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Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth
“Mastering your Craft Series” Part 2 - How to Master Your Talent?

Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 19:17


This series discusses the key elements you need to master to live a successful life. In Part 1, we have covered an overview of what it takes to make your dreams come true. Episode Summary -Do you focus on developing your skills and becoming better at what you are doing?If you are not continuously developing, this can be a big concern for your business and dreams.And this is one of the biggest mistakes most business people make; they get so engaged in running their business that they stop learning and developing themselves.
We are in an era where everything is constantly changing, and it is through lifelong learning you can stay ahead & get an edge in your entrepreneurial journey.In this episode, I am expounding the first point from the mastering your craft triangle, and this is Talent. I discuss the importance of talent and how you can master your talent.
“It is only continual learning that will take you further.”
Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:29] Why is talent more important for mastering your craft?[04:09] Will you be able to master your talent by practicing? And what are the critical things required for mastering your talent?[09:11] Why should you surround yourself with the right people? And how can businesspeople surround themselves with the right people?[12:51] What mistake I made that affected my growth?[16:57] The three areas to consider when mastering your talent.About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system.Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. Over the last 20 years, she has been expertly building her speaking and consulting business, Step Into Success. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/stepintosuccessLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stepintosuccess/Website - www.workfromyourhappyplace.com

Incredible Life Creator with Dr. Kimberley Linert
Success through Mastery & Application - Dr. Ron Eccles Ep 288

Incredible Life Creator with Dr. Kimberley Linert

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 60:36


Dr. Ron Eccles is a professional speaker, business coach, consultant, author, and trainer. Over the past 38 years he has built multiple successful businesses in different fields. Over this time, he has gained vast experience in helping companies and businessowners with: building efficient business systems and processes, marketing, leadership development, building company culture and performance optimization. Dr. Ron has been publicly speaking since 1983. His experience spans from small local groups, stages of hundreds to Television appearances reaching millions. He has spoken in multiple countries and topics range from health care, personal development, motivation, relationships, business and spiritual. Married to Johanna Eccles and the father of five children along with three grandchildren. He currently lives in Lakewood Ranch, FL with his wife. They are both actively involved mentoring and serving at Bayside Community Church. Contact Dr. Ron Eccles: www.DrRonEccles.com Book - "The Unstoppable Christian Business" $24.99 (Includes the Following) Free S&H in the Continental US One Year Subscription to My Favorite "Book Summary" Program ($299 Value One Year Membership to My "Private Monthly, Micro-mastermind" ($1,194 Value) Dr. Kimberley Linert Speaker, Author, Broadcaster, Mentor, Trainer, Behavioral Optometrist Event Planners- I am available to speak at your event. Here is my media kit: https://brucemerrinscelebrityspeakers.com/portfolio/dr-kimberley-linert/To book Dr. Linert on your podcast, television show, conference, corporate training or as an expert guest please email her at incrediblelifepodcast@gmail.com or Contact Bruce Merrin at Bruce Merrin's Celebrity Speakers at merrinpr@gmail.com 702.256.9199 Host of the Podcast Series: Incredible Life Creator Podcast Available on... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/incredible-life-creator-with-dr-kimberley-linert/id1472641267Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6DZE3EoHfhgcmSkxY1CvKf?si=ebe71549e7474663 and on 9 other podcast platforms Author of Book: "Visualizing Happiness in Every Area of Your Life" Get on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3srh6tZ Website: https://www.DrKimberleyLinert.com Please subscribe, share & LISTEN! Thanks. incrediblelifepodcast@gmail.com Social Media Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-kimberley-linert-incredible-life-creator/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kimberley.linert/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drkimberleylinert/gTwitter: https://twitter.com/LifeKimberleyTumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/settings/blog/incrediblelifecreatorPinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lifekimberley/_saved/

The Fitness And Lifestyle Podcast
Track your macros for easy fat loss

The Fitness And Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 17:15


Nutrition for fat loss and muscle growth is simple, there's just a lot of confusion and conflicting information. In this episode I share the secret to long term, easy and sustainable fat loss.The Ultimate Flexible Dieting GuideClick Here To Become a VIP member (Join DK's coaching app here)SHOP DKFITNESS MERCH HEREwww.younifyactive.com DKFITNESS at checkout for 15% offUse code DJK10 on all EHPlabs supplements for 10% offUse code DK15 on all Athletikan Sneakers for 15% offIntro by Will Sparks.Find this episode helpful? Share it with a friend or post a screenshot to your social media.

Pound This
771: The Reality Of Long Term Weight Loss From My Perspective

Pound This

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 48:30


Over the pat 10 years I've lost and maintained 100+ pound weight loss. Let's chat about what that's really like.    Please join me for the Pound This Party! My all day wellness/live podcast event! Details here and tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pound-this-party-tickets-327524052257?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb   If you're in need of a health coach, and you'd like to check out Team Fit With Me - Get 10% off month 1 of all packages, plans, and add on services using this link: www.teamfitwithme.com/poundthis   Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youcanpoundthis/ Website: http://amandavalentinebites.com/

kicker News
kicker News vom 23.5.2022, 16:30 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 1:48


BVB setzt wieder auf Terzic als Trainer, Neuer verlängert Vertrag bis 2024, Neu-Trainer ten Hag sieht Zukunft von Ronaldo bei Manchester United, Petkovic erreicht zweite Runde der French Open

Sarc Fighter: Living with Sarcoidosis and other rare diseases
Episode 62 | Garrie Farrow had troubles wearing her cute shoes. The problem was in her lungs.

Sarc Fighter: Living with Sarcoidosis and other rare diseases

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 65:42


Garrie Farrow has been fighting sarcoidosis for 15 years, and maybe longer.  It has spread from her lungs to other parts of her body including her ears.  Yet she is still working - and still fighting.  In fact she spends a great deal of time helping other Sarcoidosis patients as well.  In Episode 62 of the Sarc Fighter podcast, Garrie shares the story of how sarcoidosis started out in her lungs, how doctors may have mishandled the early diagnosis and how sarc has had a tragic impact on her family. Show notes Learn about the clinical trial from Novartis: https://bit.ly/3o9LXKk Juliet's fundraising page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/julietcoffer2 Remember these hashtags for April!  #WhatIsSarcoidosis #MakeItVisible  Universal Barriers Podcast:  https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/sarc-fighter-podcast/ More on Universal Barriers https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/events/universal-barriers-in-dealing-with-a-chronic-disease-a-sarcoidosis-perspective/ Ignore No More https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/ignore-no-more-foundation-for-sarcoidosis-research-launches-african-american-women-sarcoidosis-campaign/ Sarcoidosis Awareness Film: https://www.purpledocumentary.com/ Nourish by Lindsey: https://www.nourishbylindsey.com/ Dr. Jinny Tavee's book, The Last Day of Suffering: https://www.amazon.com/Last-Day-Suffering-Health-Happiness/dp/0615542751 Read about the patient trial with aTyr 1923 https://investors.atyrpharma.com/news-releases/news-release-details/atyr-pharma-announces-positive-data-phase-1b2a-clinical-trial Also -- Note that investors also believe in the promise of aTyr 1923: https://investors.atyrpharma.com/news-releases/news-release-details/atyr-pharma-announces-closing-863-million-public-offering Yale University and sarcoidosis skin treatment | Dr. William Damsky: https://news.yale.edu/2018/12/26/yale-experts-treat-severe-disfiguring-sarcoidosis-novel-therapy Stanford University Clinical trial | Dr. Mathew Baker: https://med.stanford.edu/sarcoidosis/clinical-trial.html MORE FROM JOHN Cycling with Sarcoidosis http://carlinthecyclist.com/category/cycling-with-sarcoidosis/ Watch the Prednisone Town Hall on YouTube https://youtu.be/dNwbcBIyQhE More on aTyr Pharma: https://www.atyrpharma.com/ Do you like the official song for the Sarc Fighter podcast?  It's also an FSR fundraiser! If you would like to donate in honor of Mark Steier and the song, Zombie, Here is a link to his KISS account.  (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis)  100-percent of the money goes to the Foundation.  https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/MarkSteier The Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/ Donate to my KISS (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis) fund for FSR  https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/JohnCarlinVsSarcoidosis?fbclid=IwAR1g2ap1i1NCp6bQOYEFwOELdNEeclFmmLLcQQOQX_Awub1oe9bcEjK9P1E My story on Television https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/news-anchor-sarcoidosis/ email me  carlinagency@gmail.com The following is a web-generated transcript of my interview with Garrie.  Please excuse any spelling or punctuation errors.  jc Welcome back to the Sarc Fighter podcast. And joining me now is Gary Farrow, uh who plays many roles within the foundation for Sarcodosis Research as a volunteer and is coming up on 16 years as a Sarc survivor. Garrie, welcome to the podcast. Garrie Farrow: Thank you. Thank you. So much for having me today. John Carlin: So you said it's 15 years plus almost 16 years. And you knew the anniversary date, didn't you? Garrie Farrow: It's actually uh August. I started getting my appointments in April. So for me, April is the anniversary. But I didn't get the official diagnosis until August 16 years ago. John Carlin: 16 years. That's a long time. And I want to hear about when did you first know something was wrong? Garrie Farrow: Honestly, I knew something was wrong 20 years ago. Um uh I have a thing that I love, cute shoes and purses, and I have these fantastic boots that I love to wear. They were the greatest thing ever. And my feet and ankle started to swell. And um I used to play basketball in high school, so I'm used to ankle Springs. I know what my feet and ankles will do, but this was not normal. So probably uh about four or four and a half years in total going to different primary care doctors. And I am um a taller, larger woman. And so I've always been told, well, you need to lose weight. Like, I exercise every day. I'm not losing any more weight. But they're saying the reason my feet and ankles were swelling was because of the weight. So I went and lost more weight. Still couldn't wear the shoes, moved to uh a different city, found a uh new primary care position. Actually, my second one here in Tallahassee was the one who went, this is not normal. You are uh about 30, 31 at the point. This is not normal. Let's send you for a chest Xray. And that's how my journey officially started. John Carlin: Wow. Chest X. You ankles hurt. So the first thing they do is send you for a chest X ray, which wouldn't seem intuitive, but I guess the doctor must have been thinking pulmonary sarcoidosis. Garrie Farrow: Then she kind of mentioned she goes, It could be your lungs, it could be your heart. She goes for your feet and ankles be swelling. There's something vascular going on, and we don't know why. She goes, I'm listening to just using. I'm listening to your lungs. It sounded fine. You're exercising, um you're uh not complaining. You have any shortness of breath. So let's figure out what's happening with you. John Carlin: Okay? Was that conclusive or was that just the next clue? Garrie Farrow: The chest X ray was the next clue. They um realized at that point because you could see my lymph nodes on X ray and the lungs looked suspicious. And at that point, I was sent for a media style oscopy. Basically, biopsy ended up with a brand uh new scarf. And that's where they definitely confirmed that, yes, this was circadosis because after the chest X ray, they said this could be leukemia or Sarcodosis. The way I remember it was, I heard leukemia and possibly sarkidosis. And the leukemia scared me because I hadn't uh heard of soccer doses before in any major detail other than burning Mac. John Carlin: Right. So after they figured out it's sarcoidosis with the lymph node biopsy then. Did they start with the normal prednisone routine? Garrie Farrow: No. I um was seeing a pulmonologist local to my city, and I was told stage one, that four stages. And since I was at stage one, I had no other symptoms happening. There was no reason for me to go on any medications. And that if I ever started coughing or becoming short of breath while exercising, to basically come back. And I had one appointment a year later, just everything's still the same. But at no point was medication even talked about. I did go back to my um primary and asked, okay, now I've been diagnosed with Psychnosis. What does that mean? And she told me she didn't know. She goes, I could tell you this much of what I remember from medical school. I can't answer any of your questions. Go back to the surgeon and went back to him. And it was, yeah, you have stage one, but that's good because four is horrible. You're at one, so there's nothing to do. My um current pulmonologist, who specializes in Sarcodosis, uh she said, no, stage one is no better uh than stage four. You had symptoms, you just weren't coughing. She goes, Your lungs did not look good. There should have been some treatment started then, but that took um another shoot. I think it probably was probably about another three to four years before I started any official treatment. John Carlin: That just amazes me. And I'm curious about the um stage one, stage two, stage three, stage four, which is the terminology that we're used to hearing for cancer patients. And I've heard other patients that I've interviewed on the podcast talk about it a little bit. No one has ever uh used that term with me. Can you describe the difference between stage one and stage four? Other than that, it's worse. Garrie Farrow: Yeah. What I was told originally was that, yes, my lungs um were cloudy, but they were not completely infiltrated. And you could see my lymph nodes on Xray. Stage four is pretty much you're on oxygen. The lungs are completely Gray uh and looks like um ground glass completely covers the entire lungs. At stage four is how it was described um to me initially, that each stage, your lungs get a little cloudier, a little bit more ground glass until it gets to the point where you're not able to breathe. What I've been told uh recently and confirmed with more research is that, yes, the um stages do impact how the lungs appear, but you could be on oxygen at stage two. You could be um walking around not fine, but without oxygen uh at stage four, it's just showing what the impact on your loans looks like when you're just trying to look at the X ray or the MRI or CT. Go um ahead and actually, stage one, I believe, only includes the link notes and um any of the others only impact just what the ones look like. John Carlin: So you and I are both on a number of committees with the foundation for Sarcodosis Research. And uh what I'm hearing and maybe, you know, maybe you don't. But what I'm hearing is this stage one through 4 may be just reserved for pulmonary patients because everything you've described is lung involvement. Whereas with cancer, my understanding is when you have stage four cancer, let's say it starts in your kidneys or whatever, it then has spread to other parts of your body and it's metastasized. So when we talk about stage four with sarcoidosis, we're not talking about it spreading to other parts of your body, even though that can happen. But that's not what the stages describe exactly. Garrie Farrow: Which I find interesting because it would make more sense that they actually classified it that way as they do in cancer, because technically, thankfully, due to one medication, my lungs are clear. My lymph nodes have shrunk in size from being really big to not being outfit. But I had other um organs being impacted by sarcotosis. So to me, following the cancer way of being, I'm probably more of a stage three just because I uh have multiple organs impacted by sarcosis. But currently it's only for lungs. John Carlin: Got it. All right. And is it still currently after almost 16 years, is it still just in your lungs or has it spread? Garrie Farrow: It's spread. And it actually took about ten years um to spread. John Carlin: Um. Garrie Farrow: I noticed some skin issues, went to my local dermatologist. And first I was told Eczema, then I was told Psoriasis, then I was told I had both went to sarcosis. Um dermatologist. No, this is sarcoid. That's what this is. And so, yeah, the past five years. So past five years, skin, eyes, bones. And now um I lost hearing in the left ear. Um and that's on immune suppressors. Um. John Carlin: You said after about four years, a doctor said, oh, no, you need treatment. Garrie Farrow: Yes. John Carlin: What treatment did they come at you with first? And how has that progressed? Garrie Farrow: The lovely steroids. The lovely steroids. I was on 60 milligrams for um about a year and a half. A little under. And um that, of course, weight gain, prediabetic, hypertension, um you name it. The moon face. All of it was taken off of that because of the impact. But at that point, there still was not a lot of discussion about new medications. And it was pretty much okay, your lapse look good. We're just going to kind of watch you. Then the eyes started, well, the skin. So then it was steroid injections directly into the skin and steroid creams, which thankfully um no over whole body and past. Then when the eyes and the bones kicked off, that's when I was put on methotrexate. No steroids at that point, thankfully. But then when the um bones kicked off, that's when they said, okay, I started low dose steroids and about five milligrams for three years. That pushed me over the edge with the diabetes. And let's see, um at that point, I think it was year two is when I went back, because by that point, I'm taking metformin and even though they said five um milligrams of steroids you shouldn't be gaining weight. I probably took uh 60 mg. I gained £80. Finally, after not being on steroids for a while, I had lost about 40 started the low um dose and they said you should be fine. Five milligrams is not going to impact you. I probably ended up gaining back 30. And so after year two, I said, okay, look, I need to switch because steroids and I are not working out. You're telling me I need to lose weight? I'm doing the things I need to do and yet my weight is not going in the right direction. It's still keeping up. So that's when I was taking off the steroids and put on the flutter mine, I think I believe I'm saying that correctly, but yeah, and I had to take off methotrexate and switch to uh Humera, which didn't work because of the bones. And I'm now doing rimicate infusions um or Influx map infusions with the Lip global cage. John Carlin: Is that working so far? Garrie Farrow: Actually uh going June to get repeat X rays of my fingers. Uh they showed no further damage is what it was last year. So we're hoping it remains the same now. John Carlin: We've kind of just jumped right to I want to hear more about your eyes and your bones. Sure. When you have sarcoidosis uh in your bones, what does that look or feel like? How do you know it's there? What is the deal? Garrie Farrow: I know it's kind of hard to see on uh camera, but the fingertips of these three fingers are actually about now only about two times the size of the fingers on this hand. And uh what started off as just a finger swelling then turned into I would go to pick up a pen or I'd go to pick up my purse or anything and um I could literally feel something crunching in my fingertips. And I was just like weird um because every once in a while your fingers might pop or you crack something. But I went, no, that is literally in the fingertips. I went to my local PCP and he told me it was finger clubbing due to socketosis and lack of oxygen. My sister actually has or has finger clubbing. She was diagnosed after I did because I pushed her. And so I've seen what finger um clubbing looks like and all her fingers were impacted. John Carlin: I've never heard that word before. Finger clubbing. Fingers look like little clubs. Garrie Farrow: Yes. I don't know if you can kind of tell on camera. You see how this one's more rounded than the other? John Carlin: Yeah. Garrie Farrow: It becomes very bulbous is the other word that they like to use. And your nail bed actually changes shape where instead of being just if you look at your hands, just regular nail bed, they actually expand because since the tip of your finger is getting bulbous, your nail bed has to go with it. And it actually started splitting because my nail bed couldn't keep up with the growth of the finger. So it was splitting. And as I initially pushed um back because I told him that every time I come to see you or see my specialist, my oxygen gets recorded at 98%. 99%. I'm not wheezing that I'm uh aware of, and nobody's told me otherwise. And I've had breathing tests. And if that was the case, all of these should be bulbusy and look funny. It is literally. These three went to see my Pomodologist, and I was on methotrexate. And so they were really concerned about any of the other side effects that method track state could have. And she goes, okay, is there anything else going wrong with you? Because your loans look great. I don't normally see patients like you because phenomenologist. So I'm not used to seeing healthy loans anymore. Anything else going on? And I went, look. Uh and she goes, that is not normal. And I haven't seen that with methotrexate patients. Let's send you for a hand Xray, which then worked into a whole body bone scan. And I now have a Rheumatologist because they realize that uh on Xray, my um fingertips, all of them, actually. But these three are the worst. My body has attached the bones um to the point to where it is broken down and my body is reabsorbing the bone. So the reason they're swelling is because um there's fluid, and that's what causes the swelling. And I actually have four toes involved as well. But all of them, you can tell all of them have been attacked. It's just these three were hit the worst because I dropped a box on them while moving. John Carlin: Sorry, is it painful? Not dropping the box, but I'm just walking around every day with your toes. And does it hurt? Garrie Farrow: Yes, it depends upon what I've done that day. Um some days are worse than others. I am a trainer, so I constantly um typing. And I love playing video games. So playing video games, typing certain things. Um there are days where I don't want to use my fingers. It's not worth it. Or I have become very adept at using my thumb and my ring finger on the right hand because um it's not sensitive to touch per se, because doing this does not hurt. But actually going to grab something unless I can um figure out a way to grab it down here. Think of the worst bruise um that you've ever had. You'll get that you hit it just right, and it doesn't really hurt until you get it in the right place. That's what it feels like. John Carlin: Okay, let's talk about your eye. Garrie Farrow: Yes. John Carlin: What were your symptoms initially? Garrie Farrow: Just a lot of redness. Tallahassee knowns for pollen. Uh and so I just put it off that it's the pollen. Um it is the green season, and it's uh a lot of redness. And then the conjunctive not conjunctivitis, but outside of your eyes were constantly inflamed, like, felt like I had dirt in them. And again, pollen. I just pushed that off. It wasn't until I have glasses that actually with a tent. I just lost the name of it that you go outside. The sunlight and your lenses. John Carlin: Yeah, they get darker. Yeah. Garrie Farrow: I walked outside. Even with that on, literally stopped in my tracks, uh shut my eyes, and was like, oh, my God, the Sun's too bright. My eyes literally hurt. The only way I could um describe it is like a shooting pain through my eye. And I stood there just going, oh, my. Okay, this isn't normal. John Carlin: When was that? How long ago was that? Garrie Farrow: That was probably about uh six years ago. Yeah, about six years ago. Um and again, I went to my local Icare uh provider, and it was like, yeah, this is arthritis. And was um prescribed steroid drops. Then it continued, and I was diagnosed with Uvitis and ended up getting referred to an ophthalmologist uh because I kept going to my optometrist because, of course, my glasses. And they were like, yeah, this is a Sarcodosis issue, not just, you know, you have recurring eye infection. And so that's how the eyes joined up. John Carlin: Wow. Is that controlled? Garrie Farrow: Currently, yes. Thankfully, with the eyedrops, uh uh I think I was on the eyedrops for about a year, and I go back in right now, thankfully, because the last test, uh my last exam came back fine. I'm set to not have to see them for a year, but when my eyes are unhappy, I probably see the ophthalmologist about every three months. And drops and tests I do because of the last one, has a beginning of a glaucoma in one eye because of the recurrent flares in my eyes. So we're kind of watching that. John Carlin: You said the magic word flare, which is what a lot of Sarcodosis patients fear. Garrie Farrow: Yes. John Carlin: You get everything under control, and then all of a sudden you wake up one day and things aren't right, and the Sarcodosis has become active wherever it is in somebody's body. When you just use the word flare, are you talking about flare, as in bright light hitting your eye or a flare up of the Sarcodosis in your eye? Garrie Farrow: Flare of the sarcidosis in my eye. Uh for me, the paint, it feels like a flare of a light in my eye, but my body has um flared itself. There's something in my immune system that has gone into overdrive and done its attack like it usually likes to do. John Carlin: You mentioned Humera, and that didn't work. You said, because of the bones, I think, is what you said. What is the connection between Humera and bones? Garrie Farrow: Actually, none. The only reason I was put on humor was an experiment because um the methotrexate obviously worked perfect for the lungs. But because my bones were starting to go, she was like, okay, we can't put you back on steroids, obviously. So what can we do? And at that point, um Humera. Uh it wasn't officially approved for off label use, but it was showing some impact on the immune system with patients that had Crohn's disease um and really severe, I believe IBS, um and I apologize if I'm incorrect on that one, but it was definitely used in Chrome's. She said, okay, let's try something, because obviously your body is still in overdrive. Let's find a different method to shut off uh your immune system. Humera was picked because there uh was another medication, and I'm blanking on it right now that again, it was another off label cancer medication, but there were so many other side effects, and one of them because of uh where my weight and my diabetes were. Uh she was really hesitant to use that one. So that's why Humor was used. And it was just a test to see. Would it help with my fingers? Because at this point, my options were limited. John Carlin: And uh you ran it, what, for six months? Garrie Farrow: I've been on actually a year because they said it's six months just to figure out if things are going left or right. And the first six months was to make sure my loans did not reengage, for lack of a better word, be changed in how they were going. The bones, after um six months at least, didn't show further damage. They were like this, and I'm never going to regrow the bone, but at least it didn't look like it had uh gotten worse. The reason I had to switch from Humera to the influx of Infusions is the bones remained where they were, but then I lost um the hearing in the left ear, and they're like, okay, so obviously something is not quite right again. So Humor kind of stable things, um or at least shut up my immune system enough, but not enough. So that's why I'm on infusions. John Carlin: Let's talk about your ear. What happened there. Garrie Farrow: Again? My wife and I woke up one Sunday morning with a sinus infection. I'm sorry. Through all of this with the whole eye things, I've had problems with my sinuses um um for quite a while, but it was after the eyes I ended up Sarcodosis caused me to have polyps um inside my nose and in the back of my throat had the polyps removed. They're like, yes, this is definitely sarcoidosis, but you're already on all these other medications. That's um what we would have prescribed for you. So call us back if something changes. I woke up one Sunday with a very bad sinus infection. Um the usual signs and symptoms. And that's um when I woke up that Sunday morning and my boyfriend asked me something, but he was on this side of me and I did not um hear him at all. And he thought I was mad at him. So it was later on the day, um throughout the day, he was like, okay, what did I do to make her mad at me that she wouldn't respond to me? And it wasn't until later on that day that he um asked, I said, I didn't hear you. And so he went over to that site and said something I'm like, I literally can't hear you. I had the same day appointment Monday. And they were like, oh, that's um your sinus infection. Once your sinus is clear, here's an antibiotic. Your hearing will return three weeks later. Found out um my ear hairs are fine. I have no tumor pressing on the nerve. Further research. It's just one of the uh symptoms that you get. Single sided hearing loss caused by sarcosis. John Carlin: That is just amazing to me. Garrie Farrow: Yeah. John Carlin: So you're walking around your job is you are a trainer. What kind of training do you do? Garrie Farrow: Software. Technically, the official Titles application is Trainer. Well, the full name is Electronic Health Record System. I focus more on the practice management side, but when we do major upgrades and releases, both of us end up training the doctors, the nurses uh and receptionists on how to use our system and what changes come into being. John Carlin: You have the sarcoidosis all over your body. How does that impact your ability to just live your life day to day? Garrie Farrow: It has an impact. And of course, the medication side effects play a greater role in how far I do things. The pain, like I said, it's preventing um me from I used to knit as well. I don't do that anymore because my fingers get in the way. And then eventually after time, it really hurts too. Nit I saved my typing for work so I don't play online um video games as much as I used to. Just because I need to be able to type at work. Just anything, to be honest with you, um gripping a jar to try and open it. So I bought a jar opener hearing AIDS so that I can hear on the left side. Um because the other part I realized with me not hearing, I was starting to lose how well I was enunciating words. Uh i won't call it slowing my words, but I was losing just um how well I was speaking. I parse um out my time, to be honest with you, if I know I'm going to take a trip, I don't do much before the trip and I'm definitely not doing a lot after it because I'm just that tired. And when I say trip, my doctors are in Gainesville, which is about a two and a half hour drive from where I am. And going to see a doctor is a trip. Because if I do it in a day, uh when I come back, I'm not going out to eat. I'm not doing what I usually do. John Carlin: You're not talking about going to Paris? Garrie Farrow: Yeah, I wish. I really wish. No, I'm just going to see my doctor. My father lives two and a half hours in the other uh direction. So even just that most people it's just a day trip. No, just a day trip is a lot of energy. John Carlin: The fatigue is real. Then. Do you take a lot of naps? Do you need the naps? Do you need extra sleep at night? Garrie Farrow: Yes. Problem is, you get to that point where you're so tired. Even though you lay down, you can't fall asleep certain days. I'm like that I've laid down. I would uh love to go to sleep, and I'm just that tired of where I can't. But yeah, naps are real. Naps are required. John Carlin: Wow. Um sorry. Something's going on with Zoom on. My end used to be if there's just two people, you could talk as long as you wanted. And it's now telling me that I've got that 40 minutes time limit that you used to only get when there were more than two people. And I'm afraid it's going to time out on me. I've still got a lot more things I want to ask you. Speaker UNK: Sure. John Carlin: Let's end this meeting and go back um and click that same link again and see if it'll let us start another one. Speaker UNK: Absolutely. John Carlin: And if it doesn't, I'll go in and I'll get another link and send um it to you. Just watch your email. Speaker UNK: Okay. John Carlin: All right. So I'm going to end it and then let's click the link and see if we can rejoin. Speaker UNK: Okay. Perfect. Garrie Farrow: Okay. John Carlin: All um right. Garrett, you're doing a lot of work with the foundation for Sarcoidosis Research, as we mentioned just a moment ago. And one of them is you're on the Women of Color committee. For people who aren't up to speed on that, what is that? Committee's responsibility? Garrie Farrow: Sarcasm actually impacts the African American women. I was going to African American community, and it does. Uh but women are more impacted by the disease that if there's going to be a higher hospitalization rate, higher mortality rate, it impacts African American women about up to 13 times more often than African uh American men, even though they are impacted by the disease. Unfortunately, my sister died um from her circuit is three years ago. That's um what made me um join FSR. John Carlin: We buried the lead. I'm so sorry. Garrie Farrow: That's um okay. No, actually, it's not that I don't talk about it, but it's really uh the reason I joined FSR and why I applied in the first place, because um of her experience, um the difference between her experience and mine. When I saw the Women of Color committee come up, that really made me go, okay, I need to be a part of this because of her experience and mine and just in general uh and talking with different African American people and some of our residents and going um to see a physician, I don't want to say it's lack of exposure um to certain diseases and a lot of us are more prone to I'm always tired. I don't feel well. I don't have time to go to the doctor. So he's just going to tell me or she's just going to tell me what I already know. So I'm just not going to go. And I wanted to be a part of that committee to help get more word out there that this is not a disease, that you can just be like, oh, it'll be fine. I'm tired. I'll be tired tomorrow. I'll be tired next week. Let's just wait it out. Um and it's this disease. You cannot just wait. The longer you wait, the more damage that's done. And you can't recover from that damage. Once it's damaged, it is damaged. So that's what made me decide to join up. John Carlin: What was your sister's name? Garrie Farrow: Sharon. Sharon. John Carlin: And she had pulmonary sarcoidosis. Garrie Farrow: Pulmonary and skin. She never went in and got diagnosed for skin, but the spots on her face, um like you have the exact same thing. Go see a dermatologist. Don't have time, don't feel good. From the city that we were from. Um and her doctor uh only used prednisone. Steroids was their fallback. Even when with my methodrest state, when I realized what it was doing for uh me, I was on the road from Gainesville back home, calling her. Go see your doctor, get methotrexy. I promise you, it impacted her lungs away. I'm not sure if it was just due to time. She was a year and a half older than I was, so I'm not sure if it's just due to age, just due to um if Sarcodosis had been passing or a whole lot longer. Um so, yeah, by the time they caught it, by the time with steroids, her lungs couldn't take it literally. At the end, they said that we could um not use any more medication to get any of the fluid off of her lungs. Her lungs are filling up faster than we can get it off of her. And that's what actually killed her. John Carlin: Oh, that must have been so sad. Garrie Farrow: It was devastating on the family, because that's not what's supposed to happen. As my father said, you're not supposed to bury your children. So it was hard. John Carlin: So you stepped up and reached out to the foundation for Sarcodosis Research, even though you had been dealing with Sark yourself for a good long time at that point, yes. And so now you are a fellow advocate, and our role as advocates is to help other Sarcidosis patients. Garrie Farrow: Yes. John Carlin: You're on the Women of Color committee. You're on the patient advisory committee with me. And are uh you a Navigator as well? Garrie Farrow: I've um applied to be a Navigator. The application is uh closed in a couple of weeks, I believe. John Carlin: Okay, so what does it feel like these days when your job is outreach and counseling other people with Sarcoidosis, and what do you say to them? Garrie Farrow: It's a weird sensation, to be honest, because um it's not where I saw my life going. Even though I'm a trainer, I'm an introvert. And training for me is easy because I'm talking about the software. It's not talking about me in working with FSR, doing the advocacy. Um it's a different place for me to be because I'm talking about yes, I'm talking about the disease, but I'm talking about my experience with it. So it's pushing me outside myself in ways that I'm not usually used to, even though I do speak publicly for a living. So it's a different place. But I have to um admit that I do like it because getting the word out about psychedosis helps. Unfortunately, my coworker, I think she's okay with it because um I was so vocal about it at work. She was running into some health issues and was diagnosed with pulmonary psychnosis end of last year. Yeah. And it was just like, oh, okay. I'm sad that you're part of my club, but I'm glad you got diagnosed. Right. Because otherwise she was having some interesting things that kept coming and um went and had a biopsy. John Carlin: So many people say they don't know anybody else that has sarcidosis. You had a sister and now you got a coworker. Garrie Farrow: Yes. John Carlin: It's amazing. So your coworker is doing okay? Garrie Farrow: Yes. She's currently on methotrexate, and I think the last time they did uh the CT scan, things were looking good and they were going to keep her on the same dose. But she's in the first six months. I believe so, yeah. She's got that the milestones to hit before you can really say things are going well. John Carlin: Is she also an African American woman? Garrie Farrow: No. John Carlin: Okay. So it uh just keeps on coming then. But I'm sure that she was curious because she had you as a resource. Garrie Farrow: Yes. And it was one of those kind of different um conversations because it's not like she works in my Department, but she's not like a close coworker. So it was one of these we had to kind of talk to you for a second. And she goes, yeah, I'm going in. And I don't know quite what to do or what to expect. So I put on the FSR hat. So the first thing you need to do is go out to the FSR website, go to stocksoccervices.org, have your husband go out there as well, because your life is going to change, even though you haven't been feeling well and it's already been changing. If any medications are involved, then please don't do steroids. Do some, see what you can do. Your life is going to change and how it impacts you and your family. And she's got grandchildren. Um and you need to do this research now and don't think it can only stay within the loans. You need to think whole uh body. Don't just discount. Well, I'm older. This must be arthritis pain. It's like maybe it is, maybe it isn't. John Carlin: Uh are you doing support groups or anything like that? Garrie Farrow: I'm not. I thought about it, and my introvert little Gremlin was like. John Carlin: Um. Garrie Farrow: Uh I thought about it and looked and um I think this is the introvert part. There's nothing local to me. And so I was just like, okay, I never um done the next step. John Carlin: I was down the road a little bit with starting. We were going to have an event and maybe have a support group grow out of that here in my region in Roanoke, Virginia. And then the pandemic hit and everything got canceled. And that was also about the time I started the podcast for me. I kind of feel like the podcast is my support group because people are listening to you right now, and they're hearing what you're saying. They're hearing what you're going through. And at least if they're looking for answers, they're hearing some of what is normal if there is such a thing with Sarca Dosis. So they may have similar symptoms or similar issues with the prednisone or with the methytrexate or with the ramicade you've mentioned all these things are things that I've been on as uh well. Initially. I'm just curious because you um said for a long time you didn't reach out to FSR and you wrote an op Ed for your local paper, and you said you didn't really research Sarquidosis at first. Was it because you just didn't want to know? Or you just kind of trusted your doctors to know what needed to be known and you were going to take your medication and go on with your life, go back to that time and think what was going on with you then? Garrie Farrow: I trusted my doctor in that stage one. And again, my problem was I was so focused in on leukemia. That was my fear. And I had come home, and I found one dot Gov website that mentioned sarcoidosis and lung involvement. I was like, okay, but leukemia was huge. So once I got that diagnosis of sarcoidosis, I was so relieved that it wasn't leukemia that uh I didn't push further on myself or the doctor. Because, of course, now hindsight being 2020, even stage one, I um should have said, Excuse me, are we sure I don't need to do something else? Anything else. I didn't even think about getting um a second opinion. And even the only thing I will say, thankfully, when I went back to um my primary and she told me she didn't know anything about Psychro dosage and couldn't answer any of my questions and go see the surgeon, I ended up switching to an internist who knew about Sarcodosis. Uh but even then again, I put that trust in the physicians, um didn't educate myself on it until things started changing. John Carlin: Yeah. And then all of a sudden, you jump in. I hear the same thing from people that and it can be kind of scary. I've been on some of the online threads where people just say such terrible, awful things about what's going on with Sarcodosis, but they're not saying it in a reasonable, thoughtful way, which isn't their job to do that. But I just didn't want to see it, and I didn't want to know. Terrible disease, terrible medication, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And then it would just stop. There wasn't any further explanation because people were just typing responses to one another, almost like reading a Facebook thread on a controversial issue, and people were just going after each other. Garrie Farrow: And nobody's talking about that. Okay, yes, sarcoidosis is not a fun disease, but there are ways to function that yes, your life has changed, but this is not this is not the end of it. There's other things that you can do. Nobody likes to put that on the thread. That's not as interesting when you're looking at posts, right? John Carlin: Yeah. People just have to be so sensational with their posts, but they're probably on that thread because they're either bored or mad or both. And so you're seeing the worst of I just stopped looking, honestly. But I found that I probably should have looked further faster. And I'm hearing you say the same thing. Garrie Farrow: Absolutely. And I'll admit because I was surprised that I didn't know how long um FSR had been around. That when I started searching for sarcoidosis. Originally, I only got the Gov um sites, Medline, WebMD, and I just lost the name of the other one that has a symptom um checker on it that no doctor loves. And uh I did not start finding out about FSR until I probably was starting to search. Every week I would go out and just um Sarcodosis, pulmonary Sarcodosis. Let me see what I can find, because this is ridiculous, that I know it's rare. And at that time, I think it was 200,000 in the US were being affected. But there has to be more. There has to be more that this um can't be just this couple of sites. And luck was on my side and FSR popped up because I was starting to get to that point to where I think I've been doing that for about a couple of months. Uh i was starting to get frustrated because the information was always the same short little info or like you said, the posts that were just depressing me, making feel like, okay, I'm not going to die tomorrow, but I'm going to pass soon. I don't want to hear this anymore, uh but I found that it's our site. John Carlin: Right. Is there anything else you want to add to this conversation? I appreciate you kind of bearing your soul here with our listeners. Garrie Farrow: Honestly, if one person okay, not one. But if um more people would, if you're ever finding yourself going, okay, this is discounting your own symptoms and you're thinking, well, it must just be allergies, oh, I'm just tired. And I'm always tired. Sarcoidosis doesn't just impact the lungs. The um heart can be impacted. Your eyes, the skin, bones, you name it. It can um impact the body. And even with I don't have time, I don't have the energy. Just go to that one appointment and talk to your physician, um even if you're not the one having the symptoms. Everybody talks to their friends, everybody talks to their family. And you always hear that common issue with that family member, with that friend, talk to them, get them to go. Because even if it's not Sarcodosis, it could be anything and everything else they need to go in and be seen. And it's not to say that don't trust your doctors, um but if they tell you, okay, we think you have this or we have confirmed this diagnosis. Do your research go out there? The internet is huge. Yes. You're going to run into some information that's when you do more research just because you found one answer, you found one source you don't stick with just that one source. You look at everything as much as you can and get that knowledge for yourself so you know what you're going to have to live with and that helps better prepare you for your next office visit. John Carlin: Find a doctor that is a specialist in sarcoidosis. Yes, there are lots of doctors who may have one or two Sarcoidosis patients. That's not the same thing. Garrie Farrow: No, not even close to it. As you are well aware, Sarcidosis is so varied that there's a commonality amongst all of us. But how sarcadosis impacts you is different than how it impacts me and yes, it is a disease of granuloma but how your body takes that granuloma you really need someone who has a breadth of knowledge not just like you said, one or two Z is not enough knowledge for this disease, right? John Carlin: thank you for joining me on the Sarfighter podcast. Garrie Farrow: Thank you thank you for having me. I love listening to you. I've watched your podcast before so this is fantastic. This was fun. John Carlin: Great. Thanks. Garrie Farrow: Thanks. Bye.

New Manager Media, Manage Right from the Start
Do You Have to Hang Out with THAT Person? | DFS 192

New Manager Media, Manage Right from the Start

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 12:02


Get all the inside secrets and tools you need to help you develop your intuitive and leadership skills so are on the path to the highest level of success with ease.  There are people in our lives that aren't as pleasant to be around as others.  Let's talk about how to minimize those interactions and reduce the stress.  In this episode you will learn: Do you truly have to be around them How to minimize the time Is it really that big of a deal Listen in as Jennifer Takagi, founder of Takagi Consulting, 5X time Amazon.Com Best Selling-Author, Certified Soul Care Coach, Certified Jack Canfield Success Principle Trainer, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst and Facilitator of the DISC Behavioral Profiles, Certified Change Style Indicator Facilitator, Law of Attraction Practitioner, and Certified Coaching Specialist - leadership entrepreneur, speaker and trainer, shares the lessons she's learned along the way.  Each episode is designed to give you the tools, ideas, and inspiration to lead with integrity. Humor is a big part of Jennifer's life, so expect a few puns and possibly some sarcasm.  Tune in for a motivational guest, a story or tips to take you even closer to that success you've been coveting.  Please share the episodes that inspired you the most and be sure to leave a comment.   Book a call to see how we might work together:  https://link.clickautomations.com/widget/appointment/clarity-clearing/discovery-call (Book a call) Official Website: http://www.takagiconsulting.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennifertakagi/ Facebook: facebook.com/takagiconsulting Wishing you the best, Jennifer Takagi Speaker, Trainer, Author Connect with me on the Destined for Success Podcast Connect with me on Facebook: https://facebook.com/takagiconsulting Connect with me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/jennifertakagi Connect with me on Youtube: http://youtube.com/jennifertakagi PS: We would love to hear from you! For questions, coaching, or to book interviews, please email my team at Jennifer@takagiconsulting.com

kicker News
kicker News vom 23.5.2022, 10:30 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 1:53


Breitenreiter wird neuer Trainer in Hoffenheim, HSV will Aufstieg in erste Bundesliga perfekt machen, Doppelpacker Gündogan schießt ManCity zum Titel, Deutsche U 17 steht bei EM im Viertelfinale

It's Super Effective: A Pokémon Podcast
Holes in the Pokémon HOME Update

It's Super Effective: A Pokémon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 95:23


The Pokémon HOME 2.0 Update is here! We talk about what works and what doesn't work in this update. Seems like Alpha is preserved, but Spinda is forever stuck in BD/SP. Niantic makes the Pokémon GO community upset again by removing the discount for the 3 Remote Raid Pass bundle. To compromise, Niantic added better rewards for in-person raids to encourage Trainer to go outside and not rely on Remote Raids. Finally, we see some powerful cards in the Pokémon GO TCG Expansion coming this July. 00:00:20 - Introduction00:02:10 - Season of Alola Ending 00:08:40 - Gifting Tickets00:10:00 - Amazon Prime00:13:00 - Remote Raid Pass Pricing 00:44:50 - Break00:49:20 - Pokémon GO TCG Expansion00:57:40 - Pokémon HOME 2.0 Update 01:22:50 - Question of the Week01:30:30 - Pokémon of the Week01:34:00 - Post Credits

Näh deinen Stil
#127: Phase 1: Unsicher

Näh deinen Stil

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 29:49


Manchmal löst eine kleine Frage oder ein Nebensatz etwas ganz Neues aus. Die Frage, die das bei mir gemacht hat, wurde mir in einem Webinar eines Business-Beraters gestellt: “Welche Phasen durchlaufen deine Kundinnen?” hieß sie. Und im Groben dachte ich eigentlich, ich wüsste eine Antwort darauf. Aber als wir uns im Team intensiver mit der Frage auseinandergesetzt haben, merkten wir, da braucht es mehr Klarheit. Wir haben lange überlegt und diskutiert und sind auf 5 Phasen gekommen, die unsere Kundinnen durchlaufen. Alle 5 haben ganz viel mit Unsicher und Sicherheit zu tun. Sie lauten: Unsicher, farb-sicher, outfit-sicher, stil-sicher, selbst-sicher Passend dazu haben wir ein Quiz (klicke ganz oben “Mache den Test”) entwickelt, damit du auch herausfinden kannst, wo du stehst. In dieser Podcast-Episode geht es um Phase 1: Unsicher. In dieser Einstiegsphase: sehr bunt oder viel schwarz, Grau, Beige Nummer sicher?  Für viel Abwechslung braucht es viele Farben und Stilrichtungen Aber letztendlich findest du dich immer wieder unglücklich vor dem Spiegel wieder Immer wieder neues Oberteil zur Hose → Experimente verunsichern Sieht das gut aus?? Nummer sicher: Jeans und Shirt/ Bluse Wie ein richtiges Outfit machen? Accessoires? Fühlst dich langweilig gekleidet. Hast das Gefühl, dass andere Frauen das immer besser können als du Vergleichsfalle Die anderen sehen schöner, attraktiver, stilvoller gekleidet aus Muss man damit auf die Welt gekommen sein? Du bewunderst Frauen mit Stil Hättest gerne ein Scheibchen davon Vielleicht beschäftigt sich die Freundin schon von klein auf mit Mode? Hat ein stärkeres Selbstbewusstsein? Haltung sagt ja auch viel aus Oder lassen sich beraten Haben ein Konzept Thema Problemzonen → Fokus auf die Makel Taille verschwunden, Oberschenkel dicker, Haut nicht mehr so straff Ähnlich, wenn du Fotos von dir siehst Selbstkritisch sein kannst du Fällt dir schwer: Hey, gut siehst du aus. Shoppen, Auswahl von Nähprojekten nicht leichter Altes Beuteschema oder neue Versuche scheitern Hoffnung: endlich mal was richtig Tolles, einen Hingucker haben oder endlich stilvoll aussehen Das eine Teil führt wieder dazu, dass du Mühe hast, Kombiteile zu finden Euphorie schnell vorbei Warum schaffst du es nicht, dich abwechslungsreich zu kleiden? Und dich dabei wie du selbst zu fühlen? Da hat dann auch die Verkäuferin, die dich beraten hat, nicht wirklich weitergeholfen. Perfektion aus dem Kopf streichen Ein Einzelteil kann auch erstmal nicht sooo super erscheinen, aber möglicherweise braucht es eine kleine Abwandlung oder Kombipartner Perspektivwechsel: Mit jedem guten Teil, das du gezielt hinzufügst, wird das große Ganze immer besser. Weil du weißt, dass du darin gut aussiehst Lerne das Potenzial eines Kleidungsstücks zu erkennen.  Selbst genäht noch schlimmer: Zeit, Energie Ich kriegs echt nicht hin!? Dabei hast du so tolle Teile an Frauen auf Instagram und Co gesehen.  Orientierst dich, aber es sieht an ihnen besser aus Mut fehlt. Ausprobieren Es liegt an der Figur Veränderung durch Hormone, Gewichtsschwankungen Macht keinen Spaß, weil nichts passt Es liegt am Alter Was kleidet dich jetzt?  Großes Fragezeichen? Frustriert, dass Altes nicht mehr passt. Du möchtest doch positiv von anderen wahrgenommen werden Partner, Kompliment, flirtender Blick Du weißt, dass noch mehr geht  Wo anfangen? Keine Lust auf Frust Komfortzone verlassen ist schwierig Vor dem Kleiderschrank in der Früh: wie passt das jetzt zusammen? Gefühlt Puzzleteile, die nicht zusammenpassen Passt die graue Bluse zur gelben Hose? Lieber die marineblaue Hose. Aber grau? Dann lieber Nummer sicher: weiß Fühlt sich aber auch nicht Bombe an Jeder Tag ist eine neue Chance, deine Kleidung neu zu kombinieren Oder auch bewährte Kombis zu wiederholen Club: üben durch Fotos, Feedback Nicht die Frauen, die die Kurse und Unterlagen so oft geguckt und gelesen haben, sind am erfolgreichsten, sondern die, die sich zeigen, die sich ausprobieren!  Sie sammeln nämlich Erfahrungen.  Bauen sich einen Schatz an Outfitkombinationen auf, die sie fotografieren und auf die sie zurückgreifen können, wenn sie mal keine Inspiration vor dem Kleiderschrank haben. Mach Fotos von dir Vergleiche deine eigenen Fotos Stilmuskel trainieren Trainer und Trainingspartner Nicht alleine gehen Um bei kommenden Einladungen gewappnet zu sein Morgens mit Leichtigkeit auszuwählen Zeigen wer du bist Wetter/Anlass/Stimmung Du bist nicht allein! Mode und Stil kann viel einfacher für dich werden! Das sagen wir so leicht, für viele Frauen ist es aber genau das Gegenteil: Frustrierend, kompliziert, manchmal sogar schmerzhaft. Deine Verunsicherung kann so viele Gründe haben: Dein Körper hat sich stark verändert und die Kleidungsstücke passen deshalb nicht mehr so richtig, du fühlst dich von den Erwartungen anderer unter Druck gesetzt oder du lässt dich Trends und Werbung leicht verführen. Trau dich und mach den ersten Schritt und werde Farb-Sicher mit deinem Farb-Fitting. ____ ALLGEMEIN Erfahre mehr über meinen Club: https://naehdeinenstil.com/ Hier kannst du nach Schnittmustern und auf meinem Blog stöbern: https://ellepuls.com Und wenn du einfach schön und selbstbewusst in deinen Farben strahlen möchtest, dann besuche unsere Farb-Fitterie. Denn dort kannst dir bequem, in nur wenigen Schritten von zu Hause deinen Farbfächer bestellen.  Dein Erfolg beim Nähen soll lange anhalten. Nicht nur an der Nähmaschine, sondern auch beim Tragen deiner selbst genähten Garderobe.  Elle Puls auf Instagram https://instagram.com/ellepuls/ https://www.instagram.com/farb_fitterie/ https://www.instagram.com/naehdeinenstil/   Elle Puls auf Pinterest https://www.pinterest.de/pulsinchen/ Elle Puls auf Facebook http://facebook.com/ellepuls

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show
CHASING GREATNESS with Drew Brees | Ep. 250

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 35:51


Ep. 250 already! WOW-O-WOW. What happens if you've achieved greatness in one career, retire, and then embark on a new journey? Not always as easy as it sounds but one that is often necessary when going into your “2nd curve” in life. Does leaving one career for another career mean your pursuit of greatness is complete…or just beginning?    On today's IMPACT SHOW, future NFL Hall-of-Fame QB Drew Brees talks about “chasing greatness” in his new walks of life: business, broadcasting, philanthropy, and even being a father. While Drew & NBC parted ways just days after this recording, this does not mean his broadcast days are over. As a matter of fact, they may be just beginning. Listen in to hear his thoughts, mentality, and what's exciting him in his post-football career.   Specifically, here is what Drew and I talk about on the Show: - The “rookie mentality” when in a new career and how this can be an advantage. - Drew's definition of greatness and its key elements. - Setting daily “non-negotiables” and making sure you stick by them during the difficult times in life. - Paralysis by Analysis and why it's important to get into a “flow” state. - How to stay in the moment when there is so much busyness and chaos going on. - What's next for Drew?   I hope you enjoy this episode and tune in for the full “Chasing Greatness” series. I know you are going to love it and be inspired to release your inner greatness. 2 things:   1. Please SHARE this episode and your excitement for this series. Snap a photo of the cover of the podcast or you with your headphones on, post it on your SM, and tag me.    2. Join our #30DaysOfGreatness Challenge. Pick ONE thing you want to be GREAT at over the next 30-days, share it on social media, tag me and let's LIGHT-UP the universe with YOUR greatness that's waiting to be shared with the world.   Again, if you find value in today's IMPACT Show, please share it on Facebook, IG or text the link to a friend, family member, or colleague who would benefit from hearing it. This will help fulfill our mission to spread positive IMPACT worldwide and make this world a better place to be. Be GREAT today!   Please Tag and follow me on social media: IG: @ToddDurkin  Twitter: @ToddDurkin FB: @ToddDurkinFQ10   #30DayOfGreatness   Follow Drew Brees: IG: @DrewBrees  FB: @DB9NFL Brees Dream Foundation: www.DrewBrees.com  Time Stamps:   (:55) Todd introduces the Chasing Greatness with Drew Brees episode    (3:20) Drew talks about his professional transition into broadcasting & his new chase for greatness   (7:09)  Advice Drew received from sports commentator, Mike Tirico   (10:14) The importance of preparation   (13:16)  Drew talks about the challenges of transitioning to a new career, post-professional football   (15:50) Peak performance and prolonging your prime    (17:19)  Drew defines what greatness means to him   (18:42)  How Drew starts & finishes each day to accomplish his goals   (20:15)  Drew's non-negotiables in his schedule   (21:19)  What greatness is Drew chasing post his football career   (23:28)  Drew shares how he is discovering his next level   (26:16)  Drew's secret to compartmentalizing life & staying in the moment   (27:42)  Drew talks about being a “professional athlete” dad to kids who play sports   (29:45)  One fun thing that people don't know about Drew Brees      Noteworthy Quotes from this Episode:   “When you are young, your body is beautiful and your brain is mush. When you become older your brain becomes beautiful and your body becomes mush. Peak performance happens somewhere in between. ” ~ Derek Smith     Join the TD Community for FREE: Simply text me “IMPACT” to 619-304-2216 and you are on your way to receiving exclusive content and even more motivation & inspiration. Sign-up TODAY!     ** Get the God-Sized Dreams Planner now for just $20.00. Go to www.ToddDurkin.com and do your “10 forms of wealth” and “3-in-30”. Offer good until May 31st.   ** IMPACT Scholarships for graduating HS seniors around the U.S. are now available. Go to www.ToddDurkin.com and apply today. Deadline to apply is May 31st. Please forward this information to ANY graduating HS senior you know.     Please keep your questions coming so I can highlight you on the podcast!!  If you have a burning question and want to be featured on the IMPACT show, go to www.todddurkin.com/podcast, fill out the form, and submit your questions!      Don't forget that if you want more keys to unlock your potential and propel your success, you can order my book GET YOUR MIND RIGHT at www.todddurkin.com/getyourmindright or anywhere books are sold.   Get Your Mind Right now available on AUDIO: https://christianaudio.com/get-your-mind-right-todd-durkin-audiobook-download   Want more Motivation and Inspiration?? Sign up for my newsletter The TD Times that comes out on the 10th of every month full of great content  www.todddurkin.com     ABOUT: Todd Durkin is one of the world's leading coaches, trainers, and motivators. It's no secret why some of the world's top athletes have trained with him for nearly two decades. He's a best-selling author, a motivational speaker, and founded the legendary Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego, CA. He currently coaches fellow trainers, coaches, and life-transformers in his Todd Durkin Mastermind group. Here, he mentors and shares his 25-years of wisdom in the industry on business, leadership, marketing, training, and personal growth.   Todd was a coach on the NBC & Netflix show “STRONG.” He's a previous Jack LaLanne Award winner, a 2-time Trainer of the Year. Todd and his wife Melanie head up the Durkin IMPACT Foundation (501-c-3) that has raised over $250,000 since it started in 2013. 100% of all proceeds go back to kids and families in need. To learn more about Todd, visit www.ToddDurkin.com and www.FitnessQuest10.com.   Join his fire-breathing dragons' community and receive regular motivational and inspirational emails. Visit www.ToddDurkin.com and opt-in to receive his value-rich content.   Connect with Todd online in the following places: You can listen to Todd's podcast, The IMPACT Show, by going to www.todddurkin.com/podcast.   You can get any of his books by clicking here!  (Get Your Mind Right, WOW BOOK, The IMPACT Body Plan)

Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth
Know Where to Begin When Writing and Publishing Your Book, with Chandler Bolt

Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 29:00


Chandler Bolt is an investor, the CEO of Self-Publishing School & SelfPublishing.com, Forbes 30 Under 30, and the author of 7 bestselling books including his most recent book titled “Published.”.Self Publishing School has been an INC 5000 company for the last 3 years in a row as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the US.
He is also the host of “7-Figure Principles” podcast and “Self Publishing School” podcast.
Episode Summary - Everybody desires to write a book, but most of them don't even know where to begin. And for those who know where to start, it becomes difficult for them to navigate the best way to publish their books
Knowing where to begin, how to begin, and what to begin with is the essential direction of an ambitious author.
There are key guidelines and factors that should be considered to make your book writing and publishing skills outstanding.
In this episode, Chandler bolt shares some nuggets on how to write and publish your book without making the process complicated.
“Don't compare someones finish line to your starting line”
Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:49] Chandler shares his journey and how he started.[04:17] Chandler's three biggest tips for writing a book[06:49] Chandler talks about publishing a book - What is the biggest hurdle for most authors, and what are The steps to publish a book?[08:11] Chandler talks about why he recommends self-publishing and when you should opt for traditional publishing.[11:24] The greatest skillsets/ superpowers that have helped Chandler in his entrepreneurship journey.[12:44] The things that spear-headed the success of Chandler's superpowers[18:26] The greatest accomplishments that Chandler is super proud of.[20:00] Challenges Chandler has faced in his entrepreneurial journey and how he worked himself through them[25:12] What does working from your happy place means to Chandler.[26:20] Chandler's advice to upcoming entrepreneurs, authors, and leaders.[27:25] New and exciting things Chandler is working on and how they can benefit you as a listener.
How to Connect with Chandler Bolt:Website - https://self-publishingschool.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/chandlerbolt/Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Chandler-Bolt/e/B00GM19IKY%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_shareTwitter- https://twitter.com/self_pub_school Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/chandler.bolt1About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system.Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. Over the last 20 years, she has been expertly building her speaking and consulting business, Step Into Success. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/stepintosuccessLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stepintosuccess/Website - www.workfromyourhappyplace.com

The Mind Muscle Project
1065: Low Carb Diets, Science Of SARMS & Why BCAA's Suck

The Mind Muscle Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 29:03


Partners supporting this show: ACTIVATED NUTRIENTS: https://themindmuscleproject.com/activated Check out our YOUTUBE Channel: https://youtu.be/4tHG3mSSM5E Check out our training programs: https://themindmuscleproject.com/programs Our episode sponsors: https://themindmuscleproject.com/partners Ask Questions on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themindmuscleproject/?hl=en Subscribe for email Updates: https://themindmuscleproject.com/newsletter New Fitness Business Podcast, In The Black: https://spoti.fi/3AlTx8n See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Data And Analytics in Business
E101 - Mark Burnard - Shift to Data as a Product, Leverage In-Business Expertise to Scale Analytics

Data And Analytics in Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 49:16


As the world becomes more and more digitised, data has become one of the most valuable resources on earth. And as organisations race to keep up with the latest trends and tech, many are turning to data analytics as a way to gain an edge on their competitors. However, simply having access to data is no longer enough. In order to truly maximise its value, organisations are starting to see data as a product in and of itself. This shift towards “Data as a Product” represents a fundamental change in the way businesses operate. Meet Mark Burnard Mark's Role as a Data Analytics Leader at Amazon Web Services Mark Burnard is a Principal Solution Architect and Data & Analytics Specialist at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Launched in 2006, AWS began exposing key infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services -- now widely known as cloud computing. Today, AWS provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world. Mark's Other Work in Data Governance and Advisory ​ Besides Mark's role with Amazon Web Services, he is also a Trainer in Data Governance at AlphaZetta, authoring and presenting a customisable 1 to 2 day masterclass. He is the Strategic Advisor at Invia - a specialist software and solution provider with an exclusive focus on the Telecommunications industry - and an Advisor at The Data People. Finally, Mark is the Author of the book, Data Governance for Everyone: A practical guide to unlocking the value in Digital Transformation. Mark has over 20 years' experience helping organisations get more value from their data. After starting his career as a Business Analyst at Telstra, Mark moved on to work with Affin Bank, Malaysia Airlines, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, Sydney Water, IAG, the University of Sydney, DataRobot, and more. Data Platforms, Data Products, and Data Lake Architecture In this exclusive analytics podcast episode, Mark shares: The evolution of data platforms, from 1970s Data Warehouses, 2005 Big Data, 2010 Data Lakes, Data Democratisation, to 2019 Data Products The challenges involved in building data platforms The need to scale Data Access Federating data governance Fast, easy, and curated access to governed datasets Shielding end users from unneeded complexity Overcoming challenges with a proper data lake architecture Data engineers to data product owners How data product owners are consuming analytics and machine learning Shifting the mindset of data owners A use case for outsourcing the building of data products If you are a data analytics professional looking to shift to data as a product and leverage in-business expertise to scale analytics, this is the episode you do not want to miss out on. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/analyticsshow/message

Der SPORT1 Doppelpass
Der STAHLWERK Doppelpass vom 22.05. mit Markus Krösche und Hasan Salihamidzic

Der SPORT1 Doppelpass

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 113:31


Gäste: Markus Krösche, Hasan Salihamidzic, Martin Quast, Alfred Draxler, Basti Red und Stefan Effenberg Für alle, die den Doppelpass verpasst haben. Hier gibt es jeden Sonntag die aktuelle Ausgabe zum Nachhören als Podcast.   Themen - wir küren die großen Gewinner bei uns im Doppelpass 1.) Pokal-Sieger: Talk und Schalte mit Champions aus Berlin (hoffentlich...) 2.) Meister: Talk mit Salihamidzic über alle Bayern-Themen und Zukunftsvisionen, Personalien (Lewandowski, Gnabry, Neuer, Tolisso, Gravenberch, Kalajdzic, Dembele, ...) und natürlich auch über seine Transferbilanz insgesamt und über ihn persönlich 3.) Europa-League-Sieger: der Wahnsinn hat einen Namen: Eintracht Frankfurt. Wir drehen die Geschichte weiter, die Frage lautet: wie geht es mit den EURO-Helden weiter? Was bedeutet das für den Klub, für die Struktur, das Image, die sportliche Führung, den Trainer, die Mannschaft... 4.) Relegations-Halbzeit-Sieger HSV: Schafft der Traditionsklub aus Hamburg im vierten Anlauf die Rückkehr in die Bundesliga? 5.) Trainer-Beben und die Folgen: Wer wird der Gewinner des Trainerbebens? Sprich: wer wird neuer Trainer in Gladbach, Hoffenheim, Augsburg... Weinzierl und Kovac kurz vor fix... 6.) Effes Sieger: wir machen ein Ranking: Wer ist der Trainer der Saison und der Spieler der Saison. Effe lüftet seine Rangliste. 7.) und wir fragen die Zuschauer in unserer Frage der Woche: wer ist für Sie "Trainer des Jahres"? Glasner, Streich, Tedesco, Fischer, Baumgart, Büskens, Nagelsmann...

Fußball – meinsportpodcast.de
Der STAHLWERK Doppelpass vom 22.05. mit Markus Krösche und Hasan Salihamidzic

Fußball – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 113:31


Gäste: Markus Krösche, Hasan Salihamidzic, Martin Quast, Alfred Draxler, Basti Red und Stefan Effenberg Für alle, die den Doppelpass verpasst haben. Hier gibt es jeden Sonntag die aktuelle Ausgabe zum Nachhören als Podcast.   Themen - wir küren die großen Gewinner bei uns im Doppelpass 1.) Pokal-Sieger: Talk und Schalte mit Champions aus Berlin (hoffentlich...) 2.) Meister: Talk mit Salihamidzic über alle Bayern-Themen und Zukunftsvisionen, Personalien (Lewandowski, Gnabry, Neuer, Tolisso, Gravenberch, Kalajdzic, Dembele, ...) und natürlich auch über seine Transferbilanz insgesamt und über ihn persönlich 3.) Europa-League-Sieger: der Wahnsinn hat einen Namen: Eintracht Frankfurt. Wir drehen die Geschichte weiter, die Frage lautet: wie geht es mit den EURO-Helden weiter? Was bedeutet das für den Klub, für die Struktur, das Image, die sportliche Führung, den Trainer, die Mannschaft... 4.) Relegations-Halbzeit-Sieger HSV: Schafft der Traditionsklub aus Hamburg im vierten Anlauf die Rückkehr in die Bundesliga? 5.) Trainer-Beben und die Folgen: Wer wird der Gewinner des Trainerbebens? Sprich: wer wird neuer Trainer in Gladbach, Hoffenheim, Augsburg... Weinzierl und Kovac kurz vor fix... 6.) Effes Sieger: wir machen ein Ranking: Wer ist der Trainer der Saison und der Spieler der Saison. Effe lüftet seine Rangliste. 7.) und wir fragen die Zuschauer in unserer Frage der Woche: wer ist für Sie "Trainer des Jahres"? Glasner, Streich, Tedesco, Fischer, Baumgart, Büskens, Nagelsmann...

Alberto Crane Show
Alberto Crane Show #203 Rikki Toth - CELEBRITY TRAINER

Alberto Crane Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 56:35


The very talented Rikki is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, was a Sprinter for the Slovakian National Team, speaks multiple languages and a lot more! Great to sit down with my brother Rikki and hear his journey from Slovakia to Los Angeles.

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
I Ask, They Answer with trainer Dale Romans & turf writer Tim Wilkin - May 21, 2022

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 20:41


'I Ask, They Answer' with trainer Dale Romans & turf writer Tim Wilkin presented by the University of Louisville Equine Industry Program in the College of Business.

Steve Dale's Pet World
SDPW: Show #898

Steve Dale's Pet World

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 43:07


The weather is wonderful again and you might just want to get out to the dog park. But what precautions should you take? Is your pet right for the dog park? Robin Bennett is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer and she has tips on having fun and staying safe. We're celebrating National Pet Month with Dr. Kurt Venator, Chief Veterinary Officer at Purina. We talk about Purina's commitment to the Purple Leash Project, which is helping fund rehabs so that domestic violence shelters can become pet-friendly. Steve helps listeners by phone and email.

My Steps to Sobriety
10in10 Dianne Simboro: Don't Confuse New Love and Early Stages of Abuse!

My Steps to Sobriety

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 11:19


Stairway to heaven or highway to hell? Dianne Simboro is a Master Coach, Trainer, Behavioural Profiler and Hypnotherapist. She established Family Violence Mindset Solutions and How to Thrive After Family Violence to teach survivors of family violence strategies to fast-track their recovery process and how to recognise the strategies of perpetrators of violence. Dianne had an interracial marriage and started out in a small West African country where she didn't speak the language, didn't understand the culture and stood out in a crowd. But in just 12 months she created a successful but small Art Business starting from scratch, all while being pregnant with her first daughter. After an abusive marriage that lasted 27 years and another 10 years spent working with survivors of family violence, Dianne found that once women were able to recognise the strategies used by their abusers, they had the tools needed to eliminate all of the hooks that were once used as a means of control over them and they could avoid getting caught again. But it became very clear to Dianne that new love and the early stages of abuse are almost identical and it was necessary to help women clearly distinguish the difference between the two. Step 1. The woman is looking for love. She looks at only one person at a time. The abuser is looking for his next victim Step 2. The woman is on her best behavior. She's wanting to show that she regards what she regards as her best qualities in order to impress him. The abuser also is on his best behavior.  Step 3. She wants to find out more about him, she wants to love someone. The abuser is wanting to find out more about her because he's fascinated with his prey. Step 4. The woman has a tick box of desirable qualities in the man. Someone who is maybe caring, kind, generous, financially, independent and protective of her. At this point, she trusts what he's telling her. She has no reason not to trust in the earliest stages of a new relationship. Step 5. She is assessing his character. She's comparing him to her past failed relationships to see if there are any red flags that she needs to look for. The abuser has realized that he is being assessed. He knows what to avoid, to show that he's different to her previous relationships because he's already asked her is calculating and measured in his behaviour he's fascinated with his prey. Step 6. The woman shares about her life because he seems to be fascinated by her more than other men that she's met before she easily shares her skills, talents, hobbies, and interests. He claims that he is a victim of a b@#$% and or he's the victim of an abusive and painful childhood. This begins to explain any adverse behaviour and is an early stage of conditioning.  Step 7. She hopes for commitment but is willing to settle for connection at first. Her abuser rushes to commitment. It's a whirlwind affair and that's another red flag. He secures the relationship quickly. Step 8. The woman is waiting for the heart to say, this is the one. The head is not as important at this stage. In the new relationship, she is willing to overlook minor issues because she believes love can overcome pretty much everything. The abuser, his head is switched on at all times. He wants a people pleaser because they are easier to control.  Step 9. "If you love me, you will __________." She considers it natural to have to make some compromises, and he will stay. This honeymoon period will only last as long as necessary change will happen.  Step 10. He pretends to share her interests to become the centre of her world, all the while subtly pushing other important people out of her life. He is able to push her buttons if she hesitates and the abuser will do everything to retain control of his newly conditioned victim.

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.
#324 Männlichkeit in der Krise. Wie Du Deine authentische Männlichkeit lebst mit Niklas Tantius & Lukas Schulte

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 54:47


Männlichkeit in der Krise. Wie Du Deine authentische Männlichkeit lebst. Das Thema "Was ist ein Mann" oder auch "was bedeutet eigentlich Männlichkeit". Zu diesem Thema habe ich mir Niklas Tantius & Lukas Schulte eingeladen. Niklas ist der Gründer von Mudita Real Estate Marketing & more & von Mudita Smile - die Achtsamkeitschhmiede. Lukas ist Trainer & Coach für hypnotischen Verkauf & Leadership. In diesem Interview bekommst du wertvolle Impulse - nicht nur für den Mann interessant! Worüber wir sprechen: Welche Stadien zum Mann werden gibt es? Wieso die Stille für uns so wichtig ist. Was bedeutet für die beiden "Männlichkeit"? Mehr von Niklas & Lukas: Homepage: https://www.natureofman.de/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natureof.man/ Instagram Niklas: https://www.instagram.com/niklas_tantius/ Instagram Lukas: https://www.instagram.com/lukas_schulte_consulting/ Präsenz/Stille Workshops finden von Niklas immer wieder statt: Für Informationen & Anmeldung gerne eine E-Mail an info@mudita-mind.at Mehr über Persönlichkeitsentwicklung: https://www.functional-basics.de/basics/persoenlichkeitsentwicklung/

Der Ruhr Nachrichten BVB-Podcast - Talk mit Experten und Gästen zu allen Themen rund um Borussia Dortmund

Damit hätten wohl nur die allerwenigsten Experten gerechnet. Wenige Tage nach dem Ende der Saison vermeldete Borussia Dortmund, dass man nicht mit Marco Rose als Trainer in die neue Spielzeit gehen werde. Ein Gespräch der Bosse mit dem Coach hätte die Erkenntnis gebracht, dass keine ausreichende Vertrauensbasis für eine weitere Zusammenarbeit herrschen würde. Grund genug für eine Sondersendung, in der Moderator Sascha Staat mit RN-Redakteur Dirk Krampe die Meldung bewertet und auch auf den designierten Nachfolger Edin Terzic schaut.

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich
BEST OF: America's Angriest Trainer “The Lost Episode 1” - Episode 2106

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 55:11


Episode 2106 BEST OF: We replay the first-ever episode of the podcast, where Vinnie Tortorich and Anna Vocino launch the podcast by introducing themselves. They also discuss how the health & fitness industry has been less than helpful in getting Americans in shape, the China study, gluten-free diet, why Vinnie is America's angriest trainer, and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2022/05/best-of-americas-angriest-trainer-episode-2106 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS AMERICA'S ANGRIEST TRAINER Vinnie isn't actually an angry guy. He's not mad at you.  Rather, he's mad that those in search of money and power, and those who could make you healthy, do not look after your health. Simply put, your good intentions have been stolen, and Vinnie wants to help you get them back. FAILED DIET PLANS Anna had tried Weight Watchers. Things like this didn't work. She also tried a new app when this show started. But to be frank, the app which focused on CICO sets Anna and others up to fail and need their services again. You should never be eating in a way where you think to yourself: "I was good today." What really works is changing your lifestyle. PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched this week, January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes):  Share this link with friends, too! Link to the film on Amazon Video: It's also now available on Amazon (USA only for now)!  Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!

Fohlenfutter
Rückblick auf Borussias Drei-Phasen-Saison - Feinkost-Spektakel mit Favre?

Fohlenfutter

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 66:12


Alles deutet darauf hin, dass es zum Comeback kommt: Lucien Favre dürfte Nachfolger von Adi Hütter werden. Unsere Reporter geben ein Update zur Trainersuche und blicken zurück auf die wichtigsten Ereignisse einer verrückten wie ernüchternden Saison.

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
220. Alolan Seasoning

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 60:06


Lured Up Podcast 220 Record Date - 5/19/2022 Publish Date - 5/20/2022   There is a ton of news to cover this week as we prepare to say goodbye to the Season of Alola. With the Water Festival giving way to a last chance at Seasonal Spawns before the Alola to Alola event sweeps in, we still have plenty to do before we close the month. First we look back over the last week and how both the Water Festival and the Safari Zone in Seville have gone over great with the Community. This may have been the first week in a while where the general social sentiment was on the positive side of the fence.   Two announcements came this week involving Amazon Prime Gaming. First is a collaboration with Prime Student to bring May Community Day activations to select Universities. We think this is a great initiative and an awesome way to execute on some grass roots marketing. Next up is PGO being added to Prime Gaming Loot which will give Prime users some items to redeem every month.   In massive news, Niantic Social will be seeing a ton of new features come to Pokémon GO in the near future, some of which will be part of a stand alone Niantic App. We could see “near” in game communication and coordination come with this new app, which has been tested by select Ingress Agents in a closed beta over the last few months. It will be very interesting to see how the community adopts this tool and how it may disrupt existing Discord servers.   With Ticket Gifting going live in game we move on to the Alola to Alola event which will close out the month. While we still have questions on how the bonus ticket will work, Trainers will have some agency in how they choose to complete their last Special Research of the Season. Will it cause fomo or will Trainers not care? TIme will tell! Water Festival - https://bit.ly/LU219Water Safari Zone Seville - https://bit.ly/LU220Seville  GO Fest Shirts - https://bit.ly/LU220TShirts  Prime Student - https://bit.ly/LU220PrimeStudent Amazon Prime Gaming - https://bit.ly/LU220PrimeGaming  Niantic Social - https://bit.ly/LU220Social  Ticket Gifting - https://bit.ly/LU220Gifting  Alola To Alola - https://bit.ly/LU220Alola    Support the show by shopping at TCGPlayer.com using this link - https://bit.ly/TCGPlayerAffiliate    Pokémon Professor Network Merch Store - https://bit.ly/PPNMerchStore    info@luredup.com    Inappropriate Voicemail, Text, and Picture Line - 732-835-8639  http://pokemonprofessor.com  https://www.luredup.com http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetPatreon  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetFacebook  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetTwitter  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetYouTube  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetInstagram  http://bit.ly/LuredUpTumblr  http://bit.ly/LuredUpApplePodcasts   http://bit.ly/LuredUpSpotify  http://bit.ly/LuredUpStitcher  http://bit.ly/LuredUpGooglePodcasts  http://bit.ly/LuredUpIHeartRadio  https://bit.ly/LUPodchaser    Hosts Ken Pescatore Adam Tuttle   Writer and Producer Ken Pescatore   Executive Producer  Paul Bhatt   Show music provided by GameChops and licensed through Creative Commons   ▾ FOLLOW GAMECHOPS ▾ http://instagram.com/GameChops http://twitter.com/GameChops http://soundcloud.com/GameChops http://facebook.com/GameChops http://youtube.com/GameChops http://www.gamechops.com   Intro Music Lake Verity (Drum & Bass Remix)  Tetracase GameChops - Ultraball http://gamechops.com/ultraball/ https://soundcloud.com/tetracase  https://soundcloud.com/MegaFlare0   Break Music National Park Mikel & GameChops GameChops - Poké & Chill http://smarturl.it/pokechill https://twitter.com/mikel_beats   Outro Music Vast Poni Canyon CG5 & GlitchxCity (Future Bass Remix) GameChops - Ultraball http://gamechops.com/ultraball/  http://soundcloud.com/cg5-beats https://soundcloud.com/glitchxcity Pokémon And All Respective Names are Trademark and © of Nintendo 1996-2021 Pokémon GO is Trademark and © of Niantic, Inc.Lured Up and the Pokémon Professor Network are not affiliated with Niantic Inc., The Pokémon Company, Game Freak or Nintendo.   #pokemon #pokemongo #podcast

kicker News
kicker News vom 19.5.2022, 23:00 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 1:55


Hertha verliert Relegationshinspiel gegen HSV, Kovac offenbar neuer Trainer bei Wolfsburg, Kader für Nations-League-Spiele steht, Dritte Deutsche qualifiziert sich für Hauptfeld der French Open

GFNY Cycling
Daily coffee with GFNY - Kate & KT from indoor trainer to GFNY NYC (19may22)

GFNY Cycling

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 3:06


GFNY's Chris Geiser discusses everything from training for, traveling to and racing at a GFNY with members of our community. Find out more at gfny.com. 

Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth
Accelerate Your Business Through Online Marketing with Heather Hargrove

Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:53


Heather is an army veteran and former corporate disruptor that has taken her skillset of working in fast-paced environments and transformed it into systematic and automated strategies that aid online coaches, drowning in a sea of to-dos by getting rid of the tech mambo jumbo and allowing them to increase their income and impact without all of the fuss. 
She is a self-described dork who loves to dance around the house with headphones and give back to the community by making TikTok videos and working from home so she can have more time with her kids.
Episode Summary - Online marketing has become the backbone of many businesses. 
For any upcoming or growing business, everybody needs to create and build their online presence to grow their business and take it to the next level.The online space is overcrowded, but with the right online marketing strategies and tools, you can give a tough fight, reach your audience globally cost-effectively, and scale up your business significantly.
In this episode, Heather Hargrove gives her detailed journey on how she decided to venture into online marketing, how she does it, and why she thinks online marketing is the best way to sustain, compete, and grow your business. 

“Having an online presence of your business gives you the freedom to work from wherever you want.”

Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:58] Heather shares her journey and how she started as an entrepreneur.[05:38] Heather's three tips on online marketing for anyone who wants to venture into it.[08:05] Heather talks about how a business owner can start to automate their online marketing journey.[10:09] Why did Heather decide to use TikTok, and what is its significance. [14:11] Heather's superpowers and how they helped her in her online marketing business.[16:35] Heather's accomplishment and what she is proud of.[19:10] The challenges Heather faced in her online marketing business and how she overcame them.[26:50] What does working from your happy place means to Heather?[28:17] Heather's advice to people who want to venture into the online marketing/ entrepreneurial space and what she has learned during her entrepreneurial journey.[31:15] What are some things people get hung up on in the online world when they are just starting up?

How to connect with Heather Hargrove: Website - https://www.heatherhargrove.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/theheatherhargrove/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theheatherhargrove/?hl=enFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/heather.hargrove.3Access the Blueprint - https://www.heatherhargrove.com/blueprintAbout the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system.Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. Over the last 20 years, she has been expertly building her speaking and consulting business, Step Into Success. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/stepintosuccessLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stepintosuccess/Website - www.workfromyourhappyplace.com

The Mind Muscle Project
1064: The #1 Reason Why Most Personal Trainers Fail

The Mind Muscle Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 11:18


Partners supporting this show: Trust The Process: https://www.themindmuscleproject.com/trust Check out our YOUTUBE Channel- https://youtu.be/4tHG3mSSM5E Check out our training programs:https://themindmuscleproject.com/programs Our episode sponsors: https://themindmuscleproject.com/partners Ask Questions on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intheblackmmp/?hl=en Subscribe for email Updates: https://themindmuscleproject.com/newsletter New Fitness Business Podcast, In The Black: https://spoti.fi/3AlTx8n iOS: https://podcasts.apple.com/ph/podcast/in-the-black/id1577114284 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sektion Radioverbot
91: Das Trainer-Beben!

Sektion Radioverbot

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 45:40


Welche “Entlassung” hat euch überrascht? 

Reborn with Ashley Horner
Ukrainian Actress and Celebrity Tactical Trainer Tetiana Gaidar

Reborn with Ashley Horner

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 55:28


On today's Reborn, Ashley sits down with Ukrainian actress, dancer, and Taran Tactical trainer Tetiana Gaidar. Tetiana is known for training actors and celebrities including Keanu Reeves, Post Malone, Jon Bernthal, Joe Rogan, and others. She's also a successful actress, dancer, fitness expert, model, and martial artist. In addition to discussing her career, Tetiana also opens up about how the war in Ukrainian has impact her and her family, and lets listeners know how they can help. Learn more about how you can help the people of Ukraine effected by war here: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/MFB5K4VPGVK8H/checkout/RWOSM4B7WZSHGN7PPBBYYB4L?src=sheet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices