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For the Girl
For The Girl Who is Anxious About Her Future

For the Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 47:58


FTG Fam... we're back & better than ever (at least we think so haha)!!! It's a new year and we're coming at you with some new podcast episodes every Tuesday! On today's epsiode, Mac and Kenz are talking to the girl who is anxious about her future. So if you're feeling nervous about what comes next or you're having a little trouble trusting who is writing the next chapter... then this epsiode is for YOU!!! We even have a special guest joining us at the beginning of the episode... guess you'll just have to listen to find out who it is!  For The Girl Who Has Been Feeling Anxious: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/for-the-girl-who-has-been-feeling-anxious/id1453911226?i=1000508292960  It's the final countdown to get your tickets for TOUR!!! Check it out & grab your tickets at https://www.forthegirltour.com/ !  Ready to make your Upward dating profile?! Download the app and meet your match: https://apps.apple.com/US/app/id1499137942?mt=8 Want to know more about working at WinShape Camps? https://forthegirl.activehosted.com/f/36  Ready to apply to work at WinShape? https://workatwinshape.org/

DON'T LET THEM BURN
The Political Edge | Ep 010 | These Events in 2023 Have Started an Upward Momentum!

DON'T LET THEM BURN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 68:04


Join Rhonda and I as we discuss some recent events in the headlines that provide us with a barometer for the coming months ahead. Support this ministry through this link: https://linktr.ee/dontletthemburn Got Films: http://www.gotfilms.com/

Tip of the Ice-Burgh Podcast
Pens Beginning To Trend Upward

Tip of the Ice-Burgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 47:33


On this episode, the Nick's discuss the Pittsburgh Penguins trending in the right direction bot on the ice and on the injury report. Tune In!! Topics Include: Dustin Tokarski Saves The Day in His Debut (2:58) Stars Shine Bright Vs. Canucks (6:10) Should Penguins Re-Sign Jason Zucker Mid-Season? (11:48) A Penguins Defenseman Could Be Returning This Weekend (21:20) Name That Stat Line (2022-23 Pace and Projections) (34:40) The top podcast for the most avid Penguins fans! Tune in as hosts Nick Brlansky and Nick Horwat bring you all of the Pittsburgh Penguins top news and analysis every Monday & Thursday as part of the Fan Nation Network and InsideThePenguins.com. Listen weekly and remember every day is “A Great Day for Hockey”! On Twitter: @IceBurghPodcast @InsidePenguins Watch segments and full episodes of the show on YouTube at Inside The Penguins!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Big Leagues Chicago
BEARS HAVE #1 OVERALL PICK, Blackhawks #1 overall pick looks hopeful and the Bulls are trending upward

Big Leagues Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 95:53


What a season Bears fans! It wasn't good by any means on the field but at least we know the Bears have Justin Fields at QB, a lot of money and now the first overall pick in the NFL draft! Good things are coming Chicago... Speaking of first overall picks, the Hawks seem to be playing like the Bears did and will look to be in contention for Connor Bedard in the NHL draft after this season concludes. A long season to go. The only positive side of Chicago sports right now are the Bulls after they've won 8 of 11 and Zach LaVine made 11 three pointers. Da Bulls have some momentum and hopefully it lasts. Plus, 4 Stars of the Week! *Big Leagues Chicago is produced and hosted by Rick Aguilar and brought to you by Star Six Media* --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bigleagueschicago/support

All Things Work
Monne Williams on Improving Experiences and Outcomes for Front-Line Workers

All Things Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 21:02


Upward mobility for front-line employees is critical for growing economies and creating inclusive, resilient workforces. But front-line employees face many obstacles to advancing in their careers. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Monne Williams, a partner at McKinsey & Co., about the plight of front-line workers and solutions to create better experiences and outcomes for them. This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by ADP.Episode transcript

Jesus is Real Radio (Audio)
Live Upward By Loving God Part 2

Jesus is Real Radio (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023


Crossroads Church Podcast

Jesus is Real Radio (Audio)
Live Upward By Loving God Part 1

Jesus is Real Radio (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023


Crossroads Church Podcast

Glory on SermonAudio
Upward: People for the Glory of God

Glory on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 55:00


A new MP3 sermon from Logos Community Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Upward: People for the Glory of God Subtitle: The Church 2023 Speaker: Jeff Neal Broadcaster: Logos Community Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/8/2023 Bible: 1 Peter 4:10-11 Length: 55 min.

Achieving Awesomeness Now
Better & Better with Nathan Osmond

Achieving Awesomeness Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 15:03


Happy New Year! As we begin 2023 with our New Year's Resolutions, Nathan Osmond gives us a NEW word and a NEW affirmation that will help to make sure YOUR year is a true success. Remember, repeat to yourself, 20 times a day, while looking in the mirror, these words outloud, "Day By Day, In Every Way, I Am Getting Better & Better." We dare you to do this faithfully and watch how it affects you and your success this year! Onward, Upward!! This episode is sponsored by OsmondHomeLoans.com 

Tha Lowdown
All-NBA: Most Difficult MVP Race in NBA history? Lakers & Nets Trending Upward

Tha Lowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 89:57


BJ & Drew dive into what might be the most difficult race for MVP in NBA history. We also take a look at the LA Lakers improved play lately as they begin to heat up and how the Brooklyn Nets are making noise out East! Follow, Subscribe & Get Merch: https://linktr.ee/thalowdown Our podcast is proud to be partnered with Fanatics! You can show support for us by shopping all your sports gear & collectibles using our link - every time you do, we get a piece of the pie and it helps us continue bringing you content https://fanatics.93n6tx.net/thalowdown Follow our Hosts on Twitter: BJ - https://twitter.com/bjlaudermilk Drew - https://twitter.com/UncleDrewWNBA Disclaimer: If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800- GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/TN/PA/WV/WY), 1-800- NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Void in ONT. $150 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pregame moneyline bet. $150 issued as six (6) $25 free bets. Bet must win. Ends 12/31/22. Stepped Up SGP: 1 Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Min $1 bet. Max bet limits apply. Min. 3-leg. Each leg min. -300 odds, total bet +100 odds or longer. 10+ leg req. for 100% boost. Ends at start of final game of the 2022-2023 NBA Season. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballterms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Forest All Over
Episode 83: Brilliant Brennan Launches Forest Upward

Forest All Over

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 34:03


After a first away win of the season at Southampton, Mat and Chris discuss the mainstream media's stubborn narrative on Forest's transfer policy and prepare for both Blackpool and Wolves cup games. They also debate potential signings for January, speak on why Brennan Johnson is brilliant, and talk about their adventurous journey together for the Chelsea game at the City Ground earlier in the week.

Coaching Inside The Box
EPISODE 34: You Have to Lose to Win! Fail Upward!

Coaching Inside The Box

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 46:26


EPISODE 34: You Have to Lose to Win! Fail Upward! by Coaching Inside The Box

Cards To The Moon
Chasing Grail Cards in 2023 with the Market Still Cooling Off; Paying Tribute to Pele; Playing Buy/Sell/Hold on Players Trending Upward

Cards To The Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 60:21 Very Popular


EPISODE 104 - Clark and Hyung start the show by paying tribute to the soccer legend, Pele, who died at the age of 82 on Dec. 29, 2022. They also talk about some of his 1958 rookie cards that some grail card collectors of "the king of soccer" might want to add to their collection. Speaking of grail cards, the guys get into which ones they're looking to pick up in 2023, anticipating the sports card market to still be in a cool down phase from the hype of the hobby back in 2020-21. They discuss how much some of these grail cards have fallen in value since just two years ago such as the Mike Trout Bowman Chrome first autograph rookie card, the LeBron James Topps Chrome Refractor rookie card, and the Kevin Durant Topps Chrome Refractor rookie card. Then Clark and Hyung play a quick round of Buy/Sell/Hold on sports cards featuring players that are currently trending upwards such as Luka Doncic, Zion Williamson, Trevor Lawrence, Joe Burrow, and Fernando Tatis Jr. Finally, the show ends with the regular "Pick One" segment where each host names two cards or sets, and then debate which one they would rather invest in. The pairs chosen this week include: Investing in a grail PC vs. Investing in a grail investment card; Jayson Tatum Green Prizm PSA 10 vs. Jayson Tatum Silver Prizm Autograph (sticker) card. -------------------------------- CONNECT WITH US! Instagram: @cardstothemoon | @fivecardguys (Clark) | @yntegritysportscards (Hyung) | @tradeyouatrecess (John) Website: https://fivecardguys.com/podcast Daily Auctions: https://fivecardguys.com/dailyauctions If you have any questions about the hobby that you would like addressed, email us at hello@fivecardguys.com or DM us on Instagram at @cardstothemoon or @fivecardguys.

The Gents of the 3.5
“The Gents of the 3.5" brings you the “We are Back…”, from our Second Seasons Episode 17 - Part 3 “Happy Holidays”

The Gents of the 3.5

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 10:46


Under the umbrella of “Our Meeting at the Crossroads” comes our 2nd Journey, “The Gents of the 3.5”. “Second time around”, trailing our last experience with “The Gents of the 3.5” (freshman run), The Video Mini Episode of the 3.5, and “After Talk” Sessions.Shows  Designers and Co-Creator Bruno Diaz and Darren Lorenzo, along with Co Founder George Papas get together to bring you and Present our Sophomore Season, of “The Gents of the 3.5”. With host George Papas, Bruno Diaz and Darren Lorenzo.This is a show about friends. Just guys shooting the breeze. Talking about any and everything. Men don't just have locker room conversation, ladies. A day in the life of the squad, the fellas, dem boys, it's just us people.Webisode and Recapped Video Mini Episodes, Available on our Youtube page (Upward and Onward Productions LLC),  our Facebook page (Upward and Onward Productions) and our Twitter/Instagram page (@UpandOnProd).Friends, how many of us have them? “We're just a band of brothers, hanging out in good company. So don't you dare try to judge us, negate on what you can't hear or see”. We are just the 3.5 folks. Nothing more, nothing less, but damn sure worth it.“To be a fly on the wall, at the barber shop or gym near the bathroom stall or when he's on his way from hangin out or after work at the end of the day”. These are “The Gents of the 3.5”. Come join us for a casual conversation.If you have any questions, inquires, or just things you'd like to add. Once again please reach out and  message us on Instagram @O.M.A.T.C, or @UpandOnProd and or Facebook @UpwardandOnwardProductions or @Our.Meeting.at.the.Crossroads (page or fb. group). We appreciate you, and hope you check us out.“The Gents of the 3.5”Podcast Show Founder - Upward and Onward ProductionsConcept Co-Creators - Darren Lorenzo and Bruno DiazHost - Bruno Diaz, Darren Lorenzo and Clay Christopher Director/Theme Song - Darren LorenzoSound Editor/Mixer - Bruno DiazContent Producers - Darren Lorenzo 

Rochester Church of Christ
Backward, Foreward, Upward

Rochester Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 41:18


Backward, Foreward, Upward January 1, 2023 Adam Hill

Dawson Family of Faith Audio Podcast
The Upward Call Of God

Dawson Family of Faith Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 29:32


From the Dawson Family of Faith, Dr. Bill Morrison, Lead Campus Minister, Baptist Campus Ministries - UAB, shared a message from Philippians. Go to www.dawsonchurch.org for more information about the ministries and missions at Dawson.

Dawson Family of Faith Video Podcast
The Upward Call Of God

Dawson Family of Faith Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 29:33


From the Dawson Family of Faith, Dr. Bill Morrison, Lead Campus Minister, Baptist Campus Ministries - UAB, shared a message from Philippians. Go to www.dawsonchurch.org for more information about the ministries and missions at Dawson

Redeeming Grace Church (RGC) Sermons
Resolved: To Press Onward & Upward in 2023

Redeeming Grace Church (RGC) Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023


While salvation is all of grace, it is also a lifetime of holy effort and growth.

VO BOSS Podcast
Reimagine your 2023

VO BOSS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 28:58


Are you feeling the energy of newness & hope that we do? Anne & Lau are getting ready for the new year and all that comes with it. Before you jump to goal setting, take a minute to think about what has happened this year & what you want to create next. Reflecting on your accomplishments is an empowering exercise that can help you feel successful & inspired. It is also essential to take a look at the industry as it is now & research any predictions about the near future. Understanding the demands of the industry will help you build your goals and business plans around what will serve the current market. Now BOSSES, it is time to goal set. Think big, but not unrealistic…and if you need help, listen up because Anne & Lau have your back. Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone, welcome to the VO BOSS podcast. I'm your host, Anne Ganguzza, and today I am so happy to have back to the show the one and only Lau Lapides. Hey Lau. Lau: Hey, I love how you took a breath before you said my name. Yay. Anne: I did . You deserve that extra drama, that extra drama pause. So. Lau: Thank you. I love that. Anne: Awesome. Well, you know Lau, it is coming to a close, the year of 2022. Lau: Unbelievable. Anne: Yeah. And of course 2023, with that comes the new year, resolutions, goals, all those good things. And I think I wanna kind of take a step back and not just talk about 2023, but I wanna reimagine what your business and what the BOSSes out there, reimagine what your businesses could look like in 2023, maybe in a little different light this year. Because I think, I feel like people are feeling more comfortable now. They're getting out, they're seeing each other. I think there's a lot of hope and renewal in the air. I mean, I'm feeling it. And for me, I've taken a look at what's going on this past year and the industry and how it's shifting. And I think we really need to take a good look at our businesses to see how we can maybe shift and evolve and reimagine our businesses in the new year. Lau: Mm. No question about it. And this is the best time. I'm always saying, you're winding down. You're tying up loose ends. You're excited about any holidays that are happening. And even if you don't celebrate holidays, it gives you permission that everyone else is to just relax, be with family, take it easy, but then also to plan. Anne: Yeah. Right? Lau: To think about quarter one in the new year, where do you wanna be? Who do you wanna be? And what does your vision look like of your business? Anne: Yeah. Lau: That's exciting. I love that time. Anne: It's so exciting. I mean, and I really like to have that time to reflect. And I'll tell you what, you and I, we are soul sisters, right? We work, work, work, work, work. And the other day I literally, I had to go to a doctor's appointment. Maybe not the most fun thing in the world, but it got me into the car. And it got me on a long ride 'cause there was traffic. And I actually really like that. And I miss that in a way because whenever I would drive, I was able to think, right? Because I can't be typing at my computer. I have to just sit there and think. And I came to the realization, Lau, that I have been in business for myself for 15 years. Lau: Wow. Anne: And you think I would've thought about that before. I mean, I kind of knew it, but I just, it hit me all of a sudden. Lau: Awesome, awesome. Anne: Wow. That is something to be proud of. And I know you have been in business just about as long as I have. Lau: Mm-hmm. Anne: Full-time, your own business. And I think that number one, before any BOSSes start to think about what they are going to do next year, right, and create goals, I think you should stop, reflect, and give yourself credit and realize your accomplishments that you have so far. Because that, I think gives you a great baseline to jumpstart a new year. Lau: Absolutely. And you know, I was thinking about you saying that you were in the car, and that's that autonomic thing in your brain that you know how to drive the car. You don't have to think about it. So you can go into your imagination, you can go into processing things, and you've got the privacy. You're alone. And here's the thing, we're moving forward. Most of the time, unless we're sitting at a light or backing up, we're moving forward. So if you drive, if you bike, if you walk and you're moving forward, and you're thinking about your life, think about your business as moving forward. You've got this kinesthetic energy that's happening as you're thinking about what's to come. Anne: Mm-hmm. Lau: And we're meant to be in action. I know I'm one of those people, Anne, and I know you are as well, that I am better about working and getting things done when I'm in action. Anne: Yeah, absolutely. I agree. Lau: I'm not as good on the outside of it. I'm better on the inside of it. Anne: Well, you know what else too, when I am though, in that moment where I can be quiet and reflect, I also like to watch or listen to other creative things so that I can learn and be inspired. And so, believe it or not, I was listening to another podcast, and it wasn't anything to do with voiceover, and it didn't even have to do with business, but it was people in the creative arts. And when I listen to them banter back and forth about what they do on a day-to-day basis, or that maybe they're interviewing somebody that's in television or the movies, and it always gets me thinking outside of my bubble. I really think that most of us voice talent. We stay in this bubble, this safe, comfortable bubble of, this is my industry, this is what I know, and this is how I need to go forward. These are the steps that other people in my industry have told me. And I think that you really need to step outside of that once in a while to get creative inspiration. Like I love watching good movies. I love listening to new music. I love listening to anybody in the creative arts talking about their career or what they do to inspire themselves or to get ahead or to grow themselves or their business. That inspires me and gives my business new ideas. Lau: Mm-hmm. Absolutely. I'm right there with you. And just last night I was watching a program on PBS about the American Musical Theater. Anne: Mm-hmm. Lau: And the Jewish influence on that thematically, like the Jewish people that are coming in and influencing that. And they talked to Mel Brooks, and they talked to Stephen Sondheim and they talked, and here's the theme. They came up with. The great musicals were all revolving around hope and joy and happiness, you know, "Put on a happy face" and "Singing in the rain" and all. And I'm telling you, I was crying my eyes out with joy. I was crying my eyes out because I wanted to remember that what we do in our industry should be around joy rather than around negative. Anne: Yeah. Lau: You know, we can still have agendas, we can still have purposes that are serious, that we really care about. We wanna uplift and we want to support, but overall, I know I wanna have a joyous outlook about myself, my business, my clients. Anne: Absolutely. Lau: My world. I want, I wanna go in with the upward mobility rather than downward. Anne: Yeah. Upward. And along those same lines is really understanding what it is that you do and how you contribute to the world and society and within your business. And I think that we talk about this all the time, know your worth, know your worth. But I think we, we talk about it in terms of just knowing your worth in terms of what do I charge? Right? What do I charge for this voiceover job? I want you to think broader and grander than that. Like, how does my voice fit into the very small piece of the pie that can affect people on grand levels? Do you know what I mean? My voice that fits into a documentary or something that's uplifting, or a meditation or, or however that works in a creative, entertaining spot. How does that fit in? And how does it overall affect not just you and your business, but society and the world? And when I think you start to realize where that sits, you start to value yourself and your business even more. And that helps you to create even grander goals that can be achievable, not grand goals that are not achievable. It gives you inspiration that you can achieve this. Lau: Yes. And that there is an outcome that you are responsible for. And the outcome is surrounded by impact. Anne: Mm. Yes. Lau: Like what kind of impact and outcome does your audience, your client base, the people who surround you, what are they going to feel? What's the affect? What are they going to learn? What's your logos and education around what you bring to them? And how will they be persuaded? You know, like how will they move in a direction or a new direction based on what you're giving to them and offering them, which is you're offering them value. Anne: Yeah. Lau: You're really giving value. So it's not just about setting your rates and setting your pricing. Anne: Sure. Lau: It's about saying, take a step back. What value am I really giving to them? And how long lasting is that value? Anne: I totally agree with you. And so in looking, I think, BOSSes, before you start to make those goals for 2023, and you start reimagining, start taking a look at what you do now and start looking beyond just the surface of -- for me, for example, I don't necessarily do documentaries every day of my life or impactful commercials every day of my life, but I do voiceover every day of my life. And every single piece that I do voiceover for every single piece of copy has a meaning and has an impact to someone out there. And I think we don't often look beyond the words. Right? And the end of the job and the paycheck. I think we really have to say, what is it that we are contributing? And also, I think if you are really thinking about the overall impact, it's gonna help you with your performance as well. Your performance is gonna mean more artistically. And also, again, I think everything just falls into place because again, as I was mentioning before, if we look at the evolution of this industry and how things are changing and evolving, technology, it keeps coming. Right? It keeps coming. There is the potential for a large amount of disruption in our industry because of technology. If you remember, I think the first was home studios and then ISDN, right? Or ISDN, that was a technology that led to home studios. And then home studios led to more and more people in the industry. And then after that, I'm thinking, what else is changing in the industry? Online casting sites, right? Pay to plays. That was technology that, it disrupted our industry. And technology, by the way, doesn't just disrupt our industry. Technology disrupts every industry. And again, there's another movement for, I'm gonna say it, synthetic voices. And I know that people don't wanna hear that, but yet it is coming. And so as businesses and when we are trying to imagine our business moving forward, we need to be aware. We need to keep our eyes open. And we also need to think that if synthetic voices are coming, we need to be even more human in our craft. Right? Even more human, to make the impact to differentiate ourselves from the other product that may be coming. And also possibly consider having an additional product in your service. Right? Maybe a human voice. Well, obviously a human voice, right? But maybe think about how a synthetic voice might play into your business. I'm not gonna say that I am out there taking away jobs, but I'll tell you what, they're not gonna stop for me. . Lau: Exactly. Anne: And so for me, I wanna hone my craft so that I can give as much human Anne to my performance and make an impact with that as I can. And so that gives me lots of goals for next year, lots of goals. Lau: Tons of goals. It's never ending goals. And I think there's the nature of human beings, not just in our industry, but to sort of have resistance against change. Anne: Yeah. Mm-hmm. Lau: Like anything that looks scary, unknown, change -- will that take my job? Will that take my value away? Will that take my worth away? Well, our job, I think as human beings is to say, no, I have to re-envision what my value and what my place is, and then I have to offer that. Anne: Yeah. Lau: If I sit back and I put up the resistance wall and I become super toxic, and start low talking everything and downgrading everything -- listen, as you said, it's not gonna change because I'm upset about it. Trust me on that. Anne: Exactly. Yeah. Lau: So when in Rome -- like you have to figure out, how do I carve out my business and rearrange that to fit the new waves that are happening in the industry? And if you really look closely, there's going to be positives. There's going to be pros, there's going to be great stuff. And then there, there will be cons too. Anne: Yeah. Lau: So I always found like you, I need to stay positive about it and really do the due diligence of figuring out how do I swim in this market? What do I have to offer? And what do I need to change and re-envision in order to still fit into the industry? Anne: Right. And I think it's important, again, just to reiterate with some different words, but saying the same thing, it is the market. We are a business who provides a product to a market, and we need to pay attention to that market. I can't just be a voice actor and say, but I have an amazing voice. Hire me. Lau: Right. Anne: It doesn't matter how great my voice is if the market is not demanding it. Right? And that's just business 101. You have to understand what the market is looking for, and then as a business, offer something that will serve that market. Lau: Yeah. I mean, if it's any consolation and you view it all as a commodity, and that we are a product, in essence, go out and look at every single product on the market from an Apple computer to Tide soap to your car, to your house, whatever. It doesn't stay the same. It's all new. It's improved. Anne: Yeah. Lau: You've got new ingredients, you've got new packaging, you've got environmentally friendly, you've got da, da da, da, da. It just doesn't stay the same. Like, I'm this laundry detergent and it's good. And take it or leave it. It doesn't stay that way. It has to change with the mindset, the vision, and also the generational influences. It has to shift and change to appeal to those target demographics. And it doesn't mean that it's not good anymore. It means that it needs to move in the direction where that audience figures out what the value is. Anne: We can't, "get off my lawn!" We can't do that. Lau: No, no. Anne: We just, we just can't -- we may be getting older. And it's interesting because as I -- Lau: What are you doing on my lawn? Anne: Get off my lawn. Lau: Get off. Anne: As I mentioned, I've been in the industry for 15 years. I have seen a lot of change. Lau: Anne: Again, when I mentioned when I started home studio was just a thought. Lau: Yeah. Anne: It wasn't a requirement. Online casting sites hadn't begun yet. And really, if you're not, again, watching and looking and educating yourself, you're not gonna be able to move forward. Your business is not gonna be able to move forward. So if you're a voice artist and you love what you do, and you wanna remain a voice artist, then I think you definitely need to take some time. And this time of the year is a great time to do it. If you haven't been writing down your accomplishments -- So I'm gonna say before you write down goals, I have a wonderful planner that I write down weekly, daily accomplishments, things that I've done. And it's something that, a place that I can go to look back at. And it gives me a nice benchmark to say, oh yeah, you know what? If I'm feeling down and I feel like, oh, it's a slow week and what's going on, I don't feel like I'm making any progress -- I can go look at things that I've written down and say, wow, you know what? Like the epiphany that 15 years, wow. That's something to be proud of. Lau: Look how much you did. It's very easy to forget about it and brush it aside when you're busy and stressed about the up and coming projects. But when you really take the time to look back on everything, oh my goodness, you go, did I do that? Oh, . It's incredible. And you should be proud of that. Like you should take the time to celebrate it. Take the time to really go, oh my God, that's me. I did that. Like I always say, we're the alchemists thinking about creating a business out of nothing. Anne: Right. Lau: There's nothing there. It's air. And then you fill it with a thought and you conceive it, and then you start to plan it, and then you start to execute it. And then when you do it, you go, oh yeah, I just did it. It wasn't a big deal. Yeah. I got to do -- well, you forgot about the whole process -- Anne: It was a big deal. Lau: -- leading up to it. Anne: Exactly. Mm-Hmm. Lau: A huge deal getting there. Anne: It's interesting, as I was thinking about that, I'm also writing like, what are the biggest myths about starting a business in the voiceover industry? And one of the biggest myths is that you're born to be a business person or born to be an entrepreneur. And I think I'm the first one to negate that because I wasn't born to be an entrepreneur. I learned everything as I was going along. And so in reality, that's an accomplishment. Lau: Oh yeah. I don't even know anyone who, even if they're born into families of entrepreneurs and they're studying in an entrepreneurial, you know, MBA track, they're not naturals at it oftentimes. They have to learn, they have to absorb, they have to be in the surrounding, they have to be in the mindset, the thought process. And that's not even to say, are they brave? Like, do they, they have that risk taking, that calculated risk taking thing. Are they willing to work really hard? Are they creative? Do they have a creative brain? I mean, that's all stuff that is part of your makeup, part of your chemistry. But you have to have the exposure, the teachings, the environment to help cultivate all that. Anne: BOSSes out there, if you haven't already gotten a pen and paper and started writing down these accomplishments -- because if you are here, if you are in the industry, if you've started your business, that is an accomplishment. And that is something to jumpstart, springboard off that for reimagining your next year. And I've got some, you know, hefty plans for myself, more so than I think I did this past year. I mean, I always like to think big, but this year I'm really starting to evolve and change, and I think get off my lawn kind of talk. I have been planning for my retirement for the last five years. The wheels have been turning. I wanna make passive income so that when I retire, I can travel and I don't have to be taking my mic everywhere with me and enjoy my retirement. So I've always been planning year after year after year, what can I do? How can I evolve my business? How can I grow it? And part of that is sitting down and looking at my accomplishments and then figuring out what new things do I wanna do for this next year? And I think because I've seen a bigger change in the industry this year, more things out in the industry that are affecting the industry and trends and where they're going -- and I think next year I want to be able to offer more to my clients. And so I'm going to have to really dig deep and figure out what parts of my business do I wanna change? Do I want to upgrade? Do I want to, I can't be Anne Ganguzza more than 24 hours a day. I just don't have the time. And so now I've gotta really figure out a new way to rework the business so it's more efficient. And I can put more of my, I guess I wanna say my genuine self into it and not have to spend hours doing things that maybe I can outsource or have another method of getting them done or maybe go a different direction. Lau: Hmm. No question about it. I think that that's the way to go. And when your BOSSes are ready to do that, delegating, growing your team, going from solopreneur to really businesspreneur, entrepreneur, whatever is important when you're ready for that step. And that's a courage step. You have to have a lot of courage and faith that you've reached that certain benchmark, but you need to get to the next level up. And in order to do it, you can't be everywhere all the time. You have to have others helping you. That was hard for me, honestly, Anne, because I'm the type of person, I don't know, maybe I'm a control freak and I'll say -- Anne: No, I hear you. Lau: Maybe I'm a control freak, but I like to touch everything. You know what I mean? Anne: Yeah. Lau: I'm like a toddler. I like to touch that and touch that email and touch that. Anne: Yeah. Lau: And I'm learning that I don't always have to do that. Anne: Yeah, absolutely. Lau: And sometimes, and this was like a huge ego thing, and BOSSes, you might be able to relate to this, the idea that it won't go well or it won't be of high value if I'm not involved with it, is really not true. It's just not true. It's your insecurity potentially. Anne: Yes. Absolutely. Lau: Being worried about things going wrong versus that client really getting their value, enjoying themselves fully with another coach or with another engineer, or with another whatever you do like all the millions of jobs. I always say job number 82, you know what I mean? Anne: Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's something to be said when you do outsource. I mean, I've had, gosh, I wanna say I've had my second hired employee is still with me. Wow. She's been with me for, I'm gonna say nine years now. Lau: Wow. Anne: Think about that. Nine years. Right? Lau: Nine years. Anne: I have been employing, I mean, I have at least nine people on my team now, but they've stayed with me. And that's yet another thing to think about. If you're outsourcing, you have to manage, right? You have to manage employees, you have to delegate, you still have to delegate so you have a little bit of your piece of the pie. You have your hand, your fingers in the pie there. And it's something of an accomplishment to have an employee that is loyal, that wants to stay with you for that long, that you can hopefully motivate and inspire. And it's, it's not just about the money for them. Because I realize that if I want quality work and the type of work that I'm so control freakish myself, right? It's gotta be at a level that's way up here -- if you want your employees to perform at that level, then you have to respect them. You have to treat them well, you have to pay them well. And that also is a big challenge because we are our own business and to invest money, right, again into ourselves for performance training, for demos, for marketing, for outsourcing, it's always, I think, a scary thing for us to spend our money. Right? Our well-earned money. And so again, that's another thing that I can have on my accomplishment list to say I have been a good boss to my employees. And they have not left me in the dust. They've stayed with me. We have a wonderfully respectful, productive relationship. And I'm very proud of that. Lau: And you should be proud of that. That's amazing. And in a world where most bosses just don't care, like workers are dispensable, oftentimes they're not even recognized. It's like you're a number in a lecture classroom kind of thing -- you have built a core business built on value and warmth and a family friendly environment and really nurturing, really just nurturing your talent and your clients, and really making sure you've got a caring, watchful eye. Hard to find that. That is invaluable. Like that is priceless. You know what I mean? To be able to do something like that. We pride ourselves on that too. And I recently said what you said. I said, oh, I've been an amazing boss. Like, I'm incredible. But here's the double-edged sword. I have been the toughest boss that I have ever worked for. I'm much tougher on these than I am on the people that work with me and for me. And that's an issue. Like it's good that you're able to drive yourself. It's not good that you drive yourself crazy. Anne: Oh, I completely agree. I completely agree. And you know what's so interesting? I think that because our product is really a very personal, part of our personal brand, right? It represents our personal brand, whether we are hiring somebody to help market, for us to help engineer, for us to help communicate to potential clients for us, they are representing our brand. And so by default, I like to say, of course, I'm the most caring, warm boss out there. But part of it is also because they're representing my brand, right? And I wanna make sure that I get tip top work, right? Top-notch work. I know myself, I'm not gonna get top-notch work from workers who aren't paid enough. Right? How can I preach the value of knowing your worth if I don't pay my employees what they're worth? Right? How do I get them to care about me and my brand? Because if they write an email and say the wrong thing or come off on a different level or a different way, that is impacting me and affecting my business. And so I have to make sure that my employees are on the ball all the time. And, and I think that's part of the motivation too, for treating your employees well. And I always think you should treat your employees well anyways. Happy employees are gonna be ones that really serve your company and will stay with you for the long term. Lau: That's right. That's part of your envisioning and re-envisioning of your business, that I'm working with the best crew that I can work with. I'm inspiring them. I'm offering them the resources they need. I'm educating them. I'm taking care of them well financially and emotionally, but I'm also motivating myself in a new way and getting courageous about that. Like what's the next step? Let me be honest. How do I level up personally and professionally? How do I get to that next place? And I'm telling you, it can be a leap. I'm going through it myself. It can be, after 14 years, it is really crazy to like take a leap to go from whatever it is, whether it's the six figure to the seven figure mark. Anne: Sure. Absolutely. Lau: Or to go from this level of client to that level of client, or it's very, very unsettling to do that. Anne: And I'll tell you another thing. I always think about at this time of the year, right? Next year, am I going to raise my prices? Right? Lau: Hmm. We were just talking about that. Yeah. Anne: And I think that, Lau, that's a whole 'nother episode, but it's something, BOSSes, I want you to think about, right? Are you going to be raising your prices? And in economic times such as these, right? When there's a recession or the looming recession, how much are you going to, are you going to change your prices for new clients? Maybe your existing clients, you'll give them a grandfather clause where they get the same rate. But I do think that every time I change my prices, I have a little mini heart attack because it's scary even for us, right Lau, when we -- Lau: Oh, yes. Anne: It takes courage to do things like that, to raise your prices, to hire someone, to fire someone, anything when it comes to your business for growth, it takes courage to grow. Lau: It does. Anne: And I'll tell you what though, I have all the faith in the world for 2023 and the BOSSes that listen to this podcast, that you guys are gonna go write down those accomplishments so that you can have a springboard to really, really reimagine what your business will be like in 2023. And think big. I like to think big, but don't think unrealistic because I'm ever hopeful that I really do believe that when I do reimagine my 2023, I will always make it so it works for me. Because I certainly don't like, I don't like to fail. I mean, I do fail all the time, but I don't like it to look like a failure. So I just say, oh, I changed my mind. So . Lau: Yeah, exactly. Anne: But again, it's all about growth. Lau: Exactly. Anne: And I think that if you have done this for any amount of time, or if you're just getting into it, taking risks and having courage to grow your business -- you don't have to say, oh, I'm gonna go from $1000 a year to $100,000 a year. You don't have to make some crazy grand goal. As a matter of fact, most of my growth has come from goals that I kind of worked backwards from. And so they were step by step by step. And so each one was incremental in a realistic way, so that I never felt like I was losing or a failure or I couldn't make it. Lau: Exactly. And and you know, we have fancy terms that we use now that really justify those moves. Like changing your mind is now called pivoting. We pivot. Anne: Yeah. There you go. Lau: Because it either doesn't work or it's not what we thought it is, or it's just not panning out for whatever reason, or we no longer wanna do it. It doesn't satisfy our overall goal. So we pivot in a new direction. So as you're able to transition and pivot and move, I would say, stay in action, move forward. Keep envisioning and re-envisioning, and don't be apologetic if you need to change course, if you need to pivot like you do, Anne, like I do every single day. That's really part of the game. And if you're gonna be in it, you need to keep that action moving forward. And just go for it. Like don't hold back. Go for it. Anne: Well, I am Inspired, Lau, by you and I thank you, Lau. This is our last podcast episode of this year. We are continuing next year, which I'm so excited for. Lau: Yay. Anne: But yeah, so I have to say I am truly grateful and appreciative of having you these past few months as my co-host and absolutely love growing my business with you and growing VO BOSS. And for the BOSSes out there, I wanna say it's been an amazing year. Thank you so much for supporting us. One last thing, big shout out to our sponsor, ipDTL. You too can connect and network like BOSSes and reimagine your 2023 with ipDTL. Find out more at ipdtl.com. I have all the good feels for next year for all of you. Keep listening, we love you, and we'll see you next year. Lau: Thanks everyone. See you next year. Anne: Thanks, BOSSes. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voBOSS.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.

Tore Says Show
Tue 27 Dec: Hot Topics - UnBelieving - UprotectingU - Brand Focus - Title 42 - ReCrash - Upward Trends

Tore Says Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 112:12


Incredibly, there are some who still can't see that big things are happening. Out President speaks, and the nation is listening. People are starting to learn only they can protect themselves. If we can't do that, how can we self govern? There used to be a thing call chain of custody. Bank account information is no longer private. Info doxing agreements, big payments and bribery crimes. Who's a habitual litigator? 2023 will be the year of recompense, and they're coming out of the woodwork. Mike Lindell in the spotlight. Brandon bailing to St. Croix doesn't seem odd. This is what happens when DA's ignore the law. Twitter IS the government. We've said it forever, tax dollars steal elections. Only friends report the real truth. The black pilling mercenaries the dark side has created. Now obvious is their Title 42 strategy. Border pressure, Covid $$$, human trafficking and the drastic changes incoming. It was once actually about public health and welfare. Get ready for a wild ride in the new year. Things are going to be lit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

For the Girl
For The Girl Looking to Refresh Her Life

For the Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 26:36


It's our last episode of 2022! Another year has came and went but before we head into 2023, we wanted to chat with the girl looking to refresh her life this season! In this episode, Mac and Kenz offer up some of their best advice and share what they'll be doing to get ready for the new year. We hope you had the best year fam! Praying sooo many blessings over you all in 2023... we'll see you in the new year!

The Paranormal 60
100th Episode - Time Travel & Stargate Edition

The Paranormal 60

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 85:35


Math proves paradox free Time Travel. Did the USA have access to a Stargate? A grisly ghoul caught on camera, a Haunted artist is haunted by his art, UFOs over Wisconsin, a New Holiday ParaTune, Scare-a-Share emails and questions from the Mailbag of the Macabre, PLUS Dave reveals a new look.Dave, Chachi, The Colonel, and The Paranormal Detective join forces to celebrate the holiday spirit and The Paranormal 60's 100th Episode!Thank you for listening and your support of this show. I strive to continue to Entertain, Enlighten & Educate and it warms my heart knowing you come back time and time again to share this journey with me.So welcome to Episode 100! For those that are new to us, you now know you have a whole lot of fun waiting for you as you revisit past episodes. Enjoy.And special thanks to 3 of the best gifts I have ever received, my friends, Eric Folsom, Martin Valles & Greg Lawson. The journey of my life got better with you three at my side. Onward & Upward lads!Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a blessed 2023 to all who visit us here, on The Paranormal 60 podcast.Come see Dave Schrader Jan 13-15, 2023 at www.TheFearFaire.comThe Paranormal 60 News with Dave Schrader: 100th Episode - Time Travel & Stargate EditionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Defense Diaries
Tunnel Vision: Nebraska v. Dr. Anthony Garcia Ep. 229: An Unusual Upward Path

Defense Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 46:29


The autopsies of Dr. and Mrs. Brumback are to be performed this morning and they very well may create more questions than they answer.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

For the Girl
Year in Review: Our Highlights from 2022

For the Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 47:28


The year is coming to a close and we're looking back on ALLLLL that God has done over the past year! There's been some ups, downs, some highs and some lows, but overall, 2022 brought lots of growth and lots of fun. On this episode, Mac & Kenz dive into some personal highlights, ministry highlights and even share what their most excited for in the new year. FTG FAM... this year wouldn't have been the same without YOU! Thanks for listening and we you'll stick with us in 2023!  We're going on TOUR!!! Check it out & grab your tickets at https://www.forthegirltour.com/ !  Calling all of our single ladies... you've gotta check out Upward! Download the app and meet your match: https://apps.apple.com/US/app/id1499137942?mt=8 My Life in a Book is the perfect holiday gift! Use our code FTGFAM for $10 OFF your purchase: http://mylifeinabook.com/discount/FTGFAM

LifechurchX
Upward Call

LifechurchX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 42:18


Upward Call - Pastor Kati Heck

The Gents of the 3.5
“The Gents of the 3.5" brings you the “We are Back…”, from our Second Seasons Episode 16 - Part 2 “I Demoted Myself”

The Gents of the 3.5

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 17:46


Under the umbrella of “Our Meeting at the Crossroads” comes our 2nd Journey, “The Gents of the 3.5”. “Second time around”, trailing our last experience with “The Gents of the 3.5” (freshman run), The Video Mini Episode of the 3.5, and “After Talk” Sessions.Shows  Designers and Co-Creator Bruno Diaz and Darren Lorenzo, along with Co Founder George Papas get together to bring you and Present our Sophomore Season, of “The Gents of the 3.5”. With host George Papas, Bruno Diaz and Darren Lorenzo.This is a show about friends. Just guys shooting the breeze. Talking about any and everything. Men don't just have locker room conversation, ladies. A day in the life of the squad, the fellas, dem boys, it's just us people.Webisode and Recapped Video Mini Episodes, Available on our Youtube page (Upward and Onward Productions LLC),  our Facebook page (Upward and Onward Productions) and our Twitter/Instagram page (@UpandOnProd).Friends, how many of us have them? “We're just a band of brothers, hanging out in good company. So don't you dare try to judge us, negate on what you can't hear or see”. We are just the 3.5 folks. Nothing more, nothing less, but damn sure worth it.“To be a fly on the wall, at the barber shop or gym near the bathroom stall or when he's on his way from hangin out or after work at the end of the day”. These are “The Gents of the 3.5”. Come join us for a casual conversation.If you have any questions, inquires, or just things you'd like to add. Once again please reach out and  message us on Instagram @O.M.A.T.C, or @UpandOnProd and or Facebook @UpwardandOnwardProductions or @Our.Meeting.at.the.Crossroads (page or fb. group). We appreciate you, and hope you check us out.“The Gents of the 3.5”Podcast Show Founder - Upward and Onward ProductionsConcept Co-Creators - Darren Lorenzo and Bruno DiazHost - Bruno Diaz, Darren Lorenzo and Clay Christopher Director/Theme Song - Darren LorenzoSound Editor/Mixer - Bruno DiazContent Producers - Darren Lorenzo 

The SYCK Career Podcast,
Ep 34 : Making the Right Career Decision: An interview with Career Coach Nayla Bahri

The SYCK Career Podcast,

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 45:49


Dr. Nayla Bahri is an executive coach and co-host of The Inside Job Podcast. It is possible to have the “perfect” job and a fulfilling relationship with your job.  Whether you have been in your position for a day or 30 years, you will benefit from this honest and enlightening conversation about pursuing a position that meets your needs. Success can be measured in many ways and today you will hear how to experience more satisfaction in your career choice. You won't want to miss this podcast.     IN THIS EPISODE: [1:40] Nayla discusses how her business coaching differs from others [6:09] Start with ‘What do I want or need' not what company do I want to work for and then ask other critical questions [11:52] The lies we tell ourselves [16:22] Upward mobility vs. personal desire or preference  [22:00] The importance of networking [30:00] Pier pressure vs. misalignment of the job, vs. success [42:13] Achieving your goals KEY TAKEAWAYS: There are many types of career coaching. The style of today's guest is to know yourself before you can find the “perfect” job.  That is achieved by self-awareness found by asking the right questions of yourself through coaching. It is very easy to fall into the trap of traditional success.  What is expected of me?  What does my position say about me?  Instead, seek the position that gives you a fulfilling career and life. Most people need to work.  It may as well be at a job you enjoy.  There is vocabulary that is bantered around which may leave a detrimental impression when one is seeking a career move.  Focus on words, people, and thoughts that leave you inspired, not discouraged.     RESOURCE LINKS: SYCK -  Podcast Nayla Bahri - Facebook Nayla Bahri - Linkedin Nayla Bahri - Twitter Nayla Bahri - Website Nayla Bahri - The Inside Job Podcast   BIO: Dr. Nayla Bahri is an executive coach, educator, facilitator, and co-host of The Inside Job Podcast. Her mission is to help everyone she collaborates with create their ideal relationship with work, one that lets them thrive, experience more satisfaction and flow, and deliver excellence.

PodPops
PodReport: Onward and Upward!

PodPops

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 1:55


Ginni talks about the latest news in podcasting trends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

BRAVE COMMERCE
Kate Crowley and Luke Sebire of LEGO on customer loyalty, media mix marketing, and upward funnel opportunities

BRAVE COMMERCE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 25:34


With holiday spending in full swing, brands could really benefit from some retail media spending advice. On this episode of BRAVE COMMERCE, Kate Crowley, LEGO's Head of B2B eCommerce Marketing Strategy and Implementation in Western Europe, and Luke Sebire, the head of their Global eCommerce Center of Excellence, join hosts Rachel Tipograph and Sarah Hofstetter to discuss the opportunities associated with building global brands via retail media. During this episode, Kate and Luke share the importance of being loyal to consumers, especially during times of economic uncertainty. As they explain, disappointing the customer is never acceptable.They also talk about the need for brands to view retail media budgeting from both a global and mature market perspective. Retail media should be considered from a deep understanding of the path to purchase. You need to know where to show up for key decision making moments.Subscribe to BRAVE COMMERCE on your favorite podcast platform!You can listen and subscribe to all of Adweek's podcasts by visiting adweek.com/podcasts.Stay updated on all things Adweek Podcast Network by following us on Twitter: @adweekpodcasts.Follow our hosts on Twitter: @RachelTipograph @PezMeister1And if you have a question or suggestions for the show, send us an email at podcast@adweek.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Discovering Forestry
Invest In Yourself, with Upward Training (Episode 97)

Discovering Forestry

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 26:36


Joe and Korey sit down with Megan Bujnowski of Upward Training, a training and consulting company based in North Carolina, USA. Megan shares some insight and knowledge on over 20 years in the tree industry. Listen in as we share some of the best perspectives and advice on learning and sharing knowledge amongst peers! Guest: Megan Bujnowski - www.upward-training.com/ If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and tell a fellow tree lover! Questions or topics you would like us to discuss? Send them to discoveringforestry@gmail.com. Music credit: Cool Tools Music Video - "Timber" Hosted by: Joe Aiken & Korey Lofy Produced by: Korey Lofy Artwork by: Cara Markiewicz --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/discoveringforestry/support

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Junior's Sports Report

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 3:14


Upward mobility for Coach Prime.  He is going to Colorado and it's official.  Congrats!  Along with that will there be a change on the show?  Don't leave Steve, ya big lip bastard!  LMBAO!!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

F.A.R.T. the podcast
Fatphobia: The Biases We Can't "Shake Off"

F.A.R.T. the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 78:40


The "delicate" issue of Anti-Hero we can't seem to "shake off."Get the holiday drink guide:www.poundcake.fit/holiday-drinksSources:Was Taylor Swift wrong to use the word ‘fat' in a video? That's how I used to feel whenever I weighed myself | Arwa Mahdawi | The GuardianTaylor Swift's “Anti-Hero” Music Video Scale Scene Perpetuates Fatphobia While Attempting to Depict EDs | Teen VogueBody image and explicit and implicit anti-fat attitudes: the mediating role of physical appearance comparisons - PubMed (nih.gov)Upward and downward physical appearance comparisons: development of scales and examination of predictive qualities - PubMed (nih.gov)Changes in perceived weight discrimination among Americans, 1995-1996 through 2004-2006 - PubMed (nih.gov)Weighing obesity stigma: the relative strength of different forms of bias - PubMed (nih.gov)Obesity Stigma: Important Considerations for Public Health - PMC (nih.gov)A multinational examination of weight bias: predictors of anti-fat attitudes across four countries - PubMed (nih.gov)Prevalence of Childhood and Adult Obesity in the United States, 2011–2012 - PMC (nih.gov)Bias, Discrimination, and Obesity - Puhl - 2001 - Obesity Research - Wiley Online LibraryPsychological aspects of severe obesity | The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition | Oxford Academic (oup.com)Primum Non Nocere: Obesity Stigma and Public Health | SpringerLinkFat Stigmatization in Television Shows and Movies: A Content Analysis - Himes - 2007 - Obesity - Wiley Online LibraryThe Stigma of Obesity: A Review and Update - Puhl - 2009 - Obesity - Wiley Online LibraryWork with me: apply for coaching Contact me for consults (100% of profits are for charity): ryan@poundcake.itJoin us on the Fitness Sucks Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fitsuckFollow us on Instagram @fitness.sucks.podcastwww.poundcake.fit

Financial Issues
Third Quarter GDP Revised Upward To 2.9%

Financial Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 54:07


247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast
WEST OF THE REST: Stanford needs a recruiting renaissance + Washington trending upward on the trail

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 29:57


Brandon Huffman and Blair Angulo are back for another West Coast-centric episode to discuss where Stanford goes in the post-David Shaw era, why Washington is set up nicely to recruit well next year, how ASU did what Colorado should have already done, and the latest buzz on the top offensive lineman in the region ahead of Signing Day later this month. Host: Blair Angulo & Brandon Huffman Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

California Liberty Project
Episode 26: Will Gavin Newsom continue failing upward?

California Liberty Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 16:12


In this quick episode of the California Liberty Project, I discuss Gavin Newsom's big/cynical announcement (that nobody asked for) that he will not be running for president in 2024. Also, the upcoming California legislative session gets underway in January -- and there could be several bad bills that are introduced. Californians who value their liberty and their family's autonomy & privacy are going to need to get engaged and worked to defeat this new crop of bad bills. Visit californialibertyproject.com California Liberty Project on Instagram California Liberty Project on twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/californialibertyproject/message

For the Girl
In My Feels: When I'm Feeling Joyful

For the Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 36:47


Gonzaga Nation
The WCC is Trending Upward in the Early Season

Gonzaga Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 10:42


Dan Dickau recaps the week of headlines from WCC mens basketball. 

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
PSM10 – The Inward then Outward, Upward then Downward Movement of Liturgy – Pathway to Sacred Mysteries with Dr. David Fagerberg – Discerning Hearts Podcast

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 28:12


 Episode 10 – The Inward then Outward, Upward then Downward Movement of Liturgy – Pathway to Sacred Mysteries with Dr. David Fagerberg Ph.D. Dr. David Fagerberg and Kris McGregor discuss the Anabatic and Katabatic movements of the liturgy. Here are some of the topics explored in this episode: From the discussion with Dr. Fagerberg: ... Read more The post PSM10 – The Inward then Outward, Upward then Downward Movement of Liturgy – Pathway to Sacred Mysteries with Dr. David Fagerberg – Discerning Hearts Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

It’s Always Gameday In Cincinnati
FANTASY BONUS: Tee Higgins' Upward Trajectory | 'Upper Hand Fantasy'

It’s Always Gameday In Cincinnati

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 24:50


From 'Upper Hand Fantasy' (subscribe here), hosts Faraz Siddiqi & Zach Rizzuto continue their discussion on all that went down in Week 12 with a look at Latavius Murray, Travis Etienne, Jeff Wilson and more. How much can you trust the Tampa Bay passing offense right now? Is Tee Higgins going to boom rest of season? Are we concerned with Christian McCaffrey's knee pain? Check out Faraz's full weekly rankings and get more access to answer all of your fantasy football questions on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Upperhandfantasy Make sure to check out Underdog's Pick'Ems for every NFL slate. Use the code UPPERHANDPOD to double your initial deposit up to $100: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/pc-xIm5iPVvo7fantasy Check out Faraz's full weekly rankings and get more access to answer all of your fantasy football questions on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Upperhandfantasy Make sure to check out Underdog's Pick'Ems for every NFL slate. Use the code UPPERHANDPOD to double your initial deposit up to $100: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/pc-xIm5iPVvo7fantasy To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

For the Girl
In My Feels: When I'm Feeling Guilty

For the Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 31:53


How is it that we're already covering our seventh emotion together??!! On this week's episode, Mac & Kenz dive into the feeling of guilt. If we're being honest here, I'm sure we've all felt this feeling a time or two... tbh probably a million BUT the good news is there's actually something really sweet to step into when guilt starts to creep in. So ladies... we don't want to guilt ;) you into listening haha but you definitely don't want to miss this episode!    We're going on TOUR!!! Get your tickets NOW at ! Single ladies... check out Upward! Download the app NOW!  

The Bourbon Show
The Bourbon Show Pint Size #298 – Can Bourbon Continue Its Upward Trajectory?

The Bourbon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 17:52


Steve, Jeremy and Renee discuss whether or not bourbon will be able to maintain an upward trajectory. The Bourbon Show music (Whiskey on the Mississippi) is by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Important Links: ABV Network Shop: https://shop.abvnetwork.com/ YouTube: https://bit.ly/3kAJZQz Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theabvnetwork Check us out at: abvnetwork.com. Join the revolution by adding #ABVNetworkCrew to your profile on social media.

This Might Get Uncomfortable
Spiral Upward And Destigmatize Depression With Sarah Zabel

This Might Get Uncomfortable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 62:16


The first step to effectively destigmatize depression is to understand it. Joining Whitney Lauritsen in this conversation to help us with this topic is Sarah Zabel. Sarah tells the story of how she took care of her body when she was experiencing SAD (seasonal affective disorder). She talks about the pros and cons of herbal remedies for and self-medicating depression and correcting deficiencies, as well as her thoughts on psychedelics and ketamine. Tune in and learn the answers to some of the most common questions about depression. What causes depression? Do antidepressants work? Can you control feeling SAD (seasonal affective disorder)? How does depression manifest in the body? How is depression related and stress, inflammation, circadian rhythms? How does depression cause disability? All these and more in this deeply informative episode! This episode is sponsored by Zencastr. Visit zencastr.com/pricing and enter promo code "wellevatrzen" to get 30% off your first three months.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the This Might Get Uncomfortable community today:wellevatr.comWellevatr FacebookWellevatr TwitterWellevatr Instagram

Headlines
11/19/22 – Shiur 395 – Life Before Divorce – How do we stop the upward trend of divorce in our communities?

Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 136:59


Does a wife have to take on her husband's Chumros? Should you be your spouse's Mashgiach? Is there a Mitzvah of כיבוד אב ואם when parents are meddling into the children's lives? If a Chosson or Kallah teacher taught incorrectly and it lead to divorce, are they obligated to pay for damages? Why are there so many divorces these days? with Rabbi Yisroel Knofler – Av Beis Din Badatz of Lakewood – 19:03 Why are there so many divorces these days? Are they all frivolous or necessary? Why are so many young people coming home so quickly? Are they immature, unwilling to put the work in? When is it time for therapy and when is it time to give up on therapy? Is therapy the problem or the solution? What is the solution? How can we stop this tidal wave? with Talli Rosenbaum – Individual and couple therapist and certified intimate therapist – 52:30 with Dr. Avi Muschel – A Clinical psychologist – 1:24:13 with Lisa Twerski – Author, International Lecturer on dating and marriage – 1:46:39  מראי מקומות  

Marketplace Morning Report
A glimmer of good inflation news leads to an upward surge on Wall Street

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 8:52


That surge is expected to continue into today. Arizona voters took a big step toward transparency in election financing. Also, we discuss what a U.S. government with divided power could economically mean for Democrats.

The tastytrade network
Research Specials LIVE - November 11, 2022 - Non-Event Following an Upward Crash

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:44


Anton from the tastytrade Research team goes live on YouTube to answer LIVE questions from tastytraders all over the world in real-time. Want your question answered live? Tune in every weekday at 12 central time to ask your question on air.

The tastytrade network
Research Specials LIVE - November 11, 2022 - Non-Event Following an Upward Crash

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 24:53


Anton from the tastytrade Research team goes live on YouTube to answer LIVE questions from tastytraders all over the world in real-time. Want your question answered live? Tune in every weekday at 12 central time to ask your question on air.

Marketplace All-in-One
A glimmer of good inflation news leads to an upward surge on Wall Street

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 8:52


That surge is expected to continue into today. Arizona voters took a big step toward transparency in election financing. Also, we discuss what a U.S. government with divided power could economically mean for Democrats.