The "Pull Up" Podcast with CHILLW!LL - Episode 15 - BEAU TALLEYWatch and Subscribe!Stream on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and everywhere podcasts can be heard!Even bigger help, rate our podcast and leave a review! We really appreciate all the feedback!Want to say something? Want to be heard? Got something to tell one of our hosts or guests? Leave a voice message on our Anchor!Anchor: https://anchor.fm/pullupwithchillwillStream and Subscribe Here: https://pullupwithchillwill.buzzsprout.comFollow us on all socials:Beau Talley:@thebeautalleyshow The “Pull Up” Podcast with CHILLW!LL:@thepullupwithchillwillW!LL: @yothatswillTLee: @chill3Tedra:@iamtedraSupport the show
Princella Talley | People First to Save Earth: Communicating Beyond Echo Chambers | 2022 Inclusion Conference At the root of our identities is an irrefutable connection to Earth, but climate change continues to shift, and altogether erase, human identities on a global scale. Exclusionary and elitist messaging also keeps driving underrepresented identities away from the climate movement – the same voices that experience the worst climate impacts while contributing least to the climate crisis. In this session, Princella Talley explores the art and nuances of impactful communication as our social and personal identities are being altered by climate change. Princella provides creative strategies and insights for more effective and inclusive climate communication. The OpEd Project: https://www.theopedproject.org/ Twitter: @princella.talley Slide deck: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1LZ0W5rvj6Tbw6BX7rceOL_bJwAtxHUQK-A5J2XA7NS0/edit?usp=sharing
DeRon Talley knows a thing or two about being thrown significant curve balls in life. After college graduation, he had his plans in place and was ready to make his mark on the world. Yet through a series of curve balls and some unwise decisions, DeRon found himself at a literal crossroad and would have to decide if he would lay down his pride in order to walk upon the path of light and love. Come join us for this truly amazing story of how to trust God even when you can't trace Him in the moment. Below are some of our favorite takeaways from today's show: ️ What we view as a curve ball in our plans can actually be God's way of moving us in a new direction. ️ Worshipping God in an unfamiliar place helps us to know that God is still with us wherever we go. No matter where we are mentally, emotionally, or spiritually He is there. ️ Even when we can't trace God, we can still trust Him. God will be faithful to show us remnants of hope and light. ️ God's hand, coupled with the prayers of others, can provide protection over us, even while making bad decisions. However, it honors Him when we realize His love for us and return to His path of light. ️ God is never lost and He is with us through every valley. When we lay down our pride/ego and allow Him to pave our way, it's then that we can find our purpose. About Our Guest: DeRon was born and raised in Folsom, Louisiana, and is a 2019 graduate of the Louisiana State University-Shreveport University (LSU-Shreveport) with a Master of Business Administration - Marketing, and a 2012 graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications, where he ran track for two years. DeRon is the owner of Key Marketing Solutions, and he is also a pastor and podcaster. He is married to Patience Talley and they have both a daughter and a son.
Happy #talktuesday! Today @theeamateurexpert is going LIVE with Desireé L. Talley, Esq. (@desiree_talley) the host of @poplawpodcast! Desireé is an attorney and creative storyteller that meshes street & book smarts to influence culture through law. We will be discussing her career path, her ideas of success and the tips & motivators she used along the way. Guest bio: Desireé is an attorney and creative storyteller that meshes street & book smarts to influence culture through law. Hailing from Vallejo, CA, she prides herself on her direct and relatable delivery by educating audiences in both legal and media industries. Before launching Talley Law Group, a boutique entertainment law firm, Desireé held legal roles at Viacom Media Networks, ASCAP, Pandora Media, and Turner Entertainment Networks. She has been awarded for her work representing creatives and honored as Top 40 Under 40 Attorneys. Desiree's currently launching her Podcast, POPLAW with REVOLT, which will highlight the latest in courtroom drama, contract disputes and infringement claims between celebrities, laypeople and major corporations. Audio Engineer: b_cuz Originally recorded September 13, 2022 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theeamateurexpert/support
On this episode, artistic director of the London theatre The Cockpit discusses Burning Coal's upcoming London production of TALLEY'S FOLLY. Time Stamps: Introduction, 0:00 What is the cockpit? 0:56 What's the community? 2:04 When did Dave join the cockpit? 4:20 Cockpit's building history: 4:40 Dave's Childhood 5:55 Dave's intro to theatre 12:20 Young people and theatergoing today 18:12 About New York voices: 22:37 How does Talley's Folley fit at cock pit? 24:40 Outro 29:29
On this episode Sleazy sits down with Mr. PBS, Robzilla and special guest Brandon Talley! To open the show up, Mr. Talley gives a speech about his journey and fight with Kidney disease to raise awareness. Next up, Sleazy & the gang chat with Mr. Talley about growing up in the city and his connection to Schiller Park and the impact he's had on the south side of Columbus, OH. Moving on the gang reviews the debut of the Lord of the Rings: The Rings of power (spoiler Free) & House of the Dragon. To close the show out, Sleazy gives a spoiler free review of The Black Phone starring Ethan Hawke. *** For any help anyone can provide for Brandon, please contact email@example.com. You can also donate through PayPal to help Brandon with expenses via the email provided. For other Kidney concerns please contact 614 293-6724. *** --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sleazypodcast/support
Happy (almost) game day again Spartan Nation! For this final thoughts episode we look at why MSU is such heavy favorites against Akron and what strengths the Spartans have against the Zips weaknesses. And also, what could make this game spicy for MSU? We then get to the fun news of Ken Talley committing to MSU after transferring from Penn State just weeks before opening week. Is he eligible immediately, and does it even matter? Then we get to the MSU basketball schedule that dropped on Thursday and go through the notes that will make this an interesting season for the Spartans. 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! Upside Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
According to recent news and research reports, 62% of millennial bachelor's degree graduates were working in a job that does not require a college degree. And only 47% of these graduates said their bachelor's degree was "very useful" in preparing them for a job career, as recorded by Pew Research Center. Sadly the average first-year job earnings for these individuals are between $36k-$42K a year. What if we told you there was a way to change these stats and income numbers? What if you could find an opportunity that allowed you to turn these traditional poor performance results upside down? Our guests this week did just that. In this episode, Roger and Chris sit down with Millennial entrepreneurs, Mike Kwarteng and Jalon Talley of True Wealth Financial and discuss their success in Life Insurance Sales.
In Today's episode, we had the pleasure of sitting down with an Absolute Geezuits, a Godly being, Sam Talley. Sam is a registered nurse, mother of two, wife, and yogi in yoga, a beautiful manifestation of a Godly expression. We discussed what life was like for Sam growing up in small town, USA and how she developed into the Strong, Loving, Beautiful being she is now. We touched on topics of healthcare and the insurance scam system, along with what life is like being a wonderful, loving, nurturing mother, wife, and individual person at the same time. This conversation with Sam was, for me personally, euphoric. Euphoric in the sense that I would often find this mind creating judging thoughts towards her presentation of self via Instagram, and I would work with it a lot. Selfishly she is like my personal karmic work if you want to look at it as such. This conversation introduced me to who SHE is as a person, not a profile, and completely broke the mind of the internal judge as to whom he assumes himself to be. I truly perceive Sam as a Soul-Sister, where we have done this dance before many times. I could speak enough on how appreciative I am towards her for being open to coming on the cast and conversing and, whether she's consciously aware of it or not, assisting me in growth outside the judge. Download it. Listen to it. Enjoy it. Thank You's.
Each vintage is a unique blend from our estate vineyards, truly representing the signature style of Talley Vineyards. With their varying microclimates and soils, each of our estate vineyards has a slightly different story to tell.Each vintage is a unique blend from our estate vineyards, truly representing the signature style of Talley Vineyards. With their varying microclimates and soils, each of our estate vineyards has a slightly different story to tell.
The Jokes On You girls are coming to you with LITCHRATURE. That's right, we can actually read, and this week we're talking about our favorite books. From steamy book cartels to Michael Ealy and his rabies making another appearance, the girls discuss it all. Talley is 100 years old, Mel discovers she has ADHD, AND WHY DID THEY TAKE SO MUCH OF THE GAY OUT OF COLOR PURPLE???
The Jokes On You girls are giving you ✨chaos✨. We've done this episode with absolutely no topic or direction, but we promise you gone laugh your a** off. From faucet m*sturbation to nights at Top Flite, the girls tell it all. Mel was down bad at the Feminist Women's Health Center, and honestly, Talley was too and WHY DO BRAIDERS' BABY DADDIES NEVER ACT RIGHT???
PennLive's Dustin Hockensmith looks at a busy Monday in Penn State football with news of a freshman transfer and another poll that has the Lions unranked. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Penn State football is now through two weeks of training camp, and players are starting to generate real buzz heading into the beginning of the 2022 season. The good news for Penn State fans is that the five-star freshmen, quarterback Drew Allar, running back Nick Singleton, and defensive end Dani-Dennis-Sutton are among that group. Penn State insider Nate Bauer joins host Thomas Frank Carr to discuss which players have gotten the staff's attention. They start the show with quarterback Drew Allar. Bauer tells T-Frank what information he's gathered from his sources about the young signal caller and how he's performed after a summer studying the playbook. T-Frank and Bauer then call back to the spring where Allar was behind the group to illustrate this significant change. Next, they continue the conversation from last week about cornerback Johnny Dixon. The former South Carolina transfer has continued to take steps forward. How does that change the topography of the cornerback room? Bauer and T-Frank discuss the wealth of talent at cornerback and how that can help Penn State. The last group of players they discuss is the freshmen running backs. Just how good have Nick Singleton and Kaytron Allen been? Bauer gathers what he knows and presents it to the audience. T-Frank then shifts gears to discuss the news from the weekend that former four-star running back Caziah Holmes is no longer on the roster for Penn State football. T-Frank points to a critical date that probably crystallized the picture for the Nittany Lions. Finally, Bauer gives his thoughts on the situation. The last piece of news the duo discusses on the show is the breaking development this morning where three-star defensive end Ken Talley entered his name into the transfer portal after just two weeks on campus. While there isn't much known about the situation, Bauer and T-Frank detail the rocky road that got Talley on campus this summer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Expanding our outreach to include people from a variety of constituencies can strengthen our organization and improve our effectiveness as advocates. This month, we talk with Bob Inglis and Princella Talley about how they communicate with diverse audiences about climate change. Bob is a former Republican Congressman from South Carolina, and is now the Executive Director of republicEn, an organization empowering conservatives to advocate for market-based solutions to climate change. Princella is a Fellow at Large with the OpEd Project whose writing has been featured in numerous publications throughout the country. She previously worked for Citizens' Climate Education as a Development Coordinator and Diversity Outreach Coordinator. Skip ahead to the following section(s): (0:00) Celebrations & Opening (1:36) Bob Inglis & Princella Talley with Q&A (23:20) Legislative Update (29:51) August Actions & Updates (34:32) Climate Donors (36:45) Remembering Our Roots August Pre-Call video: https://vimeo.com/739086712 RepublicEn: https://republicen.org/ The Op-Ed Project: https://www.theopedproject.org/ Thank your Democrat Member of Congress: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/get-... Senator Hickenlooper Thanks CCL: https://vimeo.com/738999227/c30dd7aa29 Help support our work: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/donate/ CCL's Inflation Reduction Act Watch Party: https://community.citizensclimate.org... Pam Saunders Toast: https://vimeo.com/738725915/84952e5106 CCL's Jim Probst Story: https://vimeo.com/737636838 August Action Sheet: https://cclusa.org/actionsheet
Do you ever have the impression that nobody around you is genuinely interested in your dreams? Are you surrounded by people who have all but forgotten what it is to dream? If yes, join Jordan Talley as he embraced being a dreamer and set out on a quest to inspire people to dream once more in spite of those around them. ------- Is getting ahead of the game no longer challenging enough for you? It's time to change the rules of the game! Come join us in the Outlier's Edge Masterclass to experience high-flame, high-impact, and high-transformation live coaching session: http://outliersedge.com/masterclass
This week we are joined by Tess Talley to talk about hunting in Africa, promoting Hunting to young girls to get them interested in our sport and Bullying not only by Anti-Hunters and PETA but by fellow hunters. Tess discusses the infamous Giraffe Hunt that got the attacks so bad that even Hollywood Celebrities publicly wished her harm. She also discusses the benifits to local tribes that these hunts can provide. To follow Tess Talley:https://www.facebook.com/TESSTALLEYOFFICIALhttps://www.tesstalley.com/Join our Face Group Page just for our Podcast Listeners:https://www.facebook.com/groups/448812356525413To learn more about American Roots Outdoors:https://americanrootsoutdoors.com/https://www.facebook.com/AmericanRootsOutdoors/To follow Alex Rutledge:https://www.facebook.com/americanrootsalex/To follow Wayne Lach:https://www.facebook.com/wayne.lach.5To follow Mike Crase:https://www.facebook.com/mike.crase
In October of 2017, Brooke unexpectedly and unwillingly stepped into life as a young widow and single mom. Her life was never the same but, Brooke shares with us that God gets the victory every time when we are in the middle of our brokenness. God transforms the broken things.What he wants to do is make us more whole and complete. Brooke shares how stepping out and taking a chance on going to seminary completely gave her so much comfort for her broken heart. Radical Obedience yields radical faith. - Brooke TalleyShe also shares how certain life events can cause us to hold a grudge or blame God for what has happened to us. When in reality we have to understand not everything is authored by Him and that pushes us into a place of radical obedience as we walk through this life.Thankful for Brooke's story, reminding me that there are so many widows and single moms a part of our community and churches. How can we continue to love and support them and help them feel seen?Reflection QuestionsSome of the things in our life may not be authored by our Father Are you holding on to a grudge or choosing to blame God for things that were never authored by Him?Read the 23 Psalm and what takeaways is God revealing to you today?Connect with BrookeInstagram Songs in the Night | Instagram Nothing is Wasted | Coaching with Brooke
**This is episode 2 of 2. If you haven't listened to episode 1 yet, we encourage you to do so or you'll be really lost** In part 2, the monster is finally revealed. He is a vile human being who has apparently never known the meaning of consent. He spent his life hurting women and girls, but it takes two law enforcement agencies working in tandem to expose him for the monster that he is. We are happy to say that this case has resolution, however, the families will never get their loved ones back and children were left without mothers. During this episode we also go into the rape kit backlog, CODIS, and how all of these channels have to work together to assist in solving crimes. To donate funds to end the backlog, visit: http://endthebacklog.org. Keep fighting the good fight. If you would like to submit a story to us to cover, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or slide into our DM's on Instagram @ur_doing_fine_ok_pod or Facebook: "You're Doing Fine Oklahoma: A True Crime Podcast". Thanks for listening.
The brutal murders of two women in neighboring towns in 1987 could not have been more similar... So why were police inclined to believe that they could not be connected? Was it poor evidence collection, a mistake at the time of crime scene processing, or just bad luck using 1987 technology? Jo Talley Cooper and Debra Stevens were both beautiful, vibrant women and mothers whose lives were cut far too short. Their murders would go unsolved for too long and cause their loved ones to wonder "What the hell happened?" Join us as we walk through the details of the crime and how these cases went cold until new DNA technology helped to break the case. This is episode 1 of 2. If you have an interesting case from your hometown or an unsolved crime that you would like us to cover, please contact us at: email@example.com Or you can always slide into our DM's on Instagram @ur_doing_fine_ok_pod or on Facebook at: You're Doing Fine Oklahoma: A True Crime Podcast
Great show today as former WVU football and Buffalo Bills great Darryl Talley joins the guys while Mingo Central High football coach Chase Moore discusses his squad on the Scoop & Score segment. And finally, former WVU basketball and TBT's Best Virginia John Flowers talks hoops and their upcoming game on Sunday at the Charleston Coliseum. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blrshow/support
When tragedy happened, our guest Hope Tally - wife, mother, and Christ follower - made a choice. Please join us as Hope shares her surrender story. From a near-death experience, Hope allowed her thoughts and actions to become fluid with God as she fully depended on Him. Hope encourages us to walk in freedom by surrendering control to God and sharing the love of God with others. ***** Kimberly Hobbs Welcome to Empowering Lives with Purpose. And I'm your host, Kimberly Hobbs. I am the founder of Women World Leaders. Ladies, we are so grateful that you have joined in with us today. And I would love to welcome our guest, Miss Hope, Mrs. Hope, Tally, hope, welcome. Hope Tally Thank you, Kimberly, I'm so blessed and excited to be here with you today. Kimberly Hobbs And we're so excited to have you. And today, ladies, and we are just here to encourage you and empower you. We all have a beautiful purpose that God has just for us. And it is our hope that through hearing some of the stories of the women that we have on as guests, that you would be empowered to walk further into your beautiful purpose. And I want to share scripture with you I love to share some of these inspiring scriptures that show us that we have purpose. But God says in Philippians 213 That he is working in you giving you the desire and the power to do what pleases Him that should make all of his excited because he's putting that in you ladies giving you that desire, giving you that power and strength to do it. So just trust Him, just trust Him. And as you listen to some of these stories, and you hear some of the words, the focal words, like today, we're gonna focus on the word surrendered. You may start to think about your own life and how and what can you surrender to the Lord? How can you walk forward into that beautiful purpose. So today, our guests, I'd love to share a little bit about our guests before we get started. And today, our guest hope Talley she's from Asheboro, North Carolina. And she is I'm excited to say part of our women, world leaders team. And hope is coming on board with us to serve with her gifts and talents for the Lord. And we are just so just blessed to have you hope. So today's story, as I said is one of surrender. And hope was raised in a Christian home. She learned about God in church. And she was called at a very early age to serve Him. As Christians, we're all supposed to submit to the will of God and do what pleases Him pursuing truth and righteousness above everything else. Hope as we open up here with your story, you have shared with me about being married, you're happily married, you have two small children. And we got we get to talk ladies before we do these interviews, and I get to know the women and some of their story. And so she's hope is married. She has two children and her story is one of tragedy, something happened in her life. And that's where she's gonna start here with sharing a little bit about her story. So hope do you want to open up with your story? Hope Tally Sure, Kimberly. And the the tragic part of the story starts on back in August of 2014. I was driving my children to their first day of school, when another driver made a decision that just in a few seconds time completely changed and altered our labs. I was air flighted to a local Trauma Center and our children followed by ambulance, I really don't remember a whole lot I remember bits and pieces and voices was kept fairly well sedated for a few days for a host of reasons. My skull had been fractured in six different places. My spine was fractured in five places, had an open wound fracture to my left femur and a whole host of other fractures and sprains. And basically, the the open fracture to my skull was concerning because the swelling that it was causing, if it continued would disrupt your my carotid artery. And the ER doctor told my husband that this is as bad as it gets without additional internal organ damage. And so in the beginning, no one knew if I would survive the brain trauma. And I know without a doubt that God performed a miracle or protection and healing in my body that they are while I was going through that in the beginning. But I think sometimes it's The aftermath of that, then, is the hard part. And he taught me so much about surrender during that time. It included physical, mental, mental, and emotional, hard stuff. And we all have that in our lives. That's the part that took the courage in the middle of the fear. And that's the part that took strength in the middle of what felt like overwhelming defeat. And that's the part that took endurance that I didn't have on my arm. And so it took, basically, about two and a half weeks in the hospital one week in intensive rehab and 24 hour care lined up to get me home. We had, basically, they were having to treat me as a stroke victim, because I was broken from head to toe, on the left side of my body. And when you can't do anything for yourself, it really changes your outlook on a lot of a lot of things. It took on three surgeries, and two different types of fitted braces. So once we got past, the, I guess, survived the brain trauma. And then it was while I walk again. And I was told by some of the medical professionals that even 10 years prior, I probably would have lost my leg altogether. So it took three surgeries, two fitted braces, but I'm now walking the Lord. So all of that is, you know, his healing? Absolutely. But he taught me so much. Through the aftermath of that it took two years just to heal my brain, basically. And in the beginning, I remember I knew people by their voices more than anything, I couldn't see very well, I'm just moving my head was very dizzying. for months on end, I don't even know how to describe what effort it took just to comprehend what people were saying to me. And my memory became almost non existent. And no multitasking had to relearn how to do things in a different perspective. And it took about two years sort of battling back what felt a little bit like a mental breakdown, because I really was broken. And, you know, it's, it was hard to even describe what I was going through. So that to even get help from another person. But I learned and the Lord taught me over and overthrow this whole thing that you know, her Jesus is more than fluent in brokenness. And he knows he's been there. He isn't just, you know, far off, he's right here with us. He was became a manual, so you could walk along and walk among us. He knows what it's like to be broken. And he just showed me so many ways to surrender to him and how he would just help me overcome in the middle of that battle. So that's the start of the tragic story. Kimberly Hobbs Yes, yes, you went through so much in that period, as we talked earlier, and God taught you so much as well. And you were telling me, I think it was 1111 months after the surgery, there was this shard of glass that had to work its way out of your skin and you have a little story about that. But that last piece of glass you know, think about this lady's she was in a major car accident, you know, glass, everything flying all over the place, and her body was broken and all these pieces and all these places. It was broken. And through that period of time. You don't you didn't know it then but you know what now there was this teachable time as your body had to heal as you had to relearn things in your life. You had to learn to depend on God rather than yourself. You know, you were no longer in control you had to surrender. So Many things like we can't even comprehend. She couldn't walk. She couldn't even think she couldn't speak, right. She couldn't talk. I mean, she was like out, she was out of it. And when she came back to and the swelling of the brain started, all these things had to be relearned and reworked in her body. And she's still suffering, you know, from things. So the word surrender has stayed with you hope and back when, when I first met her, and I said, You know what, what word reverberates in you that, you know, you feel that this podcast would be talked about, and she said the word surrendered. And I laugh because I'm like, wow, God, this word just doesn't leave women world leaders this year. And there is no coincidence that our book being written this year is titled surrendered. So many women are writing and voice of truth, our magazine, talk about the word surrendered. And here we are, again, and another podcast talking about the word surrendered. So ladies out there, and must have a message for you today, because here we are on this word surrender, and again, so as I was saying that 11 months, that last chart of class was working its way out of your body, and, and this word surrendered, is being taught to you over and over and surrendered ladies means accepting the battle has been won, not on your terms, not on our terms, that you are willingly giving your life over to the authority of the winning side, you are taking the humble position and embracing what is over how you would have it right. So you're surrendering that to God, because God is the winning side. Galatians 220 says, I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live but Christ lives in me, the life I now live in the body. I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave himself for me. Hope, how did God teach you over this time that followed? Hope Tally Oh, wow, so many ways can really the another verse that that is very similar to that that come always comes to mind during this time is Second Corinthians 515. And it says, And he died for all that those who live should know, should live no longer for themselves, but for him who died for them and rose again. And I think, you know, my pride was completely stripped from me because you can't do anything for yourself. And you either, I guess you could hold on to it, it just doesn't work very well. And so I had to learn to let that go. And allow God in so many humbling ways. But you know, I think if we get when we allow our pride to come to the forefront it erodes away that humility that he needs to further his kingdom, you know, and and it were so many times I did not in any way form or fashion walk this through the storm perfectly. I was so human through all of this. But um, you know, there were times when the weight was just felt in, just like it would never end. And there were times when the hard and the painful stuff just got to me. But I think one of the things that he taught me to surrender was in the middle of the weight and in the middle of the heart, and the pain and the suffering. I think a lot of times when we're walking in the middle of anything, but especially something hard. God wants him to be my answer first. Wow. Yeah, he taught me that. That, you know, do I crave him more than the pain. I crave him more this stuff more than the suffering enough to say, Lord, if this suffering fulfills your will in someone else's life, then don't take the suffering away. But let me overcome. Let me bear through it with you with your strength. And I think that's one of the things he taught me the most. And that's one of the things I tried to keep in mind. And I journaled a lot of stuff throughout this just so I can remember because we will I'm talking about myself here we we are very forgetful creatures, or I am at least and I think I always need so many reminders just to remember what he's done and what hMaene's taught us. So I can continue in that. But, Kimberly Hobbs Amen. You did you had to survive. under so many things, and one of the things was, you know, physically, yeah, you had brain injuries, you suffered a lot. And you were used to doing things of your own accord, and on your own and just going because you know, that's how God created you and designed you, you, you did a lot of things. But now things are different, they look different. And so you have to write things down, you have to journal things to remember them, you have to just rely on God. So you'd surrendered things over to him. And you told me to the more you read the word that the more you saturated yourself in reading it over and over and over the power, God was able to work through you and you were able to release things to him that you couldn't control anymore. You just couldn't do it. And ladies listening, there are things in your life right now. That you you just can't control anymore. And you've tried to hold it all together, you've tried and tried and tried. But you know what God is saying? Give it to me, release it to me, surrender that word needs to. It's not on your terms anymore. You know what? God can do this. And you can do all things through Him who gives you the strength, but three surgeries later, my dear hope, every part of your body needed strengthening. And you talked about going through that period of time where you had to have surgery upon surgery. And you needed that strength. You asked God, God, how strong Do you want me to be? You know, like, you seriously just cried out to him? How strong Do you want me to be? You talk about that. Hope Tally And, you know, he taught me through this time as well. He can handle what we throw at him. If was frustrated, if we're angry, and we're weary, and we're worn out, he can handle it. And he knows that, in fact, I think he'd rather just be honest about it and be upfront and him work on it with us then to just pretend like it's not going on. And that's one thing I did, I cried out. And I said just how strong Do you want me to be? It was after a day of grueling physical therapy, it didn't seem like anything was working. And I just didn't have much of a good outlook. And he whispered back to me through His scripture. And it was Second Corinthians 12 Nine, and it says, My grace is sufficient for you, for my strength is made perfect in your weakness. And he was heard back, and he pretty much just said, I don't my strength is made perfect in your weakness, not the other way around. And so um, and, you know, I've seen, I think it's through my weaknesses that I've seen, the Lord reveals his power and reveal his sufficiency to me. And he's taught me our savior is has always promised and promises to lead, strengthen and guide us. And sometimes when the disappointments and the hard stuff and the darkness closes in, and it sort of feels like you're suffocating. He says, Give it to me. And it's back to that surrender thing. Give it to me. And when I would surrender it to him, and put Him first, he always provided everything I needed to overcome right in the middle of that battle. You know, it might just be that battle. But that's all it needed to be. It doesn't have to be all the battles that I've got to fight for the next two years. It just needs to be this one step this one battle. And he always showed up and he always provided everything I needed right then Kimberly Hobbs Amen. Amen. And that scripture James for 10 says, humble yourselves before the Lord and He will lift you up. And think about that word surrendered. You surrendered yourself before the Lord. And He lifted you up hope. Absolutely. Ladies, think about that. Think about that scripture. That's again, James for 10 humbling yourself before the Lord and it's not easy to do. It's not easy to do when you're fighting against your flesh. Right, right. And we want to take all that control but that's why it's so important. Ladies, saturate yourself in the word keep words on index cards, if you can't remember them, you know, look up these words and scriptures that have to do with what you battle in the flesh. And put those scriptures around your house. They are so important. There's power in the Word, it will change your life. So hope again, in closing now. We want to just really pour into these women You said something to me. I want to give another scripture here before I share this, but James 122 says, Do not merely listen to the word. And so deceive yourselves, do what it says, right? Don't just listen to God's word, ladies, you have to do what it says you have to put action on your faith, your reading, hoping to find these nuggets of truth in there. You can't just what James 122 says, Do not merely listen to the word and so deceive yourselves, right? The enemy wants to deceive you with everything going on around you. But do what the Word says put action on your faith. So you said to me hope as a wife and a mom, we often control because we women want to take that control you we often control the House, which becomes a trap. So can you talk about that? Can you talk about how it traps you? Hope Tally For me, I think before the accident, and I'm going to I mean, just totally honest, I mean, I still battle this today, you know, this is not something I think, you know, we have to give it over every day. It's a surrender every day. It's not just a surrender once and we're done. But I think because we you know, a lot most of the time, a lot of times, as women, we control the schedules, we control what we eat, we control how everyone gets to where they need to go, we, you know, it's sort of like we were the master of the rail. Right, but not not exactly, but just just a little bit. And I think in a way that sometimes becomes a trap for wanting to control most things, instead of and I think, sometimes too, when we're fighting so hard, just to make it through the day, or fighting in the middle of something that's hard, that we ended up being chained by that control. And it's the surrender that brings freedom, he taught me that through that accident is that there's such freedom and surrendering because when we surrender, we handed the reins over to the one who has all the resources that we could never comprehend. And and I think it another verse that comes to mind, just like the one that you said, is Luke 646. And it says, Why do you call Me Lord, Lord, and not do what I tell you? Kimberly Hobbs Yes. Hope Tally And so he was so many times taught me through the aftermath of that accident, that he's also saying, you know, follow me just like he told the disciples lay down whatever it is lay down your nets, if it's the control, if that's the thing that you need to lay down, lay it down. If it's comfort, I mean, I had to get over that to comfort is not necessarily, you know, that can be something I need to lay down because I might need to get outside of my comfort zone to do what he's asked me to do. But lay it down and drop those nets and just surrender it to him. And he taught me to do this each day. And I think sometimes as mothers and women, we're so busy trying to juggle all the balls in the air, and things get crazy. And I've had some say to me before, you don't know how crazy my life is. I have a little bit of an idea. And I think whatever season you're in, though, however it looks you put him first. It may not mean that every morning you can do a full out Bible study, but pull up one or two scriptures and just meditate on those all day and do that, like you said, do them put them into practice during the day and you will see him show up in ways you never expected when you actually do what he says. And I think a lot of times our obedience is the key to us experience Him experiencing him here on earth. It is when he shows he he's always here, but it's when he really manifests and we see his work. We see him working when we obey Him and do what he's called us to do. And so he taught me to look at each day and just say with open hands, Lord, I'm here. I'm opening my hands. You fill it up with what you need to fill it up with instead of an Yes, there are very important things we need to get done during the day. But Lord of that means that I have to take a break in the middle of something because I see a need that needs to be met. Or I see someone who seems to be not having a great day and needs a word from you, then I stop and do it. Help me to listen to your voice. And just just to do that in a way that furthers your kingdom, you know, and I think that's part of being surrendered again, you know? And absolutely, it's just a daily step by step thing that we just, we commit to every day, every step, Kimberly Hobbs Every day, every day. Yeah, beautiful, powerful words hope that you just shared. And ladies, there is surrendering. There's freedom and surrendering to the Lord and hope, just share that, you know, through really relinquishing our control, and it allowed you to be fluid with God instead of controlling, you know that. And now you can help others like you said throughout the day, and and you can help others in this world. And that's what it's all about ladies as just releasing our own control. It's all about Jesus. And Jeremiah 1023 says that Jeremiah speaks and says, Lord, I know that people's lives are not their own. He's confirming that it is not for them to direct their steps. Wow. That's powerful, right? Yes, not for them. Were to surrender to God. All. All of our health needs to come from him. When you can't do it on your own ladies, and you may be facing a problem right now, you may be going through something horrible in your life right now. And you can't do it on your own surrender to God. Matthew 633 says to seek first his kingdom, and His righteousness, just like hope was sharing in that and teachable moment. Seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. So we need to rest ladies in God's love. Surrender is such an important word in our life. Matthew 1128 I just love to share scriptures, you know, because again, I said, there's power in the Word ladies, power, power, power. Matthew 1128, come to me, all you who are weary and burdened. Do you think hope was a little weary and burdened in that time to follow those accident? You know, she had to take care of two small children, thank god who lived and survived this accident. Oh, my gosh. God says Come to me all you who are weary and heavy burden, and I will give you rest. Think about that ladies for your own life right now, as you're listening to this. God tells us to give him your whole heart surrender it to him, and let your eyes delight in his ways, ladies. That's proverbs 910. Like I said, Put the scriptures all around your house, all around your house because they speak life back into you, and the life that God has intended for you. Your life isn't your own Ladies, you're bought with a price, glorify God and what you're doing, glorify Him. Psalm 5015, call on Him in your day of trouble. Call on Him. And of course, we all love this scripture, Proverbs three, five, and six that says, Trust in the Lord with all your heart, ladies, lean not unto your own understanding. Don't take that control when you are tempted to take it over. Lean, not unto your own understanding, but in all your ways. God says, acknowledge Him, surrender to Him, and He will direct your path, he will. So hope to have a final word to say to the ladies before we close. Hope Tally I think I just want to encourage anyone who's going through anything that you know, surrendering to His will, there's nothing that our God cannot handle, and there's nothing that he can't over help you overcome. And, you know, he taught me a whole lot to about choices, because we all have a choice to surrender or not to surrender. But he also told me that every time I chose my way, it was the harder way it was the way that didn't usually end up quite as quite as good. So I just want to encourage everyone to choose him and choose his way to focus on our Savior and gain his eternal view on whatever's going on around you whatever circumstance you might be facing. Kimberly Hobbs Amen. Amen. Good word, hope. Good word. Thank you so much for sharing today for being our guest here. And you know what God is doing in hopes life is just incredible. And in she doesn't want any focus on herself. But it's amazing when you surrender to God, and he just takes over and he's doing amazing things in her life. And God says, when, when you're in trouble, call on me when you're in trouble, and I will rescue you, and you will give me glory. Psalm 50, verse five, and that's what hope is doing with her life. God gets the glory for all this. She doesn't want glory for what she's doing. And let me tell you, she's doing some amazing things. And I'm not sharing because she didn't give me permission to share. But just what I know what she does in her job is pretty powerful. And she can do that if she didn't surrender everything to the Lord. What she does in her ministry is again, Glory to God. She gives all the glory to Him and ladies, that your life to That's what God wants, you will give me the glory, he said. So think about that. surrender it to him, surrender your life to Him. As we close, just know ladies that we are here for you every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, through these podcasts through teaching through encouraging you through sharing stories like we do every Monday. We are just wanting to help you and empower you to walk with the Lord. So please don't forget to tune in each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We have other helpful tools through the website, please check out our website. Ladies. We have an amazing magazine that comes out that will encourage you. It's all about encouraging and scriptures it's called voice of truth. We also put out books every year through women world leaders. One of the books hope story reminded me of one of the you know a few of the stories here and courageous steps of faith which is one of the books that we put out by women world leaders. Do you need to take that courageous, courageous step of faith ladies, this book might be with for you with lots of helpful tools in it. So think about that. And go to our website and check out some of the tools that God has allowed us to share with you. So from his heart to yours, we are women world leaders, all content is copyrighted by women were leaders and cannot be used without expressed written consent. Hope. Thank you for joining us today. And God bless you and each of you that have tuned in to listen have a beautiful and surrendered day.
This week we're chatting with Paul Talley, the Executive Director of Wilderness Trek in New Mexico, where nine C-10 students and four mentors are going to be spending a week on an immersive leadership hiking/camping trip. About 20 years ago, Talley was the youth minister at the Overland Park Church of Christ. That's where he and C-10 Podcast host Matt Fulks met and became fast friends. That gig in the Kansas City area sandwiched one in Colorado and another in Texas. He left ministry — at least formal church ministry — to become the Senior Business Operations Manager at Big Bear AggieTech, the largest privately-owned oilfield pumping unit service company in the Southwest. As the Senior Business Operations Manager, Paul oversaw 11 departments that managed over $12 million in annual spending and $5 million in assets.Finally, after about six years with Big Bear AggieTech, Paul took what might be one of his dream jobs, when he became the Executive Director of Wilderness Trek Christian Camp in New Mexico.This week, we chat about Paul being one of the grief ministers at Columbine High School and a therapeutic project he took on, about leadership lessons he's learned in ministry and business, and we chat about what our students and mentors can expect during their Wilderness Trek experience. LINKS:For more information about the C-10 Mentoring & Leadership program for high school students, visit our website.For information on the inaugural C YOU AT TOPGOLF fundraiser for C-10 on September 8, please go to the event page.To make a financial gift to give students life-changing one-on-one mentoring, visit our secure donation page.For all episodes of the C-10 podcast and ways you can listen, click here.If you'd like to make a comment, have a suggestion for a future guest, or your company would like to help underwrite this podcast, please visit our contact page.
On today's episode of the Learning to Fly Podcast, Brenna from @rose.colored.books and I are joined by self-published author Skyler Talley to discuss BOTH of her lovely books, her writing process and of course, your favorite: random questions! Please remember to support all three of us: Skyler's website: https://skylertalley.com/ Skyler's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itssimplysky/ Brenna's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rose.colored.books/ And of course, you already follow the podcast and myself everywhere you love staying in the loop - so keep it up and remember to share the posts and episodes that really hit home for you! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sincerelybluejaypoetry/message
Experienced defense trial lawyer based in suburban New Orleans but with a regional and national practice. First-chaired over 35 trials and many more appeals in state and federal courts. I try cases in Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi. Clients include physicians, hospitals, nursing homes, insurance carriers, business owners and products manufacturers especially sports, fitness and recreational products manufacturers and the retailers of exercise equipment, power equipment, hunting and archery products companies and the makers of bicycles and helmets. I also have a unique MSP/Sec. 111 compliance practice and work with several major corporations and insurers. I provide MSP/ Sec. 111 "Best Practices" training for lawyers and claims professionals, the development of protocols and guides, and I work with lawyers and claims professionals during case resolution. Sometimes, this includes direct participation in negotiation, mediation, and arbitration and litigation. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bcranner/ Talley, Anthony, Hughes and Knight: https://www.talleyanthony.com/ Learn more about EmotionTrac and our AI-driven Emotional Intelligence Platform: https://emotiontrac.com/calendly/ https://legal.emotiontrac.com/
The Jokes on You Girls are BACK like Y2K fashion. As always, these b*tches been too busy to function, & the pod just gone have to pod when it pods. This week we talked about the "well trained women"...our femininity friends. From foot rubbing to "serving our kings" we discuss it all. Mel is not raising Denzel Washington's side baby, Talley's not naming her baby Ophelia, and YALL NEED MORE INTERESTING LAST NAMES!
Skylar Talley is CEO of MedScout, a company that provides life science companies data and insights to help sales reps and sales managers be more targeted and effective. In this episode Skyler discusses upstream and downstream marketing, bootstrapping a company, why inside sales is becoming more popular, leveraging distributor organizations, why digital marketing should be moving higher on your radar, using data to design territories and target customers, surprising things medical device companies don't do that are common in other industries, aligning the sales team targets, and how sharing data to with providers can lead to stronger relationships.Links from this episode:Skylar Talley LinkedInMedScoutMastering Medical Device:WebsitePat Kothe LinkedIn
About Us: Business owners, Chamber directors, industry leaders, Main Street Directors, school and hospital leaders discuss what's happening in North MS with station owner, Melinda Marsalis. Interviews are recorded in Ripley, MS at Sun Bear Studio, broadcast every day at 11 am on The Shark 102.3 FM Radio and added here to help you stay informed. Topper Time is a weekly presentation by Blue Mountain College Students about life at Blue Mountain College. Every Day is an Event is hosted by Beth Benson. If you would like to be considered for an interview, you can call us at 662-837-1023. Ask for Melinda. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Shark 102.3 FM Radio Station and Sun Bear Studio are located in Ripley, MS and owned by Chris and Melinda Marsalis. Chris and Melinda have a passion for community development and love all of the amazing things that are going on in North Mississippi. This Week: Melinda chats with Briana Talley, director of the graduate institute for Base Camp Coding Academy. She explains the programs at the academy and how students can get involved.
This week's FLASHBACK is to honor Florida's Tammie Talley, CAA who was just named National Athletic Director of the Year last week at the annual National High School Athletic Coaches Association awards banquet in Iowa. Tammie was our 2nd Episode two years ago and its easy to see why she was the NATIONAL AD of the Year! Congratulations to Tammie Talley of Duval County Schools! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
In this episode, I got to do an interview with Beau Talley! He's a multi-instrumentalist, mainly guitar and he also is a therapist. He talks about his journey in music as well as advice for musicians to maintain their mental health!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Nebraska track and field senior Alex Talley was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team as the College Sports Information Directors of America announced its final honor of the 2021-22 season on Wednesday, June 22.
This super fun chat with gospel singer Lauren Talley, is nothing more (or less) than a down-to-earth conversation with an endearing personality. This singing communicator and influencer has a whole lot more going on than just her music, recordings or stage life. Lauren's winsome wit and connecting ways are a mere reflection of the life she leads, as well as the talent she possesses. "My job as a communicator is to give people the truth of the Gospel," Lauren says. "I want people to know that Jesus is everything - He's the Answer the world is searching for, He's the solution to all problems and He's the only One in whom we have real hope. He called me to give people His message when I was 12 years old, and fulfilling that call is all I've ever really wanted." Born into a rich musical heritage, Lauren sang her first solo at age 2 when she toddled onto the stage, interrupted her family's concert and announced she wanted to "thing." Lauren went on to make her own mark on the gospel music world as a member of her family group, The Talleys, with whom she received numerous awards, including a 2015 Dove Award for their song, "Hidden Heroes." Lauren's lead vocals shine on eleven number one hits for the group. www.laurentalley.com www.sueduffield.com
Dr. Mary Talley Bowden is an ear, nose and throat specialist in Houston, Texas and founder of BreathMD. She returns to the podcast to discuss why she is suing the FDA, vaccine injuries, people that troll her on Twitter, lawsuit against Houston Methodist Hospital, and much more. PLEASE LIKE SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE Website www.breathemd.org Social Media https://twitter.com/mdbreathe?s=21 Substack https://drbowden.substack.com/p/why-im-suing-the-fda?r=sezjh&s=w
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Show Notes This week Clelland welcomes the love and hero of his life, Talley Russell, and another super woman, Sarah Brady, to the show. Together they highlight the work of non-profits and tackle some heavy issues; from poverty to policy change and empowering people to become more self-sufficient. . Topics Discussed in this episode: The Importance of having a Mentor The Non-Profit World Apprenticeship Programs Empowering People through Education & Skills Ending the Cycle of Poverty . Show Links Connect with Clelland! LinkedIn - Clelland Russell FB - @WhytheTrades . Guest Info Talley Russell - Director of Government Affairs for Humana (Board Member for FSH) Sarah Brady - Family Scholar House
Happy Wednesday to all of you! Today's episode of The Stories Collective is a special one as our host Sarah Schalow sits down for a conversation with our friend Ron Talley. Ron and his wife Shirley started attending Desert Springs in 2007 and have been a part ever since. Ron and Shirley were married for 60 years (together for 65!) when Shirley died in the fall of 2018. Ron shares with us about their marriage over the years, the ups and downs, the joys and heartache, how they dealt with all that life brings. Ron and Sarah share a lot of laughs from Ron's stories but also touch on the difficulties that can appear in marriage. Whether you're married or not there is so much truth that Ron shares about making sure your relationship with God is your number one priority but then also making sure your earthly relationships are in a healthy place. Good communication is a major theme that is discussed. We don't want to give it away; you just have to listen to this inspiring and encouraging conversation!Click below for the devotional Ron mentions in his interview: Surviving Widowhood: 40 Devotions of Hope by Sharon Engram + Lori Rohlinger - https://www.amazon.com/Surviving-Widowhood-40-Devotions-Hope/dp/1646456688/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3EA08VP8S7LS2&keywords=sharon+engram&qid=1654021206&sprefix=sharon+engram%2Caps%2C104&sr=8-1Would you please subscribe and leave us a review? This will help our podcast reach more people! We'd love it if you'd share this podcast with your friends on social media and beyond. Join us next Wednesday to hear another story of God's faithfulness!
On this episode of the Friends in Beauty Podcast I welcome my Friend in Beauty Ciara Talley to the Friends in Beauty guest chair. Ciara is a Top Makeup Artist in Washington DC + Beauty Educator who specializes in creating everyday wearable glam for Women of Color. She has had the opportunity to travel and work with beautiful women like Ari Lennox, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and Tracee Jenkins from the TV show Peace of Mind With Taraji. As an educator, Ciara specializes in helping her beauty partners elevate their artistry and confidence through online master classes and 1-1 coaching. I absolutely enjoyed this open and very real conversation with Ciara. We've known each other for years but I never knew much about Ciara's journey in the beauty industry so this was very refreshing. In this interview Ciara shares: -How she recently left her 13yr career at the height of pandemic to pursue makeup full time -Details on her new Back To The Basics program for Makeup Artists + how she's helping artists elevate their artistry -Her relationship with fear & her solution to comparison syndrome -The power of writing down your goals -Details about her Reclaimer community -And so many more amazing gems sprinkled throughout If you've ever counted yourself out. If you've let fear hold you back or if you need a dose of inspiration to keep moving forward then this interview is for you. Be sure to share it with someone who needs the same. Let's go ahead and jump into this chat with Ciara Talley and if you'd like to watch our beautiful faces then tune in on YouTube. Enjoy this episode! Leave us a 5 star review and share this episode with a friend or 2 or 3. email@example.com ENROLL IN THE FRIENDS WITH BENEFIT$ CLUB = bit.ly/FIBFWB Resources Mentioned In This Episode: -Back To The Basics = www.ciaratalleybeauty.com/backtothebasics Additional Resources: -https://www.amazon.com/shop/akuarobinson -Skillshare - Use this link for 2 months free of the premium plan: https://skl.sh/30t352q -Shop Mented Cosmetics - https://www.mentedcosmetics.com/?rfsn=1290937.f2481 Use Code “AKUAROBINSON” for 10% of your purchase Announcements: We're on Apple Podcasts - www.bit.ly/FIBPodItunes! Join our Facebook community… If you're looking for a community of like minded, ambitious, and supportive #FriendsinBeauty all working to leave our mark on the beauty industry, join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinbeauty Join the Friends in Beauty Mailing List: www.bit.ly/FIBTribe Social Media Info: Ciara Talley (Instagram) - @ciaratalleybeauty Friends in Beauty (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) - @friendsinbeauty Friends in Beauty (YouTube) - Friends in Beauty https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcYPyO8nAosEmjEE5nza9Zg?view_as=subscriber Akua Robinson (Instagram,Twitter) - @akuarobinson AkuaRobinson (Facebook) - Akua Robinson MUA Akua Robinson (Website) - www.akuarobinson.com
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