5:48 - The media business is a grind. Where did the work ethic come from? Attitude is a choice. 8:06 - Opportunities. Going out on your own. The simplicity of YouTube as apposed to Radio Stations. Building trust in relationships. 15:44 - Interviews. Authentic, relevant, fun, and innovative. Be the best version of yourself always. Rush Limbaugh. Howard Stern. Innovators. 19:47 - I will not be beat. What does it take to run a D1 child? If you have good parents, they will not discourage the kids. Empower your kid. 23:06 - What was it like to run WIBC radio station? People rely on your for information. We saved lives. What are some keys to empowering people. Breakfast With Kent. Do something that is rewarding to society. What are some of the biggest challenges in sports. Jazz. Listen well and pay attention. 28:20 - Baseball. What's the best of baseball and what are the biggest challenges in the MLB? Who's determining the rules? New bargaining agreement negotiation. What's good about it for the country. Great heritage. Great traditions. What did your grandparents teach you? Irish Catholic Liberal Democrat. 34:07 - Famous people. Harry Carey. Tony Dungee. Andre Brewer. Who taught you how to interview people. Improvisation classes. The power of listening. What was the biggest failure or flub or biggest disappointment. Mike Chappel. Communications director. Enjoy community. 41:09 - Biggest success story. Launching 1070AM The Fan. Michael Grady. 43:01 - Toughest interview you've ever done? Toni Morrison. Dead Eyes. COUPLE OF NAMES HERE. Jason Sudeikis. The Today Show. Second City. Double Take at Indiana University. Mark Sutton. Mick. How to not be intimidated in the moment. 47:47 - Knowledge Through The Decades. What is the attitude lesson at birth. Soak it all in. Inhabit the good habits and discard the bad. 48:19 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 10. Doing nothing but aiming for laughter is a fool's errand. Jake Query. 49:56 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 20? Stop fighting against nature. 51:29 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 30? Mike Woodsen. 55:00 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 40? 56:21 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 50? Not wanting to live in St. Louis anymore. Balance. 57:32 - A message of hope. You are not the most important person on the planet and if we all agree to come together then this will be a much better place to live. A Beautiful Mind. Dealing with each other in a positive way. Finding the value in every human being. People are not in your way. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SUBSCRIBE / RATE / REVIEW
We draft Head to Head the BEST DYNASTY ROSTERS in CoD! Then debate HOT QUESTIONS in CoD! OpTic Dallas' potential problems, Scump's...last season?, snipers in SnD, Jetpacks, and more! It's a wild fun episode filled with spicy debate! And a winner is crowned! ◾ Intro - 00:00 ◾ News of the Week - 4:02 - Skrapz Retiring!? // Silly confirms Challengers // Revan & NYSL // Felo...Dallas??? // Mindfreak // Kraken vs Mutineers // Warzone Ranked mode...you gotta be kidding me // LA Thieves vs OpTic's biggest problems // Mario ◾ DYNASTY DRAFT - 27:26 - Head to head dynasty draft! Drafting the best and brightest young stars in the CDL! We have to build the best squad of dynasty draft picks! ◾ SPICIEST CoD Questions we ALL Want to Ask - 53:30 - We compete head to head to earn points answering the hottest topic competitive cod questions! Jetpacks // Snipers in SnD.. // GA's // Scump..retiring // Control // Franchising // CoD Game ◾ Will keyboard and mouse ever be allowed in competitive cod? - Intelligent or Irrelevant - 01:20:00 The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcasts covers and its hosts Josh "SalvationsElite," Rex "ShadyNero," and Sam "Bash" cover all things Call of Duty Esports in regards to the Call of Duty League, CoD Cold War, CoD League news, updates, predictions, breakdowns, summaries, game patches, meta, gameplay, gamebattles, competitive gaming, the news of the official CoD League with all the pro teams like the Dallas Empire, Seattle Surge, OpTic Chicago, Atlanta FaZe, LA Thieves, Minnesota Rokkr, NY Subliners, London Royal Ravens, Florida Mutineers, the LA Guerillas, Toronto Ultra and the Paris Legion! We do predictions and breaking news, updates, roster changes rostermania, free agency, trades, with players like Scump, Crimsix, Simp, Huke, Dashy, Skrapz, Octane, Abezy, Gunless, Arcitys, FormaL, ILLeY, Shotzzy, Prestinni, Clayster, Cellium, Priestahh, Attach, Temp, and others! We are the Best of 3 Call of Duty Esports Podcast! -CONNECT- YOUTUBE Watch on YouTube HERE (https://www.youtube.com/salvationselite) TWITTER Follow Josh “SalvationsElite” - https://twitter.com/SalvationsElite Follow Rex “ShadyNero” - https://twitter.com/ShadyNero Follow Sam “Bash_Bo3” - https://twitter.com/Bash_BO3 PODCAST The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts and will be coming to more apps soon! Links here: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-best-of-3-cod-esports-podcast/id1490028421 SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/7jgzkfT6uc7wyU2L4UCh0B?si=Z6XhfUCcQ2exwOgyjfJFDA ---------------- SALVATIONSELITE SOCIALS The DISCORD CoD Community Server! Join for community tourneys, live streams, finding teammates and more! https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC TWITTER -- https://twitter.com/salvationselite INSTAGRAM -- https://www.instagram.com/josh.roeloffs/ TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/salvationselite DISCORD -- https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC #TheBestOf3Podcast #CoDEsports #CallofDutyLeague #podcast #CallofDuty #Esports #CoDPodcast #EsportsPodcast #CallofDutyEsports #CompetitiveCoD
Dan is joined by Sam Cooper (@scooperhoops) and Mike Vigil (@protectedpick) from The Timeline Podcast for a mega-ultra-super-deep dive into the Phoenix Suns ahead of the 2021-22 NBA season. Their conversation spans Devin Booker's next step, the fit of JaVale McGee and Landry Shamet, Mikal Bridges' heightened offensive role, Cam Johnson's development, Deandre Ayton's future, Chris Paul, lineup possibilities, win-loss projections and muuuuuuch more. TIMESTAMPS⬇️
In this episode of Legends Lookback, we discuss the tough guys of Legends with our hosts Jared, Freddy, Rick, and Emily! Join us live in the chat and/or discuss the show with other listeners in our Discord channel! Get some gear in the merch store! Join us for the live show every week at 9:30 PM EST at https://www.youtube.com/youtube.com/youtini (YouTube.com/youtini). Find us online and join our Discord at youtini.com/discord. Send your questions to email@example.com or on Twitter @legendslookback. Remember to subscribe, review, and may the Force be with you!
Paraphrasing the late Dennis Green, the 2021 Ohio State Buckeyes are who we thought they'd be. Now, it took half the regular season to get there, but there is no doubt Ryan Day's squad has rounded into form. Steve Helwagen joins Dave Biddle on today's show to discuss the 66-17 rout of Maryland and what can be expected from the Buckeyes moving forward this year. How great is this Ohio State offense and quarterback C.J. Stroud? What is standing out about the Buckeyes' defense? Also, what is the toughest remaining game on OSU's schedule? Dare we say it's The Game? Or might it be Penn State or someone else? All of that and much more is coming your way on the Monday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff chats with Rick Tocchet about getting into the Flyers Hall of Fame and how difficult the Metropolitan division might be (1:30). Penguins President of Hockey Ops Brian Burke gives his take on his team after getting an offseason to evaluate (21:27). Islanders defenseman Zdeno Chara explains his decision to sign in New York and his relationship with the […]
Experiencing betrayal is one of the most complex interpersonal, personal, psychological, and emotional experiences we can undergo. My special guest, Dr. Debi Silber, describes how her personal experience with the trauma of betrayal became the starting point for her personal growth and professional expertise in the area of betrayal.In this jam-packed episode, you will hear how Dr. Silber's research into the stresses and symptoms suffered by people who have been betrayed showed her how betrayal is distinctly different, and more shattering an experience than other types of stressful events. Dr. Silber describes both the symptoms of Post-Betrayal Syndrome and the 5 predictable phases of Post-Betrayal Transformation in clear and interesting detail; she also shares her own story of reconciliation after betrayal. Dr. Debi Silber is the CEO and Founder of The PBT (Post Betrayal Transformation) Institute and is a holistic psychologist, a health, mindset, and personal development expert, the author of the #1 bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps to Rebuilding Your Body, Mind and Life After a Life Crisis, Trust Again: Overcoming Betrayal and Regaining Health, Confidence, and Happiness, and her forthcoming book From Hardened to Healed: The Effortless Path to Release Resistance, Get Unstuck, and Create a Life You Love. Her recent Ph.D. study on how we experience betrayal made 3 groundbreaking discoveries that change how long it takes to heal. In addition to being on FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz Show, TEDx, and more, she's an award-winning speaker, coach, and author dedicated to helping people move past any blocks preventing them from the health, work, relationships, confidence, and happiness they want most.Timestamps: [3:41] The start of Dr. Silber's experiences with trauma and betrayal[6:32] The reason why betrayal is so traumatizing[10:43] The stunning results of Dr. Silber's research on the symptoms of betrayal[16:20] The 5 stages of Post-Betrayal Transformation[25:46] Dr. Silber answers the question, “Can trust be repaired?”__________________________________________________________For more information on the Make Time for Success podcast, visit:https://www.maketimeforsuccesspodcast.comConnect with Us!Dr. Christine Li -Website: https://www.procrastinationcoach.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/procrastinationcoachInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/procrastinationcoach/Dr. Debi Silber -Website: https://thepbtinstitute.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/debisilber/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InspireEmpowerTransformLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/debisilber/Do you have Post Betrayal Syndrome? Take the Quiz: https://thepbtinstitute.com/quiz/ Get the Trust Again book and bonuses: https://thepbtinstitute.com/trustagain/
Follow extreme bikepacker Cat Jaffee as she competes in the Silk Road Mountain Race - the toughest mountain bike race on the planet. 1,200-miles long, with over 115,000-feet elevation gain, athletes traverse the high mountain passes and remote valleys of Kyrgyzstan for 14 grueling days. Traveling completely unsupported, wild camping along the way, only a handful of riders attempt it and a fraction of those reach the end. But the racing is only part of the appeal. For centuries, The Silk Road operated as a network of trading routes connecting China and the Far East with the Middle east and Europe. It was responsible for spreading some of the most important ideas, culture and economics throughout the world and its effects still resonate across the world today. The mountains of Kyrgyzstan, which the race passes through, traces one of the central routes of the Silk Road, used by traders and wanderers throughout the Middle Ages, and the nomadic culture which still grazes their sheep in these high alpine pastures today has remained largely since those days. It had always been Cat's dream to bikepack the Silk Road. But on the cusp of that dream coming true she came back from an assignment in Africa to the news that she had contracted malaria, dengue fever and had ovarian cancer. It was devastating news. She spent a year undergoing chemotherapy and Stage 4 cancer treatment. Most of us would have given up on the race. Most of us would have struggled to even get out of bed. But Cat kept training throughout it, riding 100s miles each weekend all day and through the night. Then a year later, despite her illness, she found herself on the start line of the toughest mountain bike race in the world. This is a story about that adventure, but it's also a story about the power of determination to beat the odds and follow your dreams no matter what stands in your way. Get ready to ride the Silk Road.Highlights:· Find out what it takes to compete in the toughest mountain bike race in the world· Explore the spectacular mountains and ancient culture of Kyrgyzstan's high mountains· Be inspired by Cat's story of determination and survival in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges.Cat is also an award-winning podcast producer. Her latest series, Guardians of the River about the Okavango Delta Wilderness Project, which was recorded on location in Angola and Botswana over four months, won the Tribeca Film Festival's prestigious Best Podcast award. Find out more here: https://www.houseofpod.org/featured-productions/guardians-of-the-river ... Connect directly with Cat on Instagram: @naturevertThanks to Wondrium for sponsoring this episode. Wondrium is the new name for The Great Courses Plus, now expanded with more content: documentaries, world-cinema, tv shows and lots of new courses. You can check it all out for free for one month by heading over to www.wondrium.com/armchairTo find out more about the Silk Road Mountain Race go to www.silkroadmountainrace.cc / cover image courtesy @silkroadmountainraceFollow @armchairexplorer podcast on Instagram and Facebook or head over to www.armchair-explorer.com to find more background information on this episode
In the NEW episode, number 237, host Christopher Harris is joined by co-hosts Kartik Krishnaiyer and Kyle Fansler to cover a range of topics including: • Why the English Premier League faces its toughest decision ever...
Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte look ahead at BYU's schedule and rank the toughest opponents left for the Cougars. BYU got through its first three Power 5 opponents with a 3-0 record and have four P5 opponents remaining. The guys mention Baylor and Boise State as the tougher opponents left for BYU. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I love playing games and I love sharing some of these fun games with you. Games bring people together, create fun and laughter, open up your creative side, motivate and stimulate. Well the game I'm going to ask you to play today can also do all of that, but you actually have to try it, and that may be one of the toughest things of all... listen in and see what happens when you do it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifebaconmegan/support
How the hell do you guard Shaq? Well after this episode you'll have a much better idea because NBA journeyman Kenyon Martin Sr. stops by to talk about his playing days and how physical the league used to be, more specifically, Malice at the Palace. Stream for free on Hisense Smart TVs, LG Channels, Sports on Tubi, Plex, Samsung TV Plus, The Roku Channel, Vizio Channels fubosportsnetwork.com, and XUMO or as part of fuboTV's subscription packages of 100+ sports, news and entertainment channels.
The Voice of the Chicago Bears Jeff Joniak joined The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima to preview Bears-Browns. What the Bears organization thinking as they transition from Andy Dalton to Justin Fields due to injury. Thoughts on Fields making his first start in Cleveland. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this Emily Davis interview, dealing with bouts of depression (her “Silent Companion”) and why keeping busy musically is the best form of medicine… the incredible relief she felt when coming out, recording her first 2 LPs at the age of 20 & 21 and what drives her ambition, how the Murder Police came together and the challenges of leading a band, BEST decision she ever made, giving a massive shit, being a servant, tons of fun, awesome artist If you'd like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Emily Davis is the founder, songwriter and vocalist for the El Paso, TX alternative band, Emily Davis & The Murder Police. The bands YT channel has almost 7 Million views and opened for one of the most popular punk bands of all time - Bad Religion, throughout their 2019 fall tour. In addition to being a very talented songwriter, Emily's a brilliant lyricist. Emily Davis & The Murder Police has 2 LPs including their most recent record, Never A Moment Alone, and Emily has released 3 solo LPs as well. Subscribe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EveryoneLovesGuitar?sub_confirmation=1 Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe
Can the House get to 218 on the BIF? That's the big question on Capitol Hill after Speaker Nancy Pelosi made clear Tuesday her team would not delay a Monday vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, aka the BIF. Here's what we're watching as Pelosi's whipping operation gets underway for what promises to be a close vote. Take the POLITICO Podcast Listener Survey Raghu Manavalan is the host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the senior producer for POLITICO Audio. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Zach Lowe and Jackie MacMullan to discuss NBA sleeper teams in the Western Conference (1:55), the question "Is the East finally stronger than the West?" (29:55), an update on the Ben Simmons–76ers saga (49:00), NBA rule changes (1:05:05), and more. Host: Bill Simmons Guests: Zach Lowe and Jackie MacMullan Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis on how California attained the lowest Covid numbers in country, why Delta may be the worst of the variants, why San Diego isn't likely to implement same vaccination mandates as LA & confusion over booster shots.
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Browns Beat Reporter Daryl Ruiter joined The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima to recap Texans-Browns. Why Daryl was impressed with Baker Mayfield's toughness but also states why Browns should still be concerned with the injury. Why the Browns need OBJ now that Jarvis Landry is injured. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason Redman is a Retired Navy SEAL Lieutenant, motivational speaker, and the bestselling author of Overcome: Crush Adversity With The Leadership Techniques Of America's Toughest Warriors. Jason grew up in a family that was very patriotic and enjoyed serving their country, so he heard about the military early on and from about the age of 12 he knew he wanted to do special operations. There was something about the Navy SEALs and the fact that it is the hardest training in the entire U.S. military that piqued Jason's interest. People told him he would never make it, but that just pushed him even more to reach that goal. After he graduated high school he headed to Boot Camp. “SEAL training is legendary and it's difficult. And it's been that way from the very beginning all the way back in World War II. And interestingly enough, it's pretty much maintained the core of what that training was back then. And even today, SEAL training has a 75%- 80% failure rate. So attrition rate, almost 80% of the people that start SEAL training, don't make it through the majority of it, you know, don't make it because obviously, they quit. But then there's a large amount that don't make it for medical reasons. And then performance reasons, academic reasons. All these things play into a guy's ability to make it through training. And it is legendary in its difficulty.” How Jason's near-death experience led him to his current career Back in September 2007 Jason was part of a SEAL Assault Group in Iraq. It was a pretty volatile time in the war and they were conducting missions almost every night. On September 12 they got word that a senior Al-Qaeda leader was going to be in a specific location at a specific time and Jason's team launched a mission to go after that individual. But what they didn't know was they were walking into a very well executed Al-Qaeda ambush and Jason and his team were shot by multiple machine guns. Jason was shot eight times in his elbow and his face. His jaw was shattered, all the bones above one of his eyes were broken, he was severely injured and knocked out. His teammates continued to fight and got him out of there and he was sent to a hospital in the U.S. Jason remembers that in the beginning he was so overwhelmed. Doctors were giving him a ton of information about his injuries and treatment, at one point they thought they might need to amputate his arm, he was being fed by a stomach tube. He thought for sure his career was over and didn't know where he would go next. People would come visit him and they would talk about other people they saw throughout the hospital and what a shame it was, what a pity that we send them off to war and they come back broken and they'll never be the same. And Jason had a realization hearing those comments. He didn't want to be a victim and feel sorry for himself--he had been through tough times before and overcame them and he knew he had a choice. We all have a choice when faced with hard times--whether you are a salesperson, a doctor, a police officer, etc...humans are humans and we have a choice in how we react to situations in our lives. So he put a sign up on his door that said, “Attention to all who enter here, if you're coming in this room to feel sadness or sorrow, don't bother. The wounds I received, I got in a job that I love, doing it for people that I love, defending the freedom of a country that I deeply love. I will make a full recovery. What is full? That's the absolute utmost, physically. I have the ability to recover, and then I'm going to push that about 20% further through sheer mental tenacity. This room you're about to enter is a room of fun, optimism, and intense rapid regrowth. And if you're not prepared for that, go elsewhere.” He wrote that sign for himself, he knew in his time of darkness he needed to have a mission statement that he could focus on when he wanted to quit or was feeling down. It wasn't an easy journey, just because he made that statement doesn't mean everything was better from that moment forward. He had surgery setbacks, days of intense pain, infections, etc… But he always thought back to those words and pushed forward. In life, Jason says, you have to understand what your values are and what your mission is. That's what has to drive you forward. Jason's three rules of leadership While we can't control everything, we do have choices in life, no matter what role we are in. Jason teaches three rules of leadership when he gives his talks. He says it starts with rule number one, which is 70% of leadership is how you lead yourself. It's about your self-discipline, how you build structure in your life, how you build repetition and processes to get things done, how you are balanced as a leader. Leading others usually happens before you ever open your mouth. Rule number two is to lead others. After you are leading yourself and you know what your mission & values are, you can start leading others. It is important that you build trust, communicate clearly, and always stay on course. Rule number three is lead always. No matter what you are facing in life, as a leader you have to realize that you are leading. People are going to look to you as their example, so you have to step up and lead regardless of what you go through in life. Can resilience and overcoming adversity be taught? Jason has gone through a lot in his life and no matter what he keeps pushing forward and maintains a positive attitude. Leaders inside of organizations today need to have this type of mindset in order to overcome all of the challenges and hurdles that come along with this fast-paced, new world of work. But can this mindset be taught? While some people do have a higher level of resilience within themselves than others, Jason says it is something that can be taught and improved. It's taught through doing hard things. You have to get out of your comfort zone on a regular basis. If you are afraid of speaking in public, join Toastmasters. If you are afraid of heights, jump out of a plane. “Why? Because it forces you out of your comfort zone. And that's what builds your resiliency and your overcome muscles. I'll tell you what I try and tell people all the time, you cannot just click a switch and turn on an overcome mindset in a crisis. If you've never built one, it just won't happen. I don't care how much you read. I don't care how much you think you know about it. If you have not done some hard things in your life and built your overcome resiliency muscles, it won't happen.” The three Ps--how Jason stays focused on his goals One important part of leading yourself is having goals and building a structure that helps you stay focused on them. Jason has created the three Ps that help him stay on track and focused on his long-term goals. Narrowing it down to these three areas helps him move the needle forward a bit day by day instead of having huge lofty goals that seem way out of reach. His three Ps are: One physical goal--For Jason this is always about getting at least one workout in a day. But this could be any kind of physical goal. Maybe you want to do Yoga, or go for a walk outside, or play a team sport. One personal goal--To make sure he still takes time out to do something for himself Jason sets one personal goal a day. This could be having dinner with his family or calling his mom or balancing his personal finances. One professional goal--Every day he sets a professional goal to help him move his business forward. As a leader working on these things daily helps you lead yourself which in turn helps you lead others better. Jason says as a leader you should be an example of a good communicator, a good family member, an example of taking care of yourself physically and mentally, etc… “All these things are critical components of leadership, that if you're not doing them, if you are telling your people they need to have balance with their family, but you're not showing that, then they're going to slide out of that also, because that's how we learn. We emulate our leaders. And we value what our leaders feel is important.” ------------ This episode is sponsored by my friends over at Perceptyx Perceptyx helps enterprises get a clear picture of their employee experience with a continuous listening and people analytics platform aligned to key business goals. 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In this sports psychology podcast, Dr. Patrick Cohn interviews a former swimmer and now a mental advocate Kimberly Karducci. They discuss mental health issues and how to best manage the toughest moments of elite competitions. They also talked about her reasons for becoming a mental health advocate and her inspirations in writing her book entitled 'The I of the Tiger". Dr. Patrick Cohn is a master mental game coach who works with junior to professional athletes at Peak Performance Sports, LLC. GUEST: Kimberly Karducci: https://www.everythingathletes.com Resources for Athletes, Coach, and Sports Parents Learn about Mental Game Coaching For Athletes Download our a FREE Mental Toughness Report Read our Sports Psychology Articles Check out our Sports Psychology Audio Programs *Subscribe to The Sports Psychology Podcast on iTunes *Subscribe to The Sports Psychology Podcast on Spotify
It's not Thursday nor Saturday and it's the end of the week so that can mean only one thing, it's Friday in the City of Champions and ONR podcast day once more. Each and every week for 158 weeks so far, the folks at ON come together to talk your collective ears into exclaiming your agreement or displeasure with all we have to say. Both Baggedmilk and Tyler Yaremchuk are off this week and so today's episode is a rare "Dan hosted pod" for your listening collection. But before you click out of the podcast, he is also joined by a couple of newer faces to the mix, by the name of Caroline Szwed and her lovely partner Mike Salame (physio expert extraordinaire) as well as the always fired up and ready to go Rick and the wunderkind himself, the protégé to no one, Mr. Woz. It's been a long couple of weeks for everyone, but the positive vibes are beginning to amass in this fair city as the intrepid five spoke this week about a whole list of topics for you to be able to discuss along with us: Toughest experiences watching Oilers games Why Calgary will always be our loving little sibling (if you work for the city of Calgary, don't listen please) Dylan Holloway and what a "scaphoid injury" that has required two separate surgeries could mean Colton Sceviour PTO Ask the Idiots without any idiots returns (Field goals, Yaremchuk Vacations, and gratitude plus plus) A very special Deuce Vodka hot performers of the week, 2x the hot
The Ladies of the Ragged 75 Stage Race and 50k are BACK! In this episode we chat all about their race experiences and learn just what it's like to do your first and/or farthest race at one of the TOUGHEST races on the East Coast. If you want to learn more about the Ragged 75 Stage Race & 50k CLICK HERE. Got questions for Denise, Lorena, & Nicole? Reach out to them on Instagram @dmzimmer @lorenasferlazza@nicole_jaxon
Chris Crawford (@Crawford_MiLB) & Colin Henderson (@ColDontLie) continue their discussion from their last episode, this time going team-by-team in the National League and highlighting which players (
Welcome back listeners this episode features Player Developer & apart of UT Tyler Mens Basketball coaching staff Akeem Williams. Dive into his journey and the hoops climate of today. Journey of Akeem(1:00) Tenure with the Phoenix Suns(4:03) The Origin of Pwr.vsn (9:10) Toughest aspect of being a Trainer(19:03) Myles Gaskins (29:07) Most memorable moments (39:30) THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Follow Us on Instagram : Podcast IG: @Bontroversial Podcast Links: https://linktr.ee/Ogbee Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/46I9Wxtohmmm6GEoCaljhy Apple Music: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bontroversial/id1496978477?uo=4 DROP YOUR THOUGHTS BELOW!
1:11 - Rob Jones introduction. Double Amputee OIF OEF Veteran, US Marine Corps, Professional speaker | 31 Marathons, 31 Days, 31 Cities. http://www.robjonesjourney.com 5:48 - Survive, recover, use is Rob Jones philosophy. 6:17 - What was the attitude of Rob pre-Marine? Cared more about what was good for me. Lonely in college. 8:12 - Where was boot camp and who was the biggest prick? Paris Island? Sergeant Smith. 9:38 - What was your attitude when you stepped off the bus when you decided to serve in the Marines. Knowing what to expect didn't make it any less scary. Listen and DO what you're told to do and do it as fast as you can. 12:08 - How many brothers where you with in the Marines? 4 battalions. Each battalion has a couple companies. I was in Hotel Company. Each platoon had 90 recruits. 13 weeks boot camp. It's not designed to make you quit. It's designed to train you into being a Marine and molding you into a better self. 14:23 - Toughest day of basic? Never doubted that I'd be able to do it. 17:58 - What did you learn in boot camp? It's not about you any more. It's about your country first and foremost. Be a part of something bigger than you 19:36 - Afghanistan. What was first day like? 92 Day Reservist is designed for people in college. Virginia Tech. 7 month long deployment. Al-Qaeda. Camp Leatherneck. Forward operating base. Hesco barriers fence. Bunkers that you build. 24:44 - What's a day in the life of a Marine? Combat Engineer's task was to go out and fine Improvised Explosive Devices (EID). 29:47 - How do you prepare your brain to sweep mines? The day that changed your life. Clearing Taliban. Seizing territory. Ammonium Nitrate. 37:30 - The Rob Jones Journey. Was there a story that moved you to create the Rob Jones Journey? What was the attitude lesson of that recovery period? Dan Cnossen, double above-knee amputee. Walter Reid. Rudy Garcia Tolsen. 41:39 - 31 Marathons in 31 consecutive days in 31 different states.Bronze metal in rowing. Marine Marathon. 47:17 - http://www.RobJonesJourney.com 52:08 - Today's current world. What could shape the attitude of our nation. Pulling out of Afghanistan. South Korea. Taliban has blood alliance with Al-Qaeda. 57:36 - Is America at war from within? Are we in a more hostile environment than we ever have been before? Anti-American sentiment. Just because we don't agree doesn't mean we should hate each other. 1:01:09 - What do we need more of? Civility. Benevolence. Conversation. Trust in the government again. 1:02:51 - Closing message of hope. Mindset for victory. Top 2 lessons. Use the challenges as a weight to get stronger. Don't resist the challenges. The key to overcome anything in life is selflessness. What is the thing that you care about the most? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SUBSCRIBE / RATE / REVIEW
As we start/continue another school year during this pandemic we might find ourselves asking: What should I focus on most? How can I help my students get ready for the next grade level? Do I have time to teach through activities or should I just teach with direct instruction? What resources can I use so that I cover the curriculum and still teach deep learning? As we are both practicing educators they have been asking themselves that all summer and have prepared this webinar event to help you answer those exact questions.[This episode is a recording from their free webinar] You'll learn: Where you fit on the “math class lesson spectrum” and how you can use it to help your students succeed by learning math through sense making; After teaching a year in the pandemic where should we go now, where we should focus our learning; How to find the right balance between a “back to basics” and a “sense making” tug of war; The concept that holds your students back the most and what you can do to address their needs; and, How to help students develop a sense of their own mathematical identity and feel more confident in math class. Resources: https://makemathmoments.com/tasks/https://makemathmoments.com/proportions/
The Stormcloaks... or the Imperials?? Jess McDonell presents 10 Toughest Video Game Moral Choices (And What You Picked)... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Join Dr. Richard Howe and Alisa for a round of "Stump the Professor," as they took on your toughest questions about Christianity. Dr. Richard Howe is Provost, Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics, and Norman L. Geisler Chair of Christian Apologetics at Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. Some of the questions Dr. Howe addressed: Can God change his mind? Can you lose your salvation? Can we be happy in heaven if our loved ones are in hell? Where is Jesus' body right now?