This week, the crew is without Shjon but we push through anyway to discuss rumors around a new STL City SC signing, and some other MLS rumors, before getting into the latest action from the World Cup! Turns out that this time, at least, it was not coming home. Enjoy!If you like the show and want to support us, please subscribe, rate and review!Join our Discord server: https://discord.gg/BZpCSSJk7gFollow us on Twitter: @soccercapitolFollow us on the Web at: soccer-capitol.comContact us: firstname.lastname@example.org Timestamps:STL City & MLS - 1:43USA v England - 17:23Concacaf in the World Cup - 36:31 "Whiskey on the Mississippi" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 118 is our tribute to the late, great Tame One. We love doing tributes on Take It Personal, but we absolutely hate having to do a tribute them under these conditions. We've lost many great artists over the years like Biz Markie, Kangol Kid, MF DOOM, Prince Markie Dee, Gift of Gab, Shock G, Zumbi, Black Rob, Double K, Len Hub (The Roots), Malik B, DJ Kay Slay, Coolio, Takeoff, Pop Smoke, Hurricane G, Ecstasy, Blacastan and Don Newkirk to name a few. And it feels like we're still getting over the loss of Prodigy, Phife Dawg, Sean Price, Pimp C and Guru. On this episode, we're honoring the art created by Rahem Brown, better known as Tame One, one half of the Artifacts and an intricate part of New Jersey hip-hop movement. Tame entered our lives in the early 90s with witty lyrics, an appreciation for graffiti and a passion for hip-hop. He went on to give us two remarkable albums with El Da Sensei as the Artifacts before he took a journey into his solo career. On this tribute we're showcasing everything from the early days with El and Redman to the Eastern Conference days. We got everything from the Leak Bros to The Weathermen to all his great collabos with artists like Del, Sean Price, Hussein Fatal, Yak Ballz and Govna Mattic. This is our Tame One Tribute. We hope you enjoy it! RIP Tame One www.takeitpersonalradio.com Follow us on Instagram @takeitpersonal Online store: https://take-it-personal.creator-spring.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TakeItPersonal
In this episode, we recap the Buffalo Bills victory over the Detroit Lions, 28-25, in Detroit, to get to 8-3. We talk about Josh Allen's incredible 23 second drive to lead the team to a win, Tyler Bass's winning 45 yard FG, Ed Oliver's dominant performance, Von Miller's injury update, Tre'Davious White getting snaps on defense, today's practice squad and roster moves, and much more! We discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy & Gettysburg), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Listen now and Go Bills! Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine, Not Another Buffalo Podcast and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! If you like our show, tell a friend and spread the word! Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: email@example.com Follow us on Twitter: @CTWpod Like us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast Follow us on Instagram: CTWpod Check out our TeePublic Bills Store here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In episode 158 of the WCIA 3-in-1 Pod: Bret Beherns and Brice Bement recap Illinois basketball's 92-59 blowout win over Lindenwood at State Farm Center Friday night. Skyy Clark (19) and RJ Melendez (17) posted career high scoring nights to lead the Illini (5-1) to an easy win over the Lions heading into Tuesday night's ACC/B1G challenge against Syracuse.
All of us have an inner critic – the part that reminds us of our limits and our failures and tries to “keep us in line.” It's that voice inside your head that can be critical, judgmental and even mean. Though it's just one part of who we are, the inner critic is one of those parts that can be especially painful and stressful to deal with. Not only does the inner critic impact our sense of self-worth, but it also keeps us stuck and small in life (although it thinks it's keeping us safe). We will often find this part standing between us and the dreams that are in our heart, telling us all the reasons why we can't or shouldn't. That is what Adult Chair® Coach Jenny Jansen encountered when she was considering joining The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification Program. She knew her heart was telling her to take the leap, but her inner critic dialed the volume up and tried to keep her stuck in fear. In this episode, Jenny tells the story of how she used The Adult Chair® to work with and transform her inner critic and how that was the first step toward living a life where she feels purposeful, energized and successful. Jenny shares a detailed example of doing her own parts work, helping illustrate what this work looks like in real life and how transformational it is. Listen to discover: How Jenny transformed her inner critic from her Adult Chair The tools Jenny used to work with her inner critic A beautiful parts work example from Jenny's work How Jenny overcame her fears about The Adult Chair Coaching Certification and became an amazingly successful coach As Jenny worked with her inner critic, she discovered that underneath the blame and shame it was throwing her way was fear. This is usually the case for our Adolescent parts – they are afraid and want to keep us safe. When we turn towards them with our healthy Adult voice and let them know they're ok, they transform. Jenny's story is a powerful example of how the goal is not to get rid of parts of ourselves but rather to integrate them into our whole self, with our healthy Adult in charge. “I feel like my inner critic was born when I was born.” - Jenny Jansen “When I turned toward it, I realized there was so much fear underneath.” - Jenny Jansen “The more you turn away from that voice, it gets louder.” - Michelle Chalfant “When we're able to turn toward those parts and get to know them, they morph.” - Michelle Chalfant “A lot of times, we mix up feeling safe with feeling familiar.” - Jenny Jansen “What is it going to take to move your body path in line with your soul path?” - Jenny Jansen “When we take these risks and work with these inner parts and walk through our fears, we become more authentic. We live more from our true self, our true essence, and we have an experience of it.” - Michelle Chalfant LINKS & RESOURCES Jenny Jansen Website https://www.trueconsciousliving.com/ 2023 Adult Chair® Coaching Certification - Doors Close December 16, 2022! https://theadultchair.com/certification MORE ADULT CHAIR The Adult Chair® Website https://theadultchair.com The Adult Chair® Membership https://theadultchair.com/membership/ The Adult Chair® Events https://theadultchair.com/events/ The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification https://theadultchair.com/certification STAY CONNECTED Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themichellechalfant Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMichelleChalfant/ The Adult Chair® Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theadultchair/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Michellechalfant
The problems that are easiest to fix are the ones that you prevent from happening in the first place. Sifflet is a platform that brings your entire data stack into focus to improve the reliability of your data assets and empower collaboration across your teams. In this episode CEO and founder Salma Bakouk shares her views on the causes and impacts of "data entropy" and how you can tame it before it leads to failures.
“If you landed the interview, you can land the job.”Welcome back to another episode of the Mujeres on the Rise Podcast. Today, I'm going to talk about one of the things I get asked the most about: job interviews. I know firsthand how hard it is to secure that job that you're desperately longing for. I had to really learn from scratch how to be successful in interviews. It didn't happen overnight but when it finally did, all of these doors opened up for me.I also know that imposter syndrome in interviews is very, very real. So, today I'm sharing with you 3 tips and tricks to help you prepare for and successfully navigate your next job interview. These things will help you get in the right headspace, tame your imposter syndrome, and make you feel like the incredible and badass mujer you are.Resources from this episodeFor staying on top of the news and knowing what to expect, I highly recommend checking out:- The Business Insider - theSkimm'Join the #MujeresOnTheRise movement:Visit our website: mujeresontherise.comInstagram: @mujeresontheriseTikTok: @mujeresontheriseSubscribe for FREE to ‘The Weekly Rise' newsletter for más resourcesPrivate Facebook Group: Mujeres on the RiseLand your dream job with our Rising Resume CourseShop our productsShout Out to our Sponsor:As someone who has learned that when you look good, you feel good. I have become quite obsessed with trying out different skincare products over the years, and Exuviance is definitely a brand that is worth mentioning. Check them out today at exuviance.com
Kevin Hart is a world famous comedian whose stand-up comedy tours sell out stages around the world. Time Magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2015. He's also a New York Times bestselling author of several books. His latest book, an Audible Original called Monsters and How to Tame Them, discusses strategies for managing your inner critic. Some of the things he talks about today are why everyone struggles with the same inner monsters, how to use your inner critic to your advantage, and the one monster he struggles to tame.
Mike Thomas calls himself an every day consciousness coach. He is the founder of Holistic Fitness Lifestyle and an educator on Relationflix. In this episode we explore how childhood trauma and attachment styles affects your behavior as an adult, and why this leads to ghosting.In this episode: How nervous system regulation can change behaviors • Attachment styles • Why we need to address our trauma • Why avoidants ghost more • Avoidant culture • How to develop self-awareness • Never date a project • Why willingness to do the work is so important • Is there hope for avoidants? • How to heal from being ghosted • The biggest red flag in a relationshipWhere to find MikeInstagram Website Facebook Facebook GroupYouTubeEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMedia referenced in this episodeGabor Maté's Unwise Film: Wisdom of TraumaBook: We Do by Stan TatkinDan Siegal Name it to Tame it Attachment Styles QuizFind us onlineThe Ghost Podcast Instagram @theghostpodcaststories Email: email@example.comStop Ghosting People.
Mindfulness starts with you. Be the model for your children on how to become calm. Oh and I pronounced her last name wrong. I apologize, Sarah! Biography Sarah Vallely, lead instructor/coach and founder of TSD Mindfulness meditation center has been teaching mindfulness and meditation for 20 years in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Asheville, NC & online. Students from across the globe travel to attend her workshops and retreats and participate online. Sarah Vallely has written four books, including "Sensational Meditation for Children", and "Tame Soothe Dwell". She trains and certifies others to coach and teach mindfulness as well as works with her own clients. Sarah's clients see noticeable changes when they heal through crisis, grief, stress, and past trauma with mindfulness. Learn more from Sarah at: https://www.sarahvallely.com/ See how else I can help you at: flowcode.com/p/1v3hLWFG5?fc=0 If you have found value in this episode, please like, download and share. Thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theresa-alexander-inman/support
DJ Jazzywhut!! CONNECTS https://www.instagram.com/dj_jazzywhut/ CHECK OUT ALL ZIZ's MUSIC - https://zizmusicyall.bandcamp.com/ Ziz Connects https://youtube.com/c/Zizyall https://anchor.fm/letschopitupwziz https://www.instagram.com/letschopitupwziz_/ https://www.instagram.com/ziz_yall/ https://linktr.ee/Ziz134 DONATE TO THE SHOW ON CASH APP - $Letschopitupwziz ****You have a small or large business and would like to sponsor the show, contact us through this email- firstname.lastname@example.org**** Playlist: Memphis Reigns - Kia Ora My Peoplez aka The Eaze Up Show Theme Govna-Mattic Ft. Tame One, Redman, Pace Won, Roz Noble, Runt Dawg & Young Zee - Family Day (1997) El Da Sensei - Everyday on the Street (feat. Rah Digga & Tame One) (!llmind Remix)(2011) Tame One Ft. Sean Price Haha Da Rah Rah (Prod. Parallel Thought)(2008) Tame One - Trife Type Times (Prod. Geo)(1999) Artifacts - Wrong Side of Da Tracks (Miles 93 Remix)(2013) Tame One - Slick Talkin'(Prod. J-Zone)(2003) Leak Brothers - G.O.D. (Prod. J-Zone)(2004) Melvin Junko Ft. Artifacts - SaltGarden (2017) 2033 (Chinch 33 & Venomous2000) Ft. Artifacts - Emcees (2022) Tame One - Heat (Prod. J-Zone)(2003) Kyo Itachi Ft. The ArtifactS - Art & Facts (2018) Tame One - When Rappers Attack (Prod. Camu Tao) (2003) Cage, Copywrite, J-Zone, Skillz, Mr. Eon, Tame 1 & Camu Tao - EC All Stars (Mighty Mi Air Max 95 Remix)(2001) Cannibal Ox Ft. Artifacts & U-God : Blade – The Art Of The Ox (Prod. Black Milk)(2015) Lone Catalysts Ft. Artifacts - It's A Demo (2017) Snowgoons Ft. Artifacts - All City Kingz (2016) Marco Polo Ft. Artifacts & Shylow - Back To Work (2013) Artifacts x Buckwild Ft. A-F-R-O & DJ Hush - Contagious (2022) Artifacts - Attack of New Jerusalem (Demo Version)(1993) ParanormL Ft. Artifacts & Dj Illogik - Soulful Busine$$ (2022) Hard 2 Obtain Ft. Artifacts & Raquel - A Lil Something (Prod. Stimulated Dummies)(1994) Brick City Kids - Brick City Kids (Prod. Ghetto Professionals)(1997) The Weathermen - 5 In The Clip (RJD2 Remix)(2003) Artifacts - Skwad Of The Boom (Prod. Daniel Ekman)(2018) Artifacts - Art Of Facts (Soupbox Remix)(2014) Nubian Crackers Ft. Artifacts - Do You Wanna Hear It? (1993) Tame One - Hey DJ (2015) Slow Suicide Stimulus - As Above, So Below (2006) K-Def Ft. Artifacts - Left In My Dust (2017) Taiyomo Denku Ft. Artifacts - Scarabs (Prod. BoFaat)(2021) Tame One - Division East Mic Check (2007) Artifacts - C'Mon Wi Da Git Down (FloFilz Remix)(2013) Klaus Layer Ft. Artifacts & Blu - Force (2018) Artifacts - The Ultimate (Showbiz Remix)(1997) Tame One - In The Area (Prod. Mister Geovanni)(1998) DJ Dister Ft. Artifacts $ DJ Stylewarz - Regardless (2013) Artifacts - Jersey Endurance (Prod. DJ Crucial)(2022) Tame One, El Da Sensei & DJ Koas - Haagen Daz (Prod. The Boulevard Connection)(1998) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/4dadjsradio/message
When Mrs. Lion kept me locked full-time in a male chastity device, on the rare occasions that she let me run around without wearing my chastity device, she referred to me as a wild lion. For some time now, I've been cage-free. I think that is a better adjective than The post Confessions Of A Tame Lion appeared first on Male Chastity Journal.
Today from Lubbock, TX, on Locked On Texas Tech: - Red Raiders ready for Texas Southern - Big 12 Power Rankings - the art of taking the football away All coming up on Locked On Texas Tech -- the best daily podcast made for Red Raiders, by Red Raiders! Part of the Locked On Podcast Network Twitter: @LockedOnTech Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Flatlands Grain Flatlands Grain is ready to serve your grain storage needs & beyond this fall! Centrally & conveniently located in Hale Center, TX - 30 quick minutes north of Lubbock. From market experience & crop analysis, to feeding your animals - one truckload or thousands of bushels, Flatlands Grain is ready to cover all bases serving farmers & ranchers on the High Plains of Texas. Visit flatlandsgrain.com or call them today at 806.839.2522! J's Salsa Co. Visit J's Salsa Co. at jsalsacompany.com or email them at email@example.com! Red Raider family owned & ready to ship anywhere in the US! Available in the red & black jar in most United Supermarkets, Market Streets, & Albertson's Supermarkets in Texas & New Mexico - also available at H-E-B in Lubbock Armen Williams with Schooley Mitchell Red Raider Armen Williams wants to help find ways to make your business more efficient with Schooley Mitchell, North America's #1 cost reduction company! What could your business do with some extra wiggle room? It all starts with a free analysis & no upfront costs when you visit savewitharmen.com 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! Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Upside Download the FREE Upside App at https://upside.app.link/locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are discussing the monster within and steps to take to tame it for success. Jordan Peterson lays it all out for you. On Power Me Up Radio Talk 24/7 on iHeart radio --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/guy-rainey/message
This week the guys are giving you last weeks Patreon episode discussing Cipha's Grand Puba and Lord Jamar Encounter, Antisemitism, plus MorePlus a Tribute Mix for Tame 1 and Hurricane G and a New Episode on Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/juanepislife dropping this week.Follow the showhttps://www.instagram.com/juanepislife/?hl=enFollow Cipha Soundshttps://www.instagram.com/ciphasounds/?hl=enhttps://twitter.com/ciphasounds?lang=enFollow Rosenberghttps://instagram.com/rosenbergradiohttps://twitter.com/RosenbergradioAll things Juan EP is Life is sponsored by Monster Energy. @MonsterEnergy @MonsterMusicFollow Billy Junehttps://instagram.com/billyjune88https://twitter.com/billyjune88 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Analyse Bare Thighs - S2:E33 - With your Hosts ZombiesLvBacon & Shellbunny as well as guests Vince & Tame! The Final Episode for 2022 This week talking about Sony LockdownsCall of duty XboxPlaystationPSVR2Quest 2 TwitterFacebookTwitchTVTumblrsitting on cakejumping out of cakescakesGoggle AISuss pictures Mcdonalds PartiesAND SO MUCH MORE! https://twitter.com/ZombiesLvBacon https://twitter.com/ZLBpodcast https://twitter.com/shellbunny_ https://twitter.com/MosezTame https://twitter.com/vinceassf
Ben, Jay, and Andrew discuss the first 8 games of the season and the beginning of the Luka4MVP campaign. What have we liked? What needs to change? All that and more on this edition of Buckets & Beyond. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Ohhhhhhhh, boy. A lot to get to this week. We start by sharing thoughts on the latest episode of Survivor 43 as Dalton shares some intel he got from both Jeff Probst and the latest victim about what happened (and what COULD have happened) at that last Tribal Council. Plus, Rick and Dalton wonder: Does this season need a little spice? Listen in and see if you agree. Then, we turn to the HUGE news of the week that Dan Snyder may actually be selling the Washington Commanders. Could the greatest day in the history of DC sports finally be upon us, or is this just another thing to hopes up that will once again be dashed? We weigh in and then also get into a bit of a debate about the quarterback position (nothing new for this podcast, right, Brendan?) and make predictions for this week's game against the Vikings. It's everything you want, and then some. Time codes below!0:00 – Start of show3:20 – Survivor 43 news and views25:10 – Is Dan Snyder really selling the team?37:15 – Commanders football talk and predictionsProduce it UpJames Curry pulls back the curtain on the news producer life. From handling diva...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Parents are excited to recognize their child's next milestone, but what happens when we allow children to grow up too fast? Justin and Lance discuss how social media and technology are impacting young people and how we can all limit our time devoted to our devices. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, technology, social media, screen time, children, kids, school, discipline, meaning, iPhone, iPad, phone, smartphone
The Packers passed yet again at making any sort of significant move at the trade deadline, deciding instead to see where this current team will take them this season. At 3-5, they better hope it's somewhere that leads to a playoff berth. Jordan and Numac talk about what the silence at the deadline means to the team and its context in team history as well as preview the matchup against the division rival Detroit Lions. Be sure to subscribe to Talk of the Tundra wherever you get your podcasts, and follow Numac and Talk of the Tundra on Twitter! Visit GSPN.info to find links to all of our Bucks, Brewers, Packers, and pop culture podcasts, our GSPN YouTube channel and Substack, the form to gain entry to our Discord server, our Twitter links, and more! GSPN is proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can (and should) follow Rohan, Ti, Adam, Jordan, Andrew, Numac, Eugene, and the Gyro Step and the Win In 6 podcast on Twitter. Don't forget to leave a 5 star rating on Apple Podcasts or Spotify to get us to read your review live at the end of an episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's guest on the podcast is Dr. Rebecca Heiss. She's a doctor of evolutionary biology and an electrifying keynote speaker. Her mission is to deliver science-backed solutions that help people overcome living on autopilot so that they can consciously craft a better life. This episode may be particularly interesting if, like me, you sometimes feel like you're on the hamster wheel of needing to produce increasingly more successful months in your business. As opposed to feeling relieved because you've performed well on past projects, you only feel heightened anxiety to perform even better in the times ahead. I wanted Rebecca on the podcast because, in addition to having academic credentials, she's also a straight shooter. She's insightful AND fun. She wants to help us all be less fearful and more happy!
Greg and Kalani recap the latest loss to East Carolina and preview Boise State, Jarom Jordan goes into the film room with Lopini Katoa, Deep Blue features QB Cade Fennegan, and Lorenzo Fauatea joins the Sitake Show live.
We continue our series in James this week as Pastor Jeff preaches on James 3:1-12. So far, James has been teaching us how to take our faith into action but, in James 3, he teaches about the hardest thing to tame in our sinful nature, the tongue. What we say has the ability to be a blessing to others or destruction. Our words are so powerful and meant to be used by God to bless others.
Climate change is one of the most critical challenges of our generation. On this week's episode of Confluence, host Rana Sarkar discusses with guest Vijay Vaitheeswaran recent policy developments and the role of technology and innovation in supporting the global transition to net zero. Vaitheeswaran is the Global Energy and Climate Innovation Editor at The Economist, covering the energy and utility industries, the clean energy transition, climate innovations and low carbon technologies. In their conversation, Rana and Vijay discuss timelines for clean energy transitions, and the incentives needed to support the generation and use of clean energy and the adoption of new and emerging technologies to reach net zero. They also discuss how different markets are advancing the clean energy transition and the role of Canada in the global energy transition. LINKS:Vijay Vaitheeswaran ArticlesVijay Vaitheeswaran LinkedInBOOKS:Need, Speed and Greed: How the New Rules of Innovation Can Transform Businesses, Propel Nations to Greatness, and Tame the World's Most Wicked ProblemsPower to the People: How the Coming Energy Revolution Will Transform an Industry, Change Our Lives, and Maybe Even Save the Planet
Grace Tame was named Australian of the Year in 2021 for her advocacy work for survivors of sexual assault. And she's now told her story -- in her own words -- in a memoir called The Ninth Life of a Diamond Miner. She speaks to Kathryn about her life, activism and the impact of speaking out.
In today's digital world, we're expected to be available at all times via email. Studies have shown that office workers spend almost a third of their workday reading and responding to emails. So today, Darren is going to give you three quick tips to help tame one of your biggest addictions... EMAIL! Access the FREE broadcast Darren mentioned at DarrenHardyBroadcast.com. Get more personal mentoring from Darren each day. Go to DarrenDaily at https://darrendaily.com/join to learn more.
Do you want to lose weight? What's stopping you? What presupositions or habits are blocking you from realizing your dreams of a healthier lifestyle? Tame your onner elephant, show up, get the life you always wanted.
I'm this title of this show. Welcome back to the Jersey Boyz Podcast right here on the Chop Sports Podcast Network! Dave Sturchio, Bret & Keith Ernst are back to put a bow on Week 7 with the Cowboys taking care of business over the Lions and now quickly shift their focus to another NFC north team in the Chicago Bears. What will be the hardest part about stopping Justin Fields and this team? Can the Cowboys head into the Bye week at potentially 6-2? Let's Find out!
In 2021, Grace Tame became a household name after she was recognised as Australian of the Year for her work advocating for survivors of child abuse. In the year that followed, Tame's story of being assaulted and groomed by her teacher became common knowledge, with the activist facing multiple challenges in getting her story - and stories of other abuse survivors - heard and accurately represented. Grace Tame speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about sharing her story in her own words in her memoir The Ninth Life of a Diamond Miner, keeping power accountable, and how her foundation is creating meaningful change for victim survivors of child sexual abuse
This week, we talk about being your own Petri dish, the explore/exploit model, and lunch debt. Institutions ossify over time and end up more interested in preserving their own existence than fulfilling their original purpose. Similarly, if you don't design for human interaction right from the beginning, it'll be much harder to change that community culture later on. The result is a lot of wasted human potential, and NOBODY'S GOT TIME FOR THAT.00:00 Intro01:58 Thanks to our supporters! (https://moneygrab.bscotch.net)03:15 Seth's India game plan07:40 Immortality15:35 The explore/exploit modelQuestions answered (abbreviated):23:40 QuantumAnomaly: You've talked in the past about wanting to support player-driven content in the original Crashlands and how player-driven content can help grow a community. Are you thinking of supporting modding while making Crashlands 2?Other things mentioned:Slay the Spire Levelhead mod (https://bit.ly/StS-Levelhead-mod)To stay up to date with all of our buttery goodness subscribe to the podcast on Apple podcasts (apple.co/1LxNEnk) or wherever you get your audio goodness. If you want to get more involved in the Butterscotch community, hop into our DISCORD server at discord.gg/bscotch and say hello! Submit questions at https://www.bscotch.net/podcast, disclose all of your secrets to firstname.lastname@example.org, and send letters, gifts, and tasty treats to https://bit.ly/bscotchmailbox. Finally, if you'd like to support the show and buy some coffee FOR Butterscotch, head over to https://moneygrab.bscotch.net. ★ Support this podcast ★
Do you have trouble controlling your tongue? If so, you're not the first person to face this struggle.In fact, the Bible says we are unable to tame our tongue, and an untamed tongue can get us in a lot of trouble. But the Bible does have a better solution.Join me for today's Daily Word & Prayer to discover a vital step you can take to develop good speech.Who do you know who needs to hear this message? Go ahead and share it with them!Scripture Used in Today's MessageJames 3:8Matthew 12:34-35Psalm 119:11Matthew 6:21To find Tom on Instagram, Facebook, TicTok, and elsewhere, go to linktr.ee/tomthepreacher Have you read my book, "Takin' it to Their Turf"?If not, you may request a copy on my website, www.TomthePreacher.comWe send a copy to anyone who donates to our ministry, but if you can't do so, simply request a copy by sending us an email.************ Do you want to have all your sins forgiven and know God personally? *********Check out my video "The Bridge Diagram" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Kjwrlind8&t=1sCheck out my website, www.TomthePreacher.com, to learn more about my ministry and sign up for my daily email. And make sure to request a copy of my book, Takin' it to Their Turf, when you visit my website.Check out my videos on this channel to learn how to answer tough questions challenging our faith.
A podcast dedicated to highlighting Tame Impala music & lyrics that resonate with us and why. In this episode, Part 3 of the Desert Daze Decompression Series, I am joined by The Captain of @cruisingaltituderadio, Diego Rivas, playlist curator extraordinaire, where we talk about the Lonerism live art installation that was Desert Daze, the best place to stand for Tame shows from an audio and visual perspective, what it was like traveling to a camping festival from the East coast, and how to balance the discipline between creating and consuming art.
Are you baffled about why your teen is so anxious? Do you want to know how to help them? If so, this episode is for you. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 32% of teens suffered from an anxiety disorder in the last year compared to just 19% of adults, and the numbers keep growing. What's going on?! In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Loretta Breuning, author of many personal development books, including Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin and Endorphin Levels. She is also the Founder of the Inner Mammal Institute which helps thousands of people make peace with their inner mammal. Dr. Breuning teaches us how anxiety shows up in the brain and how we can use that information to help our teens (and ourselves) manage anxiety more effectively. Resources Mentioned in This Episode Books by Dr. Loretta BreuningHabits of a Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, and Endorphin Levels Status Games Tame Your Anxiety: Rewiring Your Brain for Happiness The Science of Positivity Inner Mammal Institute Video Series Dr. Cam's Top 10 Secrets for Raising Teens Thanks for Listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others would appreciate the guidance and encouragement, please take a quick moment to rate and review. Reviews from my listeners are extremely valuable and greatly appreciated. Review on iTunes. Subscribe to the Podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, YouTube, Google, Spotify. You can also subscribe from the podcast app on your mobile device or listen LIVE in my Private Facebook Group.
Michael Bungay Stanier talks about how to tame your inner Advice Monster. Get more on this conversation by going to http://theartofleadershipdaily.com/. Brought to you by: The Art of Leadership Academy Would you like to join a network of 1,300 high-capacity church leaders who are learning how to lead and grow together? The Art of Leadership Academy brings together top-tier leaders to learn through courses, coaching and community—all for the fraction of what a conference or consultant would cost. You can check it out at theartofleadershipacadamy.com.
We talk a LOT about how to help YOU - the adult - identify your child's (or your client's) sensory needs / preferences. But what about teaching kids how to become independent with identifying and meeting their sensory needs? That's what today's episode is all about! Diving into WHY it's important to teach our kids about their emotions, their sensory needs, and how it's all connected. Plus we give you our favorite tips and tricks! Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast.Brought To You By HarklaThis podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives. We accomplish this through high-quality sensory products & child development courses.Podcast listeners get 10% off their first order at Harkla with the discount code "sensory". Head to Harkla.co/sensory to start shopping now.LinksLooking for more in-depth help? Sign up for 2-on-1 Mentoring With Us!!Shop Digital CoursesAll Things Sensory Podcast Instagram Harkla YouTube ChannelHarkla Website- Shop Sensory Products!Harkla InstagramEp. 153 What Do I Do After My Child Gets a Diagnosis?Dan Siegel: Name it to Tame it YouTube VideoZones of Regulation The Alert ProgramBrainWorks - Sensational Brain
Spooktober Part 2! In this episode Brendan and Cody discuss the Cult Classic (or classic according to this podcast) Film, The Howling. Directed by Joe Dante and released in 1981, this Werewolf film is sure to leave you Howling for more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themidnightreel/support
Triggers are very common after experiencing trauma from emotional and narcissistic abuse. They come out of what seems like nowhere and can send us into a complete downward spiral of despair. Triggers create unwanted emotions in us and can cause panic attacks and lengthy emotional upset and exhaustion. So, in today's episode, I want to help you with my absolute favorite way to heal using a four step process created by Dianah Johnson, the CEO of The Thought Work Institute. This amazing tool has helped me an so many other people get rapid relief from their emotional suffering AND triggers. If you have experienced trauma, emotional abuse, narcissistic abuse, or even if you have been triggered by things that send you ruminating about the past or the future...this episode can help you get to the source of the triggers and teach you how to tame them.If you'd like deeper support with Allison K Dagney | Coach | Author | Survivor, just use the link below to schedule a FREE call to learn more about Rapid Reprogramming™https://app.squarespacescheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=25254715To reach me directly, send me a DM:https://www.instagram.com/allisonkdagney/https://www.facebook.com/allisonkdagney/To work with Allison in her 1:1 Coaching Program, schedule a FREE Clarity Callhttps://app.squarespacescheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=25254715To send a DM, visit Allison's profiles on Instagram and Facebookhttps://www.instagram.com/allisonkdagney/https://www.facebook.com/allisonkdagney/To learn more about Rapid Reprogramming for Subconscious Healing visit the websitewww.whentearsleavescars.com
Inspired by actual events, MURU is the story of a local Police Sergeant ‘Taffy' Tāwharau (Cliff Curtis), who must choose between duty to his badge or his people, when the Government invoke antiterrorism powers to launch an armed raid on Taffy's remote Urewera community, on a school day.MURU is now showing in Australian CinemasWebsite | Apple | Patreon | Twitter | Instagram
Today I am talking about practical ways of taming the nervous system and how to know what state your nervous system is in. We will talk through the Polyvagal Theory to determine what state your nervous system is in. Then, some of the things that could positively impact your state. If you haven't checked out episode 1 of this season, please head there first. It will give you the background and context in order to make the most of this episode. Resources: CHECK OUT MY LINKTREE for Video Reference of the Salamander Exercise:https://linktr.ee/shellytyler.dpt CHECK OUT MY INSTAGRAM STORIES @shellytyler.dpt for more ANS (Autonomic Nervous System) information. Bentley, T. and B. Mackenzie CO2 Tolerance and Anxiety Study. 2020.Hopper A. Wired for Healing : Remapping the Brain to Recover from Chronic and Mysterious Illnesses. Victoria B.C. Canada: Dynamic Neural Retraining System; 2014.Williams F. The Nature Fix. Place of publication not identified: W.W. Norton & Company; 2017. Dana D Porges SW. Polyvagal Exercises for Safety and Connection : 50 Client-Centered Practices. First ed. New York NY: W.W. Norton & Company; 2020.Dana D. Anchored: How to Befriend Your Nervous System Using Polyvagal Theory. First ed. Sounds True; 2021.Rosenberg S. Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve : Self-Help Exercises for Anxiety Depression Trauma and Autism. Berkeley California: North Atlantic Books; 2017.
Now that we've got a solid foundation under us, let's add on the other layers of classroom management so that our teacher sunflower can sink its roots deep down and thrive.It all started with last episode's bedrock principles. Now, we're going to talk about three other layers of classroom management that will lead to a joyful, efficient, wonderful place for our students, and ourselves, to thrive.The key is to choose one layer at a time to focus on. Don't get overwhelmed by trying to tackle them all at once. Pick the one that needs the most work and start there. You can do it!Links in today's episode:Today's blog post (with illustration of Layers of Joyful Management Framework)Last week's blog postJoyful Teacher Academy waitlist
Here's the magic of the mind: when we pay attention, we have the wonderful capacity to both think our thoughts AND witness ourselves thinking them. We are the thinker and the watcher all at once, which means when the uninvited memories and unwelcome worries arrive, we can notice that they're there. This awareness allows us to (eventually) work around the land mines or render them harmless. It's simple but not always easy, so I'll share some practices I use to tame my mind. Learn more about Kristen Manieri and coaching: Kristen@kristenmanieri.com KristenManieri.com Host Bio Kristen Manieri is a coach who works with teams to increase both productivity and wellbeing. She also helps individuals navigate transition with clarity and confidence. Her areas of focus are: stress reduction, energy management, mindset, resilience, habit formation, rest rituals, and self-care. As the host of the weekly 60 Mindful Minutes podcast, an Apple top 100 social science podcast, Kristen has interviewed over 200 authors about what it means to live a more conscious, connected, intentional and joyful life. Learn more at kristenmanieri.com/work-with-me. Coaching I have two coaching spots opening up this fall. If you've ever considered coaching, or if you're feelings stuck or you're about to make a big transition, reach out to me and we can talk about how I can help you navigate what's ahead with more confidence and clarity. You can reach me at Kristen@kristenmanieri.com. Full Transcript The nature of thought is pretty fascinating when you look at it closely. I've come to see that we typically don't experience the world around us; we experience our thoughts about the world around us. And we can often change our life experience simply by changing our thinking. Here's what I mean: The other day I needed to drive somewhere to pick something up. It was a busy week and it felt really inconvenient and annoying to have to go run this errand. I was feeling pretty pissy about it. And then I remembered that there was a podcast episode I'd been meaning to listen to. Suddenly, I was looking forward to an hour in the car by myself. What felt like a burden suddenly felt like a gift. I didn't change my circumstances, but I radically altered my experience simply by changing my thinking. “An untamed mind is a minefield,” writes Brianna Wiest in her book 101 Essays That Will Change the Way You Think. A mind that is a minefield is one that can suddenly and easily unravel into anxiety, regret, shame or anger. I often experience thoughts that seem to come in from nowhere. Old memories float in uninvited. Worries, often unfounded and unwelcome, can linger. My mind is susceptible to unsolicited thoughts that can metastasize into a mental shit storm when I'm not paying attention. But here's the magic of the mind: when we do pay attention, we have the wonderful capacity to both think our thoughts AND witness ourselves thinking them. We are the thinker and the watcher all at once, which means when the uninvited memories and unwelcome worries arrive, we can notice that they're there. This awareness allows us to (eventually) work around the land mines or render them harmless. It's simple but not always easy, so I'll share some practices I use to tame my mind. Develop Your Inner Noticer Sometimes noticing is all we have to do. It can be enough to simply bring our attention to our thinking long enough to merely name it. “Ah, look at that. I'm thinking about that conversation with my client again.” Perhaps our noticing begins to reveal negative patterns in our thinking. For me, that's often noticing that I'm jumping to conclusions or making speculative assumptions. We may start to see that we have a lot of mental habits (such as jumping to conclusions). Noticing mental habits takes away their mysterious power over us. Maybe instead of just noticing the landmines, we also start to disarm them. This is the taming of the mind that Brianna Wiest refers to. This is where we start to access our own sense of agency and autonomy over our thinking. We can develop control over racing, erratic thoughts the same way we develop any acquired talent, by practicing relating to our thoughts in new ways. With consistency, we begin to develop a new relationship with the mind. Trade Up It's amazing what we hear when we actually listen to our thoughts. If we were to broadcast them when we're stressed, we might hear things like: “I can't do this.” “This is not going to work out.” “I should never have taken this on.” Our thoughts affect how we feel, which impacts what we do and how we respond. Here's some good news: We are capable of listening to our inner dialogue AND we are capable of upgrading it. I learned the concept of “trading up” from my friend Kim Ades, who founded Frame of Mind Coaching. Essentially, we isolate a negative thought, such as “this not going to work out,” and we trade it in for a slightly more positive one, such as, “if this doesn't work out, it could lead to something that does.” The idea isn't to be unrealistically positive, but to choose a new thought that is both believable AND elevating in an incremental climb. Just the other day I used Kim's trading up practice to shift me out of a negative thought spiral. As I may have previously shared, we recently adopted a one-year-old dog from Korea and his transition into our home has been incredibly slow. Having spent his entire life in a shelter, everything in our home is new and, as a result, Leo is incredibly timid, anxious and closed off. I caught myself feeling upset, disappointed and stressed about Leo. And when I tuned in I was able to isolate the thought “this is really hard.” “This is hard,” I told myself with self-compassion. “But it will get better. You've already seen micro progressions forward. Within a few weeks or months, this will be a completely relaxed and happy dog.” I traded up and as I continued on in my day with this new baseline thought, I felt more at ease. Try it out. Take out a piece of paper. Tuning into your inner dialogue, write down your dominant thoughts and isolate one that's emitting stress. Notice how the body responds to it. Does your heart race? Do you feel sad or anxious? Now, write a few upgrades to the negative thought and feel which one lands as true for you. Create space for a different possibility. Continue climbing the ladder of better feeling thoughts until you notice a shift in how you feel. Give the Bothersome Mind a Bone “Your mind is bothering you,” said Michael Singer, author of the Untethered Soul, in one of his podcast episodes. Sometimes it's as though my mind has a mind of its own. I notice this is especially the case when I wake up in the middle of the night and my mind starts endlessly chewing on a series of worries or concerns. It's like a dog with a bone. Give it a new bone. Sometimes the best way to conquer the mind is to beat it at its own game. It's obsessed with thinking? Fine! Give it something to think about. I've been known to go through, scene by scene, the entirety of Love Actually, my favorite movie. I've mentally wondered through French towns and been pampered at five-star spas. I've counted backwards from 300 in threes. In 2001, I memorized the entire poem Desiderata by Max Ehrmann and used it to ease my mind during a particularly difficult time in my life. The point is, sometimes I know that settling my mind or upgrading my thoughts is too tall an order. It's not cheating to give my mind something other than my worries and ruminations to chew on. Connect with Your Older Self When it comes to triggering thoughts, especially those rooted in old memories, I can often feel frustrated that I'm triggered in the first place. Shouldn't I be over this by now? Why do I still care? I'm steeped in regret or shame, but then I make it worse by layering on a dose of self-criticism and resistance. While it may feel at times that I haven't grown at all in my capacity to redirect my thinking and nurture some self-compassion, the truth is that I've worked my way through hundreds of thoughts and old memories that no longer trigger me. It's taken time, a different perspective, sometimes therapy and often just good ol' forgetting, but I've triumphed over negative thoughts many, many times. It's helpful to know that when I spiral into a negative thought loop that it won't always be this way, that at some point I'll find the wherewithal to show that thought who's boss. When I'm caught in a negative loop, I imagine a me 10 or 20 years from now who can think that thought or reflect on that memory with a totally neutral stance, not triggered at all. I can hold it in my open palm and blow it softly into the breeze like a dandelion wish. I can learn, and have learned, how to simply let go of the grip a thought can have on me. Knowing that sometimes it just takes time, practice and a different perspective gives me the grace to be kind to the me I am today, the me that doesn't quite have what it takes yet to gently and lovingly turn my attention elsewhere. How do I know this works? Because I have loads of evidence of things that used to really bother me that no longer do. I have proof that eventually the sting or the storm eventually subside. I can lean on this knowledge for support when I'm going through something tough today. Final Thought: It's Just the Mind I want to leave you with one last thought: to tame the mind is also to befriend it. It doesn't mean to cause you so much harm. It's just doing what minds are designed to do, and that is think. Sometimes my mind thinks wonderfully creative thoughts. Sometimes it gives me the idea to do something loving and kind for someone else. Sometimes it notices something good in my life. And sometimes it drags up an old memory or clings to negative thoughts. It's all just thinking. And the more I can simply allow that this is just the mind being the mind, and not get caught up in the mind being the mind, the more it is tamed and the more I am at peace.
In this episode, we discuss Russ Roberts' “tame problems vs. wild problems”, how even a life “well-lived” contains regret and mistakes, why you shouldn't be 100% certain about any decisions you make, and the myth of free will.
Every feel flooded? Triggered? Too emotionally hijacked to respond calmly to yourkids' big feelings and challenging behaviors? Join our conversation with Jen Lumanlan of Your Parenting Mojo to talk about ways to calm our minds and bodies so we don't keep losing our shit on our kids!Jen explores ways we can stop cycles of trauma and begin healing through our parenting practices. Her Taming Your Triggers Workshop is LIVE! This is the course we ALL need to be able to lean in with calm clarity to support our kids through their big feelings and challenging behaviors. CLICK TO LEARN MORE! Sliding scale pricing available -- Doors close this coming Wednesday, October 12th!Taming Your Triggers is a research-based approach that provides a solid foundation of tools and provides support, a nonjudgmental presence, and even lasting friendship through the community.When you join the Taming Your Triggers workshop, you'll learn:✔️What is a trigger, and how to identify yours✔️How to help your child WANT to cooperate with you, so you don't have to lose your cool✔️Where triggers come from - examining previously experienced trauma, as well as the stresses of daily life✔️How to use mindfulness (in just a few minutes a day!) to help you avoid being triggered in the first place, and respond more effectively when you are occasionally still triggered✔️How to recognize when you're in frame of mind that makes you susceptible to feeling triggered, and take specific steps to make yourself more trigger-proofCLICK TO LEARN MORE! Sliding scale pricing available -- Doors close Wednesday October 12th!Relevant Links:- Our Shop - GUIDES + PRINTS!- Our Resources Page- Our Coaching page- Amber Okamura, Upbringing's Artist- Mary Schroeder, Upbringing's Letterer- Alex Olavarria, our producer, musician, editor + husband/brother in lawVisit our website, www.upbringing.co to learn more about us and sign up for our newsletter! We want to hear your thoughts. We care deeply about what you think and how you're doin', so get in touch -- we're better together.Email us: email@example.comFollow Upbringing on Instagram: @upbringing.coJoin us to explore topics such as: parenting, motherhood, discipline, resistance, RIE parenting, feminist parenting, toddlers, tantrums, potty training, mindful parenting, conscious parenting, evidence-based parenting, positive parenting, respectful parenting, simplicity parenting and positive discipline.
If classroom management is a big, scary, eyeballs all over the place, monster of a blob to you, then this episode is for you! To be honest, my first few years of teaching, I thought a prize box and candy were the key to classroom management.I have learned better.And today, I'm going to help you on your journey to taming classroom management. I'm going to show you the framework I use that keeps my students well managed, engaged, and adds to my teacher joy. We'll start with the most fundamental aspect of classroom management and next week we'll work our way up.I promise, you can tame the classroom management blob too!Links in today's episode:Today's blog postJoyful Teacher Academy waitlist
We start the show with heavily requested guest Sadie Crowell, who has history with both Bri, and Josh. We go through her and Josh's beef originating in him flaking on her, her relationship with Baylen Levine, hanging out in Nashville with Tayler Holder, if she has anything going on with Rocky Yarbrough, and what happened with her and a certain enemy of the pod. We finish with a game of FMK that pits DILFs, Tik Tok stars, and her friends up against each other. We then get into headlines with the big story of Yung Gravy and Sheri Nicole making out at the VMA's. We talk about who is at fault, how it is impacting Addison, Monty's reaction, Dave's beef with Monty after last week's pod, Taylor Swift's VMA redemption, and go through all the VMA looks. We continue with Charli and Heidi D'Amelio joining Dancing With The Stars, Bryce Hall continuing to beef with Tayler Holder, KSI fighting two people at once, Austin Mahones clarifying why he tried to steal Amanda Diaz from Kio, Gabbie Hanna going wild on Tik Tok, Olivia Wilde lying about Shia Lebouf's firing, and reacting to Harry Styles acting. We finish with BFFs corner where we figure out whether or not Josh is making a disstrack with Landon Barker, and get to the bottom of whose house Josh was at when he filmed his response to not looking at Nessa in Canada. Support Our Sponsors! Takis : Try Takis and face the intensity! Birddogs: Go to https://barstool.link/BirddogsBSS and use promo code BFF for a free Birddogs rope hat!