreon Check out my Personal Finance/Investing Podcast Join the Upcoming Newsletter Let's Stay Motivated On Discord

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #392: Sculpting a Logan Figurine and Like a Hood Ornament #48: Rocketeer Minifigure Painting and Making a Game Piece 3

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2023


Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar
Episode 213: Peter Jang TALKS Stunts, 'Mask' & JDF

Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2023 29:25


It is a pleasure to welcome Peter Jang to The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Peter moved to California to pursue his Bachelor's degree at the University of California at San Diego. Once he graduated from the university, he moved to Los Angeles and began pursuing a career in acting and stunt work. He absorbed as much information about the industry while getting started. With a background in Taekwondo as a junior Olympian fighter with five US National Taekwondo Championship medals and three Ohio State Championship titles, Peter Jang was naturally drawn to stunt work as a fighting specialist. Throughout his time in the entertainment industry, Peter worked on several high-profile films such as Bad Times at the El Royale, The Forever Purge, and The Suicide Squad. He also performed on television shows, including American Horror Stories, General Hospital, NCIS: Hawaii, S.W.A.T, and Westworld. Recently, Peter released his short film: MASK. The film tells the story of a combat veteran (Jang) trying to escape his PTSD by working at a boxing gym. Unfortunately, a mysterious man disturbs the vet's tranquility and amplifies the veteran's worst fears. The short film features cast members Tim Neff and Gabrielle LaJudice. The film received the ‘Best Narrative' award at the 2022 Marina Del Ray Film Festival. Peter Jang spoke about his taekwondo history in this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. He also spoke about how it led him to the stunt world, including facing off against the late Jason David Frank in two viral videos: Super Power Beat Down: White Ranger vs. Scorpion and Green Ranger vs. Ryu. Peter also spoke about his desire to bring MASK to life.

Tul World
Ep. 183 - Why You Need Different Stances for the Same Technique

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 13:09


Why You Need Different Stances for the Same Technique Upcoming event! Tul 2 (Covering through Chon-Ji to Won-Hyo). Register for our upcoming in-person & virtual seminar @ tulworld.com/events Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

SocialFlight Live!
Episode #135 - SocialFlightLive! - Don't Do This in an Airplane! What Rod Machado taught me that changed my flying...

SocialFlight Live!

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 65:23


Rod is a legendary aviation author, speaker & flight instructor, combining his unique approach to flight training with his humorous style that makes learning to fly a simpler and more enjoyable journey. An ATP-rated pilot who still gets excited at a Cessna 150 fly-by; Rod has logged over 8,000 hours, most of it while giving dual instruction. He has a degree in both Aviation Science and Psychology which, no doubt, has led to his unique style of teaching. If that's not enough, he keeps his students in line with the knowledge that he holds black belts in both Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido as also having trained over a decade in the Brazilian-based Gracie Jujitsu. “SocialFlight Live!” is a live broadcast dedicated to supporting General Aviation pilots and enthusiasts during these challenging times. Register at SocialFlightLive.com to join the live broadcast every Tuesday evening at 8pm ET (be sure to join early because attendance is limited for the live broadcasts).

The ATA Nation Podcast
Ep. 76 - 14 Things We LOVE About Songahm Taekwondo

The ATA Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2023 20:05


As we gear up for Valentine's Day and think about things and people we love today's episode lists 14 things we LOVE about Songahm Taekwondo. Do you have some you want to add? DM us on Instagram! Visit atama.ninja/uncut and use code ATA to join our special project! The ATA Nation Podcast is for students, families, friends and instructors of Songahm Taekwondo! Be sure to subscribe and share with your ATA family Follow us on Instagram @ATANationPodcast

The Money Multiplier Podcast
Shelter & Lead Your Herd... ft. Alex Thoric

The Money Multiplier Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 35:28


Happy Tuesday! And welcome back to another episode of the TMM Podcast. Hannah here. Today I am joined by a new friend, Alex Thoric. Listen along as we dive into the importance of tracking leads, content generation, and how important online marketing has become in this era of technology. More about Alex: Alex Thoric is the founder of a marketing agency Thor Marketing and Co-Founder of Building Income on Demand. A digital marketer that had a great experience working with different industries such as spa, gyms, coaches, consultants, real estate, and restaurants and helping them grow their customer list. He's a big sport fan. Holder of a 2nd Dan black belt in Taekwondo, practicing it for the last 14 years and even had his own school. His goal is to help local businesses create marketing systems and automations as well as help create content to make business owners life easier and more fulfilling than it is right now.   Visit his website: https://buildingincomeondemand.com/   Have a topic you want me to discuss? Feel free to send any questions or comments to hannah@themoneymultiplier.com. Check out our Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.money.multiplier Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themoneymultiplier Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaDvMSpm4xUumW-MWxNfA9g Hannah: https://www.instagram.com/hannah_kesler

The Gentle Art of Crushing It!
Jarod Alexander & Loren Wernette - The Value in Networking

The Gentle Art of Crushing It!

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 53:34


In this episode, learn how you can land more syndication deals with just networking! Loren started in real estate in May of 2021 with $7000 and a dream to buy his first property by the end of 2021. Through a mixture of creative financing focus and pure dumb luck he was not only able to accomplish this closing on a triplex in Nov of 2021 but going on to purchase another 26 properties by the end of Nov 2022. He is a firm believer that there is no limit to your potential and the only thing between you and your dreams is yourself. When not doing real estate Loren spends time with his wife and four kids and loves to hike and spend time outside. Jarod Alexander is 33 from Fayetteville, NC who works Full-Time as a flooring sales consultant. He is happily married with 2 amazingkids. Jarod has found his passion for real estate and loves to listen to podcasts about passive investing, growth mindset, and financial freedom. Together with his wife, they started their real estate journey buying a turnkey single family home and are currently a limited partner in 4 apartment syndications in Phoenix, AZ. He enjoys the simpler things in life; like spending time with family, listening to books, running, biking, Gym, spartan races, and watching his 3 year old son do Taekwondo. CONNECT WITH THE GUEST Jarod Email: Jarodalexander24@gmail.com Phone: 480-773-9336 Loren Instagram/Tiktok Dadlifeloren Email: wernet12@gmail.com CONNECT WITH THE HOST Derek is a real estate investor with over 30 years in the hospitality industry. He and his wife own both long term and short term rentals and offer management and consulting services to other short term rental property owners. Please reach out to connect with Derek at https://www.linkedin.com/in/derekfelch or email him at derek.felch@gmail.com. Follow us on social media @the.gentle.art.of.crushing.it Listen, like, subscribe, comment: http://thegentleartofcrushingit.com/

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #391: Welcome My Brother, Jeremy, as We Talk About Ofelas (Pathfinder, 1987)

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023


Tul World
Ep. 182 - These Techniques are Useless & Why You Should Still Practice It

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 14:17


These Techniques are Useless & Why You Should Still Practice It Upcoming event! Tul 2 (Covering through Chon-Ji to Won-Hyo). Register for our upcoming in-person & virtual seminar @ tulworld.com/events Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #390 and Like a Hood Ornament #47: Rocketeer Minifigure Resin Casting Updates and Making a Game Piece 2

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023


Smashing the Plateau
How to Avoid the Money Suck of the Online World Featuring Juliet Clark

Smashing the Plateau

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 27:23


Juliet Clark is a six- time author, speaker and podcaster who has spent the last twenty years helping authors, coaches, speakers, and small businesses all over the world build expert audiences.Juliet and I discuss:Juliet's background [02:06]What experts need to know about self-publishing [05:17]Your book as a nurturing tool [06:49]Influencers who are great marketers, yet not great at delivering results [12:02]Juliet's platform-building process [14:57]What community means [24:27]Juliet is the founder of Superbrand Publishing, a hybrid publishing house.She started out as a mystery novelist and is best known for her books Gypsy, Granny Heist, Dead by Dawn, and Pitchslapped.At age 46, Juliet received a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and is an avid hiker and golfer.Learn more about Juliet at:https://www.linkedin.com/in/julietdillonclark/www.superbrandpublishing.comhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/promote-profit-publish/id1445478653www.breakthroughauthormagazine.comhttps://buildyourauthoravatar.com Thank you to our sponsor:The Smashing the Plateau Community

Tul World
Ep. 181 - Usage of the Twin Palm

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 5:58


Usage of the Twin Palm Upcoming event! Tul 2 (Covering through Chon-Ji to Won-Hyo). Register for our upcoming in-person & virtual seminar @ tulworld.com/events Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD
S24 Ep5443: El Torneo De Taekwondo

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 58:45


Un futuro fabuloso, toda la dedicación y el deseo de alcázar un objetivo glorioso. Así es como la tentación puede vencernos en lucha desigual. ECDQEMSD podcast episodio 5443 El Torneo De Taekwondo Conducen: El Pirata y El Sr. Lagartija https://canaltrans.com Historias Desintegradas:  Mi carrera deportiva - El taekwondo es mi pasión - Correteando un conejo - Estudios y tacos - Cinta avanzada - Cobra Kai y Kunfu Matser - Chapaco representando a Potosí en Cochabamba - El mal entrenador - Esperando a las cochalas - Los vicios y el pecado - Equipo olímpico - Mi karma es el azul - Cosas que no recuerdo - Reencuentro en Linkedin - Robert Burns y el Haggis - La noche del poeta escocés. https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2023/5443_el_torneo_de_taekwondo.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre Podcast no tiene publicidad, sponsors ni organizaciones que aporten para mantenerlo al aire. Solo el sistema cooperativo de los que aportan a través de las suscripciones hacen posible que todo esto siga siendo una realidad. Gracias Dragones Dorados: https://www.canaltrans.com/radio/suscripciones.html

Intersections Podcast
Leah Goldstein on Living a Life with No Limits

Intersections Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 60:17


Is there a method to achieving excellence in every chapter of our lives? How can we bypass the distractions and imperfections of the world, break away from stereotypical belief systems that may be percolating around us, and live every moment with inspiration, discipline and commitment to our chosen purpose? What actions can we take to bounce back from our biggest adversities, and build ourselves from the ground up, against all odds? And how can we best honor the gift of life, and seek to live with no limits?Listen to the extraordinary story of Leah Goldstein—a story of her indomitable will to succeed, persevere and overcome adversities repeatedly through every chapter of her life—in an exclusive conversation with Dr. Hitendra Wadhwa on Intersections Podcast.Leah Goldstein is an internationally-renowned ultra endurance athlete and professional cyclist. She is the first female in the 40-year history of Race Across America (RAAM) to win first place overall in the solo division, one of the toughest endurance sports events in the world. As a teenager, Leah became a national TaeKwonDo and World Kickboxing champion. Having a deep desire to serve in the military, Leah enlisted in the Israeli Defense Force early in her life, becoming the first female Elite Commando instructor and subsequently transitioned into a special-forces unit, combating terrorism and violent crimes. Leah is also a coach, speaker and co-founder of No Finish Line Living, which provides customizable keynotes and retreats dedicated to moving others into a healthy, purposeful life, and has also published her memoir, No Limits.In this episode, Leah reveals:The mindset of a world champion, the formula for excellence and how to break away from stereotypical belief systems that may be percolating around us and limiting usA powerful method for bouncing back from our biggest adversities, and building ourselves from the ground up, against all oddsHow to honor the gift of life and use every moment to live with inspiration, discipline and commitment to our purposeThe joy of giving, and how it activates the best in ourselves and others around us, in life and in leadership

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #389 and Like a Hood Ornament #46: Rocketeer Minifigure Sculpt-along

The Thirteenth Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023


The Shintaro Higashi Show
Best Training Format

The Shintaro Higashi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 32:28


Traditionally, Judo classes have been quite simple: warm-up, uchi-komi then randori. But recently, we see many different class formats thanks to the influence from other sports such as BJJ, Taekwondo, boxing and even ballet! So what is the best training format to run your Judo class? In this episode, Shintaro and Peter discuss how Shintaro likes to structure his class and training at his dojo KBI. Join our Discord server and start chatting with us and other grapplers by supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/shintaro_higashi_show. Any amount helps!

Rise to the Challenge Podcast
Melanie Gibson talks: Taekwondo, Mental Health/Anxiety/Depression, Author, Podcast Host, and More

Rise to the Challenge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 46:20


Melanie Gibson joins Alex Burket on the Rise to the Challenge Podcast. Melanie is ready to share about her struggles through depression, anxiety, mental health and more. Melanie has the love for martial arts especially with Taekwondo. We talk about her journey as an author and writing her book. Melanie shares her love for movies and entertainment with her podcast. We talk about so much more on the Rise to the Challenge Podcast.  Check out the links below to learn more about Melanie Gibson: - https://www.amazon.com/Kicking-Screaming-Memoir-Madness-Martial/dp/1647420288/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1605974976&sr=8-1 - https://www.instagram.com/melaniegibsonauthor/ - https://www.facebook.com/melaniegibsonauthor - https://littleblackbelt.com/

Tul World
Ep. 180 - Do This Important Step for Circular Block

Tul World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 8:42


Do This Important Step for Circular Block Upcoming event! Tul 2 (Covering through Chon-Ji to Won-Hyo). Register for our upcoming in-person & virtual seminar @ tulworld.com/events Check out our new Tul World website @ tulworld.com Tul World+ is an ever growing online platform designed to supplement your Taekwon-Do training with video explanations and references to the Encyclopedia. Support Tul World @ https://tulworld.com/info-tulworldplus Join the Tul World mailing list to receive exclusive deals and news: http://eepurl.com/hWFOs1 Scheduled a free in-person Taekwon-Do trial class at https://www.juestkd.com/more-info Add us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juestaekwondo/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tul-world/message

Conversations Between Widows
Episode 83: Grief and Taekwondo .. CBW 's interview with Alex Freeman

Conversations Between Widows

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 69:30


The co-hosts had a conversation with widower Alex Freeman . Alex discussed his journey as a widower and how he found his love in Taekwondo . Karate has helped Alex through the grief of loosing the love of his life, Alicia. Of course, the topic of dating came up and how it's going from an widower's perspective.  Must hear episode. 

Thoughty Auti - The Autism & Mental Health Podcast