...in which we reflect on why it's important, now more than ever, to do the work of building community bonds and having spaces to be vulnerable af. Also, what's the proper protocol for having crushed a thing, and why don't we celebrate our wins more? If you're like, FUCK YAH I WANNA WORK WITH YOU, KRISTEN, book a tiny call and we'll talk about how that might work! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
To get a taste of the discussions that were happening at the 2022 Food Safety Summit, we spoke face-to-face with Hal King, Managing Partner at Active Food Safety and John Zimmerman, Vice President of Quality Assurance and Food Safety at First Watch Restaurants; Mark Moorman, Director of the Office of Food Safety at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (FDA's CFSAN); Steve Mandernach, Executive Director of the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO); John Spink, Director of the Food Fraud Prevention Think Tank and Lead Instructor at the Food Fraud Prevention Academy; and Mitzi Baum, CEO of Stop Foodborne Illness. In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak with the following individuals about: Hal King and John Zimmerman [25:37]: The top risk factors that cause most foodborne illness outbreaks, and how a comprehensive food safety management system (FSMS) can help address those risk factors The importance of being proactive instead of reactive when it comes to food safety, and how a FSMS helps businesses take action The key steps to developing and executing a quality FSMS in a retail foodservice business, as well as how to sustain and update a FSMS despite turnover The importance of training and good standard operating procedures (SOPs) in a FSMS, as well as monitoring for continuous improvement. Mark Moorman [32:09]: How CFSAN helps execute FDA's New Era of Smarter Food Safety by focusing on two of the New Era's four core pillars: foodborne illness outbreak response and the retail sector The importance of leaders “taking a step back” to talk to and learn from others in the food safety community Why FDA's and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) improved ability to detect and trace foodborne illness outbreaks will lead to an increase of recorded data on such outbreaks The need for food production companies to cooperate and communicate with regulators during food safety incidents The urgency of using technology to improve traceability and “connect the dots” to rapidly remove unsafe foods from the market FDA's emphasis on engaging with industry and building partnerships. Steve Mandernach [50:54]: The action steps needed to improve and modernize food product recalls at all levels The public health and business costs of fighting regulators during a food safety incident investigation Key ways to modernize the inspection process, such as with remote audits, and the possible benefits of doing so How in-person collaboration expedites progress within the food safety community. John Spink [59:55]: The interrelationships of cybersecurity, supply chain management, and food safety How to prepare for and navigate supply chain disruptions by revisiting the fundamentals of supply chain management from the role of the supply chain manager How massive changes, as precipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, lead to supply chain vulnerabilities, and how proactive thinking can prevent food fraud during vulnerable times The level of food crime over time and changes in the way fraudulent activities are carried out. Mitzi Baum [1:05:42]: Why modernizing recalls is essential in protecting consumers, and the need for it to be a collaborative effort Stop Foodborne Illness' multi-stakeholder working group, The Alliance to Stop Foodborne Illness, and the work being done to improve the U.S. recall system Stop Foodborne Illness' approach to managing regulatory partnerships by stressing that “we are all in this together” The power of sharing effective messaging with industry, consumers, and regulators Stop Foodborne Illness' and FDA's joint webinar series on food safety culture. News and Resources: 2022 Food Safety Summit Opens with Riveting Mock Civil Trial [8:23] FSS 2022: Urgency, Communication Needed to Improve the Future of Recalls [13:58] AFDO Whitepaper FSS 2022: Regulators Highlight Policy, Technology Advances at Town Hall [15:06] FSS 2022: Keynote: Commitment and Collaboration in Food Safety Culture [16:16] FSS 2022: Improving Communication between Industry and Regulators [18:21] FSS 2022: Building a Blueprint for Tech-Enabled Traceability [19:01] Sponsored by: Infor We Want to Hear from You! Please send us your questions and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Trauma in our lives has lasting effects both in terms of our mental and physical wellbeing. Trauma, and its running partner, shame, affect our metabolism, our immune function, and even our gene expression. Further, trauma accelerates multiple markers of aging. On the podcast today, I have the opportunity to spend time with Paul Conti, MD, author of the new book, Trauma, the Invisible Epidemic, with a foreword by Lady Gaga. It's a powerful look behind the curtain at the role of trauma in our lives, and fortunately, it provides helpful tools, for all of us, to deal with its lingering effects. The book explores trauma both through the lens of Dr. Conti as a professional as well as what has transpired in his own life that led him to explore the importance of this issue. I am certain this program will offer benefit and hope to many. ==== TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 3:10 Getting to the Root Causes 15:20 Passing on Trauma to Others 27:30 Empowerment & Agency 32:30 the Limbic System 36:20 Trauma in the World Today 42:09 Urgency to Heal 48:56 Conclusion ==== Paul Conti, MD, is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his psychiatry training at Stanford and at Harvard, where he was appointed chief resident. He then served on the medical faculty at Harvard before moving to Portland, Oregon, and founding a clinic. Dr. Conti serves patients and clients throughout the United States and internationally, including the executive leadership of large corporations. He is the author of Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic: How Trauma Works and How We Can Heal From It (Sounds True, October 5, 2021) and lives in Portland, OR with his wife and two children. For more, see pacificpremiergroup.com. https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-paul-m-conti-845074216/ ___________________________ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidperlmutter/ Website: https://www.drperlmutter.com/ Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDRl_UAXxbHyOOjklnA0dxQ/?sub_confirmation=1 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Toronto Star Columnist Dave Feschuk joins Julia and Al's Brother to talk about the lack of ‘urgency' from the Leafs' front office, if the clock is ticking on the ‘Shanaplan' and why the Leafs should try to find the next Jack Campbell this offseason.
The AFL-CIO and Metro Washington Labor Council, which are supporting the Assembly and March, are urging the local labor movement to turn out in support; click here now to RSVP. Today's labor quote: Naomi Klein. Today's labor history: Atlanta transit workers strike. @wpfwdc #1u #unions #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO @UniteThePoor Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
White supremacist violence has now become the norm in America. Dr. Christina Greer joins. Support Woke AF Daily at Patreon.com/WokeAF to see the full video edition of today's show, and over 100 more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Growing up in Glasgow Scotland with a gym teacher for a father taught Ross McGarvey a few things about work ethic. Hustle, attitude and drive were part of his life and he's teaching his young sons the power of being in the moment. Driving them to get outside, play and learn by failing, and dealing with life's challenges in a new way has lead them to a strong culture that influences his children to daily exclaim that today is the BEST DAY EVER! Ross is a joy to learn from and will be a perennial favorite to listen to and share with your friends and family. Ross is the owner of several successful businesses including Avant8, a leader in social media, SEO, design, digital marketing, PR and business development. Ross was named one of Utah Business Magazine's 40 Under 40 as one of Utah's best and brightest.
Jesus gives the readers of today's passage definite signs to be on the lookout for during the Great Tribulation. These details are meant to warn believers to prepare for unthinkable temptations. Only Jesus has the power to reveal the actions you must take today in order to prepare for the future and eternity. Sermon Notes @ http://bible.com/events/48891864
Spring cleaning had me feeling a mental urgency at ALL THE THINGS I needed to get cleaned in my home. I am sharing how I am approaching that overwhelm. Also sharing how organization and inventory of your stuff can save you money and reduce clutter (starting with the freezer!) Products recommended here may include referral links to Amazon. If you click through and buy something I may earn a commission, at no cost to you. The main points covered in this episode My cleaning goals for last weekend and how I was derailed by spring cleaning mental drama My spring cleaning list and closet jenga Operating from a sense of urgency and how it can lead to shame/resent Paying attention to our thoughts and which thoughts we will 'hop on and run off with' Cleaning out the freezer The hidden costs of stockpiling and having all of the options on hand, scarcity minset How to do a food inventory (and save money on groceries!) Organizing things in a way that makes them accessible and visible Doing an inventory of things to prevent you from doubling up by buying more because you don't realize you have it at home All the fun links you might like 61. How we introduced chores to our kids (Saturday Morning Chores) 60. Doing Chores You Want to Avoid (how I life coached myself to do the dishes) @GOCLEANCO on Instagram A quick video about thought trains by Russ Harris 154. What to do now that you are motivated (simplify getting started) 15 Practical Tips for Moms to GET STUFF DONE 78. Small things that can change your whole life (the compound effect) A post I shared on IG, four years go, about using the notes app to do storage inventory Bitters, I like this peach one by Dillons, the next one I want to try is the Alcohol-Free digestive bitters by Flora FULL TRANSCRIPT (unedited) Welcome to the simple purpose podcast. Around here, we talk about ways that you can simplify your home, your heaart your life. So you can show up right now in whatever season you're in and show up for it on purpose with intention about what you want, and how you want to act and what you want more of and what you want less of. Today, I want to talk about some recent decluttering and cleaning that I was doing the other weekend. And some realizations I came to while I was doing it. And I share this stuff not because I think it's something you've never heard, or maybe don't even know because often, I think I share things that we do know deep down inside, but I share it because it's a good reminder, it was a good reminder to me and so I want to share it with here here with you. And maybe you will find something from it. So Spring is here, spring is here in Canada. And I don't know about you, but I've noticed as my kids are getting older, and we're like in this family home, that wshen spring comes along, I kind of lose my blinders. I've got blinders on either side of my head, of all of the areas of my home that have built up with grime and clutter over the winter months. And I started also thinking that maybe spring cleaning was invented by Canadian parents who had paid very little attention to their homes for the hockey season. And now they're just faced with realities of unmapped floors and chaotic mushrooms. So Saturday is our joy morning here. It's a routine that we have so that rooms are just getting picked up for the most part on a regular basis. I'm going to link an episode where I talk about Saturday morning chores, how we started our kids doing it and also an episode about me, life coaching myself to doing the dishes. It's a very underrated episode. So I think it's worth sharing. So I was rolling into the Saturday and I felt this freedom that you have when you don't have any plans, no hockey, no plans, I put on my sneakers, I put on a good playlist and I was ready to get some cleaning done. The other weekend I intended to break up them up and also help at least one kid dredge under ...
The Miami Heat take a 3-2 lead over the 76ers - why the series will still go 7 games 5 Big Questions: Angels, Yankees, NHL playoffs, and Keyvon Thibodeaux College Football Quick Hitch: Pick 4 teams to make the CFP EXCLUDING the SEC Cone tells the PGA Tour to GET OFF HIS LAWN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Don't let a fake sense of urgency make you do something you don't really want to do! Here's how to recognize it. When you can recognize the foolishness, you won't get fooled by it! Send me any questions, comments or even the fallacies you're seeing around you! email@example.com Or, tag me on Instagram: @filteritthroughabraincell Sign up for notifications: www.filteritthroughabraincell.com
With a neverending news cycle churning out information, it can be easy to feel like you have to react immediately. We feel the urgency of needing to say something, do something, to fix the problem we're now aware of. So often, the issues you're reacting to existed long before you acknowledged them. And the fix can't be immediate. Erica discusses reacting with urgency to the events of the day, how it leads to burnout, and how it can pull you away from your values. In this discussion: How discomfort and urgency are related How urgency undermines addressing root causes with long-term solutions Why being consistent in your values and your actions in support of them mean doing less damage control when things do go wrong Ready to dive deeper? How are your values playing out through your actions? Where do you want more clarity, alignment, and understanding as you navigate choices, from who you hire to where you shop? Being clear on this means you can chart a course that prioritizes your values and the impact they can create. Leading through your values means being explicit about what you support and how your actions are aligned with that. If you want support as you consider and clarify what matters to you and why, join the Implicit to Explicit Masterclass. Learn more at pauseontheplay.com/explicit.
Each of us experience times when we feel disinclined to take action or do a good deed. We put it off until tomorrow or the next day. But what happens when a few days or weeks go by? Kabbalah teaches that this kind of laziness can lead to complacency, which separates us from the Light. In this motivating episode, Monica and Michael discuss how to cultivate alacrity, do more good in the world, and invite more blessings into our lives.“If you have an idea of something positive you can do, do it as quickly as possible. If you are doing something positive, do it faster, and finish it as quickly as you can.” – Michael Berg
Rahul Gandhi was in the news this week - again - this time because he was spotted in a Pub in Nepal. The Opposition had a field day - claiming that Rahul was there with the Chinese Ambassador. While none of that was true - what is sadly true is that Rahul continues to be the gift for the Govt and instead of counterbalancing the Govt - he's helping with the rise of an authoritarian government. Here's 14 reasons why Rahul is Modi's best and biggest weapon to stay in power. The Congress IT cell can bring in the fireworks now! *********************************
Introduction: The Call to Arms: Your Battle Brief (Jude 1:1-4) You will be Secure . (Jude 1:1b) You will be Equipped . (Jude 1:2) You must understand the Urgency . (Jude 1:3) You must understand the Enemy . (Jude 1:4) Titus 2:11-12 - For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people, training us to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright, and godly lives in the present age... Matthew 7:15-16 - Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will recognize them by their fruits. Sermon Notes (PDF): BLANKHint: Highlight blanks above for answers! Small Group DiscussionRead Jude 1:1-4What was your big take-away from this passage / message?Why do we have an “appeal to contend for the faith” (Jude 1:3)? What exactly does that mean?What are specific ways we can contend for the faith? Why do you think this is difficult for some people?What do you think motivates false teachers to “creep in unnoticed” into churches (Jude 1:4)?Why doesn't Jude just tell us what the wrong teaching is so we can avoid it? Why does he instead describe the characteristics of the false teachers themselves?BreakoutPray for one another.
How does climate change affect health? What are some successful approaches from public health's past that we can use to tackle this challenge today? And most importantly: how can we all work together to combat this growing crisis? In this episode of Contagious Conversations, Dr. Judy Monroe, president and CEO of the CDC Foundation, discusses these questions and more. For full episode transcription, visit Contagious Conversations. Key Takeaways: [1:56] Dr. Monroe shares how climate change is impacting health right now. [3:00] Dr. Monroe explains the ways climate change is impacting global health. [5:31] How can we all work to combat this crisis? [7:06] Dr. Monroe explains the urgency around having a national conversation about health and climate change. [8:43] Dr. Monroe discusses the successful approaches from the past that we should consider to protect public health today. [9:48] Has the COVID-19 pandemic served as a catalyst to understand the importance of public health? [11:49] Which populations are most vulnerable to climate change and why? [13:06] Dr. Monroe talks about the role that partnerships play in bringing the message of health to the forefront of the climate change conversation. [13:42] Dr. Monroe explains what the CDC Foundation is doing to advance this issue. [17:11] Dr. Monroe speaks about the biggest challenges ahead with tackling this issue. [17:53] How will the question of health equity inform the overall message of health as a cornerstone of climate change action? [18:32] Dr. Monroe shares her thoughts about the future of public health. Mentioned in This Episode: CDC Foundation: Climate Change and Health
In the words of my guest, Wes Boshoff, "For far too long we have given our destinations and our decisions and largely, our lives to others. During the course of our lives, we are both passengers and pilots." So what then drives the decision to make the transition from one to the other?Listen to this impactful podcast for inspiration to be in command of the controls of your life with God as your Pilot. Wes overflows with gems for life-change, redirection and he talks about how to view crises in your life as events. We all go through them. Not everyone has a sure landing. This conversation aligns with my book content, Turn It Around. It is possible to turn around, find a new flight path and reach new altitudes.Enjoy a few of Wes' life quotes...Purpose is not safe, but living without it is dangerous.Today might not be "a win", but it is an audition for tomorrow's success.It may be a shot in the dark, but that is the best way to see fireworks.Give energy to courage, give focus to attention, and give yourself to your purpose.Urgency over accuracy can end up taking longer.We can live under rules, or we can rise to standards.WES BOSHOFFImagine ThinkingLeadership | Strategy | Culture | Coachingwes@imaginethinking.co.zahttp://wes.imaginethinking.co.za+27 82 850 2950
For Wednesday May 4th, 2022 the Mornings With MAC topic is Controlled Urgency. It's a theory/thought process mentioned in a book I am reading called Getting Things Done by Edwin Bliss. I expand on how beneficial it is and how to go about practicing it. "Keep chasing those millions!" M.A.C. IIITM est. 2019 Check out our website and follow us on social media! Website: www.Mission2amillion.com Instagram: @mission2amill Twitter: @mission2amill LinkedIn: Mission 2 A Million Podcast
Today's episode of the AEC Leadership Today podcast features Deb Knupp, managing director at GrowthPlay. Our topic is mental health and wellness in the workplace through the lens of what's being called the “shadow pandemic” and what leaders can do to better navigate their teams and organizations through this crisis. The post Episode 084: The Urgency of the “Shadow Pandemic” appeared first on ActionsProve, LLC.
On this episode of CODEPINK radio to mark World Press Freedom Day, join us for a conversation with journalist Julian Assange's wife Stella and his brother Gabriel who explain the urgency of his case and why it's critical to the future of press freedom.
Devin is another co-founder and the current Chief Executive Officer of Kennected - an Indy-based SaaS company with over 16,000 users. He is a serial entrepreneur, an inspiring leader, and an adept marketer. In this episode we dig into how flipping shoes started a passion of entrepreneurship, and the urgency of success to help his sister get cancer treatment meant he had to succeed- now. As the CEO of Kennected, Devin directs the daily workflow and is responsible for the overall success of over 100 employees. His leadership led to Kennected being a recipient of the coveted Mira award - for technological innovation. His vision is to build a world where people value relationships even more than money; where people feel inspired to help their fellow business professionals each and every day. This vision has directly led to Kennected being voted a “Top Place to Work” in Indianapolis. Devin's employees see him as an inspirational and empathetic thought leader who always maintains both a positive work environment and a culture of hard work, thoughtfulness, and understanding. He always leads by example - bringing out the absolute best in others. Devin Johnson's Why Video LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/leadflow/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/devinallenjohnson/
Maria and Julio are joined by Tanya Ballard Brown, executive editor at Government Executive, and Vann Newkirk II, senior editor at The Atlantic and host of the podcast Floodlines. They reflect on 30 years since the police officers who brutally beat Rodney King were acquitted and the uprisings in Los Angeles that followed. They also get into the Biden administration's potential plans for student loan forgiveness, and the latest on voting rights in the lead-up to the midterms. ITT Staff Picks: “The 1992 riots were in many ways a product of segregation. The sense of disorder they caused only accelerated white flight,” writes Héctor Tobar in The New York Times Magazine. In this thread on Twitter, journalist Michael Harriot expands on the pay, wealth and education disparities between Black and white Americans, and its connection to student loans. For The Atlantic, Van Newkirk II interviewed Crystal Mason, a Black woman who was convicted to five years in prison for attempting to vote in 2016 and unknowingly violated a Texas voting law. Photo credit: AP Photo/Evan Vucci
Three guests join me as we talk about the importance and urgency of discipling our kids. This conversation takes place from the perspective of the church and parents! Don't miss it. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/mark-july/you-and-your-smile
Welcome back to Father Knows Something! Real People. Real Stories. Real Dad advice with a dash of ADHD, and maybe a few millennials chiming in from time to time when they need to add their takes. This episode features write-ins that mostly have to do with urgent issues, dilemmas, or life events that should be addressed as soon as possible. Be sure to join us on Instgram and YouTube to share the additional advice you would give these fellow listeners. Follow up on Instagram @ Father Knows Something Submit your write-in! https://forms.gle/aSMAnkrLf8TJ35BAA Video version available on YouTube: youtube.com/fatherknowssomething !! Be sure to subscribe and tell us what you would give for advice!!
An Auckland councillor says it's ludicrous councils cannot stop new homes being built on private land that will flood in next two decades due to rising sea levels. Richard Hills is chair of the Auckland Council's environment and climate change committee.
In this ramble episode, the girls talk about men's lack of urgency and their universal love language...Drugstore shopping sprees. Plus, the crew all agree that they don't get instructions. Like, they do. not. compute. They also talk about what makes the perfect realty dating show. Get 10% off your first month at https://www.betterhelp.com/getit Get 20% off your first order plus free shipping at https://www.coterie.com/idgi Get 10% off your first order, sitewide, with code: GETIT at https://oseamalibu.com Get 15% off your first order at https://thrivecausemetics.com/getit More podcasts at WAVE:
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the fourth hour by discussing the Red Sox win over the Blue Jays last night and Xander Bogaerts sitting in the series finale. (9:31) We dive into some more NFL Draft talk and whether the Red Sox could deal Xander Bogaerts if they fall out of it. (19:52) The crew goes back and forth on the future of our “Do You Care?” segment. (30:41) Today's Takeaways.
Devon Givens and Keith Pompey discuss why the Philadelphia 76ers must start Game 6 with more energy and a sense of urgency against the Toronto Raptors. The duo agrees the Sixers must get more stops. And the discuss Doc Rivers' comments are James Harden needing to be more aggressive. Subscribe to the Locked On Sixers Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dear scribblers + speakers, But is it really urgent? There's a fierce urgency of now that has groomed + conditioned many of us to run off frantic fuel. But there is an unlearning liberation from this exploitive, debilitating fallacy that awaits us, personally + collectively. There is a softer, more shalom-making place to land as we pause in a meditation that opens us up to breathe + rest in holy curiosity about our patterns + path. Mohawkmomma Soul Podcast is brought to you by Mohawkmomma Soul Care Boutique, created + curated by Andrea "Angie" Palmer. You can also Subscribe by RSS. Journaling Prompt: Notepad PDF Meditative Reminder Visual: On the blog Connect + Discover More: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Youtube: Mohawkmomma Studio LinkedIn: Andrea Angie Palmer How to support my work? 1. SIGNUP for Mohawkmomma Studio Forum—a soul care social media platform. 2. Join my Patreon Parishioners to support the podcast (and beyond) monthly. Wanna go deeper? Register for the FREE Soul Care Narrative Online Course created by Andrea "Angie" Palmer. 3. Give one time (or more) to my pastoral mission via PayPal or Cash app - $AndreaBeloved 4. Shop stunning soul care stationery. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mohawkmomma/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mohawkmomma/support
The BHAG or Big Hairy Audacious Goals approach to vision or roadmaps is often recommended. The objective is to keep from limiting ourselves. The problem is that too much of a good thing can turn into a mental block or analysis paralysis. Too many options or too many tasks to complete is often overwhelming. The Big Hairy Audacious Goals Anti-Pattern Defined This anti-pattern occurs when the focus is on the overall goals or scope rather than what is in front of you. There is a difference between seeing a goal and being able to complete it today. While people generally see that difference, it is not always made clear. That can lead to a sort of "are we there yet, are we there yet?" drumbeat. Urgency has its uses. However, there are times when it gets in the way. This anti-pattern is just one example. The problem is that we spend time planning out some grand strategy or reviewing all that needs to be done instead of actual work. We end up concerned more about all we have to do instead of doing it. Avoiding The Anti-Pattern I often think the Alcoholics Anonymous approach of "one day at a time" is more of a life suggestion. It also has a biblical root in the idea of each day has enough worry for itself. Do not worry about tomorrow. To be clear, that is not an admonition to only focus on the step in front of you. However, there are times when we are looking too far ahead and stumble over something right in front of us. This anti-pattern is best avoided by good estimations and communication. We keep our focus short-term or tactical through most of the project. That allows us to make steady progress and not get worried about how long the journey may be. For example, a tightrope walker needs only worry about the stem they are taking instead of how many more steps they need to cross the gap. Our approach can be the same. An attempt at embracing the whole project or scope can be daunting and install fear or stress. We can avoid that and stay positive by taking smaller steps. Challenges The start of a project, in particular, can lead us to look at the overall plan. All of those tasks and steps leave opportunities for missteps and mistakes. All of that summed up risk is often worrisome and leads to mitigation strategies. Too much focus on mitigation can leave us struggling to take the first step. Furthermore, how much of that worry about risk will end up being useful? If we take a proper step then worry about the misstep was somewhat misplaced. As always, everything in moderation.
A sense of urgency can be good in some situations, but operating a business in constant hustle mode isn't healthy. In this episode, Emily of Being Boss talks with Erica Courdae about releasing the belief that everything is urgent. They share insightful tips on handling conflict, why it's okay to be wrong sometimes, and how to respond instead of react as a brand or business owner. Get full shownotes for this episode here >>—Listen to more Being Boss shows on our website, on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Follow Being Boss on Instagram: @beingbossclubJoin the Being Boss Community: beingboss.club/community
Recently, Coach Carrie learned all about the term “ghosting” and she realized that, while we all equate ghosting to dating or friendships gone wrong… the most dangerous ghosting of all is the one that so MANY of us are doing to our OWN bodies!Whether you have been a serial dieter or not, there are TONS of signs that your body is sending you every single day about your health and longevity. But are you actually listening to those signs, or are you ghosting yourself by ignoring that communication?This week Coach Carrie has some serious truth to lay down. You are going to want to grab a pen and paper, because she is going to ask you to evaluate your own health with a number of checklists! It is time for you to really take a look at yourself and to truly listen to your body so that you can start making changes to rewrite YOUR story. Carrie is URGENT for you, and wants you to start getting URGENT for yourself so that you can make those changes NOW that will serve you for all of your tomorrows. In this episode, she discusses…How we DIET our Way to DiseaseDr Mark Hyman's Risk Assessment ChecklistToxicity in your SystemSigns of Toxicity in your BodySigns of Food AddictionIf you answered YES to any of those checklist questions, do not wait to book a call with one of our coaches so we can talk to you and help you figure out how you can turn your nutrition and your health around TODAY! It is time to listen to your body, come to its aide, and act with some URGENCY! https://training.disruptivenutrition.com/booknow?el=msg Learn more about making good nutrition a sustainable lifestyle by heading over to Facebook to interact with Carrie and her team! We answer questions, share timely and relevant information, and even share our grocery store finds! You can find us by going to www.facebook.com/groups/dietdisruptors! Be sure to subscribe to this podcast to learn more as Carrie and her coaches continue to disrupt everything you THOUGHT you knew about nutrition!Sponsor: 4 Weeks 2 Wellness: www.4w2w.com
It's time for another Brian Lewis masterclass on Talking Manhattan! Join us as we talk markets, sentiment, urgency, price cuts, renovations, and more. As usual, it's worth a listen - especially if you're got a price you need to cut or a listing that needs a gut! 2:09 - “The slingshot market that catapulted us back, may be done” 3:38 - Inventory build + talking truth with optimistic sellers 5:19 - Buyer & seller sentiment is starting to change 9:21 - Price action - “I feel like we are back in the 2019 vibe” 11:06 - How to build “urgency” for listings 12:42 - Price reduction conversations, Positioning & Pricing Hurdles 15:37 - Renovations - Show the success path 19:06 - Deal fatigue and the importance of communication Brian's page at Compass: https://www.compass.com/agents/brian-lewis/ Check out UrbanDigs! Charts | Comps | CMAs | Infographics | Market Commentary | and More! https://www.urbandigs.com/ Link to our overview of Manhattan or Brooklyn real estate stats: https://www.urbandigs.com/marketwide-charts/ For more Manhattan and Brooklyn real estate conversations: http://www.talkingmanhattan.com/ Sign up to get these delivered to your inbox each week: https://tinyurl.com/TalkingManhattan
Clients report urgency/frequency and are most often treated with medication and pelvic floor PT. When only a regional approach to the pelvic floor over-recruitment is considered, many of the underlying drivers can be missed. Consider the client on this podcast and join us as we explore how multiple drivers can influence the hypersensitivity of the bladder. Taking into consideration the possibility of a knee driver and a visceral driver (constipation) can only explain one part of the system change. What about other possibilities that can be discovered and explored in the movement exam. (Hint: Lifestyle/work pattern dominance and consequences).
On this week's episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon sits down with pro-life activist Bethany Janzen to discuss her new global initiative to foster a pro-life culture in communities and schools in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Click here to learn more about Pro-Life Global. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brethren, this Short Talk Bulletin Podcast episode was written and is brought to us by MW Bro Russ Charvonia, PGM – CA. In our modern landscape of continual distractions and pressure to indulge our lower selves, here we find the steady influence of Freemasonry to be of particular urgency, and MW Charvonia has hit it […]
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(Common Ground Meditation Center)
(Common Ground Meditation Center)
Ten people were hit by gunfire and another thirteen injured after a man set off smoke grenades and fired a handgun in a crowded Brooklyn subway train yesterday. In The Daily Article for April 13, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison considers this news story and many others while also discussing "Silent Wednesday," the day during Easter week in which the Bible records no activities by Jesus. Citing John Mark Comer's book The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry, Dr. Denison also asks if Christians should follow Jesus' example to lead a quiet life. Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe