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Ahead of the 3-day weekend, Norm thanks listeners for keeping him around through 9 weeks of the Norm Pattis Show. For all of you loyal LAL listeners, our gratitude knows no bounds. Thank you for setting out on this journey with us. Norm opens the show talking about his disappointment with the USA Today article naming the Top 50 Pizzerias in the United States—where is the New Haven representation?! Incredible. A local listener calls in to tell Norm about her favorite local spots and toppings, which sets off a tidal wave of pizza talk. Another listener calls in to share his favorite local pizza shop and toppings and then asks Norm to explain a legal perspective on the Cassidy Hutchinson congressional testimony that apparently conflicts with the position of the Secret Service. The main event for this episode is our guest, John Deaton, founder of Deaton Law Firm and Crypto-Law.us. Norm has John on talk about a letter that John wrote to a Senator just recently detailing the alleged Securities and Exchange Commission's unfair and abusive treatment of Ripple and holders of XRP. The key question, as we have addressed before, is whether digital assets like Etherium and XRP are considered securities for purposes of investment and regulation. John details how absurd the treatment of XRP is—could every holder of XRP in the world today be guilty of transacting unlawfully in unregistered securities? This is a serious question, given the SEC's public position against Ripple, its founders, and the token XRP itself. Are crypto/digital assets better regarded as commodities or securities? Norm and John discuss the concept of agency capture and what it means the in context of the SEC, its commissioners, former commissioners, and the entities for whom the SEC apparently has acted almost exclusively to protect. Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter.
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SUMMARY: A few months ago, I posted on social media and asked “What are your best tips for depression” and the response was incredible. Hundreds of people weighed in and shared their best tips for managing depression with OCD and other anxiety disorders. In This Episode: Hundreds of people with depression shared what skills they use to manage OCD and depression What skills can become compulsions How to manage day-to-day depression when you are feeling hopeless (OCD hopelessness) Links To Things I Talk About: Kimberley's Instagram Page https://www.instagram.com/youranxietytoolkit ERP School: https://www.cbtschool.com/erp-school-lp Episode Sponsor: This episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit is brought to you by CBTschool.com. CBTschool.com is a psychoeducation platform that provides courses and other online resources for people with anxiety, OCD, and Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors. Go to cbtschool.com to learn more. Spread the love! Everyone needs tools for anxiety... If you like Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, visit YOUR ANXIETY TOOLKIT PODCAST to subscribe free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like Your Anxiety Toolkit, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION This is Your Anxiety Toolkit Episode 291. Welcome back, everybody. So, I want to set the scene here because things are shifting. Things have shifted. So, I am right now sitting in my office, which is in Southern California, in the United States. But as this launches and goes live, I will be in Australia for the summer. I think I've talked to you guys about this in previous episodes, but my husband and I made a decision that the children and I will go to Australia to see our family for the entire summer. Oh my goodness, what a huge undertaking, but we're doing it and I am so excited. So, really, I've had to batch 10 episodes ahead of time. Now, what I've done is I've done my best to make these the best episodes I can batch for you, like the things that seem to be coming up the most for my clients, the questions my staff seem to be asking the most, and the things that everyone seem to be really, really liking and appreciating on social media. And so, in preparation for today, I was thinking about what's one of the most helpful, most enjoyed, and engaged posts on social media, because I do spend a lot of time over on Instagram. And by far, interestingly by far, my most popular post I have ever made in the whole history of me being on social media is tips on managing depression. What? I'm an OCD and an Anxiety Specialist, but yet my most popular post in the whole time I've been there is on managing depression. So, that's what we're talking about today. Now, in order for me to do 10 posts, 10 podcasts, excuse me, in order, I've had to manage my time down to the minute because right now we are leaving in 18-- no, what is it? Not 18 days. It's like 15 days. So, we're leaving in 15 days. I have all of this in addition to the work because I usually just do these here and there. I've had to manage my time, and what I have relied on the most is managing my time using what we call “calendaring.” I talk a lot about this on my online course. If you go to CBT School, we have a whole course on managing time. But the reason I also share that with you is as we talk about skills today, we're going to be talking about cognitive skills and behavioral skills. And if you have depression, I strongly encourage you to go and sign up for that course. It's not an expensive course. It's jam-packed with how to schedule your time so that you can lessen the heavy load that you're carrying or the time about the lists of things you have to do and get done. So, I do recommend you go check that out. Go to CBTSchool.com and I think it's /time management. Yes, it is. We're about to get into the show. First of all, let's do the “I did a hard thing.” This one is from Anonymous and it says: “I stopped driving and spending time with children because of OCD. But yesterday, I drove my little sister to school. I was scared, but I'm so proud of myself. Thank you, Kimberley.” This is so good. I can't tell you how many people when they're anxious, they stop driving. It's actually a really common question I get on social media. It actually surprised me at first in that how common it is. It's one of the first things people stop doing, is driving. So, Anonymous, amazing. You are just all for the correct courage and all for the bravery and I'm celebrating you right now. That is so, so amazing. Great, great job. And one more thing, let's do quickly a review of the week. This is from Robin. Robin says: “I'm not sure how to condense all of my happiness and thanks, but I'll try. Was recommended to listen to your podcast by my therapist (who is just superb and I'm grateful she exists) and I instantly fell in love with your genuine desire to help which seeps through the sound waves. I am hooked on the real-life stories that I can connect to my own experience and have gotten my sister hooked as well who struggles with anxiety as I do. Thank you for your tools and support!” Thank you, Robin, for that amazing review. Please do go over. And if you listen to the podcast, leave a review. It does help me help other people and more than ever, that is my biggest mission. Tips to Manage Depression (From Hundreds Who Have Been There) All right, let's do it. So, let me just give you a little bit deeper context here. So, what I did is I did a poll on social media. So, just to give you some context, I have around 75,000 followers on social media. So, I posted: “Please just give me your best tips for managing depression.” Hundreds of people wrote in and the reason-- I don't give you the numbers because I'm bragging. I want you to know this is not just from me. This is from hundreds of people who weighed in, who've been there, who've had depression and they shared little nuggets of what has helped them. And I want to-- in fact, we actually had to split this post into two because there was just so many submissions that we couldn't fit them all in one post. So, here we go. The number one tip for managing depression and these aren't in order, by the way, this is not the one that was most popular. This is just as we went through, these were the ones that seemed to be really coming up for the same a lot of people. The first one is-- this is going to be a fun one for you, is many people reported that having a dog or a cat or a pet helped them to feel like they had a purpose in the world, that they were there to take care of someone, and that that pet gave them an incredible amount of love. I loved this one. What was interesting, I'll give you feedback right away, is there was a little controversy and feedback around this. A lot of people were saying, “Please don't encourage people to get a pet just because they're depressed. Taking on a pet is a huge responsibility.” There was a little controversy, a little backlash, I would say, over that point. But I really do agree that those who do have a pet and can commit to taking on a pet have found that that's really helpful for their mental health. Most people said having a pet is the most mindful they are in the day when they're petting their pet, feeding their pet, cuddling with their pet, listening to their pet, and so forth. So, that I thought was an amazing, amazing tip or thing you could practice. Number two, probably again, one of the most important from a clinical perspective is exercise. Now, yes, I know, it's hard to exercise when you're depressed, but we do have a ton of research to show that exercise is in fact as effective as an SSRI. Not to say you shouldn't be on an SSRI. I actually am on all four meds. But exercise is an additional benefit. And so, I strongly encourage everyone to at least get out. It doesn't have to be strenuous, but around 25 minutes was what most people who have depression said, that was the ideal amount. If you get to that point, you actually get more benefit, which I thought was really cool. The next one is: Practice mindfulness. Now again, so helpful. If you have depression, usually, I'm going to guess, your mind tells you a lot of lies, a lot of horrible lies, a lot of absolute painful lies. And a big part of managing it is using what we call mindful-based cognitive therapy. And so, what we mean by that is, first, we are aware and we just observe thoughts as thoughts. We don't take thoughts as facts. And then the cognitive therapy side is once we identify that we've had a thought, we may actually stop to correct it. So, if your brain says, there's no point, you're a waste of space or the future is going to be nothing but terrible or my life is nothing but terrible – when it tells us these lies, we can actually stop and go, “Okay, now, number one, that's a thought and I'm going to observe that thought nonjudgmentally.” And then you can also go, “Okay, let's actually check the evidence for that depressive thought. Hmm, do I bring purpose into the world? Is the world going to be terrible?” and look for maybe some holes in this theory and start to be curious about whether that's in fact correct. It's so important. Mindfulness. I personally think these two, the exercise and the mindfulness, are key, are major keys to managing depression. The next one that was suggested by a lot of people was to talk to family and friends, even if they don't fully understand. And I loved that little caveat to go on. As much as depression makes you want to isolate and shut down, make sure that you are going and you're just connecting with them. You're talking with them, you're sharing what you're going through, even if they don't understand, because the truth is they won't. Even if they've been through what you've been through, they won't fully get it. They're not the ones getting fed the lies of depression like you are. Or if you're a family member, I want you to understand it's really not helpful to say to someone with depression, “I totally get what you're going through,” because the chances are you don't. But that doesn't mean that we can't relate on some level. That doesn't mean we can't connect and support each other. So, important. So, so important. This one was an interesting one. And I want to-- some of these surprised me, but lots of people reported that attending couples therapy, couples counseling, if you're in a relationship, was helpful for their depression. Now, I wonder if that is because maybe their relationship was a part of what's very difficult for them, but I can see the benefit in that. I don't talk about this very often, but I personally love couples counseling. I have no problem admitting that we've been to couples counseling before. It is thebomb.com. It is such a beautiful thing to do with your partner. Is it hard? Yes. Is it bumpy? Yes. But there's something really cool about knowing that you're showing up to the same place every week with the same goal, which is to strengthen your relationship. That in and of itself is just really, really cool. And a lot of people responded saying that that was really helpful for their depression, which I thought was really cool. Next one, you guys aren't going to be shocked by this, and I definitely wasn't, which was to practice self-compassion. You guys, depression is nasty. It tells you nasty. I'm doing everything I can not to swear here, but it's like BS. It tells you such nasty BS. And one of the best insurance policies against that, or one of the best defenders against that, or I should say offense, the offense against that is to practice compassion for yourself, to practice being kind and respectful and being tender to the suffering that you're experiencing. Because believe me, I do know, I've experienced depression throughout different parts of my life. It's horrible and it feels-- the only way I can explain it is you can't understand it when you're in depression because you're in depression. But once you're out of the depression, for me, it felt like someone had pulled this gray veil off my head that I didn't even know was there until I'd come out of a depression by going to a lot of therapy and so forth. And I was like, “Whoa, I had no idea everything was under a gray veil until the gray veil was lifted.” So, that compassion piece is really important because I didn't know the depression was there until the depression had lifted, if that makes any sense. And had I known it, I probably would've been much, much, much kinder to myself. Next point, I love this. It's very similar to what we talked about before, but it says, no matter how much you don't want to, get up and move your body. Now, I could have easily put this under the category of exercise. But a lot of the comments weren't-- this wasn't talking about exercise. It was saying, stand up and stretch was one of them. Just stand up and swing your body around, move it around, get into the flow, let the blood flow around your body. And they were saying that that is a shift in mentality. It's a shift in mindset. I know even today as I'm recording all these episodes, I'm going to need to practice this, because if I just stay here and I stare into this microphone and I'm looking at the screen, my brain is going to get a little distorted and strange. I'm going to have to go upstairs, shake it off, get a cup of tea, move around. And so, I love that they distinguish this separate from exercise. Next point, oh my gosh, this is gold right here. It says, do something you used to enjoy. Now, when we're depressed, often nothing feels enjoyable. Even food isn't enjoyable anymore, or company might not be enjoyable. The things you used to love, the vibe is gone. But what a lot of people were saying, and this is again from people who've had depression and managed it, is they were saying, whether or not you enjoy it now, continue to do the things you used to enjoy, but also spread out. This is one thing I didn't mention here, is a lot of people said, be curious about little things that you used to enjoy that you never really developed as a hobby. So, an example would be, I think somebody said something to the likes of like, I used to love hopscotch. Of course, they loved it when they were very, very little. So, as they got older, of course, they stopped playing hopscotch into their adulthood. But they were like, “I literally wrote down a list of everything I used to enjoy and I just did it, whether I've done it for 40 years or not.” So, little things. It doesn't have to be grand things. It doesn't have to be hobbies. It could be going, “I remember as a kid, I used to love boba or whatever.” Go and get some. Do the things you used to enjoy, even if they're teeny tiny. Another huge group of people said sunlight. Sunlight is a huge part of managing depression. Now, thank goodness for these, my community, because if I was putting together a podcast or managing depression, I would've completely forgotten about the people who have seasonal affective depression because I live in California and I wouldn't have thought of that. But so many of my followers are from all around the world and hundreds of people responded saying, you have to get sunlight. You have to get exposure, UV lights. There are all these really cool exposure lights that you can talk to your doctor about getting. So, thank you to everyone who wrote this in because I would've forgotten that. And for me too, what I will say is I work indoors a lot. I work at my desk a lot. Most of you know I am running two separate businesses at once. My private practice and CBT School. So, the days where I don't just-- even if it's go outside and sit in the sun while I have a cup of tea for 10 minutes, I do notice a shift in my mood. Again, don't do too much. We don't want you to get sunburn. We don't want you to have too many exposures to UV rays. But I do believe there's such a benefit for mental health. Okay, next one. This one is amazing. So, many people wrote some variation of this, but we pulled it into this one point, which is write a list of “I can” statements. Meaning, when you're depressed, depression will tell you can't. “You can't do that. You can't do this. What's the point of doing that? You can't. Don't do it. You won't do it. Don't do it.” And so, a lot of people were talking about writing a list of either your strengths or your characteristics or things that you can do. And I think that that is such an amazing shift – to write a list of I can's. I can work out. I can call my friend. I can get some sun today. I can go to therapy. I can play with my dog. It's very similar to the term “should.” That simple move of saying “I should exercise” to “I could exercise” like “I should be kinder to myself,” or you could say, “I could be kinder to myself,” those small shifts in sentences can make such a difference. So, I like either of those. Next one, appreciate the little things you do for yourself. You might start to see a trend here. When you're depressed, the big stuff feels really hard. So, you got to zoom in on the little stuff. And they were saying, appreciate the little things you do for yourself. So, an example might be, “It's really nice that you made yourself a cup of tea before you recorded these podcasts, Kimberley,” or “Wow, it was kind of you that you bathed today. Great job. Making sure you ate breakfast. Great job. Getting out of bed today.” Often with depression, we go, “Oh, that's stupid. Why would I celebrate getting out of bed? Everyone gets out of bed. I'm such a loser because I can't get out of bed.” I mean, that's the mindset of someone with depression. And so, we want to shift that away from such critical voices and going, “Good job you got out of bed. That's a big deal when you're depressed. Good job on brushing your teeth when you're depressed. That's a big deal. Good job on saying no to that thing you didn't want to do. That's a big deal.” Really, really important. I have three left. The third last one is, take your medication. Hundreds of people wrote this in and I just loved it. It filled me with joy because whether you choose to take medication or not is entirely your decision. But 10 years ago, I remember when I was-- 15 years ago when I was starting to do my internship, there was this article. I think it was like a USA Today article or something, and it was talking like, let's take the stigma out of medication. And so, great. We're starting to have those conversations. But to see now how the response was of like, “Just take your medication,” it just really made me feel joyful that maybe that means there's a little less stigma about it, and I really hope that I help you to take the stigma out. There's absolutely nothing wrong with taking medication. In fact, I'll tell you a quick story about myself, when I-- you'll probably remember I went through a period in 2019 and 2020 where I was very, very sick and I had severe depression alongside it. And I remember the doctor saying, “Okay, we'll prescribe you such and such for this condition and such and such. And we'll prescribe you an SSRI for your depression.” And he didn't really even ask if I was depressed, he just prescribed it. And I was like, “What? You didn't even ask me if I was depressed.” And he goes, “No, no. Most people who have POTS,” I have pots, “they get depressed.” And I was like, “Huh, that's interesting.” And I thought to myself, okay, I don't-- for a second, I thought, no, I don't really need it. But then I was like, “You know what? What a gift to give myself the help. If it's going to help, I'm going to do it. What a gift.” Not that I'm at all encouraging you to take medication, but I just want to share with you my experience. I could have seen it as like, “Oh, I'm so bad. That's weak and that's lazy and I should try without it.” But I was like, “You know what? I'm really not well. I'm going to take all the help. And if one form of the help is to take a pill, I'm going to take a pill.” I'm not going to tell myself a story that that's lazy. In fact, I'm going to say that's pretty badass, that I would accept the help. I'll get going. Sorry, I had to tell you that really important story from my perspective. All right. Two to go. Second last one: Surround yourself with people who help keep sight of what's important. This is important. If you're depressed and you're surrounded by people, whether it's physically or on social media, people who are very materialistic or they are striving towards things that actually make your depression worse, find different people. You want to find yourself around people who strive for similar things that are aligned with your recovery. I'll tell you again a different story. As a business person, I love business. I really do. I love being a therapist, but if I wasn't a therapist, I'd go to business school because I just love it. But I notice that if I'm hanging around with other people who are business-minded, it can get really icky and the messages can get really gross. And I can find myself falling into this trap of winning and wanting more. I was finding that I was starting to be hard on myself until I caught this and was like, “Whoa, I need to unfollow these people because this is not good for my mental health. I need to surround myself with people who have the same goals, like what's important as their goal.” And that was really, really monumental for me. So, do an inventory of your friends, your family, your social media, your colleagues, and try to only surround yourself with people who support your recovery. Last one is, when you're having this feeling, don't numb it out. I'm leaving this at the end. I probably should have put it at the front, but don't numb it out. It's okay. Sometimes you will need to turn your brain off and watch some TV. But if that's all you're doing to manage your depression, the chances are you're going to get more depressed. That's why I keep talking about scheduling and calendaring. Because often when we're depressed, we want to just stay in bed and numb the feeling out. Sleep all day, watch TV just to numb the depression. But that only makes it worse. And this is the behavioral piece of managing depression, which is one of the gold standard treatments for depression is what we call time blocking or activity scheduling so that you schedule your day. Nothing heavy, nothing crazy. But you do that so that in doing that, you actually reduce your depression because you feel accomplished and you don't feel like the day was a complete waste. Again, there's a balance. You don't want to overschedule, but you do want to engage in the day. You want to make sure that you've got things planned. So, don't numb. Try to activity schedule. If you need help with that, head over to CBTSchool/-- sorry, you'll go to products and then there'll be time management there, or CBTSchool/timemanagement. You can learn that in that course. It's a really pretty cheap course and it's pretty quick. It's like a two-hour course and I walk you through exactly how I do it. All right. So, that's it. There are tips for managing depression. There's like 12, maybe 15 of them. They're from hundreds of people who have been there. I just love this community so much. If you haven't followed me on social media, head over to Instagram under Your anxiety Toolkit, and I'll be there. Thank you. All right. Have a wonderful day. I will see you next week. Next week, we're talking about sensations and anxiety and panic. So, I'll see you there. Have a good one, everyone.
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DOUG FARRAR of USA Today - Thinks Tomlin is great and teams would line up to hire him if he were ever fired. Doug thinks Trubisky will fit w/ in what Matt Canada wants to do in this offense. Doug called Kenny Pickett "good Kirk Cousins." Doug thinks that Diontae Johnson is a good player, but not as good as some of the other guys that have been paid this offseason. Doug called Brian Flores one of the best defensive minds in the league. "Najee Harris does everything well, and nothing spectacularly."We name Chris Mueller child. Starkey Mueller? How about Starkey Seibol. JIM COLONY jumped on with us. Is this man really retired? We play an Albert Breer clip talking about the NFL's appeal process. EPIC ENDING
Thinks Tomlin is great and teams would line up to hire him if he were ever fired. Doug thinks Trubisky will fit w/ in what Matt Canada wants to do in this offense. Doug called Kenny Pickett "good Kirk Cousins." Doug thinks that Diontae Johnson is a good player, but not as good as some of the other guys that have been paid this offseason. Doug called Brian Flores one of the best defensive minds in the league. "Najee Harris does everything well, and nothing spectacularly."
Politico looks into how Chief Justice John Roberts lost control of the Supreme Court. NPR reports that disease experts are worried about the spread of monkeypox in the U.S., in part because testing is lacking. In Stat, an STD expert looks at what America needs to do to better handle such outbreaks. An unserved warrant related to the 1955 lynching of Emmett Till is reopening the case. USA Today has the story. The Guardian explains how the climate crisis is causing shortages of hot peppers, coffee, wine, and other things we love to eat and drink.
Today's guest is…Sheerah and Michael from NightCap!Sheerah and Michael took the NightCap to market and launched Nightcapit.com in December of 2019. In its early stages, NightCap won multiple awards including Florida State University's InNOLEvation Challenge, Tallahassee Startup Week's Annual Pitch Competition, FSU's Turkey Tank, and FSU's Jim Moran Micro Grant. NightCap also has been featured on the Fox Business Network, in USA Today, and among many other media outlets. In just two years Shirah and Michael have sold more than 250,000 units in over 30 countries and were featured on ABC's Shark Tank.Connect With NightCap:https://nightcapit.com/https://www.tiktok.com/@nightcapitConnect With Me On TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@socialtyproFree TikTok For Business Checklist - https://socialtypro.com/tiktok-checklist/Join Our Free TikTok Accountability Group! - https://hi.volley.app/land?tk=2ccFyJRTjwHaXQXFW6vWuh-tkBook An Hour TikTok Consultation - https://calendly.com/socialtypro/60minEmail Me Your Thoughts and Guest Recommendations:firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Gibson is a sought-after skincare expert and holistic health coach/esthetician. He is also the Best-Selling Author of the acclaimed book Acne Free In 3 Days (1 Million+ Copies Sold) and has a very successful YouTube channel - Chris Gibson Live! The YouTube channel (116K+ subscribers) is dedicated to providing expert information and product reviews on skincare and wellness topics for both skin issues and anti-aging. He was recently featured in USA Today on the topic "7 Freaky Chemicals In Your Skin Care Products and How to Avoid Them”. Chris has been popularly featured on CBS, ABC Family, Fox News, The Daily Buzz, and numerous lifestyle television and radio show across the country and in Canada. Join us as we explore:Why it was a long journey with acne that got Chris into the world of health and skincare If you can really cure stubborn, chronic acne in only 3 days!?!?How important the skin microbiome is for healthy skin and looking youngAn incredible masterclass on skin care products – what to look for, what to avoid, how much to spendWhy Chris is beating the drum about exfoliationIf a lack of red light is what is causing so much skin damage from the sun?Chris's big prediction about skincare! (I agree with him!!)Something I've never heard about – facial yoga!Contact:Website - https://chrisgibsonlive.com/meetchris/Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/CHRISGIBSONLIVEInstagram - @chrisgibsonfriends Mentions:Book – Acne Free in 3 Days: How I Cured My Acne Condition in 3 Days, https://www.amazon.com/Acne-Free-Days-Cured-Condition/dp/0976427206Video - 5 BEST Face Yoga Exercises For Anti Aging , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt_N-biHAjM Schedule a FREE 15 min discovery call with Steve and let's get started on your journey to thriving: https://bit.ly/3BcTsFwSUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON:As much as we love doing it, there are costs involved and any contribution will allow us to keep going and keep finding the best guests in the world to share their health expertise with you. I'd be grateful and feel so blessed by your support: https://www.patreon.com/MadeToThriveShowCONTACT Steve Stavs and join our community:https://www.facebook.com/MadeToThriveZA/ https://www.facebook.com/SteveStavsZA/https://www.instagram.com/stevestavsza/ Send me a WhatsApp to +27 64 871 0308.
About the guestChris Amendola is the Executive chef and owner at foraged. a hyper-seasonal eatery. Foraged is a new take on farm-to-table. each item on the menu is comprised of local and seasonal ingredients. the concept is true to chef chris amendola's ethos in the kitchen, one that is deeply rooted in the woods.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.This episode is brought to you by a partnership with Station North Art's DistrictVote for Station North! USA Today nominated the Station North Arts District as one of the nation's 10 best creative and cultural hubs. Join us in voting once a day through July 4th. Find the link to vote in the episode description. This week, are excited to announce the return of Station North Summer Art Walks the final Fridays in July ‘spotlight on Charles North', and August ‘spotlight on Greenmount West' and September. Step into the artist studios, galleries, pop-ups, and performance spaces that make Station North one of the 10 best Arts Districts in the country. July 29, August 26, and September 30. For more information, visit stationnorth.org. Station North Arts District is a proud program of the Central Baltimore Partnership.Mentioned in this episodeForaged EateryVote for Station NorthTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★
Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 255, an episode with the CEO and managing partner at Velocity Group, Edward Sullivan. Get Edward's book here: https://amzn.to/3HT2Hy4 In this episode, Edward discussed the best practices that leaders and companies do to address mental health issues and the real cause of the great resignation. He spoke about the gravity of work-life balance, care, and understanding as part of an employee retention strategy. For decades, we have avoided discussing the topic of mental health around the workplace. It was considered a weakness and could greatly derail one's career. We operated under the assumption of manifesting the “executive presence,” which covertly added up to pressure and stress on the employees. As companies have responded to the challenges brought by Covid in recent years, they are learning to consider mental health as a common issue in the workplace and taking employees' well-being in a serious manner. The great resignation caused a stir in how companies view and treat their employees. As Edward mentioned in this episode, “employees are not leaving in the great resignation because of company benefits, they are fleeing from toxic work cultures.” Edward Sullivan holds an MBA from the Wharton School and an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School. His 25-year career as an executive coach and political consultant has taken him around the globe coaching and advising start-up founders, Fortune 500 executives, and heads of state of foreign nations. His work has been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, Fast Company, USA Today, and Nasdaq, among others. Get Edward's book here: Leading with Heart: 5 Conversations That Unlock Creativity, Purpose, and Results, Edward Sullivan and John Baird: https://amzn.to/3HT2Hy4 Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
In this episode of the Top of Mind podcast, Mike Simonsen sits down with Jimmy Mackin, CEO of Curaytor, to talk about best practices for communicating with buyers and sellers right now, as the market is changing. Jimmy discusses why the principles of communication are more important than the tools and technology, shares what agents who have transcended their local markets have in common, offers specific ideas and techniques for more powerful communication, and more. About Jimmy Mackin Jimmy Mackin is the CEO of Curaytor, a full-service digital marketing company focused on helping listing agents get more listings. In seven years, Curaytor has grown to over $10 million in annual recurring revenue and has been featured in Forbes, Inc, The Huffington Post, USA Today, and American Express Open Forum. In 2019, Jimmy co-authored Exactly What to Say: For Real Estate Agents, a best-selling book designed to help real estate agents with the most common, critical, and difficult questions they face. Jimmy is also the Host of the hit podcast #WaterCooler. With over 115 episodes and 8.5 million minutes watched, the show is a go-to resource for anyone in the real estate industry looking to grow their business in today's digital landscape. Here's a glimpse of what you'll learn: Best practices for communicating with buyers and sellers right now Why the principles of communication are more important than the tools and technology What agents who have transcended their local markets have in common Why asking questions is better than giving answers in a changing market Specific ideas and techniques for more powerful communication Featuring Mike Simonsen, CEO of Altos Research A true data geek, Mike founded Altos Research in 2006 to bring data and insight on the U.S. housing market to those who need it most. The company now serves the largest Wall Street investment firms, banks, and tens of thousands of real estate professionals around the country. Mike's insights on the market have been featured in Forbes, New York Times, Bloomberg, Dallas Morning News, Seattle PI, and many other national media outlets. Resources mentioned in this episode: Jimmy Mackin on LinkedIn Jimmy Mackin on Instagram Jimmy Mackin on Twitter Curaytor Curaytor on Instagram Curaytor on Twitter #WaterCooler podcast Exactly What to Say: For Real Estate Agents by Jimmy Mackin, Phil M. Jones, and Chris Smith The Psychology of Money: Timeless lessons on wealth, greed, and happiness by Morgan Housel Mike Simonsen on LinkedIn Altos Research Follow us on Twitter for more data analysis and insights: https://twitter.com/altosresearch https://twitter.com/mikesimonsen See you next week!
Hour 2 - Steve says the Penn State Men's Basketball reseat will benefit the program in the long run, and USA Today's Neal Coolong says new Steelers LB Myles Jack could make the team the no. 1 defense from a talent standpoint if he plays to his potential.
In this episode, I am joined by USA Today bestselling romance author, Andie J. Christopher, author of the new romcom “Thank You, Next”. Her work has been featured in NPR, Cosmopolitan, The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, and The New York Post.Special thank you to this episode's sponsor, Probably Smut, the best one stop shop for romance book merch. Visit www.probablysmut.com, and use my code GETLIT10 for 10% off! Andie's not only the author of a handful of romance books including “Not The Girl You Marry”, and “Hot Under His Collar”, but she's also the creator of one of my fave character tropes ever… the STERN BRUNCH DADDY!! I had the absolute BEST time chatting with Andie about her background and how she got into writing, the genesis behind the epic Stern Brunch Daddy trope, her creative process, the themes of this book, and what she's working on next! ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ About Get Lit With Lianna: The Podcast Join Instagram book content creator @getlitwithlianna as she sits down with a different guest author to chat about their books, writing career, and everything in between! Of course each conversation will have a very *LC* touch - aka crying over book boyfriends, marvelling over swoony moments, and obviously a ton of pop culture references! Follow me! Instagram: www.instagram.com/getlitwithlianna Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/getlitwithlianna Email me: email@example.com
Need to know what's happening on the diamond, no better analyst to go to then USA Today's own Steve Gardner. He joins the showgram to talk on the weekend that was in the #MLB, including the brawl and suspensions between the #Angels and #Mariners over baseball's #unwrittenrules
Guest: Covering the two biggest sports in the US, but just focusing on the #NBA for us this morning, Jared Dubin jumps on with Tony & Ronn to talk on the latest with #KyrieIrving and the #Nets, plus a not too early look at #NBAFreeAgency Keeping an eye on the #Athletics as rumors of them leaving #Oakland for #LasVegas are heating up more and more Guest: Need to know what's happening on the diamond, no better analyst to go to then USA Today's own Steve Gardner. He joins the showgram to talk on the weekend that was in the #MLB, including the brawl and suspensions between the #Angels and #Mariners over baseball's #unwrittenrules
During the interview, Beverly talks about her time with Holiday Inn Worldwide and how it paved the way for her to grow into her role as a corporate executive, sharpening her skills for marketing, branding, communication, and leadership training and development. She talks about becoming an entrepreneur and small business owner with her husband, and then her stepping into the role of President of The National Civil Rights Museum, where she raised $43M during her tenure, which included the completion of an expansion of the Museum ($11M) and capital and endowment campaign ($32M). This capital campaign elevated the museum to world class status. She then talks about stepping into the role as President and CEO of The Greater Memphis Chamber, at a pivotal point in the organization, and how she immediately focused on alignment around creating a positive environment for business and community growth, economic development, and workforce development and readiness. She shares some of the important lessons learned from her experience with "From Protest to Progress" and advice for business leaders in embracing diversity and becoming more of a proactive force to power the GOOD. Beverly also talks about the importance of workforce readiness initiatives and supporting small businesses and entrepreneurs, and then wraps up with a lightning round of personal favorite spots, inspiring quotes and more. Visit www.memphischamber.com to learn more and connect with Beverly Robertson. NOTE: Beverly Robertson recently announced she will be transitioning her role as President and CEO of the Greater Memphis Chamber to Ted Townsend in December, so she can return to the business she started with her husband years ago. We recorded the interview about a month ago, and it's a perfect opportunity now to celebrate her efforts, so we hope you enjoy it and learn more about how she has made a resounding difference in and for our community! About Beverly Robertson: Named one of the USA TODAY's “Women of the Century” in 2020, Beverly Robertson is the president and chief executive officer of the Greater Memphis Chamber since 2019. At head of the lead economic development organization for the region, she has championed shared prosperity, secured a historic number of jobs and investments, and raised funds to put the Chamber in its best financial position ever. Before joining the Chamber, Robertson served as president of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis from 1997 to 2014. During her tenure, she led the museum in raising $43 million to fund a massive renovation that turned the museum and the attached Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, into an internationally known destination. She also built the museum's annual Freedom Awards into a nationally and internationally recognized ceremony, even personally persuading former president of South Africa Nelson Mandela to come to Memphis to receive the award. A graduate of the University of Memphis, Robertson started her career in education before spending 19 years at Holiday Inn Worldwide, becoming acting vice president of marketing communications. A graduate of the Wharton School of Business' Leadership and Management Certificate program at the University of Pennsylvania and has competed the prestigious Getty Museum Leadership Institute in Los Angeles, Robertson serves on several local and national boards. She and husband Howard also own and operate TrusT Marketing. Together, they have three adult children and are also grandparents.
THE THESIS: A Republican House and Senate will have the hook they need to investigate the organizations President Trump correctly called “enemies of the people”, a term that used to make me feel incredibly uneasy but, in light of their hoaxing on Russia, Covid, election integrity, J6, is perfect. The Mockingbirds took federal moneys to pimp injections, that made them into federal vendors. In all likelihood, the relationships are far deeper and the monetary ties even stronger (Big Pharma ads for the mRNA, afterall, came from tax dollars paid to produce that garbage). Since the feds do this to every other entity that takes federal moneys, the Republicans should subpoena the heads of CNN, MSNBC, FOX, NY Times, USA Today and the rest of them. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: Who Is the Father of Lies? From the beginning of creation, Satan has been the father of lies. With the lie in the garden of Eden, Satan led Eve and Adam to the fall of mankind. Lying is Satan's primary weapon against us all. He uses this tactic to confuse us, leave us hopeless, and twist God's Word. He wants us to doubt the goodness of God. THE NEWS & COMMENT: Is this really just ideology that makes the Mockingbird Media traipse along with one another, parroting the same words, lines and responses? Maybe. But, could there be another reason for that? Of course. If Republicans ever decide to care, they have ways to find out the true depth of corrupt coordination between government and the Mockingbirds. [AUDIO] - Media Meltdown Compilation: Roe Overturned, Journalist Hardest Hit CNN complains about the divide in what Americans believe about the Country, but she absolves CNN from helping to manufacture that divide. How partisanship is making polling Americans more complicated Of course, when you live in a bubble, you cannot see you live in it. [AUDIO] - Reporters Insist: We Don't Have Bias or Double Standards Jim Jordan does a good job asking questions of the woman who went off on a family vacation at the same time as she was screaming for the little people “stay home and stay ‘safe.'” [AUDIO] - “Doctor” Deborah Birx refuses to tell Jim Jordan if the government lied about the injections providing immunity (yes, they lied . . . how do I know? Because I read the SEC filings of the Pharma Cartels). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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We celebrate Pride Month and honor our LGBTQIA+ family across the world by showcasing a couple of wonderful voices from the big, broad, diverse global community who joined us on the podcast this month and shared unique stories of striving to live their truth in a world that misunderstood, typecast, and minimized them. Today, author Wade Rouse and story doula and public speaking coach Eduardo Placer each work in service of helping others, from all backgrounds and lived experiences, to live their own truth in the world, too.First, we're joined by former USA Today and Publishers Weekly best-selling author, Wade Rouse, who talks about his memoir, Magic Season: A Son's Story, which documents his life as a self-described "queer kid" growing up in a rural Ozarks community in the midwest in the 1970s. Wade not only stood out as different in a culture that defined gender roles in restrictive, unforgiving ways; his contentious relationship with his emotionally abusive father challenged him to pretend to be someone he wasn't. How did Wade find, protect, and become the truth of who he was, anyway?Then. professional speaking coach Eduardo Placer tells us about his favorite, self-revealing joke — that he is "afflicted" by something he calls "showtune-itis" — which compels him to break out into spontaneous show tunes and songs on stage in front of audiences, across the world. He tells us that his explosions of joy are self-loving antidotes and correctives to the deep shame that he has felt from insensitive, bigoted, and homophobic cultures, which have suppressed the joy, pride, and truth of many LGBTQIA+ persons for far, far too long.How Eduardo learned to hide the truth of who he knew himself to be by "performing" a different role before others as a childThe paralyzing questions that many LGBTQIA persons ask themselves when seeking safety and acceptance in a world that prefers them to be small or hiddenThis ‘Best Of' episode highlights excerpts from these two popular, recent episodes.To hear the full interviews, make sure you go back and listen to each author's interview in this podcast feed or by visiting TheNewStory.Is/Podcast.If you enjoyed this episode, please rate and review our show wherever you listen—it helps others find and enjoy our show.Support our authors, our show, and local/independent bookstores at our Bookshop.org Affiliate Bookstore Send us questions, comments, and concerns, or nominate a guest at TheNewStory.Is/Podcast Our theme song is by Coma Media Learn more about The New Story Company at TheNewStory.is Affiliate Disclosure: Our show is supported by listeners, including small commissions that we may earn through affiliate links. If you make a purchase after clicking an affiliate link, we may earn a small commission. This helps support the costs of our show's production and hosting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Supreme Court is ruling in favor of a Washington state high school football coach who prayed on the field. Ukrainian officials say more than a dozen people were killed in a Russian airstrike on a Ukrainian shopping mall. And Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson will soon learn what type of suspension he'll be facing. USA Today's John Fritze and Brent Schrotenboer join us. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jordan Ligons, host of the Spinsters podcast and freelance Basketball journalist, sits in the host's chair while Jason Concepcion takes a well deserved break from the grind now that the NBA season is over, and presides over a of couple of really important topics of conversation. Friday's Supreme Court decision was one of those moments in American history that sent echoes through all corners of society, and the sports world is no exception. The overturning of Roe v Wade represents an extremely dark moment in the fight for women's rights, and Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal joined Jordan to discuss athlete reaction to the decision. Then, as Title IX turns 50, Jordan discussed the realities and limitations of the laws with Rachel Axon of USA Today. Subscribe at http://youtube.com/takelineshow for exclusive video clips.
This is the second time I've seen each episode. Spoilers are ahead for not only the episode but the whole series. -One of the best shows ever made -Non Official Cover and the definition before an episode -John's interview -Kurtwood Smith -Jargon is poetry -John will do anything -No witnesses? -Opening song and montage -The soundtrack -Steven Conrad -What makes this show so great -Tom Tavner -John's songs -Conflict of interest? -Amsterdam -Michael Dorman -Coping with trauma -Series of errors -Michael Chernus -Cool Rick -Alice -Intro -Charles Grodin and self-destruction -Tom, John, and Ed Tavner dynamic -Tom's test (Eddie protecting John) -Father and son relationships -Efram -Giving John another mission -Mechanical bull -Amsterdam -Impotence -How the Tavner family gets along -Explaining the mission -Playing the guitar -2012 -Birdbath -Drug testing -Dennis -Making friends -Persuading Dennis -Finding purpose -Birdbath and the terrible blackmail -Birdbath's arc and the show taking its time -Edward's title and badge -Never from A to B -Parallel between the money, oil, and piping -The stress begins -Dennis and purpose -John fighting Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioners -Violence -Physical trauma -A song not on the soundtrack -Attache badge -Cool Rick's loyalty -Agathe -Misogyny -Money to the wrong guy -Back to fathers and sons -Introduction of Cool Rick -Politics and Efram -Stressors -John's face -End of episode Plugs! Twitter https://twitter.com/mmampodcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mmampodcast Apple Podcasts https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/music-movies-and-other-stuff/id1236495556?mt=2 Podbean https://mmam.podbean.com/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org -Get your news from credible sources (New York Times, BBC, NPR, USA Today, Washington Post, etc.) © MMAMPodcast 2022 All Rights Reserved
Hanging out in quarries is a Knoxville lifestyle, and the only problem is deciding between Mead's Quarry Lake at Ijams Nature Center and Augusta Quarry at Fort Dickerson Park. There's a lot to consider before choosing. Do you have kids? What's your fitness level? And, perhaps most notably, are you in the mood to party or relax? Brenna McDermott and Ryan Wilusz share their best tips for hitting the water while helping you pick the best quarry on this week's episode of "The Scruffy Stuff," presented by knoxnews.com.
USA Today ousts lib journo for saying pregnant people are women. Clay thanks the audience for condolences for his cousin Steve. Jan. 6 committee to drop surprise episode tomorrow. "If men were able to get pregnant..." deemed transphobic. Kamala Harris says Constitutional right has been taken away with Roe decision, Biden in 2006 said abortion wasn't health care. Stacey Abrams says abortion is a "medical decision." Democrats are extremists on abortion through the third trimester. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hoops Hype and USA Today Sports' Michael Scotto breaks down Buddy Boeheim and Cole Swider's chances with their new NBA teams with host Wes Cheng on The Juice on the Cuse podcast presented by SNY.tv. Editor in chief Brad Bierman then calls in to discuss which current Syracuse players could be first round NBA talent.
Join Jim and Greg as they’re thrilled to see a significant shift in suburban voters from the Democrats to the GOP. They also react in horror as USA Today opinion writer David Mastio not only reveals that he was forces out of a job for saying that only women could have babies but that the […]
David Mastio is a veteran journalist, long associated with USA Today. Until recently, he was deputy editorial-page editor. But then he came up against wokeness—and was eventually hounded out of the paper. He has landed on his feet, however, at StraightArrowNews.com. Dave Mastio’s story is a modern American story. He lays it out matter-of-factly. Listen to him. When USA Today lost him—they lost a... Source
David Mastio is a veteran journalist, long associated with USA Today. Until recently, he was deputy editorial-page editor. But then he came up against wokeness—and was eventually hounded out of the paper. He has landed on his feet, however, at StraightArrowNews.com. Dave Mastio's story is a modern American story. He lays it out matter-of-factly. Listen […]
Join Jim and Greg as they're thrilled to see a significant shift in suburban voters from the Democrats to the GOP. They also react in horror as USA Today opinion writer David Mastio not only reveals that he was forces out of a job for saying that only women could have babies but that the whole Gannett network is catering to a woke ideology that has no interest in a diversity of opinion. And they discuss the bipartisan yawning over Biden's call for a federal gas tax suspension and the hypocrisy of lawmakers like Washington Sen. Patty Murray, who hated the idea when a Republican was president but now supports it when Biden is in office and she's up for re-election.Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillowhttps://www.mypillow.com/martiniSave $90 during the MyPillow MySlipper Blowout Sale going on now!Presidential Election Projecthttps://presidentialelectionproject.comSign up for continued updates.
Susan Page, USA Today Washington bureau chief and the author of Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Lessons of Power (Twelve, 2021) talks about the political ramifications of the Supreme Court's earthquake of a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, and more national political news.
A CNN commentator laments that the repeal of Roe means it won't be as easy to kill people with mental disabilities, AOC and Maxine Waters take a break from investigating an insurrection to instigate one, and a new USA Today poll has great news for Republicans in the wake of the Supreme Court's ruling. Become a Daily Wire member to watch summer blockbuster “Terror on the Prairie”, the most talked about documentary in America “What Is A Woman”, and so much more. Use code KNOWLES for 25% off your new membership: https://utm.io/ueHMa — Today's Sponsors: Ring Alarm is an award-winning home security system with available professional monitoring when you subscribe. Learn more at www.Ring.com/KNOWLES. Stop funding woke corporate agendas. Switch to PureTalk instead. Save 50% off your first month at https://www.puretalkusa.com/landing/knowlespodcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I ask your questions to Elyse Resch, a nutrition therapist and founder of Intuitive Eating. She debunks the myth of food addiction, discusses intuitive eating and weight loss, shares her take on processed food and using food as medicine. Plus we discuss how body image ties into all of this. Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, CEDS-S, Fiaedp, FADA, FAND, is a nutrition therapist in private practice in Beverly Hills, California, with forty years of experience, specializing in eating disorders, Intuitive Eating, and Health at Every Size. She is the co-author of Intuitive Eating, now in its 4th edition, the Intuitive Eating Workbook, and The Intuitive Eating Card Deck—50 Bite-Sized Ways to Make Peace with Food. Elyse is also the author of The Intuitive Eating Workbook for Teens and The Intuitive Eating Journal—Your Guided Journey for Nourishing a Healthy Relationship with Food and a chapter contributor to The Handbook of Positive Body Image and Embodiment. She has published journal articles, print articles, and blog posts. Elyse does regular speaking engagements, podcasts, and extensive media interviews. Her work has been profiled on NPR, CNN, KABC, NBC, KTTV, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, AP Press, KFI Radio, USA Today, and the Huffington Post, among others. Elyse is nationally known for her work in helping patients break free from diet culture through the Intuitive Eating process. Her philosophy embraces the goal of reconnecting with one's internal wisdom about eating and developing body liberation, with the belief that all bodies deserve dignity and respect. She supervises and trains health professionals, is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist and Supervisor, a Fellow of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Click here for the first episode I did with Elyse elyseresch.com intuitiveeating.org Click here to see my collection of dresses. Click here to see my maternity friendly pieces. To hear more episodes, subscribe and head over to Impactfashionnyc.com/blog/podcast. Be Impactful is presented by Impact Fashion, your destination for all things size inclusive modest fashion
Maimah Karmo is the founder and CEO of The Tigerlily Foundation and a fifteen-year survivor of breast cancer. She's appeared in major media including USA Today, US News, Cosmopolitan, CBS, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and so much more. She's a sought-after speaker by the media and for policy events and a prominent philanthropist. Under her leadership, the Tigerlily Foundation has launched national and global health initiatives focused on ending disparities through the #inclusion pledge, participating with global stakeholders with a call to action to recognize health disparities as a social justice issue, and working to end disparities for Black women in our lifetime. She's a global health advocate dedicated to justice and equity for all. Maimah was born and raised in Liberia, West Africa until she was fifteen years old, and in that time she experienced three wars. Each time they escaped, and many times they returned—in large part because Maimah's parents believed in philanthropy and helping those who did not have the privilege to escape themselves. After escaping to America and starting a new life, Maimah worked to build up her own dream life. Just as it felt like it was starting to come to fruition, she found a lump in her breast. After fighting to get it examined—all of the doctors said she was too young to have breast cancer—she was finally diagnosed and treated for cancer. Women, people of color, and especially the intersection of those two are at a higher risk of being overlooked by the medical community. Most women are not taught to fight and to advocate for themselves the way Maimah was. That's why she feels responsible for advocating for those who cannot do so themselves. The Biggest Helping: Today's Most Important Takeaway “I live by a lot of quotes, and there's a quote by Dan Millman, it says ‘Love is a warrior's sword, everywhere it cuts, it gives life, not death.' And that's something that I think, if you're here, you're a spirit in this body, in this vessel, for this time. What you're here to do is to love yourself and honor and love life. And how do you do that? You honor your temple. Not just your body but your mind, your spirit. And when you're given much and you're able to breathe, then you have to give to others.” -- Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life. Resources: tigerlilyfoundation.org Instagram: @tigerlily_foundation Instagram: @maimahkarmo
James Altucher shares the secret to success Episode 635: The Secret of Success (It's Not What You Think) by James Altucher on Learning From Disappointment James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, entrepreneur, bestselling author, and podcaster. He has founded or cofounded more than 20 companies and says he failed at 17 of them. He has published 11 books, and is a regular contributor to The Financial Times, TechCrunch, and The Huffington Post. USA Today named his book Choose Yourself one of the 12 Best Business Books of All Time. The original post is located here: https://jamesaltucher.com/blog/secret-of-success/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What would your life look like if you only owned what you truly needed? Joshua Becker shares the life-changing moment that convinced him to live with less and focus on what matters most. In this episode, Cathy and Joshua discuss: Defining minimalism and common misconceptions around minimalism The difference between minimalism vs. decluttering Lightbulb moment that led Joshua to transition to minimalism Do's and don'ts for beginning a minimalist lifestyle Joshua's approach of decluttering your most lived-in space first then working towards the hardest space Advice for working through learned behaviors of your kids and family Why working with your spouse requires love, patience, grace, and humility What matters most to Joshua: faith, family and relationships, making a positive difference in the world Tips for those struggling to determine what's most important to them Memorable Quotes: “The method, the approach…I have found to be the most helpful for the most number of people to work through your home is easiest to hardest, starting with the most lived-in areas first.” “It's a little bit like building up a muscle…this decluttering muscle, and the stronger you get, the better you get at it.” “There are some things that are difficult to get rid of. And when people get to those—don't stop because it's getting difficult. I think when it's getting difficult is when we take a step back and start asking ourselves questions like, Why is this hard for me to get rid of?” “I think when we use that freed up time and space and energy to help others to make a positive difference in the world, that this is when we get to the end of our lives and we're most satisfied and we're most most fulfilled…people can pursue minimalism for whatever reason they want.” Joshua Becker and his young family were introduced to minimalism 12 years ago during a short conversation with their neighbor and he immediately became a pioneer of the Modern Minimalist Movement with his blog, Becoming Minimalist. Through his blog, Joshua's story and writing have inspired millions around the world to find more life by owning fewer possessions. Today, based on his thoughtful and intentional approach to minimalism, he is one of the leading voices in the modern simplicity movement reaching over 2 million readers every month. Joshua is the founder and editor of Becoming Minimalist, a website dedicated to intentional living that was named by SUCCESS Magazine as one of the top ten personal development websites. He is also the USA Today and WSJ best-selling author of 5 books: The Minimalist Home, The More of Less, Simplify, and Clutterfree with Kids. His new book, Things That Matter, will be released in April 2022. He is a contributor to Forbes Magazine and has appeared in the New York Times, USA Today, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Reader's Digest, the Drew Barrymore Show and countless other media outlets—speaking live on 6 different continents and for Fortune 100 countries around the US including Google, Airbnb, and SalesForce. He is also the Founder of The Hope Effect, a nonprofit organization changing how the world cares for orphans. Currently, he lives in Peoria, AZ with his wife and two teenage children. Mentioned In This Episode: Becoming Minimalist - https://www.becomingminimalist.com/ Book: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/676394/things-that-matter-by-joshua-becker/ Book Tour: https://www.becomingminimalist.com/tour/ Links to resources: Health Coach Group Website https://www.thehealthcoachgroup.com/
Great businesses need to GROW—and your business is no exception. But in today's economy, it's easy to feel frustrated and discouraged. You need to increase your revenue, but you're just not sure how. My guest, Darrell Amy, loves helping companies build what he calls a “revenue growth engine” so your business can create a profitable future. In today's episode, he reveals his top strategies to scale your business and create a marketing and sales plan that actually works so you can meet your revenue goals this year. Your business shouldn't just survive. It should thrive and grow—and this episode is the perfect roadmap to get there. If you liked this episode, give this one a listen too: Marc Randoplh—Turn Everyday Problems Into Extraordinary Profits Get Darrell's new book here for FREE: https://www.revenuegrowthengine.net/book Order your copy of the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling book Good Money Revolution here: https://amzn.to/34hSonE For daily tips to help you make and save money, follow us on Instagram @derricktkinney Here's the Libsyn promo code for you to receive up to 2 months of free podcasting service. It's what we use for the Good Money podcast. https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=MONEY
The Non-Prophets, Episode 21.26 airing Sunday, June 26, 2022 featuring Cynthia McDonald, Kenneth Leonard, Teo el Ateo and Malty!This week we have a power house panel. Leading off we have Cynthia McDonald. That means a Step in the Right Direction cannot be far behind! She is joined by friend and the Talkiest of Heathens Kenneth Leonard. Everyone's favorite cartoon Teo el Ateo, and the facts man himself, Malty! Let's get into the show.First up, or is it fists up![insert ASCII fist here] *it looked better on facebook...We talk about Juneteenth. What it is, why it is important, and how it started. Would you believe there is a Texas connection to our latest federal day off? Makes it sad that due to bad policy decisions 15 states are not able to even teach about it!Up next, what happens if you get a Catholic school that wants to put up a BLM or Pride flag? Well you get the Catholic Church saying you cannot be a Catholic school anymore. The Bishop says seem me after class and then gave a Massachusetts school detention. Maybe it was all that note passing with that cute progressive ideas. Talk about two steps forward and one giant leap behind!Now, what if I told you faith can lead you to being pro-abortion? Sounds crazy right? Well in our next segment a rabbi explains why their faith leads them to the idea that abortion is ok. This might seem like a stretch for many, but it dose show that one person's faith can lead to a different conclusion compared to another person's faith. Let's hope those ideas take off.Lastly, we Step in the Right Direction. How low can it go? Public belief in a god is limboing further and further. We are now at the lowest point in the history of the United States. Yay! We're doing it! Belief is still very dangerously high, but comeon! Can we have just a little good news in the sea of sh*t?That will do it for this week. Keep it right here for the next next article dump and maybe more ASCII art! (shakes head vigorously)Segment 1: Juneteenth is Sunday. What's the significance behind the federal holiday?USA TODAY, By Chelsey Cox, June 15th 2022 http://tiny.cc/juneteenthhoidayWhat Is Juneteenth?Juneteenth commemorates the effective end of slavery in the United States.ELIZABETH NIX UPDATED:JUN 17, 2022 ORIGINAL:JUN 19, 2015http://tiny.cc/whatisjuneteenthHow to properly celebrate Juneteenth in the age of commercializationJune 20, 2022 5:03 AM ETHeard on Morning Edition By Destinee Adamshttp://tiny.cc/howtojuneteenthSegment 2: Massachusetts school can no longer be called Catholic after flying Black Lives Matter and pride flags, bishop says CBS News JUNE 16, 2022http://tiny.cc/cathschoolnomoreSegment 3: My Religion Makes Me Pro-abortionThe Atlantic, By Danya Ruttenberg, June 14th 2022 http://tiny.cc/proaborttheistSegment 4: Public's belief in God drops to historic low: Poll MSN, By Luke Gentile, June 17th 2022 http://tiny.cc/lowbeliefingodGallup: Only 81% of Americans believe in God, an all-time lowOnly Sky, by HEMANT MEHTA, June 17th 2022 http://tiny.cc/81andfallingDon't like ads? Consider becoming a patron for commercial-free episodes: http://tiny.cc/patreonnp We welcome your comments on the thread for this show. ► http://tiny.cc/fbnp► Contact us with questions or news stories at: email@example.com
Chris Schembra is the bestselling author of "Gratitude and Pasta: The Secret Sauce for Human Connection". Forbes ranks his book as the #2 book of 2020 to create Human Connection, USA Today calls him their "Gratitude Guru".He is the Founder of the 7:47 Gratitude Experience — an evidence-based framework used to strengthen client and team relationships in profound ways. But above all, Chris is someone I'm proud to call a friend and I'm honoured to have an entire chapter dedicated to his mind and work in Personal Socrates.Make sure to check out his latest book! >>> Gratitude Through Hard Times — Finding Positive Benefits Through Our Darkest Hours_____Get your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life Connect with Marc >>> Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what's resonating with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props
Title IX, the federal law that bars educational institutions from discriminating on the basis of sex turned 50 this week. But some top college sports programs are skirting the spirit, if not the letter, of the law. Ali Rogin speaks with USA Today reporter Rachel Axon who investigated how schools miscount female athletes. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders