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In this Podcast Episode, I talk with the amazing Abi Adams from Project Women. Abi was a joy to talk with about all things Women's health and gives great advice so make sure you listen in. "Having finally understood what a period was and the infinite health benefits it could offer at the ripe old age of 34, I began applying this to my passion of holistic health and movement leading to the birth of Prøject Wøman: building the next generation of strong and healthy women, emotionally, physically and spiritually. I apply my diverse knowledge of movement with my enriching kinesiology practice, which really gets a woman underneath her skin and the conditioning that may be holding her back". visit www.mywayofthinking.co.uk My Way Of Thinking Podcast - WE ALL HAVE A STORY! SHOW NOTES: https://www.instagram.com/abiadams_mma/ MWOT WEB - https://www.mywayofthinking.co.uk TW - https://twitter.com/mywayofthinkin3 FB – https://www.facebook.com/mywayofthink... SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/show/4m4BfTk... INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mwotpodcast/ YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJAr... APPLE PODCAST - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast... EMAIL – email@example.com Available to listen to on all the usual platforms including Apple Podcast / Spotify or watch on YouTube! PLEASE LIKE, REVIEW, RATE AND SUBSCRIBE where you can! MY WAY OF THINKING is a Podcast EVERY MONDAY that looks deep into BRILLIANT individuals from around the WORLD that have something to say. Only 4 RULES - 1 No Bullshitting - 2 No Judging - 3 No Negativity - 4 Have Fun! Human Beings are AMAZING and I'll be chatting to the best of them to find out about their JOURNEY, what makes them TICK and what lessons we can LEARN. ......Oh and maybe LAUGH along the way! Visit www.mywayofthinking.co.uk --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lee-greenhough/message
This week is Tick...Tick... BOOM! with Kaylee Johnson. Join Billy and Dagny for an episode filled with Andrew Garfield because we're also talking Under the Banner of Heaven. And Billy goes on a bit of a rant about The Matrix: Resurrections and Diana: The Musical. Hosts: Billy and Dagny McCartney Guest: Kaylee Johnson Art: Nina Howard Music: Someone Your Own Size by RW Smith
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, schools in Virginia will soon be expelling students as young as kindergarten for the crime of “malicious misgendering.” Also, the new White House Press Secretary is black and gay and expects to be applauded for it. She also happens to be terrible at her job. Democrats say it's a racist “conspiracy theory” that they hate so-called “whiteness,” but we'll listen to their actual words on the subject today. Plus, Eric Swalwell brags about being a terrible parent. A Tick-tocker attempts to answer the “what is a woman” question in the form of a poem. And in our daily cancellation we deal with the new phenomenon known as “land acknowledgments.” We'll talk about all of that and more today on the Matt Walsh Show. NBA star Jonathan Isaac has withstood immense pressure to conform to popular social issues. He wrote a book about his experience and it is available now: https://utm.io/ud96e Become a member and tune into CANDACE tonight to catch the trailer for her explosive new documentary, “The Greatest Lie Ever Told”: George Floyd and the Rise of BLM”: thegreatestlie.com Join Matt and the Daily Wire crew for Backstage Live At The Ryman on June 29th. Get your tickets NOW: https://utm.io/uezFr — Today's Sponsors: With an Alto Crypto IRA, you can trade crypto like Bitcoin, and avoid or defer the taxes. Open your Alto CryptoIRA account for as little as $10 at altoIRA.com/MATT. With thousands of satisfied customers and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, Birch Gold can help you protect your savings. Text WALSH to 989898 for your no-cost, no-obligation, FREE information kit. Shop auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Visit www.RockAuto.com and enter WALSH in the 'How Did You Hear About Us' Box. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
*** Brandon claims Kelly is disgusting *** To slaw or NOT to slaw *** Ways we try to wake ourselves up *** Arkansas High 5 - Jonesboro High School teacher to sit on the supreme court *** Arkansas gas prices are at a 10 year high and people are canceling vacations *** Paw Patrol is coming to Little Rock (taking our kids to live shows) *** Click it or Tick it - Brandon remembers riding around with no seat belts *** Is that Johnny Cash taking a leak in Arkansas *** Are you a pack rat *** Edible tape to keep burritos closed*** Arkansas High 5 - High School students receive major scholarships ***
Wann? Das ist unklar. Würde es einen Unterschied machen, wenn wir wüssten, wieviel Zeit uns noch bleibt? Würden wir das Leben mehr wertschätzen? Würden wir mehr lieben? Bei diesen Fragen lande ich, weil ich ein nicht-smartes Nokia-Mobiltelefon in den Händen halte und mich an das Simsen meiner Teenagerjahre zurückerinnere. – Von Tamara Boppart
Join Jeff Fuller of Soggy Acres Retrievers as we talk about the Finale for the Gundog Training Series! We also go over the importance for flea and tick meds and why now is the time to preserve that cover by your blind! #jefffuller #soggyacresretrievers #duckhunting #duckcalling #goosehunting #goosecalling #dogtraining #grooming #dog #dogs #puppy #puppies #labradorretriever #upland #waterfowl #pheasanthunting #dctkennels #trupanion #mecoutdoors #boucherjanesville --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sportingdog/support
When national champion football player and firearms instructor Richard Shinn went turkey hunting one day in rural Alabama, he didn't know that day would change his life forever. Upon hearing a turkey call out, Richard didn't adequately bug-spray himself, as he was in a hurry to get into the woods. Later, soon after eating pork ribs, a near-death allergic reaction sent him to the emergency room. Richard was now severely allergic to red meat due to a single lone star tick bite. How did this happen and what can be done? Hear the emerging science and mystery behind alpha-gal syndrome on this episode of Rick & Bubba University. Sponsors: Manscaped: Manscaped recently launched the ultimate men's hygiene bundle – the Performance Package, including their precision-engineered tools! And you can join over 4 million men worldwide who trust Manscaped with this exclusive offer – you'll get 20% off and free worldwide shipping with my code, “RICK20” at https://Manscaped.com. This Performance Package has it all. You get the Lawn Mower 4.0 trimmer, the Weed Whacker ear and nose hair trimmer, Crop Preserver deodorant for the air down there, Crop Reviver Toner, Performance Boxer Briefs, and a travel bag to hold all your goodies! Manscaped has revolutionized the field of self-care for men – their 4th generation trimmer features a cutting-edge ceramic blade to reduce grooming accidents; it's all part of their Advanced SkinSafe Technology. AND it's waterproof and includes a 400k LED spotlight, in case you need to get a little more precise with your shaving. Get 20% off and FREE SHIPPING with the code “RICK20” at https://Manscaped.com. Unlock your confidence and always use the right tools for the job with Manscaped! Patriot Mobile - We are proud to partner with Patriot Mobile because they never sent a penny to the left, they will NEVER SILENCE YOU and they are America's ONLY Christian Conservative wireless provider. Switching is easy! Keep your phone number, bring your own phone or buy a new one. Build your own bundle with multi-line discounts and save even more. Go to http://PatriotMobile.com/RICKBUBBA or call their US-based customer service team at 972-PATRIOT. Veterans and first responders save even more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For a second time Eddy Souza, the King of Corbett, took on the Tick out in the Ocala National Forest getting his second victory out there! This is a point-to-point 50 Miler that follows the Florida National Scenic Trail from Alexander Springs State Park to the far end of the Rodman Reservoir Dam. In years past, Rich Flint has been the race director... as for this year Andrea Tilley has now taken on the role with Rich now running the races he has developed. This one cool old school Florida trail race.
Ticks and, more specifically, tick-borne diseases are a concern all over the South Fork but particularly in North Haven Village, where deer and ticks flourish. The village government is working on ways to make it easier to place 4-Posters, which are bait stations that rub tick-killing permethrin on the necks and ears of deer as they eat corn. This week on 27Speaks, North Haven-based journalist Peter Boody joins the editors to discuss the effectiveness of 4-Posters and spraying tickicides, the public concerns about using these methods, and the steps residents can take to protect their families from ticks.
Inflation: The first inflation print in the second quarter of the year continues to show a rise on average prices. Since the beginning of the quarter, oil prices have somewhat settled - trading between US$100 and US$110 per barrel. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Someone makes a reddit post and then Dilz tries to explain the Tick system. In the same vein, Jagex tries to explain the results in the PvP poll blog which ultimately leaves people more confused. They then decide to open up the PvP Discord Server to the public. See the devblog here Giants Foundry receives some tweaking and extra rewards as well. Question of the week: "What is your most proudest achievement in OSRS?" Call us on Speakpipe Join the community discord: www.Discord.gg/TheWilderness You can support the show at: www.Buymeacoffee.com/dilz www.Patreon.com/TheWildernessPodcast Come hangout in-game in our clan Wild Get in touch with us at TheWildernessPodcast@gmail.com
Thanks for tuning in to the Activated Authors podcast. If you're ready to ACTIVATE your author career, head on over to https://activatedauthors.com/ Renee Gallant spent the biggest part of her childhood growing up in north Texas, hiding behind bushes or sitting in trees immersed in stories of mystery and adventure and scratching out her own Trixie Belden fan fiction. But it was only after reaching middle age, having an empty nest, and being bitten by a creepy little eight-legged foe that she thought to pick up pen and paper once more and lose herself in a fictional world where anything was possible. Unfortunately, no, she did not turn into Spiderman. Nor even The Tick, but instead became an advocate for auto-immune sufferers, a grandmother, and finally a published author. After a twenty-year hiatus where she was all things to all people, Renee Gallant switched her focus back to herself and her first love, words. In this episode we go deep into: Renee's writing journey [03:39] Lessons learnt from early writing [09:20] Motherhood and creativity [10:50] The importance of finishing things [14:57] Owning her own business [17:14] Digging out of the pit [23:10] The benefits of being in a writers community [26:22] The work of an indie [29:42] Lessons from the first three books [35:16] Coming out of burnout [38:09] Breaking free of guilt [40:17] Living with Lyme disease [42:53] Why Renee writes [52:31] Find out more about Renee Gallant: http://reneegallant.com/ Social Media: @thewriterenee Get more from Activated Authors! https://activatedauthors.com/ Watch the Show: https://youtu.be/BFr58jVyI0I Find out more about Daniel Willcocks https://www.danielwillcocks.com/ Special thanks to: Show theme: Karl Hughes Show editing: Sam Frost
Every week, AJ hopes for someone, ANYONE to take his crown and dominate the Flubble Montage. This week, was not that week. (0:00) A spreading tick-borne disease that can kill you, with no symptoms. Ivan the tick guy was on to explain the new, terrifying virus, and then admitted that he loves ticks. (6:22) Scot Haney is no fan of mayonnaise. The Tribe started to call in their thoughts and opinions, including one guy who is so disgusted by the condiment that he threw a friend in the pool for flicking some onto his face. (22:44) Boss Keith's Top 5 was more a fact-finding mission for him this week, trying to spend the least amount of money possible on Mother's Day gifts. (37:08) Image Credit: piyaset / iStock / Getty Images Plus
Tick Man Dan says that despite the relatively cool weather we've been having in New England, tick season is in full bloom! It appears that the number of ticks is worse this year than it has been in previous years. Tick Man Dan is here to answer your questions and dispense his wisdom about ticks.
In the first hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock discussed the pro-abortion Never Trumpers, Elon Musk calling out progressive operatives targeting Twitter, and Critter News of a flamingo eating fox and a tick that makes you allergic to meat. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. Show website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Warmer winters in Connecticut are helping to welcome invasive ticks, and the diseases they can carry. Nearly half of the ticks in Connecticut are carrying one pathogen, according to Dr. Goudarz Molaei, head of the state's tick surveillance program; and at least three invasive tick species are being tracked. Mary Beth Pfeiffer joins to touch more on the link between climate change and the spread of ticks. Plus, diagnosing tick-borne diseases is tough enough, but Chronic author Dr. Steven Phillips points out some medical myths and misnomers making it harder. What can help us better prevent, and treat, vector-borne illnesses? GUESTS: Dr. Steven Phillips: Physician; Author, Chronic: The Hidden Cause of the Autoimmune Pandemic and How to Get Healthy Again Mary Beth Pfeiffer: Investigative Journalist; Author, Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change Dr. Goudarz Molaei: Research Scientist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Center; Director of the Tick and Tick-borne Diseases Surveillance Program, Center for Vector Biology and Zoonotic Diseases Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's tick season and Connecticut officials say a man in Windham County was confirmed to have contracted Powassan virus. The disease is rare, but can attack the nervous system, causing loss of coordination, difficulty speaking and seizures. Dr. Browne told us what we need to be aware of and how to avoid a tick bite. IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus
This week, we have the aptly named Tick Terminator, otherwise known as Brian Anderson. Brian has had a fascination with ticks–and how to terminate them–for over ten years. He has advised companies on how to deal with their outdoor employees, suggesting best practice to keep them from contracting Lyme and other diseases. Today, he's offering advice to hikers and backpackers. He does this in a fun, informative way, and I think we hit all the important points. If you'd like to learn more, Brian's website is https://www.thetickterminator.com, while he can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lymetick/ We caught up with another two of our Mighty Blue Class of 22. This time, Dom Tammaro tells us of his rattle snake encounter AND his new trail name, while Joanne Birditt has eventually called a halt to her hike. Her smiling face on the show told me that it was the right decision. Finally today, we have the Prologue of our new book. This was formerly a blog post, and I recently received permission to read it from George Steffanos, the writer. You can read more about George and his book at his website at https://georgesteffanos.webador.com/, as well as buy his book from Amazon at this link. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09QFG4ZR6 If you like what we're doing on the Hiking Radio Network, and want to see our shows continue, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. You'll find the donate button on each Hiking Radio Network page at https://www.hikingradionetwork.com If you prefer NOT to use PayPal, you can now support us via check by mailing it to Mighty Blue Publishing, PO Box 6161, Sun City Center, FL 35751. Any support is gratefully received. If you'd like to take advantage of my book offer (all three of my printed hiking books–with a personal message and signed by me–for $31, including postage to the United States) send a check payable to Mighty Blue Publishing at the address just above.
In this Podcast Episode I talk with the brilliant Christopher Soucy. Chris has amazing stories and skills so I'll let him sell it himself. He writes "I am a screenwriter / poet / playwright / actor / director / puppeteer living in Savannah, Georgia. ! own an improv comedy team as well as a Shakespeare theater company. I am a professional talker who double majored in theater and philosophy. One of my passions is collecting and sharing ghost stories, primarily first-person accounts". So a very skilled guy indeed and great to chat to and if you like Ghost stories you'll love this! My Way Of Thinking Podcast - WE ALL HAVE A STORY! SHOW NOTES: https://www.tiktok.com/@soucyman MWOT WEB - https://www.mywayofthinking.co.uk TW - https://twitter.com/mywayofthinkin3 FB – https://www.facebook.com/mywayofthink... SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/show/4m4BfTk... INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mwotpodcast/ YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJAr... APPLE PODCAST - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast... EMAIL – firstname.lastname@example.org Available to listen to on all the usual platforms including Apple Podcast / Spotify or watch on YouTube! PLEASE LIKE, REVIEW, RATE AND SUBSCRIBE where you can! MY WAY OF THINKING is a Podcast EVERY MONDAY that looks deep into BRILLIANT individuals from around the WORLD that have something to say. Only 4 RULES - 1 No Bullshitting - 2 No Judging - 3 No Negativity - 4 Have Fun! Human Beings are AMAZING and I'll be chatting to the best of them to find out about their JOURNEY, what makes them TICK and what lessons we can LEARN. ......Oh and maybe LAUGH along the way! Visit www.mywayofthinking.co.uk --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lee-greenhough/message
In the latest Impact Call for April 2022 we heard from: 00:00 - Introduction to call 05:09 - Kirsten Patterson on IOD 15:52 - Maria English on Impact Lab 27:22 - Ros Rice on Community Networks Aotearoa 44:38 - Final thoughts 46:13 - End Kirsten Patterson (KP) is the Chief Executive of the Institute of Directors of New Zealand (IOD) – was great to hear more about this organisation that has 10,000 members and some of the resources available on their site and the initiatives and training and conferences they run. https://www.iod.org.nz/# Maria English the CEO of Impact Lab – interesting to learn background to the work they do in helping organisations measure impact and how they go about doing that https://impactlab.co.nz/ Ros Rice the Executive Officer of Community Networks Aotearoa sharing about their recent initiative to provide governance training “Tick for Governance” in the form of a series of 10 modules at a reasonable price – including the first one being free – and loved hearing about the whimsy in the videos https://www.communitynetworksaotearoa... End Video https://youtu.be/ilqPLLPp8Vg More content at www.theseeds.nz
Following Justice Samuel Alito's leaked opinion draft, thousands of protesters took to the steps of the Supreme Court. We speak with a reproductive rights expert on how local laws or resources will be affected if Roe is overturned. Then, a tick whose bite can cause you to develop an allergy to red meat is becoming more prevalent in our region. An entomologist tells us how this bug's bite could harm us as more people head outdoors in the Spring weather.
Host/Producer: Rhonda Feiman Co-Producer: Petra Hall Technical assistance: Joel Mann & Amy Browne Healthy Options: For Well-being & Being Well Ticks ARE out- and biting (ugh!), so it's time for our yearly update on TICKS, Lyme, and tick-borne illness, with tick specialist, Dr. Beatrice Szantyr. Key Discussion Points: 1. What is a tickborne illness? 2. What tickborne infections are viruses and which are bacterial, and how can they be treated? 3. What is the prevalence of Lyme disease, and other infections in Maine? 5. What percentage of people get a rash with Lyme infections and what does that rash look like? 6. Besides deer ticks, what other kinds of ticks are here now in Maine? What kind of diseases/infections can we get from them? 7. What is anaplasmosis and Powassan virus and why are we so concerned about these infections? 8. What can we do to protect ourselves from tick bites? 9. What do I do if I've been bitten? Where can I send the tick to analyze what it may carry, and will this help in my possible treatment? Guest: Dr. Beatrice Szantyr, an Internist and Pediatrician who lectures on Lyme disease and related tick-borne disorders in Maine and nationally, to both professional and community groups. She is an active member of the Maine CDC Vector Borne Disease Work Group, and a member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society. Dr. Szantyr most recently served on the 2022 Federal Tick-Borne Disease Working Group, the Access to Care and Education Subcommittee. Websites of Interest: Tick testing Maine Tick testing Amherst MA. (tests for more diseases) MANY websites of interest from previous Healthy Options programs can also be found at: Healthy Options Archive 5/5/21 Healthy Options Archive 6/3/20 About the host: Rhonda Feiman is a nationally-certified, licensed acupuncturist practicing in Belfast, Maine since 1993. She primarily practices Toyohari Japanese acupuncture, using gentle and powerful non-insertion needle techniques, and also utilizes Chinese acupuncture and herbology. In addition, Rhonda is a practitioner of Qi Gong and an instructor of Tai Chi Chuan in the Yang Family tradition. The post Healthy Options 5/4/22: Yearly Update on TICKS, Lyme, and Tick-borne Illnesses first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
Following Justice Samuel Alito's leaked opinion draft, thousands of protesters took to the steps of the Supreme Court. We speak with a reproductive rights expert on how local laws or resources will be affected if Roe is overturned. Then, a tick whose bite can cause you to develop an allergy to red meat is becoming more prevalent in our region. An entomologist tells us how this bug's bite could harm us as more people head outdoors in the Spring weather.
Today's guest is Kate Jayden - a 35 year old endurance athlete from Derbyshire, who recently set an epic challenge of completing 100 marathons in 100 days. The official record for running marathons on consecutive days is 95, as Kate awaits verification from Guinness World Records that she is the NEW world record holder. #AskJake: Each week, we'll take one of your questions and Jake will answer it. Today's it's about back to back marathons. See the full show notes & resources here: http://runningwithjake.com/plodcast
It's spring -- and time to start your regular tick-checks again! A South shore landscaper shares some tricks of the trade that can help you keep disease-carrying ticks at bay.
We check in with infectious disease specialist Dr. Taormina about what it means to exit the pandemic phase and ask why there have been more vaccinated people dying from COVID-19.
In this Episode Justin and Eric are joined by the Shredder himself from the TMNT II Secret of the OOZE movie, Actor Francois Chau! With over 138 film and Television credits to his career spanning more than 35 years, Justin and Eric ask him some burning questions about his experience with TMNT. The conversation goes on to discuss his work on Fan Favorite show Lost as the Dr. Pierre Chang from the Dharma Initiative, and his role as Walter from the Amazon Prime series The Tick. Francois is a big fan of all things Sci Fi and we have a great conversation that you are sure to enjoy, so check it out Dudes! A new Pizza Recipe from the Shredder too. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/epictalesfromthesewers/message
Luke Combs stops by the studio to talk about his upcoming album, where he found out he was becoming a dad, and the unusual place he met up with Ed Sheeran. Amy is worried after getting bit by a tick recently. We get an update from Lunchbox's Uber charges that he thinks were caused by the Haunted Doll. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 297"Dexter: New Blood"Actor: Gizel Jimenez.#dexter #dexternewblood #ticktickboom Gizel recurs on Showtime's Dexter: New Blood and plays a substantial role in Lin Manuel Miranda's Netflix film, Tick, Tick...Boom! She made her Broadway debut as Nessarose in Wicked (first Hispanic actor cast as Nessa on Broadway). Off-Broadway: Avenue Q (first ethnic actor to portray Kate Monster Off Broadway), Miss You Like Hell (Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel nominations for outstanding lead actress in a musical), Frozen (Princess Ana at the Hyperion), Big River (Encores!), and Party People. Starred at NYS&F in Alice By Heart; Williamstown in Marsha Norman's Secret Soldiers. National tour: West Side Story. TV: NBC's Law & Order SVU, HBO's Divorced, Neighbors (web series). @gizeljimenezofficialInstagram: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Facebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Twitter:@mdmcriticwww.mmcpodcast.comEmail: Mondaymorningcritic@gmail.comYouTube: Monday Morning Critic Podcast
The gang find themselves in the dark in this mansion, separated, with monsters all around them. Will they be able to survive the onslaught of the creatures or will they fall to the darkness? Just as a note at 1hr 35minutes Tick's audio is lost for the rest of the episode, Marrow is fine just very quiet. Remember if you're enjoying the show to follow us on all social media @gobletsandgays! Also please like, share, review, and subscribe to help us find other gays. Don't forget to join us over on our discord! Check out our friends at Bring Your Own Mech & The Storyteller Squad! Theme by @seanmcro Music by @TableTopAudio | Sound Effects @FreeSound Check out our links! Help out #UnionizePaizo! Cast: Dungeon Master - @MadQueenCosplay | Astraea - @Akinomii_Art | Dumisa - @DragonCatpaw | Marrow - @TickoutSydabus | Grun - @Dragonmaster149 | Tamsin - @ADisasterQueer
You can find micro-animals just about everywhere. They're on your face and in your hair. They're in puddles and in soil. One of the most famous of these microscopic creatures is the tardigrade. This episode zooms in on these adorable little animals, also known as moss piglets and water bears. The biggest tardigrade is about the size of the tip of a sharpened pencil, but most are smaller. More like the width of a hair. They're kinda like a squishy pillow with eight legs, four on each side, with finger-like little claws at the end of each leg. And a round, snout-like opening on its face. Jasmine Nirody tells us what she's learned about these cuties through her research. She's watched hundreds of hours of tardigrade videos. Way better than YouTube, right? We'll also hear about where you can find tardigrades, how they live and why we've sent them to space. Don't forget to check out the brand new Mystery Sound too. If you're near Los Angeles or St. Paul, you still have time to check out Brains On Live: Your Brain Is Magic. Molly, Marc and Sanden will wow you with magic, jokes and dancing. Ticket info is at brainson.org/events. This episode was sponsored by: Indeed (Indeed.com/BRAINSON) Novo (Novo.co/BRAINS) Insect Lore (Insectlore.com) Shopify (Shopify.com/brainson) Galileo Camps (Galileo-camps.com – promo code: FUNSUMMER2022 for $100 off camp) Little Passports (Littlepassports.com/BRAINS – 20% off for new customers) Pinna (Pinna.fm/BRAINSON - promo code BRAINSON)
Tamra Reall is an entomologist with Missouri Extension and she speaks with KMOX Health Editor Fred Bodimer about tick season which is now through June and what can be done to prevent them getting on you and if one does the best way to remove it. (Photo Credit - Getty images)
In this episode, Owner of Access Physical Therapy, Clarence Holmes, Jr, talks about generational differences in physical therapy. Today, Clarence talks about burnout, the idea of value, and the different ideas of pay structure. Why is the measurement of productivity problematic? Hear about the promise of mentorship for lower pay, the problem of toxic positivity, and finding the better way in each new generation, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “The reason why things are fluid and changing with every generation is because there's always a better way.” “We have to be open to that better way.” “No one loves PTs as much as PTs love PTs.” “It is so heathy to have a full well-rounded conversation that points out the bad and the good, and you don't have to finish with a positive statement in a conversation.” “Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” “It's become an expectation in this country to overwork.” More about Clarence Holmes, Jr Dr Clarence Holmes, Jr is a native of Cleveland MS. He attended Mississippi State University for his undergraduate studies and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2014. Dr Holmes then completed an orthopedic residency with Mercer university in Atlanta GA in 2015. He has worked in various settings to include sports/outpatient orthopedics, acute care, and the state jail system. Now, he owns and operates Access Physical Therapy, a concierge cash based physical therapy practice in the Atlanta metropolitan area. He also works as a staff physical therapist with Kindred At Home. Dr Holmes has been involved with APTA at various levels to include 2 terms on the Student Assembly Board of Directors, delegate for the state of Georgia to the House of Delegates, and currently serves as a board member for the Georgia Foundation for Physical Therapy. In his free time, he also owns and operates The Travel Doctor, a full service travel agency as well as tackling small woodworking projects. He also scuba dives and enjoys traveling the world with his beautiful wife, Turquoise and their golden retriever and chihuahua/terrier mix puppies. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Healthcare, Physiotherapy, Burnout, Generational Differences, Productivity, Mentorship, Improvement, To learn more, follow Clarence at: Website: https://www.accessptatl.com Twitter: @matterundrmined Instagram: @caholmes6 Facebook: @clarenceh3 Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: Hello, this is Jenna Cantor with healthy, wealthy and smart. I'm really excited. I am interviewing Dr. Clarence a Holmes Jr. Just wrote on Zoom, or we're doing the interview. And Dr. Clarence who said, just call me clearance. I'm like, Okay, hi, Clarence, said that he works with home health and is the owner of a concierge cash based practice, which everybody who listens knows I'm cash based. I'm like, Yeah, hello, Conrad. I love that so much. Let's serve our people, our patients. We are coming on because we met at a conference. And there was a discussion on generational differences in physical therapy. And Clarence had some real interesting thoughts on this. And I was like, this is a podcast in the making. So I approached him right away. And I said, Can we do this topic and a podcast? And fortunately enough, he said, Yes. Like a proposal. It was beautiful. So here we are talking about generational differences in physical therapy. I think this is a really, really important topic. Now. I just let's just start diving in to one we're saying general racial differences, everyone, please don't refrain from getting offended with how we, how we try to describe this, because this is one we're differentiating between ages. And I saw I saw individuals struggling with that trying to be appropriate. So if we do say anything in our descriptions, inappropriate, feel free, please absolutely correct us. But be nice, because we're doing the best we can. But this is a very important conversation. So we'd rather take the risk in in really diving into the topic. So yeah, just let's all be nice. Okay. So regarding generational differences, I'm assuming that we're talking about the more seasoned crowd, people who have been around for a long period of time, compared to newer people in the physical therapy. Oh, right. Correct. Am I missing anything? Or is there any other way we need to define it? 02:39 No, I mean, and honestly, you're talking about me when you said if you recognize people being uncomfortable, trying to differentiate between these these generations, in conversation without trying to fin that was me at our conference. I didn't want to say the boomer generation, I didn't want to say the millennials simply because a lot of people tie a lot of negative connotations to those. And we're 03:03 also missing Gen X, because Gen X is actually the y'all are the youngest practitioners right now. Not millennials. Yeah. 03:09 Yeah. And I think there's a lot of similar Z 03:12 is Z. Oh, my God, ie, Z. Oh, my gosh, I missed the letter in the alphabet. Yeah. It might 03:17 be x. I don't don't hold me to it. But But, but yeah, so that was one. But But no, you captured it perfectly. I do think there is a a riff between the older generation and the younger generation to just put it put it lightly. Yeah. Just simply because and I mentioned it in the conferences that the older generation are the ones who are owning these practices, traditional practices. And the younger generation, our generation are the ones who tend to be more of the employees. And that's natural. But what's what's unnatural? Well, this is also natural to have some generational difference was unnatural is the riff, the, the battle that kind of comes along with it, and how we respond to it. So 04:03 yeah, so let's, yeah, I love that. Let's do what we're aware. I was very interested. Let's go back and and just do one general generational difference at a time and then if we okay, I feel like that's what pops in our head for now. And that's it. That's great. So one, just named one at the top of your head one Gen. Gen. Oh, my gosh, why is this? So? General? generational difference, let's start with one. 04:29 So I mean, there's two big ones that stick out to me. One is just this idea of pay structure. And specifically in the PT realm of, of how long has someone been here? versus what is this person doing for my company? And the best example I can give is me personally, of working in a job my first job post residency. I'm an ortho I'm a lover, or I will consider myself an ortho PT, even though I work in the home health arena, and the concierge cash base, I will consider myself an orthopedic physical therapist. My first job post residency was at a private practice in Atlanta, and I was paid the least amount of all the therapists across the entire company, which was four practices in Atlanta. But I was the second highest producing therapists in the company. And so, you know, generational differences comes down to the old way of doing things was, who has the most experience, they get paid the most? My personal opinion is, that's not logical, we're, I'm a logical being and a lot of my generation are, if it doesn't make sense to us, we're going to be vocal about it. And it didn't make sense to me that I was producing one paper, more money, better outcomes than the majority of the therapists and I was paid the least, that's one major win. And it kind of feeds into the second you asked for one, but this kind of feeds into it. Younger generations, older generations value loyalty. You know, they expect somebody to come in and work for them for 10 to 1520, almost 30 their entire careers. And my generation just, we're not happy, we're going to move on. And so that puts a lot of responsibility on the employer to find out what makes us happy. And sometimes that just doesn't, that doesn't translate well. 06:39 Yeah, I see where these connect, let's focus on the first one, because that is a really good, interesting point, I have definitely mentored some dance PTS who are burnt out, and they are in a situation where, Oh, Gosh, darn it, what is it productivity, productivity is measured. And that has been very problematic for them, because they'll come in, and they see that they are, they know, they're getting paid less. But they're not more because in your case, you actually saw the data, but they're seeing the, they are seeing the exact number of patients as a seasoned professional, there, and they're just they don't understand why they're getting paid less, if they're seeing the same amount, then they were there, they would imagine, I would be seeing less patients, then that would make more sense, you know, but no, that's not the case. And therefore, that income would still be it is assumed that income would still be made. So it's almost like they're being profit, they're more of a profit is being made off of them. They're exhausted, you know, but they're not getting a lighter load to feed that exhaustion, that adjustment, they're getting treated just the same. And so they don't understand that pay difference when they come in. And I'm going to bounce off this a little bit more because of what the reasoning so it's going to get a slightly off topic, but I'm always okay with that is the promise of mentorship as a reason for why they are paying less that can be a reasoning behind it, which still, there are some clinics that actually provide mentorship, but the majority of them do not actually provide that mentorship, so it's more verbage. Or they have some sort of automated system, that's there maybe videos or something. So there, it's not really an extra effort. It's something that's already there that can help streamline what's going on. Especially if you're in a place that measures the productivity. You can promise it as a as a somebody owns a clinic, however, who's the physical therapist, and how much time do they actually have to really mentor? So if there really, it doesn't make sense, right? This reasoning of oh, why, you know, and these are generational, different thoughts, but for I think that's what you're hitting is that the younger generation will speak their minds and say, hey, you know, they're not getting that mentorship, they're not getting that value for them to go. Oh, that's why then because they get oh, you know what, I'm getting great mentorship, kind of like where people think residencies, getting great mentorship that get one in paying less I get it. I totally get it. That's not the case. No, no, in a lot of circumstances. 09:33 Seven years, I think I've been out seven and a half years for a PT school. And I've never been in an environment outside of residency that that had any type of formal mentorship. But you're correct in that I've have had several interviews with several companies that have promised mentorship because that was important to me. I kind of did less the reason I worked at the job that I did that I'm mentioning in this in this interview. This conversation. The reason I took that job, and I knew I was getting paid less than I was worth. Um, the reason I took it was because my clinical manager and the only person who was more productive than I was a personal mentor, who was my was one of my direct mentors in residency. And so I saw it as an opportunity to continue getting mentored. And so I'm getting an exchange of additional mentorship. I will take less pay. 10:32 Okay, yes. And your, your through your apps, you're like, Oh, yes, yes. 10:36 Correct. But there was no formal mentorship. Now, I did continue work with this guy. I did learn a lot from him. But there was no formal. 10:45 That's a big, that's a big deal. It's not exactly, 10:48 exactly. And there's no when is the end point? I mean, when is the point where I say, Okay, I've received enough mentorship now I'm ready to get paid. Okay. Right. There has to be some kind of trade off there. So. But you're absolutely correct that that is there is a common promise of these employers to employees, younger, generational PTS, of mentorship, in exchange for, you know, lower, less than ideal pay, but is delivered upon. 11:20 Right, right. And I think that's the thing, because there's different ways to work around depending on the clinic, and everything that can happen in these rooms for negotiation. So when these different mindsets come into the room, for it to work out, but you got to follow through on both sides. One is providing the mentorship and the other side is accepting, that's what you accepted, and knowing that owning that. So, but it can be I mean, you know, what I was about to go into different things you can negotiate, but this is not a lesson on negotiation. So I'm going to skip over that. So yeah, when you when you are going into a clinic, I feel like that is a way to potentially solve the problem, but it's just not being solved right now. It's it's still, these gentlemen are the we have people who own these businesses who are getting annoyed about the the younger generation talking about money, but then they're not looking at, they're not really listening and taking in what is being said, because it's it's a block that we can get our own bias on how we lived our lives. And, and we need to get out of ourselves. I say that, as a practice owner, myself, we have to always work to get out of ourselves all the time, in order to better listen, to be with the changes of the world. And the reason why there are changes, but the reason why things are fluid, and it's always changing with every generation and so on, is because there's always a better way. Right? And we may not answer to it. But But there's always a better way. And and you got to figure out, you know, what's what's going to if you really care so much about keeping them around for a long time. And that's, that's a big deal for you. And absolutely, totally get that it's great to have somebody there for a long time, then what is it that they care about? What is it that they care about? You know, and how do you and then if you want to do something that is not financial? Because your your clinic can only afford so much? What are those intangibles that you can bring to the table? Or even the physical therapist coming into work for them? What are those intangibles, and that's where you can really come to the table for a better exchange with those generational differences. I think, you know, and, 13:36 you know, and one of the things that you kind of touched on is that we have to be, there's always a better way, and we have to be open to that better way. And I think that's where we run into an issue of when a younger generational PT says, well, this doesn't make sense to me, I want this amount of money. That's not us complaining. And I think that can be perceived as, as as, as a complaint, US whining, because we were known as the whiny generation. We you know, we complain a lot and what compared to what we're told is that we complain a lot, we're whining, we're never satisfied. And it's not that we're whining. It's not that we're sad. It's just that we grew up in the information age, we know what the PT next was making. Well, we know what the average PT makes. And so we come to the table and ask for this. It's not as whining and it shouldn't be perceived that way and we shouldn't be promoted as the whining generation is annoying. Having the information available to us and trying to benefit on or not even benefit just just be pay. We're given what we're worth. You know, we're rainbows and clouds profession. I mean, we we are a just a happy, just beautiful people and we just love people love everybody. And we're so happy go lucky and lovey dovey and I love that about us. But one thing that we do tend to forget is that the word can mean that we are healthcare practitioners first, but this is also a business. We have to be sustainable, to be able to provide the jobs for our employees, we have to be fulfilled in our careers to be able to provide the care the level of care that our patients deserve. And some of the ways that we do that is to ensure that our employees are happy. Somebody brought up at the conference, the idea of valuing your employees. And value in itself. I think, for us as this lovey dovey profession means so many different things, but value in itself as a word is a financial word. What is the value of me as a a physical therapist? I know my financial value, if you cannot meet that, as you've already touched on, if you can't meet what I'm asking for what else can you meet me, meet me halfway meet me with increase vacation days, maybe with an increase a formal mentorship program. We're supposed to meet and you're supposed to meet me where I am as an employee. And so I think that's where there's a big barrier as well. And that sometimes we're a little bit too focused on intangible things where a lot of or several of us are looking for tangible benefits in my generation. So I think that's a big riff. And it's a it's got to do with our identity crisis in our profession that I said this at the conference. Nobody loves pts. As much as PTS love BTS. And that's our issue as as a profession that we have to address. And I think that kind of that kind of flows over into this this generational difference. Oh, my God, it does. It does. Absolutely. Absolutely. And so that's, you know, I don't want to get too deep here, but I want I actually 16:55 want to bounce off you because, yes, because they popped in my head earlier. And I was like, I just let the idea, you know, because I just want to listen to you. But yes, it's the Pete, the best thing to T PTS, you know, and there's nothing wrong with us, the more seasoned professional that I mean, yes, ever. When I say this, I know they're seasoned. Like, I know, they're sick, we're not perfect. But the C's, they they live on this rainbows and clouds. I'm just saying, I know, it's a harsh way to say it. I hear I hear what I'm saying. But whatever I'm gonna say it. And then we have where the younger generation, I think it's Gen Z, because Gen X is before. So okay, so we have the Gen Z, and the millennials are newer in the profession. And they're not afraid to point out things that they think are wrong. But I think then with that in mind, I think from higher up there is toxic positivity. And I think that's where that comes in. Where it's pushed upon, you cannot say anything bad. But then we lose this honesty and transparency in what's going on in the communication. And, and God forbid, something bad is said, you know, boy, and guess who's on social media, everyone? So if you're talking about, you know, like, oh, there's younger people are complaining. Facebook is older people, man, Twitter is older people. Like there's some younger on there too. Yeah. But like the hotspots to be at are tick tock and mostly ticked in my opinion. Tick tock. Yes. And then I think I never looked at the data. So yeah, but I think Instagram is secondary, but that also has to do with like, how I like to watch the videos personally, I can I can scroll through the Tick Tock thing and then I can go to Instagram Instagrams a little bit not as smooth I go back to tick tock okay. So um, but but that's you know, that's where it's so far talking about all the younger they all they do is complain that's, that's all ages baby. That's all ages, we all we we all like don't I think it is so healthy, to have a full well rounded conversation that points out the bad and the good and you don't have to finish with a positive statement in a conversation about it's okay to end in a gray area. It's okay to end in a dark area and both see it you know, yeah, that is I don't have a solution. Like that's actually that's not a good thing. It's okay. But we but this toxic positivity puts anybody going through anything on the spot if you're anybody who might be oh gosh, dealing with somebody who is has poor health in your family and you can't talk about it or mention it at all and you're yet to put on this face. I get it. That's you know, I'm putting in air quotes professionalism, but professional professional only means literally other profession. Everything else is defined by you. Or defined by me. So literally, that's all perfect. Like everything else is like up in the air up for grabs. however you interpret it. So the you know, took like, place these these random rules on what professionalism, professionalism is from that point on is is purely subjective. And that's where that toxic positivity comes in. Yeah. And then in then we get these risks these butting heads, because everybody has different core values, which is great. And I think that is a huge generational difference and where we lose and miss out on opportunities to listen and hear more. 20:29 Correct, correct. And that's where the issue becomes. I spoke on generational differences, as in the context of what is leading to burnout in early career professionals are the career pts. And I spoke on generational differences as one of the things that I thought was a key key difference. And one thing to note to note is that this isn't specific to pt. It's not burnout is not specific to PT, these generational differences is not are not just specific to physical therapy. This is a doula globally, this is definitely an issue in our country. There are, you know, I'm gonna make this a political conversation. But you know, there are, you know, 21:16 whatever all's fair game when you're with me, 21:20 you see, there's a group of people that believe that, you know, there's no, this is the greatest country on Earth. And that this is there, they would, they would know, they would not live anywhere else. And to say anything bad about our country is anti American. And then there's another generation that says, this is a good country to live in. This is, hey, I'm happy to live here. But there's a crap ton of issues that we need to address to make this country as great as it could be. And so that is, I say all that to say that there is no, I don't think we solve this issue. I don't know if there is a solid solution to the issue. But as I stated before, I do believe there are pptx, specific generational difference issues that we can address. And we should address. And as long as everybody is willing to hear each other out. Yeah, compromise, which is kind of where my conversation was with with the gentleman at the conference that we spoke about earlier. I had an opinion, but I heard him out. And I still don't agree with him. 100%. But I can identify a little bit more with where he's coming from. And I think that's key, I think it's important to have these conversations get uncomfortable with being, you know, get comfortable with being uncomfortable. And have these uncomfortable conversations to say, yes, these are the issues we have with your generation. These are the issues y'all have with mine. Where is that common ground? You know, is they always is, like you said better than we are? And so So, you know, I don't know, I don't know, I'm not the visionary, I see that you I can't give you the solution. I 23:08 don't know where I know, it's just to have a conversation. So that's all we're just having a conversation about this, which I think is great. You know, to get your minds and everyone's minds to start to think you know, are there you know, generational differences and everything. And be careful as you listen, it can be very hard because we there are a lot of people we're going to people help, we're a service business. And with that we get these people pleasing mindsets, where we can lose ourselves. And I would actually say definitely big time in the younger, newer generation. And in order to please the generation that has been around longer, we don't listen to ourselves and just agree it's okay to disagree. It doesn't mean you have to disagree. But really keep challenging yourself to get more and more in tune with what you believe in. And greater conversations can happen, greater solutions, greater growth and progress between all of us can happen, which is so cool. And it may not happen overnight, where you feel comfortable to talk about it. But keep I definitely agree with what you're saying. It's just if you can just keep even if it's a little bit challenge yourself a little bit more every time to just, you know, get there, you know, not easy, not easy. No. I love it. Any any other generational differences that you think oh, Jenna this or have we reached kind of your like, those are kind of the main ones where we 24:41 Yeah, no, I I do think those are my, you know, very inter intertwine those two that I talked about. I don't think that as as a this is sort of like a final word if you Yes, yes. I do think that specifically to this country, we value overwork For example, I, you know, I think that we value the the clinician or the co worker, not just in PT, but in general, we value the person who does the things that they're not required to do as a part of their job. That's what we use to determine who is who's that shining employee, who's the one that that goes above and beyond. Right. And it shouldn't be that I mean, for example, I remember, at this same job, we hit a low point, we hit a low point, always in January, it's an outpatient clinic, deductibles reset, so we're January, it was a low period, had a lot of openings on my schedule, so that everyone else and I was sitting in and getting caught up on documentation, going over some things with my mentor, learning new skills, in walks the owner, are asked, What are we doing? I tell him, you know, I'm trying to learn some things. And he says, Well, why don't we are marketing? I say, What do you mean? He said, you know, your patients, your schedule is low, why aren't you are out, you know, getting us new clients. And I'm like, that's not my job. Is that is you are the employer, you hired me to see the patients that frequent your establishment. Okay, I'm not the one to go out and beg these physicians to send us, okay, how much begging you do, the deductibles reset, that's going to be a phenomenon that happens every single year. So, but that's what the expectation from some employers have. Yes, I hired you to see patients and turning the documentation on time. But in also, I expect you to do these things, these these things that I didn't tell you about in your interview, but we expect you to do these things is become an expectation in this country, to overwork to do things that are not required to view and that is how we measure our employees and not on the job that they do. If you see all the patients on your schedule, go home on time, get your documentation in on time, and it's all you did for the rest of your life as a PT you'd never be promoted and you know in traditional practices so I say that's that's another generational thing is that I think we older generations value overwork working you all you need to be busy all the time. And we value we being the younger generations, a healthy balance of work and home life. I think that is another riff all of these are intertwined, but I think that's a another riff that's that's that's causing an issue, not just in our not just in our profession, but but across this whole country. 27:42 Now, yeah, definitely. I love it. Thank you so much for coming on to talk about this. If you are listening to this podcast, and you have some other ideas and stuff, feel free to write in the comments, just keep the conversation going. I think it's always good to just talk about it. And then And then if you're somebody who's about to go in for job interviews, write these things down for you to consider what you're going to bring to the table for your negotiations track on both sides, what was discussed in that interview? So it's very clear. If things come up that are that we're not included, it's so you can have a better chance of being on the same page. Yes, you're correct. We didn't bring that up, or you know what we need to make sure we bring that up, because that does come up, the more we can be on top of that transparency in the communication can better help address generational differences right off the bat, do keep in mind seasoned professionals owning your own practice when these students are graduating, they have a very low sense in general sense of self worth. So for the overwhelming majority, they usually jump at a job faster than they should. Because they are so excited. Anyone wants them. And that is a big thing that happens often at clinics. So just be aware of that them saying yes doesn't necessarily mean they were listening to what they wanted in the first place. Because they feel so grateful that they were not rejected, they were accepted. And that takes over everything. It helps it feeds into them eliminating what their core wants are because they struggle with self value. Alright, that's it. Where can people find you on the social or email, whatever you feel comfortable with sharing. 29:40 So I laugh when you say the old people are on Facebook and Twitter because that's really what I use is 29:48 and I'm in that category. So I feel comfortable saying 29:51 I'm not a Snapchatter I do have an Instagram. My Facebook name is just mine. That's what I'm primarily on. That's where I'm most entertaining. Book 30:00 is it clearance a home's nobody's claiming homes, clients homes, 30:05 parents homes as well. I'm the one that's scuba diving in my photo. 30:11 If it changes to hiking, everyone's gonna get confused. 30:14 I know why it's not going to just all my photos are nice. And then my instagram name is CA Homes six ca h o l mes the number six. Oh, I 30:27 love it California. You're not from there. But it's fun to say. Wonderful. Thank you so much for coming on. Everyone. If you're listening, please be nice. Be nice. Yeah, you can communicate but be kind. If there is any possibility that what you wrote might be in a way interpreted in a mean tone. Don't write it. I just don't I don't see. Like, honestly, it's just why and I'm not being toxic positive. I'm just being real. Like it's only going to just why why? Like go speak to your legislative representative about it, you know that you can actually make changes. Alright, that's it. Thank you for coming on.
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In this Podcast Episode I talk with the brilliant Kevin Pickard. Kevin is a fitness coach and advocate and also runs the Rogue Monkey podcast in which he says 'Conversations to take people outside of their comfort zones | Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible'. Kevin is such a great guy and we cover lots in this from pursuing excellence in sport to mental health. Enjoy! visit www.mywayofthinking.co.uk My Way Of Thinking Podcast - WE ALL HAVE A STORY! SHOW NOTES: https://www.theroguemonkey.org/podcastoverview MWOT WEB - https://www.mywayofthinking.co.uk TW - https://twitter.com/mywayofthinkin3 FB – https://www.facebook.com/mywayofthink... SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/show/4m4BfTk... INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mwotpodcast/ YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJAr... APPLE PODCAST - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast... EMAIL – email@example.com Available to listen to on all the usual platforms including Apple Podcast / Spotify or watch on YouTube! PLEASE LIKE, REVIEW, RATE AND SUBSCRIBE where you can! MY WAY OF THINKING is a Podcast EVERY MONDAY that looks deep into BRILLIANT individuals from around the WORLD that have something to say. Only 4 RULES - 1 No Bullshitting - 2 No Judging - 3 No Negativity - 4 Have Fun! Human Beings are AMAZING and I'll be chatting to the best of them to find out about their JOURNEY, what makes them TICK and what lessons we can LEARN. ......Oh and maybe LAUGH along the way! Visit www.mywayofthinking.co.uk --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lee-greenhough/message
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On this episode we discuss TICK season. How will you protect yourself this year? Permethrin VS Deet which is better? How should Appalachian Trail Thru Hikers prevent the Tick Attack. And just who is the “Tick Terminator”? All this and more. You can always join in on our discussions on our Facebook group page – […]
The halted hands of a pocket watch in a library’s archives at the University of North Carolina tell a harrowing tale. They mark the exact moment (8:19 and 56 seconds) the watch’s owner Elisha Mitchell slipped and fell to his death at a waterfall in the Appalachian Mountains on the morning of June 27, 1857. Mitchell, a professor at the university, was gathering data to defend his (correct) claim that the peak he was on—which now bears his name, Mount Mitchell—was the highest one east of the Mississippi. His grave is located at the mountain’s summit, not far from where he fell. As I ascended that mountain peak recently, I reflected on Mitchell’s story and my own mortality and how each of us has only so much time. And I pondered Jesus’ words about His return as He spoke to His disciples on the Mount of Olives: “So you also must be ready, because the Son of Man will come at an hour when you do not expect him” (Matthew 24:44). Jesus clearly indicates that none of us knows either the moment He will return and establish His kingdom forever or when He may summon us to leave this world and come to Him. But He tells us to be prepared and “keep watch” (v. 42). Tick . . . tick . . . The “clockwork” of each of our lives is still in motion—but for how long? May we live our moments in love with our merciful Savior, waiting and working for Him.