Takeaways from the San Francisco 49ers 28-21 preseason win over the Green Bay Packers. Trey Lance's performance, standout rookies and game balls from Game 1 of the exhibition season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tune-in as Rob 'Hardy' Poole, Paul Perillo, Mike Dussault and Fred Kirsch offer their takeaways from the 21-23 preseason loss to the New York Giants. Plus, wide receiver Tre Nixon calls in to discuss his performance during the game.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rob "Stats" Guerrera and RJ Ochoa react to the Washington Commanders doing another dumb thing, and to the first two games of the preseason on Thursday night. Why can't the Commanders do anything right? (4:32) Is there any value to the Patriots using two offensive play-callers? (19:28) Will Mac Jones benefit from having two people calling plays? (23:10) Should the Giants just start Tyrod Taylor this year (29:46) Why don't the Titans move on to Malik Willis? (33:30) The Lions gave Matthew Stafford's jersey number to another player (39:28) Is it ever okay to use a hologram of a dead person? (46:26) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Canadian Tennis Journalist and host of Match Point Canada Podcast Mike McIntyre joined OverDrive to chat about the disappointing loss for Felix Auger-Aliassime, the takeaways from Bianca Andreescu's National Bank Open, early exits for Shapovolov/Fernandez, the announcement of Serena Williams retirement and her impact on young tennis players wanting to be like her one day.
HOUR 2: Fauria and Andy Hart react to Dante Scarnecchia's 7 takeaways from the Patriots preseason opener. The return of Patriots football means the return of Steve Burton's halftime interviews with Bill Belichick.
The New York Giants pulled off a 23-21 preseason win over the New England Patriots Thursday evening. Here are a few takeaways and updates from that game. Takeaways from New York Giants 23-21 Preseason Win vs. Patriots https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVmzf-nD8oaTBShrW_zTeXA Find and follow the LockedOn Giants podcast on your favorite podcast platforms:
The "2022 Position Unit Preview Series" begins as Chris talks Gamecocks signal callers including how they fared a season ago, a full breakdown of the quarterbacks, most to prove, best overall, season will be successful if, overall grade and more. Plus, Chris talks Episode 1 of South Carolina football's new mini documentary and what stood out most from the show. Finally, Chris gives his brief thoughts on the decommitment and flip of 2023 4 star LB Jaden Robinson and why fans shouldn't hit the panic button in regards to recruiting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was created in 1943 during World War II, as many of the male athletes were fighting abroad. Until it ended in 1954, the league provided women with an opportunity to play a professional sport for a decent salary. The league was the inspiration for the 1992 film A League of Their Own, and now it's getting a reboot as a new television series, also called A League of Their Own. We speak with historian Kat Williams, professor of women's history at Marshall University and the president of the International Women's Baseball Center, about the women who inspired A League of Their Own and legacy of the AAGPBL. Then we hear from 95-year-old Maybelle Blair, a former player in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League about her life, career, and working as a consultant on the new TV series.
Hour 4 - Gresh and Keefe discussed Bill Belichick's postgame press conference after last night's Patriots preseason loss to the Giants. Will Flemming, radio play-by-play broadcaster for the Boston Red Sox, joined the guys to discuss the state of the Red Sox as they prepare for a weekend series with the New York Yankees. Finally, it's You Got Somethin'?.
Nearly six months into Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine, the repercussions of the war are being felt across the globe, with disrupted supply chains, weakened economies, and shifted geopolitical relationships. And then there's the human toll.The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has recorded 5,400 Ukrainian civilian deaths since the start of the war. Intense fighting has made reporting difficult, though, and the agency believes that the true numbers are much higher. And while more than 3.5 million people have fled the country and applied for temporary residence in another country, an even larger number of Ukranians have remained in Ukraine. An estimated 7 million people are displaced from their homes within the country, spending months in shelters, gymnasiums and schools that are ill-equipped to handle the winter on the way. We speak with Nataliya Gumenyuk, Ukrainian journalist and founder of the Public Interest Journalism Lab, with updates on the ground from Kyiv, Ukraine. And we hear from Ann Lee, the CEO of Community Organized Relief Effort — CORE — a nonprofit humanitarian organization working in across Ukraine, about the conditions refugees and internally displaced people in Ukraine are facing.
Columbus Dispatch Ohio State men's basketball beat reporter Adam Jardy provides takeaways from the Bahamas exhibition trip on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Basketball podcast. Next, we break down how the Buckeyes landed a commitment from five-star forward Scotty Middleton and give our projections on what the starting lineup will be for this upcoming season.
(0:00) Hardy and Tim McKone open up the final hour of the show continuing to take calls to convince Tim that sports movies aren't all that bad. (10:14) The guys take a break from the movie talk and head over to their Patriots conversations from earlier to discuss the wide receiver core the offense is working with. (24:45) We close out the segment with a little game of “Do You Care” with all the topics we were unable to touch upon today. (37:01) Today's Takeaways
Tiki and Tierney break down the Giants coming out of their first preseason game against the Patriots. The guys wonder what Kenny Golladay's place is on this team considering the depth at wide receiver, while Tiki has his eye on a potential breakout player in the secondary.
Are the Cincinnati Bearcats being overlooked this season? Are teams like Arkansas overlooking them because they lost nine players to the NFL Draft from last year's team? Alex explains that overlooking the Cincinnati Bearcats is the exact thing you don't want to do. Once the fuel is added to the Cincinnati Bearcats fire, the engine is revved up and cannot be stopped. Dan Hoard recently did an interview with quarterbacks Ben Bryant and Evan Prater. Alex explains how he took away Prater's maturity is way beyond his years and that he is worthy of being this team's starting quarterback. Find Locked On Bearcats on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-bearcats-daily-podcast-on-cincinnati-bearcats/id1600132108 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/50LUo2h1xoJFIWBv6KrUJS?si=db84b6a4edc142f8 Stitcher: https://listen.stitcher.com/yvap/?af_dp=stitcher://show/671454&af_web_dp=https://www.stitcher.com/show/671454 Alex Frank uses his experiences and connections from his days as Sports Director of the University of Cincinnati's Bearcast Media into Locked On Bearcats. With an innate feel and passion for Bearcats football, men's basketball and UC Athletics as a whole, Alex provides the latest news, analysis, film reviews and insight to your favorite team and alma mater every day on Locked On Bearcats. And follow Alex Frank on Twitter @frankie_nnati. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For this episode, I provide my takeaways from an incredibly small group retreat last weekend with Denis Waitley, Kyle Wilson, and several inspirational industry leaders. I also tie the lessons from the Master Key System Part 24, the final section of this amazing book. Highlights Who are the people Gary met during the summit last weekend? Who Denis Waitley is The four cornerstones to developing good habits How long will it take to change a habit? Gary's takeaway from the last chapter of the Master Key System If you want to be a wealthy, abundantly- minded successful individual, what do you need to do? The quickest way to secure results How Edwin Barnes earned his success What are the six methods to transmute your desire for riches into its financial equivalent? Links and Resources from this Episode The Psychology of Winning Success Habits of Super Achievers Think and Grow Rich Connect with Gary Pinkerton https://www.paradigmlife.net/ email@example.com https://garypinkerton.com/
Dan Bernstein was joined by Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel for the daily transition segment, where they shared their takeaways from the Cubs' 4-2 win against the Reds on Thursday evening at the Field of Dreams in Dyersville, Iowa.
Experts say one of the important components of play is engaging in an activity solely for the joy of doing so, and we have been talking about the immeasurable value of play on The Takeaway. Of course, play means different things to different people. Some of us choose physical activities while others seek a more restful version of play. Some play with friends or family, and some find ways to play on their own. We asked the team at The Takeaway to share moments of play in their lives.
Hour 4 Dante Scarnecchia gives us his takeaways from the Pats first preseason game The Red Sox are a weekend sweep of the Yankees away from being right back in it! Do you agree with Sam Kennedy that anything can happen or is this season a lost cause?
Alex and Anthony dive into the main takeaways from the New York Giants Pre-season game against the Patriots. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep. #537: Patriots Beat Podcast 98.5's Alex Barth and Pats Pulpit's Ryan Spagnoli discuss their main takeaways from Thursday's Patriots Preseason opener vs. the Giants. Patriots Beat is powered by BetOnline. Visit BetOnline.Ag & use promo code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! You can also listen and Subscribe to the Patriots Beat Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and at CLNSMedia.com as every Tuesday and Thursday as 98.5 The Sports Hub writer and former CLNS Media colleague Alex Barth talks everything Pats! READ all of Alex's Work HERE: 985thesportshub.com/category/columns/alex-barth
Von Miller is becoming more and more outspoken regarding the possibility of the Buffalo Bills adding wide receiver Odell Beckham. Should they? On today's episode, Joe Marino shares his thoughts on the possibility and shares his top takeaways on from attending training camp practice on August 11th. From a rough day for Josh Allen, more fights, thoughts on Gregory Rousseau and Kaiir Elam, Marino has takes on it all! Joe Marino's debut book, Go Bills!, is now available for pre-order at BuffaloBillsBook.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode Description In this episode of the Miles to Memories podcast Han from Chicago joins Shawn & Mark to discuss his recent epic trip to the Maldives & Southeast Asia which included international first. business & even economy class, fancy hotels & a lot more along the way. We'll dive into redemptions, product reviews & discuss why you should definitely plan a trip to Asia. Episode Notes 03:49 Planning Han's whirlwind international trip 08:26 Maldives redemptions & terrible airport 10:18 Flying Etihad economy & Abu Dhabi First Class Lounge 14:14 Qatar award including A380 & leased Cathay 777 16:51 Maldives regrets & overwater bungalow experience 19:22 Southeast Asia mall culture 23:35 KL Batu Cave, monkeys & Petronas Towers 27:40 FHR in Southeast Asia - Mandarin KL & Conrad Singapore 29:55 Singapore Hawker Centers 37:39 Big trips in the age of Covid & what to consider 38:55 Upgrading Swiss business award & first class experience 43:45 Han's favorite international First Class products 49:09 Takeaways from this epic trip 54:44 Why you should travel to Asia Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Sticher, Spotify, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, or via RSS. Don't see your favorite podcast platform? Please let us know! Music: Rewind by Jay Someday | https://soundcloud.com/jaysomeday Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
Sometimes "open space" might not seem like that big of a deal, but what it does for our minds and hearts REALLY matters! Join us for some encouragement and community inspiration to create and ENJOY the open space that getting organized enables us to have! For Show Notes, please visit https://LearnDoBecome.com/Episode150 Here are a few next steps, if you're ready! Download your free PDF called Escaping the Groundhog Day To-Do List. It's only 3 pages long, but it will show you the “how” when it comes to implementing what we covered in today's post/podcast. We sent it to our current newsletter recipients on August 2nd, but if you didn't get it, click here to sign up! Ready to become a STEPper and build your full Command Central? Our STEP Mastery members have a special bonus class this month–all about time blocking. If you join by August 23rd, you can participate in the live event! Or join by the end of August to get the recording. Recordings of special events can be purchased for $50 on their own, or you can become a STEP Mastery member and become grandfathered in to all future STEP Mastery Member events! Four Weeks to Finished starts September 1st! Would you like to get out of the overwhelm with a solid Command Central–built in one month with lots of coaching, support, and community along the way? Our special group coaching program is only offered a few times a year, and we would love for you to sign up! Click here to get on the waitlist!
In the third and final hour of today's show Andy & Randy hit the headlines during the Big Clip of the Day before they were joined by 92.9 The Game Falcons Reporter Joe Patrick. The guys then wrapped up the show with the AMA and their Take Aways of the Day.
(0:00) Hardy and Ted Johnson open up the final hour of the show circling back on their conversations from earlier on what they are expecting in tonight's preseason matchup between the Patriots and the Giants. (10:47) The guys go back to the Tom Brady talk and what they believe he is taking the time off for during the preseason. (25:10) We wrap up the segment with the guys favorite game at the end of the show, “Do You Car” discussing if they care about the topics they were unable to cover throughout the day. (37:46) Today's Takeaways
Tune-in as Rob 'Hardy' Poole, Paul Perillo, Mike Dussault and Tamara Brown preview the Patriots preseason opener against the Giants. We discuss all the late breaking news, James White's retirement, what we saw during warmups and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this instant reaction podcast to fall camp practice No. 6, InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia share some of their takeaways from a full pad practice. Miami coach Mario Cristobal allowed the media to watch UM's entire sixth practice of camp and there was plenty of observations and takeaways from the session. Enjoy the podcast. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Could there be infinite versions of us, spinning off into their own universes from every choice we make? Is all of time happening all at once? Do we have free will? "When we try to answer such big questions about our existence, we basically have three options. That's religion, philosophy and physics," Dr. Sabine Hossenfelder told The Takeaway. "And of those three, I think physics has made the biggest progress in the past century." Sabine Hossenfelder, a physicist at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies in Germany, has made it her mission to make physics engaging to the public. She's the creator of the YouTube show, "Science without the Gobbledygook," and her newest book is "Existential Physics: A Scientist's Guide to Life's Biggest Questions." She plumbs the depths — and limitations — of the best knowledge physicists currently have about our universe, where it overlaps with some of our biggest spiritual and existential questions, and the possibilities they present.
Thanks to today's podcast sponsor, SimpleNexus, the homeownership platform that unites the people, systems, and stages of the mortgage process into one seamless, end-to-end solution that spans engagement, origination, closing, and business intelligence. To learn more about SimpleNexus, an nCino company, visit simplenexus.com.
Takeaways is a weekly bonus episode where Jacob sits down and discusses his takeaways from the week's interview. Today he discusses his third interview with Hayden Cashion.FOLLOW HAYDENTikTok - @HaydenCashionInstagram - @Hayden.CashionModern Marketing - @ModernMarketingFOLLOW JACOBhttps://www.jacobkelly.ca/TikTok - @TheJacobKellyInstagram - @TheJacobKellyFOLLOW MY SOCIAL LIFEJoin the Discord: https://discord.gg/dYwXnJsdYouTube - My Social Lifehttps://mysociallifepodcast.comFOLLOW SURF https://www.joinsurf.com/ Instagram - @joinsurf
The human mind is awe-inspiring. Its complex, yet coordinated, web of 86 billion neurons all fire together to help us breath, talk, walk, and experience everyday life. But the mind is also vulnerable. It takes only a few microscopic molecules out of place to completely disrupt our personalities, shift our perception of reality, and dramatically alter our ability to think and reason. We spoke with Sara Manning Peskin, assistant professor of clinical neurology at the University of Pennsylvania, about her book "A Molecule Away from Madness: The Hijacked Brain." She shares the discoveries and diagnoses that have significantly advanced neuroscience while also illustrating the human component behind the mind's diseases that affect us all.
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Do you use slides in your presentations? If so, do you use them in a way that helps your listeners immediately understand their meaning and how it supports your talk, or do they confuse your audience or otherwise distract from your talk? In this episode, you're going to hear a few ideas that will make your next presentation more engaging and professional. Takeaways - How reading your slides kills your engagement - When you should turn the lights down - When to use black slides
Reid, Blayne, & Ashley are joined by top Patreon member Ari Hillman to review Round 20 and preview the player options for the Round 22 of the 2022 MLS Fantasy season. Quick Jumps Team Results - 2:11 Blayne's Take on Forwards - 7:05 General Round 21 Takeaways - 11:56 Housekeeping & Mega Reference - 15:52 Round 22 Player Targets - 24:13
I'm this episode, Associate Pastor T.J. Tyus takes us through the successful life of John The Baptist. He teaches us how to confidently walk in the wilderness with strong faith, trust, and belief in God. Be prepared to see the best solution despite any trial that enters your life. “Going to the next level requires you to be obsessed.” 12:20 - Luke 1:14-16. God decided you were going to win before you were born. Before you were formed in you mothers womb, God had great and prosperous plans for your life. It's up to us to overcome the oppositions that life deals you. 14:47 - “You can't fail doing things according to God's will.” God's word and promises will never return void to him. Walk in alignment with God to receive what he has in store for you. 15:20 - “If your doubting your gift, you're doubting the God who gave it to you.” Don't allow the enemy to rob your faith! Put on the whole armor of God while using his word to combat faith attacks in your life. 16:50 - Thrive in Darkness. Luke 1:77-80. Your character grows walking to the path of peace in darkness. Faith, trust, and belief in God matures in situations where you're fully dependent upon him. 24:56 - Remain Balanced. Matthew 11:2-6. “You will be blessed if you don't stumble or get offended by the trials God allows in your life.” Continuously build your faith to see God's solutions when trials arrive. Outcomes of walking in darkness Being able to minister to others. Grow your character. Build belief, trust and faith. Takeaways - Your habits determine your outcome. John the Baptist was obsessed before he was born. John learned how to overcome his challenges while walking in the wilderness with God. Don't let circumstances build doubt or fear inside of you. Confess your thoughts and feelings to God so that he can help with your unbelief. When Jesus gives you confirmation that he's present in your life, do not doubt it! Isaiah 55:8-9 His plans aren't our plans. We must decide to trust God without questioning him during trials we don't yet understand. To learn more and to support A Place of Change Ministry please visit us @www.apocministry.org.
The Dallas Cowboys are on the precipice of their first preseason game of the year, but what takeaways do we have from training camp so far? Check out the latest episode of Ryled Up as special guest Jeff Cavanaugh joins Roy White and Tom Ryle to discuss! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
At the end of July, the Ford Foundation and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation announced a new cohort of Disability Futures Fellows. The fellows are supported by a grant designed to spotlight a group of visual and performing artists and writers who live with disabilities. We spoke with one of the new fellows, Naomi Ortiz, who is a poet, writer, and visual artist whose intersectional work focuses on self-care for activists, disability justice, climate action, and relationship with place. They are also the author of the book, "Sustaining Spirit: Self-Care for Social Justice" and the forthcoming book, "Rituals for Climate Change: A Crip Struggle for Ecojustice."
Last Tuesday, voters in Kansas rejected a proposal to amend the state's constitution to say there is no right to abortion. Kansas is one of the most solidly Republican states in the union, having chosen the Republican candidate in all but one presidential election since 1940. But data from the Kansas Secretary of State's office shows that more people voted in the abortion referendum than in any primary election in state history, and the margin of victory was substantial: 59% voted against amending the constitution to ban abortion. For many, the outcome was surprising. But those who know Kansas more intimately understand that the roots of this outcome are deeply ingrained in the history and politics of the state. The Takeaway spoke with Thomas Frank, author of the 2004 book “What's the Matter with Kansas?” about how the state's political history is reflected in this outcome. The Takeaway also was joined by Representative Stephanie Clayton, House Minority Whip in the Kansas's State Legislature. Clayton discussed how a more conservative leaning framework for the state's ballot measure on abortion rights ended up being a winning strategy for Democrats and moderate Republicans in the state.
The Oregon Ducks have seen a position group deal with some early fall camp injuries, which has allowed younger players a chance at making an impression on the coaching staff. Plus, what are the early big impressions and takeaways from fall camp? DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack discuss it all on the latest edition of the Autzen Audibles Podcast. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up the final hour of the show joining in on the press conference for David Krejci returning to Boston. (15:13) The crew discusses the return of David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron along with the odd similarities in their press conferences. (25:11) The guys make more observations at Patriots training camp and discuss how David Andrews is trying to energize the offense by starting fights. (35:58) Today's takeaways
There are a record number of abortion measures on the ballot for the November midterm elections. Voters in Vermont, California, Kentucky and Montana will decide on respective abortion measures in their states. A proposed Constitutional amendment in Kentucky would amend the state constitution to explicitly ban the right to abortion. Proposals in Vermont, California, and likely in Michigan, would have the opposite effect, enshrining abortion rights in their state constitutions. And a ballot measure in Montana would establish personhood for infants born alive after attempted abortions. We speak with Vox politics reporter, Nicole Narea, for more on the various measures.
(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up the final hour of the show with their reviews on the new episode of Hard Knocks. (11:16) The guys continue their reviews on the first episode of the new Hard Knocks season and what their favorite part was. (21:34) We cut to one of our favorite segments, “Do You Care,” discussing if we care enough to talk about the topics that did not get touched upon throughout the show. (32:49) Today's Takeaways
A couple weeks I had this opportunity to be around amazing and inspiring women at a business conference call Impact 2.0.I came home fired up and ready to make a difference with the one wild and precious life I have. It really hit me that I have a special mission that only I can accomplish. My mission is to help women elevate their lives through food, movement, and mind.I can only do this when I follow my dreams, and when my dreams are accomplished everyone benefits.I share a few of the takeaways, and I suggest choosing one and start moving forward with your dream. You have the opportunity to touch lives in your own unique and special way. Jody Moore has been my mentor and I am so grateful she is following her dreams because she has made such an impact in my life. I interviewed her awhile back on my podcast Episode #36 - One Step at a Time. Take a listen! You will love her outlook on life!