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Law of Attraction Changed My Life
3 Life Lessons The Law of Attraction Has Taught Me

Law of Attraction Changed My Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 25:21 Very Popular


Hi bitches, how has your week been?  I hope you enjoy this episode on three of the life lessons I have learnt through the law of attraction.  Please rate & review this podcast if you can, and if you subscribe you will see every time I release a new episode! (every Friday).  You can find me at:  www.instagram.com/francescaamber www.instagram.com/lawofattractionchangedmylife Thanks or listening, I will see you next week!Fran xxxJoin my Book Club! Join my Patreon for exclusive content, monthly self-improvement book club, Off Topic podcast & more!Join the Book Club Bitches Join my Patreon for exclusive content, monthly self-improvement book club, Off Topic podcast & more!Visit My Website The one-stop place for all the shit I've got going on! Wired For Wealth Workshop Sign up to my three week manifesting money workshop with over 5 hours of video content. Try Hello Fresh for 50% off! Uplevel your diet, get 50% off your first box then 35% off your next three boxes. Code: HelloFA50Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers
Always Draft Season: What Past Drafts Have Taught Us

Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 49:56


Always Draft Season: What Past Drafts Have Taught Us Hosts Jake Schyvinck & Mason Thompson: @JakeNFLDraft, @Thompson22Mason It's Always Draft Season is brought to you by Packernet.com and the Packernet Podcast Network. Packers, Green Bay Packers, NFL, Football Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Custom Green Bay Packers Talk Radio Podcast
Always Draft Season: What Past Drafts Have Taught Us

Custom Green Bay Packers Talk Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 49:56


Always Draft Season: What Past Drafts Have Taught Us Hosts Jake Schyvinck & Mason Thompson: @JakeNFLDraft, @Thompson22Mason It's Always Draft Season is brought to you by Packernet.com and the Packernet Podcast Network. Packers, Green Bay Packers, NFL, Football Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Make More Money as a Dietitian
EP.161: What My Dentist Taught Me About Money

Make More Money as a Dietitian

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 23:59


Dental work can be expensive, even if you have insurance. I know this for sure because I have A LOT of dental work going on at the moment and my dentist has NO problem charging what her services are worth.   Today on the Make More Money as a Dietitian Podcast, I'm sharing with you what my dentist taught me about money. This is more of a confirmation of what I already know about money, but my hope is that this episode will inspire you and give you more confidence, as well!     WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE The reason I have a $40,000 dental bill. What my dentist said about dental insurance and dental reimbursement. How my dentist keeps her dental practice running and THRIVING. Why you need to charge what your services are worth, no matter if you take insurance or you have a self-pay nutrition business.     FEATURED ON THE SHOW Work with Christine as your business coach. Learn more about private coaching and schedule a Consult Call w/ Christine so she can discuss the details of how she can help you start & grow your business this year.     Grab a copy of the “How to Calculate Your Rate as an RD Entrepreneur”  Workbook  

How I Work
Dr Catriona Wallace's million-dollar nose ring and what it taught her about running a business

How I Work

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 40:51


Would you say no to a million dollars? Imagine if your business was minutes away from securing a huge investment boost, only for the founder to turn it down. What could possibly make her say no to such a big payday?  A nose ring.  Dr Catriona Wallace founded Flamingo AI, which became only the second women-led company to list on the ASX, and she takes money seriously. She explains how some investors inject “bad money” into your business, and teases out the most important lessons she's learned about leadership across the course of her career.  She also details the differences between running a public and a private company, and shares her excitement over the future of healing and wellness practices across the world.  Connect with Catriona on Twitter and Linkedin *** My new book Time Wise is out now. You can grab a copy here.   Connect with me on the socials: Linkedin Twitter Instagram    If you're looking for more tips to improve the way you work, I write a fortnightly newsletter that contains three cool things I have discovered that help me work better, which range from interesting research findings through to gadgets I am loving. You can sign up for that at http://howiwork.co Visit https://www.amantha.com/podcast for full show notes from all episodes. Get in touch at amantha@inventium.com.au   CREDITS Produced by Inventium Host: Amantha Imber Production Support from Deadset Studios Episode Producer: Liam Riordan Sound Engineer: Martin Imber

Sleepover talks
What has Covid taught me.

Sleepover talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:06


Hello! Hello! Welcome to positive talks! I am your host Christina in today episode we are talking about how Covid hit me also what it has taught me. It was a well deserved break, remember to take care of yourself always! ♥️ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christina-fuentes5/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christina-fuentes5/support

Adam Carolla Show
Part 1: Balance Can't Be Taught + August Calls In (ACS August 3)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 58:10 Very Popular


Adam shares some fine art created by his old friend Chris Darga, and the gang recounts their different childhood experiences at Malibu Grand Prix locations. With his daughter now surfing, Adam remembers helping her cultivate balance at an early age and how that's different than teaching her. Adam and Chris discuss how they are going to the premiere of Joe Koy's new movie ‘Easter Sunday' and Bryan explains why movie premieres are only fun if you're a VIP. Mike August calls in to defend himself about the incident at the FivePoint Amphitheatre, explaining his whereabouts on the day of the Blues Traveler concert. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com

Strictly Business
What Putting on 10,000 Concerts Has Taught Peter Shapiro About Life and the Live Music Business

Strictly Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 36:47


Peter Shapiro, veteran concert promoter, venue owner and author of the new book “The Music Never Stops: What Putting on 10,000 Shows Has Taught Me About Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Magic,” talks about his lifelong love of the Grateful Dead, how he set out to succeed as an entrepreneur and his thoughts on the controversial dynamic pricing model for concert tickets.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Two Left Feet Podcast
What should be taught in a Beginner Class?

Two Left Feet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 3:29


What moves and in which order should I teach my friends?   proper technique is the best gift you can give your friends. having to unlearn bad habits, can be very difficult and very dishearting.   There is a youtube Channel Called salsaventura. He has something he calls the six turn system. He explains that 80% of moves are based on six techniques (inside, outside, cross body inside/outside, enchufla, reverse cross body). You can do those turns with different handholds (single, both hands, handshake hold, right above, left above). In theory understanding this gets you 30 different moves. Then as a lead you can learn to do all the turns yourself to give the follow a break. I think that's the best way for beginners to get going.   After that I think you could learn cuddle position, hammerlock, copa, around the world. I think that's a solid intermediate dancer if you know all those things.   Also definitely add in some safety tips (peripheral vision, Safety is the responsibility of the leader, dance in your box or lane)     #Salsa #Bachata #Kizomba #Podcast #BrazilianZouk #Dance #Tarraxinha #Zouk #Passada #RetroZouk #Ginga #Bolero #Forro #Lamba #LambaZouk #Afro #Latin #African #Socialdance #Socialdancing #Partnerdance #Partnerdancing #Pachanga #Lambada #Dance #Dancers     2LF Links    _______________________________________________   Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tw0LeftFeet Instagram: tw0_left_feet Website: https://2leftfeet.blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2171874589599779/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TwoLeftFeetPodcast/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/two-left-feet-podcast/id1454425997 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5bQSnwKDmHbDQdgnZ0OrC3 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Twoleftfeet Youtube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR109vJ4Pbl146Ok1u5vSuA Anchor:  https://anchor.fm/twoleftfeetpodcast          

Entrepreneur MBA
What 2,000 Business Marketing Audits Have Taught Me

Entrepreneur MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 40:23


In today's podcast, Derek Champagne from The Artist Evolution and Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions discuss the marketing best practices for small business owners based on hands-on experience. Whether you're just starting your business or you have been in business for years, effective marketing strategies will help you achieve a great deal of success. 

Quit Bleeping Around
369: The Career Toolkit: Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You with Mark Herschberg

Quit Bleeping Around

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:39


In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around®, awesome superachiever, author, and self-improvement expert Christina Eanes interviews Mark Herschberg. Mark is the author of The Career Toolkit, Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You. Educated at MIT, Mark has spent his career launching and fixing new ventures at startups, Fortune 500s, and academia. He's developed new software languages, online marketplaces, new authentication systems, and tracked criminals and terrorists on the dark web. In this episode, Mark provides some advice from his book on what you need to know for your career. If you'd like to learn more about Mark, visit his website at CareerToolkitBook.com. For more info about Christina, visit ChristinaEanes.com Episode Credits: Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com) Host: Christina Eanes (quitbleepingaround.com) Outros Announcer: Linnea Sage (linneasage.com) Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing

Cigargoyle Lounge
Nightcap- Taught Not Learned

Cigargoyle Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 59:23


Disingenuous discussions online can lead to scenarios where... well someone makes a claim that """"technically"""" isn't true.. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cigargoyle/support

In Grace Radio Podcast
What Daniel Has Taught Me – Part 2

In Grace Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 25:57


Find out the most important lessons from God's faithful prophet as Jim Scudder, Jr. concludes his verse-by-verse study of the Book of Daniel. The post What Daniel Has Taught Me – Part 2 appeared first on InGrace with Jim Scudder, Jr..

Indieheads Podcast
194: Ab-Soul Taught Me To Think For Myself

Indieheads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


You could have heard this episode 48 hours early by supporting us on Patreon for as low as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/IndieheadsPodcast. On this episode, Matty, Jackie, Rose and Max (plus a cameo from Gavin) dive into the world of conscious and conspiracy rap gone wrong. Songs discussed: Ab-Soul – Terrorist Threats (feat. Danny Brown & Jhene Aiko) Immortal […]

Sales Hustle
#374 S2 Episode 243 - NOBODY TAUGHT ME THAT! Learning How To Do A Business The Hard Way

Sales Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 6:34


IT'S EASIER SAID THAN DONE!This is Donnie Boivin's realization when a lot of people told him that doing business can bring you an easier life, but nobody would tell him how to do it. Donnie is the CEO of Success Champions, and the host of his own badass podcast, Growth Mode.Join Donnie as he shares with Collin his story and the challenges of doing business without knowing what to do, only here in another edition of Sales Transformation!Jazz up your sales mindset with Kevin Dorsey aka KD and some of the brightest minds in sales in Live Better Sell Better!Stop sending boring sales e-mails or videos and start sending catchy GIFs and Memes with VIDU.io!Power up your podcast experience by joining our Free Podcast Community!HIGHLIGHTSIntroducing Donnie BoivinPeople tell you how great a business is, but not how to do itLearning business through podcastingDoing business is great, but not easyQUOTESDonnie's hard realization in business:“Let me tell you, building a company kicked the sh*t out of me, and I realized that nobody was actually out there teaching people how to build businesses.”Donnie on improving his business with podcasting:“I finally turned the company around, and now built a global brand around the idea of helping people grow and scale their businesses from introductions and actually putting the right processes and systems in place.”Connect with Tommy and learn more about what he's been working on!About DonnieAbout Growth ModeAbout Success ChampionsConnect with Collin and find out what's new in Sales Transformation and other things he's up to:About CollinAbout SalescastSalescast CommunitySales TransformationWanna kick off your own kick-ass podcast?Already have one? How about growing it, or even monetizing it?LET'S TALK.

In Grace Radio Podcast
What Daniel Has Taught Me – Part 1

In Grace Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:57


Find out the most important lessons from God's faithful prophet as Jim Scudder, Jr. concludes his verse-by-verse study of the Book of Daniel. The post What Daniel Has Taught Me – Part 1 appeared first on InGrace with Jim Scudder, Jr..

Patriots Player & Coach Audio
DeMarcus Covington 8/1: ''Always was taught as you continue to climb, you pull somebody up"

Patriots Player & Coach Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:05


Patriots defensive line coach DeMarcus Covington addresses the media on Monday, August 1st, 2022.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Gerry Anderson Podcast
Pod 216: Thunderbirds taught James Swallow how to write Edge-of-your Seat Action

The Gerry Anderson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 81:30


Keep arms and legs inside the podcast at all times! It's a wild ride this week for Richard and Jamie as they check their monitors for a FAB Fact. Chris Dale wants to travel in time and best-selling author James Swallow joins us to talk about the important role of Gerry Anderson shows in the galaxy of sci-fi and adventure titles. From video games to young adult novels, James explains how the aspirational heroes of Thunderbirds provided inspiration for the kind of heroes he would one day create in his work! 01:07 Welcome to the Gerry Anderson Podcast! 04:55 FAB Rolling Facts 10:07 Emails are pouring in! 17:30 The Gerry Anderson News! (Slimline) See links below 21:17 Posts from the Podcast Facebook Group 26:53 James Swallow - Part One 47:22 Tweety Tweet Tweet Tweets 52:11 The Randomiser with Chris Dale 1:17:05 Wrapping things up! Links Mentionedhttps://jswallow.com/ (James Swallow Official Site) or on https://twitter.com/jmswallow/ (Twitter), https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFeuLSFCs-sSX-XbaOVYQHg (YouTube), and https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/32643.James_Swallow (Goodreads) https://shop.gerryanderson.com/products/tv21-page-design-tshirt-mens-t-shirt (TV Century 21 Retro T-Shirts) Never Miss An Episodehttps://www.facebook.com/groups/403736177096059/ (Join the Podsterons Facebook group) http://gerryandersonpodcast.com/listen (Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts) https://andr.sn/randomiser (The Randomiser with Chris Dale) Help The Showhttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-gerry-anderson-podcast/id1396254711 (Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts) Tweet about it! Use the hashtag #GerryAndersonPodcast @ImJamieAnderson / @RichardNJames / @ChrisDalek https://andr.sn/insiders (Join the Anderson Insiders for Extra Content) Stay In TouchEmail Podcast AT GerryAnderson.com https://andr.sn/email (Join the Email Newsletter)

Julien Blanc | The Vault
Unexpected Things Fatherhood Has Taught Me: Lessons I Learned From Being A Dad

Julien Blanc | The Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 37:20


Becoming a parent changes you... Here are the top lessons and epiphanies that I've learned from being a father! More @ https://www.julienhimself.com/

26 West Church: Audio Podcast
Encountering Jesus: The Choice Before Us

26 West Church: Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 44:27


Luke 10v38-42 When Jesus comes to the house of Martha and Mary we see two different responses to him, and Luke brings us face to face with our choice of what we will value. Taught by Steve Marshman and Taylor

Girl, Get Your Face Off A Bus Bench
Episode 69: What Turning 40 Taught Me: Navigating Motherhood And Loss As An Entrepreneur

Girl, Get Your Face Off A Bus Bench

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 22:20


It's Kristi's birthday this week, so of course we are having a birthday celebration episode for her! Woot woot! Kristi turned 40 last year, and this year we are checking in on what her first year in her 40s was like. Kristi's year has truly been an emotional rollercoaster. What started out with a 40th birthday bash as we were coming out of the pandemic, and getting ready to welcome a new baby in 2022, turned into a series of losses for Kristi that rocked her to the core. We talk about motherhood, recurrent miscarriage, marriage, and surviving what turned out to be a very difficult year as a mamapreneur. We also dove into what growth has looked like for her this year, what she's looking forward to most during her next trip around the sun, how she's working on staying grounded through it all.   You might need a tissue or two for this one, but we hope you will find some inspiration in it and join us in celebrating one amazing woman! Happy Birthday, Kristi!  Let's dive in.

Mind Wrench Podcast
Episode #92 - The Power of One More is caught, not taught!- with Ed Mylett

Mind Wrench Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 21:10


Episode Notes: Ever experience that feeling of satisfaction you get when you do one more of something?Last day of the month, goal has been met & you close one more sale…Doing a workout, you finish a set & do one more rep… 1 more minute on the treadmill…Or, thinking of quitting on your job, your relationship, your diet and you don't for just one more day?This week, I'm sharing a clip from Ed Mylett, Ed is a motivational speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He is the author of the epic new book "The Power of One More" and has been featured on several podcasts and interviews.I bought this book recently and I'm really enjoying the great lessons it contains (and it's easy to read for us "well-seasoned" folks!) In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. Why Ed Mylett believes that 'one more' is so important in your life 2. How Ed developed the skills he has today 3. What the 'one more try' chapter in Ed 's book is about  Need one-on-one Mindset or Personal Development coaching? – drop me a note @ www.rickselover.com/services 

Liahona
What Filming the Book of Mormon Videos Taught Me about God's Love

Liahona

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


What Filming the Book of Mormon Videos Taught Me about God's Love

Wayfarer
What Indiana Jones Taught Me About Holiness (CaD 1 Sam 6)

Wayfarer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 7:04


There's a moment at the end of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" that is a brilliant piece of writing and filmmaking. It takes the audience on a roller coast ride of emotions from disappointment to wonder to horror and it ends with awe. A chapter-a-day podcast from 1 Samuel 6. The text version may be found and shared at tomvanderwell.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/support

East Bay Bible Fellowship
What covid has taught us

East Bay Bible Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 56:14


What covid has taught us by Ari Prado

Indieheads Podcast
[PREVIEW] 194: Ab-Soul Taught Me To Think For Myself

Indieheads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


Listen to this episode 48 hours early by supporting us on Patreon for as low as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/IndieheadsPodcast.

Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin
Why Stretching Does More for You Than You Were Ever Taught with Kelly Harrick

Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 24:49


“People don't realize that stress causes muscle tension, yet stretching can release that tension. That's why they feel better when they get off our tables.” - Kelly Harrick Kelly Harrick grew up in a small town in western Kansas – so small the town only had one stoplight. However, that close-knit community was a gift to her as it allowed her to get to know everybody in town, including the one and only physical therapist whose family she began babysitting when she was a young girl. In today's episode, Kelly shares the impact those early connections had on her life, as well as her inspiring story of how she fell in love with helping people feel better. After a successful and fulfilling career as a physical therapist for many years, Kelly decided to take a break and went out searching for how she could take her passion of helping people to a new level. This episode includes the inspirational journey of how Stretch Zone was founded and how changed our community's perspective about the ever-growing benefits of stretching. She also provides some bonus tips on how often you should be stretching throughout the day at home, how stretching impacts your stress levels, and why people say they feel younger and lighter after their time at Stretch Zone. About Today's Guest: Kelly Harrick took her passion for stretching and built a business around it. Today, she is the owner-operator of Stretch Zone in Kansas City, where they help people increase their range of motion gradually by utilizing their patented equipment alongside their practitioners. Kelly has been a physical therapist for over 25 years, specifically working with orthopedic patients. Opening Stretch Zone became a passion for her because she wanted to use her wellness background to help people experience less pain, improve their flexibility, and even increase their circulation. She believes that if we all start with the base of stretching, other things in the body get better. Mentioned in the Episode: Stretch Zone Stretch Zone Patented Equipment & Practitioners Quadrants of Well-Being 21 Days to Better Posture Program

303Endurance Podcast
Mark Allen Teaser

303Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 38:45


Welcome to Episode #346 of the 303 Endurance Podcast. You are listening to your weekly connection to coaches, experts, and pro athletes to help you reach your endurance goals. We're your hosts coach Rich Soares and 303 Chief Bill Plock. Thanks for joining us for another week of endurance interviews and discussion. In Today's Show Discussion - Best Questions (and Answers) Ask Me Anything with Mark Allen Endurance News Gustav Iden and Ashleigh Gentle Wins + Results of the PTO Canadian Open in Edmonton What's new in the 303 Kyle Coon Joins Team INFINIT Boulder 70.3 Course and Athlete Info Harvest Moon Sept 10th nearly sold out Video of the Week Show Sponsor: UCAN Take your performance to the next level with UCAN Energy and Bars made with SuperStarch®  UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars and stimulants to fuel athletes.  UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products.  Steady energy equals sustained performance and a faster finish line!   Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly!  Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co   Feature Discussion: Mark Allen Q&A   Mark Allen, named "The Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time" by ESPN, has won the IRONMAN® World Championships 6 times, the Nice International Triathlon 10 times, and the first recognized Olympic Distance Triathlon World Championship. He went undefeated in 21 straight races for an incredible two-year winning streak. He has been inducted into the Hall of Fame for IRONMAN, USA Triathlon, and the International Triathlon Union. Allen has coached for 28 years and is now a coach on the TriDot platform.   Best Questions and Answer from Thursday, July 28th from 8-9pm CT:   Question: Why did you choose TriDot?   Answer: Paving the way for how this industry is going to change. This is the future of triathlon training. It's reached a point where there's too much data for a coach to evaluate and adjust training fast enough. Been watching this trend for many years. "This is what I've been looking for and I didn't know it existed."   Question: Besides nutrition, what is the diff between training for 70.3 and 140.6?  Do you recommend 70.3 first?   Answer: Experience is helpful to learn pacing and begin to understand nutrition. Misconception that the training is double. Fitness to do a 70.3 is 2/3 to 3/4s of what you need for an Ironman. Those long rides and runs get you the remaining training. You pace your race to give it everything you have for the distance. An Ironman feels a little bit longer than a 70.3.   Question: What is the most important skill to master as an athlete? Coach?   Answer: Pacing yourself. Follow the training, be consistent and make it a lifestyle. As a coach, respond to an athlete when they have a need. If it takes two weeks to get back to an athlete. I try to be very responsive. TriDot allows me to see what I do very efficiently. "Using this technology is a lot like using an MRI to diagnose an ailment vs a stethoscope."   Question: Key to a fast marathon?   Answer: Have pace yourself on the swim and the bike. Manage yourself, pace yourself and nutrition. Get extra fitness on the bike. Get out of the water fresh. Over distance in the swim and over distance on the bike. Marathon focus on preparing for what you can take in for nutrition. Do the brick workouts with the 20-40 minutes for running.   Question: What is the mental strategy when you want to skip a workout?  Advice to keep attacking it and getting better?   Answer: It's important to identify the key workouts each week. It's more important to balance the sport with the rest of your life. You don't want to lose all the other things that are important to save 3 minutes on the bike. If you find those key workouts, they will give you 80-90% of what you need. The other workouts will help, but they only get you the remaining 10-20%. If getting all your workouts in causes stress in other parts of your life, that's not the goal. If you are feeling like not training, you need to ask yourself if you are recovered enough. Listen to your body. There's no device or metric that can replace how you feel. I like to get out the door and if after 10 minutes you feel like you're full of lactate or feeling lethargic, then turn around and go back home.   Question: What are some of your mental strategies during tough spots in IRONMAN?   Answer: How you deal with it starts long before the race. There will things that will come up that you couldn't have expected. You don't need a perfect race to race perfectly. If your goggles get kicked off, put them back on. You drop a water bottle. Shake it off and get an extra the next time. When you get to the whining phase, I have to change the channel. Get to a mental state where you take a big breath, stop the voice in my head, and analyze what's going on. Maybe I can walk a bit and be steady quiet and engaged. What ever my potential attention and energy I can bring, bring 100% of that. What's my purpose? Do I drop out? My body is working at 20% capacity. If I can give 100% of the 20%, I'll do that. You will be proud of the peace, purpose and quiet and strength to finish.   Question: What is your inner dialogue when you are racing? Do you have a phrase or mantra?   Answer: You should have the positive affirmation. Early in my career I tried that. When you do fall apart, I was never able to remember the mantras. I'm not light as a feather on the marathon, I feel like an elephant. The most powerful place to race from is a quiet mind. In a way you tune everything out but yourself and your process and engaged in the moment and not judging. Try to lock in and give everything I have. There's a magical switch point where all of a sudden you realize you are giving everything I have that day.   Question: How do the principals in your book show up in your coaching?   Answer: Fit Soul / Fit Body. Each of those elements got me from trying to win to winning IRONMAN. Quiet the mind Key. What is your Quest? Why does this have important for you? Is it part of the fulfillment of being a part of a community? Live what you asked for? What does it take to win the IRONMAN? Follow what TriDot is telling you to do. Go hard when you need and easy when you need. Taught me how to be fulfilled even when I have bad days of training and racing. Nothing is inherently good or bad, it's just how you react to it. Phil Liggett looks like Mark Allen is a matching. I was just steady and controlled.   Question: Tips for older athletes and taking days off.   Answer: I'm 64 and I don't take days off. You need to be tuned into your body and take a day off and recover and regenerate. You need to eat a little more good quality protein to stimulate the body to rebuild. Strength training is also key. It can be body weights and cords. If you just swim, bike and run.  20 year study on Boston Marathoners. 1 group just run. 2nd group that did strength and running kept all their muscle mass. Sleep and recovery. Protein and strength training.   Question: What advice do you have for amateurs for longevity in the sport.   Answer: Be consistent. Be steady with your training and recovery. You can only absorb so much stress. If you overdo it you will become stressed and overtrained. This sport should bring fulfillment and happiness.   Question: If I go into my anaerobic zone during my aerobic, will I burn carbohydrate the rest of the workout.   Answer: Depends on how long and how fit. When you aerobic, your ancient genetics detects danger and the adrenal system starts and turns off fat burning and continues to burn carbohydrate. It's a survival adaptation. You go into high stress physiology. It's not a faucet you turn on and off. It's more like a river that continues to flow for several hours. That's why people bonk.   Question: What's the best marker for choosing to go pro?   Answer: What do you think your potential is? If you feel like your just getting going, go for it. If you're just barely there and you think your at your potential.   Question: What hydration / nutrition to avoid cramps?   Answer: Different cramps have different reasons. Early in the swim your feet cramp - typically when you are under high stress. Your body excretes sodium and magnesium when under stress and your adrenal system kicks in. Okay to have a little anxiety. As best as you can load up on sodium and magnesium. You need to keep on top of magnesium all year. If late in the race the quads cramp, it's because you are putting more load on the quads during the race. Do strength work so you have extra muscle to utilize. Calf cramps come from being under stress for a long time. When your adrenal system gets depleted you get calf cramps. Side stitches come from fast shallow breathing. Slow down the breathing and take deeper breathing. Otherwise rub your knuckles on the sternum.   Question: What gets you most jazzed about the future of the sport?   Answer: Seeing this whole new generation of pros and redefining what is possible. We've had several generations. You can tell some of these great athletes like Daniel and Alistair are on the way out. The way these new athletes like Kristian Blummenfelt and the Sam Longs and Laura Phillips are a new generation that want to race the top folks. Not like it used to be were the new pros were scared cats.     Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. Buddy Insurance gives you peace of mind to enjoy your training and racing to the fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.    Get on-demand accident insurance just in case the unexpected happens. Buddy ensures you have cash for bills fast.  This is accident insurance not health and life insurance.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out!   Endurance News:   PTO Canadian Open 2022 results: Ashleigh Gentle runs to glory Australia's Ashleigh Gentle claimed a superb victory in the inaugural PTO Canadian Open in Edmonton on Saturday.   When Gentle exited the three-lap swim just 24 seconds back on Vittoria Lopes, one of the best triathlon swimmers in the world, it was perhaps a sign of things to come. It was a dream start and it set up a memorable day for Ashleigh.   A well-paced bike ride followed, and the addition of a killer run resulted in $100k first prize courtesy of a comprehensive victory in the debut event of the 2022 PTO Tour. With a wedding coming up, it was quite timely! Gentle delivered in some style.   Swim – Lopes leads the way Brazilian short-course specialist and middle distance debutant Lopes, said goodbye to the rest of the field inside the first few minutes of the three-lap, 2km swim at Hawrelak Park.   With the field including Lauren Brandon (USA) and Sara Perez Sala (ESP), among the top-ranked swimmers from the PTO's number-crunching, that was an impressive start. Given that she exited the swim at Tokyo 2020 on the feet of Jess Learmonth in a very select group at the Olympic Games, perhaps not surprising – but still very impressive.   Brandon and Perez Sala were in the small chase group along with Julie Derron (SUI) and Gentle. That represented a fantastic start for the Australian, who had been a minute down on Perez Sala in the opening discipline (over a shorter distance), at CLASH Miami. If she could maintain that to the swim exit in Edmonton, a great start to her day.   Lopes did lead into T1, but Brandon was only 12 seconds back after a strong third loop, with Derron, Perez Sala and Gentle a further 10 seconds down. Unfortunately for Lopes, going the wrong side of one of the swim buoys would cost her a 30-second penalty later in the race.   Among the pre-race favourites chasing were Holly Lawrence (GBR), Paula Findlay (CAN), Ellie Salthouse (AUS) and Nicola Spirig (SUI) – all around 1:10 down, but not the best start for Emma Pallant-Browne (GBR) or Laura Philipp (GER) in relative terms. The Brit was 3:35 down, with Laura a few seconds further back. The German had four athletes behind her, and 27 ahead… time to go to work.   Bike – fast Findlay takes control The bike course in Edmonton comprised of four laps of 20km. As the race started to take shape going into lap two, Lopes – on her standard WTCS road bike – was still holding strong at the front but home favourite Findlay was now only 10 seconds back in second place, having made up 1:15 on the bike.   Gentle, Salthouse, Spirig (road bike, of course!) and Derron followed, just over 30 seconds down.   India Lee was seemingly having a great day (9th at this stage, +1:46) and riding just in front of Lawrence. Philipp had moved up to 16th (+2:57) and was riding quicker then everyone except Findlay.   Pallant-Browne's day looked as though it was all but over however. From riding with Philipp, she dropped from the timings suddenly, with news subsequently confirmed that she had suffered a front wheel flat. Very frustrating, and with $1million on the line and the last chance to display Collins Cup form, potentially very costly too.   The end of lap two represented the halfway mark of the ride, by which point Findlay's charge had seen her take the lead and continue to set the fastest splits on two wheels.   Findlay crossed the 40km time split with an advantage of just over a minute on a quartet of Gentle, Salthouse, Spirig and Lopes. Jocelyn McCauley was sixth, 2:08 back. Philipp was now in seventh, 2:40 back and continuing to gain ground.   Another lap on and the Findlay lead had grown to 1:34, with the chasing quartet of Gentle, Salthouse, Spirig and Lopes together. McCauley was still having a great race, 2:16 back in sixth, with Philipp holding pace to Findlay, but still 2:42 back in seventh. She would be hoping to reduce that a touch ahead of the upcoming 18km run.   Completing the top 10 at the 60km mark on the bike were Skye Moench (USA), Jacqui Hering (USA) and Lawrence (GBR), four minutes behind the hometown leader.   McCauley's progress continued through the final lap, which saw Findlay start the 18km run with a significant lead. Following on the four-lap course were Gentle (+2:04), Salthouse (+2:14), McCauley (+2:19), Philipp (+2:32) and Spirig (+2:42). After taking that penalty incurred in the swim, Lopes started the run in seventh (+3:32).   Run – Gentle takes control Gentle looked brilliant from the start of the run and immediately started gaining on the 2020 PTO Champion Findlay, reducing a 2:04 deficit to 1:35 within the first 2.5km. Philipp had moved into third and was also gaining on Paula – but most significantly she was losing time to Gentle, the 2018 ITU Grand Final winner.   At the end of lap one of four, Findlay's lead was down to just one minute over a flowing Gentle, but Philipp's charge from 28th exiting the water was perhaps coming to a stall. Still in third, she remained 2:30 back and was matching, but not catching, the pace of Paula. Unless anything changed, this was all pointing towards an Australian winner.   The inevitable pass came around the 7.5km mark, and by the midpoint of the run (9km), she was already 23 seconds up, with Philipp now three minutes back in third. Making rapid progress and now up to fourth was Chelsea Sodaro, who had finished a distant second to Philipp at IRONMAN Hamburg. The tables looked set to be turned here, unless the German could raise her pace over the closing kilometres.   Ashleigh Gentle PTO Canadian Open 2022 finish Photo by Darren Wheeler (www.thatcameraman.com) While she didn't get the win, a very happy Findlay held strong for second place and a $70k pay cheque.   The battle to complete the podium went to the final few hundred metres, when Sodaro hit the afterburners and left Philipp unable to respond.   PTO Canadian Open 2022 Results – Pro Women Saturday July 23, 2022 – 2km / 80km / 18km – Edmonton   Ashleigh Gentle (AUS) – 3:30:54 Paula Findlay (CAN) – 3:33:16 Chelsea Sodaro (USA) – 3:34:56 Laura Philipp (GER) – 3:35:10 Julie Derron (SUI) – 3:36:18 Holly Lawrence (GBR) – 3:37:43 Vittoria Lopes (BRA) – 3:38:14 Ellie Salthouse (AUS) – 3:38:34 Sophie Watts (USA) – 3:39:28 Nicola Spirig (SUI) – 3:39:50 India Lee (GBR) – 3:45:04 Nikki Bartlett (GBR) – 3:46:15 Laura Siddall (GBR) – 3:49:06 DNF. Fenella Langridge (GBR) DNF. Emma Pallant-Browne (GBR)     PTO Canadian Open 2022 results: Gustav Iden tops Blummenfelt There was plenty of action on the run at the first ever PTO Canadian Open on Sunday, but when the dust settled, it was Team Norway topping the podium once again.   Gustav Iden took the spoils of victory (including a $100k cheque for first prize) as he came home in front of compatriot Kristian Blummenfelt.   That though tells just a tiny part of the story on what was an incident-packed day in North America.   Swim – Schoeman sets the pace When we previewed the Pro Men's race in Edmonton, one of the factors we mentioned was the quality of swimmers in the field and the likelihood that the pace would be on from the start.   That, not surprisingly, proved to be the case and we saw an elite group of six break clear, headed out of the water by Henri Schoeman (RSA). Separated by just 17 seconds, Schoeman was joined by Aaron Royle (AUS), Alistair Brownlee (GBR), Sam Laidlow (FRA), Ben Kanute (USA) and Kyle Smith (NZL). Plenty of biking legs there too.   The chasers were led by Olympic, World Triathlon and IRONMAN World Champion, Blummenfelt (NOR), who was 1:16 back on the pace-setting Commonwealth Games gold medallist. The Blummenfelt ‘group' was significant, and included the likes of Miki Taagholt (DEN), Frederic Funk (GER) and Iden (NOR).   All told there were 23 athletes within two minutes of the leader after the opening three-lap, 2km swim in Hawrelak Park, but as expected, Lionel Sanders (CAN) was not one of them. ‘No Limits' was 34th of 37 in the water, 3:48 down. The slowest T1 of the entire race, by some margin, was hardly helping his cause, and he would start the bike in 35th.   Bike – Brownlee and Laidlow break clear 20km down – the end of lap one of four – and Laidlow and Brownlee had gained a small advantage, 21 seconds up on Smith and Royle. They in turn were now 10 seconds clear of Kanute and Schoeman.   The Blummenfelt/Iden/Taagholt/Funk and co. chase group started lap two 1:44 back. Sanders had Sebastian Kienle (GER) for company, but will still four minutes behind Brownlee and Laidlow at the front, but now up to 26th.   Brownlee and Laidlow continued to work well at the front, swapping the lead and both clearly fully focussed on optimising the bike section. 40km in and they were now 47 seconds up on Smith who was now riding solo.   Royle, Schoeman and Kanute had now been swept up by the Norwegian express, who has slightly reduced their deficit to 1:32. The pressure was on though, and that group was now down to just seven.   Sanders was losing nothing – but while now up to 20th and still more than four minutes back, he was gaining nothing in time terms either.   The second half of the ride didn't see too much change in terms of the shape of the race. A few seconds here and there, but when the T2 dismount line arrived, it was still Brownlee and Laidlow leading the way. Alistair's dismount however was pretty poor – clearly crossing the line.   The chase group was 1:07 back comprising of Iden, Funk, Blummenfelt, Smith, Royle, Taagholt, Pieter Heemeryck (BEL) covering 3rd-9th in close order. Sanders completed the top-10 (alongside Andrew Starykowicz) at this point and has gained back some time. He was 3:19 back as he headed towards his bike rack.   Run – Gustav holds on as Kristian battles back A late entry to the event, Brownlee had said pre-race that the run was where he was likely to struggle, courtesy of a lack of enough running miles, and he certainly didn't look too good over the opening mile as Laidlow took the lead.   Ominously, Iden and Blummenfelt were now practically stride-for-stride and less than a minute back. They also looked, well, like they usually do – brilliant.   Clearly in pain, Alistair was soon struggling big time, dropping back through the field and seemingly in danger of a DNF. In Brownlee terms, he was in hobble mode and it was painful to watch, from an athlete who has been one of the greatest we've ever seen.   Laidlow started the second lap of four with a 16 second lead, but his chances of maintaining that spot for another 4.5km were basically zero, with the way that Iden and Blummenfelt were flying… and then suddenly Blummenfelt came to an abrupt halt with an apparent hip flexor / quad injury / cramp.   Brownlee broken, Blummenfelt hobbling and just as Iden moved into the lead, Laidlow pretty much came to a stop too with cramps. Carnage all over the course – and all within about 10 minutes. Unexpected excitement and lots of things to be considered for each athlete, considering future season plans and avoiding long-term damage.   With his biggest potential challengers falling away, Iden was now in prime position. At the midway point of the run, his lead was a minute and a half over Blummenfelt, who had seemingly had his own Terminator moment, regenerated, and was looking (very) good again. Remarkable – but given his last 18 months, why expect anything different?   Aaron Royle was continuing to have a great day, holding third place (+1:48), followed by Laidlow, Heemeryck, Funk and Taagholt.   Sanders (+3:44), Smith (+3:45) and Collin Chartier (+4:55) rounded out the top ten with 9km of running remaining.   With one 4.5km lap remaining, Gustav continued to lead – but Big Blu was not giving up, bouncing back, gaining time and just 56 seconds in arrears. Surely even he couldn't take this victory?   At the final turnaround – 2.25km to go – Blummenfelt had cut that 56 seconds to 43 seconds. Exciting racing certainly, but the odds were definitely in favour of the reigning and two-time IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion.   So it proved, and despite the best efforts of his training partner, the legend of the lucky hat remained intact as Gustav Iden took victory at the PTO Canadian Open by just 27 seconds.   Royle capped a fantastic all round performance to complete the podium, ahead of an impressive Laidlow who, like Blummenfelt, bounced back from his mid-race issues for a superb fourth position.   Not the day he wanted, but if you'd told me at 3km that Brownlee would even finish the race, I'd have said you are mad. Kudos to the twice Olympic champion for showing his grit to complete the race.   Gustav Iden Kristian Blummenfelt Aaron Royle photo credit Jamie Dellimore PTO Canadian Open [Photo credit: PTO Canadian Open] PTO Canadian Open 2022 Results – Pro Men Sunday 24 July 2022 – 2km / 80km / 18km – Edmonton   Gustav Iden (NOR) – 3:10:48 Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) – 3:11:15 Aaron Royle (AUS) – 3:14:26 Sam Laidlow (FRA) – 3:14:47 Frederic Funk (GER) – 3:14:56 Pieter Heemeryck (BEL) – 3:15:23 Lionel Sanders (CAN) – 3:15:49 Max Neumann (AUS) – 3:16:39 Kyle Smith (NZL) – 3:17:02 Miki Taagholt (DEN) – 3:17:14 David McNamee (GBR) – 3:19:07 Alistair Brownlee (GBR) – 3:23:15   What's New in the 303:   Boulder 70.3 Preview and Athlete Information - Athlete Guide General: 20th Anniversary of this epic race! Fun changes and swag in store for you to help us celebrate this historic event. Swim start will be back on the beach this year! Friends and family can cool off in the swim area on the beach between 10:30am and 5pm. There will be kayaks and SUPs there for them to play around on as well! Finish line is now in front of the Visitor Center building! Be sure to continue onto the beach where we'll have a picnic lunch available for athletes, as well as the option for spectators to purchase as well. The beach will once again be a beer garden to help you celebrate your finish!   Parking and Shuttles   Course Swim starts from the swim beach and is a clockwise rectangle. Swim exit is at the marina by the boat ramp and the transition area Bike start in the res out to the parking lot and do the lollipop loop and then back past the bike out to hwy 119 where you head south to 55th and then hairpin to Oxford and hairpin then to 63rd do the right turn on Monarch and do a 180 back and turn left on Niwot and then you hit the first aid station. Continue on Neva to hwy 36 and north to Nelson and head east. Turn north on 65th. West on St Vrain. Back on 36 north to Hwy 86 to 75th and then south. Cut over to 73rd and then 71st head south on hwy 119 to the res. Run - same as last year. https://cdn1.sportngin.com/attachments/document/e798-2462512/2022_70.3_Boulder_Athlete_Guide_rs.pdf Nutrition on course - AID STATIONS Aid stations are approximately every 15 miles on the bike and approximately a mile apart on the run. The general offerings are as Follows   BIKE: Water Gatorade Endurance Formula (Flavor: Orange) Red Bull Maurten Gel 100 Maurten Gel 100 CAF 100 Bars Fruit - Banana   RUN: Water Gatorade Endurance Formula (Flavor: Lemon Lime) Red Bull Cola Maurten Gel 100 Maurten Gel 100 CAF 100 Bars Chips Pretzels Fruit - Bananas & Oranges   Kyle Coon Joins Team INFINIT 31-year-old paratriathlete continues to dominate with first place at the 2022 Paratriathlon National Championships Cincinnati, Ohio, July 20, 2022/ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – INFINIT Nutrition, the original custom nutrition company, is excited to announce the addition of National Champion paratriathlete Kyle Coon to their Team INFINIT elite athlete roster.   The 31-year-old Colorado Springs resident recently took first place at the 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Montreal in the men's PTVI category. Then went on to capture the U.S. national title in his category at the 2022 Toyota USA Paratriathlon National Championships on July 17th, with a time of 1 hour, 1 minute, 46 seconds.   “INFINIT has powered me for all of my races and training since the beginning of 2021,” said Kyle. “It tastes awesome, and I love that I can customize everything about it! I'm so excited, honored, and humbled to be part of Team INFINIT.”   After losing his vision resulting from a battle with retinoblastoma (rare cancer of the eye) at the mere age of 6, Kyle never once let his hardship prevent him from pursuing his goals. Inspired by world-class blind athlete Erik Weihenmayer, he began pursuing a life of adventure in his teenage years — Hiking to Machu Picchu in 2006, and successfully summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro the following year at the age of 15.   Harvest Moon Long Course Triathlon News - 88 slots remaining It's unbelievable how quickly this summer is flying by. In less than two months we'll be lining up for the Harvest Moon Long Course Triathlon, Duathlon, and Aquabike on September 10th. This is just a friendly registration alert that only 88 slots remain for all categories. TO REGISTER FOR THE HARVEST MOON - CLICK HERE!   Upcoming Multisport Events in Colorado (runningintheusa.com) Upcoming Classic Runs in Colorado (runningintheusa.com)   Video of the week: Quick Highlights: 2022 PTO Canadian Open Women's Race

The Southern Outdoorsmen Hunting Podcast
391 - Terrain Transitions & What they Taught Us

The Southern Outdoorsmen Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 68:06 Very Popular


On this outtro Jacob and Andrew discuss overlaps with several past guests strategies when it comes to both terrain and thermals. We recently took a scouting trip to some mountains in AL to put these ideas to the test and were not disappointed with what we found! Subjects: Slope angle shading and finding transitions between shades to look at Some crazy bedding in the steep terrain, including a bed in a small cave Learning how to identify areas where a thermal will fall late into the morning, or even all day Why we think Chuck Young can get away with playing the wind like he does in the mountains An update from a card pull at Andrew's hunting club and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Embracing Enough
What Jennifer Lopez taught me about UNLEARNING + why I'm bringing The Unlearning Lab LIVE

Embracing Enough

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 32:41


In this week's episode, I come at you solo with a lot of thoughts. Thoughts from my time on the road, thoughts on things I've been feeling, and thoughts about Jennifer Lopez's Netflix documentary, Halftime. In this episode I share what has been coming up in all of my conversations talking to women. And we're not talking about surface level conversation, I'm talking, deep, meaningful, soul quenching conversations. Listen up to why I'm literally obsessed with The Unlearning Lab, my group coaching program for women to break down the stories they have been telling themselves on repeat and how my framework has already helped women change their narrative in the most inspiring of ways. Also, I want to talk about why I decided to get back outside and have real, in-person conversations with women bringing The Unlearning Lab to be an in-person event. And then I break down and talk to you about what Jennifer Lopez has taught me about unlearning after watching her documentary, Halftime. I get into it all. If you want to grab your tickets to The Unlearning Lab LIVE! happening in Washington, DC, grab your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/379327949107 And don't worry if you can't make it in person, there's virtual tickets, too! Just enter code "virtual" at checkout.

Women's Bible Study
Are Catholics Taught To Read the Bible for Themselves?

Women's Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 8:43


As a Christian we are supposed to read the Bible.The Bible is God's very words to us so we know how the world began – why it's such a mess and how it will end.The Bible tells us what God is like and how we can know Him. But are Catholics taught to read the Bible for themselves? And if they aren't – why not?Join us today for that answer.

Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast
E482 - FF - 3 Things We Were Taught In School That Will Destroy Your Business

Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 8:06


In this Freedom Fridays episode, my personal experience will help you realize that even if you are/were not the best in school, you have a chance at a successful career.  I didn't have high grades in school but look at me now, I am able to successfully manage and grow my business in the ways I am good at. I'm not saying that what the school taught us is wrong but my point is when you're already an adult, there are many strategies to earn money that is not mainly associated to having good grades. Now, I share these tips and realizations in order to help aspiring entrepreneurs succeed as well! Interested in investing in ATMs? Check out our webinar.   Please note that investing in private placement securities entails a high degree of risk, including illiquidity of the investment and loss of principal. Please refer to the subscription agreement for a discussion of risk factors. Tired of scrambling for capital?  Check out our new FREE webinar -  How to Ensure You Never Scramble for Capital Again (The 3 Capital-Raising Secrets). Click Here to register.   CFC Podcast Facebook Group

To Love Honor and Vacuum
Do You Know What Your Wife Has Been Taught About Sex? (Rerun Summer Episode)

To Love Honor and Vacuum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 49:21


Links to things mentioned:The Great Sex Rescue: Our new book, that looks at how harmful some of these messages have beenSupport our research by joining our Patreon group! Even for as  little as $5 or $8 a month!Our "Do All Men Struggle with Lust" podcastOur open letter to Focus on the Family about Love & Respect (at the bottom of this post is links to all of the other things we've said about this book)The study on complaining and maladaptive worry and status

East Bay Bible Fellowship
What COVID Has Taught Us

East Bay Bible Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 90:43


What COVID Has Taught Us by Ari Prado

Paid Vocation with Lupe Prado
What 92 Jobs Taught Me | Chef Charles Webb

Paid Vocation with Lupe Prado

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 46:19


Episode #68. This week on the podcast, I am thrilled to be joined by Chef Charles Webb, owner of Avanti Gourmet Catering and creator and host of the docuseries #ChefonTour.  Charles is a Chicago native who grew up in both San Antonio, Texas, and Guanajuato, Mexico. He began his career in Wall Street after finishing his studies at The European School of Economics in Rome. Feeling unsatisfied in his career, he returned to the familiar realm of food and beverage doing the work that put him through college. It wasn't until witnessing 9/11 at the nearby SoHo street corner, Prince and Wooster that he decided to pursue what he loved.  He spent many years on a worldwide adventure living out his mission to follow his passion. He worked at establishments such as The Mercer Kitchen in NYC, Casas Brancas & Spa in Brazil, Noma in Copenhagen, and on mega-yachts in the Côte d'Azur. However, it was not until 92 jobs later and his return to Chicago, that he decided to become an entrepreneur. Charles launched Avanti Gourmet Catering in Chicago. Charles has built an award-winning catering business. His mission is to curate unforgettable, incredible moments for each guest at his table. He donates his time to One Goal Foundation and Lurie's Children Hospital. He is also the host and creator of #ChefonTour, an engaging, digital series built around culture, community, food, and art wrapped into travel. It captures the essence of 40 cities as seen by locals and at each destination, Charles brings together major influencers, food experts, and tastemakers to a special curated dinner.  In our conversation today, Charles shares how being resourceful and open to possibilities has allowed him to do work he loves. He talks about what working 92 jobs taught him and how that eventually led him to become an entrepreneur. Charles has such a positive energy and an incredible story.  Connect with Charles: Website Instagram Connect with Lupe: Website Instagram

EDA Move
What A Crow Taught Me About My Declining Church

EDA Move

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 5:34


for a full transcript of today's episode --> https://efcaeast.com/what-a-crow-taught-me-about-my-declining-church/

Mommylogeauxs [mom-ee-logs]
Lessons Learned, Lessons Taught

Mommylogeauxs [mom-ee-logs]

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 31:33


I'm here again with the amazing Nkechi Chibueze! We are discussing life as educators in the New Orleans public school system! Believe me, it's Hilarious

Acting Business Boot Camp
Episode 189: The Art of Humility as an Actor

Acting Business Boot Camp

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 14:45


Get the Free MP3 Humility and being humble Where is that balance between showing off, which is what some of the best Actors do, but then in the promotion or acknowledging success, finding humbleness? That emotion of humiliation: I've been at this so long, and how come I'm not making a living? Or How come things aren't working for me? I feel so humiliated.  "Humility was a tough concept for me to comprehend. Taught from childhood to place the wants and needs of others always above my own. I equated humility with taking care of others. And ignoring my own feelings and needs." Being taught, you always think of the other person first. And although that is a lovely concept, if you're always thinking of other people, you are drying up your own well. The problem is you cannot give from a dry well.  You cannot give money from an empty pocketbook. Because when you truly take care of yourself, you can truly take care of other people. And it is only when you have a full well that you can truly give to others.  The problem is, is that when you're giving from a dry well, what happens is that resentment builds up. "I have learned that true humility is not degrading. It doesn't require that I neglect my own needs. In fact, humility is not measured by how much I do for other people. But my willingness to do my part in my relationship with a power greater than myself and my understanding of that."  Say these words: I am willing, I am willing, I am willing, I am willing to show up. I am willing to do what is required of me. I am willing to learn my lessons. Humility is learned often when there has been maybe a touch of humiliation, or I'm feeling overwhelmed. Actors, as artists, are to be vessels for the universe's work, to be vessels for the universe's work. But to do that, we need to be willing, and we need to have a certain level of humility about where we are at.  Responsibility is being willing. By saying, "I'm willing to take responsibility. And what I'm saying I'm willing to take responsibility for is doing those things that will move me to that next level and learn that life lesson." Take responsibility for the thoughts that go on in your head. We're not responsible for our first thought. But we are responsible for our second. And so when I say I'm willing and I'm in that place of humility, I can say, "Hey universe: I am willing. I am willing to step up, I am willing to dress up. I am willing to show up. I am willing to take responsibility for my life, happiness, and career. My health"  "As my understanding of humility becomes clear, I am better able to do my part. I take responsibility for myself and for others. And I also realize that it is better. That when I need strength, or I need help, that I go to that higher knowledge, that higher power, that energy that makes the sunshine, that that is a better use of my energy and my time." "Part of learning humility is learning to contribute to my own well-being. Today, I will do something loving for myself that I might normally do for someone else."

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast
Wednesday Red Pill Diaries-It Was 1,500 Days Ago Today, SGT KingDude Taught The Band To Play

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 215:40


The Core Connections Podcast With Erica Ziel
What Anatomy Taught Me About Pelvic Floor Healing

The Core Connections Podcast With Erica Ziel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 46:45


Raised with Jesus
Sermon: Doctrine is taught, practice is caught (kind of) Hagen - Luke 11, 24 July 2022

Raised with Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 25:03


Show Notes Contact the Podcast: RWJPodcast@gmail.com or www.raisedwithjesus.com/podcast  Click here to find a nearby congregation or church home.   yearbook.wels.net All rights reserved. Content used at this podcast comes from a variety of locations & sources.   Casting Nets Podcast: https://castingnetspod.podbean.com/ Apple   Spotify Contact Casting Nets: castingnetspod@gmail.com  Impact Podcast - St. Andrew, Middleton WI https://st-andrew-online.org/impact/  RSS Link: https://feeds.libsyn.com/314675/rss  Prince of Peace - Thousand Oaks, CA https://www.princeofpeaceto.com  https://www.youtube.com/c/PrinceofPeaceTO/featured  Water of Life Lutheran Church - Caledonia & Racine, WI https://www.wateroflifelutheran.com  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcICs1dldnmZ-rcBqs4QtVQ  Life Challenges Podcast https://christianliferesources.com/life-challenges-podcast/  St. Paul Lutheran Church - Ottawa, ON, Canada https://www.stpaulottawa.org/  https://www.youtube.com/c/StPaulOttawa  His Word 360 (WLS Prof. Rev. Stephen Geiger) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd542RpYW_KSrkEBUSNw-Lg  WELS Streams: https://www.youtube.com/c/welsstreams  WELS Congregational Services: https://vimeo.com/welscongserve  https://vimeo.com/wels  Point of Grace Campus Ministry https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsI7Z5KbPwLdHeIVj_l1z_A  Pilgrim Lutheran Church - Menomonee Falls WI https://www.youtube.com/user/pilgrimlutheran  Through My Bible readings by Rev. Martin Spriggs.  Audio accessed at https://wels.net/serving-you/bible/through-my-bible-archive/  Produced 2022 by Pastor Hagen: pastorhagen@icloud.com or (419) 262-8280  Music from Joseph McDade: https://josephmcdade.com #raisedwithjesus #lutheran #sanctification #toledome #toledo #welstoledo #jesus #bible #podcast #dailyjesus #jesusdaily #rwjpodcast #jesusfortoledo  Resurrection - Maumee: Family Bible Hour at 10:15 AM, Worship on Sundays at 9 AM & 11 AM 2250 S. Holland Sylvania Rd - Maumee, OH Contact RWJ: RWJPodcast@gmail.com (419) 262-8280 CCLI Copyright License 11582729 and Streaming License 20003552 

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Go Hard for Christ Podcast
Episode 30: Created to be a Worshipper

Go Hard for Christ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 32:16


Taught by Walter Norman

Cafeteria Catholics
Bible Study - What Jesus Taught

Cafeteria Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 78:02


1980s Now
What 80s Movies Taught Me w/ Hadley Freeman

1980s Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 38:46


Will speaks with journalist and author Hadley Freeman about her book "Life Moves Pretty Fast" and the lessons we learned from 1980s movies. Hadley is a staff writer for The Guardian newspaper in the UK. Her other books include the bestselling "House of Glass," and her work has appeared in Vogue US and UK, New York magazine, Harper's Bazaar and many other publications. [:30] - Introduction with Will and Kat [12:17] - Interview with Hadley Freeman For the many ways to support the show, visit www.1980snow.com/support. For more episodes of 1980s Now and information about the show visit www.1980snow.com. And for even more 1980s awesomeness visit the80sruled.com or facebook.com/80sruled.

Go Hard for Christ Podcast
Episode 29: The Benefits of Worship & Praise

Go Hard for Christ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 28:33


Taught by Jarele Bonds

Nightmare Magazine - Horror and Dark Fantasy Story Podcast (Audiobook | Short Stories)
Laura Blackwell | What the Dead Birds Taught Me

Nightmare Magazine - Horror and Dark Fantasy Story Podcast (Audiobook | Short Stories)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 34:48 Very Popular


The first time I saw him, I was crouched in a ditch by the highway, lancet poised, holding a crumbly-paged book open to the words to reanimate a dead owl. Anne leaned against our dad's old car on the shoulder, just a few feet past the impromptu memorial some of Mom and Dad's students had put up. The flowers were wilting and the photos were fading, just like our parents' ghosts in the ditch where they'd died. I walked all up and down it, grasses itching at my legs despite my jeans. | Copyright 2022 by Laura Blackwell. Narrated by Judy Young.

Daigle Bites
Bob Goff Taught Lauren Daigle to Dream Big and Laugh About It

Daigle Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 54:24


In this episode, Lauren sits down with one of the biggest influences in her life: New York Times Bestselling author of Love Does, Bob Goff. Bob is on a mission to help people recapture the version of their lives they dreamed about before fear started calling the shots. Lauren reveals how his teachings were instrumental in finding her purpose.Season 2 of Daigle Bites is available exclusively on Amazon Music. Follow the show on the Amazon Music app to listen to new episodes every Wednesday: amazon.com/DaigleBites.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Economist Radio
Checks and Balance: Is CRT taught in schools?

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 42:21


The second of a three-part special series investigating the fight over critical race theory and asking how the anti-CRT movement became such a powerful new social, legislative and political force. The debate has become centred on how race, gender and sexuality are discussed in public schools. In this episode, The Economist's Tamara Gilkes Borr, a former public-school teacher, puts the politics to one side to find out what is actually happening in America's classrooms.When critics point to the evils of CRT, they are often talking about programmes like ethnic studies and social-emotional learning. Tamara travels to San Francisco to sit in on some classes and find out what is really being taught. She hears from a mother in Arizona concerned about a book assigned to her 9-year-old daughter. And she speaks to researchers working to quantify whether the teaching of topics associated with CRT helps or harms students.You can now find every episode of Checks and Balance in one place and sign up to our weekly newsletter. For full access to print, digital and audio editions, as well as exclusive live events, subscribe to The Economist at economist.com/uspod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.