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One Small Bite
It's Not Black or White: An Alternative Mindset to Diet Culture with Kia Bourne

One Small Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 47:11


Hola amigos! Welcome back!Is dieting really making you happy? How does your focus on weight serve you? What if there was an alternative to achieving health besides a weight goal? There is an alternative mindset.Highlights of this episode:Introducing Kia Bourne, RDNDiet culture vs. anti-diet mindsetDiscussing the weight and body relationshipDiet culture and eating disordersIdentity past weightAnnouncements:Trigger warning – discussions about suicide are present.Read Kia Bourne's blog post: THE BLACK & WHITE MINDSET: Has the anti-diet movement gone too far?Episode Summary Kia helps clients reject diet culture mindset. Afterall, fitness and nutrition are more than weight loss. Up until recently, there has not been another option for health outside of targeting weight loss. Traditionally, diet culture is front and center. It's a mentality and a set of beliefs. Something to take on to improve our health. Diet culture misses out on the actual person, it doesn't talk about the strain about the person's value or their relationship to food. It focuses on weight only to look better. It doesn't talk about your emotional and mental health under the weight loss regimen. But there are alternatives to weight loss to be healthy. Kia has noticed that many people are struggling with weight and struggling to fit in to the thin paradigm. Whether or not they identify with having an eating disorder, everyone has a need to be accepted. If being accepted involves thinness, then using food in an unhealthy way to achieve that thin ideal is problematic.  Techniques to be in an anti-diet mindset include relaxing the body through breathing awareness, which helps us connect to our body. Another is kindness. Giving space to make changes, rather than spending time beating ourselves up. A good question is, who are you beside from your weight? Where do I go from here?If you like this episode, then download the show wherever you listen to your podcasts at Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Google, iHeartRadio, Castbox, etc!Hit that subscribe button so you won't miss another episode. Big Ask: Leave a Review! Please, take a few minutes and leave me a review on your podcast app. Each review helps other listeners find the podcast, which provides me with the ability to continue bring you unique content. So spread the love. Loss for words? Just write what you like about the show.Share the show with friends.If you want to work with us, schedule an appointment or a free 15-minute discovery call. Explore our website and click Schedule an Appointment. Or, reach us by email info@orozconutrition.com or phone 678-568-4717.Once again, I greatly appreciate you for listening and supporting my show. Remember, it really only takes One Small Bite to start transforming your life. Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul!

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Creativity In QB Play - Will Hewlett, Quarterback Developer, QB Collective

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 38:08


Having trained more than 60 Division 1 quarterbacks in the past several years, quarterback coach Will Hewlett has quickly become one of the country's most sought after experts on the position. Hewlett is known for his focus on elite-level passing mechanics, helping quarterbacks improve speed of release, accuracy, and performance under pressure. “Traditionally, the quarterback has been one of the most under- coached positions on the team,” says Hewlett. “Playing QB can be both frustrating and rewarding. I love seeing the progression from a youth camper into an elite position player – physically and mentally.” Parents and coaches alike have seen the progress Coach Hewlett can bring about in a young QB – often referred to as the “difference maker”. Hewlett is constantly traveling throughout the country working with quarterback prospects from coast to coast. Hewlett says, “I love working with developing talents all over the country. To meet with a young player's coaches, see the programs and even watch the progress unfold on Friday nights is as fulfilling to me as anything in my career.” Hewlett has consulted with NFL, UFL, and NCAA coaches and continues to work with quarterbacks in the SEC, ACC, Big 10 and other conferences. In addition, Coach Hewlett is a top-ranked speaker at the Glazier Clinics tour, the largest football coaching clinics with over 26,000 active members and has co-authored a top selling book on passing mechanics. Hewlett is the first Australian-born quarterback to play NCAA football. His playing career extended to the pro-ranks, with a stint in the Arena League. His college experience included the University of Nevada and the University of Dubuque. Shownotes: -Overview of Sports Illustrated article, QB creativity -Progression to teaching fluidity and athleticism -Allowing creativity and free play for QB self discovery -Inadvertently coaching creativity out if the QB -Patrick Mahomes comes along and things change -What if we encourage creativity? -Free play approach in training -Learning from movement specialists - Shawn Myszka -What happens when the line on the diagram ends? -Evolution in involving movement coaches - Kurt Hester -Recommendations for drilling and practice programming -Football is not an individual sport, timing is developed together -Teaching the QB to perform in chaos -Utilizing technology to train -QB coach as the artist -Aaron Rodgers foot pop -Learning through social media -The QB Collective

Saving Lives: Critical Care w/eddyjoemd
Changing ECMO Criteria: Do Days on IMV Prior to Cannulation Really Matter?

Saving Lives: Critical Care w/eddyjoemd

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 7:44


Traditionally, we do not cannulate patients for VV-ECMO if they've been on invasive mechanical ventilation for more than 7 days. These new data say we should allow for a bit more grace. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/ecmo/ Although great care has been taken to ensure that the information in this podcast are accurate, eddyjoe, LLC shall not be held responsible or in any way liable for the continued accuracy of the information, or for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies, or for any consequences arising therefrom. Website: www.eddyjoemd.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/eddyjoemd Twitter: www.twitter.com/eddyjoemd Facebook: www.facebook.com/eddyjoemd Podcast: https://anchor.fm/eddyjoemd My Amazon store for resources you may find helpful: www.amazon.com/shop/eddyjoemd Citation: Hermann M, Laxar D, Krall C, Hafner C, Herzog O, Kimberger O, Koenig S, Kraft F, Maleczek M, Markstaller K, Robak O, Rössler B, Schaden E, Schellongowski P, Schneeweiss-Gleixner M, Staudinger T, Ullrich R, Wiegele M, Willschke H, Zauner C, Hermann A. Duration of invasive mechanical ventilation prior to extracorporeal membrane oxygenation is not associated with survival in acute respiratory distress syndrome caused by coronavirus disease 2019. Ann Intensive Care. 2022 Jan 13;12(1):6. doi: 10.1186/s13613-022-00980-3. PMID: 35024972; PMCID: PMC8755897. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eddyjoemd/support

Crashes And Taxes Podcast
Is the Stock Market All Smoke & Mirrors: Here's How to See Through Media Manipulation, Peel Back the Curtain & Get the Truth

Crashes And Taxes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 23:58


Traditionally and historically, the stock market has always been a good barometer for the economy, but that hasn't been the reality in the modern era.    Even today, the stock market is on a steady incline, and in great shape - seemingly nothing to see here, right? Unfortunately, no. In reality, the economic fundamentals do not match this optimistic trajectory.    Even though the irrationality of the market going up continues to rule the day, we have to be aware that we're truly in for a reckoning this year.    What are the glaring signs that there's a lot more to the economy than what is being reported? What should we actually be looking for in order to avoid getting caught up in the financial hype machine?    In today's episode, our producer Matt Johnson returns, as we discuss the truth about the market and what you won't hear in the media..

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Friday, January 14th 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 19:37


Play during opening: 0:00-0:10 …and more on today's CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. This is Toby Sumpter. Today is Friday, January 14, 2022. SCOTUS Blocks Biden VAX Mandate & Upholds Healthcare Worker Mandate https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/13/supreme-court-ruling-biden-covid-vaccine-mandates.html The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration from enforcing its sweeping vaccine-or-test requirements for large private companies, but allowed a vaccine mandate to stand for medical facilities that take Medicare or Medicaid payments. The rulings came three days after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's emergency measure for businesses started to take effect. The mandate required that workers at businesses with 100 or more employees get vaccinated or submit a negative Covid test weekly to enter the workplace. It also required unvaccinated workers to wear masks indoors at work. “Although Congress has indisputably given OSHA the power to regulate occupational dangers, it has not given that agency the power to regulate public health more broadly,” the court wrote in an unsigned opinion. “Requiring the vaccination of 84 million Americans, selected simply because they work for employers with more than 100 employees, certainly falls in the latter category,” the court wrote. President Joe Biden, in a statement, said the Supreme Court chose to block requirements that are life-saving for workers. Biden called on states and businesses to step up and voluntarily institute vaccination requirements to protect workers, customers and the broader community. “The Court has ruled that my administration cannot use the authority granted to it by Congress to require this measure, but that does not stop me from using my voice as President to advocate for employers to do the right thing to protect Americans' health and economy,” Biden said. In a separate, simultaneously released ruling on the administration's vaccination rules for health-care workers, a 5-4 majority sided with the Biden administration. “We agree with the Government that the [Health and Human Services] Secretary's rule falls within the authorities that Congress has conferred upon him,” said the majority, writing that the rule “fits neatly within the language of the statute.” “After all, ensuring that providers take steps to avoid transmitting a dangerous virus to their patients is consistent with the fundamental principle of the medical profession: first, do no harm,” the majority opinion read. Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett, four of the six conservatives on the nine-seat bench, dissented. Kavanaugh and Roberts joined the three liberals to enforce this ruling. “I do not think that the Federal Government is likely to be able to show that Congress has authorized the unprecedented step of compelling over 10,000,000 healthcare workers to be vaccinated on pain of being fired,” Alito wrote in his dissent. FDA Issues Racist Triage Rationing for COVID Treatments https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/food-and-drug-administration-drives-racial-rationing-of-covid-drugs/ Fron the Washington Free Beacon: In New York, racial minorities are automatically eligible for scarce COVID-19 therapeutics, regardless of age or underlying conditions. In Utah, "Latinx ethnicity" counts for more points than "congestive heart failure" in a patient's "COVID-19 risk score"—the state's framework for allocating monoclonal antibodies. And in Minnesota, health officials have devised their own "ethical framework" that prioritizes black 18-year-olds over white 64-year-olds—even though the latter are at much higher risk of severe disease. These schemes have sparked widespread condemnation of the state governments implementing them. But the idea to use race to determine drug eligibility wasn't hatched in local health departments; it came directly from the federal Food and Drug Administration. When the FDA issued its emergency use authorizations for monoclonal antibodies and oral antivirals, it authorized them only for "high risk" patients—and issued guidance on what factors put patients at risk. One of those factors was race. The FDA "fact sheet" for Sotrovimab, the only monoclonal antibody effective against the Omicron variant, states that "race or ethnicity" can "place individual patients at high risk for progression to severe COVID-19." The fact sheet for Paxlovid, Pfizer's new antiviral pill, uses the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's definition of "high risk," which states that "systemic health and social inequities" have put minorities "at increased risk of getting sick and dying from COVID-19." The guidance sheets are nonbinding and do not require clinicians to racially allocate the drugs. But states have nonetheless relied on them to justify race-based triage. "The FDA has acknowledged that in addition to certain underlying health conditions, race and ethnicity ‘may also place individual patients at high risk for progression to severe COVID-19,'" Minnesota's plan reads. "FDA's acknowledgment means that race and ethnicity alone, apart from other underlying health conditions, may be considered in determining eligibility for [monoclonal antibodies]." Utah's plan contains similar language. In a section on the "Ethical Justification for Using Race/Ethnicity in Patient Selection," it notes that the FDA "specifically states that race and ethnicity may be considered when identifying patients most likely to benefit from this lifesaving treatment." The FDA declined to comment on either state's plan, saying only that "there are no limitations on the authorizations that would restrict their use in individuals based on race." The triage plans are part of a broader push to rectify racial health disparities through race-conscious means. In March of last year, for example, two doctors at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston outlined an "antiracist agenda for medicine" that involved "offering preferential care based on race." And last year, Vermont and New Hampshire both gave racial minorities priority access to the COVID-19 vaccine, resulting in at least one formal civil rights complaint against New Hampshire. The trend has alarmed Roger Severino, the former civil rights director at the Department of Health and Human Services, who called racial preferences in medicine a "corrosive and grossly unfair" practice. "Our civil rights laws are not suspended during a public health emergency," Severino said. "We should never deny someone life-saving health care because of the color of their skin." The triage plans show how federal guidelines can encourage this sort of race discrimination. They also suggest that the FDA is making political judgments, not just scientific ones. "They're injecting politics into science," said a former senior HHS official. "That's something the Trump administration was pilloried for allegedly doing." One clear sign of that politicization, several legal and medical experts said, is the guidance's double standard between race and sex. Men in the United States have proven to be about 60 percent more likely than women to die of the disease, according to research from the Brookings Institution, and within some age brackets the mortality gap is even larger. But the FDA doesn't list sex as a risk factor anywhere in its guidance. And while the Utah scheme does take it into account, the New York and Minnesota schemes do not. Nor do they or the FDA give any weight to geography and socioeconomic status, both of which are associated with COVID-19 mortality. Instead, the triage plans give more weight to race than to many comorbidities. In Minnesota's scoring system, "BIPOC status" is worth two points, the same as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, whereas "hypertension in a patient 55 years and older" is worth just one. In Utah's scoring system, "Non-white race or Hispanic/Latinx ethnicity" is worth two points—the same amount as diabetes, obesity, and "severely immunocompromised"—while hypertension, congestive heart failure, chronic pulmonary disease, and "shortness of breath" count for one each. Men do receive one extra point under the Utah scheme, on the grounds that "male gender is associated with increased risk of severe COVID-19." Nonbinary patients, the document says, "may choose to answer" questions about their gender identity "with that background information." Speaking of Woke medicine… Microsoft WORD Will Now Offer Woke Corrections https://notthebee.com/article/microsoft-word-introduces-new-woke-feature-to-monitor-your-language?fbclid=IwAR0sxOqYrccyxxhgAfuKMSuVVCtBFRRQaHfC8qs1PZ3HmOtL4S6PU6Z8DAE From Not the Bee: Microsoft has just introduced a woke, politically correct feature that I don't think anyone ever asked for… Traditionally, Microsoft Word has been used by its 250 million users for things such as spelling, punctuation, and grammar checks. But that wasn't enough for the tech giant. They (probably) thought, "spelling and grammar checks are great and all but what we really want to do is influence and control the masses." Control is the biggest rave these days. Word will now highlight no-no words with a purple line beneath any problematic words or phrases that focus on gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity or even "socioeconomic status." Red lines are for spelling errors. Green lines for grammar mistakes. And now, purple lines are politically correct language police alerts. If you type a bigoted word like, let's say... "postman," Word will offer less offensive, gender-neutral alternatives like "mail carrier" or "postal worker." The software also suggests altering astronaut Neil Armstrong's famous quote from "one giant leap for mankind," to "humankind" or "humanity" instead. Who knew Neil Armstrong was such a sexist bigot... Microsoft Word knew. In the lyrics to Barry Manilow's party favourite Copacabana, Microsoft suggests Lola be referred to as a "dancer," "performer" or "performing artist" rather than a "showgirl." Word is not just policing your language (and by default, your thoughts) but it seems as though Microsoft wants us to re-write and re-imagine history by suggesting we change famous quotes. It also proposes changing "maid" to "house cleaner." Other changes include "headmaster" (Word suggests "principal"), "mistress" ("lover"), "master" ("expert"), "manpower" ("workforce") and "heroine" ("hero"). This isn't the first time Microsoft is cracking down on language, and it probably won't be the last! Just last year, Microsoft 365 tried to filter swearing and "bad behavior." Microsoft was also ridiculed in November over a video presentation showing senior execs introducing themselves by citing their race and gender pronouns. Marketing manager Nic Fillingham was filmed saying: "I'm a Caucasian man with glasses and a beard. I go by he/him." The Reformed Sage DNB: Founded in 2018, The Reformed Sage exists to edify Christians with products and services that build the kingdom of God and proclaim the gospel to all. We have created products that are unique, useful, beautiful, and humorous. We have wood art, engraved wall art, apparel, drinkware, decals, stamps, and much more. We also regularly make custom merchandise at wholesale prices for churches, ministries and businesses that want to add or expand their product offerings in turn increasing revenue. Please use promo code FLF22 for 10% off your first order. AND HAPPENING NOW: All apparel is marked down until Super Bowl Sunday! (No promo code necessary) Shirts: $20 Hoodies: $30 and more! They are changing apparel vendors and removing some designs. We do not know at this time what color/sizing options we will have available come March 1. So, if there is an apparel combo you want (design/size/color) better grab it before it is gone for good! This sale ends on February 6th. Next up from a listener – and remember you can send stories that you think we should cover on these Daily News Briefs to news@crosspolitic dot com. A Federal Agency Has Begun Collecting Names & Religious Exemption Records https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/jan/11/biden-administration-planning-lists-employees-seek/ The Washington Times reports: An obscure federal agency has proposed creating a database capturing the names and “personal religious information” of government employees who submit “religious accommodation requests” to be exempted from the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. At least seven other federal agencies, including five Cabinet departments, are apparently setting up similar “personal religious information” databases, according to an analyst at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank in the District. The federal Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia, or CSOSA, published a “notice of a new system of records” in the Federal Register on Tuesday. The agency, which supervises defendants awaiting trial as well as parolees, aims to “reduce recidivism” and “integrate offenders into the community by connecting them with resources and interventions.” The federal departments of Treasury, the Interior, Housing and Urban Development, Health and Human Services, and Transportation, as well as the General Services Administration and the Securities and Exchange Commission, have each published proposed rule-makings to implement “systems of records” tracking their workers' religious accommodation requests. While there is “some data collection that is likely and legally permissible under Title VII, when an individual at a covered agency requests a religious accommodation,” Sarah Parshall Perry, a legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Institute for Constitutional Government, said, “we have not seen it on a broad scale like this ever.” President Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal workers took effect Nov. 22 under an executive order he issued Sept. 9. The executive order said its terms were “subject to such exceptions as required by law.” “We're not clear on what personal religious information is going to be gathered” under the CSOSA proposal, Ms. Perry said, adding that numerous sticky questions will come up. “How does one as a federal agency determine the sincerity or lack thereof of an individual's religious beliefs?” she asked rhetorically. “Normally, information like that goes directly to the [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] and is maintained for internal purposes, just in the case that there is a future dispute about whether or not religious discrimination exists. However, we're not told why or how this information is being used. And that smacks of religious discrimination on a grand scale.” Psalm of the Day: 23 0:20-0:54, 3:33-4:11 The King of Love my shepherd is… Good Shepherd, may I sing thy praise, within thy house forever. Amen. Remember you can always find the links to our news stories and these psalms at crosspolitic dot com – just click on the daily news brief and follow the links. Or find them on our App: just search “Fight Laugh Feast” in your favorite app store and never miss a show. This is Toby Sumpter with Crosspolitic News. A reminder: Support Rowdy Christian media, and share this show or become a Fight Laugh Feast Club Member. What allows us to continuing growing to take on the Big Media Lie Fest is your monthly membership support. If you've already joined, a huge thanks to you, and if you haven't, please consider joining today and have a great weekend.

The Emerald
Snail Juice & Bear Fat & Werewolf Moons (w/ Leah Song of Rising Appalachia)

The Emerald

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 95:28


Modern culture increasingly encroaches on unknown, uncharted space, both geographical and mental. This primordial space is accessed during times when we unplug, slow down, and allow ourselves to incubate and connect to a deeper rhythm. Traditionally, this space was accessed in trance rituals, in journeys to underworlds and otherworlds and in festivals which exist outside of mundane time. Access to this space is the true intention of the holidays — the holy days — that are meant to be time outside of time and so serve as portals to the eternal, to true unknown wild. Yet in the modern vision, this unknown space must be quantified, categorized, mapped, and regurgitated into a commodity at all costs. Why? Beyond the obvious monetary implications, the want to colonize these imaginal slow spaces stems from a deep-seated fear — the fear of nature, of an order that exists beyond our control... and the fear that if we succumb to this larger order we may experience the annihilation of our mundane concerns and encounter instead a world that operates in slow, spiraling, billion-year cycles that have very little to do with us. Yet we vitally need these unknown spaces. Defined, articulated access to unknown space is essential to maintaining our alignment to the greater rhythms of the world around us and is therefore vital to the process of planning for and creating lasting change. In a world that is facing the consequences of its own addiction to urgency and anxiousness, access to such spaces remains essential, even in the midst of all that needs to be addressed right now. Special guest Leah Song from Rising Appalachia chimes in for this episode on the ongoing necessity of access to the deep, slow, primordial and wild.Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/theemeraldpodcast)

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Training Skill - Will Hewlett, QB Technician

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 32:53


Having trained more than 60 Division 1 quarterbacks in the past several years, quarterback coach Will Hewlett has quickly become one of the country's most sought after experts on the position. Hewlett is known for his focus on elite-level passing mechanics, helping quarterbacks improve speed of release, accuracy, and performance under pressure. “Traditionally, the quarterback has been one of the most under- coached positions on the team,” says Hewlett. “Playing QB can be both frustrating and rewarding. I love seeing the progression from a youth camper into an elite position player – physically and mentally.” Parents and coaches alike have seen the progress Coach Hewlett can bring about in a young QB – often referred to as the “difference maker”. Hewlett is constantly traveling throughout the country working with quarterback prospects from coast to coast. Hewlett says, “I love working with developing talents all over the country. To meet with a young player's coaches, see the programs and even watch the progress unfold on Friday nights is as fulfilling to me as anything in my career.” Hewlett has consulted with NFL, UFL, and NCAA coaches and continues to work with quarterbacks in the SEC, ACC, Big 10 and other conferences. In addition, Coach Hewlett is a top-ranked speaker at the Glazier Clinics tour, the largest football coaching clinics with over 26,000 active members and has co-authored a top selling book on passing mechanics. Hewlett is the first Australian-born quarterback to play NCAA football. His playing career extended to the pro-ranks, with a stint in the Arena League. His college experience included the University of Nevada and the University of Dubuque.

Stay Grounded with Raj Jana
213. Makhosi Hefisah Nejeser: Focus On Who You Have To BE - Not What You Have To DO

Stay Grounded with Raj Jana

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 56:32


“I actually don't want to try to be divine. I want to try to be as human as possible.” Welcome to the first interview of 2022! Traditionally, this time of year is potent for goal setting because January represents a fresh start. In the past, I've been used to setting clearly defined goals and I've had a lot of success with the process. However, as I feel more deeply into a more holistic way of creation, I'm discovering new ways to spark growth and evolution. In this episode, my good friend Makhosi and I explore why the most rich and fulfilling life starts with YOU. We discuss the different energetics that you can weave into the way you create your life - opening a gateway for Euphoric Evolution. This episode is a doozy and I'm so excited for you to dive in and kick-start your 2022 with the ideas and concepts we present. “Who you are is most evident when there aren't people around.” Makhosi is a powerhouse with one of the strongest energetic presences I've ever experienced. Better known as The Royal Shaman, Makhosi is a divine oracle for Elite Empire Builders, an illustrious priestess of epic abundance, advisor to new kings and queens, breaker of paradigms, and a mystic of life beyond accomplishment. In this episode, Makhosi and I explore: Why your beingness can help you achieve bigger goals. What happens when you take the timeline away from goal setting. Creating goals from a place of how you want to FEEL. The power of calibrating to an aspirational version of you. Using senses intentionally to shift your mood. Why who you are is most evident when people aren't around you. Secrets of branding yourself. The key to the creative process. Strategies for bringing more depth to your human experience. And more…If you're curious to start the new year in an elevated, evolved way then this episode is for you. Tap into Makhosi's energetic presence and allow yourself to be inspired by a life beyond expectation, settling, and societal definitions of success. “We can play and create different emotions and different states of being from scent.” Contact Info:Website - https://www.theroyalshaman.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/theroyalshaman/Summary/ Call to Action: We thrive on your feedback, so if you've enjoyed this show, please rate us and leave us a review. And don't forget to subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode again. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Disgorgeous
Episode 189: Savoie Faire Part 5: Isere Anybody Out There?

Disgorgeous

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 70:58


Each hermit, a monk who is or who will be a priest, has his own living space, called a cell, usually consisting of a small dwelling. Traditionally there is a one-room lower floor for the storage of wood for a stove and a workshop as all monks engage in some manual labour. A second floor consists of a small entryway with an image of the Virgin Mary as a place of prayer and a larger room containing a bed, a table for eating meals, a desk for study, a choir stall, and a kneeler for prayer. Each cell has a high walled garden wherein the monk may meditate as well as grow flowers for himself and/or vegetables for the common good of the community, as a form of physical exercise.[12]Next to the door is a small revolving compartment, called a "turn", so that meals and other items may be passed in and out of the cell without the hermit having to meet the bearer. Most meals are provided in this manner, which the hermit then eats in the solitude of his cell. There are two meals provided for much of the year: lunch and supper. During seasons or days of fasting, just one meal is provided. The hermit makes his needs known to the lay brother by means of a note, requesting items such as a fresh loaf of bread, which will be kept in the cell for eating with several meals. Carthusians observe a perpetual abstinence from meat.[10]The hermit spends most of his day in the cell: he meditates, prays the minor hours of the Liturgy of the Hours on his own, eats, studies and writes, and works in his garden or at some manual trade. Unless required by other duties, the Carthusian hermit leaves his cell daily only for three prayer services in the monastery chapel, including the community Mass, and occasionally for conferences with his superior. Additionally, once a week, the community members take a long walk in the countryside during which they may speak. On Sundays and solemn feast days a community meal is taken in silence.[6] Twice a year there is a day-long community recreation, and the monk may receive an annual visit from immediate family members ////LIST////Domaine des Rutissons, IGP Isere, 'Verdesse,' 2020  //Domaine Finot, Coteaux Gresivaudan Persan, 2018 ////Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Disgorgeous)

Outside the Walls
Ephiphany -The Ways God Chooses to Reveal Himself

Outside the Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 56:00


Traditionally at Ephiphany, we celebrate 3 mysteries through which Christ was revealed in Sacred Scripture - The Adoration of the Magi, the Baptism of the Lord, and the Wedding at Cana. We look at these three mysteries and contemplate the circumstances surrounding those mysteries to get a clearer idea of how Christ chooses to reveal himself today.

I Hate Green Beans with Lincee Ray
IHGB #249 -- Bachelor Clayton Episode 1: Finding His Person

I Hate Green Beans with Lincee Ray

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 53:58


Hello everyone, Sadly, I missed last week's introduction into Clay-en's season due to a little virus known as COVID wrecking havoc on my immune system. I've been writing about this silly show for nearly twenty years, and the idea of missing an inaugural post of a brand new season just wouldn't do. Insisting I quarantine from my roommate Lara, I watched the glory of Clayton's season unfold on an iPad in my germ-infested room upstairs. I knew absolutely nothing leading up to that moment. Traditionally, Some Guy in Austin and I record a podcast detailing our top-tier picks of the season. Unfortunately, the aches in my bones and my eyelids' insistence on remaining droopy eighty percent of the day hindered me from adequately preparing for the great event. Instead of spending the week learning names and stalking Instagram accounts, I developed genuine feelings for my trusty bottle of NyQuil and a love/hate relationship with the act of swallowing. In other words, I went into this episode blind. And it was glorious. Some Guy in Austin and I discuss all the important things you need to know, like: Which icebreaker got the job done?Will Salley return in a future episode (yes)Was Claire bored? Drunk? Or both?Who are the frontrunners vying for Clay-en's heart?And should I continue to watch the show each week hopped up on NyQuil? I'm kidding. Or am I? EPISODE NOTES: Here's the recap for episode 1. And here's the link to our official Bachelorette Bracket we are playing with my favorite sports podcast, Last Night's Game. I can't wait!!! Click HERE to be sucked in by the stats on Bachelor Data! SHOW NOTES: Subscribe to Podcast: iTunes or Android Follow Me: Facebook and Instagram, and Twitter

Mother Miriam Live
Epiphany traditionally didn't mean the end of the Christmas season

Mother Miriam Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 56:59


In today's episode, Mother Miriam shares a recent OnePeterFive article on the forgotten customs of Epiphanytide, including the chalking of doors and the blessing of homes. Mother also laments the loss of these and other traditions since the 1950s and 60s.To help keep this and other programs on the air, please donate: https://give.lifesitenews.com/sustainlife?utm_source=mml_010522You can tune in daily at 10 am EST/7 am PST on our Facebook Page: http://FB.com/mothermiriamliveSubscribe to Mother Miriam Live at: http://bit.ly/submml See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Modern Persian Food
Persian Food with Stand Up Dan

Modern Persian Food

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 25:14


The Beats have so much fun geeking out about Persian food with Dan Ahdoot, a comic actor/writer, and most recently, very first Persian with his own show on Primetime TV!  Dan will be the host of a new show that follows “Chopped” on the Food Network (first show airing on Dec. 28th) called “Raid the Fridge”.  Help us support Dan in what is sure to be a hit show - with Dan's wit and energy, this is going to be a cooking show like no other.   What Dan, doesn't like to eat in terms of Persian food: Quince!  He doesn't like the way it sounds in Farsi, “beh”... and he is not a fan of too much sweet mixed into his savory meals, specifically as in Khoresh eh Beh, Persian stew made with quince fruit “Garagharoot”!  The most sour lavashak you can get, made from cooked down kashk.  In Dan's terms, it's sour in a weird, bovine way, resembling bile (!)   Side note:  Dan is a huge fan of most Persian foods - an under-represented food cuisine with delicious flavors and a rich history, coming not from poverty but from royalty.   What Dan, does like, and in fact, loves eating in terms of Persian food: Essentially anything that consists of mashed up beans and meat (Dan has a type!), what he refers to as Persian truck driver food.  Dan loves the expression “meechaspeh” which is used to describe rib sticking comfort foods and literally is translated from Farsi as meaning “sticking”. Dizi/ Deezi - Ab Ghousht Loves the paste made when the beans and meat are mashed together along with some sangak bread into a type of delicious, comforting paste Kaleh Paacheh - organ soup A super viscous soup made from cooked down head and hooves - in Iran most often prepared with lamb.  In the U.S., often made using beef.  Cooked with standard Persian base of friend onions and turmeric.  Traditionally also has Seville oranges (sour oranges).   Dan prefers it cooked fresh by his mom vs from a restaurant Aasheh Sholeh Ghalamkhar…to Dan, the most comforting of all Persian soups The ‘ugly step-sister' of the more popular, iconic Persian soup or aash, Aash Reshteh Made with meat, beans, and herbs   Tie in to Dan's new show on Food Networks, Raid the Fridge (first show Dec. 28th) What is the show - Four chefs and four mystery refrigerators.  Chefs will choose a fridge and create a meal, for example an omelet, using only the ingredients that are in their chosen fridge.  The winner is awarded $10k bucks! Use the ingredients you have to create Persian flavors and dishes Normalize Persian ingredients by incorporating them into other dishes - example, Dan loves to sprinkle ground limoo amani (Persian dried limes) on just about everything, especially on his ramen noodles!   References: Joon Rice Truck - mini tahchin in Queens Night Market Tahdig Tacos Vartamelon Reference to Chef Beeta Mohajari of Orange County Beetz Eats   Find more about Dan at https://www.standupdan.com and Dan Ahdoot (@standupdan)   All Modern Persian Food episodes can be found at: Episodes Co-host Beata Nazem Kelley blog: BeatsEats – Persian Girl Desperately Addicted to Food! Co-host Bita Arabian blog: Oven Hug - Healthy Persian Recipes | Modern Persian Recipes Podcast production by Alvarez Audio

Decades From Home
Ep 55: Nicht mehr rutschen

Decades From Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 55:33


On the show this week:With festivities coming to an end, we talk about leisure drinking during Christmas, New Year's cocktails and accidental impoliteness. Simon discusses the importance of winning video games against relatives and Nic reflects on his cheese and stollen fuelled nightmares.We chat about plans for New Year's Eve and why fireworks bans have some major upsides in Germany. Traditionally it's the time of year for resolutions, but Nic would prefer not to make so many big life changes and instead wonders if there is a place for mediocre New Year's Resolutions.Finally, we finish the first pod of 2022 with a previously unheard conversation taken from our chat with Dr. Sandra Jansen, way back in episode 44. Is the Geordie dialect dying out and what can Bavaria teach us about saving it?

SportsTech Allstars: Startups & Key Initiatives
APEX Capital - Investor Network Connecting Professional Athletes with Exclusive Opportunities

SportsTech Allstars: Startups & Key Initiatives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 33:57


Interviewing Luis Vicente, Chairman, and Antonio Cacorino, Co-Founder & CEO at APEX Capital, — a SportsTech Investment Network allowing athletes to invest in what they understand and can eventually engage with. Counting two current Formula E drivers as Founding Partners - Antonio Felix Da Costa and Mitch Evans, APEX Capital is focused primarily on Seed, Late Seed and Series A Companies. Traditionally speaking, there is a big gap between high performance athletes and the private investment world. APEX aims at reducing the distance between the two, acting as an extension of both the athletes and the businesses. Over the episode we learn more about APEX Capital from Luis and Antonio, their investments and most importantly, plans for 2022. Check them out at www.apex-cp.com. Hosted by Rohn Malhotra from SportsTechX - Data & Insights about SportsTech startups and the surrounding ecosystem. #SportsTech #Sports #Tech #Investors #Startups #SportsBiz

The Action Network Sports Betting Podcast
NFL Week 17 Betting Preview

The Action Network Sports Betting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 69:43


Traditionally, the end of the regular season means big profits for sharp bettors, and this week's slate is loaded with opportunities to seize some soft numbers. Two of the Action Network's finest, Chris Raybon and Stuckey, dive deep into every game as they build their Sunday Six Pack of spread bets, along with their favorite totals, teasers, moneyline underdogs and more. We hear about a Joe Burrow Special at home against the Chiefs, the potential for massive Dolphins regressions against the Titans, and a few surprising favorites at huge numbers. And if you're feeling nostalgic, why not sit down with your friends and family, share your warmest John Madden memories, and bet the Dallas Cowboys? PICK 1 - 4 MIN PICK 2 - 10 MIN PICK 3 - 17 MIN PICK 4 - 24 MIN PICK 5 - 26 MIN PICK 6 - 31 MIN TOTAL - 38 MIN TEASER - 47 MIN MONEYLINE DOG - 52 MIN SURVIVOR - 68 MIN And to take advantage of our partner BetMGM's great sign-up offer of a risk-free $1000 first bet, just follow the link below: https://mediaserver.partners.roardigital.com/renderBanner.do?zoneId=1611872&tdpeh=action-pod And we'll see you tomorrow for Strong Side Fridays!

WealthAbility™ for CPAs
The Power of Conversation

WealthAbility™ for CPAs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 33:29


Traditionally, CPAs excel with numbers, not words. In today's polarized society conversations can quickly become challenging and impede productivity. In this episode, Jackie Stavros & Cheri Torres join Tom to help us discover how to create productive conversations with our clients and employees. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How to PhD Podcast
Fearless female interview to discuss how women can be successful in STEM

How to PhD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 55:47


Women have everything it takes to be very successful, that is, more than average-level successful in STEM. We discuss: STEM opportunities that women might feel are not for them like roles in defense, physics, engineering, etc. pay extremely well so even though women would be fewer in numbers in these types of roles, they would be paid well, become independent professionals, and thrive in spite of existing challenges (more on that below). Making good money is the first step to having independence and doing well in your life regardless of personal challenges. I have lots of content on how to negotiate salary, job search, etc. Govt. salaries are public and modern policies make it so that it is considerably harder (officially) to discriminate against women, so if discrimination or harassment happens, women can address these issues now instead of living with them. This does not mean that things are perfect, the point is that policy and rules are supposed to help women get paid with equality and to address issues, so know your rights. Microaggressions against women and boys' clubs in the workplace still exist and can make it a hostile/unwelcoming environment for women. If this happens, and in spite of this, women can still thrive (not just survive) by typically being more focused than the boys-club-men, and by having a small network of high-achieving women to help them keep on track and help to pursue opportunities. It is extremely important to discuss day-to-day problems and pursue opportunities with the help of other women in your network, for example, a successful woman in your network knows about an opportunity that would be great for you, and then recommends you. This is how you can grow quickly rather than stay stuck where you are and also where you have problems (where you will go, you will have problems too, but at least, you would have progressed your career). Prioritize self-care and hire help. Traditionally, men have been able to be super successful with the help of their wives who took care of their lives, family obligations, etc. If you are to be successful, you need to realize that you can't do everything and it is highly encouraged to hire help like a housekeeper, nanny, lawncare - whatever you can afford. In high-paying jobs, chances are you can afford these and it is on you to pay for this help and help yourself get the rest you need and to practice self-care like taking a bath, getting a massage, eating, and sleeping well. If you don't do these, you will burn out and be less good at your job anyway, so these are not an option, these are essential. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oindreebee/support

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.
Not All LARCS Are Equal!

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 16:58


Traditionally, physicians have informed patients that long acting reversible contraceptives are “just as effective“ as female sterilization. While as a Class that statement is correct, not all individual LARCS have the same efficacy; one in particular beats all other birth control methods, hands-down. Do you know which one? In this session we will review key facts regarding female sterilization and review the individual efficacies of long acting reversible contraceptives. We will also review the historic “math model” for female sterilization.

Selling With Social Sales Podcast
Modern Selling Tips for 2022 with Dan Tyre, #195

Selling With Social Sales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 43:19


The global pandemic that has stretched into its third year has seen not just a boom in digital sales but has ushered with it a change in how modern sellers can attract and engage with modern buyers. Traditional “spray and pray” methods that once worked, no longer have the same success rate, which has forced sales leaders to employ a new set of selling techniques. What exactly will work in 2022 for prospecting and building sales pipeline is the main topic of discussion I had with sales genius, Dan Tyre, in this episode of the Modern Selling Podcast. Dan Tyre, Director at HubSpot is one of the leading inbound marketing and sales experts on the planet. As a member of the original team in May of 2007, Dan has led the recruiting, training, and growth of HubSpot's sales team with vigor. Before HubSpot, Dan worked at four other startups of note: Businessland, as Area Director; ALI Technologies, as Founder & CEO; CelebraTech, as Co-Founder and VP of Sales; and Groove Networks, as Regional Manager. At HubSpot, Dan has pioneered the concept of alignment between sales and marketing known as "Smarketing," a core tenet of inbound marketing now followed by thousands of companies around the world. He's been instrumental in the creation and growth of several sales teams that are now thriving hives of activity at HubSpot. Dan continues to inspire and teach HubSpotters as a sales trainer, as a creator of the HubSpot Leadership program, as a blogger on the HubSpot blog. Dan's infectious high energy, especially when he talks about ‘marketing' is why I am so excited to welcome him as a guest on the Modern Selling Podcast. Download the full episode and get a taste of Dan's genius as he discusses the top sales strategies to use in 2022 to crush prospecting and better convert leads into loyal customers. How has Sales changed since 2020? I've seen a rapid evolution, here at Vengreso, with more and more companies seeking out our digital sales training courses such as Modern Sales Mastery for Teams. However, I wanted to hear Dan's insights and better understand the shifts he's seen happening and what he anticipates to come next in the world of sales. Dan shares, “I've read that over 1M sales jobs will disappear in the next 18 months. With the Great Resignation, the way that companies do business will have to change. Sales are no exception to this either. So, it's a must now than ever before to know how to be a better salesperson in 2022.” With my own sales teams, I've placed a heavy emphasis on making our sales calls, even if they are through Zoom, as interactive and engaging as possible. Modern buyers are much more sophisticated and skeptical than before, so finding ways to connect digitally with leads is critical to the success of the modern seller. Dan agrees, “Today we have to contend with the empowered buyer. This is someone who has done their research before they ever talk to a salesperson. They're going to know more about the basics of what they're looking to buy than they've ever had before and salespeople have to be ready to field in-depth questions.” Listen in to the conversation to hear what free sales resources Dan suggests that sales leaders have their teams complete to be successful in 2022. How to Win with Inbound Sales When it comes to finding data-driven ways to improve the sales process, Dan is the leading expert on what works and what will work well into the future. So, I asked him to share his expertise and insights on how sales teams can master the inbound sales process. Dan's unique six characteristics of a winning sales process is something we all should study and look to implement as soon as possible: Treat people like human beings. According to Dan, the emphasis has to be on connecting with your prospect, instead of looking to pitch them to buy. Build rapport, to establish trust first and foremost. Look to help, not sell. As I always say, selling is the art of helping – and Dan agrees. As sales professionals, we have to look to provide a solution as opposed to selling a product or service. Focus beats bandwidth. Traditionally, sales teams would take a ‘spray and pray' approach – going after volume in leads, instead of the quality of leads. Dan suggests honing in on one particular buyer persona and mastering selling to them first. Solve a problem. As with #2, when sales teams can offer solutions to their customers' problems, then they'll get much farther in their sales outreach attempts. Customer experience is the only sustainable advantage. Dan explains that the average company has 47 competitors in the marketplace. So chances are very good that someone offers the exact same service or product that you do. The difference for leads often comes down to the customer experience.  Manage sales data. This is where the role of Revenue Operations is so important. To learn more about this and AI-driven sales enablement, check out my podcast with Howard Brown. Dan provides a host of other tips and strategies you won't want to miss. Tune into the full episode to hear his sales advice and what you should be doing now to stand out in your sales conversations. Strategies for Prospecting in 2022 While we were on the discussion of what's likely to work in the future, I wanted Dan to share his perspective on prospecting. I know at Vengreso, over the past four years when we surveyed sales professionals, prospecting has continually been ranked as the hardest part of the sales cycle. In fact, out of 1,295 sales reps polled in November 2021, 69% of them said that prospecting was the most time-consuming step. So, I was curious to hear Dan's advice based on his 40+ years of sales experience. The guidance he shared is very similar to what I teach our new sales reps in their onboarding training. Dan suggests that when prospecting, especially during cold calling to: Always stand up and smile – this helps you bring high energy and engagement to the call. Thank the prospect for answering the phone – how often are we thanked for picking up the phone? Dan says that this alone is a game-changer for sales reps. Introduce yourself and pause to hear their response – prospecting is your first chance to have a conversation with the hopes of building a relationship with your lead. There's no better way to do this than to give your prospect plenty of opportunities to speak (without you launching into a full-blown sales pitch). Be sure to download this episode of the Modern Selling Podcast to learn more about the Sales Flywheel and why it can be a key differentiator for your sales teams in 2022.

CLS's The Weighing Machine
The Power of Women in Economic Development with Brie Williams

CLS's The Weighing Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 51:05


In today's episode, Rusty and Robyn talk with Brie Williams, Vice President and Head of Practice Management at SPDR Exchange Traded Funds. Women make up half of the population, but they are vastly underrepresented in the investment industry.  Traditionally, they have been economically disadvantaged relative to their male counterparts.  In recent years, however, there has been a changing role for women as financial decision-makers. How can financial advisors help women break through the barrier of navigating into the investing world? Rusty and Robyn talk with Brie about the SHEconomy, the changing role of women as financial decision-makers, and how to encourage women to be part of the investment industry. Key Takeaways [3:16] - What attracted Brie to the marketing field. [5:59] - How advertising contributed to her early success. [7:35] - Her role at SPDR Exchange Traded Funds. [10:33] - What the statue of the fearless girl represents. [13:13] - The impact of the fearless girl after four years. [16:06] - How the dynamic is shifting to make women the new face of wealth. [19:12] - Why women's overall experience in the investment industry is less than positive. [25:24] - The unique challenges women investors face. [27:26] - How financial advisors recognize and overcome gender bias. [29:33] - The things advisors should take into account when working with women investors. [33:37] - How traditional male-female partnerships work to make important financial decisions. [36:18] - The impact of the pandemic on women's financial and investment goals. [41:17] -  Strategies to attract more women to careers in investment and financial advice. Quotes [18:34] - "When you have an affluent woman taking over financial decisions in her household, she typically is going to be seeking out a new wealth management relationship to better suit her needs. We currently have a gap in advice when it comes to how we connect with women and we need to close that gap." - Brie Williams [35:34] - "When you can talk about money productively as a couple and truly work together as a team, then you can have a better handle on owning your own worth, owning your family's worth, and are in a much better position to tackle the curveball when life throws it to you." - Brie Williams Links  Brie Williams on LinkedIn Lizzo The Beatles Girl on Fire Southern Methodist University Emerson College Frito-Lay McDonald's Corporation SPDR Exchange Traded Funds State Street Corporation Arnold Worldwide Putnam Investments Money Smart Resources Women's Worth: Finding  Your Financial Confidence Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties The Business of Family: How to Stay Rich for Generations Practice Made (More) Perfect Connect with our hosts Rusty Vanneman Robyn Murray Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts 3106-OPS-12/14/2021

The Dairy Edge
Matt Ryan Part 2: How dairy farmers have adapted in an effort to achieve technical excellence

The Dairy Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 22:19


In the second part of his interview, renowned agri-consultant Matt Ryan joins Emma-Louise Coffey on this week's Dairy Edge podcast to discuss practices that dairy farmers have adopted in an effort to achieve technical excellence. Traditionally, dairy farmers had extended housing periods where cows got out to grass in April or May and in 1993, Matt travelled to New Zealand which was an eye opening experience in terms of extended grazing through use of the spring rotation planner. Matt explains that the target at this time was to get out 1-2 weeks earlier and house 1-2 weeks later compared with previous years and in the early 90s, he estimates there was a £1 benefit per cow per day. When milk price moved to an A+B-C system, the focus turned to improving fat and protein constituents. Protein was particularly low owing to Shorthorn and British Friesian genetics and breeding focus for predicted fat and protein %, coupled with improved fertility and grassland management, means that the average Irish farmer has a current protein of 3.5%. For more episodes from the Dairy Edge podcast go to the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/dairy/the-dairy-edge-podcast/ The Dairy Edge is a co-production with LastCastMedia.com

The CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast | Build a Successful Physical Therapy Business Without Relying on Insurance

Being the end of the year, I want to look back and reflect on what worked and what didn't so 2022 can be even better! Here are my top six lessons! 1) The world is a different place. We are not going back to the way it was. It is the way is will be right now.  We are going on year three of dealing with COVID, regardless of how you feel about it. People's buying habits have changed and we have to adapt to that. Our businesses needs to shift and change and we need to offer something new. Is this one of your lessons? 2) Physical therapists are still afraid of talking about money.Money can do amazing things. You should not be afraid to talk about money. It's still circulating and it's you job to go out and find your money and do great things with it.  What could you do with your money if you had too much? Go find your money. Don't wait for it to find you. 3) Crypto is here to stay. And it is producing the next generation of generational wealth holders. Traditionally, generational wealth has been passed down between real estate and  land. There's always something new coming around the corner. The real way to learn it is to get into it. It's here. Don't ignore it. Understand it. 4) Business is a long game.Even in uncertain times, when you solve a BIG problem, put in the work and lay a foundation, your business will thrive. I'm looking for big plays, and I know they will take time. When you follow a roadmap, success will happen. Don't just create a job for yourself. Think about the next step. 5) Next year will be even better…...as long as you don't stop and never quit. Every year in my business has been better than the last. We have to focus on the quality of our business movement, not just quantity. You have to have a good team that believes in your mission. You have to have systems in place that allow you to take vacation, or open another location. If your trend is downwards, then what can we do to change it? 6) When you live by default you get what you got. When you live by design you get what you want.I belong to a mastermind and I have a coach. That may seem like a lot but its isn't for my pace. I not going to just wait around and take what's given to me. I am going to make my own fate. What are the things I need to keep doing and what are the things I can have other people do? And what do I need to start doing. Being a business owner isn't for everyone, and if it isn't for you, then it's okay to quit and do what is best for you. Figure out what you want and then go out and get it. I've heard way more excuses this past year than ever before. If someone is doing something, what's the difference between you and them? Be quick to ask for help because it's the fastest way to get what you want. TIME STAMPS: 00:00 Introduction of top lessons 02:15 Contest winner  04:06 The world is a different place 12:30 Being afraid to talk about money 20:08 Crypto 25:09 Business is a long game 33:54 Next year is going to be even better 36:33 Live by design    Connect with Aaron: https://www.facebook.com/AaronLeBauer (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/aaronlebauer/ (Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/groups/CashPTNation (CashPT Nation Facebook Group)

Channel History Hit
Christmas Carols: A Musical History

Channel History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 24:44


Traditionally sung at Christmas itself or during the surrounding Christmas holiday season, it is thought that carols existed to keep up people's spirits, along with dances, plays and feasts since before the fourteenth century. Whether religious or not, the singing of Christmas carols is a tradition enjoyed by many every year, but do we know why?Author of ‘Christmas Carols: From Village Green to Church Choir,' composer and choirmaster Andrew Gant joins Dan for this carol-filled episode of the podcast. Andrew and Dan discuss why we sing Christmas carols and how they came to hold the magic enjoyed by so many. Accompany Dan and Andrew in the festive spirit as delve into the history of one of our best-loved musical traditions and the surprising stories behind a handful of well-known seasonal songs.Audio courtesy of Signum RecordsPlease vote for us! Dan Snow's History Hit has been nominated for a Podbible award in the 'informative' category: https://bit.ly/3pykkdsIf you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dan Snow's History Hit
Christmas Carols: A Musical History

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 24:44


Traditionally sung at Christmas itself or during the surrounding Christmas holiday season, it is thought that carols existed to keep up people's spirits, along with dances, plays and feasts since before the fourteenth century. Whether religious or not, the singing of Christmas carols is a tradition enjoyed by many every year, but do we know why?Author of ‘Christmas Carols: From Village Green to Church Choir,' composer and choirmaster Andrew Gant joins Dan for this carol-filled episode of the podcast. Andrew and Dan discuss why we sing Christmas carols and how they came to hold the magic enjoyed by so many. Accompany Dan and Andrew in the festive spirit as delve into the history of one of our best-loved musical traditions and the surprising stories behind a handful of well-known seasonal songs.Audio courtesy of Signum RecordsPlease vote for us! Dan Snow's History Hit has been nominated for a Podbible award in the 'informative' category: https://bit.ly/3pykkdsIf you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing
Must do steps to get traditionally published 12-23-2021

Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 58:08


The Aubrey Masango Show
Beam of Hope to be switched on at midnight on 31 December

The Aubrey Masango Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 19:11


This year the V&A Waterfront will again celebrate the New Year by shining a beam of light into the sky that will be visible for some distance across Cape Town. Traditionally the New Year was ushered in with a fireworks celebration at midnight, but in 2020 the Waterfront looked for a new way to celebrate the milestone and chose a beam of light as their new symbol to welcome in the New Year. Donald Kau, spokesperson of the V&A Waterfront joins us to tells more about the new way of ushering in the New Year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth
Government Tech Trends In 2021 -- RJ Krawiec // Deloitte

MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 16:56


Principal and Chief Marketing Officer for Government & Public Services at Deloitte, RJ Krawiec, talks about marketing in the government sector. Traditionally, the government was not considered when thinking about marketing and technology solutions. Enterprise solutions and big data are changing the way they communicate with the public. Today, RJ discusses government technology trends for 2021. Show NotesConnect With: RJ Krawiec: Website // LinkedInThe MarTech Podcast: Email // LinkedIn // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn // TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Real Food. Real Conversations.
Starting Solids with Baby

Real Food. Real Conversations.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 41:24


Having a baby and knowing about starting solids can be scary, confusing and overwhelming. Our guest today walks us through it all! Caitlyn Edson is a pediatric registered dietitian specializing in infants, toddlers, and young children. She is sharing all the tips to help parents feel secure and confident to start feeding their baby! She has a passion for helping people feed their families confidently in a way that feels manageable. Caitlyn works with families of children starting solids (particularly baby led weaning), picky eaters, those with growth struggles, youth athletes, and more! Grab her free starting solids guide here! Age to Start Solids There are certain signs of readiness when it comes to starting solids. Here are the main ones: Sit unassisted: not necessarily long periods of time but at least a couple seconds or in high chair being able to sit upright.Loss of tongue thrust reflex: when you put something into their mouth you don't want them to push it out of their mouth.Show interest in food: things like them watching you closely when you eat, grabbing for your food, etc. Traditionally we used to start feeding at 4 months but current research shows these readiness skills happen closer to 6 months. But it really depends on the baby. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends closer to 6 months. How to Start Feeding Your Baby There are many correct ways to start feeding your baby, you need to do what works best and feels right for you and your family. While there are things you shouldn't do, like starting too young or feed foods that are not the right consistency for their stage, overall their really isn't a wrong way to get started. There are two main avenues with starting solids: Baby led weaning- the premise behind this feeding technique is infant self feeding, giving the baby real whole foods in a safe consistency. While some say you don't do purees at all with Baby Led Weaning, it isn't necessarily true. The idea is you want to get the infant to feed themselves. So you put the puree on the spoon and put it in their hand and they get it in their mouth.Puree feeding- starting with purees can mean making your own or buying premade foods. You can choose foods that are naturally soft like bananas, apple sauce, yogurt or you can create your own by cooking foods and blending them. Before you start any feeding, it's a good idea to take a cpr class and learn the difference between gagging and choking because gagging is normal. You never want to stick your finger in a gagging baby's mouth because it can cause choking. What Foods to Introduce First Overall, you can really start with any foods you prefer. However there are a few things to avoid or think about: Avoid allergens if you have a family history and your pediatrician recommends it. Avoid honey until they are 12 months old.Better to avoid added salt and sugar until they are older. Not only are their bodies not able to process it well, but the flavors are too strong for them.Things like meat can be hard for babies to eat due to the consistency so you may want to avoid it until they are older. We use to say to start with rice cereal but that isn't necessarily the case. You can start with anything now! Starting with softer foods is a good first step. Things like avocado and bananas, or cooked foods like apples, zucchini, sweet potatoes and squash. You want to cut the foods into long thin strips when first starting because they use their 4 fingers to pick up and it's easier for them. Once they hit 9-10 months old, they develop a pincer grasp where they are able to pick up smaller pieces. How Much to Feed Per Meal Babies are good at instinctively knowing how much to eat, but with new eaters you should start small. It can be overwhelming to have a plate loaded with food so putting a small amount on the plate will make it easier for them. A teaspoon or a tablespoon of a food or one piec...

Catholic Daily Reflections
December 23, Advent Weekday - Zechariah Returns to Faith

Catholic Daily Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 5:30


So they made signs, asking his father what he wished him to be called.  He asked for a tablet and wrote, “John is his name,” and all were amazed.  Immediately his mouth was opened, his tongue freed, and he spoke blessing God.  Luke 1:62–64Our beautiful story continues as we grow closer to our Christmas Day celebration of the Birth of Christ.  Today we once again reflect upon the person of Zechariah, the father of Saint John the Baptist.  We recall how God blessed him and Elizabeth with this miraculous pregnancy at an old age after being barren.  The Angel Gabriel appeared to Zechariah in the temple to reveal this glorious event, but Zechariah received it with disbelief.  The result was that he was struck mute until this, the day of his birth.Today's Gospel reveals how Zechariah untied the knot of his disbelief.  He did so by following the command of the angel to name the child “John.”  Traditionally, their first born would be named Zechariah after his father.  But God had picked the name “John” and, therefore, both Zechariah and Elizabeth are given the opportunity to embrace and manifest their faith by accepting the name given to their child by God.In a sense, we can say that Zechariah “righted his wrong.”  He righted it by making the choice of faith and acting on it.  This is a great witness for all of us because all of us have failed in faith in one way or another.  In the case of Zechariah, God punished him severely, stripping away his ability to speak.  But what we see today is that this “stripping” of Zechariah's speech was not done primarily as a punishment, but so that God could manifest His glory through Zechariah's manifestation of his faith.  People are “amazed” at Zechariah as he fulfills this act of faith and names his newborn child “John.”  Thus his suffering is now a manifestation of the glory of God!In all of our lives, we can regularly point to failures of faith.  Sometimes, God sees fit to impose a severe “punishment” upon us as a result.  We may endure some suffering or hardship for our failure to heed His voice wholeheartedly.  But know that any “punishment” from God is not primarily a result of his wrath.  Rather, most often the consequences of any lack of faith is permitted by God because He has something greater in mind.  In this case, it was so that He could loose the tongue of Zechariah at the proper moment so that he could glorify God with great faith.  In our lives, we should look for Him to do the same.Reflect, today, upon any hardship you have endured as a result of your own weakness, sin or lack of faith.  Do not see any hardship as a punishment in the normal sense of that word.  Rather, see it as an opportunity through which God is calling you to give Him even greater glory.Lord, I know I lack faith in my life.  I fail to believe all that You speak to me.  As a result, I often fail to put Your words into action.  Dear Lord, when I suffer as a result of my weakness, help me to know that this and all suffering can result in giving glory to You if I renew my faith.  Help me, like Zechariah, to return to You always, and use me as an instrument of Your manifest glory.  Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

Mindfulness+ with Thomas McConkie
Episode 7: What Survives

Mindfulness+ with Thomas McConkie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 21:32


For those of us who live in the Northern Hemisphere, we're right on the other side of the winter solstice. Traditionally, this is a time when we hunker down, take an inventory on our lives perhaps, and sense into what survives the enveloping dark. When we pay close attention, we're comforted to discover the light that the darkness never overcomes.  Also, check out Thomas's new online course, Gospel Meets Dharma: The Dance of Buddhism and Christianity in the 21st Century.

The Traveling Introvert
Themes for the new year

The Traveling Introvert

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 5:36


We are coming to the end of 2021, and it's a great time to talk about Themes. These aren't goals or resolutions for the New Year. But instead, overarching themes for your New Year or even next season.    Traditionally you might start a New Years' resolution, but these goals tend to be strict and ridged on the intended action. Say “work out every day” or “lose 10 lbs by x date”. And when we miss a day or don't achieve our goal, it derails the entire resolution, and we then have “failed.” Instead, a theme is a word or short sentence that guides you through the year or season to make more decisions towards your said theme.    My 2021 theme was Year of Discovery, so I chose activities that would let me “discover” something new throughout the year. As long as you move forward in choosing activities within your theme, you won't fail.    Themes help you avoid burnout. The broadness of themes means you can choose something different daily and still move forward with your theme. You will feel more accomplished at the end of the summer or year, having chosen activities within your theme.    Themes are easy to pivot and change as well. If you think you like learning via reading books but come to find you prefer to listen to books with your theme as “winter of learning,” you are staying within your theme and keeping motivated.    Theme can also be made seasonally to avoid the feeling like you have all year to get something done. It shortens down your time frame and pushes you toward your theme faster.   Themes are a different way to look at things and change your frame of mind.  If you want more info on Themes check out CGP Grey Join me for a live version of this podcast on Jan 2nd on World Introvert Day at 3 pm EST. Download the Bullhorn podcast app and follow the podcast to get notified when I go live.

LeadHERship Global
The Secrets of Feminine Leadership: Five Things You Need to be a Highly Effective Leader

LeadHERship Global

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 29:38


Good leaders often possess a combination of various “leadership qualities,” such as creativity, motivation, vision, and empathy. However, the most successful leaders are able to adapt to the needs of different situations, employing their diverse set of leadership skills in order to achieve their goals. Traditionally, the idea of feminine leadership is used as a kind of shorthand for an approach that places an emphasis on empathy, humility, and relationship dynamics in business practice. The result can deliver a more considered—rather than impulsive—decision-making process and subsequent action. Traits such as sensitivity, supportiveness, gentleness, warmth, cooperativeness, expressiveness, modesty, humility, empathy, tenderness, and being kind, helpful, devoted, and understanding have been cited as stereotypically feminine. But, Feminine Leadership belongs to all of us. It is a state of being that recognizes and understands the power of connecting, learning, sharing and evolving as a leader. Feminine leadership creates space for unique creativity, inclusiveness, collaboration and supportive competition. Those that step authentically into their feminine when leading are able to demonstrate insight, kindness and the desire to energetically connect to and unlock true potential in others. Listen in as Ela Staniak explains the Feminine Leaders Empowerment Methodology focusing on the three core pillars of alignment, beliefs and connection and the fundamentals of purpose, performance and creating the ultimate life!

Mount Olivet UMC
Rev. Dr. Sarah Calvert | Refined

Mount Olivet UMC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021


If Jesus were coming over for Christmas dinner would you clean things up? Shine the silver? Traditionally, Advent was a time of peaceful reflection where our shortcomings become obvious in the light of pure love. In this message, Rev. Dr. Sarah Calvert encourages us to create space this Advent season, to see God in all that we do.

Fountain City KC
December 12, 2021 - Matthew 25:14-30

Fountain City KC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 31:33


Pastor James Cottier, Fountain City Church. Traditionally, the season of Advent has been a time of helping us all prepare.  It is a season of preparation.  Christ has come to us, and Christ will come to us, and Advent is a time of preparing to meet him.  What does it mean to be ready to meet Christ?  Is there something required of me for when I do meet Christ?  How should I prepare so that I am ready? 

Coffee Sensory Podcast - Memli Coffee Lab
Brew With Memli - El Fuerte on Ibrik/Cezve

Coffee Sensory Podcast - Memli Coffee Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 9:09


This week I explore and play with espresso roasts brewed with filter method. As such I chose our Bolivian espresso with the ibrik/Cezve. Traditionally, I'll go for a light natural coffee on ibrik to extract all those amazing fruity sweetness. This time, with a medium-light espresso roast from Bolivia, I try to minimize over-extraction and get a clean tasting cup of coffee

TRT Revolution Podcast
Optimization and Higher Vibration ALWAYS Go Hand In Hand...Here's Why w/Dr Rudy Eberwein

TRT Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 59:41


The fact that we're seeing an astronomical increase in everything from obesity, to cancer and depression should come as no surprise. Nearly every part of our lives has been contaminated, and our hormones are out of whack as a collective because of it, paving the way for all sorts of ailments.    The question is, if contamination is so widespread, is it even possible to ‘fix' our hormone levels? How do we begin to heal ourselves when so much of modern life is based on the factors that could put our very species at risk?   In this episode, internal medicine and hormone/peptide specialist at Medical Health Institute, Dr Rudy Eberwein shares the key to getting our hormones (and our lives!) back on track.    Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways    Who stands to suffer the most from hormonal issues Traditionally, older men have been the ones to experience a drop in testosterone, but that's no longer the case. Which age group is suffering the most from the environmental factors causing hormone issues, today?   Why testosterone isn't necessarily linked to aggression If testosterone isn't the cause of increased aggression in men, what is?    The importance of achieving true balance in life What are the benefits of striking a balance between being full of energy and being centered and more calm?   Guest Bio-  Dr Rudy Eberwein is an internal medicine and hormone/peptide specialist. Also the founder of and Medical Doctor at A New You Weight Loss and Rejuvenation Center, Dr Rudy is passionate about helping his patients achieve a state of optimal health through a combination of lifestyle changes and targeted hormone and nutrition therapies.  To find out more, go to:  http://www.medicalhealthinstitute.com https://www.instagram.com/medicalhealthinstitute/?hl=en  https://www.instagram.com/lowtdoc/  https://www.facebook.com/MedicalHealthInstitute/

Faber Institute Podcast
The Advent Meditations: Nativity

Faber Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 11:58


The Advent Meditations are an annual habit of the Faber Institute, offered in support of expanding and deepening your spiritual practice during the season of Advent. Traditionally offered in a written form, this year The Advent Meditations have been reimagined as audio meditations composed and presented by Tara Ludwig of the Institute. On each of the four Sunday mornings of Advent, you will receive an invitation to explore a traditional Advent scripture, via an e-mail link that will lead you to that week's audio meditation. The Meditations aim to enrich your experience of Advent not by “adding” something to your busy to-do list, but by helping you to become more alert and awake to how God is laboring in all that you are already doing to prepare for Christmas. May these meditations be a blessing to you as you await in joyful hope the coming of Emmanuel, “God with us”.

North American Outdoors
S4-E93: Breaking Down the Barriers of Women Who Hunt

North American Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 23:28


Traditionally, glancing around the campfire, more males than females were sharing each other's company and love of the outdoors.  Why?  Typically, women were not given an opportunity to learn outdoor skills as girls or young adults.  A variety of barriers prevented women from participating in outdoor recreation, especially hunting.  Expense and availability of suitable clothing was one barrier.  Manufacturers typically catered to their large market of male hunters, which forced ladies to search through their boyfriends' or their husbands' clothing only to come up with something that pinches in the chest, sags in the waist, and sleeves which covered their fingertips.  Equipment, gear and accessories were other barriers.Tradition was also a barrier.  Boys typically got the guns, and the girls got the dolls.Some of these barriers are beyond our control, but others can be removed if we simply educate ourselves.  Several of the barriers discussed relate to lack of opportunities for women, and that is a barrier that is rapidly breaking down in today's culture.   Major outdoor retailers and hunting industries are taking notice to the growing population of women who are engaging in more outdoor activities, including hunting.  Fortunately, today one can walk into any retailer and peruse the hunting department and find an entire section of clothing exclusively made for women.  Women hold the key to the future of outdoor activities for all of us.  They are participating in the sport because they want to.  They are more environmentally aware and educated about conservation issues and wildlife management.  Most importantly, these ladies will introduce their children to these activities and ensure our future of hunting will continue for generations to come.  When you recruit and empower the mom, she will involve the entire family!Enjoy!!

America's Democrats
Why now is the time to expand the Supreme Court.

America's Democrats

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 34:09


Why now is the time to expand the Supreme Court. And Bill Press with a report card on the nation's economy.   Sarah Lipton-Lubet on how to break the conservative stranglehold on the Supreme Court. Plus Bill Press with former Amalgamated Bank CEO  Keith Mestrich on the direction of our economic recovery.  Sarah Lipton Lubet With a conservative 6-to-3 majority, the Supreme Court in its current composition has already shown what they are willing to sacrifice to a political agenda. Sarah Lipton Lubet advocates for restoring balance and integrity to the Court, and she says expanding the court is the way to do that. Jim Hightower  “Team Greed” plays big-time sports!   ‘Tis the season, right? Traditionally, this time of year celebrates spirituality and festivities – including Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa.   In modern-day America, however, the Winter Solstice signals the faithful to gather from afar in monumental temples to worship our nation's supreme secular deity: Big Time Sports!  Keith Mestrich  Bill Press talks with former Amalgamated Bank CEO Keith Mestrich on why he still believes the economy in on track to a full recovery. If you'd like to hear the entire episode, visit BillPressPods.com.  

Jim Hightower's Radio Lowdown
“Team Greed” plays bigtime sports!

Jim Hightower's Radio Lowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 2:09


‘Tis the season, right? Traditionally, this time of year celebrates spirituality and festivities – including Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa. In modern day America, however, the Winter Solstice signals the faithful to gather from afar in monumental temples to worship our nation's supreme secular deity: Big Time Sports! Get ready for a non-stop frenzy of football, basketball, soccer, and more – with devout fans making tribal pilgrimages to their sacred stadiums and arenas. But whatever the sport, the name of the game these days is the same: M-O-N-E-Y, for the people's sport franchises are firmly in the grip of a self-regulating handful of secretive, überrich, autocratic, corporate owners. We might worship the team that actually plays the sport, but our money mostly goes to this ruling clique of billionaire barons. Consider those gargantuan houses of worship where the games are played. We The People (including non-worshipers) paid for nearly all of them with tax dollars, usually with no chance to vote on the giveaway. Yet, a few dozen profiteering team owners are given control of the venues. They set and collect the outrageous ticket prices and are even allowed to gouge the faithful by charging $15 for one small beer! Most insulting, these rich public welfare moochers pocket millions of extra dollars a year by turning these huge edifices (even those built with the people's money) into private billboards by selling off the so-called “naming rights” to the highest corporate bidders. Thus, dozens of our major sports facilities don't honor the cities they're in, the citizenry, or even the team. Instead they're gaudily plastered with brand names like FedEx Field, Minute Maid Park, RCA Dome, and Toyota Center – as though they're corporate owned. The money game is yet another corporate swindle, made even more corrupt by its expropriation of America's sporting spirit for private greed.

7am
The independent insurgency threatening the Liberals

7am

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 15:35


Traditionally the Liberal Party's biggest threat at federal elections is the Labor Party. But this time they're facing an insurgency in their heartland.A number of high profile and well resourced independent candidates are challenging Liberal MPs in some of the party's safest seats. Today, national correspondent for The Saturday Paper, Mike Seccombe on what is motivating this wave of independents, and how they could end up shaping the future of Australian politics. Guest: National Correspondent for The Saturday Paper, Mike Seccombe.Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
How To Hack Your Age To Live Longer

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 78:50


This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and ButcherBox. As the science of longevity has exploded in recent years, we have more access to innovative therapies, techniques, knowledge, and technology than ever before. Traditionally, we view aging as an inevitable consequence that happens to our bodies as we get older. We think that as we gain more years of life, it is a given that we begin to slow down, become less agile, lose our memories, and gain more chronic diseases. We define these things as “aging” when they're actually signs of dis-ease that can be prevented and often even reversed. In this episode of my new MasterClass series, I am interviewed by my good friend and podcast host, Dhru Purohit, about creating vibrant, optimal health, to feel younger at any age. We discuss the latest science on whole-body health and longevity and share simple, accessible tips that you can use right now to start feeling younger at any age. Dhru Purohit is a podcast host, serial entrepreneur, and investor in the health and wellness industry. His podcast, Dhru Purohit Podcast, is a top 50 global health podcast with over 30+ million unique downloads. His interviews focus on the inner workings of the brain and the body and feature the brightest minds in wellness, medicine, and mindset. This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and ButcherBox. Rupa Health is a place for Functional Medicine practitioners to access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, Great Plains, and more. Check out a free live demo with a Q&A or create an account here. This holiday, ButcherBox is proud to give new members 2 pounds of ground beef in your first box plus $10 off. To receive this offer, go to ButcherBox.com/farmacy. In this episode, we discuss (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Reversing your biological age (4:48 / 1:29)The difference between healthspan and lifespan (10:22 / 6:45)Threats to aging well, including insulin resistance, sarcopenia, inflammation, and more (12:55 / 9:30)Addressing the root cause of disease using Functional Medicine (18:42 / 15:27)Learnings about longevity from the Blue Zones (23:16 / 20:00)Eating well for a longer life (28:02 / 24:08) Why prioritizing your sleep is vital (35:35 / 32:13)Using supplements to optimize all the systems of your body (40:32 / 36:57) The importance of relationships and community (45:03 / 41:28) Your questions on addressing early aging, exercise, stress, and more (59:24 / 55:55) Mentioned in this episode: Dr. Hyman at 40 yrs vs. 60 yrs https://www.instagram.com/p/CVAp0fqFhX1/ EMF Bed Canopieshttps://safelivingtechnologies.com/products/bed-canopies/ Dr. Hyman+ (which includes access to the Longevity Roadmap docuseries)https://drhyman.com/plus/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Alopecia Life
S3E8 December Giveaways - Week 1

Alopecia Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 1:40


Welcome to this episode of Alopecia Life. It's the month of December 2021. Traditionally, across much of the globe, December has been a season of family and friend gatherings and gift-giving. For the first 3 weeks of this month, I'll be doing some of my own gift-giving to Alopecia Life listeners, courtesy of some awesome donors. Over the past 3 seasons, I've collected super cool items from guests who wanted to share with all of you. Everything from cookbooks from Jessica Rose, to headbands from Chris Healy and the LongHairs, headwash from Melissa of C3, and eyebrow tattoos from Jason of My Two Brows, and so much more.  https://alopecialife.ck.pageThis seems like the perfect time to share all of this abundance with you. Throughout the month, I'll be sharing about what is available for the week, and you can sign up at any time for an opportunity to win. Choose your top 3 items between now and December 20th. If you win, I will select one of those items for you and pop it in the mail. Come on over to The Alopecia Life Facebook group to find the link in the show notes or the link in my BIO on Instagram, and remember to check your email for a confirmation. https://alopecialife.ck.pageThis week's giveaways are Headbands from the LongHairs, Children's books from authors who have alopecia and/or have main characters with alopecia like Francie Puts on her Courage by CAP co-founder Betsy Woytovich or My Hair Went on Vacation by Paula Quinn amongst others, and eyebrow tattoos from My Two Brows. I'll also feature those episodes in the comments for the week. I'll contact you in person, and I'll also give winners a shout-out! Listen in each week to hear and watch for what is being offered up. I look forward to hearing and connecting with each of you. Happy December! Thanks for listening.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/deeanngraham)

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword
Monday, November 29, 2021 - Thirsty? Why not try a LIMEADE or JAMBA?

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 7:10


Traditionally, Mondays are the easiest crosswords of the week, designed to appeal to novice solvers, and today's puzzle certainly lives up to the tradition. It included a lot of old favorites, --  40A, Degs. for entrepreneurs, MBAS;  18A, Taj Mahal locale, AGRA; and 63A, Nintendo competitor, SEGA. It also had, once again, a clue that Mike fell for (insert analogy with Charlie Brown, Lucy, and football  right here), 12D, Prez dispenser?, ATM (ha!). One day he'll spot that ATM clue ... maybe ...

Productive Flow
Set Goals That Light You Up: The Problem With Setting Money-Based Goals & What to Do Instead

Productive Flow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 17:42


Traditionally when we set our business goals, we do so around a certain dollar amount or hitting a specific number. The challenge with this approach is that it doesn't truly spark our motivation, because believe it or not, most of us aren't actually money-focused people.  What's the most productive way to set our goals, and how do we start identifying what actually drives us?  In this episode, I share how to start setting goals that inspire and fuel you to take action.  Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode  How to set goals that keep you motivated and focused  When it comes to setting goals, money is just a means to an end. How do we identify what we're really after?  The path to productive goal setting  What do we need to ask ourselves in order to set our goals more effectively?  How to set goals around what inspires you If you love helping and serving people, how do you make that part of the goals you set?

Relentless Health Value
Encore! EP288: The “Big Three” PBMs Spinning Up GPOs—What? With Mike Schneider

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 29:53


Over the holiday season here, we're running some of our favorite episodes from years past. This one is with Mike Schneider, who actually has taken another role since this show was recorded. Other than that, the information that Mike shares during this episode from 2020 is all good. So, let's do this thing. Disclaimer before we get started here: This show is probably a 300-level class in pharmaceutical/PBM relations. If you are tuning in for the first time and you aren't pretty familiar with the role of PBMs, I would go back and listen to, say, episode 241 with Vinay Patel or episode 166 with Tim Thomas from Crystal Clear Rx. OK, now that that's out of the way, if you're still with me, this episode is like a ride on a roller coaster. I talk with Mike Schneider. And we get into, you know, kinda deeply, the what and the why behind the “Big Three” traditional PBMs deciding that now might be a fantastic time to set up GPOs. PBMs are pharmacy benefit managers—there's three huge ones. GPO stands for group purchasing organization. Traditionally, these GPOs have purchased drugs and supplies for hospitals and other providers at, according to their marketing materials, volume discounts. So, the unfolding story here, in a nutshell, is that ESI (Express Scripts) set up a GPO called Ascent in Switzerland. Optum has had an Ireland operation going in full swing for a while. And now we have CVS Caremark setting up a GPO called Zinc. These GPOs are not like normal GPOs working with hospitals, but instead, these GPOs are the entity which is now going to negotiate with pharma companies. In the past, it was the PBM that was negotiating with the pharma company to get rebates. Now it's this GPO entity. “But wait,” you may say. “Wasn't there an executive order the other day requiring PBMs to, for example, pass through all of the rebates that they're collecting to patients?” Indeed, there was. And that rule doesn't say anything about GPOs having to do the same, especially GPOs in, let's just say, Switzerland. It's a tangled web we weave. You can learn more by connecting with Mike on LinkedIn.  Mike Schneider is an experienced healthcare executive with over 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical manufacturer, pharmacy benefit manager, and payer side of healthcare. He previously spent 9 years at CVS Caremark, where he was a director of industry relations with responsibility for trade strategy development, rebate negotiations, and contract execution for CVS Caremark's own Medicare Part D plans and that of its clients. He held a similar position at Universal American (UA) before it was acquired by CVS Health, where he also negotiated UA's commercial business. Mike has held various sales and market access roles with pharmaceutical manufacturers with increasing responsibility. Before entering healthcare, Mike began his career as a researcher at the Procter & Gamble Company in Cincinnati, where he worked on hair care product formulation development focusing on the key markets of China and Japan, and then moved on to work in drug development. Mike holds a BS degree from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the University of Akron. 02:48 What does a GPO add to a PBM? 05:23 Rebates vs driving more revenue. 10:39 PBMs vs safe harbors. 12:25 The net impact on the commercial side. 14:07 PBMs vs pharmaceutical manufacturers. 14:54 How the “Big Three” PBMs compete with each other, and how employers would choose between them. 15:56 What the net-net is here. 18:06 How PBMs are shifting their models. 20:42 How GPOs may be making things even less transparent. 21:31 “The PBM world as a whole is not very transparent.” 25:00 “One of the biggest beneficiaries of this whole rebate [system] is the government.” 25:46 “The question is, ‘Who's paying those costs?'” 26:02 EP216 with Chris Sloan.27:00 A better way to move money from Pharma to employers and plan sponsors. 28:04 “Put your money where your mouth is.” You can learn more by connecting with Mike on LinkedIn.  Check out our newest #healthcarepodcast with Mike Schneider as he discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma What does a GPO add to a PBM? Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma Rebates vs driving more revenue. Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma PBMs vs safe harbors. Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma What is the net impact on the commercial side? Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma PBMs vs pharmaceutical manufacturers. Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma How do the “Big Three” PBMs compete with each other? Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma How do #employers choose between the “Big Three” PBMs? Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma What's the net-net here? Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma How are PBMs shifting their revenue models? Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma How are GPOs making things even less transparent? Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma “The PBM world as a whole is not very transparent.” Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma “One of the biggest beneficiaries of this whole rebate [system] is the government.” Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma “The question is, ‘Who's paying those costs?'” Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma A better way to move money from Pharma to employers and plan sponsors. Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma “Put your money where your mouth is.” Mike Schneider discusses #PBMs and #GPOs. #healthcarepodcast #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #healthcarefinance #pharma Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Peter Hayes, Paul Simms, Dr Steven Quimby, Dr David Carmouche (EP343), Christin Deacon, Gary Campbell, Kristin Begley, David Contorno (AEE17), David Contorno (EP339), Nikki King, Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis

What Bitcoin Did
El Salvador's Bitcoin Bond with Lyn Alden

What Bitcoin Did

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 61:12


“Why don't some large countries just print a little bit of money and buy bitcoin and stick it on their reserves for example; and if you were to see those cracks in the dam start to appear, and you were to start to see that happening, that's potentially a really explosive moment.”— Lyn AldenLocation: RemoteDate: Monday 22nd NovemberProject: lynalden.comRole: MacroeconomistIn the last month alone, Bitcoin has hit all-time high prices, Bitcoin on exchanges has hit multi-year lows, and El Salvador announced a $1 billion Bitcoin bond to fund the development of a Bitcoin city.At the same time, economic signals have started to flash red. Inflation is on the rise: it's hit 6.2% in the US and is rising at the fastest rate in decades. Traditionally strong bond markets are under pressure and currencies in some parts of the world show signs of distress. The dichotomy is that whilst some search for safe havens, with the lack of a positive yielding bond market, many are looking to riskier assets. The economic conditions for bitcoin to become a recognised international gold-like reserve asset are upon us. The scope and scale of bitcoin adoption suggest that major players are literally buying into this narrative. In this interview, I talk to macroeconomist and investment strategist Lyn Alden. We discuss the lack of yield in bond markets, El Salvador's bitcoin bonds, inflation and the direction and role of the Fed.This episode's sponsors:Gemini - Buy Bitcoin instantlyBlockFi - The future of Bitcoin financial servicesSportsbet.io - Online sportsbook & casino that accepts BitcoinCasa - The leading provider of Bitcoin multisig key security.Exodus - The world's leading Desktop, Mobile and Hardware crypto wallets.Ledger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware walletCompass Mining - Bitcoin mining & hosting-----WBD427 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.

WSJ Your Money Briefing
Changes Coming to Frequent-Flier Programs

WSJ Your Money Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 10:27


Traditionally, frequent-flier programs were set up to reward loyal customers with perks based on the number of miles they flew. But now airlines are taking a new approach, one where flying may not matter as much. WSJ "Middle Seat" columnist Scott McCartney joins host Trenae Nuri to discuss the new rules for earning and keeping frequent-flier perks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Positive Mindset for Entrepreneurs from The Mind Aware

Who: Dana Wilde - Bestselling Author of Train Your Brain, Creator of The Celebrity Formula, and Host of Positive Mindset for Entrepreneurs What This Show is About: How to Visualize and Get What You Want A new entrepreneur wants to make $80K a year, and wants to know how to do a visualization around that goal. Dana reveals a visualization shortcut to help this listener get what she wants. Dana Wilde, the #1 bestselling author of Train Your Brain, delivers motivation, marketing ideas, and business tips designed to breakthrough your limiting beliefs, and manifest freedom and success in your business. Dana Wilde goes beyond positive thinking and the Law of Attraction. This podcast is the ultimate in Entrepreneur Mindset. Click here to ask Dana: http://www.danawilde.com/askdana Please check out our episode notes below... 01:48 - Listen to hear about the RAIN DANCE scenario/exercise and how it relates to VISUALIZATION. 03:35 - Discover the REASON why MANTRAS work and how this relates to your CONSCIOUS MIND. 05:00 - Tune in to learn about how you are TRADITIONALLY told to VISUALIZE something. 07:00 - Find out the SHORTCUT to create your visualization. 10:30 - Discover the REMEDY for how to deal with the LET DOWN when you come back to REALITY (after visualizing). 11:50 - LAST STEP for doing the visualization process. Resource from this Episode CLICK HERE to be a part of the brain training sandbox and receive FREE daily encouragement Where to Learn More: http://www.danawilde.com/class http://www.danawilde.com