Lindsay Fricks is a high-level real estate agent in the hot Phoenix Arizona market with her own team. In her own words, Lindsay says there is no such thing as a five-day work week in her business, so she subscribes to the work hard, play harder mentality. But, with the housing market changing, Lindsay wanted to find new tools to help her build rapport with her clients and more intimacy in her personal life. She was interested in learning more about the Enneagram, so I thought it would be fun to bring her on the show for a fan favorite live Enneagram typing session. Lindsay is a high achiever from a family of high achievers. She admits to being intense and assertive, with a BDE energy. She also admits to putting up walls when she isn't perceived as she wants to be, which can cause a disconnect in her relationships. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Lindsay and I explore how, as Enneagram type 3, the Competitive Achiever, she's born to make stuff happen while making it all look easy. But all of that climbing the ladder of success and competitiveness can lead to burnout and empty victories. Listen in to understand how Lindsay can learn to leverage her 2 and 4 wings to integrate into the direction of the Enneagram type 6, her growth number, to slow down, avoid burnout, and for more connection, intimacy, and freedom in her business and her life. What You Will LearnWhy Enneagram 3s feel like they need to be the best to be worthy of loveWhy social Enneagram 3's are the ultimate chameleon of the EnneagramWhy 3s should lean into their 4 wing to figure out why they want to winWhy leaning into their 2 wing can help 3s create more intimacy by digging into what others needHow 3s can use their 4 wing to find more meaning in their victoriesHow 3s can use the healthy part of the Enneagram 9 to communicate the ‘win, win' to othersHow Enneagram 3s can use their growth number type 6 to become more strategic instead of bulldozing to the finish lineConnect with LindsayLindsay Fricks:https://lindsayfricks.com/Lindsay on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/lindsay.fricks/?hl=enConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Email Tracy email@example.com Resources Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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In this week's episode, Erica and Lauren interview Dr. Joy Pedersen, Enneagram Coach and Owner of Clarity Collective LLC all about exploring our enneagram. She described to us that the Enneagram is based on core fears, motivation and desires. Typing yourself through an enneagram test or program can help us understand how our motivation helps us make better choices for ourselves. This conversation was fascinating and opened our eyes to another perspective on self evaluation in the pursuit of better relationships with ourselves and the people in our lives. Check out the resources Joy shared in the episode:Enneagram Institute - for resources about the 9 different types and tests to identify your enneagramTake a screenshot on your phone while you're listening to this episode on your fav podcast platform then share it to your IG stories and tag us @theresahackforthat ! Share a takeaway or what you loved about the conversation or our guest.Connect with Joy:Instagram: @enneagramclarityWebsite https://claritycollective-llc.com/ Connect with EricaInstagram @ericaalisonwellnessBook a Human Design Reading https://ericaalisonwellness.mykajabi.com/offers/MxY8ebkgFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/burnoutandbrainfogrecovery Connect with Lauren:Instagram: @laurengerminarioBusiness @integrativedivorceFollow the podcast Instagram @theresahackforthatWebsite: https://www.theresahackforthatpodcast.com/
My whole life, I've struggled with sprinting through and, inevitably, killing my newly found passions, instead of slowing down and embracing the long, slow journey of learning. This episode tells, in story, how the fast, obsessed method of passion-based learning will fry your brain's computer every time. Maybe there's a better strategy to long-term success. This is Part 2 to Episode 1 of the If Then Podcast. Listen to Episode 1 first: https://youtu.be/ryv8BHh_MIc GIVEAWAY DETAILS: If you want to share the podcast, I've been giving away 2 free 1 month Audible gift cards every week this May. This isn't sponsored by Audible, but because I know most everyone has done their free trial already, I wanted a way for you to get another free audiobook. This is a gift card that will still work even if you already have an account! You'll get a free credit for an audiobook of your choice + 1 month access to their Plus catalog which includes thousands of audiobooks with no credits needed. All you have to do to enter to win is take a screenshot of this podcast and share it on your Instagram while tagging the account @ifthenpodcast in the post or story. And, also, be sure to follow @ifthenpodcast on Instagram to find out if you're the winner each week. If we get 100 shares by the end of the month, each of you will be entered to win a pair of AirPods. WEBSITE: https://www.ifthenpodcast.com CREDITS: Jordan Taylor as the traveler. Matt D'Avella's YouTube video about the journey to the South Pole: https://youtu.be/xY0tJAkukWc?t=375 Transcript: Just a heads up, this is kind of a part 2 to episode 1, so listen to that first if you haven't already. Link in the show notes. My name is Jordan Taylor, and welcome to the If Then Podcast. Our brains our a conglomerate of if/then statements, like in computer code, and oftentimes new lines of code are hard to write in our mind when we're trying new things, for example if I want to play piano, then I need to read music. Sitting down and coding that particular if then statement could take years of dedication, but when we do sit down and create new then statements for a complicated if, it feels freaking amazing. This podcast is your weekly motivation, and mine, to get uncomfortable and write some neurological code. “It's not about having the right opportunities. It's about handling the opportunities right.” — Mark Hunter After episode 1 of If Then, we all started to walk. We all embarked on our own personal journeys to find the ocean, with no understanding of where it was or which way to go, but realizing the importance of just choosing a direction, without having any frame of reference, and just moving. Logically, in so doing, we'll ALWAYS eventually hit the ocean, no matter which way we turn. Maybe initially we were a mile from the beach without knowing, and started walking in the opposite direction, all the way through the middle east and asia, only hitting the East China Sea years later. But who cares, I argued in episode 1? At least we got there. We'll always get there if we just start walking. Well, what I realized this week on my journey, is that that's not the full story. There's more to this dangerous adventure than I led on. See on my own personal route to the ocean, I realized that I had a serious, serious problem—a problem that left me withered, injured, cracked… and I was worried it might get even worse. ——— “Alright, do I have everything. Water, backpack, Phone. Check, check, check.” *Phone beeps signifying video recording* “Alright, Day 1 of my journey to the ocean. I'm not sure which way to go, but that's not the point. I'm just gonna start walking, and I'll have to find it. That's the beauty. So I'll pick this way. Here we go.” *Phone beeps again. Recording stops. Phone keyboard typing* “Post…toooo Instagram. And the journey beeegins.” ——— The day I started was a beautiful day, conditions pristine. A mindset recharged. After all, I listened to the first episode of If Then, and I mean it was pretty good. I even gave it a 5 star review AND shared about it on Instagram to maybe win those AirPods at the end of May. I heard listeners already won free audiobooks. That would be cool too. That first day, I walked 35 miles. I wanted to get to the ocean as fast as possible, so I pushed as hard as possible. And I was amazed with how much a new mindset could push me to do something so noteworthy. Something I'd never in my wildest dreams imagine I could do. Well over a marathon in one day. This new mindset I carried with me, it was somethin' special. ——— *Crickets* *Phone record beep* “35 miles in one day. Anything is possible. If I can do it, you can too! Get out there and crush those miles.” *Phone beep* “Aaaand post.” “Alright, set up camp.” *Wood drop* *Fire strike* *Groans* “My feet are sore…” ——— The next day I woke up, and it was surprisingly scorching for that time of year. And I was even more sore than I thought I'd be after a good nights sleep. I reflected on how I had just walked 35 miles the day before which is pretty insane, I mean, not many people have even tried that. I made so much ground that it was totally acceptable to rest my body up for the next big push the next day. The weather forecast seemed to be favorable then too, which would help with my next big goal. ——— “I wonder if I can go 40 miles tomorrow. *Groans* My leg's still sore, but this isn't supposed to be easy, ehhhh I think I can do it. Gotta keep moving. Get there as fast as I can.” ——— Morning came, perfect conditions as promised. I actually woke up at 5:00 AM to get an early start—I was sure to post about that too, and accomplished my goal: 40 miles—an impressive feat. My achilles started to ache around mile 35 though, but..I mean, I had to get 40. So I rested for a day or two. Alright it was five, but I had made some good progress, and the rain had also settled in, so the timing honestly couldn't be better. ——— *Phone picture takes* *Typing* “75 miles down. Push through the pain and anything can be achieved.” *Beeping sound signifying posting* “Ouch, my feet. I didn't know they could blister like that. *exhales as sits* I'm really gonna have to take a break. Wow… I'll rest up and then try hit it hard again next week.” ——— I was surprised and a little embarrassed with how exhausted and beat down I was when the sun rose, not just physically, but mentally as well after just a week of walking. ——— *Tent rustles as Jordan exits and grunts* “Yeah…not walking today, or most likely tomorrow.” ——— How many more hundreds of weeks will this go on? How many years could potentially go by? I honestly feel… kinda terrible and this is only week 2. Like, what? I found myself resting on the hot days, by a fire on the cold days, and under a tarp on the rainy days. Every step a dull pain, and so I could hardly be blamed for the lull in pace. Very few days were spring like perfection, and so very few days had forward progress. On the perfect days, then, I found myself sprinting, traveling all day all out with an urgency built up from days of idling. ——— *Jordan breathing heavy. Trying to pull it together to film. Phone record beeps* “35 miles again today. Big, big push. Follow your dreams and you can do big things too.” *Phone beep. Then typing. Sound of post goes through while Jordan still breathes heavy* “Where is it? Maybe I got lucky and picked the close route. That's all I can hope. That's all I can hope.” ——— A month went by. And then another. And then another. And then hills formed and flattened. Those were hard enough. And then… are those mountains in the distance? My legs ached more than I thought possible. Mentally, being out in the elements day in and day out with injuries and such little promise of any sign of an ocean was debilitating. And then the mountain. And then it got serious. I sat at base camp for two weeks in the shade of the peaks. The shadows cast matched my darkened spirits. Trying everything to heal and recover my legs, feet, my entire body. I just needed one week of perfect conditions to get over the top. Everyday it rained and I sat, I just had the hope “Tomorrow will be better” as the rain pelted the tarp. Another post to Instagram. I wonder why I only got a few likes on that one. Does no one care I'm out here anymore, doing what they won't even try? Then the morning came, and the mud took over, but it had been too long, and I just had to start no matter what. This was getting ridiculous. I got up and trudged. After a few sinking steps, I paused, my boots slurped from the sticky mud as my feet sank—my backpack shifted. ——— “hhhhh….Tomorrow will be better.” ——— I backtracked. Setup camp. The phone again. Another post. More likes this time. Good. They do care. Another night fell. Another day under the looming mountain. “Tomorrow will be better.” Late morning came. I woke up. ——— “Why does it keep being so cold? It's not even that late in the year, and it's still a little wet. I really don't want to get sick. Like, not now. Tomorrow will be better.” *Phone picture takes* *Typing* “Take some time today for your mental health. Today is dedicated to marshmallows and recovery.” *Beeping sound signifying posting* “Wait, is that Jeremy? We left at the same time, how did he—-how did Jeremy get to the ocean so fast??? What??? No…wait he really did. That makes no sense. I saw his posts, I was waking up earlier, I was pushing harder. Like seriously harder. This is ridiculous. Guh…so st—that's so dumb.” ——— Camp. Another fire. Another post. An Instagram story. Not many views. They don't care. This is probably all just stupid. Then the next day comes. Wait…there's a nice breeze. The first in weeks. Wow, perfect temperatures. Perfect… everything! Maybe I can do this. I think I can make it over the top. ——— “This is it. This is the day I've wanted. Finally! Here we go.” *Phone record beep as Jordan walks* "Alright, it's the BIG day, starting the big climb. What mountain in your life do you need to climb? We all have one. Send me a message with what yours is and then just star—” *Trips and falls while walking* "OWW!!! owww my ANKLE! THIS IS STUPID!!!! I'M DONE! I CAN'T DO IT ANYMORE! I'm done. I quit.” ——— And I really did. I quit that day. And can you blame me? I broke my ankle. Like I physically couldn't walk. I couldn't take another step even if I tried. It would be smart to go on. After 3 months, and not as many miles as I had hoped, I slunk home. It's understandable, but the hard thing to suggest to someone at that point, is that maybe it was their own fault, and not anything else—not the weather, mud, the fall, just yours. Maybe I should have taken a different approach altogether from the very first day, and then none of that would have mattered or happened. I heard a story last month about the men who raced to the south pole on Matt DUHvella's YouTube video “The problem with most productivity advice.” There were two groups who wanted to be the first humans to ever reach the South Pole. One group's strategy was exactly mine, As Greg Mckeown put it in that video quote “they walked with an insecure overachiever approach…. They would walk all out on the good weather days, and then on the bad weather days be so exhausted they would make no progress at all and felt the psychological burden of not making even an inch of progress forward.” Sometimes they would travel as much as 50 miles in a day. The other group took the exact opposite approach. They did the thing honestly harder to do. They limited themselves. They committed to 15 miles a day every single day no matter the conditions, no matter what the moral, no matter anything. On bad days, 15 miles. But more notably, on good days, they would simply walk 15 miles even if they felt fresh and could go further. They purposefully held a consistent sustainable pace. For the first group, the fastest way, in their mind, was to go all out every single good weather day. They complained and complained about the situation and the weather all while the other team, slow and steady, progressed daily. 15 miles no matter what, they kept that steady pace. In the end, what happened? Well, they got there 30 days ahead of the insecure overachievers and all even safely made the long journey home. Mckeown points out how the biographer miraculously described them: Quote“They progressed every day without particular effort.” Unquote. One of the hardest tasks humans had ever done in history, done “without particular effort.” Meanwhile the other team? They tragically died from their effort. Recently I've come to grips with the fact of why all my hobbies seem to die in the tundra—on the journey. Every single time I get into something new and begin the long process of writing new if then statements in the computer of my brain, I go all out. I get impatient. I overachieve. 24/7 it's all I think about. Literally, it's all I do. I write huge neurological programs in an incredibly short amount of time, like Neo learning kung fu, more code than most people would be willing to write in that span, and I take pride in that. But then predictably… my computer fries from the workload and burns up, and the people I thought I was better then, slowly pass up my programs with more lengthy, advanced, clean pieces of working code in their minds. And I never finish my program. I never reach my ocean while they're all on the sand. I don't want to make the same mistake again. My newest venture is what your listening to. This podcast. And I've been actively working to slow down. To pace myself. To find my 15 miles a day, and slowly chip away. Consistently. Sustainably. And I think I really found something that works incredibly well. Next week I'm excited to share that secret strategy I've been following to get a ton done without burning out all while leading a very tight schedule. So I'll leave you with this: “It's not about having the right opportunities. It's about handling the opportunities right.” — Mark Hunter Thank you so much for listening to the third episode of the If Then Podcast. If you have feedback you want to give me or if you have anything you want to say, email me at email@example.com. And if you would, leave me a 5 star review if you found this podcast valuable. It really helps the podcast to get seen by other people like yourself. We reached #26 for Education on all of Spotify, and I have you to thank for that. We're almost at 200 reviews on Apple Podcasts and 300 on Spotify. And as an extra bonus, for those of you who help me spread the word, I've been giving away 2 free 1 month Audible gift cards every week this May. Last week, Tabita and Johnathan won a free credit for an audiobook of their choice + access to their Plus catalog which includes thousands of audiobooks with no credits needed. And if you win this week, don't worry the gift card is available to you even if you already have an Audible account. All you have to do to enter to win is take a screenshot of this podcast and share it on your Instagram while tagging the account @ifthenpodcast in the post or story. If you shared the last episode, you can also share this one too to be entered to win again. And, also, be sure to follow @ifthenpodcast on Instagram to find out if you're the winner this week. If we get 100 shares by the end of the month, each of you will be entered to win a pair of AirPods. We're over half way there, so keep sharing! Thank you so much for listening, my name is Jordan Taylor, and what if/then will you write today?
Podcast 230 This week, we're looking at how to collect more efficiently and, more importantly, more consistently You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin The Time Blocking Course The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The Time And Life Mastery Course The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Episode 230 | Script Hello and welcome to episode 230 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein, and I am your host for this show. When we first start out building a productivity system for ourselves, one of the first things we need to master is collecting. This is how we get ‘stuff' into our system that gets processed and organised and ultimately done. If you're not collecting stuff to put into your system, then you don't have a system at all. Collecting needs to be fast, with as few steps as possible, and we need to learn to be consistent with it. It's not the sexy part of building a system; this is the messy bit in the middle that Robin Sharma often talks about. It's fine-tuning, stepping back and rethinking and more often than not, we have to repeat this process of testing and fine-tuning before we finally have something that works intuitively and consistently. And it's this bit I shall be explaining in this episode. So, without further ado, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast Voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Baz. Bad asks; Hi Carl, I've recently undertaken a project to update my twenty-year-old system to a more modern-day one. Over the last twenty years or so, I've always written things down on a notepad I kept on my desk, but now I want to make this digital. Do you have any tips for making this an easy transition? Hi Baz, thank you for your question. One of the first things you are going to need to get used to is typing out your tasks, ideas and anything else you want to collect instead of writing things down, and this can be more difficult than you might imagine. You see, it feels very natural when you are in a meeting or with someone else to pull out a pen and notepad and write something down. People understand you are writing something important down. Unfortunately, because of the bad press our mobile phones, tablets and laptops have today, typing something into one of these devices makes us feel self-conscious. We fear the other person or people think we're responding to email, checking our Facebook feed or searching for big tractors. (People in the UK will understand that one) The thing is we need to get over that self-consciousness as quickly as possible. I know when I first went digital I needed to explain to people what I was doing with a “hang on while I write that down”. Typing into your phone and writing on a piece of paper is the same thing in this instance. I know it takes some getting used to, but it's part of the process of going completely digital. To lessen this self-consciousness, we need to make digital collecting as fast as we can. How do you do that? This is where the digital tools we use have a big impact. And this starts with the applications we choose. A mistake people make is to look through YouTube and watch what popular YouTubers are using. Thomas Frank uses Notion, Steve Dotto is a big Evernote user and Matt D'Avella uses Apple Notes. Now the thing to remember, these people are not you. They are content creators who likely rarely have meetings with customers and clients. Their productivity needs will be very different from you. Thomas Frank, Steve Dotto and Matt D'Avella will make extensive use of notes apps to plan out videos and collect future topic ideas. If you are in sales, for example, your digital notes needs will be very different. Perhaps you need to keep details of when you last spoke to a customer, have a list of potential customers and information on the products you sell. Information that is very different to a YouTube content creator. So, before you go out and find a tool based on the recommendations of others, stop and ask yourself what your needs are. The next thing to consider is where you will do most of your collecting. Prior to the pandemic, most of my collecting was done on my phone as I was travelling to see students and clients. Today that has changed. The vast majority of what I collect is collected on my laptop. It's here where you need to do some thinking. Collecting needs to be fast and intuitive. For me, I have a keyboard shortcut to collect a task. It does not matter where I am on my computer: whether I am in full screen or not, whenever I activate the keyboard shortcut, I get an input box in the middle of my screen where I can type whatever task I need to be reminded of. Likewise, if I have an idea, I can initiate a keyboard shortcut which will bring up a quick entry box for getting the idea directly into Evernote. Apple Notes has become even easier if you are on an iPad or laptop, all you need do is swipe up from the bottom right of your screen, and you get a new note ready to collect the idea. So, whatever digital tools you decide to use, make sure that collecting stuff into those tools is fast and easy. See if you can create a keyboard shortcut on your computer, and whatever mobile device you are using, make sure at the very least the apps you use for collecting are in your dock or home screen. You don't want to be swiping from left to right trying to find your notes app when you have the next big idea, or you need to simply write down a person's email address. The next step is to turn collecting into a habit. Now, the way to do this is to consciously collect everything that comes to your mind. Anything and everything needs to be collected. A lot of this stuff you collect will be deleted when you process, but you don't need to worry about that at this stage. Hitting the delete key is far better than missing something important. What you are doing here is developing a habit. You can do your filtering when you process. Just get into the habit of using the keyboard shortcuts or pulling out your phone to collect. It's this you need to turn into a habit and learn the necessary muscle memory. Now a quick tip here is if you do find yourself not collecting using your tool of choice, make a point to stop and do so when you remember what you should be doing. This helps to interrupt a pattern in your brain, so next time you will be more aware. It's developing these habits that can be difficult. We've got used to collecting (or not as the case may be), and we have to change that habit. That's difficult. To do that, you have to break the old habit—interrupt it—and replace it with the new habit. That's why even if you do write down the task or idea, make sure you consciously take what you wrote down and add it to your digital system. Once you have set up your system. You've got the apps you've chosen on your phone—most likely to be your primary collection tool—and you've set up your keyboard shortcuts, which you now want to be fine-tuning. To do that you should frequently ask yourself “how can I do this better?”. It's an incredibly powerful question, but it also helps to make sure your system is at its most effective and efficient. One thing I've learned is the fewer barriers there are to collecting something, I am more likely to collect it. This is why I'm always checking to see what has been updated in my collecting apps when they update their apps. Have they found a faster way to collect? I do remember when Apple released their Shortcut apps; I spent many an evening experimenting to see if I could activate my collecting using Siri. I never really found anything satisfactory or better than what I currently use, but I have found that the fastest way to get something into my system now is through the use of my Apple Watch. That's always on my wrist, and so, even if I am out running and think of something, I can still add it to my system quickly using just my voice. What you will find is as technology improves. There will be better and faster ways to get things into your system. If you have Amazon's Alexa or Apple's HomePod, that gives you additional ways to collect stuff. I recently bought an Amazon Echo and was impressed with how I could interact with Alexa so that my tasks could be added directly to Todoist. This means as I am walking around my office, all I need to do is tell Alexa to add something to my to-do list. It's fast and surprisingly intuitive to talk to a device. Perhaps this is where the future of collecting will grow. The key to collecting is not to overthink it. Choose a digital tool, set it up so that you have quick access to the inbox and make sure you use it consistently. That part can be hard; you will slip up from time to time; that's part of the process of learning. Make a mistake, recognise it, and try again. As long as you are persistent, you will soon break through and collecting digitally will become second nature. Thank you, Brad, for your question and thank you to you too for listening. It just remains for me now to wish you all a very very productive week.
I first met my guest Erin Nicole approximately four years ago, but we didn't have an opportunity to get to know each other until we joined the same mastermind. Erin doesn't have much background in the Enneagram, so I thought it would be fun to bring her on the show for another live Enneagram typing session—your favorite!Erin Nicole Porter is a Spiritual Business Coach, Master Practitioner & Trainer of NLP, Breathwork Facilitator, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in Training, Adult Attachment Repair Model Therapist, and Host of the Energetics of Business Podcast.Although she is an Enneagram type 5, Erin recognized that she needed to put all her learning into the world; otherwise, the knowledge was pointless. This essential piece of insight helped me to determine Erin is a type 5 with a one-to-one subtype offering her the ability to tap into the emotional vulnerability that other type 5s don't have. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Erin shares how she grew up on a farm in Ohio with midwestern energy in a blended family where she always protected her mother. This upbringing helped develop her one-to-one nature. Erin shares her big life story around burnout and the effect that has had on her health. We explore how burnout comes when she's leaning into her Enneagram stress number, the 7—with 8 million tabs open at once. Listen in to understand what characterizes a one-to-one Enneagram 5 like Erin as we explore some ways she can change the way she expresses herself using her 4 wing. We'll also look at how she can use her 6 wing to implement all her Enneagram 5 information gathering and pour it out through her life's work to change more lives. What You Will LearnWhy type 5's seek all the knowledge but sometimes have difficulty sharing it with othersHow Enneagram 5s try to manage their fears by hoarding everything from resources to energyHow one-on-one Enneagram 5s differ from other 5s in their desire for more emotional bonding with othersHow Erin can use her 4 wing to communicate their feelings.How Enneagram 5's can lean into their 6 wing to share their vast knowledge with others Why type 5s worry about becoming energetically and emotionally become drainedWhy intellect overrides emotion for type 5s every timeHow the type 5s propensity toward taking in so much knowledge internally can lead to body burnoutConnect with ErinErin Nicole Coaching:https://erinnicolecoaching.com/The Energetics of Business Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-energetics-of-business/id1303310665Connect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/ResourcesBurnout To Breakthrough:https://www.erinnicolecoaching.co/breakthroughBook an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email firstname.lastname@example.org
This week 1.2 million children all across the country will start sitting their annual NAPLAN tests. And for the first time, they'll all be done online. So what are the pros and cons of doing the test on computers and what difference does it make to the usefulness of the results?
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Welcome to our ASMR hotel. Today I will be helping you check in to your room and provide some customer service. Featuring typing sounds and a soft spoken voice, I'll make sure to help answer all your questions. I hope you have a relaxing stay here and visit us again some time soon.
Caryn Culver is a life long Tennessean and currently resides in Knoxville with her husband Chad and 3 children. Caryn's middle child, Peyton, was diagnosed with autism in 2010 at the age of two. Since this time, their family has been on a journey to help Peyton reach his best potential. After visiting doctors and specialists around the country and trying numerous therapies, Peyton has finally found his voice with Spelling to Communicate (S2C). Peyton, now 14 years old, has made it his mission to help other non-speakers have access to communication programs like S2C. Please visit ThePeytonproject.com for more details. *To hear my first discussion with Caryn back in 2020 where we discuss parenting and how they found the S2C program, listen to podcast episode 44. ***************************************** To purchase my book “Welcome to My Life – A Personal Parenting Journey Through Autism” click HERE or visit Amazon.com! You can easily stay connected to the Living the Sky Life podcast and me in various ways. Please visit my website www.lauriehellmann.com for all the links. I'd love to hear what you think, so if listening on the Apple platform, please leave a written review and rating of the podcast! If you are interested in being a guest on an episode of Living the Sky Life, please contact me!
Davorin Pavlica je oblikovalec spletnih strani, podkaster in tviteraš. Debatiramo o tem, kakšen bo Twitter po tem, ko ga je za 44 milijard dolarjev kupil podjetnik Elon Musk? Zagovorniki verjamejo v odprt prostor z različnimi mnenji brez moderacije, kritiki pravijo, da je Elon Musk grožnja za demokracijo. Zvezdniki in vidne javne osebnosti pozivajo uporabnike, naj račun izbrišejo, uporabniki pa se, kot pri vsaki veliki novici, odzivajo z memi in šalami na račun Twitterja in Muska. Odgovarjamo na vprašanje poslušalca Blaža, ki bi zaradi želje po več zasebnosti zamenjal brskalnik Firefox. Kakšen je Brave in zakaj (ne)shranjevati gesla v brskalnik? Opravičujemo se za vse nevšečnosti - podkast o življenju, vesolju in sploh vsem … in o enem poglavju kultne trilogije v petih delih Štoparski vodnik po Galaksiji, ki jo je napisal Douglas Adams - Opravičujemo se za vse nevšečnosti - Kam gre Twitter? To Be Frank on Twitter: “Elon Musk being taken for a tour after his recent purchase https://t.co/ZvLaJXtfSv” / Twitter Jimmy Wales' Net Worth (Updated 2022) - Wealthy Gorilla maple cocaine on Twitter: “Each day on twitter there is one main character. The goal is to never be it” / Twitter Firefox ali Brave Alternativni brskalniki - Val 202 Simon Kuestenmacher on Twitter: "Saw this map. Felt guilty. Downloaded Firefox. On this map we see the most popular browsers in 2012 and 2022. Hypercritical: Code Hard or Go Home I don't care about cookies 3.3.8 Comparison of browser engines - Wikipedia Priporočilo: slepo tipkanje PRAZNA TIPKOVNICA [Anže Tomić] | Stvar - YouTube The Typing of The Dead: Overkill on Steam Spletne vaje desetprstnega tipkanja
When Melissa Henault hit the magic age of 40, she decided she needed to do some internal work, so she hired a life coach, not knowing what would go on in between her ears. Melissa is a former top corporate executive leader who publicly quit her multiple 6-figure career on LinkedIn™ in front of millions. Now she's helping others use LinkedIn to generate organic leads through her LinkedIn Lead Gen Masterclass and her LinkedIn Method Academy. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Melissa shares the trauma in her childhood and how she tried to stay out of the chaos by excelling in sports and academics, all the while protecting her mother. Melissa is an Enneagram 8, one-on-one instinctual subtype. The instinctual subtype is where nature and nurture collide to bring us to who we are and who we were always designed to be. It's like the next level of the Enneagram. She'll share the profound moment when she realized she was recreating her childhood in her relationships and through self-sabotage in her business. I walk her through how her childhood experiences led her to want to protect her inner circle at all costs. Listen in to understand how Melissa can use her 7 and 9 wings to lean into her growth number to become a world-class leader and change maker. We'll discuss ways she can continue optimizing the drive she was born with while embracing her vulnerability and softer side for an even energy exchange and more connection in her roles as wife and mother. What You Will LearnThe 3 things that helped Melissa heal from her childhood and become a better version of herselfWhy 8s sometimes feel the need to manufacture chaos in their livesHow type 8s can use their 7 and 9 wings to transform their intensity and use it for the greater goodHow Melissa's upbringing affects her instinctual subtype and causes her to ask, “what's going to happen to us” when life happensWhy type 8 women's difficulty receiving can cause problems in their one-on-one relationshipsHow Enneagram 8 women can lean into their feminine energy to allow their partners to be the superhero for more connection, intimacy, and trust Connect with Melissa Burn Out to All Out: https://www.livethefreelife.co/Melissa on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/melissa_henault/?hl=enMelissa on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-melissa-henault-7074ab25/Connect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Resources Sign up for the LinkedIn Lead Gen Masterclass with Melissa:https://www.livethefreelife.co/masterclass:The LinkedIn Method Academy:https://www.livethefreelife.co/the-linkedin-method-academyMirror Work: 21 Days to Heal Your Life by Louis Hay:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BE3R6IA/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1How to Do The Work by Nicole LePera:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08B3G1H76/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 Unlocking Your Full Potential: Understanding the Enneagram Instinctual Subtypes on Leadership Formula EP220:http://tracyomalley.com/ep220-unlocking-your-full-potential-understanding-the-enneagram-instinctual-subtypes/Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email email@example.com
I recently met my guest, Corrine Angelica Conroy at a wedding we both attended when we sat together at dinner, and let me tell you, I fell in love. And whenever these roundtable situations come up, so does the Enneagram. Corrine told me she was an Enneagram 2, the Considerate Helper, but I wasn't sure—she doesn't immediately fit all the type 2 stereotypes that normally jump out at you. But after going deeper together, we discovered she is a Self-Preservation (SP) 2 Enneagram type. Within the 2 family, the Self-Preservation is the counter type, which means it does not look like your typical stereotype and can often be mistyped as a type 7 or a type 6. Enneagram 2s are driven by self-sacrifice. They also love to be needed and the drive to be liked and appreciated is so strong they almost always have difficulty saying no. Corrine Angelica is a Board-Certified Holistic Nutritionist! She helps women regulate their hormones by targeting the root cause of any imbalances and then using nutrition and lifestyle shift to help treat and regulate them. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Corrine describes her relationship with her family and how, while she was growing up, she often acted as the mediator. To this day she has trouble saying no to them. We'll discuss the consequences of being an over-giver. Plus, I'll share my top advice for how 2s (and the rest of us) can learn to say no without the accompanying guilt. Listen in to understand how Corrine can learn to discern her reason for saying yes, and how she can tap into the strengths of her 1 and 3 wings to help say no when she needs to without shame which is the underlying emotion of the type 2. We'll also go deep into some strategies she can use to move closer to her growth number, where she can operate in her superpower of intuitively knowing what people need so she can use her divinely given gifts to help even more women with her programs. What You Will LearnWhy 2's over-give and what happens to their life when into the over-giving trapHow the 2s superpower becomes their kryptonite when they come at it from the wrong spaceHow 2s can sometimes be more helpful to people by telling them noHow their own need to say ‘yes' to everything and everyone can keep 2s stuckHow to determine if you should say yes to a request and what to say when the answer is noHow 2s can use their 1 wing, the ‘sheriff of the Enneagram' to help them say noHow Corrine can use the ‘black and white' thinking of her 3 wing to hit more of her goalsHow leaning into the intuition of type 4 will help Corrine help people more effectivelyConnect with CorrineCorrine Angelica Nutrition:https://www.corinneangelicanutrition.com/Mind Your Hormones Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-your-hormones/id1527837623Corrine Angelica on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/corinneangelica/Connect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Resources Listen to Tracy and Corrine on the Mind Your Hormones Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-your-hormones/id1527837623Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email firstname.lastname@example.org
This week's episode is sponsored by Coinbase. For a limited time, new users can get $10 in free Bitcoin when you sign up today at Coinbase.com/mrcreeps This week's episode is also sponsored by Policygenius. Head to https://policygenius.com/mrcreeps to get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. In this episode, we dive into a collection of 7 creepypastas from the dark depths of the web. Ranging from "Typing” to “I Was Sent A Creepy Deep Web Video, I Think It Might Have Been Real”, and many more! Sit back and enjoy today's stories. TIMESTAMPS 0:00 “Intro” 0:46 “I Was Sent A Creepy Deep Web Video, I Think It Might Have Been Real” 18:04 “I Think I Found God's New Commandments, Devil Please Save Us” 24:54 “My Dad Got A Strange And Creepy Email From One Of His Students Before They Went Missing” 47:59 “I Work For The Military On An Atlantic Oil Rig, I'm Required To Make Some Difficult Decisions” 1:25:18 “I Work Graveyard Shift At A Gas Station, Something Strange Happened To Me” 1:41:15 “Typing” 1:58:48 “I Found An Unnamed Antique Store In The Middle Of Nowhere, The Owner Wasn't Human”
In this episode I share my initial impressions -- very positive! -- of the Metamath system. Metamath allows one to develop theorems from axioms which you state. Typing or other syntactic requirements of axioms or theorems are also expressed axiomatically. The system exhibits an elegant coherent vision for how such a tool should work, and was super easy to download and try out.
In this episode, Bryan and Kristen talk about the ease of modern remote communication. Life Level 1 is a general topic podcast about life from the humorous perspective of Bryan and his broad, Kristen. Bryan has a background in video game development and Kristen has a background in life. The thoughts and opinions expressed on this podcast are those of the individual contributors alone and are not a reflection of their employers.
Chinese is one of the oldest still-spoken languages in the world. But when technologies arrived like telegraphy and computing, designed with the Roman alphabet in mind, if Chinese wanted to be able to participate then it had to choose between adapting, or paying a heavy price. And sometimes both were inevitable. Jing Tsu, author of Kingdom of Characters: the Language Revolution that Made China Modern, recounts how Chinese contended with obstacles like alphabetisation, Romanisation and standardisation. Find out more information about the topics in this episode at theallusionist.org/character, plus a transcript and the full dictionary entry for the randomly selected word. Sign up to be a patron at patreon.com/allusionist and not only are you supporting independent podcast, you get fortnightly patron-exclusive video livestreams and a Discord community full of language chat, craft pics and word game camaraderie. The Allusionist's online home is theallusionist.org. Stay in touch at twitter.com/allusionistshow, facebook.com/allusionistshow and instagram.com/allusionistshow. The Allusionist is produced by me, Helen Zaltzman. The music is by Martin Austwick. Hear Martin's own songs via palebirdmusic.com. Our ad partner is Multitude. To sponsor an episode of the show this year, contact them at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • Bombas, whose mission is to make the comfiest clothes ever, and match every item sold with an equal item donated. Go to bombas.com/allusionist to get 20% off your first purchase. • BetterHelp, online therapy with licensed professional counsellors. Allusionist listeners get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/allusionist. • Squarespace, your one-stop shop for building and running a sleek website. Go to squarespace.com/allusionist for a free 2-week trial, and get 10 percent off your first purchase of a website or domain with the code allusionist. Support the show: http://patreon.com/allusionist See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When I first met RT Custer, I thought he might have been an 8. So, I thought it would be fun to bring him on the show and do another live Enneagram typing session—an audience favorite. RT Custer is the CEO and Co-Founder of Vortic Watch Company where they take one-of-a-kind pocket watches and turn them into a Vortic wristwatch. He is also the CRO of Carter & Custer, and the Co-Host of the Products Worth Talking About podcast. RT is a high achiever. He is running multiple successful businesses, but that's okay, he's up for it. RT is a 3, the Competitive Achiever. He has the desire to be seen and influence people above all else.On this episode of The Leadership Formula, RT shares how his small company engaged in a legal battle with a Goliath-sized company and came out on top and why that victory was so important to him. He walks us through his penchant for individual sports and why he prefers the war story over the medal. He also describes some conflicts he's had in his relationship with his wife who is also a 3. We explore where the clashes come in for their relationship, why things break down, and how RT can lean in to his 2 and 4 wings for more connection and internal significance in his relationships. Listen in to understand what characterizes a Social 3 like RT, and how he can learn to leverage his Enneagram growth number to develop more strategic plans (and avoid burnout) for the long game as a business owner, partner, and parent. What You Will LearnThe 2 ways 3s and 8s can look alike and how to tell them apart The source of conflict in a 3 with a 3 relationship and lean into their wings to overcome conflict Why 3s need to lean into their 2 wing to avoid a path of wrecked relationshipsWhat happens to 3s when winning becomes empty and why they're so hard to pull back from the edgeHow 3s can lean into their growth number for endurance for the long gameHow 3s can use the gifts of the 4 for overall harmony and not just success on paper Why 3s should partner with 6s as gatekeepers in business and for improved personal relationshipsConnect with RTRT Custer on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/rtcusterRT Custer on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/rtcuster/Connect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Resources Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email email@example.com
Jake Kelfer is a self-aware, free spirit, motivated by taking action. He likes to be in the game and if he has an idea that he's passionate about, he's off and running with it. Jake cares deeply about the impression he leaves and desires to elevate every room he walks into while helping others to their next level. Originally Jake was typed as an Enneagram 3.When I first met him, I saw the 3 behaviors, but as I got to know him, I felt there was something more; he has a willingness to go deeper than a 3 typically will and winning isn't Jake's only motivation. He also wants to bask in the level of play and grow through the experience. Jake is always willing to take a backseat to elevate others and achieve better results for the team and humanity, which makes him an Enneagram 8, the Protective Challenger.So, what does it look like when a healthy 8 sets out to blaze a trail?Jake Helfer is a 29-year-old powerhouse entrepreneur, speaker, book coach, and author. He's the author of three books: Elevate Beyond, Elevate Your Network, and The Elevated Entrepreneur. But his real gift is coaching others to help them make their dreams come true, whether that's writing a book or turning some other passion into a reality. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Jake shares his close relationship with his family, and we discuss why some of his blocks around money are presenting as he achieves more success. Jake describes his relationship with his brother and how he's always been a rock for him, a true characteristic of the 8. We explore how Jake can leverage his 7 and 9 wings to embody his growth number and become more powerful. Listen in to understand what characterizes a one-on-one 8 like Jake (and me), and how he can continue to use his gifts to help others through his coaching while allowing himself to have more wealth so he can elevate more people, especially those he cares about the most. What You Will LearnWhy high achievers like Jake tend to be mistyped more often than othersWhy Jake's quest to put others before himself is bigger than winningWhy one-on-one 8s can be introverted until they decide to show upWhich less flattering stereotypes of the type show up when 8s are unhealthyWhy an 8 is the one type you want in your corner when things “hit the fan” The secret reason the 8s seek out and elevate the underdogThe aspect of the type 8 that helps Jake share his story with othersWhy Jake was mistyped as an Enneagram 3 and how winning is different for the Protective ChallengerHow Jake uses his 7 wing to reach for new levels of what's possible, like when he created the Pro Basketball Combine Why 8s fall into investigator mode and play small when they are feeling vulnerable How Jake can lean into his growth number to alleviate his blocks and help even more people Connect with JakeJake Kelfer:https://www.jakekelfer.com/Jake Kelfer on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/jakekelfer/Connect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Resources Unlocking Your Full Potential: Understanding the Enneagram Instinctual Subtypes on Leadership Formula EP220:http://tracyomalley.com/ep220-unlocking-your-full-potential-understanding-the-enneagram-instinctual-subtypes/Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email firstname.lastname@example.org
This week we're raging in person! Sandi and Ashleigh back in studio to give an introduction to the David Kibbe Body Types. Listen to see which one you are! We are introducing a new sequent called “ Am I The Drama” where you can email or DM us your stories where you think you ✨might✨ be the bad guy and we will help you figure out if you ARE the drama or not! Email us @email@example.com DM us @readytoragepodcast on instagram! Happy Raging!
Hersh, if the title of this episode doesn't confuse you, then you surely will be confounded (big word for confuse) by what happens here today. We started off by helping Trey sing using our mouths as a fife (big word that you need to look up for yourself, I do enough work here) as it were. From there, things went totally of the proverbial rails. I told a touching "story" about a friend named Ignatious and his wife Agnus. Deacon Dustin summed up my story as a "frown show." #hurtful We also discussed not in this order: powdered wigs, Patricia's on the back, Helmets while riding on the half-pipe.... Deacon Dustin also made an under-vague John Wayne reference. No surprise here, seeing that he lives somewhere between Jesus and John Wayne. (That is also the portion of the show that Songleader Brad mispronounced "Pilgrim" as "Pilgrin." Speaking (or Typing) of order.... you can now order some highly valued Pod'N Me merchandise (long for merch) from podnme.org and if you order soon, you could get some items that are signed by US! (likely to drop the value of the product) You can also sen feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening!
Episode 13 of Season 4 of Bombers Shae continues to be dead, so Xiaber and Anthony (DEG) discuss the new Playstation Gamepass thingy, the Breath of the Wild 2 delay, the Chrono Cross remake, the House of the Dead Nintendo Switch killer app, E3 being cancelled, and a bunch of other cool stuff. Give us your money to "improve the show" here: https://www.patreon.com/thisisbombers Join our Discord server and hang out with us! https://discord.gg/gKXfH3f Check out our new website: ThisIsBombers.com (do not access in airports)! Follow us on Twitter (haha) @thisisbombers! Email us your questions at ThisIsBombers@gmail.com and maybe we'll answer them!
For people who have never lived with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the condition can be seen pretty simply. They might think it means the person can't concentrate on anything, that they can't focus on much of anything. But for the writer and podcast host Sarah Marshall - and for many like her - it's not that simple. She grew up with the issue of being very focused on things she cared about and not caring so much about the aspects of school that didn't intrigue her. Eventually she was diagnosed with what was then referred to as attention deficit disorder (ADD) and given what she refers to as “homework pills.”Later in life, she became intensely interested in researching and picking apart the case of Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, who, like Marshall, was from the Portland area. On her hit show, You're Wrong About, Marshall continues to do intense, highly concentrated analyses of historical events that other people, who don't pay as much attention, might misunderstand.In the introduction of this episode, John talks about a college freshman whose ADHD manifested in a similar way. In his case, it meant typing just ridiculously fast, as you can see in the video below.Typing 220 WPM For 15 seconds (100% accuracy Fast Typing Sounds)Qualifying for a $1,000 typing tournament [200 WPM with Dvorak Keyboard]Listen to Sarah Marshall's podcasts, You're Wrong About and You Are Good, wherever pods are cast. Visit Sarah's website at RememberSarahMarshall.com. Follow Sarah on Twitter @Remember_Sarah.Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of Maximum Fun. Hey, remember, you're part of Depresh Mode and we want to hear what you want to hear about. What guests and issues would you like to have covered in a future episode? Write us at email@example.com.Help is available right away.The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255, 1-800-273-TALKCrisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741.International suicide hotline numbers available here: https://www.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlinesThe Depresh Mode newsletter is available twice a week. Subscribe for free and stay up to date on the show and mental health issues. https://johnmoe.substack.com/John's acclaimed memoir, The Hilarious World of Depression, is available here. https://read.macmillan.com/lp/the-hilarious-world-of-depression/Find the show on Twitter @depreshpod and Instagram @depreshpod.John is on Twitter @johnmoe.
Eric rides a bike and eats a burger. Jon eagerly awaits bees. A few follow ups to Okta, Lapsus, Cryptocurrency losses and a Ukraine hacker. The FBI goes after BEC scams, Exxon mines bitcoin with excess gas, forged Legal requests and a new exploit, logo pending. Eric find CRISPR cows interesting and Jon is looking forward to buying books in the Kindle app. 0:00 - Introduction 10:03 - More Okta 11:09 - Lapsus Mastermind 13:01 - $625 million more... 14:22 - Ukraine Hacker 17:35 - FBI BEC News 19:05 - Excess Gas Bitcoin Mining 21:39 - Forged Legal Requests 29:12 - Spring4Shell 34:22 - CRISPR Cows 37:04 - Apple Reader App News
After a exciting weekend of hockey (in both the thrilling and stomach clenching ways), the Gophers are headed back to the Frozen Four. Typing that out feels good. It looks good. It's just...right. We definitely talk all about the excitement around hockey, but the Pride on Ice isn't the only Minnesota team with ongoing postseason dreams. Gymnastics heads to Oklahoma for the NCAA regionals. We discuss what it will take to send them to back to back National Finals before we close with some basketball. The Women's Final Four is in Minneapolis and while the Gophers are obviously not there, there are lots of reasons to pay attention and enjoy the presence of another national sports event in our backyard. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As your soft-spoken, ASMR librarian today we'll be cataloguing some books. First we'll inspect the books for any damage, then enter the book into the system, and then fill out and stamp the card for the book. With a medley of plastic crinkles, crispy and smooth paper sounds, along with writing and typing sounds I hope you find this process relaxing and full of tingles.
Today we'll go through our ASMR Dinner menu planning by looking through this recipe magazine to find recipes and inspiration for the menu. I'll type up our favorite recipes from the magazine and we can narrow down our favorites. Sit back and relax, and I hope you enjoy.✨
House of the Dead 2 is one of the most famous, and most successful, arcade cabinet games of all time. Not only that, it's been credited along with Resident Evil for spearheading the resurgence of zombies in media that occurred in the late 90s. But for all its success, I don't think anyone could have anticipated the spinoff title that would emerge just a year later: The Typing of the Dead.The game stays shockingly close to the original, with the main change being replacing shooting bullets at enemies with typing increasingly difficult words and phrases, with each keystroke representing a bullet. You're still on rails, still following the same story, but instead of a gun you have a Sega with a giant battery strapped on your back. It's a bizarre game, and you can't deny the novelty - but is it actually a fun game to play? Or does it's legacy and value lie in its strangeness alone?On this episode, we discuss:Just how bad is Typing of the Dead's storytelling and voice acting? Does bad voice acting have any intrinsic value, or are we lucky to have the professional voice acting of the present?Is there any value to dynamic difficulty whatsoever, or is it always going to be worse than having selectable and set difficulty options?How much of the enjoyment of Typing of the Dead can be attributed to the aesthetics and feel of blowing apart zombies with each keystroke? We answer these questions and many more on the 83rd episode of the Retro Spectives Podcast!—Intro Music: KieLoBot - Tanzen KOutro Music: Rockit Maxx - One point to anotherTyping of the Dead OST: Tetsua Kawauchi—Next fortnight we're taking on the giant of the ARPG scene: Diablo 2! We'll be joined by special guest Shane of the Retro Hangover Podcast to evaluate if it can possibly be worth your time to go back and play one of the most famous Blizzard titles ever made. Check them out for some great discussion of retro video games!—Is Typing of the Dead the only good typing game in existence? What do you think of the original Light Gun games that its based off? Should James feel ashamed for no longer using a mechanical keyboard? Come let us know what you think on our community discord server!
Hello my scrumptious box of takeout, today's episode is my take on some inaudible and semi inaudible whispering since I haven't really done that before. (also it was requested haha!) I'll start with some semi inaudible whispering and writing sounds. Then I'll be only writing but with some layered inaudible whispering thrown in (I love how this part sounds personally!!), and then I'll finish off with some more whispering and typing sounds on my keyboard. If anyone's curious, the layered inaudible whispering is being read from a book that my friend wrote, because it's the only book I have a physical copy of haha. Love you all, hope you enjoy!
Hi!!! I asked you on Instagram if you preferred typing or hand writing as a trigger, and typing won. I realized after it was done that the typing sounds a bit aggressive but hopefully the totality of the video is still relaxing. I personally love a good typing video and assessments are surprisingly relaxing for me. Enjoy! I love you Ellie ✨ personalized videos https://v.cameo.com/DNkaJHRzyob ✨video equipment fundraiser https://gofund.me/9d2cd0a7 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elliezahereasmr/support
Eric Peterson joins us with his debut novel, Loyalty, Love, & Vermouth. We discuss his journey from playwrite to novelist, how found family rallies together in a crisis, and including real people as aspects of his characters.
Sony announces some games during their State of Play event. Nic continues to play Elden Ring, Bobby finally beats Epistory – Typing Chronicles, Emilio starts Guardians of the Galaxy and Amanda plays some VR games from the Ukrainian bundle from Humble Bundle. TOPICSExoprimal, Ghostwire Tokyo, Multiversus, TMNT: Cowabunga Collection, Submerged: Hidden Depths, Nanotale – Typing...
In this episode, Kate and Lance dive into the new Pixar film Turning Red. Most of the characters are a little younger than typical typing age, but we jump in and explore together. Join in the conversation on Instagram.
Catch us every morning, 5 days a week, for our Daily Drop-In live series at 7:00am Eeastern. Join us for interviews with educators from all around the world, valuable resources, motivation, inspiration, and a whole lot of fun! For more visit www.teachbetter.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
Jonny, Sam, and Josh get on the mic at midnight after they get back from their trip down to Champaign to break down how your Fighting Illini took down the Iowa Hawkeyes 74-72 to win the Big Ten regular-season title. (Typing this gives us chills)
2022-03-01 Weekly News - Episode 137Watch the video version on YouTube at https://youtu.be/kRi3dMfLPxA Hosts: Gavin Pickin - Senior Developer for Ortus SolutionsDan Card - Senior Developer for Ortus SolutionsThanks to our Sponsor - Ortus SolutionsThe makers of ColdBox, CommandBox, ForgeBox, TestBox and almost every other Box out there. A few ways to say thanks back to Ortus Solutions: Like and subscribe to our videos on YouTube. Help ORTUS reach for the Stars - Star and Fork our Repos https://github.com/coldbox/coldbox-platform https://github.com/Ortus-Solutions/ContentBox/ https://github.com/Ortus-Solutions/commandbox/ https://github.com/ortus-solutions/docker-commandbox https://github.com/Ortus-Solutions/testbox/ https://github.com/coldbox-modules/qb/ https://github.com/coldbox-modules/quick/ https://github.com/coldbox-modules/cbwire https://github.com/Ortus-Solutions/DocBox Star all of your Github Box Dependencies from CommandBox with https://www.forgebox.io/view/commandbox-github Subscribe to our Podcast on your Podcast Apps and leave us a review Sign up for a free or paid account on CFCasts, which is releasing new content every week Buy Ortus's Book - 102 ColdBox HMVC Quick Tips and Tricks on GumRoad (http://gum.co/coldbox-tips) Patreon SupportWe have 36 patreons providing 97% of the funding for our Modernize or Die Podcasts via our Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutions. News and EventsICYMI - Lucee 184.108.40.206 Release Candidate 1 - This release removes all traces of Log4j1With the advent of Lucee 5.3.9 -RC, we now have a build of CommandBox (5.5.0-alpha) which is 100% FREE OF LOG4J 1.x! https://downloads.ortussolutions.com/#/ortussolutions/commandbox/5.5.0-alpha/ Please help us test and use it if you need to get those #infosec monkeys off your back!