================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA MENORES 2022“UN RAYITO DE LUZ PARA CADA DÍA”Narrado por: Linda RumrrillDesde: Gran Canaria, EspañaUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 18 DE SEPTIEMBRE ¿CHITA O ANTÍLOPE AMERICANO?"LOS MUCHACHOS SE FATIGAN Y SE CANSAN, LOS JÓVENES FLAQUEAN Y CAEN; PERO LOS QUE ESPERAN A JEHOVÁ TENDRÁN NUEVAS FUERZAS, LEVANTARÁN ALAS COMO LAS ÁGUILAS, CORRERÁN Y NO SE CANSARÁN, CAMINARÁN Y NO SE FATIGARÁN" (ISAÍAS 40:30, 31) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ), RVR 95).Desde siempre, los seres humanos hemos estado fascinados por establecer registros. Si tienes dudas, mira las olimpíadas o cualquier otra competencia. Correr, nadar, ¡lo que sea! Todo nos gusta hacerlo rápido.Correr en particular es algo que nos encanta, ¿verdad? Aunque ha habido muchos grandes logros en velocidad, el premio para los seres humanos se lo lleva Usain Bolt. ¡Ha corrido a la velocidad de 37 kilómetros por hora! Posiblemente a ti también te gustaría correr rápido. Si te pregunto: “¿Te gustaría correr como un guepardo o chita?”, casi puedo escucharte gritando: “¡Sí!” Después de todo, el guepardo puede alcanzar, en solo unos pasos, la velocidad de 104 kilómetros por hora. ¡Un récord increíble!Sin embargo, hay otro animal que tiene un logro aún más importante. El antílope americano puede llegar a la velocidad de 98 kilómetros por hora. ¿Cuál es el logro, entonces, si eso no es tan rápido como el guepardo? El antílope puede estabilizarse corriendo a altas velocidades por unos 40 kilómetros, más o menos, en tanto el guepardo se cansa fácilmente y solo resiste un kilómetro a tan alta velocidad.Hay personas que me hacen acordar a un guepardo. Comienzan un proyecto con energía y, realmente, parece que dejan atrás a todo el mundo a su paso. En ese momento están motivados, con ganas de hacer las cosas bien, entusiasmados. Sin embargo, se cansan fácilmente. Al poco tiempo, sus grandes proyectos, decisiones, ideas quedan atrás, y parecen guepardos exhaustos. Otras personas, en cambio, se parecen más al antílope. No empiezan quizá tan rápido como el guepardo, pero persisten. Cuando los “guepardos” se cansan, los “antílopes” siguen adelante, corriendo, perseverando. Resisten y resisten.¿Qué cualidad prefiere: ser más rápido al comienzo o resistir por más tiempo? Si tus padres y profesores te describieran, ¿dirían que eres más un guepardo o un antílope? De nada sirve cuánto rápido haya hecho parte del trabajo si no lo concluye. De nada sirve una idea genial que nunca se realizó. Dios necesita personas dispuestas a comenzar con ganas, pero, más importante aún, a perseverar en terminar el trabajo y llegar al final de la carrera.cinthia
(1) Michel Verschueren is overleden. (2) Het Ontbreekwoord. (3) Een simpele scan vertelt u of u meer op Remco Evenepoel dan op Usain Bolt lijkt. (4) Ursula Von der Leyen houdt haar State of the Union. Middagjournaal van Jovanka Steele
Rory Sutherland is a British advertising executive who became fascinated with behavioral science. Between his TED talks, books and articles, he has become one of the field's greatest proponents. Rory is currently the Executive Creative Director of OgilvyOne, after gigs as vice-chairman of Ogilvy Group UK and co-founder of the Behavioural Sciences Practice, part of the Ogilvy & Mather group of companies. He is the author of The Spectator's The Wiki Man column and his most recent book, which we highly recommend, is Alchemy: The Dark Art and Curious Science of Creating Magic in Brands, Business, and Life. Our discussion with Rory was original published in January 2020, but Rory's evergreen insights continue to be popular with our listeners so we decided to republish this episode. You can also listen to Rory discuss his latest book Transport for Humans: Are We Nearly There Yet? alongside his co-writer Pete Dyson, in episode 290. We start this discussion with Rory by asking him about his book and some of his insights from it. His approach to advertising, marketing and product design is informed by his ability to look for the things that aren't there. He once described a solution to improving customer satisfaction on the Chunnel Train between London and Paris by suggesting that a billion dollars would be better spent on supermodel hosts in the cars than on reducing ride time by 15 minutes. He's a terrifically insightful thinker. Our conversation ran amok down all sorts of rabbit holes, as expected, including ergodicity, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's “The Silver Blaze,” high-end audio and the dietary habits of the world-famous runner, Usain Bolt. In Kurt and Tim's Grooving Session, we discuss some of our favorite takeaways from Rory's conversation including, “The Opposite of a Good Idea is a Good Idea” and others. And finally, Kurt teed up the Bonus Track with a final reflection and recap of the key points we discussed. As always, we would be grateful if you would write us a quick review. It helps us get noticed by other folks who are interested in podcasts about behavioral science. It will only take 27 seconds. Thank you, and we appreciate your help. © 2022 Behavioral Grooves Links Rory Sutherland: https://ogilvy.co.uk/people/rorys “Alchemy: The Dark Art and Curious Science of Creating Magic in Brands, Business, and Life”: https://amzn.to/3xbibt3 “Transport for Humans: Are We Nearly There Yet?”: https://amzn.to/3cZPyIy Episode 290, Transport Your Thinking; Why We Need To Reframe Travel | Rory Sutherland & Pete Dyson: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/transport-rory-sutherland-pete-dyson/ “Friction”: https://www.rogerdooley.com/books/friction/ Murray Gell-Mann, PhD: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murray_Gell-Mann Robin Williams “Scottish Golf”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jx8TzR1-n4Q Don Draper: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Draper Ergodicity: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ergodicity John James Cowperthwaite: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_James_Cowperthwaite SatNav: https://www.macmillandictionary.com/us/dictionary/american/satnav Daniel Kahneman, PhD: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Kahneman What You See is All There Is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thinking,_Fast_and_Slow Arthur Conan-Doyle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Conan_Doyle Sherlock Holmes “Silver Blaze”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Adventure_of_Silver_Blaze Tim Houlihan's Blog on “Silver Blaze”: https://tinyurl.com/ufumkj6 Ben Franklin T-Test: https://tinyurl.com/wocdsdk Volkswagen Fighter: https://tinyurl.com/qpyqh87 David Ogilvy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Ogilvy_(businessman) Jock Elliot: https://www.theguardian.com/news/2005/dec/01/guardianobituaries.media Battle of Leyte Gulf: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Leyte_Gulf Croft Audio: http://www.croftacoustics.co.uk/main.html Mu-So single speaker: https://www.naimaudio.com/mu-so WFMT Chicago: https://www.wfmt.com/ TK Maxx: https://www.tkmaxx.com/uk/en/ Berlin Hotel with Big Lebowski: https://www.michelbergerhotel.com/en/ Shure: https://www.shure.com/en-US/products/microphones?lpf[top][types]=microphones Zoom: https://zoom.us/ Satisficing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satisficing Usain Bolt: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usain_Bolt Sheena Iyengar, PhD: https://www.sheenaiyengar.com/ Jelly Jar Study: https://tinyurl.com/oo6g6eb Big Band Music: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_band Musical Links Aretha Franklin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aretha_Franklin Southern California Community Choir: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_California_Community_Choir Abba: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ABBA Felix Mendelssohn: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Mendelssohn George Frideric Handel: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Frideric_Handel Johann Sebastian Bach: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Sebastian_Bach Johann Christian Bach: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Christian_Bach
How do popcorn kernels pop? How do salmon know where to return to spawn? How do rabbits change colors? Why does television fry your brain? How do zippers zip stuff? Who was the fastest runner in the world? In this episode, we'll tackle all of these questions! Download our learning guides: PDF | Google Slide | Transcript Inside the husk is a tiny little droplet of water surrounded by something called the endosperm. The endosperm is what you're actually eating when you eat popcorn. When you heat up popcorn, the tiny droplet of water gets hot and turns into steam. That steam pushes through the endosperm and turns it kind of soft and that endosperm builds up pressure and explodes through the husk. When it explodes, that soft gelatinous endosperm hits cooler air and it hardens up in whatever shape it has exploded into. So that's why popcorn has all those funny shapes and feels kind of like foam. Salmon are born in freshwater, but then spend their lives in saltwater. They return to the freshwater to spawn (lay and fertilize eggs) and die. Some salmon return to any body of freshwater to spawn, but some salmon have special ways of finding their way back to the place they were born. They use a kind of internal compass to head back to the spot. Other fish rely on their sense of smell to find their way back to fresh water. Animals that turn white in winter use the length of day as their cue to stop producing pigment in their fur. Their bodies can sense the hours of daylight, and when the daylight starts getting shorter, their hormones will tell the cells to stop producing melatonin. Hormones tell the cells what to do to shut off the production of pigment in the fall and to turn it on again in the spring. It's not because the days and the nights get colder or warmer. The fastest runner in the world is Usain Bolt. He's the fastest man who's ever been timed. He's a Jamaican sprinter, and he holds the world record for both the 100 and the 200 meter sprints. He has nine gold medals at the Olympics and 11 world championships. His record for the 100 meter sprint is 9.58 seconds. That is super fast. That's more than 23 miles an hour. Want to pop your own popcorn from kernels? Find a big pan with a tight-lid. Pour two tablespoons of cooking oil in the pan. Then add a half a cup of popping corn. Cover the pan and turn the heat to high. In a few minutes the popcorn will start to pop. Turn off the heat. Open the lid when the popcorn stops popping. Enjoy! How a zipper works Sounds Wild
Question: Do parenting & society's use of problematic philosophy & bad theology prevent personal growth & perpetuate resentment/estrangement in kids as they grow up to be adults? Today's episode is quite powerful, ethnographic and esoteric, entitled “I could've been a Usain Bolt or like a Serena Williams but….” The episode features my twin brother Ricardo Mckenzie and Co-Producer/host Donte Nelson and of course Renaldo McKenzie, Your host. We went deep looking at issues of success as it is affected by ineffective parenting and society; raising and exploring the question: how poverty/parenting/society's institutions use of problematic philosophy and bad theology prevent personal growth and perpetuate estrangement and resentment in children as they grow up. Further, we considered the fact that we were twins but different in our own way and that life is about strategy but that many persons are devoid of that knowledge. We came to the conclusion that we should let kids find their own path; driving home the point that just as teaching must facilitate the uniqueness of students in the learning process, parenting must also account for that uniqueness within the growing process of every child and parents must understand and parent with that mindset. Moreover, we explored the issue of risk-taking saying that risk-taking is not one of some people's traits (certain communities or families traits) and examined how that maybe a consequence of poverty and the cyclical histories people find themselves and poor education and limited opportunities and connections or lack in society in Jamaica and our peoples and we will touch on that one as we talk about bad theology by exposing this particular text of biblical pericope “train up a child in the way that they should go so that when they order should not depart” but the interpretation of the scripture amongst many many many evangelical Christians Caribbean people the family is “train up a child the way that you want them to grow,” and but parenting must adjust their skills to facilitate the child's uniqueness so as to allow the child to become successful in his or her own growth and development. We repeated this several times indicating that parents keep down their children's growth because of bad theology and kids walk away with resentment. We also lift up the fact that there are is also the situation where there's just one parent and the children have to grow up struggling to survive missing out on their childhood and ultimately their dreams. In deed, the discussions on this episode was powerful and quite insightful as we delve into so issues of human value and ethics from an interdisciplinary lenses; lifting up matters to deal with parenting, sports, race, economics, life and learning and how society impedes dreams and perpetuate resentment. But the strongest take aways and points from our discussions is this point that: our parents thwarted our athletic prowess and dreams and 2. That post-colonialism provided new freedoms that was met with dogmas and rules and the the bureaucratic phenomenon. The topics we raised while contending for these and other matters were: Coco Gaugh, Serena and Venus Williams Mbape, Margaret Court, Billi Jean King, Chris Evert, Navratilova, Steffi Graph and the issue of Race, difference of expectations and how media is changing this. Undoubtedly, you can't afford to miss this episode, it's compact, ethnographic and esoteric! Subscribe for free at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal and donate to us at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support. Visit us at https://renaldocmckenzie.com or https://theneoliberal.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support
The Piracy Log with Attorney Steve® - Wrap up of the latest piracy and copyright legal news! Topics discussed: Business Software Alliance appears to be back with audit casesCalifornia new Cyberflashing law has BIG penaltiesDish-Nagrastar on the movie with piracy cases9th Circuit Braking News - extenstion on right to recovery copyright infringement damagesCounterfeit product commercial highlights counterfeitting concernsMariah Carey - All I want for Christmas is you lawsuitTriller being sued by Paramount for breach of contractTrademark news - Usain Bolt logo trademark for celebration pose If you need an IP lawyer, go for the best! You can find us on the web at VondranLegal.com
This week, we're presenting an episode of The Big Switch, a narrative show from Columbia University about how to decarbonize the economy. Steel goes into pretty much everything around us – from buildings and bridges to the furniture in our homes. And decarbonizing the steel industry is essential because we need steel to decarbonize the world. Think about it. Solar panels, electric vehicles, even our power grid; steel goes into everything we need to fight climate change. But there's a problem. Steel manufacturing uses a lot of fossil fuels. It's responsible for 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. In this episode, Dr. Melissa Lott breaks down the race to green, zero-carbon steel. It's a competition among four key technologies: recycling, carbon capture and storage (CCS), electrolysis, and — everyone's current favorite — hydrogen. Or, as we call it in this episode, the Usain Bolt of technology. The Carbon Copy is a co-production of Post Script Media and Canary Media. The Carbon Copy is supported by GridX. GridX provides invaluable business insight that improves the uptake of the programs, products and services needed to decarbonize. Delivering on our clean energy future is complex. GridX exists to simplify the journey. Learn more. The Carbon Copy is brought to you by KORE Power. KORE Power is the leading U.S.-based developer of battery cell technology for the clean energy industry. KORE Power is proud to offer a functional solution to real-world problems and fulfill market demand to deliver a zero-carbon future. Learn more at www.korepower.com.
Baseball-MLB: HI = LLWS Champs. Harper is back! Cruz hits hardest ball ever. Mantle card breaks records. Mays #24 retired at Mets. Astros top AL.Basketball-NBA: Bryant wins lawsuit.Football-NCAAF: Week 0 results. Starting QBs. Heisman Odds. Saban's extension. Hooters signs OL. Week 1 is here! Games run Thurs-Mon. Football-NFL: Preseason is over. Robinson shot in robbery.Golf: Rory wins 3rd FedEx Cup. TGL - the new LIV? PGA Tour improvements. LIV defectors.Olympic Sports: KEN cyclist dies in Vermont. Duke volleyball player faces racial slurs during game. Usain Bolt's pose TM. Chopra wins Diamond League meet.Tennis: US Open begins today! Serena's last GS. Nadal goes for 23. Djokovic out.
Building upon his winning legacy and personality, Olympic sprinter, Usain Bolt, has secured several trademarks for use with athletic gear, clothing, accessories, and other products. These trademarks include his name, the stylized initials “UB,” and Bolt's signature celebratory pose. The marks are protected for use across a broad selection of products, including sunglasses, sports bags, running shoes, sporting goods, games, hats, and more. The logo mark, along with the name and initial mark, protect Bolt's ability to apply his identifying marks to lifestyle items as well as the athletic gear with which he is most closely associated.
London Marathon Milestone 4: Food – Taper - Motivation Introduction: In this FOURTH episode of our London Marathon Milestone series, we discuss the foods and fluids to INCLUDE and the ones to consider REMOVING from the diet from now until after race day to support health and strength for the BIG day! We also emphasise the importance of a STRICT and CONSISTENT taper in the weeks leading up to the London Marathon. This is an area of training that is often neglected by runners; however it has been shown to support overall running performance. This episode concludes with some motivational quotes from well-known athletes including: Mo Farah, Usain Bolt, and Scott Jurek to help maintain motivation as the BIG event draws near! SHOW NOTES (03:34) Focusing on foods to consume in the diet from now until race day. Considerations include: Healthy, nutritious and balanced everyday dietary foods and nutrient choices Choosing only foods that DO NOT cause digestive issues Choosing snacks for training that are natural and easy to carry Including complex carbohydrate foods at each meal (10:42) Focusing on fluids to avoid in the diet from now until race day. Considerations include: Removing alcohol from the diet for at least two weeks before the event Alcohol is known to negatively impact running performance in several ways Consider Kombucha as an alternative to alcohol Caffeine MAY affect performance in some runners Figure out if you are a fast or slow metaboliser of caffeine (26:50) Outlining the definition of TAPERING before moving on to explore its importance in training and different recognised approaches to the Taper. Highlights include: An outline of the various approaches to the Taper i.e. the frequency, volume and intensity of training during this period Nutritional approaches during the Taper period e.g. carbohydrate intake, anti-inflammatory foods (40:03) Some inspiring and motivational quotes to help maintain everyone's MOJO spoken by famous athletes including: “The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start.” – John Bingham “Don't dream of winning…train for it” – Mo Farah “When you run the marathon, you run against the distance, not against the other runners and not against the time.” – Haile Gebrselassie “Don't think about the start of the race, think about the ending.” – Usain Bolt “The reward of running—of anything—lies within us.” ― Scott (54:13) KEY TAKEAWAYS Now is the time to ensure your diet is free of any foods that cause digestive irritation and try not to introduce any new foods at this time and up until after the marathon We would recommend you omit alcohol from your routine until after the marathon as it may lead to both physical and psychological effects that could have a detrimental effect on your running performance Remember that with caffeine; some people may be RESPONDERS (fast metabolisers)…therefore can use it to their advantage in training and events…others may be NON-RESPONDERS,(slow metabolisers) therefore it could be detrimental to their running performance. Which one are YOU?? Tapering is an important part of your training and that carefully controlled tapering could lead to significant performance benefits for athletes including runners During the taper it is thought that runners may be at increased risk of illness and injury so it is a time to focus on supporting your immune system nutritionally. Some nutrients to consider include: Vitamin D, polyphenols, Antioxidants and Beta-Glucans Finally….remember that positive affirmations are thought to help reshape our self-identity and our beliefs about what we can and cannot do. And when we change our beliefs, our actions follow. So, choosing 2-3 of the inspirational quotes we read out today and reading them daily may help keep you mentally and physically strong and motivated up until and during race day. RELATED TOPICS...
There is so much we could tell you about Peter Caruth - who has justifiably earned his reputation as a bit of a legend in the world of Irish hockey. There's the silverware he's won at club level, as well as the bronze he took with the Irish national side at the 2015 Eurohockey Nations Championship – plus the small matter of the Rio Olympics in 2016, and the fact he's amassed more than 140 caps for Ireland. Or we could tell you about that moment, exactly two months ago in June, where he told the world about the fact he's gay – and became the first Ireland men's hockey international to ever come out. But honestly, we'd rather you just listened to this episode, which might be one of the best we've ever done. Because if this podcast is just meant to be a chat, then that's exactly what this one with Peter is – a wide-ranging conversation that will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you literally hold your breath. It's something that weaves between the sporting and the deeply, deeply personal – and we think you should just make some time in your day to listen to it in full, because you won't regret it. From concocting a scheme to nab Usain Bolt's autograph to the pain he felt inside while concealing his sexuality, Peter is honest about it all to the absolute core – and we can't thank him enough for this gift of a conversation. WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST? @peteostrich1 on Instagram WANT TO GET IN TOUCH WITH THE PODCAST? @jack_murley email@example.com
De oorlog is al een half jaar gaande en het einde is nog niet in zicht. En toch gaat Nederland Oekraïne helpen met de wederopbouw. Minister Olongren van defensie en minister Schreinemacher van buitenlandse handel en ontwikkelingssamenwerking waren gisteren in Kiev. Zij beloofden 80 miljoen euro aan wederopbouwhulp. Het is een klein bedrag. Maar misschien groeit het uit naar een heus Marshallplan, zoals het plan heette dat Nederland na de tweede wereldoorlog erbovenop hielp. kort 4966 bouwvergunningen voor woningen in de maand juni. Dat is echt niet genoeg, minister de Jonge! Prik Energie op de rand van de afgrond. Usain Bolt maakt handelsmerk van zijn 'signature pose'. Wij hebben hem even gestolen, nu het nog kan. reacties mail naar firstname.lastname@example.org twitter: @Lukkezen @martijnderijkSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With Move-To-Earn platforms growing in popularity, world-renowned athlete Usain Bolt has joined the Step App team, just in time to inform the public about the potential of the app before its official launch this summer - Chiliz News has the details at https://chiliznews.com/step-app-launches-private-beta-of-gamified-fitness-metaverse-fitfi-platform-signs-usain-bolt-as-brand-ambassador (https://chiliznews.com/step-app-launches-private-beta-of-gamified-fitness-metaverse-fitfi-platform-signs-usain-bolt-as-brand-ambassador)
Il y a 14 ans, le 20 août 2008, le sprinteur jamaïcain Usain Bolt écrasait la concurrence lors des Jeux Olympiques d'été de Pékin en Chine. Quelques jours après avoir remporté l'épreuve reine du 100 mètres, il s'adjugeait le 200 mètres avec un nouveau record du monde.
En el programa de hoy Andrea Silva La Copello nos cuenta desde México sobre la plataforma DIDI y lo que acontece en la capital "Manita"; Javier Stamato llega de vacaciones cargado de noticias como la carrera que no pudo ganar Usain Bolt, la mano biónica que puede ser actualizada desde cualquier lugar del mundo a través de una aplicación, Javier Wilches nos explica las tres herramientas gratuitas para disfrutar en Internet; nuestra directora Andrea Cardona nos cuenta de Startups by Tetra Pak... buena música y mucho más!!
While you may be King or Queen of your local park run, no matter how much training you do, even if you were to use performance-enhancing drugs, you'll still never outrun the likes of the common house cat. So, what are the determining factors when it comes to the top speed that can be achieved by animals? Michael Gunther is a Researcher in Biomechanics at the University of Stuttgart, he joins Jonathan to discuss. Dr. Shane Bergin & Dr. Lara Dungan also join Jonathan for this week's installment of Newsround.
Godfreys, the kings of the humble vacuum, has managed to achieve a revenue rise, despite shrinking its number of stores. Uber just achieved its first cash-flow-positive quarter ever thanks to some record revenue. Usain Bolt's micro mobility startup - named Bolt - has abruptly disappeared, leaving a trail of scooters in its wake. --- Build the financial wellbeing of your team at work with Flux at Work: https://bit.ly/fluxatwork Download the free app (App Store): http://bit.ly/FluxAppStore Download the free app (Google Play): http://bit.ly/FluxappGooglePlay Daily newsletter: https://bit.ly/fluxnewsletter Instagram: http://bit.ly/fluxinsta TikTok: https://email@example.com --- The content in this podcast reflects the views and opinions of the hosts, and is intended for personal and not commercial use. We do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any opinion, statement or other information provided or distributed in these episodes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Despite rising prices, chickens continue to print that cockadoodledough. Plus, jazzercise is booming, Tiffany & Co. eyes NFT's, Usain Bolt's startup snafu, and Amazon's carbon report. Join our hosts Jacob Cohen and Rob Litterst as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so that you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/?utm_source=hustle-daily-podcast&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=show-notes Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). The Hustle Daily Show is brought to you by The Hustle in partnership with HubSpot Podcasts.
Bolt Mobility, the Miami-based micromobility startup co-founded by Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, appears to have vanished without a trace from several of its U.S. markets.
Historiquement Vôtre réunit des restas en Jamaïque : Bob Marley, le roi du reggae et des rastas qui continue à être écouté - et adulé - dans le monde entier avec ses chansons qui sont autant de messages de paix. Puis celui qui est considéré comme un dieu vivant en Jamaïque : le dernier Empereur d'Ethiopie Haïlé Sélassié devenu l'incarnation du mouvement religieux et culturel des rastafaris. Et une star de la Jamaïque, un dieu aussi, mais des stades : l'homme le plus rapide du monde, Usain Bolt.
Historiquement Vôtre réunit des restas en Jamaïque : Bob Marley, le roi du reggae et des rastas qui continue à être écouté - et adulé - dans le monde entier avec ses chansons qui sont autant de messages de paix. Puis celui qui est considéré comme un dieu vivant en Jamaïque : le dernier Empereur d'Ethiopie Haïlé Sélassié devenu l'incarnation du mouvement religieux et culturel des rastafaris. Et une star de la Jamaïque, un dieu aussi, mais des stades : l'homme le plus rapide du monde, Usain Bolt.
Can an elephant outrun Usain Bolt? Are future historians going to describe female elephants pairs as "very good friends?" Why is it so dang important to do your own research? Nature is Gay is a biweekly (heh get it?) podcast about the queer world around us. Join me every other Monday to explore gender and sexuality in animals, plants, fungi, and everything in between. Follow on Instagram @natureisgaypod References for this episode can be found https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dkcGp6Qk1wptQN2xoYWMT6PBgRjcxjyQQZlagRNd6Uk/edit?usp=sharing (here.)
================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA MENORES 2022“UN RAYITO DE LUZ PARA CADA DÍA”Narrado por: Linda RumrrillDesde: Gran Canaria, EspañaUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 01 DE AGOSTO CONFORME A MI CORAZON"HE HALLADO A DAVID, HIJO DE ISAÍ, UN HOMBRE CONFORME A MI CORAZÓN, QUE HARÁ TODA MI VOLUNTAD" (HECHOS 13:22).¿En qué cosa eres excelente? La excelencia se trata de calidad, características sobresalientes o habilidad fuera de lo común, difícil de igualar.Michael Phelps, nadador estadounidense, es el deportista olímpico con más medallas ganadas de todos los tiempos. ¡Ganó 28! Tiene el récord de las medallas olímpicas de oro. Es conocido como “El tiburón de Baltimore” por su destreza y velocidad en el agua. Usain Bolt, atleta jamaicano, tiene once títulos mundiales y ocho olímpicos como velocista. Posee el récord mundial en metros planos y en la carrera de relevos. Es conocido como “Lightning Bolt” (“rayo”), por ser el hombre más veloz del mundo. Nadia Comaneci, gimnasta rumana, tenía 14 años cuando fue la primera atleta en la historia en recibir la calificación de diez puntos. Es conocida como “la atleta de la calificación perfecta”. Lionel Messi, futbolista argentino, es el primer futbolista en la historia que ha ganado cinco veces el “Balón de Oro" y ha recibido cinco “Botas de Oro" por ser goleador. Es conocido como el “mejor futbolista del mundo”.¿Qué tienen estas personas en común? Todos son excelentes deportistas, destacados en un área. Llegaron a ser los mejores por su esfuerzo, compromiso, disciplina, perseverancia y dedicación. Son modelos de excelencia y todos los medios sociales los siguen ya que, además del éxito, los valores del deporte les han permitido en su mayoría superar sus dificultades.La excelencia representa una serie de sacrificios que la mayoría de las personas no está dispuesta a realizar. Pero, aunque en muchos casos su ejemplo de superación es digno de imitar, hay algo que estos deportistas no han podido lograr: la excelencia que supera todo el logro humano, una condición muy elevada del corazón.David, de la tribu de Judá, fue un pastor de ovejas; el menor de ocho hermanos, pero el más valiente de todos. Músico y poeta, derribó un gigante con una honda. Fue elegido por Dios para ser un rey justo y recordado por los logros de su reinado. Es conocido como el “varón conforme al corazón de Dios”.Tú también eres capaz de mejorar y tener grandes logros. Puedes desarrollar tus habilidades y destacarte en todas las áreas. La excelencia debe salir de tu corazón, tú puedes ser una persona conforme al corazón de Dios.Magaly
The NEC's Sarah Boissonneault (@NECsports) recently sat down with LIU alum and 2016 Olympic medalist Brendon Rodney (@RodneyGetEm). Rodney talks about his time spent competing on the world's stage, what it's like to race against Usain Bolt, how his time at LIU prepared him for life after college and much more.
This week, Ryan and Brian seek value in Taylor Swift, Usain Bolt, Bojack Horseman, and the musical Wicked, and struggle pronouncing words like "restaurant" and "comfortable." All that plus a new contest crossword, which you can download at https://www.dropbox.com/s/g4pvk5sqfsl9qoh/fmi354con.puz?dl=1 Stuff to click: Lollapuzzoola! Coming to NYC or your computer on August 27 Daily Crossword Links (because it's waaay better than a repository) People we mentioned on the show who make puzzles: Lila Goldenberg, Steve Mossberg, Paolo Pasco (the latest post features Chandi Deitmer, also mentioned on today's episode!), Brooke Husic, Laura Braunstein, Adam Aaronson, Rachel Fabi, Shannon Rapp, Ross Trudeau If you get bored, write something for the Fill Me In wiki. And if you're feeling philanthropic, donate to our Patreon. Do you enjoy our show? Actually, it doesn't matter! Please consider leaving us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. This will help new listeners find our show, and you'll be inducted into the Quintuple Decker Turkey Club. Drop us a note or a Tweet or a postcard or a phone call — we'd love to hear from you. Helpful links: Apple Podcasts link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fill-me-in/id1364379980 Google Play link: https://player.fm/series/fill-me-in-2151002 Amazon/Audible link: https://www.amazon.com/item_name/dp/B08JJRM927 RSS feed: http://bemoresmarter.libsyn.com/rss Contact us: Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Google Voice (315-510-9892) We're putting these words here to help with search engine optimization. We don't think it will work, but you probably haven't read this far, so it doesn't matter: baseball, crossword, crosswords, etymology, game, hunt, movies, musicals, mystery, oscar, pizza, puzzle, puzzles, soup, trivia, words
In this episode of the podcast I am joined by my partner-in-crime and world class photographer Kim Montuoro as well as World Champion Competitive Eater Joey Chestnut. The three of us discuss this year's Nathan's Hot Dog Contest, how Joey got into competitive eating, whether or not he could beat Usain Bolt in a hotdog/100-yard sprint hybrid race and his impending nuptials in Mexico. No topic is off-limits in this podcast and the champ answers ALL our burning questions.Make sure to follow the show on all the socials: @sidelinesasss on Twitter and Instagram and Sideline Sass on Facebook. Plus, don't forget to check out the website where audio, video and written sass converge at www.SidelineSasss.com.Follow Emily on Twitter and Instagram at @Emilnem. Follow Kim Montuoro on Twitter at @KMontuoro13 and on Instagram at @montuoro13. Follow Joey Chestnut on Twitter at @joeyjaws and on Instagram at @joeychestnut.
Shane Fletcher is the Crusaders team managerLink to join The 1st XV Patreon & get extra podcastshttps://www.patreon.com/offfieldrugbyLink to Support the Podhttps://www.patreon.com/offfieldrugbyWe chat about;How Crusaders have consistent successThe focus on well being as CrusadersHow to make new players feel welcomeThe pillars that Crusaders select doneBreaking down their cultureHelping the players that fall into dark placesThe training focus to become world-class and what the difference is between world-class and averageTheming seasons CrusadersWhat makes razor Scott Robertson outstandingUsing the success of Usain Bolt, Golden State Warriors, Melbourne stormHow mosque shootings in Christchurch affected the organisationChallengers New Zealand rugby and the all Blacks are facingSam Whitelock's contribution to the innovation at CrusadersWhat age you should commit a RugbyImpact Sonny Bill Williams had on New Zealand club rugbyWorking with Leinster rugby and what they learnedEmail - email@example.comMy instagram is https://www.instagram.com/offfieldrugby/, any feedback you have or thoughts for the pod, please DM me there, would love to hear them.Please SHARE the podcast with some friends,please SUBSCRIBE/FOLLOW the podcast wherever you're listening, & Please leave a RATING & A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, letting me know what you like about the pod. Thank you Really appreciate you clicking in, cheers! Get the bonus Podcasts on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Naro and Ari recap the 1st few days of the 2022 World Championships and debate if Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce has surpassed Usain Bolt as the GOAT. They also give their reactions to the news of Merciless passing away, Silk Boss dropping a diss track aimed at Jahshii, Queen Ifrica turning heads on TikTok and the curious case of social media influencer Donna Lee Donaldson going missing. Buss Di Utes songs of the week: Ari: Projexx & Juls - Caution: https://bit.ly/3zmvaJJ Naro: Shaka - Choice: https://bit.ly/3zmE7CU Jervis: Leelo - Melanin: https://bit.ly/3olU6Lg
In this episode, we talked about the behavioural factors at play when athletes risk so much by taking banned substances.Very few athletes HAVEN'T tested positive for drugs at some point. Of the 30 fastest men's 100m sprint times ever, only nine have been run by an athlete not banned for drugs, all by Jamaica's Usain Bolt. He holds the record for the three fastest 100m sprints in history.A survey of US Olympians or aspiring Olympians who were asked if they would use a banned performance enhancing drug were given two scenarios:* You will not be caught and you will win.98% of the athletes said they would use the banned performance enhancing drug in this case.* You will win every competition you enter for the next five years but will then die from the side effects.50% of athletes said they would use the banned performance enhancing drug in this case (Bamberger, 1997).The results show just how strong the ‘win at all' costs attitude is across sporting individuals, only enhanced by the social pressures encountered by every athlete across every sport and level.Accidental vs purposefulWhose responsibility?Crossfit being such an all-rounderCost benefit analysisRisks:- Getting caught- Reputation marred for life- Losing titles / sponsorship- Lower fertility- BaldnessRewards:- World records- Faster recovery- Money- Fame- Long term strength gainsRisk aversionSimilar arenas in which such risky behaviour occur:Criminal behaviourDrinking drivingGamblingFree climbing / free divingExtreme sportsInstagrammers doing stupid things for likesPunishment isn't consistentReinforcement is intermittentConnect with Us!If you have any questions, comments, concerns or topics that you would like us to cover, please reach out to us! FacebookBehave Yourself Podcast (private group)Instagram:instagram.com/emily.a.macraeinstagram.com/thebehaviourladyinstagram.com/behaveyourselfpodEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgDisclaimer: While we're both behaviour analysts and qualified in our respective fields, this podcast is for education and information sharing only and should not be taken as personal, medical or behavioral advice or services.
As an Australian sporting legend, Katrina Webb is no stranger to a Gold medal podium or a star-lit stage. She has received awards and medals most athletes only dream about. Despite this success, her journey hasn't always been easy.Born into a family of sporting stars, it was no surprise that a young Katrina Webb was born with natural athleticism. By the age of eighteen, she had already secured a netball scholarship at The Australian Institute of Sport. What she didn't realise at this time was that her sporting career was about to take an unexpected turn.During training at the Institute of Sport, a right sided weakness that Katrina had since birth and for many years she had spent hiding, was labelled Cerebral Palsy. Katrina's ability to pursue netball at a national level was in jeopardy. Despite this, a twist of fate presented a previously unseen opportunity. Katrina was eligible for the Paralympic games. Her weakness had become her greatest strength.Over the years Katrina had tried to conceal her disability, so making the decision to compete at the very public Paralympics was not easy. In time, she realised that through self-acceptance and determination she could tackle her disability head on and that it was her gift. This decision paid off when she won two Gold medals, and a Silver medal in Atlanta 1996 and at Sydney 2000 went on to win a Silver and Bronze medal.While the Sydney Paralympics were successful for Katrina, her competitive spirit still left her with a desire to win Gold again. She knew that to do this she needed to take ‘conscious action' and become a ‘Gold' level performer in every aspect of her life. In the four years between the Sydney and Athens Paralympics, Katrina mastered the alchemy of performance with a clear focus on understanding mindset, and the results speak for themselves. At Athens in 2004 she won another Gold Medal in the 400-metre sprint and set a new Paralympic record.Today, Katrina's running career is in the past, but her passion for helping others perform at their best continues to be her greatest inspiration. Off the track Katrina is the Director of Silver 2 Gold High Performance Solutions which specialises in powering organisations, teams and individuals best. As a professional speaker she has impressed audiences at an International level including speaking at the United Nations and sharing the stage with the likes of Sir Richard Branson, Jack Ma and Usain Bolt.Katrina's TEDx - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sV-7jc2bqX0Katrina's website - https://www.katrinawebb.com.au/
Andy Frye is a journalist and sports writer who has interviewed some of the biggest names in sports including Tom Brady, Shaq, Usain Bolt, Lindsey Vonn, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, and more. His work has been featured in ESPN, Forbes, and Rolling Stone. In this episode, Manny and Andy talk about how to turn your passions into a career and how Andy left his 9 to 5 to become a full-time writer. Andy shares the key principles that had led to his success and why being persistent is the #1 thing he recommends to any entrepreneur. Lastly, Manny and Andy talk about his new book, Ninety Days in the 90's, and Andy shares his inspiration behind it and what readers can look forward to in his first novel.0:00 - Say Hello to Andy Frye2:54 - When Andy decided to pursue his passion8:09 - How to turn a passion into a career15:39 - Landing his first Interview with a pro athlete19:15 - The #1 skillset entrepreneurs everlook30:24 - Why it's important to 'become a local'32:35 - Why are we still talking about authenticity???37:48 - Andy's most uncomfortable interview39:15 - The most fun interview Andy has ever done42:03 - The athlete Andy has been most impressed with43:56 - What was it like talking to Draymond Green???47:41 - Why you gotta check out Andy's bookCONNECT WITH ANDY FRYEWebsite: https://www.andyfrye.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andy-frye-962a0a14/Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportyfryeLISTEN / SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCASTApple Podcasts: https://apple.co/31iAcsoSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3d7VUSx* * * * *CONNECT WITH MANNYPodcast: At The Podium with Manuel AmezcuaFinancial Planning Practice: Podium Risk ManagementWebsite: https://podiumriskmanagement.com/Instagram: http://instagram.com/detroitmannyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mannyamezcua/NEW TO THE PODCAST?At The Podium with Manuel Amezcua features interviews with the most innovative minds in business, sports, and entertainment to uncover the habits, disciplines, and mindsets that lead to success.
Interesting hypothetical from the internet. Baker is finally out of Cleveland. Manfred wants to ruin baseball, but the dudes have ideas on how to save it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dudesmissingthemark/message
Andy describes one new signing as “an absolute cupboard”. But who? And what on earth does that mean?Marcus, Jim and Andy are back in your ears with a fresh shiny Ramble! They talk business at Man United, as Christian Eriksen heads into a rat-infested Old Trafford and Cristiano Ronaldo tries to sidle the other way.Plus, Todd Boehly hands over his Amex to Jorge Mendes, Usain Bolt blames Australia for being bad at football, and Neil Warnock heads to Sheffield – FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: email@example.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Usain Bolt, the sprinting legend and the fastest human EVER, sits down to have a cup of tea and discuss his new music career, his sprinting legacy, his beloved Man United and more... THANK YOU to Puma and Socceraid for making this possible. Check out Usain's music here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2PIYZpNwZRt8BDALIFazZh?si=hRRUO1swS5abP7X88I9HdQ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCse8GN6qy1UTuhnLr-d8spw Follow me on Twitch: https://twitch.tv/michaeltimbs Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/michaeltimbs Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaeltimbs
Alex Buisse is an adventure photographer based out of Alberta, Canada, but it would seem that Chamonix, France has his heart - at least photographically. Alex is a climber, but around the same time he fell in love with that, he also fell into photography. The combination of those two passions allows Alex to create some absolutely stunning photographs. These two disciplines seem to feed each other, and by Alex's own admission have caused him to climb bigger and wilder mountains so that he would get better images. This balance of the physical art of climbing and the creative art of photography have also caused him to constantly work to become a better photographer. Imagine making some extremely difficult climbs only to not be able to do the scene justice in the resulting photos. That would be such a loss for us, the viewers. Over a decade ago Alex was studying Computer Science when he dropped out to move to the climbing mecca of Chamonix, France to pursue adventure photography full time. I'm not sure how his parents felt about it at the time, but based on his portfolio, the world is a better place because we get the benefit of seeing his amazing work. Alex's work has provided him with some amazing opportunities, and unique life experiences. Alex has sailed an expedition yacht around Cape Horn, been invited to an Ethiopian coffee ceremony in Dadaab Refugee Camp, photographed Usain Bolt at the Olympics, skied to the North Pole, named three (small) mountains in Greenland, adventure raced through Tierra del Fuego, climbed on K2 and been winched from a rescue helicopter at night - on purpose! Alex is that person we have all heard about, the one that makes you realize you haven't been living your life to the fullest. Along with his adventure photography, he has branched out into a few other genres, including portraiture, humanitarian, automotive and industrial. His ability to deal with the complicated logistics of shooting in wild places, with unpredictable weather, make him a sought after talent. His client list is a Who's Who: Patagonia Garmin BMW Nissan Novartis VISA Red Bull Microsoft Scandinavian Airlines Adidas Arc'teryx Petzl Black Diamond Sports Illustrated The Economist International Olympic Committee Chamonix-Mont-Blanc NationalGeographic.com CNN Alex is also one of the over 600 photographers in 41 countries that represented by the art production agency Wonderful Machine. Wonderful Machine is a very interesting concept, with a list of photographers that is top notch. I have to admit I am excited to try and get a few others from their roster on the show. Join climber and adventure photographer Alex Buisse and me as we discuss his world of adventure photography, and as we take a deep dive, or should that be deep climb, into his image of Jeff Mercier climbing out of the depths of a moulin, a crevasse in Mer de Glace, Chamonix, France, on this Behind the Shot. Connect with Alex Portfolio: alexbuisse.com Climbing Posters: montblanclines.com Instagram: @alexbuisse Twitter: @alexbuisse Facebook: @alexbuissephotography Alex's Book Mont Blanc Lines: French | Italian | English (Release October 6, 2022) Alex's Photographer Picks Danielle Villasana: daniellevillasana.com | @davillasana Eric Bouvet: ericbouvet.com | @ericbouvet Alex's App Picks Sun Seeker: www.ozpda.com | Android | iOS FatMap: fatmap.com | Android | iOS Photographers Ephemeris: photoephemeris.com | iOS | iOS 3D
Author and podcaster Malcolm Gladwell lets LaChina Robinson in on his love for Olympic sprinters. From his days as one of Canada's fastest teens, to his latest podcast, 'Legacy of Speed', the 'Outliers' author covers all tracks.
In today's WEEKEND WISDOM episode, Jamy Bechler shares a story about Usain Bolt, the fastest person to ever live. The "Success is a Choice" podcast network publishes these WEEKEND WISDOM episodes to provide food for thought as we look to finish the week strong and make a difference in the world around us. - - - - Please follow Jamy on Twitter @CoachBechler for positive insights and tips on leadership, success, culture, and teamwork. - - - - Check out our weekly virtual sessions for parents, coaches, students, and administrators at FreeLeadershipWorkshop.com. These sessions are free and cover a variety of topics. - - - - The Success is a Choice podcast network is made possible, in part, by TheLeadershipPlaybook.com. Great teams have great teammates and everyone can be a person of influence. Build a stronger culture today by helping athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders. Get $100 off your first year when you use the coupon code SUCCESS at checkout. Chin Up Chest Out is also a proud partner of the Success is a Choice podcast network. ChinUpChestOut.com is more than a great apparel brand, it's a movement. A portion of all sales of their fabulous merchandise and apparel goes to support mental health initiatives. Our listeners can get 10% off and free shipping with promo code PLAYBOOK. With the new NIL (name, image, and likeness) rules, they are looking for college athletes to be brand ambassadors. - - - - Please consider rating the podcast with 5 stars and leaving a quick review on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are the lifeblood of a podcast. This helps tremendously in bringing the podcast to the attention of others. Thanks again for listening and remember that “Success is a choice. What choice will you make today?” - - - - Jamy Bechler is the author of four books including The Captain and The Bus Trip, host of the Success is a Choice Podcast, professional speaker, and trains organizations on creating championship cultures. He previously spent 20 years as a college basketball coach and administrator. The Leadership Playbook is Bechler's online program that helps athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders while strengthening a team's culture. As a certified John Maxwell leadership coach, Bechler has worked with businesses and teams, including the NBA. Follow him on Twitter at @CoachBechler. To connect with him via email or find out about his services, please contact speaking@CoachBechler.com. You can also subscribe to his insights on success and leadership by clicking here.
"I didn't do anything yet. I only made the Olympic team. I made the Olympic final. I only ran 19.4. I'm not saying that like it's slow. I didn't medal yet. I don't have a world record yet. It's not over. I don't think this is the highest point." Erriyon Knighton is just 18 years old but has already shattered some of Usain Bolt's junior sprint records. He also turned pro as a high schooler and signed with Adidas. Back in April, he ran a wind-legal 19.49 at a meet in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to become the fourth-fastest man in history. Only Bolt, Yohan Blake and Michael Johnson are ahead of him on the all-time list. Knighton ran 19.84 for the previous U20 record in the semifinal of the Olympic Trials. He made the team and was the youngest U.S. male track Olympian since Jim Ryun in the 60s. He finished fourth at last year's Olympics and you'll hear just how much he wants a piece of hardware. My colleague Mac Fleet and I traveled to Tampa earlier this month to spend some time with Erriyon and his coach Jonathan Terry. We will be releasing a video on our YouTube channel with some of the highlights of our time with him so subscribe and set your alerts to the CITIUS MAG YouTube channel for that and all our content from the upcoming US Championships and World Championships.
“I just knew that when I stepped up to that line, I was going to give them 9 seconds of hell…”-Justin Gatlin @justingatlinJustin Gatlin is a five-time Olympic medalist, a record five-time 100-meter World Championships medalist, and one of the few people on Earth who can say they've beaten Usain Bolt in a sprint. On this episode of #theburnpodcast Ben and Justin dive into the BURN that helped propel him to not just getting to the pinnacle of his sport, but battling adversity leaving that sport and coming BACK to be better than he was before.This episode is PACKED full of speed and heavy nuggets that each of us can learn from no matter what stage of life you might be in.Full episode now live on all podcast platforms and Youtube.Sign up for the MENTAL TOUGHNESS FORUM- It's completely Free, August 2nd-6thHttps://www.mentaltoughnessforum.comThe Burn Podcast, ignited by Punch'd Energy.https://www.puchdenergy.com************************************Let's work TOGETHER https://www.bennewmancoaching.comOrder my new book UNCOMMON LEADERSHIP: 11 Ways the Greatest Leaders Lead: www.bennewman.net/preorderConnect with me everywhere else:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/continuedfightFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Continuedfight/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ContinuedFightTHIS AUGUST 2ND-6TH, JOIN BEN NEWMAN AND 30+ OF THE WORLD'S HIGHEST PERFORMERS IN SPORTS & BUSINESS SHARING SYSTEMS & SKILLS ON HOW TO THINK BIGGER, DRIVE ACTION, OVERCOME ADVERSITY, & BUILD MENTAL TOUGHNESS TO REACH PEAK PERFORMANCE IN LIFE.Sign Up Now for Free https://mentaltoughnessforum.com
I thought this clip was pretty funny of Don LemonHead (Don Lemon) questioning the Press Secretary on whether Biden had the stamina to make it through 2024. Hope you enjoy this stream & have a good week! DreamRare.com for God Bless! Hats, Dream Rare shirts & more Patreon.com/RareTalk for extra episodes of the podcast
How fast does cheese roll down a hill? Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Chuck Nice and Gary O'Reilly walk us through the physics behind the weirdest sports: cheese rolling, belly flopping, face slapping and more with astrophysicist Charles Liu. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Scott Schekk (shek), Kristine May, Jacob godman, Chelsea Dolloff, Daniel Lopez,Dustin G, Michael McManus, Genesis Martinez, Kinetik Plastik, and Pavel Bains for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Coyau / Wikimedia Commons
"She said, ‘This is how it was supposed to be. This is how it was supposed to feel.' And at that moment, I realized the magnitude of what we gave to each other." Fan favorite Jess Sims is back — and this time, she returns to the Ali on the Run Show as a marathoner! On April 18, the beloved Peloton instructor surprised the world by showing up at the start (and finish!) line of the Boston Marathon. And she had a good reason for keeping her marathon debut on the down-low. In this very special conversation, Jess talks about receiving a fateful message from Boston Marathon bombing survivor Michele Blackburn last December — a message that ultimately guided Jess every step of the way toward that finish line on Boylston Street. Jess talks about her training, about how she felt on the start line, and about why she still feels marathon imposter syndrome, even after earning that blue and yellow medal. (You'll want tissues on hand 17 minutes into this one. You've been warned.) SPONSOR: UCAN — Go to ucan.co/ali and use code ALI for 20% off your next UCAN order. What you'll get on this episode: How Jess is celebrating — her dog's birthday, that is (4:40) All about that fateful message from Michele Blackburn (6:25) What happened after Jess committed to running the Boston Marathon, and what her training was like (23:30) Why Jess kept her Boston Marathon plans a secret (34:50) Why Jess gets nervous talking about her marathon experience (42:15) How Jess was feeling when she arrived in Boston (46:00) The ride to the start line (50:00) What it was like running the 2022 Boston Marathon (56:00) On seeing Michele at the finish line (1:01:45) The physical and emotional recovery (1:05:30) Running with Usain Bolt! (1:16:35) For more, check out: Jess Sims on Episode 261 of the Ali on the Run Show Kirsten Ferguson on Episode 505 of the Ali on the Run Show Becs Gentry on Episode 379 of the Ali on the Run Show Matt Wilpers on Episode 398 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Jess: Instagram @jsimsfit Website Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!