Videos: Brought to you by… Pfizer! FORMER PFIZER VP, DR. MIKE YEADON – EVERYTHING WE HAVE BEEN TOLD ABOUT COVID-19 WAS A LIE Fauci didn't want autopsies done on Covid victims. I wonder why? Dr. Peter McCullough SLAMS Pfizer board member over censorship and propaganda | Redacted News Study explores effects of dietary choline deficiency on neurologic and system-wide health Arizona State University, January 16, 2023 Choline, an essential nutrient produced in small amounts in the liver and found in foods including eggs, broccoli, beans, meat and poultry, is a vital ingredient for human health. A new study explores how a deficiency of dietary choline adversely affects the body and may be a missing piece in the puzzle of Alzheimer's disease. It's estimated that more than 90% of Americans are not meeting the recommended daily intake of choline. The current research, conducted in mice, suggests that dietary choline deficiency can have profound negative effects on the heart, liver and other organs. Lack of adequate choline is also linked with profound changes in the brain associated with Alzheimer's disease. These include pathologies implicated in the development of two classic hallmarks of the illness: amyloid plaques, which aggregate in the intercellular spaces between neurons; and tau tangles, which condense within the bodies of neurons. The new research, led by scientists at Arizona State University and published in Aging Cell, describes pathologies in normal mice deprived of dietary choline and in choline-deficient transgenic mice, the latter of which already exhibit symptoms associated with the disease. In both cases, dietary choline deficiency results in liver damage, enlargement of the heart and neurologic alterations in the AD mice, typically accompanying Alzheimer's disease and including increased levels of plaque-forming amyloid-beta protein and disease-linked alterations in tau protein. Further, the study illustrates that choline deficiency in mice causes significant weight gain, alterations in glucose metabolism (which are tied to conditions such as diabetes), and deficits in motor skills. In the case of humans, “it's a twofold problem,” according to Ramon Velazquez, senior author of the study and assistant professor with the ASU-Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center. “First, people don't reach the adequate daily intake of choline established by the Institute of Medicine in 1998. And secondly, there is vast literature showing that the recommended daily intake amounts are not optimal for brain-related functions.” The research highlights a constellation of physical and neurological changes linked to choline deficiency. Sufficient choline in the diet reduces levels of the amino acid homocysteine, which has been recognized as a neurotoxin contributing to neurodegeneration, and is important for mediating functions such as learning and memory through the production of acetylcholine. The growing awareness of choline's importance should encourage all adults to ensure proper choline intake. This is particularly true for those on plant-based diets, which may be low in naturally occurring choline, given that many foods high in choline are eggs, meats, and poultry. Plant-based, choline-rich foods, including soybeans, Brussels sprouts and certain nuts can help boost choline in these cases. Moreover, inexpensive, over-the-counter choline supplements are encouraged to promote overall health and guard the brain from the effects of neurodegeneration. The new study examines mice at 3-12 months, or early to late adulthood (roughly equivalent to 20-60 years of age for humans). In the case of both normal and transgenic mice displaying symptoms of Alzheimer's, those exposed to a choline-deficient diet exhibited weight gain and adverse effects to their metabolism. Damage to the liver was observed through tissue analysis, as was enlargement of the heart. Elevated soluble, oligomeric and insoluble amyloid-beta protein were detected, as well as modifications to tau protein characteristic of those leading to neurofibrillary tangles in the brain. Further, choline-deficient mice performed poorly in a test of motor skills, when compared with mice receiving adequate choline in their diet. These adverse effects were heightened in the transgenic mice. Translating these findings to humans, this implies that people who are predisposed to Alzheimer's disease or in the throes of the illness should ensure they are getting enough choline.”Our work provides further support that dietary choline should be consumed on a daily basis given the need throughout the body,” Velazquez says. (NEXT) Melanoma: Vitamin D supplements linked to reduced skin cancer risk University of Eastern Finland & Kuopio University, January 15, 2023 A new study finds that the regular use of vitamin D is associated with lower rates of melanoma skin cancer. The cross-sectional study was a collaboration between the University of Eastern Finland and Kuopio University Hospital. The research involved 498 Finnish adults determined by dermatologists to be at high risk of skin cancer, such as melanoma, as well as squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma. According to researchers, people who took vitamin D regularly were less likely to have had melanoma in the past or currently and were deemed by dermatologists to be less likely to develop melanoma in the future. Study participants ranged in age from 21 to 79 years old, including 253 males and 245 females. Participants were divided into three groups based on their intake of vitamin D supplements: non-use, occasional use, or regular use. The researchers were also interested in finding out whether regular use of vitamin D supplements corresponded to higher blood levels of vitamin D, known as serum calcidiol or 25-hydroxy-vitamin D3. This is the “storage form” of vitamin D in the body. Some research has linked low serum calcidiol with increased cancer risk, while other research has suggested otherwise. Nonetheless, it is a measure often used to determine a person's vitamin D levels. After testing serum calcidiol levels in 260 participants, researchers found that regular vitamin D supplementation corresponded with the highest levels of serum calcidiol and non-supplementation with the lowest levels. “Human skin itself expresses [the enzyme] CYP27A1 that produces calcidiol from vitamin D, and CYP27B1 that produces biologically very active calcitriol from calcidiol,” Dr. Harvima explained, noting that enzyme expression determines the level of vitamin D and its metabolites in the body. (NEXT) New research furthers case for exercise promoting youthfulness University of Arkansas, January 17, 2023 A recent paper published in the Journal of Physiology deepened the case for the youthfulness-promoting effects of exercise on aging organisms, building on previous work done with lab mice nearing the end of their natural lifespan that had access to a weighted exercise wheel. For this paper, the researchers compared aging mice that had access to a weighted exercise wheel with mice that had undergone epigenetic reprogramming via the expression of Yamanaka factors. The Yamanaka factors are four protein transcription factors (identified as Oct3/4, Sox2, Klf4 and c-Myc, often abbreviated to OKSM) that can revert highly specified cells (such as a skin cell) back to a stem cell, which is a younger and more adaptable state. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to Dr. Shinya Yamanaka for this discovery in 2012. In the correct dosages, inducing the Yamanaka factors throughout the body in rodents can ameliorate the hallmarks of aging by mimicking the adaptability that is common to more youthful cells. Of the four factors, Myc is induced by exercising skeletal muscle. Myc may serve as a naturally induced reprogramming stimulus in muscle, making it a useful point of comparison between cells that have been reprogrammed via over expression of the Yamanaka factors and cells that have been reprogrammed through exercise—”reprogramming” in the latter case reflecting how an environmental stimulus can alter the accessibility and expression of genes. Ultimately, the team determined that exercise promotes a molecular profile consistent with epigenetic partial programming. That is to say, exercise can mimic aspects of the molecular profile of muscles that have been exposed to Yamanaka factors (thus displaying molecular characteristics of more youthful cells). This beneficial effect of exercise may in part be attributed to the specific actions of Myc in muscle. Murach sees their research as further validation of exercise as a polypill. “Exercise is the most powerful drug we have,” he says, and should be considered a health-enhancing—and potentially life-extending—treatment along with medications and a healthy diet. (NEXT) Exploiting the synergy of nutraceuticals for cancer prevention and treatment Research suggests that free radicals (ROS) generated upon mixing two nutraceuticals—resveratrol and copper—can help ameliorate various diseases by inactivating cell-free chromatin particles Tata Memorial Centre (India), January 16, 2023 Chromatin comprises a complex mixture of DNA and proteins that forms the structural basis of chromosomes in the cellular nuclei. When cells die, they release cell-free chromatin particles or “cfChPs” into the circulatory system. In 1996, evidence for tumour-derived DNA circulating in the blood of cancer patients was first reported. This evidence caught the interest Dr. Indraneel Mittra, who is now Professor Emeritus and the Dr. Ernest Borges Chair in Translational Research at Tata Memorial Centre in Mumbai, India. His tryst with research on genetic material in cancer metastases began, and after 15 years of research he has presented various papers, developing a body of evidence that indicates the critical role of cfChPs in orchestrating development of not only cancer, but various other diseases. Emerging evidence indicates that cfChPs play an essential role in ageing, sepsis, cancer development, and chemotherapy-related toxicity. With respect to the latter, Prof. Mittra explains, “Chemo-toxicity is not primarily caused by chemotherapeutic drugs, but rather by cfChPs that are released from the first cells that die after chemotherapy. The released cfChPs set in motion a cascading effect, increasingly damaging the DNA of healthy host cells, and triggering inflammatory processes in a vicious cycle that perpetuates and prolongs the toxicity of chemotherapy.” Recently, a team from Tata Memorial Centre have demonstrated the therapeutic benefits of a pro-oxidant mixture of resveratrol and copper, R-Cu, in patients undergoing chemotherapy for advanced gastric cancer. Combining R with Cu (R-Cu) leads to the generation of free oxygen radicals which can inactivate the offending cfChPs. In this context, the research team launched a single-arm phase II clinical trial to study the synergistic effects of R-Cu administration on cfChPs inactivation in patients with advanced gastric cancer. The primary objective was to determine whether R-Cu, via cfChPs' inactivation, was successful in reducing the grade ≥ 3 toxicity seen with docetaxel-based chemotherapies. To this end, the researchers monitored the likely changes in the toxicities of chemotherapeutic treatments using a grading system that provides a framework for the assessment of unwanted physiological effects. The results were promising—although R-Cu did not reduce haematological toxicities, it significantly reduced the incidence of non-haematological toxicities comprising hand-foot syndrome, diarrhoea, and vomiting. Moreover, R-Cu reduced docetaxel exposure compared to the control arm without affecting efficacy in terms of overall survival. (NEXT) Deep meditation may alter gut microbes for better health Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine (China), January 16, 2023 Regular deep meditation, practiced for several years, may help to regulate the gut microbiome and potentially lower the risks of physical and mental ill health, finds a small comparative study published in the open access journal General Psychiatry. The gut microbes found in a group of Tibetan Buddhist monks differed substantially from those of their secular neighbors, and have been linked to a lower risk of anxiety, depression, and cardiovascular disease. Research shows that the gut microbiome can affect mood and behavior through the gut–brain axis. This includes the body's immune response, hormonal signaling, stress response and the vagus nerve—the main component of the parasympathetic nervous system, which oversees an array of crucial bodily functions. The significance of the group and specimen design is that these deep-thinking Tibetan monks can serve as representatives of some deeper meditations. Although the number of samples is small, they are rare because of their geographical location. The researchers analyzed the stool and blood samples of 37 Tibetan Buddhist monks from three temples and 19 secular residents in the neighboring areas. None of the participants had used agents that can alter the volume and diversity of gut microbes: antibiotics; probiotics; prebiotics; or antifungal drugs in the preceding 3 months. Sample analysis revealed significant differences in the diversity and volume of microbes between the monks and their neighbors.”Collectively, several bacteria enriched in the meditation group [have been] associated with the alleviation of mental illness, suggesting that meditation can influence certain bacteria that may have a role in mental health,” write the researchers. These include Prevotella, Bacteroidetes, Megamonas and Faecalibacterium species, the previously published research suggests. Finally, blood sample analysis showed that levels of agents associated with a heightened risk of cardiovascular disease, including total cholesterol and apolipoprotein B, were significantly lower in the monks than in their secular neighbors by their functional analysis with the gut microbes. (NEXT) Curcumin/Boswellia shows promise in chronic kidney disease Baylor University, January 14, 2023. The Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine reports the finding of researchers at Baylor University of a reduction in a marker of inflammation among chronic kidney disease patients given a combination of Curcuma longa (curcumin) and Boswellia serrata. The study included sixteen individuals receiving standard care for chronic kidney disease who were not undergoing dialysis. Participants were randomized to receive capsules containing curcumin from turmeric extract plus Boswellia serrata, or a placebo for eight weeks. Blood samples collected before and after treatment were analyzed for plasma interleukin-6 (IL-6), tumor necrosis factor alpha (markers of inflammation), and the endogenous antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase, as well as serum C-reactive protein (CRP, another marker of inflammation.) Blood test results from the beginning of the study revealed increased inflammation and reduced glutathione peroxide levels. At the study's conclusion, participants who received curcumin and Boswellia serrata experienced a reduction in interleukin-6 in comparison with pretreatment values, indicating decreased inflammation, while IL-6 values rose among those who received a placebo. In their discussion of the findings, the authors remark that curcumin and Boswellia serrata have been separately shown to lower interleukin-6 via inhibition of the nuclear factor kappa beta and mitogen activated protein kinase (MAPK) signaling pathways.
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Sin miedo a decir lo que se tiene que decir, el nene de Puerto Rico, Harold Velazquez, conversa junto a “CARLA IN DA HOUSE” cómo podemos aportar a la sociedad un mensaje que influencie positivamente a través de la música urbana. “XmiPR”, es una canción grabada en colaboración con la Policia Nacional de Puerto Rico con el objetivo de llevar un mensaje que motive a la gente a no sólo ver las malas noticias del país, sino motivar a los Boricuas (y Latinoamérica) a la unión y dejar claro que un país sin Dios no puede evolucionar. Disfruta nuestros mejores contenidos aquí: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/carlaindahouseoficial/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Carlaindahouseoficial Si te gusta leer; aquí tienes: https://bit.ly/CIDHArtículos Si lo tuyo es ver videos, vente: https://bit.ly/CIDHvideos
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We're doomscrolling straight to hell in this one bros. We've got our guy, comedian Jake Velazquez, in studio because he's an expert on the subject and not because Max and Ben were having lunch with him before this and wanted to extend the hang. We spend an egregious amount of time trying to define doomscrolling but we get there don't worry. It's when you get sad reading the news and then it ruins your life. Consuming this podcast episode is the cure. Please support the show and our hosts! We Were Had Podcast instagram.com/wewerehad Mae Planert instagram.com/mae_planert Max Spinelli instagram.com/maxagazillion Ben Kirschenbaum instagram.com/benkirschenbaum --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wewerehad/support
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In this special episode of From Survivor to Thriver, we had the honor of sitting down with Andrew Velazquez to talk about his journey as a member of the LGBTQ+ community and how he uses his experience as someone who has suffered from trauma and thoughts of suicide to help others in a similar position. He recently released his book, “Amore es Arte | Arte es Amore. Love is Art | Art is Love” with a goal to be a source of positivity and light to all. Andrew Velazquez is a born and bred Angeleno who always knew he was meant for a life in beauty. He is the founder of Love is Art, Art is Love cosmetics and a finalist on American Beauty Star. In a star-studded career, Andrew has worked as a makeup artist with major celebrities, from Lady Gaga to RuPaul to Demi Levato, along with countless others on major film, TV and music video productions. Growing up in Boyle Heights on the eastside of Los Angeles, in the closet and raised in a macho environment, he turned to his faith in God and the support of his mother, who encouraged him to attend the Los Angeles Music and Art School. After earning his G.E.D., he attended LA Trade Tech at the age of 16 and graduated with a degree in Fashion Merchandising. Shortly thereafter, he attended cosmetology school at West Valley Occupational Center, graduating with honors and receiving his license. While rising through the ranks of MAC and Anastasia Beverly Hills, he built a loyal following in film, TV, music and fashion before being selected for American Beauty Star and launching his own cosmetics line. Andrew currently lives with his dogs and husband Johnny Debut in Orlando, Florida. In today's episode we cover: How trauma transformed Andrew Taking control of your own power The impact of our wordsChoosing positivity and lightHow Andrew grounds himself when he is feeling anxietyThe healing power of animalsWhat's happening now within the LGBTQ+ communityThe importance of vulnerability among menThe impact of music and the artsMentorshipWe hope you enjoyed our conversation with Andrew. If you want to hear more from her, make sure to follow him on Instagram and get your hands on a copy of his new book here. Thanks again for tuning in. We are so grateful to each and every one of you. Please remember to leave a rating and review of our show. It helps us grow and reach those who need it. Also, make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Links: Get Andrew's bookFollow Andrew on InstagramCheck out Andrew's websiteFollow us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramFollow us on TikTokGet in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org“Positivity can win. It can always be the light at the end of the dark tunnel.” -Andrew“Animals are really great healers.” -Erik“We don't find our partners often until we are comfortable in our own skin.” -Marc
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We sat down with Victor Velazquez who is the Founder of Natural State Title and we discuss his journey to being sober, his battles with addiction and his triumphs in opening the first Latino owned title company in Arkansas.
Do feeds showing picture-perfect rooms make you second-guess your abilities to make changes in your own home? Everywhere we turn, someone is trying to show or outpace the latest trend, and soon we'll start hearing about 2023 Color Of The Year. I want to invite you to leave all that behind and start looking at your surroundings with a more holistic approach, one with intention, a deep sense of self awareness, and based on a vision of the type of home-life you seek. My guest is Jessica Velazquez who is an interior Designer, a firm believer that our well-being is inseparable from our environment, and host of her Instagram live show, My Very First Home.-------------------------------Links Discussed in This EpisodeOrder a Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living and Parenting with SimplicityConnect with Jessica:InstagramShow Notes for EP253: A Holistic Approach to Home DesignEnjoy this Podcast?Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With SimplicityQuestions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher.Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.If you enjoyed today's episode of the Minimalist Moms Podcast, then hit subscribe and share it with your friends!Episode Sponsored By: Storyworth | Help your family share their story this holiday season with StoryWorth. Go to StoryWorth.com/minimalist today and save $10 on your first purchase!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/minimalist-moms-podcast2093/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
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There's nothing like walking into our homes and feeling like they're truly ours, and that in every nook and cranny, our identities are apparent. We all have unique personalities, quirks, stories and styles, but so many of us don't see those things reflected in our spaces, and that affects our wellbeing. How do we bring our stories and lifestyles into how we arrange and decorate our homes? Can we take control of the clutter so that we feel calm in our spaces? In this episode, certified Interior Designer and an entrepreneur, Jessica Velazquez talks about how to catapult your inner designer and decorate our homes with confidence. For a home to be inspiring, it doesn't have to be perfect, look like a furniture store or an Instagram influencer's home. It's a house where you walk in and you can see who lives there. -Jessica Velazquez 3 Things You'll Learn in This Episode Why it's possible to have impostor syndrome when it comes to our homesHow do we build our confidence to decorate our homes the way we want? How to deal with clutterWhen we have young children, we often feel like there's no point decorating because the house will get messy anyway. Can we change this? Why there's no such thing as a one size fits all room designWhy do we have to stop trying to decorate to a specific style and use our lifestyles as the departure point of decorating our homes instead? Guest Bio Jessica Velazquez is a certified Interior Designer and an entrepreneur. After graduating in Toronto, she worked in Panama combining design and real estate. In Canada, she founded Interiors by Jessica and uses her innovative Threefold Design Map to help her clients and students strategize their dreams, beat decor fatigue, and avoid budget regrets. As a firm believer that our well-being is inseparable from our environment, Jessica created “The 9 Limiting Beliefs Sabotaging Our Home-Dreams” and leads the virtual movement Self-Care Begins At Home. She is on a mission to empower others to design spaces that take care of us and set us up for success. For more information, head to https://www.pinstoreality.com and follow @interiors_by_jessica on Instagram.
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Lindsey and Robert cover civil and criminal opinions from November. This podcast is supported by Ascension Global Staffing & Executive Search.Civil OpinionsEnriquez v. Velazquez, 5th DCA (family law; paternity). Wharran v. Morgan, 2d DCA (discovery; privacy rights).Harris v. Plapp, 1st DCA (proposals for settlement).Criminal Opinions (begin at 20:48)State v. Richmond, 1st DCA (medical records in criminal proceedings).Somers v. United States, FL. S. Ct. (ACCA).Edwards v. State, 1st DCA (stand-your-ground immunity).State v. Hall, 2d DCA (plea agreements).Martin v. State, 1st DCA (preservation; proffer). *Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational purposes only and is not an advertisement for legal services. The information provided in this podcast is not intended to be legal advice. You should not rely on what you hear on this podcast as legal advice. If you have a legal issue, please contact a lawyer. The views and opinion expressed by the hosts and guests are solely those of the individuals and do not represent the views or opinions of the firms or organizations with which they are affiliated or the views or opinions of this podcast's advertisers. This podcast is available for private, non-commercial use only. Any editing, reproduction, or redistribution of this podcast for commercial use or monetary gain without the expressed, written consent of the podcast's creator is prohibited.
On October 14, two activists, Phoebe Plummer and Anna Holland, walked into the National Gallery in London and threw a can of tomato soup on Van Gogh's Sunflowers while wearing shirts that read JUST STOP OIL. The action was part of a larger cycle of disruptive occupations and direct action by environmentalists in the UK, demanding dramatic action to cut fossil fuels in the face of climate change—but the Van Gogh soup attack by far drew the most media attention. Indeed, the tactic of using attacks on artworks to get their message out has caught on with campaigners this year, with environmentalists in at least half a dozen countries making headlines with spectacular actions in museums—gluing themselves to famous pieces, spray-painting the walls around them, or throwing food at artworks. These actions have, in turn, touched off a fierce debate among observers and activists alike about the art-attack tactic. Is it the kind of desperate move needed to shock the public into action when nothing else seems to work? Or do the actions repel otherwise sympathetic observers, isolating a movement that needs to scale up dramatically? London-based art journalist Farah Nayeri is a frequent contributor to the New York Times, and the author of the recent book Takedown: Art and Power in the Digital Age, which looks at how the digitally empowered activism of the last ten years has changed what the public expects from a museum. In an essay for Artnet News responding to these new museum actions, she wrote about the long history of vandalizing art for a cause, from suffragette Mary Richardson slashing Velazquez's Rokeby Venus more than a century ago, to protests within British museums against oil giant BP's sponsorship over the last decade. This week, Artnet News's national art critic Ben Davis spoke to Nayeri about this history, and what the stakes of the new protests truly are.
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In this episode, Jessica and I discuss the unique design code every person has and how your home environment has an impact on your day to day. Jessica Velazquez is an Interior Designer, the creator of “The 9 Limiting Beliefs Sabotaging Our Home-Dreams” and the host of My First Home in Canada – a virtual event designed to empower attendees with the tools they need to overcome today's homeownership challenges in Canada. She also leads the virtual movement #selfcarebeginsathome, which gathers experts in the self-wellness industry to provide transformative insight into how to create a home that takes care of us and sets us up for success. Through her coaching service, Interiors by Jessica, she helps her clients put together a plan that aligns with their vision and budget before spending any money, eradicating remodeler's remorse. Enhancing each client's unique home space to manifest and truly support their authentic lifestyle and personal taste is her mission. She believes that because our well-being is inseparable from our environment, improving our surroundings is a duty we owe to ourselves. Her innovative Design Pillars empower each client to take action, refine their intentions and strategize their dreams, beating decor fatigue and avoiding budget regrets. Connect with Jessica: interiorsbyjessica.ca Instagram @interiors_by_jessica. www.alysialyons.com Connect with Alysia: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/momsupportcoach/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/momsupportcoach Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/momsupportcoach/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/momsupportcoach/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momsupportcoach/support
Do you know that it's possible to build a 7 figure business that celebrates your Latina roots? Do you want to know how? In this episode, Latina mom, former musician, and beauty industry disruptor Sandra Velazquez shares how she built the culturally driven million dollar beauty brand Nopalera. Join us as we talk about her journey building Nopalera and her best tips on how you can build and grow your business. So grab a pen and paper. Plus, we'll talk about how she's raising a bilingual teen, her best money tip, and her unconventional Hispanic home remedy that keeps her going. Asi que no te lo pierdas! EP 439 SHOW NOTES Connect with Today's Guest Sandra Velazquez You can connect with "Tacos" on Instagram @nopalera.co You can connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nopalera.co For Product Info: https://nopalera.co/ Empower Yourself: HOW TO RAISE A BILINGUAL SPANISH CHILD ONLINE COURSE Shop: Get 25% Off your first Mi Legasi Shop purchase with code: POD25 Let's Connect: Janny on Instagram: https://instagram.com/milegasi The Latina Mom Legacy on Instagram https://instagram.com/thelatinamomlegacy Facebook: https://facebook.com/milegasi Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/milegasi TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mi_legasi Chisme: Join La Lista our Newsletter at Milegasi.com and always be in the know. Hey! Send me a DM on IG and tell me what you think about the show or use #thelatinamomlegacy so I know you're a mamamiga :) XOXO Janny --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelatinamomlegacy/support
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Victoria Velazquez joins Matt Lionetti and The Broke Agent to discuss how she went from zero to $71 million in sales in her first five years, the anxiety she felt and how she dealt with it, and why she hosts neighbors-only open houses. 55,000+ agents choose BoomTown over any other competitor to make success easy. The best CRM in the game. Learn more about BoomTown and get equipped with all the tools you need. Try BoomTown now: https://bit.ly/BoomTownROI Matt Lionetti: https://www.instagram.com/matt.lionetti/ The Broke Agent: https://www.instagram.com/thebrokeagent/ Victoria Velazquez: https://www.instagram.com/victoriavelazquez/ Listen and Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/over-ask/id1547905792 Timestamps: 00:00–00:24 Intro 04:05 What did you do in those first two months? 05:38 How did you choose your brokerage starting out? 11:19 What were your nerves like during that? 18:40 Moving to The Agency 19:37 How are you generating leads right now? 23:29 How do you make connections with vendors, clients, etc? 26:55 What are you spending money on in your RE business? 28:27 Neighbors-only open houses 31:55 What do you hate in this business? 38:50 Dealing with unwanted feelings 42:48 Working with friends—risks and advantages 52:05 The time it takes to give an accurate CMA & Ricky Caruth's IG comments #newrealestateagent #leadgeneration #realestatepodcast
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MLB free agency remains stagnant, the Hall of Fame releases an unimpressive 2023 ballot, and Alek Manoah is not making friends during the holidays. But Reno Aces manager Gil Velazquez stops by to cheer us up and tell us a bit more about the future stars of the D-backs organization. BUY D-BACKS TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1410622/10874 SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube: https://bit.ly/phnx_youtube ALL THINGS PHNX: http://linktr.ee/phnxsports PHNX: Stock up for the holidays! Check out the PHNX Locker on Black Friday. Save up to 90% off everything. And when you spend $75 dollars, get a $15 gift card. Mob on over to https://phnxlocker.com/ DraftKings: Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app now (https://bit.ly/3Jl1dMX), use promo code PHNX and make your first deposit of FIVE DOLLARS and get TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS in FREE BETS INSTANTLY! For every leg you add you can boost your winnings up to ONE HUNDRED percent! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. OGeez!: Enter the “Flavoring Life” sweepstakes. One winner will receive 3 bags of OGeez, an OGeez! Hat, a PHNX shirt of your choice, and a PHNX annual membership. Sign up at gophnx.com or visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfIplqDYsxYeiotn5Zc6hRahaX0a5qG99eHVzkhOlGZDRdgUA/viewform. Must be 21 years or older to purchase. Four Peaks: We are teaming up with Four Peaks to host all US and Mexico World Cup matches at their 8th Street Pub. Enjoy beer specials, giveaways, guest appearances, and more while watching on their 22' jumbo screen. Click here to register for free: https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/phnx-2022-world-cup-watch-parties-1329339 Enter to win the “Toast of the Month” sweepstakes to win a $50 Four Peaks gift card, a PHNX shirt of your choice, and a PHNX annual membership. Go to goPHNX.Com or visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfOabxo8KQxOWwn9wTilMBuTMAJdrL0CaH9lzfuJqgKN9vfSg/viewform Must be 21 or older. Enjoy responsibly. Bad Birdie: use code “BadBirdiePHNX” to take 15% off your next Bad Birdie order! https://glnk.io/7qnq/phnx-sports Mor Furniture: Sit in the same seats we do! Check out https://morfurniture.com Underdog Fantasy: Sign up for Underdog Fantasy today! Go to the link https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-phnx and use promo code “PHNX” to receive a deposit match up to $100 Liquid Death: Get free shipping on all water and merch at https://LiquidDeath.com/PHNX FOCO: FOCO has you covered with the best Arizona Merchandise. Head on over to foco.com. For all non pre-sale items use the promo code “PHNX” for 10% off When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Julio explica de manera fácil y oportuna el empleo de servicios en la nube desde una perspectiva fresca, objetiva e interesante.
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Con Miguel Chavez como invitado nos platica de donde salieron los Administeriales, ¿Cómo tener exito en redes?, ¿Cómo ser un Administerial?
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Toyota y su Prius 2023, Quieren la CDMX sin autos a gasolina para 2050, Estrenamos seccion de Tecnología y hablamos de Inteligencia Artificial.
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Suzuki presenta su "nueva" Ertiga 2023, Adiós a la verificación mecánica, Porsche produce 1 millon de Taycan, Beat se va de Latinoamérica
OSCAR VELAZQUEZ's Official Podcast
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast goes into the state of equipment management in golf with guest host Hector Velazquez (@HectorsShop on Twitter) chatting with Howard Whitcomb. Both have long histories working as equipment managers on golf courses, and both have found alternate paths following their days working in the industry. This episode features their conversation, along with a brief interview with Velazquez, who is serving as the first guest host of the GCSAA Podcast.The GCSAA Podcast is presented in partnership with Envu.
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¿Cómo terminamos en el podcast numero 1 de autos en México?, Los autos que hemos manejado.
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Aveo HB en México, El Admin desde Las Vegas en SEMA SHOW, Formula 1 Gran Premio de México.
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Break a bottle of bubbly beverage over the hull, because today, Pep Talks is launching the very first installment of..."Elisabeth Condon Describes a Painting!" In this episode, Elisabeth chose to describe Jules Olitski's "Wanderings, Bilbao: Orange Yellow and Blue" acrylic on canvas painting from 2004. She recently saw the painting at The Sam and Adele Golden Gallery in New Berlin, NY, in "Jules Olitski: Late Works." The show is up until March 2023 and another concurrent show of his works is also up at Yares Gallery in New York. It was an honor to have Elisabeth's wild and wonderful way of looking at painting on the pod. Tune in to hear me giggling helplessly for the entire show. Thank you, Elisabeth! Check out an image of the painting here: https://www.juxtapoz.com/media/k2/galleries/71162/Wanderings_Bilbao.jpg Jules Olitski Exhibition info: "Jules Olitski: Late Works" thru March 3, 2023 at The Sam and Adele Golden Gallery, 188 Bell Road, New Berlin, NY "Jules Olitski: 100 Paintings, 100 Years" thru Jan 14, 2023 at Yares Art, 745 5th Ave, 4th Floor, New York, NY Juxtapose Magazine: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/painting/jules-olitski-late-works-the-sagg-at-golden-artist-colors-in-new-berlin-new-york/ Elisabeth Condon info: Website: https://www.elisabethcondon.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/elisabethcondon/ Norte Maar Mural: https://www.nortemaar.org/projects/norte-maar-mural-project The Golden Foundation Artist Residency: https://www.goldenfoundation.org/residency/about-the-golden-foundation-residency/ Shoutouts: Suminagashi marbling technique, Kemper Museum, Writer: Louis Finkelstein, Writer: Karen Wilkin, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet, Rembrandt's "Self-Portrait" 1658, Velazquez, Man Ray, Hilma Af Klint, Paula Wilson, The Surrealists, Charles Burchfield, Cezanne, Magna Paints, Helen Frankenthaler, Willem DeKooning, Elizabeth Murray, Writer: Norman L. Kleeblat, Eugene Delacroix, The Journal of Eugene Delacroix, Writer: G. K. Chesterton, Meryl Streep, NYC Crit Club, Golden Fellows: Meng-Yu Wen & Marcello Pope, Kohler Residency, Corning Residency, Shari Mendleson, Karl Kelly, Carl Plansky & Williamsburg Paint, Milton Resnick, Pat Passlof, Kiana Vega, Estefania Velez Rodriguez, Angel Garcia, Paulapart ---------------------------- Pep Talks on IG: @peptalksforartists Amy's website: https://www.amytalluto.com/ Amy on IG: @talluts Donate to the Peps: Buy Me a Coffee or https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support. All music tracks and SFX are licensed from Soundstripe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support
My guest today is Dr. Phil Vahey, the Director of Applied Learning Sciences at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, or HMH. Prior to this role, he was the director of mathematics learning environments at SRI International's Center for Learning Technologies. There he researched the use of dynamic technologies to help students learn difficult math concepts for over 20 years. If you've ever taught preschool children, you might be familiar with early math with Gracie and friends, or early science with Miko and Nora. Phil had a hand in creating both of these curricula and apps designed to support early mathematics and science learning. Here are two key things that emerge in this conversation that I think are worth paying close attention to. First, Phil talks about how he made his decision to go directly to a research institute out of graduate school. Second, we discuss the different ways we can think about “making an impact” as a learning scientist. We also discuss the challenges that arise when you work in interdisciplinary teams – even when you, a priori, seem to have shared goals and language about the problems you want to address. We get to hear about the messy “behind the scenes” problem solving that is necessarily a part of what it means to work on hard problems, and talk about the design tradeoffs you make as a result alleviating those tensions. This is a particularly fascinating conversation for those of you who are interested in educational technologies and pursuing a career outside of academia. As always, email us with your comments and questions. The source materials will be linked in the episode description. Our email is HumansLSpod@gmail.com. Works Discussed Vahey, P. J., Reider, D., Orr, J., Lewis Presser, A., & Dominguez, X. (2018). The Evidence Based Curriculum Design Framework: Leveraging Diverse Perspectives in the Design Process. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 9(1), 135–148. https://doi.org/10.14434/ijdl.v9i1.23080 Vahey, P., Knudsen, J., Rafanan, K., & Lara-Meloy, T. (2013). Curricular Activity Systems Supporting the Use of Dynamic Representations to Foster Students' Deep Understanding of Mathematics. In C. Mouza & N. Lavigne (Eds.), Emerging Technologies for the Classroom: A Learning Sciences Perspective (pp. 15–30). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-4696-5_2 Zahner, W., Velazquez, G., Moschkovich, J., Vahey, P., & Lara-Meloy, T. (2012). Mathematics teaching practices with technology that support conceptual understanding for Latino/a students. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 31(4), 431–446. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmathb.2012.06.002
OSCAR VELAZQUEZ's Official Podcast
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JJ Velazquez spent more than 23 years incarcerated for a crime he didn't commit. Now, a year after his release, he is on staff with the Frederick Douglass Project for Justice, working to enhance the dignity of individuals in the criminal justice system. In this episode, JJ joins Ty Spells to discuss how he is turning his “trauma into triumph.”Host for this Episode: Ty SpellsGuest: JJ Velazquez, Frederick Douglass Project for JusticeProduced by Stand Together and BitterSweet CreativeExecutive Producers: Obiekwe "Obi" Okolo and Robert WinshipEditing, Engineering, and Sound Design: Robert WinshipSpecial Thanks to Producers: Molly Ringel and Elgin CatoAbout Stand TogetherStand Together is a philanthropic community. We help America's boldest changemakers tackle the root causes of our country's biggest problems. Our partners transform their results by accessing our capabilities including funding, tapping into our unique network including Fortune 500 CEOs, civil rights leaders, and hundreds of nonprofit leaders, and utilizing our playbook for applying principles that are proven to help people thrive. Together, we are driving solutions on economic opportunity, education, health care, bridging partisan divides, and dozens of other pressing issues.About Stand Together Foundation and the Catalyst ProgramStand Together Foundation is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty in America by driving change from within communities. We are building a community of social entrepreneurs who believe in people, work from the bottom up, and unite with anyone to do right. Since 2016, we have committed over $120 million and counting to fuel the innovation of nonprofits throughout the country to build stronger, safer communities where all people can learn, contribute, and realize their full potential. Our goal is to help nonprofit leaders maximize their impact to transform more lives out of poverty.Subscribe so you never miss a new episode! https://standtogetherfoundation.org/podcast You'll leave each episode with fresh stories, ideas, and advice to shape your own perspective and daily work. Discover the difference you can make when we Stand Together.
Retired agent Anthony "Tony" Velazquez reviews a police corruption case involving three anti-drug police officers and a US Customs inspector who used their law enforcement positions to steal drugs and cash from drug traffickers operating along Miami area smuggling routes. During Tony's 1996 undercover operation, officers from the Hallandale Police Department in Florida accepted bribes to protect undercover agents who posed as drug traffickers and a Customs inspector accepted bribes to facilitate clearances through customs. Tony Velazquez served in the FBI for 24 years. Check out episode show notes, photos, and related articles. https://jerriwilliams.com/271-anthony-velazquez-miami-police-and-customs-inspector-corruption/ Buy me a coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JerriWilliams Join my Reader Team to get the FBI Reading Resource - Books about the FBI, written by FBI agents, the 20 clichés about the FBI Reality Checklist, and keep up to date on the FBI in books, TV, and movies via my monthly email. Join here. http://eepurl.com/dzCCmL Check out my FBI books, non-fiction and crime fiction, available as audiobooks, ebooks and paperbacks wherever books are sold. https://jerriwilliams.com/books/
The first guest ever, comedian Jake Velazquez (Do Less podcast) comes back to discuss one of the most controversial figures in American history: the 7th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson.
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This week we sit down and discuss Strength Training, Nutrition, Strategy, and Mindset with Pre and Post-Natal specialist Cynthia Velazquez. Cynthia has transitioned from Crossfitter to Personal Trainer to Doula and her new “Built For Birthing “ program helps women through a healthy and successful birth and beyond. This is a must-listen for anyone who is, has, or may in the future go through this experience, or anyone looking to help others in this field. Enjoy and please place any questions in the comments section below.Connect with Cynthia, Piet, and PharosCynthia's InstagramCynthia's WebsitePiet's InstagramEmylee's InstagramPharos InstagramPharos Mountain Lodge InstagramWebsiteSign Up HereWelcome to the Pharos Fit Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe wherever you are listening to this show and if you loved this show please leave us a 5-star review in the iTunes store. It is the currency of podcasts and it goes along in helping us grow our show and impart our values for anyone who wants to live every day reaching for their absolute best self.If you are in Los Angeles swing by our gym at 1316 Glendale Blvd in Echo Park.Check out our website here for class times and follow us on Instagram for more fitness-related content Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Did you know that the herbicide glyphosate can cross the blood-brain barrier, resulting in an increase of neuro-inflammation? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Ramon Velazquez, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the School of Life Sciences, and Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center at the Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University. Velaquez discusses his new published research on the effects of glyphosate on the brains of mice, showing that it may increase the risk of neurodegenerative disorders. “Glyphosate infiltrates the brain and increases pro-inflammatory cytokine TNFα: implications for neurodegenerative disorders.” https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35897073/ He also discusses the role of choline in cognitive health and how it may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's Disease.Related website: https://velazquezlab-asu.github.io/index.html
Locked On Angels - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Angels
The Los Angeles Angels were swept by the Cleveland Guardians on Wednesday, and another losing season is in the books. While it's a disappointing result, there were some positives to find in this game, including Patrick Sandoval's start and Mickey Moniak's home run, and Mike and Jon will help you cope with the loss and what to look forward to from some of our strong players. Then, we take a look at the news about Andrew Velazquez's knee injury and discuss the decision to bat exclusively right-handed. How have the results been so far? We'll share our thoughts and if it adds value to Squid's place on the roster! Plus, we pull our best Marvel and discuss 3 "What If?" scenarios! What if Taylor Ward hadn't gotten hurt? What if Anthony Rendon played a full season? What if Joe Maddon stayed the manager? We'll discuss each and how it might've changed the Angels' season! GET IN OUR VOICEMAIL! CALL US: (714) 409-6396 Tell us what's on your mind! Give us a follow @LockedOnAngels on Twitter and for the best Angels memes around, connect with us on Instagram and Twitter @SuperHaloBros! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. BlueChew Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code LOCKEDON at BlueChew.com, - just pay $5 shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Teacher Career Coach Podcast
In this episode, I speak with former school counselor, Lizette Velazquez, about her transition out of the school system and how she leveraged her experience into a new career. Free Quiz: What career outside of the classroom is right for you? Explore the course that has helped thousands of teachers successfully transition out of the classroom and into new careers: The Teacher Career Coach Course Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adrienne Velazquez is The Seven Figure Boss, using personalized coaching strategies to teach entrepreneurs how to reach their fullest potential on the road to success. The Seven Figure Boss helps aspiring entrepreneurs overcome self-limiting barriers that have created fear, anxiety, and self-doubt, replacing them with the confidence to grow your business in a way that will create generational wealth and longevity. With her signature Step By Step How-To System, Adrienne will train you on how to generate a Six Figure+ income, simply by doing what you love. You'll learn to work less AND make more, as you ultimately gain the ability to design your own paycheck with complete flexibility.