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Intro song: Blowin' in the Wind by Joan BaezAlbum 1: Bob Dylan (1962)Song 1: Fixin' to DieSong 2: Talkin' New YorkSong 3: See That My Grave is Kept CleanAlbum 2: The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963)Song 1: Girl From the North CountrySong 2: I Shall Be FreeSong 3: Talkin' World War III BluesOutro song: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right by The Nitty Gritty Dirt BandLink to Barrett's podcastLink to The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (Andrew's Mix)
There is a difference between being nice and being kind. If you have a habit of putting being nice ahead of your own love and self respect, then listen in as Chris and Amy talk about this topic to get a different perspective on this commonly engrained "value" that is just another ego trick in disguise. Chris Atley Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisatley Amy Yates Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connectivesoul Get your copy (+ a free gift) of Chris' new award-winning book “Abundant Soulutions” at: chrisatley.com/book One Simple Truth Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/onesimpletruth Coaching resources with Chris & Amy: https://decisionsbydesign.com/ Sonic Egg for dogs: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00PINYA82/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Navigating Narcissism Latest Pod: Navigating Narcissism with Dr. Ramani: Ask Dr. Ramani: How To Go "No Contact" with a Narcissist on Apple Podcasts
This week we are bringing back one of our favorite episodes. When I was growing up a "hall pass" was the thing you needed in middle school in order to leave class and go to the bathroom. That's not what a "hall pass" is anymore. Today's definition is a lot sexier. According to my guest, a "hall pass" let's you cheat without begin called a cheater. Lets you explore without having to explain. Lets you have sex with someone else without exiting your relationship. It's time to get schooled on the "hall pass" with my guest relationship coach and top selling author Stacey Herrera. You can find Stacey at: https://twitter.com/StaceyNHerrera https://medium.com/@staceyherrera https://staceyherrera.com
They Came Together This month we watch a fun three-minute sketch that goes on for an hour and twenty-three minutes. They Came Together Year: 2014 Written by: Michael Showalter and David Wain Directed by: David Wain Stars: Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler Show notes: In this episode there are digressions into the worlds of improv and sketch comedy, whether it is even possible to lovingly send up Romantic Comedy, why send-ups of Murder Mystery work so much better, genre, fandom, and patchworking. We mention the films: Knives Out (2019) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8946378/) See How They Run (2022) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13640696/) Wet Hot American Summer (2001) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0243655/) Don't Think Twice (2016) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4972062/) When Harry Met Sally (1989) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098635/) You've Got Mail (1998) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0128853/) Scary Movie (2000) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0175142/) Another Gay Movie (2006) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0443431/) Robin Hood: Men In Tights (1993) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0107977/) Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (1991) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102798/) Star Wars (etc) (1977) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076759/) Space Balls (1987) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094012/) Dirty Dancing (1987) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0092890/) and the TV shows: Only Murders In The Building (2021-) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11691774/) Brooklyn 99 (2013-2021) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2467372/) Reno 911 (2003-) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0370194/) Neighbours (1985-) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088580/) We also mention the radio programme and podcast This American Life (https://www.thisamericanlife.org/). More information about the comedy troupe The State can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_State_(comedy_troupe). If you would like to suggest films for future episodes, you can tweet Lisa: @LisaStowaway. We record these episodes over the internet. Sometimes the audio is not perfect. We apologise for that. Music in this episode is by Martin Zaltz Austwick (martinzalzaustwick.com). Artwork is by Lisa Findley. Thank you for listening!
During periods of global unrest, it is not uncommon to find investors decreasing their risk exposure, but when it comes to your retirement accounts there is an important distinction between moving into cash, and cashing out your portfolio. Steve and Nathan explain the importance of avoiding tax consequential decisions in response to current events. Also, our MoneyTalk Moment in Financial History gets into the history of war time financial markets.Hosts: Steven Beauvais & Nathan Beauvais CFP®, CIMA®; Guest: Daniel Sowa; Air Date: 11/8/2023. Have a question for the hosts? Visit sowafinancial.com/moneytalk-radio to join the conversation!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Maybe you won't recognize the name Mary Travers, but if after you hear the songs she recorded with her trio I'm sure it will your ears will get perky. Peter, Paul, and Mary had six top 10 hits on the Billboard charts from 1962 to 1970. The three hitmakers shared a manager with Bob Dylan and recorded his song “Don't Think Twice, It's All Right.” They broke up shortly after their biggest hit “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” written by Bob Denver. Peter, Paul, and Mary reunited for some tours in 1978 and were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1999.
Dr Jane Heller is the epitome of a mutlti-faceted vet career: she's a Veterinary Epidemiologist with an interest is in infectious disease epidemiology, with particular reference to antimicrobial resistance and the potential for zoonotic transfer of pathogens between animals and humans. Her career has included a stint in private practice and at the University of Sydney, specialist training in Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health through a PhD and a residency at the University of Glasgow, and a faculty position at Charles Sturt University as an Associate Professor in Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health. In addition to her teaching, writing and research Jane also implemented a wellness program for the undergraduate veterinary students and has a deep interest in supporting student and veterinary mental health. Outside of her role at the university she is also the founder and director of Heller Consulting - her private consulting business where she gets to utilise her wide range of skills for the benefit of animals and humans. In this conversation we cover what a career as an epidemiologist could look like (not as boring as you might think!), and Jane tells us about the work of the AMR Vet Collective - a non-for profit that informs and educates around responsible antibiotic usage, including sharing resources to help you achieve better antimicrobial stewardship without making your work life harder or compromising outcomes for your patients. We discuss how to affect behaviour change, whether its around how vets use antibiotics, or getting vet students and veterinary teams to care about their wellbeing. Jane also shares openly about how her work in the student wellness space challenged her personally, and what she learned from those challenges. (Oh, and we unpack the deeper lessons from Ted Lasso, which we could do an entire podcast series on!) Topic List: 10:00 Epidemiology is essential in healthcare. 14:50 Communication is always key. 21:34 Importance of antibiotic stewardship. 32:41 Awareness of responsible antibiotic use. 35:37 Change is difficult but necessary. 39:10 Changing antibiotic prescribing. 44:21 Behaviour change requires tailored messaging. 52:43 Supporting student wellness is crucial. 60:00 Facilitating and empowering employee engagement. 63:00 Prioritise work-life balance and fun. 70:09 Importance of promoting kindness in education. 74:24 Empathy fosters understanding and support. 79:30 Importance of setting boundaries. 84:30 Normalise seeking counselling and support. Jane's resources: Nagkoski twins burnout book Antimicrobial sterwardship CPD Join our community of Vet Vault Nerds to lift your clinical game and get your groove back with our up-to-date, easy-to-consume clinical episodes at vvn.supercast.com. Visit thevetvault.com for show notes and resources related to this episode. Connect with us through our online Vet Vault Network for episode highlights, clinical resources, discussions, questions and support. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here for Hubert's favourite clinical and non-clinical learnings. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vet-vault/message
VPD makes 258 arrests in latest retail-theft blitz GUEST: Staff Sergeant Mario Mastro-pieri of VPD's Operations Division VPD to introduce bodycams November 2023 GUEST: Meghan McDermott, Policy Director at the BC Civil Liberties Association Dentists say they're being left in the dark about federal dental insurance plan GUEST: Dr. Rob Wolanski, BC Dental Association President. Canada's housing minister urges Metro Vancouver to think twice on development charges GUEST: Eric Woodward, Langley Township mayor Biological fingerprints in soil show where diamond-containing ore is buried GUEST: Dr. Sean Crowe, senior author and Associate Professor in Microbiology and Immunology at UBC, Canada Research Chair in Geo-micro-biology Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In a world obsessed with quick fixes, there's often profound value in taking the long road—and this certainly applies when it comes to skincare. Through his skincare brand Young Goose, Amitay Eshel is sending out a clarion call: lasting beauty isn't about the overnight miracles but the long-term care you invest in your skin. Amitay isn't your typical CEO. With a history in biohacking, beauty, and business consultation, he's channeled a decade's worth of executive wisdom into a brand that is redefining skincare. As a pioneer of the world's first biohacking skincare company, Amitay is bridging performance optimization with skin health. Think of Young Goose's innovative solutions as an invitation for your skin to function at its peak. The results? A staggering 95% of their clientele can't resist coming back, with over 90% witnessing significant results in just a matter of weeks. But it's not just the numbers; each Young Goose product is an emblem of science-backed integrity, setting a gold standard in the beauty world. Amitay's accolades span from his influential voice in the wellness sector to his podcasting prowess on Young Goose's Biohacking Beauty podcast. If you're in that world, you might have seen him at wellness summits like the Biohacking Congress or the Ultimate Wellness Event. Beyond his entrepreneurial ventures, Amitay immerses himself in martial arts, indulges in culinary adventures, and is an insatiable history aficionado. It's this mix of passion and expertise that makes him a dynamo in the biohacking beauty space. Amitay and I decode the enigma of laser treatments for facial skin and weigh the pros and cons of red light therapy. We'll uncover the truth behind sun protection, discuss the age-old debate between avoiding and seeking the sun, and unravel the challenges of the much-hyped NAD molecule in skin care. And yes, the million-dollar question: is Botox really the nemesis? Full Show Notes: https://bengreenfieldlife.com/younggoosepodcast Episode Sponsors: HVMN: Save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at hvmn.com/BENG. Visit hvmn.com/BENG subscribe at checkout for 30% off. Lucy Gum: A cleaner and tastier alternative to other nicotine products. Save 20% on any order at lucy.co use code BEN20. Clearlight Sauna: Sweat buckets in the privacy of your own home. HealwithHeat.com use code: BEN for a discount and free shipping. BioStack Labs: NAD Regen increases your energy, enhances your cognitive function, and slows aging. Buy one bottle, get your second bottle 20% off biostacklabs.com/ben. KetoMed: The first OTC direct-to-consumer ketogenic/antifungal ‘complete' nutraceutical drink on the market. To order a full one-month supply of KetoMed visit ketomed.com/ben use the code: Ben40 for $40.00 off. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Can you tell who the billionaire is just by looking at a person's hands? What will give a liar away? Some fake jewelry or a weird gesture, maybe a particular manicure? Here're tricky riddles that'll boost your attention to detail. Crack these riddles and get smarter and more attentive. Are you ready? Riddles are a great way to get your brain working. It's like a morning exercise but for your mind. Don't hesitate to pause the video if you need more time. And don't forget to write the number of riddles you managed to solve in the comments below. Let's go! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This Bob Dylan classic has been in the Floodisphere forever — Roger and Charlie used to sing it together a half century ago — but only recently has it made a move to be in the regular repertoire. That's when Randy stepped to sing his signature harmonies and Danny and Sam started doing double duty on the solos.
Liz has been coaching, directing and performing improv for the last 25 years. Liz coached the long-running IO (Improv Olympic) house teams Valhalla, Deep Schwa and Mission Improvable (founders of the Westside Comedy Theater in Santa Monica). Liz was IO's Training Center Director for 3 years, and an ensemble level teacher for 10 years. A founding member of The IO Roadshow, Liz has taught hundreds of workshops at colleges and corporations nationwide. In 1999, 2000 & 2001 Liz won the Del Close Coach of the Year Award at IO, now called the Liz Allen Excellence in Teaching Award. In 2006, with Jimmy Carrane, Liz co-wrote the book Improvising Better (Heinemann) and co-created their popular Individual Assessment Workshop. Liz was honored to coach The Commune, the improv ensemble in Mike Birbiglia's 2016 feature film Don't Think Twice. Liz mentors improv coaches at The Improv Shop in St Louis, and thanks to Skype, coaches faraway improv teams around the globe. In 2017 Liz and her family moved back to Chicago where she continues to write and teach. She is happy to return to her alma mater, The IO Chicago, where she currently teaches Advanced Harold. Liz is a national treasure! Give it a listen.
A US lawyer is cautioning New Zealand police to think twice about becoming more reliant on American taser and drone supplier Axon. The police are poised to replace their old Axon tasers with new ones that shoot further. They also use an Axon system called evidence.com to store footage from taser cameras and interview videos. Axon also sells body worn cameras, but police here have just ruled out using them Attorney Max Isaacs is an adviser to the former independent ethics board at Axon that quit last year over its putting tasers on drones. He says charging forward with this is irresponsible. Reporter Phil Pennington spoke to Isaacs.
This week's episode of the Empire Podcast sees comedian, actor, writer, director and future King of England, Mike Birbiglia, drop by the podbooth to have an extended, but very funny, natter with Chris Hewitt about Birbiglia's one-man show, The Old Man And The Pool, which is on now at the Wyndham's Theatre in London. They talk about that, about Mike's attempts to crack Ireland, about his movie Don't Think Twice (from 2016), and more. Then Chris is joined on Zoom by Brian Duffield, the writer/director of the very good alien/home invasion thriller, No One Will Save You, which hits Disney+ this week. And either side of those, Chris is joined in the studio by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for an episode in which they further develop a plan to save cinema, try heroically to stretch the movie news section out to a decent length despite the absence of any movie news, and review Flora & Son, Dumb Money, Ballywalter, and The Expend4bles, which we regret to inform you appears to be the film's official title. Oh, and Chris has a few timestamps of interest for those asking. Bear in mind, these are approx, because of adverts and such, but Mike Birbiglia runs from 19:38 to 47:04 or thereabouts; Brian Duffield is 1:05:00 to 1:22:00, and there's a very special one for the guy who left us a glowing review on Apple's podcast store the other week, but nevertheless gave us two stars because we often forget to include timestamps. You, and he, can find that between 06:28 and 06:33. Enjoy!
In hour 1, Chris talks about Lauren Boebert who spoke to TMZ after getting kicked out of a theater production for various reasons, and some specific hanky panky. She told TMZ she will Vet future boyfriends better, since this one turned out not so great... For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in love on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday To join the conversation, Find us on X @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
National Farm Safety and Health WeekDr. Joe goes over the importance of slowing down and assessing a situation before jumping in and potentially getting hurt. A little story time, a little advice based on what Dr. Joe has done wrong, and plenty of rambling. Thanks for listening.Questions, comments, scathing rebuttals? -> email@example.com or call 612-624-3610 and leave us a message!Twitter -> @UMNmoosroom and @UMNFarmSafetyFacebook -> @UMNDairyYouTube -> UMN Beef and Dairy and UMN Farm Safety and HealthInstagram -> @UMNWCROCDairyExtension Website
President and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern Illinois Steve Bernas joins Bob Sirott to talk about a common Facebook scam and why users should be cautious of downloading the shopping app Temu. He also discusses how con artists target older adults and how to protect your children on the internet.
Is oatmeal bad for you? Let's talk about it. The small packets of flavored oatmeal contain a lot of sugar, and even though they may be marketed as healthy—they're not. But what about unsweetened oatmeal? Here are three things you might not know about unsweetened oatmeal: 1. Certain studies show a significant improvement in blood sugar and cholesterol. However, the control in one of these studies is white bread. The study also only showed an improvement in blood sugar right after the meal. Part of the study referring to cholesterol was only on consuming beta-glucan, which is an isolated compound in oatmeal. In a different study, the participants all had diabetes, and they didn't see a change in their blood glucose levels. 2. Oats contain a type of gluten called avenin. This protein has been known to increase cytokines. 3. Oat products have often been treated with glyphosate. The World Health Organization classifies glyphosate as a carcinogen. It may be beneficial to skip breakfast altogether and give intermittent fasting a try. If you do consume breakfast, eggs would be a healthier choice than oatmeal. DATA: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21843037/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3524229/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21294744/ https://www.ewg.org https://www.ewg.org
The question of whether to trust one's own gut or to painstakingly analyze any given problem has found different answers amongst different people and in different situations for centuries. On one hand, there is certainly such a thing as “paralysis by analysis.” I myself have seen numerous cases of wannabe real estate investors spend an enormous amount of time (and money) learning, only to never actually buy a property. You can even spot some “seminaraholics” at many events who have been to countless bootcamps and the like but have not locked down a single deal. Furthermore, as the famous saying goes, “time is money.” So even if a detailed analysis would yield a better result, it's not necessarily the better course of action because the time spent on such analysis might not be worth the cost. But gunslingers who just go with their intuition have been known to make plenty of mistakes, including some very large ones. WeWork's former CEO and certifiable nutjob Adam Neumann was able to convince SoftBank's CEO Masayoshi Son to invest $4.4 billion in his wildly over-valued company during a 28-minute car ride to the airport. Needless to say, that gut decision didn't play out too well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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I get these questions alllll the time... Do courses work in my industry? Is a digital course right for my business? Or is my teaching better suited to a membership? Or coaching? Would my 1-1 service translate into a course? How the heck do I move from 1-1 to a course when I'm already working 70-hour weeks? If any of those Q's feel familiar, this episode is a “How I Created This” style exposé on real businesses that went from not quite sure a course would fit… To regretting not creating one sooner. I'm dropping ALL the deets on their industry and how they created a digital course that works for their business model, from 1-1 service to non-profit work to a business that didn't even exist yet.
More than a decade since Michael Jackson's death, his legacy remains complicated and unresolved. Think Twice: Michael Jackson is an exploration of the King of Pop's life and impact – and an investigation into why his global influence continues to endure, despite the disturbing allegations against him. In this ten-part series, journalists Leon Neyfakh and Jay Smooth bring you a new perspective on the Michael Jackson story, based on dozens of original interviews with people who watched it unfold from up close. Listen to Think Twice: Michael Jackson wherever you get your podcasts or you can binge the entire series ad-free on Audible or the Amazon Music app. Listen to Think Twice: Wondery.fm/ThinkTwice_Gist Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
More than a decade since Michael Jackson's death, his legacy remains complicated and unresolved. Think Twice: Michael Jackson is an exploration of the King of Pop's life and impact – and an investigation into why his global influence continues to endure, despite the disturbing allegations against him. In this ten-part series, journalists Leon Neyfakh and Jay Smooth bring you a new perspective on the Michael Jackson story, based on dozens of original interviews with people who watched it unfold from up close. You can binge all 10 episodes of Think Twice: Michael Jackson ad-free with Wondery Plus or Audible. Download the Wondery or Audible app today: https://wondery.app.link/TT_Dis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices