Sterling breaks down a way that you can think about hope based how you think about your kid(s). I help Catholic moms quiet the chaos in their minds so they can hear the Holy Spirit and live with more peace. Subscribe for more peace: https://bit.ly/3DrRQee Join my membership for Catholic moms: https://www.madeforgreatness.co/masters/ FREE 14-day Love Your Husband Challenge for Catholic Wives: https://bit.ly/3qLQ2oQFREE Leave adorable notes around the house for your kids: https://bit.ly/3xSYIOj FREE Catholic mom weight loss workshop: https://bit.ly/3Ln7eKD Catholic moms want to be saints… but it feels nearly impossible as you're slogging through the day-to-day kid circus. I used to feel like that. Now I know how to be a calm Catholic mom… even though I still have six young children who I homeschool from home while running a business. Catholic Moms Made for Greatness Podcast on iTunes: https://apple.co/3SdTBjp IG: https://www.instagram.com/madeforgreatnesscoaching/ ARE YOU A CATHOLIC MOM BUSINESS OWNER? Catholic Moms Made for Business Show iTunes: https://apple.co/3qRcyfP YouTube: https://bit.ly/3djdx5s Biz IG: https://www.instagram.com/madeforbusinesscoaching/
Children With Special Needs Have a Lot to Teach Us! What if you could wake up each day smiling in the face of the challenges ahead of you? What if your health challenges were seen as an obstacle course to play through instead of a ten foot tall brick wall blocking your future? What if happiness through it all was possible? Having a chronic illness or disability can be difficult. Having a chronic illness as a Mom can be totally overwhelming! We need to adapt to; symptoms, medications & their side effects, medical equipment and the way people respond to that equipment, and many other things. That, along with the energy we use being a Mom can be really tough. I've noticed that some people struggle with it all, while others seem to stroll through their life with a smile on their face. I'm all about happiness! So, I've been focusing on those around me who deal with health issues in a positive way. One day recently, I started watching some of the kids at a pediatric therapy center where my kiddos went to play. That's where I learned the secret. Here are 10 (plus some bonus) things I've learned from children with special needs. Want more ways to be happy? Check out Jen's new journals on Amazon! Find out more in the episode Thank you for joining me today! I'm having a blast creating the Bedridden Mom Series & it would be an honor to have you share these episodes with someone who has a chronic illlness, pain, or disability, or who loves someone with one of those. Thanks! Want more? Go to HardyMom.com and you'll find hacks to simplify this chronic life, and ways to live well and enjoy your life again - with any health challenges. I'd love to hear what you think about this episode! Send me a message at HardyMom.com/contact Have a blessed week, Jen
On the one hand, calling something “medieval” carries with it negative connotations of outdated times. But lately there has almost been a nostalgia for life in the Middle Ages. This hour, we look at what life was really like in that time period and why we remember it the way we do. Plus, a look at the medieval origin of environmental anxiety and student debt. GUESTS: Jenny Adams: Associate professor of English at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Courtney Barajas: Author of Old English Ecotheology: The Exeter Book Martha Bayless: Director of folklore and public culture at the University of Oregon; her books include Sin and Filth in Medieval Culture: The Devil in the Latrine and A Cultural History of Comedy in the Middle Ages The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe, Jonathan McNicol, and Cat Pastor contributed to this show, which originally aired May 23, 2022.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Saint Joseph is the most mysterious character from the Advent story. He doesn't say anything and we know pretty much nothing about him, yet there are few figures more central to the story of our faith community. So host Mike Jordan Laskey asked his friend, Sister Colleen Gibson, SSJ, if she could help shed some light on this shadowy member of the Holy Family. Sr. Colleen is a Sister of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia and has spent a lot of time praying and reflecting on her community's patron. Unsurprisingly, given Sr. Colleen's intelligence and creative gifts, she brought multiple perspectives on St. Joseph you might have never considered before. Sr. Colleen also talks about her own vocation story of becoming a millennial religious sister, plus a bit of the history of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, which were founded in France by a Jesuit in 1650. Sr. Colleen also tells us about her own new podcast project, which she's co-hosting with another sister of Saint Joseph. It's called Beyond the Habit and they've just released their first few episodes. If you'd like some more Advent content from us here at the Jesuit Conference, you can sign up for daily email reflections on faith heroes formed in the Ignatian tradition at Jesuits.org/advent22 and register for a free evening of reflection on Zoom at Jesuits.org/adventprayer, which is being hosted by iconographer Kelly Latimore and writer Cameron Bellm (Wednesday, December 14, 7:30pm ET). Listen to Beyond the Habit on Spotify or wherever you get podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/3dcsfiK6IQJvWFvgAbZUuR Follow Sr. Colleen on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yoitssistercoll/ AMDG is a production of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States.
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My childhood bestie Sophia and I revisit the thought-provoking movie that is 500 Days of Summer and discuss.... the problems in Summer & Tom's relationship the problem with the "nice guy" trope & how toxic masculinity presents in Tom situations in which we reminded ourselves of Tom situations in which we felt like Summer rejection (and some of our experiences with it, on both sides) the best character of the whole film... Tom's little sister! ☀️☀️☀️ You can watch a video version of this podcast on YouTube (channel name: Zareena Evelina). Sophia's YouTube: youtu.be/Hk9l7ta2hgY Sophia's plant IG & TikTok: @sophiasgreengarden We're on the 'gram too! @thevirginandthebeespodcast. Thanks for listening! Keep on buzzing
Some of the questions I cover on today's episode involve:-how do fruit added fermentations differ from microbe inoculation?-my stance on the usefulness/benefits of probiotics-can we taste yeast in the cup?-what is the future of fermentation for the specialty coffee industry?-we typically ferment cherries or wet parchment but what about fermenting green coffee?-what is honey osmotic dehydration-how can consumers navigate coffee labels when "fermented" coffee produces a wide range of flavors.Resources: Sign up for the newsletter for behind the scenes pictures.Support the show on Patreon to join our live Discord hangouts.And if you don't want to commit, you can show your support here with a one time contribution: PayPalIf you're interesting in joining me in Colombia in JanuaryFermentation Training Camp 3
This is the audio-only version of our twice-weekly cyber security talk show, teissTalk. Join us twice a week for free by visiting www.teiss.co.uk/teisstalkThe panel discussion is titledteissTalk: What can the arms race with the attackers teach us?What can you share to help educate end users about the tools, techniques and tactics of attackers?Are attackers getting more sophisticated, or do we keep making the same mistakes?How can you develop more effective security awareness programmes?This episode is hosted by Geoff Whitehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/geoffwhite247/Steven F. Fox, Deputy CISO, Policy & Program Management, State of Washingtonhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenffoxmba/Jamie Moles, Senior Technical Marketing Manager, ExtraHophttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jamiemoles/Adam Gordon, Edutainer & SME, ITProTVhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-gordon-0408981/Troy Stairwalt, Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer, Akron Children's Hospitalhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/troy-stairwalt/
I get it, that word - grief - is like a red flag to keep scrolling. Why would you voluntarily push play on an emotion we spend much of our time trying to avoid? But that's the exact reason why you should push play. Grief is the greatest emotion no one tells us about...because no one wants to talk about it. Makes sense. Until you find yourself trying to navigate the loss of a person, relationship, expectation, dream. Then what? That overwhelming feeling we spend so much time trying to shove away into the back corners of our minds only begins to show up in new ways we never saw coming. Whether you're grieving now - or later - you and your people will be better on the other side of this episode. The post What Grief Can Really Teach Us appeared first on .
When the financial crash hit in 2008, it was a huge shock for the country. Similarly, the COVID-19 pandemic was an unanticipated (and unprecedented) event, the effects of which continue to be felt by the entire global economy. The current economic downturn that we are experiencing, however, is somewhat different as it is something that has been predicted for months, giving us more time to adapt and strategize. No one is more aware of this than today's guest, Jeff Davis, whose work for a global logistics firm has given him unique insight into how changes in global supply and demand are impacting the global economy. We chat with Jeff about his history in sales, why passive income through multifamily real estate doesn't need a hard sell, and what he has learned from investing in real estate. Jeff also shares his resistance to social media and how he found an assistant that could help him put his business out there. To learn more about Jeff's career and how he is achieving his goals, make sure you tune in today!Key Points From This Episode:Introducing today's guest, Jeff Davis, owner of Bridgestone Capital.How the 2008 financial crisis compelled Jeff to venture into real estate.The role of cash flow and appreciation in the real estate business.The difference between 2008 and the current economic downturn.Learn about Jeff's work at a global supply chain logistics company.Jeff's insights into global supply and demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.Why there has been a delay in inflation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.Learn about Jeff's company, Bridgestone Capital.What Jeff looks for in an operating partner.Jeff's advice to aspiring capital advisors.Why Jeff considers salespeople to be his target investors.Why Jeff struggles with incorporating social media into his business.How Jeff found a virtual assistant (VA) to help him elevate his social media.The amount of money Jeff raised during his last deal.How much Jeff wants to be able to raise on a deal-by-deal basis in the next three years.The role that Jeff's Christian faith has played in the context of his business.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Jeff Davis on LinkedInBridgestone CapitalOnline Jobs.phMultifamily AdviceVertical Street VenturesPassive Income Through Multifamily Real Estate Facebook GroupPeter Pomeroy on LinkedInPeter Pomeroy Email
The collective misery as the nights draw in and the days feel impossibly short is palpable at this time of the year. But it doesn't have to feel this way. Kari Leibowitz, a researcher, writer and speaker who studies how our mindset influences our health and wellbeing, joins us to explain what studying the national Nordic psychology can teach us about getting through winter (and even maybe enjoying it!). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This is a special episode that was created in conjunction with Patreon for On Air Fest 2022 which took place at the Drug Use & Behavior Lab @ University of Southern California. The event took place on November 5th and was focused on an examination into the role that the cocktail has played within the context of history and culture. We hope that you enjoy the listen. Featured host: Rachel O'Donnell (Los Angeles-based artist)
Opossums in the wild don't make it to the age of three; our pet cats can live for a decade and a half; cicadas live for seventeen years (spending most of them underground). Whales, however, can live for two centuries and tubeworms for several millennia. Meanwhile, human life expectancy tops out around the mid-eighties, with some outliers living past 100 or even 110. Is there anything humans can learn from the exceptional longevity of some animals in the wild? In Methuselah's Zoo: What Nature Can Teach Us about Living Longer, Healthier Lives (MIT Press, 2022), Steven Austad tells the stories of some extraordinary animals, considering why, for example, animal species that fly live longer than earthbound species and why animals found in the ocean live longest of all. Austad--the leading authority on longevity in animals--argues that the best way we will learn from these long-lived animals is by studying them in the wild. Accordingly, he proceeds habitat by habitat, examining animals that spend most of their lives in the air, comparing insects, birds, and bats; animals that live on, and under, the ground--from mole rats to elephants; and animals that live in the sea, including quahogs, carp, and dolphins. Humans have dramatically increased their lifespan with only a limited increase in healthspan; we're more and more prone to diseases as we grow older. By contrast, these species have successfully avoided both environmental hazards and the depredations of aging. Can we be more like them? Galina Limorenko is a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience with a focus on biochemistry and molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases at EPFL in Switzerland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Opossums in the wild don't make it to the age of three; our pet cats can live for a decade and a half; cicadas live for seventeen years (spending most of them underground). Whales, however, can live for two centuries and tubeworms for several millennia. Meanwhile, human life expectancy tops out around the mid-eighties, with some outliers living past 100 or even 110. Is there anything humans can learn from the exceptional longevity of some animals in the wild? In Methuselah's Zoo: What Nature Can Teach Us about Living Longer, Healthier Lives (MIT Press, 2022), Steven Austad tells the stories of some extraordinary animals, considering why, for example, animal species that fly live longer than earthbound species and why animals found in the ocean live longest of all. Austad--the leading authority on longevity in animals--argues that the best way we will learn from these long-lived animals is by studying them in the wild. Accordingly, he proceeds habitat by habitat, examining animals that spend most of their lives in the air, comparing insects, birds, and bats; animals that live on, and under, the ground--from mole rats to elephants; and animals that live in the sea, including quahogs, carp, and dolphins. Humans have dramatically increased their lifespan with only a limited increase in healthspan; we're more and more prone to diseases as we grow older. By contrast, these species have successfully avoided both environmental hazards and the depredations of aging. Can we be more like them? Galina Limorenko is a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience with a focus on biochemistry and molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases at EPFL in Switzerland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
Mark Divine is a Navy Seal and is an expert when it comes to teaching us about mental toughness. "His leadership of teams was so effective the government tasked him with creating a nationwide mentoring program for SEAL trainees." In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton walk through Mark's teachings as well as what the true meaning of the word mantra . Sneak peek: It's not all woo woo like some people might think. In fact, it just might change the attitude that you carry with you each day. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ⩤ https://bi3xbvVont.ly/ CLICK HERE for our best-selling products: https://amzn.to/3xaG3xw and https://rdbl.co/3DIQVUC CLICK HERE to join our free Police, Fire, Military and Families Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/38w2e7r Check out our website and learn more about how you can work with LEO Warriors by going to: https://www.leowarriors.com/ Like what you hear? We are honored. Drop a review and subscribe to our show. The Tactical Living Podcast is owned by LEO Warriors, LLC. None of the content presented may be copied, repurposed or used without the owner's prior consent. For PR, speaking requests and other networking opportunities, contact LEO Warriors: EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. ADDRESS: P.O. Box 400115 Hesperia, Ca. 92340 ASHLIE'S FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/police.fire.lawenforcement ➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤ This episode is NOT sponsored. Some product links are affiliate links which means if you buy something by clicking on one of our links, we'll receive a small commission. Check out more teachings from Mark in his book, Unbeatable Mind: Forge Resiliency and Mental Toughness to Succeed at an Elite Level.
In today's episode, we have the privilege of chatting with two very young entrepreneurs: Marcus and Jonas Kanell! They started selling curb painting for houses as a summer side-hustle and share some lessons learned as the go door to door. They share with us the importance of finding an area that may need it and making improvements as you go in terms of sales pitch, energy level, etc. We talk about asking prospects the RIGHT questions as well as the all-important skill of getting quality referrals. These young men share everything from upsells to mindset and we talk about the tenacity to KEEP GOING for one more! Let's go!
Eating disorders speak to our ego, our minds and our bodies in ways that can break any of the three.But they can also teach us about ourselves, about who we are and aboout what we can overcome for a better tomorrow!
Ryan Hoover talks about what Philz Coffee can teach us about product design Episode 770: What Philz Coffee Can Teach Us About Product Design by Ryan Hoover Ryan Hoover, the founder of Product Hunt, is a product guy with a passion for startups, product design, and personal growth. He also created Startup Edition, worked as an EIR at Tradecraft, and was the Director of Product at PlayHaven. He's a contributing writer to Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir Eyal. Additionally, he has written over 150 essays, many of which are featured in TechCrunch, Forbes, Pando, Fast Company, and The Next Web. The original posts are located here: https://medium.com/@rrhoover/what-philz-coffee-can-teach-us-about-product-design-6f3e56d79f47 Indeed is the #1 source of hires in the U.S., according to TalentNest. Go to Indeed.com/STARTUP to get started Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What can a 24 year old teach us about not drinking - plenty! Emily Powell shares her sober curious journey with the fresh perspective of a recent college graduate and a clinical mental health therapist. We talk about what it's like to stop drinking when you're young and how to navigate the unexpected challenges that come up, not matter your age. She lists energy, confidence and time as the top benefits to living her life alcohol-free. Emily walks us through her decision to reframe what being social means and why she believes this empowering decision doesn't have to be extreme. Emily (she/her/hers) is a compassionate, empathic, and dedicated mental health therapist and advocate. Emily is the owner and director of a therapy private practice and works with teens and young adults. She identifies as a psychodynamic and feminist therapist. Emily has been “sober curious” since May of this year and shares that not drinking has been “one of the best gifts I could have given myself.” Full Show Notes
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Sports is not something that you usually hear mentioned when people talk about cybersecurity - but Chris Cochran and Ron Eddings, co-founders of Hacker Valley Media, believe that cyber professionals can take inspiration from MMA wrestlers and Chess Grandchampions to get to their own version of Peak Performance.
This week on the podcast we launch the School For Creative Development! An online communal learning platform combining four different creative modules, over 50 hours of audio and video content, workbooks and zoom sessions with Joel McKerrow, to inspire your art, grow your audience and blow your creative practice out of the water! As we launch this, Joel talks us through what to do when we feel we've landed in the desert (creatively speaking), when the inspiration has run dry, and we are barely surviving. How do we find that lush fertile land again and what does the desert have to teach us? Show notes: Our sponsors are The Practice Co. and ACOM. This podcast is hosted by Joel McKerrow & Produced by Richelle Bourne. All music sourced from audiio.com
In today's episode I will be sharing 4 quotes from Johny Depp that can teach us the right mindset to quitting drinking alcohol. If you like to get inspired by successful people then this is the podcast for you! https://soberclear.com/bookcall-ytd
In this episode, we are sharing the keynote address from NFT London 2022. The 365-day journey is coming to a close November 11, 2022 and Brian shares the lessons learned throughout the past year, and what's next for the podcast. Participate in the giveaway by Zealous! 30 winners will be announced Nov 11, 2022! https://twitter.com/zealous_app/status/1580650760039079937?s=20&t=o75mUFNAtfFhDJ2EHGtcyA We are doing daily live recordings of the podcast on twitter spaces. Make sure to follow and turn on notifications on my twitter account for the spaces alerts. https://twitter.com/iSocialFanz Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast
Subscribe to the IWI monthly newsletter by going to www.irregularwarfare.org! Is peace the natural order of things for the human race and war an aberration? Our guests on this episode, Dr. Chris Blattman and Mr. Teny Gross, argue that it is. They describe five theoretical mechanisms that cause breakdowns in societies and discuss why different groups end up resorting to violence. They then compare and contrast the characteristics of violence at the interpersonal, communal, and international levels. Finally, they end by discussing how third-party mediation at the local and transnational echelons can effectively employ peace-building mechanisms to bring an end to violence at all levels. Intro music: "Unsilenced" by Ketsa Outro music: "Launch" by Ketsa CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
We're back and in this episode, we're talking about why it's been a tough fall this year. And I'm opening up about the recent death of my beloved dog, Charlie. Why it's so hard to lose our fur-babies - and the surprising lessons he taught me about stepfamily life and relating to my stepchildren. If you enjoy The Stepmom Diaries, would you head over to iTunes or wherever you listen and leave me a review? It will help me reach even more stepmoms like you!
The crucial differences which distinguish human societies and human beings are not biological. They are cultural. This quote by Ruth Benedict proves to be true time and time again. Society is determined by how that group of people operate. Each person belongs to at least one culture, and often belong to several subcultures at the same time. And yet, with all of these different cultures out there, people tend not to know how a person from another culture operates. Cultures can teach us a whole new world view, and while that doesn't necessarily mean we need to adopt that culture, it can certainly help us relate to the people in that culture. Mentoring is often a bridge between cultures. The mentor will more than likely have a different set of experiences in their life than their mentee will. Zach and John are back this week to talk through what kinds of things different cultures can teach us, how we can be open to learning from other cultures in our mentoring relationships, and how all of that factors in to Zach walking into a skate shop in Waco.Reach out to John:email@example.comCheck out Middleman Ministries:https://www.middleman-ministries.orgPurchase the You Can Mentor book: You Can Mentor: How to Impact Your Community, Fulfill the Great Commission, and Break Generational Cursesyoucanmentor.com
For more than two decades, esteemed veterinary oncologist Dr. Renée Alsarraf treated cancer in canine patients. Then at age fifty-one, she was diagnosed with cancer herself. The disease Dr. Renée had dedicated her professional life to fighting, suddenly left her scared and unsure. But it was only in receiving her own cancer diagnosis that Dr. Renée realized the empathy she had for animals went both ways. It was her patients—those furry, four-legged, slobbering animals— who seemed to uniquely understand the jumbled language of her own difficult journey and who showed her the true power of positivity and unconditional love. Dr. Renée shares what we can learn from dogs in her beautiful memoir Sit, Stay, Heal: What Dogs Can Teach Us About Living Well” All of the show notes can be found at https://thegoodlifecoach.com/215/ WE DISCUSS Why Dr. Renee wrote this book and what she hopes people will walk away with after reading it. How dogs can be an incredible guide when we suffer from any issue. They are so present and the human-animal bond is so profound. She speaks to the power of women and to the moms out their navigating everything. Facing our own mortality. How her book helps people navigate end of life decisions with their dogs. The insights into vet and human medicine and some of the specific differences between how humans and animals are treated when they have cancer, and more. RESOURCES MENTIONED Dr. Alsarraf's book: “Sit, Stay, Heal: What Dogs Can Teach Us About Living Well” Website: www.sitstayhealbook.com Renee on Instagram Michele on Instagram MORE ABOUT DR. RENEE: DR. RENEE ALSARRAF has created four different veterinary oncology practices and led three veterinary radiation facilities. She has performed numerous veterinary clinical trials, co-authored peer-reviewed journal articles, and has lectured both locally and on the national level. She completed a medical oncology residency in New York City at The Animal Medical Center. She lives in Montclair, New Jersey, and is married to a veterinary ophthalmologist. They have one son, whom she cherishes, as well as Dusty, her beloved, bossy, six-year-old female boxer. Thank you for listening to the show!
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Hey, can you hear that? Probably not, because that's the sound of quiet quitting. You've likely heard of the phenomenon of quiet quitting or what some are really just calling someone doing their job description. As quiet quitting gained in popularity it highlighted what some managers have been doing for years, quiet firing. Quiet firing is when an employer does the bare legal minimum to get rid of an employee. This can often involve reducing their hours or making them do undesirable tasks until they eventually quit. And now, we've got quick quitting. Where people leave the organization within a year of joining without doing the obligatory stick it out for 2 years and don't move too much. Whether it's quietly doing just what your job demands of you. Or getting to a job and realizing it's not for you and leaving before the year is out, things are shifting in the American workforce. Like so many other things these days, it's not just organizations and leadership that get to do the quick and quiet firing. When things like this rise to the surface, we stop and take a look. What are the implications for leaders and leadership for people quietly quitting? How can we stem the tide of quick quitting, or is that even something we should do? And maybe quiet firing is one of the many tools used to make people quietly and quickly leave an organization. And as always, what is your role as a leader in this space? So in this episode, we talk quiet quitting, quick quitting, and some of the spaces in between. Related Resources: Focused on Improving Employee Engagement & Retention? Pay Attention to These 4 Factors: https://www.ccl.org/articles/leading-effectively-articles/data-for-4-areas-of-employee-engagement/ How Ownership Mentality Supports Cultural Transformation: https://www.ccl.org/articles/leading-effectively-articles/ownership-mentality-cultural-transformation/ Yes, You Can Increase Accountable Leadership: https://www.ccl.org/articles/leading-effectively-articles/yes-you-can-increase-accountability/ 10 Steps for Establishing Team Norms: https://www.ccl.org/articles/leading-effectively-articles/the-real-world-guide-to-team-norms/ Leadership Development Program: https://www.ccl.org/leadership-programs/leadership-development-program/ - About the Center for Creative Leadership: Leadership is all we do. But our approach is distinct. We work with you to discover your priorities and customize our unique leadership solutions to best fit your needs. We create leaders who move their worlds. Our innovative solutions are steeped in extensive research and experience gained from tens of thousands of organizations, a million+ leaders at all levels, and leaders in more than 130 countries, across 6 continents. We deliver results that matter – sustained impact for you, your business and the world. www.ccl.org
We are starting to sound like Charlie Brown's teacher to our clients and customers… what if we used the Socratic Method instead, and asked questions to help them decide instead of telling them. Do you think that would work?
We all know by now that I am a huge Taylor Swift fan. Her music, brand, and the way she thinks about her relationship with her fans. I am 40 years old, but stayed up til midnight to listen to her most recent album. In this episode, we share how NFT founders and teams can study the Taylor Swift playbook and learn how to successfully create demand for the future drop. Participate in the giveaway by Zealous! 30 winners will be announced Nov 11, 2022! https://twitter.com/zealous_app/status/1580650760039079937?s=20&t=o75mUFNAtfFhDJ2EHGtcyA We are doing daily live recordings of the podcast on twitter spaces. Make sure to follow and turn on notifications on my twitter account for the spaces alerts. https://twitter.com/iSocialFanz Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast
Halloween is here! For some of us, that means fun costumes and cute children trick-or-treating. For others, it means leaning into the scary side of the season with our favorite horror movies and scary stories. People have been telling stories about monsters, ghosts and the supernatural for centuries. But why does horror appeal to us? What do we get out of scary stories? And what can they teach us about ourselves and our society? To answer those questions, MPR News host Angela Davis talks with a folklore professor. Guests: Jeffrey Tolbert is an assistant Professor of American Studies and Folklore at Penn State Harrisburg. He teaches courses on American horror movies and monsters, aliens and the supernatural.
Ephesians 2:18 — In this sermon on Ephesians 2:18 titled “Lord, Teach Us to Pray,” Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones addresses some of the reasons prayers can be so ineffective. Ephesians 2:18 states that “through him we both have access in one Spirit to the Father.” This verse shows the complexity of prayer. According to Dr. Lloyd-Jones, a detrimental fallacy in the church is that prayer is simple. Some people focus on the reality that Christians have access to God through Christ and yet neglect the Spirit. They can pray with flawless doctrine but their prayers are “useless.” “You can be absolutely orthodox but at the same time be spiritually dead,” Dr. Lloyd-Jones shares. The other side neglects doctrine and says that all one needs is the Spirit. They elevate experience and throw out doctrine. However, Dr. Lloyd-Jones notes that both right doctrine and life in the Spirit are absolutely essential. There is no other way to have access to God apart from these two and nothing should be added to these doctrines.
Monica Guzman is Braver Angels' Senior Fellow for Public Practice and the author of the best-selling book "I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times." Over the past few months, Monica's been traveling the country to lead curious conversations inspired by the themes of her book. Here she joins Braver Angels CMO Ciaran O'Connor to discuss what she's learned about the state of our nation's divisions, how different audiences engage bridge-building depending on their ideologies and identities, and how we can get more curious, together, as a nation in crisis.
Today's Topics: 1) Demons teach us about prayer https://www.catholicexorcism.org/post/exorcist-diary-208-demons-teach-us-about-prayer 2) Popes, Bishops, and Priests on Halloween 3, 4) Questions and answers on haunted houses and Chucky dolls
The first American polio case in nearly a decade was reported just outside New York City earlier this year. Patrick Cockburn, Middle East correspondent for the Independent of London, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss his own experience with polio and why public health officials around the world should be on high alert for new outbreaks of the highly debilitating disease. His article in The Nation is “The Return of Polio.”
Steve Kamb of Nerd Fitness shares what MacGuyver can teach us about Plan B. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1910: [Part 2] What MacGuyver Can Teach Us About Plan B by Steve Kamb Steve Kamb started exercising back in high school without really knowing what he was doing. Through high school and college, he made every training mistake known to man and got zero results. It wasn't until he graduated college and learned the right way to train that he started to see positive changes. He's a nerd, but likes fitness… so why not combine the two and turn life into one giant video game? And thus, in the fall of 2009, NerdFitness.com was born! The original post is located here: https://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/macguyver/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Kamb of Nerd Fitness shares what MacGuyver can teach us about Plan B. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1909: [Part 1] What MacGuyver Can Teach Us About Plan B by Steve Kamb Steve Kamb started exercising back in high school without really knowing what he was doing. Through high school and college, he made every training mistake known to man and got zero results. It wasn't until he graduated college and learned the right way to train that he started to see positive changes. He's a nerd, but likes fitness… so why not combine the two and turn life into one giant video game? And thus, in the fall of 2009, NerdFitness.com was born! The original post is located here: https://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/macguyver/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How do you clean a tabernacle? What does “laying of hands” represent? Is the scapegoat a hyperlink to Cain and Abel? How was it even possible for Israelites to follow the law? In this episode, Tim and Jon respond to your questions about the Leviticus scroll. Thanks to our audience for your insightful questions!View full show notes from this episode →Timestamps How Do You Clean a Tabernacle? (1:02)What Does “Laying of Hands” Represent? (9:06)Is the Scapegoat a Hyperlink to Cain and Abel? (14:26)What's the Connection Between Abraham's Two Sons and the Two Goats? (21:10)How Was It Possible To Follow the Law? (31:30)How Does Leviticus Change Our Understanding of Communion? (39:00)Do We Need the New Testament to “Get” Leviticus? (46:36)Referenced ResourcesInterested in more? Check out Tim's library here.You can experience the literary themes and movements we're tracing on the podcast in the BibleProject app, available for Android and iOS.Show Music “Defender (Instrumental)” by TENTSShow produced by Cooper Peltz with Associate Producer Lindsey Ponder. Edited by Dan Gummel, Tyler Bailey, and Frank Garza. Podcast annotations for the BibleProject app by Hannah Woo. Audience questions compiled by Christopher Maier.Powered and distributed by Simplecast.