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Ashok Sinha is the Senior VP of Corporate Communications at Dow Jones, overseeing global communication functions. In this episode, we discuss:The Value of Storytelling for Excelling in Any FieldImportance of Passion in WorkFocus on Transferable Skills and Building RelationshipsWhy Focusing on Inclusivity and Equity for Diverse Employees is better for businessThe Role of Allyship from Colleagues and Executive LeadershipWhy Self-Identity and Self-Expression Leads to a Successful CareerShow GuestAshok Sinha is the Senior VP of Corporate Communications at Dow Jones, overseeing global communication functions. Before this, he was Senior VP of Corporate Communications and PR at Audacy, a leading audio content company. Ashok has also held senior communication roles at WarnerMedia, NBCUniversal, Viacom, and Publicis Media. He is a board member of the 4As Foundation, which focuses on increasing diversity in advertising, media, and marketing. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a Master of Fine Arts in Theater from the California Institute of the Arts. Follow him on LinkedIn Support the showJill Griffin is committed to improving workplace life through leadership guidance, well-being, and impactful strategies. Her executive coaching, workshop facilitation, and innovation have driven multi-million-dollar revenues for top agencies, startups, and renowned brands. Her strategic acumen and perceptive insights contribute to individual and organizational success. Collaborating with individuals, teams, and organizations, Jill fosters high-performance cultures and facilitates growth for leaders. Visit JillGriffinCoaching.com for more details on: Book a 1:1 Career Strategy and Executive Coaching HERE Gallup CliftonStrengths Corporate Workshops to build a strengths-based culture Team Dynamics training to increase retention, communication, goal setting, and effective decision-making Keynote Speaking Grab a personal Resume Refresh with Jill Griffin HERE Follow @jillGriffinOffical on Instagram for daily inspiration Connect with and follow Jill on LinkedIn
Welcome to a comprehensive guide that will transform your approach to dealing with rodents. In "Mastering Rodent Traps: 5 Game-Changing Strategies for Unrivaled Capture Success," we delve into the world of pest control with a focus on rodent management. Whether you're a seasoned professional or a homeowner seeking effective solutions, these five strategies will elevate your trapping game to new heights. Join us as we unlock the secrets to achieving unparalleled success in capturing and controlling rodents. It's time to take control of your pest problems and emerge victorious in the battle against these unwanted guests. Chapter 1: The Intriguing Rodent Trap Choice Dilemma: Finding the Perfect Fit Greetings, everyone! I'm Stephen Vantassel, your host for another riveting episode of "Living the Wildlife." Before we dive headfirst into today's captivating subject, let's pause for a moment. If you've had a fantastic week, great! I've been working tirelessly on multiple recordings to ensure you have a steady stream of engaging content. And now, as we approach the holiday season, I find myself producing more episodes to keep you entertained. Now, here's a simple request before we proceed any further - if you haven't already, I urge you to subscribe to our channel. A simple click of the button can do wonders! Don't forget to ring the notification bell, ensuring you're always in the loop with our latest updates. But hey, I get it; not everyone's a fan of YouTube. If that's the case for you, you can still reach me on Rumble. I maintain an account there under "Wildlife Control Consultant." And for direct inquiries or collaborations, you can reach me at Stephen@wildlifecontrolconsultant.com. Alternatively, you can contact me using my trusty old email address, email@example.com. Chapter 2: Unearthing the Research Gem In the early 1990s, a trio of researchers - Mr. Jorgenson, Dearis, and Witor - embarked on a scientific journey that would ultimately shed light on the complex world of trap design and its impact on capturing rodents. Their research, conducted in 1993, became the focal point of our discussion today. The title of their article, "The Effect of Box Trap Design on Rodent Captures," published in the Southwestern Naturalist's Volume 39, Issue 3 (pages 291-294), was deceptively simple, hiding a wealth of insights waiting to be uncovered. The central question that ignited this research was both straightforward and crucial: Are box traps with solid walls more effective at capturing rodents than their cage trap counterparts? You see, the world of wildlife control, while vastly different from academic research, often hinges on the same fundamental question - what works best? In their quest to provide an answer, these researchers brought a rigorous scientific approach to the matter. Chapter 3: Demystifying Rodent Trap Types Before we dive into the nitty-gritty of this groundbreaking research, it's essential to distinguish between the two primary trap types involved in this study: box traps and cage traps. Box Traps: These traps, epitomized by the well-known Sherman trap, are compact, versatile, and the darling of many researchers. The Sherman trap is characterized by its collapsible design, which allows for easy transport and storage. Furthermore, they can be stacked together, making them a space-efficient choice for conducting large-scale rodent surveys. The solid walls of the box trap provide a confined space that often proves enticing to inquisitive rodents. Cage Traps: On the other side of the trapping spectrum, we have cage traps. These traps are somewhat similar in size to box traps but possess distinct design features. The defining characteristic of cage traps is their wire mesh construction, allowing trapped animals to be visible from the outside. Cage traps are often used in situations where live capture and release are necessary, such as in humane wildlife removal scenarios. ...
Subscriber-only episodeEver wonder about the profound impact acknowledging God's role can have on overcoming life's many battles? You're in the right place! We're taking a deep dive into Psalm 44's stirring theme of utter reliance on God, even when we seem to have all the resources. As we trace back to the belief in God's providence that guided our founding fathers during the Revolutionary War, we see that even today, these powerful lessons in trust remain relevant. As our nation teeters on the brink of discord, we can't help but ponder - could trust in divine guidance be the key to our unity?But what if history had taken a different turn? We're stirring up a fascinating scenario — what if the South had fallen and peacefully merged with the Union, thereby dodging the Civil War? As we navigate this compelling alternate reality, we underline the value of standing firm and doing our duties, entrusting the outcomes to God. As we wrap up this thought-provoking sojourn, we're sending blessings your way — to you, your families, your marriages, and to our beloved nation. Prepare to have your perspective broadened and your faith elevated. Join us now!The American Soul Podcasthttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1791934/subscribe
This is part 3 in a 3 part seriesIn 2003 the CIA declassified a document that reports on a technique called the Gateway Experience. A training system developed by The Monroe Institute that was designed to focus brainwave output to alter consciousness and escape the restrictions of time and space. This document was produced by US Army Lieutenant Colonel Wayne M. McDonnell.In this episode we go through this document and discuss our thoughts and ideas on what it covers.You can follow along using the following linkFull report!Buy us a Coffee buymeacoffee.com/unpnormalcDAmy's Etsy Page Etsy.com/shop/sweetmagicbyamy Use Promo Code PARANORMACY at check out for free shipping (US only) Our Website: https://www.unpnormalcy.com/The Green Mushroom Podcast Network: greenmushroomproject.comSmuts Up, Lux Occult, Ad Hoc History, Administrism, Unearthing Paranormalcy, Primordia, Ex V Plan, Grognostics Also don't forget our other linksDiscordhttps://discord.gg/NhZxdPfdEdFollow us on Facebook and Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/unpnormalcyhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2147778561941881/ Follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/unpnormalcy/Support the showSupport the show
Imagine the southern plains once teeming with 50 million buffaloes, a resource so vast it was considered inexhaustible. Then, picture it transforming into a desolate, putrid desert, the aftermath of a rampant hunting spree fueled by the discovery of buffalo leather by tanneries worldwide, the westward migration of war veterans and the establishment of railroads. This episode takes you on an engrossing journey through this pivotal, and often ignored chapter of American history. We'll discuss how the pursuit of quick wealth led to the unintentional theft of the Indians' livelihood and the severe disruption of natural replenishment, leaving the plains a wasteland and the once-thriving buffalo population in shambles.Fast forward to 1872, when the big hunt left the Arkansas buffalo herd in ruins, and hunters began encroaching on the Indian hunting grounds in southwestern Kansas. We'll recount riveting tales of their encounters with the military and the shocking scale of devastation through Lieutenant Colonel Dodge's eyes. The devastation was so profound that the plains, once bustling with buffalo life, were now filled with a sickening stench from the myriad of carcasses left to rot. The episode continues with a deep dive into the Medicine Lodge Treaty of 1867 and its implications for the buffalo hunting grounds. Join us as we shed light on this significant period of American history, a time of rapid change and devastating loss.Support the showReturn of the Great HuntersCattle Drives WebsiteLegends of Dodge City WebsiteOrder Books
Kauwila & Inalihi - "Pae ʻĀina to Palestine" from the 2023 album Rise Up: BDS Mixtape vol. 2 on Amplify Palestine This week's Song of the Day picks were chosen by DJs Miss Ashley, Kevin Sur, Tory, and Isabel Khalili in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle. From Hawai'i to Sudan, these songs represent the global solidarity movement in support of Palestinians and anti-colonialism. The BDS Mixtape series that features three of this week's songs was inspired by the 1985 Sun City album by artists boycotting apartheid South Africa. To learn more about the music and its connection to the cause, visit Majazz Project and Amplify Palestine. Honolulu-based duo Kauwila & Inalihi note the connection between Hawaii and Palestine on today's Song of the Day. As Kauwila writes on Instagram, "Unearthing our storied solidarities that are nearly two centuries old is a a path towards rejecting western-centric forms of governance as a norm. Those tired models only reproduce the violences of colonization, genocide, patriarchy, capitalism, religious oppression, and state violence to privilege the corporations, militaries, banks of the rich. When we center aloha aina, deep love for the land, we will remember these deep connections between Hawaii and Palestine: We are two occupied nations struggling for liberation, we are too in love with our land and our nation!" Read the full story at KEXP.orgSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy Native American Heritage Month! On today's episode, I speak with Shanclen and Hero, Indigenous Navajo paranormal investigators. They talk about what led them to create their Youtube channel Unearthing the Supernatural, what paranormal reality shows today get wrong, their favorite pieces of evidence they've captured, and their most memorable interactions with spirit.Unearthing the Supernaturalhttps://www.youtube.com/@UnearthingtheSupernaturalShanclen Shadow Productionshttps://www.youtube.com/@ShanclenShadowProductionsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5900164/advertisement
We've got an enlightening journey to embark upon, folks! With the insightful Tim Barton as our guide, we're all set to unravel the gripping history and significance of Thanksgiving in America. Unearthing the foundation of this cherished festival, we discover that it was established a whopping 150 years before our revered Declaration of Independence. Listen in as we emphasize the untold importance of Thanksgiving - a time of reflection on faith, culture, and constitutional principles.Next, we invite you to an exceptional tour through American history at the WallBuilders Museum. Tim Barton, gives us a virtual tour through an awe-inspiring collection of over 100,000 original documents and artifacts from the founding era. Prepare to be riveted as we uncover the intriguing tales of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and more. Furthermore, we explore the fascinating relationship between Washington and Alexander Hamilton during the American Revolution.As we delve deeper, we emphasize the efforts of WallBuilders, a non-profit organization that's preserving America's forgotten history and founding principles. Hear how they wield original documents and rigorous research to arm politicians and the public with accurate information in our age of rampant misinformation. We throw a spotlight on the profound influence of the Bible on our founding fathers and early American history. Strengthen your knowledge base and join us as we urge listeners to verify historical information and comprehend the full narrative. Together, we can discover the truth, find courage, and promote good amidst division. So buckle up, and let's dive into an unforgettable journey through time!Support the show
Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast.Subscribe to the newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Podcasts Unearthing Hidden Stories.Sponsor:The Skin ReportLinks mentioned in this episode:Email ArielleHolly BrownTim VillegasLast week's podcast picksSpotlightODBPodcast The NewsletterPodcast Marketing Trends ReportEarBuds blog postsPodnewsHere are this week's podcast picks:The HeistA CRISPR BiteAdoption: The Making of MeDon't Drink The MilkObscuredFind the list here_____Apply to have your podcast spotlitSubmit to our Community sectionCurate a listFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Facebook at EarBuds Podcast CollectiveFollow us on InstagramWebsite__________CREDITS:Written by Devon DiComoWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattEngineered by Daniel TureckThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4331067/advertisement
Does history give you goosebumps? Specifically, history that explores the minds of kings and uncovers hidden stories of little-known queens?In this episode, Tara and Michelle venture into the ancient palaces of South India as they converse with Anirudh Kanisetti, author of “Lords of the Deccan: Southern Indian from the Chalukyas to the Cholas”. They discuss how a majority of Deccan history got left out and why it mattered enough to make him dive into translations of literature and inscriptions from 600-1100 CE, how he made friends through memes, and why making history accessible was important to him. Tune in to hear Anirudh Kanisetti talk about his fascination for Deccan history, and examine the politics of the Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas and Cholas up close! Produced by Aishwarya Javalgekar‘Books and Beyond with Bound' is the podcast where Tara Khandelwal and Michelle D'costa uncover how their books reflect the realities of our lives and society today. Find out what drives India's finest authors: from personal experiences to jugaad research methods, insecurities to publishing journeys. Created by Bound, a storytelling company that helps you grow through stories. Follow us @boundindia on all social media platforms.
Promising an in-depth exploration into the fascinating world of Asian trail running, we converse with Steve Brammer, the esteemed race director of the Hong Kong 100. Steve provides a compelling narrative of how the prolonged lockdown in China and a tragic accident that claimed 20 trail runners have reshaped the local trail running community. As we traverse through this episode, we will unravel the evolution of the Ultra Trail World Tour, the Ultra Trail Majors, and cast a lens on the challenges and rewards of managing a global trail running community in these unprecedented times.We journey together down the path of the Hong Kong 100 race, an intense two-day event that beckons runners to conquer its 80K and 50K routes. Unearthing the unique history and potential hazards of the trail, Steve regales us with inspiring accounts from those who've braved the path. We also delve into the vibrant trail running culture of Hong Kong, marked by a blend of old village paths and extensive trails established by British governors, and how it has been affected by the unfolding pandemic.But the trail doesn't end there. We navigate the strategies adopted by race organizers throughout the pandemic, witness the birth of the Global Trail Racing Alliance, and examine the controversies that have sent ripples through the global trail running community. As we reach the peak of our discussion, we'll cast our gaze forward to the future of the Ultra Trail World Tour and the promising prospects of the World Trail Majors. So, lace up your running shoes, plug in your headphones, and get ready to immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring world of Asian trail running.DriSeats.com If you're fed up with leaving your car seats muddy, damp and smelly after sitting in them after your run, check out DriSeats range of car seat covers, designed specifically for runners. Durable, removable and machine-washable, you can claim a Do-Badder discount right now by going to DriSeats.com and using the code BBR20 for 20% off your first order.Love the podcast and these videos? Buy us a beer! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/badboyrunning Join the Bad Boy Running Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/badboyrunning Visit the Bad Boy Running store for merchandise: https://store.badboyrunning.com Join the Bad Boy Running Club here: https://club.badboyr...
Have you ever experienced the internal struggle between good and evil? Akin to the biblical tale of Yakov and Asav, we're taking you on a spectacular journey into cosmic forces. This episode follows the legendary tale of Yaakov and Esav right from their time in Rivka's womb. Their intense conflict leaves Rivka in sheer despair, particularly when she senses her unborn child's contradictory desires as she walks past synagogues and idolatrous temples. Yet, she finds solace when she learns that she's carrying twins.Drawing parallels to the Jewish dilemma of following God and Baal simultaneously, we unearth a powerful idea by the grandfather of the Brisker dynasty. It highlights the importance of complete dedication to a single cause rather than hovering between two separate ideas. Tune in to this episode and let the epic saga of Yaakov and Esav inspire you to take a step closer on your journey of faith and commitment. Let's go all in and give a champion effort in our endeavors, as dancing at two weddings simultaneously is impossible, and going half in is never the right move.Support the showJoin the WhatsApp community for daily motivational Torah content! JOIN HERE ---------------- SUBSCRIBE to The Weekly Parsha for an insightful weekly shiur on the Parsha of the week. Listen on Spotify or the new Jewish music and Podcast streaming platform 24six! Access all Torah talks and listen to featured episodes on our new website, themotivationcongregation.org ---------------- Questions or Comments? Please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
"Archaeology is just one avenue of trying to understand the human experience and finding out how we are alike, in what ways we are different. It's a real intellectual challenge, and that challenge is something I really enjoy engaging in." - Bruce Bradley Have you ever wondered about the hidden stories buried beneath the surface? The ancient mysteries waiting to be uncovered? Well, in our latest episode of Winds Of Change, we delved into the fascinating world of archaeology and the secrets it holds. We had the pleasure of speaking with archaeology experts George Zeimens and Dr. Bruce Bradley, as we explored the archaeological significance of Sunrise, Wyoming. From the ancient past to the present day, we uncovered the multiple uses of red ochre and its cultural, artistic, and symbolic importance throughout history. But what truly stood out was the importance of public engagement in archaeology. We discussed how each and every one of us can play a part in preserving our shared heritage. By staying updated with ongoing discoveries and advancements, we can be at the forefront of archaeological research and contribute to our understanding of the ancient world. About George Zeimens and Dr. Bruce Bradley George Zeimens, executive director of the Sunrise Historic and Prehistoric Preservation Society, an experienced archaeologist, got involved in the field of archaeology through a fortunate encounter with Dr. George Frison, the state archaeologist in Wyoming, back in the 1970s. This meeting led to an invitation to work on several archaeological sites in Wyoming, including the iconic Paleo-Indian sites. The Sunrise site revealed a surprising aspect of human behavior, as ancient people put significant effort into mining red ochre, a type of iron oxide. This discovery challenges our preconceived notions about the abilities and motivations of ancient civilizations. George's continued engagement in archaeology stems from his fascination with understanding the human experience and uncovering the similarities and differences between cultures throughout history. His work at the Sunrise site is just one example of the intellectual challenges and rewarding discoveries that await in the field of archaeology. Dr. Bruce Bradley is an experienced archaeologist with a specialization in lithic technology. His expertise in the study of stone tools has made him a valuable asset in the field of archaeology. Throughout his career, Bruce has worked on numerous archaeological sites in Wyoming, including the Horner site and Agate Basin site in Casper. His contributions to publications and research have solidified his credibility as a respected archaeologist. Bruce's passion for understanding the human experience through material culture has driven him to explore ancient civilizations and their capabilities. Currently serving as a co-principal investigator at the Sunrise archaeological site in Wyoming, Bruce continues to uncover valuable insights into the Paleo Indian people who once inhabited the area. His dedication to archaeological research and commitment to preserving our cultural heritage make him a valuable contributor to the field. Discover the ancient past Understanding the ancient past is key in revealing the patterns and intricacies of human civilization. Unearthing relics and artifacts, like the red ochre found in Sunrise, Wyoming, provides crucial insight into the lives and practices of our ancestors. This deeper understanding of history doesn't just enrich our knowledge of archaeology, but also gives us vital context about how such ancient cultures have influenced modern society. Uncover the secrets of red ochre Red ochre is a fascinating material with deep-rooted significance in prehistoric cultures worldwide. Its pigment properties gave it versatile uses, including being used as a preservative and an abrasive, but its spiritual and ritualistic implications truly demonstrate its cultural significance. Unraveling the secrets behind the use of red ochre at the Sunrise site gives us a truly unique insight into the lives and beliefs of Paleo-Indian society. Explore Prehistoric Cultures Studying prehistoric cultures offers a thrilling opportunity to delve into the roots of human civilization. The archaeological site at Sunrise, Wyoming, demonstrates a sophisticated ancient community that challenges previous beliefs that early societies were merely hunter-gatherer bands. The shifts in projectile point styles, the sophisticated mining operations, and the link to red ochre all offer a captivating exploration of how these ancient humans lived, worked, and innovated. Listen to the Winds of Change podcast on Wyoming humanities website or your preferred podcast platform. Learn more about Sunrise, Wyoming and its significance as a mining camp and archaeological site. Explore the history and stories of Wyoming through the perspectives of its people and communities. Visit the Sunrise, Wyoming archaeological site during the summer months to witness ongoing research. Read publications and articles by Bruce Bradley and George Zeimens on various archaeological sites in Wyoming. Consider the capabilities and achievements of ancient civilizations and how they may have been underestimated in modern times. Stay curious and open-minded about what archaeology can reveal about our shared history and cultural diversity. Connect with us! https://www.facebook.com/storiesaboutwhy www.Thinkwy.org https://www.linkedin.com/emydigrappa Emy@ThinkWY.org Sign up for the Storytelling Podcast Newsletter Listen on Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts and many more. ThinkWY.org Sign up for our Storytelling Podcast Newsletter! Follow this link or use the QR code
RJJ Software's Podcasting Services This episode of The Modern .NET Show is supported, in part, by RJJ Software's Podcasting Services, where your podcast becomes extraordinary. We take a different approach here, just like we do with our agile software projects. You see, when it comes to your podcast, we're not just your editors; we're your collaborators. We work with you to iterate toward your vision, just like we do in software development. If you're ready to take your podcast to the next level, don't hesitate. Contact us at RJJ Software to explore how we can help you create the best possible podcast experience for your audience, elevate your brand, and unlock the vast potential in podcasting. Show Notes Welcome to The Modern .NET Show! Formerly known as The .NET Core Podcast, we are the go-to podcast for all .NET developers worldwide and I am your host Jamie "GaProgMan" Taylor. In this episode, I spoke with Jeremy Sinclair about how it's vital that developers understand the code that they are looking to fix, especially when the code they are fixing is complex. Sinclair also emphasises the importance of collective learning and collaboration in the workplace - it's never a competition. But one of the biggest things, says Sinclair, is our ability to learn in the open, using open-source technologies. "We can apply this over here, if we want this to work together as a full solution. I'll take this part and we need to upgrade this. I'm like, 'wow, this is awesome.' It was like full collaboration because there was so much stuff that I figured out by reading through the docs. I can't tell you how many times I've built the project, debugged, stepped through" - Jeremy Sinclair. So let's sit back, open up a terminal, type in `dotnet new podcast` and we'll dive into the core of Modern .NET. Supporting the Show If you find this episode useful in any way, please consider supporting the show by either leaving a review (check our review page for ways to do that), sharing the episode with a friend or colleague, buying the host a coffee, or considering becoming a Patron of the show. Full Show Notes The full show notes, including links to some of the things we discussed and a full transcription of this episode, can be found at: https://dotnetcore.show/season-6/unearthing-the-secrets-of-open-source-and-collaborative-development-with-jeremy-sinclair/ Useful Links Jeremy on the web: sinclairinat0r a GitHub sinclairinat0r.com MinGW ILSpy Power Toys Identity Server v4 Identity Server from Duende Microsoft Learn Supporting the show: Leave a rating or review Buy the show a coffee Become a patron Getting in touch: via the contact page joining the Discord Music created by Mono Memory Music, licensed to RJJ Software for use in The Modern .NET Show Remember to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or wherever you find your podcasts, this will help the show's audience grow. Or you can just share the show with a friend. And don't forget to reach out via our Contact page. We're very interested in your opinion of the show, so please get in touch. You can support the show by making a monthly donation on the show's Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/TheDotNetCorePodcast.
As we examine the trials faced by farmers and ranchers, we uncover the sheer magnitude of their struggle against nature. This exploration opens a doorway to a greater understanding of faith and gratitude, as we turn our prayers to our nation and those who connect with us through this podcast. Drawing inspiration from President Lincoln's 1863 proclamation, we identify the root of our contemporary problems - forgetting God. Journeying through excerpts from Deuteronomy in the Children's Bible, we understand the teachings of humility, the necessity of God's discipline, and the lessons from our forebears' wilderness sojourn.Evolving this dialogue further, our focus shifts to God's role as a disciplinarian and the critical importance of acknowledging Him and His blessings. The last eight decades have seen our nation gradually forget God, an oversight that has severely impacted our survival and prosperity. Lincoln's proclamation and the significance of imparting truth to the next generation finds a renewed emphasis in our discussion. We underscore the need to appreciate God's hand in our achievements and the essence of humility and gratitude. Join us to connect these eternal lessons to our present-day realities and discover methods to foster a profound thankfulness for life's blessings.Support the showThe American Soul Podcasthttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1791934/subscribe
This is part 2 in a 3 part seriesIn 2003 the CIA declassified a document that reports on a technique called the Gateway Experience. A training system developed by The Monroe Institute that was designed to focus brainwave output to alter consciousness and escape the restrictions of time and space. This document was produced by US Army Lieutenant Colonel Wayne M. McDonnell.In this episode we go through this document and discuss our thoughts and ideas on what it covers.You can follow along using the following linkFull report!Buy us a Coffee buymeacoffee.com/unpnormalcDAmy's Etsy Page Etsy.com/shop/sweetmagicbyamy Use Promo Code PARANORMACY at check out for free shipping (US only) Our Affiliates: Para-box Monthly- enter Promo Code PARANORMALCY at check out to get 10% off your first box!Halloweencostumes.comOur Website: https://www.unpnormalcy.com/The Green Mushroom Podcast Network: greenmushroomproject.comSmuts Up, Lux Occult, Ad Hoc History, Administrism, Unearthing Paranormalcy, Primordia, Ex V Plan, Grognostics Also don't forget our other linksDiscordhttps://discord.gg/NhZxdPfdEdFollow us on Facebook and Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/unpnormalcyhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2147778561941881/ Follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/unpnormalcy/Support the show
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Join Konstantinos Politis as he digs through the long history of the Greek city of Chalkida, from its war-altering strategic importance to its lush date farms. Listen as he discusses his work, as a grantee of The Barakat Trust, exploring the town's Ottoman Heritage, discovering several mosques, and navigating the complexities of Greek identity and how it can incorporate the history of post-Classical Greece.
*Cash Flow Planner (FREE Budget Sheet)Renting v. Buying Article ReferencedAri Taublieb, MBA, CFP® is the Vice President of Root Financial Partners and a Fiduciary Financial Planner specializing in helping clients navigate the nuances of an early retirement (non-traditional retirement).-> Create Your Custom Strategy To Retire Early-> Free E-Book: A Complete Guide To An Early Retirement-> Free eBook: Health Insurance For An Early RetirementReady to shake up your retirement game plan? Brace yourself for a deep-dive into the world of renting in retirement. We're breaking away from traditional concepts and exploring fresh, innovative approaches to retirement living. Our journey starts with an intriguing look at the potential advantages and pitfalls of renting a home during this exciting phase of life. Drawing on the real-life experience of a client, we delve into the compelling interplay between renting and the 'regret gap' – those precious years from 55 to 70 when you've got the energy and health to live life to the fullest.Ever wondered if renting could actually be more cost-effective than buying a home? We bring you an enlightening discussion on the cost implications of renting versus buying. Unearthing the price-to-rent ratio, we tackle the age-old debate between lifestyle flexibility and stability. But the financial maze doesn't end there. We also navigate the intricate pathways of tax strategy and estate planning, highlighting their importance in the rent-or-buy decision-making process.But wait, there's more! As we tread further into the realm of retirement living options, we shine a spotlight on early retirement. Discover how renting could play a pivotal role in your retirement strategy. We dissect the cost of renting versus buying, scrutinize the lifestyle flexibility renting affords, and reveal how selling a home could pave the way to a lasting legacy for future generations. We also address your burning questions and equip you with the resources you need to make a sound decision. Remember, when treading these uncharted waters, it's best to consult the experts. So, grab a cup of tea, settle in, and join us as we rethink retirement!Create Your Custom Early Retirement Strategy Ari Taublieb, MBA, CFP® is the Vice President of Root Financial Partners and a Fiduciary Financial Planner specializing in helping clients navigate the nuances of an early retirement (non-traditional retirement).-> Create Your Custom Strategy To Retire Early-> Free E-Book: A Complete Guide To An Early Retirement-> NEW eBook: Health Insurance For An Early Retirement Start Here PS: Before anyone decides to move forward with our services, we want to ensure we're the best fit to help you reach your goals. We go through an in-depth planning process to show you exactly what it looks like to work with us.
Prepare to be captivated as Future City 88.1 WYPR embarks on a journey to reveal Baltimore's hidden narratives. In this extraordinary episode, our distinguished guests, including the insightful Kate Drabinski from Baltimore Heritage, the thought-provoking author and Maryland Institute of Art professor Mikita Brottman, and the acclaimed sports journalist and author William Rhoden, come together to shine a spotlight on the untold stories that have shaped Baltimore's unique identity. Explore the city's rich history, culture, and untapped treasures in this compelling radio show/podcast. Links to visit: http://www.mikitabrottman.com https://gwst.umbc.edu/kate-drabinski/ https://espnpressroom.com/us/bios/william-c-rhoden/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Deep within the remote wilderness of Ellensburg, Washington lies a phenomenon that has captivated the minds of many locals for decades. It is known as Mel's Hole, a seemingly bottomless pit with mysterious and bewildering properties. In this episode, we take a detour to explore the depths of Mel's Hole, where stories about this enigmatic pit have circulated for years, attracting the attention of curious locals and paranormal enthusiasts alike. Is it the grand entrance to Hollow Earth? Is it a portal to another universe? The hole is shrouded in mystery and conspiracy. The legend of Mel's Hole originated in the early 1990s when a man named Mel Waters claimed to have discovered a hole on his property. With vivid detail, he shares every peculiarity he observed about the hole from his first-hand perspective. According to Waters, the hole was so deep that he couldn't see the bottom, and anything thrown into it never returned. He estimates its depth to be around 80,000 feet, potentially making it the deepest hole on Earth. Mel conducted experiments, using his fishing line as a probe to monitor the depth of the hole. Mel also noticed significant temperature differences in and around the hole. As he further intervened and experimented, he observed that vegetation differed around the surface of the hole, with plants not growing nearby, and a brick-like barrier surrounding it. Intrigued by his findings, Mel decided to document them and share them through local radio talks, sparking both intrigue and skepticism among those who heard about it. This controversy finds its roots in the once-popular radio show, Coast to Coast AM, hosted by Art Bell during the 1990s and early 2000s. A caller named Mel Waters discussed the peculiar hole on his property. Described as a bottomless pit, an abyss into unknown darkness, the exact location of the hole remains unspecified, although it is perceived to be in the rural outskirts of Ellensburg, Washington State. The area became the subject of government controversy, with reports suggesting that the US government maintained a top-secret base there where alien activity occurred. As rumors spread, various theories emerged to explain the nature of Mel's Hole. Some believed it to be a portal to another dimension, while others speculated that it served as an entrance to a hidden underground world. Regardless of the speculations, one thing remains certain - Mel's Hole became synonymous with mystery and the unknown, a gateway to limitless possibilities. Waters himself shared several bizarre accounts of the hole's properties. He claimed that the temperature around the hole would drastically change depending on the time of day, with the area becoming noticeably colder at night. Additionally, he mentioned that local wildlife would behave strangely near the hole, appearing hesitant to approach it. Moreover, the Ellensburg area hosts many local tribes that witness anomalies within Mel's Hole area. Some claim it a source for giant beams of light, some say it could be a portal to another dimension. Furthermore, there were reports of unusual objects being retrieved from the hole, including a deceased and perfectly preserved two-headed calf. These alleged findings only added to the mystique surrounding Mel's Hole and fueled further investigations into its depths. Mel's Hole represents our deep-rooted fascination with the unexplained and our desire to explore the mysterious corners of our world. Similar to the Bermuda Triangle, it serves as a bridge between the physical world and the worlds beyond our natural environment. It acts as a reminder that even in our modern age of scientific advancements, there are still phenomena that defy explanation and leave us intrigued and perplexed. So, if you ever find yourself wandering through the isolated landscapes of Washington State, keep an eye out for Mel's Hole. Though the reality of its existence may be uncertain, the mystery and wonder it represents will continue to captivate those in search of the unknown abyss. This hole somehow extends into an abyss of nothingness, or a portal to a new world? Let us join Alexander and Jason as they explore the mysterious abyss of Mel's Hole. As always, Higher Density Living reserves no dogma because only the truth prevails in the universe. History is judged by enlightened communities, and the Higher Density Living podcast is committed to the same cause. You are the center of the universe. Thank you for joining us on this cosmic journey, and we look forward to sharing more fascinating topics with you in the future. Stay tuned for more episodes where we delve into the profound principles that shape our existence. Please support our sponsors TARTLE.CO. It is the only marketplace in the world that provides profit to you. Your personal data will serve for helpful causes. Unlocking human understanding through sharing of data and information, and Quality Mazda where you can avail affordable rides at a reasonable price.
Direct to video movies were not always the best but Aladdin and the King of Thieves did it right! We're peeling back the layers of this beloved film, unearthing themes around treasures and their rightful place, We examine Aladdin's apprehension about fatherhood and what it says about our human tendency to fret over the stages of life that lie ahead. Whether you're a Disney aficionado, or simply interested in exploring familiar narratives from a fresh perspective, this episode promises to be a fascinating voyage. Be sure to follow us on social media and check our website for more riveting content. Join us, as we intertwine the worlds of animation and the gospel like never before!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE_____________________________________________________________________________Drop us a line: email@example.comConsider Becoming a PatronFollow us:InstagramFacebookYouTubeTIkTok
This is part 1 in a 3 part series In 2003 the CIA declassified a document that reports on a technique called the Gateway Experience. A training system developed by The Monroe Institute that was designed to focus brainwave output to alter consciousness and escape the restrictions of time and space. This document was produced by US Army Lieutenant Colonel Wayne M. McDonnell.In this episode we go through this document and discuss our thoughts and ideas on what it covers.You can follow along using the following linkFull report!Buy us a Coffee buymeacoffee.com/unpnormalcDAmy's Etsy Page Etsy.com/shop/sweetmagicbyamy Use Promo Code PARANORMACY at check out for free shipping (US only) Our Affiliates: Para-box Monthly- enter Promo Code PARANORMALCY at check out to get 10% off your first box!Halloweencostumes.comOur Website: https://www.unpnormalcy.com/The Green Mushroom Podcast Network: greenmushroomproject.com Smuts Up, Lux Occult, Ad Hoc History, Administrism, Unearthing Paranormalcy, Primordia, Ex V Plan, Grognostics Also don't forget our other linksDiscordhttps://discord.gg/NhZxdPfdEdFollow us on Facebook and Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/unpnormalcyhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2147778561941881/ Follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/unpnormalcy/Support the show
https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_USChad has focused his career on creating technology solutions through his entrepreneurial ventures over the past decade. His background in mechanical engineering, web development, and finance have led to innovations between the industries through the multiple companies he has founded."Failing to Success" Podcast, the podcast that's all about hearing the true stories of entrepreneurs and C-Suite teams who have encountered obstacles, made mistakes, and came out the other side. Join us as we sit down to hear their real life experiences of triumph over adversity. Our podcast is now ranked in the Top 10% Globally!https://www.ftspod.com/ https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_US
Hey there, funky folks! Did you know that the world of AI technology is so advanced it can create music, and our favorite person, Jaeboy, has been exploring the possibilities? In this gripping episode, we tantalize your tech taste buds as Jaeboy takes us on a deep dive into AI's potential to not only create music but also to replicate sonics and even create prints for various items. From producing digital prints for selling on Etsy to replicating celebrity voice quotes, Jaeboy's journey with AI has something to spark everyone's curiosity.Hold on tight as we take a turn and shed light on a darker corner of our world - big pharma's shady practices. We unearth shocking stories about a big pharma company's wild parties with suits and strippers in the 90s and 2000s. This disturbing tale of how a drug similar to meth was pushed through without regulation promises to stir up some intense discussions.But don't fret, we'll lighten the mood with Jaeboy's exhilarating journey in the music industry. His humble admiration for his fellow nominees and his relentless drive to make a name for himself will inspire you. And if that's not enough, Jaeboy challenges himself to a freestyle spot, shares his upcoming single "Two Faced", and talks about his vision for future live performances. So grab your favorite drink, kick back, and let us whisk you away into a world of fascinating discussions and intriguing insights!CALL OR TEXT OUR HOTLINE AND LEAVE US A MESSAGE! 817-677-0408Fort Worth MagazineBest of 2022 - Radio Personality/Podcast (Reader's Pick) Show LinksThe Funky PantherMerchYouTube
Join Gabriel and Tyler in the chilling premiere of Season 4 on "The Sesh Podcast: Decades of Darkness: 70's Serial Killers". In this episode, they delve into the harrowing stories of Rodney Alcala, the enigmatic 'Dating Game Killer', the gruesome legacy of Dennis Nilsen, the haunting reign of terror by Dean Corll, known as the 'Candyman', and the twisted path of Richard Cottingham, the Torso Killer. This episode is proudly brought to you by Ingomu.
Join me on a captivating journey through the world of Filthy as I delve into the mind of the new author and former twenty year producer, director, Vic Lagina. In this exclusive podcast episode, Vic Lagina shares behind-the-scenes stories, intriguing insights, and untold secrets from his time working on the beloved Filthy series.Discover the inspiration behind Filthy, the creative process of bringing the characters to life, and the challenges and triumphs of adapting this remarkably wild story, legally in a book and audiobook. With Vic Lagina as our guide, we'll unearth the chaos and intrigues that make Filthy a timeless classic. Whether you're a die-hard fan oof the industry or not, Filthy leaves nothing on the table, this podcast is your backstage pass to the world of real life story telling of actual real life on set events. Join us as we Dig Deeper into Filthy with Vic Lagina. I close out the episode with the help of my curious listeners with the Ask Lisa Ann mailbag. http://beacons.ai/thereallisaann
In this eye-opening episode of the Super Entrepreneurs Podcast, we dive deep into the psyche of extraordinary success with the mentor of mentors, Dr. Ruth Gotian. Unearthing the pivotal mindsets and life-changing habits of the world's most successful individuals—from Nobel laureates to Olympic champions—Dr. Gotian shares her groundbreaking research and insights. Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur, a professional aiming for the next level, or simply intrigued by the power of intrinsic motivation, this conversation promises to shift your perspective on achievement. Dr. Ruth Gotian, lauded as a luminary in the field of educational leadership and anesthesiology, takes us on a journey beyond the conventional, revealing four elemental traits that have consistently propelled individuals to the apex of their careers. As the former Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine, she has synthesized these findings into an accessible blueprint—the success factor—that you can apply to your own quest for excellence. Chapter Stamps: Opening to Learning [00:00:00] Learning Alternatives [00:00:24] Gotian Introduced [00:01:07] Success Obsession [00:02:31] Intrinsic Drive [00:04:24] Passion Audit [00:05:32] Challenge Mindset [00:09:39] Practice Fundamentals [00:14:00] Innovative Connections [00:16:00] Solution Transfer [00:17:10] Subconscious Impact [00:19:14] Mindset & Strategy [00:22:15] Success Definition [00:23:27] Role of Faith [00:24:26] Research Legacy [00:25:40] Pullout Quotes: "I don't believe anybody wakes up in the morning aiming to be average in life. People want to succeed, and I've created a blueprint to help us understand how." "We cannot copy habits, but we can emulate mindsets. The key to success lies in adapting the mindsets of those who have already achieved greatness." "Intrinsic motivation is not about the accolades or the recognition; it's about an insatiable curiosity and the relentless pursuit to overcome challenges and improve." "Every high achiever I've studied never questioned if they would overcome challenges. It's never 'if' but 'how'—that's the mindset of a true winner." "You have to outwork everyone. Success is about the dedication to practicing basic techniques tirelessly and the constant pursuit of excellence." Socials: Website: www.ruthgotian.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgotian/ Disclaimer: Please be aware that the opinions and perspectives conveyed in this podcast are solely those of our guests and do not necessarily represent the views, ideologies, or principles of Super Entrepreneurs Podcast, its associated entities, or any organizations they represent or are affiliated with. 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Have you ever wondered about the journey a gemstone makes before it adorns your favorite jewelry piece? Our guest, Rachel Merisheki from Gem Legacy, joins us to peel back the curtain on the world of East African gemstone mining. Highlighting her deep-rooted connection to the jewelry industry, Rachel shares the inspiring birth story of Gem Legacy, a non-profit that's empowering the backbone of the gemstone industry - the local miners.Learn more about Gem Legacy's not-for-profit efforts: gemlegacy.orgLearn more about Gem Legacy's adventures: gemlegacyadventures.comSend feedback or learn more about the podcast: punchmark.com/loupeLearn about Punchmark's website platform: punchmark.com
Join host Mike in a heartfelt conversation with Madison Brandt on this week's episode. Madison opens up about her mother's invaluable advice on dating, emphasizing the need to live in the moment and embrace genuine connections. As they delve into the intricacies of modern relationships, Madison sheds light on the often-overlooked benefits of being single, advocating for self-healing and personal growth as crucial prerequisites for a healthy and fulfilling partnership.Madison offers genuine insights and coping mechanisms around the seldom-discussed topic of friendship breakups. Unearthing the awkwardness and emotional complexities that accompany these painful experiences and providing a guiding light for those navigating the bittersweet terrain of friendship dissolution.Join Mike and Madison as they explore the importance of introspection, emotional healing, and open communication in both romantic endeavors and platonic connections.Connect with Madison Online:Instagram: @wellnessmadsTik Tok: @madison.brandtWebsite: madisonbrandt.com Discover What Your Attachment Style is and How It Could Be Holding Your Relationships Back … Take Quiz Here
Episode #264 - "Uncover the Story for Your Jewelry Brand" Welcome to Episode #264. Today, we're diving into the importance of storytelling in your jewelry collections and products. I often encounter jewelry entrepreneurs who create products simply because an idea struck them, they want to make something pretty, they had a specific gemstone to utilize, or they identified a market opportunity. Yet, none of these factors inherently create a compelling story. They lack the depth and dimension necessary to elevate a product beyond a mere commodity. We must remember that jewelry, while desirable, is not a necessity like food or water. It's easy to fall into the trap of believing that your jewelry will automatically attract attention. But a piece of jewelry becomes infinitely more appealing when it's accompanied by a story that resonates with the customer on a deeper level. Unearthing and sharing these stories can sometimes be challenging, but that's exactly what we'll be exploring in today's episode. We'll be looking at this topic through the lens of Hilary Finck Jewelry, who we've been spotlighting as a jewelry brand case study. For those joining our podcast series for the first time this season, I'd suggest starting with Episode #252. Doing so will introduce you to Hilary and allow you to follow this narrative from its inception. Before we dive into our conversation with Hilary, I'd like to delve into the importance of intertwining your brand with a narrative. I'll explore the methods to extract a compelling story from your product or collection and, importantly, how to articulate and amplify that narrative to make it clear and resonant for your audience. Links From the Episode: https://hilaryfinck.com/ https://www.instagram.com/hilaryfinckjewelry/ Transcript: https://joyjoya.com/storytelling-jewelry-marketing 00:00 Start3:04 Primary Episode Content 18:17 Interview 33:38 The Gold Mine
Join us on this Chilling With The Chaplins Sunday Funday episode as we explore 10 Things You Didn't Know About South Africa. Dive into the heart of South Africa's unique and fascinating facts that will amaze and inspire. From incredible historical feats to breathtaking natural wonders, this episode is a tribute to South Africa's rich heritage and vibrant diversity. Timecodes & Highlights:0:00 Intro1:32 Unveiling 10 Things You Didn't Know About South Africa1:43 Discover the neighborhood of two Nobel Peace Prize winners in SA.3:33 Explore the multilingual tapestry with the Most Official Languages.8:43 Thrill-seekers' paradise: home to the Highest Bungee Jump in the world.9:42 A medical milestone: the site of the First Heart Transplant.10:25 Unearthing history with some of the Oldest Hominid Fossils.12:00 Pioneering equality with Same-Sex Marriage legislation.13:34 Conservation leaders: the first to Protect Great White Sharks.14:20 A director's dream: SA as a Popular Film Destination.16:25 Delving deep into the Deepest Gold Mines on Earth.20:11 SA's historical fragment: owning a piece of the Berlin Wall. Experience the awe-inspiring facts about South Africa with Chilling With The Chaplins. From groundbreaking human rights achievements to setting the scene for major blockbusters, there's so much more to learn about this incredible country. Whether you're a history buff, a nature enthusiast, or just curious about the world, this Sunday Funday episode will satisfy your wanderlust.
Are you ready to embark on an intriguing journey through the thrilling world of car dealerships and racing circuits? Join us as we put the pedal to the metal and expose the underbelly of car sales, starting with Apple Autos' quirky campaign warning consumers about getting “screwed”. We'll take you on a wild ride through the complex maze of leasing versus buying an electric vehicle, shatter some myths about manufacturer suggested options (MSOs) and, hold your breath, debate whether a car with 0.7 miles is truly “new”. Ever wondered about the innovative minds behind six-wheel Formula One cars and structural fuel tanks? Hold tight as we speed down memory lane with Terrell Racing, tracing their evolution through to Braun, Mercedes, and Matro. In our feature segment, we visit Jeff's Garage and hear some ideas about leasing an EV ... things that make ya' go hmmmm.Buckle up as we take a detour to the racing action from NHRA's race weekend at Pomona, Martinsville Raceway, NASCAR's races at Homestead and Phoenix. We'll also fire up debates about the broadcast of drag racing on delayed networks and the idea of shorter NASCAR races. Say goodbye to your rearview mirrors as we leave you with the nostalgia of the now-closed Riverside Raceway. Tune in for the ride of your life, and remember, only the fast survive!Lupe Tortilla, sponsor Tailpipes & Tacos Lupe Tortilla in Katy, Texas, is host to the quarterly Saturday morning cruise-in!Sponsored by Gulf Coast Auto Shield Paint protection and more!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.---- ----- Want more In Wheel Time Car Talk any time? In Wheel Time Car Talk is now available on iHeart Radio! Just go to iheart.com/InWheelTimeCarTalk where ever you are.----- -----Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast provider for the next episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk and check out our live broadcast every Saturday, 8a-11aCT simulcasting on iHeart Radio, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch and InWheelTime.com.In Wheel Time Car Talk can be heard on you mobile device from providers such as:Apple Podcasts, Pandora Podcast, Amazon Music Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio podcast, TuneIn + Alexa, Podcast Addict, Castro, Castbox and more on your mobile device.Follow InWheelTime.com for the latest updates!Twitter: https://twitter.com/InWheelTimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/inwheeltime/https://www.iheart.com/live/in-wheel-time-car-talk-9327/https://www.youtube.com/inwheeltimehttps://www.Facebook.com/InWheelTimeFor more information about In Wheel Time Car Talk, email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgTags: In Wheel Time, automotive car talk show, car talk, Live car talk show, In Wheel Time Car Talk
Ready to jolt your thinking and unearth the unseen parallels between Churchill's warnings and today's American socio-political landscape? Brace yourself, as we stride into a conversation that is as thought-provoking as it is necessary. Through our candid discussions, we expose the potential dangers lurking in our complacency, and the evils that could lead our nation down a path of destruction.We dive headfirst into the perils of negotiating with leftist politicians, drawing hard-hitting lessons from Churchill's experiences. We shed light on the urgent need for cities and states to band together, especially in the face of federal government failures, like illegal immigration. This episode is a call to arms, urging you to take action at both individual and collective levels. Your active participation in our nation's affairs is crucial to deter us from repeating the horrors of history. Join us for this enlightening journey, as we take on the tough questions and challenge the status quo.Support the showThe American Soul Podcasthttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1791934/subscribe
In this episode of AUDACITY, Letisha embarks on a journey of self-discovery to help you uncover your calling in this season of life. She crafted a set of thought-provoking questions that will guide you in this exploration. What keeps coming back to you? What feels like it never truly dies but takes on new life when you pay attention? We'll delve into what your friends wouldn't be surprised to see you doing and the activities that make you feel complete and help lead you to your God-given calling and a more fulfilling life. Connect with Letisha:IG: @LetishaBereolaJoin GLOWY Group, a free Facebook community for modern-day Christian Women.
Wines: Kobler Estate Winery 2022 Gewürztraminer, Viognier and GrenacheGet ready to uncork a treasure trove of wine wisdom as we sit down with winemaker Mike Kobler, from Kobler Estate Winery. Mike peels back the vine leaves on the intricacies behind creating the Gewürztraminer, inspired by his grandfather's favorite variety. Its impressive versatility, unique flavor profile, and unexpectedly high alcohol content make it a fascinating topic of conversation.Dare to explore the whims of wine industry trends with us as we delve into the award-winning Viognier, another unique varietal from sunny California. This double gold winner at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair was born in the McLeod Vineyard and has an interesting tale to tell. We navigate the challenges of producing affordable wines in California and discuss the rising popularity of lighter wines. Join us as we journey through vineyard practices like dry farming and organic growing. Mike's wine recommendations, a quirky comparison of their wines to famous actresses, and handy travel tips promise to make this episode a lively and enlightening conversation. Find out more about our one to five cork rating system for assessing wine and get ready to refine your wine tasting skills. An episode not to be missed by wine aficionados and novices alike!Stay in the know and join our WTF Cru.About UsBuy us a Mimosa!We have been listed in the Top 50 wine podcasts! https://blog.feedspot.com/wine_podcasts/Music from https://filmmusic.io "Night In Venice" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Thank you for making us part of your wine story. If you enjoyed this episode, please write a review and share with your wine loving friends and family. To connect with us or to inquire about being a guest on Wines To Find, visit our social media pages Instagram https://www.instagram.com/winestofindpodcast/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/winestofindpodcasts/Til the next glass ~ Cheers!And, remember, join us next time on Wines To Find!Sandy & Michelle
We dig back into the fae.. This episode we take a look at where the fay live, how to contact them, how to work with them, and how to avoid getting the short end of the stick when dealing with them. Buy us a Coffee buymeacoffee.com/unpnormalcDAmy's Etsy Page Etsy.com/shop/sweetmagicbyamy Use Promo Code PARANORMACY at check out for free shipping (US only) Our Affiliates: Para-box Monthly- enter Promo Code PARANORMALCY at check out to get 10% off your first box!Halloweencostumes.comOur Website: https://www.unpnormalcy.com/The Green Mushroom Podcast Network: greenmushroomproject.com Smuts Up, Lux Occult, Ad Hoc History, Administrism, Unearthing Paranormalcy, Primordia, Ex V Plan, Grognostics Also don't forget our other linksDiscordhttps://discord.gg/NhZxdPfdEdFollow us on Facebook and Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/unpnormalcyhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2147778561941881/ Follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/unpnormalcy/Support the show
Dee and Carol talk about vintage garden accessories, microgreens, a new book by Marc Hamer, and some pretty deep rabbit holes.For all the links and more behind the scenes, check out our Substack newsletter. Subscribe to get it in your email, with a link to listen to the show a day early.Links:Dee's Instagram reel featuring Sheffield mumsFlowers:Blooming Vintage OK on InstagramGardener's World Episode 30 (via Britbox on Amazon) Veggies: The Microgreens Cookbook: A good water farms odyssey by Brendan Davison (Amazon)Carol's FH article on growing microgreensOn the Bookshelf:Spring Rain: A Life Lived in Gardens by Marc Hamer. (Amazon) Dirt:Emily Lex painting a robin on Instagram. Article about differences between American and English robins. Unearthing the Secret Garden: The Plants and Places That Inspired Frances Hodgson Burnett, by Marta McDowellRabbit Holes:John Derian CompanyAt Target, on AmazonOur Affiliates (Linking to them to make a purchase earns us a small commission):Botanical InterestsFarmers DefenseEtsyTerritorial SeedsTrue Leaf Market Eden BrosNature Hills Nursery
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Adam Bryant is a Senior Managing Director and Partner at the ExCo Group, where he works with hundreds of senior leaders and high-potential executives. As the creator and former author of the iconic “Corner Office” column in The New York Times, Bryant has mastered the art of distilling real-world lessons from his hundreds of interviews and turning them into practical tools, presentations and exercises to help companies deepen their leadership benches and strengthen their teams. He also works with executive leadership teams to help drive their transformation strategies based on a best practices framework he developed for his widely praised book, THE CEO TEST: Master the Challenges That Make or Break All Leaders. Questions • We always like to ask our guests in their own words, could you share a little bit about your journey, how it is that you got to where you are today. • What would you say the ratio was in terms of gender, and even generation in terms of the number of CEOs that you interviewed? Would you say you got a wide cross section of different generations? And would you say it's more of a male to female higher ratio, or vice versa? Or do you think it was balanced? And did you find any differences based on those considerations that I just mentioned? • What would you say are three overarching themes that you'd have picked up or trends that you picked up from those interviews? • What are some ways that you believe the leaders can help to reinforce at least to strengthen any doubts that employees may have to ensure that they recognise that the technology, that artificial intelligence is not there to get rid of them, but rather to make their jobs easier. • Could you also share with our audience what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely cannot live without in your business? • Could you also share with us maybe one or two books that you have read that have had a great impact on you? It could be a book that you read a very long time ago, or even one that you've read recently. • Now, we have a lot of listeners who are business owners and managers who feel sometimes that their products and services, of course, are the best, but sometimes they lack the constantly motivated human capital. And so, if you're sitting across the table from that person, what's the one piece of advice that you would give them to have a successful business? • Now, could you also share with us what's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? Either something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. • Where can listeners find you online? • Now, before we wrap our episodes up, we always like to ask our guests, do you have a quote or saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you will tend to revert to this quote if for any reason you got derailed, or you got off track, the quote kind of helps to get you back on track. Highlights Adam's Journey Adam shared that he was a journalist for 30 years, 18 years he was at the New York Times, spent a lot of years as a business reporter and interviewed a lot of CEOs. And he just found over time, the more he spent with CEOs, the more he wanted to set aside the usual questions people ask of CEOs about their company strategy and their products and services and things like that. And just ask them kind of how do you do what you do? And how did you learn to do what you do? So, he rolled that impulse up into this very simple “What if” in 2009 and it was what if I sat down with CEOs, and never asked them a single question about their companies? And instead just ask them about personal leadership lessons they've learned over the course of their lives and how they think about all the universal challenges of leadership, like hiring and building teams and culture and all those things. So, that was kind of the initial idea, and sort of brought him very much into the leadership space. So, he did that for a decade, interviewed more than 525 CEOs, started writing books and teaching leadership and all that was a side project in addition to his day job managing teams of reporters at The Times. And he left The Times 6 years ago to join his current firm, the ExCo Group. And as said, their core business is kind of one on one mentoring and leadership development and he's got 4 interview series on LinkedIn, and continue writing books and interviewing leaders about leadership, not about company strategy. So, that's kind of the thumbnail. Gender or Generation Influence on Leadership Me: So, leadership is your thing, Adam, and I heard that you interviewed 500 and odd people, that's a lot of people to be talking about. And I can imagine that, what would you say the ratio was in terms of gender, and even generation in terms of the number of CEOs that you interviewed? Would you say you got a wide cross section of different generations? And would you say it's more of a male to female higher ratio, or vice versa? Or do you think it was balanced? And did you find any differences based on those considerations that I just mentioned? Adam stated that he appreciates the question. And it was the 500 plus for the New York Times, and with all the interviews that he's been doing on LinkedIn since, he's now passed the 1000 interview milestone, but to your question. So, he told the story of how he created the Corner Office column based on that simple “What if” and the other sort of guiding principle he set for himself from the very start was that he was going to embrace diversity in every sense of the word - race, gender, nationality, for profit, not for profit, size of company, really want to get as much of a cross section as he could. Interviewed a couple of leaders from Jamaica as well, a guy named Lloyd Carney, who ran Brocade Communications. And so, his goal was very much to not just go down this sort of fortune 500 list of CEOs, because then it's going to be overwhelmingly white males, of course. And he really wanted to get a complete view of leadership. And to your question about patterns that he was looking for, he thinks there are pretty clear patterns, like talking to young CEOs who run tech companies in Silicon Valley is a slightly different conversation than somebody who's running at Fortune 20 company, for example. But on the specific question of gender and being in first couple of 100 interviews he did, he's always sort of looking for patterns and sometimes when he would give talks, people would say, “Have you noticed any differences between men and women leadership styles?” And he has to say, where he comes down is that he doesn't, there's just too many exceptions to the generalizations and stereotypes that people have about men and female leadership styles. So, to the point is like there's so many exceptions that for him, the generalizations and stereotypes do break down at the sort of CEO level. People have written a lot about it and talk a lot about how one of the differences between men and women when they're coming up in their careers that women will sometimes feel like they need to be 100% qualified for a job before they go for it. Whereas men are much more willing to raise their hand even if they're not ready. And that may be true. And there's a lot of research around that. But for people in the CEO role and their leadership style, he really didn't see the difference, to be clear, not in terms of whether they were the same, they had different leadership styles, but just around EQ or IQ or extrovert, or introvert or different styles, it didn't break down along gender lines for him. Three Themes/Trends Identified From Leadership Interviews Me: Now, you said you've way surpassed 1000 mark as it relates to CEO interviews, especially with your LinkedIn profile of interviews added to that. Across the many different interviews you've done, I imagine for CEOs across many different industries, what would you say are, let's say three overarching themes that you found that is critical for a leader to be successful, especially if the leader is trying to ensure that customer experience is one of the KPIs that they believe in, not just about operational of the business or making the profits, but having a culture where people value the internal customer experience and of course, there's some, I would say, measurement, or some assessment that's being done to ensure that it's been transcended to the external customers as well. What would you say are three overarching themes that you'd have picked up or trends that you picked up from those interviews? Adam stated that it's a great question about what are sort of the common themes that through lines from all the interviews. And he'll start with the idea of simplifying complexity, which he thinks is an art form, it's a skill. And he doesn't think you can be a CEO or an effective leader if you're not good at simplifying complexity, there's a lot going on in the world, in different industries, inside your company and he really feel like it is a leader's job to be able to stand in front of their entire team at an all hands meeting or on a zoom call, and just answer those really simple questions that frankly, little kids ask in the backseat of the car, like, “Where are we going? How are we going to get there? When are we going to get there? And not everybody does that. We've all encountered people who actually seem to add more complexity to things, but you've got to be able to simplify complexity and boil it down to the 3 or 4 things that are really going to matter at your company. And he just thinks that's a really critical skill and depending on the nature of your business, but if you are in a customer service business, and that's crucial to your success, then you've got to be really clear about how that is going to drive your success and you can't be the leader who says we have 20 priorities and customer service is one of them. If it really is critical to driving your success, it has to be one of a hit handful of key priorities and there's got to be a way to measure it, you have to talk about it all the time, you have to role model it, and just keep shining that bright spotlight on why it's important. So, he thinks that's one. In terms of a couple of other things, because people often wonder, like if I want to be a CEO? Like how do I get to the corner office? And he finds people are often trying to think of like, well, what's the right path? And they wonder, you know, am I on the right path if I want to get that job. And based on all the interviews he's done, he's come down on the idea that there really is no right path per se, directionally, there's obvious things if you want to get to a certain place, you have to be moving in the broadly in the direction toward that. But in terms of the specific path, it's not about sort of checking boxes and getting certain titles, but the thing that has really struck him about all the leaders that he's interviewed is that they make the most of the path that they are on. So, it's not like they're wondering, am I on the right path? It's whatever they are doing, they've realized that there are life lessons and leadership lessons everywhere, and you can always be learning. And to him, that's one of the skills that really sets people apart that whatever experience they're having, and the metaphor he likes to use is that your experience is like this sort of wet towel, like it absorbs all this experience. But then, what do you do with that, and he thinks the best leaders take that talent, they sort of twist it and wring it, and just get every last drop of insight and lesson around it, from it. Because, again, there are lessons everywhere, you can learn from a bad boss, you can learn from a good boss, you can learn from watching teams. And so, the really high performers to him is they're always making time to process and reflect and say, “Okay, what did I experience? What did I see? What are the patterns? What are the lessons that I can learn from that?” And the final point he'll make in terms of how you succeeded, we could talk about this for hours, but just one of them that he thinks really sets people apart is the simple idea of being a good listener. Because he feels like it's one of those things it's not taught in business schools, he doesn't know of any business school that teaches a course on listening, but he feels like it's really an underappreciated superpower of good leaders. Because whenever you start thinking, like, I've got all the answers, like, that's when you're dead in the water. And so, you have to just have a really great skills as listener to get everybody's best thinking out on the table so that you really know what's going on in your organization, because history is filled with stories of big companies that got into trouble because nobody wanted to tell the boss the bad news. So, you've got to not only be a good listener, one on one and in team settings, but you've almost got to build an infrastructure at your companies so that you know what's really happening and so that there's not some like, bad news on the front lines or trouble spots that you're not hearing about. So, to him, those are the three things that jumped to mind when you asked that question. Ways Leaders Can Help Reinforce to Employees the True Role of Artifical Intelligence Me: So, leadership is very important, as it relates to delivering a strong customer experience. And I always tell my clients that mud flows from the top of the stream, so meaning, if the leadership is poor, and customer service, or customer experience is not important to them, it really flows all the way down to the end user, which is the customer, whether it's digital experience or face to face. In your experience, especially with so much technology happening out there nowadays, we have Chat GPT, there's a lot of artificial intelligence coming on board. And I mean up to last night, I was watching the local news, and they had a question poll that they were posing to Jamaicans stating did they feel that their jobs are in jeopardy as it relates to AI being so evolving and coming about. And so, I wanted your views on as it relates to leadership, what are some ways as I don't think that people's jobs are going to become obsolete. I believe that human interaction is something that we will always need, regardless of the industry that you are in, and I believe the technology is there to definitely enhance the experience not to replace it. But based on your research across the different industries, what are some ways that you believe the leaders can help to reinforce at least to strengthen any doubts that employees may have to ensure that they recognize that the technology, the artificial intelligence is not there to get rid of them, but rather to make their jobs easier? Adam stated that to him, what Yanique just said is the answer. The point of AI and technology is to take care of much more of the routine things so that we as human beings can add more value and let the machines take care of stuff. So, ideally, it will take care of just those rote aspects of our jobs so that we can figure out better ways to add value, because that's ultimately what's about, right, like, how are we individually and as teams creating value for the company. And in terms of leadership's role in all this, he often comes back to the power of stories, which is a big part of communication, because he thinks there are some leaders who are good at saying the right words and phrases, and it's easy to stand on a stage and say customer service is really important. But he thinks telling and sharing stories is how you make that real. And whether that story is about how you as a leader, customer service is really important to you and your experience in your life and the success of the company, and then to sort of tell stories to highlight people on the team who have really gone above and beyond and make them the heroes. Because he thinks company culture, maybe everybody talks about values, and a lot of culture is determined by who gets fired and who gets promoted and compensation structures. But he often thinks about culture is determined in large part by the hero narratives that the companies tell because if you think of companies like tribes, they are tribes in a sense, that it's really like who does the tribe hold up as a hero? And what did they do? And if customer service is really key to your success, then how do you as a leader tell the hero narratives, tell the stories, highlight the people that went above and beyond. To him, that's one of the ways from a leadership point of view, you make people feel like, “Wow, this really is important.” And it's not just the heroes within the company, but also telling the stories about your customers, and how you are helping them and having an impact on their businesses in their lives. So, he often come back to this idea that leaders in many ways are like the storytellers and chief and so they've got to tell those stories and share those narratives. App, Website or Tool that Adam Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about online resources that he cannot live without in his business, Adam shared that he probably do spend a lot of time on LinkedIn. He mentioned that sounds like a really obvious answer, but just in the work that he does, and he's got 4 interview series, and he really believes that LinkedIn is emerged as kind of the Facebook for business, and everybody's on it. And people have written about this before, but he also thinks it's just an important reminder that there's a lot of toxic stuff on different social media sites and he just stated the blindingly obvious, but he does find LinkedIn is a pretty positive place. Like people are generally pretty supportive of each other, and then they kind of put their best selves there. So, that's where he spends a lot of time. Books that Have Had the Biggest Impact on Adam When asked about books that has had a great impact, Adam stated that in terms just in terms of fiction. He recently finished a book called Demon Copperhead: A Pulitzer Prize Winner by Barbara Kingsolver, he thinks it won the Pulitzer Prize. It's been a long time since he's read a work of fiction that had as much insight about human nature and just packed with wisdom. So, he does recommend that. Non-fiction, he really like adventure books, he has to say. So, stories about whaling adventures in the old days and how people survived, he's really drawn to stories about resilience and what people do when they're facing a really tough task. So, he's often drawn to that. Advice for Business Owners and Managers Who Have Great Products and Services but Lack the Constantly Motivated Human Capital Me: Now, we have a lot of listeners who are business owners and managers who feel sometimes that their products and services, of course, are the best, but sometimes they lack the constantly motivated human capital. And so, if you're sitting across the table from that person, what's the one piece of advice that you would give them to have a successful business? Adam shared that to him, it's about constantly going back to the why. And people talk a lot about mission and purpose. And he'll be honest, he finds that conversation, especially happened after in the last few years, just companies have been talking a lot about their purpose and mission statements. And some of them he will confess does make him a little sceptical, because they are often very broad and general, and at such a high altitude, they feel kind of disconnected from the business. And very often they're just some version of make the world a better place. But he thinks there is an art form to doing that, right, which is to constantly be communicating people and reminding people about the impact that you're having as a business. Because his prediction and not asking you to bet 20 bucks on his prediction, but he feels like this moment we're in where purpose discussions are so front and centre, he thinks those are going to be shifting more towards impact over time. And to him, the difference is that when you talk about purpose, that's really about your intent. And that's the very internal, you're basically saying, “When I get up in the morning, this is my purpose. Nobody can question that.” Because you say this is in my heart. He thinks one of the things that special and unique about business, is that it's more about impact, which is how do you show that purpose in action? So, to him, that's much more about like almost proof, like we said, this is our purpose, but this is what we're doing. We want to show you, we want to be able to document and show you the impact that we're having. And he thinks as a leader, we can all get kind of pulled down to just the day to day of the business. But you often have to sort of pick your head up and remind people and just sort of take stock and say, “Look at the difference we're making in people's lives.” And when you say those things, they should be tied directly to the business, it shouldn't feel disconnected. And you don't have to worry about being so lofty, and everybody's making the world a better place, you can be very much like look at the difference we're making for our customers and what we're doing. Because that helps bring out people's like, passion and pride. And then you're going to get that extra effort from them. What Adam is Really Excited About Now! When asked about something that he's really excited about, Adam stated that at a personal level be very mundane at the risk of oversharing, but he's really focused on ping pong these days. Me: Really? Are you trying to master it? Adam stated hardly master it, but he's sort of living in New Orleans now. And they moved there a few years ago, their two daughters moved there, and so, they joined them. And as he recently passed a birthday with a number six in front of it, he sort of decided he wanted to get back in touch with his inner teenager and start taking up some sports and things. So, he actually has a ping pong coach. He stated that he knows that sounds pretty unusual. Me: That is brilliant. Adam stated that he trains with him a couple of days a week. And his metrics scoreboard about whether he's getting better or not, is he played his son-in-law once a week for a couple of hours, and what's cool is when you're 61, and you say, I want to get better at that, and you actually get better at it. That's pretty cool. So that's his very personal thing he's focused on right now. But much more broadly, he's been in the leadership field and he's pretty passionate about it for a couple of reasons. He will say that if you give him a really big magic wand with three things to do it, he would get rid of racism, inequality and bad bosses because there are still too many bad bosses in the world. And he thinks sometimes we under appreciate what a toxic effect they have on individuals and by extension their families. And that's not just to be negative about that but what also gets him out of bed is just trying to help people be better leaders for those who do want to be better managers and leaders. And he thinks there's a huge responsibility and privilege that comes with that. His approach to leadership, he doesn't wake up in the middle of the night pretending he's come up with some new theory, he takes more of a journalistic approach to understanding leadership and interviewing people who are leading and have been leading for a long time. And then what he tries and do is sort of share the insights and the stories and the frameworks and really open up that conversation so that people could say, “Wow, that's a great tip, I can take that and use it with my own team.” So, if at the end of the day he could make a small contribution and help people become better as managers and leaders, that's pretty motivating. Where Can We Find Adam Online LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adambryantleadership/ Personal: https://adambryantbooks.com/about-adam/ Book:https://www.amazon.com/Leap-Leader-Ambitious-Managers-Leadership/dp/1647824893/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3GPHBI3CJH7I1&keywords=leap+to+leader+adam+bryant&qid=1682433550&sprefix=leap+to+leader+adam+bryant%2Caps%2C76&sr=8-1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/adambbryant Website: https://www.excoleadership.com/ Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Adam Uses When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Adam shared that there's probably a couple that he always falls back on. And he's heard this from CEOs he's interviewed, but one of them is that “95% of the worst things that happen to you in your life very often turn out to be the best things that happened to you in your life.” And that's not to say all of them, right. And some things that happened to you there's nothing good about them. But when you think back on your life, and sort of those moments of adversity that you've faced, very often they did turn out to be like, really important pivot points that helped you grow and build character. And there's a lot of lessons and insights there. So even though when you're in the middle of something it feels pretty dark, sort of know that over time, you're going to learn a lot from that. And there's a couple of other short answers. There's that expression, “You're either winning or learning. It's not about winning or losing, but it's about winning or learning.” So, there's always lessons that you can and should be taking from whatever adversity you're going through. If you feel like you've failed or disappointed yourself, it's like that happens to everybody. Right? But the question is, what do you do with it? What is that wet towel of experience that you can then take and ring and say, okay, “What are the insights here and keep squeezing it for that?” Me: Thank you so much for sharing. We'll definitely have those two in the show notes of this episode. Well, Adam, we are at the end of our interview, I can't believe it feels like we just started talking but thank you so much for jumping on this podcast today and sharing all of these great insights and nuggets as it relates to leadership, all of the great information and experiences that you've garnered over the years talking to CEOs as you had mentioned from so many different industries from all different walks of life across the world. I am sure that anyone who listens to this episode will pick up at least one thing that they can run with to help them sharpen their leadership skills. So, thank you so much. 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When Oakland's most prominent graveyard celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015, SF Gate honored the occasion with this description: “There are 177,000 people at historic Mountain View Cemetery, many of them famous and all of them dead.” The permanent residents of this picturesque site may indeed be deceased, but their stories live on through Michael Colbruno's blog “Lives of the Dead.” Since 2007, Colbruno has chronicled the politicians, athletes, inventors, and civil rights icons whose names are carved into imposing mausoleums, but he's also unearthed many fascinating stories behind far less prominent tombstones. Check out this episode to hear our conversation, which covers the origins of Mountain View, its famous designer Frederick Law Olmstead, the symbolism attached to many iconic monuments, and much more. Listen now via Apple, SoundCloud, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts. Music for this episode was generously provided by Jason Stinnett and Om Aranda Stinnett. To see photos and links related to this episode, visit: https://eastbayyesterday.com/episodes/unearthing-lives-of-the-dead/ Special thank you to Shaping San Francisco and the Oakland History Center for co-hosting my live presentation on Mountain View Cemetery history on October 24, 2023. This episode is supported by UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals. I highly recommend checking out their new podcast, “Revolutionary Care: An Oakland Story,” a series about the history of treating sickle cell anemia: www.ucsfbenioffchildrens.org/sickle-cell East Bay Yesterday can't survive without your donations. Please make a pledge to keep this show alive: www.patreon.com/eastbayyesterday.