Thanks again for listening and watching the Sports Town podcast or the STP Pod for short. If you were listening on audio platforms such as Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google podcast, Pandora, iHeartRadio and others, thanks so much. If you have not rated the podcast, don't forget to do that. It would be greatly appreciated and it would help this podcast out tremendously. Now if you're watching or listening on YouTube, which most of you are, don't forget to subscribe. Also hit the bell for notifications, feel free to comment and like any of the videos that you have not liked yet. What's today's Sports Town podcast or STP Pod for short, we have two great interviews. The first interview is the guys over at the touching gloves boxing podcast (08:50). This is their second time on the show and like the first it was a great interview. We talked about our reactions to Tyson Fury knocking out Deontay Wilder, preview of the Usyk vs Joshua rematch, Canelo Alvarez takes on Caleb plant and other fights that are expected to be big. You can find the touching glove podcast pretty much wherever you get your podcast. You can also follow them on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter @touching gloves boxing podcast. Then our second interview is with The Turn a play baseball podcast. That was a great interview as we talked about our reactions to Tyson Fury knocking out Deontay Wilder, preview of the Usyk vs Joshua rematch, Canelo Alvarez takes on Caleb plant and other fights that are expected to be big. You can find the touching glove podcast pretty much wherever you get your podcast. You can also follow them on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter @touching gloves boxing podcast. Then our second interview is with The Turn a play baseball podcast (01:01:50). That was a great interview as we talked about the MLB playoffs so far, will the Ray's actually leave Tampa and other great topics that are happening in baseball right now. You can find the Turn A Play Podcast Where you get your podcast that include Apple podcast, Spotify and others. You can also follow them on Instagram and Twitter @turnaplay. And as always the links will be down in the description below. And as always we have the Sports Lightning Round, Questions from Instagram, highlight of the Week, our weekly poll question and much more. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Tiktok @sportstown_podcast or on Twitter @sportstownpod.Links to this Epiosde:Drink Phocas Link: www.drinkphocus.com/discount/stp?redirect=%2Fcollections%2Fflavors&utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=CPC&utm_campaign=stp Promotional Link: Go to this link http://www.buchheitmarketing.com to get a pack of XS Energy drinks!linktr.ee/sportstown_podcasthttps://www.sportstownpodcast.com Use promo code STP2021 for 15% off your first order through https://helpyoufind.me/go/1036/https://www.buzzsprout.com/1719213linktr.ee/sportstown_podcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@sportstown_podcast?lang=enLinks to the Touching Gloves Boxing Podcast:HelpYouFind.ME HelpYouFind.Me is a secure - yet simple - way to share private data for use in emergency situations.Phocus Sparkling Water Sparkling water with a spark: Phocus is a delicious, health-conscious, thoughtfully caffeinated spar
We did it! Dan set a goal when we started this podcast to have this particular guest on the show, and here it is...our conversation with Greg X. Volz. One of Dan's heroes and biggest inspirations, you know him as the lead singer of the band Petra, but there is so much more to this man. Enjoy! Did you know Greg X. Volz also has solo music? Search for him on Spotify and enjoy! PATRONS: You get the VIDEO version of this conversation! You're not a Patron? Click the link below to become one and you can get this fun video version of this conversation, too! Give us a 5-Star Rating! It will help us get out there!! Watch our Unsung Screamers LIVE! every Thursday 7pm on Facebook & YouTube! Don't miss our weekly "Monday Morning Medication" to start your week with some laughs, that drops every Monday right here on this feed. Follow us! Facebook: @unsungdreamerspodcast Twitter: @unsungdreamers Instagram: UnsungDreamersPodcast Subscribe to our YouTube Channels: UNSUNG DREAMERS & SCREAMERS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsmFctGjTbhGm8OjbXuHHEw TANIEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLeQVrD4q3PmIdszDzfCovQ Wanna support the show? Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/unsungdreamers Venmo: @unsung-dreamers PayPal.me/unsungdreamers CashApp: $UnsungDreamers MERCH...Shirts, coffee mugs, etc: http://www.unsungdreamers.com/shop Got something to say? email@example.com
With over 20 years of software experience, Ryan Glushkoff provides pricing and product marketing expertise for business-to-business (B2B) software companies. This includes offer packaging, pricing, market research, and pricing strategy and organization. Prior to founding Fraction8, Ryan cut his teeth in both the pre-sales and post-sales world for both mass-marketing and custom-enterprise software companies, which gives him a unique perspective on how SaaS companies need to price and market themselves for success. In this episode, Ryan shares what important data set his qualitative and quantitative interviews and surveys uncover to arrive at a pricing decision. Why you have to check out today's podcast: Find out the three types of competitive research you can use to understand your competitors' offer structure so you come up with the right pricing decision Learn about what different companies are using in their pricing structure Find out what is of utmost reason for putting your price online “Pricing is a team sport. All of those different groups need to be part of the decision. So, it's incumbent upon the product team to steward the rest of the organization through that decision making process.” - Ryan Glushkoff Topics Covered: 01:36 - What he does as a B2B technology pricing consultant 03:32 - Doing qualitative interviews and quantitative surveys 04:17 - Aha moments when it comes to clients saying what they claim customers value versus what customers say they value 05:16 - Important data points uncovered with qualitative and quantitative interviews 05:57 - What is competitive research and its different types 07:44 - Times when you consider pricing as part science and part art 08:46 - Going the same pricing metric as the competitor versus charging with better options 09:56 - Sharing his concern about using different pricing metrics 10:38 - Perpetual license of moving to SaaS 11:23 - Touching on usage-based pricing 12:43 - Outcome-based pricing being a version of user-based pricing 13:47 - PayPal and tollbooth pricing 14:41 - Are Lyft and Uber subscription-based companies 15:06 - Price structure of AWS and how it's different from Uber 18:48 - Regularly buying diet Coke compared to subscription-based 19:37 - What he thinks of putting pricing online 21:42 - When it's not proper to pricing online 23:28 - His thoughts to a recommendation of putting a price range versus none at all 24:35 - Which way to go -- put price online or not 26:14 - When do companies miss part of their pricing research 26:44 - Where should pricing lives in a company 30:24 - How pricing is screaming for a center of excellence type of approach 31:58 - His best pricing advice that can have a great impact on one's business 32:27 - Does he actually ask, ‘What are you willing to pay' 33:33 - Mark's answer to Ryan's question on why he asks, ‘What are you willing to pay' Key Takeaways: “Competitive research is something that is really good to know, but since every company has their own unique value proposition that they bring to market, just copying a competitor, you're probably leaving something on the table by doing that, or you're selling yourself short.” - Ryan Glushkoff “If you'd ask which side of the fence I would come on, or land on for, whether to put your pricing online or not, I would err on the side of putting it online. The idea of maintaining positive control of the sales conversation is paramount. Especially if you do your homework and you're confident in the research that you've done that informs the value of your solution, the price that people are willing to pay.” - Ryan Glushkoff “I really think it [Pricing] should live in the product organization because the product owner is really the CEO of the product; the product team has the deepest understanding of the problems that the buyer and the user are facing. They have the deepest understanding of how to go about solving those problems, through the features and capabilities that the solution is offering.” - Ryan Glushkoff People/Resources Mentioned: PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/ph/home Lyft: https://www.lyft.com/ Uber: https://www.uber.com/tw/en/ AWS: https://aws.amazon.com/ Connect with Ryan Glushkoff: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glushkoff/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Mark Stiving: Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/
At common law, battery is a tort falling under the umbrella term 'Trespass to the person'. Entailing unlawful contact which is directed and intentional, or reckless (or, in Australia, negligently) and voluntarily bringing about a harmful or offensive contact with a person or to something closely associated with them, such as a bag or purse, without legal consent. Unlike assault, in which the fear of imminent contact may support a civil claim, battery involves an actual contact. The contact can be by one person (the tortfeasor) of another (the victim), with or without a weapon, or the contact may be by an object brought about by the tortfeasor. For example, intentionally bringing a car into contact with another person, or the intentional striking of a person with a thrown rock, is a battery. Unlike criminal law, which recognizes degrees of various crimes involving physical contact, there is but a single tort of battery. Lightly flicking a person's ear is battery, as is severely beating someone with a tire iron. Neither is there a separate tort for a battery of a sexual nature. However, a jury hearing a battery case is free to assess higher damages for a battery in which the contact was particularly offensive or harmful. Since it is practically impossible to avoid physical contact with others during everyday activities, everyone is presumed to consent to a certain amount of physical contact with others, such as when one person unavoidably brushes or bumps against another in a crowded lift, passage, or stairway. However, physical contact may not be deemed consented to if the acts that cause harm are prohibited acts. Contact required. Battery is a form of trespass to the person and as such no actual damage (for example, injury) needs to be proved. Only proof of contact (with the appropriate level of intention or negligence) needs to be made. An attempt to commit a battery, but without making actual contact, may constitute a tort of assault. The tort of battery developed out of a general judicial respect of an individual's autonomy and right not to be interfered with. Battery need not require body-to-body contact. Touching an object "intimately connected", to a person (such as an object he or she is holding) can also be a battery. Furthermore, a contract may constitute a battery even if there is a delay between the defendant's act and the contact to the plaintiff's injury. For example, where a person who digs a pit with the intent that another will fall into it later, or where a person who mixes something offensive in food that he knows another will eat, has committed a battery against that other when the other does in fact fall into the pit or eats the offensive matter. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/law-school/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/law-school/support
Heather is a nature journal teacher with a unique focus. She uses literature and history as a way of connecting her students with the natural world. In her online classes, Heather explores the life and landscape of authors such as Beatrix Potter, James Herriot, Jane Austen and The Brontë Sisters.Listen to hear more about:Heather's early nature experiences. The benefits and challenges of coming from an artistic family.Charlotte Mason and her focus on nature observation and nature journaling.How Heather came to be combining literature, history and nature journaling in her work.How studying the lives and landscapes of people in history can help us connect with our own present-day landscapes. The importance of ‘Teatime' for Heather and her family.Heather's favourite nature journaling materials and the colours she chooses for her palette.Sensory awareness in nature.How gratitude is an integral part of Heather's nature connection. Find out more about Heather and her online classes on her website: www.thenaturejournaler.com.You can learn more about Heather's membership program The Nature Creative here: www.thenaturejournaler.com/thenaturecreative.Follow Heather on Instagram and Facebook.-----------------Sign-up for Journaling With Nature's Newsletter to receive news and updates as well as the Nature Journaling Inspiration List each month! You can support Journaling With Nature Podcast on Patreon, Your contribution is deeply appreciated. Thanks for listening!
Chris and Lizzie discuss the Queen's busy week after her annual break to Balmoral.Her Majesty celebrated planting season for the Green Canopy, welcomed the Canadian Artillery to Windsor and launched the Commonwealth Games baton relay.The Queen also spoke publicly about her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh for the first time since his death.Plus we look at the new Earthshot prize series, the latest on Prince Andrew and the meaning behind Princess Beatrice's new baby's name. New episodes of The Royal Rota are released every week.You can also watch The Royal Rota on our YouTube channel - subscribe to ITV News' YouTube channel to be notified about new episodes.For Royal videos and classic moments, subscribe to The Royal Family Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/royalchannel/For more royal news, like the ITV News Royals Facebook page.Our royal team are on Instagram, too.
In this episode I discuss how touching certain sections on the body has specific effects on how the body responds. This is a personal study on point dynamics of Chinese Medicine and how they can be used to help the ones we love.
In this bye week edition of Through The Smoke, we touch on a number of topics surrounding the Miami Hurricanes football program. InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia share some of their takeaways from the 30-28 loss to Virginia after rewatching the game. What impressed us from the game and what do we still have concerns about moving forward? Urrutia then shares the latest with UM's recruiting efforts. Are there any Miami commits to keep an eye on in terms of potentially decommitting? How has the 2-3 start impacted UM's ability to close on their remaining top targets? Lake then shares his thoughts on an article he wrote that touches on whether Manny Diaz deserves more time to recruit. In the second half of the podcast, we peek ahead to what lies ahead after the bye week. What are of improvement do we think can happen on both offense and defense? Are there any personnel changes that can be made that can provide a boost? Lake and Urrutia then get into the three games after the bye week, North Carolina, NC State, and Pittsburgh, and how the outcome of those match-ups will likely determine the longevity of Diaz at UM. You don't want to miss this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the second installment of The Opening of the American Mind, A'ndre and Ryan speak with George Will, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and author, on what it means to practice a 'conservative' foreign policy. Dr. Will, who has published a twice-weekly column in The Washington Post since 1974, provides his definition of what it means to be conservative, discussing the intellectual conservative movement that prospered in the post-war era. He then goes into his views on what a conservative foreign policy actually means, why Reagan and Eisenhower were exemplars of it, and why Donald Trump was not, in his view, conservative. Distinguishing between conservatism and neoconservatism, Dr. Will discusses why he believes liberal internationalism is 'armed humanitarianism', and the mistakes made in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the broader Middle East. Touching on recent events in the news, Dr. Will talks the U.S.-China rivalry, and his thoughts on the Intelligence Community and the equation of whether security trumps freedoms. We close out the conservation with a short conversation on Dr. Will's new book, American Happiness and Discontents: The Unruly Torrent, 2008-2020, and why Dr. Will abhors denim. Yes, denim.
This week the guys do a bit of housekeeping or general conversation over a plethora of topics. Touching on short memories, adaptability and line tension they go over a few essentials to focus on that will help you finish the season strong.
There's so much nostalgia in this one. The Rolling Stones paid a nice tribute to late band member Charlie Watts during a historic first show in 59 years without him. Lady Gaga collaborates with an industry legend and is brought to tears. Several names you'll recognize from days gone by are releasing new records, but we're laughing at one for appearing on some truly bizarre commercials. 0:45 - Today in Pop Culture: Miami Vice premieres, 19842:01 - The Rolling Stones dedicate first show in 59 years without Charlie Watts to him3:57 - The Rock shows he's a class act while spotted in the wild6:45 - The View's Covid bombshell moments before VP Kamala Harris interview8:27 - Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett album out Friday, “I Get a Kick Outta You” very special11:14 - Genesis returns to stage, Phil Collins is in ill health14:03 - TikTok hits make it to your TV, but which one is more annoying?16:17 - Melissa Etrheridge album, “One Way Out” finished and released years later18:02 - Judas Priest's Rob Halford appears in series of cheesy commercials 20:07 - Yes releasing new album, “The Quest,”The Pop Culture Show is presented by Cap Maison Resort and Spa in St. Lucia. Use code "ROCKSTAR" and get a free helicopter transfer from the airport and a luxury car return to the airport. The Pop Culture Show is also sponsored by Brockmans Gin...traditionally non traditional.The Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.
We were not meant to live our lives by simply going through the motions. Unfortunately, far too many people go through their days feeling unsettled and unhappy with their circumstances. Donna Bond is no stranger to this feeling. Transforming herself from a marketing executive to now a life and spiritual coach, Donna shares her powerful story of her refusal to accept anything less than the best that life has to give. Support the Podcast Light After Trauma website Donna's website Denise's website Transcript Alyssa Scolari [00:23]: Hey. What's up everybody? How's it going? Welcome back to another episode. I'm really excited about the next couple months as we really dive into this fall season because I've got some awesome content lined up. I am so excited. As a quick little reminder, I just want to ask, if you haven't done so already and you are enjoying what you are hearing on the podcast, please head on over to wherever you like to listen and leave a review and rating for the podcast. That does wonders in terms of trying to spread awareness for the podcast and to garner more support for the podcast. I love doing this. I want to continue doing it us. And one of the big ways in which I will be able to continue to do this is through your help and your support. So please leave a review. We also have a Patreon, if you are able to support that, that would be incredible so that we can have even more content. And you can find that Patreon either in the show notes or you can go to the website, which is lightaftertrauma.com and you will have everything you need there. So with that said, I will dive right into who our guest speaker is today. We have got the lovely Donna Bond and Donna is a spiritual advisor, a business and life coach and the author of Original Wisdom: Harness The Power of the Authentic You. Donna is supporting individual transformation of consciousness and she assists clients across the globe and she helps them to evolve to new heights of meaningful success, personal growth and fulfillment and spiritual aliveness using the principles and practices of spiritual psychology. And I think it's really important to note that Donna has a master's degree in spiritual psychology, which truthfully, I'm not very familiar with at all. So I'm really looking forward to diving in and finding out what that is all about because I didn't even know getting a master's degree in spiritual psych was an option. So we are going to find out all the answers to those questions Tuesday with Donna. So hi Donna. Welcome to the podcast. Donna Bond [02:46]: Hi Alyssa. Thank you for having me. So glad to be here. Alyssa Scolari [02:50]: So glad to be here too. I am just for the listeners. I am looking at such a dreamy background. We've got Donna's book in the background and then are those pink roses? Donna Bond [03:04]: Those are pink roses. Alyssa Scolari [03:06]: Are they real? Donna Bond [03:07]: Yes, they are real. I get roses every week as a gift to myself and as a gift to my clients and I just love the energy that they hold and the fragrance that they emit and they remind me to be soft and go with the flow and yeah, I love them. I love them. Alyssa Scolari [03:31]: Yes, I'm loving them as I'm seeing in the background. And they really do radiate just serenity. My eye keeps drifting over to them and I'm like oh, they're so dreamy. Okay. So that was our rose corner. If you don't have roses, get some in your home. I apparently need to go out after this and buy some roses. So welcome. And I wanted to start out by asking you one of the things that I was saying right off the bat in the introduction is you have a master's degree in spiritual psychology? Donna Bond [04:06]: Yeah. With an emphasis in consciousness, health and healing from the University of Santa Monica. Alyssa Scolari [04:15]: So I actually did... I wasn't even aware that you could get a master's degree in spiritual psychology. Are those programs few and far between or is that something I've just completely missed the mark on? Donna Bond [04:30]: Well, the University of Santa Monica was delivering this master's for about 35 years. Believe it or not. Alyssa Scolari [04:40]: Wow. Donna Bond [04:40]: Yeah. And they actually are no longer delivering the actual master's program, but they have re-imagined their offering into something called soul centered living, which is terrific because it really makes the program available to a wider audience. You don't have to have any prerequisites or credentials to participate in the program. And the study of the program is you, right? You're the topic, you're the homework. It's a journey into yourself. And a lot of the people who attend the program don't go on to work in the field. Many of the graduates do. I have found my way into transformational coaching as a result of the program, but more often than not, people who participate in that program, they just show up in their life in a really different way. Alyssa Scolari [05:49]: Yeah. I love hearing you say that because that's everything that I would imagine that master's degree would be, is a deep dive into you essentially. Donna Bond [06:00]: Yeah. Yes. Alyssa Scolari [06:02]: Oh, man. I might be going back for another master's degree. That sounds phenomenal. Donna Bond [06:08]: Well, the beauty, I know you're in the Northeastern part of the world, the beauty of what they're doing now is they've taken the entire thing online, which it's certainly been amazing to sit in a room with nearly 200 people and have the depth of the experiences that we've all shared together. And being online is really cool because doctors who want to marry whole neck are incredible teachers. They are a spiritual masters of our time and being able to be face-to-face with them on Zoom all up close and personal is pretty magical and pretty special. So yeah, it's a miracle really that anyone around the globe now can do this, but truthfully, when I was there, people would come from Dubai for the weekend. Alyssa Scolari [07:12]: Wow. Donna Bond [07:14]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [07:15]: That is, oh, that's incredible. Now can you tell me how... So, can you give me a little bit of backstory on how you made that decision to go for your master's in spiritual psychology? Because as I understand it, you were doing something completely... You were on a completely different track in your life when things seemingly took a complete 180 for you. Donna Bond [07:39]: Yes. So I was in the world of hospitality for 28 years. I was a marketing executive working for the Ritz-Carlton at the time. And it all looked really good on the surface, Alyssa. It all looked really good on the surface, but deep down, I was really unhappy and I didn't know it at the time, but I was developing a frozen shoulder, which was like this gorgeous, outward manifestation where I was in my life because I knew I wasn't happy deep down, but I wasn't doing anything about it. Right? So this outward manifestation of stuckness showed up in a really big and prominent way. And I have always been a spiritual seeker. If you saw my office, you'd see hundreds of books here. I've read it all. I love it all. And so I had gone to see a psychic and literally crying to this psychic like I've got to find my purpose in life and the whole sob story. And she said to me, Donna, they're spelling it out for me. Spiritual psychology. And I said what in the hell is spiritual psychology? Alyssa Scolari [07:39]: What? Donna Bond [09:01]: Yes, literally. So she says, "Oh, there's three universities that teach a program in this." And one of them is the Center for Integral Studies, which is up in Northern California. She said there's also Sophia University, which is also, I think, based in Northern California. Now I think they have a campus in Costa Mesa. And she never got to tell me the name of the third university. So I went home, of course, and consulted the real Oracle. I Googled it. Alyssa Scolari [09:37]: Of course. Donna Bond [09:40]: And very quickly, right? And very quickly found my way to the University of Santa Monica. And I worked with this amazing admissions counselor. And it's so funny to think back, and it's not funny, but it's just incredible to think back at where my mindset was at that time in my life, how I saw the world at that time in my life, which was very practical and logical and really through a completely different lens. And I have this very long exchange with this admissions counselor trying to get every question answered and taking on what I was perceiving as being a burden of a master's program while I'm working a 60-hour a week job in this really intense high pressure corporate environment. And she finally said to me, "Hey Donna, why don't we do this, just for one week and see." And those were such magical words, right? It's like that, when I think about it, time stopped in that moment as I was being invited into making such an important decision in my life. Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [11:06]: Yeah. Right? That one weekend. And it's that feeling and I know so well and I can see all of the emotion in your face, but I know the listeners can't see this, but I can see it and I resonate so deeply with that feeling of like it's almost like it hits you and you're like oh, this is it. Is that like along the lines of what you were feeling? Donna Bond [11:35]: Yes and no. Truthfully at that time in my life, there was not one bone in this body. There is not one cell in this membrane that had a belief system, that there was anything else that could be possible for me in my life other than what I had. And where I had already achieved the status and the success that I had grown over nearly almost 30 years. It was like oh, I was earning a certain level of income and I had a certain level of status and a certain level of respect and prestige that I had earned coming up through the ranks in my career. And there was nothing in this body that thought that that would be possible to recreate a whole another career in my life at the age of 45, which was when this all started. So there was a whole, there was this call to do this, but truthfully I did not know why. I did not know. I did not know why there was nothing logical about it. Alyssa Scolari [12:49]: So it's almost like for the first 45 years of your life, you were walking around with a very myopic view on what your world was and nothing, you couldn't see beyond. You had essentially blinders to other possibilities in your world. And I really appreciate the fact that you are sharing this happened when I was 45 years old because I think that there are so many people out there. And I know that there are people who are listening that get to a point in their lives, I think much like you're describing where they're like well, here I am. This is my life. I can't see any other possibilities. Right? I've been working as a nurse for the last 20 years and this is what it is. And deep down, right, they're burying feelings of but there's more. There has to be more than this. And of course it comes out in physical ways. Right? And a lot of times what we do is we go oh, I'm getting old. I got a frozen shoulder. Yup. That's me. Right? I'm getting old. Instead of saying, right, what is my body telling me? So I love that. Thank you so much for sharing that. And I didn't mean to interrupt, so continue. You can go on but I loved so much in what you just said that I'm like yes, it's so important for you to be sharing this because it's never too late. Donna Bond [14:22]: It's never too late. And I'm 53 now and my new career is taking off. Right? It's launching. I am having more fun than I have ever had in my life. And it's been a journey. So I enrolled myself in this program and ignored my frozen shoulder for the better part of a year until I quite literally couldn't lift my arm. And when I finally reconciled with what was going on with my shoulder and decided to actually address it, I had an experience where I was, I have to call it divine intervention because there's really no other way to call it. But I was on my way to the Ritz-Carlton Global Leadership Conference. I was on an airplane. My shoulder was stuck. I mean, it was in so much pain, visibly swollen from the neglect. And I'm going to a conference where I'm going to drink too much and I'm not going to sleep and I'm going to abuse my body even further. Alyssa Scolari [15:31]: Right. Donna Bond [15:31]: And I was reading a book called Finding Your Element by Ken Robinson. And I was really excited about this book because I've been looking for my element my whole life. Alyssa Scolari [15:46]: Yeah. That's the very thing you've been searching for, right? Donna Bond [15:52]: And I'm reading and he's talking about how we play it safe. And he's using all these metaphors and these analogies and he uses Mark Twain's metaphor, "20 years from now, you're going to be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than you by the things that you did do." So sail away from the safe harbor, throw off the battle lines, explore, dream, discover. I think I just twisted that around, but you get my drift. And so as I'm reading this, all of a sudden, I feel like there's this emotion that is bubbling up inside of me. And then there's another line that says "What lies behind us and what lie before us are tiny matters compared to what lie within us." And that's a Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alyssa Scolari [16:40]: One of my favorites. Donna Bond [16:41]: But now, I feel like this emotion has moved its way up into my chest. And then I get to the clincher, this little eight liner that is by the poet Elizabeth Appell called Risk. That poem is often attributed to Anais Nin, but she didn't actually write it. And then the day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. And when I read that, Alyssa, my shoulder was the bud. My shoulder was that bud. And I just had this out of body experience as I was on this airplane suddenly having complete and utter clarity that I needed to leave my job. At this point still, there's not one bone in my body that thinks I'm going to be a coach, that even... This is not anywhere in my spirit, it's not in my radar, it's not in my consciousness. But I'm going to quit my job. And I just get this dose of clarity around this. And even though I don't have a clue or a plan, I am clear that this is what needs to happen. And so I go to this conference and an important part of the story that I didn't mention earlier was that as I'm evolving in this program, in spiritual psychology, I'm doing a lot of exploring of my consciousness and sort of testing out the laws of the universe. And I was doing an experiment where I was asking the universe to bring me an apple. And right before I left on this trip, I had sort of demanded the universe bring me an apple. Very random, no attachment to this whatsoever. I couldn't care less whether this happens or it doesn't happen. Alyssa Scolari [18:45]: Almost like you were testing the waters a little bit? Donna Bond [18:47]: Yes. Yes. So I had thrown this out there, right? So I had this experience on the plane, go through this conference. It's the very last night of this conference. And my name was called to the stage where I am the recipient of the Western Regional Marketing Achievement Award for the third consecutive year in a row. And as I'm walking back to my table with this award in my hand, I'm even more grounded in my knowing that I'm out. I'm done. I've had an amazing career. I'm so proud of all that I've done and all of the gifts that this has given me and even though I have no idea what's next, I know I'm done. I'm done here. Well, I sit down at my place setting and served before me is dessert. And it is this incredibly elaborate apple dessert with apple confit and green apple sorbet. And apple this and apple that. And because it was with the Ritz-Carlton, they don't miss a beat, there was a menu card. So there was no mistaking what this was that had just been set before me because the menu card is now describing in great detail this apple dessert. And so I sat there at that table and just let the tears roll down my face as I became aware in that moment of the part of me that is so much greater than anything that I have given myself credit for. Right? Than any of my belief systems or upbringing or conditioning or patterning that there is this other part of me that is absolutely indefinitely connected to the infinite universe and the intelligence that is everywhere. And it was like I collided with that. And it was fantastic. Alyssa Scolari [21:07]: I'm sure- Donna Bond [21:09]: And it changed everything. Alyssa Scolari [21:09]: ... that in itself felt like an outer body experience. Donna Bond [21:12]: Without question. Without question. Alyssa Scolari [21:14]: I mean, I have head to toe chills. When we're recording this, it's like the hottest day that we've had so far in summer over here in Pennsylvania. But I am covered in goosebumps from head to toe because that, it's beautiful. I don't have any other words that can do it justice. It's just, you sought out the universe and the universe said hey, I'm opening my arms to you. And I love that. So did you end up quitting your job? Donna Bond [21:47]: I ended up quitting my job. Yes. That happened in March. I actually resigned. Well, I actually ended up going out on a medical leave of absence and having shoulder surgery and through my healing journey with my shoulder, I got clear about well, what am I going to do next? Because I needed to earn an income, right? That was a piece of it for me. So I decided to become a marketing consultant. And I thought I would pitch the Ritz-Carlton on hiring me to train my replacement to take my role as the director of sales and marketing there. So I ended up resigning in October of 2014 and I worked as a marketing consultant for about a year and a half. And still there was nothing in me that really believed that I was going to be sitting in these sacred, intimate conversations one on one with people being given a sacred opportunity to help them solve problems in their life and live into their next level of potential. But the universe kind of tricked me into it. And that's true. Alyssa Scolari [23:16]: Yeah. So it's almost... Right. So it's almost like you had no idea where all of this was taking you. You just knew it was time to change, but you were going with it, right? You were surrendering to wherever it was that you were being led to. Donna Bond [23:34]: Yes. Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [23:36]: Which is a hard thing to do. Let's not gloss over that because just being able to surrender itself, it's very hard to do. Donna Bond [23:46]: It's really hard. And then, I think first of all, I guess I have to say that I could not have done this without the support that I had through this master's program at the University of Santa Monica. And really being wrapped in this container of not only loving, but this belief in me when I couldn't believe in myself. Right? There was like this template that was being held for what was possible. And that's why I love coaching so much. Right? Is because we get that partnership and you've got a partner who is believing in you when all else fails. Alyssa Scolari [24:40]: Yes, yes. Donna Bond [24:43]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [24:43]: I mean, I actually have a coach that I work with and that's exactly what it is. It's at the end of the day knowing there's somebody there who's still going to wrap you in safety and comfort and support along this journey. Donna Bond [25:01]: Yeah. [crosstalk 00:25:02] so there's a lot of surrender They are. They are. And I definitely went through an undoing because my whole life was about my job and who I was at my job and who I was was my job. So there was a lot of identity crisis. There was a lot of ego death, right? Of just unraveling all of that. And this all happened within the context of my marriage and, which is still alive and healthy and beautiful and supportive and all of those amazing things, which is whole other story and a whole other interview. Truly because that's a whole other book. Alyssa Scolari [25:53]: Yes. Donna Bond [25:55]: I said yes to one thing at a time. And I guess for the people who are listening, that's a really helpful way when we're being asked to surrender. It's like you don't have to surrender to everything all at once, you just have to surrender what's in front of you right now. And that is basically what I did. It's like I took one little step out of my comfort zone. I took one little step in the direction of kind of where I wanted to go and then I let the universe fill in the blanks. And once I took that one little step, then the next step got revealed. The next step didn't get revealed till I was willing to take that first step. Right? So there's this give and take with the universe that I think is so important that we can't opt out. Right? We got to stay in the game. We have to participate in our own forward motion. We can make a move and then the universe is going to meet us there and we can make another move and the universe is going to meet us there. But the universe isn't going to meet us until make the first. Alyssa Scolari [27:15]: Yes. It's almost a mutual respect. Right? It's a mutual trust that's forming. I think the way you're describing it, it's very, very beautiful and more accurate than what I've seen it described. Or as I think a lot of people think that it's like well, if I ask for it, it's all mine. Right? And that's where I think things like manifestation sort of get taken... They take off, right? People take them to unrealistic heights because it doesn't work like that. Right? You don't sit down and write on a piece of paper I want a Mercedes Benz and a $6 million home and a $58 million yacht. Donna Bond [27:57]: And then you go sit on the couch. Alyssa Scolari [27:59]: Yes. Yes, exactly. So the way you're describing it as is very, very beautiful. Donna Bond [28:08]: Thank you. Yeah. So that's what I did. It was one step at a time. And I was in the, my master's is in spiritual psychology with an emphasis in consciousness, health and healing. And when I was going through the consciousness, health and healing part of the program, we had to do a service project that was like donating. I can't remember the number exactly. It's like 56 hours of our time in service. And I had come through a mentality where time is money. Right? You don't do anything unless you're getting paid for it. So this was a really big opening for me in what is service? What does service mean and what does it mean to have a service consciousness? Right? And I think people sometimes mix up the difference between service and servitude, right? We are making ourselves available to something and we're doing that from a place of wholeness, from a place of giving, but not from a place of depleting ourselves or betraying ourselves. Even that word comes word forward fo me. Alyssa Scolari [29:31]: Yes. Donna Bond [29:32]: So my service project that I had birthed in my mind was that I was going to assist women who had small businesses. Actually a lot of coaches and healers and facilitators, I was going to assist them with growing their business and teaching them a little bit about marketing and giving them some more self-confidence. And this was the idea that I had. And one afternoon sitting around a pool at the Ohio Valley and Spa, I was with one of my girlfriends who was also in this program with me. And she said, well, can I be your first person? Right? Can I be the first person that you give these service hours to? And I said absolutely. It would be my honor to support you. I would love that. Well, when I turned in this project to the University of Santa Monica, it got denied that my service project was not going to fulfill the requirement or what I needed to do for my master's. However, I had already made this commitment, right, to this woman that I would assist her. And so I'm a woman of my word, right? I really operate with a good amount of integrity. So I basically said to myself, well, even though I had to now still find something else to meet this 56-hour requirement, I'm going to help her. I'm going to still help this woman. And that's where the magic happens. Because when I sat down with her and got myself out of the way, it opened myself to be a channel for the divine and the universe was working through me in a way that was extraordinary and magical and beautiful and loving and compassionate and accepting and extraordinary on all of these incredible levels. And that is how I was invited into gifts that I had that really were laying dormant within me. And I had to put myself into a position that maybe I wouldn't have normally put myself in to be able to discover those gifts. Alyssa Scolari [32:12]: Yeah. As you're sharing your story, I can't help but think to myself what a magical transformation. It's been eight years, right? Donna Bond [32:22]: Eight years. Alyssa Scolari [32:23]: What a magical transformation. Eight years, even though it may seem like a long time, it's so quick, especially for such a drastic change in essentially the way you view the world around you. It's like a rebirth. It's like being reborn and it's powerful. Eight years. Eight years. Donna Bond [32:49]: Well, it's so funny that you're saying this because yesterday I was speaking with somebody and we were talking about the significance of a seven-year cycle. And so I had hung out a shingle, right, as a marketing consultant initially upon resigning my position. And I did that for a year. And on June 30th, a year into that, I made the decision to become a full time professional coach. And that meant saying no to any marketing gigs that might be coming my way. And so I have just completed that seven year cycle of being a full-time professional coach. And just as a side note, because we love the universe and it's always inviting us to learn and grow, right after I made this commitment. Right? Like I'm a full time professional coach now. It's my one and only. That's what I'm doing. Didn't I get a call for a big fat job. Alyssa Scolari [34:01]: Oh, of course. Of course. Donna Bond [34:01]: In marketing. Big fat job. Alyssa Scolari [34:04]: Because you were universe being, if it weren't testing you. Of course. Donna Bond [34:11]: Yeah. So I said no and it was so ama... And listen, make no mistake, I needed the money. Let's be clear. But I said no and that was fuel for the universe to help me align with where I was. And it all started there. Alyssa Scolari [34:40]: It's incredible. I love hearing these things because it's like it gives me life because there's so much power to this. There's so much strength and right. Touching on, even just saying like make no mistake, I needed the money, right? And I also think that's something so many of us say. In fact, I found myself saying that last night, right? I am feeling at a place in my life where I feel very called to slow down and I'm getting signs like the universe was just hitting me over the head with signs that I need to slow down. And of course, I'm so good at finding all reasons to not slow down. And I also don't want to gloss over how difficult that is for so many people to go, yes, I need the money. Yes, I have a family to provide for. Yes, I need X. Yes, I can't do this because of X, Y, Z, whatever. To stop, to turn all that off and to just say no, no, because this doesn't feel right for me. That is incredible. I just give you all of the accolades for being able to do that. Donna Bond [35:57]: Ca I share something about what you're saying? Alyssa Scolari [35:59]: Please. Donna Bond [36:00]: Coming from somebody who had a regular direct deposit paycheck every two weeks, right, for 28 years, there was a lot of mindset shifts that really needed to take place as I became an entrepreneur and became responsible for generating my own income. I live in Southern California, right? It's not cheap here. Alyssa Scolari [36:23]: Right. Exactly. Donna Bond [36:24]: So one of the things that I became aware of and one of the things that is really in my teachings, in my book, Original Wisdom: Harness The Power of The Authentic You is about energy and that energy of doing, the energy of pushing and the striving and the going and the foreseen and the doing, that is an energy of contraction. It's an energy of compression. It's an energy to heavier denser energy. And when we're in that energy, it's harder to let things come into our experience. So it became very present in my consciousness that when I am feeling the energy of lightness and freedom and joy, that is an energy that is more open and more expansive. That is an energy of allowing, that is energy of receiving. And so I began to do this experiment with myself where I would take a Tuesday, right? In the middle of the week, in the middle of the month, I would take a Tuesday and I would just go play. It didn't matter. Let's be clear. I have 101,000 things at my desk that could and should be done, but I would take a Tuesday and I'd find a girlfriend and I would go goof off. And I would do this intentionally because I wanted to shift the energy. And in so doing invariably, I would get a call on my way home from somebody who's looking to start a six month coaching journey or somebody who was inviting me onto their podcast or somebody who needs me to come into their corporation and consult. It never fails. Alyssa Scolari [38:29]: Never fails. You're so right. Donna Bond [38:33]: So I just, I love to break ourselves out of the monotony of physical world reality and how we get trapped in our own BS. Right? There is always a different way and we have the power and the choice to invite ourselves into that. Alyssa Scolari [38:58]: Yes we do. And it's not easy, but it's so worth it. I think the other question that I wanted to ask you and I'll ask you this before I also ask where folks can find you and things like that, but is it safe to say that this process can also be a bit, not cyclical, but I don't find, at least for me, and maybe it's different for you that it's as easy as once you enter into the path of letting the universe guide you and saying no and saying yes and doing what feels right and creating more space for more play, more positive energy, you still can get stuck. Because you've spent so many years of your life doing things one way and then sometimes it can be tough. Right? Is that the case for you where you do have moments where you're like, oh, I can sense there's some bad energy. I need to kind of get things right again. It's not just sort of like, well, everything's rainbows and puppies and butterflies now that I've made this decision, right? Donna Bond [40:14]: Alyssa, are you talking about being human? Alyssa Scolari [40:19]: I might be. I might be. Donna Bond [40:21]: Yeah. Well, I think that's what we're talking about. And yes, right? So here's how I see it. We want everything to be linear because that's how we think the world works in our logical left brain- Alyssa Scolari [40:38]: Right. That's what makes sense in our brains. Donna Bond [40:39]: ... and our [crosstalk 00:40:39] Right? Alyssa Scolari [40:38]: Yes. Donna Bond [40:38]: We want everything to have a clear beginning and a clear end. We want us to go in a straight line. We want to know all the steps and the return on the investment and how long it's going to take. But the truth is we live in an ever expanding universe and I believe that all growth and transformation and all of the forward motion of this ever expanding universe happens in a spiral. So every time we make a lap around the spiral, we go out a little bit more and we go up a little bit more. Right? So then we take another lap and we go out and we go up. Then we make another lap and we go out and we go up. And what happens, where I see it, is there's like little sticky patches along the spiral. Right? And then you just made another lap. And you've been here before, you might have a little bit of a different perspective and there's still something for you to learn. Alyssa Scolari [41:47]: Yes. Donna Bond [41:48]: So it's like you have a choice right there to open yourself and to be able to see what is your [inaudible 00:41:58] What can I learn from this? How might I grow from this experience, person, circumstance, trauma, right? Whatever it is. Or are we going to shut ourselves down, lock in, close up. Right? And we hop into that story as well. So I think what you're saying is very, very real. I know that as long as we are in these human bodies, on this human adventure, we will continue to have those sticky places along the spiral. And transformation is about changing our relationship to something. And so if we can begin to change our relationship to how we relate to ourselves and how we relate to the world when we're going through a difficult period, that right there can bestow many gifts. Alyssa Scolari [43:08]: Yeah. You're absolutely right. And I also have to say as somebody who's a very visual person, I am deeply appreciative of that visual that you provided because that is exactly what I was trying to say and that is exactly how it feels. And I also think that it's very, very important to point that out because it really is a lifelong process. Donna Bond [43:33]: It is a lifelong process. Alyssa Scolari [43:37]: So now, what we heard from you today, is that just a snippet of all the things that can be found in your book because your book, it's a memoir, correct? Donna Bond [43:49]: Yes. It's a teaching memoir. Alyssa Scolari [43:51]: Well, yes. And because it also has a lot of nuggets of wisdom in there about ways to move through this process and for people to be able to start their own journey. Donna Bond [44:05]: It is definitely my journey and I did not set out to write a book. I actually set out to create a workshop, which I did. And over time, I wanted more stories that could support the teaching point that I was trying to make in my workshop. And before I realized it, I had so many stories that what I was describing literally was all of my experiences on my own transformational journey. And a little bit of rearranging with how the workshop went and it was suddenly like, oh, this is like my whole journey from beginning to end and how it all happened. And so in each chapter, there's all sorts of fun, synchronistic serendipity. I don't really believe in coincidence. I believe that everything happens for a reason. And that, of course there is a lot of deeper meaning to our life and our existence. And so I've got all of those fun nuggets in there. And I offer an opportunity for transformation at the end of every chapter. So this is really inviting the reader to have their own experience with whatever the teaching point is. And so I give you the chance to engage with life, right? To take what you've learned and really apply it in your life in some way because that's really the only way that we learn. And that's the beauty of the University of Santa Monica and the programs that they deliver there is they are experiential learning. And this masters is not just something that wound up in my head, right? It's in my body. I embody this work because I lived it, because I took all of what they were teaching and I applied it to my real life in a very, very real way. And I got the feedback from life, from the universe. So I offer these opportunities for transformation, as well as something that I call a sacred truth activation. And these sacred truth activations are a series of affirmations designed to invigorate your spirit, to really call upon that authentic power that you have inside of you that is your original wisdom, right? My definition of original wisdom is the inherent intelligence in all beings that is rooted in unconditional love. Alyssa Scolari [46:59]: I love that. That definition itself feels like a warm hug to me. Donna Bond [47:04]: Yeah. Thank you. Alyssa Scolari [47:07]: I love it. I love it. So if people would like to work with you, purchase your book, where can people find you and where's the best place to be able to purchase your book? Is it just on Amazon or is it in other bookstores as well? Donna Bond [47:23]: It's everywhere. Alyssa Scolari [47:24]: [crosstalk 00:47:24] supporting small businesses. Donna Bond [47:26]: Yeah, thank you. It's everywhere. And you can go to donnabond.com/podcast and I have a gift for your listeners, four ways to get unstuck, which actually talks about the spiral and sort of what happens at each of the stages on the spiral. So if that is of interest and if they would like a signed copy of my book, they can get it there. And of course, it's available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble and all of the book places in the world. Alyssa Scolari [48:01]: Oh, that was fantastic. Thank you so much. So to the listeners, all of this will be included in the show notes. And I think the last thing I want to say is I know that you have just said that there are no coin... Right? You don't believe in coincidences and I do not either. And I have found that as somebody who... I started this podcast a year ago and this podcast is very much about... It's about interviewing other people and it's about learning about trauma and healing and all of the things that go along with that. But I'm also very, very open and transparent with the listeners and folks about my own journey to recovery from complex PTSD and an eating disorder. And looking at the head space I was in last night, which was not a very good one to say the least, I am always so surprised that when I hop on for an interview, that topic and the conversation always sort of takes me exactly where I need to be for a shift, for a message, for whatever needs to happen within myself. I'm always learning that through conversations exactly like the one that you and I are having. So thank you so much for- Donna Bond [48:01]: Me too. Alyssa Scolari [49:26]: ... teaching. Yeah. Donna Bond [49:27]: Me too. Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [49:29]: It's a beautiful thing. It really is. So I'm really, really grateful for your vulnerability, for the realism that you share and what this process and journey is like because it's not all rainbows and puppies and butterflies. It's scary and it's beautiful and terrifying all at the same time. And still even knowing all of that, once you've started the journey, you can never go back and you wouldn't have it any other way. So thank you so much. To the listeners, again, you will find everything you need in the show notes to learn more about Donna, to check her out, to read her book. I really appreciate your time today. Donna Bond [50:21]: Alyssa, thank you. It's really been my honor to be here with you. Thank you. Alyssa Scolari [50:26]: Thanks for listening everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com or you can also follow us on social media. On Instagram, we are @LightAfterTrauma and on Twitter, it is @LightAfterPod. Lastly, please head over to at patreon.com/lightaftertrauma to support our show. We are asking for $5 a month, which is the equivalent to a cup of coffee at Starbucks. So please head on over. Again, that's patreon.com/lightaftertrauma. 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Hello to you listening in Shepherds Bush, London, UK!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds, your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that.Maybe like me you experience negative feelings, anxieties and uncertainties from time to time. Borrowing from my beloved Plum Village (and Deer Park Monastery) here are 3 ways to care for and transform ourselves.1. Practice walking meditation in nature. Walk slowly, feeling the earth directly beneath your feet - barefoot if you can. Feel the strength of the earth enter you.2. Go outdoors and practice touching the earth with your head, arms and legs. Embrace Mother Earth and release all your negative emotions and feelings into the ground. Click here is you wish to watch a short video on how to practice ‘Touching of the Earth'.3. Lighten up. Relax. We may feel lost but we are making good time. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsProduction Team: Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
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Ty McFarland is best known for having a garage full of amazing skis and bringing some great products to the market. Over the years, Ty has built one of the most impressive vintage jetski collections in the industry, including v-hull 400s and has owned numerous Jeff Jacobs' race skis including the most legendary of them all, Jeff's 1991 World Finals winning Electronic Fuel Injected PJS 550. Listen in for a great story about how he also owned a race boat belonging to the Flyin Fish, Chris Fischetti for just one day. In recent years, Ty started Fly-N-Ty JetSki Products and has been creating OEM Reproduction Tanks for the 550s. Plus, there are now brand new tanks available for all those X2 fans out there! I know right, these have been in hot demand in recent years and they're finally here. Now if you want to freshen up your ski ready for the water you can find all these tanks as well as difference variations and colors by heading straight to vintagejetski.com/fuel 00:17 Introduction 01:42 Hello and welcome to Fly-n-Ty! How did you get involved in the sport? 04:38 The police didn't mind me, the regular boats were mad at us 06:02 Meeting Bruce Phelped and the fasted jet ski ever, he used a custom ride plate to get to top speed 10:18 Pushing the limits of what is technically a Jetski 12:45 You did a lot of freestyle riding, did you race too? I liked tricks more than racing 16:03 Your ski inspired mine, how did you design your ski? 20:36 Tell us about your freestyle career, you have some very cool tricks. How do you do underwater tricks? 25:00 Entering your first freestyle events, they were strict with where you can practice 30:05 Tips for new riders, tow your ski backwards 32:50 What's your favourite part of a vintage jetski? 35:13 Confusion with warning lights, red for off or red for warning. 36:39 Difference between 4 stroke SuperJet vs old school 550 40:57 You have the biggest collection of vintage jet skis. Tell us about the A and B version of the V-hull 400's 45:06 How to read the VIN number 50:02 What else is unique about the 400's 52:44 White and silver SX skis from Japan 53:20 What prices are we talking about these days? All based on supply and demand, people these days buy multiple skis at once 56:15 How does colour influence the price 59:16 Interchangeability is a huge advantage on a vintage jetski 01:01:48 Using a 440 pump that's tuned well will get a higher top speed than a bigger pump 01:04:45 You have several Vintage racing JetSkis How have you managed to find and budget for them? Save a little every month and use UShip.com 01:09:19 How to tell if you have a real authentic racing jet ski. Match up the scratches and dents 01:11:55 How to get these great skis: Act fast, have the money ready and use UShip.com (or take vacation time to travel to the seller) 01:13:36 You owned Fischetti's ski for 1 day? 01:16:41 Buying Jeff Jacob's ski from PJS Man's brother - from the Du Pont's, fuel injection came in a box - the batteries don't last, 44mm carbs to replace the fuel injection - PJS said please don't contact us anymore, it's a one off race ski and we can't keep fixing it up for you 01:24:00 Touching up vintage jet skis: I don't touch up race boats 01:26:40 Tell us about the Indycar styled fuel injection 01:27:43 Jeff Jacobs did his own undercover mods, his dad developed their own pump and used other parts he didn't tell anyone about, he would take them off before end of the season 01:32:47 Any other secrets you stumbled across? 91 Reed engine and how Jeff beat 700's on his 550 01:39:52 Jeff comes out of retirement and rides in boardshorts and absolutely smashes the competition, did you own that SuperJet? 01:43:42 The Vintage Jetski museum, the history and where it went wrong, plans for the future 01:49:49 Meeting the Godfather of Jetskis: Clayton Jacobs Snr 01:53:29 You also met Fred Tunstall 01:57:13 You make reproduction tanks, tell us about how that came about? 02:00:42 What is the “Fill Delete” tank? 02:02:55 Why should I buy a new tank? Good build quality and safety + how to test your tank 02:05:32 Is there an X2 tank coming out? Yes! We did a crowd survey asking if people want a bigger tank or more room for a bigger pipe 02:09:15 Does it use standard X2 straps? 02:10:10 Where can people find these tanks? 02:11:15 Handling tips: PJS ride plate, Jettrim mats, add traction pads on the hood to stand on it, pads underneath the handle pull, 3 bilge pumps, AME grips, 15 degree bars. The SX railing caps keeping coming off, DIY railings with PVC 02:19:03 Engine setup: 550 Halfpipe, charging flywheel, milling your head, porting, bore the nozzle and aftermarket impeller. I prefer single carb 02:20:58 Your best memory: That Jeff Jacobs boat sitting in your backyard 02:22:27 Thanks for being on the show! 02:23:14 Outro
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Tune into a new episode of #BlowinSmokePodcast featuring one of the most unorthodox artist to come of out the city of Stockton, CA - Don Quez. Starting with where the love for the music came from, and how he's used it to express his unique perspective on life. Touching on his new album, "Hell of a Ride" and what separates this album from the rest and how this year will be the breakout year for the diamond out the mud... with a whole lotta smoke.
Inter Miami moved to within two points from a playoff spot after topping the Columbus Crew, 1-0. Franco Panizo and Jose Armando discuss the win, the season turnaround, the performance put forth, Gonzalo Higuain and Rodolfo Pizarro's lack of chemistry, the upcoming Toronto FC game, and more.
In this episode of Conversations with a Shaman; I ask about Touching the Earth. I recall, on a Spirit Quest, I went on with Coyote Thunder Hawk. Hawk asked everyone, "when was the last time they were on their hands and knees touching and smelling the Earth?" I ask, Why is touching the Earth important?If you have a particular topic matter that you would like to hear, please send me a request at email@example.com.
Red Sox Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom discusses the state of his team as the Sox head down the stretch of a tight playoff race. He called this season "a roller-coaster." Bloom pushed back against the idea he didn't do enough at the trade deadline with his team going 17-20 since, saying "chasing a ghost" doesn't help you in the long run. But is Bloom prioritizing the future over the now. He admits there can be a "tug of war" between the two. Bloom also explains why he believes the Sox can't build a winner simply by whipping out their wallet. He addresses the long-term future of shortstop Xander Bogaerts and revisits a possible misstep from the Mookie Betts deal. The baseball boss also touches on combating a COVID-19 outbreak within the team, calling it one of the most difficult challenges of his career. And producer Ellen Fleming asks Bloom how much the intense Boston Baseball Experience affects player acquisitions. Email the Take 5 podcast at Take5@WCVB.com Follow Chris Gasper and WCVB on Twitter @cgasper & @WCVB
Today, Dr. Kathryn Rudy speaks with host Sandra Hindman on a fascinating range of topics related to “touching” the book as well as the innovative techniques she has developed in her forensic approach to the study of manuscripts. Kathryn Rudy pioneered the use of the densitometer to measure the grime that original readers deposited in their books, but today she delves even further into her creative application of additional techniques such as RAK (Raking light) technologies to solve problems posed by “big dirty books” and the grubby face stains in books of hours. From her childhood discovery of inadvertent marks to tracing pollen dust, join Sandra Hindman and discover the most cutting edge technology in manuscript analysis. Kathryn Rudy is a manuscript historian at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. She earned her Ph.D. from Columbia University in Art History, and a Licentiate in Mediaeval Studies from the University of Toronto. She has held research, teaching, and curatorial positions in the US, the UK, Canada, The Netherlands, and Belgium. Her research concentrates on the reception and original function of manuscripts, especially those manufactured in the Low Countries. She is currently developing new ways to track and measure user response of late medieval manuscripts. Dr. Rudy is the author of six books, including Image, Knife, and Gluepot: Early Assemblage in Manuscript and Print (Open Book Publishers, 2019); Rubrics, Images and Indulgences in Late Medieval Netherlandish Manuscripts (Leiden: Brill, 2017); Piety in Pieces: How medieval readers customized their manuscripts (Open Book Publishers, 2016); and Postcards on Parchment: The Social Lives of Medieval Books(Yale University Press, 2015). Resources: Kathryn M. Rudy, "Dirty Books: Quantifying Patterns of Use in Medieval Manuscripts Using a Densitometer," Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art 2:1-2 (Summer 2010) https://jhna.org/articles/dirty-books-quantifying-patterns-of-use-medieval-manuscripts-using-a-densitometer/ “How the Grand Obituary of Notre-Dame (Paris, BnF, Ms. lat. 5185 CC) was Touched, Kissed, and Handled” Kathryn Rudy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixugb35bfcA “How medieval users handled their manuscripts” Professor Kathryn Rudy, Inaugural Lecture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3FYjWov0gM Les Enluminures x TEFAF Online: https://www.tefaf.com/visitors/sign_up
On tonight’s show, we’re going to be talking about the case from Indiana; The one we talked about a couple episodes back. Touching on a couple of issues in that case that would be Hope vs. Indiana Commissioner of Correction. Then we’re going to be taking a plethora of listener questions because we haven’t done...
Under the rule and reign of Christ, even the work of a slave for his master should be motivated by love, especially those who have masters that also believe the gospel of Christ. Touching again upon the theme of false teaching, Paul warns against those whose doctrine opposes such commands to love and honor those in authority over us. Those who teach to the contrary have an unhealthy interest in disputes and arguments over words. Timothy is warned to flee such foolishness and use his strength to fight the good fight of faith and guard the gospel which has been entrusted to him. This reading completes the book of 1 Timothy. In our next reading, we'll begin the book of 2 Timothy.:::Christian Standard Bible translation.All music written and produced by John Burgess Ross.Co-produced by Aaron Colyer and the Christian Standard Biblefacebook.com/commuterbibleinstagram.com/commuter_bibletwitter.com/CommuterPodpatreon.firstname.lastname@example.org
Today I wanted to do a bit of an update cast. Touching on a few different topics. - Stress vs Boredom: A dyslexic challenge many of us have. - Alcohol - A challenge I deal with and want to be open about - Dyslexic Confidence - The new programme is launching - https://tcd.truthaboutdyslexia.com/The-Confident-Dyslexic - 12 Minute Interviews - A new format for the podcast hearing from Dyslexic's like you and me. I hope you enjoy todays update cast from The Truth About Dyslexia. Sign up for our next Webinar Video Series on Building Confidence as a Dyslexic >> https://go.truthaboutdyslexia.com/webinar Join our Private Facebook Community Here >> https://www.facebook.com/groups/adultdyslexia Learn About our Courses Here >> https://truthaboutdyslexia.com/courses >> https://tcd.truthaboutdyslexia.com/The-Confident-Dyslexic Subscribe on Youtube here >> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6eO96kabO3y66aUeaEKbIg
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Alright on Today's episode of the STP Pod we have a great interview with the guys over at the Touching Gloves Podcast. That was a great conversation as we discussed the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight. We also talked about the upcoming Tyson Fury vs Dionta Wilder fight and other things pertaining to fighting. Follow the Touching Gloves Boxing Podcast on Instagram @touchingglovesboxingpodcast. You can also fond the Touching Gloves Boxing Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Pandora and much more. And As usual we have the Sports Lightning Round, Questions from Instagram, Highlight of the week, weekly poll Question and much more. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook @sportstown_podcast or on Twitter @sportstownpod. Check out the Aether Diamonds Website:https://aetherdiamonds.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwssyJBhDXARIsAK98ITQVmlRzgQaSG-hfukRUr7A_T3VkTwj62-R3D8OwTYtvKTZ4caqLj7gaAiXSEALw_wcBThe Aether Diamond Social Media Sites:https://www.instagram.com/aetherdiamonds/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/aetherdiamonds/https://twitter.com/AetherDiamonds?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorUse promo code STP2021 for 15% off your first order through https://helpyoufind.me/go/1036/Links to this episode: Promotional Link: Go to this link http://www.buchheitmarketing.com to get some amazing Amway productslinktr.ee/sportstown_podcasthttps://www.sportstownpodcast.comLinks to the Touching Gloves Podcast:https://linktr.ee/TouchGlovesBoxingNAFhttps://www.instagram.com/touchglovesnaf/?utm_medium=copy_linkhttps://twitter.com/touchglovesnaf?s=21https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wihJmXHDnzYhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxuZTq204gToSAF1JvjcEQQ
Entering the presence of the ancient Persian king unbidden meant death. Queen Esther was, therefore, taking her life into her hands when she drew near to the king in an effort to save her people from Haman’s wicked plot. But King Ahasuerus was kind and extended to his queen the golden scepter. Esther approached […]
The Ohio State Buckeyes opened the season with a victory at Minnesota. Maynard James Keenan has it going on in Jerome, Arizona. What animal did you touch that you shouldn't have? San Francisco is paying hardened criminals $300 per month not to shoot anyone. Plus, the Grand Canyon, New Music Friday, gator attack, Drop Tower ride, and more!
Did you miss us? Welp,here we are back with another episode. DeAndre aka Mr. Everlasting, co-host of Tha Souf Got Sumthin 2 Say and The Safe Word joins Syd for a discussion on polyamory. Inspired by the book, The Ethical Slut, she and her guest explore the dynamic of non-monogamous relationships. Touching on myths regarding polyamorous lifestyles both agree that non traditional relationships require more communication, honesty and trust. If your entire reason for becoming poly is to acquire as many sexual encounters as possible, we'd advise you to seek otherwise. Also, it seems as though Only Fans made headlines about it's recent backtrack on banning sexually explicit content. Guess what that means? Go ahead and support this week's guest by checking out both of his podcasts,The Safe Word w/ Mystique and Mr.Everlasting or Tha Souf Got Sumthin 2 Say, along with a follow for DeAndre at @officialeterniti If you haven't already, make sure to follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook @AnnoyedNotOffended. https://linktr.ee/AnnoyedNotOffended Let me judge your annoyances both big and small to see if you should be annoyed or offended. Email them to AnnoyedNotOffended@gmail.com.
Cross-post from Fed Watch, another Bitcoin Magazine podcast series. Fed Watch airs weekly and features discussion on Bitcoin and the Macroeconomic environment. In this special episode of Bitcoin Magazine's “Fed Watch” podcast, we are joined by Greg Foss and Aaron Segal, two notable individuals operating in the Bitcoin space. Viewing Bitcoin from a national and global perspective, this conversation focuses on the interplay between centralization and decentralization. Aaron's latest essay on the topic breaks down the core facets of this hierarchical authority, and in this discussion he highlights the five axioms of centralization vs. decentralization. Expanding on how decentralization is a stabilizing force, and why centralization doesn't always correlate with fascism or totalitarianism, Aaron shines a light on how Bitcoin can play a role in fluctuating economic environments. Touching on China's economic shift and what the U.S. can learn from it, the conversation ramps up on Aaron's fifth axiom: Bitcoin as a decentralizing force. Should we fight the federal reserve? Is the unpredictable nature of the Chinese government deterring passive investors? Join our panel-style discussion as we debate these economic changes and the future of decentralization.
For Topic Tuesday, the guys are questioned about what point they consider a car to be unreliable. The debate is for Rami C. in TX, who is an enthusiast dad needing a new experience. Social media questions ask how OEMs think up chassis and engine codes, how do you experience more tire types without breaking the budget, and how do you approach private sellers who are uncomfortable allowing a pre-purchase inspection? Seasons 1-8 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide, and Season 9 commences on the Motor Trend cable channel beginning July 3, 2021! Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at email@example.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!
In today's episode, recorded right before Rosh Hashanah 5782, Karen sits down with Liz Rueven, the food blogger and “eco Jew” behind Kosher Like Me for a chat about how to plan a sustainable Rosh Hashanah – and how to keep those green habits going all year long. Touching on everything from favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes to doable ways to green your life in the coming year to why there are no “shoulds” when it comes to observing the Jewish New Year, Liz proves that sustainability can be easy, joyful, and, above all, Jewish! You'll find out: - Which foods are symbolic for Rosh Hashanah, and how to incorporate them into your meals - Which easy Rosh Hashanah recipes Liz is loving for this year, when the holiday falls early - Sustainable ways to decorate your home for Rosh Hashanah - Ways to prep for Rosh Hashanah in advance, both spiritually and in the kitchen - How to be an eco Jew - How Liz's Jewish identity informs her commitment to sustainability - All about setting eco intentions in the kitchen for 5782 - How we can have a greener/more sustainable Rosh Hashanah – and why we should - How to combine your farmer's market finds with classic family favorites to create the ultimate Rosh Hashanah menu - All about Liz's daughter's upcoming eco-friendly Jewish wedding (she's a member of our Brides Club!). Links: New You in 5782 workshop: https://yourjewishlife.co/roshjoy Everything you need to know about Rosh Hashanah in 2021: https://yourjewishlife.co/rosh Liz's Jewish food blog, Kosher Like Me: http://kosherlikeme.com/ The Encyclopedia of Jewish Food, Liz's #1 Jewish cooking reference: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780470391303 Crisp autumn salad loaded with symbolic foods of Rosh Hashanah: kosherlikeme.com/crisp-autumn-salad-loaded-with-symbolism Apple compote parfait with tahini and halva: kosherlikeme.com/apple-compote-parfaits-lighten-up-dessert/ Honey cake with chocolate glaze: kosherlikeme.com/holiday-honey-cake-chocolate-honey-glaze Rosh Hashanah apple cake: http://kosherlikeme.com/that-holiday-apple-cake-everyone-wants-for-rosh-hashanah/ Pomegranate honey glazed chicken: kosherlikeme.com/pomegranate-honey-glazed-chicken Rosh Hashanah table setting inspo: https://www.myjewishlearning.com/the-nosher/find-your-rosh-hashanah-tablescape-inspiration/ Food Rescue app: https://foodrescue.us/ Jewish weddings at the New York Botanical Garden on Smashing The Glass: https://www.smashingtheglass.com/tag/the-new-york-botanical-gardens/ Smashing The Glass' Brides Club: https://brides.smashingtheglass.com/ Smashing Life, my community membership club for Jewish + Jew(ish) women https://smashinglife.club/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourjewishlife/ Visit my website http://yourjewishlife.co/
In this week's wine-fueled episode the ladies go IN on one of their all-time favorites “My Motherboard, Myself." Touching upon topics including Charlotte's bucket hat, wrestling fetishes, regional florists, the fabulous teal clamshell iBook from 2001, Aidan's fajitas, the demise of Tekserve, Miranda's changing room breakdown, a taste test of INVIVO X SJP wines, and so much more!Curious about INVIVO X SJP? Use Code EVERYOUTFIT15 for up to $15 off shipping with purchase of the Rose and Sauvignon Blanc.https://shop.invivoxsjp.com/Visual references for this episode can be found here:https://www.everyoutfitinc.com/episode-27
Katie and the Union discuss meals they wish they could cook. Travis is mad at a TV show, Katie took out the trash and Christina had real plans (21:05). What should Washington's new name be (53:55)? Justin Fields sees his future (1:02:30). Jeopardy has a little problem on their hands (1:20:40). A MLB Tiktok update (1:30:34). Finally, fictional guests Katie should interview (1:48:30).
This week on Guys We Fucked, Corinne and Krystyna read an email from a fan who reacted very instinctually to her husband's passing. Then, the duo is joined by comedian and friend, Shane Torres, where they discuss Jessica Simpsons edible cosmetics line, what constitutes good sex, and first sexual experiences. Later on, the three talk about the taboo topics surrounding body image, volcanic vulnerability, and whether or not men are inspired to feel sexy in their own skin. Shane will be at The Punchline, Philadelphia on October 2nd, 2021 For more information visit shaneisacomedian.com Follow Shane Torres on IG: @syrupmountain Follow Corinne on Twitter/IG/TikTok: @PhilanthropyGal Follow Krystyna on Twitter/IG/TikTok: @KrystynaHutch Follow Guys We Fucked everywhere: @guyswefcked LISTEN TO OUR NEW PODCAST MINI-SERIES, DON'T GET F****D (BY MONEY) exclusively on Luminary https://luminary.link/G8CwYMpmAfb Email Us: SorryAboutLastNightShow@gmail.com Subscribe to the Guys We Fucked YouTube Channel: youtube.com/guyswefcked LISTEN TO KRYSTYNA'S SELF-HELP SOLO PODCAST, The Voices In Our Heads, on Krystyna's Patreon! LISTEN TO CORINNE'S NEWS & POLITICS PODCAST with comedian SHAYNE SMITH, WITHOUT A COUNTRY, Saturdays on all podcasting platforms including full video on YouTube. https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCjP3oJVS_BEgGXOPcVzlpVw COME SEE US LIVE // EXCLUSIVE MERCH Austin, TX - Moontower → Sept. 23-25 Washington DC - DC Improv → Oct. 14-16 Houston TX - Skank Fest South → Nov. 5-7 Ticket Links on sorryaboutlastnightcomedy.com For live duo touring schedule, please visit www.sorryaboutlastnightcomedy.com/tours Do you think your music should be featured on an episode of GWF? E-mail a streaming link to Mike Coscarelli: GWFPodcastMusic@gmail.com Featured music: Red Giant Project Song 1- Heat Song 2- All Gold https://open.spotify.com/artist/6w17z0QsctPCHEMW1EV0xY?si=04VJVroiT2mOoSn5uc81lg&dl_branch=1